Wayne Tretsven pledged to Alpha Gamma Rho, from The Independent Record (Helena, MT), 3 Oct 1934
made highways, petroleum office, especially, to on the the Carl 733 MEN PLEDGED BY STATE COLLEGE GREEK SOCIETIES wells under Re- by out mining the miles wants this State the each owners required B o z e m a n , Oct. 2.--After five day of strenuous "rushing." the seve men's Greek letter social fratern ties completed pledging of 133 Â«tu dents Into their organizations. Omega Beta led the others 1 numbers pledged w i t h 23: Slgm Chi and Kappa Sigma tied for sec ond with 21. Sigma Alpha Epsiloi was next w i t h 20, then cam Lambda Chi Alpha with 19, Alpha Gamma Rho n i t h 16 u n d Pi Kappa Alpha with 13. The fraternities and their pledge: are as follows: Omega JJÂ«tji-- John Ballas, Deoi Lodge, Charles Olll, Deer Lodge Vic Callantine, M a n h a t t a n ; Dan Raymond, Sheridan; Ed Burkland Butte; Avcry C o n k l l n , Butte. Kendrick Kendrick Taylor, Willow Creek; Cleve- Loveland. Butte; Menace Kleve Helena; Carl Wlnberg, Butte; Ray Woodward, Willow Creek. Dee Lockerage, Helena; Bill Hawks Logan; Bert M a r t i n , Hsrlowton, Gordon Fredericks, Billings; Howard Howard Woodward, Cavern, Roy Hamm. Fort Benton, Graver Schmidt. Fort Benton; Wilford Johnson, Hall; Fred Gelslck, Billings; Sam Mai- nick. Billings: Lawience Andrews, Wllllston, N. D., and Hubert Jacobson, Jacobson, WDHston. Kappa Sigma -- Ennla Allison, Mrs. E. visl vis- his Llnce. rery 111 spent par- Best and relives home hero vis- Kelley Llnce Lodge mine Llnd- Tuesday Billings; Harold Brubaker, Terry; Virgil Chamberlain, Great Falls, Lysle Chestnut!, Helena; Ed Fearn, Bozeman; Charles Gorsich, Klein: Archie Henderson, D r u m m o n d , Alexander Alexander Hill, Harlowlon; Willard Hurdle, Billings; Charles Kuhnert, New York City; Anders Olneen, Butte; Elliott Perkins, Bozeman; Joe RItchell, D i l l o n ; Roy Stewart, Miles City. Roy Thokerud, Dutton, Wayne Thompson, Bozeman; Francis Francis Whitaker, Bozeman. Bill White, Kallspell; Stephen Wllley, Great Falls, Kelso Davis, Bozeman, and Ralph Cook, Butte. a Clil--Elwood Ralley, Bozeman, Bozeman, John Buzzettl, H a r d l n , James Conant, Bozeman; Bob Alexander, Hamilton; Charles Turner, Bozeman; Bozeman; Bob Lewis, Manhattan; Mer- rll Miller, C o l u m b u s ; Ralph Slme, M a n h a t t a n , Jack Phillips, Helena; Jim M c A r t h u r , R o u n d u p ; Charles Crane, Bozeman; Bob Sproul, R o u n d u p : Jim Dakln, Great Falls; Bill Hutchlnson, Great Falls; Lawrence Lawrence Mayer, Helena: Clayton Allard, Allard, Billings; David Vaughan, Bozeman; Kermlt Daniels, Great Falls, Dick Draper, Red Lodge; Charles Jealneac, Miles City, and Paul Wagner, Miles City. Sigma Alplin Epsllon--Howard Dlssey, Lewlstown; Bud Roberts, Butte; Newell Wilder, Lowlstown; Bob Crowley, Doze-man, Norman Murray, Helena; Jack Richardson, Bozeman. Owen M u r p h y , Oroat Falls; George C l l n u , Bozoman; George Star'ch, Oreat Falls, Robert Wlllett. Great Falls; Edward Caddell, Caddell, Ennls; Francis Corbin, Whitehall; Whitehall; Kdward Exurn, Dillon; Boh Wlttmeler, Stanford; Paul Harrcr, Belgrade; Leonard Taylor, Chinook; Chinook; Bill Ottcn, Lcwintown; Leighton Leighton Gait, Stanford; Edgar Brown, Jefferson City, and BUI Graff, Billings. Billings. JjunMa Chi Alpha---Keith Lln- thacum, Hardln; John Woodward, Glendlve; Art Soare. Glendlve: roll O'nourke. Bozeman; Dick ner, Bozeman, .Melvin Beck, Dee Lodge, Edgar Foster, Deer Lodge Grant Cline, Slmms; Gerald B hlmer. Fort Benton; Frank David son, Lambert; Ronald Sanderson Sidney; Howard Llndenmeye Tern . Tom Sellc, Miles City; A b b o t t , Conrad; Tom Conrad. Harold Schatz, Ballantlne Harold Hoot, Denton: Henry Ellis Bozeman, and Ray Logan, Boze man. Alpha Gamma Rho -- Bernar Mlkel, Geraldlne; Robert Kellogg Big Timber; Donald Lammers Hedgesvllle; Carroll Munsoa, Ke ley; Dick Hanson. Cardwell; Ken neth Harmon. Dutton; John Greer Slmms, Glen Guidlnger, Coffe Creek: Stephen Urea, Coffee Creek Wayne Tretsven, Bozeman; William Meeks, Fort Benton; Roy Huff man, Hlghwood; William Forsyth Kallspell; Maurice Zimmerman Moccasiu; Dallas Ferry, Moccasin and William Bernler, Augusta. PI Kappa Alpha--Melvln Strom berg, Chicago; Theodore Blngham Chicago: William Dell, Billings Hugh Jeffries, Livingston; John Sandlland, Bozeman; Edward Kcl ly, Helena; Vincent Sullivan, Butte Kenneth Bakkl. Waltham; SIdne Bagg. Saco; Chester Nielsen. LÂ«th bridge, Alberta; "Corky" Corklll White S u l p h u r Springs; mon, Anacondu, and John Ramboslc Eureka ST. IGNATIUS RAJfCHER IS DEAD OF INJURfES Poison, Oct. 2. -- ( f f ) -- Udall. rancher near St. Ignatius died In a hospital hero today from njurles sustained In a headon col Ision Involving the automobile In which he was riding and a truck driven by his son, Melvln Udall. Mrs. Udall, victim of the same rash, has slight chance for re- :overy. her physicians said. Donald Hutton, riding with the Udalls, has a broken shoulder Y o u n g Udall also Is suffering roken shoulder bone. Wolf Point--Excessive speed of wo cars was found by a coroner's ury here to have preceded a ter- Iflc headon collision resulting In he deaths of York S. Brom of 'aul, and Rudy Gelger, Fort Peck worker. Unnamed Fruit May Be Vegetable S a Man Who Grew Mlssoula, Oct. 2.--A new variety variety of f r u i t or vegetable has grown In Mlssoula by Charles Peters. It was produced on a tomato vine, Is the site of a large tomato, tomato, but yellow In color. It lacks seeds, and Its Inner structure Is more nolld than that of a tomato. tomato. Two of the specimens grew on the tomato vine, and they are on display In a window nf the Garden City Floral company. company.