L. Williams, H. Gould, L. Gray, K. Peterson, G. Peterson, W. Bolton, R. Krueger, J. Dennis, J. Townsend, R. Heiden, G. Heup
OFFICERS - President, John Gorn; vice-president, John Pray; secretary, Lloyd Miller; treasurer, Louis Hamele; historian, Leland Hess.
Theta Sigma Tau . . . the Sanford "boys" . . . face a situation that proves "history repeats itself." Two years ago they graduated one of their most outstanding groups of seniors. This year, with the class of '38, they are losing another such group.
One of the most remote of fraternity houses, Sanford has led or helped to lead practically every major event of the past year. The football team, the track team, the prom last year, the business managership of the College Days, and many more units.
Perhaps the most versatile of the Sanford leaders is John Gorn, president of the group for the last two years, who has touched upon practically every field of extra-curricular work the college has to offer. Hard working, industrious, Gorn has kept the house and its members striving and succeeding in maintaining the heights of the traditions of other Sanford men.
Sanford men will remember this year, and feel, too - the loss of such outstanding men as are represented in the senior class. Remaining underclassmen will be expected to successfully replace those who have to move on.
The campus will remember these leaders, too, not as those who strove to keep the name, Theta Sigma Tau, a representation of power in college activities, but as the actual representation of those same activities.