1941 BGSU Key Yearbook

Mathematics Dept.

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From the Left: Anna N. Gryting, Harry R. Mathias, Dr F. C. Ogg, Morris Hendrickson. SITTING: Dr J. R. Overman.

Kappa Mu Epsilon

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BOTTOM ROW from the left: F. C. Ogg, Anna Gryting, Vera Welty, Darl Gatchell, Charles Rankowski, Charles Small, Vincent Immel.
SECOND ROW from the left: Harry Mathias, Robert Barnett, Ken Winslow, Robert Rice, Rex Moorhead, Darwin Mayfield, Richard Camp, Harry Young.

Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics society, granted a charter to the Bowling Green State University Mathematics Club in May, 1937, to form the Ohio Alpha chapter.

The purposes are to promote interest in mathematics, keep its members in touch with the latest trends in math theory, present information concerning mathematics in education, and to acquaint the members with other groups.

Students with satisfactory scholarship records who have taken, or are enrolled in, integral calculus are eligible to election to membership. Initiations are held twice a year, the first being at Homecoming to enable graduate members to participate.

Meetings are held semi-monthly, with programs consisting of papers on mathematical topics, followed by a recreational period. "Recreation" sometimes consists of solving mathematical puzzles.

Big Figures: Darl Gatchell, I president; Robert Barnett, vice-president; Vera Welty, secretary; Robert Rice, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Gryting, corresponding secretary; Dr. F. C. Ogg, advisor