Adelphi University - Oracle Yearbook (Garden City, NY)

 - Class of 1964

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ROBERT WIMMERS Pi Sigma Elllu'-ll lfllluilltll luillfll llhilllblllliil lllfil 'li-ll lill llill llill llffil 'Lil llill 'EIL i964 finds Pi Sigma in its seventeenth year as an organized fraternity on the Adelphi University campus. Each year finds the brothers of Pi Sigma adding valuable contributions to both the scho'ol and the community. ln making these contributions, Pi Sigma has 'set a goal of the highest standards for its brothers. These standards include the development of personality, scholarship and faithful duty to God, country and school. Since Pi Sigma's inception in i947, the brothers have rigorously adhered to these stand- ards, as our outstanding record will shovv. During five of the past sixteen years, Pi Sigma has held the silver cup for the fraternity with the highest scholastic average on campus. In addition, Pi Sigma has had many brothers active in all facets of campus life and stu- dent government including ollhcers of l.F.C., class presidents, co-chairman of Judicial Board, May Day committees and several varsity sports. SEATED-J. Dunne, T. Gagliardi, B. Schiavelli, T. Giglio, B. Wimmers, H, Beck, J. Magill, A. Kalbouss, E. Petrie. STANDING-A. Firsow, lvl. Znagahi, T. Grutzmacher, D. Seamon. 98

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Pi Lambda Phi ElL1llLTiIlL1llL1lllilll-TIlL1ll'-ill'-TllL1ll'-Tfllilllilllilllilll-1Ul:illl:iU "Pi Lambda Phi was founded at Yale University March 21, l895. The founders, a group of undergraduates of various faiths, conscious of the greed, aggression and bad feeling rampant in the world and sensing the need for greater understanding among men, "met to consider a college fraternity on lines broader and more liberal than those employed "at the time." C238 Baird's manuall So with an openmindness and farsightedness the founders set forth to organize a fraternity befitting a democratic society, a fraternity in which all men were brothers regardless of faith or color. Others recognizing the need of a non-sectarian fraternity soon swelled the ranks of Pi MARK RABIN Lambda Phi. Nine chapters were formed during the first year alone. After the initial growth, stringent entrance requirements such as faculty endorsement slowed down "Pilam's" rapid growth. On February l, 1941, Pi Lambda Phi and Phi Beta Delta united in a com- mon band to bring the number of chapters to 33. Now there is a total of 44 "active" chapters and lo "inactive" chapters of which Pi Lam is one. FRONT ROW-M. Dodell, B. Kauner, S. Firstenberg, B. Brown, M. scher, R. Saxon, B. Schwartz, M. Korman, S. Cohen, G. Bodner A Rabin, S. Bluth, P. Levine, H. Sessa, A. Berkman. SECOND ROW-S. Malat, M. Greenspan, L. Campanella. Haft, W. Rauscher, P. Heller, D. Weil, R. Jacobs, N. Pastel, R. Flei- 4i-.....Q 97



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'.-1'r'fr.f3,I, we-if ' M . z 1- - -, Tau Epsilon Phi M"ii'4ic 3' -'-'- ' ' vt' f-ez Q 't,,oj,PJ,'Q1! is l:' A i'hi'l-r1"t'i'hi Mt'i"n'b' Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity was founded in l9lO by ten students of Columbia University. The fraternity was formed with three major goals in mind: scholarship, brotherhood, and the development of pride and spirit towards our college. In addition to these three goals Tau Epsilon Phi has three ideals to which it dedicates itself. We must develop our minds and must seek truth for its own sake. All brothers are urged and encouraged to participate in our College athletic programs, be it Varsity sports or the intramural program. Finally, we must be loyal to our college and have the courage to carry out our goals and aims. ln carrying out the above ideals, we shall then and only then establish a harmony within ourselves, our fraternity, and our college. Alpha Kappa became a chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi in the Fall of TQ63. We were the first fraternity at Adelphi to associate with a National Fraternal Organization. ln keeping with our National policy, our pledging is an organized attempt to instill Brotherhood, maturity, and scholarship. Alpha Kappa seeks to aid and encourage all Brothers to maintain a high level of aca- demic achievement. ln the fall of l96l and i962 Adelphi College awarded Alpha Kappa Fraternity for obtaining the highest scholastic average on campus. MARK FREEDENBERG FRONT ROW-D. Kaplan, J. Grothman, R. Diehl, J. Freedman, J. Freed- Weinfeld, A. Kannon, S. Parks, M. Freedenberg, E. Birnbaum, G. So man, L. Herskhowitz. BACK ROW-J. Hazen, A. Stein, J. Kannon, E. lotkin, A. Segal, l. Mack,J. Kaplan. 3 'g7iii.:g:'Q4L.1i :KET iv?" ' . 3 -- M' -

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