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Ue corgc aslim toii i mvcrsitj I jiLrarv Divisi ision x , L ' ’3 7 • C s A m 2 THE CHERRY TREE VOLUME 4 4 • 1941 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ANNE THOMAS, EDITOR FRED YOUNGBLOOD, MANAGER X N O ' s " x X V T ' Tm ? ' SI f L?- lies . ■ BEING A GRAPHIC RE- VIEW OF THE YEAR 1940-41 AT THE GEORGE WASH I NGTON UNIVERSITY IN WASH I N G- T 0 N, D. C. I I C- r ANY THINGS GO INTO THE MAKING OF A YEARBOOK— THINGS LIKE TYPEWRITER RIBBON AND RUBBER CEMENT, AND THINGS LIKE WORRY AND THOUGHT AND TIME AND ENERGY. BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS INSPIRATION. THE 1941 CHERRY TREE HAS HAD AS ITS INSPIRATION THE STUDENT BODY OF AN URBAN AND MODERN UNIVERSITY, A STUDENT BODY WHICH NEEDS— AND HAS DEMANDED— A YEARBOOK IN KEEPING WITH THE TEMPO OF THEIR LIVES. WE HAVE ATTEMPTED TO AN- SWER THEIR DEMANDS IN THIS BOOK, BUT WE HOPE THEY WILL REALIZE THAT IT IS BUT THE BEGINNING OF WHAT WE FEEL WILL BE A LONG LINE OF BETTER AND EVER MORE PRO- GRESSIVE BOOKS. I 15 ] mk CLOYD HECK MARVIN President of the University OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION CLOYD HECK MARVIN, Ph.D., LL.D President of the University HAROLD GRIFFITH SUTTON, M S. . Director of Admissions FRED EVERETT NESSELL, A B Registrar; Secretary of the Faculties JOHN RUSSELL MASON, B.S. in L S , A M Librarian CHARLES EDGAR MERRY, A B Business Manager HENRY WILLIAM HERZOG, B.S Comptroller MYRNA PAULINE SEDGWICK, A.B Administrative Secretary DANIEL LeRAY BORDEN, A M., M.D. . . Director of Health Administration ALAN THOMAS DIEBERT, A.M. Adviser to Students from Foreign Countries LESTER ALLAN SMITH, A.M Alumni Secretary JAMES HAROLD FOX Dean of the School of Education FREDERICK FEIKER Dean of the School of Engineering HENRY GRATTAN DOYLE Dean of Columbian College VINNIE GIFFEN BARROWS Director of Personnel Guidance WILLIAM C. JOHNSTONE Dean of Ihe Junior College ✓ ALTER A. BLOEDORN ROBERT V . BOLWELL Dean of the School Chairman of the Graduate of Medicine Council WILLIAM PAUL BRIGGS Dean of the School of Pharmacy MITCHELL DREESE Dean of the Summer Sessions ELMER LOUIS KAYSER Dean of University Students The rod of the old-time schoolmaster is broken forever, and a modern educator ' s ability is no longer judged by his skill with a ruler. Indeed to a university ' s faculty comes the privilege of developing a stu- dent ' s talents to the full and an opportunity to help him make the most of his possibilities for living a fuller and richer individual life. In this respect, the faculty of George Wash- ington University has brought much credit and honor to the college. Handling, as they do, all types of students from that most curious phenomenon on the campus — the freshman — to the sage and venerable senior, they must display a vastness of innate un- derstanding, sympathy, and knowledge of youth. These dispensers of wisdom serve in a multitude of other capacities — as per- sonal advisers to the students, as faculty advisers to the many campus organizations, and as active and enthusiastic participants in University activities. Whether address- ing a large group of students or engaging a few in conversation, the faculty has always shown its progressive attitude toward mod- ern youth and in such treatment has avoided one of the great evils of present-day insti- tutions — mass production. Right, officials at the ground- breaking ceremonies for the new auditorium. Front row, left to right: Mr. Leon Tobriner, Mr. Robert V. Fleming, Mrs. Joshua Evans, Jr., Dr. Luther H. Reichel- derfer, trustees; Mr. Charles Tompkins, builder; Mr. Joseph Toomey, superintendent of con- struction, and President Marvin. Back row, Dean Elmer Louis Kay- ser, Mr. Slocum Kingsbury, archi- tect; Secretary Harry C. Davis, of the Board of Trustees; Mr. Charles E. Merry, Business Manager of the University, and Mr. Waldron Faulkner, architect. ««3 A 2 s Some of the views on these pages were entries in the Camera Contest sponsored by the Cherry Tree. First prize in the con- test was awarded to John F. X. Britt for his picture of Dean Kayser which appears at the top of page 7. Other prizes went to Miss Katherine Fasbender and Milton R. Mintz. Judges in the contest were Professor Nor- ris I. Crandall, of the Art Department, and Professor Ernest S. Shepard, of the English Department. 1 " J - • . ' ' I 1 .. .. The other views which are shown here were taken by our staff photographers, as were the snaps and candid shots used throughout the book. Indeed the publica- tion of the 1941 Cherry Tree would not have been possible without the fine co- operation of Bill Craver, Jim Gnam, Ward McCabe, Hugh McLaughlin, and Milton Mintz, who did so willingly everything we asked, from invading the upper regions of Strong Hall to hanging out of second-story windows. ■ ■ ii ■ if if s f■■lll■ l, i , ill llll f rss nib Li First Row: Apter Blankin, Bohall, Buschman, Chapman, Coffey, Cowgill. Second Row: Crawford, Davis, Edwards, Elledge, Elvove, Grogan, Hurley. DOROTHY BERNICE APTER Washington, D. C. Education, A.B. Psychology Club; Magna Carta; Student Council. BERNARD BLANKIN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Varsity Tennis; Intercollegiate Table Tennis. WILLARD ELTON BOHALL Lowville, N. Y. Columbian, A.B. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Gamma Mu; Spanish Club. A. WILLIAM BUSCHMAN Leonia, N. J. Government. A.B. Delta Phi Epsilon, President. KATHERYN DAWSEY CHAPMAN . . Washington. D. C. Education, A.B. Library Science Club. CHARLES S. COFFEY Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi De;ta Theta; Riding Cub, Treasurer, Vice-President. EVELYN LOUISE COWGILL Silver Spring, Md. Columbian, A.B. FRANCES V. CRAWFORD Greensboro, N. C. Government, A.B. Delta Zeta; Pi Phi Epsilon. MARY MARGARET DAVIS Washington, D C. Columbian. M.A. Pi Delta Epsi on; Hatchet, " Editor-in-Chief; " Cherry Tree : Drama Appreciation Club; Publications Commit- tee; Lens and Shutter; Luther Club; Fiesta; Food Drive; Hall of Fame. WALTER ROBERT EDWARDS Laurel, Miss. Columbian, A.B. Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. ANNIE MOORE ELLEDGE Fulton, Miss. Education. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Lambda Theta. ETHEL ELVOVE Paris, Ky. Columbian, A.B. CHARLES HENRY GROGAN . . West Falls Church, Va. Columbian, B.S. Alpha Chi Sigma Award in Chemistry; Sigma Kappa Award in Chemistry. ANN CORNELIA HURLEY Saint Albans, Vt. Education, A.B. 11 1! II II Left: Fall workouts — or I shoulda stayed on the farm . . . Mary Thompson (lower) and grin . . . Nancy Early smiles at a freshman — for dear ole Kappa, no doubt . . . Bruce Skaggs looking almost intelligent — but don t be fooled, it s just a front. First Row: Lapham. Lytle, Mace, Lotterhos, Mathews, McBride, McCarthy. Second Row: McNeil, Miller, Mitchell, Pelzman, Posner, Rubenstein, Shapiro. EVELYN LAPHAM Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Omicron Pi; Psychology Club. AUGUSTUS LOTTERHOS, JR Chevy Chase, Md. Columbian, A.B. MARGERY ALMIRA LYTLE Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Columbian Honor Society; Chi Upsilon. HOWARD PERRY MACE Chill icothe. Ohio Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gate and Key; Delta Epsilon; Omicron Delta Gam.ma; Phi Eta Sigma: The Hatchet. " Editor; Cherry Tree Sports Editor; Publications Committee; Student Council, Treasurer; Stu- dent Life Committee; Interfraternity Basketball; Interf ' a- ternity Table Tennis; Wno’s Who in American Colleges " ; Outstanding Sophomore Award. MARY ADELINE MATHEWS Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Delta; Symphony Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Psy chology Club. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH McBRIDE . Gerrardstown, W. Va. Education, M.A. EDWARD J. McCarthy, JR Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. HELEN ELROY McNEIL Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. Delta Zeta, President; Pi Delta Epsilon; Delphi; Mortar Board; " Hatchet " ; " Cherry Tree, " Editor; Pan-Hellenic Delegate; Spanish Club; Women ' s Intramural Board Treasurer; Rifle Varsity, Assistant Manager; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " MARY VIRGINIA MILLER Baltimore, Md. Columbian, B.S. Newman Club; Sophomore Club; Junior Club. VIRGINIA VICTORIA MITCHELL .... Accokeek, Md. Education, A.B. JEAN DARTHY PELZMAN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. BEN POSNER Tuscon, Ariz. Government, A.M. Phi Mu Alpha; Intramural Men ' s Tennis Champion 1938: World’s Amateur Typewriting Champion, 1938. SAMUEL DAVID RUBENSTEIN .... Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. Phi Alpha; Band; Business Manager of Glee Club. EUGENE SHAPIRO Philadelphia, Pa. Education, A.B. Before the Portals — in the fall they come back . . . Left: Smiling Dean Johnstone ready for another batch of frosh and sophs . . . Center: Lazy, loose humanity — G. W. students still under summer ' s spell . . . Patty Hunt (top) quizzical . . . Right: Two important guys, looking important — Bowen and Rynerson. First Row: Sharpe, Sislen, Squitero, Sze, Upson, Walker. Second Row: Wilkenfeld, Wilkinson, Williamson, Wilson, Wnuczek, Wydra. BESSIE GARDNER SHARPE Silver Spring, Md. Government, A.B. Kappa Delta; Christian Science Organization; Religious Council. DOROTHY SYLVIA SISLEN . Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma; lota Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon lota: Freshman Hockey Team; Women ' s Athletic Association. ROGER JOSEPH SQUITERO .... Schenectady, N. Y. Government, A.B. Delta Phi Epsilon. Treasurer. KENNETH CHIACHE SZE Shanghai, China Columbian, A.B. International Student Society, Treasurer; Acsculapian So ciety; Le Cercle Francais Universitaire. WILLIAM ROBERT UPSON Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. JULIA MYRA WALKER Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Pi Beta Phi; " Hatchet”; Cue and Curtain; Home Eco nomics Club. SARAH DICKER WILKENFELD Arlington, Va. Columbian, A.B. BETTY GAYLE WILKINSON Arlington, Va. Columbian, A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha. Vice-President; Delphi; " Hatchet " ; Managerial Staff of Glee Club; Literary Club; Women ' s Rifle Team; Wmne ' of I ndividual Rifle Match, 1937; Baptist Student Union. MARGARET ELLEN WILLIAMSON . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Delta; Psychology Club, Secretary. MARTHA LOUISE WILSON Washington. D. C. Education, A. B. JOHN JOSEPH WNUCZEK Milwaukee, Wis. Government, A.B. Alpha Kappa Psi. MIRIAM WYDRA New York, N. Y. Education, A.B. International Students Society; Avukah, Secretary, Pres ident; Schoenfeld Deutscher Verein, President. Left: The Kappa Sigs in a rush conference — Osborne, Gale, Ruppert and a gentleman in tweeds . . . Center: Jamming out — game ' s over — now for a hot toddy ... a long view at the stadium — Colonial kickoff . . . Right: Heave ho, me hearties! . . . and no holds barred. According to a precedent set in 1939 the tradi- tional speaker is replaced at the University ' s Feb- ruary Convocation by a guest artist. This year, at Constitution Hall, on February 22nd, the mid-year graduates heard the distinguished musician and world-famous violinist, Efiem Zimbalist. At eight o ' clock the academic procession en- tered the hall, led by Dean Elmer Louis Kayser, Left: Bouncing personality — Jerry Sickler in a still life pose — how odd! . . . Center: The Kappa Sigs in a harrowing Hallowe en — note Mason (foreground) in long underwear; he heard it was an (un)dress affair . . . the Glee Club — Dr. Harmon winding up . . . Right: A D Pi Louise Alden voting for the homecoming queen — I wonder who? — and Roy Lever standing by (for Kappa no doubt). University Marshal, and with Dr. Marvin, the fac- ulty, and graduates in line. Following the an- nouncement of the convocation, Mr. Zimbalist played several selections. A short address to the graduates by President Marvin was the only speech of the 209th commemoration of George Washing- ton ' s birthday, as more than three hundred students received degrees or certificates. — . -1 Si When first you entered law school there was registration Those long blue slips, the Nosy things, caused much consternation. To decide just what to take — that was a choice supreme: The election ' s yours, but we advise” — well, you see what I mean. The books you bought were large, the same the drain economic The struggle to carry the bills and them was really patho-comic. You sat in class with pens all poised, strained with rapt attention. What you heard and what you learned — the percentage I won ' t mention. That first year you studied read and briefed each single case And dug and ground throughout the days to keep plugging in the race. You started studying for exams the beginning of the year Read law reviews, and texts; outlined — trembling with fear. When those four-hour iniquities were through You were as limp as yesterday ' s spaghetti, true. But it had been fun to learn of crimes, contracts and torts. Chins up! About those marks — |ust be good sports. You ' re still in school at least and ticking off the laps Pretty blase about it. too — you take less notes, more naps. It seems the same this year, and yet, you know so darn much more That you were unaware you knew and never used before. The Student Bar is much alive — throws a party pretty keen Sponsors lectures, gives a dance — really gets up steam. • Then things get vital and you begin to THINK, Naps are beside the question — you argue, test each link, You become technical, belligerent in extreme. You glower when the cases disagree, and when they don’t you beam. Those four-hour odes of woe besiege you as is their way; Let your grades be up — so you can stay in school, you pray. The white slips arrive after many weary, dreary months — What’s the score — are you genius or are you dunce? Open the paper — be prepared for the blow. You can always take accounting you know. Wow! What ' s this — Oh. boy? Can it be? Only a real master mind can make 75.3! And so. ere long, the lengthy slips are again filled out As you insert " Law Review, " you want to shout and shout. This year you puff frantically up those many steps, Plumb your hard-won legal knowledge to its shallow depths. Sit in the library surrounded by books, Talking with friends, collecting dirty looks. You dig around in each dusty tome And gripe and complain and wish you were home. Until all at once you get a colossal idea. That ' s the stuff! No one else ever got near! So you work it all up and are proud of the thing, The Prof just laughs — oh, where is death ' s sting? So you start again — mad and stubborn, Imagine your srprise when you find you were wrong. Then there ' s moot court — full of tribulations and trials To win, joke for the jury — lay them in the aisles. More panting up those dog-goned stairs Each one ' s going to give an elevator he swears. A trial ' s a complicated thing. Make yours good — make it swing. . . . Then the docket spells out your name And in you go to try for fame. Your voice cracks, your throat is dry, You hope they grade on how hard you try. Then it’s over and you lost — don ' t burn, Next semester you’ll win, that second turn. The four-hour demons are old enemies now, They ' re not quite as bad when you think you know how. It ' s over! Your name appears on the board; You ' re going to graduate — thank the Lord! It ' s been hard, it ' s been work, It’s been anger and irk, It ' s been laughter and fun, Stimulation, exasperation — but now it ' s done. You’ve earned the key to your career. Use well and wisely, dear. NANCY KENGLA. I 15 1 First Row: Ayre, Bennett, Boone, Coleman, Cupples, Dorsett, Ecker, Edwards. Second Row: Eisenhart, Fowler, Harris, Harrison, James, Johnston, LaCrosse. Lewis. JOSEPHINE AYRE Chattanooga, Tenn. Law, LL.B. Phi Mu; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Delta Delta; Phi Delta Gamma. MILLARD MacDONALD BENNETT .... Canton. S. D Law. LL.B. Acada President; Interfraternity Pledge Council Pres ident; Interfraternity Council; Gate and Key; Student Bar Association, Executive Committee. ELIZABETH HINE BOONE Washington, D. C Law, J.D. Phi Delta Delta; Law Review Staff. BENJAMIN OVERTON COLEMAN . Hollandale, Miss. Law. LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Vice-President. President; Ptl Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council; Student Union, Interfratenrit Debating. HOMER L. CUPPLES Fairfax County, Va. Law. LL.B. Student Editor. George Washington Law Review. HAROLD LEE DORSETT Moorcraft, Wyo. Law. LL.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon; " Hatchet“ Staff; Cue and Curtain; Interfraternity Debating. SHIRLEY ECKER New York, N. Y. Law. LL.B. CARLETON ULA EDWARDS, II . . Washington, D C Law. LL.B. Sigma Aloha Epsilon. EARL E. EISENHART, JR Washington, D. C. Law, J.D. Phi Beta Kappa: Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Delta Phi; George Washington Law Review. CHARLES RAYMOND FOWLER . . Washington, D. C. Law, LL.M. Luther Club. JEROME JOSEPH HARRIS .... Washingt on, D. C. Law, LL.B. Phi Epsilon Pi; Pi Gamma Mu. CECIL ROY HARRISON Judsonia, Ark. Law, LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha. WALTER ERVIN JAMES Arlington, Va. Law, LL.B. Kappa Alpha. JAMES LAMONT JOHNSTON . . . Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. PAUL J. LaCROSSE Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. HERBERT B LEWIS Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. Phi Alpha. 1 1 1 0 At the Georgetown game: The mob: a wildly hopeful throng of Colonial rooters, in apparent jubila- tion. Was it that blocked kick or Wilamoski s pass to Grady? First Row: McCluney, McKinney, Miller. O ' Connor, Pace, Price, Rubinstein, Sandoval. Second Row: Schrimsher, Scott. Shelton, Simpson, Webb, Willis, Zepul. FORREST FLETCHER McCLUNEY . . Jefferson City. Mo. Law, LL.B. Sigma Chi. EUGENE BRADLEY McKINNEY Eugene, Ore. Law, LL.B. Pni Kappa Psi; Delta Theta Phi. ELLIS BELL MILLER Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. Delta Theta Phi. EILEEN C O ' CONNOR Forest Hils, N. Y. Law, J.D. Phi Delta Delta; " Cherry Tree. " Law School Editor; George Washington Law Review Student Editor. DAVID ALLEN PACE Fort Worth, Texas Law, LL.B. Delta Theta Phi; Christian Science Organization. DIX. WAGSTAFF PRICE Phoenix, Aril. LAW, LL.B. Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Debate Team. BERNARD RUBINSTEIN Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. ERNEST U. SANDOVAL Trinidad, Colo. Law, LL.B. Phi Sigma Kappa; Interfraternity Tennis; Interfratenit Ping Pong. RICE EMMETT SCHRIMSHER Huntsville, Ala. law, LL.B. Theta Delta Chi, Secretary, Social Chairman; Phi Alpha Delta, Marshal; Interfraternity Council; Interfraternity Pledge Council; Glee Club. NATHANIEL THOMPSON SCOTT . . Washington, D. C. Law, LL.B. HUGH TODD SHELTON, JR Columbia, Tenn. Law, LL.8. Sigma Alpna Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Blue Key. ELLSWORTH TENLEY SIMPSON .... Arlington, Va. Law, LL.B. HALMAR JENKINS WEBB Arlington, Va. Law, J.D. Law Review, Book Review Editor. ROBERT E. WILLIS Canton, Okla. Law, J.D. Beta Theta Pi; Law Review Staff. CONSTANTINE ZEPUL Chicago, III. Law, LL.B. Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer. At the Georgetown Game: Cheerful Cheerers: A in, lose or draw, the Colonial spirit throughout ... O, if anybody else but Doolan had been behind Grady on that pass . prevailed . . O well. ORDER OF THE COIF OFFICERS JOHN A. MclNTIRE PRESIDENT FACULTY MEMBERS The charter members and other members of the faculty of the George Washington University Law School with professional rank who have been elected to membership. LLOYD FLETCHER VICE-PRESIDENT CHARLES S. RHYNE SECRETARY ALUMNI MEMBERS All members of the Benchers and such other persons who have been grad- uated since 1898 within the first ten per cent of their classes and have received their degrees with distinction. • • I«f FACULTY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF John A. Mclntire FACULTY BOARD OF ASSOCIATE EDITORS Dean William C. Van Vleck . . . Charles S. Collier . . . S. Chesterfield Oppenheim . . . J. Forrester Davison . . . Clarence A. Miller . . . Chester C. Ward . . . Hector Galloway Spaulding . . . William Randall Compton . . . Walter Lewis Moll . . . William Thomas Fryer . . . Carville Dickinson Benson . . . Helen Newman, Law Librarian. BOARD OF DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORY EDITORS Clyde B. Aitchison, Interstate Commerce . . . Charles Warren Constitutional Legal History . . . James Oliver Mur- dock, International Law . . . Lloyd H. Sutton, Patent Law . . . Louis G. Caldwell, Radio and Communications . . . Charles D. Hamel, Taxation. BOARD OF STUDENT EDITORS Paul M. Roca Student Editor-in-Chief . . . Wilbur A. Shaich, Student Managing Editor . . . Eleanor Sessoms, Edito- rial Notes . . . John P. Burke. Recent Cases . . . Harry J. Breithaupt, Jr., Ops. Attorney General . . . Andrew B. Beveridge, Patents . . . H. J. Webb. Book Reviews. [ 18 ) STUDENT MEMBERS Members of the Senior Class elected each year in order of academic rank from the upper ten per cent of the class. HONORARY MEMBER Hon. Robert H. Jackson, Attorney General of the United States. STUDENTS ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP, 1940 Leo Adolph Bachman . . . George Moench Bell . . . Ardis Blackburn . . . George Robbins Brown . . . Edwin Menton Cage . . . Richard Alfred Fitzgerald . . . John Wesley Haubner . . . Frazer Frost Hildner . . . Richard Elmer Hosley . . . Robert M. Lemke . . . Herbert Magil . . . Alexander Stuart Me Dill . . . Frank Louis Newhauser . . . John Fred- erick Pearne . . . Ora Herbert Roberts, Jr.. . . George Carl Roeming . . . Robert Grant Williamson $ i j • A. Abramowitz . . . Arden L. Andresen . . . Victor D. Behn . . . Nedwin Berger . . . Elizabeth H. Boone . . . Henry Bruton . . . Richard E. Burn . . . Martin J. Carroll . . . John H. Coffman . . . C. T. Cox . . . Helen E. Creighton . . . Norman Duberstein . . . Earl E. Eisenhart, Jr. . . . Samuel M. Farha . . . J. Carter Fort, Jr. . . . Paul A. Frank . . . Morton Gertler . . . Robert D. Gibbons . . . Lois E. Harris . . . Oliver W. Hayes . . . Robert B. Hobbs . . . Roger R. Horton . . . Richard A. Jennings . . . Nancy Duvall Kengla . . . Vernon C. Kohlhaas . . . Lewis J. Lamm . . . Milton Mitchell . . . Lothar Michaelis . . . Eileen C. O ' Connor . . . Thomas P. Patterson . . . Kingsley C. Peck . . . John E. Prater . . . B. Norman Ratner . . . Harry I. Ravitz . . . Wilfred J. Reardon . . . George H. Rich . . . Glenn Richard . . Channing L. Richards . . . Murray Robinson . . . Bernard Rubenstein . . . Rice E. Schrimsher . . . William K. Sherwood . . . Louis C. Stephens . . . Robert A. Swain . . . Malcolm H. Thompson . . . Robert E. Willis . . . Nancy D. Kengla, Editorial Secretary. GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW JOHN A MclNTIRE t 19) Above: Front Row: LaPia, Manager; Wright, Augusiewicz, Kokoski, Seeno, Grady, Batson, Dowd, McGlinn, and Led- ford. Second Row: Embrey, Romasco, Seibert, Gudmundson, Reese, August, Babich, Fedora, Booth, and Swett. Third Row: Martinson, Sether, Monchlovich, Slovanic, Biasini, Kranich, Welc, Ziobro, Nugent, and Wilamoski. Fourth Row: Clarey, Konizewski, Picco, Hall, Robbins. Snyder, Douglas, Barauskas, and Blackburn. Left: Art Nowaskey, Assistant Freshman Coach; Gene Shields, Line Coach; Bill Reinhart, Head Coach; Ray Hanken, Freshman Coach; ,, Zuzu " Stewart, Assist- ant Freshman Coach. Recognized as one of the strongest teams in the South, the Colonials opened their Golden Jubilee of football against an underrated Mount St. Mary ' s ball club. The larqest crowd ever to witness an opening game saw the Buff and Blue held to a scoreless tie in the first half, and then come back strong to score two touchdowns in the second half to win 12-0. One week later the Colonials invaded New York, and beneath the brilliant lights of the Polo Grounds the Buff and Blue defense frustrated the razzle dazzle plays of the highly touted Manhattan ball club while their hard-driving backs scored three times to win 21-18. From the bright lights of Broadway the Colonials trav- eled into Dixieland and because of a siege of overconfi- dence they barely nosed out the Washington and Lee Generals in the closing seconds of a hectic ball game 20-14. At this stage of the season injuries began to hamper the welfare of the squad. The next week-end saw a badly injured Colonial team in the bluegrass country where the Kentucky Wildcats overpowered them 24-0. After this discouraging defeat the Colonials bounced back to an outstanding victory over West Virginia. BiM Kerr ' s mighty mountaineers went down to a 19-0 defeat at the hands of the Buff and Blue warriors. Then, after completely outplaying and outcharging the Bucknell Bisons, the Colonials were forced to accept a scoreless tie for their Homecoming game. Victory came the next week, however, when the Colo- nials beat a strong Kansas ball club 6-0. In spite of this great showing against their intersectional rivals, the Colonials were definitely the underdogs as they prepared for the encounter with their strong District rivals, George- town. The Hoyas were acclaimed as one of the best teams in the country and were picked to defeat the Buff and Blue by at least four touchdowns. But on November 23, as dusk began to fall over Griffith Stadium, and the Hoya and Colonial warriors trudged back to their locker rooms, victory by a very slight margin was Georgetown ' s. The courageous Colonials had outfought and outplayed the Hoyas in every phase of the game, but Dame For- tune had favored Georgetown with victory 8-0. Thus ended a successful season for the Buff and Blue, and in the fall of 41 with a wealth of material, they will make their debut in the Southern Conference. Above, two samples of the fast action in the game with Georgetown, Novem- ber 23, 1940. Below, Walt Fedora starting out on the 19-yard run for a touchdown that gave G. W. a 6-0 victory over Kansas, No- vember 16, 1940. FOOTBALL HOME COMING Around the end of fall, G. W. begins to ac- quire a festival atmosphere and abandons itself to the gaiety and bustle of Homecoming. Frater- nities feverishly decorate their house fronts, riot- ous pep rallies are held, worried, harrassed com- mittee members rush around, and the dimpled darlings of campus organizations are nominated with hopes and prayers for the cherished throne of the year ' s Homecoming Sweetheart. Daily the competition of sororities grows fiercer and more determined as polls are set up in the Student Club and the Schools of Law and Medicine. The 1940 Homecoming program included a tea held at Strong Hall for the nervous candi- dates and the beaming alumni who come into their own at Homecoming. An innovation was the torchlight parade down Constitution Avenue Friday night ending in a rally at the Washington Hotel. Then came the momentous day and the Homecoming game with thousands packed into Griffith Stadium, cheering on the Colonial eleven against Bucknell, laughing at the entertainment between the halves, applauding the award to the most outstanding alumnus. But, however fever- ish the excitement at the game may have been, it approached a near frenzy of suspense at the dazzling climax, the Homecoming Ball. Applause greeted each candidate as she and her escort strolled in a spotlight the length of the ballroom to the raised throne where Caroline Wadden, 1 939’s Sweetheart, presided, and the hush of hundreds was broken by the sight of red-headed Betty Stevenson and Mary Ellen Degnan smilingly accepting huge bouquets and second and third place honors. Then the spectators paid thunder- ous tribute as radiant Anne Thomas was crowned George Washington ' s 1940 Sweetheart. The Homecoming celebration was brought to a close on Sunday with Mortar Board ' s breakfast for its alumni and the Riding Club ' s annual Horse Show. Who in the hell got my tuxedo? " Put twenty-five boys together in a house — a row house, an ex-embassy, a modern dwelling in Arlington — let them help finance it, repair it, paint, run the kitchen, hire the help; let them govern themselves, set their own moral standards, create their own conventions, keep their own codes of honor; let them fight, work, play, make love, hate and drink together — and you’ve got a fraternity. Of course you may get communism too (as the familiar quotaion at top indicates), not to speak of socialism, capitalism and anarchy. But, above all, you will get democracy. No debate on the Senate floor was ever more bitter than a chapter meeting squabble over whether quiet hour should be 8 to II or 9 to 12; no king’s coronation was ever more solemn than an awestruck freshman ' s formal initiation; no Byronic love scene ever more passionately done than a brother pinning his first girl. At this University, where the boys hail from all parts of the country, where so many work and attend night classes, " the house " becomes a home, the " fraternal bonds " become deep as fam- ily ties. The local brothers, too, contribute much to fraternity life, to its society and leadership. But. it is in the house " that the group is welded together, and character is molded. Yes — it ' s a great life for the brothers, rough on the pledges, and fascinating to the girls (we hope). But it has its little disadvantages: Say — who DID ' borrow ' my tux last? " f k f Pictures on these pages show scenes from in- terfraternity competition in athletics, a few shots of fraternity " parties, " and pictures of the various houses showing that the fraternity house is not just a place where a bunch of boys eat and sleep. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS HAROLD HUDSON PRESIDENT PAT DEMING VICE-PRESIDENT CARTER BOWEN SECRETARY EDWARD TERREL TREASURER ACTIVE MEMBERS PAT DEMING . . BUD PAPPENFORT ROBERT FLEMING HEINZ STEINBACK . . Sigma Chi . Kappa Sigma . Kappa Alpha Theta Delta Chi Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council OFFICERS MARSHALL GARDNER . . . President BENJAMIN HOUSTON . Vice-President JAMES BACON Secretary THOMAS McCOY Treasurer JAMES BOGGS . Social Chairman MEMBERS JOSEPH LAWRENCE THOMAS McCOY JAMES BOGGS ... .... JAMES BACON ROBERT RISSLER ERNEST PIGGOTT JAMES CASH BENJAMIN HUSTEN ROBERT BROWN FORREST SLINKARD MARSHALL GARDNER GORDON CALVERT .... Sigma Chi . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Kappa Alpha . . Theta Delta Chi . Phi Sig ma Kappa . . Delta Tau Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Nu Acacia Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Pi Kappa Alpha Bacon, Gardner, Husten Lawrence. McCoy. First Row Dearth, Fleming. Frisbie, Geran, Hudson, Pappenfort. Sullivan. Second Row: O ' Donnell, Terrell, Denning. EDWIN TERRELL . JOHN O’DONNELL JOHN FRISBIE . . JOHN SULLIVAN . ACTIVE MEMBERS Phi Sigma Kappa HAROLD HUDSON Sigma Nu Delta Tau Delta ROBERT DEARTH Acacia Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT GERAN Tau Kappa Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon CARTER BOWEN Pi Kappa Alpha -c The annua! Interfraternity Prom was held on April 4 in the new ballroom of the Shoreham Hotel. Fraternity men and girls who rated " bids ' ' danced from nine till one to the music of Will Osborne ' s orchestra, and witnessed the Grand March led by Louise Mann and Harold Hudson, president of the Interfraternity Council, and Anne Blackistone and Bob Dearth, social chairman of the Council. Intermission was featured by the presentation of awards and tapping of outstanding fraternity men for Gate and Key. Inter-Fraternity Prom OFFICERS CHARLES A. CARLSON, JR. PRESIDENT GEORGE E. BISHOP VICE-PRESIDENT KENNETH M. SCHEIBEL SECRETARY H. LEROY BAKER TREASURER Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, June 28, 1855. Epsilon Chapter installed June 10, 1864. Chapter House: 1312 N. Street. Pub- lication: The Magazine of Sigma Chi. " Active Chapters: Ninety-eight. Colors: Blue and Old Gold. Flower: White Rose. FACULTY MEMBERS George Franklin Busch . . . DeWitt Clinton Croissant FACULTY MEMBERS Robert W. Harmon . . . Hellmuth L. Kerschlager . . . Cortland Baker. ACTIVE MEMBERS William Beebe . . . John Breckenridge . . . Richard Burrows . . . Edwin M. Cage . . . Burt Clark . . . George Clark . . . Charles Collett . . . Charles Eggen, Jr. . . . John M. Field . . . Joe Bob Gale . . . James Grady . . . Fred Haskell . . . Clifford Houff . . . Robert Howard . . . Willis Hurd . . . William Kielhom . . . John M. Lane . . . Roy Lever . . . Robert Little . . . Hugh S. McLaughlin . . . Haynes Mahoney . . . Martin Manch . . . Joseph L. Mason . . . Harold Moore . . . Philip Oliver . . . Richard Osborne . . . Carson Pappenfort . . . John E. Re dd . . . Stuart Roberts . . . Anthony Siciliano . . . George Stakeman . . . Robert Starling . . . William D. Waldrop . . . Richard Webb. First R _ 3,; , Becfc- Borrougis, Cage, Collett, Eggen, Foidield. Fisher. Gale. Grady, Gooding, Kielhorn. Second Row: Lane, Mason, McCoy, Me La-gr’lin. Moore Oliver, Osborne, Pappenfort, Redd, Shaw Siciliano, Stakeman. First Row: Baker, Ballard, Bears. Bishop, Braine, Bryan, Buell, Campbell, Carlson, Charrier, Cohagen, Creer. Cunningham. Second Row: Eberle, Gud mundson, Howell, Humphries. LeFever, Laulis, Lawrence, ligon, Morton, Mundy, Neilson, Norton, Russell. Third Row: Scheibel, Shurtleff, Smith. Van Sciver, Watt, Youngblood, Zimmerman, Pope, Deming. ACTIVE MEMBERS H. LeRoy Baker . . . Dick Ballard . . . George E. Bishop . . . Clinton E. Braine . . . L. Bruce Bryan . . . Frank A. Buchanan . . . Wallace M. Buell . . . Charles A. Carlson . . . James W. Charrier . . . Max A. Creer . . . Alexander H. Cunningham . . . Patrick M. Deming . . . Donald V. Eberle . . . Leon D. Howell . . . James C. Laulis . . . Joseph E. Lawrence . . . John F. Ligon, Jr. . . . Robert F. Mundy . . . Robert W. Murray . . . Donald D. Neilson . . . Howard R. Norton . . . Lewis W. Russell . . . Kenneth M. Scheibel . . . J. Gilbert Van Sciver, Jr. . . . John P. Watt, Jr. . . . Raymond M. Woolard . . . Lorenz E. Zimmerman. PLEDGES Dale Bears . . . Robert Campbell . . . John Cohagen . . . Mark Frederick . . . Scott Gudmundson . . . Joseph Humphries . . . Howard Morton . . . John Schumacher . . . Dwight Shurtleff . . . Robert Smith . . . Eugene Walters. : ; PLEDGES Arthur Beck . . . Ritchie Beighlie . . . Dean Fairfield . . . James Fisher . . . Harold Gooding . . . Francis Gregory . . . Thomas F. McCoy . . . Jack Shaw. Founded at University of Virginia, December 10, 1869. Alpha Eta Chap- ter installed February 22, 1892. Publication: " The Caduceus. " Chapter House: 1803 19th St., N. W. Active Chapters: One Hundred and Ten. Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White. Flower: Lily of the Valley. OFFICERS RICHARD S. BURROWS PRESIDENT GEORGE STAKEMAN VICE PRESIDENT PHILLIP OLIVER SECRETARY CHARLES EGGEN, JR. TREASURER KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA OFFICERS MAURICE BIESER PRESIDENT ROY POWELL VICE PRESIDENT GARDNER FRANKLIN SECRETARY Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1865. Alpha Nu Chapter installed in 1894. Chapter House: 3147 16th Street, N. W. Publication: " Kappa Alpha Journal. " Active Chapters: Sixty-nine. Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. Flower: Red Rose and Magnolia. FACULTY MEMBERS Carville Benson . . . Stewart H. Britt . . . Max Farrington . . .William T. Fryer. FACULTY MEMBERS Dean William Paul Briggs . . . John Russell Mason ACTIVE MEMBERS James Bacon . . . James Bassford . . . Courtland Davis . . . Edwin Gee . . . James Hayes . . . Philip Hege . . . James Hudnall . . . Iverson Hutton . . . James McCabe . . . James McKechme . . Bernard Slebos . . . Burton Smith . . . Heinz Steinbach . . . William Vanmeler . . . Thomas Walton . . . Constantine Zeppul. PLEDGES Grail Dawson . . . Robert Crickard . . . Edward Hoffman . . . James Hoseman . . . William Kincally . . . Lawrence Parker . . . Morton Porter . . . Colin Weir. First Row Bacon Bassford Brown, Burnett, Busick. Davis, Gee Hayes, Hege, Hudnall, Hutton. Second Row: McCabe. McKechnie, O ' Connor, Schrimsher, Scurlock. Slebos, Smith, Stembacn. VanMeter, Young Zepul. First Row: Vass, Bcynard, Bazan, Boogs. A. Dancy, N. Dancy, Davis, Fleming, Franklin, Hughes, James, Keener, Lanyon. Second Row: Lightfoot, McGhee. Newell, Peterson, Pierce, Pollard, Poole, Powell, Reed, Srrvth. Strickler, Tilley, Tutweiler. ACTIVE MEMBERS Horace Bazan . . . Maurice Bieser . . . James Boxley . . . Lawson Cox . . . Gordon Butler . . . Bill DeRosa . . . Bill Keyser . . . Charles Lansdal . . . F. Elwood Davis . . . Scott Ebrite . . . Robert Fleming . . . James Forsyth . . . Gardner Franklin . . . Walter Hughes . . . Charles Hurd . . . Herb Lightfoot . . . Ray Millard . . . Bill Pierce . . . Bill Pollard . . . Jack Poole . . . Roy Powell . . . Jennings Rife . . . Emmett Reed . . . Roger Smith . . . Billy Rich- ardson . . . Frank Strickler. PLEDGES Bryan Allison . . . Ernest Baynard . . . James Boggs . . . Joel Broyhil . . . Allen Dancy . . . Norman Dancy . . . Charles de Lozier . . . Charles Dunmire . . . Bill Lanyon . . . Dugal Hudson . . . Bill McGhee . . . George Newell Vance Peterson . . . Freeman Stricklin . . . J. W. Tilley . . . George Vass . . . Morrison Williams Founded at Union College, October 31, 1847. Chi Deuteron Chapter installed March 26, 1896. Chapter House: 1854 Kalorama Road, N. W. Publications: " The Shield, " National; " Chi Doodle, " Local. Active Chap- ters: Twenty-eight. Colors: Black, White, and Blue. Flower: Red Carnation. OFFICERS BERNARD SLEBOS PRESIDENT WILLIAM VANMETER CORRESPONDING SECRETARY JAMES HUCVALL RECORDING SECRETARY CONSTANTINE ZEPPUL TREASURER THETA DELTA EH I PHI SIGMA KAPPA OFFICERS JOHN CHARLES BRADLEY PRESIDENT CARL BAUERSFELD VICE-PRESIDENT ROBERT W. ILIFF SECRETARY SAMUEL M. VON KUMMER TREASURER Founded at Massachusetts State College, 1873. Lambda Chapter installed in 1899. Chapter House: 1765 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. Publication: " Signet. " Active Chapters: Forty-five. Colors: Silver and Magenta. Flower: Red Carnation. 4 FACULTY MEMBERS DeWitt Bennett . . . Dr. Richard Castell ... Dr. W. T. Davis : . . Dr. M. W. Glover ... Ira B. Hansen . . . Arthur Zahn © FACULTY MEMBERS Norman B. Ames . . . Daniel L. Borden . . . Charles W. Cole . . . Colin M. Mackall . . . Lawson M. McKenzie . . . George S. Worthington. ACTIVE MEMBERS William Abbott . . . George Q. Adamson . . . Richard R. Bairstow . . . Charles E. Beachy . . . J. Guy Ballou . . . James A. Chesson, Jr. . . . Woodrow Dermody . . . Walter R. Douglas . . . Thomas H. Eager . . . Warren E. Emley, Jr. . . . George B. Fraser, Jr. . . . Wilmot Fitzgerald . . . Harry Feehan . . . Robert G. Garlick . . . Leo E. Grattan . . . Edward G. Haggett, Jr. . . . L. Frederick Harris . . . Harold H. Howland, Jr. . . . John E. Jackson . . . Stanley N. Jennings . . . Albert W. Loring . . . Richard O. McDonald . . . Earle L. Mank . . . David W. Mitchell, Jr. Lowell H. Moran . . . R. Dean Nichols . . . John D. O ' Donnell . . . George A. Pagano . . . John M. Shanard . . . James M. Woodard, Jr. . . . Charles A. Yeagle. First Row: Bauserfield, Beamer, Behrens, Betsch. Bilden, Bovd, Bradley, Jack Bradley, Brown. Chase. Clerico, Crossfield. Daugherty, D. Frazier. P. Frazier, Hammond. Second Row: Hauser. Hansen, Holtsford, lliff. Jensen, Johnston, Kelly, Leitkam, Lowentraut, Mace. Mack, Martin, McCaleb. McGowan, Moran, Nerren. Third Row: Payne. Phillips. Powell, Randall. Redinger, Rissler. Sandoval, Sherk, Terrell, Vietor, Von Kummer, Westfall, Wietzel, Zunic. ACTIVE MEMBERS Jeff Abercrombie . . . James Ball . . . Bruce Borum . . . Carl Bauersfeld . . . George Behrens . . . Carl Betsch . . . William Bilden . . . John Boyd . . . John Charles Bradley . . . John Curtis Bradley . . . Louis Brown . . . Wilbur Chase . . . Andrew Clerico . . . Roy Collins . . . Joe Crozier . . . Charles Daugherty . . . John Daugherty . . . Pascal Frazier . . . Charles Grunwell . . . William Hammond . . . Paul Hansen . . . Robert Harmon . . . Joe Harrison . . . Keith Holtsford . . . Hugh Horton . . . Robert lliff . . . Richard Johnston . . . Aaron Layne . . . Carl Leitkam . . . Shelby McCaleb . . . Howard Mace . . . James Made . . . Leon Moran . . . William Nerren . . . Howard Newsom . . . Albert Payne . . . Ernest Payne . . . Joseph Phillips . . . Herbert Randall . . . Winfield Rankin . . . Jack Redinger . . . Robert Rissler . . . Ernest Sandoval . . . J. Woodrow Thomas . . . Richard Thompson . . . Hendrik Vietor . . . Samuel M. von Kummer . . . James White . . . Bennett Willis . . . Frank Wietzel. John Conlin McGowan . PLEDGES . James Dowd . . . Don Frazier . . . Edward Hauser . . . John Huff . . . Dave Jensen . . . George Kelly . . . James James Mann . . . James Meyers . . . LeRoy Ronemous . . . Charles Shinn . . . James Strachan . . . Paul Weber . . . Ted Westfall . . . Matt Zunic. PLEDGES Bower Little . . . Darwin Parks . . . Owen Wheeler . . . Robert Valliant. Founded at Bethany College, 1859. G. W. U. Chapter founded 1903. Active Chapters: Seventy-seven. Colors: Purple, White and Gold. Flower: Iris. Publication: " The Rainbow. " OFFICERS JOHN D. O ' DONNELL PRESIDENT JOHN E. JACKSON VICE PRESIDENT WILMOT FITZGERALD SECRETARY GEORGE A. PAGANO TREASURER HAROLD H. HOWLAND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY DELTA TAU DELTA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON OFFICERS WILLIAM WALKER WINTER PRESIDENT WILLIAM JOSEPH POWERS VICE-PRESIDENT FRANK NELSON MILLER SECRETARY WILLIAM JOSEPH TODD TREASURER Founded at University of Alabama, March 9, 1856. Washington Rho Chapter installed November, 1858. Chapter House: I 128 16th St., N. W. Active Chapters: One hundred and fourteen. Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold. Flower: Violet. i j FACULTY MEMBERS Dean William Van Vleck . . . Dean Elmer L. Kayser . . . Henry W. Herzog . . . Frank Hornaday . . . Benjamin Cruickshanks . . . Don Johnson. ACTIVE MEMBERS Vernon Benjamin . . . Haywood Davis . . . William Derrick . . . Harold Dorsett . . . Dan K. Dotson . . . J. Hale Edwards . . . Robert Ferguson . . . Randall Gardner . . . Howard Goheen . . . Neal Hendrickson . . . Benjamin Husten . . . George Irminger . . . Paul Jacobson . . . James Kincaid . . . George King . . . James Kurtz . . . Tom McCall . . . Jack McMillen . . . John E. Mellor . . . Michael Murray . . . Joseph Newlin . . . Paul Oberlin . . . Robert Olds . . . Lief Olsen . . . Morgan Percy . . . Howard Reifsnyder . . . Waldo Schmitt . . . Merle Schroeder . . . William Shilland . . . John Sullivan . . . Bill Umstead . . . Joseph White . . . Cyril Wildes. F.rs! Row Benjamin, Broods Burson. ' Cot 4 in. Dorset! Dotson Downing, Fe rguson Fiske, Gandoifo, Hendrickson, Husten. Second Row: Irminger. Kincaid, King, K-ngman, McCa Me lor Murray . Third Row : Newlin, Olds. Clsen Page Percy, Raibourn, Sullivan, Trilpett, Umstead. White. First Row: Bauman, Bennett, Bronson, Cash, Coleman, Craig. Daniel, Dondero. Dworshak. Edwards, Frisbie, Gilbert. Second Row: Her.derson, Kimbrough, Loggins, Loveland, McAleer, McGinnis, Miller. Penn, Prater, Warner, Stuart, Thompson, Third Row: Van Scoyoc. Ward. Quill, Wilson, Winter. ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert Bauman . . . Ward Beard . . . William Becker . . . James Bennett . . . Jack Bronson . . . James Cash . . . Donald Cefaretti . . . Benjamin Coleman . . . Thomas Collins . . . Joe Craig . . . Charles Daniel . . . Allen Dewey . . . Robert Dondero . . . Ward Dworshak . . . Joseph Dyer . . . Benjamin Edwards . . . Carlton Edwards , . . John Frisbie . . . Pari Gilbert . . , James Gnam . . . Clay Hender- son . . . Ardeshir Irani . . . James Johnston . . . Joe Jones . . . James Kimbrough . . . James Loggins . . . George Loveland . . . James McAleer . . . Frank Miller . . . John Newman . . . Alfred Odom . . . Richard Paine . . . Allen Pattee . . . William Penn . . . Walter Perkins . . . William Powers . . . Richard Quill . . . Charles Schindler . . . Everard Smith . . . Samuel Smith . . . William Stell . . . Fred Stuart . . . Blake Thompson . . . William Todd . . . Charles Van Scoyoc . . . Max Ward . . . Cromwell Warner . . . John Watts . . . Thomas Wilson . . . W. Walker Winter . . . William Zeller . . . John Clayton . . . Lee Rhoads . . . William Turpin PLEDGES Fred Bickford . . . Charles Cash . . . Geoffrey Chew . . . Thomas Coleman . . . John Donaldson . . . George Eyster . . . Robert Fair . . . George Gee . . . David Haupt . . . Robert Irey . . . Dudley Judd . . . Edwin Kent . . . Rodney McCathryn . . , James Moseley . . . Patrick O Neil . . . Joseph Prater . . . Warren Preisser . . . Arlo Quill . . . Robert Rinehold . . . Lester Schloup . . . John Totten PLEDGES Harry Beatty . . . Fred Brooks . . . William Burson . . . Charles Coffin . . . William Downing . . . Leon Fisk . . . Anthony Gandolfo . . . Allan Fred- erick Kingman . . . William Lee Page . . . Roy Raibourn . . . Wasiel Triplett. Founded at University of Richmond, November I, 1901. D. C. Alpha Chapter installed October 9, 1909. Chapter House: 1401 12th Street North, Arlingtno, Virginia. Publication: " Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal. " Active Chapters: Seventy-one. Colors: Purple and Red. Flowers: Amer- ican Beauty Rose and Violet. OFFICERS HAYWOOD DAVIS PRESIDENT GEORGE KING VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN E. MELLOR SECRETARY MORGAN PERCY TREASURER SIGMA PHI EPSILON OFFICERS PAT HENRY COMMANDER CHARLES KLEIN LIEUTENANT COMMANDER KIMBER VOUGHT SECRETARY WILLIAM HOLLOWAY TREASURER MRS. ALICE LIVINGSTON HOUSE MOTHER Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869. Delta Pi Chapter installed in 1915. Chapter House: 1601 " R " St., N. W. Publication: The Delta. Active Chapters: Ninety-seven. Colors: Black and White and Gold. Flower: White Rose. FACULTY MEMBER Prof. Bolwell FACULTY MEMBERS Audley L. Smith . . . James Kirkland . . . H. G. Spaulding. ACTIVE MEMBERS Keith E. Adamson . . . Clark Ashby . . . Millard M. Bennett . . . George Beveridge . . . Harry G. Brewster . . . Richard C. Burns . . . Robert Dearth . . . Joseph Dowling . . . Samuel G. Holderman . . . Robert Howie . . . Leroy Maddox . . . Grant McClellan . . . Forrest Slinkard . . . William H. Snyder . . . Monroe Williamson. First Rcw: Baldr idge. Buckley, Conley, Connell, Courtney, Creighton. Derrick. Emerson. Hamilton. Harper. Harris. Henry Hodge. Holloway. Hudson. Jennings, Johnson Kasbaum, Kchoe. Klein, Makela. Main, Mav Narron, Reifsnyder. Third Row: Roadley, Turrou. Vought, Wartben, Winthrop, Zinn, Mrs. Livingston. Second Row: Hoffman, Rogers. Steele. Sweet, ACTIVE MEMBERS Reed Baldridge . . . Herbert Buckley . . . John Connell . . . Carl Conley . . . William Creighton . . . Henry Cunningham . . . Duane Derrick . . . Harland Everson . . . James Faris . . . Norman Harris . . . Benton Hamilton . . . James Head . . . John Harper . . . Robert Hoffman . . . William A. Holloway . . . Harold Hudson . . . Will Jennings . . . W. H. Johnson . . . Allen Jones . . . Raymond Dasbaum . . . John Kehoe . . . Charles Klein . . . Ben Makela . . . Frank Malone . . . Frank Mann . . . William May . . . Roy McNeil . . . Wiley Narron . . . C. Frank Reifsnyder . . . Robert Roadley . . . Raymond Rogers . . . William Sweet . . . Edward Turrou . . . Victor Turrou . . . Kimber E. Vought . . . Robert Warthen . . . Robert Winthrop . . . Dean Surguy Zinn. PLEDGES Robert Brown . . Guy Courtney . . . Louie Hicks . . . Morgan Hodge . . . Donley Hunt . . . Robert Kiser . . . Joseph Steel. PLEDGES Gordon Grimwood . . . Harvey Seabrook Founded at Michigan University, May 12, 1904. George Washington University Chapter installed April 2, 1923. Chapter House: 1757 N St., N. W. Publication: " Triad. " Active Chapters: Twenty-five. Colors: Black and Gold. Flower: Richmond Rose. OFFICERS MONROE WILLIAMSON PRESIDENT WILLIAM H. SNYDER VICE-PRESIDENT KEITH E. ADAMSON SECRETARY JOSEPH DOWLING TREASURER I ACACIA TAU KAPPA EPSILON mi VflM j r « KJ 1 OFFICERS CHARLES S. LAMON PRESIDENT PERRIN A. KENT VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM T. DEETER, JR. SECRETARY MILTON A. STOCKTON TREASURER Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University, 1899. Alpha Pi Chapter installed in 1935. Chapter House: 1912 " R M St., N. W. Publication: CA-Pital Teke. Active Chapters: Forty-four. Colors: Cherry and Gray. Flower: Red Carnation. FACULTY MEMBER Dr. Wood Gray ACTIVE MEMBERS Richard Bauersfeld . . . Morris Best . . . Carter Bowen . . . Frank Boyce . . . Gordon Calvert . . . Robert Cham- breau . . . David Chapman . . . Edward Coffman . . . Clark Cole . . . Eugene Crowe . . . Thomas Dowd . . . Paul Foley . . . Edward Furr . . . William Gibson . . . Carl Hansen . . . William Hargett . . . Lester Hook . . . Frank Hoover . . . Charles Ivy . . . Kenneth Jones . . . Blake Lancaster . . . Odell Lewis . . . John Maloney . . . Michael McKool . . . Ellison Neal . . . Alvin Parrish . . . George Parsons . . . George Presson . . . Gordon Riddick . . . Bruce Sherrill . . . Fred Stevenson . . . Marvin Stromberg . . . Niilo Talvitie . . . James Toothman . . . Frank Trainor Donald Woolley . . . Hugh Willis. PLEDGES Edward Amendola . . . Sam Babich . . . William Barbee . . . Chris Cagle . . . Charles Corker . . . Edwin Creighton . . . Warren Crouch . . . Edward Eades . . . Walter Fedora . . . Ralph Fisher . . . Finley Goslin . . . Marcel P. Van Hemert . . . Robert Holmes . . . Richard Jennings . . . Nelson Lancaster . . . Arthur Lovell . . . Robert Quinnell . . . Stuart Russell . . . Robert Rynerson . . . James Speer . . . Clifford Walker . . . Charles Wallace . . . William Wright . . . Paul Yost. First Ro Anendola. Bow n Boyce. Calvert C-iambreau. Coffman, Cole. Creighton Crowe, Fisher. Fcley, Furr. Second Row: Gibson, Hanson Harrison. Jones Lancaster, Riddick, Rynerson, Stevenson. Talvitie, Trainor. Willis. First Row: Ar.derson, Briggs, Carter, Deeter, Gardner, Geran, Green, Kent, Klaase. Second Row: Lamon, Marjamaa, Scott, Stockton, Walker. ACTIVE MEMBERS Arden Andresen . . . Alton Anderson . . . Harold Argo . . . William Baldwin . . . George Carter . . . John Coggins William Deeter . . . Marshal Gardner . . . Robert Geran . . . William Greene . . . Perrin Kent . . . James Kittering . . . James Klaasse . . . Charles Lamon . . . William McManus . . . John Rothrock . . . Donald Rush . . . Walter Sanders . . . Milton Stockton . . . Neal Tomey . . . Lyle Walker . . . Robert Woodward . . . Irvin Chapman . . . Jack Dorsey . . . Charles Gordon . . . Ray Howard . . . James Johnson . . . Bernhard Bermann . . . Victor Baker. PLEDGES John Drescher . . . Chris Holtz . . . William MacCabe . . . Roy Marjamaa . . . Clair Macuthen . . . Harold Quinn Kelly Rogers . . . Joseph Ryan . . . Richard Slattery . . . Joseph Tickle. Founded at University of Virginia, March I, 1868. Delta Alpha Chapter installed February 22, 1941. Chapter House: 2448 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W. Publication: Shield and Diamond. " Active Chapters: Eighty-one. Colors: Garnet and Old Gold. Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley. OFFICERS E. CLARK COLE PRESIDENT MARVIN O. STROMBERG VICE-PRESIDENT BRUCE SHERRILL SECRETARY T. ELLISON NEAL TREASURER PI KAPPA alpha mm PHI ALPHA OFFICERS JOSEPH KOLKER PRESIDENT DAVID RUBENSTEIN VICE PRESIDENT DAVID SILVERMAN SECRETARY ROBERT RUMSHIN TREASURER Founded at George Washington University, 1914. Alpha Chapter installed in 1914. Chapter House: 1800 New Hampshire Avenue, N. W. Publica- tions: Bulletin, " " Quarterly, " ‘ Alpha Ray. " Active Chapters: Twenty- eight. Colors: Red and Blue. Flower: Rose. i FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Edward Cafritz . . . Dr. David Davis . . . Dr. Samuel Dodek . . . Dr. Alex Horowitz ... Dr. Jacob Kotz ... Dr. Edward Lewis . . . Dr. Maurice Protas . . . Dr. Hyman Shapiro. ACTIVE MEMBERS Edward Brady . . . Richard Cash . . . Melville Feldman . . . Jerome Harris . . . Robert Lyons . . . Irwin Nathanson ... Ira Pearlman . . . George Suser . . .Edward Waterman . . . Henry Weiss. PLEDGES Harold Seidel . . . Sam Stone. First Row: Stone. Lyons, Brady. Second Row: Weiss, Nathanson, Feldman Pearlman. Third Row: Marks, David, Cash, Diamond, Suser Gerson. First Row: Blumenthal, Castleman, Fain, Footer, Goldberg, Golden, Greenberg. Holt, Konof. Kolker, Landman. Rosenberg Rosentnal. Rubeostein, Rumshin, Safer, Woinger, Svedlow. Second Row: Levine, Leder, Lewis. Peikin. ACTIVE MEMBERS Harvey Ammerman . . . Lester Blumenthal . . . Seymour Fain . . . Stanley Goldberg . . . Herbert Haft . . . Melvin Jacobson . . . Sidney Kahano . . . Joseph Kolker . . . Stanley Lavine . . . Melvin Leder . . . Herbert Lewis . . . Daniel Peiken . . . Gerald Rosenthal . . . Robert Rosenfeld . . . Robert Rubin . . . David Rubenstein . . . Robert Rumshin . . . Hertzmark Safer . . . David Silverman . . . Allan Sures . . . Jack Wainger . . . Sidney Weger. PLEDGES Phil Houseman . . . William Jaffe . . . Leonard Sokol . . . Arthur Stambler . . . Charles Sures Founded at City College, New York, 1904. Alpha Mu Chapter installed 1930. Publication: " Phi Epsilon Pi Quarterly. " Active Chapters: Thirty-six. Colors: Purple and Gold. Flower: Gardenia. OFFICERS IRWIN B. NATHANSON PRESIDENT HENRY WEISS VICE-PRESIDENT IRA W. PEARLMAN SECRETARY MELVILLE FELDMAN TREASURER PHI EPSILON PI .sCDDOk 141 ] at out otavci JEW MATTHEWS SELECTED AS THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY BY AL TREHAN, VAUDEVILLE STAR, AT A DANCE SPONSORED BY THE CHERRY TREE, MARCH 13, 1941. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL AND GLORIA REA WERE SECOND AND THIRD WIN- NERS. RESPECTIVELY. k Only in a college or university is found that phenomenon of campus life — the sorority girl, full-fledged product of a modern edu- cational society. But she was once a wide- eyed freshman, who, in the course of reg- istration, was caught up in the breath- taking whirl of coke and luncheon dates and rush parties of every variety, and be- came the center of competition and over- whelming attention of those in the bonds. For many of these girls, the happiest mo- ment comes when she receives her formal bid and is pledged. On that day the campus blooms with varied corsages and shines with newly acquired pledge pins and smiling faces. But a pledge ' s life is not all flowers and flattery; she has grades to make, lessons to learn, and duties to per- form. As a representative of her sorority she participates in many activities, anxious to bring home fame and glory. When she has proven herself scholastically and indi vidually worthy, the lowly pledge emerges an initiated sorority member, versed in campus lore, wise in the ways of college life, proud of her badge, and especially schooled in the intricate subtleties of rush- ing. Below, the crowd at the Junior Pan-Hellenic Prom, and an informal glimpse of sorority girls deep in a game of bridge in the " rooms, complete with kibitzers. Left, Marjorie Wil- kins receives the Cherry Blossom cup for Delta Zeta — one of the many awards for which sororities compete annually. On opposite page, scenes from the Intersorority Goat Show, showing skits of the Chi Omega pledges and the Kappa Kappa Gamma pledges and the presentation of the cup for first place to Connie Hartman, head of the Kappa Delta pledges. Lower right opposite, Alpha Delta Pi fishing trip, one of those in- formal " hen-parties " that sororities have from time to time. Below, the Grand March at the Junior Pan- Hellenic Prom, led by Pat Orr, social chair- man, and Ruth Spink, president of the Junior Pan-Hellenic Association, and their respect- ive dates. PAN- HELLENIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ELEANOR SHERBURNE PRESIDENT MARGARET KINSMAN VICE-PRESIDENT MARJORIE BURCH SECRETARY MARJORIE WILKINS TREASURER REPRESENTATIVES Alpha Delta Pi Louise Alden . . . Kay Norris Chi Omega Marjorie Burch . . . Sarah Thompson Delta Zeta Marjorie Wilkins . . . Elaine Peterson Kappa Delta Barbara Hanford . . . Helen Carstarphen Kappa Kappa Gamma Suzanne Preston . . . Jean Duke Alpha Delta Pi . . . Chi Omega .... Delta Zeta Kappa Delta . . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma REPRESENTATIVES Louise Weigel Mary Garret Elaine Haviland Constance Hartmann Cherrie Frost Frost Hartman, Haviland. Or, Spink, Wiegel. REPRESENTATIVES Phi Mu Kay Bowen . . . Kay Woodward Phi Sigma Sigma Sonyia Braunstein . . . Roslyn Lambiase Pi Beta Phi Margaret Kinsman . . . Patricia Farrell Sigma Kappa Dorothy Farwell . . . Judy Osmer Zeta Tau Alpha Shirley Schafer . . . Betty Freyburger Phi Mu . . . Phi Sigma Sigma Pi Beta Phi . . Sigma Kappa Zeta Tau Alpha REPRESENTATIVES .... Ruth Spink . . . Frances Isaacs Pat Orr Sarah Jane Williams . . . . Mary Burklin OFFICERS RUTH SPINK PRESIDENT LOUISE WEIGEL SECRETARY ELAINE HAVILAND TREASURER PATTORR SOCIAL CHAIRMAN JUNIOR PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION r 47 1 PI BETA PHI OFFICERS JANE McGRAW PRESIDENT MARGARET COPELAND VICE PRESIDENT JERRY MATTHEWS SECRETARY VIRGINIA SAEGMULLER TREASURER Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, III., April 28, 1867. D. C. Alpha Chapter installed April 27, 1889. Chapter House: 2129 G. St. Publication: " The Arrow. ' Active Chapters: Eighty-three. Colors: Wine and Silver Blue. Flower: Wine Carnation. FACULTY MEMBER Jenny Turnbull FACULTY MEMBERS Helen Lawrence . . . Helen Newman ACTIVE MEMBERS Anne Blackistone . . . Marjorie Burch . . . Doris Conklin . . . Judy Donnelly . . . Carroll Gallion . . . Mary Hamner Constance Harris . . . Eileen Kendrick . . . Rita La Combe . . . Doris Little . . . Jean Nessell . . . Martha Schoenfeld . . . Anne Smith . . . Betty Stevenson . . . Mary Thompson . . . Sarah Thompson . . . Ruth Warren. PLEDGES Martha Alexander . . . Helen Marie Byers . . . Jean Connor . . . Gloria Dequeveda . . . Iva Jean Dollarhide . . . Margaret Flecker . . . Eleanor Grunweld . . . Mary Garrett . . . Doris Jean Griffeth . . . Faye Griffeth . . . Katherine Henn . . . Mary Henshall . . . Barbara Johnson . . . Helen Kunkel . . . Maxine Jackson . . . Betty Mayton . . . Regina Miller . . . Betty May McCrayon . . . Jane Snyder . . . Phyllis Sparks . . . Joyce Soderstrom . . . Averil Wirgman . . . Margaret Williams . . . Margaret Bell Norton . . . Harriet Weber. First Row. Bl jetstone Bure " B.e ' S, deQuevedo. Floecker Garrett, A. Griffith. D. Griffith, Grunwell, Henn, Henshall, Jackson. Second Row: Little, Miller, Nessell, Norton, Paul Reese. Schoenfd. Soderstrorn, Spares, Stevenson, Warren. First Row: Bullock, Colbert, Colburn, Copeland, Creecy, Day. DelVecchio, Dickinson. Doolittle, Dorney, Eyster. Fuller. C. Gamble, D. Gamble. Second Row: George, Gleazen, Hopkins, Kinsman, Lerch, McCallum, McCombs, McGraw, Moss, Nichol, Orr. Palmer, Pinson, Putnam. Third Row: Seagmuller, Smith, Tennyson, A. Thurman. B. Thurman, Walker, Wheeler, Wofford. ACTIVE MEMBERS Betty Bruce . . . Marion Bulloch . . . Betty Clayton . . . Florence Colbert . . . Margaret Copeland . . . Marcia Creecy . . . Celeste Dorney . . . Patricia Farrell . . . Jane Fleig . . . Margaret Glessner . . . Patricia Hanson . . . Peggy Kinsman . . . Janet Lerch . . . Marjorie Mann . . . Marjorie Matthews . . . Jane McGraw . . . Nancy Morgan . . . Margaret Nichol . . . Charlotte Patterson . . . Phyllis Palmer . . . Dorothy Perkins . . . Irene Pinson . . . Mary Queally . . . Virginia Saegmuller . . . Anne Thurman . . . Helen Toomey . . . Marianna Trowbridge . . . Jeanne Vietor . . . Julia Walker . . . Harriet Wallis . . . Helen Wheeler . . . Nancy Whittemore . . . Virginia Wright. PLEDGES Jane Blue . . . Betty Colburn . . . Mary Davis . . . Marie Day . . . Jane Del Vecchio . . . Diane Dickinson . . . Katya Doolittle . . . Marguerite Eyster . . . Amrah Fortune . . . Kitty Fuller . . . Claudfne Gamble . . . Caroline George . . . Gail Gleazen . . . Betty Hartness . . . Mary Ella Hopkins . . . Jane McCallum . . . Zoe McCombs . . . Mary Maud Moss . . . Sarah Moss . . . Isola Moll . . . Patricia Orr . . . Connie Oseth . . . Ann Sonfield . . . Dale Smith . . . Nancy Lee Tennyson . . . Barbara Thurman . . . Eugenia Tips . . . June Tracy . . . Helen Webb . . . Martha Wofford Founded at the University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895. Phi Alpha Chapter installed March 3, 1903. Chapter House: 802 21st St. Publications: " Eleusis " and " Mystagogue. " Active Chapters: Ninety-six. Colors: Car- dinal and Straw. Flower: White Carnation. officers ANNE BLACKISTONE PRESIDENT RUTH WARREN VICE-PRESIDENT DORIS CONKLIN SECRETARY DORIS LITTLE TREASURER CHI OMEGA SIGMA KAPPA OFFICERS FLORENCE JAMES PRESIDENT JEANNE SPAULDING VICE PRESIDENT CAROLYN HARDIE SECRETARY LOUISE STEUART TREASURER Founded at Colby College, 1874. Zeta Chapter installed in 1906. Chapter House: 2129 G St. Publications: " Sigma Kappa Triangle. " Active Chapters: Forty-four. Colors: Maroon and Lavender. Flower: Violet. » • FACULTY MEMBER Kitti Baart ACTIVE MEMBERS Joan Boyd . . . Katherine Bowen . . . Ruth Brunner . . . Phyllis Cady . . . Cecelia Daly . . . Mary Cruse Foscue . . . Florida Franklin . . . Dawn Irving . . . Mary Delores Keating . . . Marian Kinsel . . . Elva Lohr . . . Agnes Rossbacher . . . Jackie Scott . . . Kay Woodward. PLEDGES Gloriella Calvo . . . Mary Louise Cooper . . . Alice Hansberry . . . Martha Henshaw . . . Elinor James . . . Miriam Jaggers . . . Betty Jane Knighton . . . Helen Lukens . . . Catherine Moore . . . Ruth Spink . . . Lora Steinbach First Row Ayre Bowen, Bovd. Brunner, Cadv, Cooper Daly, Franklin, Hansberry, Henshaw, Irving, Jaggers. Second Row: James, Keating, Kinsel, Knighton. Lot ' Lukens, Moore. Rossbacher, Scott, Soink, Steinbach, Woodward. First Row: Bennett, Bicknell, Blevins, Brown, Burnett, Campbell, Currier, Donnald, Farwell. Hershey, James. Second Row: Kangas, Knauer, Osmer, Sanders, Spaulding. Stafford, Steuart, Walter, Warner. Williams. ACTIVE MEMBERS Mary Ellen Bennett . . . Emilie Black . . . Audrey Browne . . . Sue Burnett . . . Marguerite Campbell . . . Ruth Darby . . . Jennie Donnald . . . Laurene Edwards . . . Dorothy Farwell . . . Jane Hampton . . . Carolyn Hardie . . . Kathryn Hershey . . . Anne Hickey . . . Florence James . . . Betty Jones . . . Virginia Knauer . . . Julia Osmer . . . Muriel Rafferty . . . Mary Shonk . . . Jeanne Spaulding . . . Josephine Stafford . . . Louise Steuart . . . Jeanette Walker . . . Paula Zirpel. PLEDGES Ruth Bicknell . . . Mildred Blevins . . . Peggy Butterfield . . . Dorothy Currier . . . Lorraine Hickey . . . Aune Kangas Frances Qualls . . . Josephine Samperton . . . Peggy Saunders . . . Rita Thom . . . Mary Louise Warner . . . Sarah Jane Wiliams. Founded at Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852. Beta Alpha Chapter installed March 9, 1915. Chapter House: 2 1 29 G Street. Publication: Aglaia. Active Chapters: Seventy-four. Colors: Rose and White. Flower: Enchantress Carnation. OFFICERS KATHERINE BOWEN PRESIDENT PHYLLIS CADY VICE-PRESIDENT MARIAN KINSEL SECRETARY RUTH BRUNNER TREASURER ALPHA DELTA PI OFFICERS ANNE THOMAS PRESIDENT LINDSLEY BROWN VICE-PRESIDENT SHIRLEY DUNN SECRETARY ANNA BEAN TREASURER Founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, May 15, 1851. Alpha Pi Chapter installed February 24, 1922. Chapter House: 2 1 29 G Street, Apt. 21. Active Chapters: Sixty. Colors: Blue and White. Flower: Violet. ACTIVE MEMBERS Phyllis E. Barnes . . . Elsie Baxter . . . Katherine Fasbender . . . Ruth Gehrke . . . Eleanor Livingston . . . Helen R. McNeil . . . Ann McNeil ... A. Paulette Montesi . . . Elaine Peterson . . . Dorothy Strouss . . . Marjorie V. Wilkins . . . Katherine E. Wheeler . . . Patricia Jahn . . . Helen E. Trade . . . Mary E. Metzger . . . Eilen Maki . . . Esther Yanovsky . . . Mabel Johnson . . . Anita Minoque. PLEDGES Betty Bean . . . Louise Day . . . Barbara Hamblin . . . Elaine Haviland . . . Virginia Kopsitz . . . Heloise Metzger . . . Pattie Moore . . . Ruth Stitt . . . Duclie Teeter . . . Alice Waldron . . . Mary McEntee . . . Nancy Humphrey . . . Ruth Patrick. First Rc ' a Barnes. Baxter Bean Fasbender. Ge -ke, Hamblin. Haviland, Johnson Kopsitz A. McNeil, H. McNeil. Second Row: Metzger, Montesi, Moore, Peterson Stitt, Teeter Trade Waldron, Wneeler, Wilkins. First Row: Alden, Barr, Bean Bennett, Brown, Campbell. Colmetz, Featherstonbaugn, Giles, Gittings Green, Gunion. Second Row: Hough, Kruger, Melvin, Morgan, Nash, Noonan, Norris, Ould, Owen, Riggleman, Rucker, Shaffer, bird Row: Shreve. Simons, Smothers, Stief, Tate, Thomas, White, Weigel. ACTIVE MEMBERS Louise Alden . . . Dorothy Barr . . . Anna Bean . . . Emily Bennett . . . Lindsley Brown . . . Ruth Burdett . . . Frances Campbell . . . Louise Clark . . . Martha Colmetz . . . Shirley Dunn . . . Marjorie Fakes . . . Jessie Gardner . . . Joan Giles . . . Elizabeth Ann Gittings . . . Virginia Gunion . . . Margaret Hough . . . Gerry Kruger . . . Kathleen Norris . . . Eulene Smothers . . . Anne Thomas . . . Lillian Wallender. PLEDGES Sue Burrows . . . Marcia Featherstonhaugh . . . Constance Green . . . Jane Ann Griesbauer . . . Vivian Haislip . . . Shirley Hoffman . . . Mildred Levan . . . Virginia Melvin . . . Augusta Ann Morgan . . . Jeanne Nash . . . Lorraine Noonan . . . Patricia O ' Conor . . . Nancy Ould . . . Una Owen . . . Cathryn Riggleman . . . Frances Rucker Helen Louise Shaffer . . . Wanda Shreve . . . Barbara Simons . . . Ann Stief . . . Martha White . . . Louise Wiegel. Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, October 24, 1902. Alpha Delta Chapter installed September 21, 1922. Chapter House: 2 1 29 G Street. Publication: The Lamp. ' Active Chapters: Sixty-two. Colors: Old Rose and Vieux Green. Flower: Killarney Rose. OFFICERS PHYLLIS BARNES PRESIDENT MARJORIE WILKINS VICE-PRESIDENT KATHERINE FASBENDER SECRETARY ELAINE PETERSON TREASURER KATHERINE WHEELER CORRESPONDING SECRETARY KAPPA DELTA Founded at Virginia State Normal, Farmville, Virginia, October 23, 1897. Sigma Mu Chapter installed November 18, 1922. Chapter House: 802 21st St. Publication: Angelos. " Active Chapters: Seventy. Colors: Green and White. Flower: White Rose. FACULTY MEMBER Dr. Leah Huntley Cate ACTIVE MEMBERS Betty Campbell . . . Frances Douglas . . . Gretchen Hill . . . Anne Lehman . . . Virginia Moore . . . Anne Murany . . . Lucy Ohler . . . Justine Sampson . . . Shirley Schafer . .. Marjorie Weber . . . Betty Wilkinson . . Loraine Williams. OFFICERS BARBARA HANFORD PRESIDENT JANE McELLIGOTT VICE PRESIDENT ELEANOR BEACHLEY SECRETARY VIRGINIA KELLEY TREASURER PLEDGES Barbara Bishoff . . . Mary Burklin . . . Elizabeth MacCombs . . . Margaret Montgomery . . . Virginia Reese . . . Phyllis Richards . . . Zetta Walker . . . Frances Warren . . . Evelyn Weber. First Row: Allen, Beacher, Beachley, Beebe. Carder. Carstarphen, Duckson, Floyd, Forgey. Prize, Gish, Hanford, Hartman. Second Row: Hennsley, Jackson, Kelley, V. Kelley, Maiden, Mathews, McCann, McElligott, Reynolds, Rowland, Wark, Williamson. ACTIVE MEMBERS Jean Allen . . . Virginia Babich . . . Eleanor Beachley . . . Helen Carstarphen . . . Mary W. Cox . . . Helen Duckson . . . Marjorie Forgey . . . Mary Louise Frise . . . Nita Greene . . . Rita Gobaugh . . . Barbara Hanford . . . Virginia Kelley . . . Jeanne Maiden . . . Mary Mathews . . . Jane McElligott . . . Louise Porter Pentz . . . Sue Prince . . . Creelman Rowland . . . Nena Tremelling . . . Margaret Williamson. PLEDGES Alberta Beebe . . . Virginia Beecher . . . Marjorie Carder . . . Ann Floyd . . . Pauline Gish . . . Constance Hart- man . . . Marjorie Hensley . . . Evelyn Jane Jackson . . . Nancy Kelley . . . Lois McCann . . . Mary Reynolds . . . Mary Helen Richardson . . . Mary Sandberg . . . Eileen Shanahan . . . Doris Wark. TIES • = Founded at Virginia State Normal, October 15, 1898. Beta Alpha Chapter installed November 8, 1924. Chapter House: 2 I 29 G Street. Publication: Themis.’ Active Chapters: Seventy-nine. Colors: Steel Grey and Tur- quoise Blue. Flower: White Violet. OFFICERS SHIRLEY SCHAFER PRESIDENT BETTY WILKINSON VICE PRESIDENT BETTY FREYBURGER SECRETARY ANNE MURANY TREASURER ZETA TAU ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA OFFICERS RUTH CROUCH PRESIDENT ELAINE BERRY VICE PRESIDENT DORIS THOMPSON SECRETARY NANCY EARLY TREASURER Founded at Monmouth College, October 13, 1870. Gamma Chi Chapter installed June 9, 1929. Chapter House: 2129 G St. Publication: " The Key. " Active Chapters: Seventy-four. Colors: Light and Dark Blue. Flower: Fleur-de-lis. FACULTY MEMBER Ruth Atweli • • j ACTIVE MEMBERS Sylvia Berlin . . . Phyllis Blumenthal . . . Josephine Bierman . . . Sonya Braunstein . . . Evelyn Dresner . . . Faye Elvove . . . Gertrude Engel . . . Minnie Jay Hamburher . . . Dorothy Handloff . . . Florence Haves . . . Passie Hinden . . . Mildred Knofer . . . Roslyn Lambiase . . . Irma Naiman . . . Lillian Rubin . . . Reeva Schultz . . . Irma Silman . . . Dorothy Wolf . . . Marian Zuckerman. PLEDGES Edith Cohen . . . Frances Isaacs . . . Beverly Leder . . . Teena Lowe . . . Roslyn Nathanson . . . Dora Sahm. First Row: Batham, Berry, Mann, Manton, Matchett, Biesemeier, Botta, Breed, Brewer, Brown Clark, Connelly, Cowing, Crouch, Frost, McNeese, Millikan, Moses, Parkinson, Preston, Rea, Schmitt, Sherburne, Stephens. Thompson, Warner, Weers. Williams. Gass, Hunt. Second Row: Lane. LeBrou. Third Row: C. Stewart, P. Stewart. Sutton. ACTIVE MEMBERS Elaine Berry . . . Phyllis Botta . . . Margaret Breed . . . Beulah Brewer . . . Mina Brown . . . Ruth Crouch Mary Ellen Degnan . . . Jean Duke . . . Nancy Early . . . Betty Lane . . . Mary Ida LeBrou . . . Louise Mann . . . Susan McNeese . . . Mary Millican . . . Caroline Parkinson ... Ann Peterson . . . Julia Preston . . . Suzanne Preston Gloria Rea . . . Barbara Schmitt . . . Eleanor Sherburne . . . Virginia Stephens . . . Faith Sutton . . . Doris Thompson . . . Adrienne Warner. PLEDGES Rozanne Armstrong . . . Phoebe Batham . . . Mary Carol Biesemeier . . . Martha Jane Brock . . . Frances Virginia Clark . . . Jean Connely . . . Alice Cowing . . . Delora Fowler . . . Mary Dan Frost . . . Jane Gass . . . Jane Gayton Patricia Hunt . . . Marian Kirk . . . Barbara Manton . . . Helen Matchett . . . Betsy Moses . . . Claudia Stuart Barbara Weers . . . Betty Williams. Founded at Hunter College, New York City, 1913. Kappa Chapter in- stalled 1926. Chapter House: 802 21st St. Publication: " The Sphinx. " Active Chapters: Nineteen. Colors: King Blue and Gold. Flower: American Beauty Rose. OFFICERS SONYA BRAUNSTEIN PRESIDENT FLORENCE HAVES VICE PRESIDENT REEVA SCHULTZ SECRETARY SYLVIA BERLIN TREASURER PHI SIGMA SIGMA 0 i PHI BETA KAPPA OFFICERS HENRY GRATTAN DOYLE PRESIDENT ROBERT WHITNEY BOLWELL VICE-PRESIDENT FLORENCE MARIE MEARS SECRETARY EDITH ELIZABETH MORTENSEN TREASURER HOWARD M. MERRIMAN HISTORIAN Founded at the College of William and Mary, I 776. The Alpha of the District Chapter installed in 1938. FACULTY AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES Theodore Abernethy . . Joseph Quincy Adams . . . Errett Albritton . . . William Anderson . . . John Brewer . . . Robert Bolwell . . . Stephen Brunauer . . . George Churchill . . . Elbridge Colby . . . Charles Collier . . . Wilson Compton . . . William Diehl . . . Harry Dowling . . . Henry Left, upper: A meeting of lota Sigma Pi; lower, a conference of the officers of Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma. Center: Pi Lambda Theta banquet. Right: Omicron Delta Kappa initiation banquet. Grattan Doyle . . . John P. Foley . . . Charles Gerstenberg . . . Spencer Gordon . . . Wood Gray . . . Robert Griggs . . . Gilbert Grosvenor . . . Mabel Grosvenor . . . Charles Halley ... Ira Hansen . . . Frederick Heilman . . . George Henning . . . James Hoffman . . . Allan Holaday . . . William Humphreys . . . Clark Keating . . . Albert Kerr . . . Solomon Kullback . . . Colin Mackall . . . Charles Mann . . . Cloyd Heck Marvin . . . Florence Mears . . . Howard Merriman . . . Edith Mortensen . . . Saul Oppenheim . . . Richard Owens . . . Leland Parr . . . Lowell Ragatz . . . William Ruediger . . . Raymond Seeger . . . Edward Sehrt . . . Charles Smith . . . Roscoe Spencer . . . George Stone . . . James Taylor . . . Henry Wasser . . . James W. Watts . . . William A. Wilbur. MEMBERS-IN-COURSE Emily Allen . . . Virginia Appich . . . Everett Bellows . . . Carter Bowen . . . George R. Brown ... Ira V. Brown . . . Sue Burnett . . . Audrey Chew . . Nicholas Cokenias . . . Charles Corker . . . Thomas Dowd . . . Earl Eisenhart . . . Anne Elledge . . . Marian Freehafer . . . Marjorie Hite . . . Mary Houlahan . . . Ada F. James . . . Marie Jorolemon . . . Betty Kossow . . . Clara Larsgaard . . . Mark H. Lepper . . . Roye Lowry . . . Catherine D. Ludwig . . . Clyde Manschreck . . . Manuel Mendez . . . Virginia Moore . . . Laura Phillips . . . Virginia Reeve . . . Thomas Richman . . . Mary Robertson . . . Leonard Small . . . George H. Smith . . . Marcel Van Hemert . . . Esther Yanovsky. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Founded at University of Illinois. 1923. George Washington University Chapter installed. 1930. Active Chapters: Thirty- eight. Colors: Red, White, Gold. Flower: White Carnation. FACULTY MEMBERS Jenny Turnbull . . . Rae Potter OFFICERS ELEANOR SHOLTES President CAROLINE PARKINSON Vice-President HELEN DUCKSON Secretary ANNA BEAN Treasurer PHI ETA SIGMA Founded at University of Illinois, March 22. 1923. George Washington Chapter installed April 10. 1929. Publication: " Forum. " Colors: Blade and Gold. Active Chapters: Forty- seven. FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Henry Grattan Doyle . . . Professor Emeritus William Wilbur . . . Dean William Johnstone, Jr. . . . President Cloyd Heck Marvin . . . Professor Henry G. Roberts OFFICERS IRA BROWN President ROBERT MORRISON Vice-President PAUL McCLENNON Secretary-Treasurer HAROLD BOBYS Historian OFFICERS PAUL N. YOST PRESIDENT JOHN A. KENDRICK VICE PRESIDENT WARD McCABE SECRETARY DeWITT BENNETT FACULTY SECRETARY MAX FARRINGTON FACULTY ADVISER Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1914. Alpha Delta Chapter installed in 1929. Publication: The Circle. Active Chapters: Forty-five. FACULTY MEMBERS DeWitt Bennett ... Dr. Daniel Borden . . . Leon Brusiloff . . . Dean Henry G. Doyle . . . Max Farrington . . . Dean Frederick Feiker . . . Dr. Robert Harmon . . . Dean Elmer Kayser . . . James Kirkland . . . Pres. Cloyd Heck Marvin . . . Prof. John Mclntire . . . Charles E. Merry . . . Lowell J. Ragatz . . . William Reinhart . . . Raymond Seeger . . . William Allen Wilbur. FACULTY MEMBERS AND ADVISERS Vinnie G. Barrows . . . Nell Buckley . . . Helen Hanford . . . Dr. Thelma Hunt . . . Jennie Turnbull . . . Myrna Sedgwick. MEMBERS Kay Bowen ... Sue Burnett . . . Elsie Carper . . . Ann Gaither . . . Ethel Hoffman Florence James . . . Jane McGraw . . . Eleanor Sherburne . . . Anne Thomas. First Row: Bellows, Bowen, Berdick, Fleming, Gale. Lowry, Mace. Second Row: Mann, Nathanson, Scurlock, Simon, Stevenson, Youngblood. HONORARY MEMBERS Hugh Clegg . . . Robert V. Fleming . . . Cordell Hull . . . Col. J. Monroe Johnson . . . E. K. Morris . . . Fred Nessell J. P. Pope . . . Francis E. Stan . . . Joseph Toomey. ACTIVE MEMBERS Arnold Auerbach . . . Carter Bowen . . . John Breckinridge. . . George Brown ... Ira Brown . . . Murray Burdick . . . John Busick . . . Warren Crump . . . John Daugherty . . . Vinnie De Angelis . . . Allan Dewey . . . Bob Doolan . . . Carl Estabrook . . . Robert Fleming . . . Joe Bob Gale . . . Charles Hallam . . . Joseph Hartman . . . Henry Herzog . . . John Kendrick . . . Roye Lowry . . . Howard Mace . . . Frank Mann . . . Ward McCabe . . . Dick McDonald . . . Tracy Mulligan . . . Irwin Nathanson . . . Bert Randall . . . Win Rankin . . . Harley Scurlock . . . Abe Simon . . . John Southmayd . . . Fred Stevenson . . . Paul Van Hemmert . . . Charles Earl Wallace . . . Paul Yost . . . Fred Youngblood . . . William Zeller. Founded at Syracuse, New York, February 16, 1918. Hour Glass Chapter installed February 26, 1938. Publication: Mortar Board Quarterly. Active Chapters: Seventy-five. Colors: Silver and Gold. Flower: Yellow Rose. OFFICERS ELSIE CARPER PRESIDENT ANN GAITHER VICE PRESIDENT FLORENCE JAMES SECRETARY JANE McGRAW TREASURER ELEANOR SHERBURNE HISTORIAN MORTAR BOARD ie: l GATE AND KEY OFFICERS MORGAN PERCY PRESIDENT ROBERT FLEMING VICE-PRESIDENT CHARLES LAMON SECRETARY MARK ATCHISON TREASURER Founded at George Washington University, November I, 1922. Colors: Black and White. Flower: White Carnation. FACULTY MEMBERS Alan Deibert . . . Max Farrington . . . Elmer Louis Kayser. ACTIVE MEMBERS Phyllis Barnes . . . Anne Blackistone . . . Katherine Bowen . . . Margaret Breed . . . Lindsley Brown . . . Ruth Brunner . . . Sue Burnett . . . Betty Campbell . . . Helen Carstarphen . . . Florence James . . . Jane McGraw . . . Helen McNeil . . . Suzanne Preston . . . Virginia Saegmuller . . . Anne Thomas . . . Ruth Warren . . . Betty Wilkinson. ACTIVE MEMBERS Mark Atchison . . . Marquis Best . . . Carl Betsch . . . Bill Blackney . . . Charles Collett . . . John Daugherty . . . Allen Dewey . . . Dan Dotson . . . Robert Fleming . . . Joe Bob Gale . . . Bob Garlick . . . James Haden . . . James Head . . . Iverson Hutton . . . Jack Jenkins . . . Don Jones . . . John Kendrick . . . George King . . . William Kyne . . . Charles Lamon . . . Al Loring . . . James McKechnie . . . Frank Mitchell . . . Morgan Percy . . . John Rothrock . . . Haley Scurlock . . . Owen Suther- land . . . John Watts . . . Jack Wibby . . . Dean Zinn. OFFICERS Founded at George Washington University, April, 1931. Colors: Red and Gold. Flower: Gardenia. ANNE BLACKISTONE TREASURER RUTH BRUNNER PRESIDENT BARBARA HANFORD VICE-PRESIDENT LINDSLEY BROWN SECRETARY DELPHI HDNQR SOCIETY [ 63 ] OFFICERS FRED YOUNGBLOOD PRESIDENT SAM VONKUMMER VICE PRESIDENT Founded at Syracuse University, 1909. George Washington University Chapter installed June 5, 1922. Publication: " The Epsilog. " Active Chap- ters: Thirty. Colors: Olive Green and Gray. Flower: White Carnation. HELEN CARSTARPHEN SECRETARY-TREASURER FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Ruth Coyner . . . Dr. Thelma Hunt . . . Miss Katheryne Towne . . . Miss Frances Kirkpatrick ACTIVE MEMBERS Emily Allen . . . Winifred Alvather . . . Louise Berchtold . . . Kaye Burrell . . . Winifred Cox . . . Italia De Angelis . . . Mary Doyle . . . Dorothy Dreese . . . Anne Elledge . . . Eleanor Garner . . . Elizabeth Griffeth . . . Elizabeth John- son . . . Jessie Kennedy . . . Dorothy Lauder . . . Elizabeth Middlemus . . . Alma Nielson . . . Marian Smith . . . Myrtle Sutherlin. PLEDGES Virginia Andrus . . . Nancy Avery . . . Ruth Dick . . . Corring Di Guilian . . . Feme Durall . . . Constance Ewey . . . Helen Goodwin . . . Margaurite Jones . . . Irene May Lowell . . . Hazel Marmaduke . . . Phyllis Nichols . . . Helen Redfield . . . Jacqueline Scott . . . Clara Velte. FACULTY MEMBERS Douglas Bement . . . Courtland D. Baker . . . Henry Grattan Doyle . . . William Henry Herzog . . . Mrs. Marcelle Lane . . . Lowell Joseph Ragatz. ACTIVE MEMBERS Murray Berdick . . . Helen Carstarphen . . . Allen Dewey . . . Roy Eastin . . . James Edmunds . . . Gretchen Hill . . . Frank Mann . . . Jane Mann . . . Jane McGraw . . . Helen McNeil . . . Margaret Snavely . . . Anne Thomas . . . Sam VonKummer . . . Fred Youngblood. PLEDGES Sue Burnett . . . Bill Umstead. Founded at University of Missouri, 1910. Alpha Theta Chapter installed 1935. Publication: " Pi Lambda Theta Journal. " Active Chapters: Thirty- seven. Colors: Blue and Gold. Flower: Yellow Rose. OFFICERS DOROTHY DREESE PRESIDENT ELIZABETH MIDDLEMUS VICE-PRESIDENT LOUISE BERCHTOLD SECRETARY ALMA NEILSON TREASURER KAYE BURRELL KEEPER OF RECORDS PI LAMBDA THETA 165 ] mM IOTA SIGMA PI OFFICERS JEAN DUNHAM PRESIDENT ELLIS FEER VICE-PRESIDENT MARY M. McBURNEY SECRETARY ANNA RILEY TREASURER Founded at University of California. 1900. Polonium Chapter installed in 1937. Active Chapters: Nineteen. Colors: Yellow, Green, White. FACULTY MEMBER Dr. Helen M. Dyer FACULTY MEMBERS Frances Kirkpatrick . . . Kathryn M. Towne. ACTIVE MEMBERS Winifred Alvather . . . Elizabeth Holden . . . Cecelia Ksiazek . . . Jessie Lamb . . . Ann Lehman . . . Philomena Magota . . . Virginia Salisbury . . . Lucille Sell . . . Mar- celine Shinker . . . Loraine Williams. First Row: Lehman, Salisbury, Lamb, Ksiozek. Second Row Magoto, Holden, Sell, Alvather, Whitbeck. ACTIVE MEMBERS Jean Dunham . . . Ellis Feer . . . Mary M. McBurney . . . Marian Kies . . . Anna Riley . . . Dorothy Sislen. PLEDGE Mary Shonk Founded at George Washington University, January 7, 1932. Colors: Purple and White. Flower: Violet. OFFICERS JESSIE LAMB PRESIDENT VIRGINIA SALISBURY VICE-PRESIDENT CECELIA KSIAZEK SECRETARY ANN LEHMAN TREASURER ALPHA PI EPSILON fpfig! [ 67 ] PHI DELTA GAMMA OFFICERS NELLE SHANNON PRESIDENT DOROTHY VEON VICE PRESIDENT HELEN LOUISE TREMBLEY RECORDING SECRETARY DORA IHLE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY GLADYS ANDERSON TREASURER Founded at University of Maryland, 1923. George Washington Chapter installed December 17, 1927. Active Chapters: Eleven. Colors: Gold, White, and Black. Flower: Yellow Rose. FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Arthur E. Burns . . . Alan Deibert ... Dr. John Donaldson ... Dr. George Henning . . . James Murdock ... Dr. A. Curtis Wilgus. ACTIVE MEMBERS Theo C. Adams . . . James Bassford . . . William Bilden . . . Richard Burns ... A. William Buschman . . . Kenneth Byrns . . . Wilbur Chase . . . John Dean . . . Robert Dearth . . . Charles E. Spencer Fulton . . . Robert Garlick . . . Marcel P. Van Hemert . . . Clyde Manschrek . . . Harold Midkiff . . . Paul Oberlin . . . Roger Squitero. Bassford, 6 Iden Buschman, Chase, Deartn Manschrec Squitero. Ayre, Claussen, Donze. Ihle, Sifferd, Trembley. ACTIVE MEMBERS Gladys Anderson . . . Pearl Anderson . . . Lena Artz . . . Katherine Asbury . . . Marguerite Atchison . . . Isabel Babb Jean Benton . . . Gertrude Bogan . . . Hazel Borden . . . Susan Boyer . . . Ruth Brown . . . Agnes Carlin . . . Clarita Claussen . . . Dorothy Corson . . . Rhoda Coulson . . . Thelma Donze . . . Ruth Dick . . . Corinna DiJulian . . . Frances Doty . . . Mary Doyle . . . Dorothy Dreese . . . Feme Duvall . . . Helen Fadden . . . Elizabeth Fielden . . . Rebecca Fowler . . . Bertha Gay . . . Margaret Gibson . . . Mildred Green . . . Lucille Harris . . . Mary Henderson . . . Clara Hiller . . . Priscilla Holcombe . . . Laskey Howard . . . Fern Hull . . . Dora Ihle . . . Alice Jewell . . . Martha Jianos . . . Carolyn Just . . . Virginia Kinnard . . . Gertrude Kissell . . . Anna Knight . . . Dorothy Lauder . . . Esther Lawton . . . Sara Lerch . . . Mary Macina . . . Esther Marshman . . . Elizabeth Mewshaw . . . Alice Moore . . . Margaret Moore . . . Mildred Negus . . . Frances Odor . . . Elizabeth Oskin . . . Esther Pierce . . . Florence Rice . . . Marian Scott . . . Nelle Shannon . . . Dora Shepard . . . Florence Sifferd . . . Mary Smith . . . Mildred Tabb . . . Helen Thomason . . . Zola Traxler . . . Helen Trembley . . . Dorothy Veon . . . Mary Warren . . . Rose Wildman. Founded at Georgetown University, January 25, 1920. Eta Chapter in- stalled December 15, 1921. Publication: The Galley. Active Chapters: Nine. Colors: Black and Gold. OFFICERS A. WILLIAM BUSCHMAN PRESIDENT THEO C. ADAMS VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM BI LDEN SECRETARY ROGER SQUITERO TREASURER DELTA PHI EPSILDN [691 CHI UPSILON Founded at the University of Oklahoma, 1920. Epsilon Chapter installed in 1931. Active Chapters: Five. Colors: Burnt Umber and French Blue. Flower: Sweet Pea (Blue). o FACULTY MEMBERS Charles Blivens . . . W. P. Briggs . . . F. Fortunato . . . L. G. Gramling . . . W. Hazelton. ACTIVE MEMBERS A. O. Benson . . . S. M. Bialek . . . Morris Bortnick . . . M. O. Box . . . E. E. Chalfont . . . G. O. Chilcoat . . . J. R. Connor . . . Coran . . . F. D. Cottril . . . O. E. Edmonston . . . Friedson . . . H. Haft . . . D. F. Hall . . . R. Klipp . . . S. Konahov . . . David Lease . . . Richard Lease . . . E. M. Levy . . . Helen MacDonald . . . R. W. Manon . . . F. Mattingly . . . G. Miller . . . James Mitchell . . . Walter Moyer . . . E. G. Myers . . . Albert Nathanson . . . S. R. Newhouse . . . N. O. Shinsky . . . S. H. Pearson . . . D. L. Rice . . . I. E. Roop . . . R. L. Rubin . . F. H. Sandison ... A. Saury . . . P. Shapiro . . . L. O. Sherman . . . S. Simkowitz . . . D. W. Smith . . . W. R. Spence . . . H. Tagtle . . . G. S. Thomas . . . J. F. Tucker . . . M. T. Turney . . . T. W. Tusing . . . Emil Volchko . . . J. Wolfe . . . P. R. Young. OFFICERS CLARA H. RICHARDS PRESIDENT ELIZABETH KEHOE VICE PRESIDENT ETHEL JENKINS SECRETARY BEULAH DRAKE TREASURER Seated: Young P ' ofesso Hazleton. Turney, Myers Dean Briggs, Tucke ' , Cottrill, Professor Gramling Professor Bliven. Second Row: Lease, Roop, Edmond son, Thomas, Spence McDonald, Benson. Gass Newhouse, Sana son, Sherman Haft, Simkowitz. Chalfont. Back Row: Conner, Mattingly, Leise, Coran, Smith, Rice, Pearson, Tusing Chilcoat Hall Manon Miller, Saury. Klipp. ALUMNAE Helene Aldrich . . . Elaine Arnaud . . . Alida Bassler . . . Louise Baxley . . . Hazel Borden . . . Harriet Bundick . . . Florence Chapin . . . Elizabeth Cullen . . . Edna Davis . . . Verda Dougherty . . . Beulah Drake . . . Catharine Eberly . . . Helen Fleck . . . Susan Futterer . . . Elizabeth Hill . . . Frances Johnson . . . Elizabeth Kehoe . . Louella Lowe . . . Helen Masson . . . Marguerite Matthews . . . Frances Odor . . . Margaret Primm . . . Beatrice Raw . . . Angela Schoenherr . . . Frances Willoughby . . . Grace Willoughby. MEMBERS Marion Jaster . . . Ethel Jenkins . . . Almira Lytle . . . Clara Richards . . . Marion Scott. ES PLEDGES William Barnett . . . Edward Bates . . . M. Cohen . . . Alvin Flickinger Gertrude Friedman . . . Jane Gass . . . Phillip Houseman . . . W. H. Hunter ... Sol Iroff . . . Daniel Kotter . . . P. S. Kullman . . . Alfred Lawson . . . Agnes O ' Boyle . . . Lewis Rinovato . . . Fred Solomon. Founded at George Washington University, 1928. Color: Purple. Flower: ' Papaver Somniferrum. " OFFICERS E. GORDON MYERS PRESIDENT JOHN F. TUCKER VICE-PRESIDENT MARY T. TURNEY SECRETARY DALE F. COTTRIL TREASURER MORTAR AND PESTLE SOEIETY r 7i i ALPHA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS WILLIAM C. LAXTON PRESIDENT WILLIS O. DAVIS VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM W. WILEY SECRETARY WILLIAM F. LEFFLER TREASURER PHILLIP T. GRECO MASTER OF RITUALS National Professional Commerce Fraternity. Founded at New York Uni- versity, October 5, 1904. Beta Mu Chapter installed May 6, 1933. Pub- lications: National, ' The Diary " ; Local, " The Beta Muser. Active Chap- ters: Forty-five. Colors: Gold and Navy Blue. Flower: Yellow Tea Rose. FACULTY MEMBERS Orton W. Boyd ... A. Rex Johnson . . . Ralph D. Kennedy . . . Richard N. Owens . . . Harold G. Sutton. ACTIVE MEMBERS Fred W. Barber . . . Carl A. Betsch . . . Jack C. Bradley . . . Henry M. Cunningham . . . Willis O. Davis . . . Joseph P. Finley . . . William H. Gammon . . . Phillip T. Greco . . . Fred R. Hanscom . . . Charles W. Houlihan . . . Keary L. Hill . . . William C. Laxton . . . William F. Leffler . . . Winson J. Light . . . Robert C. Menely . . . John P. Thompson . . . William W. Wiley . . . Fred R. Youngblood . . . John S. Zubrecky . . . Joseph Zubrecky. PLEDGES Charles Baldwin . . . Clifford Houff . . . Philip Oliver . . . Robert C. Winthrop, Jr. Left: A few candid shots of the Univer- sity. Opposite: Meetings of profes- sional groups, Alpha Kappa Psi and Chi Upsilon, and of a department so- ciety, the French Club. THE ENGINEERS EOUNEIL OFFICERS CARL G. ESTABROOK President GUY B. WATSON Vice-President GEORGE P. KALV Secretary LEON TEPPER Treasurer MORGAN PERCY Social Chairman Student Governing Body of the School of Engineering REPRESENTATIVES Murray Berdick . . . Carl G. Estabrook . . . Francis Finan . . . Benedict J. Genua . . . George Kalv . . . William Kyne . . Robert P. Lathrop . . . Morgan F. Percy . . . Robert H. Randall . . . Leon Tepper . . . Guy B. Watson. Dean Feiker and all the lads chop down the old pine tree, put it up on Lisner Terrace, wire it and light it . . . and the campus has a Christmas tree, a present from the engineers. Rapid removal of the advertisement for the Engineers Ball which an ‘ unknown party” painted on the roof of the tin tabernacle. The dance was a success anyway, as wit- ness the jitterbugs. [ Seated: Murayama, Finan, Professor Cruickshanks, Dean Feiker, Butterworth, Ritter, Goff. Rabineau. First Row, standing: Whitley, Cahn, Harrison, Bailey. Ballou, Si be rt , Tepper, Machen. Back Row: Reed, Haupt, Lyon, Gaines, Vance, Lathrop. Myers, McCullotgh, Deidick. Lawrence, Holcomb, Lange, Redinger, Inman, Watson. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS ROBERT BUTTERWORTH President JULIUS C. RITTER Vice-President JOHN GOFF Secretary MORTON RABINEAU Treasurer MEMBERS W. B. Bailey . . . R. Butterworth . . . R. D. Cahn . . . T. Dennen . . . R. Fenton F. K. Finan . . . A. S. Fuller . . . W. Gaines . . . J. Goff . . • J. H. Harrison . . . H. Inman . . . R. Lathrop . . . S. W. Lange . . . R. J. Lawrence . . . F. B. Leonard . . . W. P. Lynn . . . D. Lyon . . . S. Machen . . . F. Mintz . . . S. Murayama . . . S. Myers . . . S. J. Noble . . . W. H. Penn . . . M. Rabineau . . . J. C. Ritter . . . W. B. Siebert . . . G. B. Watson. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS ROBERT H. RANDALL, JR. President JAMES ROY MICHAEL Vice-President HARRY A. BALMER Secretary PHILLIP CROSSFIELD Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Carl H. Walther . . . George Strollo MEMBERS Dan Andrich . . . Harry Balmer . . . Robert Buard . . . Phillip Crossfield . . . George Cunney . . . Walter Douglass . . . John D. Fitch . . . Benjamin Genua . . . Don Gulbrandson . . . Benjamin E. Jones . . . Charles Langley . . . James Michael . . . Thomas Pastoriza . . . Morgan Percy . . . Robert Randall . . . William Randall . . . George Strollo . . . Morgan Thomas . . . Carl H. Walther . . . Harry Wright . . . Victor Zukowski. P rsf Re Strollo. Crossfield, Fitch, Walther. Randall, Michael. Jones, Balmer. Back Row: Percy, Randall. Pastoriza. Langley. Cunney. Zukow$k : , Andricn. Thomas Douglass Buard. Gulbrandson. «! II - 1 it 14 George Washington University Student Branch FACULTY MEMBER Professor Albert G. Ennis MEMBERS William W. Balwanz . . . Glenn Resh Bange . . . William D. Beebe . . . Evert G. Bennett Merrill R. Brown . . . James Edward Cowling . . . Scott Ebrite . . . Carl G. Estabrook . . . Earl W. Emerson . . . George F. Gemunder . . . Theodore L. Hall ... Ira K. Jones . . John E Jackson . . . George P. Kalv . . . William B. Kyne . . . John P. McAdams . . . Merwyn N. McKnight . . . Malcolm R. Moore . . . Clarence J. Myers . . . John Mandel Parakevas George Pida . . . Edward Rixse . . . Edgar J. Roccati . . . August F. Sachs . . . George E. Sangster . . . Edmund D. Schreiner . . . John Henry Shepherd, Jr. . . . Robert M. Sime . . . Claude Sizemore . . . Allen D. Slocum . . . Charles Snow . . . John W. H. Spencer . . . Earl Stephenson . . . Jerome Stein . . . Harold B. Thomasson . . . Dominic Toffolo . . . Ivan Washburn . . . Stanley Whalen. OFFICERS GEORGE PIDA President WILLIAM D. BEEBE Vice-President EDWARD RIXSE Secretary EDWARD RIXSE Treasurer AMERICAN INSTITUTE DF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Seated ' Schulte. Estabrook, Dean Feiker Pida, Professor Ennis, Thomasson, Roccati. Standing: Professor c itch, Brown, Holcomb, Stein, Clifford, Kalv, Myers, McKnight, Toffolo, Criswell. Shepherd, Moore, Ferguson. Snow. I First Row Balwan:, Butterwortn Estabrook Finan. McKnight, Nathanson. Olsen, Olson. Second Row: Parrott Penn Randall, Tepper, Thomas. Watson, Wright. WILLIAM W. BALWANZ . , . Glencoe, Ohio Engineering, B E E Sigma Tau; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROBERT BUTTERWORTH Washington, D. C. Engineering, B.S. in M E. Theta Tau CARL GALLIHER ESTABROOK Chevy Chase, Md. Engineering. B.E.E. Chi Psi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Theta Tau; Student Council; Engineers Council. FRANCIS KENNEDY F INAN Cumberland, Md. Engineering. B.S. in M.E. Theta Tau; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Engineers Council. MERWYN NEWELL McKNIGHT Arlington. Va. Engineering. B.E.E. Sigma Tau; Theta Tau; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MEMBERS IRWIN B. NATHANSON Washington, D. C. Engineering B.S. Phi Epsilon Pi, President; Sigma Tau: Omicron Delta Kappa: Hatchet, Business Manager. Board of Editors Student Council Forum Director; Freshman Debate: Varsity Debate; Cue and Curtain, Assistant Business Man- ager; Freshman Club, President; Sophomore Club, Social Chairman; Intramural Fencing. LIEF OLIVER OLSEN Virginia, Minn. Engineering B.S. in M.E. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Tau. WALTER AUGUST OLSON Takoma Park, Md. Engineering, B.S. Sigma Tau. WILLIAM M. PARROTT Washington, D. C. Engineering, B.S. in E.E. Sigma Tau. WILLIAM H. PENN Jackson, Miss. Engineering, B.S. in M.E. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Theta Tau; Cherry Tree; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT HENRY RANDALL ..... Washington, D. C. {Engineering, B.S. in C.E. Sigma Tau; Theta Tau; Glee Club; Varsity Rifle Team; Engineers Council; American Society of Civil Engineers. LEON TEPPER . . Washington, D. C. Engineering, B.S. Theta Tau; Engineers Council; Propellor Club. ALONZO MORGAN THOMAS, JR. . Washington, D. C. Engineering. B.S. in C.E. Theta Tau; American Society of Chemical Engineers. GUY B. WATSON, JR Kokomo, Ind. Engineering. B.S. in M.E. Varsity Football; Engineers Council, Vice-President. HARRY OTIS WRIGHT, JR Richmond, Va. Engineering, B.S. in C.E. Acacia; Theta Tau; American Society of Civil Engineers, President, Vice-President. THETA TAU OFFICERS C. G. ESTABROOK President G. B. WATSON Vice-President J. C. RITTER Secretary R. W. SCHULTE Treasurer National Professional Engineering Fraternity Founded at University of Minnesota. October 15. 1904. Gamma Beta Chapter installed March 16. 1935. Publication: " The Gear. " Colors: Red and Gold. Active Chapters: Twenty- eight. Flower: Jacqueminot. FACULTY MEMBERS Norman B. Ames . . . Frank A. Hitchcock HONORARY MEMBERS George O. Sanford . . . Dean Frederick M. Feiker MEMBERS Wood J. Armstrong . . . Ewing J. Ballou . . . Merrill Reynolds Brown . . . Robert Butterworth . . . Raphael D. Cahn . . .Patrick A. Clifford . . . Phil Crossfield . . . Carl G. Estabrook . . . Richard L. Fenton . . . Francis K. Finan . . . Benedict Joseph Genua . . . Harry C. Inman . . . George P. Kalv . . . Frederick Morse Holcomb . . . William Stanley Machen . . . Merwyn N. McKnight . . . William M. Mooney . . . Robert E. Morgan . . . Samuel B. Myers . . . William H. Penn . . . Morgan Percy . . . George Pida . . . Morton Rabineau . . . Robert H. Randall . . . William Randall . . . Julius C. Ritter . . . Rowland Schultze . . . Samuel James Solt . . . Earl Donald Stephenson . . . Leon Tepper . . . Alonzo Morgan Thomas . . . Harold B. Thomasson . . . Dominic Samuel Toffolo . . . Guy B. Watson . . . Robert G. Weston First Row: Ballou, Berdick, Brown. Butterworth Cahn, Clifford, Crossfield, Estabrook, Fenton, Finan, Holcomb. Second Row: Inman, Kalv, Kyne, Machen, MacKnight, Penn, Percy, Pida, Randall, Ritter, Shulte. Third Row: Stephenson Tepper, Thomas, Thomasson, Watson, Weston, Wright. Founded at University of Nebraska, February 22, 1904. Xi Chapter installed April 18, 1921. Publication: The Pyramid. Active Chapters: Twenty-three. Colors: Yale Blue and White. Flower: White Carnation. OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Frederick M. Feiker . . . Professor Frank A. Hitchcock . . . Professor Norman B. Ames . . . Professor Benjamin C. Cruickshanks . . . Professor Arthur F. Johnson . . . Professor Charles E. Cook . . . Professor Alfred G. Ennis MEMBERS Ellsworth W. Bassett . . . Benjamin Borchelt . . . William W. Balwanz . . . Murray Berdick . . . Daryl L. Criswell . . . August John Daschke . . Russell M. Dyer . . . Daniel H. Gagon . . . John C. Goff . . . Don I. Gulbrandson . . . Francis L. Hermach . . Francis H. Hursh . . . John E. Jackson . , . Robert P. Lathrop . . . James R. Michael . . . Sidney Magnes . . . Merwyn N. McKnight . . . Irwin B. Nathanson . . . Lief Olsen . . . Walter A. Olson . . . William M. Parrott . . . George E. Petretic . . . Morton Rabineau . . . Edgar J Roccatti . . . Robert H. Randall . . . August F. Sachs . . . George E. Sangster . . . Richard D. Wallace. ROBERT P. LATHROP President ROBERT H. RANDALL Vice-President AUGUST F. SACHS Secretary MERWYN N. McKNIGHT Treasurer SIGMA TAG Seated, First Row: Roccati, Gulbrandson, Nathanson, Hursh, Olsen, Goff. Seated. Second Row: Randall, Sachs, Berdick, Lathrop, McKnight. Standing: Rabineau, Professor Cruickshanks, Daschke, Bassett, Gagon, Magnes, Jackson, Parrott Borchelt, Professor Johnson, Criswell, Michael. Balwanz. Hermach, Dean Feiker. Frolessor Ennis. Cifllt iiaifx ; " . 1 i J s 1 L 1 ► i .XI NX v The organizations and activities on the campus are so many and so varied that there is at least one to suit every student ' s talents and inclinations. There are publica- tions and forensics, Glee Clubs and ath- letics, religious clubs and departmental groups, and a number of student governing bodies. This year, the Hatchet has continued to be one of the stronger activities on the campus, publishing its weekly issues, and attracting all budding journalists to its ranks. Cue and Curtain was also busy with three major productions and a number of minor ones on its schedule. The Glee Clubs have had an outstanding year, climaxed by a joint recital with the University of Mary- land Glee Club and a program with the National Symphony Orchestra. The newly-formed Religious Council di- rected the activities of the religious clubs, while another young organization W. S. G. A., oriented the freshmen in the fall and put on a successful May Day in the spring. Throughout the year, the Student Council functioned smoothly in coordinating the activities of all the various organizations. Left, broadcast by the International Students Society. Below, the Band, the Ward Society, and the Glee Club. Lower left, the " Cherry Tree ” office. Opposite page, the " Hatchet " staff at work and play. AIM OPEN LETTER TO THE CLASS OF 1941 FROM THE ALUMNI Dear Alumnus: The General Alumni Association extends greetings and a warm invitation to the Class of 1941 to join in the work of the Association for the welfare of the University and the strengthening of personal ties among its graduates and former students. A continuing interest in the University should be a part of the heritage of every graduate, and the alumni organizations are the channels which give direction and expression to this interest. They are a means through which alumni and former students may join in extending and increasing the investment r hich their years at the University have given them. Personal ties among graduates of the University are strengthened and renewed by means of regular alumni meetings in Washington and in various cities through- out the country, and by means of the Alumni Review. " Very sincerely yours, dr. ROBERT H HARMON THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. President THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSHCIATIDN OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DR. ROBERT H. HARMON President LESTER A. SMITH Executive Secretary DR. WILLIAM BINFORD KING .... Medical Society HARRY H. SEMMES Law Association JANET FEIKER Library Science WATSON DAVIS Engineer Alumni Association Club Arkansas Baltimore Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas . Denver . . Detroit . . Kansas City Los Angeles Milwaukee Nebraska New York REGIONAL ALUMNI CLUBS President H. HOWARD COCKRILL JUDGE HARVEY C. 8ICKEL SAMUEL W. KIPNIS DR. DAVID R. COVELL HON. ALVIN J. PEARSON HAROLD M. YOUNG RONALD A. SILVER FRANKLIN C. KNOCK EDWARD L. SCHEUFLER CHA RLES A. SUNDERLIN DR. ELEANORE S. CUSHING OLAF W. OSNES FRITZ VON BRIESEN Club Oklahoma City . Philadelphia . . . Philippine Islands Pittsburgh . . . . Portland. Oregon p uerto Rico Richmond St. Louis San Francisco Seattle Toledo . . Tulsa Utah President DR. ANGELO C. SCOTT . WILLIAM E. ZIMMERMAN PROF. LINO J. CASTILLEJO . . WILLIAM H. PARMELEE . MRS. HOWARD A. KING DR. RAMON RUIZ NAZARIO DR. JOHN A. ROLLINGS PHINEAS H. LAMPHERE WILLIAM S. GRAHAM OSCAR A. ZABEL . . LaDOW JOHNSTON . . THEODORE RINEHART . DR. WILLIAM F. BEER GOVERNMENT CLUBS Interior Club SAMUEL J. FLICKINGER Justice Club HOWARD P. LOCKE THE COLUMBIAN WOMEN i MISS MARGARET R. PEPPER President OFFICERS MARGARET R. PEPPER . . ALICE HUTCHINS DRAKE HELEN GANTLEY . . . . MRS. DeWITT BENNETT . . ELIZABETH MIDDLEMAS . MRS. THOMAS B. BROWN CATHERINE JOHNSON . SARAH LERCH President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Assistant Corresponding Secretary Treasurer . Assistant Treasurer Historian Founded in 1894, under the leadership of Miss Mary Charlotte Priest, A.B. 1893, A.M. 1901, Columbian Women is the largest and most active women ' s organi- zation in the George Washington Univer- sity. The advancement of women in edu- cational work has been for many years one of the principle objectives of the Co- lumbian Women. A substantial scholar- ship fund has been built up from life mem- bership dues and a larger number of scholarships have been granted to women students in the University. Columbian Women has always maintained close con- tact with the University administration and gives its full support to the promo- tion of all interests of the University. The following are eligible for active membership in Columbian Women: Any woman who for one year has been a reg- ularly registered student in the University, provided she shall have received credit for thirty semester hours of work; any woman member of the Faculties, or Board of Trustees; any woman on the Adminis- trative Staff; the wife or recognized head of the household of any member of the Faculties, Board of Trustees, or the Ad- ministrative Staff; and any woman recip- ient of an honorary degree from the Uni- versity. Graduate women students and wives of graduate men students are eligi- ble for associate membership, having all privileges of membership except those of voting and holding office. First Row: Allen, Apter. Baker. Bean, Berdick, Bowen. Second Row: McClenon, Burnett, Gee, Genua, Giles, Hill. Tnird Row: Lowry. Mann, McCall, MicHelson Pope, ScuHock. THE STUDENT E01NEIL OFFICERS FRANK MANN ANNA BEAN HALEY SCURLOCK . . HERB LINDSAY . WILLIAM ZELLER ROYE LOWRY . . MURRAY BERDICK President Secretary Advocate . . , Comptroller Program Director Forum Director Publicity Director Keith Adamson Edgar Ba e ' Richard Bauersteld Anne Blackistone MEMBERS Carter Bowen Charles Carlson Helen Carstarphen Ruth Gehrke Benedict Genua Joan Giles Gretchen Hill Tom McCall Paul McClenon Harry Mlchelson Ed Gee George Pope Kimber Vought Harriet Wallis [ 86 ] WOMEN’S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Founded at George Washington University, August, 1939 Publication: W. S. G. A. Handbook OFFICERS KAY BOWEN JANE McGRAW MINA BROWN MARY JO OSLIN MARY SHONK JANE SNIDER ELSIE CARPER MARJORIE WILKINS President .... First Vice-President . Second Vice-President .... Secretary .... Treasurer Freshman Delegate . Member-at-Large . Member-at-Large First Row: 8o en, Brown, Carper Second Row: McGraw, Wilkins. [ 87 ] MEN ' S GLEE ELLIN ROBERT H. HARMON Director GRACE R. HARMON Accompanist TENORS Don Balfour William Creighton Hugh Horton Don Rush J. Guy Ballou Courtland Davis James Mandelbaum Vance Shiflett Rumsey Berry James Paris Cameron Marsh Grant Sherk Donald Brasted Robert Geran John Mellor Bernard Slebos John Britt Anthony Gandolfo John Mitchell James White Charles Burton William Hammond Morris Ossias Charles Williamson Edward Butler Alfred Hodqeson Lee Page Charles Cash William Holloway William Powers BASSES Alvin Brock Wilmot Fitzgerald William McAleer Lawrence Robinson George Carter Charles Fugitt Milton Mintz Stanton Russell Howard Chapman Howard Goheen Joseph Newlin Talbert Smith Boswell Clark Iverson Hutton Robert Randall Kimber Vought Eugene Costello John Johnson Frank Relfsnyder Evart Warren Charles Daugherty James Klaasse Anthony Reitman Harry Ehrmantrout John Mantell Robert Roadley [ 88 ] WOMEN’S GLEE ELEB ROBERT H. HARMON . . . GRACE R. HARMON Director Accompanist Jean Allen Mina Brown Emalene Burnette Margaret Butterfield Evelyn Byers Frances Campbell Lou isa Coll Doris Conklin Phyllis Botta Lindsley Brown Norene Burnett Helen Marie Byers Phyllis Coolc Marion Choisser Marcia Crocker Charlene Bailey SOPRANOS Margaret Copeland Raymonde Dooley Betty Egloff Marguerite Eyster Elise Fisher Anne Floyd Elizabeth Freyburger Cherry Frost Pauline Gish Eileen Kendrick Virginia Knauer Betty Kossow Jane Laidlaw Jean Nessell Nancy Ould Josephine Ricketts Peggy Lou Dawkins Diane Dickenson Evelyn Dresner Anne Dunbar Mary Garrett Katherine Henn Mary Ella Hopkins Patricia Hunt Ethel Hayden ALTOS Evelyn Jackson Eleanor James Aune Kangas Louise Kimble Louise Mann Virginia Melvin Elaine Peterson Jacqueline Scott Muriel Shatz Mary Sartwell Eulene Smothers Patricia Stewart Faith Sutton Evelyn Trammell Helene Wallack Ruth Warren Marjorie Wilkins Mary Shonk Jane Snyder Lora Steinbach Dulcie Teeter Evelyn Weber Nancy Ann White Kathleen Woodward Ruth Yager l I Fi t Row: Alien. Bedsworth, Cobb, Cuatt, Gaither. Second Row: Hoffman, Hughes, Salisbury, Toupasz, Wydro. CULDIVIAL CAMPUS CLUB OFFICERS LILY DHU COBB ETHEL HOFFMAN DOROTHY CUATT ESTELLE BEDSWORTH President Vice-President . . . . Secretary . Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Miss Jenny Turnbull Founded at George Washington University. 1931. Chapter House: Columbian House. Colors: Purple and White. Flower: Gardenia Estelle Bedsworth Norene Burnette Janice Butler Lily Dhu Cobb Janet Bragg Jackie Chevallai ACTIVE MEMBERS Dorothy Cuatt Ann Gaither Ann Hassell Ethel Hoffman Mabelle Hughes Elizabeth OBrien Ray Dooley Betty Jordan PLEDGES Elizabeth Toupasz Dorothy Travis Virginia Salisbury Margaret Wydro Ruth Jean Yager Ellen Watson [ 90 ] CHRISTIAN FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Wilford L. White OFFICERS JESSIE R. GARDNER . . President DAVID ALLEN PACE Reader JOHN BROSTRUP Substitute Reader DELIGHT DICKERMAN Secretary JACQUELINE CHEVALLAZ . Treas. " Wisdom is the principal thing: therefore get wisdom; and with all thy getting get understanding. " Proverbs 4:7. Christian Science Organization at the George Washington University is one of seventy-two such organizations in universities and colleges through- out the world. A reception is held each fall to acquaint students and faculty mem- bers with the Organization and a lec- ture is given during the school year by a member of the Board of Lec- tureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Meetings of the Organization are held in Columbian House at 8:10 P.M. on the first and third Thursdays of the month. Authorized books and periodicals on Christian Science, in- cluding the international daily news- paper, the Christian Science Monitor, are available in the University Li- brary. THE AES Founded, 1939. Purpose: To organ- ize and foster fellowship among pre- medical students on campus and to give them a general preview of the medical field. OFFICERS SERUCH KIMBLE . . . President JOSEPH KOLKER . Vice-President LORENZ ZIMMERMAN . Secretary JACK KLEH Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Donald B. Young MEMBERS Evelyn Dresner. Marian Freehafer, Jason Geiger, Sidney Goldensohn, David Johnsen, Seruch Kimble. Jack Kleh, Joseph Kolker, Seymour Lip- schultz, Milton Rein, Thomas Stone. Lorenz Zimmerman. SEIENEE ORGANIZATION (Founded at George Washington University, 1931) ElILAPIAN SDEIETY (Honorary Pre-Medical) First Row: Freehafer, Kimble, Dressner. Second Row: Geiger, Johnson lipschultz, Stone. Third Row: Rein, Goldensohn. Zimmerman. [ 91 ] First Row: Adamson, Berry. Second Row: Blackistone, Dewey. ALLEN DEWEY ELAINE BERRY OFFICERS . . President ANN BLACKISTONE Vice-President KEITH ADAMSON . . . . . Secretary Business Manager SCHEDULE November 5, 6 " Margin For Error " Bob Dearth, Keith Adamson, Blake Erlich December 5, 6 ... . Two student-directed one-act plays Clinton Braine, Jack Salamanca, Directors May Annual January 9, 10 " Stage Door " Mary Ella Hopkins. Tony Fritchard April 1,2 Three original one-act plays Ray Arceneaux, Albert Tate, Allen Dewey, Authors . . Final Three-act production Banquet A 1 1 ; ■ 8 Cue and Curtain continued its upward trend this year through the competent pro- duction of " Margin For Error " and " Stage Door, " gaining new success and new prestige on campus. But the drama organization has had other projects besides that of presenting such modern three-act plays. The club has this year found time to devote to several other plans of work. Due to the new point membership system inaugurated last year, new applicants were presented to the members in student-directed one-act plays. Also this year, the club has continued its policy of sponsoring a one-act playwriting contest with the result that the three best plays were presented in early spring. The winners were " Some Walk Crooked, " by Ray Arceneaux; " Beauty in the Moonlight, " by Albert Tate, " and " A Row to Hoe, " by Allen Dewey. This season the club branched into another field of the drama — radio. Several short programs usings student talent for acting as well as writing went on the air during the fall with regular weekly programs planned throughout the spring months. Enthusiastic preparations were made for the final production of the year which took place in the late spring. With such a full schedule, with such enthusiastic participants in the many different aspects of the stage, and with the soon to be completed audito- rium solving many of the technical problems, Cue and Curtain seems to have finally hit her stride as an efficient, successful, independent campus organization. BERRY PETERSON COPELAND SAMPSON ANNE THOMAS Editor FRED YOUNGBLOOD Business Manager THE BOARD ANNE THOMAS FRED YOUNGBLOOD . . . ELAINE PETERSON MARGARET COPELAND . . . ELAINE BERRY JUSTINE SAMPSON OF EDITORS Editor Business Manager Photographic Editor Copy and Stenographic Editor Organizations Editor Art Editor SUE BURNETT who served on the Board of Editors until December. THE BOARD IRA BROWN HELEN CARSTARPHEN OF EDITORS IRWIN NATHANSON ABE SIMON GRETCHEN HILL BRUCE SKAGGS who served on the Senior Staff the first semester and on the Sub-Editorial Staff the second. Brown, Carstarphen, Nathanson, Simon, Skaggs. JUNIOR STAFF Anna Bean . . . Mary Carol Biese- mier . . . Betty Bruce . . . Betty Colburn . . . Bill Craver . . . Patricia Farrell . . . Joan Giles . . . Jim Gnam . . . Barbara Hamblin . . . Maxine Jackson . . . Haynes Mahoney . . . Hugh McLaughlin . . . Mary Millikan . . . Catherine Moore . . . Patricia Moore . . . Milton Mintz . . . Phyllis Sparks . . . George Stake- man . . . Bill Umstead . . . Alice Waldron. THE SENIOR STAFF James Dowd . . . Joe Bob Gale . . . Burnell Martinson . . . Ward Mc- Cabe . . . Sue McNeese . . . Eileen O’Connor . . . Carolyn Parkinson . . . Marjorie Wilkins. First Row Bean, Biesemier, Hamblin, Jackson, McLaughlin. Second Row: Moore, Mintz, Stakeman, Umstead, Waldron. GALE McNEESE O’CONNOR PARKINSON WILKINS HATCHET THE JUNIOR STAFF George Beveridge . . . Bruce Bryan . . . Emaline Burnette . . . Helen Duckson . . . Margaret Floeckher . . . Kathryn Hershey . . . Simpson Hollabaugh . . . Ralph Hop- kins . . . Jack Jervey . . . Nancy Kelly . . . Sally Lewis . . . David Lyons . . . William McGhee . . . Regina Miller ... Ira Pearl- man . . . Eileen Shanahan . . . Peggy Shea . . . Sarah Jane Williams. First Row: Hamler, Hughes, Moore, Parki nson. Second Row: Rose, Umstead. THE SENIOR STAFF Herbert Benjamin . . . Melvin Bers . . Charles Daugherty . . . Dollie Hamler . Mabelle Hughes . . . Haynes Mahoney . . . Harry Miche ' son . . . Catherine Moore . . . Caro Parkinson . . . Jules Rose . . . Bill Umstead. Seated: Professor Deibert Jam?s Nikula. Skolianik, Sze, Feraris. Schaler. Standing: Gustafson Near?. on, Ibane: Kongas, Lakas, Popescu, Santos. Jimenez, Sholtes, Wilson. Cariaga. INTERMTIOML STUDENT SIIEIETY Founded at George Washington University, 1931 Chapter House: 2121 G. Street. N. W. FACULTY ADVISER Alan T. Deibert OFFICERS LILY NIKULA . . . . Finland OTTO SCHALER . . . Germany President Recording Secretary HELEN SKOLIANIK Czechoslovakia KENNETH SZE China Vice President Treasurer FLORENCE JAMES United States IRMA GONZALEZ . . . . Puerto Rico Corresponding Secretary Historian MEMBERS PAUL ABE Japan NICHOLAS LAKAS Greece KATHARINE BAART The Netherlands DONALD LUBIN Prussia WILLIAM BAILEY United States MANUEL MENDEZ Panama ALBRECHT BARSlS Austria RUTH MICHAELSON United States GUSTAVO B 61 AVAL Puerto Rico MARGARET MITCHELL United States HENRI BERNARD France LILLIAN NAGY Hungary FRANCES BUCK United States ANNE NEAMON Greece ELIZABETH BURNETT United States LILY NIKULA . . Finland GLORIELA CALVO Panama SEIKO NISHlO . . . Japan JOSEPH CARIAGA Philippines SHIEN-CHIH PONG China ALEX CASTRO El Salvador VALENTINA POPESCU Rumania LUISA COLL Venezuela FERNANDO RIVERA Puerto Rico MIGUEL CORRO Panama MRS. MARIA ROCCA Italy PEDRO CORRO Panama SYLVESTER SANTOS . . Philippines DALYS ESCOFFERY Panama OTTO SCHALER Germany SEVERING FERARIS Philippines ELEANOR SHOLTES United States GONZALO GARLAND Peru HELEN SKOLIANIK Czechoslovakia IRMA GONZALEZ Puerto Rico LUCIE SPRINGARN Austria SELMA GUSTAVSON Sweden HELMOT STERN . . Germany WILLIAM HEATWOLE United States LORNA STEWART United States LAURA HOLMQUIST Sweden KENNETH SZE China JOSE IBANEZ Puerto Rico MARCEL VAN HEMERT The Netherlands FLORENCE JAMES United States HENDRIK VIETOR The Netherlands CARLOS JIMENEZ Puerto Rico VLASTA VLODEK Czechoslovakia IRENE JOHNSON Sweden MIRIAM WELDIE Brazil ANNE KANSAS Finland MARJORIE WILKINS United States BETTY KOSSOW Russia OTIS WILSON United States SADI KOYLAN Turkey WOLF WITTENBERG England CATHERINE YEH . . . China [96 1 Seated: Hite, Mendez, James. Standing: Hartman. Duckson, Larson, Voerge. Trade, Hansberry, Hartrock, Gilmore. Professor Deibert. LE CERCLE FRMEAIS UNIVERSIT 1IRE Founded at George Washington University, 1929 Colors: White and Gold. Flower: Fleur-de-lis OFFICERS MANUEL MENDEZ SADI KOYLAN MARJORIE HITE . . . . FLORENCE JAMES President Vice-President . . . . Secretary . Treasurer ADVISERS Irene Cornwell Allan T. Deibert HONORARY PRESIDENT George N. Henning MEMBERS Emily Allen Helen Duckson Jean Jackson Patricia Orr Jean Allen Gertrude Edelson Florence James Jacqueline Owen May Babcock Athol Gilmore Betty Kossow Helen Roberts Charles Barret Roland Given Sadi Koylan Jacqueline Scott Mary Biesmeier James Granier Jack Larson Betty Tracie Richard Burns Alice Hansberry Esther C. Lawton Kenneth Tze Robert Chambreau Eleanor Harllee Donald Lubin Helen Voerge Nicholas Cokenias Constance Hartman Marjorie Matthews Barbara Weers Mary Couden Frederick Hartsock Marjorie Hite Manuel Mendez James McReynolds Marjorie Wilkins [ 97 ] LESTER F. WARD SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Founded at George Washington University, 1936 Publication: " Genesis ' ' OFFICERS EOWARD T. BUTLER President DAWN IRVING Vice-President WILLIAM HEATWOLE Secretary EUGENE ELDRIDGE Treasurer MEMBERS Alonza Allison Virginia C. Dawson Ruth Hoke Kirby Payne Elwood Baker Mabel Duval Dawn Irving Vivian Payne Guy Ballou Betty Egloff Mildred Kested Flora Ramsey Phyllis Blumenthal Eugene Eldridge C. D. Kressley Shirley Schafer Sue Burrows Faiga Eliove Hope Lange Jacqueline Scott Mary Burklin Wilmot H. Fitzgerald Nell Livingston Talbert Smith Edward T. Butler Daniel Fusfeld Cyril Loudon Alma Vize Gordon Calvert Mrs. Pauline Godwin Eunice McCreary Adeline Watson Adele Chappell James Griesbaur Grace H. Melin Fern Will Constance Conklin William Heatwole Barbara Monroe Mary E. Wood Florence Colbert Lucille Herrick Joseph Newlin William Young Cecelia Daly Ella Hickerson Jesse Pavis I V81 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS SUE BURNETT President KATHRYN HERSHEY . . . Vice-President ELEANOR SHERBURNE . Recording Sec. PAULA ZIRPEL . . Corresponding Sec. KAY WOODWARD . . Assistant Secretary FLORIDA FRANKLIN Treasurer MANAGERS AND MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD ANN BAILEY Riding RUTH BRUNNER . Program Chairman MARCIA CROCKER Soccer JOAN GILES Canoeing ETHEL HOFFMAN Orchesis BETTY JORDAN . Badminton MARY LOUISA MARRON Swimming CATHERINE MOORE . Basketball CARO PARKINSON . . Ice Skating ROSELYN POPE Tennis MARY QUEALLY . . Golf VIRGINIA SALISBURY . . . LaCrosse SHIRLEY SCHAFER Fencing ELEANOR SHOLTES Rifle MARY SHONK Archery JEANNE SPAULDING Hockey PATRICIA FARRELL (newly elect) Hockey First Row: Brunner, Burnett, Crocker, Franklin. Giles, Hoffman. Second Row: Hershey, Moore, Parkinson, Sherburne, Spaulding. WOMEN’S INTRAMURAL R 0 A R 0 FACULTY ADVISER Miss Helen Lawrence OFFICERS ETHEL HOFFMAN President LINDSLEY BROWN Secretary HELEN McNEIL Treasurer DELEGATES A A II LINDSLEY BROWN X 0 MARJORIE BURCH Colonial Campus Club . LILY Dhu COBB K A JANE McELLlGOTT K K r ELAINE BERRY 1» M RUTH BRUNNER II B 1 MARGARET COPELAND X K FLORENCE JAMES Z T A 8ETTY CAMPBELL A Z HELEN McNEIL I X X FLORENCE HAVES ALTERNATES A A n . . . EULENE SMOTHERS X 8 .... ANN SMITH Colonial Campus Club ELSIE JENKINS K A ELEANOR BEACHLEY K K T SUE McNEESE + M FLORIDA FRANKLIN II B f» CHARLOTTE PATTERSON IK MURIEL RAFFERTY Z T A SHIRLEY SHAFER A Z GRETCHEN SPERRY X v REV A SCHULTZ First Row: Beachle , Berry, Brown, Brunner, Burch. Second Row: Campbell, Cobb, Copeland, Haves. Third Row: Hoffman, James, McElligott, McNeil, Wheeler. [ 99 ] WOMEN ' S VARSITY DEBATE A young and inexperienced women ' s de- bate team concluded a successful season this year. The only veteran, Elsie Carper, served as debate manager. The complete personnel consisted of Elsie Carper, Pa- tricia Coughenour, Phyllis Dorton, Leat- rice Harpster, Jessma Oslin, and Mary Jo Oslin. The first debate against West- hampton College occurred before the Petworth Women’s Club at a luncheon meeting and was followed by a trip through the South to debate Roanoke College and Randolph-Macon. A second team consisting of Leatrice Harpster and Jessma Oslin journeyed to William and Mary to engage in a panel discussion. A third trip took Elsie Carper and Mary Jo Oslin to Chicago to participate in the Delta Sigma Rho Student Congress. The final contest of the year occurred at a tea in Strong Hall where the George Washington team of Patricia Coughen- our and Phyllis Dorton met the University of Pittsburgh in an Oregon style debate. The subject used throughout the year was: Resolved, that the nations of the Western Hemisphere should form a permanent union. OTHER ORGANIZATIONS Baptist Student Union El Club Espagnol Luther Club Library Science Club Masonic Club Mathematics Club Newman Club Orchesis Riding Club Schoenfeld Deutscher Verein Speakers Bureau Strong Hall Council Swisher History Club [ 100 ] FAMILIAR SIGHTS The Band at the game The registration line Mike McKool ' s " car " The cheerleaders FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The great improvement in varsity athletics has been due in large part to the fine freshman prospects who spend one year becoming eligible scholastically and athletically. Frosh football enjoyed outstanding success by winning over Dickin- son Seminary, Maryland Frosh, and Quantico Marines. Only once did they suffer defeat, which came from the hands of Georgetown. The young Colonials ran up 21 first downs to the Hoya Yearlings’ 4, but the Georgetown jinx again proved too much for G. W. and the efforts of the hard-driving Frosh backs went for naught. Georgetown emerged with a 7-0 victory over the Buff and Blue younger set. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Even more spectacular than frosh football was Ott Zahn ' s young Colonial quintet. Out of 14 games, they were victorious in 13 losing only to the highly-rated F. B. I., 46-41. Twice this fast-breaking five defeated Georgetown and Maryland by goodly margins, and scored 74 points against the Y. M. C. A. An outstanding feature of the schedule was a victory over " Selfridge Field, " an Army team which flew here from Michigan in a " Flying Fortress. " VARSITY BASEBALL With a suicide schedule including Ohio State, Harvard, Richmond, Penn State, Georgetown, and other top-ranking college teams, varsity baseball made its bid for scholastic national recognition on intercol- legiate diamonds. A unique feature of the varsity nine’s season was the fact that they were the only collegiate team in the country to have at their displosal a major league diamond. At this writing, Griffith Stadium is slated to be the scene of many pitching duels and of many slug-fests. vV,ONM($ f j RIALS ' fi 1 Liir u • 1 BASKETBALL The Colonial basketeers of 1940-41 enjoyed the most successful season in University history. The Reinhart quintet did some of the smoothest ball handling, deceptive passing, and accurate shooting ever witnessed on a local court. Their sensational play earned them national ranking and made them a power to be reckoned with on the court. c tOBCf J usNiNcrn CEOBCe USHINGrfff CEOKE kSHI«TJI 22 £E 0 CE •ashing ra CEOBCe IASHINGTo I HS CEOWf t ceobce Hshimctj WJ k| ' JW n 0 ’• . 1 i ■Hr ' ’ ill l ■ im A 22-game schedule opened with an easy win over Washington and Lee. and was followed by outstanding victories over many Southern Conference foes. Davidson, Duke. South Carolina. Mary- land. Virginia. V. P. I., Clemson. and Fur- man fell before the fast breaking offense of the Buff and Blue. Week after week Riverside Stadium overflowed with capacity crowds that came to see the Colonials defeat the nation’s best teams. Such outstanding teams as Minnesota, Kansas State. Army, and Navy were turned back, while pow- erful Oklahoma A. M. nosed out G. W. in an overtime period 38-33. The St. John’s game was the climax of a sensational season. St. John’s, rated as the ranking team in the East, entered the fray as slight favorites. It was a crucial game for both teams, as both were fighting for a spot in the Madison S quare Garden Tournament. But from the opening whistle G. W. dominated the picture and put on one of the most amazing exhibitions of bas- ketball to win going away 59-42. However, the Colonials ' blaze of glory was short-lived — two days later, before a record-breaking crowd the Buff and Blue, while suffering from an inevitable letdown, suffered defeat before their cross-town jinx, Georgetown. Thus went G. W. ' s hopes for a tournament bid and so ended the season with a record of 18 wins and 4 losses. Right, JOE COMER Captain of the basketball team. Left, FRANK MANN Student manager of Athletics. Front Row: Gilham, Jones, Comer, Zunic, Veltri. 8ack Row: Matera. Sokol, Amendola. Fitzgerald, McNeil, Gallagher. I . 1 1 IB RUTH H. ATWELL Director Women ' s Physical Education INSTRUCTORS RUTH H. ATWELL Director HELEN LAWRENCE Assistant Professor JENNY TURNBULL Assistant Professor At least two afternoons a week, every underclass coed leaves the Student Club for Building G, where she climbs into a skirted gym suit of two-tone green. And if a gym major, she has rushed from an Orchesis renearsal to a " hockey chocolate " in the Sigma Kappa rooms; she has played basketball with Maryland coeds at four and crossed foils with her classmate at seven. One rainy Saturday in November, hockey, soccer, and tennis players threw their suits into suitcases and boarded the bus for Frederick, Maryland. In the annual sports meet with Hood College, the Colonial soccer team kicked their way to three victories over their Mary- land opponents. Home again, the sen- ior-sophomore combination emerged victorious and muddy from the " odd- even " fray, hockey ' s annual classic. Come Valentine’s week-end and tar- gets, birdies, and basketball were packed on to the Goucher-bound bus. While forward Peggy Kinsman and guard Florida Franklin danced at U. of Va. formals, the Colonial frosh, sopho- more, and juniors lost to the Maryland ELIZABETH BURTNER Instructor DR. MARGARET SICKLER Lecturer in Hygiene Below: Orchesis in rehearsal. Lower left: The rifle team: Back Row: Julia Walker, Peggy Kinsman, Shirley Shafer, Coach Hanford, Mabel McEwan. Front Row: Eleanor Sholtes, Helen Duckson, Eliz- abeth Toupasz, Barbara Simons, Julia Osmer. Lower Right: The G W. Precision Number salutes the audience at Riverside Stadium. Above: Informal session at the W. A. A. Convention. Right: Cheerleaders Mary Henshall, Miriam Jaggers, Cherrie Frost, Victoria Kuhns and Shirley Shafer fencing; Ruth Brunner and Connie Smith start a hockey game. Below, right: Winter man- agers line up in the gym. girls teams. Riding home Saturday night, tired coeds drowned their sor- rows singing " The Old Silver Goblet. " The senior basketball team had won the only G. W. victory of the week-end. Back in the Tin Tabernacle, tennis manager Roselyn Pope lost to Becky Yobst in the badminton singles. Before the feathers had cleared away, the jun- iors clinched the class championships in basketball by a 43-7 victory over their senior opponents. In the same tourna- ment, the sophomores took a 27-22 beating from the freshmen. Between seasons, star players shed their shin guards and fencing masks long enough to collect their trophies at the WAA formal banquet. Between courses, WAA president Sue Burnett handed the tennis cup to singles ' champ Camille Craig, the golf cup to Jo Merleman, winner of the fall ringer tour- nament, and fenci ng cup to Marion Pauls. Not two-tone green suits, but their gob hats and bare knees brought en- cores for feminine ice-breakers in the Third Ice Carnival of the Washington Figure Skating Club. Trained by the Riverside rink professionals, members of the figure skating classes formed a sail- orette chorus in the March show. Social upheaval of the year: In snappy buff and blue uniforms, six G. W. coeds broke into the ranks of Colonial cheer- leading. The season of 1940-41 will be long remembered as the season when Mina Brown, Cherrie Frost, Mary Gar- rett, Mary Henshall, Miriam Jaggers, and Betsey Moses gave the first female rabble rousing at a Buff and Blue cage contest. First Row. Abramson, Alden, Allen, Amendola, Appich, Baker, Bassford, Bazan. Second Row: Bedsworth, Beebe, Beij, Bellows, Betsch, Bierman, Bilden. RUTH HOHBERGER ABRAMSON . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Orchesis; Women ' s Athletic Association; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club. LOUISE CAROLYN ALDEN Chevy Chase, Md. Columbian, A B Alpha Delta Pi; Phi Pi Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Association, Social Chairman; Canterbury Club. EMILY MARGUERITE ALLEN .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Colonial Campus Club; Phi Beta Kappa. EDWARD ALEXANDER AMENDOLA . New York, N. Y. Columbian, A.B. Tau Sigma Rho; Varsity Basketball Team; Varsity Base- ball Team. ANNA VIRGINIA APPICH Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. EDGAR ROBEY BAKER, JR Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Pi Gamma Mu; Artus; " Hatchet”; Varsity Debate; Student Congress, President. Executive Council; Progressive Party, Chairman; Delegate to Model Senate of the United States; Student Council, Forensics Delegate, As- sistant Comptroller; Reform Party, Executive Council; Independent Party. Vice-President; Speakers Bureau; " Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges " ; Emma K. Carr Scholar; Student Life Committee; Fresh- man Club; Sophomore Club. JAMES COCKRELLE BASSFORD .... Frederick, Md. Government, A.B. Theta Delta Chi; Delta Phi Epsilon; Cue and Curtain. HORACE BUCHANAN BAZAN . . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Alpha; El Club Espanol. OLEVIA ESTELLE BEDSWORTH . . . Washington, D. C. Education, A.B. Colonial Campus Club; Presbyterian Club; Soccer Class Team. ALBERTA E. BEEBE Larkspur, Calif. Columbian, A.B Kappa Delta. PIERCE HILDING BEIJ Washington, D. C. Columbian, B.S. Sigma Pi Sigma; Sailing Club; Alpha Chi Sigma Award in Freshman Chemistry. EVERETT HOLLIS BELLOWS .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, M.A. Tau Sigma Rho; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Sigma Rho; Student Congress, President. THOMAS BENENSON Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Rifle Team; Freshman Football. CARL A. BETSCH Dayton, Ohio Government. A.B. Phi Sigma Kappa; Order of Artus; Alpha Kappa Psi; Gate and Key; Interfraternity Council; Golf Team. JOSEPHINE ABIGAIL BIERMAN . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, B.S. " Hatchet " ; Glee Club; Freshman Club; Magna Carta. WILLIAM OTTIS BILDEN Rochester, Minn. Government, A.B. Phi Sigma Kappa; Delta Phi Epsilon. Left: Goats — the Zetas take off on Mann — looks like a hanging . . . Center: . . . and the Goat Show winners — K D s, back in their rooms with the cup . . . Helen Hoyem (top) slips out of DuBarry Was a Lady " long enough to join the Buff ' n ’ Blue floor show . . . Right: Boys of the " line " — the Varsity house chorus goes into its dance. First Row: Blumenthai, C. Bowen, K. Bowen, Brasel, Braunstein, Breed, H. Brown, L. Brown. Second Row: Bruck, Bruechart, Brunner, Bugay, Burch, Burklin, Burnett, Butler. PHYLLIS RUTH BLUMENTHAL Hartford, Conn. Education, A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma; Literary Club; Lester A. Ward Socio logical Society; Strong Hall Council, Secretary. CARTER MILBURN BOWEN Towson, Md. Columbian, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa, Student Marshal; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President; Pi Gamma Mu; Artus; Student Council, Socia Chairman; Interfraternity Council, Secretary; " Who ' s Who in Amer »can Universities and Colleges ' ; Reform Party, Chair- man; Trustee Scholar; Emma K. Carr Scholar; Social Democratic Party, Chairman. KATHERINE BOWEN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Mu. President; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi; Mortar Board; " Cherry Tree, " Art Staff; Intramural Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; Food Drive; Cherry Blossom Drive, Co-Director; Women ' s Athletic Association; Runner-up ' Tennis Singles; Sophomore Rifle Team; Assistant Man- ager, Golf; Assistant Manager, Rifle; Major Letter; Var- sity Soccer; Junior Basketball Team; Senior Basketball Team; Junior Basketball Manager; Senior Soccer Man. ager; Women ' s Student Government Association, Pres- ident; " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges. " CLARA BAYNE BRASEL Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Psychology Club. SONYA Q. BRAUNSTEIN Newark, N. J. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma, Corresponding Secretary, Vice-Pres- ident, President; Pan-Hellenic Council; Food Drive, Art Chairman. MARGARET E. BREED Peoria, III. Education, B.S. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Delphi; Home Economics Club, Secretary, Vice-President; " Cherry Tree; " Food Drive. HELEN LINDSLEY BROWN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary, Vice-President; Delphi, Secre- tary, Glee Club; " Buy a Brick " Campaign, Captain; Intramural Board, Secretary; Psychology Club. Treasurer; Freshman Club. IRA VERNON BROWN Arlington, Va. Columbian, A.B. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; " Hatchet. " Board of Editors; Student Congress; " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges " ; Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Alpha prizes for Schol- arship; Swisher and Colonial Dames prizes for History essays; Outstanding Junior Award. MEYER BRUCK Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. MILDRED ASHTON BRUECHART .... Uniontown, Pa. Columbian. B.S. RUTH HINKLE BRUNNER Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Phi Mu; Delphi, President; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion; Fencing Club; Varsity Basketball; Varsity LaCrosse; Basketball Manager; Hockey Class Team; Soccer Class Team; Freshman Committee; Intramural Board. PAUL EDOUARD BUGAY Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Tau Alpha Omega; Interfraternity Debating. MARJORIE BURCH Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Chi Omega. Treasurer; Freshman Club; Home Economics Club; Women ' s Athletic Association; Fins Club; Fresh- man Hockey Team; Junior Hockey Team; Intramural 8oard; Junior Pan-Hellenic Association; Pan-Hellenic Association, Secretary. MARY WINDSOR BURKLIN Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha; Cue and Curtain; Baptist Student Union; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society; Women ' s Athletic Association; Rousers. SUE STOKELY BURNETT Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Delphi; " Hatchet. " Board of Editors; Glee Club; Sophomore Club, President; Women ' s Ath- letic Association, President; Odd-Even Soccer Team; Bas- ketball Class Team; Soccer Class Team; Award for Out- standing Sophomore Woman. EDWARD THOMAS BUTLER . . . Grand Rapids, Mich. Government, A.B. Varsity Debate; Glee Club; Lester F. Ward Society, President; Speaker’s Bureau; Student Congress. Left: Food Drive Directors Blackistone and Vought pass the hat to President Marvin . . . three guys contributing to tall, blonde Mary Burklin . . . Center: Mar y Ella Hopkins, thespian ... A bunch of Bohemians at the Bal Boheme — insulting the photographer . . . Right: Yuletide, and a pretty appeal — for a Christmas seal . . . more of the Bal Boheme, or have I got the D. T. ' s again? First Row: E. Campbell, L. Campbell, Carper, Carstarphen, Castleman, Chalfont, Chew, Christopherson. Second Row: Cobb, Cokenias, Coil, Colmetz, Comer, Conner, Cottrill, Covey. ELIZABETH JANET CAMPBELL . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A B. Zcta Tau Alpha; Delphi; Intramural Board; Varsity Bas- ketball. LORENE CAMPBELL Hot Springs, Ark. Columbian. A B. ELSIE MAE CARPER Washington, D C. Columbian, A B, Mortar Board. President; Delta Sigma Rho, President; Hatchet " ; Cue and Curtain; Speaker ' s Bureau Direc- tor; Varsity Debate; Women ' s Debate. Manager; Fresh man Debate; Student Life Committee; Women ' s Student Government Association President; Sophomore Club President; Freshman Club, Vice-President Treasurer- Women ' s Athletic Association; Delphi Award to Out- standing Junior Woman; " Who ' s Who in American Uni versities and Colleges. " HELEN KEM CARSTARPHEN Silver Springs, Md. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Delta- " Hatchet " Editor; Pi Delta Epsilon; De chi; Cherry Blossom Drive, Co Director EDWARD CASTLEMAN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Alpha. EUGENE EMERY CHALFONT . Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle Society; American Pharmacy Associa- tion. AUDREY CHEW Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Literary Club. OLAF WARREN CHRISTOPHERSON . . . Austin, Minn. Government, A.B. Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice-President, President; Delta Pni Epsilon Treasurer; University Band, Vice-President; Chris tian Science Organization. LILY DHU COBB Arlington, Va. Government A B. Varsity Soccer; Junior Basketball Team; Colonial Campus Club; Presbyterian Club; Orchesis; Freshman Club; Women ' s Inframural Board; Women ' s Athletic Associa tior.; Sorority Hall Council; Sophomore Club. NICHOLAS TREPHON COKENIAS . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Beta Kappa; German Club. President; French Club; Philosophy Club. LUISA ALICE COLL Caracas, Venezuela Education, A.B. Women’s Glee Club. MARTHA LOUISE COLMETZ ... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi. JOSEPH H. COMER Washington, D. C. Education. 8.S. Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball. JAMES RODNEY CONNER Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle; American Pharmaceutical Association. FREDERICK DALE COTTRILL . . Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle. Vice-President, Treasurer; American Pharmaceutical Association, President. WILLIAM BENJAMIN COVEY . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phychology Club. Left: Cheerleader tryouts — and definitely not a daisy chain . . . the K A s (lower, left and right) Christ- mas formal — and how they glisten . . . Center: Se habla espanol, French, Swedish, etc. — the Interna- tional Students tea . . . Left: Housemother Alice Livingston of the Sigma Nu ' s, setting ' em up. First Row: Cramer, Creecy, C. Davis, H. Davis, Dean, Dearth, Dewhirst, Donze. Second Row: Dresner, Edfeldt, Elvove, Endres, Ereza, Ewy, B. Falk, M. Falk. ROBERT STANLEY CRAMER .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. MARCIA HELENE CREECY Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Pi Beta Phi; " Cherry Tree " ; Cue and Curtain; Sociology Club; Newman Club. COURTLAND HARWELL DAVIS, JR. . . Alexandria, Va. Columbian, A.B. Theta Delta Chi; Glee Club. JOHN HAYWOOD DAVIS Lorton, Va. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon, President. JOHN JOSEPH DEAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Government, A.B. Delta Phi Epsilon. ALFRED ROBERT DEARTH Cleveland, Ohio Government, A.B. Acacia; Gate and Key; Delta Phi Epsilon; Cue and Curtain; Interfraternity Pledge Council. Secretary; Inter- fraternity Council, Social Chairman; Men ' s Fencing Club; George Washington University Delegate to National In- terfraternity Conference. HOWARD HOMER DEWHIRST . . . Washington, D. C. Education, A.B. Men ' s Education Club. THELMA FRANCES DONZG Washington, D. C. Education, M.A. Phi Delta Gamma. EVELYN EDITH DRESNER .... Ridgefield Park, N. J. Columbian, B.S. Phi Sigma Sigma; Arsculapian Society; Glee Club. THEODORE R. EDFELDT Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Phi Epsilon. FAIGA ROSE ELVOVE . . . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society. CHARLOTTE MARIE ENDRES . . Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Christian Science Organization. President, Reader. MONTY FEREZA . Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Tau Alpha Omega. CONSTANCE MAGDALENE EWY . . New Ulm, Minn. Education, A.B. Glee Club; Pi Lambda Theta. BYRON ADRIAN FALK ... Taylors Falls, Minn. Columbian, A.B. Pi Gamma Mu. MARIE CLAESON FALK Minneapolis, Minn. Columbian. A.B. Literary Club. Top: A Chi O formal: Margaret Norton and Morgan Hodge smile for the birdie . . . Dramatic entree at the Sigma Nu house . . . also good for sliding . . . The Glee Club after a cold Christmas carol- ling . . . ' Dr. Bob " singing or speaking. Lower: A family portrait at the Phi Sig house . . . Harriet Wallis, Jack Bradley, and house mother Mrs. Katherine Hyslop . . . Thawing out frozen tonsils . . . the Glee Club again (whatcha drinking, Nick?) First Row: Feldman, Fisher, Fleming, Foster, Gaither, Gamble, Gammon, Gee. Second Row: George, Gittings, Gordon, Grady, Greco, Grossman, Haft, Handloff. MELVILLE WILLIAM FELDMAN . . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Phi Epsilon Pi; Rifle; Student Congress. RALPH FISHER Ottumwa, Iowa Columbian, A.B Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT WRIGHT FLEMING .... Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gate and Key; Varsity Tennis; Varsity Golf; Interfrater- nity Council; Food Drive; Service Party, Treasurer. ALLEN RUSSELL FOSTER Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. ANN ELIZABETH GAITHER Lanham, Md. Education, B.S. Colonial Campus Club, Treasurer, Vice-President. Pres- ident; Mortar Board, Vice-President; Junior College Council, Vice-President; Women ' s Athletic Association Vice-President; Sophomore Rifle Team; Orchesis, Vice- President; Varsity Soccer, Basketball, Hockey, LaCrosse; Fins Swimming Club, Vice-President; Sophomore Swim ming Manager; Women ' s Athletic Association Awards for Outstanding Junior and Senior. DORIS GAMBLE . Washington, D. C. Co ' umbian, A.B. Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM HOWARD GAMMON Arlington, Va. Government. A.B. Alpha Kappa Psi; Wesley Club; Mathematics Club; Stu- dent Union. EDWIN AUSTIN GEE Washington, D. C. Columbian, B.S. Theta Delta Chi; Sigma Zeta; Alpha Chi Sigma; Table Tennis Club, Champion; Bridge Club. Champion; Mathe- matics Club; Intramural Basketball Champion; Student Council; Manager Book Exchange; Emma K. Carr Schol- arship. WILLIAM V. GEORGE Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sociology Club; Student Congress. ELIZABETH ANN GITTINGS Bethesda, Md. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi; “Hatchet " ; Sophomore Club. DAVID STUART GORDON Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Alpha. THOMAS TREUTLEN GRADY Augusta, Ga. Government, A.B. Freshman and Varsity Football. PHILIP THOMAS GRECO ...... New York, N. Y. Government, A.B. Alpha Kappa Psi. SYLVIA GROSSMAN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Phi. HERBERT H. HAFT Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Phi Alpha; Mortar and Pestle; American Pharmaceutical Association. DOROTHY LONDON HANDLOFF .... Smyrna, Dela. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma; Strong Hall Council, Treasurer; Lit- erary Club. Top: Ye Editor and Bud Buschman at the A D Pi formal — my, my, them ain ' t working clothes, Annie . . . The Phi Sigs dressed and with girls ... Pi Phi President Jane McGraw drags a couple of the boys, Bob Upson and Wally Alden. Lower: The A O Pi’s and Pi Phi s and boys and Christmas and mistletoe — and all that. First Row: Hanscom, Haves. Heilman, Hill, Hite, Hoffman, Holloway, Haulahan. Second Row: Hudson, Humphrey, Hutton, Ibanez, James, Johnson, Kagan, Katz. FRED ROBERT HANSCOM Kittery, Me. Government, A.B. Alpha Kappa P$i. Treasurer. FLORENCE CHARLOTTE HAVES . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Phi Sigma Sigma; Freshman Debate; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society; Intramural Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club. NORMA HIMELFARB HEILMAN . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Freshman Club; Sophomore Club; Varsity Soccer; Women ' s Athletic Association. GRETCHEN HILL Chevy Chase, Md. Government, A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha. President; Delphi. Secretary; Mortar Board; Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer; " Cherry Tree, Organizations Editor; " Hatchet, " Senior Staff Sub-Editorial Staff; Spanish Club, Treasurer; Manager Freshman Tennis; Publications Delegate to Student Council. ELIZABETH MARJORIE HITE .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Beta Kappa; Symphony Club, President; Le Cercle Francais Universitaire, Secretary; Orchesis. ETHEL PAULINE HOFFMAN .... Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Mortar Board; Varsity Soccer; Class Teams — Basketball and LaCrosse; Women’s Athletic Association Board; In tramural Board; Orchesis; Women ' s Student Government Association, Member at Large. WILLIAM A. HOLLOWAY Welch, Okla. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Nu; Glee Club. MARY BOWMAN HOULAHAN Roanoke, Va. Columbian, B.S. Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta. HAROLD WOODROW HUDSON Wiley, Colo. Government, A.B. Sigma Nu; Interfraternity Council, President. FRANCES ESTELLA HUMPHREY Huron, S. D. Columbian, M.A. Kappa Delta; " Hatchet, " Senior Staff; Cue and Curtain; Radio Players; Women ' s Varsity Debate Team; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society, Treasurer; Riding Club, Treasurer; International Students Society; Student Coun- cil, Secretary; Student Union. IVERSON LANE HUTTON Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Theta Delta Chi; Kappa Kappa Psi ; Gate and Key; Cue and Curtain; Band; Glee Club; Sailing Club; Varsity Football Manager; Varsity Basketball Manager. JOS6 T. IBANEZ BOU Corozal, Puerto Rico Columbian, A.B. International Student Society. ADA FLORENCE JAMES Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Kappa, President; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi; Spanish Club; Interna- tional Students Society; French Club, Treasurer; Wesley Club; Chairman of Chapel Committee; Intramural Board. MABEL ELEANOR JOHNSON .... Washington, D. C. Library Science, A.B. Delta Zeta; " Hatchet, " Sorority Hall Council; Luther Club; Varsity Soccer; Varsity Rifle. HAROLD NATHAN KAGAN .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. JACK KATZ Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Center: Sixteen Thespians and Joe Bob Gale: the cast of " Stage Door " at ease during a Christmas holiday rehearsal. Left: The Sigma Kappas smiling for Santa Claus and (top) John Daugherty grinning for everybody in general. Right: The Phi Mu ' s at Christmas; note supreme confidence of young man in foreground (top); and a couple of starry-eyed couples. 1 1 m r £ J m K ' First Row: Kearney, Keener, Kent, King, Kinsella, Kolinsky, Kossow, Kruger. Second Row: Kunsak, Lang, Lavine, Leder, Lehman, Lerch, Lerner, Lohr. JOHN FRANCIS KEARNEY Altoona, Pa. Columbian, A. 8. Newman Club. JOHN RANKIN KEENER Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Alpha. PERRIN A. KENT Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Tau Kappa Epsilon GEORGE W. KING Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Gate and Key; Service Party, Pub- licity Chairman. JAMES FRANCIS KINSELLA Arlington, Va. Columbian A.B. “Hatchet ' ; Radio; Cue and Curtain; One-Act Play Club; Pre Medica; German Club; Rifle; Food Drive Committee; Fiesta Committee; Second Prize in Co-op Sales. JACOB I. KOLINSKY Brooklyn, N. Y. Columbian, A.B. BETTY KOSSOW Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Glee Club; French Club; International Club; Women ' s Athletic Association- Varsity Soccer; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club. GERALDINE ANNELIESE KRUGER . . . Savannah, Ga. Columbian, A.B Alpha Delta Pi; Phi Pi Epsilon; Riding Club; Spanish Club. STEPHAN W. KUNSAK Pittsburgh, Pa. Columbian, A.B. RAYMOND EDWARD LANG Brooklyn, N. Y. Columbian, A.B. Tau Alpha Omega; Phi Eta Sigma; Artus; Pi Gamma Mu; Freshman Basketball Squad; Student Congress. STANLEY MURRAY LAVINE Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. Fhi Alpha. MELVIN LEDER Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Alpha; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club; Food Drive. ANN LEHMAN Madison, Conn. Education, B.S. Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary; Alpha Pi Epsilon, Vice- President, Treasurer; Home Economics Club, Treasurer; Orchesis; Junior Pan-Hellenic Delegate. JANET MAUDE LERCH Alexandria, Va. Education, B.S. Pi Beta Phi; Cue and Curtain; Home Economics Club; Womens Athletic Association; Orchesis. WILLIAM WYLIE LERNER New York, N. Y. Columbian. A.B. ELVA GLADDING LOHR Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Mu; Riding Club. Left: SAE and New Year s Eve, a gala crew with no hangovers — yet . . . Touchez la femme — two sharp girls from the Fencing Club . . . The Newman Club dances — with extra-curricular activities (note tall drink and money on table in foreground) . . . Leonard Walker and friend in a demure moment. First Row: Lowry, Mangseth, F. Mann, J. Mann, Manschreck, Manton, Marmaduke, Marsh. Second Row: Martin, Mattingly, McElligott, McEwan, McGinnis, McGraw, E. Myers, M. Myers. ROYE LLEWELLYN LOWRY Seattle, Wash. Government. A.B. Phi Eta Sigma. Vice-President; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Freshman Debate; Student Congress, President, Executive Council; Delegate to Model Senate of United States; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club; Forum Director Student Council. CHARLOTTE BERGLIOT MANGSETH . Coleraine, Minn. Education, A.B. Pi Lambda Theta. FRANK EUGENE MANN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Delta Epsilon; Hatchet, " Sub-Editorial Staff; Handbook, Senior Staff; " Cherry Tree, " Publicity Director; Committee on Publi- cations; Student Life Committee; Student Council, Pres- ident; Interfraternity Council, Vice-President- Varsity Tenms Team; Varsity Baseball Squad; Senior Manager. Basketball; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. " JANE MANN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-President; " Hatchet. " Junior, Sen- ior Staffs; Cherry Tree Junior Staff; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club, Secretary; Food Drive; Student Refugee Committee. Secretary; Women ' s Athletic Association; Freshman Soccer Team. CLYDE LEONARD MANSCHECK Krebs, Okla. Columbian, A.B. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Epsilon; " Hatchet " ; Speaker’s Bureau. BARBARA ANNE MANTON Toledo, Ohio Columbian, A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cue and Curtain. HAZEL DYER MARMADUKE Arlington, Va. Education, M.A. HAROLD CAMERON MARSH, JR. . Washington, D. C. Education, A.B. Glee Club; Education Club. CLARE ELIZABETH MARTIN . . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. WILLIAM FENWICK MATTINGLY . Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle Society; American Pharmaceutical Association. JANE SEYMOUR McELLIGOTT Stanford University, Calif. Columbian. A.B. Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Junior Pan-Hellenic Coun cil ; Intramural Board. MABEL VIERLING McEWAN Silver Spring, Md. Columbian, A.B. Freshman Club; Sophomore Club; Women’s Activity Building Drive; Women ' s Athletic Association Board; Riding Club; Psychology Club; Fencing Club; Freshman Rifle Team; Assistant Manager Rifle; Manager Varsity Rifle; Captain Varsity Rifle; Varsity Canoeing Club; Hockey Class Team; Winner Columbian Women ' s Riding Cup; Second Place National Rifle Championship. FRANK THOMAS McGINNIS Rome, Ga. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; " Hatchet " ; " Cherry Tree " ; Base- ball. DORIS JANE McGRAW Washington, D. C. Columbian A.B. Pi Beta Phi, President, Vice-President, Treasurer; Mortar Board, Treasurer; Pi Delta Epsilon; Phi Pi Epsilon, Vice- President; Delphi; " Cherry Tree. " Stenographic Editor; Cue and Curtain, Secretary; Food Drive Committee; Women ' s Student Government Association, Vice-Presi- dent. ELMER GORDON MYERS Akron, Ohio Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle Society. President; American Pharma- ceutical Association. MARY CATHERINE MYERS .... South Whitley, Ind. Government, M.A. Left: Fraternity pledges make their debut . . . Pledge Formal . . . Marshall Gardner, pledge council president, greets Brother George Carter. Below: After the grand march with Bob Dearth at the mike, talking — as usual. Center: Sigma Chi’s and their girls — or how to hold hands from behind. Right: Four touchy babes — get the point? Supple, aren’t they? First Row: Naiman, Nicol, Nikula, Parkes, Pauly, Payne, Piver, Rebert. Second Row: Reese, Ricketts, Robertson, Rodriguez, Romig, Rubin, Rumshin, Rynerson. IRMA ROSE NAIMAN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; Freshman Debate Squad; Freshman Club; Sophomore Club; Sorority Hall Counc-l MARGARET ALINE NICOL Gaithersburg, Md. Education, A.B. Pi Beta Phi; Rifle Club; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society. LILY IRENE NIKULA Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. E ' Club Espanol, Treasurer; International Students ' So ciety, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary President. KLEIN ETHELBERT PARKES Conehatta, Miss. Columbian A.B. Baptist Student Union, President. GLADYS FRANCES PAULY Tulsa, Okla. Columbian, A.B. Chi Omega; Portuguese Club; Women’s Athletic A$so ciation. ALBERT ALFORD PAYNE Athens, Tex. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Kappa; " Hatchet " ; El Club Espanol. FRANCES G PIVER Washington, D. C. Education, A.B. Sociology Club; Avukah; Literary Club; Manager, Junior Archery Team. RICHARD ROSS REBERT Pottstown, Pa. Columbian, A.B. JANE ESTHER REESE Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Chi Omega, President; Delphi, Vice-President; Cue and Curtain; Glee Club Sophomore Club, Secretary; Pan- Hellenic Council; Food Drive; Sorority Hall Council. JOSEPHINE RICKETTS Clifton, Tenn. Education. A.B. Glee Club. MARY BROOKS ROBERTSON ... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B Phi Beta Kappa; Philosophy Club; Literary Club. LUIS O. RODRIGUEZ San Juan, Puerto Rico Government, A.B. Beta Mu Phi. THOMAS WARREN ROMIG .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Phi Sigma Rho. HAROLD HOWARD RUBIN Chicago, III. Government, A.B. Pi Gamma Mu; Student Congress; Chess Club; Sym- phony Club; Magna Carta. ROBERT RUMSHIN Alexandria, Va. Government, A.B. Phi Alpha. ROBERT WALLACE RYNERSON . . Arkansas City, Kan. Columbian, A.B. Tau Sigma Rho; Student Congress, Chairman, Farmer La- bor Party, Social Democratic Party. Left: Jim Gnam — in exam — well, III be — dam, and William Penn looks supercilious. Center: The A 1 1 - U Prom, three guys, three gals and Louise Mann’s orchid. Right: Not picketing, just registering. Below: The red tape at mid-term. First Row: Salisbury, Sampson, Sandler, Sapp, Schoenfeld, Scott, Scurlock, Shaved. Second Row: Sherburne, Sherman, Silverman, Silverstein, Simkowitz, C. Singer, E. Singer, James, Sipes. MARGUERITE V. SALISBURY . East Falls Church, Va. Education, B.S. Alpha Pi Epsilon; Home Economics Club; Chapel Com mittee; Colonial Campus Club; Presbyterian Club; Soph- omore Club; Class Hockey; Class Badminton; Varsity Soccer; Class Soccer; Class Basketball; Varsity La- Crosse Manager; Class Manager Hockey and LaCrosse; Women ' s Athletic Association; Religious Council. JUSTINE WARE SAMPSON Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha; " Cherry Tree, " Art Editor; Cue and Curtain; Fins Club; Riding Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Intramural Board. JULIUS SANDLER . Washington, D. C. Government, A.B. CARL ROBERT SAPP Mount Vernon, III. Government, A.B. M ARTH A-WILLS SCHOENFELD . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Chi Omega; Beauty Queen, 1940. JACQUELINE EDWINA SCOTT . . Chevy Chase, Md. Education, A.B. Phi Mu; Cue and Curtain; Glee Club; Freshman Basket- ball; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society; Women’s Athletic Association; Le Cercle Francais; Pi Lambda Theta. CLINTON HALEY SCURLOCK ... Chickasha, Okla. Columbian, A.B. Theta Delta Chi; Gate and Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Band; Student Council, Advocate; Interfraternity Coun- cil, Treasurer; Chairman, Religious Council; Baptist Stu- dent Union, President. HENRY SHAVELL Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Tau Alpha Omega. ELEANOR ESTELLE SHERBURNE . . Takoma Park, Md. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. President; Alpha Lambda Delta, President, Secretary; " Cherry Tree, " Junior Staff; Cue and Curtain; Student Council; Varsity Soccer; Soccer Manager; University Sweetheart, 1938; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, President; Women’s Student Government Association, Treasurer; Women ' s Athletic Association. Secretary- Mortar Board; Intramural Board; " Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Colleges. " OSCAR LOUIS SHERMAN Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle Society; American Pharmaceutical Association. FLORENCE PAUL SILVERMAN . . . Takoma Park. Md. Education, A.B. MURRAY SILVERSTEIN New York, N. Y. Columbian, A.B. SIDNEY SIMKOWITZ Washington, D. C. Pharmacy, B.S. Mortar and Pestle Society; American Pharmaceutical Association. CLAIRE ANGELA SINGER Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Magna Carta; Lester F. Ward Sociological Society; Archery Manager; Women ' s Athletic Association; Psy- chology Club. EDWARD J. SINGER Superior, Wis. Government. A.B. Tau Alpha Omega. JAMES S. SIPES Alexandria, Va. Columbian, A.B. THE GEORGETOWN GAME . . . and heartbreak — the band formal shot . . . Sether jumping a Hoya ... a long shot from Comer . . . Joe gets the captain ' s award . . . half time, first game — and slim pickings. First Row: John Sipes, Smith, Souweine, Spaulding, Spence, Stegeman, Stephens, Stewart. Second Row: Strickler, Stucke, Talvitie, Tate, Thomas, True, Turrou, VanScoyoc. JOHN WILLIAM SIPES Alexandria, Va. Columbian, A. 8. GORDON MURDOCH SMITH . Washington, D. C. Columbian A B. Nu Stgma Nuj Sophomore Club; Pre Medical. Chairman; Aesculapian Society, Vice President President. EDWARD LEO SOUWEINE ... Richmond Hill, N. Y. Government A.B El Club Espanol; Rousers. JEANNE BEVERLY SPAULDING ... Alexandria, Va. Education, B.S. Sigma Kappa. Vice-President; " Cherry Tree " ; " Hatchet " ; Home Economics Club; Junior Pan-Hellenic Council; Pan-Hellenic Association; Hockey; Basketball Class Team; Swimming, Manager; Rifle, Assistant Manager; Hockey Manager; Sorority Hall Council. WILLIAM ROY SPENCE Washington, D. C. Pharmacy. B.S. Mortar and Pestle; American Pharmaceutical Association LABERTUS MADISON STEGEMAN . Hyattsville. Md. Columbian, A B Artus VIRGINIA STEPHENS San Antonio, Texas Columbian, A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pledge Trainer; Women’s Ath- letic Association Board; Intramural Board; Tennis Man- ager. LORNA M. STEWART Manson, Iowa Government, A.B Phi Pi Epsilon, National President; Varsity Rifle; Fencing Club, Counselor-at-Large; International Students Society. FRANK HUNTER STRICKLER .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Kappa Alpha. ADELA L. STUCKE San Antonio, Texas Columbian, A.B. Pi Gamma Mu. NIILO ALFRED TALVITIE Superior, Wis. Columbian, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma. ALBERT TATE, JR Washington. D. C. Columbian, A B. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Alpha Alpha; " Hatchet. " Columnist; Cue and Curtain; Student Congress, Execu- tive Council; Literary Club; Phi Sigma Rho. ANNE THOMAS Garrett Park, Md. Columbian, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer. President; Pi Delta Epsilon; Delphi. Treasurer; " Cherry Tree, " Editor, Photographic Editor; " Hatchet, " Senior Staff; Food Drive; Women ' s Student Government Association, Vice-President; " Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities " ; Univer- sity Sweetheart, 1940; Freshman Club. EVELYN TRUE Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Lester F. Ward Sociological Society. VICTOR THOMAS TURROU Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Nu. CHARLES WARREN VAN SCOYOC . . . Orting, Wash. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cue and Curtain; Student Book Store. Left: Junior Panel prom — Austin Beal and Peggy Kinsman alert for gate crashers. Lower: Ruth Spink crowning Pledge King Gordon Calvert. Upper: A lecture on religion — note absence of students. Right: Dr. Marvin, Helen Carstarphen, the University ' s first cherry tree, and M. D. Hensey, the Mason ... a coy look from Helen. First Row: Warren, Weber, White, Wilcox, J. Williams, L. Williams, Willis. Second Row: Winter, Wright, Wydro, Yaffee, Yelmgren, Youngblood. RUTH ELEANOR WARREN Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Chi Omega. Vice-President, Secretary; Delphi; " Cherry Tree " ; " Hatchet " ; Cue and Curtain; Glee Club. MARJORIE LOUISE WEBER Newport, Ky. Columbian, A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hatchet " ; Junior College Council, Secretary; Freshman Rifle Team. WILLIAM MELONE WHITE Washington, D. C. Columbian, B.S. ALICE HELEN WILCOX Washington, D. C. Library Science, A.B. JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS, JR. . . Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B. LORAINE SQUIER WILLIAMS . Washington, D. C. Education, B. S. Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Pi Epsilon; Riding Club; Swim- ming Club. HUGH HITER WILLIS, JR Richmond, Va. Columbian, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM WALKER WINTER .... Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President. MARGARET FRANCES WRIGHT . . Washington, D. C. Columbian, A.B. Newman Club, Advisory Board. MARGARET McDOWELL WYDRO . Washington, D. C. Education, B.S. Colonial Campus Club, Secretary; Fencing Club; Fins Club; Women ' s Athletic Association; Basketball, Class Team, Odd-Even Team; Varsity Soccer; Varsity Hockey; LaCrosse Class Team; Orchesis; Sophomore Soccer Man- ager; Senior LaCrosse Manager. LEAH M. YAFFEE Glen Falls, N. Y. Education, A.B. ALDEN EMIL YELMGREN Galesburg, III. Columbian, B.S. FRED RUTHVEN YOUNGBLOOD, JR. . . Waycross, Ga. Government, A.B. Sigma Chi, Vice-President, Treasurer; Pi Delta Epsilon. President, Vice-President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Kappa Psi; " Cherry Tree, " Feature Editor, Business Manager; " Hatchet " ; Handbook, Asso- ciate Editor; Cue and Curtain, Publicity Director; Stu- dent Life Committee; " Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. " Left: The International Students Society goes international . . . Alpha Kappa Psi meeting — or the jun- ior Rotarians . . . academic grand finale — winter convocation. Right, CARTER BOWE N — well-remembered for his politics along all lines, Interfraternity, Re- form Party, and social, and for being a Phi Bete as well. Above, ELSIE CARPER, whom students as- sociated with debate and the Speakers Bu- reau — was also the guiding light of W. S. G. A. her junior year and of Mortar Board her senior year. Below, ANNE THOMAS, whose middle name became " Cherry Tree " this year when she put the past and W. S. G. A. May Day behind her. Above, IRA BROWN, who had no trou- ble at all in making Phi Beta Kappa his junior year and doing a big job on the Hatchet " at the same time — was THE editor of the summer paper. Right, ELEANOR SHERBURNE, active in activ- ities, president of Panhel, smart in studies, a bridge whiz, but still remembered as THE Uni- versity Sweetheart her sophomore year. Right, SAM BABICH, whom thousands cheered in Griffith Stadium — an outstanding back, he was captain of the football team this his senior year — and won awards accordingly. Left above, SUE BURNETT, amazing girl who was president of W. A. A. two years and an editor of the " Hatchet " and Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa and . . . As chosen from the senior class by a faculty committee of Mrs. Barrows, Dean Doyle, Dean Johnstone, Dean Kayser, Miss Atwell, and Mr. Farrington. V Left below, FRANK MANN, who ruled the Student Council but was also a hard-working manager over basketball way — and don ' t for- get the Royal Blues. ♦ NAME: The Class of 41. " ADDRESS: 1335 H. Street, N. W. AGE: Four Years. OCCUPATION: Students of medicine. CHIEF COMPLAINT: Four long years. PRESENT ILLNESS: Onset very definite as symptoms became mani tested on September 21, 1937. This followed a three to four-year period of diligent preparation at sundry colleges throughout the country. The symptoms were those of fatigue, unwonted irritability, fine tremors, bouts of rapid heart action, insomnia, and tenesmus. These symptoms were aggravated and abetted by Doctors Jenkins, Pate. Barris, Parr. Albritton, and Dr. Vigneaud. The latter’s alarm clock never failed to provoke irritability. Doctor " Birdie " Hanks, " one under Parr. " through stimulants, enabled patient to complete course in Bacteriology. For the three month period following June. 38, there was com- plete absence of all symptoms, save for the heartfelt loss of Doctor Earl B. McKinley, our beloved Dean. With the resumption of classes in September the dreaded syndrome again returned, the exciting factors now being Doctors Roe, Roth, Choisser, Conklin and Vedder. Doctor Roe ' s classical demonstration, on the students, of the simple manner in which the gag reflex is brought under control when one is swallowing those innocent lead-headed rubber stomach tubes is worthy of mention. Doctor Choisser ' s excellent course in Pathology was indeed stimulating. ' Riva Rocci " Wilbur ' s violent over-reaction to third degree queries by Doctor Conklin will always be remem- bered. Mac Sams was elected president of the class and we attempted to transfer our symptoms by suggestion, with such success that Sams was forced to seek shelter his last two years at Jefferson Medical School. In June of ' 39, the symptoms were accentuated and climaxed, for some, by the National Board Exam- inations. Again complete relief was experienced during the summer months only to reappear when the patient reported to Doctor Bloedorn in September for the clinical assignments. Since " swing " had defi- nitely found its place in the social order the school in accord started off with a two-week " jam session " and there was a very prompt return of all complaints with the addition of various mus- cular aches and pains, most marled in the upper extremities and the gluteii. Gallinger, Emergency, white-walled wards, bed-ridden pa- tients. and a chance to startle this new-found medical world soon made the patient forget his complaints. Doctor Dickens demon- stration of the loss of vibratory sense in Pernicious Anemia with that garguantuan tuning fork was one of the year ' s high lights. The Infectious Disease group remained symptom free for the duration of their service, and some found relief in earning the " G " in touch football and baseball. Remission of all symptoms was experienced for the third consecu- tive summer by the majority. The Carlisle Rest Cure was taken with some success by those of a military mind and it may be mentioned that Company " A. " with its Beaver Patrol and Royal Fusilliers, dis- tinguished itself during the Mt. Holly Compaign of ‘40. For some of our confreres, symptoms of an allergic nature developed over the summer. They were found to have developed a marked sensitiv- ity to Doctors Parks. Ramsey and the OB Service. In September, ' 40, the resumption of classes failed to produce the marked degree of relapse that had been so characteristic in the past and the complaints now became vague and indefinite. There were, however, weekly attacks of vertigo, low-grade icterus, adiado- kokinesis, dysmetria, hypertonus, hypoplasia, positive Babinski and fine intention tremors that were precipitated by Doctors Freeman and Donnelly. The clinical work at Children ' s, George Washington. St. Elizabeth’s and Emergency had an invaluable tonic effect. I, Ray Howard, Class President for three years, served to alleviate many of the minor symptoms. IMPRESSION: Four " not so long years " of hard work, pleasant memories of fellow classmates, and cooperating professors, and skill- ful guidance by Doctor Earl B. McKinley and Doctor Walter A. Bloedorn experienced by the Class of 41. PROGNOSIS: Complete cessation of all clinical signs and symptoms with Commencement. TREATMENT: Receipt of the Degree of Doctor of Medicine. I 121 J First Row: Barton, Bernstein. Blumenthal, Brawer, Brick, Buckingham, Burke, Cannon. Second Row: Cox, Danish, Donn, Dreskin, Evensta, Fagan, Gray, Greenberg. JACKSON ARTHUR BARTON . Washington, D. C. Medicine. M.D. CHARLES BERNSTEIN Brooklyn, N. Y. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Deda Epsilon. LESTER SYLVAN BLUMENTHAL Washington. D. C. Columbian, A B Phi Alpha; Smith-Reed Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilor JEROME BRAWER Paterson, N. J. Medicine, M.D. Phi Alpha; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilon; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society, Treasurer. JOHN HAROLD BURKE Elbert, W. Va. Medicine, M.D. A pha Kappa Kappa; William Beaumont Medical Society. JESSE FLOYD CANNON Salt Lake City, Utah Medicine M.D. Phi Chi; Beaumont Medical Society. PHILIP ARCHELAUS COX Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. A. F. A King Obstetrical Society; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Chi. IRVING B. BRICK Marianna, Fla. Medicine, M.D. Smith Reed-Russell Society; A F. A King Obstetrica Society, President; Phi Sigma Rho. President. RIPLEY BUCKINGHAM Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. Theta Chi; Alpha Alpha Kappa President; William Beaumont Medical Society. ABRAHAM WOLFFE DANISH . . . Washington, D. C. Medicine. M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society. FREDERICK Y. DONN Washington, D. C. Medicine. M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa; William 8eaumont Society. HERMAN OSCAR DRESKIN Dunellen, N. J. Medicine, M.D. Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Smith-Reed-Russell So ciety; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society. JOHN B. EVENSTA Pillager, Minn. Medicine. M.D. William Beaumont Medical Society. FRANCIS JOHN FAGAN, JR Boston, Mass. Medicine, M.D. William 8eaumont Medical Society; William A. White Psychiatric Society. GEORGE ALPHONSO GRAY, JR. . . Chevy Chase, Md. Medicine, M.D. Theta Delta Chi; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; A. F. A. King Obsetrical Society; William Beaumont Medical Society; Phi Chi. ROBERT MILTON GREENBERG . . . Washington, D. C. Medicine, M. D. Phi Alpha; Phi Sigma Rho; Phi Delta Epsilon Left: The Tekes Gold Rush — Nadine Sanders, a-drinkin ' and a-shootin’. Below: Just a-drinkin ' . Cen- ter: Buff n Blue and the floor show — Betty Burnett, Nancy Ould, Mary Garret and Ernest Shero . . . Aesthetic calisthenics; Jerry Ross and Joan Giles in the Modern Dance . . . Three girls in leotards (that ' s a dress, not a mental condition) showing great emotion. W ' rTTK First Row: Hartwell, Hickman, Horner, Howard, Hoyt, Hulbert, Jenkins, Kanof. Second Row: Kauffman, Kaufman, Landman, Lang, Lavine, Lepper, Levine, Lewis. BRACE FREDERICK HARTWELL . . Beaumont, Calif. Medicine, M.D. William Beaumont Medical Society. THORVAL L. HICKMAN Logan, Utah Medicine, M.D. MERLE MYRES HORNER Greensburg, Pa. Medicine, M.D. Phi Chi. I. RAY HOWARD Bristol, Va. Columbian B.S.; Medicine. M.D. Tau Kappa Epsilon, President; Gate and Key, President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Chi Treasurer; " Hatchet " ; Cherry Tree ”; President, Freshman Junior and Senior Classes. Medical School; Ivan Reo Edwards Memorial Award; Progressive Party; Co-Director G. W. U. Food Drive; Junior College Council; Interfraternity Council; William Beaumont Medical Society; Conclave Delegate; Chairman Undergraduate Section; President. Marvin’s Day Committee; " Who ' s Who Among Students in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges. " CHARLES GARMIRE HOYT ..... Sioux Falls, S. D. Medicine, M.D. Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; William Beaumont Medical Society; Cue and Curtain. LEILA HULBERT Riverdale, Md. Medicine, M.D. Alpha Delta Pi; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Alpha Epsi- lon lota. W. CLAYTON JENKINS Provo, Utah Medicine, M.D. A. F. A, King Obstetrical Society. NORMAN BALFOUR KANOF ... Washington, D. C. Columbian. A.B.; Medicine. M.D. Phi Alpha; Phi Delta Epsilon; Smith-Reed-Russell So- ciety. JULIUS KAUFFMAN Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilon; William Atanson White Society. BERNHARD KAUFMAN Milwaukee, Wis. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilon. MANUEL PHILLIP LANDMAN . . . Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. Phi Alpha; Rifle Team. LEWIS R. LANG Calhoun, Ga. Medicine. M.D. ISIDOR M LAVINE Mt. Rainier, Md. Medicine, M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society. President. MARK HUMMER LEPPER Silver Spring, Md. Medicine. M.D. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Smith-Reed-Russell So- ciety; Phi Chi; William Beaumont Medical Society; William A. White Society. SIDNEY A. LEVINE Melrose, Mass. Medicine, M.D. Phi Beta Kappa; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society; Smith-Reed-Russell Society. WILLIAM LEWIS JR Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. Sadie Hawkins and the Cherry Tree Queen. Left: So that ' s why they call him " Slick " Gudmundson — Sue McNeese and Patty Hunt fightin g over their quarry. Lower: Smo-o-o-th numbers, Betty Camp- bell, Doris Conklin, Marcia Crocker, and Dayls Escoffery . . . Flowering royalty — Queen Jerry Matthews, maids-of-honor Betty Campbell, Gloria Rea. Right: The Home Ec’s fashion show — Anne Stief (upper) giving somebody the glad-eye . . . Alice Hansberry facing front row grins. V; ' W ■ 1 Hi pH - i First Row: Lorenz, LoRusso, Mahoney, McAfee, McFarland, McNamara, McQuarrie, Mills. Second Row: Moore, Mountain, Mugmon, Nelson, Nott, Rohrbaugh, Rosenberg, Sanders. FREDERICK SHEETS LORENZ ... Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. Phi Chi; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; William Beaumont Medical Society, VIRGIL ALFRED LORUSSO Erie, Pa. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society. HUGH FRANCIS MAHONEY Tewksbury, Mass. Medicine. M.D. A. F. A. King Obsetrica l Society; William Beaumont Medical Society. GEORGE DESHON McAFEE Delphi, Ind. Medicine, M.D. William Beaumont Society; A. F. A. King Society. EDWARD ATKINSON McFARLAND . . Lisbon Falls, Me. Medicine, M.D. Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi. ALEXANDER PETER McNAMARA . . Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. HARLOW B. McQUARRIE .... Salt Lake City, Utah Medicine, M.D. R. SHERMAN MILLS .... East Setauket, L. I., N. Y. Medicine. M.D. A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society; William Beaumont Society; William A. White Psychiatric Society. JOHN STEWART MOORE Washington, D. C. Medicine. M.D. DAVID CHARLES MOUNTAIN Pittsfield, Mass. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society. LEO HAROLD MUGMON Hyattsville, Md. Medicine, M.D. RICHARD OLDFIELD NELSON Lawrence, Kan. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Beta Pi. PERRY JACOB NOTT Long Beach, N. Y. Medicine, M.D. Phi Chi; Smith-Reed-Russell Society. AUSTIN BERTRAM ROHRBAUGH, JR. Chevy Chase, Md. Medicine, M.D. Kappa Sigma; Smith-Reed-Russell Society. MORRIS HIRSH ROSENBERG .... Silver Spring, Md. Medicine, M.D. Phi Alpha; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilon. ZACK WITTEN SANDERS Bluefield, W. Va. Medicine, M.D. Phi Kappa Sigma; A. F. A. King Obstetrical Society; Smith-Reed-Russell Society. Left: Cellmates — the Hatchet Editors in their den — and peaceful for once: Skaggs, Carstarphen (seated), Simon and Little Iry Brown. Center: The G. W. girls on ice — one way to keep standing . . . gambolling on the green — Coach Gene Shields criticises. Right: Outfielder Johnny Picco on deck. First Row: Scott, A. Smith, Catherine Smith, Charles Smith, Speck, Svedlow. Second Row: Thompson, Wells, Wilbur, Zellis, Zylman. JAMES MUNCY SCOTT Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. William Beaumont Society. ANDREW LEONARD SMITH .... Washington, D. C. Medicine, M.D. CATHERINE WOOD RICHARD SMITH . . Norton, Va. Medicine, M.D. Smith-Reed-Russell Society. CHARLES EDWARD SMITH Washington, D. C. Medicine M.D. GEORGE SPECK Arlington, Va. Medicine, M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Smith-Reed-Russell Society. BERNARD DAVE SVEDLOW New York, N. Y. Medicine, M.D. Phi Alpha; A. F. A. King Society; Smith-Reed-Russell Society; Phi Delta Epsilon. CHARLES WATERS THOMPSON . . Washington, D. C. Medicine, M D. CARL HUNT WELLS, JR Chevy Chase, Md. Medicine, M.D. Sigma Nu; Troubadours; Band. HERBERT TILDEN WILBUR, JR Bar Harbor, Me. Medicine, M.D. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; William Beaumont Society. ALLAN ZELLIS Philadelphia, Pa. Medicine, M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon. JACOB DERK ZYLMAN Sheboygan, Wis. Medicine, M.D. Left: Ah, Spring! — " Copie " Copeland, " Smokey " Stover and Clinton Brain let their fancies lightly turn to — politics. Center: Hope Lange and Ed Butler trying to look vernal in blustering March (note overcoat in background) . . . Sunday at the Kappa Sig house — there should be more parks to keep the children off the streets. Right: The Last Mile — Dean Kayser leads, President Marvin follows, time marches on, and another senior class goes out to face the hard, cruel world. William Beaumont Medical Society OFFICERS GEORGE GRAY PRESIDENT Founded at George Washington University, School of Medicine FACULTY MEMBER Dr. Walter Freeman JOHN B. MERRICK VICE-PRESIDENT CARL H. WHALEN SECRETARY-TREASURER SENIOR MEMBERS John Burke . . . Ripley Buckingham . . . Frederick Donn . . . John Evensta . . . J ohn Fagan . . . George Gray . . . Mark Lepper . . . Anthony Mc- Namara . . . George McAfee . . . Hugh Mahoney . . . Sherman Mills . . . B. F. Hartwell. j SENIOR MEMBERS Jerome Brawer . . . Irving B. Brick . . . Philip A. Cox . . . Abraham W. Danish . . . Herman O. Dreskin . . . George A. Gray . . . W. Clayton Jenkins . . . Isidor M. Lavine . . . Sidney Levine . . . Virgil A. LoRusso . . . George D. McAfee . . . Roswell S. Mills . . . Martin A. Saunders . . . Bernard D. Svedlow. JUNIOR MEMBERS Gilbert I. Anderson . . . Jeanne Acile Bateman . . . Horace Chartin . . . Arthur W. Clateman . . . Marvin P. Footer . . . Theodore H. Frankel . . . Marcus P. Goumas . . . Marcus L. Howard . . . Frederick J. Kardys . . . Harold J. Kurtz . . . John B. Merrick . . . Morris J. Michael . . . Martin H. Rose . . . Oscar Sugar . . . Arnold S. Greenburg. First Row: Bateman, Brawer, Bnck, Cox, Danish Doeskin Footer Gray Greenberg Second Row Jenhns, Lavine, LoRusso McAfee, Merrick, Mi ls. Sanders Sugar. Svedlow. First Row. Buckingham, Burke, Cannon. Donn, Edwards, Evensta, Fischer, Gray. Hartwell, Howard. Hoyt. Second Row: Lepper. Lorenz, Mallinson, McAfee, Merrick. Mills, Morgan, Roberts, Robertson. Scott, Wallace. JUNIOR MEMBERS John Beall . . . J. F. Cannon . . . A. F. Castro . . . Anson Hyde . . . John Merrick ... I. I . Morgan . . . W. W. Rob- ertson . . . Charles Wallace, Jr. . . . Carl Whalen . . . Charles White, Jr. . . . George Rodgers . . . John Stephens . . . Gilbert Anderson . . . Robert McCullock . . . William Derrick . . . Duncan Robertson. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS William Barton . . . Kenneth Blundon . . . Andrew Dedick . . . John A. Edwards . . . Gordon MacDonald . . . James Makinson . . . Herbert Martyn . . . Richard Fischer . . . Charles Place . . . Herrick Thomas. Founded at George Washington University, School of Medicine, October 13, 1937. FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Howard Kane, Honorary President ... Dr. Samuel Dodek. Faculty Adviser. OFFICERS ISIDOR M. LAVINE PRESIDENT VIRGIL A. LoRUSSO VICE PRESIDENT W. CLAYTON JENKINS SECRETARY JEROME BRAWER TREASURER A. F. A. King OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY C 127] ' I Smith-Reed- Russell Society F F 1 C E R S LESTER BLUMENTHAL PRESIDENT Founded at George Washington School of Medicine, October 4, 1932. Colors: Black and Gold. OSCAR SUGAR VICE PRESIDENT FACULTY MEMBERS Walter A. Bloedorn, M.D., Honorary President BARBARA SACHS SECRETARY i p j n . ACTIVE MEMBERS Rallston Adams . . . Gilbert I. Anderson . . . Adolpho O. Arias . . . C. Harry Bates . . . John A. Beall . . . Kenneth Blundon . . . Paul Burleson . . . Jesse F. Cannon . . . F. J. Castillo . . . Alex F. Castro . . . Philip A. Cox . . . Andrew P. Dedick . . . William S. Derrick . . . John Edwards . . . George A. Gray, Jr. . . . Merle M. Horner ... I. Ray How- ard . . . Charles G. Hoyt . . . Andson R. Hyde . . . Carlos F. Jiminez . . . James Kurtz . . . William B. Leftwich . . . Mark H. Lepper . . . Frederick Lorenz . . . Frank Lovingood . . . Robert J. McCullock . . . Gordon McDonald . . . Ralph Michael . . . Merlin Naylor . . . George Neslen . . . Harry D. Offutt . . . Samuel B. Pole . . . Theodore Pore . . . George Rodgers . . . John A. Stephens . . . Herrick M. Thomas . . . Frank A. Travers . . . Carl H. Whalen . . . Charles S. White, Jr. PLEDGES Rogelio E. Arias . . . Robert H. Armstrong . . . Barron Bloom . . . Frances J. C.rilley . . . Bruce Borum . . . Edward Eastham . . . John G. Fawcett . . . Richard Graves . . . Raymond L. Knight . . . Samuel Medina . . . Ronald F. Norris . . . Dee Rich Parkinson . . . Joseph C. Reiday . . . Guy A. Richards . . . Stanley J. Smiley . . . Asa W. Viccellio . . . Raymond J. Winfield. First Row Cannon Co . Edwards. Gray, Horner, Howard. Second Row: Hoyt, Lepper. Lorenz, McFarland. First Row: Bateman, Bernstein, Blumenthal, Brawer, Brick, Cox, Danish, Dreskin, Gray, Hulbert, Kanof, Kauffman, Second Row: Kaufman, Lavine, Lepper, Levine, LoRusso, Merrick, Mountain, Nelson, No tt. Rohrbaugh, Rosenberg, Sanders. Third Row: Smith, Speck, Sugar, Svedlow. ACTIVE MEMBERS Charles Bernstein . . . Lester S. Blumenthal . . . Jerome Brawer . . . Irving B. Brick . . . Philip A. Cox . . . Abraham W. Danish . . . Herman O. Dreskin . . . Lelia L. Hulbert . . . Norman B. Kanof . . . Julius Kauffman . . . Isidor M. Lavine . . . Mark H. Lepper . . . Virgil LoRusso . . . John S. Moore . . . David C. Mountain . . . Perry J. Nott . . . Austin B. Rohrbaugh, Jr. . . . Morris H. Rosenberg . . . Catherine R. Smith . . . George Speck . . . Bernard D. Svedlow. PLEDGES Fred B. Agee . . . Gilbert I. Anderson . . . Jeanne C. Bateman . . . Gustavo Belaval . . . Francisco J. Castillo . . . Alex F. Castro . . . Horace Chaitin . . . Arthur W. Qateman . . . Theodore Frankel . . . George A. Gray . . . Marcus P. Goumas . . . Marcus I. Howard . . . Anson R. Hyde . . . Bernard Kaufman . . . Morris Krucoff . . . H. James Kurtz . . . William B. Leftwich . . . Sidney Levine . . . John B. Merrick . . . Morris I. Michael . . . Morton H. Rose . . . Barbara M. Sachs . . . Richard O. Nelson . . . Zack W. Sanders . . . Cyril A. Schulman . . . Felix A. Silverstone . . . John A. Stephens . . . Oscar Sugar . . . Henry G. Wagner . . . Herman R. Weiner . . . Carl H. Whalen . . . Charles S. White, Jr. OFFICERS Founded at University of Vermont, March 31, 1889. Phi Chapter installed March 21, 1904. Publication: The Phi Chi Quarterly. Active Chapters: Sixty-seven. Colors: Olive Green and White. Flower: Lily-of-the- Va lley with Leaves. FREDERICK S. LORENZ PRESIDENT ANSON R. HYDE VICE-PRESIDENT GILBERT I. ANDERSON SECRETARY I. RAY HOWARD TREASURER PHI CHI FRATERNITY I 129 PHI DELTA EPSILON OFFICERS MORRIS ROSENBERG PRESIDENT JULIUS KAUFFMAN VICE PRESIDENT MORRIS KRUCOFF secretary MARVIN FOOTER TREASURER Founded at Cornell University, 1904. Psi Chapter installed 1923. Publica- tion: ' Phi Delta Epsilon News. " Active Chapters: Seventy-three. Colors: Royal Purple and Cream of White. Flower: Red Carnation. ACTIVE MEMBERS Seniors Charles Bernstein . . . Lester Blumenthal . . . Jerome Brawer . . . Robert Greenberg . . . Norman Kanof . . . Julius Kauffman . . . Bernhard Kaufman Isadore Lavine . . . Morris Rosenberg . . . George Speck . . . Bernard Svedlow . . . Allan Zellis. FACULTY MEMBERS Jeter C. Bradley . . . Cline N. Chipman . . . Hazen L. Cole . . . Coursen B. Conklin . . . Paul F. Dickens . . . Custis L. Hall . . . Howard F. Kane . . . Hayden Kirby-Smith . . . John B. Marbury . . . Frederick A. Reuter . . . Arch L. Riddick . . . Luther H. Snyder. ACTIVE MEMBERS Ripley Buckingham . . . John H. Burke . . . Frederick Y. Donn . . . Richard L. Etter . . . John P. Elliott . . . Ignatio de L. Fabrega . . . Richard Fischer . . . Norman A. Gilliland . . . Charles Hornisher . . . Frank Jaggers . . . Frederick J. Kardys . . . Archibald MacPherson . . . James T. Makinson . . . John B. Merrick . . . Ivor I. Morgan . . . John T. Obenschain . . . Samuel L. Parker, Jr. . . . Duncan Robertson . . . William W. Robertson . . . Charles J. Wallace, Jr. . . . Anthony Zappala. First Row Buckingham Burke Donr E Tot Eetter, Fabriga. Fischer. Gilland, Hornisher Jaggers. Second Row: Kardys. Lightfoot, MacPherson, Makinson Merrick, Morgan Obenschien. Parker, D. Robertson. W. Robertscn. First Row: Bernstein, Blumenthal, Brawer, Footer. A. Greenberg, R. Greenberg, Kanof, Kauffman, Kaufman. Second Row: Lavine, Rosenberg. Speck, Svcdlow, Zellis. Juniors Horace Chaiten . . . Mortimer Folston . . . Marvin Footer . . . Theodore Frankel . . . Arnold Greenberg . . . Morris Krucoff . . . Morris Michael . . . Burton Mincosky . . . Morton Rose . . . Cyril Schulman . . . Herman Weiner. Sophomores Samuel Dove . . . Stanley Kirstein . . . Leo Siegel . . . George Tievsky. PLEDGES Harvey Ammerman . . . Leonard Akman . . . Milton Dorfman . . . Herbert Goldstein . . . Harold Kagan . . . William Kurstin . . . Sam Loeb . . . Boris Rabkin . . . Solomon Resnick. PLEDGES OFFICERS Hood Baxley . . . James Dowd . . . William Hardy . . . Emerson E. Hoppes . . . James L. Kelley, Jr. . . . George H. Marble . . . John McCrea . . . Harlan McNutt . . . Primo Mori . . . W. S. Nicklin, Jr. . . . Kenneth L. Partlow . . . Charles Place . . Robert Stanley . . . Robert Smith . . . John Wentworth. Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888. Alpha Zeta Chapter installed, 1905. Chapter House: 2112 R. St., N. W. Publication: " The Centaur. " Active Chapters: Forty-five. Colors: Green and White. Flower: White Carnation. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA RIPLEY BUCKINGHAM PRESIDENT JOHN HAROLD BURKE VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN BLAKE MERRICK SECRETARY CHARLES J. WALLACE, JR. TREASURER [ 131 ] ALPHA EPSILON IOTA OFFICERS LEILA HULBERT PRESIDENT BARBARA McMULLEN SACHS VICE-PRESIDENT JEAN DUNHAM RECORDING SECRETARY NAOMI GREEN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MARY ELLEN COLLINS TREASURER Founded at University of Michigan, February 26, 1 890. Phi Chapter in- stalled May 2, 1927. Publication: " Alpha Epsilon lota Directory " Journal. Active Chapters: Twenty-four. Colors: Black, White, and Green. Flower: White Carnation. » • FACULTY MEMBERS Theodore J. Abernethy . . . William W. Chase . . . Roger M. Choisser . . . Watson W. Eldridge . . . Henry P. Erwin . . . Otto A. Engh . . . Russell J. Fields . . . Angus M. Griffin . . . William P. Haynes . . . Oliver J. Irish . . . William H. Jenkins . . . Richard E. Kelso . . . Chester E. Leese . . . Bernard W. Leonard . . . William C. Meloy . . . Reginald H. Mitchell . . . Daniel B. Moffett . . . William R. Morris . . . John L. Parks . . . Leland W. Parr . . . Herbert P. Ramsey . . . Perceval S. Rossiter . . . Leroy L. Sawyer . . . George V. Simpson . . . Edward B. Vedder . . . Vern Zech. FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Roger M. Choisser MEMBER ON BOARD OF TRUSTEES Henry P. Erwin First Row Batemjn, Collins, Dunham, Hulbert. Pearlman, Peck. Second Row: Sislen, Tefft. FACULTY MEMBERS Elizabeth Chicicering . . . Alma Fogelberg . . . Helen Gladys Kain . . . Esther Nathan- son . . . Margaret Nicholson. ACTIVE MEMBERS Jeanne Bateman . . . Caroline Burpeau . . . Mary Ellen Collins . . . Jean Dunham . . . Naomi Green . . . Leila Hulbert . . . Shirley Pearlman . . . Theodora Peck . . . Barbara McMullen Sachs . . . Dorothy Sislen . . . Sally Steele . . . Helen Tefft. ES ACTIVE MEMBERS George D. Adams . . . Manning W. Alden . . . Frederick E. Amick . . . Joseph Andrews . . . Don L. Andrus . . . John S. Boling . . . Erwin N. Chapman . . . Jehue R. Connelly . . Robert W. Conrad . . . J. Gordon Daines . . . John P. Docktor . . . John W. DuChez . . . J. Phillip Fairchild . . . John B. Fegan . . . Marcus P. Goumas . . . John A. Hughes . . . Ardeshir B. Irani, Jr. . . . Howard S. Jeans . . . Charles L. Kelso . . . Daniel L. Kirk . . . Ludwig C. Kroutil . . . James L. Long . . . Jean E. Paquin . . . James H. Pollex . . . Enos Ray . . . William A. Robie . . . Gordon M. Smith . . . Henry Thompson, Jr. . . . Henry G. Wagner. Founded at University of Michigan, March 2, 1882. Beta Upsilon Chapter installed February 8, 1941. Publications: " Nu Sigma Nu Annual Bulletin, " History of Nu Sigma Nu, ' and Nu Sigma Nu Directory. " Active Chap- ters: Forty-one. Colors: Maroon and White. Flowers: Winte and White Carnations. OFFICERS MANNING W. ALDEN PRESIDENT JAMES H. POLLEX vice-president JEHUE R. CONNELLY SECRETARY J. PHILLIP FAIRCHILD TREASURER ENOS RAY HISTORIAN HENRY THOMPSON, JR. HISTORIAN NU SIGMA NU [ 133 ] Below: Tuesday morning ' s " Hatchet " makes its appea- ance in the Student Club . . . counter-loungers and bridge fiends . . . Anne of Quigley’s makes a sale to a couple of K. A.’s. Opposite: One of those encounters over a coke in the " Stooge Club " ... an encounter with the books in front of the bulletin board . . . end of the line at the Food Shoppe . . . and the door to the underground cafeteria. As much a part of the University as the class rooms are the campus hang-outs beloved by the student body. Many a mentally harassed student has found a momentary refuge from school routine in a snack at the Food Shoppe, a coke at Quigley ' s, a bridge game in the Student Club, or a short one at Bassin ' s. In all of these rendezvous, there is a spirit of college comraderie based on laughter and fun, intellectualism and the arts, or a fraternity or sorority pin, and a serious conversation is as unlikely as a fo urth for bridge with a deck of cards. The noise of dishes ' clatter and students ' chatter, the soft snap of cards [ fHAKV.st , 5 Opposite: Bridge game . . . the well-known grapevine starts in the Student Club . . . Sue McNeese . . . More gab sessions . . . and more hanger-outers. Above: " In front of Quig ' s, " the perennial meeting- place . . . crowded tables in the Food Shoppe . . . Kaye Wheeler concentrates . . . and more bridge . . . and more bridge . . . and Quigley ' s counter. on scarred table tops, the popular tunes being bel- lowed by the nickleodeons, these are the sounds that weave themselves into a familiar pattern. A line of students chattering as they wait for their dinners at the Food Shoppe, the K A ' s huddled around a table at Quig ' s and Mary or Anne telling you that you haven ' t won the dollar in trade this week, Mr. B ' s booths offering some scholar a momentary respite from school books, a worried bridge fiend hunched over a handful of cards in the Students ' Club . . . these are the sights that blend into a college kaleido- scope. % i nf W r 7 f. r ■t ' » On the opposite page and above are pictures of the typical Strong Hall resident. The girl is Betty Munson, a freshman who lives in Room 211. We see Betty braving the registration line, spendinq a typical dormitory day (including a session in the library), and finally going out and coming in from a gala evening at the All-Uni- versity Prom. THE MODERN PHILIPSBORN THE 610 Nth Street • FOOD SHOP Our JUNIOR VOGUE A CAFETERIA DRESS SHOP Second Floor Caters to Young Moderns in Fashions With Eye-Appeal Open 7:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. 20th and G Streets, N. W. Priced Within Your Budget WASHINGTON, D. C. SIZES 9 to 15 MARLOW COAL COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1858 SPECIALIZING IN HIGH-GRADE COAL EXCLUSIVELY We Serve the University ☆ 81 I E Street, N.W. Phone NAtional 03 I I G. W. U. STANDARD CLASS RINGS Wear the Emblem of Your Alma Mater Fourteen years ago the Balfour G. W. Class Ring was approved as official and since that time has brought pleasure and satisfaction to hundreds of G. W. graduates. These Beautiful Gold Rings available with a selection of stones and in three sizes: — Large — Medium — Small. . . . ALSO . . . Fraternity Pins and Fraternity Jewelry Medals — Cups — and Trophies ON SALE AT BALFOUR’S STEPHEN O. FORD, Manager 204 International Building WASHINGTON, D. C. 1319 F Street, N.W. Telephone NA. 1045 “ ke ' Lfniversihj Printer ★ PRINTING COMPANY The House That Printing Built Telephone: SHepherd 1916-1917 912-918 Burlington Ave. Silver Spring, Md. RENDEZVOUS BOWLING ALLEYS THE Place to Bowl RENDEZVOUS BOWLING ALLEYS 4618 14th Street, N. W. COMPLIMENTS OF CHAS. H. TOMPKINS CO BUILDERS Julius Garfinckel Co. A Store With the Heritage of a Fine Name Where you’ll see beautiful merchandise with the quality and fashion for which we have always been known. Here you’ll find smart young fashions for girls ... on our fourth and sixth floors . . . and for young men on our second floor. F STREET AT FOURTEENTH DAVE MARGOLIS JELLEFF ' S JUNIOR DEB SHOP Our dresses are especially appeal- ing to smart school girls in and around Washington . . . they find them " different,” they enjoy the great variety, the wit hin-reach prices! George Washington University Girls KNOW! Corner 22nd and G Streets, N.W. Open Till 9 P.M. District 9600 " MEN ' S WEAR " Featuring " Brands for College Men " INCLUDING Arrow Shirts Interwoven Socks McGregor Sportswear Manhattan Pajamas Mallory Hats B V. D. Underwear Jarman Shoes Swank Jewelry Pioneer Braces Hickok Belts AND OTHERS Plus a Full Line of Men ' s Suits Overcoats and Topcoats Custom Tailored and Ready to Wear STUDENT CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Mtional We have tried to make this book different from every Cherry Tree " that has ever gone before, but here on the last page we would like to plagiarize our predecessors long enough to express our thanks to a number of people for a number of things. We nominate, then, for our own private Hall of Fame the following: Mr. Emmett Deady, of the Standard Engraving Company, for inspiring us with a new idea, and Mr. Frank Huseman for helping us carry it out. The Benson Printing Company and their rep- resentatives, Mr. W. A. Daniel and Miss Muriel Chamberlain, who helped us put our ideas in concrete form. The Casson Studio for its cooperation with the photographic work, and all of our student photographers. The University Comptroller, Mr. Henry W. Herzog, and Mr. John McLaughlin, of the Pub- lications Office, for moral support and contact work. The Interfraternity Council for providing enough obstacles to make us determined to " show them. " And the Student Council and Hatchet " for doing their part to straighten out the difficulties. Finally, the members of our respective staffs who worked so faithfully — and even those who didn ' t but at least said they wanted to help. THE BOARD OF EDITORS. mm • -:2b I KINGTONE


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