George Washington University - Cherry Tree Yearbook (Washington, DC)

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The George Wash Lihrar ington L niversity Special Collections Di i vision The 1962 CHERRY TREE . . . yearbook of The George Washington University Washington, D. C. I a 2 3 p R CONTENTS: 1 N T Seniors 8 E D Ad ministration 26 M Looking Back 34 A T Student Activities 56 T E Honoraries 86 R Organizations 98 R O T C 124 Sports 132 Greeks 152 Advertising 210 5 WE RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE the 1962 Cherry Tree to Dean Elmer Louis Kayser of the Division of University Students. He taught us history, taught our parents history, and made a lasting impression on both generations. 6 CLASS OF 1962 10 CLASS OF 1962 LINDA ABRAMS York, Pennsylvania Education Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hillel; Homecoming Ticket Chairman. HEATHER H. ADLER Washington, D. C. Sociology and Anthropology Phi Sigma Sigma; French Club — President, Secretary, Treas- urer; Big Sis; I.S.A.B. Representative. EDWARD G. ALEXANDER Washington, D. C. Zoology Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Herald, Social Chairman, Chaplain; Emanon; Gate and Key; Intramurals; Student Handbook — Advertising Manager; Toy Drive — Publicity Chairman. PHILIP S. AMSTERDAM Orange, New Jersey Sociology and Anthropology Alpha Epsilon Pi; WRGW — Assistant Station Manager; Hillel; C.C.P.; Young Democrats; Student Handbook — Business Man- ager; Career Conference; Homecoming; Holiday Season; Ladies Man; Pre-Law Society — President; Intramurals; Lester F. Ward Sociology Society. RICHARD ARROW Bayside, New York Political Science Tau Epsilon Phi — Treasurer, Historian; Gate and Key; Old Men; Hillel; Adams Hall Council; Student Directory — Editor. ALINDA A. ARTHUR Arlington, Virginia Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics Club; Majorettes — Cap- tain. STOVER BABCOCK Arlington, Virginia Business A dministration Sigma Nu Social Affiliate; Order of Scarlet; Indeans — Chair- man; S.B.G. — Chairman; Student Council — Comptroller; Intra- murals; A.F.R.O.T.C. — Advanced Corps; Alpha Kappa Psi; Who’s Who. SUSAN P. BADGER Arlington, Virginia Education S.N.E.A. 12 BERTRAM J. BARAFF Washington, D. C. Economics Phi Sigma Delta — Vice President, Pledge Trainer, Historian; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gate and Key— Vice President; Interfraternity Council — President, Vice President; Student Council — Vice President; Intramurals; Who’s Who; Winner of Intramural Impromptu Forensic Competition; Who’s Who. MELVIN A. BARON Washington, D. C. Pharmacy Phi Sigma Delta. NEAL B. BERRYMAN Washington, D. C. Accounting Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Council — Student Union Chair- man; Colonial Mardi Gras — Comptroller; Cherry Tree; Old Men. LEAH BEYDA Washington, D. C. Education Alpha Epsilon Phi — President, Treasurer; Delphi; Tassels; Big Sis; S.N.E.A.; Activities Committee; Homecoming Committee; Colonial Cruise Committee; Columbian Women; Panhellenic Council; Colonial Booster Board — President, Secretary. Who’s Who. HENRY F. BOSMA Hyattsville, Maryland Education Pi Kappa Alpha — Secretary; Russian Club — Treasurer; New- man Club — Treasurer. HELEN S. BOTHWELL Washington, D. C. Economics ROLANDE F. BOUCHER Wilmington, Delaware Speech Correction Delta Gamma — Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Rituals Chairman; Sigma Alpha Eta; Rifle Club; Student Ac- tivities Council; Madison Hall — Dorm Council, President; May Day — Program Co-Chairman; Freshman Orientation Buf- fet — Chairman; Homecoming — Secretary; Big Sis; C.C.P.; En- gineering School Queen; Mecheleciv Miss; Homecoming Queen; Colonial Cruise Publicity Committee; Campus Combo Sales Committee; Who’s Who. SUSAN P. BROMFIELD West Hartford, Connecticut Elementary Education Kappa Kappa Gamma — Social Chairman; Emanon; Glee Club; Big Sis. CHARLES R. BRUN Washington, D. C. Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi. STEPHEN CAINE Alexandria, Virginia Engineering PADDY CALLAGHAN Arlington, Virginia Education Kappa Kappa Gamma — Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Vice Presi- dent; Delphi — Publicity Chairman; Big Sis — Membership Chairman. DOROTHY J. CARLSON Lanham, Maryland Political Science Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; Big Sis — Vice President; Messiah Chorus; Troubadors; Phi Beta Kappa. BARBARA S. CARTER Manassas, Virginia English Literature Emosimian Debate Society. WILLIAM P. CHALFANT Chevy Chase, Maryland Zoology Kappa Alpha; Le Cercle Francais. i CLASS OF 1962 FABIO A. CONVERS Bogota, Colombia Engineering CLAUDIA C. COOPER Falls Church, Virginia Drawing and Painting Pi Beta Phi — Pledge Supervisor, Assistant Rush Captain, Ex- ecutive Council, Panhellenic Delegate; Delphi; Art Club; Stu- dent Art Show; Varsity Hockey; Panhellenic Sing — Chairman; Big Sis; Mecheleciv Miss. KATHARINE B. CRAWFORD Tryon, North Carolina Religion Chi Omega; Messiah Chorus. ELAINE F. CRONIN Hingham, Massachusetts English Literature Alpha Delta Pi; Newman Club; International Students Society. JUDY E. CRUMLISH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Foreign Affairs Delta Gamma — President, Vice President, Pledge Trainer; Delphi — Secretary; Panhellenic Council — President; Student Life Committee; Student Council — School of Government Representative; Varsity Hockey; Cherry Tree — Associate Ed- itor; Hatchet — Copy Editor; Troubadors; Big Sis; Messiah Chorus; Homecoming Sub-Chairman; Colonial Cruise Sub- Chairman; Madison Hall — Dorm Council, Secretary, Social Chairman; Homecoming Queen Court; Who’s Who. DOUGLAS M. CRUPPER Alexandria, Virginia Physical Education Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Intramural Director, Herald, Vice Pres- ident; Student Handbook; Varsity Baseball, Varsity Basketball. SUSAN CUNNINGHAM McLean, Virginia Sociology and Anthropology Kappa Alpha Theta — President; Delphi; Newman Club; Uni- versity Players; Messiah Chorus; Troubadors; Glee Club; Career Conference; Flying Sponsors; Angel Flight; Emanon; Big Sis. LYNDA J. D’ANDRE Metuchen, New Jersey Psychology Kappa Kappa Gamma — Membership Chairman; Delphi; Glee Club, Troubadors; Student Council — Secretary; Hi Ball — Pub- licity Chairman; Colonial Mardi Gras — Refreshments Chair- man; Holiday Season — Refreshments Chairman; I.S.A.B. Rep- resentative; Big Sis — Publicity; Sweetheart of Order of Scarlet; Strong Hall — Dorm Council; Play Productions — Makeup; Al- pha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart. NANCY E. DAVIDSON Washington, D. C. Education Kappa Delta — President; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board — Secretary; Tassels; Dorm Council; Big Sis; Wesley Foun- dation — President; Religious Council — Treasurer, President; Who’s Who. ISABEL M DAVIES Washington, D. C. History Pi Beta Phi — Treasurer; Tassels; Delphi; Alpha Theta Nu; W.A.A. — Corresponding Secretary; I.S.A.B.; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball. ROBERT A. DE LUCA Worcester. Massachusetts Business A dministration Newman Club — Vice President; International Students Soci- ety; Society for Advancement of Management. ANNE E DISMUKES Columbus. Georgia Education Kappa Alpha Theta — Pledge Scholarship Chairman, Marshal and Archivist; Canterbury Club: I R C.; Hancock Hall — Pres- ident: Madison Hall — Dorm Council: Bib Sis: Junior Adviser. 14 SUSAN H. DODGE McLean, Virginia Sociology and Anthropology Kappa Alpha Theta. ANTHONY DOLD Alexandria, Virginia International Affairs Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Re- corder, Correspondent; Homecoming — Facilities Chairman; Booster Board; Old Men; Emanon; Pershing Rifler. VIRGINIA L. DOUGLASS Falls Church, Virginia Elementary Education S.N.E.A. EDWARD DYSON Alexandria, Virginia Business A dm in is t ration Sigma Alpha Epsilon — President; Gate and Key; Intramurals; Homecoming Co-Chairman; Order of Scarlet — Board of Gov- ernors; Booster Board; Old Men; Who’s Who. WILLIAM ELLIS Arlington, Virginia Business A dminist ration Sigma Chi; Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Kappa Psi; Pep Band; Booster Board; Varsity Sailing; Intramurals; President’s Com- mittee on Musical Activities. PETER ENIS Washington, D. C. Mathematics Phi Sigma Delta — President; Phi Eta Sigma — President; Gate and Key — Secretary. JON ALDEN FELDMAN Newark, N. J. Economics Varsity Basketball; Who’s Who. LILIEN FILIPOVITCH Washington, D. C. Art History and Theory Delta Gamma — President; Mortar Board Delphi; Tassels; Big Sis; Russian Club; W.A.A. — Secretary; Dance Production Group; Hatchet, Homecoming Queen Finalist; Intramurals. GLORIA E. FINKELSTEIN Washington, D. C. Speech Sigma Alpha Eta; Big Sis; Dance Production Group; Religious Council — Treasurer; S.Z.O.; Hillel — Secretary, Second Vice President, First Vice President, President. SARA FINKELSTEIN Washington, D. C. International Affairs S.Z.O. MARY C. FISCHMAN Washington, D. C. Pharmacy Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Theta Nu; Kappa Epsilon; Tassels; American Pharmaceutical Association. JANET S. FLOCKEN Washington, D. C. B usin ess A d m in is t rat ion Delphi; Tennis Club; Big Sis; Kappa Delta— President, Treas- urer; Panhellenic Council. PAULA FORTUCCI Arlington, Virginia International Affairs Delta Gamma; Alpha Lamda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Tassels; Big Sis — Publicity Chairman; International Student Society; Alpha Theta Nu; Panhellenic Council — Vice President. CAROLYN D. GAINES Washington, D. C. Speech Al ph a Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Eta; W.A.A.; Messiah Chorus; Olee Club; Traveling Troubadours; University Players- All-U Follies. 15 CLASS OF 1962 JOHN GANNON Brookdale, Maryland History Mount Saint Mary’s College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Publicity Chairman, Chaplain, Outstanding Pledge; Phi Delta Kappa; Cherry Tree — Assistant Editor; Intramurals. FREDRICK J. GAUVREAU Chevy Chase, Maryland Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon — Vice President; Sigma Tau; A.F.R.O.T.C.; Arnold Air Society. STEPHEN F. GORDON Patterson, New Jersey Zoology Tau Epsilon Phi; Aesculapian Society — Vice President; Hillel; French Club; Adams Hall — Secretary. JANET I. GREEN Springfield, Missouri International A fjairs Alpha Delta Pi — Recording Secretary; Outstanding Pledge; Delphi. PHILIP GROSS Washington, D. C. Business A dministration Alpha Kappa Psi; Arnold Air Society — Comptroller; A.F.R.O.T.C. JOAN E. GRUBBS Alexandria, Virginia B usin ess A dm in ist ration Kappa Delta — Treasurer; Big Sis; Hatchet; Messiah Chorus; Intersorority Athletic Board — Tournament Chairman; I.S.A.B. Outstanding Service Award. ROSALIE GUTRIDE Washington, D. C. Zoology Laboratory Assistant; Secretary — Zoology Department. BETTE P. HAGAN Nashville, Tennessee Home Economics Home Economics Club — Vice President, President; Alpha Pi E psi Ion — Historian. TERRENCE W. HALL Arlington, Virginia International A (fairs Phi Sigma Kappa; Pershine Rifles, Arnold Air Society, French Club. GEORGE J HANNON Washington, D. C. Psychology WILLIAM D. HARDY Teaneck, New Jersey Zoology Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Football — Co-Captain; Baseball; Intramurals; Who s Who. HELENE M. HARPER Atlanta. Georgia American Thought and Civilization Delta Gamma; Delphi; Big Sis; Newman Club; Troubadours; Glee Club; University Dramatics; Madison Hall Dorm Coun- cil; Secretary — Student Council; Secretary — Student Life; Stu- dent Activities Assistant; Co-Chairman — Publicity Mardi Gras; Homecoming Committee: Colonial Cruise Committee: Hat- chet Staff; Student Liaison Committee; Cherry Tree Staff; Cheerleaders — Co-Captain; Engineering Queen; Homecoming Queen: Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl; Cherry Tree Princess; Mecheleciv Miss; Who’s Who. 16 MOLLIE A. HARPER Washington, D. C. Business A dministration Alpha Lamda Delta; Tassels; Delta Sigma Rho; Enosinian Debating Society. SHARON HARRISON Washington, D. C. Education Pi Beta Phi — Recording Secretary; Alpha Theta Nu. JANE E. HELLER York, Pennsylvania Sociology and Anthropology MICHAEL R. HERRON Evansville, Indiana Zoology Varsity Basketball. JANE D. HICKEY Washington, D. C. English Kappa Delta; Student Career Conference Committee. DANIEL HIGMAN Washington, D. C. Botany W.R.G.W. HOWARD T. HILL Washington, D. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Chi; Gate and Key; A.S.C.E.; Sigma Epsilon; Sailing; Who’s Who. JULIA A. HINEBAUGH Linthicum Heights, Maryland Political Science Kappa Alpha Theta — Recommendation Chairman, Song Chair- man; Big Sis; Messiah Chorus. LINDA C. HOCHMAN Arlington, Virginia Art History and Criticism Ensonian Debate Society; Messiah Chorus; Troubadors PATRICIA D. HOLE Washington, D. C. Engineering National Education Association; Newman Club — Vice Presi- dent; Basketball; Drama — Director. ROBERT C. HOWARD Arlington, Virginia Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon DUANE H. ILVEDSON Washington, D. C. Economics Phi Sigma Kappa; Jamestown College. ANDREJS JAUNRUBENIS Washington, D. C. Electrical Engineering I.R.E. — A.I.E.E.; WRGW Workshop; A.F.R.O.T.C. KIRA KALVIK Washington, D. C. Chemistry Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Lutheran Students Association. 17 CLASS OF 1962 BARRY I. KANTER Newton, Massachusetts Political Science Tau Epsilon Phi — Treasurer; Gate and Key; Intramurals; Colonial Mardi Gras — Secretary; Colonial Boosters — Treas- urer; Cherry Tree Advertising Staff; Old Men. ANN C. KELLOGG Marietta, Georgia Psychology Kappa Alpha Theta — Social Chairman; Flying Sponsors; Strong Hall Dorm Council; Panhellenic Association — Treas- urer; Winner — I.S.A.B. Golf Tournament. PATRICIA C. KERMAN Great Neck, New York Speech Phi Sigma Sigma; Queens Chairman — Homecoming. ARLENE K. KEVORKIAN Washington, D. C. Mathematics Zeta Tau Alpha — President, Vice President; Mortar Board — President; Delphi — President; Tassels; Alpha Lamda Delta; Alpha Theta Nu; Student National Education Association; Student Life Committee; Holiday Season — Co-Chairman; Big Sis Board — President; Madison Hall — Junior Advisor; Pan- hellenic Council; Who’s Who. SONDRA L. KITT York, Pennsylvania French Language and Literature Alpha Epsilon Phi — Parliamentarian; W.R.G.W.; Hillel; Le Cercle Francais. MARGARET L. KROLL Washington, D. C. Political Science Kappa Delta — Treasurer, Panhellenic Delegate; Big Sis; W.A.A. Honorary Field Hockey Team. ELAINE R. KUPERSMITH Washington, D. C. History Big Sis; W.R.G.W. CAROL E. LANDER Alexandria, Virginia Mathematics Sigma Kappa; Alpha Theta Nu; Delphi; French Club; Angel Flight; Big Sis; Tassels. MARIA H. LAPI Rochester, New r York International Affairs JANICE L. LARKINS Arlington, Virginia Speech Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Alpha Eta; G.W. Players; Troubadors; Drama Board Representative; Apple Blossom Princess; Cherry Tree Queen; Top Notcher; Who’s Who. JOHN L. LAVAGNINO Succasunna. New Jersey Physics JOHN G. LENT La Mesa, California International Affairs Sigma Phi Epsilon; International Students Society; Arnold Air Society. 18 ROBERT S. LEVINE Brooklyn, New York Pre Medicine Tau Epsilon Phi — President, Vice President; Gate and Key Secretary; Order of Scarlet; Colonial Mardi Gras — Co-Chair- man; Campus Combo — Co-Chairman; Hi Ball — Comptroller; Cherry Tree — Advertising Staff. SALLY L. LINK Washington, D. C. Education DAVID T. LOKERSON Chevy Chase, Maryland Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau; Sigma Epsilon; American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers. DONALD C. LOKERSON Chevy Chase, Maryland Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers; W.R.G.W. JULIE A. MARSH Arlington, Virginia Art History and Theory Alpha Delta Pi; Religious Council; Dorm Council; Dormitory Publicity Director. BENNETT R. MARSHALL Alexandria, Virginia Business A dministration Order of Scarlet; Alpha Kappa Psi — President, Vice President; Society for Advancement of Management; Russian Club; Beta Mu Investment Club — Treasurer; Colonial Mardi Gras — Co- Chairman; Dean’s List; Who’s Who. PATRICIA L. MARTIN Arlington, Virginia Elementary Education Chi Omega — Treasurer, Pledge Trainer; Flying Sponsors — Treasurer; I.S.A.B.; Big Sis; S.N.E.A. — Vice President. RONALD D. McGEHEE Washington, D. C. Business A dministration Society for the Advancement of Management. JANE McLAIN Washington, D. C. German Language and Literature Delta Zeta; Eastern Orthodox Club; Russian Club. PATRICH H. MECHEM Milpitas, California History Kappa Sigma — President, Vice President, Secretary, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman; Stamp Club; Glee Club; Trouba- dors; Pep Band; I.F.C. — Social Chairman, Outstanding Dele- gate. RHODA B. MILLER Washington, D. C. French Language and Literature Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Theta Nu; Russian Club — President Vice President; French Club; Canterbury Club; International Students Society. ANN MOHRBACHER Arlington, Virginia Mathematics Kappa Kappa Gamma; International Students Society; Cherry ESTELLE D. LUBER Washington, D. C. Pharmacy Phi Sigma Sigma — President, Treasurer; Mortar Board — Cor- responding Secretary; Tassels — President; Rho Chi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Theta Nu; Kappa Epsilon; American Pharmaceutical Association; Big Sis; Big Sis Board — Member- ship Chairman; President of Freshman Pharmacy Class; Phar- macy Council — Secretary; Who’s Who. MARY E. MOORE Washington, D. C. Sociology and Anthropology Kappa Delta, Rifle Team; Junior Panhellenic Representative. CLASS OF 1962 JANET MORRISSEY Washington, D. C. International Affairs Delta Pi; The Boy Friend — Costumes; Studio Workshop Club; Phi Beta Kappa. SUSAN D. MOSHER Oakton, Virginia Elementary Education Chi Omega; International Club; S.N.E.A. DANIEL R. MULVILLE Chevy Chase, Maryland Mechanical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; AS. ME.; Engineer’s Council; Intramurals; Mecheleciv Magazine — Board of Editors. STANLEY I. MUSIC Silver Spring, Maryland Zoology Le Cercle Francais; Spanish Club; Intramurals. JEAN M. MYERS Washington, D. C. International Affairs Tassels; International Relations Club. MARGARET E. NEFF Delray Beach, Florida Biology Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Theta Nu; International Students Society; Troubadors; Messiah Chorus; Dance Production; S.B.G. — Secretary, Awards Chairman; Activities Fair; Cul- tural Foundation — Vice Chairman; Emosinian Debate — Pub- lic Relations Chairman, Historian; Varsity Debate; Hatchet Reporter; Pajama Game; Intramural Speech Winner; ’’College Bowl” Team Captain; Who ' s Who. STEPHEN J. NEWMAN Washington, D. C. Zoology Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hatchet — Assistant Sports Editor; Alpha Theta Nu; Old Men; Pre-Med Society; I.F.C.; Phi Eta Sigma; Rifle Team — Captain; Hi Ball — Co-chairman; Order of Scar- let — Board of Governors; Omicron Delta Kappa — President; Dean ' s List; Student Life Committee; Who ' s Who. ROBERT E. NICHOLS Chagrin Falls, Ohio International Affairs Delta Tau Delta; Order of Scarlet; Intramurals; Hatchet — Reporter. JEAN M. NICOLAI Arlington, Virginia English Literature Dance Production Group. ARTHUR T. NIELSEN Alexandria. Virginia Civil Engineering Theta Tau — Vice Regent; American Society of Civil Engi- neers — Secretary; Intramurals. LINDA K. O’DONNELL Arlington. Virginia Education JOHN W. G. OGILVIE Candlewood Isle, Connecticut Economics Sigma Nu — Vice President, Social Chairman; Alpha Kappa Psi — Publicity Director; Student Council — Purchasing Agent; Intramurals. 20 17 JOYCE J. ORMSBY Islip, New York English Literature Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Tassels; Mortar Board; Junior Adviser; Big Sis; Panhellenic Council — President; Student Life Committee; May Day — Queens Chairman; Who’s Who. PAUL A. OSCAR Silver Spring, Maryland Civil Engineering Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau; American Society of Civil Engi- neers. MARGARET A. PALMER Wichita, Kansas Political Science Colorado Women’s College; S.B.G.; International Students Society. LEONARD J. PAPPAS St. Petersburg, Florida Psychology Sigma Nu-Social Chairman. JOHN A. PARKER Washington, D. C. Science KAREN M. PARKER Washington, D. C. Psychology PHYLISS A. PARZIALE Winchester, Massachusetts History Kappa Kappa Gamma— Efficiency Chairman; Strong Hall — President. BARBARA A. PEARSALL Alexandria, Virginia Social Studies Kappa Kappa Gamma ANGELA N. PECORELLA Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Education Spanish Club; S.N.E.A.; Madison Hall — Dorm Council. LEON PENSKY Silver Spring, Maryland Foreign A ffairs Phi Sigma Delta — Vice President, Recording Secretary, Booster Chairman. MICHAEL J. PERPER Washington, D. C. Accounting Ohio University; Phi Sigma Delta— Treasurer, Social Chair- man. Recording Secretary, Historian; Gate and Key; Hillel- Student Council— Assistant Comptroller; Intramurals; Home- coming — Ticket Committee. DANIEL W. PERSINGER Falls Church, Virginia Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals. MORTON H. PRESS Washington, D. C. Accounting Tau Epsilon Phi— Historian, Treasurer; Order of Scarlet- vest ' men t°C I idv of D Mana 8 e ment; Beta Mu In- vestment Club Alpha Kappa Psi— Vice President; Foggy Bottom Sports Car Club; Hillel; Old Men- Pen Band Ac- tivities Fair— Controller; Mardi Gras — CoComptroller; C.C.P. LINDA S. PRYOR Falls Church, Virginia Chemistry Alpha Delta Pi-President; Delphi; Iota Sigma Pi; Tassels. 21 CLASS OF 1962 STEPHEN PULASKI Washington, D. C. History Newman Club — Senior Delegate; International Students So- ciety. HARRY B. QUALMAN East Norwalk, Connecticut International Affairs JOYCE E. RAUM Washington, D. C. Secondary Education Hil lei. ROBERT C. RAYBOLD Arlington, Virginia Statistics Delta Tau Delta; Old Men. ELIZABETH A. REID Washington, D. C. Sociology and Anthropology Zeta Tau Alpha — Recording Secretary, Treasurer; C.C.P.; Young Democrats; Big Sis; Tassels. JEREMY W. REYNOLDS Arlington, Virginia Economics Sigma Nu — Treasurer, Secretary; Folk Singing Club; Intra- murals; Interfraternity Council Rush Brochure — CoEditor; Troubadors; Messiah Chorus; Glee Club. CAROL J. RODEFFER Washington, D. C. Psychology Sigma Kappa; Lutheran Student Association. NANCY P. ROSE Washington, D. C. Elementary Education Phi Sigma Sigma; S.N.E.A.; Hillel. STUART P. ROSS Arlington, Virginia Public Affairs Delta Tau Delta — Assistant Rush Chairman; Booster Board — Membership Chairman; Old Men; Student Council — Ac- tivities Director; Intramurals; Varsity Basketball, Crew; Stu- dent Council — Budget Committee; Career Conference Com- mittee. RICHARD V. RUNGE Falls Church, Virginia Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon — Secretary; University Players; Intramurals; Intramural Council. WALTER G. SANTILLI Alexandria, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau; I.R.E. DOROTHY M. SC A VON E Orange, New Jersey Education Newman Club; French Club; Glee Club; Strong Hall — Presi- dent. Council Representative; S.N.E.A. 22 SHEILA SCHLOSSENBERG Silver Spring, Maryland Elementary Education Alpha Epsilon Phi; Tassels; Russian Club. MARILYN L. SCHROEDER Falls Church, Virginia Elementary Education Sigma Kappa; G.A.A.; Rifle Club; Junior Panhellenic Council. MARGARET R. SENNETT Erie, Pennsylvania Journalism Zeta Tau Alpha — Historian; Big Sis; Cherry Tree Staff; Panhellenic Delegate. DAVID H. SHINN Yakima, Washington International Affairs JAMES A. SHNEER Portsmouth, Virginia Mathematics Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hillel; W.R.G.W. DEANNE SIEMER Washington, D. C. International Affairs Delta Delta Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Delphi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Hatchet — Editor; W.A.A. — Publicity Director; Wan- dering Greeks — President; Student Council — Activities Coun- cil Representative; Madison Hall Council; I.S.A.B. Representa- tive; Summer Record Editor; Publications Board; Student Council Summer Proxy; Who’s Who. JEAN K. SITES Silver Spring, Maryland Unitarian Club; Young Republicans Club. SHELDON SLAVIN Washington, D. C. Psychology Phi Sigma Delta — Vice President, Secretary; I.F.C. Sing — Best Director Award; French Workshop. LYNNE T. SLUGER Washington, D. C. Education Chi Omega— Vice President; Big Sis; Flying Sponsors; Booster Board — Special Projects Chairman; Messiah Chorus; S.N.E.A.; I.S.A.B.; Big Sis — Tips and Teas for Top Notchers; Colonial Cruise; Delphi; Junior Advisor; Madison Hall Dorm Council — Treasurer. LOUISE M. SPAULS Arlington, Virginia Elementary Education Newman Club — President; Messiah Chorus; S.N.E.A. JOYCE STICHMAN Washington, D. C. Zoology Phi Sigma Sigma— Rush Chairman; Hillel; Big Sis. MARTIN STRYKER Brooklyn, New York Public Affairs Tau Epsilon Phi; S.A.M.; Intramurals; Old Men; Hillel. SANDRA J. SWAIN Annandale, Virginia Psychology Zeta I au Alpha — Song Chairman, Second Vice President Cherry Tree Staff; Phi Sigma Kappa Miss Model Pledge. ELLIOTT C. SWIFT St. Petersburg, Florida Zoology Phi Sigma Kappa— President; Order of Scarlet; Gate and Key- Old Men; Young Democrats Club; Interfraternity Council’ Pajama Game Cast; Varsity Tennis; Intramurals. CLASS OF 1962 FRANK C. TAYLOR Atlanta, Georgia Sigma Chi. • BEVERLY R. TETER Washington, D. C. Chemistry Alpha Theta Nu. ISABEL B. THOMASSON Washington, D. C. French Language and Literature Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Pi; French Club; Glee Club; Trouba- dors; Career Conference; Big Sis; Junior Adviser. MARCIA E. THOMPSON Arlington, Virginia Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha; Westminister Fellowship; German Club; Intramurals; W.A.A.; S.N.E.A. DORA A. THORNTON Alexandria, Virginia Psychology Kappa Alpha Theta; Delphi; Big Sis. DAVID K. TRASK Arlington, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Order of Scarlet; Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Tau — Treasurer; Sigma Epsilon — Vice President; Out- standing Senior — Mechanical Engineering. DAVID G. TUERCK Belleville, Illinois International Affairs Sigma Chi — Treasurer; Alpha Theta Nu; Order of Scarlet; Old Men; Hatchet Staff. SALLY A. TUOMALA Ontonagon, Michigan Pharmacy Kappa Alpha Theta — Vice President, Corresponding Secretary; Kappa Epsilon — Parliamentarian; Tassels; Big Sis; Columbian Women; American Pharmaceutical Association; Senior Phar- macy Class Secretary. PAULA J. TYLER Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sociology and Anthropology Kappa Alpha Theta — Vice President, Panhellenic Delegate, Activities Chairman; Mortar Board; Delphi — Vice President; Hockey Club; Big Sis; Junior Adviser; Student Liaison Com- mittee. ELIZABETH L. VAUGHAN Washington, D. C. Business A dministration 24 ROBERT H. VOLLAND Hyattsville, Maryland International Affairs Acacia — Social Chairman, Treasurer. THOMAS K. WAGNER Prairie Village, Kansas International Affairs Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Theta Nu; Pi Delta Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Scarlet; Sailing Team; Cherry Tree — Editor; Who’s Who; Publications Committee; IFC. MARVIN M. WALDMAN Washington, D. C. Economics Phi Sigma Delta — President; Gate and Key; Hillel; S.B.G.; Hatchet Staff ; Old Men; Debate Society; I.F.C. Newspaper; Intramurals. STEWART J. WESTDALL Williston, South Dakota History Sigma Nu; Glee Club; Troubadors. JOHN A. WHITE Washington, D. C. Electrical Engineering Varsity Football; Intramurals. HAZEL E. WHITAKER Germantown, Maryland GARY E. WILLIAMS Mexico, New York International Affairs Phi Sigma Kappa EILEEN A. WISHNER Washington, D. C. Elementary Education Alpha Lamda Delta; Tassels; S.N.E.A.; Hillel — Chairman; Tennis Club; Hatchet. PAMELA W. WOODFORD Washington, D. C. Zoology International Students’ Society; Modern Dance. VICTORIA S. YOUNG Oakton, Virginia English Literature Chi Omega; Potomac Literary Magazine; Dean’s List; Mech- eleciv Miss. HANS W. ZASSENHAUS Washington, D. C. Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon — Comptroller, Rush Chairman; Gate and Key; WRGW; ASCE; Intramurals. 25 President of the George Washington University DR. THOMAS HENRY CARROLL President 28 Administration DR. OSWALD SYMISTER COLCLOUGH Provost and Dean of Faculties DR. DON CARLOS FAITH Director of Activities for Men and Director of Veterans Education DR. VIRGINIA RANDOLPH KIRKBRIDE Director of Activities for Women 29 MARTIN ALEXANDER MASON Dean of the School of Engineering CHARLES WATSON BLIVEN Dean of the School of Pharmacy Deans of the University ROBERT KRAMER Dean of the Law School DR. JAMES HAROLD FOX Dean of the School of Education DR. ARCHIBALD MULFORD WOODRUFF Dean of the School of Government, Business and International Affairs 31 DR. CALVIN DARLINGTON LINTON Dean of the Columbian Collette DR. GROVER LaMARR ANGEL Dean of the College of General Studies 32 Deans of the University DR. ELMER LOUIS KAYSER Dean of the Division of University Students DR. WARREN REED WEST Dean of the Division of Special Students LOOKING BACK ARRIVAL 36 40 And now we start going six ways at once . . . 43 9 44 45 Homecoming 47 w i 4 % 1 50 Tired? 51 Winter Is Icumen In 52 Lhude Sing 53 54 Student Activities 58 59 60 W . _ j lljff ' ' .M — 1 H 61 62 64 65 Ladies Day In The Gym 67 Career Conference 69 Engineers’ Day • UTMH (w ietutM CPTH • ' ■ ' • •• j. . • • »ar itsotv . • W • OfNyr» »fs«v uj • -OMM afyyr irscf ru. 70 Elections Anybody remember who won? 73 74 75 76 77 Mardi Gras 78 On such s nice day? 81 82 83 Is it over? A. .i ! — ni J 84 85 First Row: R. C. Wilson, S. Newman, President Carroll, V. J. DeAngelis, Second Row: J. Young, T. Meade, A. Hawkins, A. Capp. Third Row: J. Stafford, H. Flatt, D. Ardell, J. Day, J. Baraff, T. Phelps. Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honor society which recognizes outstanding members of the student body, faculty, and community. Criteria for member- ship include excellence in scholarship and leadership. Only the most outstanding men are honored by ODK. Tapping for Omicron Delta Kappa is held twice a year, at Homecoming and at May Day. One of the high- lights of this year’s activities was the initiation of Pres- ident Thomas H. Carroll in the fall. 89 Clockwise from the left: A. Kevorkian, E. Luber, N. Byrd, N. Davidson, L. Filipovitch, P. Tyler, J. Ormsby. Mortar Board Members of Mortar Board, the national senior wom- en’s honorary, are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service to the University. New mem- bers are tapped from the junior class each spring at May Day and are traditionally presented with a rose and a black Mortar Board robe by a retiring member. Later they acquire the white flannel blazer which is the trademark of the girls in Mortar Board. Mortar Board sponsors Tassels, the sophomore women’s honorary and contributes to campus life in various ways, including the annual Smarty Party, for- eign films, silver studies, a scrapbook contest, and the encouragement of scholarship, leadership, and service. 90 Tassels Tassels is established to pro- mote high scholarship, service in activities, greater college loyalty and service, and to develop lead- ership, and encourage friend ships among potential women leaders. First Row: J. Byczynski, R. Burtnick. N. Wolkinson, B. Morgan, L. Beyer, J. Hoenack, L. Figeiman, K. Avery. Second Row: A. O’Connor, M. Mad- dox, N. Byrd, N. Goldstey, L. Sennet, A. Ginde, L. Lee, Miss Oliver, J. Robin, P. Randolph. Third Row: J. Gladding, D. Brendel, C. Phillips, A. Martinson, M. Thomas, D. Jones, A. Kurtz, B. Pearson, J. Warren, G. Ross, S. Schwartz, S. Wolfe, K. Pichel. [ . • • Ilk Dr. Faith, S. Williamson, S. Newman, S. Remsberg, J. Pay, R. Aleshire. Order of Scarlet The scarlet ribbon worn in the lapels of members of the Order of Scarlet signifies outstanding potential and demonstrated lead- ership in activities at the Univer- sity. This honorary for sopho- more and junior men was founded by Dr. Don Faith, retiring Di- rector of Men’s Activities. Dr. Faith has served as advisor of the Order since it was founded. 91 M. NefT, E. Dyson, J. Ormsby, A. Leeds, A. Kevorkian. Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities N. Byrd, J. Larkins, C. Mays, L. Beyda. T. Wagner, H. Harper, H. Hill, R. Boucher, D. Siemer. S. Newman. B. Hardy, J. Feldman, J. Baraff, E. Luber. 93 Aesculapian Aesculapian Society is a pre-medical honorary society which has the distinction of being one of the very few honorary societies that have been founded on the GWU campus. The society seeks to familiarize pre-med students with the career which they will enter upon graduation from medical school. In keeping with this, the group has instituted lectures and field trips to widen the scientific knowledge of its members. Alpha Pi Epsilon Alpha Pi Epsilon recognizes outstand- ing scholarship in home economics sub- jects as well other academic subjects. This year Alpha Pi sponsored a tea for students new to the home economic de- partment and also a Christmas charity project. Front: C. Knudson, E. Garfield, President; B. Hagan. Back: A. Oakley, W. Manley, B. Hulson, R. Arnold. 94 Pi Delta Epsilon B. Aleshire, D. Siemer, M. Spivak, H. Yager. Pi Delta Epsilon, the national honorary fraternity for outstanding collegiate journalists, chooses its members from the staffs of the “Hatchet,” the Mecheleciv, the Amicus Curiae, and the Cherry Tree. The purpose of Pi Delta Epsilon is to uphold the ideals of good journalism and to promote cooperation among campus publications. Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is a freshman women’s honorary membership in which is granted to fulltime women students who at the end of either their first or second semesters have an overall Q.P.I. of 3.50 or better. This honorary sponsors a tutoring service for all university students, and also offers three fifteen hundred dollar fellowships. 95 1 % Gate and Key 97 Glee Club and Troubadors “Pick a little, talk a little . . . cheep, cheep, cheep, pick a lot, talk a little more” from “Music Man,” “Show- boat,” “Oklahoma,” “My Fair Lady” — these are the songs you’ll hear if you happen to wander into lower Lisner on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Doc Harmon and the Glee Club have been busy again this year. There were conventions, dinners, trips, and the Spring i Concert. The annual Christmas presentation of Han- del’s Messiah was sung before a full house. 1962 prom- ises to be another full year with trips to several col- leges and a return visit to the Northeast Air Command including bases in Greenland, Newfoundland, and Lab- rador. Student Council “ARTICLES OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT “Title 1. Student Council “ Article 1 . Power “There is hereby vested in the Student Council the jurisdiction and authority to regulate, supervise, and coordinate within the limitations of the Board of Trustees, all student activities except intercollegiate athletics and intramural athletics where credit is giv- __ en. This is, in a nutshell, just about the size of it. From election to election, the Council organizes, controls, and supervises student activities. The Council sponsors concerts, drama, lectures, the Book Exchange, dances, the Student Directory, and practically everything else that goes on around here. 102 ummninmiiiv First Row: L. Clifford, R. Miller, J. Scherff, R. Browning, K. Dwyer, G. Koustenis. Second Row: A. Deluca, R. Manning, P. Pentchev, L. Nelson, E. Avella, R. Ruhl, P. Legg, J. Free- man, J. Bowman. Kappa Psi Kappa Psi is an organization com- posed of pharmacy men whose aim is to increase public awareness and interest in the profession of pharmacy. Members constantly strive for scholastic recogni- tion from the national organization and often achieve their goal. Scholarship, however, is not the only concern of Kappa Psi, which encour- ages the promotion of sociability and brotherhood through association within the fraternity itself. OFFICERS. L. Clifford, R. Browning. J. Sherff, K. Dwyer, President; R. Miller. 104 International Students’ Society The International Students’ Society is an organization whose pri- mary aim is to integrate foreign students with student life at G.W. It provides the main center of social life for our foreign students and j introduces them to various cultures the world over. Every foreign student is automatically a member of the Society of which one-fourth of the membership is American. The main social activities of the so- ciety are cultural films, lectures, dances, and an annual Christmas party. Newman Club The Newman Club stresses all phases of an individual’s college life — religious, intellectual, and social — and is the center of Ro- man Catholic activity on the G. W. campus. The religious phase includes monthly communion breakfasts while the intellectual side is emphasized in weekly dis- cussions with the club chaplain. Father Krastel. Social events in- clude all University affairs as well as club parties on holidays. 105 Kneeling: B. Roistacher, M. Friedman. Standing: P. Mechem, P. John. B. McCullough, S. Cain. L. Norfolk, B. Ellis. Pep Band The Pep Band is a familiar sight at G.W. contests — leading crowds of cheering Colonials in a chorus of " Hail to the Buff.” In their distinctive red blazers, the Band appears faithfully at each Colonial contest adding spirit to the event. The band is open to all student mu- sicians and even claims a few ladies among its mem- bers. A smaller group, the Dixieland band, is made up of members of the Pep Band and entertains at many Lisner functions. 106 Hillel Foundation The ETnai B’rith Hillel Foundation for Jewish students is a well known campus organization. This group has regular worship serv- ices and sponsors a popular series of lectures. The overall program includes religious as well as welfare programs. Hillel highlights the spring calendar by sponsoring the Ball O Fire, with the crowning of “Mr. Apollo.” The Home Economics Club, open to all girls enrolled in Home Economics classes, is a member of the National and area Home Eco- nomics Associations. The underlying purpose is to promote and stimulate activities of interest to the group, and to share its time and abilities in doing good for others. Home Economics Club First Row: A. Oakley, E. Gar- field, M. Weaver, B. Hagan, President. Second Row: M. Marshall, C. Diltz. 107 J. Allen, D. Solt, L. Sennett, Leah Beyda, Chairman, S. Crook, M. Moloney. Colonial Boosters The Colonial Boosters was set up to promote school spirit for athletic events. To plan and supervise these events, Boosters has a Governing Board and a booster committee under the board. The Board is chosen in the spring. The Boosters sponsor “George and Martha,” the school’s mascots, who are seen at football and basket- ball games. Petitioning for these positions is held in the spring and early fall. Colonial Boosters award a cup at May Day to the person in the school who has done the most for school spirit. This is called the Andy Davis Award in honor of one of GWU’s great athletes. 108 First Row: A. Kevorkian, P. Kerman, L. D Andre, N. Keim. Second Row: C. Carlson, J. Boyol, P. Callaghan. Big Sis Big Sisters provides each new woman student with the advice and friendship of an upperclass woman. The job of the Big Sis is to orient her Little Sis to the ways of the University, help her with registration, and get her off on the right foot in classes and activities. Big Sis orientation functions include Snack ’n Chat, Tips ’n Tea with Topnotchers, and the Big Sis-Old Men Mixer. This year the program was continued past ori- entation week with a spaghetti dinner in October given by the Little Sisters. The Junior Advisors in Strong and Madison Halls offer further advice and companion- ship to new women in the residence halls. 109 Front: J. Yoshizawa, H. Howard, President. Back: R. McKay, M. Babione, E. King, I. Schmidt. Pi Lambda Theta Pi Lambda Theta is a national honor and professional associa- tion for women in education. The purpose of the organization is to maintain the highest stand- ards of scholarship and profes- sional preparation and to foster professional spirit and fellow- ship. The Alpha Theta Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta is located at this University with a member- ship of over 250 members. Initi- ation into membership is held twice yearly. Sealed: H. Qualman. L. Lichtenberg. N. Davidson, President; G. Finkelstein. Standing: G. Sullivan. P. Patton. E. Engelbark. T. Gathrings, E. Kmosena. Religious Council The organized religious groups on the campus work together through the Religious Council to encourage the expression of reli- gious faith. The Council co-oper- ates in raising student interest and participation in the weekly chapel services and in the Reli- gion in Life Week program. Each fall a reception is spon- sored by the Religious Council to acquaint new students with their advisers and members of the various religious organiza- tions. 110 Hancock Hall In September 1961, George Washing- ton University opened the Hancock Res- idence Hall. This residence hall houses approximately one hundred and fifty girls, a majority of whom are new stu- dents to the University. Although isolated from the campus by a thirty minute bus ride, the “com- muting boarders” have maintained close contact with the campus through a fac- ulty tea, open house, tree trimming d ay, and evening Christmas caroling. First Row: S. Robinovitch, A. Caggiano. Second Row: P. Tyler, Mrs. E. Bures, Resident Director; M. Bail I io. Acting President. Third Row: P. Kahn, M. Welles, B. Barry, N. Johnson, R. Powell, B. Clautice, M. O’Shea. Adams Hall John Quincy Adams Residence Hall for Men, though located on the fringe of the campus, is central to the academic, social, and athletic lives of the hundred- plus men who live there. The Dorm Council has organized an open house and exchanges with Strong Madison, and Han- cock Halls and Adams residents also com- pete in intramurals. Seated: B. Black, President. Standing: J. Fricker, D. Carey, B. Soulios, P. Vennewitz. L. Berkowitz, L. Abramowitz, R. Allen. Ill Hatchet The “University Hatchet” publishes a weekly summary of campus happenings. Besides be- ing a training ground for student journalists, it serves as Univer- sity forum, bulletin board, and social register. “Hatchet” features include such widely varied copy as Aun- tie Hester Heale’s “Foggy Bot- tom,” editorials, feature stories on campus events and personal- ities, Max Shulman’s “On Cam- pus,” and the ubiquitous letters from disgruntled students. 112 113 Cherry Tree 114 Tom Wagner Editor Marty Gersten Business Manager Bonnie Bair Associate Editor Sherry Glenn Associate Editor John Gannon Assistant Editor Carolyn Davis Editorial Assistant Kevin Kelly Editorial Assistant Helen Griggs Editorial Assistant 115 Student Life Committee The Student Life Committee is composed of six students automatically chosen because of the positions they occupy on campus and five faculty members. The function of the Student Life Committee is to serve as the student government’s judicial branch. At monthly meetings throughout the year the committee hears and determines all appeals by any campus organization. B. Aleshire. S. Swan. Student’s For Better Government Beginning last spring with a campaign dinner, the Students For Better Govern- ment formulated its platform. This platform included the establishment of longer library hours, the improvement of the Student Union food, and the organization of the Cultural Foundation. 116 Varsity Majorettes M.Considine, A. Arthur, Captain; D. Renshaw. As the Pep Band strikes up " Hail to the Buff” the varsity majorettes lend their enthusiasm to the football or basketball games. Their performances add much to the Colonial spirit. SNEA J. Allen, T. Rowsey. The Student National Education Association initiates discussions concerning the advantages of and problems involved in the field of education. Guest speakers bring education majors current information on the teaching field and help the members to take a professional outlook toward the future. Through the organiza- tion, the members can evaluate various teaching theories and concepts before graduation. With a balanced program in mind, the SNEA alternates one business meeting with one social meeting a month. Women’s Athletic Association This enthusiastic group of girls co-ordinates all women’s athletics at George Washington. Hockey, tennis, rifle, bowling, basketball, badminton, softball, fencing, and swimming cover almost any sports interest of University women. Because of awards given to outstanding athletes, competition among players is evident. This keen competition is overshadowed only by the emphasis on good sportsmanship. 118 Strong Hall Uniting the girls of Strong Hall are their common trials and tribulations — mid- night fire drills, the forever broken elevator, and that old problem of forgetting to sign out or in. In spite of these problems, the constantly buzzing switchboard, evening serenades, faculty teas, and two open houses keep the popular Strong Hall girls happy and active. Madison Hall From the first fall onslaught of battered trunks and shrieks of reunion to the chaotic farewells in May and then the settling of new summer residents, the halls of Madison are full of activity. The popular Madison girls participate in numerous campus activities and have a busy social schedule, as evidenced by the buzzing switchboard and the hectic date preparations, and in command of the whole happy situation is the Dorm Council. 119 Alpha Kappa Psi The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are “to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific re- search in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institu- tions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in busi- ness administration. The GWU chapter conducts a definite program of professional activity each year. In addition to this, an information booth is maintained during registration and funds were collected for a United Givers Fund organization during the Christmas season. 120 Christian Science Organization First Row: L. Lichtenberg, J. Howell. Second Row: J. Waller, Mrs. White, D. Lattridge, D. Guiller, T. Gathings, H. Cox. The Christian Science Organization is a small group with many activities. This group tries to provide accurate information concerning Christian Science to all who seek it. Student conducted services and a drive to make available to students of all denominations a room on campus for the study of religious writings are but a few of the projects undertaken by this group. Welling Hall Welling Hall, one of the three men’s dormitories at the University, houses about 90 GWU men. It is the only dorm with its own dining hall. The Welling Hall Council is its governing body and is composed of one representative from each floor. This dorm is well oriented with cam- pus life through its participation in intra- murals and an active social program. Left to Right : C. Reed, B. Hardy, P. Munley, F. Passaglia. Insert: House Manager, H. Augiseweiz. 121 C. Sundberg, K. Williams. J. Ford Cheerleaders J. Fricks J. Bayol S. Ritter A. Walton Dance Production Groups The Dance Production Groups meet regularly throughout the year, dancing, choreographing, and experimenting in new techniques of modern dance. Adding new dimensions to dance, the matrix art, the three dance groups use the services of musicians, artists, and stage and lighting ex- perts in planning their many programs. During 1961-1962 the dancers choreographed and presented the dance portions of the Fall production of the University Players, “Pajama Game,” and participated in workshops and classes on dance. The annual Spring Dance Concert was the culmination of a year of work and experimen- tation in dance technique. The AFROTC program exists to train cadets in the fundamen- tal military skills, including com- mand and group leadership. Ca- dets selected for the advanced corps actually organize and run the Corps under the supervision of the Professor of Air Science and his staff. At the end of their senior year cadets of the ad- vanced corps are commissioned second lieutenants in the Air Force Reserve. DETACHMENT STAFF. T Sgt. Nassner, T Sgt. Young. S Sgt. Smarr, Lt. Col. Wall, Capt. Garrell, Major Gagnier. GROUP STAFF. Foreground: L. Anderson. First Row: D. Marr. K. Fen- stad. J. Parker. P. Gross. Second Row: A. Ware, D. Gates. J. Lent. J. Paquette, J. Coniglio. N. Coar. C. Lander. Third Row: C. Stearns, B. Wenglowkyj, T. Hall, W. Krug. J. Hidden. P. Douglas. J. Edwards. 126 Corps activities during the year include the Military Ball — held last year at the Bolling AFB Officers’ Club with music by the Airmen of Note, the Air Force dance band — drill exhibitions such as those put on by the Pershing Rifles during the Homecoming parade, intramural compe- tition, and other contributions to Univer- sity life such as the second-place ROTC Homecoming float. Cadets also served as escorts for the Homecoming queen final- ists and as a guard of honor for the foot- ball team at the Boston U. game. The climax of the year’s activities is the an- nual parade and review held early in May at West Potomac Park at which time awards are presented and recognition given for accomplishments within the Corps. RIFLE SQUADRON Lieutenant General C. P. Cabell crowns AFROTC Queen Miss Jessica Byczynski at the Military Ball. RIFLE SQUADRON. Squadron Commander K. Fenstad. First Row: R. Stotler, L. Jones, J. Hobson, M. Hart. Second Row: P. Kerr, M. Santacroce, F. Moy, D. Rothbart, N. Dobkin, T. Jacqueney, F. Dellerman, J. Todd, D. Evans. Third Row: E. Travis, G. Ward, G. Hudson, R. Becker, P. Layfield, P. Slattery, R. Dixon, J. Curran, F. Massey, D. Warner, J. Warren. Fourth Row: D. MacDonald, E. Minner, E. Fable, M. Janney, R. Mc- Cormack, P. Hudson. R. Rosenberg, D. Bryant, M. Lockett, J. Caffo, D. Hicks, N. Grundman, R. Abell. , ; S JET;. ISpE ' r k • ' • « £ . -. • y v : • • • ♦ • i • Sj ft i W 1 A FLIGHT. Flight Commander W. Lambert. Second Row: J. Caponigro, S. Addicks, A. Brown, B. Barton, P. Cook, B. Burger, J. Caldwell. Third Row: K. Neubeck, D. Cummings, J. Blodgett, A. Avery, J. Bauersfield, W. Burry. Fourth Row: T. Cooper, L. Blackmer, P. Botos, K. Bouch, R. Coleman, D. Hughes, L. Amick. B FLIGHT. Flight Commander R. Grimes. Guidon, R. Dinta- man. Second Row: W. Boesch, L. Hooper, R. Edelman, F. Kowsky, M. Forte, D. Hamilton. Third Row: H. Lorenzetti, W. Evinger, H. Kaufman, L. Gardner, J. Farnell, S. Blate, R. Kelley. Fourth Row: R. Tilker, P. Hunter, M. Rosen, P. Kel- ley, T. Mather, C. Gisvold, R. Duques. m | ft mV 4 j ± y jfl vl VI " j L BBr.] t vyp j w| 5 1 | f i i f 1 i i | y 4 L-v -J ■. s L i V j L B C ! j fc. • T h ' IHs K IB m J I i - . f H vl ■ J C FLIGHT. Flight Commander R. Black. First Row: R. Pen- nington, R. Tesler, M. Moorhead, C. Miller, J. Saunders, S. Slossberg. Second Row: C. Wilson, G. Kerr, R. Possner, D. Scott, R. McCarthy, A. Lewis, R. Mosher. Third Row: W. J. Krug, W. Michaels, T. Magee, P. Kramer, S. Mayer, F. Bar- kow, G. Lotz. D FLIGHT. Flight Commander S. W. Bentley. Guidon , G. Saxton. First Row: R. E. Pump, H. Wen, E. Wine, B. Silver, S. Volkman, R. Williams. Second Row: J. W. Tucker, P. H. Nolan, C. Buddenhagen. R. O. Wooten, G. F. Pascal, G. A. Pontorno, R. M. Ross. Third Row: F. Farmer, E. Tennyson, J. Robinson, V. Tarulis, J. Payne, C. Williams, A. Svidal. n ol QH t | M - f J J , , Jk -r- r: M il — ! C - bB«l. -»• ,b jrJZ Jl “ Hir ; flEgTJDrr r i H nil E ll S ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY. R. Douglas, L. Anderson, R. Black, J. Lent, N. Coar, T. Hall, J. Hidden, J. Edwards, P. Gross. ANGEL FLIGHT. Flight Commander C. Pence. First Row: N. Fisher, A. Ware, J. Byczynski, J. Nevins, V. Hetrick. Second Row: S. Williams, C. Lisee, B. Clautice, S. Raines, V. Tarlow, D. Panos, F. Gilroy, C. Hickson. 130 SPORTS Football From the open spaces and full stadiums of the Big Ten came Jim Camp, former backfield coach of a championship Minnesota team. He came to George Washington with hopes of still another championship, that of the Southern Conference. He reached into the deep South and came up with Dooley and Collins, young men from Mis- sissippi State, a powerhouse of the South Eastern Conference. Dooley coached the line into a rock- ribbed outfit that was the scourge of the confer- ence; while Collins, before he was called back into the Service, worked ably with the backfield. Coach Camp brought the flavor of Big Ten football to “G” Street and made the natives agree with Murray Warmath, under whom he had worked at Minnesota, when he said, “Losing Jim is a blow to us, but it is a certain gain for George Washington.” Coach Jim Camp 134 135 THE SEASON It was a year of utter frustrations. We won three and lost six, but if our point total had been spread around just a bit, the record might have been just the opposite. We lost to Richmond by one point, to Furman by four, and to West Vir- ginia by only five. Three games lost by ten points, and so the season passed. But do not despair, there remains a fine nu- cleus for next year. Joe Heilman, Cliff Boytos, Gary Scollick, Rudy Pohl, Paul Munley, and others will return to the strong Colonial line; while Dick Drummond, Jim Johnson, Tony Fred- icine, and Frank Pazzaglia will return to the backfield. Take heart, fans, the future appears bright indeed. Dick Drummond 136 THE RECORD G.W. 7 Florida State 15 G.W. 17 Citadel 13 G.W. 9 Furman 13 G.W. 30 V.M.I. 6 G.W. 15 Richmond 16 G.W. 49 Wm. Mary 12 G.W. 6 Boston U. 20 G.W. 7 West Va. 12 1 G.W. 3 V.P.l. 14 137 139 Basketball Coach Rhinehart has been at GW for 20 sea- sons, and his teams have won over 60 per cent of their games during the 31 years he has coached. In the past eight years he has produced two Southern Conference champs. His overall record here is a phenominal 283 wins against 176 losses. Coach Rhinehart’s proteges resemble a who’s who in the athletic world; Joe Gordon, Red Auerbach, Joe Holup, Corky Deulin, and most recently, Jon Feldman. If the mark of a good coach is the players he produces, Rhinehart ranks with the best. GW 80 65 55 95 105 63 67 66 58 82 65 68 67 78 72 92 82 62 43 79 92 75 85 73 THE RECORD Virginia Tech OPP 74 St. John’s 79 Wm Mary 86 Davidson 77 V M I 85 Richmond 71 V M I 75 Richmond 90 Maryland 67 Georgetown 65 Richmond 52 West Va. 120 Maryland 81 Georgetown 87 V M I 80 Furman 97 Virginia 75 West Va. 87 Cincinnati 83 The Citadel 76 Wm Mary 84 Va. Tech 91 S.C. Tournament Davidson 81 West Va. 86 141 The Colonials suffered a losing season despite the outstanding play of Jon Feldman and Joe Adamitis. The team started like a thoroughbred against Virginia Tech but disaster struck in the form of the William and Mary Indians. And so the season progressed with outstanding games off- set by humiliating defeats. Probably the hi-water mark of the season was the 82-65 victory over Georgetown in which Jon Feldman pumped in 41 points and the boys from the hilltop left the Fort Meyer Gym with a bitter taste of defeat. But crushing defeats at the hands of the West Virginia Mountaineers and Cincin- natti tarnished the heroic effort against George- town. 142 143 Tennis Up until last year the Colonial netmen had won the Southern Conference tournament five years in a row, and all evidence pointed to a con- tinued dominance this year. This year’s should rate among the best in a long line of fine G.W. tennis teams. This prediction is founded upon the well-balanced freshman team of 1961 which went through the entire season without a defeat. They were headed by Steve Kahn, a Norfolk product undefeated in singles play, and Buddy Goeltz, the Washington area’s top-ranked mens’ player. Remaining from last year’s team will be Mark Sherry, third runner-up in the tournament singles, and Marty Gersten, a consistently improving var- sity player. Golf Last year’s linksters compiled a modest overall record of 5-3. This year ' s team, with Bob Faris again at the helm, has been plagued by the loss of Bob Harvey, winner of the Southern Con- ference tournament and the team’s most consistent performer. The three returning lettermen ex- pected to carry the main burden were Steve Rubin and Seth Rosen, who compiled 6-2 and 5-3 records respectively, and Herb Goldblatt. 146 Baseball With the return of Jim Farley Bill Pasche, Bill Hardy, and A1 Jones the ’62 hopes of colonial baseball appeared to be bright. Last year’s team had a mediocore over- all record but fared well against Southern Conference opposition. The mound staff has been considerably shored-up by the appearance of John Papanicolas who came from Montgomery Jr. College where he was Junior College All-Amer- ican. 147 Rifle The Colonial Rifle Team showed a marked improve- ment during the 1961-62 seaso n under the leadership of its new coach, Glenn Young. The squad fired its highest score in four years in defeating Georgetown 1391-1374. Juris Simanis, who made the 1960-61 All- Southern Conference team, fired the highest individual score, 97-96-97-290, against William and Mary. With only two members of the squad graduating, prospects for next year appear bright. 148 Crew If one were to stroll by the Potomac early in the morning during this past spring, chances are he would have seen our hard working crew limbering up for their next race. Coach Sandy Sanborn built his ’62 team around the success of four return- ing lettermen, Lou Adamo, Tom Rogers, Jon Hagerty, and Serge Yanov. Last year in an informal race George Washington defeated Howard and one month later they turned back American University. In the annual Dad Vail Re- gatta, G.W. placed eleventh out of twenty. This was a marked improvement over the previous year in which we placed twelfth. 149 Intramurals In a very close race, Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the 1960-61 overall intra- mural trophy without ever winning an individual event. This year’s race is prov- ing just as close and just as interesting. Intramural competition takes place throughout the year in football, basket- ball, baseball, track, golf, badminton, ping pong, foul shooting, bowling, swim- ming, and wrestling. 151 ri k I 154 156 157 Conard. Cronin. Dalia, Dublin. Gaines, Green, Haley, Johnson, Lindeman, Marsh, Moscato, Murphy, O ' Donnell, Panos, Pearson, Pryor, Schultz, Sweeney. 158 “And then he said . . ALPHA DELTA PI The Marrying Kind . . . luncheons and exchanges turned into rug scrubbing parties . . . Bianca, Miss Model Pledge of “61” . . . Annie, Student Council . . . second place, Forensics . . . Carolyn, Troubadours and “Pajama Game” . . . Big Sis . . . Tassels . . . Messiah Chorus . . . Actives dined at Watergate Inn . . . Dorm Council . . . Madison Hall . . . here to stay since 1921 Grin and bear it 159 Abrams, Beyda. Cohen, Dikman, Dreier, Englander, Epstein, Heilman, Karp, Kitt, Kittay, Kliston, Lazar. Linde, Mickelson, Nusbaum, Rosenberg, Rubin. Ruderfer, Scher, Schlossen- berg, Schwartz. Smith. Wax, Wender, Wolrich. 160 ALPHA EPSILON PHI Exclusive residents of F Street ... on campus since 1958 . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart Bev Heilman . . . Booster Board Prexy Leah . . . Linda Nusbaum, Outstanding Sophomore Woman . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Alpha Theta Nu . . . Second Place Home- coming Float . . . exchanges and coffee hours . . . collection of Marlboro wrappers Thirteen is a lucky number 161 Allen. Baillio. Burn. Coggin, Clements. Crawford, Crook, Dash, Falls, Ford, Frost, Gray, Hartge, Johnston. Maloney. Mack. Martin, Martineau. McFarland, Mosher, Nizen. Norton, Obear. Peterson, Pollard, Pumphrey. Sears, Simes, Sluger. Thomasson. 162 CHI OMEGA Luck in the form of the horseshoe . . . Booster cup . . . Who’s Who, Carolyn and Mary . . . Order of the Lace Garter, Sue . . . ISAB activities . . . cheerleaders, Janie, Vicki, Carolyn . . . second place Panhel Sing . . . A Derby Day second . . . Tassels . . . three junior advisors . . . Homecoming finalist, Julie . . . merry-go-round at social activities . . . includes cock- tail parties, exchanges, coffee hours . . . Judt, vice-pres. of ISAB “And then he tried to twist . . “Do you think it will hold together?” 163 Avery. Bayol. Berg. Biren. Boucher. Buddy, Bukove, Caparell, Clay, Crumlish, Davis, Dixon, Duncan. Filipovich, Fortucci, Gallagher. Hardison, Harper, Johnson, Langen, Marler, Mc- Fadden, O ' Meara. Schwaeble, Smith, Vermette, Walton, Whitacre. 164 Mr DELTA GAMMA That DG Spirit! Anchors away ... or blast off and that’s what they do . . . Let’s play cards ... we have the queens . . . Homecoming Queen Rollie . . . Helene, PIKE Dream Girl . . . Sigma Nu Sweetheart, Penny . . . Panhel Pres., Judy . . . Student Council . . . Cheer- leaders . . . Mortar Board . . . Madison President . . . Troubadours . . . Big Sis . . . campus activities top the social whirl . . . second place Homecoming floats . . . third place Miss Model Pledge . . . Booster Board Ail smiles for DG’s pledge class. 165 Diltz, Houff. Hunt, Kelly, Malnassy, Mapp, Williams, Nevins, Peter, Sanders, Scullen, Shafer, Smith. Swan. Wells, Kraft. 166 £k7L Yes. Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. DELTA ZETA Golden lamp lights the way . . . singing from the balcony . . . Goat Show poster contest winners . . . 100% Campus Combo buyers . . . Charlotte Diltz, Tassels and Alpha Theta Nu . . . SBG President Sue Swan . . . Booster Board member Maureen . . . Rose Formal . . . Christmas slumber party . . . exchanges . . . coffee hours 167 Aux. Baker. Boardman. Carlson. Carpenter. Cherrington. Cox, Cunningham, Davidson, Disnuikes. Duncan, Hester, Hincbaugh. Hughl ' ett. Johnston, Jopling. Kellog, Long, Massey, Mattison. Nllsna. Morrison. Nelson. Niblet. O ' Neil, Sandahl, Seltzer. Schubert, Slayden, Smith! Taylor. Taylor. Thornton. Tuomala. Tyler. 168 Chug-a-lug KAPPA ALPHA THETA Higher than a kite . . . waterfights with Delts . . . flying kites on monument grounds . . . flying all around campus . . . Dotty Carlson, Phi Beta Kappa . . . Mortar Board Pauls Tyler . . . Second Place Intramural trophy . . . Vice President of Panhellenic Hannah Jopling . . . passion for nicknames . . . P.T. . . . D.A. . . . Annie K. . . . Sally T. . . . rocking exchanges Fifteen new Thetas debut 169 Armstrong. Bair. Ballinger, Brock, Chase, Davidson, Duffey, Ferrick, Grubbs, Guran, Hand- work, Hickey, Hoenack. Kroll. Mallison, Murphy, Nimro, Peck, Prager, Regan, Starzan, Spirt, Thacker. Tucker. Ware, Witner. 170 B If Mrs. Vaughn could only see us now! KAPPA DELTA Diamond pin leads to other diamonds . . . five pinnings in three weeks . . . window seat, new pride and joy . . . Homecoming float, first place . . . Nancy in Mortar Board and Religious Council cheerleaders . . . Bonnie, Associate editor of Cherry Tree . . . ISAB . . . Messiah Chorus . . . Big Sis . . . KD’s travel in packs to Georgia - Florida - Boston . . . green and white on the go . . . exchanges and coffee hours I thought they said we could sit down. 171 Ahr, Bromfield, Callaghan. Clarke. Combs, Covington, D’Andrea, DuRoss, Edwards, Erlich, Ewan. Greenwood, Holland, knadle. Larkins, McCormick, Montgomery, Murphy, Ormsby, Parziale. Pearsall. Powell, Renshaw. Reese, Seltzer, Sparra, Teague, Tisne, Warden, Warren. 172 So what’s the teddy bear for? KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA The key to success . . . been at G.W. since 1929 . . . Winner, Panhellenic Sing 1960 . . . first on cam- pus in scholarship . . . beauty queens Jan Larkins and Barbara Pearsal . . . Mortar Board Joyce also Phi Beta Kappa . . . Cheerleader Ellie Aho . . . Lynda and Paddy, Big Sis Board . . . annual open house for men on campus . . . pound floors when they sing Feet crossed — eyes front. 173 Ackerman. Adler. Baker, Banes, Barder. Bloom. Borko. Coplon, Coiner, Cowen, Duberstein, Glugatch. Goldstein. Graham, Kahn, Katims, Kerman, List, Loube, Luber, Plaut, Rebhun, Ringel, Ross, Seinfeld. Sennett, Shulman, Silverman. Simon, Solomon, Steinberg, Stichman, Tannebaum. Weinstein. Weisblut, Weyman. 174 PHI SIGMA SIGMA We need a bigger house. Largest pin on campus ... see that sphinx every- where . . . second highest scholarship, pledge and actives . . . Phi Sigma Sigma National Achievement Award . . . popular with faculty . . . Apple Polishers Tea . . . Mortarboard estelle Luber . . . Editor of Pharmacy School paper . . . Linda Sennett, Lower Columbian College Rep. . . . Big Sis Corresponding Secretary Pat Kerman . . . Elaine Tannenbaum, Alpha Lambda Delta prexy . . . new scholarship trophy Smile for the man 175 Albats, Cooper. Davies, English, Gathings. George, Glenn, Harrison, Hatfield, Herzog, Hor- ton, Hoffman. Hughes, Kocsis, Kohler, Kucieski, Latta, Lanyon, Martin, Morgan, Morton, Poindexter, Ritter, Sass, Smith, Steele, Webster. 176 “You should have seen the one that got away.” PI BETA PHI Shot from Cupid ' s bow . . . straight arrow girls aim high again . . . sixteen fall pledges . . . oldest sorority at G.W. . . . busy with exchanges . . . coffee hours . . . Parents’ Tea . . . everybody rocks on . . . “Who has the Sigma Chi sign?” . . . Mech Miss and Homecoming Queen finalist Pat Poindexter . . . Sherry Glenn second vice president of Big Sis . . . Associate Cherry Tree editor . . . Suzanne Ritter yells — as Sec- retary of the Cheerleaders Do you have that closed in feeling? 177 Amchan. August. Berkowitz, Coffield. Dorfman, Figelman. Goldstein, Harris, Heilman, Jasie, Kessler. Kopelman. Kurtz, Marenberg, Rosenthal, Rosenstein, Sussman, Strohl, Tudor. 178 “Me? A Dream Man?” SIGMA DELTA TAU Youngest sorority on campus . . . just one year old . . . going places fast . . . Derby Day trophy . . . five Tassels . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Alpha Theta Nu . . . Career Conference Chairman . . . SDT Dream Man Steve Milstein . . . brunch for parents and pledges . . . Let’s get a house . . . Speech Contest winners Who spaced this one? 179 Bell, Byerly, Byrd. Cain, Clift, Crimmins, Ferrara, Flint, Gardiner, Gilka, Gladding, Laz- zari, Lisee, Maliar. Meadows, Miskelly, Myers, Pautzke, Prandato, Rains, Rollins, Stormer, Sullivan. Von Zahn, Weiss, Wilder, Wolfe. 180 The true self emerges after finals. SIGMA KAPPA Kappa Sig Sweetheart, Charmaine . . . Homecoming candidate and Mech Miss, Sabina . . . pledge scholar- ship cup . . . smart people . . . trophy for highest scholarship spring semester . . . Nan Byrd, Vice Presi- dent of Mortar Board . . . Dee Ann, Phi Beta Kappa . . . AFROTC Cadet Major Carol Lander . . . best ensemble, Goat Show, 1961 . . . Christmas party for parents and alums Hold him down! 181 Arthur. Burney, Cady. Carlson, Chambers, Chapman, Clark, Conner, Consedine, Fahrney, Groblewski, Kevorkian. Mahan, Nigrelli. O ' Neil. Pryde, Ray, Reid, Roarty, Sennett, Swain, Thompson. 182 Is this anything-can-happen day? ZETA TAU ALPHA Knights singing the mating call . . . bearing the crown and shield . . . Miss Arlene — President as she is known around G.W. . . . Sigma Chi Sweetheart Carol Baker . . . Zetas active on and off campus . . . Young Republicans vs Young Democrats . . . Pris Hardin, TKE Sweetheart . . . second place scholarship . . . Derby Day, third . . . singing ability captures Panhel Sing Third . . . second place boosters . . . Carolyn and Carol cheer teams to victories . . . Mortar Board . . . Delphi . . . majorettes . . . SNEA . . . Cherry Tree . . . Zetas working on everything ZetaTau Alpha’s 1961 Pledge Class 183 First Row: H. Jopling, Vice-President; J. Crumlish, President; P. Morgan, Treasurer; B. Heilman, Secretary. Second Row: H. Anchar, B. Pearsall, P. Sennett, B. Pearson, L. Norton, M. Marler, S. Weinstein. M. Kroll. B. Malnassy, S. Cain. Pan Hellenic Council The Panhellenic Council co-ordinates and regulates all intersorority activities on campus. The Council is composed of a president and one delegate from each sorority and the Wandering Greeks. In addition to the regulation of rushing and pledging procedures, the Panhellenic Council takes part in the orientation ac- tivities for new women students. Panhel recognizes scholastic achievement by awards to the pledge class and active chapter which have maintained the high- est QPI’s for the semester. Panhel Week- end, held every spring, includes a com- petitive Friday night sing and a formal dance on Saturday night. 184 Because Goat Show was set for such a late date this year, Junior Panhellenic Council decided to have the thirteen pledge classes assemble for a luncheon in Lisner Lounge. Individual pledge classes sang one of their sorority songs, and then the girls mixed in different groups to meet pledges from other so- rorities. Goat Show was held on December 15th this year with Sigma Kappa, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Delta Gamma shar- ing honors under a new award system. Junior Panhel wishes to thank Miss Oliver, Office of Women’s Activities ad- viser and Hannah Jopling, Senior Pan- hel adviser for their much appreciated advice and support. Junior Pan Hellenic Council Seated: M. Wilder, C. Pollard, H. Jopling, Miss Oliver. Standing: D. Rosenthal, R. Houff, C. Cox, S. Greenwood, B. Coplon, C. Mann, K. Monahan. R. Nigrelli. Seated: J. Kopelman, N. Tucker, President; G. Sweeney, P. Fahrney. Standing: L. Williams, C. Pickell, J. Ford. M. Hartge, N. Goldstein, C. Guran. P. Peter, P. DufFey, B. Reid, J. Ver- mette. H. Griggs. P. Maliar, I. Davies. I S A B The Inter-Sorority Athletic Board is an organiza- tion devoted to promoting cooperation and good sportsmanship among the thirteen sororities on cam- pus. ISAB, organized by the Women’s Athletic Associa- tion, sponsors one tournament a month in such sports as tennis, bowling, table tennis, volleyball, badminton, and golf. It also participates in the spring swimming tournament held by W.A.A. In the spring at the annual Women’s Athletic Asso- ciation banquet, ISAB presents an individual trophy to the winner of each tournament and first, second, and third place cups to the sororities with the highest point totals accumulation. 186 FRATERNITIES Amsterdam, Baritz, Cherry, Chizeiver, Cohen, Cohen, Constantine, Duman, Frank, Gersten, Gerstenfeld, Goldberg, Goldblatt, Goldwyn, Hirsch, Horowitz, Kaplan, Kilsheimer, Klein, Koris, Leventhal, Leviss, Levy, Mandy, Perlin, Perry, Rosen, Rothbart, Rubin, Schaffer, Schoen, Schwab, Spiegel, Steinman, Young, Zass, Zellner. 188 ALPHA EPSILON PI Apemen on the go . . . outstanding chapter in nation . . . largest on campus . . . Interfraternity Coun- cil Scholarship Award — five years . . . intramural trophies . . . Jeff Young, Student Council Advocate . . . Steve Newman, ODK . . . Homecoming . . . Potomac . . . Hatchet . . . eleven lettermen . . . cheer- leader . . . swinging exchanges . . . locked up trophy case . . . beer drinking trophy Tea time at AEPi You ' re cracking the camera 189 DeAngleis. DeWall. Hagerty. Jackson. Keys, Manzo, Nichols, Ross, Swift, Wallace, Waller. 190 Who stole our paddle now? . . . newest house on campus . . . Stu Ross, Student Council . . . intermural football championship . . . Bill McAdams, outstanding back . . . first place Homecoming float . . . T.G.I.F.’s . . . G.W. lettermen . . . Booster Board . . . Gate and Key men John, Ken, Ham . . . car cavalcades . . . Rainbow Dance . . . exchanges Take it off!! You call this an orgy? DELTA TAU DELTA 191 Alpher, Baron. Baskind. Berk, Danchik, Enis, Goldberg, Levy, Pensky, Rosenberg, Shulman, Slavin. Walcoff. Waldman, Weinstein. 192 First shave PHI SIGMA KAPPA Founded nationally at G.W. ... on the other side of Leo’s . . . Queen Karen Jacobs . . . ODK Jay Baraff . . . Hatchet . . . Phi Beta Kappa . . . Order of Scarlet . . . Intramurals . . . Sportsmanship trophy . . . Winners, IFC Blood Drive . . . campagne pledge installation . . . Pledge night-terror for actives . . . alum reunion . . . Let’s play Indian signs 193 Arguelles. Barnes, Bazan, Becker, Buddenhagcn. Coble. Cooper, Daniels, Dierks, Farouki. Harmon. Hall. Hicks. Hobson. Jones, MacNab. Mulcock, Newell. Wisner, Nichols. Pringle, Rogers. Swift. Williams.Wilson. 194 Again, what does vahine mean? PHI SIGMA DELTA Recently descended from the far North to a tem- porary home on campus, the Phi Sigs look forward to a new home on “G” Street . . . next to Quiglay’s yet . . . Charley Mays was President of the Student Coun- cil .. . Elliott Swift played the lead in “The Pajama Game” . . . Karen Dixon was chosen Moonlight Girl . . . The usual fine TGIF’s, exchanges, and parties . . . The Miss Model Pledge contest ... A year of waiting, but still a good one Unaccustomed as I am . . . 195 Alexander, Almeida, Armstrong, Baer, Berryman, Blocher, Booth, Crupper, Dempsy, DeVoau, Dohner, Dold, Dyson, Erion, Gallagher. Gannon, Grasshoff, Hamilton, Hardy, Hunt, Jones, Jones, Kelly, Marks, Mather, Macrum. McGrath, Nalls, Olbrich, Oleyar, Pierce, Pitt, Strean, Thomas, Transtrum, Wagner. 196 In Memoriam SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Far above the DuPont Circle . . . parties, parties . . . Thanksgiving, Christmas, Pre-Ocean City . . . Spring Formal . . . Cherry Tree Editor Tom . . . Student Council, Fred Mather, Neal Berryman . . . Homecoming Co-Chairman Scotty Williamson . . . Booster Board . . . Old Men . . . active in intramurals . . . All-Intramural award . . . acquiring of Gindratt III . . . house remodeling Far above the Dupont Circle . . . 197 Armington, Asper, Benton, Binker, Botos, Brown, Carter, Coomer, Cummings, Cunningham, Davis. Day. De Vecchio. Dudley, Ellis, Farnell, Fredenberger, Gilbert, Gilbert, Hamilton, Herbert, Hill, Kelley, Laycock, Leupold, Masci, Meredith, Minner, Mosher, Newman, Oden, Pierson. Pump, Quinn, Rankin, Remsburg, Robinson, Runfola, Snow, Taylor, Taylor, Thomas, Tilker, Tuerck, Wenglowskyi. 198 “You say the sweetest things.” SIGMA CHI Who-who-who am I . . . and they had thirty-five pledges telling everyone . . . first on campus scholas- tically . . . ODK’s Stan Remsberg and John Day . . . Hatchet . . . Student Council . . . Order of Scarlet Dick Cunningham, Ron Cump, Frank Taylor . . . Sweetheart Dee Renshaw . . . Derby Day . . . Jim’s front lawn parking lot Gee, Officer Krupke! 199 Babcock, Goss, Hagan, Kripotos, Latham, Mather, Ogilvie, Pappas, Raley, Reynolds, Spence, Sternbergh. Taylor, Westdal, Whitney. 200 SIGMA NU To the White Star of Sigma Nu . . . singing in the basement ... at G.W.U. since 1915 . . . Intra- mural Forensics first . . . Second place in Blood Drive . . . Best Presentation, Ball O’Fire . . . Stover, Student Council Comptroller . . . John Ogilvie, Student Coun- cil Purchasing Agent . . . IFC Treasurer Phil Taylor . . . White Rose Formal . . . Sigma Nu Girl Theresa Ogilvie 201 Dabrowski, Doyle, Gauvreau, Galipo, Harvey, Kuhl, Lent, McCullough, Persinger, Runge, Schultz, Zassenhaus. 202 SIGMA PHI EPSILON House with a heart and red door . . . second largest national fraternity . . . founded at G.W. in 1909 . . . Homecoming float, second place . . . Best Director IFC Sing . . . Heart Ball . . . exchanges . . . water fight . . . Who stole twenty-two Kappa Delta trophies . . . Open House after Homecoming game And we have free beer every night. 203 i Arkon, Barton, Brandt, Breitman, Cares, Chapman, Cohen, Dickman, Dubin, Ellman, Fine, Goldman. Gordon, Gray, Guterman, Harrison, Hirsch, Hoffman, Kanter, Lappen, Levine, Levine. Malamud, Morse, Music, Perlman, Press, Rogers, Schandler, Schwartz, Singer, Stein, Stryker. Taubin, Tischler, Unger. 204 Get of! my foot! TAU EPSILON PHI Interior redecoration job by pledges . . . TEP men busy everywhere . . . national fraternity award . . . Campus Combo Co-Chairman Bob Levine . . . Ira Schandler, Fall Concert . . . thirtieth anniversary at G.W. . . . Sweetheart Dance . . . Playboy Party . . . Walnut Hill exodus . . . pajama exchanges Isn ' t it past your bedtime? 205 KAPPA SIGMA Yes, mother, we are all-American boys. New life in an old group . . . Kappa sigs doubled membership . . . been at G.W. since 1896 . . . second oldest . . . Sweetheart Charmaine Lisee ... 134 national chapters . . . exchanges. Ferri. Hannum, Kneipple, Kroll. Mechem, Miller, Pledger, Royce, Williams, Wootton. 206 The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha. PI KAPPA ALPHA Vive la PiKA . . . moving to 1916 H Street . . . President Ray Lupo . . . Veep Jim Farley . . . Dream Girl Dance . . . Helene Harper, Dream Girl . . . TGIF champs . . . Phil Flowers and TNT’s . . . Mafia triple exchange . . . 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George Washington University - Cherry Tree Yearbook (Washington, DC) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

George Washington University - Cherry Tree Yearbook (Washington, DC) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

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