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

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The Jeorge vu ington L iiiversity Library CJL-+- 1 to Last Will and Testament of George Washington, executed July 9, 1799 George Washington , a life-long advocate of higher education, bequeathed in his will fifty shares of stock for the establishment of a university in the District of Columbia. On the following pages is recounted Washington’s description of this proposed university, which achieved its fruition in the establishment of The George Washington University in 1821. This is your George Washington, a university in the nation’s capital. in the Nations Capital m • • • • • lie 4 of the Nation . . . 5 for their Education in m polite liter atur 8 I v.F.fcCfofn jC ' - The Marquis de Lafay ette contributed to the success of the American Revolution and helped insure our liberty and that of his native France. Enitriiwd uuf I‘ J t iw pika - hi’tiiv J 1 9 + • • • THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 1963 Cherry Tree 12 13 SENIORS Ellen Ahr Robert Arthur Aleshire Judith C. Allen Richard J. Almeida Richard Maleson Alpher Jeremy JiU Allschul Elizbeth B. Andrews Don ArdelJ Bonnie Bair Barbara Ann Baker “Ask not what your school can do for you, but what you “The 16 Rachel Barman Eerie Barr Peggy Ann Bauer Jan Bears Robert A. Becker Paul F, Been Virginia N P Berkenbilt Helen LeDuc Bishop Aaron M. Blum Barry El uni berg 17 Linda Bonner Sandra Boor stein John William Booth Henry F. Bosnia, Jr Dona Larue Bothell Leo Breitman Ronad A, Browning Robert K. Butler John R Calarco Frank P. Card] men, Jr. Carol Christina Carlson Claire A. Carlson 16 Nancy Sue Car] son Renee DeForcl Chambliss Martin Paul Claussen, Jr. Margaret Michel in Codispoti Marcia M. Consedine Charles H. Coe Carol R. Co f field Eliot 1). Cohen 19 Jack Victor 0 1 li e n Lawrence B. Cohn Ruth S, Cone Karin Johanna Connell June Cook Carol Cowen Bernard Patrick Cox Robert B. Crawford James Daniel Cul lather Judith Ann Dalia 20 John Gordon Day Anthony Joseph DeLuea John M. Dempcy William Fronifidd Dennis Anthony J. Diamond M Jerome Diamond William H, Dierks Charlotte Katherine Diltz Richard W. Douglas Ronald Edwin Droze 21 Jean Duncan Donald Eddins Lawrence Edclman Loreitu E. Ehrbai William G. Ellis, Jr. Richard J. Ell man Edward G. Engtdbart Barbara Englander 22 Phy llis Virginia Fahrney Barbara Lou Fa Han Jnlianne Faust Barry N. Feldman Knute Gregor Fenstad Jennifer Fischer Harvey Joseph FJatt Alpheus E. Foxshan Roslyn Freishtat Greta Friedman Nancy K + Gabbard Frank A. Galipo, Jr, 23 Pete Gallagher Diana Sue Galvin Carole George Martin Gersten Oth an 0. Gilbert, Jr, Sheila Ginzburg Sharon Lee Glenn Ellen Glicenstein Herbert L. Goldblatt Evelyn Ruth Goldhammer 24 Diann Dallas Gray Michael Grossman Karelia Ann Gumppert Thomas Guterman Estelle Hager Jon C. Hagerty rieta Hank ley Mary M. Hardesty Susan Danes Harris Caroline Hauptmann 25 Richard Allan Hirsch Robert B. Hirsch John H. Hobson Stanley Benjamin Holstein Arthur L, Howard June Gayle Howling Les Hubbard Mary Margaret Hughes Christina T. Imlioof Thomas A. Jackson, Jr; Sondra Bryn a Jacobson Linda Jay (T) Cl © uH S’ 3 i tV ' i A H JH 1 V T 1 M JKi i y j 1 a V v V J w Mj i v ' 26 Nancy Sue Johnson What on earth can I wear tonight?” Douglas L. Jones Lawrence Henry Jones Luther Griffin Jones, III Robert Alan Jones Naomi Jospe Margaret Kahn Stephanie Katims 27 Kexm Kelly Marion Kenny Marjorie E + Killian Allyn Eric Kilsheimer Judith Ellen Kliston Stephen Mather Kn topple Penelope Maria Koines Carole Abrams Kolker Oscar Milton Kramer Spero L. Kripotos Lester Eugene Kuhl William C Lambert, Jr. 28 Barbara D. Lanyon Arthur Lap pen Robert L, Lavine Alexander Leeds Lawrence J. Levine Dean Levy Joyce Lewis Miriam Dianne List 29 Mary Beth Lung it- an Ferrick Loxle Raphael V. Lupo Leonard Malamud Stephen Mandy ■Nil a Amiri Mark man Margie Martin Emma Jane Martinchek Julie Martineau Fred Mather 30 Bernard J Malta William Winslow McAdams Robert McCalley Diana McFarland Ellen T. McGinn Alan G. Meravi Marilyn Meyers Donald Abram Miller John Richard Miller Phyllis Morton 31 Bianca Gloria Moscaio lames B. Mutcoqk, Jr, Jeannette Murphy Nan K. Murphy Dare Myers Robert Nichols Sopha Niui Jacqueline Lee Norton Linda Carol usbaum Allan Da id Okm 32 Lawrence Stuart Oliver Harry H, Olmsted, Jr, Hester O ' Neil Alice Pentecost Pamela Jean Peter Arleen R, Pheasant Carolyn Ruth Pollard Miriam L. Plant Rudolph L, Pohl Gerald M. Pohost 33 Patricia Ann Pu in dexter A dele Florence Polls Lee George Price Patricia Ann Humphrey Kuili Ra Lunin itz Larry L Raskin Charles Bass Heed Stanley K, Remsherg The better to kick you with, my dear! 34 Stephen H, Rich Sharon Ann Ringd Suzanne Darmom Ritter Girard Hayden Rodgers, Jr. Kenneth J. Hop Marilyn Zipser Rosen Seth David Rosen William Rosenberg Michael Louis Rosenthal Stuart Philip Ross Barbara Sablove David Segal Saunders 35 f ra David Schandler Susan Schrr John H. Sch roc tier Sandra Servator Mary Hopkinson Shepard Carol Steele Shively Seymour Norman Sinister Marlene M. Silverman Richard H, Singer John TC Si alder 36 spray net IVe been using. Jerome H. Steffel Donald Tobin Stein M. Russell Stogsdill Geraldine M. Sullivan Carlyn Sundburg Freda Ruth Sussman Glenda Sweeney Susan Louise Swan Elaine Paula Tanenbauni To by an ne Tarlow 37 Joel Martin Taubin Arthur Joseph Thomas E. A. Thomas, Jr. Ann W. Thompson Edward William Tupling Alan Michael Turetzky Andrew Unger Jorge Alberto Uribe Douglas A. Van Dorpc Philip W aloof f Suzanne Weinstein B« ih dan Wenglowskyj 38 James R. Whitney .COFFEE Scott F. Williamson Wayne C Williams Allan K. Willingham Jane Berger Wolpoff Archibald Mulford Woodruff, III Jeffrey Young Senior Index is found on page 252. 39 ADMINISTRATION 41 DR. THOMAS HENRY CARROLL President President of the George Washington University 42 PRESIDENT CARROLL OSWALD SYMISTER COLCLOUGH Provost and Dean of Faculties 43 A d in 1 n 1 s I r a t 1 o n VIRGINIA RANDOLPH KIRKBRIDE Dean of Women PAUL V. BISSELL Dean of Men MARTIN ALEXANDER MASON Dean of the Schoof of Engineering JOHN GAGE ALLEE, JR. Dean of the Division of University Students 45 CALVIN DARLINGTON LINTON Dean of the Columbian College 46 JOHN PARKS Dean of the School of Medicine Medical Director of the University Hospital GROVER LaMARR ANGEL Dr tin oj (he College of General Studies JAMES HAROLD FOX Dean of the School of Education 48 ROBERT KRAMER Dean of the Law School ROBERT MEYER LEONARD Dean oj the School of Pharmacy 49 — PMlIWUiJ IM! -m » ■ ■ ■ ORGANIZATIONS A. Jones, L. Sen nett, Don A rdell— President, P, Schwab, W. Bentley. STANDING: B, Ale shire. Student Council L, Stone, J. Cohen, C. Stearns, T. Cutterman, M. Gersten, 52 The Student Council is the center of student activities at George Washington. During the fall a referendum passed creating February elections and establishing the Student Planning Commission. The Council also sponsored Home- coming Weekend, the Peter, Paul, and Mary Concert, and the Potomac during the fall. In the spring, All-University Follies. May Day, and Colonial Cruise were under the Coun- cil’s supervision. 53 SEATED: Dr. Kirkhride., Dr. R. W. Stephens, Dr, Johnson, Dr, Pettit, Dr. BisselL STANDING: C. Cox, J, Day, D. Ardell, K. Kelly, S, Remsfoerg, L. Nussbaum Student Life Committee The Student Life Committee is composed of five members of the faculty and six students, chosen by virtue of the offices they hold on campus. The function of the Student Life Committee is to serve as the judicial branch of the student government. At monthly meetings throughout the year the committee hears and determines all appeals by any campus organization. 54 SEATED: R. Salaz; N. Johnson; P. Patton, Treasurer; L Lich ton berg. Vice President; E. Engelbart, President; S. Bailey, Secretary ' ; J. Murray; D Coiner, STANDING: D. Warner; C. Everett. Religious Council Working through the Religious Council, organized religion groups on campus work to build students ' interest in the weekly Chapel services, en- courage them to take part in the Religion in Life program, and promotes an active interest in the various religions. In the fall a reception, sponsored by the Religious Council, is held to give students a chance to meet the advisers and members of the different religious organizations. 55 Cheerleaders J. liAYQL, Capt.; K. BUDDY D. GRAY, J. FRICKS 56 57 J. DIESEM K. Cl M MINGS B. CLEMENTS Inter-Sorority Athletic Board Most active in promotion of numerous sports activities among sororities is the Inter-Sorority Athletic Board. The group is made up of one delegate from each sorority and the Wandering Greeks Recognizing that sportsmanlike competition is furthered by inter-sorority sports competition, the board intends this to promote better relations between sororities. Trophies are presented at the fall W.A A. Banquet to groups winning in Individ’ ua] sports The rotating I SAB trophy for the soror- ity accumulating the most winning points through ' out the year is presented at the W.A.A. Dinner in the spring. SEATED: S Greenwood, V.P. ; J. Kopdman, Tournament Chairman; J. Allen, Pres.; C. Imho ' of, WAA pres.; C, Quran, Sec.; B, Pearson, Treas. 59 The Cherry Tree The Business Manager . . . 60 Co-editors; Bonnie Bair Sharon Glenn Business Manager: Harry Olmstead Administration Ed.: Kevin Kelly Seniors Ed, : Carolyn Davis Looking Back Eds.: Jan Falls Jetta Spirt John Pappalardo Greek Ed.: Suzanne Ritter Sports Ed.: John Fricker ROTC Ed.: Frank Masci Organizations Ed.: Alice Martinson Honoraries Ed.: Susie Ballinger Queens Ed. : Ginny Langen Art Ed.: Janet Fricks The Staff 61 Call me I ha I ayuin and I ' ll do more than fire you! So that ' s why the office is always locked i 62 You will meet your deadline! Summit Conference 63 M. Maddox, L. Storey, B. Abramson, H. Simpson, M. Rosenthal, K Burn The Hatchet Co-edilors John Day and Sian Remsbcrg 64 J. Mandcl, L. Stone, C. Darchc, P. Jones. The Hatchet this year attempted to present Univer- sity news in a provocative manner. The new “Speak- ing Out” section proved that every problem of public concern has some relevance to a member or segment of the university community. “Nation’s Campuses” presented news from other colleges across the country; Cob O’Nial’s “Foggy Bottom” con- tinued to be a familiar and much-read section. R. Lobl, M. Licbman, R. Schneider. ‘The Intruder " Patricia Poindexter, Stephen Cohn Dance Production 66 Da ace Production Groups meet regularly throughout the year, dancing, choreographing, and experimenting in new techniques of mod- ern dance. The dancers’ 1962-63 schedule consists of the dance sequences in the Home- coming Musical, ‘ ' Bye Bye, Birdie,” the an- nual Spring Dance Concert, and participation in area workshops and dance symposia. In cooperation with the Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Dance Groups are also sponsoring several modern dance programs in Lisner Auditorium. “An American in Paris” Ann Roland, Stephen Cohn, Linda Beyer. The Glee Club Dr. Harmon auditions a new talent 68 The members of the Glee Club sing not only for the entertainment of others hut also for their own pleasure They contribute to the Christmas festivities at George Washington by putting on their annual performance of Handel ' s Messiah with the Air Force Symphony and Singing Sergeants, A small part of the Glee Club, the Traveling Troubadours, travel all over the world This year Dr. Robert H. Harraon is celebrating bis 39th year as director of the G W Glee Club University Players 70 The University Players, a group of students who are in- terested in drama, contribute much to GWU. Although active throughout the year, they concentrate on two main produc- tions, each directed by well-known professional directors: the Homecoming musical — -this year, “Bye Bye Birdie’’ — and a more serious drama presented in the spring. In ad- dition, two sets of one-act plays are presented, one in De- cember and the other in the spring. Participation in one drama production makes a student eligible for the University Players, 71 72 C, Starzan, A. Hoffman, Miss Wright, M, Martin, Pres., A. Martinson, H. Miller, E. Saltz, L, Chase, J. Berelson. Strong Hall FIRST ROW: S, Fabricant, S. Seller, Pres., C, Cohen, N. Smith, L. Balzar, M. Perper. SECOND ROW ' : R. Lichtman, K. Burn, J. Bolz. THIRD ROW: M. Tinacci C. Nichols, M. MacLeish, E. Berg. FOURTH ROW ' : C George, Miss Harlow, M. Svelhova, S. Taylor. Madison Hall 73 SEATED; L Kirk; Mrs. R. Munson; M. Kenny, President; J. Schwartz. STANDING: D. Alexan- der; J. Homer; P. Erickson; S. Welch. Hancock Hall FIRST ROW i R. Powell: L. Colvin; K. Buddy; J. Rosenthal; S, Yaffa. SECOND ROW: J. Wyman; K. Frusher; J. Rayol, President; P. Irby; N. Carlson; S, Mulvihill; B, Weinberger. Crawford Hall 74 FIRST ROVk : F. Vennewite; G. Humphrey; j. Flicker. SECOND ROW: J. Todd; F. Masci; B. Laycock; B. Hamm. THIRD ROW: L. Grumct; i. DePastjuale. Adams Hall G.Wcs resident population has grown rapidly in the past several years. Four women ' s halls — Strong. Madison. Hancock, and Crawford — and three men ' s halls — Adams. Welling, and Calhoun — are “home” to over one thou- sand students. Open houses and exchanges give the residents opportunities to meet socially, while midnight fire drills, broken elevators, and buzzing switchboards give everyone a unified feeling such as is seldom found in any other group within a university. 75 Whafs cooking? Engineer’s Day Research computer and teaching aid. 76 Engineer’s Council FTRST ROW: R. Shearer, D. Miller, H Flatt, ] Popowsky, E. Cohen, K. Thompson, Prof G, Abra- ham. SECOND ROW: P. Landis, J. Christie, J. Fisk, M. Murdock, C Stearns, E Nyman, L. Young, D. Knode, F. Klisch THIRD ROW: P Hamm, R Lorenzeiti, J. Hall, J. Lee, j, Steffel, T. Handler, W, Farr, C. Knutson, E. Magee Allyn Kilsheimer sets up a 3-hinged arch. 77 ASME The American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers strives to achieve the professional advancement of mechan- ical engineering students. To achieve this it provides monthly speakers, stu- dent paper competition, and takes an active part in the annual Engineers Week. J. Edwards, M. Carr, D. Jones, A. Howard, R. Mitchell, G. Miller, II. Wen, R. Alvarez, R. Chari, D. Blount, R. L. Dedrick, Advisor. A.I.E.E. I.R.E. The principal aims of the American Institute of Electrical Engineering — Institute of Radio Engineering are the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its allied arts and sciences. The organization also fosters the main- tain ance of high technical and professional standards among its members, A balanced educational and social program help its members strengthen bonds with their class- mates. instructors, and established professionals, as well as develop some administra- tive experience. 78 FIRST ROW: D. Miller, J. Steffd, E. Cohen, R. Singer, J. Pyle, V. Cribb. SECOND ROW: P. Travesky, B. Williams, R. Morales, E. Fishburtz, J, Edwards, L t O ' Callaghan, P, Flaming, B. Alvarez, N. Seidle, T. McIntosh, G. Parson, L. Boozi, M, Cogan, F. Hood. Theta Tau 79 R. Alien, A, DeLuca, T. Middlebrooks, R. Stoller, L. Wilson, J. Freeman, J. Bowman, Prof, G, Koustenis, R. Browning, J. Seller ff, R. Ruli], R. Miller, Kappa Psi is an organization composed of pharmacy men whose aim is to increase public awareness in their profession Members constantly strive for scholastic ex- cellence. Scholarship, however, is not the only concern of Kappa Psi. which encourages the promotion of socia bility and brotherhood through association with the fra ternity itself. 5 — - [pHT 1 :f.R V 1 n i Pi ijfd R. Browning, Vice Regent ; J. Scherff, Treasurer; R. Miller, Regent; T. DeLuca, Secretary. 80 SEATED: A. Garfield; B Brooks; K. Goumas; B. Baker; S Nong; V, Stirling; B Backus STANDING; Capt A Dodds; Dean R Leonard; R. Ruhl; J. Scherff; R Saperstein; N Rubin; L. Cohn; R. Browning; O. King; Prof. S, Schwartz, advisor; R, Manning; R Miller The American Pharmaceutical Association is the stu- dent branch of the national group There are forty-seven members in the GW group who have completed the re- quirements for membership by being enrolled in the pharmacy curriculum, having been sponsored by another member, and being approved by the faculty and the Pharmacy Council At their bimonthly meeting, guest speakers acquaint them with different fields which are related to pharmacy The American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation seeks to promote fellowship and professionalism among pharmacy students American Pharmaceutical Association 81 KNEELING: H. Olmslead, G. Stern, H. Jones. STANDING: A. Cares, M. Killian, L. Chase, R. Lobl, D. Goodman, A. Martinson, B, Pearson. Rifle Club Jj. Kit ode, J. Ceisner, S. Cain. L. Norfolk, J Sloan. MISSING: P. John, K. Zentz, M. Enzj, R. Roistacher, E, Engle- hart Pep Band 82 E. Plumpe, K. Moody, A. Slaven, Pros,, C, Diliz, M. Weaver, A, Hankinson. Home Economics Club Donating food to the Salvation Army at Thanksgiving and filling stockings for the Blue Plains Home at Christmas are among the charitable functions of the Home Economics Club, A “get-acquainted” tea in the fall high lights the group’s social calendar. Any stu- dent enrolled in the Home Economics course can part icipate in the many activities of the club L. Sennett; C. Carlson; K. Avery; J. Bayol, Pres.; 13, Rehhun; J. Gladding; A, Linde. Big Sis Board Big Sis provides each new woman student with the advice and friendship of an upperclass woman. The Big Sis helps her Little Sis adjust to the ways of the Univer- sity, guides her through registration, and helps her get off on the right foot in classes and activities. Snack ? n Chat, Tips 7 n Tea with Topnotchers, and the Big Sis-Old Men Mixer are Big Sis’ contribution to orientation. Jufiior Advisors in the residence halls give further advice and companionship to new resident women. 83 International Student’s Society Fallowing a theme prevalent in all universities, the International Student?® Society provides a chance for students of different ethnic backgrounds to meet on a social basis, American student membership in the Society is restricted to one-fourth of the total group. The Society’s social and educational pro gram has been received with much enthusiasm on campus; a definite indication of the respect and interest expressed towards it by the student body. 84 SNEA B. Weyman; L. Norton; J. Allen, president; M. Plant; C. Shively; N, Jospe. The Student National Educational Association holds discussions in the area of education; guest speakers lec- ture on topics of current interest, bringing education majors informa- tion on the teaching field and helping them take a professional attitude to- ward the future. The group helps members to evaluate the various teach- ing theories and concepts before grad- uation For a balanced program, the SNEA alternates one business meeting with one social meeting a month. P, Been; D. Jones, Secretary ' ; Rrngel, President; Mrs. Yakobson, Advisor: H. Bosnia, Treasurer; M, Svelikiva. Russian Club The purpose of the Russian Club is to give interested students an oppor- tunity to learn about the Russian peo- ple language, and culture. The organi- zation has regularly scheduled activi- ties such as the Russian drama group, the Russian folk music and dance group, and the Russian conversation group The only one membership re- quirement is interest in the Soviet and its culture. 85 FIRST HOW: M, Rosenthal; C. Bier; J. Feldman; F. Krochmal SECOND ROW: K Yavctz; Seiden; D. Goldberg; D Spector; S Goldstein THIRD ROW: S. Wisheer; S. Shulman; D Coiner; C. Grossman ; R. Lichtman; R. Heil- man; R. Lichtm an; Rabbi A. B. Seidman. Hillel Foundation B iai B ' rith Hillel, the Jewish students 7 organization at G.W., is recognized for its many religious charitable, social, and educational services. Included among its functions are scheduled worship services, seminars, speeches, Hebrew and iddish lessons, kosher dining, and religious holiday observances, and the annual Ball 0 Fire dance. Friday afternoon snack bar and Sunday morning bagel and lox brunches are two of Hi 1 lei ' s most popular activities. 86 A K Psi The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are to further the individual welfare of its mem- bers; to foster scientific research in busi- ness fields; to educate the public to ap- preciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance the course of study leading to a degree in business ad- ministration. Service to school and community and the development of a profes- sional concept of business educa- tion are strongly emphasized by A K Psi. Beta Mu chapter invites and encourages the participation of other students in such programs thus developing a greater profes- sional consciousness on the part of students in the schools of business. 87 SEATED: A. Goldberg, M. Thom, J. Fricks, J. Allen, L. Sennelt, J. Rosenberg. STANDING: C. Mack, B. Clements, J. Shulman, E. Ferrell, S. Coggin, J. Leopold, S. Schaeffer, S. Cain, K. Dixon. iTUDENT Colonial Boosters George and Martha — Jim Leupold and Sallie Coggin NELSON Colonial Boosters was formed to promote student enthusiasm and school spirit foT athletic events. To plan and supervise its program, Boosters has a governing board, chosen in the spring, and a Booster committee under the Board, ‘‘George and Martha,” our school mascots who are seen at football and basketball games, are sponsored by Boosters, Petitioning for these positions is held in spring and early fall. To the person who has done the most to promote school spirit. Boosters presents a cup at May Day, This is called the Andy Davis Award in honor of one of G.W.U s greatest athletes. 1962-63 BOOSTER BOARD M. Thom, A. Goldberg, J, Allen — chairman, J. Fricks, J. Rosenberg, L. SennetL 89 LOOKING BACK 91 What is it that characterizes a year on a city campus? Whether the campus is covered in autumn leaves or bordered with damp spring grass , there is a mood of excitement. There are new faces, new costumes , new ideas with every cup of coffee . Old traditions , new be- ginnings , new successes are the heart of each year . — Here lies such a year 92 93 ■ • In Spring inspired Greeks form cho- ral groups to compete in song . The resulting music is melodious and the competition gleeful. Pan Hel and IFC Sings In a little tin box — The Sound of Music " The Winnahs ' Jerry, stop leading with your nos e! Phi Sigs 95 Hurry, my mascara is running! The Sigma Cliis arc the swellcst fellas. Ratty Patty is a fatty! Professor Stevens, what do you see? Loyal Sigma Chi brothers offer So- rority women each April a chance to show their athletic prowess. The vic- tors are invariably elated as well as exhausted. What a slob! 97 All-U-Follies Talent -talent-talent it’s universal; even at George Washington in Spring. My mother wanted a girl anyway. Sticks and stones will break my bones and so will pocket books And here they come into the home stretch! Wr r Jf Jji • ' JB Politics offer practical opportu- nity in government at a politi- cal minded university. Elections at George Washington are a time of uproarious campaign- ing, re-evaluation and netv reso- lutions. Friendly politics Elections OK— synchronise watches. We just voted for Don. We love you, Anita Lull before the storm Manicure — No 1 bite mine. You’re Allergic to roses? This day has been set aside to honor those students who have made outstanding contribu- tions to the university , Don C M we’re going to miss you. May Day l r r T - 1. All Graduation 104 The Apples uf cmr eve Magna Cum Laude But Fm an AEPi — not a Belt. gott%ha, Bean Fraternity Life There ' s friendship among our fraternities . . . Let’s squirt Bear Massey. 106 FH teach you, Mather . . , and , , , there s love between brothers Til fix him. Steal my girl, ' will ya Nolin? rc the spring a young mans fancy turns to things other than love . GW fraternity men find a ready refreshment from the city 9 s heat in the annual water fights . , Fake oat, Joel. 107 Colonial Cruise On a worm spring day univer- sity students and faculty gather to cruise up the Potomac . Through a day of picnics, games and dancing after dark inhibitions are lost . So begins an epidemic of spring fever be- fore studying begins once more . Hi! Good ship Lollipop , Geo, I never luoked better! Do you ha e anv Bromo -Seltzer? Mr. Apollo. It only hurts for a little while Mr. Apollo At the annual Ball of Fire Sponsored by Ilillel Foundation a youth of outstanding appearance is chosen as Mr . Apollo . How does it feel to be immature? I 12 Peace Corps George Washington University was honored this summer to have prospective members of the Peace Corps use the facilities on campus during their training period. A serious moment. Get your finger out of my mouth! l 2-cha.-cha-cha. 113 Ocean City Exams are over! A throng of tired-eyed students drive dazedly over Bay Bridge toward the ocean; there to sleep in the sand and once rejuvenated to celebrate by fires at night. One minute until takeoff What no can opener. Whafd ya mean it was washed away last week. I just popped my contacts. Yes, I am rather cute. The end 117 Whal do you mean this isn ' t Welling Hall? In the Beginning September comes and Freshmen arrive in the midst of thousands of suitcases. With an “I’m new, who are you ” button and newly found friends, Orientation is all at once, bearable. I’m Homesick Just call me Quasimodo f 18 G or p -A - Lo rp- Do rp 2:00 O ' clock Friday Afternoon A corner of our 150 square acres My wip is caught in my bwace 1 Jl grows when 1 eat chocolate We can ' t go yet, Harry Ledford forgot the pills Sorority Rush It’s a Grand Show. For the girls there is polite discussion of summer over tea, and then frantic whispers over each new girl. Precious hours are spent over artful name nags and fantastic skits. The end is triumphant and final. 122 No, Susie, you rushed me last year. Suzanne, I can ' t close my mouth. Yes, we are Spastic, Coke will get yon every time! But it’s only my first! Fraternity Rush For the boys, every evening is spent in plush and sophisticated Key Clubs Houses are overrun ivith gentlemen in suits singing hearty songs in unison , with genuine efforts to communicate midst billowing clouds of smoke. A Lillie Muzzarela Juice. We ' re not like the others Cadets Invade G.W. for Army Game Chi 0‘s and Friends The arrival of men in uniform called for an unusual patriotic stand from students. Nothing less than thirty feet of slogans on the Main Street and a minor riot at noon would do. 126 Bob! HELP! G.W. R.O.T.C. We have rich Alumni Get your dee-Hcious, nuu-trilious peanuts . . , Our Leaders Hail To The Buff You ' re heavier than last week, 1 27 Thru the lips. Thru the gums, look stomach, here it comes. f SbPVl I BJ A jL l i bB IkvI ' ' HI ■r QRv M m V feju ' r ™ i k ifl I think I broke my tongue. Yes, I am H o m e c 0 in • 1 n g After a week- end of Parades and Football, celebra- tions are culminated in an elaborate dance. Young men in black with strangely bulging pockets usher their dates through the crowd to dance. The evening is spent in the midst of lace, blue satin, and spark- ling bracelets. Our Queen Happy Chi 0 s 129 My Helena Rnbenstein just hardened. Birdie Smashin’ Success The Fall Production was a smashing success with sprightly singing, dancing , and colorful sets . Gorp a- Lorp- Dorp I think I’m gonna sneeze . « Ooga- Booga- Boo “Let ' s see it work!” Chi 0 imparts from Holland. SAE‘s take second. 131 Goat Show Sorority Pledges gather themselves for one tremendous competition. They sing, dance , and set the audience coughing to iv in the award. Dates and Parents are properly pleased to find the pretty girls they thought they knew sprouting mous- taches and drowning in large tubs. She has very sexy nostrils , . Wc shop at Casual Comer. See, No chocolatev mess on your fingers. 132 Christmas Spirit! In the first snows of the year the university enjoys the anticipation of the Holiday Season. Sororities and Frater- nities are decorated ivith gold paper and holly and joy abounds. Gorp-a-Lorp-Dorp Not too bad for a dollar an hour. Giving to those who have little. This is Christmas Spirit. 133 The 1963 Cherry Tree Presents Miss Nancy Steinberg Selected by J. Edgar Hoover V 8 ✓ ++ - e V e o Vv 1 t°V V . e S o S %? ’■ SS v- •j 134 Queen Nancy Steinberg 135 136 137 138 Princess Suzanne Ritter Princess Ruth Cone 139 140 Princess Ann Nelson Princess June Whitacre 141 142 Miss Karen Dixon Homecoming Queen Miss Arlene Kevorkian May Day Queen 143 It looks like erne of the OAK family. Faces From the Fall Does he or doesn ' t he? Of course, I remember . - , Wheat thins made me big and strong. Dreamy Gee Whiz, Fm a Handsome Devil. 145 146 Splat ! The Case of the Missing Cafeteria Trays Howie plays, Charlie plays, Donnie plays. For Play, Play, Play 147 Tourist Attraction G.W. Students in Cognito? Bomb tlve Ban Jac k Who? 149 February E The winner — Paul Schwab 150 ections, 1963 The opponent — Woody Bentley and family glve l ” ' StUttflq ceewn- Shew Lift Xl ktreto Volt -for tfLOLDBtRG OBliCITY l)l ECTOft I ' ■ 1 I filtwih ’it MCMftE! 151 THE ROTC 153 Angel Flight Angel Flight came into existence when the Air Force discontinued the commissioning of female cadets in 1060 . Since then the girls enroll in the AFROTC program and take Leadership Lab in their Freshman and Sophomore years. In their Junior and Senior years, if admission into the Advanced Corps is desired, the Air Science acade- mic courses must be taken in addition to Leader- ship Lab. ROTC is an opportunity to develop con- fidence, poise, and other characteristics which further an individual ' s ability to work with people. Group participation in drills, parades, and Univer- sity functions stimulates esprit de corps, high mor- ale. and enthusiastic teamwork. Two Angels and Stevenson B. Canyon II f. " 154 The 140th AFROTC Cadet Group at George Washington University is composed of 180 cadets, who with the Angel Flight, make up the four squadrons of the cadet corps. Within the corps are the honor societies of Pershing Rifles, Arnold Air Society and the Angel Flight. The Color Guard, Cadet Capt. Grimes and the 2nd Squad- ron. LT. COL. EDWARD M. WALL, USAF, Director, Division of Air Science. CADET COL. BENTLEY 155 The National Society of Pershing Rifles at George Washing- ton is represented by Squad- ron “F” of the Fifteenth Reg men l which was chosen Nation. The Squadron’ year of events included a major reorganization and planned at- tendances at drill meets and parades. 156 Tenth Anniversary Dinner of the Carl Spaalz Squadron of the Arnold Air Society. General Spaatz is present in the center. Arnold Air Society functions to promote American citizenship in the Space Age: fur- ther the purpose, mission, tradition, and con- cept of the United States Air Force; advance the support of air power: and to create a liar mon io us relationship within ihe Air Force Re- serve Officers Training Corps. This year’s Squadron activity highlights have included: the initiation of pledges. National Angel Flight- Arnold Air Society Mixers, the annual Arnold Air Society dinner, and representation at the Society’s National Conclave in Buffalo, New York. A blood drive and high school visitation program were the Society’s main community projects. Cdu Col. Bentley presents the “Squadron of the Month 1 ' award to Capt. Jones of the Pershing Rifles. 157 Veteran’s Day Ceremony, Arlington Cemetery. 158 ROTC graduate? taking the oath of office. 159 HONORARIES 161 HARRY OLM STEAD American Colleges GISELA CALDWELL STAN REMSBERG 162 f MI MI PL A LIT JOHN DAY Who . and l niversities CAROL CARLSON DON ARDEI.L MARTIN CERSTEN HARVEY FLATT KEVIN KELLY JEFF YOUNG JANE BAYOL MIKE DU BERSTEIN HAROLD LEVY LYNN NORTON DAVID S. SAUNDERS IRA SCHANDLER CARLYN SUNDBERC ELAINE TANNENBAUM 163 Tassels Tassels, the sophomore women ' s honorary sponsored by Mortar Board, honors both high scholarship and outstanding participation in campus activities. Tapping takes place each fall during Welcome Week, serving as an inspiration for the incoming freshman women. Tassels pledges contribute to both campus and community through their service projects and also learn more about university student life before their initiation in the spring. 164 SHARON GLENN ELAINE TANNENBAUM Mortar Board Mortar Board, the national senior women’s honorary, chooses its members on the basis of outstanding scholarship, leadership ami service to the university. Tapping for this honor, the highest which a senior woman can receive, is held in the spring. Each new member receives the traditional white rose and black robe from a graduating member. Mortar Board girls, easily recognized by their white flannel blazers, sponsor Tassels, the sophomore women’s honorary, as well as the annual Smarty Party Tor outstanding juniors. Members also select the girls who serve on the Big Sis Board. This year the group has considered the recommendation of an activity -point system for campus activities. CAROL CARLSON JEANNETTE MURPHY 165 Aesculapian Society Lefl to right, SEATED: Anne Robertson, S. Holstein, j. Tau bin— president, A. Blum, 0, Stem, ML Nelson, STANDING: R. Wesley, R. Levine, J, Poho t, R, Rogers, H. Cove, M. Feldman, ' E. Fine, E. Goldman, C Bier, Aesculapian Society is a pre-medical honorary which was founded here at George Washington. Members have the opportunity to learn more about the medical profes- sion through the many field trips and guest speakers which the Society enjoys. Beta Chapter of Phi Delta Gamma National Fraternity for Graduate Women 166 Alpha Pi Epsilon Left to right: K. Moody, A. Hankinson, M, Weaver, M. Marshal), C. Dihz— president, A. Slaven, E. Plumpe. Alpha Pi Epsilon is an honorary for Home Economics majors who have demon strated outstanding scholastic ability. Each year the members participate in various service projects, and celebrate their Founder’s Day at the annual luncheon in March. Left ki right: M. Peterson, F t Klish, D. Jones, D. Miller, A. Crenshaw, L. Kaminetzky, E. Jacobsen — president, C Alonso, G. DeVilbiss, Prof. R s Fox, F. Treynor, E. Magee, A, Kalelkar, I). Eddins, J. Calarco, Tau Beta Pi recognizes achievement in the field of Engineering, both of under- graduates and of alumni who are outstanding in their field. To he eligible for mem bership, a student must rank in the upper one-eight of Ids junior, or the upper one- fifth of his senior class. Prospective members are also considered on the basis of character, leadership and service. District of Columbia Gamma Chapter was installed February 16, 1963. Formerly Sigma Epsilon, the organization w r as accepted for affiliation with Tau Beta Pi on the merits of its high scholastic standards. 167 Left to right — FIRST BOW; G. F t Henigan, faculty advisor; J. Day, treasurer; J. Young, vice-president; S. Remsberg, president; H. Flat!, secretary; R, W t Stephens, faculty secretary; P. V. RIssell, faculty secretary- SECOND BOW: P. Schwab, D. Saunders, M. Gcrsten, R, Aleshire, D. Ardell, C. Stearns, R. Lupo, l). Jones, Omicron Delta Kappa considered to be the sendee counter- part of Phi Beta Kappa, is a national honor society which recognizes excellence in scholarship and leadership among uni- versity students, faculty and administration, as well as the community. Twice each year, at Homecoming and at May Day, DDK taps for membership those junior and senior men who have shown achievement in one or more of five areas: scholarship: student government; social and religious affairs: publications; music, drama and other art forms: and athletics. This honor is one of the highest awarded to university men. Omicron Delta Kappa 168 William Barkc Mol lie Harper d BK Barbara Beall Linda Nusbanm Brown 169 GREEKS Alpha Delta Pi R. Cone D. Carosdla J, Cobb Preparing for a rush parly. E. Eliis S Fajans B. Fallan R Gooion E. Hermes M. A. Keating C. Mann B- Moscato M. Oaks (72 Where are the guys? Watch the thumbtacks! C, O ' Donnell B. Pearson C. Remmey G. Sweeney 173 Alpha Epsilon Phi Who’s got hay-fever? L t Nusbaum A. Drier L Ein binder I. Gottlieb S. Karp S. Ketay E Klisten 174 Smile, you’re on t.v.! He’s our Dream-King! 175 Chi Omega L. Notion Li-s Girls” M. Plum K, Hum S, Coggin J, Falls J Ford L. Frost D. Gray M. Hartge C; McCmchen D. McFarland C. Messer K. Mix S. Park C. Pollard 176 What a way to relax ! Blast off ! ! Count down . , . ■ V. Chadwick B. Clements What ' s going on here? J. Allen D, Beach L, Helbig J Hubbard P, Jones L. Lowndes (]_ I tack J- JMarttneau P. Pumphrey Eh Seltzer M, Shields P. Simes C. Tedrow C. Walstrom 177 Delta Gamma Did lie really say that? R. Guimldiss J Rayol F. Berg L. Bradford L. Brown K, Dixon ( C Duncan AM J. Gannon H. Herndon K. Kanelis S, Priestman L, Heif L. Schwable L- Shaub J - Sirmyer 78 Gel your hands oul of my lunch. K. Buddy M. Bukove K. Burneston L. Caparell K. Cliff C, Davis V, Lan en P H Lawrence M. Martin P. McKenna D, Orr A. Pallas N. Smith P. Tailor M. Thoin J Vermette A, Walton J, Whitaker 179 Could (his hr magic? P, Bell XL de Luca C, Dill D. Evers B. Malnassv P. Peter S. Sanders XL Scanlon 180 claustrophobia J. Shafer R. Smith $. Swan L. Williams 181 Kappa Alpha Theta M. Massey J + Auk B. Baker A. Carter J. Chcrrington K, Clements C. Cox C Herndon Q. Hester T. Hughlett J, Jepson G. Kingsbury S. Knisely B. Madden (82 Hallelujah, we ' re saved! Try whistling! M. Davidson D. Detwiler j Duncan J. Gerlach J. Givens P. Harlow M. Hedrick S. Morrison B. Neimer A. Nelson J, Niblett B h O’Neill R. Ragan B. Sandahl J. Taylor S. Taylor Where the boys are t 83 Kappa Delta What do we do for an encore? What beautify K + Gum D, Fitzpatrick K. Frusher C. Guran M Hardesty G. May K. McKerney N. Murphy M. Myers j. Frisaznick 184 Three blind mice teeth you have my dear D. Haney C Lang J. Lehnowsky J. Loxley M. Malison C Richards A, Smirnoff J. Spirt C. Starzan JVL Wei man 185 Pffffffff . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma J. Warren E AHr K t Barry N. Broyhill P. Dry den D. Edwards B, Ewan S, Greenwood P, Jennings L. Kirk M. Powell M. Seltzer K Sparra P. Rice P. Sawyer 186 D. Clarke L + Colvin J. Combs M r Montgomery V. Lada-Mocarski M. StabI D. Sullivan C. Teague S. Tisne J, Watson J. Webester 187 Phi Sigma Sigma Rain, rain, go away. L, Sen nett L, Harder J. Bauer P. Bloom J. Cohen J3 + Coplan C. Cowan J. Cymherg E Dubersldn R, Freishtal J, Lidoff M. List S, Loube VL Plaui B. Rebhun 5, Ringel G. Ross S Schein M. SJiulman K. Schwartztol 188 Hurry, close Pow! Right in the kisser ! I R. Goss S. Ginsburg N, Goldstein S. Graham S. Harris L, Kahn B + Kass S. Kalims D. Coiner A, Lewison S. Shemin M. Silverman M. Silverman L. Sklut N. Steinberg E. Tanenhaum S, Weinstein J. Weisblut B. Weyman J, Wolpoff the curtain! You ' all 189 Pi Beta Phi Ii couldn’t be, could it?? S. Kilter, pres. L. Alba is D. Boyles D Davis B Fay lor C. George Myers P Poindexter M- Ralston A, Sanders M. Sass P. Seaman 190 I dreamed T . , . S Glenn S, Hazzard M. Hughes Gift wrap her and send her to .. . L. Viray C, Waters N, Webster 191 Sigma Delta Tau Stash the stuff upstairs. 192 The goil Spin your webs. D. Rosenthal J, Safranko J. Schwartz M. Segall V. Tudor J Wolf E. Zaritsky of SDT Hop a- long 193 Sigma Kappa “The King and I” C. Li ee J. Meadows M. Miskelly L. Ostrom D. Petrosky 194 S. Ankrom S. Flint B. Garofalo K. Johnson J, Kausch G, Lazzari J. Stormer G. Sullivan S. Von Zahn A. Weiss S. Wolfe 195 Zeta Tau Alpha It tickles! C Carlson D. Alexander A. Bradshaw J. Cady P. Chandler B. Miller G. Miller B. Montes K, Nickels R. Nigrelli K. Scott J. Smith U Storey 196 C. Chapman J. Coleman B. Daly A. Iiansen J. Me.natigh S. 0 Neil P, Park M, Roarty H, Roberts M. Sanders C. Sundberg 1), Szostak A. Thompson (97 Alpha Epsilon Pi J. Young R. Altman ,L Baer S. Baritz B. Blumberg C Bookoff B. Brinen J, Cherry J. Chizever .1, Cohen T„ Colin J. Diamond Eh Duman L. Edelman H. FJatt M. Gersten !♦ Goldberg H, Goldhlall J, Gordon M. Grossman B. Hirsch P. Insel B. Jacobson A. Kilsheimer B. Levine J, Kraft B. Leviss 198 IX Rothbart E. Rubin L Specter B. Spiegel EX Levy M. Leibman R. Mayer j. Messing J. Polio st H Rosen D. Saunders S. Schaeffer 1 Schwab S. Schwartz J. Shaw N. Simmons M. Stanley G. Stern II. Suckow A. Tureztsky K. West M. Wexler S r Mandv D. Perl in S. Rosen AL Solomon R. Ze liner 199 Delta Tau Delta J. Bowman P, Aruscavage G. Beverley D. Blan ken baker D. Brya n t j. Calgrco D. Cull at her D. Cummings R DeAngelis R. Dint a man R- Duques E + Fable P. Cannady A. Clain F, Gorso J. Craig hill A. Foreman G, Fleming W. Greenwood R- Graves “You ain ' t nothing but a houndog n 200 The little while tags say — “Return me to Dell house when drunk " Presents what? R T Haan C. Kneessi E. Haffey T. Lin kins J. Hagarty T, Harris M. Hart T. Hawkins R. Heintz T. Jackson D. Johnston F Massey W. Massey B, McAdams ]). Meade R. Moll G. Montalvan R, Mott R. Nichols CL Pierson J. Porter C Reed S Russ J. Rowsy R. Russart 201 Phi Sigma Delta We " vt ‘go I t;i 51 learn to play bridge! May he H. Elias L. Plan R. Alpher R. Fridman j. Rosenberg S + Berk A. f roblberg FL Scheraga S. Af-uberg P. Walcnff Ik Dr Wald fL Lit man J, Sloan R r Elberger R. .MiJlman L Wagman S. Plate A. Levine J. Shu (man 202 Chew dentyne if you can’l brush after every meal. 203 Phi Sigma Kappa Bul 1 loll ya they’re bui lding it wrong! M. dark B. Don is bL Farouki S, Freedman C. Coe J. Do Pasqtiale K. Fens led F. Heine 204 They said it couldn’t lie done! 205 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Our Trophies K. Kelly D Almeida P. Gallagher J + Glass S. Baer J. Ghent J. Booth P Bradley J. Chew J. Dempsey T. DeVeau R + Droze D Gnodde S. Grass hof D. Grayson M, Gross L. Grubbs D. Hadley C. Fields D. Hall P. Marks T. McGrath J, McDonald I). McLaughlin P Tengberg S. Williamson B, Klein M. Hand Halamandaris W, Hamilton A, Spencer J. StaUsmilh J. Styles D, Van Dorpe B. Moyer H. Olbrich J. Pitt A. Harris J- Heinz W. Howell M. Weidcman T, Thomas J. Tucker A, Jones D. Jones T. Kaculis J. Kirin F. Mather J. Macrum R. Pohl B, Ross M. Spear G. Transtrum B, Wallace M. W elker 207 Sigma Chi S. Arming ton K. A per W. Ellis But I ' m allergic to mistletoe! 0. Bair R Benton G. Binker P. Botes R. Brown R Brown K. Cummings R Cunningham J, Day M. Enzi W. Fredenburger JN Fricker J. Fridiington P. Garwood C. Gilbert III 0. Gilbert S. Gnchm L. Grumet 208 Are you stuck? ;o into the business! A Masterpiece! D. Hulbert E Kemper J. Potter H. Prevost H. Laycock J. Leupuld Light ho wn .L Marron J . Raye S. Rcmsberg T. Robinson T. Ftbta F, Masci E- M inner P. Pazzaglini R, Pollack M. Scrudato W, Snow D, Sutherland R, Wenglowskyj 209 Sigma Nu C. Ingram 5. Kemp L Loflano D. Mather S. Scott V, Sternebergh P. Taylor G. Tennant J. Hours W. Bremer K. Hagan B. Holober urn Jt worked! My underwear dried over- night! Not even the pag. them! 210 could separa i c 211 R, Watermier J- Whitnex J. Willis How long has he been here? Sigma Phi Epsilon W. Hr, ill, .Id T. Collins T, Diamond A Howard Sig Ep Party Time D t Jones L. E. Kuhl F + Galipo 212 Lurkv Horseshoe W. Shultz Tell another one! ! B, Sarow T + Tubbs K. Rop L. Leggett e E- McCullough D. Persinger KM -j - Welcome to Sig-Ep 213 Tau Epsilon Phi T, Outer man L. Levine Ft. Cohen K. Block A. Blum D. Brandt L, Breitman R El I man E Fine L, Gluck S. Gray M. Hoffman j. Limseader A Lappan 1,. Mala mud 214 You should know better than to smoke in bed! H. Miller J. Morse R. Rogers M, Rosenthal D, Schwartz D. Stern A, Unger A, MinU M« Pearlman W. Rosenberg L Schandler D. Stein .1- Taubin R. Wohl Debutante’s Ball " Togetherness 1 Kappa Sigma Did you say it was illegal, officer? New group, new opportunities, new life, greater growth . . , interior redecorated . , , Sweetheart, Charmaine Lisee . , . Black and White Formal . , , Founders Day . ♦ Been at G.W, since lf!96 . Second oldest , . , 134 chapters , . attempt to make off with KS Flag foiled— to TTKA — better luck next time. 216 Tau Kappa Epsilon FIRST ROW: F Carusella, C. Cainon, C. Miller, M. Friedman, P. McGunegle. SECOND ROW: D. McDonald. H. Sheehan, j. Moone G, Terrill, j. McHugh. THIRD ROW: T. Hassan, R. Van Wolv, R. Snodgrass, S. LeBcau, $. Sharfman. 217 Panhellenic Council CAROL COX President Coordination and regulation of all inter-sorority activities is the primary purpose of the Panhellenic Council which is composed of the president and one delegate from each sorority and a delegate from Wandering Greeks, Setting up and enforcing fall and spring rush rules is the largest single endeavor of the Council. Panhe] takes its part in fall orientation of incoming women students with Open House. Panhel Sing and Prom are part of an exciting March Week- end which Panhel sponsors. 218 Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council is one of the most active groups on campus. Its primary function is to promote good relations among fraternities and to set up and enforce rush rules. The fall activities began early with the IFC-Smoker and the IFC-Panhe! dance for incoming freshmen The high- light of l he spring semester was the IFC Sing and Prom in March At l he Sing the individual groups competed for the coveted IFC trophies for the best singing group and the best Sing director. Also scholarship awards are given at this time. K. KELLY, President 219 The two junior organizations for Panhel and IFC are Junior Panhel and junior 1FC Both these organizations make it possible for the pledges to take an active part in the planning and co-ordinating activities which are an important part of fraternity life- 220 221 m SPORTS 22 15 12 7 6 27 14 17 10 35 224 The George Washington football team, under second-year coach Jim Camp, started its drive to attain national atten- tion, playing a ten-game schedule, including contests with powerful Army and Syracuse. Boasting a fine starting squad, but lacking bench strength, G.W. was upset by V.M.L and V.P.L in its first two games. We then barreled back with successive victories over Brig- ham Young, Furman, and Boston. Under this impetus, the Colonials almost succeeded in upsetting unbeaten and na- tionally-ranked West Virginia, only to lose in the final seconds This heartbreaker seemed to take the starch out of the G.W, offense; they scored only twenty points in losing the final four games to Army, William Mary, Richmond, and Syracuse. Nonetheless individual players gave Colonial rooters many thrills, with outstanding efforts from Dick Drummond, Frank Pazzaglia, Charley Reed, Jim Johnson, Harry Haught, Garry Schollick, Paul Munley. Warren Corbin, Art Gubitosa, Ron Cindrich, and Bill Pashe. 225 Between the idea And the mat ion Between the will And the act Between conception And determination Falls the defense 226 I feel pretty Oh T so pretty Quarterback Holland Looks downfield On third And long yardage Buddy Pollock With A Leaping Interception eye . . Brawn , But , , . It ' s brain ♦ . to eye in good time . . « right now . . . to brain Lukomski and Boston Safety fight For ball 227 PTank Pazzaglia Threading the needle With a bullet-pass Bill Pashe Evades two tacklers On punt return Pazzaglia escapes From Armys limping end Football h a united fate —earth bound 228 Feet on punctured grass Head hanging from the neck Of listless thoughts An oval world planted Between the balustrades Of motion Hard faces Harder moments Printed with pain Satin moments Sculptured and forgiving On the canvas of strategy Victory in the making And its Post Mortem With the unexpectancy Of defeat Or the surprise Of motivated recuperation And Time Time— solitude Engulfing all that is Force and Equity Beyond die arena Watchful eyes Donating anxiety Like squares of light Shot with timing Upon the evening damask Sportsmanship On the precious bench 229 THE SEASON The Sophomore-laden Colonials this year pulled off several near upsets in the Southern Conference and emerged with a record of six wins and seven losses, Ken Logins was selected as All Southern Conference Honorable Mention player, Ken averaged over fifteen points a game and had a season high against Richmond of 27 points in a single evening, Mark Clark, also a sophomore, averaged over thirteen points a game and also had a 27 point evening against West Va, in a near upset. Unfortunately we lost, 100-97. In the extremely close ' Big Three’ competition the Terps of Maryland nipped two games from the Colonials by one or two points in each contest. The Colonials split with GU in a bitter battle of sophomores. Colonial rooters had high hopes for their chances to repeat their 1961 victory in the S,C. Tournament, this year held in Richmond. But again in the last minute of their first game against Furman our hoys were eliminated by a narrow margin of three points. West Va, won the conference crown again this year. The lone senior on the GW team was Don Ardell. who came up late in the season and scored 24 points against Va, Tech,, aver- aging out an earlier loss to the Paladins. Center Joe Adamitis and Mike Cheekan added their height and scoring ability to the team while Carry Holloman, Phil Aruscavage, Joe Mullan, and Ric Duques composed the remainder of the first string. Duke Farrell and Ed R upper! added their Hustle to make the Colonials known and rated as having “the best bench in the Conference.” THE RECORD GW OPP W L 60 Wm. Mary 50 W 59 Cincinnati 86 L 73 VM1 74 L S3 Georgetown 77 W 48 N. C. State 87 L 80 Richmond 71 W 73 Centenary 86 L 71 West Texas 69 W 60 TCU 77 L 60 Georgetown 72 L 72 Maryland 74 L 97 West Va. 100 L 81 Richmond 71 W 75 Va. Tech 79 L 67 Man land 68 L 81 VMI 69 W 59 Citadel 52 W 74 Furman 82 L 41 St. John’s 42 L 82 Va , Tech 73 W 75 Wm. Man 75 L 86 West Va. 86 L Southern Conf. Tourney 54 Furman 57 L P . . while Coach George Klein watches for the call from the officials. Basketball Sophomore Kenny Legins bites his lip - , Coach Reinhart already knows what the decision will be . , . 231 “In llie mature male . . KIC DUQUES graceful and quick, and sure movement across a glossy floor and intermittent painted lines toward Our goal, speed tliose men, laboring for (let’s hear it now) G-e-o-r-g-e Washington. down — fast they go to widen the lead in score that alas, is not there! a tie . . . behind ! move down fast- — move pick up that man; watch that post — snatch — ah, now move on oh — -traveling curse that striped shirt; he must be blind and feeble-minded to call a penalty on the home team. hey, hey, what do ya say let’s take that ball and FIGHT . . . 232 JOE MULLEN high lofts a free throw and swish the net. the second rolls-around off tipped-up, in . . . score tied — -twenty seconds to go a Chechan shot, victory! alone and afterwards the players wonder the worth of it all. the fans, once with him on the court, have now left him deserted (they not being the achers) to sweat shower and sore DON ARDELL Mike Checkan (left) up for another two points. 233 JOE ADAMITIS Mark Clark (above) grabs a rebound away from Maryland ' s Carlson, while Gary Holloman t below I charges in toward the ball against VPl, 234 235 Tennis Baseball With sun and white air, and baking clay a modified Eastern grip and maybe, just maybe an ace: Match Point. Veni Vidi Vici The Southern Conference Tournament The Cherry Blossom Tournament and . Eleven out of Thirteen matches Veni Vidi and sometimes Vici Eight victories a nd Seven losses We remember Papanicolas and Hedetniemi (the pitchers) We like diversity And with names like that We got it! something’s coming, don’t know what— to your lover’s arms, white ball! 236 Golf Weep world weep Our hoys didn ' t do too well The results of hist year’s Matches are the best kept Secrets in coach Farris’ Office. Our boys like big numbers They got big numbers But golf is not made of Big numbers. It can all be blamed on Uncle Sam; Bob Haney is a good player He likes little numbers, But he had to swing his Driver on Berlin. It can also be blamed on Medicine; Bob Murphy is another Good player He also likes little numbers But Bob broke a thumb Early in the season. There just was no one left Who liked little numbers. Add them up; then try again So what ' s your handicap? 237 Rifle Once in a lifetime that overpowering urge to « . Do you take vitamins and still feel tired? try rifles . . The point is pointless As pointless as the end of things First the spear; wood grasped with might, and death soaring forth with the enthusiasm and expectation of seeing energy plant itself into its target. A primitive joy, an excited joy that came with necessity — no sportsmanship. Then the bow and arrow; more precise, more controllable, more decisive. The first iron point that flew faster than the eye could follow. The birth of challenge, the birth of equity. Finally the rifle; a bullet of fire shot with a purpose of flame. Small, powerful, deadly, satisfying. Fulfillment of sensations with control and contact. . . . disquiet 238 Crew The waters on the leeward side Reek camphor Her sides have wings She’ll sail no oceans But give her a quiet sea Nine men Nine oars that dip and skip From crest to foam A captain With eighteen biceps One And a single motion And she’ll fly nine strokes horizon ward— relax men there ' s a bikini on shore STANDING: Barry Smith, Todd Ackley, Cary Ingram, Lou Adamo, Erich Fable, John Hagerty, Bill Hamilton, Harvey Montgomery. KNEELING: Alex Clain — StefaneJlh 239 Football SAE Ronnie Droze takes an eight yard pass from Steve Baer as Dell defenders watch. The IJells won tilt- “A” league championship game 12-6. 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PREMIER PRESS, INC. Fine Printing • Engraving Offsetting • Duplicating 250 PARK LANE PHARMACY Just off the Campus 2029 I St., N.W. RE 7-4424 Fountain Cosmetics Plumbing and Heating Air Conditioning Complete Kitchens and Baths Gilliam, inc. 2400 Wisconsin Avenue FEderal 3-7500 “Food for the Whole Family” HOT SHOPPES. America’s Most Famous Family Restaurants " You wonder where the yellow went” For over half a ceniury Brewood Engraving has been distinguished by its modern smartness and Its unerring good taste. The Brewood engraving of tomorrow will continue to set the style trend in engraving craftsmanship — Produced, as it is, with painstaking artistry — with superlative materials characteristic of Engravers Brcwcoo Printers 1217 G Street, Northwest Washington, D. C. 251 Termites Rodents Moths Vermin MAGGIE ' S RESTAURANT Famous For WESTERN ITALIAN CUISINE PIZZA — l 2 PRICE EXTERMINATING COMPANY HOME OF SPORTS Basketball — Baseball — Softball Bowling — Football — Soccer EMerson 2-6209 4237-39 Wisconsin Avenue 4904 Wisconsin Avenue EM 3-9660 WASHINGTON 8, D.C, g. w: s G Street Riot The plague of Precinct 3. 252 Senior Index AHR, ELLEN Seawood, Westerly. Rhode Island Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Gamma; 5NEA; Cheerlcad er; fSAB Rep.; Drama Secretary; Jr, Pan tiellentc Krp.; Colonial Cruise Com- miitee; Holiday Season Sub- Chairman. ALESHIRE, ROBERT ARTHUR Washington, D C Public Affairs, Politics Option, Delta Sigma Rho; Pi Delta Epsilon; Al- pha Theta £Ku; Student Council Advo- cate; Order of Scarlet; Hatchet Senior Stall; Varsity Debate Team; Old Men, President Vice Pres. ; Enosinian Debate Society Treas.; International Students So- ciety; Adams Hall Dorm Council; Campus Combo, Publicity Co-Chairman; Student Activities Fair Co-Chairman; Student Council Certificate of Appreciation; Stu- dent? for Better Gov ' t., first Vice- Chair, man; Summer Carnival; Intramural Sports; Young Democrat ; Administrative Assistant, Pres, of Student Council, ALLEN, JUDITH C. Fayetteville. West Virginia Elementary Education Chi Onega, Corresponding Sec., Treasurer, Outstanding Jr. Award; Delphi, Treasurer; Student Natl. Education Assoc,. Program Chairman, President; DC SNEA, Treasurer; Student Council, Student Union Chairman; ISAB, Secretary, Vice Pres.. President; Colonial Booster . Special Projects Chair- man, Chairman: United Christian Fellow- ship; Martha Washington; Student Di- rectory Chairman; May Day Publicity Chairman; Big Sis; Junior Advisor; Homecoming Parade and Rally Chairman; Who ' s W ho : Mech Miss Best Intramural Basketball Player; Andy Davis Award; Service Award; Student Council Certificate of Appreciation ALMEIDA, RICHARD 1 St. Petersburg, Florida International Affairs, St, Petersburg Junior College; Sigma Al- pha Epsilon, Pledge Cla Social Chair- man. Outstanding Pledge. Social Chairman, Vice President; Homecoming Program Chairman; Colonial Cruise Ticket Co- Chairman; Rooster Board Membership Chairman ; Old Men; Student Union Board; Campus Combo Ticket Chairman. ALPHER, RICHARD MALESON Washington D. C Political Science. Phi Sigma Delta Secretary. Historian, Athletic Chairman; Intramural Assistant; Gate and Key; Old Men ALTSCHUL, JEREMY JILL Norfolk, Virginia Russian. Smith College; Russian Club. ANDREWS, ELIZABETH B. Washington. D, C Political Science ARDELL, DON Stratford, New Jersey Sociology. Pi Kappa Alpha, IFC Delegate; Omieron Delta Kappa, Vice President; Student Council, Freshman Director, President ; University Players; Varsity Basketball; Outstanding Track Award; Order of Scar- let BAIR, BONNIE Lexington, Mass. BA Education-History Kappa Delta, President, Social Chairman; Cherry Tree, Editor; Pi Della Epsilon; Big Sis; Strong Hall Dorm Council, Treasurer; Emanon, Sec.-Treaa ; Pep Band; May Day, Sub-Chairman, BAKER, BARBARA ANN Silver Spring, Maryland Pharmacy. Scholarship Holder; Pharmacy Class, Sec- retary, Vice Pres. ; Kappa Epsilon, Presi- dent; Rho Chi President; Student Branch, American Pharmaceutical Assoc., Secretary; Pharmacy Council; Pharmacy Ball, Co-Chairman BARMAN, RACHEL Silver Spring Maryland Painting and Drawing. French Club; Philosophy Club; Hillel; Student Zionist Organ kali on, BARR, ILENE Irvington, New Jersey English Literature University of Vermont; Hamilton College Junior Year in France, BAUER, PEGGY ANN Asheville, North Carolina French. BEARS, JAN Millinoeketp Maine Secondary Education Le Ccrcle Francai? BECKER, ROBERT A. Eaton tow n. New Jersey English Literature. Phi Sigma Kappa Vice President, House Chairman; Pershing Rifles; Old Men. BEEN, FAUL F. New Holland Illinois Slavic Languages and Languages. Illinois Stale Normal University; Russian Club; Old Men; Chess Club; Spanish Club BERKENBILT, VIRGINIA N. Washington. D, C. Speech Therapy. BISHOP, HELEN LcDUC Silver Spring, Maryland Business Education. BLUM, AARON M. Jamaica, New York Zoology, Tau Epsilon Phi Historian; Campus Com- bo; Colonial Mardi Gras; Homecoming Ticket Chairman ; Aescul pian Society, Secreiary. BLUMBERC, BARRY Mount Vernon, New York Civil Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi, AssY. Pledge Master; Hatchet; Old Men; ASCE Sec ret ary -Treas- urer; Yell Leader. BONNER, LINDA Washington D. C Sociology Dance Production. BOORSTEIN, SANDRA Washington, D C. Psychology. Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary; Psi Chi; Alpha Theta Nu; Russian Club; Phi Beta Kappa. BOOTH, JOHN WILLIAM Falls Church, Virginia Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scholarship Chair- man, Budget Committee Chairman; Alpha Kappa Psi; Old Men; Intramurals. BOSMA, HENRY F., JR. HyattsviJic Maryland Russian, Pi Kappa Alpha Secretary; Newman Club Treasurer; Russian Club, Secretary, Treas- urer; 5NEA; ATSEEL. BOTHELL, DONA LARUE Falls Church Virginia Sociology Wesley Foundation; International Student Society BREITMAN, LEO Newton Centre Massachusetts Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi, Pledge Warden Athletic Chairman House Manager; Gate nod Key; Adams Hall Dorm Council; Hillel; Old Men; Fall Concert Ticket Sales; Society for the Advancement of Management; Cam- pus Co mho Sales BROWNING, RONALD A. Washington, D C Pharmacy. Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Vice President ; Class President. BUTLER, ROBERT K. Arlington, Virginia Russian. Russian Club; Russian Drama Club; Rus- sian Choir. CALARCO, JOHN R. Adel plii, Maryland B.S.E,, Physics Option Delta Tau Delta, Secretary, Scholarship Chairman; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Scar- let; Colonial Cruise Activities Co-Chair- man; Booster Board, Publicity Chairman; Old Men Board, Functions Chairman; Sig- ma Epsilon CARD1MEN, FRANK P., JR. Arlington Virginia Accounting. Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary, Vice Presi- dent; Pre-Law Society; Assistant Business Editor Cherry Tree; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, CARLSON, CAROL CHRISTINA Washington, D. C Physical Education Zeta Tau Alpha President, Vice Presi- dent, Rush Chairman, Standards Chairman, Boosters Chairman, Junior Panhel; Big Sis, 1st Vice President Co-Membership Chairman ; Cheerleader, Secretary, Treasur- er; Varsity Basketball Team, Captain Honor learn; PE Major Council Presi- dent; Delphi; W ' AA, Program Chairman Vice President. Folk Dance Group Man- ager; Alpha Theta Mu; Tassels; Mortar Board, Historian; PE Outstanding Skills Award ; WAA Sendee Award ; WYio ' s W ,r ho, CARLSON, CLAIRE A. Manchester, Connecticut International Affairs. Marietta College; GWU; Wandering Greeks; Delphi; Big Sis. CARLSON, NANCY SUE Denver, Colorado International Affairs. Dorm Council Hancock Hall Crawford Hall. CHAMBLISS, RENEE DEFORD Arlington, Virginia Political Science Delta Gamma, Scholarship Chairman, Pres- ident; Homecoming Court; Delphi; Tas- sels, CLAUSSEN, MARTIN PAUL, JR. A| e xa n d ria V i rgi n ia History Alpha Theta Mu; Russian Club; Arnold Air Society CODISPOTI, MARCARET MICHELIN Falls Church, Virginia Education Mary mount College, CONSEDINE, MARCIA M. Albion, Pen n$y Iva n i a Sociology. Madison Hall Social Chairman ; Baton T wirli-r; Basketball Team COE, CHARLES H. Falls Church, Virginia Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman; Old Men, COFFIELD, CAROL R. New York, New York Political Science. Sigma Delta Tau, Pledge Trainer Scholar- ship Chairman, Social Chairman; Dean ' s List, COHEN, ELIOT D Silver Spring Maryland Electrical Engineering. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Chairman; Institute of Red to Engineers Joint Student Branch, Chairman; Theta Tau, Treasurer Social Chairman; Engi- neers ' Council, COHEN, JACK VICTOR Silver Spring, Maryland Public Affairs. Alpha EpHilrju Pi, Rush Chairman Phdgr- ma ier; Hi ball Publicity Chairman; Old Mm; Hatchet Advertising Mgr, Circula- tion Mgr ; Career Conference Program Director; Order of Scarlet; Gate and Key. COHN, LAWRENCE B. Alexandria Virginia Pharmacy Class Secretary. CONE, RUTH S. Tallahassee, Florida International Affairs Florida Slate University ; GWU t Alpha Delta Pi, Reporter- Historian President ; Delphi: Strong Hall Dorm Council; Han- rnrk Hall Student Assistant Director; Pan fi ellcnic Council. CONNELL. KARIN JOHANNA Arlington, Virginia Medical Technology. Basket ball Team; Big Sis; GAA COOK, JUNE Springfield, Virginia Elementary Education. COWEN, CAROL Soulli Orange, New Jersey Elementary Education. Plii Sigma Sigma, ISAB Rep. Standards Chairman, Panhel Delegate; Messiah Cho- i-ns; Pajama Game; Bye Bye Birdie: Dorm Council; Publicity Chairman; Spanish Club, Treasurer; Big Sis; Book Ex- change; SNEA. COX, BERNARD PATRICK Indian Head, Maryland S pace h Co rrec ] n n . Tau Kappa Epsilon Secretary IFC Dele- gate; IFC Council Secretary; Sigma Al- pha Eta, Treasurer; Kappa Alpha Theta Alumni Sr liularship, CRAWFORD, ROBERT B. Albuquerque, New Mexico International Affairs. CULLATHER, JAMES DANIEL Arlington, Virginia Business Administration, Option in Economics, Della Tan Delta, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman; Gate anil Key; Uld Men, DALI A, JUDITH AN N Poughkeepsie, New York French. Le Cvrulc Francois; El Club Espanol: Dance Production Group, DAY, JOHN GORDON Eagle, Wiseimsin International Relations, Siga Chi. President Kush Chairman So- cial Chairman; Hatchet Editor Staff; Stu- dent Council Publicity Director, Ji Col- lege Rep., General Motors Scholarship Holder; Alp ha T tie la iM u , Presid cut; Or- der of Scarlet Bed of Governors; Omi- eron Della Kappa, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Epsilon; Old Men. DE LUCA, ANTHONY JOSEPH East Stroudsburg Pennsylvania Pharmacy Student Branch American Pharmaceutical Assn.; Class Secretary; Kappi jSi Secre- tary ; Paul Pearson Pharmacy Scholarship Award, DEMPCY, JOHN M. Cleveland, Ohio F o reign Commerce. Purdue University ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon T rea-uj t cr ; 01 d M en . DENNIS, WILLIAM FRONTFIELD, JR. Cranford New Jersey Public Affairs. Union Junior College; GWU; Phi Sigma Kappa; Young Republicans; Rifle Club. DIAMOND, ANTHONY J. W ilmingiuu, Delaware 253 In than J .. tout in tied 1 1! I jiiria] f f ur-. I im r i«i " f li J.iu.ir - : ( p W t ; Si ina Phi I : jis il- III . Intern nth-mil -.! M E % . DIAMOND. M. JEROME Memphis- Tenne s-re I i 4s I rr if Se i i- to i-, VN ' Difihj ' ' ' l.tl ' l niv-T " ily: 1 |i ( ni Fp i- l " tl 1 1 1 . I T - ■ ' - .1 1 1 1 11- Ihf 1 E 1 1 bV. I I ( Scholar; Alpha rMfl Xu: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ i r ,n D ' Tta Kappa. D1ERKS, Wil l I M (1. Cf ■ uhnv i . i -mj, I ■■ t.irn! . Nf-w York [’in h ,j t F . 1 1 io ,| ( iimii Phi Ngiua Krt|ip,i, [i ■ President; Sits- r 1 1 n I 1 ' Frin. il r(ivitji pin ■ |nr; Vifu i! R |rublji .in ' .. Yjro I‘t- - jil Ml ; Gate a ml K- v. DIETZ ci i rlotte kathekine Alexandria, Vijjiim.ii 1 1 rune I I ' F||| I|||JI . Si h..hr " hip ; IMl.t i-ln, Pledge Trail er. I’-ill 1 1 ■ 1 If i| if |!- ' [i : Djjihl ; 111.1111 ' Jji.lli.J1l- i s i lu hi Mj.ki i ' i 1 p-il ' m. Presid-nt : Rig Si ; TssMds, Alpha Ihi.-la Xu. 1)01 c;i s, RICHARD W. 1 alls Onri. Fi, Yii liiia Eiu ini ' ' » Adnmiiatralioii. VIE! oil.. Drill I ■ .inf. Rifle I. im: p.- r «h- ins I! ifle , X . 1 1 1 ■ fsi . 1 1 (, iuv-nigun Ui h jiati: ; Arnold ir N« i ' h. G ' lnipimJh r, National Convention D-legale; Jn!r;umir,il Director. DROZE, RON AM) EDWIN V a - F i in ” l f , ri , J 1 _ 1 , „ Physical r.ihh Jitinit iuniur Ipith-jp-; Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Varsity Football, Dl M AN. JEAN Wu-hingruu. IG G. IGA. Phv h-ioi-v. K.lpjUl Mplia L helil. EDI JINS, DON All) Laurel. Vl.tr v t.ipnl IGE.E., I l-Utb ;ai Grigim i riiig. it. ■ I |i il " " H. Is. i- I t i .1- . j I It I . St imI-N t Branch; Sigma Alpha Dnit i, Vice Prc-i iIp dI ; I S 1 . 1 hI El J ELM N L WHENCE Staten Island , N. V. SI. tl . V-. IhisiiH ' ss MlmriiisErnlion, Alpha Kp ijmi Ri, l. rM jiMiitliiij£ Se ribe i G pErnlkr, Cure- r ; Old Men MIKHAIL LOKETTO E. SlJ MM 111 I . X . I . 1C 11 i ' Iifti, Rat Fi.pF j. I ii i vt-r il ; Ch e (.Lull. ELLIS, ILLI VM L, IK. IGB. A., fiu mf» VHlMiintstraeirtM. Nijjiiui Chi, 1; Ritual Chairman 2: Vlpha K.ipp .i Pm ■■, i.iJ Chairman ; Sru irh for Vdv:m i tm iil «pf VI image tin Ml . Rr.-.: Rip Band, Dne.ii-i: .(ici r|« .■ !. r : I loot I iT It ' i inl ; Pri-idenC " { iiMitntllrp- Intr M u - u a ] A i i s v i t i vs : Alpha 11 n t a Xu. ELLAIAN, KICK MU) J. Km-kvilh- Ih ' u l ft-, . . 1RI5.A.. At ' i HUinl in”. i .m h jimIh-m Rhi, Rlvsljjr C . 1 n trea-tirer; Jlilhl: S i u d v m I In Ih anl; I.m hjv-i- Jon phi, Hmj-p- M.itsap t: U.ioMi r Board VitU ' tiics; Ian 1 pmInii | h ' i + Irijsisnr. EN GELBART, EDW ARD U I ' vltawk ' -n. A. f. H.A.. Ruhlii Vff.ur. Pnliii. (.ipliipn Pep Hand ; I mhi ran Mudvnl A MK iaiion Rr. . iitr ' nt : H t I ii: i 4| n niiiiiiL Pfi ' -tiJefil ; K.ipl ' .L Si ma. ' ir.t,irt ,md If. jF-imr; Old Mrn- ENGLANDER. BAR K ARA VV .i-hinjjE.iM. D. I ,. IRA., IVvclidhtav,, Vtplu I p-i| " M Rhr. Id .i-un r; Tn fds; Ri Si. ; Alpha Hi. la Xu- EAHRNEY. IBIALLIS IRCIMA W ' jrhinalMn. i . C. B.A., El- Ednca(iiU). W ' O-i.n ■% H 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 v -..Ilian; 7-| -1 Tati Vlplsa; Sin-l-iis X.iii ' ii.il l-ducatiun Assoc,. Tn.ibiirvr: I n r . r Soroiitv Vtiih-isc Board, Tr-.a n?vr; V-trU j. r j 3 -. Pa k lhail Kam. EAI.LAN. BARBARA LOU Mari ' -u Slat i " it. R.i. 1S.A.. Art Hulun. Alpha prli Pi; ' LijiMti Aanki. ' s " ; Ves li K ' lmdatii ' M. FAUST, II LIANNE ■ r Spring. VI d + B.A., II D-ttrry FELDMAN. HARRY N. Wadiiniilipn. P. C. Ik V,, ISyilmluj-y. Rhi si- nia |)r-h a , Pari iameiu ariau titid Soi ia| Oisirinoi ; Einaimn ; Calc and Key; Old Me m, FEN ST AD. KNTTE GREGOR Cap- Mat. X, I. IMA., 5n» ittlofiv and Anl hropuloLy Phi Sr ni.i kappa; P. ' lT-hiii Rifles. FISCHER. JENNIFER Si. A rl in i ion. V a. B .A . , FT i rn. Education, FLATT. HARVEY JOSEPH W idi ri-lFtn, l . C, P.E.E., Etcrtrieal Engineer! ns. Crew Gam; Am. ln lituie of Elertriral r.iiyim p-r-. ; Jn-iitnl- ' of Radio F’ ni; inwrS I n ,ihh r- r : Repre ruC ' iiive tm il e Enpi nrers ' Chninril; Uuta Tan, Scribe; Sigma 1 an ; Enginr-i-r- ' f.imneil. i-rreturv. Ptnl- dint: k ' i m.i Epsilon; Alpha Epstlon F i ; Uhl Men: t 1ik. J r.-asurer and Secret arv : Order cd Si arR-i ; Meehelcciv, Editor and Advertising Maunder, EORSMAN, ALPHEl S E. A.R.+ Hut on, VFROTC. PuMiing mile ; Arnold Air Sue j. ' U ; Phi Eta Delta Tan Delta, ■ i F i - ■ la r - ! i i p Chairman, lluinr Manager ; I u - ler fraternity CounciL FREI. HTAT, ROSLYN a h iiii;lim + IF. . tt, V., F-diitiit in ' u Elementarv. Hillel : l- V ; Phi Mgioa Sicilia. FRIEDMAN, GRETA MiHifoI, Delaware H, V . , Eihn ntnm. GABBARD. N NCY K. l.nwrr-rM’eJoirg, Indiana V . I C , S | f.iii i - F i I i r . and 1 . Jinp , ltiiiiiitiT I illeMi ; uivi r ily of Madrid. C LIP0, FR NK JR. V ,i hinj-r i. D, I . V .1!., I I ' liniimicn. Sigma Phi F p-iluM, t.iintfiiller and S e li ol - at ' hip C Fi.i 1 1 in. i n . GALLAGHER, PETE ft a 1 1 i n g t m n . |l, II, IGA. F i m mink " .. Sigma Viphn F .p iJioi. Pledge Trainei r Re- eiinhr, Prethh-nl; H.imernnllng Coiinnit- lee. I mpFih ' t hairman. CoiTtplroller; lln+isli r Board ; Old Men; GaR ami Key y Social C Fi.iiritian ; Order of Si apR-l ; F ' re " h- man IhuebaJ). CALVIN, DIAN V SUE W a-li i ngi uni, D- C, IG V,. IV « Imlogt . 1 iiiver -ilt ■ f M ii h iy an ; University Or- f Ireslra, GEORGE, CAROLE BmoUvii. X. Y, I!. V . Hi ' t-r . . Pi JG ia Phi, i- • Rre-jd. nt, Pli-dgc Train- er; New Ilian (Juh : Dor m t.uomil. CERSTEN MARTIN K ' -h Gardi n , X . Y, IG A., Pi dii i- al Scion i e, Stoih-nt tmiTiiil. tX«mpir‘d|er ; Cherry I re I 1 . Bii ' imi VlanagH r ; Alpha Fnsilon Pi. TreaMtrer; 1%2 Career Conference, CFi-t.hairoi.iM: t-iuiijou Combo, Comptrol- ler- i IM M- ii P-’.ird, Rr gktrar; Ordrr of ■ .i r| 1 1 Ftnjrd ; Alpha 3 Id ta Xu; Qmicron De’lis K-idd-t: nlhiral I ' mndaiion, Trcais- u r-r ; V-mog DiomieraUt F.mrua C. Carr ■f heilanliip ; VarMR I - it n is G-jjh. GILBERT, OTHAN 0. t JR, Carr-dll-iti. C -ogsa IGIG A., Ae« nun ting. Sigma CJii, Pr-dd-iii, r ice President 5ec- r tafv. Rush CJtairnian; M-. siah Chorus; Adam ' s Dorm C iutn il. GINS BURG, SHELIA Vd h infirm, TC C. R. v,, R " t 1 holugy , Phi Sigma Sigma, -cretjrv; Dance Pro- ■ I id ' t e r ■ iii Croup Manager; Delphi; Career Conferem. e. GLENN SHARON LEE Frankfort. Indiana A.R., .Ametiean Thoir ht and Civil J ' nation, Pj Beta Pi, S li " 1ar hip Guirenan, F ' resi- d-nt : X- winan Club; Cherry Tree, A -SO ' f .He Fdii ' -r Co- Editor; Tassels. Pre idoni ; 1C; H ;-. V ,, President; J uiti or Advinot; Alpha 1 li ' i, Xu; Pi Della Epsilon; Mur- i.ir lluard. Vue President: Student Direc- t " ty: Delphi. Seen.-ury ; Pvbli alions Com- rid l tee. GLIEENSTEIN, ELLEN Silver Spring. Md. B.A., Elememary Eclueaiion, Danee Production Group Manager; Home coming Musical; Spring Dance ConcrrU COLDBLATT, HERBERT l. Washington, D, C. R.A., Economies. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Golf Team; Hatchet, Circulation Manager: Young Democrats; Career Conference; Hillel; Old Men ; Fall Concert. COLDHAMMER, EVELYN RUTH Arlington, Va, A. R., Psychology Fenu Stale; Hillel, CRAY, DIANN DALLAS Palls Chureh Va. B. A. English Literature, Literary Club; Drama Club; Young II o- pubi jeans. Secretary ; Dels Beta Gamma See ret a ry ; N e w ma n CI it b , GROSSMAN, MICHAEL Jamaica, N. Y, B,A., Pre-Med. Order of Scarlet; Ae ctilapian Society; Al- pha Epsilon Pi; Varsity Kifle. CUMPPERT. KARELLA ANN New Y..tk, N. Y. B.A., Political Science. Pre Legal Society; Young Republican Club Acting Sec.; Wesley Foundation, Treas- urer. CUTTERMAN, THOMAS Great X ' eek, X, Y R IGA.. Business Administration, Tail Epsilon Phi, Social Chairman. Parlia- mentarian; Hilh-E; Old Men; Adam’s Hall Dormitory Council; Campus Combo Sales; Vanity Golf; C olo n i al M aril i Gras, Decorations; Society for the Advancement of .Vicinage m-mi ; Student Council. HAGER, ESTELLE HyoilsviJle Md. B,S. . Zoology HACERTY, JON C. BctJiesda, Md. R.S,, 7.r olr gy Delta Tan rG-Jia, Social Chairman. Vice Presidr-ril ; Summer Carnival ; Var.sily Crew. HANKLEY, FLETA Washington D. C, B,A i Englhh HARDESTY, MARY M. A, Ii,. Sociology and Anthropology Mer ludei iv Stuff; Dorm Council fStrong Haiti ; Cherry Tree Staff; Messiah Chorus; Kappa I Mm Sororit y. HARRIS, SUSAN BANES Arlington, Va IGA, Secondary Education English Danno Production; Student NLA; Phi Sigma Sigma ; Alpha Theta Nti. HAUPTMANN, CAROLINE Washington, D. C. B. A„. Jinur rial emu. HIRSCH, RICHARD ALLAN Tampa, Florida A.R., Political Science, Tau Epsilon Phi President Pledge Class Social Chairman, Pledge Warden; Inter- Fraternity Council Representative; Home ' coining ' lie kit Committee; Prc-Legal Soci- ety ; D- hato Team. HIRSCH, ROBERT B. Ja- k " «n Heights N Y. FGE.F... Electrical Engineering. Alpha L p itnn Pi Scholarship Chairman Athletic Chairman, Scribe; Alhcrt-Brition Seholarshifi ; AJEE, IRE ; Sigma Tau; Sigma Pi Sigma; Hal. het junior Staff; Hi ' Ball Ticket Sale Committee. LIU JUHIN H, Washington, D, t. IGA,, IJl ' iiimi Ad miniMratinn. Phi Sigma Kappa Sentinel, Pledge Ma ter; Bering RiRes; AFMOTC Fligi Commander; Air Force ROIC, Materh Officer ; French Club. HOLSTEIN, STANLEY BENJAMIN Silver Spring, Md. B , S . Zo r j I ogy . D- an ?f List Scholarship Holder; Aesculs- ; ian Society. Program Director : Stud-nt Haridhoiik, Subeditor; Hillel HOWARD, ARTHUR L. Arlington, Va, B M.L., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon Social Chairman Vice President; American Society of Median i cal Engs.; Old Men. HOWTINC JUNE GAYLE Jamestown, N, Y r , A. B. Education J English), Alpha Xt Delta, HUBBARD, LES Arlington Xa. B. B.A., Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi; Society for the Ad- vann-nu-nl of Management ; Emnia Carr Scholarship : Dean’s List. HUGHES, MARY MARGARET Washington. D, C. B.A. History, Sweet Briar College; Jr. Panlidlenic Pres- ident; Big Sis; Dance Club; Cherry Treo Stuff: Pi Beta Pi Goat Show Director Standards Chairman Scholarship Chair- man, Outstanding Pledge IMHOOF CHRISTINA T, Washington, D. C B.A,, French Literature, Messiah Chorus; SZO; WAA, Treasurer President. JACKSON, THOMAS A., JR. Falls Church, Va. A. B. Education, Delta Tau Delta Chapter Guide Old Men. JACOBSON, SONDRA BRYNA Margate City N. j. B. A, WAA ; Hillel; Hi -Ball Committee; E lra- Mural Basketball; Big Sis; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Pledge President Parliamentarian; I SAD. JAY, LINDA Cincinnati, Ohio FEA„, English Literature. International Night, JOHNSON, NANCY SUE EkCcDior Springs, Missouri B.A, International Affaira, Spanish Cloh; Hancock Hall Council; Can- terbury Club. JONES, DOUGLAS L. Limeton, Va, B.M.E. Mrchanienl Engineering. Theta Tail Vice President; MccheJcctv Editor; ASME President, Program Chair- man; Engineers ' Council Vice President; Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Tau; Do vis- Hodg- kins House Manager; Messiah Chorus; Glee Club; Traveling Troubadours ; Order of Scarlet : Old Men. JONES, LAWRENCE HENRY Roehester, X. Y. B.A, International Relations. International Students ' Society President; Spanish Club, Secretary -Treasurer; For- eign Student Service Council Representa- tive; People -to- People Committee; Old Men; French Club. JONES, LUTHER GRIFFIN, III Alexandria, Va. B.A. Economics- Phi Sigma Kappa. Pledge Master, Seem tary, Sentinel. President; ROTC Drill Tea rn Instructor, Commander; Pershing Rifles Squadron Commander. JONES, ROBERT ALAN Arlington Va. A.B. P ri | i; t i c a 1 Sc i c nc e. Base- ball (Varsity); Basketball; Student Council Combo Chairman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOSPE, NAOMI Washington , D. C. FS-A., Education, Elementary, Hillel; S ZO ; 5 X E A ; M css i a h Cli oru s, KAHN, MARGARET (PEGGYE) Norfolk, Va, fGA., Mathematical Statistics, Skidmore College; Hancock Hall Dorm Council KATIMS, STEPHANIE Washington, D, C. A, Ii., Speech Therapy, French Club, Secretary. Vice Ptes. ; Hillel; Phi Sigma Sigma, PanhelJenic ; Delegate Pledge Mistress; Big Sis; Sigma Alpha Theta; Jr Advisor; Phi Sigma Sigma, Rituals Chairman KELLY, KEVIN ChiJIum, Maryland A.B, Education, Vice President IFC; PrcaidenG IFC; Gate and Key; Sports Editor, Assistant Editor Cherry Tree; Order of Scarlet; 254 Colonial Cruise Committee; Executive Council, ftrivman Club; Homecoming Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KENNY. MARION ft. A., Psychology. President, Hancock Hall. KILLIAN. MARJORIE S. Novato, California R.S., Chemistry, Alpha Theta Nu; WAA; Captain, Rifle Team; Varsity Field Hockey; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Tennis; Newman Club; Manager of Field Hockey; W A A Awards Chairman: Sports Girl of the Year; Big ma lota Pi, KILSHEIMER, ALLYN ERIC Washington D. C. R.C.E., Engineering Vice President, Old Men: Vice President Alpha Epsilon Pi, Rush Chairman; Presi- dent, American Society of Civil Engineers; Order of Scarlet : Alpha Theta Nu ; Reg- istrar, Old Men; Editor, Meeelicev; Theta Ian; P lei I go C I ass V ice P re s i den t , Alp ha Epsilon Pi: Engineer ' s Week Chairman; Scholarship; Sigma Tau Tutoring Service. KLI5T0N, JUDITH ELLEN Kivenlale. New 1 Yiirk B.B.A., Accounting. University of Michigan; Alpha Lambda Delia ; Rran trom Award for Outstanding Freshman Women; Modern Dance Club; Junior Pan-Hellenic Representative; Par- liamentarian, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Pan- Hellenic Award for Highest Average of U p (UT-Cb PI edge ; He a n ' 3 List; Sell ol ar- Sliip. KNEIPPLE, STEPHEN MATHER Silver Spring, Maryland B.A., Sociology and Anthropology. Kappa Sigma. KOINES, PENELOPE MARIA Washington. D. C. B.A. Art History and Theory, Pi Rita Phi; Junior Pan-Hellenic Repre - sentativc; Pan-Hellenic Delegate; Vice President, Pi B-t.i Phi; Russian Club; Greek Orthodox Club, KOLKER. CAROLE ABRAMS Silver Spring, Maryland B,A,, .Art History and Theory. KRAMER. OSCAR MILTON Washington, D. C In-tit ute of Radio Engineers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Presi- dent, Sigma Alpha Omega. KRIPOTOS, SPERO L. Washington, D, C. B-B.A., Business Administration. Old Men; Gate and Key; President, Sig- ma Nu. KOHL. LESTER EUGENE Pitman, New Jersey B.M.E. Sigma Phi Epsilon; ROTC; Inter-Frater- nity Council; Old Men. LAMBERT, WILLIAM C., JR. Washington, D. C- Public Affairs. Secretary. Vice President, President, Kap- pa Sigma; Operations Officer, Air Force KOTC; Gale and Key; Section Leader, Uniform Manager, Pep Band; Secretary, JFC; 1FC Key; Outstanding Cadet Achievement Award, Air lone ROTC. LANYON, BARBARA D. W ' e t Orange, New Jersey A. A. and B.A , Elementary Education, Recording Secretary, Pi Bela Phi; Schol- arship, Pi Bela Phi; Madison Hall Dor- mitory Council; Big Sis; French Club; SNEA; Newman Club. LAPPEN, ARTHUR Newton, Massachusetts Bi.A., History, Russian Language Club; Athletic Chair- man. Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel; Sales, Campus Combo; Student Directory, Ad- vert i - Eng Committee ; Pro-Legal Society; Old Men; Freshman Orientation Commit- tee. LEVINE, ROBERT L Hyattsville, Maryland B, S. Science. Phi Eta Sigma Honorary Award ; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hatchet Staff; Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma; Pre-Medical Society; Phi Beta Kappa. LEEDS, ALEXANDER Washington, D. C. B.$., Pharmacy. Rho Chi; Who’s Who in American Col- leges anti Universities; Phi Tau Epsilon; Alpha Zeta Omega; American Pharmaceu- tical Association; President, Freshman Pharmacy Class ; Pharmacy Representative to Student Council ; Vice President. Phar- macy Student Government; Scholarship; Vice President, Hillel. LEVINE, LAWRENCE J. Hewlett Harbor, New York B.A., Sociology. House Manager, Scribe, Chancellor. Tan Epsilon Phi; Colonial Boosters Seating Committee ; Colonial Mardj Gras Tickets: Chairman Lambert, Hendricks and Ross Concert; Campus Comho Sales Manager; 1SAB ; Vice President, Gate anil Key; Order of Scarlet; Colonial Cruise Tickets, LEVY, DEAN Forest Hills, New York R.A., Education for History Alpha Epsilon Pi; Sub-Chairman, Campus Comho Tickets; Spanish Club; Yuung Democrats; Career Conference Sub-Chair- man; Hatchet Circulation. LEWIS, JOYCE Arlington, Virginia B.A , Economics. Delta Zeta. LIST, MIRIAM DIANNE York, Pennsylvania. A.B. Elementary Education. Phi Sigma Sigma; Scholarship Chairman. Hillel Chairman Cherry Tree Chairman, Phi Sigma Sigma; Hillel; Big Sis; French Club; SNEA. LONG, MARY BETH Salisbury, Maryland A. B,. Spanish, Gettysburg College; Universi ty of Madrid Spain; Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi. LOXLEY JEAN FERRICK Washington, D. C. B. A., Sociology, Hatchet Reporter; May Day Committee; Secretary. Rush Chairioan, Vice President Kappa Delta; Delphi; Associate Editor, Cherry Tn-t-; Junior Advisor; Sigma Phi Epsilon Rush Quern; Homecoming Queen Finalist; Sigma Pin Epsilon Queen of Hearts j Big Sis, LUPO, RAPHAEL V. Dunn Luring. Virginia B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. Vice President, Student Council; Engi- neering Representative, Student Council; Engineer ' s Council, Student Council Rep- resentative; President, Vice President. So- cial Chairman, Founder ' s Day Chairman, Pi Kappa Alpha; Old Men; Engineer’s Day Guide. MALAMUD, LEONARD Washington, D. C, Tan Epsilon Phi ; Hillel; Old Men; Colo- nial Boosters; Career Conference. Sob- Chairman. MANDY, STEPHEN Baltimore. Maryland D.S,„ Pre-Medical Sciences. Alpha Theta No; Pre- Medical Society; Varsity Rifle Team; Homcroming Sub- Chamnan : Order of Scarlet; Hatchet Re- port it ; Hntiu-coming Chairrnai ; President, pr--- Medical Society; Career Conference Committee; Historian, Alpha Epsilon Pi; I Irst Place, Interphorcnsic Speech Con- test; Scholarship. MARKMAN, NITZA ART2IEL Arlington, Virginia If, A., Psychology. Foreign Student Organization; Hillel, MARTIN, MARJORIE HELEN A r i i n g I on , V r i rg i n i a It. A., Dramatic Arts, Pj Beta Phi. Music Chairman, Assistant Pledge J miner. Panhellcnic Sing Chairman, Social Chairman, Corresponding Secretary; Messiah Chorus; Glee Club; Troubadours; Strong Hall Council, Se relary, President; J rite f-rnidiiicr- U.ifl Board, Secretary; Technical Assistant “Pajama Game ' ' ; Production Crew “Thp (laved wet I cm " ; Stage Manager 4 Bye Bye Birdie’ 4 ; Uni- versity Play its; Pi Epsilon Delta; WROW; Big Sis; Summer Carnival; Volleyball Club; Children ' s Theater Repctoirr Guild. MARTINCHEK, EMMA JANE Arlington, Virginia AJf r . Political S cienve New man Club. MARTIN E A U, JULIE Washington, D. C. If. A., Economic , Pledge Class. President, Chi Omega; Dean’s L is! ; T a ssc I s ; Hatchet; Ho m ec o mi ng Queen Finalist; Treasurer, Pan-Hi-lkatc Council, MATHER, FRED Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii B,A,, Economics, Puhliejty Chairman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice President, Pre-Legal Society; Co- lumbian College Representative Student Council; Fall Concert; Old Men, MATTA, BERNARD J. Alexandria, Virginia B.S.. Physical Education. Student Representative in AAHPEK for Men and Wono-n Physical Education Ma- jors; Student Intramural Assistant. Ml- ADAMS, WILLIAM WINSLOW Arlington, Virginia B.S., Physical Edo eat ion. In I ram urals Chairman, Della Tan Della. McCALLEY, ROBERT Washington, D. C. BALE., Mcehanieul Engineering. Sig rua Tan. McFarland, diane Alexandria, Virginia AJf.. English Literature. Socia l Chairman Chi Omega; Campus Gumbo, McGINN, ELLEN T. Alameda, California A. B., History. University of California at Berkeley; Young Democrats; Internal irmal Student Society; Tennis Manager; Cultural Foun- dation; Varsity Tennis. MARA VI, ALAN G. West Orange. New Jersey B. S„ Physical Education. Varsity Football; Newman. MEYERS MRS. MARILYN Silver Spring, Maryland B.S., Zoology. MILLER, DONALD ABRAM Pittsfield, Mas-ji liiisi-tls Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor Scholarship; Dean ' s List; Vice President Sigma Tau; Honor Junior, Slgn)a Epsi- lon; Tire President Phi Eta Sigma; Assistant Secretary. Sigma Pi Sig- ma; Assistant Scribe, Theta Tau; Old Men : Order of Scarlet; Engineer ' s Coun- cil; Junior Class Representative and As- sistant Treasurer of Engineer ' s Council; IKE Representative; JRE-AIEE, Engineer- ing Council Representative; Mecheleciv Magazine; Assistant Business Manager and Staff ; Ter finical F.ditor, Mecheleciv Magazine; Alpha Theta Nu, MILLER, JOHN RICHARD Damascus, Maryland B.S , Pharmacy. Sophomore Treasurer, Junior Secretary, Senior Regent, Kappa Psi. MORTON, PHYLLIS Washington, D. C. AJf,. Education. Messiah Chorus; Dormitory Council, See retyry ; Big Sh; Historian Activities Chairman in Pledge Class. Pi Beta Phi; S t u d i ■ n t N a t i o n it I E d li e a I i on A ssor i a L i on MOSCATO, BIANCA GLORIA Fort Montgomery, N. Y. B.A., International Affair . Alpha Delta Pi Secretary, Vice President, Pan Hellenic Council; International Stu- dent Society; French Club; Booster Club; Miss Model Pledge. MULCOCK, JAMES B„ JR. Arlcsia, New Mexico B.A., Economies. Phi Sigma Kappa Inductor, President; Student Council, Freshman Director; In lor fraternity Council; Old Men; Gate and Key. President MURPHY JEANNETTE Arlington, Virginia It, A.. An. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Clas s Presi- dent. Treasurer, Scholarship Chairman; Mortar Board, Treasurer; Drama Board; I assets; Glee Club; Traveling Truuba (lours . MURPHY, NAN K. Arlington Virginia A.B.., Economics. Kappa Delta ; Newman Club. MYERS, DARE Washington, D L. A B„ History of Art. PI Beta Phi, Historian, Vico President, Kush Captain, Program Chairman; Art Club; Cherry Tree Staff. NICHOLS, ROBERT Chagrin ball . Ohm If. A., International Affairs Delta Tau Delta; Hatchet Reporter; Order of Scarlet; Bye Bye Birdie; Messiah Cho- rus. NONC, SOPH A W ashing tun, D, C. B.Se . Pharmacy International Student ' s Society. Social Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President NORTON, JACQUELINE LEE Arlington, Virginia B,A., Elementary ' Education. Chi Omega Pledge Trainer, Panhel Rcp- resent alive. President; Pan Hellenic Sing Chairman; Big Sk ; Outstanding Big Sis; Student National Education Association, Publicity Chairman, Secretary; French Club; Student Directory; Outstanding Swimmer; May Queen ' s Chairman; Boost- er Board . Asst. Special Projects Chair- man, NUSBAUM LINDA CAROL Silver Spring Maryland R.Ar American Thought and Civiliza- tion Mortar Board, President; Alpha Epsilon Phi, President. Vice President; Delphi, Vice President; Outstanding Freshman, Sophomore Junior Woman; Student Life Committee; Big Si , l t Vice President; TasseU Project Chairman , OK IN ALLAN DAVID Silver Spring, Maryland A. B., Psychology. Hillel. OLIVER, LAWRENCE STUART Baltimore. Maryland B. A., Psychology. Alpha E fihilon Pi; Hillel; Aesculapiao Society, Treasurer Vice President; Young Democrats; Student FLmdbunk; Old Men. OLMSTED, HARRY H., JR. Arlington, Virginia B.A., Personnel. Alpha Kappa Fsi, Treasurer President; Business Manager, 1963 Cherry Tree; So- ciety fur Advancement of Management; Varsity Rifle Team, President. O ' NEIL, HESTER Groton, Massachusetts Secretarial Studies. International Students Society; Newman Club: Strong Hall Dormitory Council; Boston College. PENTECOST, ALICE Arlington, Virginia B.A., English Literature. University Players; National Collegiate J 1 1 a y ers ; A re n a Stage Co m pan y ; Ohio University , PETER PAMELA JEAN Tow son, Maryland B.S. Medical Technology. Delia Zcta: Messiah Chorus; Trinity Col- lege, PHEASANT, ARLEEN E. Winthrup, Massachusetts B.A., Education. Pi Lambda Theta; Unitarian Club. PLAUT, MIRIAM L. Washington, D, C. B.A., Edueation Phi Sigma Sigma. Pledge Class Presi- dent ; Parliamentarian; [Jjjr 5j s - Student Council ; Student Union Hoard Secretary; Student Directory; Students for Better Government; Cultural Foundation; SNEA; Dean ' s List. POHL, RUDOLPH L. Seljersvtlle , Pennsylvania B.S., Chemistry, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden; Varsity Football POHOST, GERALD M. Silver Spring, Maryland B.S.. Phy«ic». Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hatchet Circulation Manager; Hi Ball Publicity; Campus Com- bo Publicity; Meiheb-civ Staff; Aeseuln (nan Society; Editor. Student Handbook POLLARD, CAROLYN RUTH Westfield, New Jefsej B.A., Inlernalional Affairs. Chi Omega, Currespimdi-nl ; Junior Pan- ludlrnit, Viee President, POINDEXTER PATRICIA ANN Salem, Virginia Psychology History 255 ! v rv7f7 Pal tit id intL continual f ' i Bell Plii, Pledge Clas Vii e Prf?= i mK-jlI , Outstanding Initiate; Scholarship Award, " - rii vi I i - 1 h.nrrjNin, Corresponding $- ( rMr, . S.. ' in| Chairman ; Juoin t Panlnd H -■ President; Djm.-c Production Group I, Dir n r Group III; Rig Sis: Delphi; I ' - ' •!,.: GW Play rs; MECHELEC1V Mi : Horn omiinjr Queen Court ; Engi Mit-.Fi Court, Military Ball Qu,- tn Court, POTTS, A DELE FLORENCE Beth sib., Marvlaui) Psychology. ‘ ' l mp i EJdu Uu, ViCi President; Hill I - D-lphi: Rig PRICE. LEE GEORGE Wavhinciiun l C. Pnbli flair . PI MPHREY, PATRICIA ANN Washington l . C. IGvrlmlngy. Hving S|MJiiM»r ; Chi Omega Correspond- iuji S . ri-iury. Rereading Secretary; Rig RABIXOVTTZ, RUTH N,-tv J,rs.;- H istor v . Marietta ;..li gr, CWU; D. rm Council, RASKIN. LARRY M. rliugtoti irginla Psychology, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Old M ’ri ; Varsity Base- hall; Cano r Conference, Forum Chair- mail , Puhliriiy Din Hor; National Science hmmlaiion Fellowship. REED, CHARLES RASS Mechanh shiirg, I Yu n-.vjv;mia Pin -i raj Kiln. at ion. Delta lau Della; Football, Freshman and Varsity ; Newman Club; Welling J| a |] Hoard. REMSBERC, STANLEY R. J ' , I Dorado. Kansas I ..fi-h ff.i ir-. Phi Beta Kappa; III, HATCHET, Editor, New? J- 4 1 1 1 , , r . staff; I ini rrli:iri Rebate i H I ' I " r -Mdi ' iti ; Student I IK- C.-rnmittee ; Stud. Ill Pi.MIl ' Jtinli? C Mil Student it, Program Director; Sigma Chi Oinia ton D, tin Kappa, Pn ?id» r»t ; Order ill Se.irK-t. Board M (hivermir? ; Old Men; Phi hr.. Sigma: M- lu Sigma Rl.u; pj Della I ' p ' i IrHji ; Alpha Tilda Nil ; Pep Rand, RICH, STEPHEN II. Siar-d.de, New Y,uk Physics-Muth. i.oriu ' ll I nivtTsily; CWl ; Sigma Tau. KING EL, SI1 ARON ANN Washington, D. I . n|hr iipii|ogA . stud u t llaiidjuhok ; Russian Club PreM dent, Ola ? Representative, Publicity Hi- re. lor ; Student lb -.k K change Chairman; Student i .unrij FI c lions Committee; Al- pha lh. 1.1 .i: HATCHET: Phi Sigma sigma. Puhltviu Director: Mithl. Serial il.ainurm. Pnhlii-itv Dirmi-.r; lnter-mor,ij l or.-nsj ; Phi Beta Kappa. HITTER, SC ANNE DVR MONT a-.h . nut oil . 1 1. 1 , I- Jura? Km , I ' i lh‘ 1.1 Phi, Pn i.l.-nt, Siuial Chairman, Hush (.a pi ain. Pledge Trainer; Delphi, IN -uh-nl ; Hi,-. r| .nl. ' h. !■ ( i ptain : M.iv Day, Jot it .it nui-. I kumuri; r Beard P p Ralti - Chairman; C lonjaJ Cruhe; CHERRY IREK. Greek Editor; Dance Proilo.-iiixi-; Ihukev CJulij Student Hand- I k: Summer Catnh.il, 1%G: ( ■ r I u ■ I ■ v j - Mi?? RODGERS. GIRARD HAYDEN, JR. WiiMintgh.n. p, C. Business A ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t r a t i r ■ n . AlpJia I In ta Nn; Tr iuh iduur»; Scholar- rWllK ROP. KENNETH J. Mu-Us-o. Mi. I... ... Inti mat i ua ' l Ufair . t. a l ho u n Mali i " um il. President; Intrr- nalioji.iJ Stud nt? S,.rjr-ij-. ROSEN M KIL N ZIPSER Arlingl oti . N irgitiia El ' uo nlary E.lut atiun. I liS? ,JI Sage College. ROSEN, SETH DAVID S 1 3 III , f ' i rd r r i n ‘ ! i. j t PoJitH a) S, : ci - . Mr a J- i -.l -i Pi. - r - ! . i r . ; .■ r - i ! v G- ' lf i " -Captain; Gat ' - anul ; M(J Men; Young Democrats: Homecoming, Publi- i itv Director; A istant t » the Advocate of I he s Indent Council; HATCHET; Pre- law S « ieij . ROSENBERG, WILLIAM Accounting Tan EpMlmi Phi; Full CmiccrC Comp i roller; Jntra Murfl! CoundJ; Gate and Key. STEIN, DONALD TOBIN Tampa, Florida Political Science. Tau Epsilon Phi, Pledge Class Vice Presi, di-iu. Pan iiR 1 Weekend Chairman, Emer- tainmeni CJmirman ; Hillel; Old Men; Pre Legal Soridv; JFC AIir ' rnat r; Intramural Speech Finalist ; Student Directory Com- mittee. ROSENTHAL, MICHAEL LOUIS Tnuiton, N w Jersey S ' i iolngv-AolhnipologV. Trenton junior tadlege; Ian Epsilon Phi, Calhoun Hall Council. President; Mr sK ah tJiiira-; Gl-e Cluh : Troubadours: HYTCIIET; CHERRY TREE; HilLcl: Old Men. ROSS, STUART PI! I LIP Newark. New- J e r e Polilical Science. Delta I ad D.-I.U, Ru.-h Chairman Sergeant- at- Arm-; Ro -l r Board, Membervhip Clniirman; t.Hd MrO: Student Council, Act Iv itie.6 Director, Budget Commit Ice; Gatr- and Ko ; Ctvw. SABLOVE, BARBARA West Deal, New Jersey Sociology. SAL NDERS, DAVID SEGAL Brlbrsda, Marvland Political S, iejiee. Omi r m Delhi Kappa: Pi Delta Epsilon. President; itrd.T nf Srafl I ; HATCHET. R. .ird of Editor-, Sp " rt? Editor. Senior Staff; Alpha I HI on Pi. Vice President. Athletic Chairman, Eura- Curricular Ac- I j v J L i t-s Chairmau; Y omg Democrat?; Stu- dent Dirertorv Thairmaji: Career Confer- en e. Forum Chairman; Old Men. SCHANDLER, IRA DAVID F .i r Bin ka wav. New York Public Speaking. I [j tl I . E‘f--irh(U, ie Prt L ?id rit ; Fall f -on - it. Ci ' -tihairmau ; Pre-CegaJ Society, Pn ill- ill ; C,il ' an l K ' v; J 1 1 irm-t muing I .- Chairman ; Tan Fp-iUm Ph . Vine Pre ' i.hul, Rush CJ.airman, Social Chair- loan: C pirojh r Cnhmlaj Cruise ; Old M. n; Enosiniau Dehau Sdi iety, SCHER t SI ' S N New v.-ik, w York I h riH iiiaiA I dip- atinn. Tan I p-ib n Phi sw.ith.ari: HATCHET; llillel ; IS R ; I ul muil Cruise Puldirity CumniiEtee : Mpha F-]j ihm Piii. Ri-i ording Si ' if ' l.trv. IlLlriali?!; Cli;l ir man. Hu ' IUteum- mg D i ur.ilinos 1 ■ -ru nul I - ■ ; iaili? u Mali Cm in, d. Pres til ul ; Big Si-; SM.A. SOIROEDER, JOHN H. Sail I rami- .-. California Social Si inices, SERVATOR, SANDRA Reiln-Mk, Maryland Eduialimi. SIIEI’ARD. MARY IIOPKINSON I). C. Histurv f r i . Young liepuldkan?; Kappa Alpha Theta, riedg ’ cr l-.tr 1 . and Tn-a-un r. SHIVELY. CAROL STEELE Hartford. Cunn - 1 j ut Elemental t Education. Dean V l ist: SNF A. Alj-ha Theta Nu. SHLSTER, SEUiODR NORMAN Philadelphia, Pcnimhanin J ' aldic Affairs. Glee Club. SILVERMAN, MARLENE M. Chi vy Chase. Maryland Speech Corre liuis Hill !: lmv r-jEv Spi’Oi-U Conti si; Big Sj- : student Jhmk Fvliangc; Phi Sigma Ssgma Sorority Rerording Secretary; Sig- ma Alpha Eta. Secretary. SINGER, RICHARD IT Washington, D. €. Met Eianii al Engineering, Ertgiui rk Cuunci!; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau; ASMF. ; Order -f Scarlet; Arnold Air so. i-iv; Colonial Cruise; Colonial Cruise. ST ALDER, JOHN B. Springfield, ir inia Bu-in- Delta Jan Delta. STOGSDILL. M RUSSELL AdeJphi. Maryland EJei trieal Engincfring. SULLIVAN, GERALDINE M. Washington, D. C. Poldieal Science Sigma Kappa. Recording Secretary, House Chairman, Anivltks Chairman, 1SAB, Pan- hel. Philanthropy Chairman: Newman Club, Se. retard C-um il; HATCHET, Junior Staff, Senior Staff: POTOMAC; Student Handbook Staff: Cultural Foun- dation: Drama Product ion Crew; Fall Con- cert: Russian Cluh; IMighm Council, SUNDBl RG, CARLYN Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Messiah Churn ; Troubadours; Zeta Tau Alpha, Standard? Chairman. Vice Presi- dent; Ennsinian Debate Society; Della Sigma Rho: Rig Si-; Strong Kail Coun- cil: Cheerleader, Captain; Homecoming Queen Finalist; Mortarboard; Colonial B .u?ter?; Tassels; Holiday Season Chair- SUSS. MAN, FREDA RUTH Wa l.i 1 isl..n. P C- Edu alimi. Alpha Tln-ta Nu; Tlilld; Tassels; Dance PhnIui-Iiuo; Scholarship; Big Sis; SNEA; POTOMAC, SWEENY, GLENDA Arlington, Virginia Physical Education. Alpha Delta pi T U -cording Secretary; JS (3. Selndarship Chairman; WAA; Luth- eran St n dm l A--- ialjuii. SWAN, SUSAN LOUISE Barrington, IHonlr rdand Public Affairs. Dr-lta ia. ' I rea-urr-r, Panhel Di-b gatc; HATCH I j . TAN EN BAUM, ELAINE PAULA Waibiiiciou, D, C, Ediiraimn-English, Alpha Faud-da D- Ini, President. Vice Pft?id ni, Smii.r Advisor; Fhi Sigma Sig- ma, Vice IV ?kl nt : Tassels; Delphi; Pi Theta; Jtig Si?; Career Confer- ence; Mortar Board, Secretary l Dr-.uCs 1-isi ; Vlpha Theta Nu TARLOW, TO IH ANNE Pea b hi I y , I a sac 1 1 U ?e L t FI ri limitary Education. Ho “sr 1 1 Sage College, GWH; Hancock Cuunvil, TAU BIN. JOEL M ARTIN Brilev Mb-, New J r-r-cy Znnb.gy. l a u L p i ] oi Phi : Hi-|]cl; Aesctilapian, Pre-idcni, Secretary; Uld Men; Colunial Cmke; FinanOn; Anatomy Lab fn?truc- T HO MAS, ARTHUR JOSEPH Newport, Rbr,de Ihland Pre- Medicine. D ari ' ? List; Durm President; Rifle Club. THOMAS, E. A., JR. Washington, D. C, i-nj-m- ' .nuiNifi L- [rax i on. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice President, Publicity Chairman; JFC, Bn-h Chairman Alumni Chairman; fFC, Ru?h Chairman S -ial Cl.airmau; CHtKRY TREE; Old M " n ; Gate and Kcv. THOMPSON, ANN W. Alexandria, Virginia Inti rnalioual Affairs Zita Tau Alpha. Vfcc Prcsid-tii. Hkto- nan B. h Chairman; Rig Sis; Tas ls; Alpha Mora .Y„; Delphi; Mml-rn Dance Group?; International Relation Club. TUPLING, EDWARD WILLIAM American BOTC; Cnw dali on ; Film Thoughts and Civilization. : POTOMAC; Cultural Foun- Society STEEL EL. JEROME H. Stiver Spring, Maryland FI ctrkul Engineering. Theta Tau. Corresponding Secretary; Vie r in hi-titute of Llectrka] Cnginteri; Jra-titiilc of Radio Engiaccfi. TURETZKY, ALAN MICHAEL Bronx. A w- York Zunlogv. Alpha Ep-ikn Pi Float Chairman; Old M-n; lloni coming, Rrochure Chairman; Young Demo rat?. Charter Member. UNGER, ANDREW New York, New York History, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chaplain; H,Ul: Co- lumn Hall Council; Student Directory A l- vertkiiig Committee; Freshman Orientation URIBE, JORGE ALBERTO E. Medellin, Colombia, South America Club Espanol, Virc President; Interna- tional Students Society, president; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Order of Scarlet; Foreign Students Service Council Representative; Dean ' s List. VAN DOR PE, DOUGLAS A. Arlington, Virginia Chemistry. S-gma Alpha Epsilon. Chaplain; Air Force A?sm ialion ; Vnodd Air SuiTetv ; Alpha Xj Sigma; Delta Mu Alpha. WALCOFF, PHILIP U ' a?hinglun T D, € Electrical Engineering. Phi Sigma Delta, Vice President; AlEE- HiE; Engineer ' s Council. Engineer ' s Day Chair man W EINSTEIN, SUZANNE Miami, Florida Speech Therapy, Phi Sigma Sigma, Pledge Treasurer, Pledge Trainer ; Delphi; Panhdlcnie, Pub- lii itv Chairman; Sigma Alpha Eta, WENG LOWSKYJ , BOHD AN Miami, Florida International Affair? Sigma Chi: Rd Men; Russian Club; AFUOTC, Administrative Officer; Arnold Air Society. WHITNEY, JAMES R Falls Church, Virginia Business Ad ministration . Student L ' nion Manager; Crew; Sigma Nu, Treasure r. Athletic Chairman, Pledge Trainer, House Manager, Steward; Old Mm ; Gate and Key; Rand; Messiah Clin. riiK ; Spanish Cluh. WILLIAMSON, SCOTT F Heihesda. Maryland Physics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Vice President , Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer; J I -m nulling . Co-Chairman, Comptroller ; Student Handbook Business Manager; CHERRY TREE; Colonial Cruise; Order of Searb-t, Board of Governors President; Gate and Key, WILLIAMS, WAYNE C. Clarke Sum toil, Pennsylvania Zoology. WILLINGHAM, ALLAN K. Washington D. C, At ud ug v . 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