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The George S ashington l mvcrsity Library Special Collections Division DOES HOT CIRCULATE A100DS 7LQ175 K,YaSE RETURN Tfc Office of Pu Re ' ations .v , eHtfs Q $ r NOBIS O 1 82 THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 1 966 CHERRY TREE 2 tp c KATHY FRITZINGER, EDITOR STEVE GARFINKEL. ASSOCIATE EDITOR MIKE ENZI. BUSINESS MANAGER - ’ V £-C, LD W7 .C5 The Jefferson Memorial 3 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration page 1 0 Seniors page 20 Organizations page 58 Queens page 1 22 Fraternities page 1 36 Sororities page 1 80 Sports page 1 90 Looking Back page 2 1 4 Advertising i Autumn page 256 5 6 Centered in the Nation ' s Capital, the University Community Is Offered Opportunities to Hold Homecoming in D.C. Stadium . . . GW Scores the Winning Touchdown 7 8 . . . To Go Boating on the Potomac, to Relax in the University Yard, or to Do a Myriad of Other Things Made Possible by the Location. The University Yard 9 10 ADMINISTRATION Section edited by Barbara WHImarth I! PRESIDENT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 12 JOHN ANTHONY BROWN, JR. Vice President and Dean of Faculties A.B., Temple University; M.A., University of Chicago; LL.D., Westminster College; L.H.D., Ursinus College, HENRY WILLIAM HERZOG Vice President and Treasurer B.S., George Washington University. 13 CALVIN D. LINTON Dean of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences A.B., George Washington University; M.A., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University JOHN PARKS Dean of the Medical School A.B„ M.S., i LD„ University of Wisconsin. 14 HAROLD FREDERICK BRIGHT Acting Dean of the School of Government, Business, and International Affairs B.A., Lake Forest College; M.S., University of Rochester; Ph.D., University of Texas. ROBERT KRAMER Dean of the Law School All, LL.R, Harvard University - 15 JOHN FRANCIS LATIMER University Marshal; Director of Foreign Students B,A +1 Mississippi College; M.A., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Yale University; Litt.D,, Mississippi College. ELMER LOUIS KAYSER University Historian A.IL M.A., George Washington University; Ph.D , Columbia University; LL.D , George Washington University. 16 PAUL VERNON BISSELL Dean of Men A.fL, Northeastern Missouri State Teachers’ College ; M.A., University of Missouri; Ph.D,, University of Iowa. VIRGINIA RANDOLPH KIRKRRTDE Dean of Women A.IL M.A,» University of Nebraska; Ed.U, George Washington University. 17 MARTIN ALEXANDER MASON Dean of the School of Engineering B.S., George Washington University; Ing. Dr , University of Grenoble, France. CHARLES WILLIAM COLE Dean of the Summer Sessions A.B., M.A., Ph.D., George Washington University. m 3 « 5 - 18 nn FRANCIS NEWELL HAMBLIN Dean of the School of Education A.B., Amherst College; Ed.M., Ed.D., Harvard University JOHN CAGE ALLEE, ]R, Dean of the Division of University Students 19 I 20 4 SENIORS Section edited by Arlene Graner Senior biographies b Annabel McCauley 21 First Row : RICHARD BENDER ABELL. Pennsylvania. Interna- tiona] Affairs. Calhoun Hall: social chr., pres.; Urban Service Corps; ISS; Intercollegiate Poverty Conference; Student Com- mittee for the Emergency Relief of Eastern Kentucky: chr,; Order of Scarlet; Parents Weekend: co-chr,; SBG: Exec. Council; Young Republicans: Special Activi- ties chr., second vice-pres,, Exec, vice-pres.; Libertarian Society, sec.-treas.; Professor Evaluation Survey; Stu- dent Committee for the Defense of Viet Nam, Exec. Comm.; Opera Society; Episcopalian Club, GLENDA 10 AN ABBOTT. New Jersey. Speech Thera- py- Delphi; Cherry Tree; Sigma Delta Tau: vice-pres, pledge class, social chr., recording sec., corresponding sec.: Welcome Week Hostess; Big Sis; Sigma Alpha Eta : treas. CLAIRE C. ADAMS. California. Anthropology, ISS; People to -People ; El Club Espanol: vice-pres,; Dorm Council: Madison, WRH CT’-pres.) ; Art Club; LE AP; Tassels: treas,; Anthropology Club. KATHERINE TAYLOR ADAMS. New York. History. Alpha Delta Pi: reporter, historian, scholarship chr.; Episcopalian Club: Riding Club. of Management; Transfer from Birmingham Southern College. Second Row: JULIE ALDERSON. Maryland, Elementary Education. Transfer from LIniv. of Maryland at Munich. DIANNE ALEXANDER. Massachusetts. International Affairs. Zeta Tau Alpha: pledge trainer, pres.; Big Sis: second vice-pres,, pres,; Delphi: vice-pres,; Mortar Board: treas.; Tassels; Lifeline; Dorm Council: treas.; Jr. Advisor; Pa nhellenic Council; Student Center Comm,; WAA: awards chr,, pres.; Holiday Season: co-ehr.; Outstanding Sophomore Woman; Hatchet; Student Life Comm.: Welcome Week; WRH: Steering Comm.; Who’s Who, PATRICIA ANN ALOI, New York. Elementary Edu- cation. Transfer from Georgetown Visitation Jr. College, ANDREA ARNTSEN. Virginia. Political Science, Alpha Theta Nu; Big Sis; Lifeline; Delphi; Eugene Agnes E. Meyer Scholarship; Sigma Kappa: pres,, vice- pres., scholarship chr,; Transfer from Gettysburg Col- lege. SUSANNE ALBRIGHT. Virginia. Business Administra- tion, Orchestra; French Club: Pep Band: Soc. Advancement BARBARA BONNYCASTLE BABCOCK, Kentucky. Medical Technology. Pi Beta Phi: program chr,; Young Democrats; Urban Service Corps. 22 First Row: ALAN BAKER. Virginia. Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. JEAN DORIS BAKER, New Jersey, Secondary Educa- tion (French), Phi Sigma Sigma: pledge treas., philan, chr.; Madison Hall: sec.; Big Sis; Transfer from Univ. of Wisconsin. Second Rotv : SUSAN ELAINE BAKER. Washington, D.C Psychol- ogy. Aesculapian Society; Psi Chi; Young Democrats; Deanes List. PHYLLIS E. BANK. Maryland. Elementary Education. Delta Tau Delta Queen, Third Row: MARGARET M. BARBA, Massachusetts, American Thought and Civilization. Dorm Council; Newman Club. FREDERICK W. BARKOW, JR. Nevada. History. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: warden; I5S. Fourth Row: JUDIE BAUER. Maryland. Psychology. Tassels; Messiah Chorus; Delphi; Fall Concert Comm.; Phi Sigma Sigma: rec. sec., pledge mistress; 1SAB; Ilillel; Big Sis. ROBERTA LOIS BAYANE. New Jersey. Elementary Education. Sigma Delta Tau: pres., treas., house chr.: Student Council; Cherry Tree: organizations editor; Crawford Hall: pres,; Strong Hal II: treas.; Delphi; Tassels; SNEA; Hiliel; Homework Hall; Junior Village Volun- teer; WRH: Steering Comm,; Who’s Who. So they’ve finally broken ground for the new Student Center! 23 First Row: NICHOLAS G. BAZAN JR. New Jersey. Economics, IFC: pres.; Phi Sigma Kappa: vice -pres.; Student Council Activities Director; Dorm Council; Student Life Comm. ; Outstanding Intramural Athlete; Out- standing IFC Delegate; Who’s Who; PM Sigma Tau; Gate and Key; Order of Scarlet; Hatchet : asst. bus. mgr.; Ugly Man: ISS; Old Men. WALTER BECHTOLD. New York. Economics, Sigma Phi Epsilon: comptroller, house mgr.; Old Men: treas.; Intramurals; IFC Rush Newspaper. Second Row: WILLIAM BECHTOLD. New York. Zoology. Sigma Phi Epsilon: vice-pres. ; Gate and Key; Newman Club. NANCY BENSON. Massachusetts. American Thought and Civilization. Third Roiv: BRUCE BEREANO. New York. Public Affairs. Chorus; Troubadours; Order of Scarlet; Gate and Key; IFC: soc. chr.; Young Democrats: pres.; JFK Library drive: chr.; Fall Concert: publicity chr.; Old Men; ■ v Is this where I try out for the Colonials? 24 LINDA BLACK. Maryland. Admissions Guide; Who’s Who. ARLENE M. BERGER. Delaware. Art Education. Colonial Cruise: publicity chr,; Madison Hall Council; WRH (“E” publicity chr.); Big Sis; Lifeline; Young Democrats; SNEA; Transfer from Univ. of Delaware. First Row: HARRIET B. BERKOWITZ. Maryland. Chemistry. Dorm Council; Hiliel; Big Sis; Orientation Week Comm,; People- 1 o-People ; ISS. JUDITH ANN BEVIS. Illinois. International Affairs. Transfer from Univ. of Connecticut; Univ. of Grenoble. Second Row: CINDY BLIVEN. New Jersey. Zoolog). DALE KENNETH BLOCK. Maryland. Zoology . Fall Drama; Old Men; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Campus Comho; Aesculapian Society. DIANA BLODGETT, Washington, D. C. International Affairs. Alumni Scholar; Tassels: Jr. Advisor; Dean’s List: ISS. ROBIN LYNN BIRDS ALL, California. History. Chi Omega: asst, activities chr.; Women’s Rifle Team; Synchronized Swimming; Big Sis; Transfer from Amer- ican College in Paris. RICHARD HOWARD BLUM. New Jersey, American Thought and Civilization. Transfer from Syracuse Univ. BETTY JEAN BISSELL, Virginia. Elementary Educa- tion. Christian Science Organization: sec., lecture chr.; SNEA: Transfer from Penn. State. RONNIE BLUMENTHAL. New Jersey. Political Sci- ence. Dorm Council: viee-pres,, sec.; Co-ordinating Council: sec,; Hatchet; Hiliel; Tennis Club; Young Democrats; Political Affairs Soc. 25 A hard day’s night. First Row : DENNIS PAUL BOGDAN. Pennsylvania. Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma. CHARLES N. BGOKOFF. Maryland. Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Pi: IFC delegate, treas.; Intramurals; Order of Scarlet; Gate and Key; High School Scholar; Fall Concert: comptroller; Campus Comho, JANET FAYE BORKEY. Washington, D. C. Biology. Alpha Theta Nu; Aesculapian Soc. ; Big Sis; Tassels. PATRICIA R. BOWERMAN, Virginia. Elementary Ed- ucation. ISS; Hatchet; Big Sis; Eugene Agnes E. Meyer Scholarship; Education Council; Pi Lambda Theta; SNEA: treas.; Lifeline Comm. LAWRENCE C. BROAD WELL. Missouri, International Affairs. German Embassy Book Award; German Club; Delta Phi Epsilon; Order of Scarlet: Alpha Theta Nu: vice- pres.; General Motors Scholarship; Brawner Foundation Scholarship; Old Men; Student Council: Student Union Board chr.; Poverty Conference: press liaison; Omicron Delta Kappa: pres.; Wrestling Club: pres, and founder; Outstanding Intramural Wrestler; Hatchet: sports edi- tor; UCF: Steering Comm, chr,; Platoon Leaders Class, USMC Reserve Commission: Who ' s Who. Second Row: DIANA BROWN. Maryland. Elementary Education. SNEA ; Newman Club ; Delta Sigma Theta. 26 JEAN L, BROWN, Michigan. American Thought and Civilization, Urban Service Corps; Big Sis; Welcome Week; LE AP; UCF: chr.; WRH: Scholarship Advisor, SUSAN P. BROWN, New York, Elementary Education, 5NEA; Delphi; Phi Sigma Sigma: vice-pres, DIANE BRUCE, Pennsylvania. Political Science, PAMELA LOUISE BUCHANAN. Maryland, French. Kappa Alpha Theta. First Row, pnge 27: ALAN BUCHNER. New York. Sociology. Golf Team; Tan Epsilon Phi: social chr.; IFC. NANCY BURNS. Washington, D. C. Latin American Civilization, Transfer from Hamline Univ., Omaha Univ, JUDITH ANN BUSHEY. Massachusetts. Political Sci- ence. ISS; People-to-PeopIe; Transfer from Bates College. JUDY RAE CALHOUN. Elementary Education. SNEA: Fred. Council school counsellor; DUSA Schol- arship; DAR Scholarship; Transfer from Drew Univ., Old Dominion College. BRUCE IVES CHADWICK. Connecticut. History. Hatchet; WRGW, Second Row: PAUL WILLIAM CHEMNICK. Arizona, Public Af- fairs. Omicron Delta Kappa: sec.; Enosinian Society; Delta Sigma Rho; Tau Kappa Alpha; Order of Scarlet: treas. ; Professor Evaluation Comm.: chr.; Adams Hall: sec,; Episcopalian Club: pres.; Who’s Who, JOHN L. CHEW, JR. Virginia. Sociology. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: asst, pledge trainer; Homecom- ing Comm.; Campus Combo. JOHN C, CHRISTIE, Virginia. Electrical Engineering. Sigma Nu: Old Men; Alpha Lambda Theta: IEEE. ROBERTA ARNQVE. Illinois. Political Science, Big Sis; Welcome Week Hostess; Alpha Epsilon Phi: house chr.. rush chr.; Spring Concert Comm,: sec.; May Day Follies: publicity; Homecoming Comm.: sec.: Dorm Council: program chr.; Transfer from Univ. of Wisconsin. HELEN C, CLARK. Washington, D.C, Elementary Edu- cation. Kappa Delta: sec., membership chr.. parliamentarian; ISAB; Mortar Board: Delphi: pres,; WRH: publicity chr,; Cherry Tree: Looking Back Editor; Messiah Chorus: Who’s Who. 27 First Row: KATHIE JEAN CLEMENTS, New York, International Affairs, Kappa Alpha Theta: sec,; French Club; WRH: sec, JERROLD H. COHEN, Washington, D.C. Psychology, Old Men; National Science Foundation Research Award; Student Council Publicity Comm.: asst, chr. Second Row: JANE F. COLEMAN. Virginia, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha: sec, 3 house chr,, ritual chr,; Alpha Theta Nu; Trustee Scholarship; Newman Club; WAA; ISAB: pres,; Big Sis; Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, JAN MARIE COLETTI, New York, International Af- fairs. Chi Omega: pres,, rush chr.; Delphi: sec,; Lifeline Project; Big Sis; transfer from Univ, of Maine; Who’s Who, Third Row: CECILE A. COLQUHOUN. Virginia, French. Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi Beta Kappa, On the spot coverage. 28 LAURA 1. COLVIN. New jersey. Mathematics. Kappa Kappa Gamma: social chr., rooms chr., scholar- ship chr.; Dorm Council; WAA; Tassels: projects chr.; Math Honorary; Mech Miss; Cheer leader; Troubadors; Big Sis: viee-pres., publicity chr.; Who’s Who. Fourth Row: MONSITA ELAINE CORREA. Washington, D.C. Eng- lish Literature. MARY COVEN. Washington, D. C. Philosophy. First Roiv , page 29 : BARRINGTON COX. Virginia. Mechanical Engineer- ing. Phi Sigma Kappa; Sigma Tau; A3ME; Young Repub- licans; Old Men; Henry H. Carter Scholarship; Fred- erick and Alma Hand Britten Scholarship. JUDY CYMBERG. New Jersey. American Thought and Civilization, Phi Sigma Sigma; University Players; Dance Produc- tion; Big Sis; Lifeline Project. ALAN DARKE. New Jersey. Foreign Affairs. Delta Tau Delta, MARY ELLEN DAVIS, New York. Political Science. SUSAN V, DAVIS, Maryland. International Affairs. Transfer from Boston Univ, Second Row: GAIL DENNIS. Virginia. Art History and Theory. Chi Omega; Big Sis; transfer from Carnegie Institute of Technology. DIANE DETWILER. Washington, D. C. Art History. Kappa Alpha Theta: pledge scholarship chr., standards, marshall, corr, sec., rush chr.; Big Sis; Delphi; Home- coming Comm.: publicity: Booster Board; Cheerleader; Career Conference: Homecoming Queen Court. LAURIE DIERCKS. Minnesota. Psychology. Kappa Alpha Theta: asst, social chr.; Young Repub- licans; transfer from Sulims Jr, College, CHARLOTTE DINTENFASS. New York. Education, RICHARD DUKE DRESSNER. New York. History. Delta Phi Epsilon: pres.; Inaugural Concert: chr.; Or der of Scarlet: vice-pres.; Old Men; Dorm Council; Crawford Hall Asst, Resident Director. 29 First Row: PATRICIA KAY DRYDEN. Kentucky. Political Sci- ence, Kappa Kappa Gamma: pres,, pledge trainer; Big Sis: membership co-chr., sec, -treas. ; Crawford Hall Council; Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delphi; Who’s Who. ALAN DURICK. Virginia, Business Administration. MATT EBNER. Maryland, Chemistry. Kappa Sigma: ritualist; Young Republicans; Alpha Chi Sigma; Caving Club: co-founder STEPHANIE ENGEL. New York. Speech Therapy. Alpha Epsilon Phi: vice-pres., historian; ISAB: vice- pres. ; Sigma Alpha Eta; Student Union Board; Dorm Council, DALE S, ENGLISH, Virginia. Sociology, Chi Omega; transfer from Sullins Jr, College. MICHAEL B, ENZI, Wyoming. Accounting. Sigma Chi: treas.; Adams HaU: social chr.; Alpha Kappa Psi: pres,, vice-pres.; Order of Scarlet: sec.; Cherry Tree: Business Mgr,; Yell Leader; Who’s Who. STUART L. EDWARDS. Virginia, Psychology, Calhoun Hall : treas. CATHERINE EKERT. Washington, D.C, Psychology. Alpha Delta Pi: pres., scholarship chr,; Episcopalian Club: sec.; Young Democrats; University Chorus; Psi Chi; Delphi, Second Row: RONALD EDWARD ELBERGER, New Jersey. History, Phi Sigma Delta; ROTC; Pershing Rifles: Supply Of- ficer; Crew; Judo Club: founder, director, instructor; May Day Follies; Urban Service Corps; Speech Intra- murals: 1st place. ELFRIEDE LOUISA ERB. New Jersey, Sociology. First Row , page 31 : SONDRA ESKOW. New York. Elementary Education. Transfer from Univ. of Bridgeport. A. HUD A FAROUKL Jordan. Electrical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa: pres., vice-pres., inductor, outstand- ing scholar, outstanding active; IEEE: vice chr.; Stu- dent Council: asst, advocate; Engineers Council; Gale and Key: treas.; ISS. MIRIAM FIEDLER, Florida. Elementary Education. Transfer from Univ, of Miami; SNEA, SUSAN FISHER, New Mexico. Political Science, Alpha Delta Pi; Mortar Board: vice-pres,; Alpha Lamb- da Delta; Dorm Council: vice-pres.; People to People; 30 transfer from Southern Methodist Univ. DEBORAH ANN FLORMAN. New York. Sociology. Phi Sigma Sigma: house ehr. ; Dorm Council; Young Democrats; Madison Hall: vice-pres.; transfer from Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Second Raiv: SARA FRAMPTON. California. Psychology. Pi Beta Phi: sec.: Big Sis: Cherry Tree. RITA FORMAN FRANK. Washington, D.C. English. Alpha Epsilon Phi: Tassels; Phi Beta Kappa. MICHAEL P. FRANKHOUSER. Virginia, Speech. AFROTC; Arnold Air Society: info, officer, cmdr., outstanding member ’64; Bowling Club and team; WRGW: sports director; Young Republicans. JOHN G. FRANKLIN JR. Washington, D.C. Political Science. Episcopalian Club: Young Republicans; AFROTC; Ar- nold Air Society. MARSHA FREEDMAN, New Jersey. Psychology. Young Democrats: sec., elections comm, membership chr.; Chorus; Hatchet ; library comm, co-council; Hill- el ; Psych, student asst. 31 First Row; JOHN W. FRIDLINGTON. New Jersey. Economics. Sigma Chi; Student Co-Program director; Order of Scarlet: Old Men; Alpha Kappa Psi: ritual chr.: Hatchet ; Who’s W 7 ho, MILTON G. FRIEDMAN. Florida. Accounting. Transfer from Dean Jr. College. Second Row: KATHERINE FRITZINGER. Virginia. American Thought and Civilization. Kappa Delta; Alpha Theta Nu; Hatchet; Cherry Tree: editor-in-chief, assoc, editor organizations editor; Mor- tar Board; Pi Delta Epsilon: pres.; Big Sis: corres. sec.; Who’s W T ho. LES GARDEN. New York. International Affairs. Tau Epsilon Phi: asst, pledge-master; IFC; Delta Phi Epsilon: Political Affairs Society; transfer from Queens College. Third Row : JANE M. GARDNER. Virginia. Art History and The- ory, Chi Omega; Art Club; transfer from Howard College, CAROL GERSHENSON. Maryland. Political Science. Transfer from Univ. of Rochester. First Roiv: JOSEPH GHADIR. Iran. Electrical Engineering. Man, what a coffee hour ! 32 Theta Tau: soc. chr ; ISS; IEEE; transfer from Univ. ence. of Maryland Young Republicans: German Club; intramurals. BARBARA JOAN GILBERT. New York. Sp eech Ther- apy Alpha Epsilon Phi; Sigma Alpha Eta; Hillel; Univer- sity Players; Tassels; Big Sis; Booster Board: constitu- tion chr. RICHARD GOLDSTEIN Washington, D. C. American Thought and Civilization. EDWARD “SKIP” GNEHM. Georgia International Af- fairs. Student Body President; Freshman Director; Omicron Delta Kappa: Order of Scarlet: sec.; Sigma Chi: treas., vice-pres., editor; Baptist Student Union: pres ; -Delta Phi Epsilon: pres.; Alpha Theta Nu; Alumni Scholar; Yell leader; Student Life Comm,; Adams Hall Council; ISS; Who ' s Who MARSHA LEE GOLDEN. New Jersey. Sociology. Dorm council; transfer from Michigan State Univ, EILEEN HARKAVY GOLDFINGER New Jersey Ele- mentary Education. SNEA; WA-SAMA; Hillel. Second Row: RICHARD I. GOLDSAND. New York. Political Sci- CESAR CHARLES GONZMART. Florida Latin Amer- ican Civilization Phi Sigma Kappa: sentinel; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Judo Club; Old Men; ISS; May Day Follies: chr.; Adams Hall: political discussion coordinator: An- thropology Club. HENRY L. GOOD. Pennsylvania. Accounting, Alpha Kappa Fsi; Intercollegiate football, basketball, and baseball mgr. JOHN E. GORDON, Massachusetts. Pre-med psychol- ogy. Alpha Epsilon Pi: pledge pres,. Best Athlete cultural chr., Blood Drive chr.; Cultural Foundation: chr.; Stu- dent Council: Rep, (Upper CoL) ; Gate and Key: sec.; Intramurals; Campus Combo: ' Homecoming comm ; Spring Concert comm.; Fall Concert comm,; Student- Facultv Liaison comm.: Student-Faculty Night comm.: Hatchet; Cherry Tree; Red Cross driver: Career Con- ference ; Who’s Who. 33 Pandora’s bottle- First Row: GRETCHEN GORE. Utah. Political Science. Alpha Lambda Delta; Messiah chorus; Young Repub- licans; People to People; SERVE; Peace Corps Sup- port Group; transfer from Univ. of Oregon, Univ, of Utah. IMOGENE GOTTLIEB. New York. Education. Second Row : KATHLEEN GREY. Virginia. Economics. Peace Corps Student Support Group; transfer from Univ. of North Carolina. WILLIAM A. GRIFFEL. Iowa. Economics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; vice -pres., Pledge Trainer, Intra- mural chr, ; transfer from Ellsworth Jr, College. Third Row: ELIZABETH ANNE GULLETTE. Maryland. Art His- tory and Theory, Pi Beta Phi: historian; Dorm Council; Episcopalian Club: transfer from Colorado Women’s College. JON GUNDERSEN JR. New York. International Af- fairs. Delta Tau Delta; pledge pres., sec.; Old Men; Young Republicans: publicity chr., treas,. vice-pres. ; Univer- sity Players; Hatchet; Student Council; intramurals; Adams Hall: athletic director; Delta Phi Epsilon; Peo- ple to People; Lutheran Club. Fourth Row: JANE ELLEN GUTHRIE. Connecticut. Commercial art. Kappa Kappa Gamma: 1st vice-pres.; transfer from Centenary College; Cherry Tree Queen. SHERYL PHILIPS HAGERTY. Virginia, Sociology. First Row , page 35: CAROLYN F. HALL. Virginia. Sociology. Newman Club. DANIEL S. HALL. Virginia. Political Science. Order of Scarlet; Cherry Tree: Greek ed.; Old Men; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: vice-pres.; social chr. s rush chr.; transfer from Hampden -Sydney College. ROBERT B. HAMM. Philippines. Electrical Engineer- ing. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Adams Hall Council; IEEE: Me- eheleciv : assistant editor. DIANE HANEK. New Jersey, International Affairs. SERVE; ISS: People to People: transfer from Rutgers University, LEONARD R. HAMTCHAK JR. Maryland. Philoso- phy. Phi Sigma Kappa; Philosophy Club: vice-pres.; Dance Production Group: vice-pres.. Press publicity; Unitarian Club: Wrestling Club. Second Row: VICKY HARBOUR. Washington, D. C, American Thought and Civilization. ARTHUR HARDMAN. New York. International Affairs Delta Tau Delta: social chr,; Gate and Key: social chr.; Crew ; Student Planning Commission. THOMAS E. HARRIS. Virginia. Speech. Delta Tau Delta: rush chr.; Gate and Key; Old Men: pres.; Varsity Debate Team; Enosinian Society: pres.; Delta Sigma Rho; Tau Kappa Alpha: pres.; Who’s Who, HELENE MARIE HARTMAN. New Jersey. Education. Young Democrats; University Players; Cherry Tree; transfer from St. Francis College. SHERRY HASTINGS. Florida. International Affairs. Sigma Kappa : People to People ; ISS. 35 First Row: LESLIE DIANE HIRSHON. Maine. French Young Democrats: French Club; transfer from Russell Sage College. LINDA EVE HOFMANN. Maryland. Political Science. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Jr. Panhel; Panhel. MICHAEL J, HOLLORAN. Washington, D.C. Psychol- ogy. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Football; Varsity " Base- ball; Crawford Hall: sgt.-at-arms, si advisor. JAMES J. HOOGERWERF. Michigan. International Affairs. AFROTC; SAR Award; General Dynamics Award; Ar- nold Air Society; Delta Phi Epsilon: rec. sec.; SBG. CAROL HOPPY. New York. American Thought and Civilization. Second Row : CAROLYN HUGHES HORTON. South Carolina. So- ciology. Pi Beta Phi: pledge vice-pres.; Young Republicans; Wesley Foundation; Crawford Hall Council. MARY MARTIN HOWELL. Washington, D.C. Po- litical Science. Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; ISS; High School Schol- ar; French Club; Lifeline comm.; SERVE; GWU Sum- mer in France participant. WILLIAM H. HOWELL. Alabama. Zoology. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; pres. JANE HUBBARD. Virginia. International Affairs. Cherry Tree; Hatchet; Chi Omega: house chr., person- nel chr., vice-pres.; Homecoming: decorations. MARGARET ALICENEA HUDSON. Virginia. Educa- tion. Transfer from Madison College. F irst Row ? page 37: J. BRUCE INNES JR. Pennsylvania. English Litera- ture. Kappa Sigma: sec., newsletter editor; IFC: sec., pres.; Student Life Comm.; Gate and Key; Hatchet; Young Republicans: Orientation comm.; Airlie Alumni Confer- ence; Who ? s Who. IRADJ IZADI. Iran. International Affairs. Second Row: SARA ELIZABETH JENKINS. Massachusetts. French Literature. 36 Dorm Council; transfer from Univ. of Colorado, DIANE R. JOHNSON. Maryland. Education. Mademoiselle College Board ; transfer from Univ. of Madrid and Marquette Univ. Third Row: HAROLD B, JOHNSON JR. Virginia. Physics, Transfer from Emmanuel College. GEORGE McCLELLAN JOHNSTON. Maryland. Inter- national Affairs Delta Phi Epsilon; Political Affairs Society; Young Democrats; People to People; transfer from Hagerstown Jr. College. Fourth Row: JOSEPH H. JOHNSTON. Tennessee. Political Science. Young Democrats; Calhoun Hall: vice-pres.; Crew Team ; transfer from Univ. of Tennessee. PATRICIA MARGARET JONES. Pennsylvania. His- tory. Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council: pres,, vice-pres., sec.; Jr, Panhellenic: pres.; Student Life Comm.; Mortar Board: sec.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; Boo ster Board: vice-chr,, publicity chr,; Jr. Advisor; Delphi: treas.; Hatchet ; Cherry Tree: Creek editor. Looking Back editor: Who’s Who; Phi Beta Kappa. QDK cherry tree planting ceremony. 37 First Row: Our scenic campus. PETER R, JULICHER Virginia, Business Administra- tion Delta Tau Delta: treas ; guide. BERTRAND JAY KAHN. New York. Political Science. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Adams Hall: treas.; Young Demo- crats ; Old Men. JOYCE T. KASUGA. Colorado. Music. Dance Production; Chorus; ISS; Transfer from Whit- man College. CAROL A. KETAY. New York. History. Alpha Epsilon Phi: ritualist, social chr.; Delphi, Big Sis. DIANA ELAINE KILSHEIMER. Washington, D.C. American Thought and Civilization. Student Union Board; Campus Combo; Cultural Foun- dation; Fall Concert Comm.; Homecoming CoAm. Second Row: GEORGE F. KLINK. New Jersey. International Affairs. Delta Phi Epsilon ; Newman Club. 38 JOHANN F. KLODZEN. New York. History. Dean’s list; Newman Club: treas. ; SERVE; Social Sci- ence Club: assoc, news editor. KATHRYN KONTAK. Ohio, English Literature. Transfer from Unjv. of Hawaii. FRANK RICHARD KOROWITZ. New York. Zoology. Alpha Epsilon Pi: pledgemaster; Adams Hall: sec.; Order of Scarlet; Old Men: vice-pres.; Young Demo crats; May Day Follies; Hatchet; Student Union Board; Fall Concert Comm.; Hillel; Campus Combo; Inaugu- ral Concert Comm. ; Zoo. Eio, student asst. STANLEY KRAMER. Massachusetts. History. First Row , page 39: ALAN KUTZ. New York. History. JOSEPH T. LAMOGLIA. New Jersey. International Affairs. Delta Phi Epsilon; Political Affairs Society; Newman Club. ELEANOR LANDGRABE. Virginia. Political Science. NORMAN LASALLE. Virginia. History. D elta Tau Delta; Emma Carr Scholarship; intramurals. MONTE K. LEAKE. Virginia. Art. Sigma Kappa: rush chr,. eorr. sec.; transfer from Sul- lins Jr. College. Second Row: PETER J. LEE. New York. History. Young Democrats: treas.; Fall Concert Comm.: Old Men. SUSAN JEAN LEFLER. Pennsylvania. Art History. Messiah Chorus: transfer from Centenary College. EILEEN LERNER. Pennsylvania. English Literature. Big Sis; Jr. advisor; WAA; Potomac: poetry editor; Lifeline Project. SUSAN N. LEVIE. New Jersey. Elementary Education. Tassels; SNEA, S. MICHAEL LEVIN. Massachusetts. Political Science. Student Council: Program Director; Order of Scarlet: pres.: Old Men: exec, bid.: Spring Concert: chr.; Cam- pus Combo: comptroller; Hatchet . 39 First How: DIANNE KENT. Washington, D.C, Psychology Five on Stardust in the sixth. ALAN EL LEVINE Connecticut. Public Affairs. Phi Sigma Delta: historian, scholastic chr,, house mgr,; Booster Board. Second Row : BARBARA JO LEVINE. Ohio, Political Science, Young Democrats; Hillel ; Transfer from Springfield College. JOAN 1. LIDOFF, Washington, D.C. English Literature, Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa, Third Row: REBECCA BOBBIE LIEBERMAN. Washington D,C, Psychology. Hillel: sec. STEVEN P. LIEBERMAN. New York. Philosophy. Philosophy Club; Young Democrats; Transfer from New College at Hofstra. 40 Fourth Row : KAREN ELEANOR LQCKHARDT. Pennsylvania. His tory, Russian Club; Big Sis; WRH: “D ,J program chr. RONALt) P, LOFTUS. Washington D.C. Political Sci- ence, Asst. Publicity Director; Intramurals: AFROTC; Boost- er Board ; Phi Sigma Kappa : pres. First Row page 41 : RANDALL R. LOGUE. New Jersey. Chem istry . PHIL LLJBITZ, New Jersey. Political Science, ANNABEL CEIL McCAULEY. Maryland. History, Student Council Publicity Comm,; Dance Production Groups: sec., treas. ; Messiah Chorus; Young Demo- crats; Political Affairs Society; Alpha Theta Nu; Big Sis; Cherry Tree : Sr, Index editor; Folk Music Society; German lab instructor; Cultural Foundation; Dance Concert; Howlett Scholarship; Columbian Women Scholarship, EILEEN T. McCLAY. Washington, D.C. English Litera- ture. Phi Beta Kappa. JACK MCDONALD. Zoology. Maryland. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: treas., Big Brother chr.; Gate and Key, Second Row: DOREEN McKENNA: New Jersey. Speech. Cheerleader; Delta Gamma. CAROL MANNING : Pennsylvania, Art History. Pi Beta Phi; Transfer from Pine Manor Junior College. BARBARA MANTHEY. Washington D.C. Psychology, ISS. JUDITH MARCUS. Washington D.C, Elementary Edu- cation, Sigma Delta Tau: soc. chr., treas.; Big Sis; Delphi; Pi Lambda Theta; Hatchet; Student Union Brd.; SNEA; Transfer from Pennsylvania State University. CAROL B, MARGOLIS. New York, Political Science. Dorm Council.; Big Sis; Phi Sigma Sigma: goat show chr., asst, pledge mistress; Hillel; Welcome Week host- ess: orientation co-chr. 41 First Row: BARBARA ANN MARK. Washington D.C. American Thought and Civilization, Newman Club; SERVE, JOHN L MATIAS. Washington D,C, History, SUSAN MATHEWS. New Jersey. Kappa Delta. PHYLLIS K. MENSH. Washington, D,C. DIANE MARGARET MESSA, Massachusetts, French Literature. Le Cercle Francais; ISS; UCF, Second Row: ROBERT EARL MEYER. Wisconsin. Languages and Literature. Transfer from Wagner College, BARBARA JEAN MILLER. Washington D.C. Educa- tion — English, Tassels; Zeta Tau Alpha: sec., vice-pres,, pledge pres,; Trustee Scholarship; Homecoming Comm, Indoor plumbing at last! FRANK MILLER. New York. Business Administration. BONNIE MOGELEVER. Maryland. History. Hillel: literary editor. PENNY EILEEN MILLER. Maryland, Sociology. Sigma Delta Tau; Big Sis; Hillel; WRGW; Transfer from Syracuse University. DEBORAH MILNER. Massachusetts American Thought and Civilization. Devons Hall RA; Junior Advisor; SERVE; Young Democrats; Dorm Council. First Row , page 43: ARTHUR MINTZ. New York. Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi: pledge social chr.; Campus Combo: chr ; Alpha Epsilon Pi: treas,; Inaugural Concert: comp- troller; Society for Advancement of Management; IFC: social chr.; Young Democrats Second Row: JANICE LEE MOLNAR. New Jersey. Spanish Language and Literature. JANICE MOOERS. Maryland. International Affairs. Kappa Delta; Panhel; Dorm Council; Young Demo- crats; Big Sis. BARBARA A MOON. Pennsylvania Art. SNEA; Art Glut; Transfer from Mary Washington College. NAB1T M1RHISH Saudi Arabia. Business Administra- tion — Finance. ISS: Soccer; Transfer from Hanover College MARY MODDERNO. Maryland Psychology. HELEN MARIE MOGCK. California. Sociology. Newman Club; SERVE: Transfer from California State. JAMIE MOORE Kentucky. Secondary Education. Messiah Chorus; Madison Hall Council: Jr. Panhel: Rig Sis; Panhel Social chr.; Parents ' Weekend comm.; Junior Advisor; Student Planning Commission; Kappa Kappa Gamma: pledge trainer; SNEA. MARTHA MORRIS, Maryland. Art History. Chi Omega: pledge sec., activities chr.: Play produc- tion: scenery : Young Democrats. 43 First Row: DENNIS MOSHER. Virginia. Anthropology. Homecoming Comm.; Holiday Season Comm.; Student Union Board; Old Men; Hatchet ; Young Republicans; Sigma Chi: sec., social chr,, house mgr,, sing chr. MARY ELLEN MULKERIN. Massachusetts. Art His- tory, Kappa Kappa Gamma: membership chr., pledge pres.; Big Sis; Newman Club; Young Democrats; Transfer from College of New Rochelle, DIANE P. MURPHY. New York. Elementary Education. Big Sis; SERVE; SNEA; Parents’ Weekend; Chi Omega: social chr,, civic chr.; Transfer from Lasell Jr, College. ROBERT F. MURPHY, JR. Massachusetts. History, Kappa Sigma; Young Democrats; Newman Club; Intra murals; Hatchet; ISS. JOYCE F. NAIDECH, New York. Sociology. Booster Board; Student Union Board; Homecoming Comm.; Hillel; Fall Concert Comm,; Spring Concert Comm. Second Row: IN A GAIL NATH ANSON. Maryland. Medical Tech- nology. Alpha Epsilon Phi: treas.; Delphi; Russian Club; Big Sis; Welcome Week Hostess; Tassels: treas.; Lifeline. JACQUELINE D. NATANSON. New York. French Literature. WRH (“F -sec.) ; Young Democrats; Phi Sigma Sigma; SERVE. MICHAEL J, NELLIGAN. Maryland. Economics, Transfer from Prince Georges Community College. ELEANOR J. NEWHOUSE, Texas. Zoology. Messiah Chorus; Aesculapian Society; Big Sis; HaicheL MARILYN JUDITH NORRIS. Washington D.C. Jour- nalism, Mortar Board: editor; Big Sis; Hatchet: feature editor; Alpha Lambda Delta: pres,; Tassels; Alpha Theta Nu; Colortone Press Scholarship; Trustee High School Schol- arship. First Row 3 page 45: BRIAN JOHN O’DWYER. New York. Spanish-Amerb can Literature. Newman Gub; ISS; SNEA; LE AP; Univ. Forum; Messiah Chorus; Student member-at-large; planning commission ; Folk Music Society ; El Club Espanol ; Young Democrats: 1st vice-pres, 2nd vice-pres., sgt.- at-arms; DC Young Democrats; National YD Conven- tion; College Young Democrats: asst.; Kappa Sigma: pledge pres., sing chr. ? pledge trainer, Grand Procu- rator. grand master of ceremonies; WRGW; Registration Investigation Comm,: chr.; Advisory comm, to Troop 48 BSA: chr, VIRGINIA L. OGDEN. Maryland. Elementary Educa- tion, SNEA; Dance Production Groups; Urban Service Corps; Frederick County School counselor; Playschool tele- vision — 9; Transfer from Univ. of Maryland. 44 Second Row: MADELINE JANE OIDICK. Maryland. Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi: scholarship chr., corn sec,, philan- thropy chr,; Phi Lambda Theta; Tassels: Big Sis; SNEA ; Lifetime Comm, WILLIAM E. OLEWILER. Virginia Political Science Anthropology Club: vice-pres.; SNEA; Phi Eta Sigma, Third Row: DEBORAH ORR. California History. Tassels; Junior Advisor; French Club: Spanish Club; Delta Gamma: treas. WARREN PALITZ, New York History Alpha Epsilon Pi: Lieut. Master; Cultural Foundation; Dorm Council : vice-pres. Fourth Row: EDWARD PANGELINAN. History. SUSAN PARK. Virginia International Affairs. Chi Omega: Treas,; Student Council Publicity Comm ; Booster Board Publicity Chr.; Delphi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; Big Sis: Cherry Tree: Greek Editor; Alpha Theta Nu. The fraternities ' best: Cate and Key. 45 First Row: JAMES M. PAULSON. Washington. Political Science. Tennis; Enosinian Society; Delta Sigma Rho; Tau Kappa Alpha; Order of Scarlet; Kappa Sigma; Young Democrats. PETER R. PAZZAGLINI. New York. History. University Players: Pres.; Order of Scarlet: Pres.; Dance Production Groups: Pres.; Omicron Delta Kap- pa: vice-pres. ; Student Council: Publicity Director; President ' s Comm, on Performing Arts; Cultural Foun- dation: Chr. ; Cherry Tree: Administration Editor; Outstanding Sophomore Man; Young Republicans; Phi Eta Sigma: Treas. ; Alpha Theta Nu; Old Man; Fall Musical; Charles Clinton Swischer Award; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Intramural Speech: 1st place; Dean ' s List; Who’s Who ; Phi Beta Kappa. Second Row: TINA PEDERSEN. Virginia. Secondary Education. Crawford Hall Council; Chi Omega: Activities Chr., Social Chr., Historian; Newman Club; SNEA. 46 MARTY PERLOWYCH. New Jersey. International Af- fairs. Young Republicans; Activities Chr.; Hancock and Craw- ford Ha!! Councils; Political Affairs Society; Newman Club. Rent-a-picket : part-time employment. First Row: BEATRICE ANNA PIERCE. Washington, D.C. An- thropology. Anthropology Club; French Club; Tassels; ISS; Alpha Theta Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. LESLIE A. PLATT. New York. Political Science. Adams Hall: pres.: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Dean’s List: Order of Scarlet; WRGW; Young Democrats; Mil lei : People-to-People; Enosintan Debate Society; Delta Phi Epsilon; Urban Service Corps; Delegate to National Citizenship Conference; Who’s Who. Dorm Council; Madison Hall Newspaper; Delta Gamma: Social Chr. ? Rec. Sec., 1st vice-president. Second Row: JAMES S. PRINGLE. Pennsylvania. Sociology . Calhoun Hall: Pres.; Young Republicans; Cave Dwel- lers; Fall Musical; Urban Service Corps. MARJORIE RADIN. New York. History. ROBERT M. POLLOCK, JR. Massachusetts. Public Af- fairs. Holiday Season: Publicity Chr.; Food and Toy Drive Chr.; Hatchet: Headlines Editor; Sigma Chi: vice- pres.; Alumni Relations Chr.; Old Men; Who’s Who. PATRICIA RANARD. Washington, D.C. English. Transfer from Bryn Mawr College; Potomac , SHEILA POTTS. Maryland. Speech. Sigma Delta Tau; Apple Blossom Festival Delegate; Rig Sis: Co-membership Chr.; Sigma Alpha Eta: pres. DIANE RANDOLPH. New Jersey. French. SANDRA PRIESTMAN. Massachusetts. Sociology. Fall Concert Comm.; Student Council Publicity Comm,; THOMAS A. RAYE. Connecticut. History. Sigma Nu: Historian; IFC; May Day Follies; Young Republicans, 47 First Row: BARBARA E. RESNICK. New York. Education. Fairleigh Dickinson University ; Dorm Council. MIGUEL A. AUED. Panama. Electrical Engineering. IEEE; Transfer from Canal Zone Jr. College. Second Row: PHYLLIS RICHMOND. Virginia. Design (Fine Arts). Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University. GEORGE E. RIDLER. Texas. Chemistry. Transfer from Rutgers University. Third Roiv ; GERALDINE L, ROE. Virginia. Political Science. Newman Club; Young Democrats. ROGER ELLIS ROSENBERG. Virginia. Public Affairs. JV Football; Rifle Team; AFROTC: Cmdr.; Distin- guished Cadet; Pershing Rifles; Cmdr., Liaison Of- ficer; Arnold Air Society: Chaplain. d — v t Fourth Row: SUSAN RUBEL. Virginia. Biology. Big Sis; Newman Club; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Transfer from Caldwell College. 48 LINDA RUSSELL. Massachusetts. History. Education Council; pres.; Mortar Board; pres.; Out- standing Junior Woman; Parents 3 Weekend: Co-chr,; Who ' s Who; Phi Beta Kappa. First Row: INGEBORG D, SACHS. New Jersey. Psychology. Alpha Delta Pi; Lutheran Club; Psychology Forum. JOSEPH SALOPEK. California. Economics. Gate and Key ; Delta Tan Delta : rush chr. LESLIE SUSAN SARAFAN. New York. Economics. Sigma Delta Tau: Rush Chr. ; Jr. Panhel; Big Sis; Tas- sels; Cherry Tree; Transfer from Ohio State University. MARY ELLEN SAVITT. Connecticut. Sociology. Dorm Council; Alpha Epsilon Phi: Sec.; Panhel. Second Row: DAVID B. SCHOTT. Maryland. International Affairs. AFROTC; Arnold Air Society; Intramurals: Delta Phi Epsilon: Young Republicans; S.B.G. NANCY SCHUH. New York. French. Pi Beta Phi: Rush Chr., Rec. Sec,: Booster Board: Vice-Chr.; May Day: Vice-Chr.; Colonial Cruise Comm.: Delphi; Big Sis; Cherry Tree Princess; Homecoming Queen; Transfer from University of Louisville. STEVEN F. SCHWARTZ. Maryland. Sociology. Alpha Epsilon Pi: Pres.; Gate and Key; Fall Concert Comm.; Booster Board: Old Men. JACK LEE SCOTT. New Jersey. Political Science. Young Democrats: Pres., 2nd vice-pres.; JFK Memorial Program; Students for Johnson-Humphrey ; D.C. Young Democrats: 1st vice-pres., Nat. YD Convention Del.; Fall and Spring Concert Comm.; Campus Combo: Potomac: Hatchet; Folk Music Society and Concert: Order of Scarlet. SUSAN F. SCHEIN, New York. History. Hillel; Young Democrats; Phi Sigma Sigma; Orphan Party Chr.; Fall Concert Comm.; Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart. JOHN DEAL SCOTT, JR. Virginia. Civil Engineering. Engineer’s Council: Sec.; Sigma Nu: vice-pres.. Pres,; Scholarship Chr.; A.S.C.E.; Gate and Key; Old Men; Forensics; Intramurals. 49 First Row: SAMUEL J. SCOTT. Virginia. Zoology Sigma Nu: Lieut, Cm dr , Historian, Marshal, Sentinel; Aesculapian Society; Libertarian Society SUSAN ELLEN SEGEL Massachusetts. Elementary Edu- cation. Student Union Board; Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart Court; SNEA; Fall Concert Comm.; Homecoming Comm.; Campus Combo; Student Center Comm.; Colonial Cruise Comm. MASAAKI SEKL Japan. International Affairs. ISS: Rec, Sec.; Old Men; Delta Phi Epsilon: Rec. Sec, RALPH SELIGMANM. Maryland. Pre-Med. (Zoology). Phi Sigma Delta: vice-pres. ; Alpha Theta Nu; Aescu- lapian Society. HARVEY MICHAEL SHANIES. New York. Zoology Tau Epsilon Phi: Pledgewarden, Athletic Chr., Basket- ball: Aesculapian Society; Old Men; Hillel; Biology Lab Asst,; Campus Combo Comm Second Row: STEPHEN L. SHARFMAN. New Jersey, Public Affairs Tau Kappa Epsilon: Pres,, Pledge Trainer, Social Chr ; IFC: Publicity Director; Gate and Key; Jr. IFC: viee- pres. : Hatchet ; Old Men; Lacrosse; SBG. LYNN EILEEN SHAUB. Ontario, Canada Speech therapy Delta Gamma: historian, rituals chr.; Panhel; Sigma Chi Sweetheart; Order of the Lacey Garter; junior Advisor; Sigma Alpha Eta: program chr ; Student Union Board; Hatchet; Big Sis. JONATHAN DAVID SHAW, New York. History. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Jr. I.F.C.; Old Men; Fall Concert; Homecoming: Trophies Chr,; Campus Combo Comm.; Student Planning Commission; Curriculum and Careers Conference-Symposium Director; Intercollegiate Red Cross Cou ncil : Pres. CAROL LEE SHELLEY, Maryland International Af- fairs. Sigma Kappa. JERRILYN SHEPARD Maryland. History. Dance Production: Sec.-Treas., Pres.; WRH (“C” Sec ) ; ISS; Hillel; Welcome Week; President’s Comm, for Performing Arts First Row , page 51 ' CAROL BREZIL SILVER. Maryland. Elementary Edu- cation, Trustee Scholar; Dean’s List; Education Council; Ur- ban Service Corps; Hillel; Messiah Chorus; Tassels, MARILYN JO SILVERMAN. New Jersey, Elementary Education 50 “No, Mom, Tm not getting my feet wet” Order of Scarlet Sweetheart; Phi Sigma Sigma: Corres, Sec,; Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart Court; Lifeline; SNEA; Fall Musical; Curriculum and Careers Confer- ence: Sub-Chairman; Spring and Fall Concert Commit- tees; Big Sis, Second Roiv: SHERRY SIMMONS, Virginia, Elementary Education, PHYLLIS RICE, Rhode Island. Speech, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Social Chr., Parliamentarian- mar shall. Sing Chr,: National Collegiate Players; Comm, on the Performing Arts: l. Players: secretary: Sud- denly Last Summer (leading role); The King and ; The Potting Shed; Cinderella ; Brigadoon; Bells Are Ringing; G W Mixed Chorus; Messiah Chorus: Trouba- dours: In Era mural Speech Contest: first place poetrv reading, second place prose reading; Who’s Who. Third Row: RICHARD J, SINGER. New York, International Af- fairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Delta Phi Epsilon; WRGW; Campus Combo; Old Men. ABIGAIL SISCOVICK. Maryland. Art History. Fourth Row: JEANNE M. SIZOQ. Virginia, Botany. SNEA. DOREN L. SLADE, New York. Anthropology, Crawford Hall Coun.; IRHB: vice-pres,; Library Coordi- nating Comm,: Pres.; Anthropology Club: Co-Founder, Pres.; Student Ass’t: Anthropology; Hillel; Junior Advisor; Tassels. 51 fr ' ifst Raid: J LOAN, New Jersey. International Affairs. na Delta: see., pledgem aster , master frater; p ersi Rifles: adm. officer, operations officer, exec, ' .nr: Ai lold Air Society: Russian Club: vice-pres.; Ln . Delta Phi Epsilon. ARTHUR S. SPENCER. New Jersey. International Af- fairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: warden, house mgr.; Univ. Play- ers; Gate and Key: sec.-treas. MARC A. SPENCER. New York. Political Science. PRISCILLA SMITH. Pennsylvania. Dramatics Arts. . ni Players: Y nal Collegiate Players Association; Yo ig Demon; d-: ( Try Tree; Welcome Week Hostess, Ti isfer from ( ollrge 1 Misericordia. SUSAN R. SOMMERS, New Jersey. French— Education. Tassels: WRH: Union Board chr.; Lifeline; Education Comm.: People-to-People: Campus Combo; Big Sis; Urban Service Corps, MATTHEW P. SOSNOWSKL Illinois, Business Ad- ministration. Sigma Nu: Young Democrats. WILLIAM J. DOWELL. Virginia, Political Science. Young Republicans; Libertarian Society vice-pres. LAWRENCE BENNETT SPERO, New Jersey. History. WRGW: Intramurals, Transfer from Trenton Jr. College. JAMES B. SPICER. Virginia. Political Science. Transfer from Colorado College. First Row f page 53: JEFFRY B. STALLSMITH. Maryland, Zoology. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Old Men. IRWIN WAYNE STANTON. Virginia, Civil Engineer- ing. ASCE: treas. ; Baptist Student Union: pres. ROBERTA. STANLEY. West Virginia. French. Episcopalian Club. Second Row: SUZANNE SPAINE. New York. Geology. Messiah Chorus— 1963; Geology Club: sec.-treas.; Mod- ern Dance Club: exec, bd. JOHN W, STARKE, Washington, D,C. Electrical En- gineering. Engineers Council: vice-pres.; IEEE: vice-pres.; Sigma Tau; Sigma Nu; Old Men; Intermurals. 52 THOMAS STEICH. Ohio. History. Delta Phi Epsilon; Old Men: publicity chr,; WRGW; Newman Club; Religious Council; Political Affairs So- ciety; SRC; Intramurals; Calhoun Hall Council. Trans- fer from Ohio University. Second Row : SANDRA STEINDLER. New York. French. DAVID M. STERN. New York. Accounting. Tau Epsilon Phi: Ereas.; Gate and Key: comptroller; Campus Combo: comptroller; Homecoming Comm.; Colonial Cruise; Alpha Kappa Psi. ROBERT W. STERN. New York. Political Science. Order of Scarlet, VAN R. H. STERN BERGH. Washington, D,C. Business Administration. Sigma Nu: pres.; IFC: Times editor; Society for the Advancement of Management Newsletter: editor; Liber- tarian Society: vice-pres.; Old Men. FRANK E, STOLPER. New Jersey. International Affairs. Delta Phi Epsilon; Judo Club; Transfer from Univ, of Man land at Munich. “Sure we have a wet campus!” S3 First Row: KAREN WILT STRATHERN. Pennsylvania, Public Affairs, Young Republicans; Junior Advisor; ISS: Publicity Comm ; WRH; Steering Comm.; Welcome Week Hos- tess: Serve, MARY V, STROUP. Washington. D,C. International Affair s. Young Democrats; Political Affairs Club; International Affairs Club: Serve. Transfer from St. Petersburg Jr. College, Texas A M Univ. AFROTC; Society for Advancement of Management; dramatics; football. FRANK L. TODARO. New York. Psychology. Pi Kappa Alpha: vice-pres., pledge pres.; IFC; Trans- fer from Springfield College. TULA TOLONEN. New York. Education. MARY MAUD STUDDS. Virginia. Philosophy. Kappa Delta: sgt.-at-arms; Philosophy Club: sec.-treas.; Episcopalian Club. Transfer from Pine Manor Jr. College. SANDRA G. SWEENEY, Washington. D.C. Education. Transfer from Univ. of Ky. (Pikeville College). OLGA D. TORRES. Puerto Rico. Spanish. Sigma Delta Pi: sec.; Newman Club; Spanish Club. WADE STEVEN TOTH, Ohio, History. Young Democrats; Cultural Foundation; French Club; ISS: Political Affairs Society, SHELLEY SUE THOMSON. Maryland. Sociology. Young Democrats: Transfer from Colorado College. Second Row: ROBERT MARTIN TILKER. Indiana. Business Ad- ministration. First Row , page 55: ELIZABETH A. TWILLEY, Maryland. Sociology. Pi Beta Phi, RONALD ULLRICH, Virginia. Business Administration. Student Council: treas. ; Newman Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 54 Second Row: MARCIA VAN DAM, Massachusetts. English Education, Chorus; Phi Sigma Sigma: pres., rush dir,, pledge pres.; Hillel; Big Sis; Lifeline; Delphi; Junior Advisor; Who ' s Who. ERIC M. WAGSHAL. Washington, D.C. Chemistry. Phi Sigma Delta: pledge treas.; Aeseulapian Society; Hatchet: advertising mgr. ; Biology lab asst. Third Row: ADRIAN P, WALL. Virginia. Education. RICHARD G. WATERMEIER. Virginia. Business Ad- ministration and Economic Statistics. Sigma Nu: alumni contact officer; intramurals. Fourth Row: JAMES K. WEBSTER, JR. California. Civil Engineering. Sigma Nu; ASCE: pres.; Old Men; intramurals. Elementary, Watson: they ' re bugs. GEORGE J WEEDEN, JR. Virginia. Economics. Phi Gamma Delta; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young Re- publicans; Intramurals; Alpha Kappa Psi; Old Men. 55 First Row; BARBARA J. WEI DEN. New York. Psychology. Booster Board; Campus Combo; Hillel; AEPi Sweet- heart Court. RON A ELLEN WEINSTEIN. New York. Education. SNEA; Young Democrats. JOSEPH JEREMY WEISER. Maryland. Zoology. Biology student asst. Transfer from Univ. of Pittsburgh. NANCI HOPE WEISS. New York. Education. Ed, Council; Dorm Council; dramatics; Student Union Bd.: sec,; SNEA; Campus Combo; Fall Concert Comm.; AEPi Sweetheart Court. MARCIA ARLENE WELLS. Connecticut. Elementary Education. Alpha Delta Pi: reporter, historian, ISAB; Newman Club; SNEA. Second Row : KENNETH R. WEST. Washington, D.C. Accounting. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Council: vice-pres., treas.; Student Center Comm.; Campus Combo publicity comm.; Conference on Curriculums and Careers; publicity chr,; Fall Concert com m,; Hatchet; Who’s Who. CARLEE E, WESTON JR, New Jersey. Journalism. Univ. Players; Transfer Univ. of Madrid, Rutgers Univ, of Scarlet: treas. ; Old Men; Young Democrats: Mem- ber-at-Large. KATRINA LEE WILLIAMS. Washington, D.C. Econom- ics. Messiah Chorus; Chi Omega. PATRICIA EILEEN WILLIAMS. Washington, DC History. Newman Club: sec., regional director; Education Coun- cil: ree. sec.; SNEA: pres.; Tassels; Pi Lambda Theta; Lifeline; Serve. Third Row: SUZANNE WILSON. Delaware. Education. Tassels: sec,; Education Council: corr. sec,; Madison Hall: treas.; Big Sis: social chr,; SNEA; Young Demo- crats; Student Planning Comm.; Lifeline; Welcome Week; Big Sis; Junior Advisor; Hatchet; Alpha Theta Nu; Mio’s Who. ROBERT C. WRIGHT. Pennsylvania. Political Science. Tau Epsilon Phi: sec., social chr. ANN YOUNG. New York, Education. Big Sis; SNEA; Phi Sigma Delta Sweetheart. JUDY P. ZIEGLER. Ohio. History. Kappa Alpha Theta: vice-pres,; Big Sis; Dorm Coun- cil. MICHAEL WEXLER, Illinois. Economics. Student Union Board; German Club; Homecoming sub-chr.; Alpha Epsilon Pi: chaplain, sentinel; Order CAROLE A. ZISMAN. California. English Education. Madison Hall: scholarship advisor, council member: Transfer from Montclair State College. 56 Now that I’m graduating 1 find out we have a newer squadron. 57 58 ORGANIZATIONS Section edited by Jeri Powell 5 ? 1966 CHERRY TREE KATHY FRITZINGER, Editor STEVE GARFINKEL, Associate and Fraternities Editor MIKE ENZI 60 Business Manager ARLENE GRANER. Seniors Editor SUE PARK, Sororities Editor 61 SUE EWART, Queens Editor 62 JERI POWELL, Organizations Editor LESTER BLOOD, Sports Co-edRor BARBARA WILLMARTH, Administration PHOTOGRAPHERS: Seth Beckerman Charles Boykin Paul Hansen Boyd Poush Gary Poush 63 ALLEN SNYDER, Editor-in-chief THE UNIVERSITY HATCHET BILLIE STAB LEIN, News Editor GW’s weekly newspaper. The University HATCHET is the ma- jor source of campus news for the University community. Expanded this year to a twenty page tabloid format, the Hatchet attempts not only to cover all of the news of interest to its readers, but also to provide a forum for the analysis and continuing discussion of meaningful, if often controver- sial, topics. Clockwise: Sandra Schline; Charles Ory, Headline Editor; Gary Passmore; Muff Moisuk; Berl Brechner, Cultural Affairs Editor. 64 MARSHA SPRINTZ, Features Editor As part of its enlarged coverage, the Hatchet now includes such fea- tures as broader reporting of Uni- verity sports events, a “bulletin board " ’ of all campus activities, a cultural section which spotlights ac- tivities of the D C. area, and an in- creased reporting of the actions and trends on other college cam- puses around the nation. IRENE PHILIP, Copy Editor LARRY RROADWELL, Sports Editor CONRAD NANKIN, Correspondence Manager STEVE SPECTOR, Asst, Advertising Manager and ERIC WAGSHAL, Advertising Manager 65 First Row , Left to Right: Skip Gnchm, Pres,; Marietta Bcrnot, Sec ; Bob Wal- lace, Advocate; Murray Levy, Comptrol- ler, Second Rotv: Ron Ullrich, Treas,; Tommy Noonan, Foreign Students ' Rep,: Ken West, V, Pres ; Brian O’Dwyer, Mem ber-at-Large Director 66 SKIP GNEHM, President Hr Fou Left to Right: Steve Mandy, Med. School Pep.: Roberta Bayane, Eflur. School Rep.; Lou Colagori, Low- er Columbian. Second Row: Joel Mei- neek School of Gov’t. Rep,; Boh MuL len. Engineering School Rep.; John Gar don. Upper Columbian Rep, First Row , Left to Right: Bruce Jetton, Activities Director, Richard Harrison, Freshman Director; Sec- ond Row ; Sam Gilston, Publicity Director; John Fridlinglon, Program Director; Ralph G rebow, Student Union Board Chairman. 67 Left: Marcia Simpson; Jeanie Loving; Christy Murphy; Diane Lerner First Row , Left to Right: Susan Park; Nancy Schuh: Steve Perlo; Diane Lerner; Lee Meehan. Second Row: Maria Harris; Mike Neustadter; Sue Kresge; Joan Laycoc . 68 69 hirst Row, Left to Right: Courtney DeLotto; Barbara Cam mack; Bob Barbu to ; Penni Bogen; Angela Ling- Second Row: Lou Colagori ; Pat Fahey; Lee Meehan, Doreen McKenna, Captain; Lois Kullen; Diane Lerner; Murray Levy. 70 71 COMMITTEE ON 8TUDENT LIFE The Committee on Student Life is the judicial branch of the Stu- dent Government at George Wash- ington. The members of the com- mittee indude the Deans of Men and Women, faculty members chos- en by the president of the Univer- sity, the president of the Student Council, and student leaders chos- en by the Student Council presi- dent. The committee has the power to review the acts of all student organizations, in accordance with the established policy of the Uni- versity, Left to right: Dr. Kenyon, Dean Bissell, Dr. Ferros, Nick Bazan (not a member), and Dr. Dixon. Left to right: Pat Jones, Allen Snyder, Rick Har- rison. 72 INTRA - RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL Seated, Left to flight: Miss Edith Gross, Advisor; Tami Fattman. Food Chairman; Susan Yeager, Overall Chairman; Cathy Pollock, Recreation Chairman; Simma Weintraub, Publicity Chairman. Standing: Sandy Greenberg, Treasurer; Betsy Taylor, Secretary; Sandy Ganderson, Program Chairman; Arlene Foreman, Judicial Chairman; Tnva Altman, Scholarship ' Advisor Chair ' man The Intra-Residence Hall Council of the Women’s Residence Hall is that body which coordinates and supervises the activities of the entire Hall. Elected each spring by the Hall residents, the Council concerns itself with hall government as well as cultural, educational, and social events for the Hall. It seeks not only to involve the various floors in activities of the Hall, hut also to integrate the Hall into the life of the University. First Row, Left to Right : Jessica Rukin; Karen LockhartJl; Debbie Schure; Alice Younger- man; Ellen Gibb; Jean Brown; Cheryl Morgan. Second Row : Mary Or- gan; Susan Shueker; Nancy Berman; Brenda Hanlon ; Maryanne Mo- sorjak; Susan Schraub; Lynne Frankel, NEW WOMEN ' 8 RE8IDENCE Each floor in the New Dorm has its own Dormitory Council, and each carries on its own legislative, judicial, and social activities, Social activities are often coordinated among the floors. First Row , left to right: Phyllis Ackerman; Juliette Brown; Judy Kempler, V. Pres., “E” Hall; Jill Lederman, Sec,, U E” Hall; Leslie Weiss, Treas., “D” Hall; Nicole Wissman, Sec,, £ C IJ Hall Second Roiv: April Young; Cindy Pratt, Pres,, “F” Hall; Cindy Grill, Fres., “A” “B Hall; Fran Poltenson, Pres,, Hall; Jessica Dunsay, Pres,, “E M Hall; Donna Glaser, Pres,, “C Hall; Jill Kldnman, Pres., Hall; Pat Robinson, Pres., " H” Hall. Third Row: Dina Gittleman, Patty Urken, Elaine Eppley, Gair Filbert, Margie Strasburger; Janet Slier; Ellen Meyerheim ; Gaire Kummer, Myra Chaplin, Treas., “G” Hall; Julie Osier, V. Pres,, (! G” Hall; Barbara Blom, Treas,, W C” Hall. 74 First Row , left to right: April Works- Pat Langs- dorf; Linda Dodd Sec- ond Ron ' : Lois Kalin; Lisa Kaufman; Laurie Handlers; Karen Abrams; Mary Haas; Sue Hilzenrath ; Laurie Kies. Third Row: Vicki Goff; Gail Baldi; Dot La i Hard ; Ron nee Fried ; Honda Rillig; Ellyn Stad- ler. HALL DORM COUNCILS First Row, left to right: Elaine Ed wa n 1 s ; Caro- lyn Margolis; Marti Schulman; Judy Rngoff ; Second Row: Tuva In- dritz; Sue Thevenet; Jackie Burris; Phyliss Sehiiler; Susan Frank- lin; Genie Solomon; Jan Lipkin Third Row: Miki Rosenthal: Susan Lo- renz; Karla LeibowiU; Margot Page; Gail Bern- stein; Diane Romer; Martha Kantor; Janice Mooers; Suzi Mathews; Merilee Wolfson ; Laurie Lasker 75 A0AM8 HALL First Row, left to right ; M„ Ickow; E, Geller ; L. Keblusek; L, Masters; S. Glick, Second Row: J. Levy; P. Pendley, President; T, Williamson, Treasurer; J. Knicdy, Secretary; G, Millard. Third Row: R. Harrison; C. Jollivette; R. Kahn; M. Wahlberg; I. Perlman; L Van den Blink; P. Steenland; T. Rogers; D. Nash; J. Lyons. Adams Hall, one of George Washington’s five residence halls for men, has living and study facilities and is governed by a hall council with the assistance of a resident director and other staff Hall residents participate in many social, cultural, and athletic events 76 From ihr Fall 1965 rov r. The Potomac , George Washington’s literary magazine, publishes original poetry, fiction, essays, and art work submitted by the stu- dents, Two editions, fall and spring, are published. F . el 1 Ci t y Th oet , Eilee n Lerner Pat Ranard; Charles Stanup. Standing: Berl Brechner; Elinor Ochs; Roger Snodgrass Rimshang ’ Kath een Herman (kneeling); Patrick Prentice, editor; Roberta Koch, editor; David Parker; Diane Arkin; Keah 77 Seated , left to right: Peter A born, vice-president; Tom Harris, president; Michael Frankhouser, secretary. Second Roio: Lee Miller, treasurer; Robert Harnick, registrar OLD MEN The Old Men Board helps coordinate ac- tivities for incoming freshman students. The Old Men contact their “sons” concern- ing University life. Two meetings, the “Smoker” and the “Glad Hand” are held during Orientation Week to get the Old Men and their “sons” together. 78 BIG SISTERS Left to right: Miss Larabee, advisor; Debi Movitz, publicity; Marietta Bernot, membership; Dianne Alexander, president; Laura Colvin, vice president; Doreen Shaddix, membership; Tova Altman, corresponding secretary; Pat Dry den, sec.-treas. Not pictured: Arlene Graner, corresponding secretary; Suzanne Wilson, social chairman- Big Sisters is an organization of selected upperclass women who help freshman and transfer “little sisters to learn about the University. Rig Sisters sponsor many functions during orientation and early in the fall and spring semesters, including “Tips V Tea 7 and “Snack n Chat to introduce the new women students to campus life. 79 Jeanie Minutes before curtain time Sea Moods 80 Carousel DANCE PRODUCTION GROUPS ' 66 Comprised of Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced groups, Dance Productions offers opportunities in dance composition and technique. Annual events include Homecoming Musical, Spring Con- cert, TV appearances, master classes, and studio performances. The Group’s repertoire includes jazz, modern, folk, popular and im- promptu works. Among the many benefits the Group provides self expression, artistic insight, and new friends. Directors: Dr, E, Burt- ner, Mrs. M, Withers, Officers: Pres, D, Nash; V.P. K. Fontana; Sec.-Treas. A. McCauley. Duet Improvisation 81 UNIVERSITY All University members are eligible to participate in the players’ activities. Outstanding members are named to the National Honorary Drama Fraternity. In the spring of 1965, the Players produced Sud- denly Last Summer. The Homecoming play, The Ki ng and I. was produced in conjunction with the American Light Opera Company and starred Pamela Skaggs as Anna and Tom Williamson as the King. Etc,, cte. T etc ! 82 PLAYERS Shall we dance! The Royal Harem Tuptirn 83 First Row f left to right: Paul Diamond, Publicity Director; Beverly Qpper, Vice President; Peter Pazzaglini, President: Doris Keller, Secretary, Second Row: Dr. L. P. Leggette, Mr. A. N. Athanason, UNIVERSITY PLAYERS EXECUTIVE BOARD ORDER OF SCARLET Seated, left to right: Michael Enzi, Secretary; D. Dressner, Vice President; Pete Pazzaglini, President; Allen Snyder, Sgt.-at- Arms; John Frid ling ton. Project Chairman. ORDER OF SCARLET is an honorary organiza- tion for sophomore and junior men who have at least a 2.50 QPL and who have participated exten- sively in extracurricular activities. Initiation of new members is held at Homecom- ing and May Day ceremonies. Upon selection, each new member is expected to carry out one of the projects selected by the Board of Governors. 84 Lejt to right: Mrs. Berg, Advisor; Linda Russell, President; Professor Riggs, Advisor. HOUR GLASS CHAPTER OF MORTAR BOARD First Row , lejt to right: Cheryl Levcnson; Susan Fisher, Vice- President; Anne Pallas; Mar- ilyn Norris, Historian; Linda Russell, President. Second Row: Helen Clark; Pat Jones, Corresponding Secretary ; Dr anne Alexander, Treasurer; Kathy Fritzinger. Not pic- tured: Bonnie Selinsky, Re- cording Secretary. Mortar Board is the national senior women ' s honorary which choses members on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service t o the University, New mem- bers are tapped each spring at the May Day program. Mortar Board sponsors Tassels and selects the Big Sis Board. Other functions include study panels; the an- nual Smarty Party; and various programs of service, including the cosponsorship of Parent’s Weekend with Omicron Delta Kappa: and the establishment of a graduate study information center. This year the Hour- glass Chapter sponsored the Mortar Board Regional Conference with Vice-president John Anthony Brown as principal speaker. 85 THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL First Row , left to right: Paul Walker, Kappa Sigma; L Bruce Tones, Kappa Sigma, President; Jim Sero- wick, Sigma Chi; Terry Gerace, Advisor. Second Roiv: Joe Miller, Phi Sigma Kappa; John Finch, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Larry Self, Delia Tau Delta, treasurer; Bill Herman, Phi Sigma Delta; Peter Aborn, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Alan May, Gate Key; John Riddick, Gate Key. The Interfratemity Council, headed by Bruce Innes, is the govern- ing body to promote good relations among fraternities. It establishes and enforces rush rules and annually sponsors an IFC Smoker for new men students. In the spring, the council sponsors the IFC Prom and a joint Sing with Panhellenic, 86 First Row , left to right: Susan Hays, Secretary; Pat Jones, President; Nancy Skon, Vice President; Pat Sherrard, Treasurer, Second Row: Pat Dryden; Marilyn Norris; Judy Marines; Dee FeUman; Pat Cross. Third Row: Claudia Strauss; Linda Moore; Janice Mooers; Carol Manning; Marietta Bernot; Nancy Odom, PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is the governing body for the national ' sororities on campus. They organize rush activities, philanthropic projects and sorority participation in the Spring Sing and Prom. Throughout the year they coordinate pledge and active events. 87 First Row 7 left to right: Liz Anderson; Sue Troccolo ; Linda Domscheit; Gloria Rubel; Fay Kandarin. Second Row: Nancy Skon, advisor; Cathy Dippo; Gail Allinson; Peggi Saber; Pam MeGarvey; Leslie Burtnick; Sarah Mil- lard; Naomi Mogelever; Ina Woolman. Under the sponsorship of Panhellenic Council and coordinated by the Vice President of Panhel, the Junior Panhellenic Council is represented by a pledge from each sorority. They plan activities in- cluding the annual Goat Show. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Nancy Skon, advisor; Peggi Saber, Treasurer; Linda Domscheit, President; Leslie Burt- nick, Secretary; Pam McGarvey, Historian, 88 firsi Row, left to right: Sara Swartman. .Sue Park. Dianne Alexander. Second Row: Marion Johnson, Pat Dryden. Karen Larson, Sue Ewart. M ' Lou Gilbert. Third Row: Jan Coletti, Claudia Chaille. Jean Carlson. nn Lanpen. Helen Clark. DELPHI Delphi, the sorority women’s honorary, was founded in 1930 to recognize outstanding sorority women on our campus. Each of the fourteen na- tional sororities elects three of its members for their leadership and service to the sorority. To continue in their tradition of contributing to campus life, the Delphis participate in many ac- tivities throughout the school year, Delphi sponsors and coordinates the fashion show at 4 Tips and Teas” with “Topnotchers” during orientation. They participate in George Washington’s annual Christ- mas party for orphans, and they sponsor a Welcome Tea and picnic box dinner during Fall Rush, The most important function of Delphi, however, is to provide counseling service during Rush, THE EXECUTIVE BOARD: Jan Colet li; Helen Clark, President; Karen Lar- son, Dianne Alexander, 89 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA First Row , left to right: Prof. V. J. DeAngelis, Advisor; L, C. Broadiyell, President; L. H. Elliott, University President; P. R. Pazzaglini, Vice-president; P. Chemnick, Secretary. Second Roiv: H, j. Cantini; Faculty Secretary; R, Dressner, M. Cohen; C. B. Reed; Prof, C, Hcrber; Prof, R, Riggs; R, Harrison; A. R. Snyder; J, Farina; R. Hauser; P. Bissell; B, limes; D. Nash. Not pictured: S, Gnehm, J. Paulson. President Elliott at his feception for students in ODtCs honors course. Omicron Delta Kappa is a national faculty-student leadership honorary for men. Often considered the service coun- terpart of Phi Beta Kappa, ODK has continued its programs of service to the University in three areas this year. In cooperation with President Elliott and several faculty members, ODK devel- oped an honors program around Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy’s gift of a recorded lecture series entitled “French Civili- zation as Reflected in the Arts.” Alpha Delta Circle placed a plaque behind Monroe Hall to augment its earlier gift of cherry trees to the University, and to cite several alumni members for their contributions to the campus. Par ents’ Weekend became the third project in University service, as the Student Council designated the annual event to be the joint responsibility of ODK and Mortar Board. University officials tapped at Home- coming included President Elliott and Charles Reed. 90 THE NEWMAN FOUNDATION The Newman Foundation is an organization for Catholic students which seeks to further the influence of Christianity in the community through individual commitment and organized effort of students. First Row , lejt to right; Ann Lennahan; Ann Pettit? Father Thomas M, Duffy, Chaplain; Johann Klodzcn, treas- urer; Rose Gorman, Second Row; Alexa Moleski; Matt Ebner; Kathy McNamara, vice-president; M. Tracer; Peggy Hart. Not pictured; Michael Ktmon, president; Jeanne Quigley, secretary. As a student community, they can hear and question provocative speakers and worship at the Student Mass. In the larger community the Foundation sponsors SERVE, an action project answering the city’s needs where they are found, in teach- ing the orphaned child or the adult illiterate. First Row , bit to right: Margaret Hornig, George Klink, Helen Mogck, John Reeder, nn Kroeber, Second Row: Charlotte Flinchhaugh, Lit Cooper, Judy Murray, Claire Durand. Susan Bazinct. 91 EASTERN ORTHODOX CLUB First Row , left to right: George Recachinas, treas.; Lea Vellianitis, sec,; Father Theodore Chelpon, advisor; Dennis Nash, pres. Second Row: Basil Soulics; Kathleen Kochiss; Nicolas Papadopoulos; Helen Sion ' s; Maria Soukhanov; Dr, Ferros, advisor; Olga Smith; Peter Bagatelos. DANCE PRODUCTION GROUPS 92 First Row t left to right: Judy Frankel, Manager; Annabel McCauley, Secretary-Treasurer; Dennis Nash, President; Kaye Fontana, Vice-President; Cindy Grill, Box Office, Second Row , left to right: jeanie Jones, Manager, Group 1; Leonard Hanitchak, Jr.; Earl Gaddis; Leslie Levitt; Sue Sudenbaum, First Row , kjt to right: ToJise Gathings; Bill Rickenbacher; Betty Jean Bisseil, president; Ron Hughes. Second Row: Don Janis, advisor; Nancy Thompson; Lynda Jeffrey; Judy Nason; Lynn Pace; Prue Ives, Third Row: Bob Press, Janet Henning, Jim Christensen, Not pictured: Diane Wexler, Russ Cramer, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION THE WESLEY FOUNDATION YOUNG REPUBLICAN8 First Row left to right: Larry Hart, First Vice-Pres.; Steffanie Burgevin, Secretary; Michael Aulicino, Treas.; Standing: Jeff Spragens, President; Dick Abel], Executive Vice-Pres.; Gary Sayles, Second Vice-Pres. Not pictured: Marshall Worden, Publicity Chairman, In the past year, the Young Re publicans have played an integral part in GW campus life, providing many diverse speakers such as Con- gressman John Buchanan of Alabama and Fulton Lewis III, renowned po Htical commentator, with topics rang- ing from British colonialism to the new role of the Republican party. Because of the important Virginia elections last fall, the Young Republi- cans campaigned extensively for the Republican candidates, achieving the largest GOP vote in the State. The club’s greatest achievement and one in which we hold a great deal of pride, was the weekly visits to the D. C. Receiving Home to entertain and pro- vide companionship for the children there. The club is proud of the accomplish- ments, interests, and respect that it has cultivated throughout the year, as not only a campus organization, but also as a community interest. 94 GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA GEORGE STEINER, Conductor 95 MESSIAH 96 CHORUS 97 PEP BAND The University Pep Band, under the supervision of Associate Pro- fessor George Steiner, plays at football and basketball games, and at rallies. CRAWFORD HALL Seated, left to right: Mike Holloran, $gt.-at-Arms; Arnold Levy, Sec ; Laurence Onie, Pres,; Jim Chromiak, Treas. Standing: Edward Marion; Paul Kravitz; David Markman; Sy Block; Mark Cymrot. 98 Seated, left to right: Marianna MacWilliam, Treasurer; Alicia Bel luati t Social Sec,: Alice Conde, Historian- Stand ing : Carlos Cab rera, Vice-President; Majid Daneshmand President INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SOCIETY 99 Mel Wahl berg (sitting) and Charles Jekofsky (standing). WRGW DR. LEGGETTE, Advisor First Row, left to right: Richard Moock, Program Director; Mel Wahlberg, General Manager; Bob Kravetz; Mike Berry; Paul Johnson, Chief Engineer; Hugh April. Second Row: Marc Leepson; Mike Frankhouser; Claire Braude; Kirk Hughes; Charles Jekofsky, Station Manager. 100 SIGMA ALPHA ETA Sealed, lejt to right; Glenda Abbott, Treasurer; Kitty Gonna way, Secretary; Sheila Potts, President; Calvin Pettit, Advisor; Ellen Schwartz;; Joan Regneil, Co-Advisor; James Hillis. Stephanie Engel. Standing ; SIGMA ALPHA ETA is the honorary for stu- dents majoring in Speech and Hearing science and therapy. The chapter has a professional lecture series consisting of a team of persons involved with working with children needing speech therapy. Prominent speakers include psychologists, audio- logists, and neurologists. Participation in Career Day programs in local high schools, and various tours, introduce members to speech therapy pro- grams outside of the University Speech Clinic. Among its goals is the fostering of a spirit of unity by coordinating the interests and efforts of persons with a common goa] 3 by providing situa- tions in which students and faculty may work to- gether to advance the prof ession. 101 ENOSINIAN DEBATE SOCIETY First Row , left to right: Tom Harris. President; Leslie New- ton, Sec,; Greg Millard, Treasurer. Second Row: George Henigan, Keith Saunders, Robert Roberts, Coaches, First Row , left to right: Smith ; Natovitz; Kantor; New- ton, Second Row: Fonte; Hanneld ; Fischer; Berry. Third Row: Gianessi; Remsberg; Millard; Lyons. Fourth Row: Harris ; Hopkins ; Martin ; Kubida. ' Members of Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha National Speech Honorary- 102 First Row left to right: Dr, R t E. Purcell; Dave McWary; Frederick R. Houser, Registrar (facul- ty advisor). Second Row: Richard A. Harrison ; Walt Marston ; Robert Gales; Richard Grande; Joe Farina; Vic Fischer, Third Row: Dave Wil- liams; David Gray; Lar- ry Onie; Les Garden. DELTA PHI EPSILON DELTA PFII EPSILON is a professional fraternity established for students majoring in Foreign Affairs, The fraternity sponsors speak er-meetings at which representatives of embassies or the Foreign Service speak to the members on topics dealing with International - Affairs. First Row t left to right : Rick Os t lie i me r ; Mas a ak i Sek i ; Duke Dressnet; Jim Hooger- werf. Second Row: Kurt Wentz; Ted Fishman; George K l i n k ; Larry Broad wel 1 , Third Row: Tom Whitaker; Bob Slewell; Adam Llnter; Jim Gerwin ; Dave Schott. 103 ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB First Row , left to right : Beatrice Pierce,; Prof Ruth Krulfeld, Advisor; William Olewiler. Second Row: Margie Wolf, Eve Lurie, Jerri Cargill. Third Row: Richard Basham, Lynn Walls STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The Student National Edu- cation Association is the pro- fessional organization for University students prepar- ing to teach. The SNEA pro- vides opportunities for per- sonal and professional growth; development of leadership skills; understand- ing of the history, ethics and programs at state and national levels. In addition they participate in the func- tions of the Urban Service Corps, Seated, (eft to right: Patricia Williams, Pres.: Patricia Bowerman, Treas.; Cherryl Neill. Standing: Rich- ard Moock; Carolynn Washbon: Charlotte Fisher; Margaret Hudson; Arline Mendelson; Dr, John Boswell. 104 First Row , left to right: Kent Telford, Sec ; Mike Enzi, President; John Ellison Faculty Advisor; Ken Cleeland, V Pres Second Row: Peter Sotos, Treas.; A I Kassan; Henry Good; Jerry Sinker; A1 Poudziunas; George Weeden; Bill Burchard; John Fridlington, Master of Rituals Third Row: Stephen Bernstein, Frank Miller, Richardson Beard, John Wilson, Mitchell Cahn. ALPHA KAPPA P8I Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest national professional business fra- ternity The organization is de- voted to promoting interest in the various fields of business Mem- bers majoring in business admin- istration, commerce, accounting and economics, keep up to date with the business world through guest speakers, lectures and field trips. Prominent business men and faculty members are often initi- ated as honorary members Alpha Kappa Psi conducts tutoring pro- era ms in the related fields of bust- ness and does research projects as a service to the University. Mr. William Smith, Special Assistant to the President of G W U and Arthur Arundel President of U. S. Transdynamics Corporation, receive their honorary memberships at the annual spring banquet. 105 MADISON HALL Seated t left to right : Jean Baker; Sally Mutton Pres.; Debbie Florman. Standing: Sally Jenkins; Doreen Shad- dix; Sigrid Randers-Pehr- son; Tami Heringman; Gail Breitfeller. SIGMA TAU National Honor Society for Engineers Seated, left to right: Kenneth Bel ford See.; F, Scott LeBeaiij Pres.; Judith Popowsky, Treas. ; Albert Fratamuono, V. Pres Stand ing: Telly Manolatos; John Starke; Doug Lowe; Orville Stanifer; James Diehl; Nor- man Set die. 106 First Row left to right: Leslie Weiss, Apt! : Penny Bonsall, KAf); Sara Swart man, KKT, Pres. ; Sandra Harper, DZ; In- ga Sachs, ADlt; Cheri Medcalf, XO, Sec.; Sec- ond Row: Berk Sundquist, KA, V. Pres.; Helen Clark, KA; Marianna Mac- William, ZK; Diane Schulte, AT; Gay Mar- tin, KA8, Tour- nament Manag- er; Joan Lay- cock, IIB4 ; Sis- sy Wheeler, KKI Not pic- lured, Hanna Schldar, 2AT; Cathy Gold- smith, 4 22; Mrs. Smith, Ad- visor. INTER-SORORITY ATHLETIC BOARD WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION Left to right Bertie Thig- pen; Judy Cline; Janet Sc her; Dinny Schulte, Presi- dent ; Doreen Shaddix; Lynne Moyer; Dianna Knight, Not pictured: Be- rk SundquisL 107 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA First Row , left to right : Sue Lorenz, Treasurer- Nancy Skon, President; Marilyn Norris, Sr. Advisor; Helen Yakobson, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: Eve Cutler; Jessica Dunsay; Judy Cline; Mary Howell; Lynn Med- ors; Donna Stanley. Third Row: Karla Leibowitz; Patricia Linskey; Gail Gotthart Madeleine Reines; Susan Ace ; Linda Larsen. PHI DELTA GAMMA PHI DELTA GAMMA is an honor- ary fraternity for women who are tak- ing courses in either the graduate schools or advanced professional schools. It is the only Greek letter or- ganization open to women of all pro- fessions, The main purposes of the or- ganization are the promotion of the highest ideals of graduate women, the improvement of the social and profes- sional status of these women, and the elevation of the standards of graduate studies. Outstanding character, high scholarship, leadership and spirit of cooperation are prerequisite to mem- bership in Phi Delta Gamma, which offers the opportunity to meet women in many different fields of graduate studies. Firs Row t left to right: Maryanna Fields, President; Maizie Johnson, V, Pres.; Ruby Young, Recording Sec,; Virginia Teller, Corres, Sec. Second Row: Frances Ware Treas,; Eloise Edwards, Historian; Mabel Traiser, Editor; Isabelle Wilson, Pr ogram Chrm. Not pictured: Rachael MacKay, Registrar; Dr. Helen Stone, National Council Representative. [08 GATE AND KEY The Gate and Key Honor Society choose? its members from the ranks of outstanding fraternity men at George Washington Uni- versity. To be eligible for membership, one must have held a major office in his fra- ternity, have actively participated in school activities, have maintained a high degree of academic excellence, and be selected by a vote of the membership of Gate and Key. In addition to meetings and the spring prom, “The Hi-Ball,” Gate and Key is the sponsoring organization for the campus “Ugly Man ’ contest. That contest is de- signed to raise funds for charitable causes. Last year Gate and Key donated nearly $300 to the United Givers Fund, This year Gate and Key became the sponsoring organiza- tion for the Fund for the Library, a phil- anthropic endeavor to raise money for the University library. For this purpose $814 was raised with $500 worth of new books already allocated from this fund. The primary, and most important func- tion of the organization remains to serve as a social meeting ground and bond of brotherhood between the recognized leaders of fraternity life at the George Washington University. The members of Gate and Key Eminent Gate and Key members; left to right: Lloyd H, Elliott, President of George Washington University; Alan May, pres- ident of the Gate and Key Court of Honor; E, K Morris, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; with ( sitting) Pat Jones, president of the Panhellenic Council; Mrs, Elliott; Linda Pisacane. f 09 PHI BETA KAPPA PHI BETA KAPPA, founded in 1776, at the College of William and Mary, was the first “Greek letter society. Today it is the best known scholastic honor society in the country, and recognizes “Intellectual capacity well em- ployed,” especially in the liberal arts. 1 10 New members of the District of Columbia Alpha Chapter are chosen in the fall and spring of each year from members of the junior and senior classes with outstanding academic rec- ords 1964-1965 9PRING Arthur Sober Jonathan 51a vin III 112 ■■■ Ann Hanrathy Epp Lane Eileen McClay Anneliese Moore Sara C. Dolan Linda Russell Glenn a Shearer Benjamin Wojkinson 113 ft Dianne Alexander Roberta Bay a lie Bruce Bercano WHO ' S AMERICAN COLLEGES Jan Coletti Victor Clark Laura Colvin I 14 WHO IN AND UNIVERSITIES 1 15 J John Gordon Skip Gnehm Tom Harris Kathy Fritzinger Thirty University students, who have compiled an impressive list of activities and services for the University, have been selected for the 1965-66 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. WHO ' S Leslie Platt Phyllis Rice 116 Peter Pazzaglini Boh Pollock WHO To be nominated for Who’s Who , stu- dents must have shown “outstanding effort and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship ’ 117 THE SQUADRON STAFF: Seated: Cocks, J. — Squadron Conv mander Standing; Gentry, J , Sugden, J, s Hughes, E , Schott, D, 118 THE ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Executive Board: Lejl to right ; Sugden, J., Lapidus, L., Hoogerwerf, J„ Frankhouser, M., Den- ham, R., Cseh„ T “Would you please explain the rules of gin to Mr, Frankhouser?” I 19 AFROTC JUNIOR FLIGHT: First Row; Hughes, E., Moore, J., Par- nell, R , Farris, L., Cornwell, W., Pa- cella, H p Second Row; Clifford, M„ Conner, T,, Arnold, W., Lapidus, h ,, Fink, R., Johnson, J., Young, A., Cseh, T PJ Rundquist, D., Walker, R. ANGEL FLIGHT: First Row: DcNucenzo, K., Homestead, K t Bennett, D., Price, C,, Dunnavant, TL, Fox, C. Second Row: Skinner, K., Gorham, T. Carney, P. Max ness, M,, Goddard, G,, McCarthy, B,, Long, L. SENIOR FLIGHT: First Row; Guth, J., Schott, D., Den- ham, R„ Sugden, ,), .Second Row; Cocks, J., Hoogerwerf, J., Young, L., Frankhouser, M., Frontczak, R., Mur- phy, J,, Major Adams, Professor of Aerospace Studies. 120 ENGINEERING QUEEN 19G5 MI8G CANDY SCHERER Delta Gamma Crowned by Missy Burneston 121 122 QUEENS Section edited by Sue Ewart 123 1966 CHERRY TREE QUEEN JANE GUTHRIE (Ptamj? {fRnipanjj afltfaiilitriiifari t?Oi r LORItH VtWUC N W WASHINGTON, Q C £0009 E K »QH:pi£ (U tllU| or Tri E ■GAfrD February 0 , i960 Sue Ewart t Chairnan Cherrv Tree Queen Contest 19 OH F Street, H V, Washing tor , D C 20006 Dear k iss Ewart: As iudee of the five fatalists in the 1966 contest, I have selected Miss Jane Huthrie to be Cherrv Tree ueen of The decree Wash! net on University. This was an extremely difficult decision and was made after studying various pictures, including the formal photoeranhs received vesterday; and after having the opportunity of meeting the girls in person at a luncheon, which all five attended, l want to compliment those responsible for the selection of the finalists, any one of whom I feel could have re i pried as Queen with credit to the I ' niversitv All are most attractive young ladies. Sincerely , E, K, Morris Chosen by E. K. Morris, Chairman, Board of Trustees, George Washington University 124 CHERRY TREE QUEEN JANE GUTHRIE Kappa Kappa Gamma PRESENTING . . . MISS JANE GUTHRIE CHERRY TREE QUEEN 1966 126 127 PRINCESS JEAN CARLSON Zeta Tau Alpha 128 PRINCESS PENNY DECROSTA Chi Omega PRINCEG8 DIANE LERNER Phi Sigma Sigma I 30 PRINCESS CAROLYN WALDIE Sigma Chi 131 MAY DAY QUEEN 1965 KATE BUDDY Delta Gamma 132 HOMECOMING QUEEN 1965 SHEILA MILLER Pi Beta Phi 133 DIANE DETWILER Kappa Alpha Theta MARION JOHNSON Phi Sigma Kappa 134 1 965 HOMECOMING COURT PAT JONEQ Chi Omega DOREEN McKENNA Delta Gamma 135 136 FRATERNITIE9 Section edited by Steve Garfinkel 137 KAPPA DEUTERON CHAPTER OF I he Alpha Epsilon Pi brotherhood has continued in the heritage of success and fra tern at ism set by our past members. This yeai has been one of unusual accomplishment in all fields of fraternal scholastic, and University life This we owe to our brothers who have enriched themselves and the University through their participation in AEPi. The fraternity house has become our home away from home, and even the outside colors appear less like a banana Through the past year the interior of our house has been entirely redone By completing our kitchen, we have become the only house on campus to provide fully equipped and staffed dining services. AEPi was once again very active on the GW campus This year ihiet brothers are in Whos Who, and one brother is studying in England on a Woodrow Wilson fellowship. Last year’s outstanding sophomore man was an AEPi as well as having five brothers on the Student Council, and one on the Student Life Committee, In intramurals, AEPi is constantly a threat for top honors And once again, AEPi’s pledge class of fifty- four boys is the largest and the best. Socially, this year has brought AEPi to the head of the campus. The fraternity initi- ated an inter-fraternity and sorority party held in our house The regular fraternity-image party has been changed into something more interesting and varied We have had evenings with various professors giving talks of interest to people of our age group Also, we have been entertained by live performers from all areas of music. Alpha Epsilon Pi is not metel) a social organization in concept or practice We have brought in money for numerous Washington and national chaiities, including the Red Cross. On campus we have started a drive to increase interfraternity communication Of alt our activities, we are most proud of this part of fraternity life First Row: Pete A horn Bob Becker Richard Bloch Ken Block George Bloom Chuck Bookoff Second Rotv: lack Firestone Ted Fishman Barry Geller Eric Geller Harry Gil den horn Sam Gilston Third Row: Lee Greene Randy Kahn Alan Kassan Burton Katzen Eric Kellner Skip Keppler Fourth Row: Ken Markison Art Mintz Mike Neustadter Warren Palitz Jeff Perlman Les Platt Fifth Row: Richard Seelig Steven Seize r Jay Siegel Howard Singer Richard Singer 138 ALPHA EPSILON PI . . . founded at GW in 1 947 First Row: Richard Bordow Mitch Calm Ron Cohen Paul Diamond Bruce Dordick Mark Eg he r Second Row: Ron Gluck Burton Goldstein Richard Goldstein John Gordon Gary Granoff Ralph Grebow Third Row: Frank Korowitz Stanley Kramer Harvey Lederroan Gary Littman Bart Loring Lorin Luchs Fourth Row: James Rossi Perry Satdman Harold Saunders Steve Schwartz Mike Schweitz Jack Scott Fifth Row: Richard Slower Ken West IS like Wexler Steven Yager Warren Zeger Barry Zolotar 139 THE GAMMA ETA CHAPTER OF Run for Daylight. The Delts started the year with an exten- sive rush that was culminated by a fine pledge class. Continuing its dominance of intramural football, the Delts began their quest for retaining the all-University in- tramural trophy. Climaxing a very active social year was the Spring Formal, Rain- bow. For Delta Tau Delta, 1965-66 was a great year scholastically, socially, and ath- letically. With the present nucleus, the Delts expect another great year in 1966-67, again being one of the best fraternities on campus. First Rotv: Richard Chamberlayne Alan Darke Tom Harris Second Row; Peter Julicher Norman LaSalle Mike Locke Third Row; Bob Shelton Robert Tracks Ron Walker The lit tlest Delt. (His nickname’s Odd job) DELTA TAU DELTA • 9 founded at GW in 1 903 THE DELTS 141 THE ALPHA ETA CHAPTER OF Kappa Sigma, the “friendly ghosts” of last year, has accentuated growth this year. More than doubling its membership again, the Kappa Sigs boast of the fastest growing fraternity on campus. With more parties, more intramural activities, more student leaders, including Pres- ident of the Inter-fraternity Council Bruce Innes, and Member- at-Large of the Student Council Brian O ' Dwyer, with more members in Order of Scarlet and ODK, and with still more stress on the individual being helped and in turn helping the fraternity, Kappa Sigma is proud of its achievements, and is looking for- ward to the future. What a hangover. First Row: Matt Ebner Bruce Innes Bob Murphy Brian O’Dwyer Second Row: Brian O’Neill Jim Paulson Ron Peddicord Ron Poock 142 KAPPA SIGMA . . . founded at GW in 1 892 “Now, pledge, first you put the shaving cream on.” PHI ALPHA CHAPTER OF The past year has again been a fruitful one for Phi Sigma Delta, After celebrating its golden anniversary at George Washington, the Phi Sigs began their second half-century with continued growth and achievement. For the fifth straight semester the fraternity captured the highest QPI, and the pledges attained the highest pledge class QPI for the third time in the last four years. The IFC Blood Drive trophy, with one already retired fay Phi Sigma Delta, was won again, this time with a record breaking ninety -eight per cent participation level. Meanwhile, Phi Sigs were making names for themselves in all aspects of campus life. Joel Shulman was named Outstanding Fraternity Man, and this past president of the IFC graduated as valedictorian of his class. Allen Snyder assumed his post as Editor-in-Chief of the Hatchet, Bill Herman as Editor of the IFC Times , and Steve Garfinkel as Associate Editor and Fraternity Editor of the Cherry Tree. Lou Colaguori and Murray Levy served as members of the Student Council, with Bob Rosenberg and Barry Rathner working as committee chairmen. Phi Sigs were found in almost every honorary, including Phi Beta Kappa. Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Scarlet, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Theta Nu. Pi Delta Epsilon, and Gale and Key. In intramurals Phi Sig won the Bdeague softball championship. Taking in a class of 31 new pledges, the chapter continues to look for a bright future. First Row: Bob Beirn Bob Belafsky David Berg Don Bcskind Bob Bloom Second Row: Lou Colaguori Ron Daniels Gary Dorn f eld Ron Elberger Chris Folkemer Third Row: Art Gutkin Bill Heller Eliot Henson Bill Herman Roger Hertzog Fourth Row : Arnie Levy Murray Levy Phil Lubitz Jeff Maron Conrad Nankin Fifth Row- Jay Sloan Allen Snyder Stu Sotskv Steve Spec tor Bill Srole 144 PH! SIGMA DELTA founded at GW in 1914 First Row: Rick Blumberg Ed Bogota Jay Bomze Jeff Breslaw Lenny Cohen Second Roiv: Larry Garfinkel Steve Garfinkel Roman Genauer Yale Goldberg Dan Greifman Third Row: Marc Isenberg Bob Kagan Bob Kravelz Paul Kxavitz Alan Levine Fourth Roiv: Barry Ratbner Paul Relkin Terry Rosen Bob Rosenberg Bob Scliulman Fifth Row: Dave Suva I Eric Wagshal Murpb Wysoeki Clay Zahn Dress is casual. 145 THE LAMBDA CHAPTER OF This was a rewarding year for the Phi Sigs. Our completely refurnished house permitted us to host some eight hundred rushmen, from which we selected one of our most promising pledge classes. One of the pledges, John Lollo, was a member of the outstanding freshman football team, thereby following in the footsteps of Brother Kwiecinski of this year’s successful varsity. We gained further success when our “A” team won its first gridiron victory in four years, and when our “B” team defeated our long time rival, the Delts, in the best game of the season. During Homecoming we won second place in the Float Contest, and our Moonlight Girl, Marion Johnson, was crowned as a member of the Homecoming Queen’s Court. Special note must be taken of Brother Hansen, who not only starred in GW’s pro- duction of “Winnie the Pooh,” but also managed to halt a University game at W-L stadium with a barrage of helium -filled balloons. Lambda also enjoyed its share of academic success this year. Four brothers graduated, with five others doing their graduate work at GW. Brother Diehl achieved the highest grade average given in the undergraduate Engineering School, Brother Harris was one of the six candidates selected from the sophomore class for the International Honors Program. Three brothers were initiated into Gate and Key, of which Brother May is President of the Court of Honor. The usual annual events included the Miss Model Pledge Contest, Christmas Formal, the Batman Party, Carnation Ball, and the Founder s Day Banquet. In August, 1966, we will host the Phi Sigma Kappa National Con- vention. 146 PHI SIGMA KAPPA founded at GW in 1 899 First Row ; May, A,; Miller, L; Metcher, J ; Wilcove, G,; Diehl, J. (Pres.); Dworkowski, B,; Cox, B k - Nieli, D, ; Smith, P, Second Row; Wein, E.; Philip, J,; Han- itchak, B.; Machtinger, A.; Wea- therby, J,; Brown, G, ; Schroeder, C. ; Barton!, N,; Chandler, J.; Third Row; Qeltjen, F.; Royer, S ; Wanlund, B«; Davis, M. ; Kingham, D.; Lollo, J.; Routh, J,; Vincent, G.; Crivella, B,; Gold, M.; Loftus, R.: Fancher, J ; Mattingly, V.; Hammond, B.; Bancroft, B«; Kabnick, E,; Hob landursky, G.; Harris, J. ; Potter, C.; Sutherland, A. Not pictured; Miller, J.; Gonzmart, C,; Faronki, H.; Manousakis, T.; Hicks, D ; Padgett, T«; Berges, D.; Kartell, J, Sullivan, C; Hansen, P, 147 THE WASHINGTON CITY RHO CHAPTER OF The past year was filled with excitement and sorrow for the brothers of SAE. In February, 1965, a fire occurred in the chapter house causing $5000 damage. Fortu- nately, the damage was limited to only some furnishings. The fraternity was deeply grieved by the untimely death of Brother Craig Logan, who died over the Thanks- giving Holiday, His death left an empty spot in all the brother’s hearts. There w r as much good for the SAE’s this year. Brothers Ron Ullrich and Bob Wallace served on the Student Council as Treasurer and Advocate respectively. Brother Pete Pazzaglini was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa; Brothers Vic Clark and Pazzaglini were named to Who’s Who; six brothers are members of the Order of Scarlet, and seven are in Gate and Key. Brother Mike Hojloran was selected Out- standing Football Player of the area, and brothers Glass, Welpott, Shue, and Barton played varsity football. Brothers Shue maker and McElroy played varsity baseball, brothers Rainey and Elliott varsity basketball, and brothers Farina, Adair, and Anderson rowed crew. SAE placed second in intramural competition 5 winning first place in wrestling and swimming, with Brother MacDougall chosen outstanding wrestler. Our social season was ably led by Greek King Bob MacLeod, SAE captured the intramural speech contest for the third straight year. Finally, we are very proud of out 32 man pledge class. First Row: Terry Babcock Tony Barhieri Bill Barkow John Chew Jim Cummins John Disoway Second Row: Lewis Edmunds Jared Fuchs Larry Fair Bill Griffel BUI Halamandaris Dan Hal] Third Row: John Hanson Bob Hessler Randolph Holland Mike Holloran Steve Kamp Andrew Mason Fourth Row: Jack McDonald Ellis Me Elroy Kevin Murphy Pete Pazzaglini Brooks Prewitt Bill Rickenbacher IN MEMORIAM Craig Logan SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Christmas Cheer Do blondes have more fun? Third Row: George Weeden Kurt Wentz 14 Co me on, now, smile-” Fourth Row: Dick Wright Jim Ziglar First Row: Jim Slaughter Jeff Stalismith Ron Ullrich 149 THE EPSILON CHAPTER OF Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Chi began its one-hundred second year by continuing a first-place tradition. The brothers and pledges took first place in the Homecoming Float Contest, the intramural swimming meet, the Holiday Season competition, and the IFC Sing of 1965. Sigma Chi had three members on Student Council, and four in Who’s Who. Brothers are also active in ODK, Order of Scarlet, Pi Delta Epsilon, Theta Tau, Delta Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Gate and Key. Individual brothers, in addition, have distinguished themselves as Student Council President, IFC Vice-president, Alpha Kappa Psi President, and Colonial Cruise Chairman. Derby Day, 1966, promises to be a great success, and despite a mid-afternoon rain, last year’s Derby Day was well received. Perhaps our most notable achievement was the Blood Drive for G. L J s in Vietnam, sponsored by the Fall pledge class. A total of 213 pints of blood were donated and support was received from Supreme Court Justice Clark, Dean Bissell, and President Elliott. Publicity in the form of radio and T.V. coverage, and the conscientious effort of each pledge helped to make this project the most successful of its kind attempted at the University. The Fall Semester’s social season was climaxed by the annual Sweetheart Dance, attended by brothers, pledges, and alumni. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the 1965-1966 S weetheart of Sigma Chi, Miss Carolyn Waldie, of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. (tl c. tr. ; sa.. First Row: John Bralove Tom B rede son Brian Ruzzdl Ron Clancy Jim Corbiel Ralph Corbel 1 Second Row: Allen Corbett Mike Enzi Neil Foran John Fridlinglon Skip Gnehm George Goetsche Third Row: John Green Bob Higdon Dave Jordan Larry Kent Eugene Klein Geoffrey Masci Fourth Roiv: Lance Masters Steve Mermelstein Russel] Mosher Marshall Nielson Charles Ory Bob Pollock “Getting ready for these stu- dent Council meetings wears me out,” 150 SIGMA CHI . . . founded at GW in 1 864 First Row: “That’s right, a case of Canadian Club. ' Jim Serowick Bob Tilker Second Rotv: Bill Travis John Veil m erhausen THE DELTA PI CHAPTER OF We celebrated our 50th anniversary this year. Dean Bissell was a guest at our annual White Rose Formal, at which Miss Susan Coman {Kappa Delta) was crowned the Sweetheart of Sigma Nu for 1966. Van Sternbergh and William Speidel were initiated into the Gate Key Honor Society, Sigma Nu placed second in intramural football, and made a strong showing in athletics in general. Jim Webster and Allie Ash are president and secretary respectively of the American Society of Civil Engi- neers, and John Starke is the vice-president of the Engineering Council Van Stern- bergh is the editor of the newsletter of the society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. First Row : Allie Ash Arnie Bellefontaine Jim Carter Frank Cundari Larry Den Don Gray Third Row: Second Row: Jim Levett Andrew Mayo Mike Poole Tom Ha ye John Scott Sam Scott Tom Scott Matt Sosnowski John Starke Van Sternbergh Jim Tavet Fourth Row: Jim Turk Richard Watermder Jim Webster John Wills 152 SIGMA NU 153 THE D.C. ALPHA CHAPTER OF “The Sag Ep Casino . , , the red door . Gate Key, Meckeleciv, , , , “Escapades on the fire escape , . . Monk ' s 2:00 a.m. visits . Dunbarton Sweetheart . . . Joe ' s home brew , , All those trophies in one night , It was fun while it lasted . . . “Rifle team, soccer team, football team, baseball team , . , KD exchange, the ban- ner would have been a lasting momento “Russian Club, French Club, Newman Club, Heart Fund, . . “IPs Super Ep” First Row: Chip Atkinson Walter Bechtold William Bechtold James Corcoran Bruce Hardy Second Row: Art Kravetz Edward Lavin John Leggette John Manzione Frank Miller 4Uu Third Row: Jim Patti Gary Richardson Dave Schlachter Richard Simons “I just got a Liaircuti” SIGMA PHI EPSILON 36 " , 22 ”, 36 " 155 THE TAU THETA CHAPTER OF With the largest pledge class in years the brothers of Tau Epsilon Phi foresaw great things this year. Socially, we started off with a real bang — our Surf party. Brother Rick Slatnick lent his artistry and Brother Joe Chomski his imagination as TEP decorated its basement as a beach — including over a ton of sand. In football, the A-league team started off well by heating Med School and Engineering (without even allowing a first down), but suffered defeat at the hands of the Delts, SAE, and AEPi to come in with a 2-3 record. However, we are looking forward to greater things in basketball and softball, and hope to improve last year’s 3rd place showing in the all-intramural standings. “Okay, hoys, let ' s do this one for the GipperP 1 C) fZ - r - Jdkk d First Row: Pete Bagatelos Bruce Rereano Keith Buckler Eric Chaikin Joe Chomski Les Garden Second Row: Stanley Haren Ken Heilman Dave Klein Arthur Levien Frank Levenson A1 Menachem Third Row: Brian Mitchell Larry Pines Arthur Rettinger Ed Schwartz Harvey Shanies Dave Si 1 herb erg Fourth Row: Dave Stern Dave Tax in Ken Weissblum Boh Wright Ron Yost “It would he better if I had a partner, 5 TAU EPSILON PHI “Look, up in the sky . “Ed, you’re such a wonder- ful boy, and, well, I don ' t know how to say this, but u 157 THE ALPHA PI CHAPTER OF Fail Kappa Epsilon had a great social season this year, with our Chapter Sweet heart Christy Murphy aiding us a great deal with planning and decorating. At the Founders Day Ball entertainment was provided by the “Missing Links.” The “West ern and “China” parties were also great hits. We had an undefeated football season and placed third in softball. Frater Meinecke was active in student government, and Fra ter Rogers was initiated into the Order of Scarlet. Tekes came in second scho- lastically and in the Blood Drive, High point of the year was the installation at Catholic University of another chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon, the nation’s largest social fraternity. The Tekey Brothers with Tommy Rogers Fourth Row: Gary Terrill Bob Xander First Row: Alan Baker Mark Bogdanoff Morris Cohen Second Row: Bob Fink Bob Gerdes Lutz Neumann Third Roiv: Tom Rogers Mike Rohrer Steve Sharfman Run, Spot, run. See Spot run,’ 3 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 159 160 SORORITIES Section edited by Sue Park 161 ALPHA PI CHAPTER OF Follow the diamond . . . one hundred and ten chapters strong . . 114th anni versary . . . Christmas exchanges and orphans 7 party — Anyone find Billy yet? . . . Pledge formal soars at Andrews’ Officers’ Club— coffee? . , , First place scholarship to the pledges of " 65 . . points for Tassels and Mortar Board . . . Top female billing in “King and I”, Pamela Skaggs . ■ Sweetheart. Karen Larson . . . Ride to Annapolis, anyone? First Row: Cathy Ekert, Pres. Katherine Adams Pat Catanzariti Second Row: Susan Fisher Susan Hays Barbara Bering Third Row: Jackie Lee Laura Monahan Sheri Neff Fourth Row: Cheryl Turner Pam Verbryche Marcia Wells 162 ALPHA DELTA PI . ■ • founded at GW in 1 922 First Row: Maureen Craig Cathrvn Dippo Second Row: Karen Kiracofe Lois Kovanda Third Row: Susan Roberts Ingeborg Sarhs In the “Stiil 1 of the night? 163 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER OF Put an A upon a slim gold bar. add an E, a 0, and twenty-two new pledges , , . they equal another successful year for the AE0 3 s, represented in Tassels; Delphi; Big Sis; the Education Honorary. Sigma Alpha Eta; and Dean’s List. They had exchanges, coffee hours, mixers, and an elegant pledge formal at the Madison Hotel . . , sponsored a trip to the Home for Retarded Children and the annual shoe shine, with the proceeds going to charity. The sisters participated in Sing, hosted a welcome tea for D0E, and journeyed northward to Cornell for AE0’s spring conclave. The year was topped by the chapter’s Anniversary Luncheon. First Row: Imogene Gottlieb, Pres. Roberta Amove Stephanie Engel Dee Fell man Second Row: Susan Goldsmith Cyndy Grill Leslie Grossman Mary Haas Third Row: Carol Ketay Mary Klaus Lynn Kreil Laurie Lasker Fourth Rote: Gail Saunders Mary Savin jane Shapiro Nina Stein Fifth Row: Leslie Weiss Margie Wolf Bryn W ' olnitz Gloria Wrubel 164 ALPHA EPQILON PHI • founded at GW in 1 930 First Row: Ronnie Fried Barb Gilbert Marsha Golden Second Row: Judy Heller Myra Holtzman Carolyn Katz Ba rba ra Kessel man Third Row: Bonnie Levick Frankie Mie kelson Ina Nathanson Madeline Oidiek Fourth Row: Eileen Sussnian Rochelle Swickle Eileen Warren Ellen Weiss Fifth Row: Patty Urken Carol Zimmer Eileen Zola The guests of honor at pledge formal I 165 PHI ALPHA CHAPTER OF C — for Cardinal and Straw, and the 20 ' new pledges who wore them . . H — for Honors that we won: Pat Jones in Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board; Penny DeCrosta as Cherry Tree Queen finalist; Cherry Blossom Princess from Illinois, Diann Gray; and Jan Coletti and Pat Jones in “Who ' s Who”; and all of us for the Community Service Award and the 2nd place in Panhel Sing . ■ . I— for Imagina- tion and fun during Homecoming and Christmas Season . . 0 — for Offices that we served: Pat Jones as President of Panhel; Jan Coletti as Secretary of Delphi; Sue Park as Greek Editor of the Cherry Tree and Publicity Chairman of Booster Board; and Cheryl Medcalf as Secretary of ISAB , . M — for Memories of the pledge kidnapping, the slumber party, and the 7:00 am Sing practices . . E — for the Excitement that Pledge Formal at Evans Farm Inn caused; and that of the coffee hours, exchanges, and dinners . . . G — for Giving of ourselves, by monitoring the Grant School study hall, and of our time, with Ann Benfield and Camia Collart serving in Tassels . . A — for All who will agree that 1966 for us was spelled CHI OMEGA! First Row: Jan Coletti, pres, Maryann Armbrust Mary Aspltind Sue Ben eke Second Row: Camille Collart Penny DeCrosta Sue Duerr Susie Einhinder Third Roto: Diann Gray Lynelle Harder Tammy Harley Jane Hubbard Fourth Row: Diane Murphy Cheryl Medcalf Sara Millard Linda Moore Fifth Rote: Anne Saunders Claire Sugden Claudia Talbott Nedda Thomas 166 CHI OMEGA . . . founded at GW in 1 903 First Row: Ann Benfield Robin Birdsall Caroline Burnett Second Row: Dale English Margie Farbman Clair Filbert Jane Gardner Third Row: Gill Johnson Put Jones Pat Kettle Diane MeQuade Fourth Row: Martha Morris Sue Park Tina Pedersen Karen Peters Fifth Row: Joanne Thommen Katrina Williams Janice Yurko And the Win nab! Cutty Sark! 167 BETA RHO CHAPTER OF Beta Rho chapter of Delta Gamma certainly had that C DG Spirit” . , Spring brought the retirement of the Panhel Sing trophy and that of the Derby Day, It also brought Kate Buddy as May Day Queen, Anne Pallas as a member of Mortar Board, and Dinny Schulte as Outstanding Sports Woman of the Year. . . . DG Spirit was still running high in the fall with Cheerleaders Barb, Pat, Courtney, Lee, and Captain Doreen McKenna. Honors were bestowed on Anne Pallas in “Who’s Who” and Linde Stecher who made Tassels . , , There were queens and sweethearts with Doreen McKenna as Homecoming Queen Finalist and Carolyn Dunnagan as Miss Model Pledge . . . Delta Gamma’s activities were many and varied with Sally Nutton as President of Madison Hall, Doreen Shaddix on Big Sis Board, and Dinny Schulte as Chairman of the Womans Recreation Association. DG Spirit will continue in the future with the fifteen new fall pledges. First Rotv: Doreen McKenna, pres. Elizabeth Anderson Jackie Banyasz Second Row: Carol lyn Chan Andrea Cummings Andrea DeAugustinis Third Row: Maria Harris Suzy Herndon Linda Jeffrey Fourth Row: Sandy Priestman Mimi Reusch Rochelle Roberts 168 DELTA GAMMA • founded at GW in 1 945 First Row: Barbara Bernstein Diane Bruce Barbara Gamma ck Second Row: Courtney DeLotto Elaine Edwards Pat Fahey Nan Fitzmaurice Third Raw: Lee Meehan Elizabeth Nelson Nancy Odom Debbie Orr Fourth Row: Lynn Shaub Linde Stecher Wendy Tyson Nicki Wlssman 169 DELTA CHI PLEDGE CHAPTER OF Ihe Delta Chi Pledge Chapter was pledged on December 10, 1965, at a ceremony in the Delta Xi chapter house at the University of Maryland. This is the thirty-first chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority, founded March 17, 1917, at New York University. DPhiE is new and enthusiastic. The members are already piling up honors — Mortar board. Alpha Lambda Delta, Tassels, and Pi Lambda Theta Education Honorary. Plans include a formal dinner dance for the chapter activation in the spring of 1966, and a continuous close association with the sister chapter of Maryland. First Row: Ina Woolman, Pres. Rita Alpher Gail Benkin Second Row: Linda Brodsky Juliet Brown Diane Charrtovitz Third Row: Tammy Gordon Rae Gould Ann Hirsh Fourth Roiv: Carolyn Miller Kathy Miller Marilyn Norris Fifth Row: Isabel Rose Doreen Rudy Helene Sash in 170 founded at GW in 1 965 DELTA PHI EPSILON . . . Our New President and Local Officers First Roiv: Gad Bernstein Estelle Bezarr Margorie Bonier Second Row: Barbara Engel son Miriam Farber Teen a Goldwyn Third Row: Evelyn Hirsh Rachel Kronstadt Karen Latnpert Fourth Row: Barbara Pol ay Lenore Richman Renee Rivkis Fifth Row: Gail Siegal Marti Teich Elaine Wit man 1 knew you ' d love tossed roses for lunch 171 ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER OF The Lamp of Gold and four white pearls Unite as one the DZ girls! Action, fun, tradition, deeds These also belong to all DZ’s ! ACTION . . . yes . . . Big Sis, German Club, Bowling Club, SERVE, WRAC, SNEAj Panhel, Delphi, ISAB . . , Homecoming activities. Holiday Season, Sigina Chi Derby Day, etc. , . . FUN . , . too . . little get-togethers, parties, teas, coffee hours, trip to New York City . . . TRADITION . . . forever . . . Founders Day Luncheon, May Day Breakfast for graduates, Christmas party, overnight for pledges, Rose Formal . . . GOOD DEEDS . . always . . support for Gallaudet College for the Deaf, Navajo Indian Project, Golden Circle Scholarship Fund , . . First Rotv: Rita Thompson, pres. Linda Brick Second Row: Sandra Harper 172 DELTA ZETA . . . founded at GW in 1 922 Riding into Battle First Row: Eleanor Dibala Nell Fisher Second Row: Pat Sherrard Sail ie Young 173 GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER OF Ring out three cheers for Theta . , . especially for our pledges and their Goat Show originality honors, the first place Homecoming float, “Don’t Toy with Us”, our third place in Derby Day and ISAR, our second place in the Inter-Sorority Speech Contest; for Theta scholarship , . Sue in Alpha Lambda Delta and Tassels along with Heather and Carolyn: Theta’s twin stars shone brightly on Carolyn, first place debater, Diane, Homecoming Queen Finalist, Sally, Mech Miss and a Miss Model Pledge finalist, Annie, winner of Lacy Garter from Gate and Key, and Sue, out- standing freshman woman: Thetas busy in campus activities . . Pat, social chairman of Panhel; Gay, tournament manager of ISAB; Sue, editor of Panhel and IFC Times; Gail, treasurer of Colonial Cruise; and Pam, treasurer of Rooster Board . . all highlighting our kite of black and gold, symbol of achievement and aspiration. First Row: Sylvia DeLuca, pres. Sylvia Beattie Penny Bon sail Second Row: Laurie Diercks Gayle Foley Jane Gail lard Barbara Guentert Third Row: Claire Kummer Carol Lehtonen Diane Lehtonen Sue Lorenz Fourth Row: Judy Ryon Pam Schueikhardt Susie Seibert Sandy Smyser 174 KAPPA ALPHA THETA founded at GW in 1 946 First Rotv: Gayle Boozer Katliie Clements Carol Cushing Second Row: Ann Henry Doris Keller Susan Kresge Third Row: Heather Mason Pam Me Garvey Suzy Paul Fourth Row: Sally Stoops Gail Van Keulen Judy Ziegler “Wheel I just love RUSH!” 175 SIGMA MU CHAPTER OF The diamond of Kappa Delta led the KD’s to another shining year. Their twelve new pledges were presented at the Congressional Club on December 4 P The KD ' s won second prize in the Homecoming float contest and placed first in the ' 65 Booster Board and blood drive contests. The Kappa Deltas were well represented on campus by Helen Clark and Kathy Fritzinger in Mortar Board; Sue Ewart, Helen Clark, and Kathy Fritzinger in “Who’s Who”; Jeanie Loving on Booster Board; Susie Coman as Sweetheart of Sigma Nu; Arlene Graner as Secretary of Alpha Lambda Delta; Ellen Gibb, Gwen Law, Jeri Powell and Sue Richer in Tassels; Helen Clark as Presi- dent of Delphi; Arlene Graner on Big Sis Board; Joy Ortenburger in The King and I; Muff Moisuk on the Hatchet; Jeri Powell, Sue Ewart, Arlene Graner, and Helen Clark as section editors of the Cherry Tree; and Kathy’ Fritzinger as Editor of the Cherry Tree , First Row: Sue Ewart, pres. Helen Clark Ellen Fleming Second Roiv: Arlene Graner Ellin Halteman Anita Hoggard Third Row : Mary Ann Moisuk Janice Mooers Dina Nicol Fourth Row : Pat Robinson Kate Scheel Mary Studds Berit Sundquist 176 KAPPA DELTA . . . founded at GW in 1 922 Home comin g — 1 905 St yl e First Row: Kathy Fnizinger Barb Giaimo IVfLou Gilbert Second Roiv: Gwen Law Jean Loving Susan Mathews Third Row : Joy Orten burger Jeri Powell Sue Ricker 1965 Pledge Class 177 GAMMA CHI CHAPTER OF The Kappas began the year by filling their quota this rush season with 16 new pledges. Other achievements included: 18-0 victory in the Kappa-Theta football game , . Laura Colvin, Pat Dryderu and Phyllis Rice in “Who s Who” . , . Jane Guthrie and Carolyn Waldie as Cherry Tree Queen finalists , , , 1st place in Homecoming Sing and 3rd in the float , . . Sweethearts Marion Johnson of £XK 7 Christy Murphy of TKE, and Carolyn Waldie of IX , . Mech Miss Linda Larsen . . ISAB Presi- dent Sara Swartman . , . Tassels President Linda Larsen, Secretary Christy Murphy, and members Toni Hubenette and Sissy Wheeler , , . Miss Model Pledge finalist Carol Magruder. First Row: Pat Dry den, Pres. Lee Burnside Dale Ann Carrel 1 Second Row: Jane Guthrie Cary Hewitt Linda Hofmann Toni Hubenette Third Row: Karen Kroesen Karen Kuhlthau Linda Larsen Susan Lefler Fourth Row; Christy Murphy Rosemary ' Murphy Lynne Pace Fifth Roto: Pat Sondheimer Stephanie Stewart 178 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA founded at GW in 1929 First Row ; Laura Colvin Mary Cornel iussen Phoebe Frisk Second Row : Janie Johnson Marion Johnson Fay Kandarian Third Row: Lynda McGavin Jamie Moore Mary Mulkerin Fourth Rotv: Barbara Rasmussen Sue Rubel Sonic Sims Fijth Roiv: Betty Terry Mary Wesson Barb Will mart h Pledge Lesson 10: Swiping Trophies! 179 D.C. ALPHA CHAPTER OF “You can tell a Pi Beta Phi . . 15 new golden darts and the golden arrow carrying on Pi Phi tradition of scholarship— third highest on campus, with seniors on top . . tradition of activities with prominent sisters Nancy— Vice Chairman, Booster Board and May Day . . Sally, Social Chairman — Panhel . . . Janie, Vice President — SNEA , . Noelle, Treasurer — ISAB . . . Tassels — Sheila and Karen . . Claudia in Pi Delta Epsilon ■ . . Pi Phi ' s first place ISAB trophy . . tradition high with queens too — Ann, Sigma Chi Derby Day Queen , , Sheila, Greek Queen and Homecoming Queen , . Joan, 1st runner-up, Miss Model Pledge . . . traditional exchanges, “Pie Fights”, irrevocably enjoyable coffee hours, Claudia ' s swimming party for the pledges, our fabulous Pledge Formal at the Gramercy Inn, traditional good-byes to parting sisters and an occasional escape from reality on to the “High- road” to the tune of “Pi Pi Beta Phi” . . . all memories of a wonderful year with the ivine and silver blue. First Row: Gail Allinson Bonnie Babcock Janie Beck Second Row: Karen Dorian Carolyn Fran zona JoAnne Fulton Third Row: Dale Kline Ann Lappen Joan Laycock Fourth Row: Susan Mullen Linda Post leth wait Nancy Schuh ISO PI BETA PHI . . . founded af GW in 1 899 First. Roiv: Karen Byrne Molly Castle Lorraine Doherty Second Row: Liz Gullette Brenda Hanlon Pam Jordan Third Row: Carol Manning Marilyn Miller Sheila Miller Fourth Row : Ann Twillcy April Works Fifteen New Golden Darts 181 KAPPA CHAPTER OF DIOKETE HUPS ALA, Aim High . . , Whatever happened to the green dinosaur? . • . The pledges won ensemble and poster contest at Goat Show , . Dr. Robert Columbus, our new academic advisor . . philanthropy projects, Founders’ Day Luncheon, pledge formal at the Sheraton -Carlton, breakfast at Leslie’s home , . The Phi Sigs aim high in all phases of campus life: Marcia in “Who’s Who 7 ’; Diane and Penni, cheerleaders; Debi and Karla, ' Alpha Lambda Delta; Carol Jo, Messiah Chorus and Madrigals; Debi and Tova, Big Sis Board; Arlene, Tova, and Simma, 1RHC; Diane, Cherry Tree Queen finalist; and six Tassels members with Karla, projects co-chairman and Simma, treasurer. 182 First Row: Marcia Van Dam, Pres, Jean Baker Judy Bauer Second Row: Leslie Burtnick Karen Chechyk Michele Cohen Judy Cymberg Third Row: Leslie Jeweler Arlyne Katz Karla Leibovitz Bonnie Maslin Fourth Roiv: Donna Seldes Susan Shucker Jackie Shulman Claudia Strauss PHI SIGMA SIGMA . . . founded at GW in 1 924 Fir st Row: Lmda Brissman Janice Brooks Sue Brown Second Row: Barb Faberman Deb Florman Kathy Goldsmith Third Row: Debi Movitz Barbara Resnick Janet Sober Fourth Rotv: Barbara Weiner Ellen Weitz Simma Weintraub Roarin’ Rush During the Twenties! 183 ALPHA TAU CHAPTER OF Sigma Delta Tau — “The torch again is kindled ' 5 . . SDT’s invaded fraternity row by moving into their new home in August ... The International Inn saw the presentation of 17 new pledges and the announcement of Artie Mints as Sig Deltas Dream Man . . . SDT placed second in scholarship for sororities . . won the intramural speech contest . . . was second in house decorations for Holiday Season and in the Goat Show poster contest . « . Our activities included: Roberta on Student Council and named to “Who ' s Who”; Alice on Miss Model Pledge Court; Judy and Susan on fraternity courts: Jess in Alpha Lambda Delta. President of Hall Council, and chairman of Women ' s Residence Hall ' s Executive Board; Diane as chairman of the Student Directory; Sheila, as President, and Glenda, as Treasurer, of Sigma Alpha Eta; and Eve as vice-president of Hi 11 el. First Roiv: Roberta Bay a no, Pres. Glenda Abbott Phyllis Ackerman Second Row: Eve Cutler Gail Domin Jessica Dun say Third Row: Dianne Globus Anita Gut nick Louise Heller Fourth Row: Carolyn Margolis Penny Miller Naomi Mogelever Fifth Row: Debbie Schure Karen Seltzer Hannah Skhlar 184 SIGMA DELTA TAU . . . founded at GW in 1961 First Row: Carol Baum Joan Benson Jackie Burris Second Row: Sue Franklin Sheila Fink Pamela Gindin Third Row: Susan Hilzenrath Linda Lodge Marcia Mandt Judith Marcus Fourth Row: Ina Rockman Judith Rogoff Nina Rosoff Judy Schoengold Fifth Row: Naomi Spinrad Ellyn Sladler Lauren Weis berg Alice You n german Our 17 Jewels 185 ZETA CHAPTER OF Highlights of our year ... we honored our Kappa Sig Sweetheart and the Queen of International Night . . . we participated in Big Sis, the Messiah Chorus, the Unb versity Players, the Newman Club, and Alpha Theta Nu . . . we held offices as President of the Spanish Club, President of Alpha Lambda Delta, and Treasurer of the International Students ' Society , . . we excelled by winning the Scholarship Trophy for the second year in a row . . , a good year “down at the rainbow ' s end” , , . First Row: Andrea Arntsen, Pres. Linda Adams Second Row: Ellen Forman Sherry Hastings Third Row: Carol Shelley Nancy Skon 186 SIGMA KAPPA . . .founded at GW in 1906 First Row: Myra Chaplin Alice Conde Second Roio: Monte Leake Barbara Mulliken Third Row: Sandra West Kathy Up degraft Tlie Sigma Kappas of 1965-66 187 BETA ALPHA CHAPTER OF “I Hear the Call of Zeta .. Fall begins with rush and a flourish of weddings. We cook up a Homecoming float — a giant mixer, Dick Sheehan is chosen Z TA Sweetheart during Pledge Formal at the Marriott. The pledges win audience appeal at Goat Show and in December we sweep Holiday Season again . . . “The Girl with the Crown and Shield . . May Day Honors with Student Council awards to Dianne and Andy; Dianne tapped for Mortar Board. Linda chosen for Phi Beta Kappa with Barb and Dianne in Alpha Theta Nu and three spring pledges in Tassels. Dianne served as President of Big Sis and Chairman of Holiday Season w T hen chosen for “Who s Who”. Jeanie honored as a Cherry Tree Queen finalist. First Row: Dianne Alexander, Pres. Diane Bayes Susan Benton Second Row: Lisa Courtis Alan DeCamp Kaye Fontana Third Roiv: Drusilla Macy Barbara Miller Kay Quinn Fourth Row: Peggi Salzer Camille Smith 1 88 ZETA TAU ALPHA . . . founded at GW in 1 924 u Mr. Wonderful, that ' s me!” First Row: Jeanne Carlson Jane Coleman Second Row: Polly Hagan Jean Lesh Third Row: Dena Pomeroy Nancy Rossi Our first co-ed pledge class! 189 190 4 SPORTS Section edited by Ron Blaustein and Letter Blood 191 GW PACED GW vs, Temple . GW opened the 1965 season by defeating the Temple Owls, 21-13. Led by speedy wingback Mike Holloran, who scored the Colonials’ three touchdowns, and Quarterback Garry Lyle’s sparkling runs, the Buff thwarted the Owls’ bid for an upset. GW vs. Citadel, A high scoring offense and alert defensive play highlighted the Colonials’ first South- ern Conference game, GW opened the scoring as Lyle, in his new role as place-kicker, booted a 33- yard field goal. Wingback Holloran continued to rip apart opposition’s defensive lines for long gains and climaxed a Buff drive with a one yard sneak. After Citadel scored on a 70-yard drive, Lyle dove over from the one yard line to make the score GW Quarterback Garry Lyle bangs out first down yardage. Front Row : Good i Mgr j, Stull, Astulfi, Reilly, Lauer, Kun, D’Orazio, Camp ( Coach K McNeil, Lapko, Jensen, Wei pot t, Holloran, Lyle, Second Roic: Never son. Zter IF. Keith, Glass. Metz, Reid, Gaujot, Stryjewski, Davis, Bostic, Cashman, Fletcher, Hester, Keddie, Spolar, Rtcucci, Ccrul. Third Row: Yakin, Humphries, Spurlock, McCall, Ferguson, Schmidt, Kwiecinski, Trent, Olsen, Barton, Swentek, French, Zier Lynch, Hilton, Bad: Row : Dcmelfi (Coach), Frulla (Coach), Brain, Riordon, Shue, Bradshaw, Paszek, CignetU Hankin (Coach ) Buckley (Coach). 192 BY RUSHING ATTACK 17, Citadel, 7. Linebacker Bob Paszek’s interception return for a touch down and Tom Metz ' s nine-yard run for a touchdown finished the romp. GW vs. VML A potent attack and stingy defensive play highlighted the Colonials third straight win. Backs Tom Metz, Jody Glass, and Mike Holloran paced the strong Buff rushing attack, amassing 175 yards VMFs keying on quarterback Lyle enabled Hol- loran and Metz to rush for touchdowns of 18 and nine yards respectively The GW defense sparkled in its first shutout, twice thwarting Keydet bids deep in Colonial terri- tory. VPl’s Bob Owens is hit by Cliff Reid as T Tom Reilly and Norm Neverson trail Reilly was to stumble and receive a broken ankle Bob Sbue cracks for a few tough yards on a trap play as Joe Kun attempts interference 193 INJURIES COSTLY TO GRIDMEN G W vs . VPI. Behind the stellar passing of quarter- back Bob Owens, the Gobbler’s of VPI dealt GW its first defeat, Owens made the first VPI score on a roll-out to give the Gobblers a lead they never relinquished. A 20-yard field goal and a 75-yard touchdown run closed out the scoring for the Gob- blers, The Buff scored its two touchdowns on a pass to Bruce Keith and a two-yard run by Mike Holloran, Tom Metz collars a William and Mary receiver. Co-Captains Doug McNeil and Fred D’Grazio pose with Coach Camp. 194 GW vs. Cincinnati. The Bearcats of Cincinnati ah lowed the Buff only " a field goal by Garry Lyle in defeating GW 13-3. Capitalizing on two GW fum- bles, the Bearcats scored both times. Meanwhile, Hollo ran was rushing for 175 yards and Lyle was completing 10 of 21 passes; but the Cincy defense got tough in their own territory and thwarted most GW drives, GW vs. William and Mary , W M dealt the Colonials their third straight loss, 28-14. Safety man Fred D’Orazio and Tackle John Zier intercepted passes to set up the Buff’s only two touchdowns. Injuries to Tom Reilly, Don Lauer, and Garry Lyle proved crippling to GW in this game, and Homecoming loomed as possible disaster. Dejection is epitomized in Garry Lyle, Mike Holloran sweeps end for touchdown. 195 COLONIALS FOURTH GW vs ♦ Davidson. The Colonial got back on the win- ning track crushing Davidson 23-7. Sophomore Glenn Davis making his second starting appearance before a huge Homecoming crowd, led the Buff to early scores, Tom Metz’s spectacular punt return for a touchdown, and a 23-yard field goal by Lyle completed the romp. GW vs , Furman. Rolling over Furman Paladins 24-7, the Buff kept its hopes up for a division crown Fred Yakin led a spirited defense which completely stifled the Paladins Quarterback Steve Welpott threw an 18-yard touch- down pass to end Larry Cignetti. A 12-yard field goal by Lyle, Mike Holloran’s tenth touchdown run, and a quarterback sneak by Welpott dossed out the potent Colonial offense. Backfieldmen pose before opener with Temple Posing are Lyle, Holloran, Don Lauer and Jody Glass. A1 Kwiecinski leads Lyle for short gain against VPL 196 WITH 4-3 LOG GW lost its final two games to East Carolina and West Virginia. In the East Carolina game GW led by twenty points at the half, only to see the Pirates storm hack to nip the Buff 21-20. Even in loss to West Vir- ginia, the Colonials had some highlights as Tom Metz scored three touchdowns and Jody Glass rushed for over 100 yards. Football Footnotes . The Colonials, picked by many to capture the Southern Conference, finished fourth. Post season honors went to Doug McNeil and Mike Hollo ran, both named as honorable All-American and All-Confer- ence choices. Tom Metz and Steve Lapko were All -League choices. Fred D’Orazio was Second Team, All-Confer- ence, and Garry Lyle won honorable mention. Finally t ie interior line of Jim Jensen, Joe Kun, Ray Spolar, Norm Neverson, and Tom Reilly must be given credit for their unsung efforts throughout the year. Defensive back Bob Schmidt stops a wildcat. Garry Lyle boots a three yard field goal. GW Football Schedule Opponent 21 13 30 14 VMI 0 12 VPI 17 3 13 14 20 23 24 7 20 ...... East Carolina . . . , ....21 24 37 197 INEXPERIENCE PLAGUE9 CAGERS With only one senior returning from last year’s squad, the varsity basketball team struggled to only two vic- tories The Colonial five lost their first four games. GW gave indications of things to come in this early going as they could not generate a consistent offense. Sloppy ballhandling and loose defensive ball also characterized the Colonials. But the Buff fought hack and won successive vic- tories over Furman and Citadel. Paced by the sharp- shooting of Terry Grefe and the clever ballhandling of guard Joe Lalli. GW gave promise of breaking out of its slump. However, the Colonials faced a rocky road to their third victory as they lost twelve straight games. In- cluded was a last place showing in the area big three championship to Georgetown and Maryland. In this span of losses, the starting five could not jell, as is essential to a winning effort. This lack of team unity showed itself as the Buff p layed the league’s ivorst defensive ball, and had the worst field goal percentage. Ed Rdriey " 011 ’ oe a ; erry refe, Second Row: Mike Judy; Mickey Sullivan; Fred Devely; Bob VARSITY LOOKS TO STRONG FROSH Although GW experienced many troubles this year, praise must go to head coach William Rein- hart for molding a reputable five composed of no seniors. Reinhart an accomplished coach in his own right, has in his 23 years stay at G. W., com piled 312 wins and 219 losses. He also doubles as head baseball coach. Any coach must take pride in his former pupils, especially if they have gone on to prominence. Reinhart should be no different. Some of his former pupils include %ed” Auerbach, Joe Gordon, Bob Faris, and Joe Holup, brother of freshman star Ray. Reinhart looks to next year J s varsity to rebound from this year’s poor showing. A strong freshman five and returning members of the present team should provide GW fans with a winning season next year. With finger tip control, Grefe taps the ball in for two points. 20 1 Grimacing Terry Grefe takes a desperation shot. Surprisingly, this year’s cagers averaged 77 points a game. The average total was compiled via a medi- ocre 40 per cent field goal average. The dis- crepancy lies in the excellent 74 per cent free throw average, Lalli led the team with a 17 point aver- age followed by Grefe’s 12 points, and Ed Rainey, Rob Nugent, and Dick Ballard who all averaged about 10 points a game, Jeff DeLong had both the best field goal and free throw percentage at 45 and 87 per cent respectively. Senior Joe Mul lan- defensive ace, also had the second best free throw average at 76 per cent. Mickey Sullivan, last year’s freshman ace, could not quite hit for the good field goal mark, but chipped in with a 76 per cent free throw average. FUTURE GOOD A9 STARTERS RETURN Speedy Joe Lalli drives for a bucket against the Keydets. 202 Leaping Ed Rainey shoots over a West Virginia defender. Nugent nets two points on a fast break. GW 84 Basketball Schedule Opponent 103 80 105 62 100 87 80 95 84 66 . . . William Mary . . 79 74 v.m.i. 97 93 106 81 100 63 99 75 82 81 107 92 V.M.I 109 74 103 79 90 52 81 80 98 V.M.I, guard vainly attempts to block Rail aril ' s jumper. 203 B00TER8 PLACE The George Washington University soccer squad made giant steps in breaking out of its infancy, facing the severe tests of college competition. Under the tutelage of Toni White, the pitchman lost their first two games to strong Loyola and American University contingents. But a big victory over William and Mary set the way for the Southern Conference Tournament, The tournament began well for the kickers as they defeated Fur man and William Mary. But losses to Davidson and eventual winner West Virginia cost the Buff the tournament. In all. the hooters finished third in the conference allowing the fewest number of goals per game. Credit must go to the de- fense of Dave Satter, Tom Lipscomb, and All-League pick John Leaning, Bob Armell, Dave Docherty, Faisel al-Sowayel, and goalie Simon Cargill played outstanding ball for the Buff all year long as soccer looked like it was beginning to take roots at GW. Sam Swaby shows dribbling technique. Front Row: Kimmel, Gambi, Docherty, al-Sowayel, Brief stein, MacDonald, Back Row: Coach White, Armell, Satter, Lipscomb, Swaby, Finch, Cargill, Gazzeli, Leaning. 204 THIRD IN CONFERENCE GW 0 . , i.. 10. . 1., 2 . 2 . 1 . 0 . . Varsity Soccer Opponent .... Loyola 6 . . American 4 William Mary 1 . . . Gaulludet 1 . . . Furman 0 William Mary 0 . . Davidson 2 . West Virginia 1 Contrast is evident between Simon Cargill’s gaze and . . . . . . Coach Tom White ' s intensity viewing game action, 205 Merle Solomon grabs first down pass. DELT8, DI8A8TER8 Delta Tau Delta once again dominated Adeague football by going undefeated in six league games. The Delts knocked off contending SAE, 6-0, in a game that saw the Delts sew up the title. Star quarterback Jim Unger teamed up with end A1 Ashley for long gains throughout the season. Ashley doubled as punter, booming long punts to keep the opposition deep in their own territory. In the Sunday Bdeague X-Fikes banged out a 9-6 victory over ROTC to win the championship. ROTC outplayed the Pikes but could not capitalize once they were in enemy territory. In the Saturday Bdeague the Disasters won league honors with an unblemished record. Delts Rick Kaplan and Mike Locke pressure Adams’ quarterback. 206 DOMINATE FOOTBALL INTRAMURALS Adam Winter and Richard Sachs are about to work a doable reverse. 207 BATSMEN FINISH WITH 9-7 LOG A grimacing Tim Hill strains to reach first base. Led by the hitting of Tim Hill and Mike Holloran, and the pitching and hitting of Jerry Ricucci, the Co- lonials compiled a 4-6 conference record and a 9- overall log. Hill hit ,339 and led the team in doubles. All -Conference centerfielder Mike Holloran hit .359 and Ricucci hit .457 while compiling below a two-point earned run average. The George Washington infield was one of the small- est in the country with Tim Hill at third base, Joe Lalli at shortstop, Joe Mullan at second base, and towering Joe Pignatiello at first base. Catcher Jim Snyder played consistently good ball and won second team All-Conference honors. All- Conference centerfielder Mike Holloran tips a foul off the catcher’s mitt. 208 Bill Pacella, starting Colonial hurler, delivers payoff pitch to Georgeto wn hatter. GfP 5.. 7.. 3.. 6 .. 6 .. 4. . 6 .. 1 .. 3.. 6 . . 3. . 5. . 2 .. 12 . . 12 . . Baseball Schedule Opponent . . . Colgate 1 . . Vermont 4 . . Syracuse 7 Virginia Tech. 3 . .. Trinity 2 . . . Citadel 5 . . . Citadel 4 . Richmond 10 . Richmond 4 . Georgetown 1 . Georgetown 0 , . Davidson 7 , . Davidson 3 Win. Mary 3 Wm. Mary 1 Pact ' lla executes good pitching form in pre-game practice. 209 OARSMEN FOURTH IN NATION GW boatmen begin to pull away from Sl John ' s of New York en route to upset victory. Last year’s crew team was certainly the finest in its young history at GW, finishing fourth in the nation’s small college ranks Winning the Metro- politan Area Championship for the first time by defeating Georgetown, the oarsmen were seeded number one for the Dad Vail Championships in Philadelphia They w r ere upset, however, and fin- ished only fourth of 22 teams. The crew team under the tutelage of coach Harvey Montgomery, sustained only two losses — Navy and Cornell. Rounding out the season, the Colonials beat a strong Drexel and American Uni- versity contingent, and out-rowed traditionally strong St John’s Crewmen Alexander and Elan ski strain in early morning practice 210 Jeff lone poke checks at Georgetown wing during playoffs. The puckmen finished fourth in regular season play The same squad rebounded to become area champs HOCKEY TEAM - METRO CHAMPS The GW hockey team defeated the Canucks to win the area championship. For player-coach 5te%e MacIntyre’s six, victory was sweet. The team’s pros- pects look good for next year’s defense of the crown. GW Ice Hockey Schedule Opponent 8 2 11 7 6 13 1 9 6 19 5 18 Second half of Season GW squad shown before the Eagle encounter. 211 DIVERSITY KEY TO SPRING INTRAMURALS After a good jump, broad jumper sets himself to land. Overtime action sees forwards desperately reaching for the ball. Grapplers struggle in waning moments of contest From ping-pong to softball, 1965 ? s spring intramural season was a highly successful one both in the amount of participation and in the quality of play SAE nipped the Delts to capture the wrestling crown; and AEPi, featuring champion Eddie Berkin, captured the ping-pong championship to round out competition In the spring Phi Sigina Delta and the Delts won the softball crowns in B and A league ball respectively. 212 LINKSMEN FINISH SIXTH; NETMEN, SECOND GW 8 ... 4. . . 9.. . 8 . . , 1 . . 6 .. 3.. 1 .. 4 . 7. . Tennis Schedule Opponent ... Syracuse 1 . . Georgetown 5 . . . Richmond 0 .. .. VMI 1 . . Notre Dame 8 Washington Lee 3 . . . . Virginia 6 . . . Maryland 7 . . . Presbyterian 5 . William Mary 2 GW lost by one point to Davidson in the Southern Conference Tennis Championships to place second. Dan Singer, George Montalvan, Jim Paulson, Tom Morgan, and Stu Leventhal led the netmen. Singer and Montalvan won the doubles crown. George Montalvan and Dan Singer await Davidson serve. Chuck Collett led the duffers in their losing effort at the con- ference tournament. Bob Bowers, Louis Ruvino, and Dick Hamm also competed. Golf Schedule GW Opponent 6% Furman y 2 4 Citadel , . . , , 3 1 — . . Davidson 6 3y 2 ■ — . .- Dartmouth 3y 2 6 American I 2 Ohio 5 7 American 0 3 Georgetown 4 4%, Richmond 2% 0 Virginia Tech, . . , 9 6§4. - William Mary 2% 8 . Davidson ..13 9 .... West Virginia ......... 12 10 East Carolina 11 214 LOOKING BACK Section edited by Helen Clark Copy by Nicole Wissman 215 ORIENTATION ACTIVITIES LEAD But, Mommy, I don’t need a bath! I wonder if there’s time to go to Leo’s. 216 You are getting sleepier , ♦ . sleepier . . soon you will be under my power. INTO THE EXCITEMENT OF . . . - . she said she ' d be wearing a madras skirt. MgiareXj f MS RF i ” xi II rSP 1 IMEi ttifl mi P-i V f 217 Hurry, Ringo, before you lose another shirt! 218 The freshman class gets younger and younger! Sa-ay, how’d you like to go to my pledge formal? JUST TRY HURRYING THE DAY! Take it easy, guys, here he comes now with the key. 219 GREEKS EXTEND AN EARLY „ . and, girls, just look at the mink he gave me. I can ' t wait to get back to the dorm and take off this girdle. And then Goldilocks said to the three bears . , . WELCOME TO FRESHMEN WOMEN It’s a real bargain at only $2.98. The sun shines brightly and the chatter of several hundred girls fills the air with a slight hum. The after noon sun high in the sky, attests to the heavy heat of the day. Other than this, there is very little activity on the still slumbering campus. Fall has not officially come to GW . . this strange bit of activity which seems so unseasonal is the annual sorority rush of George Washington. This year “Rush” was scheduled a week before the opening of school in order to alleviate the confusion which often results from the myriad activities of Orienta- tion Week. Girls are still girls, however, and rush is rush . . . which meant that all went according to schedule, just as it had since the time honored tradition began. After a rather grueling marathon of thirteen “Open House” parties, rushing began in earnest. Skits and costume? were prepared with as much care as a Broadway produc- tion, and the menus equalled those of gourmet restau- rants, With smiles, laughter, and sweet sophistication, the sorority girls beguiled the eager rushees. The week came to an end. bringing with it a bevy of new pledges, and an end to the suspense. 221 Come on, sweetheart . . . FRATERNITY MEN WORK ALL YEAR For many students, the fraternity system of George Washington is a way of life . , . and what a way to live! In each season of the academic year the industrious ni em- bers of GW’s twelve fraternities can be found busily engaged in some project — social or otherwise. The fall heralds the advent of Rush — that frenzied two weeks in which unsuspecting freshman are “wined dined” into brotherhood. Fall is also a time of football games and serenades of the girls 3 dorm. There is a never-ending succession of fraternity parties that acquaints new mem- bers with the social graces and provides a good time for all. Then the semester is officially brought to an end by “Hell week” and initiation. Spring brings fraternity blocks in Student Council elections. Sing, and the sophisti- cated ball known as IFC weekend. Fraternities do have a serious side however, and can be proud of their contributions in areas such as the Blood Drive for [he men in Viet Nam, the adoption of orphans overseas, and an active participation in school activities. Hey, brother, your date’s gone home. 222 You can open your eyes now. 223 " THE KING AND I " OPENS TWO Shall we dance! 224 WEEKS OF HOMECOMING When the nip of fall is in the air, and the leaves have fallen from the trees, a single theme comes to occupy the minds of GW’s students. It isn’t the approach of mid- terms, or Slater’s food or even Saturday night’s frater- nity party. Of course not! It is Homecoming . , that gala event without which fall would not be fall. For us Homecoming began with Fall Concert. Every- one enjoyed the melodic voices of both joe Eddy and Odetta, Then, during the intermission. Sheila Mil- ler, Homecoming Queen for 1965, was presented. Later on that week, activity rose to a feverish pitch as frater- nity, sorority, and independent groups prepared their floats and practiced for the Homecoming Sing. Next, the Homecoming Musical, “The King and 1” (presented in conjunction with the American Light Opera Company) with its beautiful songs and colorful costumes, seemed to announce that Homecoming was really in full swing. All that night, a great many GW students could be seen, crepe paper in shaky hands, putting the finishing touches on their pride and joys . . . and the following morning, those floats looked terrific to us all . . , especially to those of us that were among the sleepless! After a jubilant float parade which led to D.C. Stadium, the enthusiastic crowds cheered the team to victory over Davidson in an exciting game. The Homecoming Dance, that evening, was held in the Armory and was a con- tinuation of the celebration that had been given impetus in cocktail parties held earlier in the evening. The band, Lionel Hampton and El Corals, further enlivened pro- ceedings, and all in all, the dance was a fitting climax to an absorbing and exciting week . . . Homecoming! Joe and Eddy appear on stage at Lisner. Dr. Elliott escorts the new Homecoming Queen, Sheila Miller, back to her seat. 225 Good grief, we covered the fire escape. Homecoming Queen Sheila Miller poses with the members of her court (Diane Detwiler, Doreen McKenna, Pat Jones, and Marion Johnson). 226 . . . I think it ' s almost big enough to cover that hole in the wall The Theta’s toyed with victory PREDICT COLONIAL VICTORY The 2X ' s sail home with a victory. 227 VICTORY DANCE END9 There ' s the ribbon bat — where ' s the bottle? A delighted Mr. Morris puts the garter on Ann Henry, the Lacy Garter Girl. Alt THE HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES What’s this? A zipper? It’s a hard day’s night. Just watch those hands! 229 " HELP! " HERE COMES GOAT SHOW lights dim and the show is on!! In the first rows of the darkened theater sit thirteen clusters of excited girl?, each awaiting a turn on stage- Shouts of approval and laughter greet each group as they appear, and at times, the activity on stage releases an uproar from the audience. After each has performed, the judges confer — the result is a trophy for the top three groups. What is this strange happening that rivals all the theaters of Washington? Why its GW J s annual Goat Show, of course! For the price of a quarter and a can of food you are treated to the satirical skits of the pledge classes of the sororities on campus. This year the theme of Goat Show was “HELP!” and each skit had to include a catch line. Kappa Alpha Theta carried off the trophy for Originality, Zeta Tau Alpha won for Audience Appeal, and Phi Sigma Sigma captured a trophy for Ensemble, Need we say more? 230 Why don’t you use your head for something besides a knife rack? The lovely Theta’s gracefully accept their award. 231 YULE TIME TRADITIONS PROMOTE 232 THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS SEASON 233 1 Would you believe she’s reading Peyton Place? Probability of Failure: f r s+ f 234 235 SNOW ENVELOPS A CITY CAMPUS 236 IV ; i T22 237 CAMPAIGNS END IN PHOTO FINISH STUDENT COUNCIL, 1966-1967 Richard Harrison, president Ralph G rebow, vice president Barbara Bernstein, secretary Murray Levy, treasurer Steve Perlo, activities director Lou Colag uori, program director Robin Kaye, freshman director Greg Millard, Student Union Board chairman Rick Kaplan, publicity director Ned Studholme, Upper Columbian representative Charles Ory, Lower Columbian representative Tom Rogers, School of Government representative Paul Johnson, School of Engineering representative Richard Moock, School of Education representative William Cornwell, Va. rep. no. one Dave Melesco, Va. rep. no. two Richard Lund, Md. rep. no. one Ed Beals, Md. rep. no. two James Zigtar, D.C. rep. no. one John Bralove, D.C. rep. no. two Mike MeElroy, Adams Hall representative Mike Wolly, Crawford Hall representative Paul Panitz, Calhoun Hall representative John Stone. Stro ng Hall representative Boh Detore, Welling Hall representative Christine Murphy, Jessica Dunsay, Tova Indritz, Viki Goff: Women’s Residence Hall representatives Doreen Shaddix, Madison Hall representative 71 ' 1 1 i — , V rC m Skip Gnehm, President of the Student Council for 1965, posts names of current candidates. Every candidate had the opportunity to express his views on student government and policy. Prospective voters discuss the various candidates qualifications and interests Advice on how to use the voting machines was provided by the election committee. Newly elected President of the Student Council for 1956. Rick Harrison, admires his red victory tulips 239 Stop tickling me! Another sneaky move like that before the whistle and , - . It was a struggle, but it was worth it. 240 DERBIES TOP THE PLAYERS Practically as predictable as the coming of spring itself, is the annual Sigma Chi sponsored event called Derby Day; With its advent, the sorority women of GW’s campus drop their books, and exchange their feminine attire lor cuttoffs and sweatshirts to participate in a day of fun in the sun — or rain, as the case may be. This year Derby Day was more hectic than ever, for the Sigma Chi’s and the sorority had the rain to con- tend with . . and the mud which followed as a natural result. Spirits were not dampened, however, and the Sigma Chi’s sporting their traditional bow ties and der- bies, led the girls through a wide variety of activities which included everything from rickshaw races to lemon bobbing in a pool covered with whipped cream. Even though the last events were cancelled due to the weather, winners were determined and the day came to a soggy end, leaving Delta Gamma in first place. Kappa Kappa Gamma in second, and Kappa Alpha Theta in third. Advertisement can get to the bottom of any problem. Ann Twilley (first on right), Miss Venus for 1965, poses with her court and Carol Lang, (left to right) Nancy Broyhill, Linda Moore, Barbara Bernstein, 241 BEAUTIFUL CO-EDS COMPETE FOR 242 ELUSIVE GOLDEN TROPHIES 243 Acting President CoJcIough crowns Miss Kate Buddy May Queen for 1965. Can’t you tell we vc switched to Crest? These lovelies show why the GW woman is . , , 244 TALENT FOLLIEQ MAY DAY May Day Follies at George Washington this year served as an honors night and talent show for the whole University. The evening began with the announcement of the May Queen for 1965. Miss Kate Buddy. Her court included Lois Barder and Nancy BroyhilL Many awards were presented for all types of service and out- standing contribution to the University. Among these were awards presented to Dr, Robert H. Harmon. Peter P. Hill, and Vice-President John A. Brown as outstand- ing faculty members. Colonial Booster awards went to Kappa Delta and Phi Sigma Kappa. The University Play- ers Thespian Award w r ent to Ron Scheraga and Stan Baritz. Lois Barder and Hugh Heclo were named Out- standing Senior Woman and Man, respectively. Also highlighting the evening was talent from both individual and group performers. Bob and Evelyn Blanar won first place in the individual competition, and Delta Gamma won first place in the group division. But, Grandma, what big teeth you have. noted for her beauty, talent and brains. Dr. Harmon listens attentively as he Is serenaded hy the GW Troubadours. 245 The coining of May brings a strange phenomenon to GW’s sunlit, concrete campus. The sober, upright citi- zens of academia unwind a little and take time from their intensive, intellectual pursuits to join the congenial throng in a festive cruise down the Potomac. Colonial Cruise, as it is called, harbors such pleasant memories for us all! We remember with joy that crowded sundeck. the scorching sun and whipping wind ... the warm friendships inspired on blankets brought for the occasion, the mosquitos, the empty chicken buckets, soggy sandwiches, and warm beer. Yes, Colonial Cruise, that day of warm-hearted frivolity, holds a special place in the hearts of all GW students. The wholesome fun generated from such an event will linger long after the day is ended. QTUDENTS MAKE MERRY ON GW ' S Are you sure this is the right day? 246 What a coincidence, we’ve lost our dates too. 247 AMUSEMENTS FILL THE PARK Another loss like this and we swim home. Baby. I see Dick. Wave, Dick, wave. m i M pp; fig Sp I mm } m m 4 US 248 . , . and they failed me in driver’s training. I wonder if I could ditch this crowd. 249 SPRING ' S CAMPUS 250 BLOSSOMS WITH YOUNG LOVE 251 G W GTUDENTS WEAR THEIR OWN BRAND OF INDIVIDUALITY 253 ■■ COMMENCEMENT: President Elliott delivers the principal address following hie inauguratior as president February 21, 1966, in Constitution Hall. Dr. Elliott, left, with Board Chairman E. K, Morris. Dr, Elliott wears a medallion of the great seal of the University. The Academic Procession. Left to right: Dean Alexander Mason of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, President Elliott, Board Chairman E. K. Morris, and President Emeritus Cloyd H Marvin. 254 LLOYD H. ELLIOTT INAUGURATED A8 1 4th PRESIDENT February 22 , 1966, President Elliott greets guests on the stage of Lisner Auditorium at the reception arranged by the Trustees and Faculty, The Faculty welcomes Dr. and Mrs, Elliott to the University. 255 Jo make every occasion important say: " Meet me at The Mayflower " i Ae cMayffoi er tONHHlliCut AVENUE at 0 l LtS srnttr C«n |l)i| Ai ' » D C FLOWERS BY WIRE DELIVERY Bouquet Stjnii Jfflnrtat We Grow Flowers MADGE $. HAYNES Phone 333-1907 1907 Eye Street, N, W, Washington 6, D. C, Well . . . they were better last year. From A Friend Fine Italian Food LUNCHEON COCKTAILS DINNER STUDENTS-IN A HURRY? BRING YOUR DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY TO S Wt FTS 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING Dry Cleaners Launderers CORNER 18th " F " ST. N.W. Open 6 Days a Week ME 8-1768 256 OPPORTUNITY STANLEY S. TELCHIN C.L.U. BENJAMIN P. GOLDFADEN NICHOLAS SMART The life insurance business has given these six G. W. grads an opportunity for personal growth and success. Their competence and their professional service to their clients has enabled them to lead our organization to a position of prominence in the industry. Call us for personal or business life in- surance and financial planning. Or if you are seeking a career or contemplating a new one, call any one of these men about opportunities with our organization. WILLIAM J. JACOBY, JR. C.L.U. JOHN B. MAGUIRE BRUCE G. LYNCH CHESTER R. JONES, C.L.U. ASSOCIATES of the MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Springfield, Massachusetts The Freudberg Building 4201 Connecticut Avenue, N. W. Washington, D. C. 244-4300 257 COLUMBIA PIKE and SO. GLEBE ROAD ARLINGTON, VA. JA. 4-8700 258 Don ' t you wish everyone used Dial? RIGGS CLEANERS LAUNDERERS ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING PRESSING WHILE-U-WAIT ALTERATIONS PLANT ON PREMISES 1924 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W, No Extra Charge for Cleaning Specials Phone 338-8377 GOLD LIQUOR STORE 2501 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. " Your Campus Cut-Rate Store " " Keg Beer Our Specialty " 965-1400 965-1401 LITTLE VIENNA RESTAURANT 2122 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW 30 Years Serving Better Food 259 ROGER SMITH HOTEL 18th and Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. PHONE 298-7200 Closest Hotel to GW Campus Excellent Hotel Accommodations Two Blocks From the Campus Breakfast Lunch Dinner Steak House for Specialty Items Barber Shop Beauty Parlor PAUL L. BRAND SON Audio-Visual Equipment Films 2153 K St., N. W. Washington, D. C. 20037 337-1800 Sales — Rentals — Service Congratulations to the Graduating Class From LEO at the DELICATESSEN • Sandwiches 2133 G Street, N.W, For over half a century 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 Printers 1217 G STREET, NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, D. 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NA 8-6887 photographers for the 1966 CHERRY TREE OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 12:30: Serving only the very finest 1615 Rhode Island Ave. N W, ® 296-77 0 DANCING ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY tn the new downtown Holiday Inn Free Yale Parting After 6 P.M Credit Cords Honored NBC Interviews President Elliott eoncernig the Sigma C hr blood drive 270 1966 CHERRY TREE BOOSTERS AUTOMOBILES Rosenthal Chevrolet Columbia Pike and So, Glebe Rd, See page 258 BANKS The Rijgs National Bank See Page 261 BEVERAGES Pepsi Cola See page 263 BOOK STORES The G. W. U. Bookstore See page 265 CATERERS A, R. A, Slater See page 264 CLEANERS Dave ' s One Hour Martmizlng 20th and Pennsylvania Ave. N. W. See page 266 Riggs Cleaners and Launderers 1924 Pennsylvania Ave., N W. See page 259 Swift ' s Corner 18th and , ' F ,, ( N. W. See page 256 CONTRACTORS Chas. H. Tompkins Co. 1325 E Street, N, W. See page 262 DELICATESSENS Leo ' s G, W, Delicatessen 2133 G Street, N- W, See page 260 DRUG STORES Park Lane Pharmacy 2029 I Street, N. 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Campus Club 1912 G Street, N. W, See page 267 Hot Shoppes See page 266 Little Vienna Restaurant 2122 Pennsylvania Ave., N, W. See page 259 Marrocco ' s 1911 Pennsylvania Ave., N, W. See page 256 Old Angus f 807 H Street N. W, 1615 Rhode Island Ave, N. W See page 270 Quigley’s Corner 2 1st G Streets, N. W, See page 258 Varsity Inn 1927 G Street N. W. See page 262 SAFES The Saf am aster ' s Company Inc, 1210 23rd Street, N. W. See page 267 TRANSPORTATION Airport Transport 12th and K Streets, N, W, See page 262 TROPHIES All American Awards Manufacturers, Inc. 1 1 301 Grandview Avenue, Wheaton, Maryland See page 268 UNIFORMS Franklin Uniform Company 900 llth Street, N. W. See page 267 271 THE EDITOR WISHES TO THANK THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR HELP WITH THIS YEARBOOK: GW PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE INTRAMURALS DEPARTMENT ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ALPHA KAPPA PSI BUSINESS FRATERNITY AFROTC SUSIE BENTON LARRY BROADWELL PAULA GROBMAN GWEN LAW ANNABEL McCAULEY DENNIS NASH MARILYN NORRIS STEVE SIMON NICOLE WISSMAN 272 DOES KI T CIRCUIT


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