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PHI SIGMA DELTA
NEIL GOLDSTEIN. President
NAPOLEONS, senoritas, caballeros and sultans livened up Phi Sigma Delta's annual costume party. Not to be outshone, the Phi Sig’s spring and winter formals were top events on the social calendar.
Aim of the fraternity is to promote brotherhood through scholastic, athletic and social activities.
Converting "Hell" Week into Help Week, pledges handled odd jobs at the Variety Children’s Hospital and distributed candy and cookies at a Christmas party for Cardiac Home children.
In intramurals the Alpha .etas were hard to top. The chapter won fourth place raring with championships in handball and ping pong.
Wearing the crest of Phi Sigma Delta are such national personalities as Robert Q. Lewis, radio-TV star; Lorenz Hart, songwriter; playwright Sidney Kingsley, and Joseph Mankiewicz, movie prexiucer.
Local officers were Neil Goldstein, president; Don Rechler, vice president; Edward Bell, secretary, and Irwin Braunstein, treasurer.
Founded nationally at Columbia University, New York, in 1909, Phi Sigma Delta has grown to 27 chapters.
UNIQUE OUTFITS AT THE PHI SIG MASQUERADE PARTY AT BLACK CAESAR S FORGE ALSO FEATURED NIGHT-SHIRTED MAMBO DANCE
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PHI KAPPA TAU: Front row: 8«n Oiking, John Bookman, Dick Enrione. John Centiiano, George V«iu. Ken Rytkamp. Second row: Williem Haim, Albert Chicckine. Sam lafranco. Henry Amoon, George Harriton. Mercut Ettert, William Reel. Third row: Anthony DiPadova, Paul Hefti, Chatter Dombowtki, Joteph Page, George Cholakit, Joteph Chamblitt.
PHI TAUS and their dates enjoy a private Christmas party. Gaily-wrapped gifts were more often jokes than soriout.
WHITEY ROUVIERE, Phi Kappa Tau member and grid star, serves as Delta Gamma cheerleader at the Powder Bowl.
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PHI SIGMA DELTA: Front row: Seymour Israel, Irwin Braunttein, Noil Goldstein, Edward 8ell. Don Rechler. Joy Linn. Socond row. Leslie Silver-man, Seymour Levin, Stanley Rabinowitz, Gerald Curley, Danny Gordon. Bruce Tucker, Arthur Kroll. Third row: William Poznak. Joel Siegel. Donald Laiarui, Bertram Rosenberg, Paul Gottlieb. Milton Goldberg, Gerald Silverman. Fourth row: Larry Orenttein, Jack Wohl, Norman Cohen, Eugene Levin, Marvin Epitoin, Robert Schneider, Donald Gilbert.
APACHE DANCERS abandon aII reserve and begin a DIGGING INTO all that food are tables-full of Phi Sigs
modern-day jitterbug during a Phi Sigma Delta party. and their be-costumed dates. That food sure looks good.
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