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Gamma Eta Chapter


Washington University
Founded: June 2, 1951
Status: In-Active

 

 

Chapter History

Washington University was chartered in 1857 and moved to its present campus in 1905. Louis R. Goluck, IIT '46, transferred to Washington University in 1948, and organized the chapter. The group was organized in the Spring of 1950; membership was eight men at the end of the school year. Development accelerated in Fall 1950, and the Gamma Eta Chapter was chartered on June 2, 1951. Past Grand Senior President Wilbur H. Cramblet, Yale '12, was the principal speaker at the installation; Grand Senior President Lloyd Cochran, Penn '20, presented the charter. An apartment adjacent to campus was used as a meeting facility. The chapter initiated seventy-three members before closing. The chapter newsletter was "Gamma Leta."


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