Looks valid to me. He's probably using WEP with Open Authentication.
Here's an example of how to connect to it if DHCP is not working quite right.
If you can't ping Google after that, try doing command #2 twice in a row before moving on to set your IP. My card does that sometimes /shrug. Also keep in mind that you need to know the router's IP.
ifconfig (wireless interface) up
iwconfig (wireless interface) essid (network name) key 03:64:10:86:01
ifconfig (wireless interface) (unused IP address)
route add default gw (router IP) (wireless interface)
echo nameserver (router IP) > /etc/resolv.conf
Common IP's include:
Hope that helps