The Delta Chi Quarterly - Summer/Fall 2000

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Delta Chi Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

A Gem of the Hills Brother Bill Meehan, Jacksonville State ’71 becomes JSU’s 11th President page 2


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acksonville State University started in 1883 with a two-story brick building, twelve acres and three instructors. It has evolved now, 117 years later, into a modern, regional university serving northeast Alabama on a 318-acre campus with 58 buildings and three off-campus centers. This evolution has happened under the watchful eyes of only ten presidents. The eleventh is Brother William Meehan, JSU ’71. Brother Meehan has that uncanny ability to put you at ease the second you talk to him. The southern drawl relaxes you, the pride in his institution comes across when he discusses JSU, and if it is possible to “hear” a smile, you can with him. He has the confident, content demeanor of a man who is truly doing what he loves. Meehan started his career at JSU as a student in 1968, was initiated into Delta Chi in 1970 and graduated with a degree in biology in 1972. At that time most jobs for biology graduates were in medicine or environmental work. The economic times dictated that President Nixon freeze all federal environmental jobs and Brother

George Wallace, governor of Alabama at the time, was forced to do the same in the state. So, Brother Meehan started to teach at Christian Heritage School in Birmingham, a small school where he taught science to middle school and early high school students. His career there lasted two years until he took a job as an account executive with Motion Industries, a distributor of bearings, drives, fluid and pneumatic equipment. In an interview

Cover Photo: Dr. Bill Meehan speaks at his inaugural ceremony while his wife, Beth (in red dress) looks on. 2 ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

By Steve Bossart, Kent State ’90

with the JSU alumni magazine Gem of the Hills, he called that “the hardest year I’ve ever spent.” He “sat in a room and handled accounts all over the world, and the room didn’t even have a window. They are a great company but I had to get out of there.” It was back to JSU in August of 1975 for Dr. Bill, as he is called by the JSU community. “I finished in 1976 with a Masters of Science in Biology,” he said. “I had all intentions of leaving. I had two job offers, one in Mobile, Alabama with the health department and the other working at UAB in leukemia research. “I had worked as a graduate assistant for Dr. Theron Montgomery (who later became president) and he asked me to come back. The University gave me an opportunity to stay here and teach, which I did starting in January of 1977.” He became director of academic advising, then assistant to the vice president for academic affairs in 1981, associate vice president for academic affairs in 1998 and acting vice president for institutional advancement in 1998. He was sworn in as the eleventh president of JSU on July 1, 1999. “Most of the people who go into higher education to teach, really don’t have aspirations to be a university president,” Meehan said. “But the opportunities were there and I have a deep love for this institution so it was a natural progression.” When asked about a typical day, Meehan laughed. “I sign my name more than anything. My name has to go on everything. I should get paid by the signature, or by the hour,” he says laughing. “I would accept either one. It is a lot of long days, but it is still a lot of fun working on

a college campus. If I had to design my own environment, it would be a college environment. You’ve got a community that is interested in learning, exciting things are happening, it is a great place to be, aesthetically too, you have the beauty of a college campus that you can’t argue with. And it does keep you young, no matter what the age, you are never too old to learn, and I am still learning.” Dr. Meehan sees changes in higher education today. He cited a change in demographics where in Alabama, for example, the traditional 18-year old population will be flat through 2010. Meehan said their challenge is to find new ways to attract and to increase the traditional aged population on a campus that is almost half residential. He also said they have to look at new ways to provide instruction to the non-traditional markets. One aspect of college life that Meehan has strong feeling for is the Greek system. He joined Delta Chi in 1969 because some

“... if it is possible to ‘hear’ a smile, you can with him.” of his good friends from junior high and high school had encouraged him to do so. “I liked what I saw,” he said. “They made me feel good, made me feel welcome, and that camaraderie and that brotherhood was very important to me. And I still keep up with some of my friends from my time in Delta Chi. The socialization experiences and opportunities for leadership helped prepare me for my career. Organizational skills, learning how to get along with people, how to set goals and objectives and then work with others to make them reality, all of those things helped me tremendously. “If I had to say one thing, one word, that best describes my fraternity experi-

Inside the Quarterly Volume 97 Number 1

Summer/Fall 2000

2 A Gem of the Hills 4 Campus Scene 13 Chapter Luminaries

15 Keeping in Touch 15 Farewell & Parting 16 Chapter Directory

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den problem among the independent students. Greeks gather together and often times if you see a big party, people will think it is a Greek party, but it is a problem for people in college whether you are an athlete, in a fraternity or sorority or an independent student.” When not facing the rigors of running a major university, Brother Meehan enjoys spending time with his family. He and his wife, Beth, have twin boys, Will and Drew and a 17 month old daughter, Carol Grace. “Oftentimes I will say goodbye to them in the morning and my wife, Beth, will say “kiss daddy goodbye” because you won’t see him again until tomorrow morning,” Meehan said. “By the time I get home after the night time activities of speaking or attending this or that, they are already in bed. I sure enjoy spending time with them, though.” In an article in the JSU alumni magazine, Meehan called himself a “people person” and said he would like to be remembered as someone “who really likes people.” Spoken like a man who is truly content. There is no doubt Jacksonville State University will gain a great deal from having Bill Meehan as its eleventh president. There is also little doubt that Brother Meehan will gain a great deal from being that eleventh president. It should be fun to watch. ence, it would be relationships. They have lasted a lifetime. I still have other friends I keep in touch with from time to time, but not as much as the Delta Chi Brothers.” “The Fraternity system as a whole still adds value to the college education because it provides leadership opportunities that you can’t get in the classroom,” he continued. “My challenge to the students at JSU is they have to excel academically as well as socially. I want to see that happen in the Greek system here.” His advice to students: get involved. “Don’t lose the opportunity to get involved in fraternities or sororities or other clubs and organizations when you get on campus,” he encouraged. “It is the one time in life when you have this single organization like JSU with a budget of $72 million and 800 employees, faculty, staff and everyone, that is totally dedicated to making the future brighter for the people that are here. Don’t lose that opportunity. That is probably the thing that frustrates me the most, when I see students not taking advantage of what the college or university has to offer.” Dr. Bill then addressed the alcohol problem on campus. “Alcohol is probably one of our top social problems that we have on campus and many colleges have that as well,” he said. “We are doing many educational activities to try to combat that. I do not see it as a bigger problem among Greek students. I think it is more of a hid-

Delta Chi in the Lead at JSU In addition to Bill Meehan, there are other Delta Chi members in leadership positions at Jacksonville State University. James F. Storey, ’63 was elected President of the Jacksonville State University Foundation in April of this year. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting from JSU in 1968. While he was on campus, he was instrumental in forming Delta Chi, the first social fraternity on campus. Storey has served on the Alumni Board of Trustees for Delta Chi at JSU and Auburn University. He is a shareholder in the largest accounting firm in Etowah County—Hindsman, Hall & Storey, P.C., Certified Public Accountants in Gadsden. Brother Storey is a member of numerous civic and professional organizations, including the American Institute of CPA’s and the Alabama and Georgia Societies of CPA’s. He and his wife, Sherry, reside in Gadsden. “Jim has been like an older brother over the years,” Bill Meehan said. “He was on the Alumni Board of Trustees when I was an undergraduate and I am glad to see him take over the reigns of the Foundation. Don Martin and Roger Whitaker are also part of the Foundation. These are people who have gotten involved and care about the institution. That leadership transcends the undergraduate experience. People that are going to be involved at a campus after they leave are the same ones who are involved when they are undergrads.” Donald Martin, ’71, was the president of the freshman class at JSU in 1967 and later served in various offices in the Student Government Association. He graduated from JSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is currently a member of

the Jacksonville State University Foundation Board. Don, his wife Margaret Ann and their 13-year-old daughter Anna live in the Atlanta area where Don started DBM Properties in 1987. They specialize in charming, vintage apartment buildings built between 1900-1940, mostly in the quaint, in-town neighborhoods of Atlanta. Roger Whitaker, ’75 is also a Delta Chi and member of the Foundation Board at JSU. He served the chapter as Treasurer in 1974 and that lead him into a career in accounting, first with Ernst and Young in Atlanta. He left public accounting to work for one his clients, Haverty’s, a publicly held furniture store chain headquartered in Atlanta, eventually becoming CFO of the company. He and his wife, Debbie, returned to Huntsville, Alabama in 1995 where he is employed by Plastic Fusion and they live with their two teenage sons. Terry Casey ’93 is currently the Director of Student Activities. Besides his Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance, he obtained his Masters of Science in Counseling from JSU in 1994. He served as the IFC Advisor (’93-’94), and currently serves on the chapter’s ABT. In 1999 he was awarded the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference Advisor of the Year. Terry and his wife Windy reside in Jacksonville with their son Colin. The presidential trifecta was completed when Don Killingsworth was elected to the position of Student Body President for the 1999-2000 school year. When Brother Storey was elected president of the Foundation, there were also Delta Chis as president of the University and of the Student Body. Brother Killingsworth graduated in 1999 with a degree in geography and a minor in history. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Counseling while serving as SGA adviser. ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 3


CAMPUS SCENE APPALACHIAN STATE

BRYANT

We placed second overall in Greek Week, in which we won the basketball championship. Formal was wonderful, as we took over Charleston, S.C. for a weekend. Fundraising was also a priority, as Reggie Hairston and Matt McKenzie DJ’d at a local club to raise money for the fraternity.

This spring, we took an active role in White Ribbon Week which is an entire week dedicated to men educating men on the abuse of women. Next was our annual Swing-a-Thon philanthropy. This year we added two hours to our total swing time so we now swing for 26 straight hours. We pulled together to raise over $750 for cancer research. We then donated a $500 Japanese red maple to the school in memory of Professor Pedro Beade who died earlier in the semester. Next, we worked with Student Senate to plan a charity softball game with a local radio station. We won the game 28 to 2 and managed to raise over $200 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Finally, we have been selected from all the organizations at Bryant to run the opening torch for the Special Olympics. This is a fifteenmile run, starting in Providence and ending on campus. Robert Mancusi won Greek Man of the Year for his work with the Fraternity and on campus. Michael Gambel was chosen Outstanding New Member for all of Greek

BALL STATE We continue to have one of the largest associate classes. This fall we will be initiating our 1000th member. We remain among the top four fraternities in size. Scholastically, we moved into the top seven. This year at grand chapter, we were the recipients of the All-Greek philanthropic award. We continue to excel in philanthropy, with canned food drives, in which we participate with the Delta Zetas each year, as well as our hog roast and Habitat for Humanity. We also received an award for Greek Excellence.

BEHREND We celebrated our tenth anniversary at our White Carnation Formal in March. We had an excellent turn-out with most of our alumni returning. We also had a distinguished guest, “AA” Bill Williams. On behalf of Delta Chi, he presented us with a Ten Year Anniversary plaque. We also initiated Pi Class, our largest in eight years. The IFC and Panhellenic Council put on our first annual Greek Awards Convocation. The guest speaker for the event was “AA” Bill Williams. Out of thirteen awards we walked away with ten. The winner of the Male Greek Legend Award went to “B” Kevin Mink. We have a new E-board with a lot of zeal and pride. We are also working to help IFC. Two of our brothers now hold IFC executive positions, Mike Peterson, Vice President of Special Events, and Thom Orlando, Treasurer. 4 ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

life. Because of all the hard work we did this year, we were chosen as the Fraternity of the Year. We had our alumni weekend with alumni from as far back as our Founding Fathers showing up to enjoy the weekend and the annual golf outing. The chapter looks great and is moving in the right direction. We initiated a total of 10 men throughout the year.

CAL POLY This year we initiated thirteen and, by moving into a new residence, increased the number of brothers living in the house from eight to nineteen. Over the course of the year we have steadily been making improvements to the property. Last fall we celebrated our ten-year chartering anniversary and in the spring we held our annual alumni golf tournament. The Greek system is preparing for deferred rush, which is starting in the fall.

Kelly attended to present us with a 10th anniversary plaque. The night contained fine dining and entertainment enjoyed by all. Speeches were given by alumni who reminisced about their times at Clemson and spoke of how delighted they are with the growth of the chapter. Speakers included Beta Class president Moody Behery, and ABT members Bill Barnes and Mark Taylor. The night also included a humorous slide show of moments throughout our existence. On May 1st we were removed from social probation by the University and we look forward to this fall. We won the “Director’s Cup” where we dominated intramurals in volleyball and flag football, earning the most points for five different championships, taking first place in all. This spring we organized a charity event for the American Cancer Society called “Relay for Life” where we raised over $1,200.

CLEMSON On April 21st, we held our 10th anniversary banquet at the Greenville Hilton. Not only did more alumni show up than any past banquet, but Regent Bert

The Delta Chi Colony’s house at James Madison University.

CONNECTICUT We were voted “Best Fraternity to Join” by the student population for a campus-wide publication about the univer-


sity. We have continued working with Habitat for Humanity and CPTV, while trying to find other ways to give back to the community. We also contributed 95 hours to a university sponsored dance marathon which helped raise $14,000 to benefit the children’s hospital. Our basketball and softball teams dominate, while the rest of our teams are not far behind. We have 2 members in student government, one of whom was voted vice-president. In the fall we had our annual homecoming alumni picnic with over 100 alumni coming back. We are currently rebuilding our pledge program and creating an ABT.

EASTERN ILLINOIS Greek Week began with an awards banquet to recognize outstanding individuals and chapters. “A” Justin Mueller and “E” Joe Geocaris were recognized with the award for “Top Ten Greek Men” on campus. As the evening progressed we received the “Outstanding Community Service Program” award for the second consecutive year. We were also recognized as the fraternity with the “Outstanding Scholarship Program.” To conclude the awards night, “BB” James Price was given the honor of “Outstanding Fraternity Advisor.” This night did not end the success for Delta Chi. Later in the week, Bob Carlson was crowned Greek King. The week continued as Delta Chi made a showing in every event. Among the remaining highlights, we took third in the Pyramids race and our Big Men took third in the annual Tug of War competition.

FREDONIA This spring we did lots of work in our community, including Buffalo News Kids Day and visiting different nursing homes. Helping out the United Way of Northern Chautauqua, we did a lot of painting for them. Some of us helped raise money for MDA, by being auctioned off in Rent a Gent. We were also involved with Superdance, which raised over $10,000 for MDA.

The Livingston Brothers in front of their house. Over the year we brought in 19 guys. Our numbers are getting better each year. One last thing, we would like to wish Dan Richter a lot of luck with his new job as a Leadership Consultant with Delta Chi.

GANNON As a result of having gone from having one of the worst GPA’s to the highest, we received the Greek Scholarship Award at this year’s Founder’s Day Awards. We have brothers involved in the Student Government Association as well as representatives on IFC. Through hard work we managed to have the largest associate member class again this semester. Greek Week was a nail biter; we fought from behind all week. Finally it was announced that Delta Chi won the overall Greek Week and Daniel Shanafelt won Greek God. On April 8th we had our 29th annual White Carnation formal and had our best alumni showing over the last few years, which made this formal a rousing success. To end this outstanding semester we participated in Springtopia with Alpha Gamma Delta. Our booth for the three day event was a Dunking Booth to raise money for the Beth Carr Cancer Fund, together we raised over $200.

HOBART With the recent addition of a pool table in our parlor and wooden lounge chairs for our

front porch, our house is now complete. Improvements to the house were made possible by generous donations from alumni such as Stuart Piltch and hard work from the brothers. We are also proud to say that we completely dominated every event in the annual Hobart College “Greek Week.” Led by the phenomenal athletic skills of John Ryan, Rob Pisanelli and Kevin Leonardo, Delta Chi took first place in the basketball and bowling competitions. Our Spring Weekend for brothers and alumni included a date party and concluded at the Hobart/Princeton lacrosse game.

IDAHO Back in good standing with both Delta Chi and the University, we initiated twelve men in early March. Philanthropic events continued with our semi-annual Highway Clean and Inland Northwest Blood Drive. Although final results are not yet available we are looking to finish in the top five in both grades and intramurals. Parents’ Weekend went especially well this year, as over 75% of the parents were in attendance. Our charity auction raised a record $2500 this year, with proceeds going to our Adopt-a-Room Program. Our 65th Annual Pirates Dance found its usual success again this year, giving us all a chance to unwind.

ILLINOIS Fall rush boasted a large turnout and we welcomed 32 men. Special thanks go out to Don Flood ’84, Keith Freuhling ’90, Marty Lockmiller ’87, Scott Christensen ’84, Delph Gustitus ’84, and the Alumni Board for all their time, commitment, and patience with making this rush such a success. Special thanks should also go to Corey Shigematsu, Director of Programming for Delta Chi, Craig Jackson, and Lisa McGivern, both Assistant Deans of Greek Affairs, for their assistance in the rush developmental program. We look forward to seeing our alumni attend this year’s Homecoming and Founders’ Day events on the weekend of October 13-14th. We would like to launch a new AlumniActive Internship Program, which we hope will prove successful in creating a strong Alumni-Active bond and develop future business leaders. In addition to this program, we would like to also update our alumni database with current contact information - including address, phone number, and email - so we can send out a monthly newsletter relating current and upcoming events involving our chapter. Please e-mail this information and inquiries about the AlumniActive Internship Program to bmalexan@uiuc.edu. We took second place overall in the Delta Gamma Anchor ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 5


Of all the work that has been done and all that the colony has accomplished, the greatest is the two associate member classes we initiated. The members of our Alpha and Beta classes have helped our colony to grow and have not only learned from the founding members but have taught the founding members just as much about brotherhood and what it means to be Delta Chi. As for Delta Chi at James Madison, we are heading to the top!

KANSAS STATE

Minnesota alumni gather at the house for last fall’s Homecoming. Splash, which raised money for the aid of visually impaired children. Our own philanthropic projects involved volunteer work for after school programs at the Salvation Army for needy children and working with Habitat for Humanity to build a house for a homeless family. We have also made it a requirement for all actives to do at least two hours of community service in order to give back to the university and the surrounding community. In intramurals we took second in flag football, volleyball league and softball with a third place in soccer.

INDIANA Delta Chi held the pole position for this year’s running of the 50th Little 500. Many Delta Chi riders of the past came down to celebrate the events of the weekend. This included an alumni race on Saturday morning which featured many of the riders who have helped Delta Chi capture its record setting eight championships. Delta Chi had 16 alumni riders, the most of any fraternity. The weekend culminated in the 50th running of the men’s race on Saturday afternoon in which we finished fourth out of 32 teams. Everyone surrounding Delta Chi was proud for what the team had accomplished this year. The chapter was also happy to see so many members from the past come down to enjoy the festivities. 6 ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

Some of the events included a silent auction, an alumni brunch and a cookout after the race in which many guys talked about their years at Indiana.

JAMES MADISON COLONY It was a little over a year ago when JMU first heard the name Delta Chi. In late January, there were ads in the school paper and flyers in every building asking students to come out and learn more. Shortly after the first informational meetings, the founding fathers of the colony signed bids. Later that same semester we placed second in Greek Week. This was our first chance to get our name out. Since then, we have expanded into the campus. We have a completely furnished house on Greek Row. We also have members in many different organizations and clubs. We have been successful in intramural sports and have again placed second in this year’s Greek Week. This past year has proven to be a tremendous boost to the colony. We co-sponsored our first major philanthropy this year, which raised money for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. This event paid off in several ways; we raised money for charity, built stronger relations with other Greek organizations as well as furthering our relations with non-affiliated students.

Upon returning from winter break we elected a new executive board and in February had the honor of hosting the Region IV leadership conference. With national officers and chapters from across the northern midwest attending, the conference featured a new format and program. Thanks to everyone who attended and helped make it a successful conference. We once again had one of the strongest associate member classes, initiating 11 men. We have also become one of the first Delta Chi chapters to institute the KEY program. Socially we have kept busy as well, holding functions with Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Xi Delta, and Pi Beta Phi, in additions to two date parties. We are paired with Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta Delta Delta for Homecoming 2000. On April 15 we held our annual Mom’s Day banquet and auction. The turnout this year was the largest ever, and the auction brought in over $3500 for the KSU Delta Chi Educational Foundation. The following day was our philanthropy, Earthball, held with Kappa Kappa Gamma where we raised $1600 in donations for the Manhattan Emergency Shelter. To finish out the year we all headed to the course for Hackfest, our alumni golf tournament. Luckily the weather turned out great and everyone got to spend a fun day with old friends. We also plan to institute a Big Brother/Little Brother program between our alumni and active members, that will

hopefully provide alumni with another strong link back to the chapter. Moreover, we hope it will provide individual members with a mentor to help them through their college careers.

KETTERING-B This past fall saw changes issued from IFC in rush at Kettering. Rush was stretched out over our entire term of 12 weeks instead of the usual two weeks at the beginning. This was in hopes that it would give fraternities a better chance to actually get to know the freshmen before giving them a bid to join. We were also able to boost our grades from being the lowest to third highest. This was an improvement of 1.439 points bringing us to an 86.202. We were even able to beat the all fraternity average of 85.904. A new unconventional committee has been started this spring term to help out with chapter morale - Fun Committee. Usually, after our meetings on Monday, a few brothers organize a fun event that costs as little as possible. Examples of events we have done are midnight bowling and going out for donuts followed by bouncing on a trampoline. All events are completely optional, but we have found attendance to be excellent and morale seems to have improved already. Finally, a special thanks to our ABT and Housing Corporation, especially Mike McCleary, Scott Doudna, and Marcus Wild. They have put a great deal of time and effort into our many housing options, and the newly started Alumni Mentoring Program. Thank you.

LSU In February, we hosted the Regional Conference and were able to meet some of our brothers from neighboring chapters. We also had the privilege of meeting and spending time with “AA” Bill Williams, who attended the conference. We teamed up with Delta Zeta for Greek Week activities and placed second overall. Our softball team also placed second in campus-wide intramurals and


first in the fraternity league. The team also played well in Tri-Delta’s “Triple Play” softball tournament. Recently completed improvements to the house include the repainting of most of the interior and putting in new carpeting upstairs. We have also established a furniture fund in order to allow us to purchase new furniture when necessary. Drew Wilkinson, ’98, was recently named Vice-Regent for Region III; and Tom Brouillard, ’98, is our new “BB”. Drew and Tom have both been working hard to help the chapter. The ABT has helped us set up a web site at http://www.lsudeltachi.com

Our new house is finished and we moved in on the 1st of January. The house includes 10 bedrooms, a bathroom in each room, a kitchen, a conference room, a trophy room, and a recreation room. It is the nicest facility in our community. On Super Bowl Sunday we had a bowl game of our own. Bud Bowl is our annual event in which our actives take on our alumni in a game of football. There are no pads involved and it would not be a true Bud Bowl game if no one was injured. Our hard work has paid off this year with all of the different awards we won. After we won the Most Im-

added 20 new members to the bond, thus doubling our size. This year also brought many campaign victories to Delta Chi. Robert Garcia was elected Associated Students Inc. President, Darrell Stempke and Wa l t e r O ’ B r i e n w e re elected as Associated Students Inc. Senators, Milton Arcos was elected to the 49er Shops Board of Directors, and Justin Ramirez was elected IFC President. Our athletic teams have really improved. Our volleyball captured a couple victories, our basketball team made its way to the playoffs where it took fourth place, the soccer

would be greatly appreciated. We participated in several community projects that gained us recognition not only in the school paper but also in the local papers. With outstanding community projects, Delta Chi Sportsman’s Raffle and Bowling for Protection, we were able to donate enough money to the local police department to help with purchase new finger printing kits. These fingerprinting kits will be passed out to children at local schools along with our drug education coloring book “Percy the Pelican.” Along with all of our hard work we have also had a blast this year with parties, ex-

LINDENWOOD COLONY On October 8, 1999, the bond and tradition were brought back to Lindenwood. With the help of the Central Missouri and Southeast Missouri Chapters we had two successful initiations. We also added three more associates. Greek Week was a blast as we hired a comedian/hypnotist to entertain the students and add much needed comic relief. Our members helped put on a concert, consisting of 8 bands, with the other Greek organizations here on campus. The Greek Olympics were also an experience that many of us will never forget with the Delta Chi Annual Shopping Cart Race. We are also involved with the community around us. Besides helping the city of O’Fallon with their Kids Fest, where we made games such as a scavenger hunt and potato sack races, we hosted a celebrity softball game in conjunction with the city. We also participated in Walk of America, which benefits March of Dimes. Summer activities included an alumni barbecue on July 16th and a float trip with men who had already signed up with us as well as some other incoming freshmen. Next year at Lindenwood looks to hold a promising future for Delta Chi.

LIVINGSTON We initiated 17 men to make our total number of actives 26.

The Minnesota Brothers and their dates at their Spring Date Party. p ro v e d C h a p t e r a n d t h e Regent’s Cup we went on to win three out of the four major awards given out at our school. These included C l e a n e r U WA , G re e k Games Champions and Intramural Champions.

LONG BEACH Our year started off on the right track by bringing home the University’s President’s Cup for the second consecutive year. Along with the President’s Cup we were also fortunate enough to receive the highest GPA among fraternities and second among fraternities and sororities. We

team led by Eric Sundberg and Justin Schroeder went undefeated for our first championship in years, and the softball team is on the same track headed for the playoffs and currently undefeated. The first ever Alumni Golf Tournament organized by Alvaro Castillo ’95, brought home over 40 alumni. Thanks to all who participated.

LOUISIANA TECH We held a rush for fall, winter and spring and were able to bring a class for each one of these. We expect a large formal rush this fall so any alumni who could make it into town

changes, and road trips. We had some awesome exchanges such as Carnival with Alpha Chi Omega and Ides of March with Kappa Delta.

MARQUETTE We celebrated our 23rd Annual Alumni formal this past March. The event took place outside the Milwaukee area for the first time in the last few years. The festivities provided a well-deserved break and an opportunity for all the brothers and alumni to meet some of the new faces in the crowd. With several associate members in the spring, our numbers are continuing to grow at a ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 7


steady pace. Further growth and improvement in our overall numbers are goals for this year.

MASSACHUSETTS Spring semester was extremely difficult, but bonding together for a uniform cause, our house, we were able to defeat the odds. There was much work that needed to be done and we accomplished it. This fall will be one of re-building; working our way back to the top. This could not have been even dreamed of without the hard work and dedication of our brothers. In addition to this, we have had much support from Delta Chi, which last semester sent three different representatives to aid in our rebuilding. The Director of Chapter Services, Mike Arrillaga, gave us goals for the future and a direction in which to head. A Housing Fund Committee representative, Jim Hoffheins, examined the structure and stability of our house and determined that even though there were a few cosmetic discrepancies, our house is structurally sound. Finally Leadership Consultant Brian Martin met with every committee head and executive officer, setting the guidelines for their position along with a tentative payment plan for our house. For a considerable amount of time our chapter did not have an ABT, but in this rebuilding stage, we were able to establish a concrete ABT. This will help ensure that our broth-

Montevallo Brothers with “AA” Bill Williams, Gannon ’83 at the Region VIII Leadership Conference at Mississippi State. 8 ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

erhood will be back on top, and is once again tightening the bond between our actives and our alumni. We hope to see a great turn-out at Homecoming. Also, this past spring, we sent four delegates to the Regional Conference. This was simply one more way for us to work our way to the top.

MINNESOTA We have expanded our community relations and all of our current philanthropies are going well. We are donating our time to a local children’s hospital and all of our proceeds from our annual “Duluth Trek” will go to this hospital. We have also led the way in our Greek community by being the first to set up a recycling plan that goes to help world hunger. This spring we enjoyed success in Spring Jam competitions in our pairing with FIJI/Delta Kappa Epsilon/Delta Gamma. Our study room fund drive is going well, and renovations are due to start shortly. We have also finished an impressive front entryway and are in the process of renovating our second floor bathroom.

MONTCLAIR This semester we won our 10th Greek Week Championship in time for our 10th anniversary. The projected date for our 10th anniversary celebration is set for October 28, 2000. Spring was also highlighted by our second annual Parents’ Luncheon. The many families

who attended enjoyed the event which featured guest speakers Past “AA” Greg Hauser and Duane Meyer. We participated in many philanthropies this past year. To name a few, we participated in a wheel chair basketball game to emphasize disability awareness, and some of our brothers helped raise funds for the tragic Seton Hall incident. We have focused on positive programming to help strengthen our Bond. For the upcoming summer we are planning some fun alumni events. A picnic is being planned at Monmouth Raceway Park, which is to be accompanied by a golf outing. We are proud to congratulate Daniel Pollack , our current “E”, on winning Greek Council President for the 200001 school year. This is great for our chapter’s involvement in the campus community.

MONTEVALLO Over the weekend of February 18-20th we had the opportunity to be the cooks and workers at the Vulcan district camp-out at Oak Mt. State Park for the Boy Scouts of America. Our jobs ranged from preparing the grounds, setting up for events, to our main job of preparing all the meals. We contributed 300 hours to this event. All the brothers had a great time and are looking forward to working this event next year as we make this an annual service event.

The brothers who attended the Regional Conference at Mississippi State had the chance to meet brothers from other schools in the region along with “AA” Bill Williams and Regent Bert Kelly. They were able to learn and gain advice that they brought back to our chapter to help us make improvements. Our Annual Alumni Pig Roast was another great success. The day started off with the Annual Alumni Golf Tournament, which was won by Danny Blackmon ’77 and Walter Ruzic ’73. After the tournament we had a barbecue lunch which was prepared by the actives. This annual spring event allows us to show our alumni the true appreciation we have for their support! This semester we went bowling with the Phi Mu’s and played beach volleyball along with a cookout with the Alpha Delta Pi’s. We also enjoyed our annual parties: Knight Errant Party, St. Patrick’s Date Party, and the Toga Band Party.

NEW HAVEN For the last three years we have been working diligently to reestablish contact with our alumni. And this last year that hard work has been paid off! This past year we have seen the formation by Tom Viola and Ron Martin ’86 of an incredible ABT. Our ABT is concerned about the status of the chapter (specifically in the area of academics and finances) and displays that through monthly meetings and inquiries, while holding firm that the actives should manage the chapter and ABT is used as a tool for guidance and support. Our annual Alumni Picnic was a success with the inaugural Alumni versus Active softball game. The turnout from alumni through our 19-year history was outstanding as they beat the actives 40-6, and then told stories from when they were in school. The support that alumni have shown for the chapter to host the 2001 Regional Conference is remarkable, especially since it will be the same year as our 20th anniversary. We have received encouraging let-


ters, donations, and offers of assistance from brothers. With all this, the brothers have no intention of “letting up any steam”, planning has already started for Founders’ Day, Homecoming, the 19th Annual White Carnation, and other activities for our alumni. All brothers from other chapters living in the New Haven area are welcome and encourage to attend any and all events.

NEW MEXICO STATE Beginning the semester with 11 signed bids, we went on to accomplish many of our goals, as well as make achievements and improvements in all areas of chapter operations. During Greek Week, we finished second in Greek Olympics (our first finish in the top three), as well as finishing third in Greek Sing. We also fielded the first team to beat Alpha Tau Omega in its own annual softball tournament; winning the tournament overall. Our Greek Community awards for the year included Most Improved Fraternity Chapter, Best Inter-Greek Relations, Outstanding Fall New Member Class. Individual awards included Spring 2000 President of the Semester, three awards for Greek service by members and Outstanding Fraternity Senior for 1999-2000. Community service consisted of neighborhood clean up, as well as highway clean up of Delta Chi’s stretch of Interstate 25. Our social activities included a Mardi Gras social with Pi Beta Phi, a Toga Party with Chi Omega, our annual Disco Inferno date party and Spring Formal. Alumni relations involved the creation and distribution of our alumni newsletter, “The Aggie Martlet,” as well as the first annual Kimball Cup Alumni Golf Tournament and the initiation of three fathers during alumni weekend. IFC dominance also continued with Delta Chi holding the maximum allowable executive board positions (two), having members in the positions of Secretary and Public Relations.

NORTHEAST MISSOURI This spring, we took in eight associates, increasing our size to 25. With this increase, we have begun plans for a new house for the near future by researching fundraising opportunities and actively communicating with our ABT and other alumni. Along with rush and talks of the new house, we also made a good showing during Greek Week with Chris Rutherford taking third place in the 5k run. This semester was capped off by a successful alumni reunion with over 20 alumni returning to talk to old friends and brothers and to meet the new members.

NORTHERN ARIZONA We would like to congratulate “A” Eric Martinez for being elected President of the IFC. We also held our second annual Alumni Classic Golf Tournament on June 3, at the Legacy Golf Course in Phoenix. We had a great turnout and enjoyed getting to know our alumni better. For spring break 18 brothers took a trip to Acapulco and met brothers from the Michigan State and Penn State Chapters. We would also like to thank the New Mexico State Chapter for their hospitality while we visited for an all-Greek Conference. Please visit our website at www.heuers.com/dxnaz/.

NORTHERN COLORADO This past year we initiated 15 brothers and have been able to pull some brothers back who were inactive for a time. In February, we won 1st place in basketball and placed fourth in hockey. In March, we collected 500 pounds of food for the Weld County Food Bank of Colorado, an organization that helps feed the homeless. We have also continued our fundraising at the Pepsi Center and have been able to raise a substantial sum of money to be used on house improvements this summer. We had our spring formal in Vail this year and had a great turnout. Our 1st “Delta Chi Alumni Casino Night” was a success. We had two of our local founding fathers, Tom Ellis

Northern Colorado Brothers pose with their First Place Basketball Trophy. and Mark Prop, show up and share in the good times. Finally, we would like to welcome our new “BB” Mikkel Nieto.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS Throughout the spring we were active in the community. Brothers helped the university clean the East Lagoon located on campus, participated at a local elementary school’s Fun Fair, raised funds for Hope Haven Homeless Shelter, and visited a senior citizen home to played bingo with the residents. While we tried for championships, we came up short by placing second in five intramural events: highly-competitive volleyball, co-rec volleyball, indoor soccer, floor hockey, and the Paddy Murphy philanthropy. In the Delta Gamma Anchor Splash competition, we teamed up with Alpha Delta Pi and took third place overall in the weekend event. In Lip-Sync, we worked hard with the ADPi’s and took first place honors. The University began a new organization called the Order of Omega, which honors Greek students with high grades. We had more members qualify with a 3.25 gradepoint average or higher than any other social fraternity on campus. We also initiated seven new members bringing our chapter total to 71.

NORTHWEST MISSOURI We held our first “Spaghetti Movie Dinner” with the proceeds donated to Habitat for Humanity. We also made a sweep, taking both Homecoming Supremacy and Greek Supremacy. The house also saw a lot of changes this semester with a new roof and the removal of the stucco from the side of the house.

NORTHWESTERN This spring we initiated 20 men. We also saw the graduation of our Founding Father class, which had seen us grow from a colony into a chapter too large for our original house. Thanks to our House Corporation, we will move into a newly renovated, much larger house this September. For the third year in a row, we captured the trophy for donating the most blood in the annual blood-drive. We are also looking forward to our third Earthball philanthropy, which has seen much success over the past two years. Efforts of individual brothers have also helped to solidify Delta Chi at Northwestern. Scott Curcio ran the Suitcase Party, the second largest philanthropy on campus, which raised over $23,000 for Chicago’s Inspiration Café. Gregory Sabino was also involved in this yearlong effort. Ayan Bagchi was nominated to serve on IFC as the recording secretary. ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 9


Ohio State Brothers on Spring Break. OHIO STATE

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Winter quarter kept us busy with three associates and two initiates. Looking to get away from Columbus for winter formal, Chris Renner put together our winter formal dance in Chicago, Illinois. Social chairman Ed Rodgers packed winter quarter with many social events. Our GPA remained in the top third and above the all men’s average. We also held the Regional Leadership Conference. Chris Sohovich organized the conference that resulted in almost every chapter from Region VI attending. Every brother could confidently walk away saying that he learned new ideas and helpful hints on how to make his chapter better. Also, during this quarter, many members of the chapter were brought aboard IFC, and Brian Johnston was elected Director of Scholarship. During the spring quarter, there was an alumni reunion held for classes 1980-present. Greek Week was held with the women of Alpha Xi Delta. We also held our 2nd annual philanthropy of Ultimate Frisbee. Athletically, we participated in both softball and soccer intramurals with two teams, including co-ed teams with Chi Omega and Kappa Alpha Theta. A dinner was held for campus leaders, with the Vice-President of Student Affairs in attendance. Football block this fall will be with the women of Alpha Chi Omega. Any alumni may contact Ryan Frazee, “E” by e-mailing him at frazee.28@osu.edu for all the upcoming Homecoming activities.

Our biannual Aerobathon generated close to $1000 for the Boys and Girls Club. Greek males were able to test their strength in our Greek Strongest Man competition. The proceeds went to the winner ’s choice of charity. Brothers enjoyed more competition in a campus sponsored volleyball tournament for charity. We took second place, giving $300 more to the Boys and Girls Club. We showed off our spirit and hard work to take second place at Winter Carnival. We missed first by just 2 points. With combined recipes and efforts of the brothers, we were able to take first place at the Greek Week Chili Cook Off. Again, the proceeds went to charity. Finally, active brothers were joined by many alumni at our White Carnation spring formal.

PENN STATE We kicked off the semester with Dance Marathon. With all proceeds going to the Four Diamond’s fund, this year Penn State fraternities, sororities, and other campus organizations combined to raise over three million dollars by par-

ticipating in the 48-hour dance marathon. Our chapter teamed up with the Penn State Dance Team and managed to raise $18,940. For our efforts we received the three diamond award, an award given to organizations raising between $10,000 and $25,000 dollars. Thanks to our dancers, Brian Olenick, Teddy McDonough, Kristian Fields, and Rich Evangelista. Also thanks to our T.H.O.N. chairs Rob Littman and Brian Olenick, and all the brothers who helped raise money for this important cause. This is our second year of involvement in this campus organization, which supports men against violence against women. We held several ribbon-cutting sessions at our house and many of the brothers have taken an active role in participating in campus-wide events to support this cause.

PURDUE This past semester we initiated 23 men. We had a huge showing on our “Mother’s Weekend” during which we treated our mothers to a meal and enjoyed the day at our house. Our Spring Formal took place at beautiful Culver Cove in Culver, IN. In intramural sports we were strong in softball and soccer. Patrick Mondi was elected vice-president of the student body. Also, after several years, we are entered in the Grand Prix Race. We had two nationally ranked racers entered in the race. During our next football season we look forward to being paired with a sorority.

RADFORD We held our annual banquet March 31-April 1st. It was a

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Sacramento Brothers display their pride!

fun time for everyone who attended, with some very heartfelt and inspiring speeches and comments from brothers. We participated in two community service events this semester. We went to the Women’s Resource centers here in Radford to cut grass and paint fences. We also went to the local Radford Fire Department and helped them wash fire trucks and keep the station up to par. Our new community service chair George Kite has many new ideas for next semester. Greek Week was one of the best times for us. We took second place in sidewalk art as well as in “Air Bands” with a performance of “Bye Bye Bye” by NSYNC.

RUTGERS Just one semester since chartering, we are growing into one of the most prominent fraternities on campus. We have enjoyed a successful spring in every aspect imaginable, perhaps most notably in our enduring tradition of dedication to the community. In recognition of our efforts, Ashhad Toor was elected Region VII Philanthropy Chair at the Regional Leadership Conference. Our chapter’s most successful community service event this past semester was volunteering at the prestigious 2000 Rutgers University Model Congress Conference, held by Rutgers students and sponsored by the Institute for Domestic and International Affairs. In addition, we participated in the Food Bank community service project, assisting in the distribution of food to various charitable organizations. We will continue our tra-


dition of excellence in community service, gearing up for our Second Annual Delta Chi Toys for Tots Drive in December. Delta Chi also excels in the spirit of campus leadership in a variety of different categories. “D” Eric Nili was elected Secretary of the School of Business, Sebastian Eid and Samir Abdelhadi have been elected to the Gamma Sigma Alpha national honors fraternity, and Seth Dvorin co-hosts a weekly campus radio show. For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.eden.rutgers. edu/~mikeparm/.

SACRAMENTO We held our 1st Golf Tournament and BBQ with over 50 alumni in attendance. Ranging from founding fathers to our associates, with a variety of classes in between, it was a huge success. Thanks to all who attended the tournament. We currently have about 45 members and 6 associates. Our social calendar has been packed. Events included White Carnation, five mixers, Greek Week and our annual Cinco De Mayo party. We are also continuing our dominance in sports. We are currently in 1st place in the year long Greek IM points race. James Biller, “E”; Travis Gilkey, AMC; Zeid Zagha, Scholarship Chair; and Chris Machi, IFC President were initiated into Order of Omega.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Both the physical look of the house and the attitude of the brothers are improving. We continue to attract a diverse and highly motivated group of men. These men take pride in the house and in everything we do on the chapter’s behalf. In April, we reached a new high when we won the President’s Award for Fraternity Excellence. This is the highest award that the University bestows upon a fraternity and was a welcomed reward for all the hard work the members have put into the house in the past couple of years, especially our current and past presidents, Peter Hillakas and Jon Warr.

Delta Chi also received two other awards for scholarship and programming, and won the award for Excellence in Risk Management for the 2nd year in a row. Involvement has improved remarkably by integrating members into a committee system in which all members are given the opportunity to be part of decision making and planning. The executive board has also become more accessible. In the fall, a new scholarship program will be offered to incoming freshman men. This spring we participated with Kappa Kappa Gamma in one of the school’s largest philanthropic events, Songfest, which benefits a camp for inner city kids. We finished second by half a point. Delta Chi grabbed second in grades with a 3.11 GPA, which is higher than both the all men’s and all University average. Finally, we finished in the top three in intramurals.

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN COLONY It was a hard but great year. In the fall we started out with rush, and our hard work paid off with eleven men. Then we went into football intramurals. It was our first year to be active at football games by putting up our wooden letters. To help out with our bonding we had a brotherhood event in Houston. We also had a formal with the ZTAs and a Founders’ Day Formal. The associates put on a Delta Chi Olympics, consisting of seven games from football to bowling. By the end of the semester we initiated eight. Then spring came and we went straight into softball intramurals. Our formal was the White Carnation Ball held at Grant’s Deer Lease. At the end of the spring we set up our ABT, attended our Regional Conference in Baton Rouge, participated in Greek Week, and also had our second Delta Disco with DZ. The hardest part was the untimely death of our “A” Darrel Carr.

TEXAS A & M Once again, we participated in the Big Event, the largest student run service project in the

Tri-State Brothers at a Fort Wayne Komets hockey game. nation. We painted houses and did miscellaneous yard and garden work for several local families. Even though some of it was back-breaking work, we had a great time helping out. We also made sure that a twomile stretch of highway stayed clear of litter through the local Adopt-a-Highway program. In intramurals, we made it to the final four of the soccer tournament and won the Greek championship in softball. Andy Lampo keyed us to the title with his outstanding hitting and fielding. We hope to retain possession of the 12th Man Cup Intramural Championship.

TRI STATE On April 8th we initiated six men, putting our membership at 31 for the fall. We have continued our strong campus involvement. Thad Greiner was elected as IFC President, Jon Wick as IFC Treasurer, and we have three brothers on Student Senate Executive Board Chad Walters, President; Adam Waite, Vice President and Steve Pelletier, Secretary. We also have many positions of leadership in other organizations. We captured our second consecutive Intramural Basketball Championship but lost in a close match in the semifinals of the volleyball playoffs. We hosted a Faculty Wing Night which the retiring President of the University, the new President, VP of Student Affairs, Director of Student Services and many other faculty attended to meet students and tour our

houses. This was a great opportunity to improve the relations between the administration and the student body. In March we attended a Fort Wayne Komets Hockey game as a Rush/Retention function and received an invitation to come back for a playoff game at a discount rate because of the positive effect we had on the crowd involvement at the game. In community service, we finished out the year with some big projects, such as a book move and Habitat for Humanity. We co-sponsored a hypnotist with Student Services, an event that attracted over 10 percent of the student population. We also have plans to host a car show next fall with the proceeds going to charity.

UNLV For the fourth straight year, we have won the Delta Zeta Turtle Tug (their philanthropic event). The first win back in 1997 established Delta Chi on the UNLV campus and we are proud to boast that no other fraternity name is on “our” trophy. The newly initiated eight man Zeta Class seems ready to carry on the flame. Joe Lucchese will be going to China for a semester on an exchange program.

VALDOSTA All year we have had a strong emphasis on improving our philanthropy and community service involvement. We held our annual Philanthropy Week, which was extremely successful. Highlights in∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 11


cluded hosting a 5K “Run for the Kids,” which raised over $1,000 to help the local hospital buy a new neo-natal transport system. We also donated over 200 toys to the “Toys for Tots” program, cleaned our Adopt-aHighway, and worked in the local soup kitchen. As a result, we won the Philanthropy and Community Service awards for President’s Cup. Our intramural excellence still continues. Although IFC passed an amendment which made a grade requirement to participate in Greek Week, our 13 eligible men got the job done. After claiming 1st place in softball, basketball and tug, along with 2 nd place in flag football, we showed the rest of the Greeks which fraternity is the most athletic by winning Greek Week 2000.

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH We won our second straight basketball, football, and soccer championships and look to continue the tradition of D-Chi dominance in sports again next year. Philanthropy chair Greg Lawrence has done an excellent job setting up such events as: adopt-a-street, clean up at James River Park, and painting the inside of a gym for the Salvation Army boys and girls club.

VIRGINIA TECH We were honored to host the Region IX Regional Leadership Conference coordinated by Phil Moore. The weekend helped our chapter and many others redefine our goals and expectations of fraternity life. In April, we held our 3rd An-

Valdosta brothers after winning Greek Week 2000! nual Alumni Golf Tournament. Over 30 alumni attended the event held at Hanging Rock. The team of Lars Olson, Frank Waite, Shane Gleason, and Scott Dunbar walked away with first place. Probably the high point of this year was our 7th Annual Kimball Classic. The two-day event consisted of a Punt, Pass, and Kick competition for local elementary school students and a flag football tournament for Virginia Tech sororities. Head Football Coach Frank Beamer awarded trophies to the top children, and a local radio station held a live broadcast from the field. Money raised was donated to Children’s Miracle Network. Daniel Culpepper and Marchant Schneider did a great job planning this event. All of our hard work was recently rewarded at the Greek Awards ceremony. We were awarded Outstanding Social Participation, Philanthropy, Sportsmanship, Best Brotherhood, and Academy of Excellence. Justin Brod was pre-

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sented with Greek Man and Chapter President of the Year. Also, Pat Wachendorf was recently elected IFC President. Next year, we are paired up with Alpha Chi Omega for Homecoming. Also, we are planning an event for our 10th Anniversary of colonization to be held the weekend of Oct 21st. We hope that advance notice will allow many of our alumni to return for these weekends.

WASHINGTON STATE Our White Carnation formal ended the year in a great way, with awards given to: Joe Roberts for most inspirational, Matt Fitch for out-of-house service, Mark Schweitzer for in-house service, and Greg Shaw for both outstanding senior and Chapter Luminary.

WHITEWATER After losing the championship IFC softball game last fall, we were poised to win this semester. The first game, which we won, was against Lambda Chi Alpha, and we then went on to play the Phi Chi Epsilons. The Phi Chis were well prepared and we ended up losing to them 5-4, but we weren’t out of the tournament. The next game we had was against the Lambda Chis again and, as before, we won. The win over the Lambda Chis bought us a spot in the championship with the Phi Chis. This time we had to beat them twice and we did, with both games being very close. The first game we won 8-6 and the second championship game we won 9-8.

WINDSOR WEST VIRGINA TECH This year started off with Jason Blackhurst and Chris Moore as the two highest-ranking student officials on campus. Jason was recently elected student government president, while Chris was selected as student activity board chairman. In terms of philanthropy, we hosted the 1st annual Delta Chi American Cancer Society Benefit Concert. The concert raised money to benefit a local cancer patient. The house is looking good since four rooms and the basement have been completely remodeled. This is just a start, for there a r e m a n y n e w p ro j e c t s slated for the near future.

We recently initiated two members and had our executive changeover retreat. In a small Greek system on a small campus, we have big potential! We’re about to undertake an ambitious renovation project for our house. Alumni have contributed generously, and the active membership has agreed to contribute their know-how, not to mention their labor. Our new “A”, Bryan Rock, is preparing us for a top-notch fall rush. We’re going to be louder, prouder and more fun than anyone else. Finally, we want to invite all our Delta Chi brothers to visit their neighbors to the north this year.


Chapter Luminaries ALBERTA Gareth Swinnerton ’00 Chapter: “D”, “F”, MAL, Social Chrmn., Historian, Philanthropy Organizations: Order of Omega Pres., VP membership, IFC Judicial Major: Outdoor Heritage Resources AUBURN Matt Herndon ’00 Chapter: “B”, “C”, Scholarship Chrmn., 51st Convention delegate, Rush Comm. Member, Intramual volleyball, soccer, swimming, and track Organizations: Student Alumni Board (VP). Order of Omega (Treasurer),Alpha Epsilon Delta, Golden Key Honor Society Major: Zoology Honors: Dean’s List, American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship BRYANT Robert Mancusi ’00 Chapter: “A”, “E”, AMC, Philanthropy Comm. Organizations: Gamma, IFC, Big Brother Major: Computer Information Sys. Minor: Psychology Honors: Greek Man of the Year, Brother of the Year, Who’s Who CAL POLY Rick Weiland ’00 Chapter: “C”, AMC, Rush Chrmn. Organizations: IFC, Programs Dir. Major: Graphic Communications Honors: Dean’s List CENTRAL MISSOURI Raymond Karl Grindel ’01 Chapter: “A”, “F”, House Chrmn., Judicial Review Board Member Organizations: IFC Judicial Review Board, Student Government Assoc., (Supreme Court Chief Justice), Community Advisor Major: Social Studies Education Varsity Athletics: Central Missouri State Cheerleader

CHICO Steve Cox ’01 Chapter: “B”, House Manager, Fundraising and Philanthropy Chrmn., MAL Organizations: AS Executive VP, IFC Rush Chrmn., University Affairs Council, CAVE Volunteer Group, Marketing Association Major: Business Marketing DAVIS Josh Shipley ’00 Chapter: “A”, “B”, “D”, “F”, Philanthropy Chrmn. Major: Exercise Sci. Honors: Dean’s List, Edward Frank Cratt Scholarship DEPAUW Steve Galbreath ’00 Chapter: “B”, Rush and Social Chrmn. Organizations: Civic Fellows member, DePauw Community Serv., Tutor in Russian, DJ for campus radio station Major: Russian Studies/History Minor: Political Science Honors: O. Ralph Raymond Award for Excellence in Russian Studies DUQUESNE Craig Tumas ’01 Chapter: “A”, Fundraising Chr., Intramurals Organizations: Knights of Columbus/Treasurer, Lambda Sigma/Treasurer/Junior and Senior Advisor Major: Investment Management Honors: Dean’s List, Provost Award, School of Business Alumni Assoc. Award EASTERN ILLINOIS Justin Mueller ’00 Chapter: “A”, Rush, Community Service and Parent’s Club Chrmn., Intramurals Organizations: IFC member, Big Brother/Big Sister Program, Economics Club Major: Economics/Business Management

GEORGIA TECH James Stovall ’01 Chapter: Scholarship and Philanthropy Chrmn. Organizations: Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society-President & Treasurer, Housing-Peer Adv/ Leader, IFC Scholarship Chrmn., Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet Major: Computer Science Honors: Dean’s List HAYWARD Derminder Bhatia ’01 Chapter: Rush and Scholarship Chrmn., Member-at-Large Organizations: Pre-professional Club, Student Orientation Staff, Indian Cultural ExchangePresident and Vice President Major: Biochemistry Minor: Pre-med HOBART Eliot Lothrop ’01 Chapter: “A”, IFC Rep., Comm. Service Chrmn. Organizations: IFC Secretary, Vice Pres.; Statesman Athletic Adv. Com. Major: Architecture Minor: Studio Art Honors: Orange Key Society, Dean’s List Varsity Athletics: Crew IDAHO Drew Dalgetty ’00 Chapter: “A”, “B”, AMC, Rush and Ritual Chrmn., IFC Representative Organizations: Food Science Club Vice Pres., Microbiology Club, Agricultural Ambassador Major: Food Science/Toxicology Minor: Statistics Honors: Dean’s List, Gamma Sigma Alpha, Phi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, College of Agriculture Outstanding Undergraduate, Mortar Board Varsity Athletics: Baseball ILLINOIS STATE Joseph Davignon ’00 Chapter: AMC, “A”, Pledge Class Treasurer, Community Serv.,

Philanthropy, Public Relations and Co-Parliamentarian Chrmn. Major: Public Relations Minor: Athletic Coaching JAMES MADISON COLONY Jeffrey Gehrig ’00 Chapter: “A”, Community Service Chrmn. Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Golden Key Honor Society Major: Accounting Honors: Dean’s List, Honors Prog. KANSAS Jon Garner ’00 Chapter: “A”, “B”, Rush Chrm., MAL, Intramurals, IFC, Judicial Board Major: Political Sci. Honors: Golden Key, Order of Omega, KU Honor Roll KANSAS STATE Tony McClain ’00 Chapter: “A”, Key, Family Committee, Rush, and PR Chrmn. Organizations: SGA Committee Major: Political Science Honors: Foundation Merit Award KENT STATE Justin Donnelly ’01 Chapter: “A”, “D”, AMC, PR Chrmn., MAL Organizations: IFC Treasurer, J-Board Trainer, Inner-Greek Programming Board New Member, Convocation coordinator Major: Accounting Minor: Computer Information Sys. LIVINGSTON Lynn Pace ’00 Chapter: “A”, “B”, AMC, Historian, Rush, Composite, Fund Raising and Philanthropy Chr. Organizations: Yearbook Editor, ALCA Office Manager Major: Elementary Education Honors: Dean’s List, President’s List, Merit Award ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 13


LOUISIANA TECH John Ziegler 01 Chapter: “E”, “B”, “A”, Regional Conf. Rep Region III in 98-99-00, ’99 Senator Jackson Leadership Conf., Delegate at ’98 and ’00 Conv. Organizations: Student Gov. Assoc., IFC, College Republicans, Orientation Student Leader, Delta Sigma Pi, Baptist Student Union Major: History Minor: English Honors: Dean’s List, President’s List, Highest Chapter GPA MARYLAND John Cefalone ’01 Chapter: “A”, “B”, “D”, Fundraising Chr., Social Chair Organizations: Natl. Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, Senior Council Major: Accounting and Finance Honors: Dean’s List MASSACHUSETTS Lowell F. Martin III ’01 Chapter: “A”, “D”, Steward, Fundraising comm. Major: History Minor: Economics MICHIGAN STATE Jeff Ellman ’00 Chapter: Rush Comm., Scholastic Chrmn., Athletic Coord., Basketball/Volleyball/Softball Captain Organizations: Greek Caucus, Student Senate, Marketing Assoc., Teaching Assistant MSU Major: Marketing Honors: Dean’s List MISSISSIPPI STATE Stephen Sansing ’01 Chapter: “E”, ABT Scholarship Advisor, Scholarship Chrmn.,Greek Week, Greek Council for Christ Delegate Organizations: Student Govt. Assoc. V. P., SGA Exec. Ass’t., SGA Cabinet/Dir. Student Housing, MSU Roadrunner, Orientation Leader, Resident Ass’t., Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, 14 ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000

Academic Dean’s Council, Academic Honesty Comm., Student Housing Appeals Board Major: Math Education Minor: Science/Physical Educ. Honors: President’s List, Dean’s List, Barrier Engineering Scholar MONTCLAIR Dan Pollak ’01 Chapter: “E”, Alumni and Rush Comm., Fund Raising Chairman Organizations: Greek Council Pres. Major: Psychology Minor: Criminal Justice MONTEVALLO Jeramy Emerson ’00 Chapter: “A”, “F”, Rush Chrmn., Athletics/Scholarship, 2000 SGA Election Comm. Member Organizations: SGA President, Director of Student Life, Sophomore Senator, College Night Comm., Student Interest Comm. Stars Leadership Award for Higher Education, Mr. Greek Week, Boys State Counselor, Who’s Who Among Colleges and Universities Major: Political Science Minor: History NEW MEXICO STATE Jeff McAdoo ’00 Chapter: “E”, AMC, Public Relations, Rush Chr., IFC, Brotherhood, Organizations: IFC Rush Chrmn., Western Regional Greek Conf. Rep., Advertising Federation Pres./V. P. Major: Journalism Minor: Law/Society

Organizations: Golden Key Nat’l Honor Society, Psi Chi Psychology Honorary, Order of Omega Major: Psychology Minor: Criminology Honors: Dean’s List PURDUE Thad Hoyt ’00 Chapter: “F”, House Manager, Brotherhood Chrm. Organizations: Sigma Lambda Chi (BCM Honorary), Purdue Pistol Club, NROTC-Battalion Exec. Officer Major: Building Construction Mgt. Honors: Sigma Lambda Chi SOUTH FLORIDA Randy Moss ’00 Chapter: Chartering Banquet, Rush and Social Chrmn. Organizations: Order of Omega, Chief of Staff Student Government, Homecoming Court, National Collegiate Scholar’s Society, Wind Ensemble, President’s Leadership Council Major: International Studies Minor: Spanish Honors: Graduated Cum Laude, Departmental Distinction, Honor’s Program, Dean’s List Varsity Athletics: USF Sailing

NORTHWESTERN Michael Mueller ’01 Chapter: “A”, AMC, Philanthropy Chrm., Judicial Board of Review, Regional Conference Delegate Organizations: IFC, Judicial Board, Order of Omega Treasurer, Legal Aid Society Treasurer, Washington Office Intern, Rep. Henry Hyde/Ill. Major: Political Science/Econ. Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Dean’s List

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Jon Warr ’00 Chapter: “A”, “F”, AMC, Rush, Public Relations Chrmn., House Corp Liaison Organizations: All Greek Honorary, Scabbard and Blade, ROTC Honor Society, Regimental Training Officer Skull & Dagger, Army ROTC, Order of Omega, Men’s Choir Major: Music Education Honors: Dean’s List, Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society, Graduated Magna Cum Laude, Greek Academic Honor Society

OHIO STATE Russell C. Golowin ’00 Chapter: “B”, AME, Brother of the Year 1997-98

TRI STATE Mike Zavada ’01 Chapter: “F”, Ass’t. AMC and “D”, Rush and Parents’ Committee

Chairman, Intramurals Organizations: Member of IEEE Major: Electrical Engineering Honors: Dean’s List UNLV Dana Barshun ’99 Chapter: DJ, Gamma Rep. Organizations: Semi-pro Arena football -Green Valley Dragons-kicker Major: Business Management Masters: Sports & Leisure Studies Honors: Student Athlete of the Month 1999 Varsity Athletics: UNLV Football team/kicker VIRGINIA TECH Brian A. Cade ’01 Chapter: “A”, Homecoming Chairman, Intramural sportsfootball, softball, volleyball Organizations: Cooperative Education Program Major: Mechanical Engineering Honors: Pratt Engineering Scholarship, Dean’s List, Commonwealth Award WASHINGTON Kris Krustangle ’01 Chapter: “A”, “C”, Rush and Efficiency Chrmn. Organizations: UW Student Mentoring Program-Freshman Interest Leader Major: Business Administration Honors: Dean’s list WASHINGTON STATE Greg Shaw ’00 Chapter: “D”, “F” and Outstanding Senior Major: Civil Engineering WEST CHESTER Paul D. Linderman, Jr. ’00 Chapter: “A”, “B”, Fundraising Chairman, IFC Organizations: Accounting Society, Department of Recreation/Leisure President and Vice President, IFC, Dance Marathon, LEAPS Mentor, SAIL participant, Inter-Greek Council Major: Accounting/Finance


KEEPING IN TOUCH BALL STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Max Goecker ’88, a son, August Jaden (AJ), on June 23, 2000. BEHREND Born to Brother and Mrs. Bill Koch ’92, a son, Brennan, on May 22, 2000. CLEMSON Born to Brother and Mrs. Clinton Herring ’91, a son, Jacob McKinley, on May 5, 1999. FLORIDA Jay Wamsley ’90 is now the Director of Sales and Operations for National Wireless Services in Tampa, FL. GEORGIA Allen Leonard ’98, married to Melissa Curtis on April 1, 2000. GEORGIA TECH Born to Brother and Mrs. Robert Gonzales ’93, a son, Gavin Robert, on July 4, 2000. Born to Brother and Mrs. Barry Harris ’97, a son, Matthew, on May 10, 2000. ILLINOIS Larry Larsson ’63, married to Stephanie Decker on May 15, 2000. ILLINOIS STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Kevin Deany ’91, a son, J. D. Paul, on March 29, 2000. IOWA C. Ashton Kutcher ’00, who stars in That 70’s Show, was included in a recent People’s Magazine article covering the “50 Most Beautiful People on Earth.” JOHNSON AND WALES Born to Brother and Mrs. Spencer Turer ’91, a daughter, Sydney Jane, on July 3, 2000. JOHNSTOWN Born to Brother and Mrs. Gary Paul ’87, a daughter, Maggie Judith, on January 14, 2000. KANSAS Larry McElwain ’70 received the Distinguished

Alumni Award from the Leadership Lawrence Alumni Association. KANSAS STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Jeff Harlow ’95, a daughter, Vanessa Malee, on April 15, 2000.

FAREWELL & PARTING These men have lived amongst us for a time, and we have been honored to call them Brothers. Now they are gone and we bid them a fond farewell at this parting. ABRACADABRA

MICHIGAN

Herb Reich ’42, January 1, 2000 Wallace E. Duke ’56, April 1995 Winston W. Kratz, Jr. ’63, January 19, 2000

Elliott C. Roberts ’31, May 1, 2000

ALABAMA David Lacey ’54, October 19, 1999

KENT STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Tony Emery ’95, a son, Kyle Alexander, on May 10, 2000. MISSOURI Paul Michalski ’88, married to Mary Gunn on May 20, 2000. Born to Brother and Mrs. Gregory A. Baker ’92, a son, Troy Gregory, on October 15, 1999. NEW HAVEN Jeffrey Givner ’95 married to Dawn Alderman on June 3, 2000. Matthew Jaloweic ’96 married to Colleen Clark on October 28, 2000. Chris Wherry ’97 married to Christina Testo on June 4, 2000. Born to Brother and Mrs. Anthony Martino ’98, a son, Andrew, on May 15, 2000. Roger R. LaVallee ’99 married to Shaylan Gale on June 10, 2000. NORTH CAROLINA STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Todd Tucker ’90, a son, Greyson, on September 5, 1999. Barry C. Anderson ’93, married to Jeanne Mussell on May 27, 2000. NORTHERN ARIZONA Josh Hart ’94, married to Amber Woolf on June 10, 2000. Matt Willsey ’94, married Katie Alexander on May 20, 2000. OLD DOMINION Born to Brother and Mrs. Noel Bishop ’93, a daughter, Julia Noel, on May 19, 2000. Born to Brother and Mrs. Russ Shinabarger ’96, a son, Jonathan Davis, on May 16, 2000.

ARIZONA Everett A. Hart ’26 Herbert Stevenson ‘42

ARIZONA STATE James W. Creasman ’35. Brother Creasman was ASU Alumni Association Executive Director for 20 years and later Director of University Relations. The ASU Alumni Association’s Service Award is named the James W. Creasman Award of Excellence. William Kajikawa ’37

MISSOURI George S. Clark ’56

OHIO STATE Miller J. Poppleton ’28 Dr. John Quincy Brown ’31, June 1, 2000 James M. Taylor ’38, June 1999 James F. Scott ’39, January 1, 2000 Hylas Hilliard ’40 July 16, 2000 Robert M. Miller ’50, 2000 Robert Edwards ’53, June 7, 2000 William C. McBride ASC, May 14, 2000

OKLAHOMA Ray Kimball ’30, May 26, 1999

AUBURN

OSHKOSH

Larry Daniel ’63

Patrick M. Neary ’70, July 4, 2000

BALL STATE Craig R. Burk ’99, June 9, 2000

DEPAUW Dr. Rex A. Pittenger ’40, December 19, 1999 Robert Martin ’52, June 20, 2000

IDAHO O. Conway Adams ’32

ILLINOIS Earl Drew ’29, March 31, 2000 Charles Kersch ’54, March 14, 2000

INDIANA John G. “Pete”Copeland ’49, May 15, 2000

IOWA Everette K. Jones, Jr. ’51 Michael Davey ’98, June 26, 2000

MIAMI John Alan Bishop ’56, January 3, 2000

TROY STATE Bradley Robbins ’97, married to Sadie Louise Murphy on April 1, 2000. WASHINGTON Born to Brother and Mrs. Don Buffum ’79, a son, Keeton Matthew, on July 17, 2000. WASHINGTON STATE Dave Case ’93, married to

PENN STATE William C. Ireland ’49, May 24, 2000

PURDUE Rolland F. Kurtz ’33 June 23, 2000 J. William Bowman ’35, January 12, 2000

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Christopher J. Hummel ’92 July 26, 2000

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA R. Charleton Johnson ’40, July 26, 2000 James N. Kerns ’97 May 2, 2000

TEXAS Paul J. Lobit ’31

VALDOSTA Harold Lloyd ASC

WYOMING Brent Bartlett ’00, June 3, 2000

Meeta Malhotra on June 4, 2000. Dave Benefiel ’95, married to Debbie Lanaroon on April 1, 2000. Brian Rose ’97, married to Heather Przybylski on May 13, 2000. WINDSOR Born to Brother and Mrs. Frank A. Spadini ’91, a son, Logan, on June 26, 2000. ∆X Quarterly Summer/Fall 2000 15


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CHAPTERS ALABAMA —Univ of Alabama-Tuscaloosa—PO Box 11127, Tuscaloosa, AL 35486 ALBERTA — Univ. of Alberta — 10936 87th Ave, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G OX3 AMERICAN — American Univ. — 4400 Mass Ave. NW Box 18, Washington, D.C. 20016 APPALACHIAN STATE — Appalachian State Univ. — ASU Box 9084, Boone, NC 28608 ARIZONA — U. of Ariz. — 1701 E. 1st St., Tucson, AZ 85719 AUBURN — Auburn U. — 530 Biggio Dr., Auburn, AL 36830 AUGUSTA — Augusta Col. — 2500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904 BALL STATE — Ball State Univ. — 1100 W. Riverside., Muncie, IN 47303 BEHREND — Behrend Col. — 3316 Buffalo Rd, Erie, PA 16510 BRYANT — Bryant Col. — Box 3289, 1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917 CAL POLY — Cal. Polytechnic State Univ. —416 Hathway, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 CALIFORNIA UNIV.-PA — California Univ. of PA — PO Box 516, California, PA 15419-0516 CENTRAL MICHIGAN — Central Michigan Univ. — CENTRAL MISSOURI —Central Missouri State Univ. — Unit D Fraternity Complex, Warrensburg, MO 64093 CHICO — California State Univ. - Chico — PO Box 4932, Chico, CA 95927-4932 CLEMSON — Clemson Univ. — Drawer D, Univ. Station, Clemson, SC 29632 COLORADO —Univ. of Colorado CONNECTICUT — Univ. of Conn. — 1459 Storrs Rd., Storrs, CT 06268 CORNELL — Cornell U. — 102 The Knoll, Ithaca, NY 14850 DAVIS — Univ. of California - Davis — 614 Adams St., Davis, CA 95616 DEPAUW — DePauw U. — 912 S Locust St., Greencastle, IN 46135 DUQUESNE — Duquesne University — 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15282 EAST CAROLINA — East Carolina U. — 109 Menden Hall Student Ctr., Greenville, NC 27858 EASTERN ILLINOIS — Eastern Illinois Univ. — 1012 Greek Ct., Charleston, IL 61920-4200 EMBRY-RIDDLE — Embry/Riddle Aeron. Univ. — 538 S Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach, FL 32114 FERRIS STATE — Ferris State College — 805 Campus Dr. Rankin Ctr. Rm 233, Box 155, Big Rapids, MI 49307-2226 FREDONIA — SUNY-Fredonia — SA Office Stu Ctr SUNY, Fredonia, NY 14063 FROSTBURG — Frostburg St. Coll.— Box 213 Lane Ctr. FSU, Frostburg, MD 21532 GANNON – Gannon U. – 510 Myrtle St., Erie, PA 16501 GEORGIA — Univ. of Georgia — 677 S Milledge Ave., Athens, GA 30605 GEORGIA TECH — Georgia Institute of Tech.— 170 Fifth Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30313-2512 GORHAM STATE — Univ. of Southern Maine — 23 Preble St., Gorham, ME 04038 HAYWARD — California St. Univ.-Hayward — PO Box 55032, Hayward, CA 94545 HOBART — Hobart Col. — 574 S Main, Geneva, NY 14456 HUNTSVILLE — Univ. of AL-Huntsville — 606 C S Loop Rd., Huntsville, AL 35805 IDAHO — Univ. of Idaho — PO Box 3076, Moscow, ID 83843-1904 ILLINOIS — Univ. of IL — 1111 S First St., Champaign, IL 61820 INDIANA — Indiana Univ. — 1100 N Jordan, Bloomington, IN 47406 IOWA — Univ. of Iowa — 309 N Riverside Dr., Iowa City, IA 52246 IOWA STATE — Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. — 405 Hayward Ave., Ames, IA 50010 JACKSONVILLE STATE — Jacksonville State Univ. — PO Box 3062 JSU, Jacksonville, AL 36265 JOHNSTOWN — Univ. of Pittsburgh -Johnstown — Box 0288, UPJ, Johnstown, PA 15907 KANSAS — Univ. of Kansas — 1245 W Campus Rd., Lawrence, KS 66044 KANSAS CITY — Univ. of Missouri at Kansas City — 5405 Rockhill Rd., Kansas City, MO 64110 KANSAS STATE — Kansas St. Univ. — 508 Sunset, Manhattan, KS 66502

KENT STATE — Kent St. U. — 302 University Dr., Kent, OH 44240 KETTERING A— Kettering Univ.— 1700 W 3rd Ave., Flint, Mi 48504 KETTERING B — Kettering Univ. — 1700 W. 3rd Ave., Flint, MI 48504 L.S.U. — LA State Univ. — PO Box 25178, Baton Rouge, LA 70894-5178 LAKE FOREST — Lake Forest College — 555 N Sheridan Rd., Box D1, Lake Forest, IL 60045 LIVINGSTON — Univ. of West Alabama — Drawer CC, Livingston, AL 35470 LONG BEACH — CSU-Long Beach — 1067 Grand Ave. #1, Long Beach, CA 90804 LOUISIANA TECH — LA Tech Univ. — 201 Everett St., Ruston, LA 71270 MANKATO — Mankato State Univ. — 320 Warren St., Mankato, MN 56001 MARQUETTE — Marquette Univ. — 1615 W Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233 MARYLAND — Univ. of Maryland —7205A Rossburg Dr., College Park, MD 20740 MASSACHUSETTS — Univ. of Massachusetts — 118 Sunset Ave., Amherst, MA 01002 MIAMI — Miami U. — 131 E Withrow, Oxford, OH 45056 MICHIGAN — Univ. of Michigan — 1705 Hill St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2697 MICHIGAN STATE — Michigan St. Univ. — 101 Woodmere Ave., East Lansing, MI 48823 MINNESOTA — Univ. of Minnesota — 1601 University Ave. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414 MISSISSIPPI STATE — Mississippi State Univ. — Drawer GK, Mississippi State, MS 39762 MISSOURI — Univ. of Missouri — 111 E Stewart Rd., Columbia, MO 65203 MONTCLAIR — Montclair State Univ. — Stu Ctr Box 103 SGA Off, Upper Montclair, N.J. 07043 MONTEVALLO — Univ. of Montevallo — Drawer AC, Montevallo, Al 35115 NEW HAVEN — Univ. of New Haven — PO Box 8937, West Haven, CT 06532 NEW MEXICO STATE— New Mexico St. Univ.—PO Box 3893, Las Cruces, NM 88003 NORTH CAROLINA STATE — North Carolina St. Univ. — 3414 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27607 NORTHEAST MISSOURI — Northeast Missouri St. Univ.— 904 S First St., Kirksville, MO 63501 NORTHERN ARIZONA— Northern Arizona Univ. — 318 S Humphreys, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 NORTHERN COLORADO — Univ. of No. Colorado — 1803 10th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631 NORTHERN ILLINOIS — Northern Illinois Univ. — 908 Greenbriar, De Kalb, IL 60115 NORTHERN IOWA — Univ. of Northern Iowa — 2516 College St., Cedar Falls, IA 50613 NORTHWEST MISSOURI — Northwest Missouri State Univ.— 219 W Second St., Maryville, MO 64468 NORTHWESTERN—Northwestern Univ.—562 Lincoln St., Evanston, IL 60201 OHIO STATE — Ohio State Univ. — 191 E 15th Ave., Columbus, OH 43201 OLD DOMINION — Old Dominion Univ. — 2122 Webb Ctr., Norfolk, VA 23529-0519 OKLAHOMA STATE — OK State Univ. — PO Box 848., Stillwater, OK 74076 OREGON STATE —Oregon State Univ. OSHKOSH —Univ. of WI at Oshkosh — 911 Wisconsin St., Oshkosh, WI 54901 PENN STATE — Penn State Univ. — 424 E Fairmount Ave., State College, PA 16801-5714 PURDUE — Purdue Univ. — 501 Russell St., West Lafayette, IN 47906 RADFORD— Radford University— Box 6898 Radford Univ., Radford, VA 24142 RENO – U. of NV -Reno –PO Box 8118., Reno, NV 89507 ROWAN — Rowan University — 5 Eben St., Glassboro, NJ 08028 RUTGERS— Rutgers University—OFSA 15 Bartlett St., New Brunswick, NJ 08903 SACRAMENTO — Calif. St. Univ.-Sacramento —PO Box 191654, Sacramento, CA 95819 SOUTH FLORIDA— South Florida University— CTR 2432, 4202 E Fowler Ave., Tampa, FL 33620 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI —Southeast Missouri State Univ.—PO Box 1564, Cape Girardeau, MO 63702 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — Univ. of Southern California — 920 W 28th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007

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SOUTHWEST TEXAS — Southwest Texas State Univ. — P O Box 1844, San Marcos, TX 78667-1844 TARLETON — Tarleton State Univ. — Box T-1557, Tarleton Station, TX 76402 TEXAS — U. of Texas — 711 W 26th St., Austin,TX 78705 TEXAS A&M — Texas A&M Univ. — PO Box 9864, College Station, TX 77842 TRI-STATE – Tri-State U. – 112 S Darling, Angola, IN 46703 TROY STATE — Troy State Univ. — PO Box 820633 TSU, Troy, AL 36082 UNLV—Univ. Las Vegas—Box 452008, 4505 Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89154-2008 VALDOSTA — Valdosta State Col. — PO Box 1142, Valdosta, GA 31603-1142 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH — VA Commonwealth Univ.— 16 S. Harrison St. Apt A, Richmond, VA 23220-4813 VIRGINIA TECH — Virginia Polytech. Inst. and St. Univ. —351 National Rd., Christiansburg, VA 20473 WASHINGTON — Univ. of WA — 1819 NE 47th St., S eattle, WA 98105 WASHINGTON STATE — Washington St Univ. — 800 NE Monroe St., Pullman, WA 99163 WEST CHESTER— West Chester Univ.— 202 Sykes Union Bldg., West Chester, PA 19383 WEST VIRGINIA TECH — West Virginia Inst. of Technol ogy — 621 First Ave., Montgomery, WV 25136 WESTERN CAROLINA — Western Carolina Univ.— PO Box 1215, Cullowhee, NC 28723 WESTERN ILLINOIS — Western Illinois Univ — 721 Wigwam Hollow Rd., Macomb, IL 61455-1029 WESTERN MICHIGAN — Western Michigan Univ. — 1711 Fraternity Village Dr #3., Kalamazoo, MI 49006 WESTERN ONTARIO — Univ. of Western Ontario — 600 Grenfell Rd Apt 902, London, ON N5X 2R8 WHITEWATER — Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater — P. O. Box 115 , Whitewater, WI 53190 WINDSOR — Univ. of Windsor — 408 Indian Rd., Windsor, ON, Canada N9C 2M4 WYOMING — Univ. of Wyoming — 1615 Fraternity Row, Laramie, WY 82070 COLONIES BOWLING GREEN—Bowling Green St. Univ.—440 Stu. Serv. BGSU, Bowling Green, OH 43403 FULLERTON — California State Univ.- Fullerton — 2100 Associated Rd., Fullerton, CA 92631 JAMES MADISON—James Madison Univ.—MSC 3501, Harrisonburg, VA 22807 LINDENWOOD —Lindenwood College— P. O. Box 955, St Charles, MO 63302 STEPHEN F AUSTIN—Stephen F Austin Univ.—Stu. Act. Box 13021 SGA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3021 STONY BROOK —SUNY at Stony Brook—% Michael Goldstein, 11 Pinetree Ct., Commack, NY 11725 WEST VIRGINIA—West Virginia Univ.—% Jay Malise, Rm 211 Stalnaker Hall, Morgantown, WV 26506 ALUMNI CHAPTERS BAY AREA — Pres. Bryon McDougall, Chico ’89, 510 Front Ln., Mountain View, CA 94041 BLUEGRASS — Pres. Stephen Meyer, Jr., Louisville ’92, 3314 Audubon Ridge Dr., Louisville, KY 40213 COLUMBUS — Pres. Hylas A. Hilliard, Ohio State ’40, 2544 Farleigh Rd, Columbus, OH 43221 HAMPTON ROADS AREA— Pres. Clifton C. Hicks, ODU ’93, 8133 Walters Dr., Norfolk, VA 23518-2345 ILLINOIS — Pres. Frederick Lincicome, Illinois ’61, PO Box 5080, Champaign, IL 61825-5080 LOS ANGELES — Pres. Todd A LaBelle, SoCal ’91, 17721 Sidwell St., Granada Hills, CA 91344 MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY—Pres. Darryl L. Spurlock, SEMO ’92, 519 N Middle, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 NORTHERN TEXAS — Pres. John Gioffredi, Iowa State ’78 6500 Greenville Ave #700, Dallas, TX 75206 PITTSBURGH-GOLDEN TRIANGLE — Pres. Robert Cook, Johnstown ’91, 123 McMonagel Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15220 PORTLAND-GORHAM — Pres. Thomas V Hugill, Gor St ’81, 19 Summerfield Ln., Scarborough, ME 04074 SOUTH FLORIDA — Pres. Michael Agnello, Mich. St. ’81, P. O. Box 827, Palm Beach, FL 33480-0827 TORONTO-Pres. John G. Richardson, OsgH., %Mills & Mills, 145 Kent St. W Ste. 2500, Toronto, ON M5H 3T6, Canada


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