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Your Health Work and college life can be bad for your health! We all feel way too busy to eat right, exercise, and get enough sleep. So how do you stay healthy? The trick is to incorporate small, healthful habits into your life. By doing so, you’ll feel better both physically and emotionally and will be better able to navigate the stress of college and work. This issue of the Quarterly will help you think about the importance of taking care of yourself and your brothers. However, here are some suggestions for how we all can stay healthy. Get enough sleep. When it comes to balancing busy schedules, we tend to put sleep low on the list of priorities. Don’t do this. Without sleep, you’re not going to be able to concentrate well enough to get the most out of your day. Eat sensibly. Avoid late night eating and overindulgence of junk food. And don’t skip breakfast. Doing so contributes to weight gain. It also will make it hard for you to concentrate. You don’t have to eat a big breakfast; a bowl of cereal or a cup of yogurt will make you a happier and healthier. More men today are facing problems with eating disorders, which can be deadly. If you have serious issues with food, seek help immediately. Drink water. Most men do not get nearly enough water. Resist soda machines and the unlimited soda at the dining hall and get into the habit of drinking water. Get a water bottle and carry it around with you. Don’t binge drink. Excessive drinking can lead to addiction or alcohol poisoning. Don’t smoke. If you picked up the habit in college, stop now. If you are in college, don’t pick up the habit. Work in walking. Even if you have a car, work in walking. There’s no better way to work exercise into a busy schedule than going up stairs or a stroll around the block. Spend time at a fitness center. Find an activity that you like. You don’t need to spend hours and hours working out to feel the benefits. Get regular checkups. Make sure to see a doctor regularly. Learn to relax. This can be a difficult, but do your best. Learn to put things in perspective. If you get a C on that test you’re freaking out about, what’s the worst to happen. If you have access to a stress management course or yoga, sign up. Get mental health counseling. More men are suffering from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addictions, and counseling centers are well equipped to help with these issues. Have safe

sex. Always use a condom. Know the physical risks and emotional baggage that can come with casual and promiscuous sex. They say real men don’t eat quiche, and they generally don’t talk about their health. How sad that we allow these nuances to keep us from discussing life and death issues. I challenge you, alumni and undergraduates, to read and discuss the issues here with another brother. To your health,

E Franklin Kansas Sate ‘75 E. Bernard Franklin, President, Delta Upsilon International Fraternity

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Delta Upsilon International Fraternity North America’s Oldest Non-Secret Fraternity: Founded 1834

The Principles of Delta Upsilon The Promotion of Friendship The Development of Character The Diffusion of Liberal Culture The Advancement of Justice

The Motto of Delta Upsilon Dikaia Upotheke - Justice Our Foundation Officers President E. Bernard Franklin, Ph.D., Kansas State ‘76 Chairman of the Board William L. Messick, Lafayette ‘68 Secretary Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina ‘66 Treasurer Bradford S. Grabow, DePauw ‘85 Directors Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin ‘69 Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma ‘75 Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ‘76 Joseph R. Heerens, DePauw ‘84 E. Bruce McKinney, Missouri ‘74 Matthew C. Nance, DePauw ‘10 Adam M. Sessa, San Jose ‘10 Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State ‘82 K. Brad Valentine, Ed.D.Tufts ‘67

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Past Presidents Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State ‘61 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose ‘55 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ‘58 James D. McQuaid, Chicago ‘60 Alvan E. (Ed) Porter, Oklahoma ‘65 International Headquarters Staff Executive Director, Delta Upsilon Fraternity Justin Kirk Executive Director, Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation David R. Schumacher Executive Assistant Barbara A. Harness Director of Operations Brandylin J. Cole Director of Alumni Development, Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Craig S. Sowell, Houston ‘92 Director of Volunteer Development Eric Chamberlain Director of Leadership Development Andy Bergman Director of Communications Jean Gileno Lloyd Director of Chapter Services Ian M. Areces, Rochester ‘06 Chapter Development Coordinator Drew Lurker Expansion Consultant Byron Gilbert, Central Florida ‘08 Leadership Consultant Gordon Bothun, Carthage ‘08 Administrative Assistant Jana Cole Membership Records Clerk Roslyn Riall Design by Jimmy Ball, Arlington ‘90

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Taking Care of Your Brothers Taking Care of Yourself In 1960 nobody batted an eye at children riding loose in the back of a station wagon. Today people will call the police if they see a child who is not in a car seat. What changed? There’s no dramatic rise in accidents, but rather an increased awareness of risk and safety, says Tim Marchell, Cornell ‘82, associate director of health services at Cornell University. Awareness, specifically an increased awareness of health risks for students, means university student health services are expanding. At Cornell University, for example, counseling services have doubled in the last 10 years as awareness of needs has grown. And Cornell is a leader in a campus trend to increase dialogues, ramp up professional training and truly face the needs of students. While Delta Upsilon provides a natural setting for brothers to share, educate each other and look out for each other, when it comes to emotional wellbeing

and health issues some things often slide under the radar. It’s generally not that brothers don’t care; they just may not understand the issues another brother is facing or don’t know who to turn to for help. With the myriad health issues a DU brother might face, increased awareness among alumni and undergraduate brothers can be invaluable. When students are struggling, they are most likely to turn to friends and parents so, as a brother, it’s important to be prepared and know what to do or what to say when a concern arises. Often a chapter’s officers or involved alumni are the first to know who is struggling because a brother with problems is brought to their attention for causing trouble, often related to problem drinking or fighting. In such a scenario, is the person drinking heavily just to party, or is there a serious problem? Recognizing a need, responding and helping a brother find help and resources, or simply sitting

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down to listen to a brother who might be troubled, is an extension of Delta Upsilon’s articulated values. As a friend and brother, it’s important to take the time to learn about resources in your community and to be sensitive to the needs of other brothers. Alumni also need to recognize significant changes in societal thinking. Did a brother who left school many years ago have a mental health issue that went unrecognized? Was the heavy drinker exhibiting a symptom of a depressive disorder? Recognition of these realities has changed the way we think and increased the responsibility to respond and reach out. “Fraternity membership is a particular domain more aligned with traditional gender roles,” said Marchell. He encourages a shift in culture to reduce the stigma associated with asking for help and for young men to feel okay, saying “I need help.” “ Take a cue from the Air Force,” Marchell said. The Air Force has one of the few suicide-prevention programs proven effective. In addition to training in

GreekLifeEdu™ is one of the services offered by Delta Upsilon to help student health and safety.

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Leadership, Friendship, Scholarship, and Philanthropy. GreekLifeEdu is an online, Population-Level Prevention® program that educates an entire group of students about behaviors that compromise personal safety and challenges preconceived social norms. Tailored to the needs of Greek organizations, GreekLifeEdu is an interactive program that focuses on alcohol consumption, hazing, and sexual assault, helping students make safer and healthier decisions. Program Content Customized to each student, the course provides an experience that impacts both individual behavior and community culture. First, members learn what is in a “standard drink,” different factors that affect BAC,

Taking Care of Mind and body On Campus

Do you and your brothers know what resources are available at your campus health center? If not, now is the time to learn. If your school is not near your primary doctor, find out what is available nearby to take care of your mind and body. Please check with health services on your campus. They may offer services like treatment of acute illness, immunizations, Tuberculin skin tests, over-the-counter (non-prescription) medications, family planning services, and free STD and HIV testing. Health screening may also be available to check your BMI, body fat, vision, glucose and cholesterol. Flu shots may also be available for those at high risk living in close quarters. Invite a speaker to discuss health-related issues with your chapter and educate brothers about what resources are available.

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how to help a friend who experiences an alcohol overdose, and guidelines for being a safe party host. Next, students identify different forms of hazing, learn how states legally address hazing, and create a personal plan that includes goals and activities for their chapter. Lastly, members learn about the facts and myths surrounding sexual assault, define the term “consent,” and identify strategies that can be used to intervene in a situation that might lead to a sexual assault. GreekLifeEdu also includes: • Personalized pathways and feedback for a customized user experience • Realistic simulations that allow students to evaluate their decisions • Delta Upsilon specific resources, such as policies, procedures, and key staff contacts *Allan, E.J. and M. Madden. (2008). Hazing in View: College Students at Risk, Initial Findings from the National Study of Student Hazing.

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detecting depression and other mental disorders for all service members, four-star chiefs of staff take the lead in talking publically about mental health and building an understanding that seeking health care is a sign of strength, not weakness. “Brothers can educate themselves about health issues and cultivate a sense of responsibility by helping educate other brothers,” said University of Houston’s Health Center Director, Floyd Robinson, Houston ‘03. Robinson, an alumnus initiate of Delta Upsilon, has 15 years of experience in student health. There was no men’s health clinic when he arrived at the University of Houston, but he established one 10 years ago. “Students want to talk openly and not be criticized,” he said, “And it’s important to find someone in the community who is honest, candid and comfortable talking about men’s health.”

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Last year, Robinson led a program attended by more than 200 men. “We talked about anything and everything,” he said, listing issues such as alcohol abuse, drunk driving, same sex issues, exercise addiction, bulimia, body image, sexual issues and STDs. The program, scheduled for one hour, ran for nearly four hours as he tackled a range of questions. “Give men a chance to write in anonymous questions,” he said, “because they want to talk about these things, it’s just a matter of opening the door.” Alumni can also benefit from education, awareness and increased communication about health-related issues. Regular checkups and age-appropriate preventative health screenings are integral to improving health. All too often, men do not see a doctor for regular checkups. Most men wouldn’t

Floyd Robinson, Houston ‘03, is Director of the University of Houston Health Center. Brother Robinson says it is a great privilege to educate a college campus about various health issues. He frequently speaks to community groups and can advise undergraduates on setting up a chapter health education program For more information call Delta Upsilon International Headquarters at 317875-8900.

dream of driving a car without ever getting the oil changed or checking the tire pressure, so why don’t they get regular health checkups just scheduled car maintenance? Some men will wait until something is terribly wrong, before reluctantly going to the doctor. Avoiding that trend and getting a regular physical exam, no matter what age, will increase the likelihood of reaching reunion milestones and enjoying a full and productive life. Strong social relationship are linked to health and longevity and are an important factor in health and emotional wellbeing throughout life. In addition to managing your own health, whether it is your brother, a friend or family member, you can reach out and be supportive in a time of need. And you can lean on support from others. Weigh the cost of not being educated, aware and making wise choices against the alternatives, and the only logical thing to do is take care of yourself and your brothers.

Places to Go for More Information • National Library of Medicine, www.nlm.nih.gov • Mayo Clinic, www.mayoclinic.com • National Mental Health Awareness Campaign, www.nostigma.org • WebMD, www.webmd.com

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Men: Stay Healthy at Any Age Checklist for Your Next Checkup Screening Tests: What You Need and When Screening tests, such as colorectal cancer tests, can find diseases early when they are easier to treat. Some men need certain screening tests earlier, or more often, than others. Talk to your doctor about which of the tests listed below are right for you, when you should have them, and how often. The Task Force has made the following recommendations, based on scientific evidence, about which screening tests you should have. •

Blood Pressure: Have your blood pressure checked at least every 2 years.

Colorectal Cancer Tests: Begin regular screening for colorectal cancer starting at age 50. Your doctor can help you decide which test is right for you. How often you need to be tested will depend on which test you have.

Diabetes Tests: Have a test to screen for diabetes if you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

Depression: If you've felt "down," sad, or hopeless, and have felt little interest or pleasure in doing things, talk to your doctor about whether he or she can screen you for depression.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Talk to your doctor to see whether you should be screened for sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV.

Prostate Cancer Screening: Talk to your doctor about the possible benefits and harms of prostate cancer screening if you are considering having a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test or digital rectal examination (DRE).

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Should You Take Medicine to Prevent Disease? •

Aspirin: Talk to your doctor about taking aspirin to prevent heart disease if you are older than 40, or if you are younger than 40 and have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or if you smoke.

Immunizations: Stay up-to-date with your immunizations:

Have a flu shot every year starting at age 50.

Have a tetanus-diphtheria shot every 10 years.

Have a pneumonia shot once at age 65 (you may need it earlier if you have certain health problems, such as lung disease).

Talk to your doctor to see whether you need hepatitis B shots.

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What Else Can You Do To Stay Healthy? •

Don't Smoke. But if you do smoke, talk to your doctor about quitting. You can take medicine and get counseling to help you quit. Make a plan and set a quit date. Tell your family, friends, and co-workers you are quitting. Ask for their support.

Eat a Healthy Diet. Eat a variety of foods, including fruit, vegetables, animal or vegetable protein (such as meat, fish, chicken, eggs, beans, lentils, tofu, or tempeh) and grains (such as rice). Limit the amount of saturated fat you eat.

Be Physically Active. Walk, dance, ride a bike, rake leaves, or do any other physical activity you enjoy. Start small and work up to a total of 20-30 minutes most days of the week.

Stay at a Healthy Weight. Balance the number of calories you eat with the number you burn off by your activities. Remember to watch portion sizes. Talk to your doctor if you have questions about what or how much to eat.

Drink Alcohol Only in Moderation. If you drink alcohol, have no more than 2 drinks a day. A standard drink is one 12-ounce bottle of beer or wine cooler, one 5-ounce glass of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof distilled spirits. Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Implementing Dynamic Recruitment In 2007 Delta Upsilon Fraternity began sharing the Dynamic Recruitment System, with chapter leaders at the Leadership Institute and Winter Educational Conference. The Dynamic Recruitment System, from Phired Up Productions, is a year-round, values-based strategy to increase the quality of nearly any chapter. Director of Chapter Services, Ian Areces, Rochester ‘06 said, “We have seen a major paradigm shift from some of our chapters in respect to the way they recruit and as a result those chapters have seen drastic improvement in overall recruitment results.” Chapters who have embraced this system have been eager to share their success stories. Kent State Chapter Doubles in Size The Kent State Chapter has made a remarkable turn around. In the past semester, we were able to double our chapter size. In the first semester, we recruited 21 guys and we are moving forward. Not only did Dynamic Recruitment help the chapter out with recruitment but also it made a big impact on the way I talk to people. The five ways to dominate a conversation helped me learn about so many people. I could not have done it without the help of the Dynamic Recruitment System.

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The recruitment workshop opened up a door for me that will create amazing opportunities even after college. The way I can now present the chapter and myself is a new milestone in my life. The fraternity will not only grow bigger because of the workshop but prosperous as well.

The recruitment workshop is an amazing tool for a struggling chapter that wants to make changes. The key thing is to make sure that the chapter is motivated and involved with the recruitment events and that brothers know how to lead the conversation. After a five minutes speech with a potential, you The Arlington Chapter should know enough about them to doubled the size of our see if they would be a good fit for the fraternity or not. chapter. We set our goals

The first step in changing the direction of the chapter was to become more socially involved on campus. We needed to hype up the Delta Upsilon name. We started doing a raffle on and we accomplished them. campus for a surround sound set. That Of course it was not easy helped us get phone numbers for about 40 guys. From there we were able to it took a lot of hard work bring about half of them over to check and a lot of planning. out our fraternity house. What a great —Agapito Flores, Arlington ‘10 idea to rush guys!

We doubled our chapter size. If you were to come to see our chapter and our pledges, you would be amazed to see that every one of them is a quality guy. These guys have what it takes to build a stronger, more powerful DU. Not one guy in the chapter has VP Recruitment not pulled his weight. I will see every As an example of something the one of these men at my wedding one chapter did differently for recruitment day. Our DU brotherhood is strong compared to two or three years ago, we designed an “i heart and clicking. Th ank you for the opportunity to learn and du” shirt to give out to sorority girls to wear and hype the understand the means of communication. Delta Upsilon name. Then we organized small events to get to know the freshmen and my contacts kept coming in. I probably received 20 contacts just from one night. These things drew in about 50 contacts and 21 of them rushed so a little less than half rushed from these strategies. After the recruitment workshop, I was really pumped to go out and rush, rush, rush just to see my potential. I was very excited and wanted to come back and motivate the rest of the chapter. I gave brothers the “I am fired up speech” and made them do the high five and that got brothers going. I told them about how to dominate a conversation. I gave the chapter a little learning lesson on how to be social and make sure there aren’t awkward moments when talking to a potential member.

Fraternally, Benjamin Kitchen, Kent State ‘10 —VP of Recruitment Wichita Membership Nearly Triples Since the Dynamic Recruitment presentation a mass revamping has happened in our chapter. Look at the trends of our pledge class sizes: 2004: 6, 2005: 8, 2006: 12, 2007: 17, 2008: 28 To change the direction of the chapter, we had to get every brother in the chapter to realize that recruitment is

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are now able to seek out better-quality men with more not just one man’s job and get brothers to understand that involvement on campus. We know where to recruit to find each of them plays a part. Whether a brother is the one potential leaders. who initiates contact with an individual, tips the fraternity to a potential new member, talks to a recruit while visiting Our chapter leaders motivated the rest of the chapter the chapter (middle man position), attends all the events, through leading by example. Seeing the works on the programming for events or leaders get involved in change definitely By employing the activities or helps close the deal with a inspired others to see recruitment as recruit, he is part of the process. techniques they second nature. With more brothers more Additionally, I preached to each member that it’s not a house or a fraternity a man joins, its the men inside of it. We can compete on a larger level, no matter how nice our house is or the awards we have won in recent history-there is a legacy larger than ours to carry on.

learned through Dynamic Recruitment the Houston chapter implemented a simple system and recruited

things happen throughout the semester. The system helped us pick more wellrounded leaders to run the fraternity. The executive board is more effective and general motivation for growth has improved.

For chapters that may need to change, don’t be afraid to challenge the process. Unlike the past, every brother must double the chapter size. Push hard for change and get others on now be engaged in some part of the —Tomas Ortiz, Houston ‘10 board. Every DU chapter ‘s situation is different, so observe and imitate the recruitment process, even newly signed President positive, successful practices of other members. There is more organization to chapters on your campus. DU has an recruitment. It’s not just in the summer, incredible and easy product to sell with non-secrecy as our but year-round. And finally, we now have a team-based backbone. recruitment process. The recruitment chair now has two or more captains who help with the programming, calling, —Frankie Schneider, Wichita ‘10 setting up activities and events, and the process in general. VP Associate Member Education We have a better understanding of our market and 20 associate members to

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Founders Medal Presented to George F. Rubin, Lafayette ‘64 The Founders Medal, the highest honor that the International Fraternity can bestow upon a DU alumnus for volunteer service to an individual chapter, recognizes inspirational and dedicated service to the Fraternity and to a Delta Upsilon Chapter. The award celebrates those brothers whose service to the Fraternity brings great honor to the Fraternity through undying loyalty and volunteer service to a chapter, and by extraordinary efforts or quality of services in the interests of Delta Upsilon. George F. Rubin, Lafayette ‘64 was awarded the Founders Medal at the Philadelphia Alumni Club’s Founders Day banquet on October 24. Rubin earned a Bachelor of Arts in geology and a Bachelor of Science Degree in civil engineering. He served in the U.S. Army from 1965-1970 and received the Bronze Star and the Army Commendation Medal for his service in Vietnam. Rubin has served on the Board of Trustees of Lafayette College since 1989, is the chair of the Grounds and Buildings Committee and is also on the Executive Committee. He has served for more than 25 years on the Lafayette Chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity Board of Trustees.

of Elwyn Institute, a nonprofit human services organization providing services for people of all ages with special needs and disadvantages. He serves on the board of The Radnor Hunt Races, the proceeds of which go to the Brandywine Conservancy for the preservation of open space, and is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Thorncroft Equestrian Center, the largest Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center in Pennsylvania. In addition, he has served since 2004 on the Veterans Advisory Committee on Education (VACOE), which advises the Secretary of Veteran Affairs on the Administration of Veterans Education and Training programs. Brother Rubin is an integral part of the Lafayette Chapter and has always been an extremely active alumnus. His involvement and dedication to excellence is an integral part of Delta Upsilon’s commitment to Build Better Men.”

Brother Rubin has also served since 1991 on the Board

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Alumni News to bother someone else trying to sleep in the same room. The LightWedge has a tapered, wedge-shaped piece of opticalgrade acrylic that guides the light from two bright LEDs down onto the page using light pipe technology. The LightWedge uses LEDs, which do not get hot and will not burn out, and are extremely energy-efficient. The company, LightWedge LLC, has expanded to sell many personal LED reading lights and magnifiers, with 2008 revenue expected to exceed $13M (up from $12M in 2007, $5.7M in 2006 and $3.8M in 2005). The LightWedge is sold at Barnes & Noble, Borders, Wal-Mart, Office Depot, Staples and Amazon along with numerous catalogs and independent bookstores, stationery stores, gift stores, etc. and the online store at www. biggerandbrighter.com.

Don Edgar, Alberta ’87 and Allan Warrack, Alberta ‘61

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Alberta On September 24, more than 70 alumni, undergraduates and potential members of the Alberta Chapter celebrated the 29th Annual DU Alumni Rush Stag. The event was emceed by Gary Killips, Alberta '71. The J. Harper Prowse Speaker was the CEO and President of EPCOR Utilities (one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for the last eight years), Don Lowry, Manitoba '73, who spoke of the importance of having a balanced life as an undergraduate and achieving goals. The alumni chapter honored former DU Fraternity Chairman and Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, Bob Edgar, Alberta '55, who passed away in August 2008, by renaming the event the Robert J. Edgar Rush Dinner. In addition, the alumni chapter announced the creation of two $1,000 scholarships to support the undergraduate chapter. The Edge King Scholarship, honors Edge King, Alberta '42, who also passed away in August 2008. In attendance for the announcements honoring their fathers were Don Edgar, Alberta '87 and Don King, Alberta '68.

The LightWedge was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show in June 2007, December 2007 and again in August 2008. The Wall Street Journal online ran a story about how Bennett’s business responded to business generated through Oprah. The LightWedge has been featured in many gadget and gift guides and is a top seller on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. LightWedge LLC made the Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing companies in the US in 2006 and was on the list again in 2008. Bennett majored in English literature at Bucknell and has been described as a serial entrepreneur. LightWedge is the third startup company he has been involved with. In 1994, he started one of the first ‘vertical b-to-b’ web sites, www.bookwire.com, which he ultimately sold to Reed Elesevier. While with Reed,

Bucknell Jamey Bennett, Bucknell ‘90 invented and patented a book light called the LightWedge in 2001 and has grown a robust company, several product lines, and more than 400 products and services around this flagship product. The LightWedge (www.lightwedge.com) is different from all other book lights because it puts all of the light only on the page - no light escapes

Jamey Bennett, Bucknell ‘90

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he successfully launched several web sites including variety. com, broadcastingandcable.com and publishersweekly.com. In 1996, Bennett co-founded LendingTree.com with Douglas Lebda, Bucknell ‘92. By the time he left LendingTree in July 2000, the company employed over 225 people and was traded on the NASDAQ exchange under TREE. LendingTree now closes over $10 billion in loans each quarter and was recently sold for over $700 million. Bennett works with Ned Insley, Bucknell ‘86, who is the company’s chief operating officer and an early LightWedge investor. The Boston Globe recently ran a story on the front page of its business section about the LightWedge and described how Bennett, based out of Nantucket, Mass. and Insley, based out of Baltimore, Maryland, have worked together to continue to grow LightWedge. Bennett loved his time at Bucknell and speaks frequently about being a member of Delta Upsilon. Cornell More than 100 alumni – including 85 from the classes of the 1970s – made Delta Upsilon’s Homecoming Weekend 2008 the most successful in the history of the chapter. Including undergraduate brothers and guests, more than 225 attended the postgame reception at DU.

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From Alaska, Hawaii, California, Texas, and other distant points the DUs came for two days of activities, including an afternoon at the Fall Creek House, Friday night at 6 South Avenue, Cornell Football Association-DU tailgate party right outside the Crescent, an exciting Big Red upset over Yale, and the catered reception at DU.

Mike Valentine, DePauw ’04 at the top of a mountain in the Negev desert near the Dead Sea.

DePauw Michael Valentine, DePauw ‘04 went on a 12-day trip to Israel through a program called Birthright Israel. Through the program, young Jewish adults who have never been to Israel visit for the first time. Brother Valentine completed an application, wrote essays, and participated in phone interviews before he was accepted to the program. While traveling he visited Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, the Dead Sea, the Negev Dessert, Tiberius and the Golan Heights

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Fresno George Wada, Fresno ‘74 was the official photographer for Delta Upsilon’s Leadership Institute in 2007 and 2008. His photos have appeared in the last three issues of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly. Visit George’s web site at www. georgewada.com or contact him at George@georgewada. com.

Homecoming Weekend at Cornell.

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Iowa Michael D. Steele, Iowa ‘77 is owner of Steele Capital Management, Inc., named by Barron’s in August as number 14 on its list of Top 100 Independent Financial Advisers in the United States. Iowa State Luke Fenner, Iowa State ‘03 was awarded a Purple Heart for his service in Iraq. Johns Hopkins Royce Pabst Poinsett, Johns Hopkins ‘94 has joined the Austin office of McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore, L.L.P. in its legislative and governmental relations practice group.

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Poinsett’s public service spans more than a decade and includes 11 regular and special sessions of the Legislature. Most recently, Poinsett served as general counsel and policy adviser to Texas House Speaker Tom Craddick. Poinsett advised the Speaker and his committee chair leadership team on formulating and implementing legislative agendas, and on negotiating compromise legislation with the Senate and the Governor. Poinsett also served as House Ethics Advisor, advising legislators from both parties on government ethics and campaign finance restrictions and as the Speaker's Designee on the Texas Enterprise Fund Board. Poinsett's career includes advising elected officials from both parties at the federal, state and local levels of government since 1991. He served Texas Governor George W. Bush, U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson. In Baltimore, Poinsett served as the political aide for Martin O'Malley, then a young City Councilman and now the Governor of Maryland. Prior to entering public service, Poinsett practiced corporate and securities law. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University and earned a graduate degree from the London School of Economics. Poinsett received his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law where he was a member of the Texas Law Review. Kansas State A Kansas State program to help develop the next generation of urban leaders was named in honor of two

Delta Upsilon brothers. The Edgerley-Franklin Urban Leadership Scholarship is named in honor of Paul Edgerley, Kansas State ‘78 and Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ‘75 for dedication to helping underprivileged youth achieve success and for giving back to the Kansas State community. The program aims to give students the knowledge and vision to bring new solutions to America's most crucial urban needs. Five freshman Urban Scholars were selected for their strong grade point averages in high school and for exemplified outstanding community service in their urban neighborhoods. Their $3,000 scholarships are renewable for up to four years by retaining a Kansas State grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Franklin, who earned a political science degree at Kansas State made university history when he became the first African-American student body president. He now serves as the president of Penn Valley Community College in Kansas City, Mo. The scholarship also honors the memory of his late wife, Elsia Franklin, who was passionate about helping young girls from urban communities become successful. Elsia Franklin started an "Inner and Outer Beauty" program that was widely recognized in her hometown of Mobile, Ala. Lafayette James R. Fisher, Lafayette '77 was honored by the Delaware Chapter of the National Football Foundation with the Contribution to Amateur Football Award. This annual award recognizes an individual for local efforts and activities in support of the Foundation and its goals. Fisher's impact on football in the Lehigh Valley in New Jersey spans the collegiate, high school and youth levels. "My parents believed in giving back and not just with money, but more importantly with one's time," Fishers said. "Whether it's the local Little League or Lafayette, my wife, Tracey, and I have been very fortunate to have been able to assist in seeing young athletes have access to quality facilities. The greatest gift has not been with the kids that go on and play in college, but with the ones that were heading in the wrong direction that changed their course. I'd like to think I had a hand in influencing their choices." Fisher was one of three lead donors to Lafayette’s recentlycompleted Fisher Stadium transformation project. This $23 million project includes the Frances D. Fisher Memorial Scoreboard, a state-of-the-art video matrix board in the northwest corner of Fisher Stadium. Fisher and his wife

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have established two funds that benefit student-athletes–the James J. and Frances D. Fisher Scholarship and the James R. and Tracey Fisher Athletics Enhancement Endowment. In recognition of their generosity to Lafayette, two residence halls were named after Jim and Tracey and the Fishers have also received Lafayette's highest honor with their 2003 induction into the Societe d'Honneur. Fisher's football coaching career began 20 years ago in New Jersey with Allentown's Pop Warner program. He served as the offensive coordinator at Allentown High School and spent several years on the Board of Allentown Pop Warner. The Fishers donated the lights and funded the field house renovation at Allentown. Most recently, Fisher became an offensive coach for the football team at perennial powerhouse Notre Dame High School in New Jersey. Fisher, an economics and business major at Lafayette, is currently the managing member of Fisher Capital Corp., LLC, which sponsors the annual Sunshine All-Star Football Classic. He also serves as a Trustee of Lafayette College, the American Foundation for the Blind and the National World War II Museum. In addition, Fisher was inducted into the Millstone-Roosevelt Little League Hall of Fame for his work with the organization.

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Northwestern For 2009 Ross N. Roe, Northwestern ‘50 will represent the State of Oregon to the national Experience Works Program. Launched in 1998, Experienced Works’ Prime Time Awards Program salutes America’s senior work force by identifying honorees in three categories: Outstanding Older Workers, Outstanding Employers of Older Workers, and America’s Oldest Worker. The concept of the organization is designed to clearly tell the rest of the nation how workers older than 65 bring serious value to the work place Looking back over his 80 years, Roe said, “Since I turned 65 in 1993, I have enjoyed the most productive of all my working years As a family business, I enjoy the support of our son as general manager of Roe Motors GM and our daughter as sales manager. Together, we have developed a healthy, stable expansion of our automobile business for General Motors and our customers. All three of us work heavily in responsible civic affairs. Roe writes, “My personal focus civically, has been a 20-year dream that has become a reality. It is called the Re-Tree Youth Tree Plant where more than 1,000 youth plant 5,000 native

DU Brothers congratulate Brother Hamilton at the induction ceremony. L-R: Elliott Wiltse; Ed Porter, Oklahoma ’65; Bill Hamilton, Oklahoma ’57; David Rennie, Oklahoma ’63; Paul Massad, Oklahoma ’60; and Chris Wiltse, Oklahoma ‘72.

firs and pines off Elk Lane and New Hope Road in Grants Pass on the Josephine County Forest Preserve in Oregon. The Boys Scouts will complete their 20th annual tree plant in February 2009–the largest continuous tree plant by Boy Scouts in the State of Oregon. In February, planters will also hunt for their aluminum tree tag with its aluminum stake. Looking like a military dog tag, stakes bear an engraved name and the year planted. Some of the trees planted around 1991 are approaching 20 feet and the planters are now around 30 years old. Much of this has occurred since I turned 65!”

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Oklahoma On October 31, former DU Director William A. Hamilton, Oklahoma ‘57 was inducted into the University of Oklahoma Army ROTC Hall of Fame in Normal, Oklahoma. The next morning he flew home to Colorado where he was inducted into the Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame. In addition to being a 30-year-member of Airline Owners and Pilots Association, Hamilton is a member of the Civil Air Patrol, the Wings over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, the Colorado Aviation Historical Society, the Colorado Airport Operators Association, the Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association, EAA Chapter 1267 in Granby and EAA Chapter 569 in Lincoln, Neb. Currently, he serves as president of the Friends of the Granby Airport, Inc. Purdue Brothers from the class of 1959 held a 50th Anniversary celebration at Purdue on the weekend of October 24. They all first met as pledges in late January 1956. They celebrated with a Friday-evening dinner, and then joined other DUs for the cocktail reception at the University Inn. On Saturday, brothers attended the annual Purdue DU board of directors meeting, had a brunch before the football game and those who wanted to sit out in the cold and rain attended the game

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to one geographic market or destinations in one continent. Kamlani explains, “We feel that the world is far too intricate and complex for one company to successfully cover all of the destinations out there. So we connected all of the individual players in each region to bring one single online resource for travelers who wish to go just about anywhere.”

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Ashwin Kamlani, Rochester ‘98

Thomas Pearson, Purdue ‘59.

While studying Spanish and psychology at the University of Rochester, Kamlani was president of his pledge class. He says his involvement with Delta Upsilon gave him the necessary tools to rise to the top of his industry, and to manage a multinational company as the CEO.

while others watched on TV from the chapter house. On Saturday night the Class of ‘59 dined together and shared 50-plus-year-old stories.

“My experience with DU was invaluable as a part of my professional development and education. I learned to network with all kinds of people from all over the world.”

Harvey Hostetler, Purdue ‘59 was honored at half-time of the football game along with all the other members of the football team from the 1958 season.

Prior to joining AboutAnywhere.com, Kamlani completed his master’s of management in hospitality at the world-renowned Cornell School of Hotel Administration, and then worked for Sol Melia Hotels & Resorts, the largest Spanish hotel chain in the world. He started at Sol Melia in 2003 as an unpaid intern, eventually working his way up to global vice president of distribution, based at the Corporate Heaquarters in Mallorca, Spain.

Thomas Pearson, Purdue ‘59, was elected 2009 President of the American Miniature Race Car Association, which was formed in 1939. Brother Pearson set a new National Record for Class IX cars at 125+ mph and was also the 2008 high point trophy winner at the Anderson, Indiana track. In 2005, Pearson sought a new hobby to meet the fit and active requirement for both brain and body. He began building and racing small-engine-powered racecars that are run on a wire tether at high speeds around a 70-foot diameter concrete track. There are only three places left in the United States with an operating track, though there are many more in Europe and the former Soviet nations. After picking up skill sets and knowledge and dusting off his Purdue engineering background, Pearson managed to set a record for one of the slower classes, Class 9, at 125+ mph in June. Pearson traveled to the National Championship Race on Long Island in September where he placed second in two classes. Rochester Ashwin Kamlani, Rochester ‘98 is CEO of AboutAnywhere. com, a travel site that spans the globe rather than limiting

AboutAnywhere.com has offices in London and Miami, where Ashwin Kamlani is based. Southwest Missouri Aaron T. Walter, Southwest Missouri ‘86 is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army and the former Commander of 479th Engineer Battalion (Combat Effects). He was responsible for deploying the 479th to Iraq last year. The mission of the battalion just south of Baghdad was to perform expeditionary construction and route clearance in support of Multi-National Division Center. The battalion successfully executed these missions in Iraq from September 2007 to June 2008. The battalion built over 50 patrol bases and combat outposts, and cleared thousands of kilometers of roads of improvised explosive devices. Walter now works at the U.S. Army Reserve Command at Fort McPherson, Georgia as a staff officer.

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Syracuse Earlier this year, Michael Balkind, Syracuse ‘83, author of Sudden Death, the first book in the Deadly Sports Mystery series published by SterlingHouse, received some good news: Marc Entertainment, located in Los Angeles, just optioned the series for television. Technology Dr. William R. Brody, Technology ‘65 accepted the position of president of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. He is the outgoing president of Johns Hopkins University who had previously announced plans to retire, but told the Baltimore Sun that the Salk job was too tempting to pass up. His 12 years at Johns Hopkins oversaw

the tripling of the university’s endowment a significant expansion of its global health efforts. Washington State Jason Clark, Washington State ‘01, is Associate Director of student activities for Greek life at Boise State University. His primary responsibilities will be to work with and guide the growth of the Greek system at Boise State University. As a member of the student activities team, he will also take on some other responsibilities in achieving their overall mission and goals. Submit your news at www.deltau.org or email Director of Communications Jean Gileno Lloyd at gileno@deltau.org.

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One hundred forty brothers and guests crowded the Union League in downtown Philadelphia in October to celebrate Founders Day (Nov 4) just a little bit early. Former Commerce Department and Treasury Department official Carlos C. Campbell delivered the keynote address. The Fraternity honored George F. Rubin, Lafayette ‘64 with the Founders Medal for his lifetime of service to the Lafayette Chapter. Joining Brother Rubin’s family were 14 other Lafayette DUs from the 1960s, many of whom were accompanied by their wives. Twenty-five undergraduates from Lafayette attended along with undergraduate and alumni brothers from Alberta, Brown, Carnegie, Central Florida, Chicago, Colgate, Cornell, DePauw, Kansas, Lehigh, Missouri, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State, Rochester, Rutgers, San Jose, Swarthmore, Syracuse, Tufts and Wisconsin. Special thanks to Fraternity Chairman William L. Messick, Lafayette ‘68 for his work to ensure the event’s success. NYC Area Alumni Gather in Manhattan Approximately 50 New York City area DUs converged at the Cornell Club in Manhattan on Thursday, September 25th, for an alumni reception sponsored by the Fraternity and Foundation. Special thanks to Tony Cashen, Cornell ‘57 for securing the venue. One thing that emerged from the event was the desire to re-establish the DU Alumni Club of New York, so look for more events.

Courtesy of Jaime Tejada Photography Jaime Tejada, Iona ‘03

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Philadelphia Alumni Dinner Draws 140

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Chapter News Alberta Chapter On October 18, 2008 brothers from the Alberta Chapter and gamers from around the world came together for 24 hours to raise money and awareness for the cause of pediatric cancer, the number one cause of non-accidental death in children. The chapter raised more than $700 for the Texas Children’s Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The Center serves children worldwide regardless of their family’s ability to pay. Brothers feel their support is crucial to ensuring not only the development of new innovative cures, but also providing care to kids from around the globe. Bucknell Chapter The Bucknell Chapter welcomes Pat Flannery, Bucknell ‘80 as their new alumni advisor. Brother Flannery is a former basketball coach at Bucknell.

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This year the chapter celebrated a third year of participation in the “Stop the Hate” rally with campus and community groups. They plan to perform the Demie play, a fraternity-produced theatrical production with proceeds donated to philanthropic causes, including a scholarship in honor of former advisor Charles Pollock, Bucknell ‘70 who passed away in July after an extended illness. Carthage Chapter At Carthage’s 2008 Homecoming, Social Chair and Associate Member Educator Matt Read, Carthage ‘09, was crowned the king of homecoming court. The homecoming court of five men also included Chapter President Josh TeBeest, Carthage ‘09, and Vice President of Recruitment

DePauw undergraduates gathered with alumni guests for their Founders Day dinner.

Rob Miller, Carthage ‘09. This year marks the fifth year in a row that a Carthage DU has been crowned king and the chapter hopes to continue to fill the court in the future with deserving brothers. DePauw Chapter The DePauw Chapter helped host Party House, a program organized by Residence Life and Housing, Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council and Student Life. The educational program tackles a variety of social scenarios faced by students ranging from drinking games to relationship violence to sexual assault, followed by discussion and reflection with a group facilitator. DU hosted one of the two sites, and it was the first year that a fraternity house was used for the program. Chapter President Michael Beeman, DePauw ‘09 told the student newspaper, “From a risk management aspect, residence halls are not the only places where these problems can occur, so we were happy to host the event.” Houston Chapter Calvin Pollard, Houston ‘98 is reported to be the backbone of the chapter since becoming an alumni advisor this past summer.

Carthage Homecoming King Matt Read, Carthage ‘09, with Josh TeBeest (left), Carthage ‘09 and Rob Miller, Carthage ‘09.

“He has vitalized the executive board to achieve a higher standard. He hangs around after weekly meetings to personally speak with every member. With his support, the Houston Chapter has become a dynamic existence on campus,” said Jason Ciolli, Houston ‘09, vice president of recruitment.

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Iona Chapter Steven Aldrich, Iona ‘10 received a full-tuition DeFeo Scholarship, granted in recognition of his 3.87 GPA and active involvement in the Iona community. He is managing editor of Kaleidoscope Literary Magazine and secretary of the International Business Club. Chapter brothers participated in the American Federation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of Darkness Walk, and raised $600. The walk, which was recognized by Iona College and the Advancement Office, took place at Croton State Park. The chapter supported Ronald Stabile, Iona ‘10 during his resident assistant program titled Soberfest, which took place during Alcohol Awareness Week. The Brothers were assisted by the Iona College cheerleaders and the highly successful event included mocktails, and an information session. The event drew a crowd of more than 100 men and women and allowed Delta Upsilon to break through negative stereotypes involving alcohol abuse in Greek organizations. Michigan Tech Chapter On Saturday, September 20, the Michigan Tech Chapter proudly displayed the Delta Upsilon flag and banner in the city of Houghton’s annual Parade of Nations. In February, Michigan Tech’s winter carnival will feature the theme of “A Frigid Place Gets a Blast from Space.” The carnival will be held from February 4 -7 and the undergraduates invite all alumni as well as brothers from other chapters to visit.

The North Carolina Chapter with Academic Advisor Mindy Sopher after the Greek Life awards ceremony.

North Carolina State Chapter The North Carolina State Chapter received the NC State Greek Life’s highest fraternal award, “Fraternity of the Year.” Chapter President Adam Compton, North Carolina State ‘09 was named Greek Life Chapter President of the Year. Douglas Massengill, North Carolina State ‘10 received “Fraternity Man of the Year, “ and the chapter’s academic advisor, Mindy Sopher, was recognized for her great contributions to North Carolina State’s Greek community.

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The keynote speaker for the Greek Life Awards was Brother Mike Giancola, North Carolina ‘04, director of the North Carolina State Center for Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service. At halftime during the NC State homecoming game, the brothers of Delta Upsilon received the highest award for an IFC Fraternity, the Caldwell Cup, named for the late Chancellor Caldwell.

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North Dakota Chapter

The Michigan Tech Chapter after their fall pledging ceremony.

When Lee McFarland, North Dakota ’09 decided to ask his girlfriend to marry him, he got a little brainstorming help from his best friend and DU brother Mike Yem, North Dakota ‘11. He decided to spell out his question in candles below the window of their third floor apartment. Yem set up and rallied DU undergraduates and alumni as well as several members of Pi Beta Phi. Within an hour, the chapter completed the set up. McFarland brought his girlfriend out on the patio and she looked down to see “Will you marry me?” in candles, surrounded by every DU undergraduate. The brothers were dressed in suits. Brother McFarland said, “She was very overwhelmed, but thankfully said yes, and they all let out a loud cheer. That is easily my best memory of the chapter and of my life thus far.”

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Virginia Chapter At the beginning of the fall semester, the brothers took on the task, requested by the City of Charlottesville, to clean and maintain the area around Beta Bridge. The brothers hope this opportunity will make a positive image in the Greek community and the university community. Western Reserve Chapter

Brothers from four chapters met last summer at the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI).

San Jose Chapter

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Brothers from San Jose State met brothers from the Alberta, Arizona State, and Oregon State Chapters in July at the North-American Interfraternity Conference known as Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI). They spent five days discussing leadership skills, how to improve their chapters, Greek communities and member involvement, and how to live the values of the Fraternity. The brothers learned a lot from this experience, and recommend it to all other brothers who wish to better themselves and their chapters.

The Western Reserve Chapter’s spring 2008 pledge class achieved a combined GPA of 3.486, the highest of all fraternity pledge classes that semester. Western Reserve came close to beating the all men’s GPA, missing it by only 0.01. The chapter hopes to beat the all-men’s average for the fall semester and to help achieve this goal, they have resurrected a mentoring program. Freshmen and sophomores will be paired up with juniors and seniors in their major so they will have someone to go to for help with homework and studying for exams. Brothers hope that this will not only help the underclassmen in their classes, but will also lead to stronger bonds between brothers. Wichita Chapter The Wichita Chapter won the annual homecoming events on their campus. The school turns ordinary volleyball pits into mud volleyball pits, and makes a mud pit available exclusively for mud tug-of-war. The chapter won both the mud volleyball and tug-of-war competitions.

Delta Upsilon Wins Awards Delta Upsilon was honored with two awards in the College Fraternity Editors Association 2008 Annual Awards Competition. DU place third in the Editorial Comment Article category. The award wining entry, an essay on friendship written by Delta Upsilon President Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ‘75, was published in the Fall 2007 issue of the DU Quarterly. The Fraternity was also honored in the Award of Distinction Category with a second-place award in the Publications Improvement category. The Winter 2008 issue of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly, featuring a cover image of Martin Luther King, Jr. and a quote from the feature article, “Dare to Lead,” written by Delta Upsilon President Dr. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ‘75, has received an award for Design Excellence in the 2008 Graphic Design USA Magazine’s American Graphic Design Awards. The American Graphic Design Awards are in their fourth decade of recognizing and honoring the best in American graphic design. This year, out of more than 10,000 entries, only 15 percent were awarded Certificates of Excellence. The powerful cover image was chosen by the judges as one of the top entries.

“ The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience

but where he stands at times of

challenge and controversy.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Delta Upsilon’s graphic designer is Jimmy Ball, Arlington ‘90. Page 18

To review past issues of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly, visit www.deltau.org.

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Photo by Don Cravens//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

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Delta Upsilon Foundation 200-200 Annual Report

Founders Memorial Courtyard Installed. Brick Campaign Ongoing. This past summer, the Delta Upsilon Foundation completed the construction and installation of the Founders Memorial Courtyard at the Headquarters building in Indianapolis. The result was a wonderful and serene outdoor “sanctuary” filled with DU symbolism and the names of more than 400 people whose have left their lasting legacy on the engraved bricks. Beginning Founders Day, November 4, 2008, the price of the engraved bricks was reduced from $250 to the special commemorative price of $175 per brick, to honor the Fraternity’s upcoming 175th Anniversary. Engraved bricks are available to everyone: members, parents, families, friends, organizations, chapters, alumni chapters, anyone! Visit www.DUEF.org to see: • • • • • • •

How to purchase your own brick and leave your own personal mark in the courtyard. How to purchase a brick to honor or memorialize someone else. How to sponsor an additional nuance for the courtyard: benches, fixtures and more! Courtyard stats, who else has a brick in the courtyard, etc. The location of specific bricks. Photos of the courtyard. A list of chapters that have reserved sections or how to get one for your chapter.

Every individual brick, chapter brick and courtyard nuance purchase supports the Foundation’s ability to provide wellneeded educational and leadership programming for our undergraduate brothers. Support the Foundation and leave your legacy today!

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN To the donors listed on the succeeding pages, I cannot thank you enough. Your gifts truly do make a difference. We are fortunate to have many loyal donors who are unfailing in their consistent pattern of giving. Consistency is key, and we make an effort to denote consecutive years of giving for each of our donors listed here. We know that there are thousands of choices for a donor’s charitable giving dollars, and we hope that our Foundation will always be on the giving list of DU brothers. We are pleased to announce that this past fiscal year, we completed the installation of our Founders Memorial Courtyard, and the announcement of our “Better Leaders. Better Legacies.” planned giving initiative. All this, in addition to some new and exciting programming in support of the Fraternity proves that we continue to grow with your support. Be sure to visit our website at www.DUEF.org to see full details. We are extremely grateful to all DU brothers and friends who supported our fundraising efforts in the 2007-08 fiscal year. We are proud to be able to recognize each and every donor on the succeeding pages, and provide some highlights of this past fundraising year. I would like to personally welcome Brother Gary S. Killips, Alberta ‘71 to the DUEF Board of Trustees as the newly elected Trustee. He brings a wealth of knowledge and a wonderful spirit of service to our Board. We are pleased to finally have Canadian representation once again on our Board, for the first time in several years. Our mission for the 2008-09 appeal is already underway and the call is out once again to all brothers: If you are listed on the succeeding pages, please continue with your loyal giving, you are truly making a difference. For those that have lapsed, or perhaps you have not ever given, please understand how important your participation really is. Please do not wait any longer. I become more and more convinced that we are absolutely worthy of your support. My sincere thanks.

Where do your dollars go?

Fraternally,

Every year our donors’ faithful and generous gifts go towards the support of many areas that help make our Fraternity stronger. They include:

Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ‘65 Chairman, DU Educational Foundation

The Leadership Institute – Since 1948, the annual Delta Upsilon Convention & Assembly has been included within what we now know as the Leadership Institute. For nearly 60 years and counting, the Leadership Institute has provided stellar educational programming to undergraduate and alumni members of Delta Upsilon.

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DUEF Board of Trustees Chairman: Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ‘65 Vice Chairman: Craig J. Franz, FSC, Bucknell ‘75 Treasurer: Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State ‘67 Secretary: Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ‘75 Vice-President - Investments: William C. Rappolt, Lafayette ‘67 Vice-President - Development: Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ‘83 Trustees: Roy F. Allan, Lehigh ‘68 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ‘58 Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ‘57 John A. Delaney, Florida ‘77 Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ‘92 John R. Eplee, Kansas State ‘75 Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern ‘51 John C. Herron, South Carolina ‘88 Gary S. Killips, Alberta ‘71 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ‘57 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ‘55 James D. McQuaid, Chicago ‘60 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate ‘74 Dr. John T. Weisel, Oregon ‘48

The Winter Educational Conference – First instituted in 1995 as the Presidents Academy, the WEC now includes educational programming for chapter presidents, as well as the vice-presidents of recruitment. The threeday conference is designed to assist these officers in their leadership and management function to help build a stronger Delta Upsilon. The Leadership Consultant Program – This program was established to employ graduate members of DU to serve as representatives of the Fraternity who are trained to assist chapter/colony members and alumni advisors to advance the principles of DU. Chapter Services Support – IHQ serves as a clearinghouse for an assortment of educational manuals, videos, programming services, personnel resources, and management tools. The Chapter Services department supervises the development and implementation of these educational resources. Charles Evans Hughes DU Emerging Leaders (DUEL) Program – Launched at the 2000 Leadership Institute, the DUEL Program is designed for our chapter’s newest members (freshmen and sophomores). Participants receive customized training in leadership philosophies, group dynamics, confrontation, service learning, public speaking, and motivation. Regional Leadership Seminars – designed to unite and assist the chapters in a particular province together to share ideas and techniques, and to learn additional innovative membership and chapter leadership skills. DU continues to evaluate its personal growth and membership education curriculum tailored to all DU members. Scholarships – Undergraduate and Graduate merit-based scholarships and other educational programs are supported through gifts to the McQuaid Scholarship Fund, Mandel Scholarship Fund and Oak Circle Scholarship Fund. Funding through these gifts are provided annually to undergraduate and graduate members as well as to the Fraternity in the form of grants to support the Fraternity’s initiatives.

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“My general consensus is we take a lot from the Fraternity that we don’t even realize, and sometimes its only fair that we return some of that to the Fraternity, either by volunteering or financial support.” –Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Bradley ‘63

Legacy Circle The Legacy Circle was established in 2000 to honor living brothers who have listed the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation as a beneficiary in their will, insurance policy, 401K, or other deferred giving instrument. The following is a list of brothers that notified the DUEF of their intentions, and as such, are members of the Legacy Circle. Samuel Alboy, Northern Arizona ‘01 Anonymous H. James Avery, Illinois ‘44 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ‘58 James G. Bell, Calgary ‘94 George A. Blair, Miami ‘37 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston ‘77 Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ‘57 Aaron D. Clevenger, Central Florida ‘97 Robert E. Collins, Eastern Kentucky ‘74 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State ‘47 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Bradley ‘63 Stephan C. Davis, Northern Colorado ‘94 John A. Delaney, Florida ‘77 Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina ‘66 Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ‘92 John R. Dytman, Syracuse ‘71 Steven R. Fisher, Washington ‘87 Frederick R. Ford, Purdue ‘58 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ‘70 Jeffrey L. Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ‘94 John E. Giacomazzi, San Jose ‘52 Ole J. Gilbo, Kent State ‘65 William R. Gordon, Kansas State ‘60 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ‘75 Terrence F. Grimes, Eastern Kentucky ‘71 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana ‘54 Thomas E. Harrison, Johns Hopkins ‘53 David A. Heagerty, San Jose ‘50 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue ‘49 Melvin H. Iverson, Washington ‘48 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State ‘47 Everett C. Johnson, Arizona ‘62 Michael O. Johnson, Arkansas ‘90 O. Kepler Johnson, Kansas ‘52 Orville E. Johnson, Washington State ‘39 Thomas M. Koehler, Carnegie ‘87 Martin Kraznitz, Chicago ‘57 Allan M. Lansing, Western Ontario ‘53 Kelly S. Leach, Nebraska ‘85 William T. Liebermann, Miami ‘51 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ‘88 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State ‘59 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ‘73 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ‘55 Thomas C. McNeal, Miami ‘37

Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ‘83 Charles L. Miller, San Jose ‘59 Robert W. Muntzinger, Kent State ‘51 Rodney L. Nelson, Minnesota ‘63 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ‘76 William H. Noble, Missouri ‘50 Alvan E. “Ed” Porter, Oklahoma ‘65 Philip G. Ranford, Culver-Stockton ‘00 Daryl W. Reisfeld, Rochester ‘03 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ‘73 Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ‘65 Jeffrey W. Sears, Northern Arizona ‘98 Trent A. Shepard, Illinois ‘73 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ‘50 Craig S. Sowell, Houston ‘92 Haruo Taga, Bradley ‘54 Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State ‘82 James R. Tormey, San Jose ‘57 John H. Vinyard, Jr., Missouri ‘49 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta ‘61 James T. Watkins, Iowa State ‘53 John T. Weisel, Oregon ‘48 Scott W. Wilson, Colorado ‘73 Venlo J. Wolfsohn, Pennsylvania ‘48

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A charitable bequest to the DU Educational Foundation may be expressed in terms of a specific dollar amount, a percentage of an estate, or as a residual or contingency beneficiary. Wills are important to ensure that wishes regarding assets will be observed and that the estate minimizes taxes or other expenses. The following language is suggested for inclusion in the will of any Delta Upsilon alumnus: “I hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Delta Upsilon Foundation with headquarters at 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, the sum of $______; or the following described property: _________________________, or percent of the rest, residue or remainder of my estate, to be used for the general purposes of the Foundation as the Board of Trustees may direct.”

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report

THE LIFETIME GIVING WALL The DU Educational Foundation commissioned a recognition piece in October 2004 to recognize lifetime giving. The Lifetime Donor Wall honors all donors who have set an example by their loyal and generous support.

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All donors who have gifted a minimum total of $5,000 in a lifetime to the DU Educational Foundation are enshrined on the donor wall. Whenever a donor reaches the $5,000 plateau, his name is automatically added to the wall! In addition, there are 5 levels of recognition for lifetime giving. When a donor reaches “the next level”, his name is moved up to the next recognition level. At the unveiling, the board included 203 names of loyal donors. Since installation, more than 145 donors reached a gift level that qualified them to have their name added to the wall. The current list of 348 names are separated into the following five levels of recognition:

Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Total Assets

$3,401,504

$3,529,676

$3,509,000*

2006-07

2007-08

$3,439,916

$3,052,789

$5,000 $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000+

Friendship Society Character Society Culture Society Justice Society Dikaia Upotheke Society

$2,746,903

This permanent fixture honors those whose generosity demonstrates a commitment to the tradition of yesterday, and the vision of tomorrow. Make sure your name will be included! Leave your legacy, and preserve your name for posterity!

Visit www.DUEF.org for more information, details and a full list of names!

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

The chart above details the total assets of the DU Educational Foundation over the past six years. Among the most significant reasons for the Foundation’s performance this year has been the expert oversight by the Investment Committee, chaired by Bill Rappolt, Lafayette ‘67. On an annual basis the Foundation’s financial statements are audited by K. B. Parrish & Co. LLP of Indianapolis, Indiana. Copies of the 2007-2008 audited financial statements are available upon request from Delta Upsilon Headquarters. *Unaudited

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Consecutive Giving to DUEF for 25 years or more “We drink from wells we did not dig, and travel on roads we did not build. They were dug and built by responsible - yet ordinary people, simply doing the extra. Consistently contributing to the DUEF, is each of our responsible extra. " –Mark Jones, Arlington ‘75

38 Years

32 Years

27 Years

26 Years

Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania ‘44 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell ‘64 Harold D. Barker, Miami ‘50 Michael G. Boylan, Bradley ‘69 David L. Cutter, Stanford ‘51 Peter L. Forrest, Florida ‘58 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington ‘59 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ‘55 Robert J. Martin, Washington ‘59 Thomas E. Mattson, Oregon ‘63 Howard O. Mielke, Carnegie ‘51 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas ‘65 Donald R. Morse, Tufts ‘42 J. David Nelson, Northwestern ‘63 Aubrey H. Polser, Jr., Texas ‘65 Richard R. Popham, Purdue ‘40 Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell ‘50 Richard B. Thompson, Mich.State ‘67 James V. White, Michigan ‘50

Frederic Ackerson, Iowa ‘44 Bruce C. Anderson, Purdue ‘65 John R. Ashby, Arlington ‘74 John L. Cassell, Jr., Texas ‘70 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ‘70 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ‘73 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma ‘74

Charles L. Allen, Michigan State ‘55 Stephen J. Anderson, Northern Iowa ‘79 Michael B. Donnelly, San Fernando ‘68 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri ‘67 Edward W. Furst, Lehigh ‘60 William B. Hallam, Delaware ‘80 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin ‘51 Mark S. Jones, Arlington ‘75 Stephen C. Martinelli, California ‘52 Kenneth D. Miller, Iowa ‘67 Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville ‘82 Roger F. Ray, Arlington ‘70 Gary A. Rugel, Illinois ‘78 John T. Weisel, Oregon ‘48 Scot A. Yezek, Colorado ‘80

John A. Buist, Illinois ‘78 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie ‘79 Philip E. Eubanks, Georgia Tech ‘71 Patrick S. Hobin, California ‘59 Robert W. Shively, Nebraska ‘82 Robert D. Sipprell, Ohio State ‘37 Charles E. Trunkey, Iowa State ‘52 Richard B. Wilcox, Florida ‘68

37 Years Jere E. Bremer, Bradley ‘66 Allen V. Cellars, Oregon ‘47 John O. Cronk, Iowa State ‘60 Richard B. Hallman, Purdue ‘54 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana ‘54 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State ‘47 John K. Johnston, Penn. State ‘58 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana ‘52 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue ‘51 Henry J. Ochs, Jr., Missouri ‘33 James S. Roberts, Florida ‘63 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ‘50 George S. Studle, Washington State ‘57 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota ‘50 James F. Zboyovsky, Penn. St. ‘51

36 Years Dennis S. Kanemori, Western Mich. ‘66 John W. Sprout, Bucknell ‘48 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma ‘52 Harry L. Wilkinson, Tufts ‘69

35 Years William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska ‘57

34 Years

31 Years David E. Chambers, Arizona ‘60 Mark A. Clemente, Cornell ‘73 George J. Hamilton, Arkansas ‘77 Bradley B. Hoot, Michigan State ‘65 David O. Johnson, Kansas State ‘75 Charles L. Kavanagh, California ‘64 Thomas F. Keating III, Cornell ‘57 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ‘57 Eugene A. Lucadamo, Lehigh ‘71 Angelo J. Magistro, Rochester ‘60 V. Edward Perkins, Brown ‘35 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas ‘70 Henley L. Smith, Lafayette ‘51 Ronald E. Wischhusen, Clarkson ‘76 Sheldon Wylie, Brown ‘57

30 Years Larry W. Amos, Wash. State ‘68 Dieter F. Czerny, Lehigh ‘74 John A. Delaney, Florida ‘77 John K. Dunlap, Texas ‘73 Terry D. Finnell, Syracuse ‘57 Samuel A. Flax, Georgia Tech ‘78 Robert W. Haerr, Creighton ‘72 William T. Lauder, Columbia ‘44 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ‘73 David W. Rusk, Iowa ‘76 Leland W. Waters, Texas ‘73 Keith W. Weigel, Iowa ‘78

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Foundation Gifts

Annual Appeal 55%

Robert B. Buchanan, Illinois ‘55 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers ‘78 Conrad L. Hoover, New York ‘40 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue ‘47 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ‘76 James L. Ryan, Michigan State ‘55 Richard L. Smith, Colgate ‘68 Smith T. Wood, Technology ‘69

Chapter Educational Accounts 23%

28 Years Gregory L. Allemann, Missouri ‘69 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State ‘42 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley ‘63 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ‘75 Oscar H. Kraft, Carnegie ‘35 Robert W. Newell, DePauw ‘34 Joe H. Petty, DePauw ‘36 John W. Rogers, Miami ‘57

James D. Hallihan, Miami ‘67 Jay A. Hathaway, Kansas State ‘81 Dennis A. Johnson, California ‘63 L. Geoffrey Lawrence, Wash. & Lee ‘59 James A. Oppy, Kansas State ‘64 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa ‘57 Jeffrey A. VanEenenaam, Colorado ‘79

July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2008 $748,426

29 Years

Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri ‘62

33 Years

25 Years

Other Restricted Gifts

Jerry E. Brennan, Jr., Purdue ‘55 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State ‘80 Thomas W. Foote, Purdue ‘50 John F. Herma, Rutgers ‘70 Thomas E. Hoover, Ohio State ‘56 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green ‘59 David A. Krebs, Miami ‘80 William G. Landess, Kansas ‘53 David C. Myers, Tennessee ‘74 Robert G. Noah, Pennsylvania State ‘57 David E. Vinson, Wisconsin ‘59

22%

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report

2007 – 2008 DUEF Scholarships Chapter Leadership Scholarships “A New Chapter in Leadership” campaign, which concluded last year, impacts undergraduate leaders by increased participation at conferences like the Leadership Institute and DU Emerging Leaders program through individual member scholarships funded by the generosity of DU alumni members and DU alumni chapters. Forty-eight DU undergraduate brothers received scholarships to attend DU’s 2008 Leadership Institute in Houston, and five brothers participated in the 2008 DU Emerging Leaders program, which took place in Indianapolis as part of the Winter Educational Conference earlier in 2008. The following chapters presently have fully endowed Leadership Institute (LI) Scholarships:

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Chicago

Iowa

Minnesota

Purdue

Cornell

Johns Hopkins (3)

Missouri

South Carolina

Denison

Kansas (3)

North Carolina

Rutgers

Florida

Kent State

North Carolina State (2)

Wisconsin (2)

Houston

Lafayette

Northern Iowa

Illinois (3)

Lehigh

Northwestern

Plus 14 additional designated LI scholarships!

Indiana (2)

Miami

Oklahoma

In addition, these chapters have fully endowed DU Emerging Leaders (DUEL) program scholarships: Arizona State

Kansas

Louisville

Nebraska

North Dakota State

Annual Scholarships Awarded The 2007-2008 DUEF Scholarship Program was completed with the announcements of the 2008 scholarship recipients during the Saturday Foundation Luncheon on Saturday, August 2, 2008 in Houston, Texas.

Congratulations to this year’s undergraduate scholarship and graduate fellowship recipients.

The McQuaid Scholarships Kevin R. Bryant, Kansas State ‘08 Robert J. Miller, Carthage ‘09 Coady H. Pruett, Cal Poly ‘02* John F. Simpson IV, Bradley ‘08* W. Michael Taylor, North Carolina State ‘10

Photo by George Wada

Through the continued generosity of Delta Upsilon alumni, undergraduates and parents, one scholarship was added to the Oak Circle Scholarship portfolio this past year, not only contributing to the success, but raising the number of academic scholarships provided by the DUEF for these awards from seven to eight. John Simpson, Bradley ‘09 accepts a McQuaid Scholarship

The Oak Circle Scholarships Keith F. Menezes, Georgia Tech ‘08 Robert W. Flack, Kansas State ‘09 Jordan L. Niquette, Indiana ‘10 Joshua D. TeBeest, Carthage ‘09 *Graduate fellowships

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“Not long after graduation, I truly realized what Delta Upsilon taught me and how it helped me grow as a man. I owe Delta Upsilon now, not in 25 years or after I have passed away. I needed to ‘pay it forward.’ The friendships, lessons, connections and stories were irreplaceable, and I want all of the brothers in our Chapters to have the same experience I had.” –Michael B. Martens, Kent State ‘03

President’s Club The President’s Club was created more than 30 years ago by then-Fraternity President W. D. Watkins, North Carolina ‘27. Today, it honors all donors who give $200 or more to the annual fund within a fiscal year. Members of the President’s Club receive a President’s Club lapel pin at every five-year renewal interval and various benefits and advance notices for special events as applicable. In 2008, there were 635 members of the President’s Club, including 197 brothers whose gifts totaled $500 or more who are honored as part of the President’s Trust. Sincerest thanks to our giving leaders! JAMES A. GARFIELD CIRCLE (Gifts of $25,000 or more) Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State ‘78 – CEA+ Arthur K. Lund, San Jose ‘55 – CEA Raymond E. Mason, Ohio State ‘41 CHARLES EVANS HUGHES CIRCLE (Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999) Henry J. Down, Jr., San Jose ‘53 – CEA Darrell E. Dukes, San Jose ‘53 – CEA Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana ‘54 Robert T. Lewis, Pennsylvania State ‘40 – CEA John D. Luckhardt, San Jose ‘56 – CEA+ JAMES S. MCDONNELL CIRCLE (Gifts of $5,000 to $9,999) H. James Avery, Illinois ‘44 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue ‘49 E. Lee Musil, Kansas State ‘71 – CEA+ John W. Rogers, Miami ‘57 Henry M. Rowan, Williams ‘45 JAMES B. CONANT CIRCLE (Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999) Roy F. Allan, Lehigh ‘68 Keith C. Brimhall, San Jose ‘53 – CEA David L. Cole, Wilmington ‘72 Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ‘76 – CEA David A. Heagerty, San Jose ‘50 – CEA+ John C. Herron, South Carolina ‘88 William G. Kagler, Syracuse ‘54 Allan M. Lansing, Western Ontario ‘53 D. Robert Madsen, San Jose ‘51 – CEA James D. McQuaid, Chicago ‘60 Robert W. Muntzinger, Kent State ‘51 – CEA+ Brett A. Olson, Bradley ‘88 – CEA+ Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell ‘50 James R. Tormey, Jr., San Jose ‘57 – CEA HERBERT BROWNELL CIRCLE (Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499) Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania ‘44 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ‘58 Scott R. Bayman, Florida ‘68 Jeffrey S. Boden, Miami ‘02 – CEA Gregory S. Caine, Purdue ‘81 David H. Carnahan, Denison ‘60 Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ‘57 J. Douglas Chandler, Arlington ‘81 – CEA Michael F. S. Copping, Bradley ‘90 – CEA Christopher B. D’hondt, Illinois ‘88 – CEA+ Thomas F. Donaldson, Arlington ‘72 – CEA+ Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma ‘75 – CEA+ Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ‘92 Craig R. Enochs, Houston ‘94 – CEA+ Richard F. Fagan, Washington ‘52 James R. Fisher, Lafayette ‘77 Jon T. Flask, Kent State ‘67 – CEA Jeffrey L. Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ‘94

John E. Giacomazzi, San Jose ‘52 – CEA Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ‘75 W. H. Harwell, Jr., Missouri ‘51 Joseph R. Heerens, DePauw ‘84 Karl S. Hegwer, Arlington ‘85 – CEA Paul A. Hegwer, Arlington ‘82 – CEA Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern ‘51 David G. Herzer, Wisconsin ‘54 Louis L. Holtz, Kent State ‘58 – CEA Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State ‘47 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana ‘52 Charles H. Kamm, San Jose ‘57 – CEA David R. Knuepfer, Iowa ‘76 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ‘57 Anilchandra G. Ladde, Arlington ‘90 – CEA R. Scott Layman, Arlington ‘83 – CEA Byron O. Lee, Jr., Purdue ‘51 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska ‘54 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ‘88 Fred G. Luber, Purdue ‘50 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ‘73 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ‘55 William G. Malloy III, Northern Illinois ‘69 Michael B. Martens, Kent State ‘03 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania ‘54 David C. McCalpin, Bradley ‘86 – CEA David D. McKeag IV, Minnesota ‘04 E. Bruce McKinney, Missouri ‘74 Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ‘83 Robert E. Mitchell, Arlington ‘86 – CEA William C. Moodie, Jr., Lehigh ‘47 John P. Morgridge, Wisconsin ‘55 John F. Moul, Miami ‘66 – CEA H. Paul Picard, Houston ‘82 Jon L. Prime, Bradley ‘63 William C. Rappolt, Lafayette ‘67 Phillip S. Rice, Arlington ‘95 – CEA+ Rice Family Foundation – CEA Richard D. Ross, Arlington ‘74 – CEA Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ‘65 Russell L. Ryder, San Jose ‘55 – CEA Beurt SerVaas, Indiana ‘41 John L. Sherman, San Jose ‘66 – CEA Jeffrey Siegel, Maryland ‘78 James W. Smith, Washington & Lee ‘62 Steven K. Snyder, Oklahoma ‘79 – CEA+ David M. Steele, Arlington ‘03 – CEA Leland W. Sweeney, Jr., San Jose ‘55 – CEA+ Darryl C. Swenson, San Jose ‘68 – CEA Calvin W. Tackett, Jr., Arlington ‘82 – CEA Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina St. ‘82 – CEA+ Mrs. Aston M. Tenney, Jr. Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State ‘67 Charles T. & Marion M. Thompson Foundation Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose ‘59 John T. Weisel, Oregon ‘48 Clark K. Williams, Northwestern ‘62

EDGAR BERGEN CIRCLE (Gifts of $500 to $999) R. Paul Aftring, California ‘75 – CEA Charles L. Allen, Michigan State ‘55 Daniel P. Batista, Miami ‘56 – CEA William B. Becherer, Kent State ‘49 Ted J. Biggerstaff, Nebraska ‘63 J. Michael Blakley, Illinois ‘63 David M. Blatner, Southwest Missouri ‘86 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston ‘77 Ernest J. Bontadelli, San Jose ‘50 – CEA Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin ‘69 George W. Brown, San Jose ‘57 – CEA Scott R. Bryeans, Bradley ‘86 – CEA James P. Burton, San Jose ‘89 – CEA Douglas A. Cassens, Kent State ‘68 – CEA+ Alan R. Chapman, Illinois ‘69 Julian L. Dawson, Jr., Oklahoma ‘35 Joseph A. DeBlasio, North Carolina ‘62 Robert W. Deichert, Jr., Johns Hopkins ‘97 John A. Delaney, Florida ‘77 Gary A. Downing, Washington State ‘90 – CEA Clint M. Dworshak, North Dakota St. ‘00 – CEA+ W. James Edwards, San Jose ‘61 – CEA Brian K. Erickson, Houston ‘96 John H. Eyler, Washington ‘69 James R. Fordonski, Bradley ‘91 – CEA P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ‘70 Joseph Gibson, Kent State ‘68 – CEA+ Nicholas T. Giorgianni, Kent State ‘56 – CEA+ Curtis M. Given, San Jose ‘97 – CEA Joe N. Goforth, Jr., North Carolina ‘66 Wayne B. Goldberg, Louisville ‘83 William R. Gordon, Kansas State ‘60 – CEA+ Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota ‘59 Mark E. Harbaugh, Bradley ‘91 – CEA Scott D. Harbaugh, Bradley ‘86 – CEA Oliver H. Heely, Jr., Auburn ‘68 John F. Herma, Rutgers ‘70 John R. Hillis, Miami ‘64 – CEA Charles W. Hoppe, Purdue ‘57 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green ‘59 Everett C. Johnson, Arizona ‘62 Joshua A. Katz, Central Florida ‘97 – CEA Troy G. Keutzer, Bradley ‘86 – CEA Gary S. Killips, Alberta ‘71 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell ‘39 Lawrence D. Krabill, Miami ‘68 – CEA Douglas C. Kramlich, Northwestern ‘59 Mark S. Kristoff, Cornell ‘84 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska ‘57 Andris Lacis, Purdue ‘64

Robert S. Lannin, Nebraska ‘81 George C. Long, Bowling Green ‘67 Charles E. Luckhardt, San Jose ‘54 – CEA Todd D. Marker, Washington State ‘81 – CEA Lewis A. Maroti, Lehigh ‘58 Stephen C. Martinelli, California ‘52 Michael J. Mecey, San Jose ‘91 – CEA Kelly W. McClain, Purdue ‘71 John S. McConnell, DePauw ‘66 John P. McGrail, Illinois ‘87 – CEA+ Curt D. McMillen, Iowa ‘80 John W. Moeller, San Jose ‘52 – CEA John B. Morey, Jr., San Jose ‘58 – CEA+ Donald C. Nelson, San Jose ‘57 – CEA Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ‘76 Reginald B. Newman II, Northwestern ‘59 Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette ‘67 Sid W. Patterson, Oklahoma ‘42 Patrick M. Peterson, Kansas ‘09 Michael A. Pizzuto, Illinois ‘81 Thomas S. Rakow, Northwestern ‘65 Thomas H. Rinehart, Kansas ‘57 Richard E. Romine, San Jose ‘63 – CEA Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ‘73 Kenneth P. Roy, Bowling Green ‘61 Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester ‘56 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas ‘70 Terry K. Schmoyer, Jr., South Carolina ‘88 David R. Schumacher John W. Schwarz, DePauw ‘88 John A. Seitz II, Missouri ‘59 Norman E. Sidler, Bradley ‘91 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ‘50 James S. Simpkins, Washington State ‘81 Greg J. Sinn, Bradley ‘87 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas ‘56 Edward T. Slintack – CEA Craig S. Sowell, Houston ‘92 Phillip B. Stevens, Miami ‘56 – CEA Tamer N. Talaat, Louisville ‘82 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa ‘57 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma ‘52 Fred G. Wall, Miami ‘56 – CEA Marshall S. Ward, San Jose ‘61 – CEA Frank E. Wellersdieck, Brown ‘51 Richard A. Wells, Oklahoma ‘82 Richard A. West, Lafayette ‘53 Alan R. Westfall, Jr., Houston ‘95 David H. Wynja, Iowa ‘67 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose ‘55 – CEA+

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report President’s Club Continued

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CHARLES G. DAWES CIRCLE (Gifts of $200 to $499) H. Glenn Adams, Texas ‘88 John S. Adams, Wichita ‘04 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell ‘64 James C. Aitken, Washington ‘70 James R. Allan, Oregon ‘53 David V. Allard, Indiana ‘70 Alden L. Allen, Minnesota ‘49 James V. Allen, North Carolina ‘73 Richard C. Allendorf, Iowa State ‘83 Robert L. Allman, Wisconsin ‘58 James A. Allums, Texas ‘59 L. Elvin Ambler, Wichita ‘68 Larry W. Amos, Washington State ‘68 Bret E. Anderson, Washington State ‘95 - CEA Bruce C. Anderson, Purdue ‘65 Stephen J. Anderson, Northern Iowa ‘79 L. John Arbizzani, Auburn ‘68 Charles R. Arnold III, Washington State ‘93 - CEA Thomas M. Ashton, Lafayette ‘86 Robert S. Ayres, North Carolina ‘65 Matthew A. Baer, Wisconsin ‘80 F. Lee Baird, Kansas ‘58 Bruce K. Balderston, Pennsylvania State ‘76 Harold D. Barker, Miami ‘50 William K. Barnes, Ohio State ‘49 Donald G. Bates, Ohio State ‘59 David L. Baumgartner, Illinois ‘65 - CEA+ Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State ‘42 Mark H. Beaubien, Jr., Northwestern ‘64 W. Brett Beene, Baylor ‘87 C. Robert Bell, Indiana ‘54 K. Michael Berkley, Kansas ‘61 Kristopher P. Biesiadecki, Houston ‘97 Lawrence A. Bilker, Rochester ‘91 Robert J. Black, Iowa ‘95 Wayne V. Black, Missouri ‘59 James L. Blackwell, Texas ‘65 Theodore R. Boccuzzi, Colgate ‘58 Patrick D. Bolen, Kansas ‘58 William R. Boone, California ‘38 Henry B. Brackin III, Georgia Tech ‘71 Leo R. Brammer, Jr., Oklahoma ‘47 Robert J. Brand, Louisville ‘70 James G. Brass, Manitoba ‘73 Jere E. Bremer, Bradley ‘66 Jerry E. Brennan, Jr., Purdue ‘55 Kelley J. Brennan, Marietta ‘64 Girard S. Brewer, California ‘78 B. Chris Brewster, Colorado ‘77 William F. R. Briscoe, Purdue ‘65 Robert W. Broad, Syracuse ‘60 Matthew L. Brokaw, Miami ‘98 - CEA+ Walter R. Brookhart, Virginia ‘71 James R. Brooks, Kansas ‘62 Michael R. Brooks, Iowa State ‘78 Alan C. Brown, Iowa State ‘60 Robert W. Brown, Purdue ‘46 Randolph W. Bryant, Texas ‘74 John A. Buell, Jr., Technology ‘56 Thomas D. Burkle, Miami ‘70 - CEA B. Thomas Burson III, Georgia Tech ‘65 Richard D. Butler, Oklahoma ‘78 Pat W. Camerino, Kent State ‘57 Richard B. Campbell, Nebraska ‘68 Lawrence R. Cantor, Syracuse ‘84 Paul G. Cantor, Alberta ‘62 J. Fred Carey, Jr., Delaware ‘70 Stuart M. Carlson, Nebraska ‘54 Kevin D. Carlton, Washington ‘86 Peter W. Carmel, Chicago ‘56 Robert B. Carter, Iowa State ‘78 William L. Carter, Florida ‘71 John L. Cassell, Jr., Texas ‘70 David E. Chambers, Arizona ‘60 Clark G. Channing, California ‘58 Everett M. Christensen, Jr., Michigan State ‘57 Bryan N. Chung, Carthage ‘08

Brent L. Circle, Indiana ‘67 Jason H. Clark, Washington State ‘01 Mark A. Clemente, Cornell ‘73 Roderick J. Clemente, Cornell ‘72 Aaron D. Clevenger, Central Florida ‘97 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie ‘79 Anthony C. Colletti, Bradley ‘96 - CEA Jan M. Collins, Kansas ‘61 Ross D. Collver, British Columbia ‘60 John A. Copland, Cornell ‘59 Michael R. Coppola, Jr., Kent State ‘65 - CEA+ William H. Corbett, UCLA ‘40 Jeffrey W. Courter, Iowa State ‘84 Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas ‘76 Allyn J. Crofts, Purdue ‘47 John O. Cronk, Iowa State ‘60 Richard E. Crosby, Pennsylvania State ‘54 H. Richard Crowther, Technology ‘54 Adam L. Culley, Northern Iowa ‘00 Robert J. Current, DePauw ‘59 William C Cutler, Washington State ‘55 - CEA Dieter F. Czerny, Lehigh ‘74 Bernard A. Dahlem, Louisville ‘51 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley ‘63 Alfred W. Dalcher, Kent State ‘57 Lawrence W. Dam, Washington ‘68 Eric R. Danton, Rochester ‘98 Thomas Eric Darcy, San Diego ‘72 William F. Darlin, Miami ‘56 Jack David, Rutgers ‘63 James H. Davis, Northwestern ‘65 Patrick M. Davis, Bradley ‘92 - CEA Bradley J. DeSplinter, Bradley ‘84 - CEA David G. DeVries, Michigan State ‘56 Kent A. Dickerson, Washington State ‘94 - CEA William W. Dickhart III, Cornell ‘43 Jeffrey A. Dickson, Bucknell ‘90 Bradley J. Dixon, Western Ontario ‘86 Paul W. Doetsch, Maryland ‘76 W. Blake Down, Oregon State ‘43 John J. Dubinsky, Pennsylvania State ‘59 Andrew M. Dunham, San Jose ‘86 John K. Dunlap, Texas ‘73 Robert L. Durning, Jr., Louisville ‘53 Douglas E. Dutcher, Houston ‘73 Christopher J. Ellingson, Minnesota ‘92 Howard R. Elliott, Jr., Indiana ‘77 John R. Eplee, Kansas State ‘75 Ellis D. Evans, Kansas ‘56 Robert R. Evans, Houston ‘74 Herbert P. Evert, Northwestern ‘56 Bruce H. Fellows, Wisconsin ‘51 David Fellows, Wisconsin ‘49 Stanley L. Ferguson, Northwestern ‘75 Colin P. Finn, Iowa State ‘05 Todd M. Fitch, San Jose ‘88 Daniel E. Fitzgerald, Purdue ‘49 David C. Fohr, Wisconsin ‘73 Jere W. Fonda, Tufts ‘51 Thomas W. Foote, Purdue ‘50 Barry E. Fortier, Washington ‘87 J. William Frank III, Lehigh ‘68 Norman H. Frazier, Jr., Virginia ‘99 Craig J. Franz, Bucknell ‘75 James D. Freyer, Sr., Syracuse ‘61 Kevin Carl Friis, Western Reserve ‘09 Larry R. Gaddis, Colorado ‘63 Gregory A. George, Central Missouri ‘89 Patrick L. Gerhart, Northern Colorado ‘04 William H. Gibson, Jr., Miami ‘51 Lloyd G. Gillette, Alberta ‘54 Lynn E. Gleason, Iowa State ‘42 Dudley J. Godfrey, Jr., Wisconsin ‘49 Roger K. Godfrey, Wisconsin ‘54 Matthew A. Goering, Kansas ‘91 Matthew B. Goldman, Central Florida ‘99 Johnny S. Gonzales, Arlington ‘80 - CEA Fred M. Goolsby, South Carolina ‘81 James N. Graham, Oregon State ‘65

R. McDonald Gray, North Carolina ‘59 Dominic K. Greene, Oregon ‘99 Gary W. Gregory, Arlington ‘77 J. Mark Gresham, Texas ‘71 Gerald E. Gross, Michigan State ‘63 Robert L. Grottke, Northwestern ‘52 David J. Habib, Washington ‘86 Donald E. Haggen, Washington ‘53 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers ‘78 Grayson M. Hajash, Alberta ‘47 Richard B. Hallman, Purdue ‘54 William A. Hamilton, Oklahoma ‘57 Daniel T. Hanavan, Syracuse ‘79 William Harlow, Arizona ‘62 William H. Harkey, Oregon State ‘71 Barbara A. Harness Thomas R. Harney, San Jose ‘52 Christopher L. Harper, Houston ‘02 James F. Harris, Wisconsin ‘72 Thomas E. Harrison, Jr., Johns Hopkins ‘53 Jay A. Hathaway, Kansas State ‘81 - CEA+ Melvin D. Heckt, Iowa ‘46 Donn A. Henshaw, Northern Iowa ‘79 John W. Hibberd, Nebraska ‘79 Edward M. Hipke, Wisconsin ‘56 Patrick S. Hobin, California ‘59 William E. Hole, Jr., Michigan ‘51 Richard M. Holland, Syracuse ‘83 Stanley V. Holm, Oklahoma ‘92 Denny W. Homer, Oregon ‘71 Sidney B. Howard, UCLA ‘41 L. Stanley Hubbard, Missouri ‘55 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois ‘72 Melvin H. Iverson, Washington ‘48 Thomas R. Jacobs, Arkansas ‘77 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin ‘51 Robert J. Jarrett, Union ‘51 Warren Y. Jobe, North Carolina ‘63 David O. Johnson, Kansas State ‘75 John K. Johnston, Pennsylvania State ‘58 Nils P. Johnson, Ohio State ‘43 O. Kepler Johnson, Jr., Kansas ‘52 Thomas W. Johnson, California ‘53 Caleb S. Jones, Kansas State ‘10 Clifton C. Jones, Kansas State ‘77 Johnathon M. Jones, Illinois ‘96 - CEA+ Mark S. Jones, Arlington ‘75 Rees M. Jones, Manitoba ‘67 Steven T. Joyce, Kansas ‘70 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington ‘59 Stephen G. Katsinas, Illinois ‘78 Charles L. Kavanagh, California ‘64 Edward Kavazanjian, Jr., Technology ‘73 Horace S. Keifer, Ohio State ‘48 C. Bruce Kern II, Michigan ‘84 Edward L. Kershaw, Houston ‘91 Rod D. Kiefus, Illinois ‘63 Michael J. Kilbane, Bradley ‘78 Bryan L. Kinnamon, Iowa State ‘69 Justin J. Kirk Matthew A. Klein, Cornell ‘71 Paul A. Klinefelter, North Carolina State ‘80 Paul J. Kluempers, Indiana ‘84 John E. Knechtel, Alberta ‘60 T. Michael Knies, Tennessee ‘71 Alfred J. Knox, Northern Illinois ‘77 Thomas M. Koehler, Carnegie ‘87 William N. Konrad, Purdue ‘48 Stephan G. Kouzomis, Illinois ‘68 Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana ‘55 David R. Kozin, San Diego ‘05 David A. Krebs, Miami ‘80 Scott E. Kremer, Houston ‘86 Mark D. Kuchel, Iowa State ‘76 Charles R. Kurtak, Washington State ‘42 R. Allen LaBerge, Washington ‘87 Steven F. La Buda, Western Illinois ‘88 Robert A. LaFontaine, Santa Barbara ‘91 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue ‘51

William G. Landess, Kansas ‘53 E. James Langhurst, Ohio State ‘41 Joseph Laquatra, Jr., Cornell ‘74 Donald E. Larew, Iowa State ‘63 B. Allen Lawlis, Houston ‘97 John C. Layman, Michigan ‘55 Jon C. Leachtenauer, Syracuse ‘57 Kenneth J. Lee, DePauw ‘47 Mitchell W. Legler, North Carolina ‘64 W. Frazer Letzig, Central Missouri ‘71 Jeffrey M. Levine, Florida ‘85 James K. Levorsen, Oklahoma ‘50 Richard B. Levy, McGill ‘89 Thomas C. Litwiler, Kent State ‘56 - CEA Douglas P. Love, Alberta ‘46 Thomas B. Lundeen, Platteville ‘52 Jon D. Lundy, DePauw ‘90 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State ‘59 Iain T. M. MacDonald, Alberta ‘64 Joseph M. MacDonald, Colorado ‘69 Donald F. Maisel, Bradley ‘55 Andreas W. Majewski, Washington ‘85 Thomas L. Markl, Carnegie ‘70 J. Lawrence Marsh, Colgate ‘75 David L. Marston, Iowa ‘63 Robert J. Martin, Washington ‘59 Robert S. Marzec, Western Reserve ‘67 - CEA+ Peter A. Marzek, Illinois ‘81 Thomas E. Mattson, Oregon ‘63 William J. McCrindle, Illinois ‘78 Ian G. McDonell, Alberta ‘72 William C. McIntosh, Michigan ‘53 Thomas F. McKay, Washington ‘50 David M. Merenda, Pennsylvania State ‘77 Robert G. Merrick, California ‘54 David M. Mertens, Michigan Tech ‘94 William L. Messick, Lafayette ‘68 Laurence E. Meyer, Bradley ‘64 Steven J. Meyer, Oklahoma State ‘75 David J. Meyers, Wisconsin ‘77 Andrew G. Mikkelsen, Miami ‘46 Christopher L. Miller, Miami ‘90 Kenneth D. Miller, Iowa ‘67 Michael C. Miller, Bradley ‘80 Lewis E. Million, Jr., Nebraska ‘53 Gavin S. Mills, Alberta ‘95 Alan T. Mitchell, Oregon ‘70 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas ‘65 Corey Ray Mock, North Dakota ‘08 C. Richard Molenaar, Bradley ‘71 Richard E. Moline, Bradley ‘85 - CEA Michael A. Moné, Florida ‘85 John L. Moodie, Iowa State ‘45 Christopher D. Moore, Miami ‘02 - CEA Mark J. Moran, Indiana ‘94 Donald K. Morford, Washington ‘56 Richard L. Morrison, Kansas ‘70 Theodore C. Mortenson, Michigan State ‘61 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue ‘47 Donald J. Moulin, California ‘53 - CEA+ Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville ‘82 Mark J. Mueller, Wisconsin ‘82 Matthew C. Nance, DePauw ‘10 Marshall T. Nanninga, Chicago ‘47 David L. Nelson, Iowa State ‘52 J. David Nelson, Northwestern ‘63 Rodney L. Nelson, Minnesota ‘63 Joseph J. Nevel, Western Illinois ‘00 Michael A. Nickey, Iowa State ‘65 George Nicolau, Michigan ‘48 David E. Nicoll, Bradley ‘93 - CEA Thomas H. Norris, Missouri ‘60 Evan M. Nosek, Northern Illinois ‘85 Thomas C. O’Bannon, Oklahoma ‘82 Tomas I. Ortiz, Houston ‘09 Todd L. Ostrem, Washington State ‘85 - CEA Trevor Rogers Parker, North Carolina ‘09 Mark Parseghian, Lehigh ‘49 Arnold J. Parus, Bradley ‘53

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Robert L. Patterson, Iowa State ‘54 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina ‘54 V. Edward Perkins, Brown ‘35 Joe H. Petty, DePauw ‘36 Charles A. Phillips III, Clarkson ‘64 James W. Pilgrim, Williams ‘60 Dennis L. Pipher, Syracuse ‘73 James P. Plessas, California ‘53 M. David Plummer, Miami ‘56 - CEA+ Jeffrey L. Pollack, San Jose ‘67 Aubrey H. Polser, Jr., Texas ‘65 Neal R. Popham, Purdue ‘54 Steven J. Powell, DePauw ‘09 Dennis D. Price, Oregon State ‘62 Coady H. Pruett, Cal Poly ‘02 John W. Puth, Lehigh ‘52 Luke M. Rampersad, Swarthmore ‘10 George Ramsden, Lehigh ‘44 Bruce D. Raskin, Washington ‘86 Roger F. Ray, Arlington ‘70 Daryl W. Reisfeld, Rochester ‘03 Richard M. Rettstadt, Florida ‘82 Robert S. Rhine, Purdue ‘77 Jason S. Rice, Bowling Green ‘03 George C. Richwine, Purdue ‘75 Donald L. Riechman, Bradley ‘60 James L. Ringuette, N. Dakota State ‘94 - CEA Fred L. Roberts, Bradley ‘71 - CEA James S. Roberts, Florida ‘63 Charles N. Rodgers, Kent State ‘60 Walter Roehsner, Houston ‘05 William D. Rose, North Carolina ‘69 Kody J. Rother, North Dakota ‘09 D. S. Rudd, Western Ontario ‘51 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma ‘74 Christopher A. Sabados, Miami ‘01 - CEA Michael A. Sachs, Houston ‘96 Edwin O. Salisbury, Syracuse ‘40 Frank A. Santora, Iona ‘10 Steven T. Satek, Wisconsin ‘88 Lawrence C. Schlegel, Syracuse ‘67 Robert J. Schwartz, Bradley ‘85 - CEA Kurk D. Selverian, Swarthmore ‘97 Mark D. Setser, Oklahoma State ‘77 Edwin B. Shaw, Syracuse ‘66 John S. Shellenberger, Pennsylvania ‘52 William R. Shepherd, Jr., Oregon ‘55 Joseph M. Sheridan, Rutgers ‘77 John F. Simpson IV, Bradley ‘08 Thomas Slintak, San Jose ‘08 G. Michael Slovak, Cornell ‘77 Thomas P. Slovak, Georgia Tech ‘87 Richard L. Smith, Colgate ‘68 Thomas C. Smith, Kansas State ‘70 Wendell A. Smith, Johns Hopkins ‘54 Andrew T. Snyder, Miami ‘97 - CEA David Y. Sorenson, Oregon ‘71 Patrick Spooner, San Jose ‘55 Evan Q. Sprenger, Cornell ‘09 Richard G. Spry, Syracuse ‘40 John J. Standley, Colorado ‘73 Albert P. Stauderman, Jr., Syracuse ‘58 Arthur R. Steiger, Purdue ‘48

Bradley M. Steinman, Indiana ‘10 Richard L. Stern, Georgia Tech ‘90 John S. Stewart, Fresno ‘84 Robert C. Stites, Rutgers ‘53 Peter Stork, Kansas ‘65 Larry E. Stuckey II, Indiana ‘97 George S. Studle, Washington State ‘57 Douglas J. Stussi, Oklahoma ‘77 Arun T. Subramanian, North Carolina ‘97 Kenneth H. Suelthaus, Technology ‘66 Todd C. Sullivan, Santa Barbara ‘95 Tony W. Sutton, Illinois ‘77 O. Ivar Svenson, Jr., Williams ‘50 Theodore T. Tanase, Michigan ‘63 Paul X. Taylor, North Carolina State ‘89 - CEA Russel R. Taylor, Toronto ‘38 Christopher L. Thomas, Miami ‘02 - CEA Robert W. Thompson, Oklahoma ‘62 Ronald S. Thompson, Northwestern ‘73 Richard J. Thorpe, Syracuse ‘60 Jean-Guy R. Trudeau, Manitoba ‘06 Peter A. Tuohy, Washington ‘53 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate ‘74 K. Bradford Valentine, Tufts ‘67 Michael A. Valentine, DePauw ‘04 Walter G. VanBenthuysen, Kent State ‘61 - CEA John C. Vassil, Carnegie ‘52 James B. Wadsworth, Jr., Florida ‘65 Ronald S. Walcisak, Wisconsin ‘74 Stephen L. Wallenhaupt, North Carolina ‘74 Edward E. Waller, Jr., Oklahoma ‘51 B. Michael Walsh, Oregon ‘64 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta ‘61 William F. Waters, Cornell ‘54 Gerald W. Watkins, Alberta ‘50 Donald E. Weaver, Indiana ‘60 John A. Webb, Jr., Washington State ‘94 - CEA Keith W. Weigel, Iowa ‘78 George G. Weingardt, Ohio State ‘55 William L. Weirich, California ‘46 Steven D. Weiss, North Carolina ‘77 Gregory J. Wessling, North Carolina ‘74 Augustus A. White III, Brown ‘57 James V. White, Michigan ‘50 David B. Whitehurst, Purdue ‘59 Judson E. Wilhelm, Florida ‘68 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota ‘50 Matthew D. Wilson, Guelph ‘97 John P. Wingard, Ohio State ‘63 John J. Winkler, Bradley ‘88 - CEA Samuel D. Wolcott, Jr., Pennsylvania State ‘57 Raymond S. Woo, Georgia Tech ‘04 - CEA Robert S. Workman, Michigan State ‘67 Kurt C. Wulfekuhler, Brown ‘89 Charles J. Yaeger, Jr., Missouri ‘61 Robert O. Yeasting, Washington ‘55 David O. Yenerich, Wisconsin ‘82 Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri ‘62 Hugh D. Young, Carnegie ‘52 Robert S. Zakos, Jr., Pennsylvania State ‘02 James F. Zboyovsky, Pennsylvania State ‘51 James A. Zeese, Minnesota ‘59 Craig D. Zelent, Illinois ‘84

Top Ten Chapters by Amount of Donation Annual Appeal 2007 – 08 As of June 30, 2008

Chapter 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

San Jose Kansas State Indiana Penn State Bradley Purdue Miami Illinois Arlington Kent State

Amount of Donation $84,296 $59,709 $26,140 $17,144 $17,063 $15,600 $15,298 $14,981 $14,528 $12,937

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Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Top “Ten” Chapters by Number of Donors Annual Appeal 2007 – 08 As of June 30, 2008 Chapter 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Purdue Illinois Miami Bradley Washington Iowa State Wisconsin San Jose Indiana DePauw Oklahoma Kent State Lehigh

Number of Donors 83 72 61 60 57 53 53 51 47 45 45 43 43

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report

Honor Roll 2007-2008 Donors to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation The donors recognized on the succeeding pages gave gifts between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. The Delta Upsilon Foundation sincerely thanks these donors for their continued and generous support. Annual Appeal gifts help the Foundation fulfill its mission to help enhance the lives of our undergraduate brothers. With the support of our donors, the Foundation is able to promote the best interests of the Fraternity, its chapters and our individual brothers.

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ALBERTA „ P. Bolger ‘92  P. Cantor ‘62 (5)  R. Fisher ‘76 CEA „ R. French ‘61  L. Gillette ‘54 (7)  G. Hajash ‘47 z L. Hatch ‘65 (6)  G. Killips ‘71 (6)  J. Knechtel ‘60 (6) z P. Leacock ‘41 „ D. Lewis ‘00  D. Love ‘46 (22)  I. MacDonald ‘64  I. McDonell ‘72 (5) „ D. Medhurst ‘50  G. Mills ‘95 (8) „ A. Murray ‘54 „ S. Roth ‘72 D. Sarkissian ‘74 „ W. Sharun ‘71 z M. Stanford ‘64 (2) „ M. Tapping ‘97 z E. Van Der Lee ‘51 (2)  A. Warrack ‘61 (11) z J. Warrack ‘91 (6)  G. Watkins ‘50 AMHERST J. Fairman ‘52 (11) R. Lewin ‘66 (9) ARIZONA  D. Chambers ‘60 (31)  W. Harlow ‘62  W. Johnson ‘62 G. Stoesser ‘63 z T. Strasburg ‘64 (2) z R. Sypult ‘67 (16) ARIZONA STATE „ J. Bauer ‘11 „ J. Beaulieu ‘11 „ A. Conte ‘08 „ J. Jordahl ‘10 G. Moran ‘09 (2) z A. Reutlinger ‘08 z M. Salter ‘74 (2) „ S. Shaw ‘96 z C. Wolver ‘10 ARKANSAS  E. Crane ‘76 (16) G. Hamilton ‘77 (31)  T. Jacobs ‘77 (7) z K. Satterfield ‘83 (7) „ M. Zimmerman ‘90 ARLINGTON J. Ashby ‘74 (32) S. Atchison ‘70 (5) z W. Bruck ‘72 (2)  J. Chandler ‘81 CEA „ R. Conrad ‘95  T. Donaldson ‘72 (8) CEA+ P. Eichenberger ‘69 (5)  J. Gonzales ‘80 CEA  G. Gregory ‘77 (9) z M. Hawkins ‘70 (8)  K. Hegwer ‘85 CEA  P. Hegwer ‘82 CEA  M. Jones ‘75 (27)  A. Ladde ‘90 CEA  R. Layman ‘83 CEA A. Mendez ‘08 (3)  R. Mitchell ‘86 CEA „ M. Page ‘73  R. Ray ‘70 (27)  P. Rice ‘95 (2) CEA+  R. Ross ‘74 CEA

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J. Sawyer ‘06 R. Sepanski ‘85 (2) D. Steele ‘03 CEA C. Tackett Jr. ‘82 CEA J. Wallace II ‘85 A. Wendt ‘09

AUBURN  L. Arbizzani ‘68 (2) J. Crabbe ‘68 (3) z J. Dixon Jr. ‘65 z C. Flint ‘65 (6) D. Grandquest ‘65 C. Hamilton Jr. ‘65  O. Heely Jr. ‘68 (9) J. Henderson ‘62 (14) z M. Jeter III ‘68 (2) „ W. Killian ‘69 „ N. Long ‘66 M. Mills ‘64 M. Sarra ‘64 (15) G. Tatum ‘65 BAYLOR  W. Beene ‘87 „ J. Morris Jr. ‘83 „ R. Shull ‘85 (10) BOWLING GREEN W. Bensie ‘70 (5) G. Bonnell ‘71 J. Carstensen ‘50 z C. Clingman ‘69 (5) z A. Day ‘03 (6) N. Elkins ‘97 (7) z R. Hayek ‘69  A. Jeveret ‘59 (28) z J. Klipfell III ‘71 (22) A. Koester ‘59 (2)  G. Long ‘67 (9) T. Melton ‘69 (3) z D. Mielke ‘59 (5) z D. Morgan ‘58 (10)  J. Rice ‘03 (6)  K. Roy ‘61 (10) z C. Schaffer ‘73 (9) z C. Wangler ‘66 (2) BRADLEY „ J. Barr ‘67 (2) „ W. Bittner ‘74 (2) „ M. Boylan ‘69 (38)  J. Bremer ‘66 (37) z W. Bried ‘68 (2)  S. Bryeans ‘86 CEA C. Burns Jr. ‘53  A. Colletti ‘96 CEA  M. Copping ‘90 CEA  R. Dahlsgaard Jr. ‘63 (33)  P. Davis ‘92 CEA  B. DeSplinter ‘84 (6) CEA z J. Faltinek ‘60 (10)  J. Fordonski ‘91 CEA J. Griner ‘51 (3)  M. Harbaugh ‘91 CEA  S. Harbaugh ‘86 (5) CEA „ C. Hood Jr. ‘69 (6) J. Kauther ‘10  T. Keutzer ‘86 CEA  M. Kilbane ‘78 (8) D. Kukla ‘81 (2)  D. Maisel ‘55 z J. Mars ‘84 (3)  D. McCalpin ‘86 CEA  L. Meyer ‘64  M. Miller ‘80 (12) z B. Miller ‘79 (3)  C. Molenaar ‘71 (8)  R. Moline ‘85 CEA z R. Morales ‘10

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D. Nicoll ‘93 CEA R. Norkus ‘51 (5) B. Olson ‘88 (5) CEA+ E. Paliatka ‘56 (20) A. Parus ‘53 (14) D. Peterson ‘78 (10) J. Pisarczyk ‘06 J. Prime ‘63 (9) R. Pulak ‘52 (8) N. Rath ‘09 (2) D. Riechman ‘60 (10) F. Roberts ‘71 (5) CEA M. Schardt ‘85 (2) M. Schlagheck ‘06 R. Schwartz ‘85 CEA A. Seligsohn ‘08 N. Sidler ‘91 (7) J. Simpson IV ‘08 (2) G. Sinn ‘87 CEA H. Taga ‘54 (7) W. Tekien ‘69 (13) T. Terry ‘61 (2) R. Tringali ‘51 (11) D. Walsh ‘05 (2) B. Wernke ‘79 (8) J. Winkler ‘88 (5) CEA J. Wolcott ‘58 (4) L. Yenkole ‘60 R. Zarvell ‘68

BRITISH COLUMBIA „ G. Blumenauer ‘45 (6)  R. Collver ‘60 (5) „ E. Valentine ‘53 (5) BROWN E. Bennett Jr. ‘52 (2) N. Case ‘40 (3) z W. Eastham ‘48 (3) R. Judd ‘43 (15) W. McKibben ‘49 (7) z J. Moody ‘58 W. Nash ‘44 (7) „ R. Norman ‘57 (5)  V. Perkins ‘35 (31)  F. Wellersdieck ‘51 (6)  A. White III ‘57 (2)  K. Wulfekuhler ‘89 (6) z S. Wylie ‘57 (31) BUCKNELL  L. Adams Jr. ‘64 (38) „ N. Batt ‘07  J. Dickson ‘90 (9) C. Espiritu ‘09  C. Franz ‘75 (8) „ A. Gilfillan ‘09 G. Horsfield ‘76 (5) „ B. Izumi ‘08 z C. Manning ‘09 z R. Minesinger ‘83 (3) z L. Rost ‘67 (2) z A. Saunders ‘57 (2) „ J. Sprout ‘48 (36) CAL POLY R. Blaco ‘05 R. Celaya ‘04 (3) z L. Doble Jr. ‘68 (20) z K. Eckert ‘10 „ J. Fischle ‘73 P. Lafranchise ‘10 P. Leichtle ‘10  C. Pruett ‘02 (8) C. Tsafos ‘07 (3) CALIFORNIA  R. Aftring ‘75 CEA  W. Boone ‘38 (2)  G. Brewer ‘78

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R. Brodsky ‘09 C. Channing ‘58 (8) M. Chase ‘65 (6) L. Costa ‘62 (9) P. Cronenwett ‘61 (3) J. Fry Jr. ‘63 J. Hansen ‘48 P. Hobin ‘59 (26) E. Holl ‘52 T. Johnson ‘53 (6) D. Johnson ‘63 (25) C. Kavanagh ‘64 (31) W. Lewis ‘47 (7) S. Martinelli ‘52 (27) R. Merrick ‘54 D. Moulin ‘53 (11) CEA+ N. Murray ‘64 (3) J. Plessas ‘53 (10) C. Rea ‘81 (7) L. Rea ‘54 (17) H. Roth ‘52 W. Weirich ‘46 D. Witt ‘49 J. Wrixon ‘60 (7)

CARNEGIE „ T. Agrawal ‘91 z G. Alan ‘82 (8) z D. Bradley ‘62 (8)  C. Cole ‘79 (26) z J. Ferrell ‘50 (9) z A. Icken ‘65 (8) z K. Kerlin ‘82 (5)  T. Koehler ‘87 (14) z O. Kraft ‘35 (33) W. Leete ‘58 (18) H. Light ‘68 (5)  T. Markl ‘70 (11) „ G. Middleton ‘86 (22) H. Mielke ‘51 (38) W. Murdock ‘83 (24) J. Reid ‘81 (5) z G. Smith ‘50  J. Vassil ‘52 (9) „ D. Williams ‘64 (8)  H. Young ‘52 „ R. Zimmerman ‘78 (10) CARTHAGE B. Adams ‘09 (2) B. Anderson ‘08 (2) B. Barnes ‘06 z G. Bothun ‘08 (3) „ J. Chaplin ‘96 (5)  B. Chung ‘08 (2) D. Collins ‘05 D. Jakubczak ‘08 (2) z D. Kniss ‘97 (9) „ K. Miller ‘99 R. Miller ‘09 (2) J. Nakamura ‘08 (2) D. Ross-Jones ‘06 J. TeBeest ‘09 (2) R. Ten Bruin ‘97 (3) M. Tokarz ‘10 (2) R. Van Riet ‘09 (2) CENTRAL FLORIDA „ R. Brin ‘02  A. Clevenger ‘97 (8) F. Corn ‘08 (2)  M. Goldman ‘99 (4) z J. Harhi ‘97 z J. Katz ‘95 (2)  J. Katz ‘97 (6) CEA z P. Mangold ‘07 (5) P. McDaniel ‘03

CENTRAL MISSOURI J. Duke ‘74  G. George ‘89 (19) M. LeDoux ‘83 (3)  W. Letzig ‘71 CHICAGO „ S. Appel ‘54 (4) „ E. Bronson ‘55 (4) A. Brunk ‘08 (3)  P. Carmel ‘56 (5) z Q. Johnstone ‘36 (14)  M. Krasnitz ‘57 (31)  M. Mandel ‘55 (38) D. Mars ‘68 (5) „ J. McClure ‘42 (9)  J. McQuaid ‘60 (17)  M. Nanninga ‘47 (21) z E. Peters ‘09 z G. Rinder ‘41 (23) L. Yang ‘10 CLARKSON „ M. Broda ‘68 (22) z C. Elliott ‘73 (6) R. Hopkins Jr. ‘76 (16) S. June ‘65 (5) D. Kieta ‘73 (16) z R. Naylon Jr. ‘72 (2)  C. Phillips III ‘64 (10) „ J. Stein ‘68 (2) W. Waterbury ‘81 (2) R. Wischhusen ‘76 (31) COLBY „ J. Alex ‘50 (10) J. Appleton ‘49 „ P. Salmon ‘53 COLGATE  T. Boccuzzi ‘58 (4) J. Brewster III ‘78 (8) C. Collier ‘85 „ M. DePasquale ‘78 „ L. Johnson IV ‘08 (2) „ B. Kuhns ‘09  J. Marsh ‘75 (12) J. McKinney ‘38 (3) z G. Murdock Jr. ‘45 (2)  R. Smith ‘68 (29) R. Staples ‘09  R. Tyburski ‘74 (13) z A. White ‘66 (3) J. Youker ‘50 z V. Zane ‘56 COLORADO H. Blake Jr. ‘65 (2)  B. Brewster ‘77 (19) W. Drum Jr. ‘61 (2)  L. Gaddis ‘63 (4) H. Hoover Jr. ‘68 (2) z D. Koch ‘82 (5) „ J. Lockhart ‘76  J. MacDonald ‘69 (6) S. Mahannah ‘61 (24) W. Oliver ‘62 (9) z K. Pober ‘62 (14) S. Poust ‘72 „ R. Ruppe ‘67 (8)  J. Standly ‘73 (11) „ J. VanEenenaam ‘79 (25) „ N. Wilder ‘61 (7) „ E. Wrasmann ‘62 (2) „ S. Yezek ‘80 (27) V. Zurick ‘81 COLORADO STATE z K. Adam ‘84

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COLUMBIA „ W. ‘Eckert ‘61 „ W. Lauder ‘44 (30) z J. McCormack ‘39 (20) R. Rosen ‘58 CORNELL z R. Attiyeh ‘55 (11) J. Barvin ‘09  A. Cashen ‘57 (3)  M. Clemente ‘73 (31)  R. Clemente ‘72 „ J. Connor ‘09  J. Copland ‘59 (4) „ P. Daverio ‘60 (6) z J. DeSalvo ‘05 (2)  W. Dickhart III ‘43 (23) W. Embury ‘54 (2) T. Eskild ‘50 (9) S. Garrison ‘85 (7) R. Gilchrist ‘40 (5) „ O. Hessler ‘42 z B. Jennings ‘79 T. Keating III ‘57 (31)  A. Kiplinger ‘39 (11)  M. Klein ‘71 (2)  M. Kristoff ‘84 (7)  J. Laquatra Jr. ‘74 (3) z J. Maier ‘69 (4) J. McDonnell ‘09 (2) „ B. McDonough ‘10 z J. Medert ‘68 (7) „ A. Miglis ‘10 „ A. Murray ‘61 (2) „ D. Pasquale ‘57 (5) z K. Phillips ‘09 (2) „ R. Safford ‘56 (2)  N. Schaenen Jr. ‘50 (38) „ C. Schnuck ‘70  G. Slovak 77  E. Sprenger ‘09 (2) „ J. Stevens ‘10 „ S. Taranto ‘10 E. Timpano ‘09 „ C. Vail Jr. ‘61 (2) z B. Wagner ‘10  W. Waters ‘54 (9) CREIGHTON R. Haerr ‘72 (30) CULVERSTOCKTON „ J. Best ‘11 M. Holt ‘08 (2) A. Moss ‘08 C. Pedersen ‘08 P. Ranford ‘00 DARTMOUTH „ W. Bruner ‘55 (9) z J. Colwell ‘55 (3) „ J. Gately ‘49 (10) z J. Giddens ‘59 (12) z J. Gridley III ‘64 E. Patterson ‘41 (2) DAVIS z J. Haydon ‘68 (2) G. MacSwain ‘69 DAYTON z T. Gliha ‘76 z R. Harris ‘69 z W. Maselko ‘81 (5) DELAWARE z E. Anzalone ‘72 (6) J. Brzostowski ‘79 (6)  J. Carey Jr. ‘70 (7) „ C. Ennis ‘78 z W. Hallam ‘80 (27) D. Reifschneider ‘70 (8) DENISON  B. Bailey ‘58 (22) R. Carleton ‘60 (7)  D. Carnahan ‘60 „ M. Dalton ‘72 „ N. Deane ‘57 (5) z J. Lawson ‘50 (5) D. Shell ‘59 (12) KEY  = President’s Trust ($500+)  = President’s Club ($200+) „ = Golden Delta ($100+)

DEPAUW „ W. Barrett ‘61 „ E. Boldrey ‘63 (16) C. Buehler ‘58 (2) z D. Copple ‘00 CEA+ A. Cornelius ‘99 (2)  R. Current ‘59 H. Fjord ‘47 (8) R. Gackenheimer ‘00 (8) J. Gordon ‘88 (19) C. Graham ‘82 (17) z P. Groebe ‘62 (21) „ T. Haygood ‘58  J. Heerens ‘84 (2) z M. Herrell ‘60 (3) z J. Isenbarger ‘45 A. Kaufman ‘05 (2) C. Knueppel ‘46 „ J. Koch ‘53 z W. Kyhos ‘66 (6)  K. Lee ‘47 (2) „ D. Lewis Jr. ‘58 (5) J. Logue ‘47 M. Luegers ‘78  J. Lundy ‘90 (18) K, Madden ‘94 (7)  J. McConnell ‘66 (13) z M. Miller ‘88 (5) W. Murphy II ‘93 (8)  M. Nance ‘10 „ R. Newell ‘34 (33) J. Novak ‘49 (16)  J. Petty ‘36 (33)  S. Powell ‘09 (2) G. Rahe Jr. ‘44 z B. Reeder ‘93 (2) z D. Rist ‘88 z R. Sass ‘55 (2)  J. Schwarz ‘88 z N. Smith ‘52 (13) „ S. Stokke ‘98 (5) z R. Tilly ‘64  M. Valentine ‘04 (5) z J. Volkman ‘63 „ J. Ware ‘85 (5) CEA+ C. Wood ‘09

GEORGIA TECH D. Autin ‘66 (2)  H. Brackin III ‘71 (4)  B. Burson III ‘65 (5) „ D. Crawford ‘61 (12) J. De Priest Jr. ‘61 (4) „ C. Dripps Jr. ‘06 CEA z P. Eubanks ‘71 (26) „ S. Flax ‘78 (30) C. Fulghum III ‘78 (16) „ M. Fuller ‘79 (16) „ M. Galindo ‘99 S. Gollin ‘09 z M. Haney ‘79 „ J. Harvey II ‘92 (9) W. Hay Jr. ‘71 (10) „ W. Marsh ‘63 z K. Menezes ‘08 (2) „ L. Middlebrooks Jr. ‘64 C. Monfort Jr. ‘68 (5) „ D. Moody ‘67 (14) z M. Moran ‘08 (3) „ K. O’Toole ‘94 (8) E. Schepps ‘81 (12)  T. Slovak ‘87 (11) „ R. Smith Jr. ‘06 CEA H. Stephens Jr. ‘59  R. Stern ‘90 (17) z E. Vietor ‘91 (10) A. Walters III ‘63 (2) F. Weiss II ‘08 z H. Whitehead ‘72  R. Woo ‘04 CEA GUELPH  M. Wilson ‘97 (6) HAMILTON z C. Andruss ‘95 (4) K. Foote ‘60 (2) z A. May Jr. ‘56 (7) J. Newmark ‘98 (3) z S. Nye ‘52 (4) J. Pitarresi ‘71 (6) J. Pitarresi ‘70 (5) „ F. Romano ‘49 (5) z D. Wefer ‘54 (5) J. Wingate ‘85 (14)

EASTERN KENTUCKY „ R. Collins ‘74 (6) FLORIDA R. Austin III ‘79 z M. Barile ‘88 (2)  S. Bayman ‘68 (17) „ J. Boyd Jr. ‘81 (3) „ H. Bush ‘85 (3)  W. Carter ‘71 (5)  J. Delaney ‘77 (30) z P. Forrest ‘58 (38) J. Goyer III ‘62 L. Granger Jr. ‘09 z A. Hallums ‘86 (4) Z. Heylmun ‘10 z D. Jones ‘67 z D. Knapp ‘87 (2)  J. Levine ‘85 (10) „ J. Marinelli ‘65 (12) „ J. McGinley ‘87  M. Moné ‘85 (9) z T. Morrill ‘68 „ G. Pritchard ‘62  R. Rettstadt ‘82 (13)  J. Roberts ‘63 (37)  P. Rosenthal ‘73 (32) „ S. Stockhammer III ‘88 (3) CEA „ M. Taylor ‘82 (5) J. Tully ‘69 (7) z R. Wade ‘61 (12)  J. Wadsworth Jr. ‘65 (2) R. Wilcox ‘68 (26)  J. Wilhelm ‘68 (10) z M. Zajkowski ‘86 (14) FRESNO „ R. Buhl ‘90 (3) „ T. LaBrue ‘72 (10)  J. Stewart ‘84 (19) J. Takeda ‘71 (5)

HARVARD P. Blumberg ‘39 (5) „ W. Spang ‘38 (20) HOUSTON „ J. Aguero ‘98 „ J. Arcidiacono ‘97  K. Biesiadecki ‘97 (4)  J. Bobo ‘77 (22) „ S. Buchanan ‘97 z M. Cooper ‘05 „ R. Cowan ‘67 (7) z L. Dean ‘99 (2)  D. Dutcher ‘73 (10)  C. Enochs ‘94 (2) CEA+  B. Erickson ‘96 (5)  R. Evans ‘74 (2) „ L. Evers ‘09 (2) „ J. Ewert Jr. ‘75 „ J. Gouger ‘03  C. Harper ‘02 (3)  E. Kershaw ‘91 (2)  S. Kremer ‘86 (10)  A. Lawlis ‘97 (5) „ R. Loyd ‘06 z P. O’Connor ‘07  T. Ortiz ‘09 (2)  P. Picard ‘82 (8) „ J. Rocheleau ‘06 (3) R. Rodriguez ‘07 (2)  W. Roehsner ‘05 (2) „ M. Rondon ‘92 (7) J. Ruth ‘08 (3)  M. Sachs ‘96  C. Sowell ‘92 (14) „ B. Turcotte ‘92 „ P. Viscontini ‘06 „ W. Watson ‘96  A. Westfall Jr. ‘95

z = Silver Delta ($50+) (#) = Consecutive # of years as a donor CEA = Chapter Educational Account gift

ILLINOIS z G. Adams ‘09 Z. Alexander ‘09 „ G. Auble ‘59 (2)  J. Avery ‘44 (11)  D. Baumgartner ‘65 CEA+  M. Blakley ‘63 z M. Blankenship ‘55 (3) z R. Buchanan ‘55 (29) „ J. Buist ‘78 (26) z C. Carey ‘82  A. Chapman ‘69 (24) „ K. Cox ‘76 (19) C. Dexter ‘51  C. D’hondt ‘88 CEA+ z T. Duffy ‘78 K. England ‘08 C. Erickson ‘43 (6) „ D. Esworthy ‘84 z J. Falotico ‘85 (2) z D. Giffin ‘62 (2) „ G. Graessle ‘79 (15) z E. Grandone ‘70 (2) „ M. Grant ‘09 z J. Harney ‘46 (3) D. Hortberg ‘57 (5) „ R. Hougham ‘72 (4) „ D. Howe ‘81 (13)  K. Huntoon ‘72  J. Jones ‘96 CEA+ „ M. Kamps ‘10  S. Katsinas ‘78 (8) Z. Keller ‘09 z P. Kempfer ‘64 (7)  R. Kiefus ‘63 J. Kimmel ‘60 (7) D. Kohout ‘74 (5)  S. Kouzomis ‘68 (10) „ H. Lang ‘59 z T. Lindsey ‘74 (5) z J. Lipe ‘51 „ W. Loptien ‘09 (2) S. MacGregor ‘74 „ R. Magnussen ‘60 (16)  P. Marzek ‘81 (22)  W. McCrindle ‘78  J. McGrail ‘87 CEA+ z M. McLees ‘75 (9) J. Michael ‘10  C. Milkint ‘83 (4) z B. Nelligan ‘09 „ D. Nixon ‘73 (5) J. O’Donnell ‘82 (3) z T. Pazerunas ‘09 (2) C. Peterson ‘63 (2)  M. Pizzuto ‘81 (9) P. Renner ‘09 „ J. Ritt ‘52 (22) z G. Rugel ‘78 (27) „ C. Sarlas ‘63 (6) z R. Selby ‘66 (6) „ T. Shepard ‘73 (13) z P. Sierzega ‘10 J. Sladek ‘74 „ R. Smith ‘50 (12)  T. Sutton ‘77 (3) „ W. Svoboda ‘67 z D. Tesnow ‘09 (2) G. Vartanian ‘96 (4) M. Voelker ‘09 (2) R. Willey ‘09 S. Williams ‘71  C. Zelent ‘84 (14) INDIANA  D. Allard ‘70 (13) z S. Altheide ‘09 z W. Bear ‘52 M. Bear ‘55  C. Bell ‘54 (3) „ B. Bennett ‘03 „ P. Borgmeier Jr. ‘69 z R. Bouvy ‘69 z J. Boyd ‘65 (5) „ T. Burkhart ‘62  B. Circle ‘67 (7) J. Coffman ‘79

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T. Cook ‘48 (4) R. Duerring ‘11 H. Elliott Jr. ‘77 (3) D. Epstein ‘90 (10) R. Fishburn ‘67 (4) B. Fleitz ‘87 T. Haas ‘80 B. Harper ‘54 (37) H. Kahlenbeck Jr. ‘52 (37) K. Kearney ‘11 T. Kilpatrick ‘57 (8) P. Kluempers ‘84 (12) R. Kovener ‘55 (15) J. Lambert ‘87 (21) R. Levin ‘87 (19) R. Manalo ‘71 (3) D. Miller ‘58 M. Moran ‘94 (2) L. Moss ‘49 (2) J. Niquette ‘10 R. Rock ‘67 (14) M. Sater ‘10 (2) B. SerVaas ‘41 (6) G. Sims ‘82 (10) M. Smid ‘10 (2) K. Smith ‘63 (9) E. Snelz ‘82 (3) B. Steinman ‘10 L. Stuckey II ‘97 (8) R. Swanson ‘56 (11) J. Van Valer ‘04 D. Weaver ‘60 (4) R. Williams ‘58 R. Williams III ‘82 F. Wolf ‘67 (9)

IONA z D. Cruz ‘10 „ J. Fleming ‘05 (2) D. Millbauer ‘95 „ M. Opoku ‘07 (2) „ K. Oria ‘04 R. Paulsen ‘07 (2) „ R. Ryan ‘95  F. Santora ‘10

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IOWA z F. Ackerson ‘44 (32) C. Benson ‘41  R. Black ‘95 (2) „ T. Cole ‘42 (10) T. Drake ‘78 (9) z K. Fillenwarth ‘46 „ D. Frederick ‘92 (4) L. Hart ‘54 (11) „ H. Hearst Jr. ‘88  M. Heckt ‘46 (5) D. Hinson ‘57 (20) F. Huebsch Jr. ‘52 (3) „ B. John ‘96 (6)  D. Knuepfer ‘76 (4) R. Kodros ‘68 (2) G. Lamb ‘94 (14)  D. Marston ‘63 J. McCarragher ‘68 (18)  C. McMillen ‘80 (2)  K. Miller ‘67 (27) z K. Nelson ‘44 „ R. Renfro ‘48 z D. Rusk ‘76 (30) D. Smalley ‘68 H. Sohn Jr. ‘52  M. Thielen ‘57 (25) „ J. Viskocil ‘75 W. Volkmer ‘53 (8)  K. Weigel ‘78 (30) „ P. Wentzien ‘59  D. Wynja ‘67 (9) IOWA STATE  R. Allendorf ‘83 „ J. Ashbaugh ‘83 R. Borgmeyer ‘51 (2) z M. Bowman ‘65 (10)  M. Brooks ‘78 (4)  A. Brown ‘60 (5) „ K. Bruening ‘80 (28) D. Carne ‘70

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J. Carson ‘73 (6)  R. Carter ‘78 R. Clapp ‘51 (8) z B. Colehour ‘91 (9) R. Conklin ‘07  J. Courter ‘84 (7)  J. Cronk ‘60 (37) J. Czerniak ‘08 (3)  C. Finn ‘05 (5) „ R. Fleck ‘49 (6) „ C. Foss ‘71 (8) R. Frink ‘51  L. Gleason ‘42 (6) H. Heitzman ‘41 (16) „ R. Holland ‘80 „ S. Hudson ‘84 (3) „ D. Jacobs ‘62 „ S. Jensen ‘94 (2)  A. Johnson Jr. ‘47 (37)  B. Kinnamon ‘69 (12)  M. Kuchel ‘76 (8)  D. Larew ‘63 z D. Lawler ‘67 S. Loney ‘74 (5) „ R. Long ‘51 (4) A. McNerney ‘09 (2)  J. Moodie ‘45 (13) A. Mores ‘80 (24) z D. Morse ‘52 (7)  D. Nelson ‘52  M. Nickey ‘65 (23)  R. Patterson ‘54 (3) „ L. Pearson ‘64 (23) z C. Rausch ‘67 (6) CEA S. Rottler ‘65  W. Sigman ‘50 (37) z A. Snyder ‘86 (8) K. Solberg ‘10 H. Specker ‘37 „ C. Trunkey ‘52 (26) z C. Vermie ‘73 (2) „ G. Walker ‘44 (15) z J. Watkins ‘53 (3) z B. Welbourne ‘99 (4) R. Wood ‘51 (8) JOHNS HOPKINS M. Boyd ‘73 (8)  R. Deichert Jr. ‘97 (5) „ W. Gibson ‘50 (5) „ D. Hanson ‘50 (20)  T. Harrison Jr. ‘53 K. Kelly ‘44 (4) „ C. Miller ‘60 (2) „ J. Parker Jr. ‘67 (2) E. Schultz Jr. ‘48 (13)  W. Smith ‘54 (3) KANSAS z W. Abels ‘51 (2)  F. Baird ‘58 (3)

Memorial Gifts Mrs. Dorothy Banas in memory of her husband, Stanley R. Banas, Purdue '50 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78, in memory of Peter D. Campbell, Rutgers '50 Richard B. Levy, McGill '89, in memory of John G. Wheeler, McGill '86 Iain T. MacDonald, Alberta '64, in memory of Norman V. Louie, Alberta '63, & Bob Hall, Alberta '60 Teresa B. Sallé in memory of her husband, George F. Sallé, Virginia '29 Craig S. Sowell, Houston '92, in memory of Bettyann McQuaid Craig S. Sowell, Houston '92, in memory of Michael T. Kutka, Houston '59 Mrs. Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., in memory of her husband, Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago '43 Margaret Main Wilson in memory of Joseph M. Wilson, Ohio State '39

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K. Berkley ‘61 (6) J. Bertoglio ‘58 (2) B. Biles ‘66 (11) P. Bolen ‘58 W. Brainard ‘56 J. Brooks ‘62 D. Buechel ‘45 (2) E. Clarke ‘42 (5) J. Collins ‘61 (10) C. Cram ‘69 (3) J. Cram ‘71 (8) M. Crowther ‘59 (7) A. Emrich ‘09 (2) E. Evans ‘56 P. Fields ‘10 M. Goering ‘91 (4) L. Gregory ‘75 (33) N. Hart ‘56 (18) J. Hysom Jr. ‘57 (16) O. Johnson Jr. ‘52 (10) S. Joyce ‘70 W. Landess ‘53 (28) J. Light Jr. ‘51 (4) R. Mastin ‘62 (2) E. McCarthy ‘10 R. Morrison ‘70 (3) W. Noyce ‘10 T. O’Brien ‘09 (2) P. Peterson ‘09 T. Rinehart ‘57 C. Saricks ‘70 (31) D. Slawson ‘56 (5) P. Stork ‘65 M. Thomas ‘62 (2) D. Waxse ‘67 P. Wilkerson ‘10 L. Wilson ‘62 (2) J. Wright ‘75 (6)

KANSAS STATE „ C. Bell ‘10 „ A. Bernath ‘10 z J. Bostwick ‘07 z L. Butel ‘87 (8) z J. Callen ‘62 (7)  P. Edgerley ‘78 (14) CEA+ „ J. Edwards ‘10  J. Eplee ‘75 (7) „ S. Evans ‘66 R. Flack ‘09  W. Gordon ‘60 (21) CEA+ J. Grinstead ‘73 (3)  J. Hathaway ‘81 (25) CEA+ z B. Helvey ‘58  D. Johnson ‘75 (31)  C. Jones ‘10  C. Jones ‘77 (14) z B. Jubelt ‘68 (4) F. Jurenka ‘59 (14) „ G. LacKamp ‘07 (3) N. Lane ‘10 J. Lewis ‘76 (7) „ S. Long ‘73 „ J. Miesse ‘72 (5) CEA+  E. Musil ‘71 (2) CEA+ „ C. Navis ‘03 (2) „ J. Oppy ‘64 (25) „ H. Peterson ‘67 „ W. Ray ‘93 CEA+ „ B. Regan ‘10 S. Sauber ‘10 z D. Schettler ‘84 K. Schmidtberger ‘09 (2) W. Schuler ‘84 (5) „ A. Siders ‘04 z A. Sloup ‘05  T. Smith ‘70 (3) „ M. Stearns ‘66 (6) z J. Swenson ‘77 (4) W. Sylvester ‘10 KENT STATE  W. Becherer ‘49 „ P. Bohlander ‘67 CEA „ M. Callen ‘93 CEA+  P. Camerino ‘57 (6)  D. Cassens ‘68 (10) CEA+ „ M. Cesa ‘76 (2)  M. Coppola Jr. ‘65 (19) CEA+  A. Dalcher ‘57 (7) „ D. Duke ‘77 CEA „ J. Edwards ‘05 (2) CEA+  J. Flask ‘67 (4) CEA

„ R. Fleming ‘71 CEA „ I. Gersten ‘61 (14)  J. Gibson ‘68 (9) CEA+ O. Gilbo ‘65  N. Giorgianni ‘56 (10) CEA+ R. Haas ‘10 P. Hall ‘49 z N. Helman ‘54 (2)  L. Holtz ‘58 CEA „ T. Hyde ‘69 CEA „ K. Kalish ‘59 CEA z M. Katz ‘57 (2)  T. Litwiler ‘56 (14) CEA J. Manninen ‘57 (19)  M. Martens ‘03 (2) z R. McNeil ‘51 (5) „ T. Meinhardt ‘54 (12) R. Melin ‘07 z W. Miller ‘65 (15) „ P. Morabito ‘70 CEA  R. Muntzinger ‘51 (11) CEA+ D. Parsons ‘64 (2) „ T. Rall ‘67 CEA z R. Robertson ‘64 CEA  C. Rodgers ‘60 (10) „ P. Shriver ‘49 (20) CEA+ „ P. Shriver ‘50 (13) CEA z R. Stevenson ‘47 (13) z H. Thomas ‘59 (2) CEA+ „ A. Thomas ‘65 (4) CEA R. Tidyman ‘08  W. VanBenthuysen ‘61 (9) CEA

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LAFAYETTE  T. Ashton ‘86 (7) B. Beidel ‘09 J. Brock ‘00 (2) z B. Campbell ‘84 z K. DeFranceschi ‘09 J. deRuyter ‘73 R. Ernst Jr. ‘48 S. Finley ‘82  J. Fisher ‘77 (3) z D. Gold ‘53 C. Kuehn ‘09 z A. Levy ‘07 „ A. Long ‘03 (3)  W. Messick ‘68 (10) „ P. Moser III, ‘68 (3)  R. Noreika ‘67 (2)  W. Rappolt ‘67 (4) z P. Silverberg ‘09 (2) H. Smith ‘51 (31) z N. Snook ‘59 N. Sullivan ‘00 (8) „ G. Travaglini ‘72  R. West ‘53 (5) „ J. Zembron ‘74

MAINE C. Hoak ‘76 „ M. Lausier ‘85 (3) S. Spear ‘83 (10) D. Stairs ‘80 (9)

LEHIGH „ A. Alber ‘65 (7) z J. Alcaro ‘74 (5)  R. Allan ‘68 (14) z A. Barker ‘61 (2) F. Batson Jr. ‘50 (13) A. Beeken III ‘45 (11) „ S. Brown ‘10 A. Cannon Jr. ‘74 (20) „ R. Christiansen ‘56 B. Conchar ‘41 (9) z C. Curtiss ‘43 (9)  D. Czerny ‘74 (30) z J. Edell ‘79 (3) z C. Edwards ‘41  J. Frank III ‘68 (10) z R. Frey ‘70 (3) E. Furst ‘60 (27) R. Gabriel ‘51 (7) B. Goldman ‘58 (9) z R. Hagadorn ‘48 (2) J. Kurtz ‘52 (12) z J. Lichter ‘68 (6) „ A. Linares ‘58 (2) J. Lizana ‘87 (2) E. Lucadamo ‘71 (31)  L. Maroti ‘58 (22) T. McConnell ‘90 N. Meier ‘50 (11)  W. Moodie Jr. ‘47 (10) G. Naylor ‘71 (20) S. Novack ‘09  M. Parseghian ‘49 (17) „ J. Perna ‘76

J. Puth ‘52 J. Ramsay ‘58 (3) G. Ramsden ‘44 (20) W. Salmond ‘46 (7) R. Schmidt ‘52 J. Sini ‘68 (10) W. Smith ‘50 (8) T. Smith ‘08 C. Tiefenthal ‘09 (2) „ E. Yaszemski ‘80 (2) LONG BEACH C. Cooper ‘88 (11) z D. McKenzie ‘91 B. Tom ‘91 (2) LOUISVILLE  R. Brand ‘70 (16) z J. Brian ‘87 (9)  B. Dahlem ‘51 (6) z P. Disney Jr. ‘51 (2)  R. Durning Jr. ‘53 z P. Fussenegger ‘79 (2)  W. Goldberg ‘83 J. Griffiths ‘69 (20) W. Hacker Jr. ‘69 (2) M. Harmon ‘49 (10) „ S. Hartstern ‘70 (13) z G. Montgomery ‘68  B. Mudrick ‘82 (27) A. Nelms ‘09  T. Talaat ‘82 (8) J. Winter ‘45

MANITOBA  J. Brass ‘73 (3)  R. Jones ‘67 (4) R. Kohanik ‘86 „ S. Munroe ‘70  J. Trudeau ‘06 (4) MARIETTA „ K. Brennan ‘64 (24) „ F. Dunlap ‘43 (9) R. Krupp ‘64 H. Linn ‘41 (2) z D. Portanova ‘63 (10) W. Richards ‘57 (4) C. Schmidt ‘53 (5) z D. Trabilcy ‘59 (7) z W. Wilkinson ‘49 (2) z G. Woodring ‘59 (3) z G. Yester ‘51 (19) MARYLAND „ M. Caporaletti ‘73 (19) R. Costello ‘65 (3)  P. Doetsch ‘76 (2) J. Girolami ‘75 (15) R. Goco ‘87 (10) W. Kirkpatrick ‘68 (9) z P. McCusker ‘85 (7)  J. Siegel ‘78 (21) MASSACHUSETTS M. Crosscup ‘96 (5) z J. Hoggard ‘71 MCGILL  R. Levy ‘89 (5) MCMASTER „ B. Beck ‘93 MIAMI z J. Andrews ‘09 (2) z W. Armington ‘47  H. Barker ‘50 (38)  D. Batista ‘56 CEA  J. Boden ‘02 (2) CEA „ T. Bond ‘04 CEA G. Brelsford ‘09  M. Brokaw ‘98 (3) CEA+ z R. Bruckman ‘49 (4)  T. Burkle ‘70 (4) CEA „ H. Burr ‘62 (3) B. Case ‘03 (4) CEA R. Charles ‘70 (2)  W. Darlin ‘56 M. Fender ‘09 W. Filter ‘49 (2)

P. Geiger ‘63 (6) W. Gerspacher ‘63 (10)  W. Gibson Jr. ‘51 (4) z B. Gilleland ‘51 (2) z W. Gurney ‘53 J. Hallihan ‘67 (25) z G. Hang ‘91  J. Hillis ‘64 (3) CEA „ J. Holschuh Jr. ‘77 (21) S. Kandel ‘08 (3) J. Key ‘64 (4) „ J. Kidd ‘62  L. Krabill ‘68 (3) CEA  D. Krebs ‘80 (28) „ M. McCollum ‘54 (5)  A. Mikkelsen ‘46  C. Miller ‘90 (7)  C. Moore ‘02 (3) CEA  J. Moul ‘66 (3) CEA z T. O’Keefe ‘82 (7)  M. Plummer ‘56 CEA+ „ J. Rathbun ‘74 „ C. Ridenour ‘04 CEA  J. Rogers ‘57 (33)  C. Sabados ‘01 (3) CEA E. Sarkisian ‘85 (10) R. Schoenherr ‘63 (2) D. Sechnick ‘76 (11) z T. Shelt ‘57 (14)  A. Snyder ‘97 (3) CEA T. Springer ‘99 z J. Steen ‘41  P. Stevens ‘56 (3) CEA R. Sunkel ‘53 (21) z S. Surplus ‘81 „ P. Swanson ‘59 (3) CEA  C. Thomas ‘02 (3) CEA M. Tye ‘63 (4) D. Valentine ‘09 „ M. Van Horn ‘02 (3) CEA „ R. Vernon ‘54 (4) CEA+  F. Wall ‘56 (3) CEA J. Wenckus ‘63 J. Wettengel ‘65 (2) „ C. Witte ‘51 (24) „ C. Young ‘57 (2) MICHIGAN „ E. Allmendinger ‘47 (13) „ R. Bates ‘78 „ D. Baumgarten ‘79 H. Boggs ‘46 z D. Cameron ‘09 „ R. DeGange ‘67 „ S. Derhammer ‘09 (3) „ A. Englehart ‘06 z S. Gee ‘09 (3) B. Goudzwaard ‘09 (2) „ J. Grettenberger ‘59 (2)  W. Hole Jr. ‘51 (4) „ R. Johnson ‘74  C. Kern II ‘84 (5) z D. Lansdale ‘38 (4)  J. Layman ‘55 (5)  W. McIntosh ‘53 (10) R. Mertz ‘47 z T. Mowry ‘70 (3)  G. Nicolau ‘48 (4) z R. Plaskett ‘58 (2) „ T. Richards ‘91 „ G. Rost ‘09 (3) „ R. Spencer III ‘59 (9) J. Stuart ‘52 (3)  T. Tanase ‘63 R. Waddell ‘61 (2)  J. White ‘50 (38) MICHIGAN STATE  C. Allen ‘55 (27) „ R. Anthony ‘69 (3) „ R. Bladzik ‘00 (2) D. Carpenter ‘63 (9)  E. Christensen Jr. ‘57 (3)  D. DeVries ‘56 (7)  P. Franzetta ‘70 (32)  G. Gross ‘63 (11) z B. Hoot ‘65 (31) T. Hyslop ‘80 (3) „ R. Johnson ‘54 (13) z S. Knox Jr. ‘68 „ D. Long ‘59 L. Maccani ‘56 (11) z A. McGovern Jr. ‘50 (3)

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T. Mortenson ‘61 (4) D. Neese ‘68 (18) A. Radcliffe ‘66 J. Ryan ‘55 (29) W. Savage ‘56 (16) J. Schmidt ‘59 L. Seguin ‘53 (6) G. Shannon ‘62 (8) G. Snyder ‘57 (8) M. Spillum ‘58 J. Tanton ‘56 (9) R. Thompson ‘67 (38) F. Trippel ‘57 (6) R. Workman ‘67 (5) R. Zimmerman ‘53 (14)

MICHIGAN TECH T. Davis ‘92 z M. Joerin ‘91  D. Mertens ‘94 (7) A. Mitteer ‘03 (2) O. Washington Jr. ‘91 MIDDLEBURY „ D. Axinn ‘51 (2) z T. Carey ‘86 (6) P. Dunham ‘45 (8) z W. Fuller ‘54 „ R. Johnson ‘58 (15) MINNESOTA  A. Allen ‘49 (15) „ P. Anderson ‘46 L. Baker ‘65 (8) E. Bjorkman ‘41 (3) „ S. Bormann ‘64 (16) „ A. Colombo ‘54 (5) J. Dempsey ‘09  C. Ellingson ‘92 (4) L. Fredrickson ‘75 (6) „ J. Gausman ‘50 (16)  J. Hamann ‘59 (10) z J. Lund ‘64 „ R. Martin ‘95  D. McKeag IV ‘04 (6)  R. Nelson ‘63 (12) z D. Rosekrans ‘54 (8) N. Rubino ‘09 G. Severson ‘09  P. Wilke Jr. ‘50 (37)  J. Zeese ‘59 (13) MISSOURI z G. Allemann ‘69 (33) G. Bistline ‘76 (3)  W. Black ‘59 E. Bolton ‘08 (2) W. Bradley ‘54 (9) „ T. Brady ‘62 J. Capps ‘67 (2) „ J. Culpepper ‘57 (6) z P. Edwards ‘02 (2) „ J. Ehrlich ‘67 (27) K. Fattmann ‘53 (2)  W. Harwell Jr. ‘51 (13) „ D. Hire Jr. ‘80 z J. Holdsworth ‘87  L. Hubbard ‘55 (3) R. Johnson ‘88 z A. Kaestner ‘57 (5) „ J. King ‘75 z J. Lane ‘60 z D. Leach ‘52  B. McKinney ‘74 (6) z R. Nelson ‘83 (22)  T. Norris ‘60 (8) z H. Ochs Jr. ‘33 (37) D. Press ‘58 (2) „ E. Rathjen ‘11 G. Rector ‘62 (12) z S. Richards ‘64 (6) z W. Schoenhard ‘71 (18)  J. Seitz II ‘59 (16) z S. Sportsman ‘09 (2) z B. Tarantola ‘81 (12) D. Tesarek ‘55 (7) z W. Weber ‘55 (2)  C. Yaeger Jr. ‘61 (4)

KEY  = President’s Trust ($500+)  = President’s Club ($200+) „ = Golden Delta ($100+)

 R. Yingling Jr. ‘62 (34) „ D. Zentgraf ‘10 NEBRASKA „ C. Ashby ‘39 (4)  T. Biggerstaff ‘63  R. Campbell ‘68 (13)  S. Carlson ‘54 (8) J. Cheloha ‘87 A. Christenson ‘45 (15) z H. Douglass ‘59 (3) „ G. Fisk ‘58 (8) „ R. Geisler ‘62 „ S. Henning ‘85 (6)  J. Hibberd ‘79 (7) „ R. Hirsch ‘66 z E. Hohensee ‘68 (22) J. Houchin ‘85 (7) z D. Koziol ‘66  W. Krommenhoek ‘57 (35) W. Kubert ‘64 (7) W. Lallman ‘89 (2)  R. Lannin ‘81 (8) K. Leach ‘85 (9) B. Lee ‘74 (8)  R. Loch ‘54 (5) R. Meier ‘42 (4) z A. Melville ‘96 (8)  L. Million Jr. ‘53 (12) z G. Muncy ‘70 M. Naslund ‘74 K. Newfeld ‘09 (2) D. Nieveen ‘09 G. Novotny Jr. ‘66 (6) „ R. Shively ‘82 (26) „ H. Smith ‘65 (13) „ D. Spencer ‘85 (5) z E. Straka Jr. ‘53 (21) z J. Sullivan ‘49 „ M. Teetor ‘84 z J. Warrick ‘59 (9) A. White ‘10 NEW YORK C. Hoover ‘40 (29) NORTH CAROLINA  J. Allen ‘73 (4)  R. Ayres ‘65 (11) „ B. Babcock ‘99 z M. Baratta ‘81 (15) z D. Burnham ‘09 (2) „ T. Cornell ‘57 „ W. Crawford ‘76 (10)  J. DeBlasio ‘62 (10) „ C. Downton III ‘66 (3)  J. Goforth Jr. ‘66 (5)  R. Gray ‘59 (3) „ D. Gubin ‘88 R. Harrison Jr. ‘64 (2) „ D. Heacock ‘64 (2) C. Hoffman Jr. ‘75 (2) A. Houghton ‘55 (8) J. Inscoe ‘62 (4)  W. Jobe ‘63 S. Jones Jr. ‘63 (5) „ J. Joyner Jr. ‘77 (21) „ J. King ‘64 (9)  M. Legler ‘64 „ S. McClanahan ‘74 (13) „ D. Myrick ‘65 (8)  T. Parker ‘09 (2)  H. Pawlik ‘54 (10) C. Pippert ‘91 (3) B. Quinn ‘09 K. Rogers ‘09 (2)  W. Rose ‘69 (21) C. Schumacher ‘73 (2)  A. Subramanian ‘97 (11) „ K. Sullivan ‘86 (13) „ E. Taff ‘61 (20)  S. Wallenhaupt ‘74 (6)  S. Weiss ‘77  G. Wessling ‘74 z R. Wing ‘70 (2) A. Woodard ‘80 (2) z T. Yermack ‘78 (12)

NORTH CAROLINA STATE „ J. Auten ‘81 (2) M. Bame ‘09 z J. Harke ‘07 T. Hoffman ‘78 J. Horn ‘08 (2)  P. Klinefelter ‘80 (10) „ E. Lach Jr. ‘79 (2) J. Melton ‘08 (2) M. Miller ‘08 B. Pack ‘80 (6) z A. Rojas-Holmquist ‘11  P. Taylor ‘89 (3) CEA  R. Taylor ‘82 (4) CEA+ W. Taylor ‘10 NORTH DAKOTA J. Atkinson ‘09 (2) z G. Bjerke ‘75 z D. Bruschwein ‘74 (10) T. Dolan ‘72 (10) „ D. Dunham ‘89 z D. Finke ‘74 (13) „ L. Galehouse III ‘68 (2) D. Gonzalez ‘09 (2) L. Hiesterman ‘07 (2) „ J. Jones ‘04 z D. Kack ‘87 (2) „ R. Kirsch ‘78 z D. Larsen ‘71 (3) „ M. Lerfald ‘63 W. Line ‘07 (2) „ L. Luckow ‘71 „ E. Lybeck ‘97 „ D. McLeod ‘63 (16)  C. Mock ‘08 (3) z K. Regan ‘78  K. Rother ‘09 z G. Schmidt ‘70 (4) J. Stock ‘07 „ R, Szczys ‘69 (9) R. Waller ‘09 (2) B. Wysocki ‘08 NORTH DAKOTA STATE J. Ahlers ‘09 B. Bakko ‘07 W. Baumbach ‘09 P. Coghlan ‘10  C. Dworshak ‘00 (7) CEA+ H. Hagen ‘86 (5) „ S. Kapadia ‘70  J. Ringuette ‘94 (2) CEA NORTH FLORIDA M. Breidenstein ‘07 (2) R. Finnerty ‘09 NORTHERN COLORADO z C. Belt ‘92 (2)  P. Gerhart ‘04 (3) „ P. Schott ‘96 (12) NORTHERN ILLINOIS S. Borbely ‘66 (2) J. Carlson ‘70 (2) „ W. Carmichael ‘78 (2) R. Cherry ‘73 „ S. Eckert ‘76  A. Knox ‘77 (10) z J. Landstrom ‘70  J. Lotsoff ‘88 (21)  W. Malloy III ‘69 (3) z L. Michna ‘84 (10) K. Moline ‘74 (2)  E. Nosek ‘85 (10) „ R. Pierson ‘73 (2) z M. Reinhardt ‘81 „ J. Rembusch ‘66 J. Thatcher ‘71 z W. Tyler Jr. ‘65 (2) NORTHERN IOWA  S. Anderson ‘79 (27) „ B. Cory ‘75  A. Culley ‘00 (8)  J. Fuhrman ‘94 (8)  D. Henshaw ‘79 (24)

z = Silver Delta ($50+) (#) = Consecutive # of years as a donor CEA = Chapter Educational Account gift

M. Melcher ‘92 (14) C. Nyguard ‘91 CEA+ NORTHWESTERN „ F. Ahlberg ‘53 E. Akemann ‘62 D. Armstrong ‘46 N. Baum ‘09 (2)  M. Beaubien Jr. ‘64 (5) „ W. Boyd ‘48 (10) „ P. Bridgford ‘56 (2) z D. Costello ‘54 (22) z R. Countryman Jr. ‘50 (3) „ C. Crowe Jr. ‘55 (6)  J. Davis ‘65 (7) z J. Dorn ‘54 (8)  H. Evert ‘56 (9)  S. Ferguson ‘75 Z. Fleitman ‘09  R. Grottke ‘52 (13) G. Happe ‘50 (2)  E. Heizer Jr. ‘51 z J. Higley ‘56 „ R. Horvath ‘59 „ R. Kling Sr. ‘44  D. Kramlich ‘59 (9) G. Lose ‘57 (9) z D. Martens ‘59 „ S. Martin Jr. ‘56 z J. Montgomery ‘43 (6) „ K. Moul ‘74 (7)  J. Nelson ‘63 (38)  R. Newman II, ‘59 (13) „ J. Purtill ‘72 (4)  T. Rakow ‘65 (4) z A. Roberts ‘02 (2) z M. Sapienza ‘74 „ T. Smithburg ‘10 z S. Spar ‘83 (8) „ H. Stevens ‘46 (7)  R. Thompson ‘73 „ R. Trenkmann ‘64 R. Van Vooren ‘53 (7) z R. White Jr. ‘52 (3)  C. Williams ‘62 (4) OHIO „ D. Bellan ‘59 (3) „ J. Boeh ‘80 z R. Hughes ‘67 (2) z G. Logsdon ‘62 (7) z M. Logsdon ‘64 (7) „ R. McDonald ‘73 (3) „ K. Mick ‘67 (5) „ H. Opperman ‘65 (15) z C. Palmer ‘60 z E. Paxton ‘68 (11)  S. Rowley ‘65 (18) z W. Spanfellner ‘61 (19) „ D. Sunderland ‘62 z W. Ulle ‘57 z T. Walker ‘80 (5) z J. Wills ‘70 W. Wright ‘61 (7) OHIO STATE z W. Ballinger ‘49 (5)  W. Barnes ‘49 (2)  D. Bates ‘59 (4) z S. Bates ‘66 S. Blozis ‘80 (2) „ W. Buchsieb ‘51 (3) „ J. Carle ‘61 (12) „ W. Deming ‘35 (6) „ D. Gordon ‘63 (7) T. Hoover ‘56 (28)  N. Johnson ‘43 (2) z C. Jones ‘50  H. Keifer ‘48 (14) z E. Kilby ‘75 (2) A. Kimbrell ‘99 (4) „ E. Kohler ‘50 (2)  E. Langhurst ‘41 (3)  C. Lurding ‘59 (4) z S. McCormick ‘92 (16) z P. Porter ‘50 (17)  R. Mason ‘41

„ B. Reagan ‘78 (2) R. Reamer ‘64 (10) „ W. Reeves ‘66 z N. Robbins ‘63 z R. Schieferstein ‘66 (8) L. Selvey ‘48 (3) z P. Sherck ‘51 (7) B. Silla ‘52 R. Sipprell ‘37 (26) z A. Tipka ‘63 (7) D. Veverka ‘78 (3) z T. Voght ‘97 (11) „ J. Wagner Jr. ‘45 (6) z W. Walker ‘65 (6) S. Webster ‘09  G. Weingardt ‘55 (8) „ C. Wertz Sr. ‘52 (3)  J. Wingard ‘63 (3) OKLAHOMA A. Boriskin ‘11  L. Brammer Jr. ‘47 (11) „ C. Brim ‘92 „ C. Burns ‘95  R. Butler ‘78 (7) z G. Carr ‘83 (12) z C. Coleman ‘81 (5) J. Cure ‘05 (2) L. Custar ‘10 J. Darakhshan ‘09 (3)  J. Dawson Jr. ‘35 (6)  T. Dowd ‘75 (3) CEA+ „ B. Ellison ‘09 „ W. Felton III ‘72 A. French ‘78 z C. Frymire ‘79 z M. Gunning ‘87  W. Hamilton ‘57 (6) z K. Hirsch ‘74 (6)  S. Holm ‘92 „ M. Huchteman ‘55 T. Hudiburgh ‘78 (7) „ P. Hurley ‘64 „ R. Johannes ‘61 (2) „ M. Johnson ‘79 T. Lee ‘75 (6)  J. Levorsen ‘50 (3) „ R. Norris ‘80  T. O’Bannon ‘82 (12)  S. Patterson ‘42 (11) „ J. Powers ‘58 (8) P. Rabb III ‘80 (14)  M. Rupert ‘74 (32) z M. Scaling ‘10 z R. Shaw ‘09  S. Snyder ‘79 (3) CEA+ z J. Sommerfrucht ‘60 (8)  D. Stussi ‘77 (8)  R. Thompson ‘62 (24)  B. Walkingstick ‘52 (36)  E. Waller Jr. ‘51 (6)  R. Wells ‘82 (6) A. Whiteman ‘10 H. Wilson ‘55 (4) M. Winkler ‘09

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OKLAHOMA STATE „ B. James ‘79  S. Meyer ‘75 (3) z J. Seals ‘68  M. Setser ‘77 OREGON  J. Allan ‘53 (6) B. Anderson ‘57 (20) „ A. Cellars ‘47 (37) J. Chang ‘07 (3) „ R. Clark ‘70 (2) R. Davies ‘49 (3) D. Day ‘08 C. Dole ‘10 z D. Donile ‘95 „ L. Duncan ‘45 E. Goffard ‘49 (5)  D. Greene ‘99 (9)  D. Homer ‘71 (3) z F. Johnson ‘55

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report „ D. Kirtley ‘63  T. Mattson ‘63 (38) D. Mecklem ‘53  A. Mitchell ‘70 z G. Moulds ‘64 (9) R. Munnecke ‘63 J. Naumes ‘03 (2) R. Newell ‘65 (4) „ R. Price ‘62 (20)  W. Shepherd Jr. ‘55 (4) A. Shields ‘69 (2) z J. Smith ‘92 (10)  D. Sorenson ‘71 (3) J. Trigg ‘58 (9)  B. Walsh ‘64 (4) z R. Watson ‘71 (8)  J. Weisel ‘48 (27) T. White ‘53 OREGON STATE  T. Bays ‘42 (33)  W. Down ‘43 (5)  T. Durein ‘92 (16)  J. Graham ‘65 (10)  W. Harkey ‘71 (5) „ R. Hartley ‘54 (2) „ R. Horne ‘52 (7) z R. Mellis ‘48 (20) „ E. Murphy ‘10  D. Price ‘62

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PACE z S. Antolos ‘09 O. Bahar ‘09 B. Furlong ‘09 T. Guarino ‘10 R. Salerno ‘08 A. Williams ‘09 PACIFIC „ W. Keim ‘75 „ Z. Kimura ‘08 (3) „ M. Mahaffey ‘09 (2) „ R. McGrath Jr. ‘61 PAN AMERICAN H. Pereida ‘09 (3) PENNSYLVANIA  H. Acaster ‘44 (38) J. Beach ‘62 (5) B. Blecherman ‘82 F. Burggraf Jr. ‘58 (3) z R. Canfield ‘61 (4) „ G. Cleveland ‘61 „ G. Curchin ‘50 (7) „ P. Dennant ‘53 „ A. Elseroad Jr. ‘53 (4) J. Feintuch ‘08 (2) E. Gentino Jr. ‘50 (3) G. Graf Jr. ‘55 (20) z E. Greaney Jr. ‘53 z W. Hadley ‘54 z J. Lackman ‘06 J. Leider ‘06 (3)  R. Marx ‘54 (11) z R. McVay ‘54 (3) A. Noble ‘51 (10)

 J. Shellenberger ‘52 z C. Stehman ‘49 (2) „ C. Van Sciver ‘92 (3) V. Wolfsohn ‘48 (10) PENNSYLVANIA STATE „ J. Adamoli ‘83 (10)  B. Balderston ‘76 (18) „ R. Baldwin ‘57 (14) J. Batchelor ‘84 (4) z W. Bilohorka ‘50 (3) R. Brooks ‘49 (2) „ G. Cimochowski ‘63  R. Crosby ‘54 (7) z J. D’Antonio ‘93 (5) L. Dash ‘92 (16) R. Devon ‘62  J. Dubinsky ‘59 (4) H. Hilner ‘59 (21) „ D. Humes ‘77 (2)  J. Johnston ‘58 (37) „ L. Kimball ‘47 z G. Kowatch ‘81 (3)  R. Lewis ‘40 CEA z J. Maher ‘59  D. Merenda ‘77 (11) R. Nix ‘48 R. Noah ‘57 (28) J. Petrilli ‘09 z J. Phelps ‘73 (7) C. Prutzman Sr. ‘72 (2) z D. Roth ‘79 T. Samuel II, ‘91 „ J. Schaffer ‘55 S. Seidel ‘00 T. Sica ‘41 (8) z P. Warburton ‘91 (4) R. Williams ‘57  S. Wolcott Jr. ‘57 (11)  R. Zakos Jr. ‘02 (7)  J. Zboyovsky ‘51 (37) PLATTEVILLE  T. Lundeen ‘52 (7) PURDUE z L. Alexander ‘45 (2)  B. Anderson ‘65 (32) M. Banks ‘02 K. Baumel ‘62 (8) z J. Beacham ‘54 (3) S. Bennett ‘09 D. Bielefeld ‘61 (4) M. Borrello ‘04  J. Brennan Jr. ‘55 (28)  W. Briscoe ‘65 (3)  R. Brown ‘46 (15) „ R. Byrne ‘68 (15)  G. Caine ‘81 (6) „ W. Chen ‘94 (12) J. Clark ‘04 B. Coogan ‘01  A. Crofts ‘47 (8) z W. Cross ‘44 (2) G. Dauksas ‘03 J. DeVoll ‘63 (8) D. Doyle ‘03 (5)

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C. Dressler ‘06 D. Duffin ‘44 B. Finch ‘44 D. Fitzgerald ‘49 (24) R. Foltz ‘08 (3) T. Foote ‘50 (28) F. Ford ‘58 (14) J. Fowler ‘04 R. Fox ‘63 (9) R. Friedersdorf ‘79 J. Gerberich ‘03 (2) R. Hallman ‘54 (37) R. Hegeman ‘49 (13) D. Heile ‘46 (2) M. Hogan ‘85 (23) C. Hoppe ‘57 (3) C. Houff ‘53 (7) J. Jones ‘48 (6) K. Kolmer ‘81 (7) W. Konrad ‘48 (7) A. Lacis ‘64 (9) R. LaFortune ‘51 (37) J. Laux ‘97 A. Leard ‘09 B. Lee Jr. ‘51 (11) D. Lenz ‘03 E. Letts ‘67 (8) F. Luber ‘50 N. Lynch ‘03 D. Martin ‘82 K. McClain ‘71 (4) W. Miller ‘39 G. Moss ‘47 (29) C. Nutting ‘51 M. Perez ‘04 N. Popham ‘54 (10) R. Popham ‘40 (38) B. Price ‘05 R. Rhine ‘77 (8) R. Ricciardi ‘94 (9) W. Rich ‘53 (7) G. Richwine ‘75 W. Robinson ‘98 (2) L. Sackett ‘84 A. Sadler ‘10 W. Schatz II ‘56 (5) M. Senn ‘04 R. Short ‘72 W. Shumaker ‘55 (3) J. Smith ‘52 (11) T. Sroufek ‘05 A. Steiger ‘48 (7) R. Stewart ‘49 (7) E. Stocker Jr. ‘48 (5) J. Sweeney ‘64 (13) B. Taub ‘03 C. Tharp ‘06 F. Travelute ‘66 (9) J. Unruh ‘83 (3) A. Van Laan ‘07 A. Voelker ‘95 (10) H. Weise III ‘03 D. Whitehurst ‘59 (3) N. Williams ‘64 (10) W. Wilson ‘92 (13) D. Zak ‘51

RIPON J. Muraskas ‘78

Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Chairman Steve Rowley, Ohio ‘65 presents Keith F. Menezes, Georgia Tech ’08 with an Oak Circle Scholarship.

ROCHESTER „ I. Areces ‘06 (2) P. Avakian ‘55 (3) z T. Barnes III ‘66 (6) z J. Bassingthwaite ‘92 (7)  L. Bilker ‘91 (3) B. Calder ‘10 J. Crawford ‘08  E. Danton ‘98 (7) z M. Furlani ‘09 E. Garfield Jr. ‘53 (16) „ A. Magistro ‘60 (31)  D. Reisfeld ‘03 (7) z P. Rouff ‘96 (13) P. Ryan ‘46 (5)  S. Santandrea ‘56 (6) z R. Schonbrunn ‘63 (6) z G. Sukenik ‘08 B. Tokarczyk ‘08 (3) z D. Warner ‘44 z R. Woods ‘42 (13)

RUTGERS C. Adelizzi ‘62 (14) A. Bolter ‘56 (3) L. Cipriani Jr. ‘75 (2)  J. David ‘63 (12) W. Doliber Jr. ‘54 (5) „ L. English Jr. ‘63 G. Green ‘40 (8)  S. Hahner ‘78 (29) „ C. Hart ‘54 (8)  J. Herma ‘70 (28) „ A. Herr ‘54 (3) „ M. Kardos ‘60 (4) „ F. Kroesen ‘44 z C. Little ‘60 (9) „ A. Malekoff ‘73 (9) G. McLaren ‘75 z J. Nazzaro ‘62 (8) z R. Palmer ‘40 (12)  J. Sheridan ‘77 (15)  R. Stites ‘53 (4) z J. Strampfer ‘72 (5) SAN DIEGO  T. Darcy ‘72 (6) L. Ennis ‘09 (2) „ P. Fieri ‘73 „ A. Glaves ‘81 (3) z B. Howard ‘70 (6) z D. Jacobson ‘06 (3)  D. Kozin ‘05 (4) z C. O’Connor ‘91 (10) „ J. Orendain ‘78 (2) SAN FERNANDO „ M. Donnelly ‘68 (27) J. Jenkins ‘65 z D. Rice ‘64 (4) SAN JOSE „ M. Afflixio ‘85 z J. Agan ‘57 (2) J. Barton ‘09  E. Bontadelli ‘50 (9) CEA z S. Borges ‘56 (2) R. Brady ‘63 (11)  K. Brimhall ‘53 CEA B. Brown ‘56 (11)  G. Brown ‘57 CEA B. Buchanan ‘09  J. Burton ‘89 CEA „ B. Chambers ‘88 (3) „ D. Colby ‘56 (10)  H. Down Jr. ‘53 CEA  D. Dukes ‘53 CEA  A. Dunham ‘86 (3)  W. Edwards ‘61 (2) CEA  T. Fitch ‘88 (5)  J. Giacomazzi ‘52 (2) CEA  C. Given ‘97 CEA z R. Harder ‘54  T. Harney ‘52 (8)  D. Heagerty ‘50 (5) CEA+ z C. Henderson ‘10  C. Kamm ‘57 (5) CEA  J. Luckhardt ‘56 CEA+  C. Luckhardt ‘54 (2) CEA  A. Lund ‘55 (9) CEA  D. Madsen ‘51 (2) CEA  M. Mecey ‘91 CEA  J. Moeller ‘52 (2) CEA  J. Morey Jr. ‘58 (2) CEA+  D. Nelson ‘57 (3) CEA z D. Notaro ‘10 (2) P. Pitman Jr. ‘50  J. Pollack ‘67 (2)  R. Romine ‘63 CEA  R. Ryder ‘55 CEA A. Sessa ‘10  J. Sherman ‘66 (2) CEA  T. Slintak ‘08 (4) z L. Spolyar ‘52 (7)  P. Spooner ‘55 (11)  L. Sweeney Jr. ‘55 (6) CEA+  D. Swenson ‘68 CEA „ H. Thompson ‘58 (2)  J. Tormey Jr. ‘57 (9) CEA  P. Ueberroth ‘59 (10) R. Wallace ‘90 (2)  M. Ward ‘61 CEA  S. Yates ‘55 (16) CEA+

SANTA BARBARA  R. LaFontaine ‘91 (5)  T. Sullivan ‘95 (10) SIMPSON z K. Dunbar ‘69 (9) SOUTH CAROLINA C. Bassett ‘08 J. Freyer ‘94 (5)  F. Goolsby ‘81 (6) „ R. Heroux Jr. ‘84 (2)  J. Herron ‘88 (21) „ M. Pine ‘85 (7)  T. Schmoyer Jr. ‘88 (13) „ M. Washburn ‘91 SOUTH DAKOTA „ P. Christiansen ‘75 z M. Harrington ‘71 (4) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS z M. Carr ‘73 (7)  D. Maguire ‘73 (30) SOUTHWEST MISSOURI  D. Blatner ‘86 (9) „ S. Davis ‘87 SOUTHWEST TEXAS „ J. Keller ‘73 (8) „ D. Reynolds ‘73 (2) C. Pfeiffer Jr. ‘76 ST. NORBERT „ J. Flanagan ‘93 (7) STANFORD „ L. Chaffin Jr. ‘56 (5) z A. Cheney ‘55 (3) „ J. Cusick ‘51 (15) z D. Cutter ‘51 (38) R. Flatland Jr. ‘46 P. Hearne ‘60 z S. Richmond ‘60 z J. Seeley ‘59 (2) „ R. Smith ‘59 (2) B. Wilson ‘50 (20) SWARTHMORE z H. Bedolfe III ‘74 (2) z H. Bode Jr. ‘55 R. Hall ‘52 (6) S. Heiser ‘72 „ T. Henderer ‘60 (4) V. Jose ‘44 (5) z K. Kooi ‘09 C. Leith ‘81  L. Rampersad ‘10  K. Selverian ‘97 (8) z R. Sundt ‘50 (3) S. Waymouth ‘09 B. Work ‘10 SYRACUSE R. Aikman Jr. ‘56 (14) „ P. Bayer ‘60 K. Berlin ‘92 z G. Bluhm ‘42 (12)  R. Broad ‘60 (13)  L. Cantor ‘84 z G. Caplan ‘55 „ R. Dameo ‘57 z R. Diver Jr. ‘50 „ J. Dytman ‘71 (9) z G. Faigle ‘59 „ T. Finnell ‘57 (30) W. Freiert ‘51 (3)  J. Freyer Sr. ‘61 (7) J. Gold ‘79 (15)  D. Hanavan ‘79 „ J. Heider ‘54 (9)  R. Holland ‘83 (2) „ M. Jenney ‘55 (4)  W. Kagler ‘54 (11) z C. Laidlaw Jr. ‘55 „ G. Larson ‘83  J. Leachtenauer ‘57 K. Lent Jr. ‘54 „ D. Menotti ‘64 (4) G. Patrick ‘42 (6)  D. Pipher ‘73 z M. Reiser ‘68 (5)  E. Salisbury ‘40 (4)  L. Schlegel ‘67 (5)

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 E. Shaw ‘66 R. Spinks III ‘80  R. Spry ‘40 (5) z H. Stark ‘35 (7) W. Stark Jr. ‘47 (6)  A. Stauderman Jr. ‘58 (23) „ E. Strates ‘54 R. Terwilliger ‘51 „ D. Thorn ‘71 (5)  R. Thorpe ‘60 (20) z P. Zarins ‘60 (3) TECHNOLOGY D. Alusic ‘64 S. Balsbaugh ‘54 (7)  J. Buell Jr. ‘56 (3)  H. Crowther ‘54 (7) „ H. Drab Jr. ‘69 (5) z J. Glowienka ‘71 (4) C. Hagge II ‘57 T. Hoffman ‘87 (11) z M. Huke ‘65 (22) „ T. Johnson ‘93  E. Kavazanjian Jr. ‘73 (7) R. LeBoeuf ‘88 (20) „ S. Martin Jr. ‘50 (6) z D. Maurer ‘78 (10) „ D. McComb ‘70 (2) C. McCracken ‘76 K. Shimberg ‘91 (8) z L. Slocum Jr. ‘50 (11)  K. Suelthaus ‘66 (3) R. Taylor ‘82 z S. Wood ‘69 (29) „ R. Wothe ‘58 (10) „ J. Zhou ‘10 TENNESSEE T. Bible Jr. ‘74 D. George ‘82 T. Knies ‘71 (5) T. Kramer ‘88 D. Mouron Jr. ‘77 (6) D. Myers ‘74 (28) K. Snyder ‘94 (4)

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TEXAS  H. Adams ‘88 (3)  J. Allums ‘59 (6)  J. Blackwell ‘65 (9)  R. Bryant ‘74  J. Cassell Jr. ‘70 (32)  J. Dunlap ‘73 (30) „ W. Ensley II ‘83  J. Gresham ‘71 (5) „ T. Heins ‘65 (3) „ M. Hood ‘91 (6) J. Jett ‘73  M. Mitchell ‘65 (38) „ W. Nelson ‘59 (6) „ C. Pappas ‘73  A. Polser Jr. ‘65 (38) „ E. Sauer ‘74 W. Tibbitts III, ‘61 (19) „ L. Waters ‘73 (30) z R. Wiley Jr. ‘49 (5) z J. Word ‘68 (4) TEXAS A & M K. Hickman ‘87 (10) TORONTO M. Economopoulos ‘93 (6) T. Evans ‘54  R. Taylor ‘38 (24) TUFTS E. Casabian Jr. ‘64 (11) J. Couture ‘57 (2) J. DeQuattro ‘94 C. Erickson ‘64 (6) J. Flack ‘99 J. Fonda ‘51 (8) J. Furlong II ‘68 D. Halas ‘09 „ T. Hershman ‘09 „ D. Morse ‘42 (38) „ D. Picard ‘81 „ D. Pickering ‘43 (11) J. Porter ‘43 (11) z z z „  „

KEY  = President’s Trust ($500+)  = President’s Club ($200+) „ = Golden Delta ($100+)

„ z z  „

I. Ritter ‘10 R. Seaver ‘58 D. Stebbins ‘10 B. Valentine ‘67 (13) D. Vinton ‘52 (4) H. Wilkinson ‘69 (36)

TYLER z R. Campbell ‘79 U.C.L.A.  W. Corbett ‘40 C. Craig ‘39  S. Howard ‘41 (21) D. Lyons ‘44 (9) UNION z N. Botsford Jr. ‘54 (20) D. Cate ‘62 (11) R. Cooch ‘43 (4) „ J. Gardeski ‘51 (11) „ S. Hayes ‘89 (13) „ W. Hesse ‘49  R. Jarrett ‘51 (4) M. Martin ‘73 (2) z K. Merz ‘69 R. Obremski ‘59 (7) z M. O’Meara Jr. ‘50 (16) B. Rockwell ‘46 (3) J. Thompson ‘76 z W. Underhill ‘75 (5) VIRGINIA z J. Anderson ‘09 z M. Ashbury Jr. ‘54 (16) z D. Barbour ‘77 (20)  W. Brookhart ‘71 (22) „ W. Daniel ‘67 J. DiNunzio ‘61 (6) „ R. Downer ‘62 z I. Edgell ‘09 G. Ferrell ‘70 (8)  N. Frazier Jr. ‘99 (7) z J. Hales III ‘82 z R. Hastings Jr. ‘41 (5) M. Houff ‘08 (2) z S. King ‘69 (2) T. Neale ‘74 F. Norvelle ‘60 z W. Reusing ‘62 (16) B. Rice ‘57 z A. Saufley ‘54 (16) „ R. Solli ‘69 z W. Updike ‘63 (14) WASHINGTON  J. Aitken ‘70 (6) „ P. Anderson ‘09 (3) „ D. Baer ‘82 (10) N. Barr ‘49 (3) z A. Bergesen ‘58 (6) z R. Bienenfeld ‘72 (5) C. Boyd ‘48 (3) z R. Bryan ‘56 (2)  K. Carlton ‘86 (7) „ M. Cochrane ‘09 (2) „ G. Cook ‘64  L. Dam ‘68 (3) z B. de Peyster ‘09 (3) „ W. Dwight ‘79 (4) z K. Eiford ‘10 (2) z B. Elfers ‘92 (16)  J. Eyler ‘69 (10)  R. Fagan ‘52 (11) S. Fisher ‘87 (9)  B. Fortier ‘87 (7)  D. Habib ‘86 (5)  D. Haggen ‘53 „ G. Harris ‘71 (14) „ W. Henderson ‘59 (2) „ T. Hendrickson ‘67 (7) B. Hicks ‘09 (2) R. Horne ‘89 (8) J. Hubbard ‘53 (2)  M. Iverson ‘48 (10)  K. Kaneta ‘59 (38) z B. Keen ‘50 (13) D. Kraft ‘48  R. LaBerge ‘87 (10) „ R. Lee ‘53

  z „   „ „  z z z z  „  „

K. Mackey ‘77 (9) A. Majewski ‘85 (4) R. Martin ‘59 (38) V. Martin ‘66 (2) V. McDonald ‘48 T. McKay ‘50 D. Morford ‘56 (6) D. Nielsen ‘60 T. Phan ‘10 (2) B. Raskin ‘86 (3) D. Ravander ‘86 (9) M. Robson ‘09 (2) J. Russell ‘79 (5) K. Sahagun ‘08 (3) K. Sanford ‘10 (2) J. Taylor ‘90 (6) J. Tennefoss ‘48 P. Tuohy ‘53 (8) A. Viray ‘07 R. Walker ‘07 (3) J. Wiltse Jr. ‘60 (4) R. Yeasting ‘55 (4) R. Young ‘50 (11)

WASHINGTON & LEE G. Cornelius ‘56 J. Hess ‘60 (8) L. Lawrence ‘59 (25) P. Muller ‘55  J. Smith ‘62 (17) „ G. Whitehurst ‘50 (10) WASHINGTON STATE  L. Amos ‘68 (30)  B. Anderson ‘95 CEA „ S. Antush ‘84  C. Arnold III ‘93 CEA z L. Berry ‘55 „ B. Bratrude ‘82 CEA z M. Bryant ‘81 CEA  J. Clark ‘01 (3)  W. Cutler ‘55 CEA  K. Dickerson ‘94 CEA  G. Downing ‘90 CEA B. Ekstrom ‘55 „ D. Gusseck ‘63 (2) z D. Hambelton ‘75 (7) „ M. Hoagland ‘08 (2) CEA R. Hunter ‘50 (5) „ D. Kaysner ‘95 CEA M. Kraemer ‘73 (2)  C. Kurtak ‘42 (23) „ T. Larsen ‘95 CEA  T. Marker ‘81 CEA z K. Moe ‘79 CEA „ D. Mooney ‘88 CEA z V. Moreman ‘63 (7)  T. Ostrem ‘85 CEA z D. Rothrock ‘69  J. Simpkins ‘81 (8) z L. Skene ‘81 CEA z R. Stevens ‘79 CEA z W. Strouse ‘67  G. Studle ‘57 (37) „ K. Thomas ‘78  J. Webb Jr. ‘94 CEA WESTERN ILLINOIS S. Brown ‘86 (11) „ J. Ford ‘95 „ J. Goulart ‘80 (2) „ R. Gruenig ‘85 (10) R. Higgins ‘74 (3) S. Jones ‘87 (2)  S. La Buda ‘88 (13)  J. Nevel ‘00 (8) z T. Polaski ‘80 (2) „ J. Porro ‘91 (4) T. Rinaldi ‘10 z J. Schultz ‘86 (12) z T. Tracz ‘05 Z. Wang ‘09 z M. White Jr. ‘88 WESTERN MICHIGAN z D. Kanemori ‘66 (36) „ J. Klarr ‘75 „ D. Pew ‘63 (6) „ K. Soronen ‘57

z = Silver Delta ($50+) (#) = Consecutive # of years as a donor CEA = Chapter Educational Account gift

„ V. Sutherland ‘57 (9) „ J. Wagner ‘58 WESTERN ONTARIO A. Burnett ‘54 (6)  B. Dixon ‘86 „ J. Eberhard ‘69 „ K. Hay ‘56 (4) z W. Hull ‘51 (3)  A. Lansing ‘53  D. Rudd ‘51 (3) „ F. Stevens ‘70 WESTERN RESERVE A. Adrian-Karlin ‘09 (2) „ J. Angelotta ‘45 (2) A. Balaj ‘09 z P. Barratt ‘69 (2) z J. Becher ‘66 (4) C. Bizga Jr. ‘69 (5) „ B. Brancatelli ‘09 „ K. Chung ‘03 C. Cookson ‘51 (3) W. Cotton ‘77 W. Frederick Jr. ‘69  K. Friis ‘09 (2) „ J. Geisinger ‘09 z M. Hakes ‘10 P. Kaluszyk ‘73 (8) J. Kendel ‘59 (9) G. Kish ‘63 A. Lee ‘09 J. Lee ‘92 z S. Marshall ‘87 (5)  R. Marzec ‘67 CEA+ P. Paterson ‘10 z G. Powers ‘54 „ R. Price ‘43 (7) J. Sabo ‘67 R. Sacks ‘09 (2) z R. Soltis ‘81 „ J. Stickney ‘48 (4) „ D. Stuckey ‘47 (3) WICHITA  J. Adams ‘04 (7)  L. Ambler ‘68 (6) z G. Butts ‘60 (6) z J. Forsberg ‘07 (3) „ J. Little ‘58 (12) z W. Loyd ‘77 (2) B. Myers ‘06 (2) P. O’Neil ‘93 F. Schneider ‘08 (3) z R. Scull ‘55 (4) C. Trammell II ‘68 (2) N. Weidner ‘04 (5) WILLIAMS J. Gepson ‘65 (6) D. McDonald ‘50 (5) J. Pilgrim ‘60 (7) H. Rowan ‘45 (6) J. Snyder ‘51 (3) O. Svenson Jr. ‘50 (18) T. Thompson ‘52 (4)

„   „ 

WILMINGTON  D. Cole ‘72 (8) WISCONSIN  R. Allman ‘58 (7) „ D. Antolino ‘09 (2)  M. Baer ‘80 (8)  M. Branch ‘69 (4) „ G. Camberis ‘78 (6) T. Coogan ‘58 (2) „ D. Curran ‘52  B. Fellows ‘51 (11)  D. Fellows ‘49  D. Fohr ‘73 (2)  R. Godfrey ‘54 (6)  D. Godfrey Jr. ‘49 z J. Harden ‘59 (11)  J. Harris ‘72 (20) z J. Herrick ‘82 J. Herrmann ‘61 „ C. Herro ‘43 (11)  D. Herzer ‘54 (7)  E. Hipke ‘56 (14)

K. Hovde ‘09 R. Hunner Sr. ‘51 (5)  R. Jacobus ‘51 (27) z D. Johnson ‘70 (8) A. Kornblit ‘09 z P. Laper ‘68 (19) z C. Lynde ‘10 (2) M. Mahoney ‘10 z R. McLimans ‘68 (8) „ J. Mead ‘61 (2)  D. Meyers ‘77 (2) „ S. Miller ‘70 (8)  J. Morgridge ‘55 (4)  M. Mueller ‘82 (2)  W. Nesbitt ‘76 (29) „ J. Reich ‘10 „ D. Reinhardt ‘90 „ J. Rewey ‘59 C. Roup ‘67 (5)  S. Satek ‘88 (5) S. Segal ‘10 z L. Seno ‘71 (2) C. Shulman ‘10 (2) „ J. Thomas ‘57 (8) „ C. Thomas ‘59 (7) z R. Thompson ‘67 (7) F. Trubshaw ‘43 z D. Vinson ‘59 (28) z T. Vogelsang ‘84 J. Voss ‘72  R. Walcisak ‘74 (3) z G. Warner ‘87 F. Winding Jr. ‘51  D. Yenerich ‘82 (10) z J. Zahn ‘74 (5)

FRIENDS OF THE DUEF  Dorothy Banas Andrew S. Bergman (2) Eric M. Chamberlain (2) Jana Cole  Delta Upsilon Building Society of Alberta  Delta Upsilon Northern Illinois Association z DU Central  DU Kent State Alumni Chapter  Maraga Flynn Get Some Greek George R. Gilbert Jean Gileno Lloyd (2)  Barbara Ann Harness (5) „ HRH/Kirklin & Co., LLC (2)  Indiana Chapter of Delta Upsilon Alumni Association, Inc. Phil P. Jeong  Justin J. Kirk (2)  Kansas Chapter Alumni  NDSU Delta Upsilon Alumni Association Phired Up Productions, LLC,  Purdue Delta Upsilon Alumni, Inc.  Raymond E. Mason Foundation  Rice Family Foundation (6) CEA  Rochester Delta Upsilon Club, Inc.  Teresa Sallè  David R. Schumacher (9) Jeremiah Shinn Edward T. Slintak CEA Melinda B. Sopher (2)  Mrs. Ashton M. Tenney Jr. (14)  Charles T. & Marion M. Thompson Foundation (18)  UTA Delta Upsilon Foundation Margaret Main Wilson

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CEA+ = donor gave both to CEA and annual appeal Red text = also a donor to the Brick Campaign Italics = gift was a Parent gift

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Delta Upsilon Foundation | 200-200 Annual Report

DU Announces Planned Giving Campaign During the recent 2008 Leadership Institute in Houston,

been conducted with key prospects; the campaign brochure

Texas, Lewis Gregory, Kansas ‘75, chairman of the

has been developed; Legacy newsletters have continued;

Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation’s Planned Giving

the web site has been enhanced to include more planned

Committee, announced the “Better Leaders. Better Legacies” giving information; and an article was published in the DU campaign.

Quarterly. As we look forward to celebrating Delta Upsilon’s

In 2002, the Foundation conducted a personalized

175th anniversary in 2009, please join us in helping to

alumni survey to help determine the upcoming and near-

secure the future for mnay more generations of DU men by

future needs of the organization. One of the outcomes of

participating in the campaign.

the study was to establish the Legacy Circle program, which recognizes DU donors who have made gift intentions

Visit the Foundation web site, www.duef.org and click on

naming the Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate plans “Estate Planning” to find useful information on planned giving, during their lifetimes. As of early 2007, the Legacy Circle new articles, interactive features on gift options and more. If you

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had estimated gift intentions of more than $2 million. While the mission of the Foundation is to help change

have included Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation in your estate plans, would like to join the Legacy Circle or would like

the lives of our undergraduate brothers, one of the goals

more information on estate planning

is to provide for the long-term financial stability of the

opportunities,

Brotherhood. In order to ensure that the Foundation is well

Dave Schumacher, Executive

poised to meet the perpetuating educational challenges of the

Director, at 317-875-8900

future, Delta Upsilon is embarking on the “Better Leaders.

or Schumacher@DeltaU.org.

please

contact

Better Legacies” campaign. The goal of this campaign is to identify an additional $4 million in alumni gift intentions by the end of 2009. And we’re pleased to announce that nearly $1.6 million of gift intentions from individual donors has been achieved toward the goal of the campaign. Over the past year, an advisory council has been established to oversee the campaign. Personal visits have

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The Ultimate Founding Celebration Delta Upsilon Fraternity will celebrate the 175th Anniversary of the Fraternity’s Founding at the 2009 Leadership Institute in Albany, New York. A visit to Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts will be a highlight of the weekend. Take advantage of the opportunity to walk the hallowed grounds of the fraternity’s founding. Join us for this memorable celebration.

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Delta Upsilon International Fraternity 2009 Leadership Institute & 175th Anniversary Convention July 22 - 26, 2009 Visit www.deltau.org for event and pre-registration information.

Change of Address Mail form to Delta Upsilon International Headquarters or email information to: ihq@deltau.org. Parents: Your son’s magazine is sent to his home address while he is in college. We encourage you to review it. If he is not in college and is not living at home, please send his new permanent address to: ihq@deltau.org.

Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Inc. 8705 Founders Road Indianapolis IN 46268

Name: _____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ City: ____________________________ State: _________ZIP_________ Phone: _______________________ Email: ________________________ Chapter: ______________________ Graduation Year: _______________

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Alpha & Omega Alberta Robert J. Edgar ‘55 Egerton Warren King ‘42 British Columbia Paul A. Buck ‘44 Iowa State Reynold W. Matz ‘30 Kansas Carl Mathew Kron ‘48 Sewell T. Wilson ‘48

Lafayette Richard A. Deal ‘51 Minnesota Donald A. Opdahl ‘51 Norman R. Osterby ‘49 Donald L. Piccard ‘46 Ohio Jack W. Leeder ‘91 Ohio State Robert L. Kreager ‘48

Oregon William H. Kirkpatrick ‘41 Purdue Frank C. Arganbright ‘49 San Jose William F. Boothe ‘52 John E. Brunton ‘50 Technology Sven A. Vaule ‘56

This list reflects notices received at DU Headquarters between August 16 and October 1, 2008. Please notify the Fraternity of deceased brothers or any errors at PO Box 68942, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268.

Phone 317-875-8900, FAX 317-876-1629, or email ihq@ deltau.org. Memorial gifts may be directed to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation at the same address.

Parting Quote “Nothing ever built arose to touch the skies unless some man dreamed that it should, some man believed that it could, and some man willed that it must.” Charles F. Kettering, Ohio State 1904

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DU Quarterly: Volume 126, No. 3  

The Delta Upsilon Quarterly is the official voice of the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity.

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