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The QuarterlyApplauds

Seven members were recipients of the first Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni Achievement Medallion Awards at the 150th anniversary Leadership Conference and Convention held in August. Honored for their leadership in their community and professions were: Seated, left to right, Dr. Beurt R. SerVaas, Indiana '41; Terry Hart, Lehigh '68; and Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42. Standing are Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48; Capt. Frederick H. Hauck, Tufts '62; Lt. Col. Brewster H. Shaw, Wisconsin '67; and William L. Wallace III, Union '48.

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McGill Chapter was reinstituted in ceremonies held in Montreal in March. The initiates and installation team members are pictured here.


OFFICERS President The Honorable Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 (Vice Chairman) .1 udge of the District Court S11awnee County Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603 Chairman of the Board Howard K~hlenbeckJ Jr., Indiana '52

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One Indiana Square, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Vice-Preside nts 'Villi am D. Greenberg, '''Test~rn Ontario '73 P.O. Box 381, StatIOn Q Toronto, Ontario M4T 2M5 F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 Syracuse China Corporation P.O. Box 4820 Syracuse, New York 13221 . Edwin T. Mosher, San Jose '52 16350 Ridgecrest Avenue Monte Sereno, California 95030 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40 Laramore, Douglass & Popham 260 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10016 Secretary H . Allan Thompson, Oklahoma '65 1502 Mason Valley Road St. Louis, MissourI 63131 Assistant Secretary Dr. Richard Moran, Rutgers '72 Regis McKenna, Inc. 1800 Embarcadero Road Palo Alto, California 94303 Treasurer Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46 Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc., 151 N. Delaware Suite 135, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Assistant Treasurer David A. Venard, Bradley '77 962 Thompson Boulevard Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60090 Directors Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley '63 10907 Pioneer Drive Burnsville, Minnesota 55337 (1984) Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 2300 Algodones, NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112 (1984) H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 1610 Fifth Avenue Moline, Illinois 61265 (1985) Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 14 Hillside Avenue Pt. Washington, New York 11050 (1985) David R. Spencer, Nebraska '85 Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 (1985) Past Presidents Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 Arad Riggs, DePauw '26 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State' 18 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 O. Edward Pollock,' Virginia '51 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29

Executive Director Wilford A. Butler, CAE Fraternity Services Director Russell L. Grundhauser

Ch:r~~~rSde~i.c~o~i~·~~tor Fraternity Development Director David K. Legman Leadership Consultant Matthew A. McGauley Quarterly Editor . W. A. Butler, CAE, ' '''estern Michigan '61 Assistant Editor J 0 Ellen Walden Design Consultant J. L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48 Official Photographer Ed Lacey, Jr. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY, a publication of the Delta Upsilon Fratermty, founded in 1834, Incorporated, December 10,1909, under laws of the State of New York. Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Headquarters, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240. Headquarters is open from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., E.S.T., Monday through Friday. Telephone 317-875-8900. DELTAUPSILON QUARTERLY is published in January, Apnl,july and October at 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, IndIana 46268. The subscription price (checks a.nd money o,rde:s should be m~de payable t? Delta Upsilon Fratermty) IS $3.00 a year 10 advance; smgle copies 75r/. . Send changes of address and correspondence of a business or editorial nature to Delta Upsilon Fraternity, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240. Second-class postage paid at Indianapolis, Indiana and at additional mailing offices. ® T . M. Registered U. S. Patent Office.

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Captain Rick Hauck, NASA shuttle mission pilot, presents President B ullock with a special plaque from all three DU astronauts during ceremonies at the 150th anniversary Leadership Conference and Convention.

Absolutely Magnificent! Nothing short of such an extravagant superlative will suffice to describe the 150th annual Leadership Conference and Convention of the Fraternity held in August in Indianapolis. Highlights include: • A multi-media presentation of the 21 DU's who have graced 32 covers of TIME Magazine in the more than 60 years of its existence . This professional-quality presentation will also be made available to chapters later this year for use in rush. • The initiation of our honor initiate, Dr. Karl Menninger, the world's leading psychiatrist, prison-reform authority, and friend of homeless children throughout the two nations. Dr. Mennil)ger's address on the subject of "Belonging," and his moving acceptance of the Delta Upsilon badge, were emotional highlights of the convention's early festivities. • The selection of The Villages, Inc., a continent-wide effort to provide homes for homeless children, as the fraternity's international philanthropy, In this 150th year, it seemed appropriate to undergraduates and alumni alike that the fraternity should extend its influence beyond its own chapters to help our younger brothers and sisters of the human fraternity. • The presentation of seven Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni Medallion Awards. Honorees came from varied backgrounds ranging

from captains of industry, to the professions, to astronauts who have encircled the globe. Following these presentations, the DU astronauts presented a special plaque containing photograhs of their missions and the patches worn on their sleeve during each mission. As the final convention awards presentation concluded, one of our undergraduates was heard to say, "I am just so veTY proud to be a DU," What can a President add to that? On November fourth, Delta Upsilon will reach its 150th birthday. On that day, pause a moment. Refleet. Call a Brother. Send a check. We are so very proud to be DU s. HAPPY 150th BIRTHDAY, DELT A UPSILON! Fraternally Yours, Terry L. Bullock International President

Delta Upsilon Quarterly October 1984 Volume 102-Number 4

Table of Contents

Page

Hall of Fame .... . . Treasurer ' ~3 Report . Newsmake rs .. , ... . Comment on Fraternity DU Honor Roll .... . . . . . Convention Award Winners Vital Statistics ............. .

66 67

70 72 74 76

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Cover: Congressman Whitehurst stands on the steps of the Capitol with his newly published diary in hand - see page 66. 65


morning, before leaving for the Hill, I will edit the previous night's work, and after I am satisfied with it, I give it to my wife, . who then types the finished product, making changes in grammar, syntax, or punctuation as necessary. Sometimes, when we have shared an experience, she will add her own remarks to mine, so the journal reflects our joint career. The pages are then numbered and inserted in a binder for the current calendar year."

G. William Whitehurst Diary of a Congressman, G. William Whitehurst, Washington and Lee '50, The Donning Company, 5659 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Norfolk, Virginia 23502, $7.95 soft cover. Diary of a Congressman first caught our attention when we were looking over a list of books scheduled for . publication on Washington topics some months ago. We received a copy of the book from Brother Whitehurst for addition to the Delta Upsilon Headquarters library of books by Delta Upsilon members and about them. Our headquarters bookcases are growing with contributions on 'v arious topics, and this book is a fascinating diary. Representative Whitehurst, who was first elected from the Second District of Virginia in 1969, has kept a diary of events during his time in the Congress. He began keeping a diary because he wanted to repay a historical debt. When he was researching his doctoral dissertation, he found a diary of an American diplomat that provided important insight into his research project. When he came to Washington, he recalled how valuable that diary was and determined to keep one as well. Over the years he reports that he has developed the following routine of keeping a diary:

"I first type a rough draft, usually before or after supper at home in Arlington. The next 66

The first volume of the Diary, and there are plans for subsequent volumes we learn in the book, covers such a wide ranging series of events as Watergate, the Agnew resignation, the 1973 Arab-Israeli War, the overtures to China, the SALT negotiations and much more. Interspersed with these highlights, there are sidelights and some idea of the immense pressure under which the Congress must make decisions, and the continual activity that marks such work. There are also some moments of humor and one gets the impression that all that the Congress does is not viewed with overwhelming gravity. We read Diary of a Congressman from start to finish and found that the ebb and flow of the Congress comes out in the pages. At one point, Whitehurst observes: "In the House we continue to squander our time. On Tuesday we adjourned before 2:30, yet the schedule shows a flock of bills up for Thursday and Friday. Even today, we rose at 6:30 after voting on just one amendment to the controversial Consumer Protection Agency Bill. We could easily have taken up this measure on the two previous days." Following an interesting trip to China, he concludes with "Most ominous was a large crimson sign at the entrance to the Shanghai Airport which no visitor leaving China can fail to see. In Chinese and English, the words boldly proclaimed: Countries want independence. Nations want liberation. People want revolution. This is the irresistible trend of history."

Golden Joins Board

j At the June meeting of the Board of Directors, Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74, Assistant Dean of Students at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, was elected to fill a vacancy on the Board. Golden, a former member of the fraternity's professional staff, continues his assignment as Chairman of the Undergraduate Activities Committee and dean of the Leadership Conference.

1984-'85 Staff Visitors

The start of the new school year marked the return of three veteran members of the fraternity's professional staff. Returnees include: (left to right, standing) Russell L. Grundhauser, North Dakota '83; and Richard M. Holland, Syracuse '83. Seated is David K. Legman, Florida '83. The newest member of the field staff is Matthew A. McGauley, North Dakota '84, who joined the staff in August just before the Leadership Conference and Convention. He has completed his staff orientation program and is now visiting Delta Upsilon chapters.

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Treasurer Rasmussen Reports DU Fiscal Opportunities Ahead

CaleI\9ar~

January 18-19-20, 1985ALBERTA 50th Anniversary. Details from Delta Upsilon, Alberta Chapter, 50th Anniversary Committee, c/o Mrs. Carol Huggett, 20th Floor, C. U. Centre, 10035 - 105 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2S3 (404) 420-7128. January 18-19-20, 1985 - DU Presidents Forum Seminar for Chapter Presidents, Indianapolis, Indiana. 1985 Regional Leadership Seminars Provinces Host 1, 2. 3 Pennsylvania State 4 Georgia Tech 5, 6, 7 Wisconsin 8, 9 Nebraska 10 Oklahoma 11 California 12 Washington

Dates Feb. 1-3 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.

22-24 8-10 15-17 8-10 15-17 22-24

April 27, 1985 - Fourth DU Alumni Institute for chapter deputies, alumni counselors, corporation officers,and alumni who may be interested in advising chapters. Registration information: Mrs. Barbara Harness, Conference Registrar, Delta Upsilon Headquarters, P. O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, IN 46240-0108. (317) 875-8900. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

For the year ending June 30, 1984, the Delta Upsilon Fraternity had 'an excess of expenses over revenues of some $24,000. This year we have experienced some unusual and non-recurring expenditures that are involved in the celebration of our Sesquicentennial year. As we closed the fiscal year, we could identify a little over $47,000 in funds that are owed to the General Fraternity by undergraduate chapters and we believe that these items will all be collected. The prompt reporting of pledge, initiation and membership fees is vital to our proper financial controls. We spend too much time and money collecting these fees . Our accounts receivable in this area represent a potential income that could have provided a black figure for our total operations for the year. Past reports from the treasurer have indicated that we have a need to increase and expand our sources of revenue. Many of you alumni will remember that during your undergraduate days you paid a membership fee along with pledge and initiation fees. During this past year at their annual meetings, the Undergraduate Advisory Board and The Assembly approved the reinstatement of this fee . The funds collected were a much needed addition to our income account. Effective written communications with both our alumni and undergraduates is a challenging part of our operation. After a thorough study of available equipment, we have leased three Lanier word processing machines .. We believe that the utilization of this equipment has allowed us to increase our correspondence and mailings about 25% without the addition of a new employee.

October, 1984

The alumni support program continues to become a more important component of our income statement. Funds donated by the alumni exceeded $127,000 and represented over 20% of our total income. At the same tim~ our joint fund solicitation program raised right at $30,000 for the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. The yearend membership of the President's Club increased by 25% to a new high of 462 members .. For the tenth year in a row the alumni of the Purdue Chapter had more contributors than any other chapter. The cornerstone of the total finances of the fraternity continues to be the revenues furnished by the undergraduate body. We were pleased to notice an increase of 9% in this area and the reinstalled membership fee was importantly responsible for the increase. This year's grant from the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation helped defray the expenses of the annual Leadership Conference and the Regional Leadership Seminars. As our endowment funds increase, we are hopeful that more of the income may be gifted to the International Fraternity to be used for additional educational programs. Please keep in mind that a careful analysis of our total financial resources would indicate that an appropriate size for our Permanent Trust Fund would be about three million dollars above the present level. In the Statement of Functional Expenses you notice that $215,000 or 32% of our total expenses were allocated to services for the undergraduates and chapters. This figure does not include the $62,000 employed for convention, leadership conference, regional seminars, the Assembly of Trustees meeting and related activities. Together these two items comprise more than 41% of our total expenses. Our independent accountants, ' Price Waterhouse, have certified our audited financial statements that are a part of this report. We shall continue to follow the guidelines of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants for not-for-profit organizations. In summary, we have just completed a very successful year in the glorious history of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. It would be my hope that each one of you have an opportunity to participate in the celebration of our Sesquicentennial and continue to support our well conceived financial programs. We shall continue to prudentlymanage our resources as they furnish the foundation for building and maintaining our excellent Fraternity. Happy 150th Birthday! I deem it an honorto serve as your treasurer.

DONALD

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Treasurer

RASMUSSEN


To the Directors of Delta Upsilon Fraternity In our opinion, the accompanying statement of financial position and the related statements of revenues and expenses and changes in fund balances, of changes in financial position and of functional expenses present fairly the financial position of Delta Upsilon Fraternity at June 30, 1984 and 1983 and the results of its operations, changes in its financial position and its functional expenses for the years then ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. Our examinations of these statements were made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. Price Waterhouse Indianapolis, Indiana July 13, 1984 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION JUNE 30, 1984 and 1983

General funds: Assets: Cash (induding temporary cash investments of $47,573 and $40,495 in 1984 and 1983, respectively) Investment income receivable Chapter supplies, at cost Notes and other receivables from chapters, less allowance for uncollectibility of $13,885 Note receivable from sale of Kent State Property Other assets Property and equipment: Land and land improvements Headquarters building and improvements Office equipment Less: accumulated depreciation Net property and equipment Total assets

1984

88,353 23,846 37,690

Liabilities: Accounts payable. and accrued expenses Equipment lease obligation Due to permanent trust fund Funds held for inactiv.e chapter (Note 6) Contingent liabilities (Note 7) Total liabilities Net general fund assets Permanent trust fund: Assets: Cash Investments in marketable securities (Note 2) Due from general fund Total assets Liabilities: . Due to banks Net permanent fund assets Total net assets

1983

$

65,754 23,465 47,504

223,653 45,320 12,667

273,338 45,887 27,085

35,873 174,902 124,985 (151,510) 184,250 615,779

35,362 174,902 98,038 (138,2lI) 170,091 653,124

32,195 20,161 30,000 49,748

36,846 30,000 45,794

132,104 483,675

~

949,980

107 915,419

540,484

~ ~ 979,980

945,526

~ 978,281 $1,461,956

resenting balances for: 6Ed~~:::~~afuf~~d

945,526 $1,486,010

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$ 414,628 $ 460,160 (251,911) (165,634) 320,958 245,958 540,484 483,675 945,526 978,281 $1,461,956 $1,486,010

Chapter, loan fund Total general funds Permanent trust fund Total funds

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1984 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1983 General Funds Cash was provided by: Excess of expenses over revenues Items that do not affect cash in the period:

r~~~~)if~s:~~ ~~l:eciation of investments Decrease (increase) in receivables Decrease in chapter supplies Increase in funds held for inactive chapter (Decrease) increase in accounts payable and accrued expenses Other

Proc~:J~ f:~~i~h~ ~rleo~frations investments Increase in lease obligation Total cash provided Cash was used for: Purchases of investments Purchases of fixed assets Total cash used Increase (decrease) in cash

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. Permanent Trust Fund

Total all funds 1984 1983 .

$ 32,755

$ (24,054) 14,449

11,533

(32,755)

(32,755)

10,030

49,923

49,923

(3,318)

9,814

9,814

5,257

3,954

3,954

3,764

$(56,809) 14,449

(4,651)

(4,651)

~

$ (32,926)

9,852

~ ~

31,046 377,925

20,161 51,207

377,925

28,608 28,608 $ 22,599

379,731 $(1,806)

379,731

31,046

5,657

377,925 ~ 429,132

215,533.

379,731 28,608 408,339 $ 20,793

207,400 16,518 223,918 $ (8,385)

209,876

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 1984 AND 1983 NOTE I CIES: -

FUND OBJECTIVES AND ACCOUNTING POLI-

Delta Upsilon Fraternity ("Fraternity") is an international college fraternity with headquarters located in Indianapolis, Indiana. At June 30, 1984, it has 85 undergraduate chapters located throughout the United States and in Canada. Each chapter is a separate corporate entity having its own bylaws and thus their financial position and revenues and expenses are not consolidated in the accompanying financial statements of the international fraternity. The various funds, maintained in accordance with their objectives as determined by the provisions of the Fraternity constitution and bylaws, are as follows: Operating Fund - Accounts for income and expense from the general operations of the Fraternity. Educational Fund - The Delta Upsilon Educational Fund is a separate fund used exclusively for educational programs, purposes and activities of the Fraternity. All gross income, except "exempt function income" as defined by the Internal Revenue Code, is accounted for in this fund . Chapter Loan Fund - Accounts for funds available for loans to various chapters. Permanent Trust Fund - The permanent trust fund balance represents an investment portfolio primarily composed of stocks, bonds, and demand notes. Investment income accrues to the Educational Fund. Gain or loss on the sale of securities accrues to the Permanent Trust Fund.

The accounting records of the Fraternity are maintained on the accrual basis in accordance with accounting principles for not-forprofit organizations. The following is a summary of the more significant accounting policies: Pledge, initiation and inembership fees - Pledge, initiation and membership fee income are recognized when paid by the chapter. Marketable securities - Marketable equity securities are recorded at the lower of cost or market. Marketable debt securities, which the fraternity intends to hold until maturity, are recorded at cost which approximates amortized cost. Property and equipment - Properties owned by the Fraternity are stated at cost and depreciated using the straight-line method over . their estimated useful lives as follows: Headquarters building and improvements generally 40 years Land improvements 20 years Office equipment 10 years Interest and dividend income - Interest and dividend income on marketable securities is recognized when earned. Interest income on notes receivable from chapters is recognized when received. Alumni support - Contributions from alumni are recognized when received . Income taxes - The Fraternity is organized as a not-for-profit corporation and has obtained exemption from federal and Indiana income taxes under Section 50 I (c)(7) ofthe Internal Revenue Code, except for nonmembership income as more fully discussed below. Accordingly, no provision is made for federal or Indiana income taxes. All nonmembership income, primarily investment income, is subject to federal income tax, except to the extent such income is utilized for the tax exempt purposes of the Fraternity.

NOTE 2 -

MARKETABLE SECURITIES: -

The cost and market value of marketable securities held in the Permanent Trust Fund atJune 30,1984 and 1983 are as follows: 1984 Market Cost Demand notes $196,000 $196,000 Common stocks 287,088 336,812 Bonds and debentures 466,892 287,798 $949,980

$820,610

1983 Market Cost $102,000 $102,000 516,484 296,527 516,892

375,798

$915,419

$994,282

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Investment transactions are made from time to time based on the advice of the Fraternity's investment committee and its advisors. Based on a study by the Fraternity of their anticipated cash requirements, the Fraternity believes it will be able to hold the marketable bonds and debentures until maturity by meeting cash requirements through the operations of the Fraternity and use of other marketable securities. NOTE 3 -

Fiscal 1985 1986 1987 1988 Total minimum lease payments

NOTES RECEIVABLE FROM CHAPTERS:

Amount representing interest Present value of net minimum lease payments

Certain notes receivable from chapters in the amount of$244,500 bear interest at 5% to 13% per year and are due in varying installments through 1995 although payment dates on certain notes have been extended by the chapter loan committee. A majority of the notes are fully or partially secured by mortgages on chapter properties. NOTE 4 -

NOTE 6 -

Operating Leases $ 9,115 2,279

$11,394

8,919 $20,161

FUNDS HELD FOR INACTIVE CHAPTER:

In fiscal 1981, Delta Upsilon Fraternity sold the Kent State chapter house which the Fraternity had been deeded upon suspension of that chapter. The buyer financed the purchas.e with the Fraternity in the form of a promissory note and second mortgage bearing interest at 9%, for eight years or less, with payments based upon a twentyfive year amortization. If the Kent State chapter is reestablished before 1990, it is the inteIjtion of the Fraternity to remit an amount equal to the net proceeds from the sale to the chapter.

PENSION TRUST:

The Fraternity has a qualified, contributory, insured pension trust covering eligible employees as set forth in the plan. Pension expense for the years 1984 and 1983 was $9,313 and $7,779, respectively. NOTE 5 -

Capital Leases $ 6,687 6,687 6,687 9,019 29,080

LEASES:

Delta Upsilon leases office equipment under both capital and operating leases with 5-year terms. The capital lease agreement includes renewal or purchase options at the end of the lease term. Future minimum lease payments remaining under these equipment leases at June 30, 1984 are as follows:

NOTE 7 -

CONTINGENT LIABILITIES:

The Fraternity has guaranteed certain liabilities for two of its chapters. At June 30, 1984 guarantees were outstanding on approximately $44,000 of such liabilities.

STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,1984 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1983 Chapter Revenues: Pled~ and initiation fees Mem ership fees Installation and new chapter fees Alumni support Investment mcome from permanent trust fund investments Net realized gain (loss) on sale of securities Interest income from chapter loans Grant received from Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Chapter merchandise & supplies Other Total revenues EXlenses: hapter services Alumni services General administrative Quarterly magazine Alumni support Convention, conference and assemblies Committees, officers and directors Total expenses Excess of revenues over expenses Fund balances, beginning of year 楼:~da~~~:fe~in (loss) on marketable equity securities

Operating

Educational

Loan

Permanent Trust

Fund

Fund

Fund

Fund

$279,969 57,375 16,050 129,375

$

32,755

$ 279,969 57,375 16,050 129,375 63,730 32,755 25,589 13,683 27,831 ~ 662,728

32,755 945,526

215,276 81,168 155,735 86,053 68,387 62,479 ~ 686,782 (24,054) 1,486,010

$

63,730 32,755 25,589 13,683 27,831 ~ 525,512

Fund balances, end of year

~ 104,461

183,393 58,440 109,014 63,679 68,387 4,290 ~ 496,044 29,468 460,160

58,189 ~ 190,738 (86,277) (165,634)

245,958

(75,000) $414,628

$(251,911)

75,000 $320,958 .

Total all funds

31,883 22,728 46,721 22,374

$ 301,758 24,738 106,150 62,000 (10,030) 26,394 9,872 32,285

~ 564,538

192,004 71,855 145,879 76,629 52,563 48,676 9,858 597,464 (32,926) 1,487,185路 31,751 $1,486,010

$978,281

STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES YEAR ENDED JUNE 3D, 1984 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1983

Chapter Salaries: Executive and field staff Office Pension Payroll taxes

I;a~fla~X:=~~~: TeYephone and utilities Postage and express Printing, artwork,

B~rct~~ ~~cd

grounds maintenance Membership certificates, badges, manuals, etc. Insurance Data processing services addressing and programming Office supplies

services

Alumni services

$ 55,624 40,568 2,969 7,117 50,701

$16,460 29,688 3,589 3,276 15,600

11,330. 14,581

1,619 4,860

2,030

20,756 5,874

2,350

3,726

3,726

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$

Quarterly

Alumni

magazine

~

1,620 28,425 1,440 2,332 11,700 11,311 3,237 4,860

$ 3,240 7,826 365 787

$ 3,240 7,730 365 764

14,514

6,431

1,218

58,734

49,465

Convention, Committees, conference officers and and directors assemblies

$ 3,416 8,958 585 997 45,139

$

17,684

2,797

215,276

81,168

June 3D, 1984

1983

$ 83,600 123,195 9,313 15,273 140,824 11,311 16,186 45,246

$ 74,912 108,866 7,779 13,515 110,458 11,919 13,451 38,794

114,244

93 ,805

18,996

22,328

9,791

20,756 19,581

22,640 18,081

7,452 8,696 37,660

5,690 9,046 34,647

672,333

585,931

14,449 $686,782

11,533 $597,464

141 ,286 14,449 $155)35

October, 1984

Total expenses year ended

18,996 587

392

587

8,696 37,660

Other Total expenses before depreciation Depreciation - building and equipment Total expenses

Ge'neral adminis路 trative

86,053

68,387

62,479

17,684

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Rosenthal serves as the Province IV Governor.

CD G[J GNewsmakers

Sheldon M. Chumir, Alberta '63, has announced the relocation of S. M. Chumir Oil & Gas LTD. to new premises on 3rd Avenue SW in Calgary, Alberta. Philip W. Dinsmore, Arizona '65, has been elected secretary of the American Institute of Architects. He is completing his third year as national director on the Board representing the Western Mountain Region, and is vice chairman of the membership services commission.

Temporaries, Inc. has announced 路 the promotion of D. Geoffrey John, Arizona '62, to senior vice president of the temporary help company. He will be responsible for their regional sales offices, the training department and all marketing programs for both the office services and medical . divisions. David A. Venard, Bradley '77, is now Vice President, Finance, the Parkway Bank & Trust Company and First State Bank of Chicago. He also serves as Assistant Treasurer for the International Fraternity. ~eil R. Bernstein, Carnegie ~58, has been elected' vice president of the Trustees of the Baltimore City College Scholarship Funds, Inc. , Bernstein also serves as Scholarships and Awards Chairman of the Alumni Association of the Baltimore City College, established in 1839, and the third oldest public high school in the United States.

E. Wayne Edmunds, Colgate '67, has been appointed by MolecuWire Corporation as their president and CEO. Edmunds joined the ,c orporation in 1981 as manager of sales and marketing, and has oyer a decade of experience in the

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R&D and marketing of specialty alloys. Raymond O. Clutter, DePauw '39, was awarded an alumni citation by his alma mater, DePauw University, during annual alumni day luncheon activities. The citation was in recognition of career achiev'::ment and service which refl~ct honor on DePauw. A. Thomas Colten, DePauw '47, has been named Governmental Affairs Director for the Louisiana Chemical Association headquartered in Baton Rouge. He assumed his new post April 9 after serving four years as Undersecretary for the State Department of Transportation and Development. John B; Parks, DePauw '63, previously the Director of Financial Planning and Reporting at Eli Lilly, is now Controller, Lilly Research Laboratories, Eli Lilly and Company. Wiliiam A. Pokorny, Jr., Florida '76, was recently promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy. He has spent the last eight years flying Navy Carrier, based fighter aircraft and as an Adversary Instructor Pilot. He will soon be accepting a new position as the Assistant Navigator of the Navy's newest nuclear powered aircraft carrier, the U. S. S. Carl Vinson, CVN-70. Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73, received the 1983 Alumnus of the Year Award given by the undergraduate chapter of Florida. His long-time devotion, support and guidance to the Florida Chapter has been a pillar in the chapter's succesS' and existence. Brother

Leslie T. Welsh, Illinois '44, has been named winner of the 1984 Horatio Alger Award by the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. The award is presented annually to the ten outstanding individuals whose lives best exemplify the merits of America's free enterprise system and whose early struggles and ultimate professional achievements typify the 19th-century author's "Horatio Alger heroes." The presentation was made May 18 in Los Angeles.

E. W. Edmunds

L. T. Welsh

Former president and chief operating officer for KellerCrescent Co., Alan B. Graf,Indiana '51, now serves as president of the Marketing Services/Commercial Printing Group of American Standard Inc., Keller Crescent's parent company. George R. Lambert, Indiana '55, senior vice president, secretary and general counsel of Life Investors Inc. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was elected president-elect of the Association of Life Insurance Counsel at its 122nd annual meeting in White Sulphur Springs, West VirgInla. Dr. Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52, former Assistant Dean of Students, Indiana University, is now Assistant Dean for Development, Indiana University, Bloomington. He also serves as a Trustee for the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation.

Recently announced by Florida State University as a new member for its Athletic Hall of Fame is Dr. Don A. Veller, Indiana '35, Professor Emeritus and former football

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vice. He received his MBA from the University of Texas at EI Paso in December 1983.

and golf coach,at Florida State. Veller was inducted into the Indiana Coaches Football Hall of Fame in 1979.

A. E. 'Itittle, Jr. , . M. E. Brown

G. R. Lambert

G. Christopher

George C. Christopher, II, Kansas '52, executive vice president of George C. Christopher & Son, Inc., Wichita, has been elected to the executive committee of the board of directors of the American Institute of Steel Construction. He has been a member of the AISC Board of Directors since 1975, serving as a member of the committee 011 marketing and promotion since 1968 and chairing that committee from 1977-1982. Matthew D. Keenan, Kansas '81, participated in this year's national moot court competition, and with other members from the University of Kansas School of Law won the com petition: Prize presentation was made by U. S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Albert E. Rittle, Jr., Louisville '68, vice president sales and marketing of Butler Store Equipment Inc., Louisville, was elected vice president of the manufacturers division of Wholesale Stationers' Association. He had previously served on the board of directors of WSA and as chairman of the manufacturers' committee. The Board of Directors of the United Way/Centraide, Sudbury and District, elected Morry E. Brown, Manitoba '74, as president. Represented are 20 agencies that provide health and human care services to residents in the Sudbury District. Brown has been active with the organization since 1980, and has served as chairman of the United Way Agency Review Committee since 1981. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Robert N. Freedman, Miami '70, has received the United States Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding meritorious service as the program manager's in-plant representative, Naval Military Personnel Command, Sea Duty Component, CONUS Detachment. He has just attained the rank of Commander, USN, and serves as the Aeronautical Engineering Duty Officers' Career Management Officer.

R. N. Freedman

W. M. Duff, II

Robert D. Gusaas, North Dakota '84, marketing representative for Xerox, has moved to Fargo, taking over the Xerox office there and marketing their line of copiers, memorywriters and word processors. He served as the undergraduate director during the 1983-'84 term. Raymond E. Willemain, N orthwestern '48, Director of Alumni Relations at Northwestern University, received the CASE 5 1983 Distinguished Service Award. This award recognizes individual CASE 5 members for professional competence and significant contributions to district affairs. Wille main is the fourth recipient of the district's highest honor. Howard S. Stanfield, Oklahoma '62, has been appointed assistant to the president of W. Silver, Inc. of EI Paso, Texas. He retired from the U. S. Army after 21 years of ser-

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John P. McKay, Oklahoma State '79, since May 1984 has been wor~颅 ing on the staff at AT&T Communications Headquarters, International Division, as SupervisorInternational Marketing, in Morris Plains, New Jersey. Mark C. Frandsen, Oregon '70, has joined Sierra On-Line as marketing director, productivity products. He will oversee the development and marketing of home productivity software. Frandsen was previously director of marketing at David & Sons Inc., a subsidiary of Sunmark, Inc. from 1981 to 1983. Edward T. Borer, Pennsylvania '60, has been elected president of

Hopper Soliday & Co., Inc., a Philadelphia-based investment firm. He is also chairman of the board of EnergyNorth, Inc., New Hampshire's largest natural gas utility. Borer serves on several boards including those of the two aforementioned firms and their various subsidiaries, and is active in industry associations.

William Morris Duff, II, Pennsylvania State '57, was named Alumnus of the Year at Milton Hershey School in June. His portrait in oil will now be featured in one of the exhibits in the viSItors' reception area of Founders Hall and eventually have a permanent place in the Hall of Fame Corridor of the Hall. Duff is president and general partner of Kessel/Duff Construction Corporation, Essex Junction, Vermont. Willard Bernadin, Purdue '65, President and CEO of Perpetual Insurance Services, Inc., has been elected president of the Metropolitan Washington Association of Independent Insurance Agents, Washington, D. C. He also acts as a management copsultant for insurance agencies and companies needing help in internal organization, financial planning and sales direction. Peter Ueberroth, San Jose '59, president of the Los Angeles Olym71


路~1il~ GJ) G[J GNewsmakers pic Organizing Committee (LAOOC) will take over as C~m颅 missioner of Baseball replacmg Bowie Kuhn. Ueberroth will assume the new responsibilities after the Olympic Games are completed. Michael J. Garry, South Dakota '81 has been transferred to Fort H;od, Texas, as Army Emergency Relief (AER) Officer. AER provides emergency financial relief assistance to soldiers and their families in the U.S. Army and helps the Army help its own. The FO.rt Hood AER section is the largest III the U.S . . Douglas D.Jehl, Stanford '84, has been named a Rhodes scholar, one of education's most prestigious awards, and will study philosophy, politics and economics at Oxfo:d University in England. Jehl, a hIStory major at Stanford , plans a career in journalism, a decision he said he made in the 10th or 11 th grade.

D. D. Jehl

A. J. Weber, Jr.

President and CEO of Doyle Dane Bernbach International Inc., Neil R. Austrian, Swarthmore'61, has been appointed by Showtime/ The Movie Channel to the newly created posts of chairman and chief executive. He was a partner in a venture capital organization before joining Doyle Dane (an advertising agency) and before that, an investment banker. Mark A. Jacks, Texas '78, newly named manager of materials and

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chemical distribution for IBM's General Technology Division in Austin, has been selected an Outstanding Young Man in America for 1983.

Gomment on GFraternity by Wilford A. Butler, CAE

Andrew J. Weber,Jr., Texas/Wisconsin '77, national sales l1).anager for Vance Publishing Corporation, has been promoted to associate publisher. Vance Publishing has offices in Chicago, Kansas City and New York, and is the 13th largest trade publishing company in the U. S.

C. W. Trammell

J. L. McGehee

President of Home Savings and Loan Association of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, since September 1983, is Clark W. Trammell, Wichita '68. He serves on the Board of Directors ~f Children's Tomorrow House Inc. and is involved with Lifeline, a volunteer group working with parents of cardiac children. Kiwanis International has announced the retirement of John L. McGehee, Wisconsin '38, after nearly 30 years, the longest term of employment of any management staff member. For most of his career with Kiwanis, he served as director of public relations. Among his many duties was that of curator of the Kiwanis International archives, a collection of historic items.

Be a Distinguished Anniversary Participant with your Alumni Support.

It Is My Job! Recently, in the midst of an extended fraternity business trip, I stopped at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare near the bustling Chicago airport. Checking in, I noted that almost every employee had a large green button reading "It IsMyJob." I asked about the buttons, and found that they were part of the genius of the general manager, Willard EiderOrley, Syracuse '67. A little bit of additional sleuthing led me to find Sales Director, Frank Calaguire, Cornell '73, in the same hotel and the opportunity to meet our brother, Bill, the general manager. Just as I had guessed, the buttons were a means of calling the attention of all of the hotel staff to the importance of doing anything required to make the guest's stay a pleasant one, and to help one another make the hotel operate at a high standard of efficiency through sharing. During my stay, the doorman was noticed picking up small bits of paper between sweepings of the entrance, and there were a dozen other examples. I'd like to offer each DU alumnus one of these buttons to apply to your own fraternity experience.

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When we were initiated we promised to be loyal to the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, and to our chapter ... doing everything honorable to promote their best interests. The annual alumni support appeal is underway. We hope that you will consider that the strength of your fraternity is part of your responsibility as a member, and that you will write the most generous check you can for the appeal, clipping and returning the donor blank below. And, write a check for your chap- . ter too, to complete your Delta Upsilon financial support responsibilities. If you'd like to volunteer to help in another way, let us know that as well. We need to add more people to the talent bank. Just remember, it is your job too if we are to have a strong and vital fraternity. Fraternally yours,

Two unique expressions of our thanks have been created exclusively for contributors to the President's Club and for those who increase their gift by $25.00 this year. President's Club members in the $250, $150 and $100 categories will receive this handsome genuine cowhide and highly polished brass luggage tag with the President's Club emblem etched in blue. Smartly hidden behind the brass is an acetate window which reveals your personal identification card. Use for luggage, attache case or keys. For any DU donor who increases his gift by $25.00 this year we will present this Zippo brushed chrome keyring with detachable ring. Etched with the Delta Upsilon coat of arms in blue, it carries a lifetime guarantee from the maker.

Wilford A. Butler, CAE Executive Director

Your check now helps us keep the momentum going and keeps Delta Upsilon a strong fraternity leader. JOIN THE HONOR ROLL TODAY

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Final Top Ten 1983-'84 Listed below are the final top Ten Chapters ranked in order by number of givers to the alumni support program. Once again Purdue leads the list, and you will notice there is only a separation of 12 givers between numbers three and ten. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Purdue-149 Illinois-119 Kansas-l02 Miami-98 Wisconsin-97 Missouri-96 Rutgers-95 Iowa State-94 Indiana-91 C~)IJnell-90

Walter J. Rekstis , Jr., Syracuse '38 Charles W. Shanks, Jr., Florida '67 John M. Sharp, Oklahoma '63 Walter V. Shearer, Miami '25 William R. Shepherd, Jr., Oregon '55 Thomas E. Shultz, Rutgers '61 Arthur R. Steiger, Jr., Purdue '48 Robert H. Tapp, Pennsylvania State '39 Mark A. Watson, Oregon '69 John G. Weir, Toronto '43 Sewell T. Wilson , Jr., Kansas '48

The Samuel S. Hall Circle Gifts of $150 to $199 William W. Boyd, Northwestern '48 Walter B. Clarke, Purdue '39 H. Kevin DeOrnellas, Baylor '79 Erwin H . Hansen, Nebraska '30 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue '47

The J. Arthur Clark Circle Gifts of $250 to $299

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COLORADO STATE-9 Barber, R. '72e

President's Club - $100 Golden Delta Club - $50 Silver Delta Club - $25 Double Donor for 1983-'84 Number of consecutive years of giving

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ARIZONA-IO • Clikeman, P. '63 (3)e + Johnson, E. '62 (5) '" Stoesser, G. '63e

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COLORAD0-23 Breitinger, F. Jr. '76 * Duhnam, K. lr. '62 (5)e * Gaddis, L. '6g (5)e • Gatewood, R. '62 (2)e Schonberger, S. '75

• ,"Vade, S. '71e

ALBERTA-26 Hebb, C. '62 (9) ' . Hill, B . .'58 (6) Miller, f. '35

Lawrence Angst, Western Reserve '45 Frank H. Beinhauer, Illinois '28 G. H. Blumenauer, British Columbia '45 John J. Bricker, Western Reserve '35 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 Owen P. Churchill, Stanford ' 19 Frank M. Coon, Michigan State '6 1 David R. Eagleson, Miami '44 Mark Falb, Iowa '69 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '28 David A. Heagerty, San Jose '50 Corwin H . Hinton, Illinois '29 Frank E. McKee, Jr., Pennsylvania '52 Robert H. McNulty, Washington '6 1 Patrick W . Peters, Missouri '77 William M . Poston, North Carolina '71

COLGATE-61 • Becker, N. Ir. '56 (5)e Berry, G. '1'6 * Bolles, C. '29 (8)e * Donaldson, J. I r. '45. Freeman, vI. '!)9 * Kelle y, T . '52 (3)e • McMa hon, E. '71e * Neumann, C. '49. • Walton, E. '34 (14)e

+ Gargan, S. '83 + losep h, A. '83

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The George F. Andrews Circle Gifts of $100 to $149

COLBY-II • Lightbody, C. '47 (8)e + Rlioda, L. '34 (5) + Salmon, P. '53

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Alan B. Graf, Indiana '51

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The President's Club me mbe rship increased by 25% over the prior year for the year ending June 30,1984, with 462 members giving at the $100-or-above level. Listed below are just those members who gave between the dates of the preparation of the April Quarterly listing and the end of the fiscal year, all other names were listed in the April magazine.

'" Hannon; C. 'S3. + McCann , W. '69 (4) Powell, B. '82 • Schaad 'd' '81 (2)e + Sterns, . '73 (4)

ARKANSAS-I7 • Crane, E. '76 (5) • Eddins,:W. 181 (3)e + Magie, !'.j. '78 (6) + Russell, D. '76 (4) • Satterfield, K. '83e ARLINGTON-I 6 • Harms, S. '81 (2) BAYLOR-3 * DeOrnellas, H. '79 Rice, D. '83.

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BOWLING GREEN-27 • Blum, L. '51 (2)e • Carstensen, J. '50 (3)e • Davis, R. '52 (2) , • Hanrahan, R. '56 (5)e • Lathan, S. '77 • Molnar, A. Jr. '81 (3)e • Schaffer, C. ·'73 (4)·

BROWN-24

+ Shanley, R. '56 (2) Taylor, J. '25 BUCKNELL-24 • Major, W. Jr. '67 (4)e + Torrey, W. '75 (8) CALIFORNIA-49 • Bach, K. '81e • Davidson, J. jr. '48 (4)e DeReynier, E. '25 (2) + Gardiner, L. '35 (3) + HolI, E. '52 Johnson , D. '63 + O'Connell, D. '74 (3) " • Reese, R. '51 (6) • Robinson, E. '32 (9)e . Sherman, R. '51 (2) • Wh!te, M. '57 CARN~GIE-62 Beck, R. '42 (4)e

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+ Beilharz, W. '43 (2) Bonacchi. B. '79

+ Buerger, C. '60 (7) + Duffett, R. Jr. '49 (5) + Kennedy, P. '22 • Kerlin, K. '82 (2)e • Markl, T. '70 (2) • McBride, J. '32 (4)e + Nichol, H. '21 (2) • Reid, J. '81 (3)e + Thornquist, A. '29 (3) Wohlsen, F. '36 • Wooldridge, J. Jr. '82e

COLUMBIA-9

+ Chabau, A. '37

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Greenwell, L. '39.

CORNELL-90 • Bartlett, H. Jr. '36 (2)e + Dickhart, W. III '43 + Farrington, W. '43 (2)e + Ferraro, A. '49 (2) Meachem, T. '35 * Peiffer, M. '79 (3)e * Preston, R. ' 19 (4)e * Rothl'ock, G. '54 (2) DARTMOUTH-20

+ Coffin , R. '35 (5)

• Cook, W. '23 (5)e • Watts, H. '50 (13) DENISON-II

+ Boswau, H. '55 (14) Brainard, D. '62 (9) Hayd en, R. Jr. '77 (2-) • Jones, S. '80 (3)e DePAUW-55 • Epperson, C. Jr. '59 (2) + Hunn, W. '59 + Lascher, E. '51 (2) • Wise, B. '36 (8)e FLORIDA-42 + Beasley, J. '66 (2) Boulton, F. '73 • Boyd, I· Jr. '8 1e • Boyd M. '83 * Kennedy, T. '67 Legman, D. '83 (2) * Marinelli, J. Jr. '65 (14) *Shanks, C. Jr. '67

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GEORGIA TECH-14 1'. '71 (2) Hall, R. '62 (3)e

+ Eubanks,

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BRADLEY-38 + Busa, W. '53 (6) • Killelea, H. '59 (6) e + Leonard, J. '76 (8) + Nelson, E. '75 (8) * Sadowski, M. '76 (4)e * Schneider, A. 'S3. + Westphal, W. '69 (5)

CHICAG0-27 * Bray, P. '49 (6) + Evans, S. II'. '47 (6) • Keogh, W. J ... '34 (3)e • Mulcahy,J. II'. '50 • Thomann, D. '39 (14)e

HAMILTON-21 Fivaz, W. '56 • Green, D. '29 (8)e Lam ed, F. Jr. '49 * Wilson, \\'. '58.

BRITISH COLUMBIA-7 * Blumenauer, G. '45 (9)e Collum, J. '49 (2)

CLARKSON-27 + Baker, D. '8 1 (3) '" Duryea,.J. '81.

HOUSTON-9 • Bobo, J. '77 • Magill, J. Jr. '73 (3)e

ILLINOIS-1l9 *Beinhauer, F. '28 * Bercher, W. '38 (8)e Burtzos, F. '77 (7)e + Chessman, H. '37 (3) • Cook, P. '56e + Cooper, B. '80 (2) Delano, J. '37 • Dunham, F. '41 (3) + Genis, J. '44 + Grandone, E. '70 (2) • Harrington, S. '75 (2)e * Hinton, C. '29 (5) * Konen , M . '78. * Lehmann, S. '34 (13) + Magnussen, R. '60 (6) Mead, G. '57 (6) * Stauder, R. '46 (2) e + Tisch, W. '38 (2) INDIANA-91 Armstrong, J. '60 Bartek, S. '83e * CurrY'd' '51 (4) + Elsen, . '75 + Etzler, J. '75 (3) *Graf, A. '51 (4) + Miller, J. '39 + Moss, L. '49 (2) * Pankow. J. '80. Rock, R. '67 (5) * Stover, J. '55 (3)e * Thompson, R. '74 (4)e • Wells, J. '66 * Whitman, D. '75. * Wingham, K. '66 (5) e • Wolff, R. '61 (3) e

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IOWA-68 Benson, C. '41 (8)e • Currie, E. '47 (3) * Falb, M. '69 (3) + Marston, D. '63 • Meester, G. '66 (6)e + Spring, R . '59 (2) + Sunderbruch, A. '67 (3) • Wiegel, K. '78 (6) * WieDen, C. '45 (4)e

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+ Burgess, R. '59

Chance, R. '54 (2) Clark, C. '36 • Cronk,J. '60 (13)e + Hamilton, R. '43 • Hamman, K. '72 (2)e • Hansen, T. '79 (5)e * leffries, J. '78 (2)e + Kinnamon, B. '69 Knudsen, R. '44 * Larew, D. '63. * Malin, D. ' 18 (5)e + Morse, D. '52 (4) * Soos, J. '58 (2) * Williamson, R. '28 (14)e * Wood, R. '51 (3)e + Wood, W. '55 (6) JOHNS HOPKINS-29 * Finston, J. '77. Harris. R. III '66 Peck, H. '37 + Shelton, T. '67 (2) Smith,J. '33 KANSAS-I02 + Berkley, K. '61 (14) • Butler, A. '3 1 (10)e + Davies, S. '73 (5) * Dillon, W. '78 (2) * Hamill, R. '68 (3) + Hinshaw, C. Jr. '54 (14) + Irwin, J. '49 (14) * Johnson, M. '2 1 * Mastin, M. ~r. '5 7 + Metcalf, E. 43 (7) * Morrison, D. '67 (6) + Rockhill, J . '5 1 (5) + Smith, N. '38 (13) + Williams, R. '40 (8) *Wilson, S. Jr. '48 (4) KANSAS STATE-56 + Boelling, G. '58 (7) • Hallman, B. '8 1 (2)e Hawk, T. '68 Johnson D. '75 (7)

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• Jones, C. '77 (2). • McGrana~han, T. '78. • Musil, E. 71 (12). + Reinhardt, N. '69 + Smith, P. '70

+ Mortensen, D. '72 (2) • Ramsay M. ]1'. '50 (3) + Reynolds, [ . ]1'. '76 * Stuart, J. '02 (6) * Thomas, D. '32 (4).

KENT STAT&-21 • Aljancic, T. '68 (5). + Cellone, R. '67 + Farinacci, A. '65 (13) • Francis, G. '26 (8). + Hall, P. '49 (14) • Lange, G. '56. • Marshall, S. '49. • Parsons, D. '64 (9).

MICHIGAN STAT&-42 *Coon, F. '61. * Dhue, R. '68 (3) • Dobberteen, R. '52 (2). + Hawkins, G. '83 • Morrison, R.]I'. '6 1 (2). Ruff, E. '56 * Whitson. C. '52.

LAFAYETT&-43 Albertson, M. '22 (2) + Fordham, K. [I'. '77 • Gerard, L. '34 (3) • . * Harkins. H. '34 Harmstad,]. '39 * Longo, R. '63 (2) + Mackey, E. '42 • Marcellus, H. '46 (4) • Ruhnke, B. '63. Smith, H. '5 1 (6) + Zembron, J. '74 (2) LEHIGH-65 • Alva, C. '77. Baumgartner, C. '67 + Christiansen, R. '56 (4) • Corson, O. '26 (2) + Deemer, W. [I'. '35 (2) • Gabriel, R. '51 (9). • Goebel, R. '43 (2). + Herbert, S. '36 (4) + Hornbaker, D. '26 (8) • Kirkpatrick, J. '29 (7). • Rabold, F. '39 (3). • Reber, R. '41 (7). • Roberts, J. '26 (7) Townsend, W. '45 (2) LOUISVILL&-25 • Barnes, M. '76 (4). • Fisher,]. '67. + Halloran, R. '68 (3) + Mudrick, B. '82 (3) + VonWicklen, F. '22 (14) MARIETTA-40

+ Fenton, W. '44 (2) • Gilar,]. '72. • Tait, W. ]1'. '19 (2) + Thackery,]. '37 (2) MARYLAND-IO • Brodsky, R. '77 (7).

+ KirkJ,atrick, W. '68 (2) + Ren ine, P. '65 (6) + Soellers, C. '66

MIDDLEBURY-51 Buskey, P. '38 (6). Dunham, P. '45 (3) Hanson, A. '31 (2) + Krantz, J. '46 (2). McNamee, F. '50 (8) * Philipson, C. '37 (3) * Pierce, A. '30 (8). o Spin?ey, H. '37 (2).

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MINNESOTA-28 Barclay, '69 (7). Cary, E. 18 (14) * Gerver, P. '80 (4). + Klingman, L. '27 * Pelton, T. '24 (8). * Simons, P. '7S. o Stoehr, C. II '65.

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MISSOURI-96 Brashears, V. III '72 (5). Browne, W. '33 (8) Burridge, R. '46 (2). Denton, R. '33 + Fleck, J. '79 (2) * Glasscock, E. '27 (7) * Hughes, L. [I'. '31 (8). + Moore, B. '63 (2) * Ochs, H.]r. '33 (14). * Peters, P. '77 (2) * Randall, D'Jr. '69 (6). Schmudde, . '70 Yaeger, C. r. '34 (7) Yehlen, P. '72 (8)

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NEBRASKA-60 * Brownell, H. '24 (5) * Dearborn, J. '32 (2) • Dennis, H. '52 (2) + Felber, N. '41 (3) * Hansen, E. '30 (2)

+ ~~bf~, RR.'\lJ9 (2) + Pedley, W. '32 (8)

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Smith, H. '65 (14).

NORTHERN lOW A-3 * Anderson, G. '71. * Anders0I1; S. '79 (3). NORTHEWESTERN-87 Averill, R. III '83 *Boyd, W. '48 (9) • [amra, A. Jr. '44 (8) Kula, L. '82 + Maakestad, R. '47 + McColly, J. '60 (7) + Nelson, J. '63 (14) + Williams, W. '39 (5) OHIO-15 * Dennis, J. '75+ Jump, J. '70 (2) Paxton, E. '68 (2) + Starr, L. '69 (5) OHIO STAT~75 '+ Baker, J. '82 (2) . Belknap, D. '47 • Bushsieb, W. '51 (13) * Heekin, R. '35 (3) + Lillie, R. '45. • Rees, T. '33 (4)e + Spore, W. '39 (8) + Vosbur&h, L. '27 • Zell, E. 69 (5). OKLAHOMA-45 • Brzycki, P. '82 + Coleman, C, '81 + Floyd, B. [I'. '39 (3) + Frymire, C. '79 • [ohnson, J. [I'. '66 (8). * Kurtz, E. '65. • Renfrow, W. '26 (4) * Sharp, [. '63 * Smith, E. '25 (3) + Tacker, [. '63 (4) + Tlucek, W. '58 OKLAHOMA STAT&-16 R. '80. \ Renfro, C. '74 (5)

* Jones,

OREGON-25

+ Allan, J. '53

• Hillar, P. '4 1 (9). Moshofsky, E. '42 *Shepherd W. [r. '55 * Sorenson, D. 171. *Watson, M. '69 OREGON STAT&-41 * Anderson, D. '35 (7). * Brack, H. '73 (3). Down, W. '43 (2) + Heidenreich, P. Jr. '46 + Reed, J. '58 (7) • Ripley, D. '61 (2). * Rosenfeld, E. '42 (8). • Ruegg,' R. '38 + Smith, V. '49 (3) + Vel'milye, H. Jr. '24 (2) W,Itt, R. '20 (2)

+ McNelis, J. '47 Piper, W. '44 (5) • Schwenk, G. '42 (7) * Tapp, R. '39 + Winter, C. '48 (5)

PURDU&-149 + Anderson, T. '28 (4) + Arnold, G. '57 + B1ackhall, R. '46 Brower, P. '2 1 (2) + Bruns, P. '71 (8) + DeMent, D. '76 (5) + Friedersdorf, R. '79 Grosse, R. '64 Guthrie, M. [I'. '45 (5) • Hahn, W. '37 (4). • Hard, T. '49 • Harter, W.; '22 (1'2) + Hendry, W. '44 (7) • Hinkle, B. '73 (4) Hostetter, D. '78 '(6) * Kennelly, J. [I'. '50. Kinzel, E. '2B (2) • Kroehle, T. '53 (14) Loepker, M. '76 . Mac'Bride, E. '34 (6) * Moss, G. '47 (5). + O'Neil, K. '39 (7) • Oyler, R. '39 (14) *Steil'er, A.J ... '48 (14) • While, C. J I'. '77 (6). • Wilson, J. '82.

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Pettit, C. '43 (3) Youngblood, D. '47 (8).

SYRACUS&-73 + Aiman, G. '82 (2) • Bayer, P. '60 (4) + Eckardt, R. '66 (3) + Faigle, '59 • Griswold, . '44 (2) Gunnell, . III '38 + Holland, R. '83 (2) * Kagler, W. '54 (8) * Kinnie, P. '14. Laidlaw, C'ir. '55 * Rekstis, W. I'. '38 (6). + Schlegel, L. '67 (2)

PLATTEVILL&-3 * Nielsen, D. '70 (3)

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• Meier, R. '73 (II).

+ Morford, D. '56 (14) + Pallen, M. '1ge WASHINGTON & LE&-15 + Horine, G. '28 (14) Muller, P. '55 (3) WASHINGTON STAT&-27 + Amos, L. '68 (6) + Bills, J. '74 (2) • Bunting, H. Jr. '50 (2). + Butherus, H. Jr. '36 (10). • Hyslop, V. Jr. '47 Lewis, G. '43 (5) + Lum, H . Jr. '46 * Nelsen, M. '71.

• Tompkins, F. '29 (2).

+ Wilson, T. ' 19

TECHNOLOGY-63

* Hatch, G. '35 (2) * .Jackson, T. '71 (2)

'" Lawson, J. '44_ • Machen, C. '3 1 (14) * Mitchell, J. '78 (2). * Moncavage, M. '82. Pince, A, '82

WESLEYAN-4

+ Bridges, P. '37 (3) + Gibbud, J. '33 WESTERN MICHIGAN-24 Frega, J. '64 (3)

+ Malloch, J . '60

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+ Smith, T. '69 .Wirgau, E.J ... '61

ROCHESTER-25 + Blackmon, C. '30 (2) '" Constamine. S. '71. • Partridge, H. '27. + Phillips, C. Jr. '33 (3) + Walraven, K. '54 • Woods, R. '42 (9).

TEXAS-31 + Hooser, C. '67 (7) • Mitchell, M. '65 (14). • Swenson, M. '75 (3).

WESTERN ONTARI0-26 • Cluff, J. '7 4 (7) + Wilford, W. '54 (2)

TORONTO-I4 '" Beirne, G. '82 *Weir,J . '43

RESERV&-34 **WESTERN Angst, L. '45 Bray, D. '50 (6)

TUFTS-33 + Beckman, C. '63 (3) Mason, S. '34 (3) * Matthews, P. '76 • Torto, N. '52 (2) * Toyias, P. '79 (5). Wilkinson, H. '69 (12)

RUTGERS-95 Beyer, A. '68 (8). III '42 (2) • Gies, R. '40. + Greene, R. '60 (12) + Hewlett, G. '29 (7) • McDowell, A. '34 (14) + allman, F. '23 (2) + Pill, M. '19 (3) Shultz, T. '61 • Sperling, W. III '35 (7). + Strampfer, J. '72 (2) Wiggins, W. '33

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U.C.L.A.-12 + Berbower, F. '28 (7) UNION-31 Bonanno, B. '77 (2)

+ Cassidy, E. J ... '58 + Evans, C. Jr. '62

SAN JOS&-38 • Arena, F. Jr. '51 • Cassidy, J. '58 (2). + Dukes, D. '53 (2) * Heageny, D. '50 If< HeiSinger, H . .'58. + Helmke, S. '63 (3) • Swander'j' '63 (13). + Tormey, . Jr. '57

NORTH CAROLINA-56 Brown. H. Jr. '74 Burnelle, J. Jr. '74. + Byers, W. Jr. '74 (8) • Bosworth, H. IV '52 (2). + Douthwaile. D. '69 * Eagleson, D. '44 (14) + Head, K. '79 (5) SIMPSON-7 • Ehrich, J. '42 (14). Hipp, W. '79 Brackney, B. Jr. '69 (2) • Erion, W. ]1'. '39 (2). + John son, E. '55 (2). + Dunbar, K. '69 (13) Gerspacher, W. '63 (3) PACIFIC-4 + Jones, S. [I'. '63 (7) + Gou ld, r. J ... '60 (2) Pinska, W. '48 • Gillham, [. '33 (6). * Poston, W. '71 (11) Grant, C. '17 + Hall, D. 'SO (3) + Revelle C. III '74 (2) Main, R. '33 (2) * Hathaway, D. '44 (3) • Spruill, G. '76 (5). PENNSYLV ANIA-4 7 • Herr, R. '22 1 homasson, J. '74 * Hershner, F. '4ge * Benford, D. '43. SOUTH DAKOTA-4 [oseph, C. '25 (3) + Evans, H. Jr. '28 (5) + Christiansen, P. '75 (2) • l.ongstreth, E. '23 (5). + Goodwin, B. '53 (5) • Garry, M. '81 (3). • Marshall, C. [I'. '66 (3). Graf, G. [I'. '55 (7) NORTH DAKOTA-ll '" Lambrecht, M . '80• May,]. '47 (f4). + Hadley, W. '54 (2) Grundhauser, R. '83 (2) + Norton, A, '83 • Morgan, W. '51. '" Hamlin, J. '65. * Hanson, {. '79(3). • Pryor, R. '37 (8). * Luckow, . '71 • . *~hnson, A. '39 (3) + Rebholz, M. '41 (2) + ohnston, W. '32 (7) STANFORD-51 • Rychlik, R. '56 (4) * cKee, F. J I'. '52 (2) * Churchill, O. ' 19 (8) * Shearer, W. '25 (3) NORTH DAKOTA STAT&• Emeis, C. '34 (9). + Surplus, S. '8 1 (3) 4 • Griffin, Z. Jr. '60 (4) • Thesken, E. '30 (14). + Jurgens, J. '71 (2) PENNSYLVANIA STAT&- Henderson, F. III '57 (3) + Hurford, D. '73 62 • Bayfield; R. '28. + McRoskey, E. '34 MICHIGAN-66 + Wallace, R. '38 • Eldridge, C. III '60 (8). NORTHERN ILLINOIS-16 • Brooks, R. '42 (14). + Clark, D. '48 • Greenbaum, G. '74 (2) • Gerber, S. '68 (13) Crosby, R. '54 (8) * Lunn, D. '68 (2). • Herlihy,].]r. '50 (3) SWARTHMOR&-25 + McEldowney, K. '75 (3) • Duff, W. II '57 • Hole, W. [I'. '5 1 (7). If< Brunner, G. '83 Hayes, W. '40 Lieblein, Ii.. '54 Moluf, J. '80 Hallowell, R. '27 (2) Jackson, T. '70 (6) + Wilson, t. '76 (3) • Marshall, D. '81. MIAMI-98

+ Blanke, V. '50

+ Leith, C. '81 (3)

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WICHITA-20 + Bonnet, B. III '56 (2) + Edmiston, P. '82. + Hampton, G. '78 * Marsh, J. '77. Trammell, C. II '68 (2)

• Flood, R. 47 (7). + Rost, E. III '50

WILLIAMS-23 + Adsit, W. '30 (5) • Clarke, D. '30 (8).

VIRGINIA-38 • DeMaria, A. '58 (3). '" DiNunzio, ,. '61'" Hastings, C. '42 + King, S. '69 (4) + Young, J. '50 (2)

* Anderson, J. '58 (4) * Bills, H'j'" '57 (6). + Dingee, . '34 * Hablghorst, D. '65 (14)

WASHINGTON-76 Bargreen, H. '66 Duncan, R. '66 (2) + Huffine, S. '29 (4) Marshall, J . '42 (14) *McNulty, R. '61 (3)

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(2)

* Bricker, J. '35 (7) + Cookson, C. '51 (14) '" DeHart, D. '70• Jones, P. '23 (9) + North, J. '34 (13). + Peck, P. '63 (7) + Stetzel berger, P. '23 (3) * Zehner, B. '80 (2).

WISCONSIN-97

Herzer, D. '54

+ Hugunin, A. '67 (3) Martin, P. '50 (2) * McGehee, J. '38 (14). + Murphy, W. '28 • Ryan, H. '39 (4) Seitz, D. '73 Stevens, H. '28 (3). * Wittig, R. '62e

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Left: Chairman R oward Kahlenbeck, JE presented the Sweepstakes Achievement Award to North Dakota as the most outstanding chapter in Delta Upsilon for 1983-'84. President Todd Orchard, Vice President Lowell B olken, Treasurer Paul Keller and former undergraduate director Robert Gusaas accept the award.

Above: Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., director of the Fraternity, presents the Trustees Award for Excellence to the delegates from Iowa State. President Kent Porter and Treasurer Scott Pearson accept the trophy.

Right: Donald C. Rasmussen, Treasurer of Delta Upsilon, presented the Kansas State delegation with the Directors Division Award for Excellence. President Steven Marzullo, Secretary Brian Jordan and Treasurer Kevin Rampl accept for the chapter.

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Right: President Terry L. Bullock presented the North Dakota delegation with the President's Division Award for Excellence. Having won this division for the past three years, the North Dakota Chapter will now keep this trophy.

Above: Newly elected undergraduate director, David R. Spencer, Nebraska '85, congratulates the Florida delegation for winning the Best Chapter Relations Program plaque. John Roberts holds the plaque while President Todd Ergle andJames McGinley take the certificate.

Left: Assistant Treasurer David Venard presents the Best Community Relations Project trophy and certificate to Colorado State. President Donald M cHodgkins accepts the award along with Christopher Davis and David Edmiston. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY â&#x20AC;˘

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Vice President William Greenberg congratulates Syracuse on winning the B est Chapter Publications Award. Chapter President David Goldstein accepts the award while alumnus Tom McMahon and chapter treasurer Ronald Hochman join him.

Vice President F. Thomas McMahon presents Iowa State with the Financial Management Award. Treasurer Scott P em"son accepts the awm"d along with President Kent Porter.

Outgoing undergraduate director Robert Gusaas presents the plaque for the Best Pledge Education Program to the delegation from North Carolina State. William Smith, Secretary, and Bradley Gibson, Assistant Treasurer, accept the awm"d.

Vice President Edwin T. Mosher congratulates the Northwestern delegates for winning the Directors Division Award for Improvement. President Hugh Courtney and Rush Chairman William Thomas accept the award.

Educational Foundation Trustee Herbert Smith accepts a check from Robert Gusaas, outgoing undergraduate director, representing the undergraduate fees directed to the Educa. tional Foundation to help support the work of the Foundation which includes sponsoring the Leadership Conference. Each undergraduate member of the Fraternity contributed $5.00 to the Foundation in the fall of 1983.

Chairman Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., center, and undergraduates admire the plaque presented to the Fraternity by the three astronauts that attended special ceremonies at the 150th anniversary Leadership Conference and Convention. The plaque had pictures from each of their missions as well as patches worn by the astronauts during their shuttle missions.

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AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST

Marriages Bradley '82 - James D. Lane and Miss Meg Kelsey in McHenry, Illinois on May 5, 1984. Carnegie '79 - J. Michael Johnson and Julianne M. Dugan in Wilmington, Delaware on May 19, 1984. Florida '82 - David P. Roy and Miss Marjorie Horner in Kissimmee, Florida on July 21,1984. Illinois '78 - Stephen G. Katsinas and Miss Rene Prentki in. Carbondale, Illinois on May 19, 1984. Lafayette '80 - Donald W. Alabaster and Miss Lucinda Jean Morris in Raleigh, North Carolina on May 12, 1984. North Carolina State '83 - David R. Kornegay and Miss Eugenia Marie Hunt in Greensboro, North Carolina on July 7, 1984. North Dakota State '80-Arlan E. Espeseth and Miss Sherry Schmidt in Lignite, North Dakota on June 30,1984. Tennessee '84 - Will James Pugh, Jr. and Miss Angela Carol Clapp in Knoxville, Tennessee on June 30, 1984.

Births Cornell '73 - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calaguire of Barrington, Illinois, a son, Jordan Michael on April 5, 1984. Florida '76 - LCDR. and Mrs. William A. Pokorny of Lemoore, California, a second son, Douglas Michael on May 1, 1984. Iowa '68 - Mr. and Mrs. William T. Rubin of Brighton, Michigan, a son, Charles Eric on March 12, 1984. Missouri '80 - Dr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Penniston of Tucson, Arizona, a son, Benjamin West on June 9,1984. Purdue '65 - Mr. and Mrs . Willard Bernardin of Potomac, Maryland, a son, Otto on December 18, 1983.

Obituaries BRITISH COLUMBIA Lorne S. Kyle '31 BROWN Ernest W. Bishop '24, Sept. 25, 1983 Orton R. Johnson '28, April 7, 1984 CARNEGIE Raymond J. Doherty '22, May 19, 1984 John A. Hugus '46, April 22, 1984 William E. Shann '34, May 29, 1983 COLBY L. L. Workman '02 DARTMOUTH Harold A. McHenry '25,April 18, 1984 DEPAUW J. Donald Hartline '34 James C. Smith '29, Dec. 30, 1983

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WISCONSIN Cornelius B. Hayes '30 *The Post Office has notified us of the death of these Brothers.

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COMMERCIAL CARPET Bill Bender & Associates, 121 Boren Ave. N ., Seattle, WA 98109. (206) 747-1506. Offices, Hotels, Motels, Restaurants, Fraternity Houses, etc. Mill direct pricing rolls only. Bill Bender, Washington '49. CONSULTANTS Alexander & Associates Co. , Canadian Consultants for Marketing, Manufacturing, Tariffs, Licensing and C.S.A. "Joe" Chatles Alexander, P.E., Iowa State '55, University of Toronto '77, 30 King's Inn Trail, Thornhill, Ontario L3T I T7. . RICHARDSON, RUNDEN & COMPANY, INC. Executive Recruitment Consultants Upper Montclair, New Jersey and Houston, Texas. Member - National Association of Corporate and Professional Recruiters, Inc. David M. Richardson, Clarkson '63.

PHOTOGRAPHERS George A. Blair, Miami '37, Founder and President, Hospital Portrait Service, Box 700, Red Bank, New Jersey (20 I) 741-1123. Installs automatic cameras in newborn nurseries of hospitals throughout the United States, Canada and foreign countries to take pictures of newborns for identification and keepsakes for the parents.

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Celebrate the 150th with the DU Club Near You Phoenix, Arizona .. . ....... .. Contact Charles W. Boyle 11858 Thunderbird Sun City 85351 *Los Angeles, California . . . . ... President Robert S. Wallace 447 Landfair Ave. Los Angeles 90024 San Diego, California ........ President Mark J. Bruce 2506 Community Ave. Montrose 91020 *San Jose, California .. .. ...... President Tedd Wallace 68 Ellenwood Ave. Los Gatos 95030 408-354-9329 *Northern Colorado .......... Contact Jonathan A. Mills BEQ 5132, Room 2114 Dugway, Utah 84022 *Washington, D.C . .. .. .. . .. ... Pres. Robert L. Almond, Jr. 7404'/2 Baltimore Avenue College Park, MD 20740 *Gainesville, Florida . . ..... . . .. Pres. Thomas W. Barnes, Jr. 4000 N .W. 21st Terrace Gainesville 32605 *Orlando, Florida ... . . ... .. . .. Contact Paul E. Rosenthal 918 Candle Berry Road Orlando 32817 *Atlanta, Georgia ............. Pres. George Suther 2868 Wispering Hills Drive Atlanta 30341 404-894-3476 *Chicago, Illinois ... .. ........ Pres. James O . Stoia 7331 W. 16th Street Forest Park 21 3-771-2711 meets Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. Men's Grill, 9th Floor, Wieboldts, 1 N. State Street Chicago *Peoria, Illinois ............... Contact John J. Schad, Jr. 33 E. Cedar, #3E Chicago 60611 *Indianapolis, Indiana ... . ..... Pres. Porter Murphy 7230 Stein meier Dr. Indianapolis 46250 *Davenport, Iowa ..... .. ...... Pres. Henry N. Neuman 2846 E. Pleasant Street Davenport 52803 *Iowa City . ....... ... . . . . .. .. Contact Delta Upsilon 320 Ellis Avenue Iowa City 52240 *Wichita, Kansas ... .... .... . .. Pres. Derrick Carpenter 3840 S. Seneca, #E-27 Wichita 67217 *Louisville, Kentucky ... . . . . .. . Pres. Steve Ishmael 2605 Top Hill Road Louisville 40206 502-897-9509 New Orleans, Louisiana ...... Pres. Carl Bonura 1405 Houma Blvd. Metairie 70001 'l'Boston, Massachusetts ... . .. . .New England Alumni Club Contact Leland J. Adams 44 Griscom Road Sudbury 0]776 Albuquerque, New Mexico . ... Delta Upsilon of New Mexico Contact Mark L. Marshall 600 Arno NE, # 1 Albuquerque 87102 505-765-4441 *East Lansing, Michigan . . .... . President William Savage 2224 Tulane Drive Lansing 48912

*New York, New York ... . .. .. Pres. Harry Laubscher 15 Clark Street Brooklyn 11201 212-437-5816 *Syracuse, New York . . . . . . . ... Secretary Jack F. Sloane 224 Pine Grove St. Syracuse 13210 *Charlotte, North Carolina . ... President Peter H. Gerns 2790 First Union Plaza Charlotte 28282 704-374-1200 *Columbus, Ohio .. .. . . ... .. . .Pres. Ralph D. Dickson 88 E. Broad Street Columbus 43215 Bartlesville, Oklahoma ...... .Pres. John P. Liggett 1319 Oakdale Drive Bartlesville 74003 *Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . ... Pres. James Robinson 400 NW 39th Street Oklahoma City 73118 Tulsa, Oklahoma . . . ..... .... Pres. Joe Fulton 2135 Terwilliger Blvd. Tulsa 74114 Eugene, Oregon . .. . . ... .... . Pres. Paul Price 2948 Game Farm Road Springfield 97477 *Dallas, Texas ..... . . ......... Pres. William Klingman 3108 Bryn Mawr Dallas 75225 Fort Worth, Texas ........... Pres. Sam F. Dick 6100 Meredith Lane Fort Worth 76134 *Houston, Texas .. . ...... ..... Contact Richard E. Ambrose 1918 Revere, Apt. A Houston 77019 *San Antonio, Texas ... . . . . . . .Pres. William L. Brewer 1543 Babcock Rd., Apt. 802 San Antonio 78229 *Seattle, Washington ... .. . . ... Secretary Thomas M. Solberg P.O. Box 161 Olympia 98507 *Spokane, Washington .. . ..... Pres. Bruce A. McEachran S 5110 Dearborn Spokane 99203 *Milwaukee, Wisconsin . . .. . . .. Pres. Charles Munkwitz 757 N. Broadway Milwaukee 53202 meets first Wednesday of month at noon at Milwaukee Athletic Club CANADA *Calgary, Alberta . . ........... Pres. Brian E. Henson 229-39th Avenue, S.W. Calgary T2S OW6 *Vancouver, British Columbia ........ ... Pres. Rick Acton 5775 Toronto Road, Suite 1203 Vancouver V6E IX4 Telephone: 734-4871 Winnipeg, Manitoba ....... . .Pres. Andre Currie 1109-277 Wellington Crescent Winnipeg R3M 3V7 *London, Ontario . . ..... . ..... Pres. C. Ronald Hodgins 692 Algoma Place London N5X ]W6 EUROPE *Delta Upsilon Club of the Netherlands .... . . .. .. .Contact Paul A. Ten Hove de la-Sablonierekade 1 Kampden, The Netherlands (* Asterisk denotes club is chartered.)


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