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Four Delta Upsilon alumni were presented with the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award at a dinner in their honor on Friday, August 23 as part of the Annual Leadership Conference and Convention. Left to right, Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31, retired from a successful career in banking; Paul J. OlscamlJ, Western OntaTio '58, president of Bowling Green State University; Delta Upsilon Fraternity President Ten))L. Bullock who assisted in the award presentations; Phillip R. Sh1"iver, Kent State '44, President Emeritus of Miami University; and J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29, well-known lawyer.

On April 20, 1985 the Texas Tech Chapter was installed at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. The installation team was led by Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue ~46, Treasurer ofDelta Upsilon Fraternity . Other alumni assisting in the installation of the chapte1" and initiation of 50 undergraduates were Cliffm"d H. Keho, Swm"thmore '47; Andrew S. Martin, Oklahoma State '65; Gary C. Poffenbarger, Oklahoma State '72 and Melvin W. Cooper, Texas '65.


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

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Secretary John R. Hammond, DePauw '50 431 E. Hanna Indianapolis, Indiana 46227 Assistant Secretary John W. Cowie, Bradley '74 7220 N. Audubon Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46250 . 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 Texaco 1515 West 22nd Street Oakbrook, Illinois 60521 (1986) Gary.1. Golden, Rutgers '74 2!l00 Algodones, NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112 (1986) H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 16IO Fifth Avenue Moline, Illinois 61265 (1985) Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 14 Hillside Avenue Pt. Washington, New York 11050 (1985) Richard M. Schooley, San jose '86 634 South 11th Street, #3 San jose, California 95112 (1986) Past Presidents Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 Arad Riggs, DePauw '26 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State '18 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. enDings, Marietta '31 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29

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Executive Director Wilford A. Butler, CAE Leadership Consultant R. Scott Johnson Quarterly Editor W. A. Butler, CAE, Western Michigan '61 Assistant Editor Jo Ellen Walden Design Consultant J. L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48 Official Photographer Ed Lacey, Jr. Advertising Representative ParQuil Associates, Ltd. 2175 Lemoine Avenue Ft. Lee, Nj 07024 (20 I) 585路9030 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY, a publication of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, 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. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY (USPS 152-900) is published in January, April, July and October at 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268. The subscription price (checks and money orders should be made payable to Delta Upsilon Fraternity) is $3.00 a year in advance; single copies 751/.. 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. 庐 T. M. Registered U. S. Patent Office.

crhePresidents GReport North America in general, and vestment clubs; seminars to exDelta Upsilon in particular, appear plore human sexuality and femito be on the very threshold of a nism ; aerobics and physical fitness burst of creative energy. A new enjust to name some illustrative extrepreneurial spirit - the "can-do amples. Chapters are also showing attitude" - is catching hold. Never an interest again in building collecin my experience have I witnessed tions of books, art and recorded among undergraduates and young musiC. alumni such an undiluted motivaThere is much alumni can do to tion -to achieve, succeed and conassist and nurture these exciting tribute. In all of the seminars at the new interests of our youngest Delta Upsilon leadership conferbrothers. Guest lectures, career ence this past summer, this new panels, personal and group thirst to learn, to work, and to counseling, donations of books, art accomplish, was most evident. and music collections, renovation In an effort to respond to this of chapter meeting rooms, and exciting new development, in a general moral support and enhelpful and constructive way, the couragement come readily to Fraternity has introduced a new mind. seminar entitled simply the "SucIn the months ahead, many of cess" seminar. The materials for you will be invited to help with this the seminar are collected in a new exciting new project. For those who fraternity publication entitled do not receive a formal invitation, "The DU Man - A Blueprint for please come forward and volunSuccess." In a nutshell, the thesis of teer. I personally believe we are on this new DU program centers the very doorstep of an exciting around the historical notion that new age of leadership and achievethose who have achieved a measure ment in North America. The fuof human greatness have invariture of our two nations and in turn ably been renaissance men - men the rest of the civilized world could wise in history, philosophy, theolowell be enhanced by your contribugy and literature; and yet men who tions to this exsiting new generahave tha~ street smart judgment tion. which can only be acquired from I trust your commitment to the sweat of the marketplace. Renadvancing justice, character deaissance men have classically been velopment, the diffusion of liberal steeped in the finest in music and culture, and true friendship will art and yet equally knowledgeable provide sufficient motivation for in matters of science and comyou all to join us in this wonderful merce. The great achievers of hisopportunity. tory seem to be equally at home on Fraternally yours, the battlefield or boardroom as in the living room or concert hall. The question DU asks its undergraduates and alumni alike in the Success Seminar is simple: Are Delta Upsilon Quarterly such renaissance men born or October 1985 Volume l03-Number 4 made? We believe that they are made, and we believe in the opporPage Table of Contents tunities for developing these traits Convention Award of leadership and excellence in 58 Winners undergraduate chapters are lePresident's Club gion. Accordingly, throughout 60 1984-'85 North America, DU chapters are D U Honor Roll of Givers 63 undertaking new programs, such as: seminars on acquiring study - Financial Report ...... . 70 Report of the Treasurer 72 skills; panels on career selection and job placement; group study of Obituaries . . ......... . 72 comparative world religions; in-

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Left: Board Chairman, Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr ., congratulates the Oklahoma delegation upon winning the Achievement Sweepstakes AWa1'd for the Most Outstanding Chapter for 1985, as presented at the concluding Awards Luncheon of the annual Leadership Conference and Convention.

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Right: The Kansas State Chapter won the Directors' Division Awardf01' Excellence at the 1985 concluding Awards Luncheon, and their delegates were presented the award by Vice Preszdent Edwin Mosher.

Above: President TeTTY L. Bullock pTesented the DePauw delegation with the President's Division AwaTd fOT Chapter Excellence.

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MORE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

The Financial Management Award was won by the Ore. gon State Chapter and presented by H. Karl Huntoon, director and Chairman of the Chapter Loan Fund.

The Delta Upsilon President's Club has grown tremendously since its establishment in 1974 when there were less than 20 members in that year giving $100 or more to the alumni support program. Listed below are the 491 members who had given at that level for the year ending June 30, 1985. For this new year which will end onJune 30,1986 the President's Club is hoping for 500 members giving at the $100 or more level. The January QuaTtel'Zy will carry the first listing of those members for the year. The George F. Andrews Circle Gifts of $100 to $149 Frank F. Abercrombie, Rochester '28 Harold F. Abrams, Colgate '27 Robert J . Ackerman, Nebraska '50 George T. Addington, Stanford '76 Robert H. Adler, Wisconsin '46 E. Daniel Albrecht, Arizona '59 J. Lockwood Albright, Indiana '32 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 Joseph Allen, Jr., Michigan State '60 A. W. Altorfer,Jr., Illinois '43 Clarke Ambrose, Cornell '48 C. B. Anderson , Jr., Indiana '27

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The Iowa State Chapter also won the award for Best Chapter Publications this year which was presented by Gm) J. Golden, director and dean of the Leadership Conference.

Donald B. Anderson, Colgate '39 Walter E. Anderson, Jr., South Carolina '84 William S. Armington, Miami '47 Richard W. Asmussen, Nebraska '52 Kyle G. Bach, California '81 Charles V. Bacon, Jr., Purdue '38 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58 David B. Baird, Jr., Lafayette '59 Thomas E. Baker, Nebraska '81 Douglas D. Ballou, Kansas '75 Hugh N. Barnard, Nebraska '56 Louis D. Bauer, Rutgers '65 Arnold R. Baum, Kansas '81 Richard U. Bayles, Technology '63 Junius V. Beaver, Jr., Louisville '62 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '23 Curtiss L. Beebe, Washington '35 Halden M. Beers, Carnegie '35 Charles S. Biggs III, Pennsylvania '55 George Blair, Miami '37 G. H. Blumenauer, British Columbia '45 George A. Bolas, Michigan '36 William B. Boone, California '35 John O. Booth, Washington State '35 Herbert S. Botsford, California '53 Gilbert T. Bowen, Washington '3 I William W. Boyd, Northwestern '48 John J. Bricker, Western Reserve '35 Raymond G. Bruckman; Miami '49 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State '80 Dale W. Brunken, Oregon '52 Wayne P. Buckmiller, Creighton '71 Benjamin C. Bugbee, Michigan '37 Kerry H. Burg, Washington State '50 Charles J. Burmeister, Nebraska '52 Robert R. Burridge, Missouri '46 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 William W. Caple, Purdue '42 Charles S. Carter, Tennessee '71 William L. Carter, Florida '71 Ray L. Casterline, Northwestern '41

C. E. Cayot, Kansas '25 R. J. Chesrown, Illinois '60 Sheldon M. Chumir, Alberta '63 Brian G. Clark, Toronto '69 James R. Clark, North Carolina '68 Benjamin M. Clifford, Washington State '46 William L. Clymer, Ohio State '35 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie '79 Tom G. Congleton, Northwestern '50 T. H. Conklin, Miami '29 Stephen S. Conway, Purdue '51 Frank M. Coon, Michigan State '61 Mrs. Marsh Corbitt in memory of Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington' 17 Philip A. Corey, Ohio State '48 Lloyd W. Courter, Iowa '57 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Allyn J. Crofts, Jr., Purdue '47 Richard 1. Cross, Carnegie '48 Paul D. Crumrine, Hamilton '71 Daniel J. Cummings, Kansas '79 John C. Cummings, Oregon State '31 Robert H. Damm, Syracuse '58 Homer P. Davidson, Wisconsin '31 Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 Raymond S. Davis, Jr., Michigan '47 J. Leavitt Dearborn, Nebraska '32 Earl E. Deimund II, Missouri '60 Anthony P. DeJulius, Pennsylvania State '56 Willis R. Deming, Ohio State '35 Raymond B. Dhue, Michigan State '68 H. Robert Diercks, Minnesota '35 William R. Dillon, Kansas '78 Robert C. DiRenzo, Wisconsin '50 Herbert J. Dobb, Washington '41 Innes W. Dobbins, Jr., Louisville '30 Charles F. Dugan II, Miami '60 James H. DuMond, Jr., Pacific '66 David R. Eagleson, Miami '44

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Robert D. Earp, Texas '63 Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State '78 George P. Edmonds, Technology '26 Kenneth G. Edwards, Pennsylvania State '71 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri '67 John J. Enders, Washington State '39 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 Douglas B. Eskridge, Missouri '64 Mark Falb, Iowa '69 Chester F. Fee, Kansas '47 James H. Ferry, Jr., Technology '39 James R. Filip, Oklahoma State '63 Thomas S. Filip, Oklahoma '69 James D. Fisher, Louisville '67 Daniel E. Fitzgerald, Purdue '49 Dale M. Flanagan, Kansas '58 Thomas J. Fletcher, Rutgers '75 Howard W. Folsom, Wisconsin '30 Brian K. Franklin, Arkansas '83 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State '70 C. Norman Frees, DePauw '36 Daniel B. Funk, Purdue '61 Ronald Gabel, Purdue '52 Harry J. Garnette, Indiana '60 Marvin L. Gear, Kansas' 17 F . Herbruck Geisler, Brown '29 John W. Gendron, Oregon '40 Irving Gersten, Kent State '61 John M. Gibson, Indiana '42 Lloyd G. Gillette, Alberta '54 Joe Neil Goforth, Jr., North Carolina '66 Robert L. Goforth, San Jose '55 Peter Gogolak, Cornell '64 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 Benjamin A. Goodin, Missouri '39 William R. Gordon, Kansas State '60 John T. Gramley, Pennsylvania State '26 Harold H. Granrud, Oregon State '22 Hugh W. Gray; Nebraska '34 Meryl B. Gray, Miami '36 Richard K. Greene, Rutgers '60 John P. Grumish, Illinois '76 Donald E. Haggen, Washington '53 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78 H. Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '29 Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota '59 John L. Hamilton, Nebraska '79 John R. Hammond, Jr. , DePauw '50 Stephen F. Harbison, Stanford '65 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana '54 H. Vincent Harsha, Iowa '42 Donald E. Hathaway, Miami '44 Jay A. Hathaway, Kansas State '80 Raymond G. Haun, Syracuse '27 C. J. Head, Chicago '52 Richard J. Heekin, Ohio State '35 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue '49 Thomas H. Henkle, V.C.L.A : '50 Robert L. Hickling, Pennsylvania State '36 J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47 Corwin H. Hinton, Illinois '29 R. DeWayne Holman, San Jose '64 John D. Holschuh, Sr., Miami '48 John F. Hotchkiss, Carnegie '28 R. Gregory Houghan, Illinois '72 W . Robert Howell, California '41 L. Stanley Hubbard, Missouri '55 Douglas P. Humes, Pennsylvania State '77 Jerry W. Hutcheson, Iowa '65 Thomas R. Jacobs, Arkansas '77 Charles D. Jacobus, Wisconsin '50 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin '51 Jamille G. Jamra, Northwestern '38 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green '59 Wayne C. Johansson, Georgia Tech '84 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Aldie E. Johnson , Jr., Iowa State '47 Allan R. Johnson, Pennsylvania '39 Marshall M. Johnson , Rutgers '51 Orville E. Johnson , Washington State '39 Clifton C. Jones, Kansas State '77 Paul A. Jones, Northern Illinois '76 William L. Julian, Illinois '29 William G. Kagler, Syracuse '54 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington '59 Robert D. Kayser, California '46 Stewart B. Kelt, California '49 Egerton W. King, Alberta '42 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell '39 Matthew A. Klein , Cornell '71 H . E. Klemp, Kansas '26 Norman S. Knauss, Miami '53 T. Michael Knies, Tennessee '71 Ted E. Knopp, Kansas State '79 J ames H. Knorr, Kansas '31 Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36 Glede R. Kohler, DePauw '51 Gene Koski, New York '43 Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana '55 Frank B. Kreider, Carnegie '38 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska '58

Joseph B. Lamb, Kansas '23 William G. Landess, Kansas '53 Everett Lerwick, Oregon '46 James K. Levorsen, Oklahoma '50 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska '54 Charles R. Longenecker, Pennsylvania State '32 Vernon B. Lussky, Louisville '43 James A. MacMartin, Technology '50 Ian R. MacMillan, Washington '51 Earl L. Marble, Washington State '58 Arthur J. Marion, Michigan '42 Robert J. Martin, Washington '59 David O. Mason, Michigan '57 Ralph L. Mason, Iowa State '33 Raymond E. Mason, Jr., Ohio State '41 Peter F. Matthews, Tufts '76 Robert P. McBain, Michigan State '64 John S. McConnell, DePauw '66 R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 Thomas J. McHale, Northern Illinois '80 Donald C. McInnes, Manitoba '50 Richard M. McKay, Washington '59 Donald L. McKelvey, Missouri '32 Julian E. Mead, Wisconsin '61 Jeff B. Meeker, Florida '65 Gerald L. Meester, Iowa '66 Thomas C. M. Middleton, Lehigh '72 John P. Miller, Rutgers'60 Raymond F. Miller, Purdue '22 W. Howard Miller, Colgate '27 Frank E. Monahan, Jr., Purdue '34 William C. Moodie, Jr., Lehigh '47 Richard A. Moran, Rutgers '72 Edwin T. Mosher, San Jose '52 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue '47 E. L. Moulton, Union '37 George E. Mueller, Jr., Florida '65 Frank A. Murphy, Wisconsin '31

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Adelbert G. Neese, Purdue '36 David S. Nelson, Clarkson '69 J. W. Neuner, Oregon '62 Robert W . Newell, DePauw '34 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 Reginald B. Newman, Northwestern '59 George Nicolau, Michigan '48 Royce W. Nix, Pennsylvania State '48 Keith O. O'B ~ nnon, Nebraska '50 C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '26 Walter J. Okunski, Colgate '58 James W. Osborn, Iowa State '73 James U. Pattee, Michigan State '70 Sidney W. Patterson, Dartmouth & Oklahoma '42 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina '54 Carl N. Pehlke, Purdue '49 Joseph H. Penrose, Jr., Cornell '59 James S. Pepitone, Texas '69 W. Allen Perry, Iowa State '27 W. Patrick Peters, Missouri '77 H. Clayton Peterson, Kansas State '67 Louis A. Pietro, Jr., Western Reserve '50 Neal R. Popham, Purdue '54 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40 William M. Poston, North Carolina '71 Bryant S. Procter, Illinois '44 R. J. Provan, Alberta '71 Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State'18 Alan V. Pugh, North Carolina '73 Robert L. Purcell, Chicago '31 John W. Puth, Lehigh '52 Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46 Walter J. Rekstis, Jr., Syracuse '38 Richard M. Rettstadt, Florida '82 Roland R. Reiche, Northwestern '42 William R. Reusing, Virginia '62 Robert H. Rice, Colgate '34 Wendell L. Richards, Oklahoma State '77 Donald L. Richardson, Washington & Lee '43 Justin M. Ricker, Middlebury '06 Bryan W. Ridley, Western Michigan '69 John A. Riggs, Jr., Missouri '30 Charles W. Roberts, Lehigh '27 Daniel L. Rothrock, Washington State '69 Charles A. Ruedebusch, Wisconsin '67 Edwin Salisbury, Syracuse '40 Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester '56 Winston Scott, Washington '30 James F. Scurria, Pennsylvania State '69 John A. Seitz, Kansas '31 James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 William B. Shepard, Cornell '31 John L. Sherman, San Jose '66 Thomas E. Shultz, Rutgers '61 Joseph N. Shumate, Virginia '28 C. David Siegfried, Houston '79 Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '46 Charles J. Slawson, Kansas '20 John R. Slothower, Nebraska'45 William S. Smeltzer, Syracuse '58 Everet F. Smith, South Carolina '83 Richard E. Smith, San Jose '64 Rodney R. Smith, Cornell '67 Wendell A. Smith, Johns Hopkins '54 David E. Sponsler, Miami '58 Patrick H . Spooner, San Jose '55 J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 Arthur R. Steiger, Jr., Purdue '48 R. V. Stephens, Indiana '61 Rudolph F. Stigberg, New York '25 Paul M. Stowe, Wisconsin '28 George S. Studle, Washington State '57 Robert F. Stuhr, Oregon '41

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Thomas B. Summers, Indiana '5 1 Ronnie L. Svaty, Kansas State '64 Benjamin G. Symon, Missouri '26 Calvin W. Tackett, Jr., Arlington '82 Herbert K. Taylor, Jr. , Swarthmore '27 Mark C. Taylor, Florida '82 Walter N. Thayer, Colgate '31 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa '57 J. Russ Thomas, Ohio State '47 Oscar L. Thomas; Ohio State '26 Walter A. Thurber, Union '33 J. Edward Tippetts, Nebraska '67 Gunard C. Travaglini, Lafayette '72 L. G. Truesdell, Jr. , Minnesota '27 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate '74 Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose '59 L. Russell Ulrich, Washington '40 Harley J. Urbach, Nebraska '33 RobertJ . Valdez, Nebraska '66 Ralph E. Vandervort, Jr. , Oregon State '41 George T. Van Wickie, Rutgers '47 Albert E. Varble, Purdue '50 Anthony Ventresca, Western Reserve '53 Clyde W. VonGrimmenstein, Purdue '49 Jay E. Wagner, Ohio State '45 Sheridan C. Waite, Pennsylvania '16 William E. Walker, Ohio State '54 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma '52 William Wallace III, Union '48 Martin J. Warden, Western Ontario '50 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 William A. Weir, Alberta '54 John M. Welch, Iowa '6 1 J. Ralston Werum, Ohio State '42 Alan L. Weyhrich, Northwestern '58 Michael G. Whatley, Houston '75 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota '50 W. Robert Wilmore, Western Reserve '46 Bradley K. Wolf, Kansas State '80 Michael G. Wood, Cornell '64 Robert C. Wood, Cornell '67 William S. Woods, U.C.L.A. '50 Charles J. Yaeger, Jr., Missouri '61 Harlan S. Yenne, Indiana '16 John B. Young, Iowa State '28 R. Hal Younglove, Creighton '72 Robert S. Youpa, Rutgers '55 James F. Zboyovsky, Pennsylvania State '51 James A. Zurbrigen, Technology '53

The Samuel S. Hall Circle Gifts of $150 to $199 (In honOT of the 150th AnniversaTY of Delta Upsilon, many P"esident's Club members aTe giving at the $150 level this yea,..)

Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 James W. Adams, Bowling Green '64 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64 Thomas W. Anderson, Michigan State '72 Stephen A. Antush, Washington State '83 Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 Harvey Bartle, Jr., Pennsylvania '30

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Walter J. Beadle, Technology '20 Paul J. Bodine, Jr., Northwestern '50 Richard N. Brandenburg, Washington State '55 James G. Brass, Manitoba '73 Peter W. Bridgford, Northwestern '56 Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '6 1 Thomas E. Burgess, Miami '61 Joseph W. Ciatti, Oregon '64 Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 Jack H. Copple, Purdue '36 Ira D. Crews, Sr., Oklahoma State '60 Americo Dean, Jr., Michigan State '60 Leland D. Denard, Arkansas '78 John J. Douglas, Wisconsin '39 John H. Eyler, Jr., Washington '69 Richard F. Fagan, Washington '52 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '35 George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 Terry N. Fiske, Kansas '55 Richard M. Forester, Wisconsin '31 Donald F. Gerald, Jr., Louisiana State '81 R. Bowen Gillespie, Marietta '72 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '28 William R. Grant, Union '49 William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 Erwin H. Hansen, Nebraska '30 Lhoyd T. Hayward, Middlebury '23 Stewart L. Hayward, Oregon '41 Richard D. Hickman, Johns Hopkins '28 J. E. Hoffmeister, Johns Hopkins '20 Joseph F. Hogan, Miami '48 William S. Holden, Washington '30 Jack T. Hunn, Iowa '55 Harry K. Huntoon, Illinois '37 C. Earl Ingalls, Brown '25 O. Kepler Johnson, Jr., Kansas '5 2 Mark S. Jones, Arlington '75 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 James M. Kraebber, Northwestern '58 Eldred D. Kuppinger, Ohio State '33 William H. Lawson, Purdue '50 Brock M. Lutz, Missouri '58 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 Frank C. McGrew, Nebraska '34 L. D. McKinley, Illinois '40 F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 Richard E. McNeill, Jr., North Carolina '74 Donald C. Metz, Purdue '30 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 William P. Morrison, Jr., Oklahoma '36 Donald J. Moulin, California '53 James R. Myers, Ohio State '38 Victor T. Neff, Missouri '66 Herbert H. Nelson, Colorado '59 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 Walter R. Peterson, Washington '22 Charles A. Phillips III, Clarkson '64 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 Henry B. Roth, Union '30 Neal Rudder, Marietta '57 Norman D. Sanders, Ohio '59 F. Wayne Schooley, Iowa State '22 James H. Sergeson, Michigan '59 John S. Shellenberger, Pennsylvania '52 Robert M. Shurtleff, Clarkson '66 Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52 William L. Stover, Carnegie '40 E. James Strates, Syracuse '54 Frank G. Swanson, Alberta '37 H. Allan Thompson, Oklahoma '65

Burton H. Tower, Bowdoin '30 William K. Ulerich, Pennsylvania State '31 Mark A. Watson, Oregon '69 John T. Weisel, Oregon '48 Robert F. Wernet, Purdue '51 Richard A. West, Lafayette '53 James A. Westaway, Toronto '34 Richard F. Williams, Louisville '67 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri '62 Jack J. Yirak, Iowa State '40

The Warren C. DuBois Circle Gifts of $200 to $249

F. Lee Baird, Kansas '58 William N. Banks, Jr., Dartmouth '45 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State '42 Richard Y. Coulton, Miami '54 Alan B. Graf, Indiana '51 Gerald A. Hale, Western Michigan '52 Curtis J. Hoffman, Arlington '79 Phillip E. Hurley, Oklahoma '64 William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 William E. Jouris, Technology '61 Wendell E. Mann, Purdue '48 John C. Mazzei, New York '26 Thomas R. McConchie, Jr., Virginia '51 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Charles E. Nelson, Wisconsin '27 Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 Christopher Saricks, Kansas '70 C. Earl Schooley, Missouri '28 Warren A. Scott, Purdue '48 Charles W. Shanks, Jr., Florida '67 James A. Wiese, Iowa '58 The J. Arthur Clark Circle Gifts of $250 to $299

Huntly G. Chapman, British Columbia '68 David L. Cole, Wilmington '72 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley '63 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Edgar F. Heizer, J r., Northwestern '5 1 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 D. Geoffrey John, Arizona '62 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue '51 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23 David C. McMahan, Texas '65 Brent G. Orcutt, Hamilton '26 Peter A. Tuohy, Washington '53 The Nehemiah Boynton Circle Gifts of $300 to $399

Harry N. Briggs, Missouri '51 Arthur L. Rice, Jr., Illinois '36 Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell '50 Paul C. Steinfurth, Bowling Green & Ohio State '68 The Charles G. Dawes Circle Gifts of $400 to $499

David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 Howard L. McGregor, Jr., Williams '40 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '56 The William H. French Circle Gifts of $500 to $999

Anonymous, Missouri '57 Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54 Ashton M. Tenney, Chicago '43 Clayton B. Weed, Jr., Colgate '44 John G. Weir, Toronto '43

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Purdue - 139 Illinois - 105 Kansas - 103 Wisconsin - 98 Miami- 94 Indiana - 92 Iowa State - 91 Iowa- 86 Missouri - 86 9. Syracuse - 85 10. Rutgers - 83

KEY President's Club - $ 100 Golden Delta Club - $50 Silver Delta Club - $25 + ,- Double Donor for 1984-'85 ( ) Number of consecutive years of giving

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+ Brown, R. '25 Cousins, C. '48 • Curtis, A. '31 (5) Emery, O. Jr. '39 Fernald, C. '40 (5) + Jol)', C. Jr. '46 MacEwan, A. '77 + Makant, J. Jr. '50

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GEORGIA TECH - 21 + Broadwell, I. '84 * Burson, B.1II '65 (4) + Cecil, C. '64 (8) + Dailey, B. '72 + Eubanks, P. '71 (3) + Fariss, D. '59 (9) * Flax, S. '78 (7) + Hall, R. '62 (4) + Haney, M. '79 (5) + Harris, G. '82 *lohansson, W. '84 *Kortemeier. K. '67 • Lawson, C. '64 (14) + Mason, R. '69 + McKeeman, R. '77 (3) • + Monfort, C. Jr. '68 (15) * Mamper, M. '62 (10) + Murray, W. '80 (3) + Phillips, P. '77 + Schepps, E. '81 (3) + Siemens, J. III '75 (2) HAMILTON - 20 • Bradley, D. '28 • Cobourn, A. '63 (2) *Crumrine, P. '71 + Doyle, D. '39 (9) Fivaz, W. '56 (2) + Fletcher, L. '20 (6) Hamilton, D. '24 + Harvey, E. '61 + Kittell, J. '62 Luney, P. Jr. '70 7 McNall, P. '57 *Orcutt, B. '26 (II) Pitarresi, J. '70 (3) *Remmer, H.Jr. '41 Rosenfeld, R. '80 +Sl. John, K. '71 (2) Treadway, M. Jr. '38 + Underwood, r. '41 + Valone, R. '4~ + Wood, R. '65 (2)

HARVARD-9 Adams, A. '32 (10) + Ballard, E. '27 (4) Craig, R. '42 (2) • Dorman, C. '25 * Hanchett, L. '29 (2) • Holder, E. Ir. '31 (6) • Lovett, L. '33 (3) + Lowman. G. '38 + Spang, W. '38 (3) ,I:I0USTON-ll * Altomari'd' '83 * Carr, W. II '76 (2) + Dutcher, D. '73 (10)

* Horton, R. 'SO . *lones, D. '8 1 • * Mahoney, R. '83 (2) + Mertens, N. '73 (2) + Picard, H. '83 + Roznovsky, V. '75 (7) *Siegfried, C. '79 (6) *Whatley, M. '75 (2) ILLINOIS - 105 + Allen, L. Jr. '47 (15) * Altorfer, A. Jr. '43 (4) + Bauer, F. Jr. '39 *Beckman, A . '22 (10) + Bercher, W. '38 (9) * Blankenship, M. '55 (9) + Bluthardt, O. '22 (2) Buchanan, R. '55 (6) + Buist, J. '78 (3) • Bumos, F. '77 (8) + Chapman, A. '69 +Chapman, H . J.r. '37 (3). *Chesrown, R. 69 (5) +Chessman, H. '37 (4) Clements, E. III '71 (9) • Coffel, C. '28 (15) Cokinis, C. '79 Cook,J. '71 + Cooper, B. 'eO (3) Crowley, R. '69 + Dees, D. '55 (3) + Dexter, C. '51

+ Dungan,

D. '84

• Dunnam, F. '41 (4) Elliott, E. '38 • Erikson, C. '43 (2) + Everham, W. '48 + Fadum, R. '35 (6) • Finney, M. Jr. '53 (6) • Ganschow, C. '30 (4) • Gerometla, R. '44 (2) + Giffin, J. '57 + Gimre, C. '29 (2) + Groebe, W. III '70 (4) *Grumish, J. '76 (3) Hall, R. '74 (9) + Hardesty, E. '46 (2) Harris, R. '55 (9) Hennessey, G. '38 Hines, S. :80 (2) * Hinton, C. '29 (6) Holzman, H. '32

+ Hoogheem. T. '75

Hortberg, D. '57 * Hougham, R. '72 (5) Houser, P. '75 (2) + Howard, H. '33 (15) * H unlOon, H. '72 (10) *Huntoon, H. '37 (4) • Jones, A. '33 (4) *Iulian, W. '29 (15) + Katsinas, S. '78 (2) + Kiefus, R. '63 (5) + Kirkpatrick, T. lr. '64 * Kouzomis. S. '6B + Kubes, S. '80 Kurland, T. '80 + Ladd, B. '57 Lewis, T. '16 Lindsey, T. '74 (2) + Ma~nussen, ,R. '60 (7) * Mauc, G. '75 (4) * McKinley, L. '40 (2) + McLees, M. '75 (5) Mead, G. '57 (7) + Mills, G. '71 +Mills,J '59 * Moseuck, F. '56 (3) +Nagel,J. '69 + O'Donnell, J. '82 + Ottoson, W. '60 (5) + Parsons, E. '27 (15) + Patton, W . .Jr. '63 • Pesavento, D. '76 (2) + Peterson, C. '63 (4) • Pizzuto, M. '81 (4) + Plewa, J. '78 (3) * Pollitt, S. '65 (5) *Procter, B.lr. '44 (2) + Quinn, K. '79 *Rice, A. Jr. '36 (10) Rudiger, H. '31 (2) + Rugel, G. '78 (4) + Rynott, T. '79 + Schultz, C. '67 (6) +Shaw, D. '51 (10) + Sheehan, J. '33 • Sherman, O. Jr. '51 (3) • Skarr, P. '83 (2) + Skibbe, W. '73 Smith, R. '50 (2)

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News and Progress Report on

The Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation An Investment in Leadership Second Century Challenge Campaign Completed with Fraternity's 150th Anniversary Year Winding up is the Second Century Challenge Campaign, a special project of the fraternity's 150th anniversary program. Included as special features of the Foundation campaign to add needed funds for programming: -Fifty-seven DUpdate events held in principal locations where there are concentrations of Delta Upsilon alumni; -Showing of the Foundation slide/sound presentation detailing the case and needs of the Foundation for the future; -Face-to-face contact with scores of Delta Upsilon alumni to give them information about the stepped-up Foundation projects; -Opening of the Hall of Honor at the fraternity headquarters to give special recognition to all those who contributed to the success of the Second Century Challenge and who are future donors to the Foundation.

Foundation recognition certificate honoring their participation, by undergraduate members, in the work of the Foundation.

Undergraduate Participation Significant Factor

New Foundation Leadership Elected at April Meeting

Starting in 1981, the Foundation commenced mailing its Monthly Progress Report to every undergraduate chapter president in an attempt to fully inform chapter leaders about the programs, activities and plans of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. Participation in the Foundation/Chapter program began in 1982, with the achievement of the objective of having every undergraduate member participate in 1984. Each chapter receives a

At the April meeting of the trustees of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55, was elected the new chairman of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. Mandel, who chairs the fraternity's investment subcommittee and is a member of the fraternity's board of directors, immediately began to challenge the trustees to make more face-to-face contacts with alumni; and set the example by doing just that within days of his election.

Treasurer Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46, left, presents Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55, Chairman of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, with a check for $16,700 representing donations of 3,340 undergraduates to the Foundation for the 1984- '85 year.

Bringing the message and understanding about the vital and necessary role of the Foundation to members of the Fraternity is obviously a high priority with the new chairman. Elected as a trustee of the Foundation was William Wallace III, Union '48, who is chairman and chief executive officer of Ebasco Services, Inc., and was a recipient of the Fraternity's Distinguished Alumni Medallion at the 150th anniversary leadership conference last year. Continuing as officers of the Foundation are vice-chairman W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27; treasurer David A. Krebs, Miami '80; secretary Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52; and trustees Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58; Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31; Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52;


J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29; O . Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 ; Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18 and Nelson Shaenen, Cornell '50. Wilford A. Butler, CAE, Western Michigan '61, is executive director of the Foundation.

Hall of Honor Grows With Your Gifts The Thorton B. Penfield plaque, reserved for listing undergraduate chapter contributions, honors the first alumnus volunteer field visitor, Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia 1890. Brother Penfield visited Delta Upsilon chapters from 1901 to 1910. In addition to this chapter contributions plaque, there are plaques in each of the major giving categories. Donors to the Educational Foundation Second Century Challenge Fund are listed below according to the various giving societies. THE DELTA UPSILON 1834 SOCIETY Gifts of $100 to $499 Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 in honor of Pennsylvania Chapter Raymond G. Alexander, Ohio State '28 C. B. Anderson, Jr., Indiana '27 in honor of Class of '27 John E. Arford, Indiana '51 John E. Armel, Kansas '49 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58 James N. Baird, Ohio State '34 Jerald K. Bales, Kansas '47 Stanley R. Banas, Purdue '50 in honor of Purdue Chapter Ronald K. Barker, Missouri '68 Scott R. Bayman, Florida '68 in honor of Florida Chapter Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State '42 Patrick D. Bolen, Kansas '58 Kenneth P. Bosch, Carnegie '80 Michael G. Boylan, Bradley '69 Daniel R. Bradley, Carnegie '69 Donald D. Bradley, Hamilton '28 Terry J. Brady, Missouri '62 Craig A. Brass, Bowling Green '81 George E. Brinkerhoff, Stanford '72

Roger F. Broderick, Syracuse '70 Terry L. Bullock, Kansas Stat~ '61 Thomas E. Burgess, Miami '61 Edward R. Bush in honor of *Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65 Craig R. Campbell, North Dakota '76 C. E. Cayot, Kansas '25 Lyle A. Christensen, Minnesota '30 Clyde S. Coffel , Illinois '28, in honor of lilionis Chapter Mrs. Edward L. Coffey in honor of *Edward L. Coffey, Pennsylvania '27 Jerrold L. Colten, Purdue & DePauw '46 Tom G. Congleton, Northwestern '50 Charles R. Coon, Oregon '68 Mrs. Marsh M. Corbitt in honor of *Willis G. Corbitt, Washington '20 Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas '76 Ira D. Crews, Sr., Oklahoma State '60 Marshall L. Crowther, Kansas '59 Leslie F. Dashiell, Miami '52 John A. Delaney, Florida '77 Joseph T. Derry, Pennsylvania '51 Jerry W. Dickson , Kansas '63 Robert C. DiRenzo, Wisconsin '50 Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina '66 William F. Drum, Minnesota '35 Justin G. Duryea, Syracuse '39. David R. Eagleson , Miami '44 George P. Edmonds, Technology '26, in honor of Technology Chapter Ivan Escott, Jr., Indiana '41 Douglas B. Eskridge, Missouri '64 Eugene J. Feldhausen, Missouri '51 John C. Feldkamp, Michigan, '61 Thomas W. Foote, Purdue '50, in honor of *Leonard W. Foote, Western Reserve '18 and *Lee N. Grunder, Western Reserve '20 Richard M. Forester, Wisconsin '31, in honor of Wisconsin Chapter Class of 1931 Robert H. Forney, Kansas '21, in honor of *Charles M. Sheldon, Brown 1883 Edward L. Forstall, Lehigh '20, in honor of *Charles F. Forstall, Lehigh '23 Fraternity Executives Association

Donald D. Gantz, Missouri '27 John K. Garvey, Kansas '69, in honor of Kansas Class of '69 Steven J. Gerber, Northern Illinois '68 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '27 William N. Godfrey, Miami '58 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 William R. Gordon, Kansas State '60 Harry P. Gough , DePauw '29, in honor of DePauw William R. Grant, Union '49, in honor of Union Chapter Marmaduke V. Grove, Kansas '42 Phillip E. Gutman, Indiana '52, in honor of Homer B. and Thomas B. Summers Richard F. Haitbrink, Kansas '63 Erwin H. Hansen , Nebraska '30 in honor of Nebraska Chapter H. Vincent Harsha, Iowa '42, in honor of Iowa Chapter Charles S. Hastings, Virginia '42 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Robert H. Head , Colgate '26 J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47 J. Gregg Hilger, Bowling Green & Indiana '62, in honor of Bowling Green and Indiana Chapters Walter E. Hoffman, Pennsylvania '28 Troy E. Horine, Kansas State '80 Burton L. Hotaling, Rutgers '34, in honor of *Burton James Hotaling, Rutgers '03 and Rutgers Class of '34 John C. Howe, Rutgers '39 Louis R: Hughes, Jr., Missouri '31, in honor of Dennis A. Hughes, Missouri '61 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin '51 Bruce R. Jarvis, Indiana '65, in honor of *Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65 G. Seely Johnston, Illinois '24 Frank B. Jones, Indiana '46 Frank N. Jones, Missouri '32, in honor of Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Rodney P. Kirsch, North Dakota '78 Kenneth J. Klein, Oregon State '41, in honor of Oregon State Chapter Norman S. Knauss, Miami '53 James H. Knorr, Kansas '31, in honor of Kansas Chapter Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36

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Foundation Incorporator Honored with Distinguished DU Medallion at Leadership Conference Ceremony

J. Pa.ul McNamara: Miami '29, center, incorporator of the Delta Upsilon ' EducatIonal FoundatIOn, received the Distinguished DU Medallion Award from .DU President Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '62, left, and Vice . PresIdent F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52, right. Brother McNamara's distinguished legal career, service to higher education and role as founder of the DU Leadership Conference were honored. Carter H. Kokjer, Nebraska '46 Frederick J . Kroesen, Rutgers '44, in honor of Rutgers Chapter Military Veterans Stanley C. Lagerlof, Minnesota '36 Laird, Norton Foundation Donald B. Leiffer, U.C.L.A. '30 J. L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48 Mrs. Kenneth S. Lewis in honor of *John E. Lewis, Illinois '14; Thomas D. Lewis, Illinois '16; *Kenneth S. Lewis, Illinois '21 ; James M. Lewis, Illinois '23; and *Charles B. Lewis, Illinois '24 Richard A. Lobban, Middlebury '29 George C. Long, Bowling Green '67 Edward C. Longstreth , Miami '23 James B. Lowe, Kansas '56 Francis B. Manchester, Stanford '26, in honor of Stanford Class of '26 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 John P. Martin, Virginia '52 John C. Mazzei, New York '26 Robert P. McBain, Michigan State '64 Glenn E. McCann, Kansas '40 John W. McClellan, Miami '35 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23

J. Graham McGowan, McGill '64 Dan McKinnon, Missouri '56 James I. McNelis, Pennsylvania State '47 *Olin L. McReynolds, Indiana '15, in honor of *E. Ross Bartley, Indiana'16 John E. Meyer, Kansas '50 George N. Michale, Kansas '54 G. Lynn Mitchelson, Kansas '62 Richard A. Moran, Rutgers, '72 Allen A. Mossier, Indiana '50 Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville '82 George E. Mueller, Jr., Florida '65 James F. Mulcahy, Jr., Chicago '50 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin '76 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 J. David Nutt, Kansas '70 George Pagels, Jr., Northwestern '34 Jon R. Palmitier, Michigan State '60, in honor of Michigan State Chapter Sidney W . Patterson, Dartmouth & Oklahoma '42, in honor of *Brooks Garth, Oklahoma '45 Pennsylvania Delta Upsilon Association in honor of *Joseph A. Abrams, Pennsylvania '07

Joseph H. Penrose, Jr., Cornell '59 H. Clayton Peterson, Kansas State '67 Joseph R. Peterson, Swarthmore '64 Joe H. Petty, DePauw, '36, in honor of DePauw Chapter Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity John W. Puth, Lehigh '52 Justin M. Ricker, Middlebury '06 Edwin S. Robertson, Denison '56 James E. Ruedebusch, Wisconsin '70 John A. Seitz, Kansas '31 William A. Sigman, Iowa State '50 Kenneth L. Sloan, Chicago '32, in honor of Chicago Chapter Thomas C. Smith, Kansas State '70, in honor of Kansas State Chapter William A. Squires, Pennsylvania '71 J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 Norman J. Steffey, Kansas State '57 James H. Steinheider, Missouri '71 Benjamin A. Stolz, Michigan '55 Kenneth H. Suelthaus, Technology & Michigan '66 *John T. Swanton, Jr., Brown '50 Theodore T. Tanase, Michigan '63 Kenneth W. Tapp, Michigan '48 Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Herbert K. Taylor, Jr., Swarthmore '27 W. Peck Taylor, Cornell '25 Michael P. and Charlotte B. Terry The Charles T. and Marion M. Thompson Foundation William A. Torrey III, Bucknell '75 Wade E. Waggener, Wisconsin '81 Robert J. Wagner, Bradley '49 Mrs. R. Heath Wakelee Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma '52 Jay R. Warner, Kansas '55 Keith W . Weigel, Iowa '78 Joseph M , Wilson, Ohio State '39 Bradley K. Wolf, Kansas State '80 *F. E. Wormser, Columbia '16, in honor of Columbia Chapter Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Richard T. Young, Washington '33 WILLIAMS SOCIETY Gifts of $500 to $999 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64 Anonymous in honor of Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65


Walter J. Beadle, Technology '17 David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 1st Source Foundation in honor of Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78 Cameron G. Harman, Jr., Ohio State '59 John L. Hoerner, Nebraska '61 James C. Houston, Michigan '30 O. Kepler Johnson, Jr., Kansas '52 George Knutsen, Oregon State & Wisconsin '31 Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana '55 Henry F. Kuras, Missouri '50 George Light, Marietta '22 F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 Brent G. Orcutt, Hamilton '26 Fred L. Roberts, Bradley '71 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 Gilbert J. Schmitz, Wisconsin '25 Winston Scott, Washington '30 Robert H. Seitz, Carnegie '33 Neal L. Spelce, Texas '56 Willis A. Strauss, Iowa State '44 H. Allan Thompson, Oklahoma '65 Jo Ellen Walden Donald P. Wefer, Hamilton '54 ANSON HOBART SOCIETY Gifts of $1,000 to $2.499 Charles W. Allen, Lehigh, '25 Kerry H. Burg, Washington State '50 Addison B. Clifford, Jr., Washington '35 Major Gen. Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 Robert Collett, Rutgers '35 Wesley G. Cramer, Kansas '33 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr. Bradley '63 Hedley Donovan, Minnesota '34 Edward E. Faber, Cornell '55 Harry P. Gough, DePauw '29 J. Jeffery Green, Michigan State '60 William C. Hall, Indiana '44 H. Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '29 John R. Hammond, DePauw '50 Raymond G. Haun, Syracuse '27 William S. Holden, Washington '30 *William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 Col. F. W. Koester Kansas '18 Frank C. Long, Jr., Ohio State '32

The Hugh Stuart Center Charitable Trust, Arthur K. Lund, San Jose '55 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 Donald H. McEachran, Washington State '29 Donald C. Metz, Purdue '30 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 J. David Nelson, Northwestern '63 Julius A. Otten III, Michigan '62 O. Edward Pollock, Jr., Virginia '51 John D. Ponsiglione, Union '63 Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Lewis K. Reed, Miami '30 William R. Reusing, Virginia '62 Richard E. Richards, Washington '42 John A. Riggs, Jr., Missouri '30, in honor of Missouri Chapter Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell '50 Harner Selvidge, Missouri '32, in honor of *M. Fred Hubbell, Missouri '33 Beurt S.erVaas, Indiana '41 Geddes W. Simpson, Bucknell '29 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas and Kansas State '56 John M. Snead, Purdue '31 James W. Stallings, Purdue '45 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate '74 John C. Vassil, Carnegie '52 Harry H. Voigt, Miami '53 Clyde W. VonGrimmenstein, Purdue '49 DELTA UPSILON FOUNDERS SOCIETY Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999 Gordon C. Baker, Clarkson '27 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 Brian G. Clark, Toronto '69 William L. Clymer, Ohio State '35 *Hugh B. Corbitt, Washington '12; *Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington '17; *Willis G. Corbitt, Washington '20 and Gregg B. Corbitt, Oregon '58 *Cecil R. Herrod, Missouri '26 *Harry A. Huntoon, Illinois '05; Harry K. Huntoon, Illinois '37 and H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 Donald J. Moulin, California '53 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES SOCIETY Gifts of $5,000 or more Anonymous Dikaia Foundation of Syracuse Chapter Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Mrs. Hugh E. Nesbitt and Mrs. Shirle N. Westwater Thiry Foundation, Paul A. Thiry, Washington '28 'Deceased

This listing was completed as of August 6, 1985, please call any corrections or errors to our attention, as every attempt has been made to have a complete and accurate listing for publication and recognition purposes.

A major objective of the Foundation is to secure sufficient funding to improve the number of .attendees and days for the annual leadership conference. A significant gift of $100,000 is sought to name the Delta Upsilon Leadership Conference. Funding to improve the regional leadership conference program is also required, and a gift of $50,000 will enable the donor to name the seven regional leadership seminars. There are many other programs that require funding and trustees of the Foundation will be pleased to discuss projects that may be of interest to prospective donors. Contact the Foundation administrative headquarters at the International Fraternity Headquarters for additional details and information: Post Office Box 40108, Indianapolis, IN 46240-0108. Telephone: 317-875-8900.


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+ Brandt, H. '47 *Bruening, K. '80 (5) Buchanan, J. '33 (2) + Burroughs, C. '68 + Carlson, W. '42 (3) + Carne, D. '70 (2) Chance, R. '54 (3) + Chappell, C. '31 + Clapp, L. '23 Clark, L. '33 (2) Clauson, L. '25 (2) +Couner,j. '84 • Covert, R. '61 (3) +C ronk , J. '60 (14) + Dee, M. '84 • Donahe )" W. '32 (14) Dn,ke, D. '62 + Estle, V. '23 + Evans, R. '72 (2) + Fleck, R. '49 (9) + Foss, C. '71 (2) Fuessle, E. '48 + Gleason, L. '42 (2) * Grant, W. '27 (4) + Gruenig, C. +r. '59 (9) Hansen, T. ' 9 (6) Heckmiller, D. '57 (5) + Ho lsinger, W. '57 (2) + HUEP' R '72 (2), + f f nes, K. '8 1 (4) * ohnson, A. jr. '47 (5) + oslin, R. '47 (2) tempers, L. '75 + Ki'·patrick, D. '7 1 (2) Knud sen , R. '44 (2) Krone, K. '82 • Kuchel, M. '76 (3) • Larew, D. '63 (2) • + Lawler, D. '67 • Lein, j . '62 Leonard, P. '57 + Lon~, R. '50 + Love I, J. jr. '50 (4) + Mangas, R. '84 + Marvm, R. '43 (2) * Mason, R. '33 (9) + McClure, R. '55 + Meyer, W. '72 + Neil, R. '30 (15) O'Brien, G. '79 * Osborn, J. '73 (3) + Plamer, H . '60 • Parker, J. '30 (8) + Perrenoud, D. '82 (2) * Perr)" W. '30 (8) • Peters, T . '57 (9) + Provorse, R. '78 (2) + Radloff, P. '70 + Rapp, A. '27 Rausch, C. '66 • Renk , R. Jr. '80 (4) + Risser, H. '32 * Ritts, \V . '49 • Roeder, S. '68 + Roeschke, K. '82 (2) + Rogers, D. '53 *Schooley, F. '22 (15) Shaw, J. '50 (3) +Sieben, D. '67 (3) • Sigman, W. '50 (2) Smith, A. j r. '8 1 +Spears, R. '41 (4)

: ~r.idf.',f. ,~~1 +Sulli va n, G. '80 (5) +Taylor, M. '31 + Tell, H. '65 (3) + Trunke)', C. '52 (3) + vo~genthaler, A. '24 (5) • Wa ker, G. '44 (8) • Warren, A. '22 (15) +WebSler, V. '25 (15) Willard, F. j r. '21 + Williamson, R. '28 (15) + Wogens, C. '24 (2) • + Wood, W. '55 (7) *Yirak, J. '40 (6) *Young, j. '28 (5) JOHN HOPKINS - 25 * Beimiller, L. jr. '55 (8) + Budnitz, E. '53 (15) Guild, L. '3 + Hanso n, D. '50 (2) *Hickman, R. '28 (15) * Hoffmeister, J. '20 (4) Keim,~ '55 Kell)" . '29 + Kent, L. '52 * Martin , R. '60 *Mille,·, C. '49 (13)

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+ Milligan, J. '41 Newnam, W. '59 (4) + Padgett, C. '50 * Reuner, T. {r. '6 1 * Sands, C. 11 '45 (3) Schultz, E. jr. '48 + Shelton, 1'. '67 (3) Smith,t '33 (2) *Smith, '. '54 + ~l~:~:~t j;1 ~76 + Thurston, M. '83 + Utterback, P. '48 (15) Wood, W. '22 (2)

KANSAS-I03 • Adams, W. '57 (2) + Alexander, M. '33 • Arnold, R. '27 (4) *Baird, F. '58 (8) * Ballou, D. '75 (10) * Baum, A. '8 1 (4) + Beasley, P. '24 * Belt, C. '57 (15) + Berkle)" K. '61 (15) • Be),mer,)- '36 (2) + Biles, B. 66 (6) Bostwick, D. '65

+ Brown, J.

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+ Buechel, D. '45 (5) +B ur, E. '84 Burkhead,!" '79 • Butler, A.' 1 ( 11) * Butler, H . Jr. '3 1 + Cartmell , P. '35 (3) * CayOl, C. '25 (5) + Chester, W. '23 (4) + Childs, A. '35 (3) • + Clark, R. '38 (3) +C ram, j . '71 (9) + Crowther, M. '59 (9) *Cummings, D. '79 (6) + Davies, S. '73 (6) + DeVore, S. '35 (6) : gie~ltt~6: ~. ',~t (4) *Dillon, W. '78 (3) + Dunagin, J. '42

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+ + Emery, T. '57 + Esa u l '78 (2) *Fee, . '47 * Fiske, T. '55 (9) * Flanaga n , D. '58 * Forney, R. '21 (13) . + Gaston, L. '78 (2) * Gear, M. ' 1 • Gilbert, R. Sr. '23 *Gregor)" L. '75 (10) + Grove, M. '42 '" Gwinner, G. '64 Hamilton, G. '37 (4) Hawes, { '50 + Henr)" . '58 (2) + Henso n, C. )r. '52 (2) + Herriott, ~ 35 . + Hiebsch, .Jr. '42 * Higdon, J.' 7 (6) Hoppe, J '68 * Hugu enm, A. '32 • Hyso m, jr. '57 (8) + Hysom, V. '62 + Irwin, j . '49 (1 5) + j ackson, C. '38 (2) *.Jzhnson , O.~r. '52 (2) * lem p, H. ' 6 (10) *Kno r r, j . '31 (15) '65 + Knu p, *Lam , J. ' 3 (10) *Landess, W. '53 (5) • Larsh, W)r. '52 (2) Light, M. 49 (13) + Lindahl, C. '33 (3) + Lowe, ~ '59 + Lytle, . '79 (6) • Mastin, M. Jr. '57 (2) + McGee, R. 21 McGill, U. '28 (2) + Mears, '55 + Metcal , E. '43 (8) + Miller, P. '73 (7) • Moeckel , W. '36 (2) + Neighbor'l '65 (5) *Piller, L. ' 2 (2) • Piller, T. '74 (3) + Reeder, W. '47 (7) + Rockhill'l '51 (6) + Rohrer, . '57 *Saricks, C. '70 (8) + Schwanz, J. '82

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• Messick, W. '68 (6) + Merers, E. '66 (7) + Mi( dleton, J. '50 + Monsees, P. '78 + Mulligan, T. '79 + Neafie, A. '29

+ Porzio, T. '83

+ Roth, S. '81 (4) + Ruhnke, B. '63 (2) * Schroeder, H. '28 (3) + Sheridan, M. '81 (3) Smith, H. '51 (8) + Snook, N. '59 (2) + Snyder, L. '32 + Starkman, B. '78 Townsend , C. '34 (15) *Travaglini, G. '72 (2) + Welsh , E. '30 *West, R. '53 (15) • Wetzel, G. '76 (3) Wren,.J. '52 (5) + Zazzari no, 1\.1. '8 1 (2) • + Ze mbron , J . '74 (3) LEHIGH -69 + Alearo, J. '74 • Allan, R. '68 (5) • Allen, C. '25 (11) + Bishop, B. '26 (7) • Bo),er, J. '50 (3) * Brennesholtz, L. '32 (3) + Briggs, J. '75 (2) + Christiansen, R. '56 (5) • Conchar, B. '41 (7) • Cze rn )" D. '74 (7) • Davis, B. '3 1 (4) Da y, C. '30 (14) + Deemer, W. jr. '35 (3) + Dent, C. '38 + Edell, J. '79 * Edwards, C. '41 • Forstall, E. '20 (15) + Fre)" R. '70 Furst, E. II '60 (4) + Gab riel , R. '5 1 (10) +Ga kos , P.jr. '81 Goldman, B. '58 Ha),ssen, R. III '73 + Herbert, S. '36 (5) + Hess, T. '37 (8) Hilton, H. '38 + Hornbaker, D. '26 (9) Kaiser, H. '55 + Kirkpatrick , J. '29 (8) • Kurtz, j. '52 (9) + Lichter'J. '68 (6) * LiSler, \ . '26 (4) Lucodamo , E. '7 1 (8) * Maroti, L. '58 (15) + Mattesk)', H. '64 * Middleton, T. '72 *Moodie, W.Jr. '47 (8) + Morgis, M. '84 Nahlor, S. '80 (2) • Ne ri~, T . '75 (7) * NUll, . '36 (8) • Peck, H. '37 (9) + Perna, J. '76 (9) + Peterson, K. '75 *Puth, '52 (2) • Rabol ,F. '39 (4) Ramsay, j. '58 (15) + Rand, V. '35 + Reber, R. '41 (8) • Reid, J. '56 (2) + Robel , W. '5 1 * Roberts, C. '27 + Roberts , j. '26 (8) + Ruth , R. '68 (6) • Salmond , W. '46 (9) +Savage, P. '72 * Sawtelle , G. '40 Shaw, P. '52 Smith, C. '55 . Smith, K. '65 • Suve, , W. jr '72. + Townsend, IV '45 (3) + VanHorn, M. .Ir. '56

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+ Dinsmore, R. '66

+ Disney, P. '51 * Dobbms, l. Jr. '30 (2) + Farosley, C. '30 (4) *Federa, H. '37 (15) * Fisher, J. '67 (2) * Gaddie, G. '49 (15) * Gillespie, T. '53 (9) + Gutekunst, B. '83 + Halloran, R. '68 (4) + Hinton, T . '60 * Howe, F. '64 (9) + Howell, R. J r. '79 + Lally, D. '83 * Lussky, V. '43 (6) + Montgomery, G. '68 • Mudnck, B. '82 (4) + Neel y, R. '71 Poland, A. '64 + Ratchford, M. Jr. '82 + Smither, L.Jr. '55 (4) + Sneed, R. '80 (2) + Von Wick len, F. '22 (15) + Wahba, L. '67 Walker, D. '82 (3) • Weber, W. '54 (2) *Williams, R. '67 (8) + Yarmllth, M. '64 MAINE- 8 Boudreau, B. '83 Choppa, R. '82 • Flanders, M. '72 (4) + Hinrichsen, H. '76 + Hoak, C. '76 Sinnett. C. '73 + Spear, S. '83 • Stone, P. '8 1 (2) MANITOBA-6 * Brass, J. '73 (7) *McInnes, D. '50 (8) Milani, R. '82 + Myschuk, W. '82 + Taunton , R. '70 + Vogel, L. '82 MARIETTA - 46 + Allen, W. '34 + Altbrandt, D . '64 • Altreuter, R. J I'. '65 (5) • + Amrine, F. ~ I'. '40 (9) Barnett, D. 68 (6) + Brennan, K. '64 • Bruny, C. '27 (9) +CorwlO, W. '50 + Dawes, C. '22 (4) + Drennen, G. '44 • Druet7.ler, F. '63 (6) + Dunn, F. Jr. '40 (6) Elliott, F. '76 (2) + Fenton, W. '44 (3) * GilaI', J. '72 (2) *Gillespie, R. '72 (6) Grimes, L. '78 (3) + Hartz, R. '69 1IIingwort h, T. '84 +jankUra , B. '77 (7) • ennings, C. '31 ( 10) ennings, K. '57 (2) ergens, E. '43 + Kessner, R. '42 + Mildren, W. '35 + Murray, N. '39 + Mylod, A. Jr. '72 + Newman. M. '82

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+ Philips, R. '44 • Richards, W. '57 + Riemann, P. Ir. '50 (2) + Ro llins, W. "17 (6) *Rudder, N. '57 Sabin, R. '64 +Sammons, H. '42 (2) + Silberman, S. '72 (6) + Smith, D. '42 + Sniffen, M. '3 1 • Strickland, D. '66 (2) • Suder, G. '44 (4) + Taylor, J. '44 Trabi1cy, D. '59 (3) + Watson, E. Jr. '77 (3) + Wharton, W. '34 • Whittaker, C. '64 (2) + Yester, G. '51 (5) MARQUETTE - 2 Ryan, D. '7 1 (3) + Westerheide, T. '72 (8) MARYLAND - 12 + Doetsch, P. '76 (9) Dudley, R. Jr. '74 + Fannin, J. HI '77

+ Fennimore, D. '79 Gi le, A. '74 Huston, G. '81 (4)

! ~i;~\'a~th~~~: \f\~8 (3) O'Sullivan, B. '80 * Schmitt, T. '73 (2) + Steis, C. '78 * Young, E, '75 MASSACHUSETTS - 3 • Hoggard, J. '71 (3) • + Pilgnm, R. '8 2 + Titus, G. '82 (2) Me GILL- 6 + CiancaneJli , R. '83 • Currie, G. '33 (9) • Eberts, G. '60 (3) + Hewson, R. '55 (2) + Hughes, R. '57 Killam, D. JI'. '63 (6) MIAMI- 94 *Armington, \N. '47 + Barkfl', H. '50 (15) • Barr, J. '68 (2) + Berger, ~l. Ir. '68 *Bla1l', G. 31, (15) + Blanke, V. '50 (2) + Boswo rth, H. IV '52 (6) + Bova, J. '69 (5) Brown, C. '80 * Bruckman, R. '49 (6) *Burgess, T. '6 1 (5) + Burns, V, '50 + Carlson, B. '79 (4) + Ca rlson, T. '80 + Clarke, R. '79 . * Co nklin, '1'. '29 (5) Cottle, M. '8 1 (4) * Coulton , R. '54 (4) + Darlin, W. '56 Darst, R. '59 + Dellinger, L. '42 (2) * Dugan, C. II '60 (6) * Eagleson, D. '44 (II) * Ehrich, J. '42 (15) Ericksen, M. '77 (2) + Erickson, B, '55 + Erion, W. Jr. '39 (3) Gerspacher, W. '63 (4) + Gille1and, B. '51 (3) • Gillette, R. '52 (6) + Gillham, r. '33 (7) * Godfrey,W. '58 (14) *Gray, M. '36 (10) +Griffin,J. Ir. '41 (6) + Gurn ey, W. '53 (4) + Hall, D. '80 (4) H allihan , J . '67 (2) * Hathaway, D. '44 (4) Hawk, G. '52 * Hogan, J. '48 (8) + Hormes, R. '56 (2) *HOISChUh'J' Sr. '48 (8) * Holschuh, . Jr. '77 +J o nes , N, ' 4 + ] o nes, W. '64 + Kellogg, A. '83

* Knauss, N. '53 (12) Koch, J. '71 + Krebs, D. '80 (5) + Lass, C. '83 (2) + Lemon, R. '6 1 + Lon gstreth, E. '23 (6) + May , J. '47 (15) +Mayberry, R. Jr. '51 (6) Mays, S. '43 + McClusky, R. '69 (2) + McCollum, M. Jr. '54 McGovel'll, E. '5 I (9) + McKinley, H. '38 (2) *McNamara, I. '29 (11) + Moore, R. '5~ * Morgan, W. '5 1 (2) Nagy, R. '82 • + Nopper, J. '33 Oakrey, R. '37 Orebaugh, L. '24

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* Rogers,J. '57 (10) + Ryan, J. '34 +Schoenherr, R. '63 (3) Schornak, T. '58 + Sechnick, D. '76 (9) + Shane, M. '52 (2) + Shannon,). '48 + Shearon, J.: '53 + Shelt, T. 57 + Snyder, D. '70 (3) *Sponsler, D. '58 (9) +Surplus, S. '8 1 (4) * Thesken , E. '30 (9) + Thies, T. '64 (6) + Thomas, J. '32 (2) * Thomas, L. '65 (6) Vaughn, G. 48 (5) Vogel, W. '48 (2)

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MICHIGAN - 69 * Adams, R. '40 (15) + Aengst, F. '57 +Alexande r , W. '47 Barbour, J. '79 + Bardsley, R. '7 I Bates, R. '7 8 (7) * Bolas, G. '36 (8) *Bugbee, B. '37 (4) * Carter, L. Jr. '23 (3) * Clark, C. Jr. '39 (5) + Correll, C. '63 ( 14) *Davis, R.Jr. '47 (9) Do naldson , J. '64 (6) * Eldridge, C. III '60 (9) • Ford, C. II'. '44 (3) + Garris, ~r. '76 * Greenbaum, G. '74 (3) + Grunder, R. '44 MIDDLEBURY - 44 * Hartwig, M. '68 (4) + Allen, C. '29 (15) + H epp', K. '39 (6) Allen, R. '33 (4) + Herlih y, J . II'. '50 (4) + Ardison, G. '61 + Hird, U. '39 + Bennett, T. '4 1 (15) • H oad , J. '32 (5) Burrows, R. '29 (7) * Hoffman, R. '71 + Byington, R. '43 + Hole, W. Jr. '51 (9) + Cady, W. '34 + Hurst, L. III '73 (3) + Calef, R. '3 1 (9) + Jacob, T. '44 + Callin, L. '32 + Jencks, H. '64 • Cole, E. JI'. '40 + John so n, L. '22 (14) Davenport, R. '31 + King, G. '62 + Davis, 'R. '78 (2) + Knape, W. '78 (7) + Fall, R. '66 (2) Lansadle, D. '38 + Fuller, W. '54 (8) Lieblein, R. '54 (2) * Furber, A. '20 (7) • + Lossing, L. '65 (5) • Ga le, P. '46 * Ma rion, A, '42 (2) +Go llnick, A. Jr. '55 + Marschner, C. '36 * Hayward, L. '23 (9) j\'lason , D, '56 * Heath, W,. '21 (7) * McCobb, E. '23 (9) Hill, P. '37 (II) *Meye r, R. '61 (I I) + Hinman , F. '31 (4) + Mortensen, D. '72 (3) Ide , A. '33 (2) + Mortensen , M. Jr. '35 ( 15) +tacObY, C. '75 (9) * Nicolau, G. '48 (5) ones, H . '56 (3) * Owens, P. '3 1 (8) + elley, S. II '29 (2) + Perkins, M.Jr. '5 1 (3) + Kelley, W. '29 ( 15) • + Poole, F. '46 (6) McNamee, F. '50 (9) • * Ram say, M. Jr. '50 (4) + Newman, H . '30 + Ray, G. '82 (2) , * Noonan , R. '2 1 ( II) + Reynolds, J. I I'. '76 (2) .;c Nourse , K. '52 + Ridd ell, G. '05 + O'Connor, K. '53 (2) + Ritchi e, J. '38 (2) + Painter, A. '57 (2) + Robertson,.J. '45 (2) + Painter, H. '33 (6)

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* Parson, F. Jr. '75 (2) • + Philipson, C. '37 (4) Pierce, A. '30 (9) * Rickel', J. '06 + Riley, D. '24 (14) + Roller, E. '34 • Schauz, G. '34 (8) Smith, r. :38 (6) + Ward, S. 37 * Wheeler, F. '39 (4) Wiley, B. '72 (3) MINNESOTA - 28 Baker, L. '65 (8) + Bal'c1ay, J. '69 (8) * Bloombe rg, R. '5 1 + Burkland, G. '35 * Cary, E. '18 (1 5) Chapman, W. '29 *Crippen, C. '30 (15) * Diercks, H. '35 (6) + Gerver, P. '80 (5) Gray, H. '28 + Gunderson, R. '5 I (2) * Hamann, J. '59 (7) Hawes, G. Jr. '29 (5) • + Hee rse ma , P. '27 MacRae, G. '21 • Opdahl, O. '41 (14) Pelton , R. '35 + Pelton , T. '24 (9) + Pilgel', J. '57 + Ritchie, .1. ' 16 • Stoehr C. II '65 (2) • Tatam, J. '33 (5) Thornley, S. '8 1 *Truesdell, L. Jr. '27 (3) + Wentworth, J. '34 + Wilke, P. '23 (8) *Wilke, P. Jr. '50 (14) + Wilson, P. '22 MISSOURI -

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R. '21 (6) + Beimdiek, G. '35 (5) Bistline, G. '76 (7) + Brashears, K. '75 (3) *Briggs, H. '5 1 ( 11 ) Browne, W. '33 (9) Bruns, A. '6 1 (3) *Burridge, R. '46 (3) + Carnes, M. '82 Carter, W. '65 (2) + Corlew, T. '84 Craven, S. '74 (9) Daniel, C. '55 + Davis, L. '68 * Deimund, E. II '60 (7) Duff, F. '80 * Ehrlich, J. '67 (4) *Eskrid ge, D. '64 (5) Fellwock, M. '79 + Fellwock, S. '76 + Finley, B. '36 • Fleck, I. '79 (3) + Foss, It '51 * Gantz, D. '27 (6) + Gibson, W. '38 ( 15) * Glasscock, E. '27 (6) *Goodin, B. SI'. '39 (5) Gray, E. '76 + Hof, P. '75 (8) * Hubbard, L. '55 (3) + Huff, L. '57 (2) • Hughes, L. .II'. '31 (9) * John so n, R. '59 + jones, f. II'. '32 +'Kin g, J. '75 (2) + Liggett, T. '65 *Lutz, B. '58 (2) + Martin , J. '30 (2) + McFarland, S. '8 1 (4) * McKelvey, D. '32 (6) * McKinn on, D , '56 + McPherson, F. Jr. '26 + Miller, J. '79 (2) + Moore, B. '63 (3) + Morice, D, .'65 * Ne ff, V. '66 ( 10) + North, R, '76 * Ochs, H. Jr. '33 ( 14). Otten, B. '82 (2) *Peters, P. '77 (3) Plummer, l V, '36 • Randall, ,? II'. '69 (7) *Read, O. 33 (7) Rector, G. '62

Richards, J . '41 * Riggs, J. I I'. '30 (7) + Scflmudde, J. '70 (2) *Schooley, C. '28 (8) * Segall, G. '33 (7) * Shumake, S. '78 * Smith, K. J r. '67 (5) + Smith, W. '24 (5) . Spangler, R. '83 + Spurrier, T. '81 *Symon, B. '26 (8) + Tarantola, B. '81 (3) + Tate, B. II'. '4 1 (9) + Taylor, K. '80 (2) + Taylor, W. '4 1 (9) +1'eel, K. '81 (3) , + T hweatt, J. '30 (6) * Vinyard, I. Jr. '42 (15) + Wagner, ~1. '72 (2) Watts, I. '80 • Webb, R. '3 1 (ll) • Weber, W. '55 Webster, H : '29 Witt, T. '22 ( 14) + Yaeger, C. Sr. '34 (8) *Yeager, C. II'. '6 1 Yehlen, P. "72 (9) * Yingling, R. Jr. '62 (II) NEBRASKA - 71 * Ackerman, R. '50 (4) + Alexander, L. '36 (5) + Anderson, N . '28 Ashby, C. '39 (3) * Asmussen, R. '5 2 (2) + Autry, G.}r. '35 * Baker, S. r. '37 (2) • * Baker, T. '81 (2) Barnard, B. '81 (3) * Barnard, H . '56 (2) * Burmeister, C. '52 (2) + Carison, S. '54 (2) * Cheney, T. '36 (9) +Christenson , A. '45 (15) *Dearbo rn , J. '32 (3) + Deterding, D. '57 + Erickson, C. '69 Giles, B. '68 + Goodwin, F. Jr. '50 (13) * Gray, H. '34 (15) + Grier, M. '83 * Hamilton, J. '79 (6) * Hansen, E. '30 (3) Harmon, R. '64 + Harris, J. '36 (15) + Haskell, W. '4 1 Haugner, A. '60 + Hib~ard, J. '79 (5) Hildebrand, C. '38 Hinchcliff, S. '77 (8) * Hummel, P. '3 1 ·(1 I ) + lohnson, W. '42 Keehn, R. '83 (2) + Killinger, S. '6 1 + King, J. '68 . + KokJcr, T. '50 + Kosman, R, '37 • Koziol, D. '66 (2) * Krommenhoek, W. '57 (1 2) * Loch, R. '54 * McGrew, F. '34 (3)

~:~~:;~~~lt.~3~82 l\.'lowrer, L. '69 + Muff, H. '30 (4) Muncy, G. '70 (7) + Nie meye r, A, '35 (4) *O'Ba nnon , K. '50 (I I) Olsen, C. '82, (2) Onnen, D. '76 (5) Pankonin, L. '37 (2)

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+ Sawyer, G. '35

* Schick,

L. '29 ( 15) • Seline, R. '78 Shelt ers, V. '40 Shil'ely, R. '82 (3) + Sline, P . '80 * Slothower, '45 (9) + Smaha, G. 24 (2) • + Smith, H. '65 (15) + Stone, V. '34 + Swenson, S. 1r. '38 + Teetor, M. '94 *Tippetts, J. '67 (3) *Urbac h, H. '33 (9) *Vald ez, R. '66 + \Varner, G, '58 Yoder, O. '26 (1 4)

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NEWYORK-12 Beman, A. '34 (6) Beman, L. '38 (5) + Billheimer, T. '41 Brown, S. '24 (10) Coon, D. '~2 (9) • Gaylord, E. '23 (3) • Hoover, C. '40 (6) Kipfer, A. '33 (2) *Koski, G. '43 (10) * Mazzei, J. '26 (10) + Redegeld, J. '23 (5) * Stigberg, R. '25 (2)

+ Luckow, L. '71 (2) + Mattson, S. '78 + McCoy, K. '83 + Meyer, M. '84 + Misslin, A. '76 + Nicolai, D. '84 + Reichert, R. '68 • Szczys, R. '69 (2)

+ McKenzie, H . '23 (11) Menton, r. '84 Miiller. Vl. 47 + Nelson, J. '63 (15) *Newman, R. II '59 ([5)

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*Reiche, R. '42 (4) + Sale, E. '34 (4) + Sapienza, M. '74 (5) NORTH DAKOTA STATE- +Shannon, J. Jr. '49 (14) 4 • Siefert, R. '3\ (4) + Loucks, Q. '79 :~~~'t~ ~7;4(~?5) + Peterson,] . '83 + Qual, A. '73 (8) * Tasche, C. '54 NORTH CAROLINA - 61 * Richard, P. '74 (2) +Thorp, H. Jr. '25 (15) Ainslie, J. Jr. '83 * Thorp, R. '29 (3) * Ayres, R. '65 (14) VanVooren, R. '53 (4) + Baker, C. '74 (4) NORTHERN ILLINOIS - 23 + Vits, H. Jr. '54 (14) + Barr, E. '26 (5) + Dykhuisen, G. '68 + Wadsworth, V. '35 (2) + Bardham, D. '72 + Edwards, P. '83 + Wagner, M. '78 (2) + Burgiss, T. '84 Feithen, W. II'. '75 (9) *Weyhrich, A. '58 (3) + Burnette, J. Jr. '74 (2) + Felten, I. '8:l' • White, H. Jr. '33 + Gavin, 1'. '74 + Bl'ers , W. Jr. '74 (9) + White, R. J I'. '52 (2) *C ark , J. '68 (6) * Gerber, S. '68 (H) \ViIlemain, R. '48 • Coleman, R. Il[ '68 (2) + Green, M. '83 * Willison, S. '26 Crawford, W. '76 (9) + Janik, J. '75 (2) • Zinn, F. 37 (15) + Crockett, D. '67 *Jones, P. '76 • Dalton, J. J I'. '59 (8) + Laurence, K. '70 + Douthwaite, D. '69 (2) + Lunn, D. '68 (3) OHIO-13 + Eastwood, M. '67 Maibach, M. '73 (11) Coulton, C. '65 + Edd!eman, W. '34 + Malloy, W. '69 (5) Goodman, K. '76 Edwards, J. Il[ '82 Hart, R. '58 ~:~6~dt~1.er8r' '75 (4) + Ely, J. '68 + Hortin, L. '56 (5) + Evans, C. '67 (2) *McHale, T. '80 + Knisley, D. '8 [ • }'oster, D. '81 (3) +Odin, G. '67 + Lagnena, V. '71 Gems, P. '48 + Paver, E. '78 * McDonald, R. '73 (3) • + Singelmann,I. '64 (3) *Goforth, J.;r. '66 (3) + Palmer, C. '60 (5) + Wilson, 1'. '78 (4) 9 (6) + Rowley , S. '65 + g~~(rin~'iI Wojcik, R. '83 *Sanders, N. '59 (4) Harden, M. '77 + 'Vulkowicz, G. '76 + Weimer, J. '68 (3) * Harkins, P. '62 + Yaffe, R. '79 + Williams, D. '7[ (4) + Head, K. '79 (6) Yohem, R. '77 (2) + Honeycutt, J. Jr. '69 +Jamison, J. '73 NORTHERN IOWA - 6 Johnson, G. Sr. '27 (3) + Anderson, G. '71 (2) OHIO STATE - 73 * Jones, R. '68 (14) * Anderson, S. '79 (4) * Barnes, W. '49 • + Jones, S. J I'. '63 (8) + Bates, S. '66 (2) ri.2'79 • * Legler, M. '64 (2) + Beathard, R. '73 Lesniak.T. '76 + [ngledue, G. '77 Becks, W. '46 McClanahan, S. '74 (3) + Bingham, G. '40 + Jones, G. '72 • + McKay, T. '81 * Blue, J. '61 + Boyer, R. '42 (15) *McNCIll , R. Jr. '74 (3) • Michael, W. '73 (7) NORTHWESTERN - 75 + Buchsieb, W. '51 (14) Minton, A. '79 (4) Akemann, E. '62 (15) Campbell, J. '49 (2) + Moore, M. '84 Anderson. D . '41 *Clymer, W. '35 (15) + Myrick, D. '65 (14) + Anderson, W. II'. '53 (10) * Cooper, W. '63 (7) * Pawlik, H. '54 (9) * Block, G. '48 (2) *Corey, P. '48 (14) + Poole, H. '64 (4) *Bodine, P. II'. '50 (15) *Crawford, H. '47 (13) *Poston, W. '71 (12) Bauschor, t. '29 Dahler, M. '76 *Pugh, A. '73 * Boyd, W. '48 (10) + Davies, H. '33 + Ramsay, G. '76 (8) + Brahany, W. Jr. '38 + DeLaMater, P. '63 + Reisner, F. '74 (3) * Bridgford, P. '56 (8) *Deming, W. '35 + Ross, D. '25 * Calhoun, E. '22 (15) + Derewecki, D. '72 (5) + Samuelson, K. Jr. '80 + Carlson, A ~r. '50 + Elliott, R. '48 (15) Schumacher, C. '73 (2) *English, E. '22 (15) Sheldon, J. '66 (6) * Ernst. J . .'33 • Smith, R. '76 (2) *Congleton, T. '50 + Ewart, D. '47 • Snow, '73 (5) • Conway, J. '49 (15) + Faranda, C. '49 (5) Story, 1'. Il[ '74 * Countryman, R. Jr. '5q (8) Flournoy, J. '72 (9) Thompson, E. '28, (13) + Coyle, R. '52 (3) Fouke, A. '40 + Curtis, A. '27 (15) + Thompson, H. J I'. '64 + Gordon, D. '63 (2) + Vlma, J. '79 • Drendel, L. '39 Green, D. '82 + Waltemyer, R. '75 (9) * Ensign, W. '46 (2) Hague, W. Jr. '29 (2) *Watkins, W. '27 (15) + Evert, H. '56 (3) + Harman, C. II'. '59 (4) Woodard, A. '80 + Fish , W. '39 (\5) * Harper, H . ''29 (9) + Woodard, W. II[ '76 * France, R. '35 * Heekin R. '35 (4) • Gavitt, S. '37 (5) Henthorn, B. '82 (2) \ + Glaser, R. '54 (2) + Herron, W. '43 (4) NORTH CAROLINA + Gray, E. '29 (10). • Hoover, T. '56 (5) STATE-I0 + Hathaway, E. '27 (2) +Cox, S. '80 + Houston, " '74 *Heizer, E. Jr. '51 (15) + Kimball, ,t. '54 • Harris, D. II'. '82 (3) * Kuppinger, E. '33 (15) + Kane, J. '83 (2) + Langhurst, E. '4 [ • Lach, E. I r. '79 (7) + Hopham, C. '45 (3) + Leonard, J. II[ '72 + Mather, M. '82 _ • J amra, A . .I r. '44 (9) + Lininger, J. '32 + Pack, B. '80 *Jamra, J. '~8 (15) *Mason, R. Jr. '41 (4) * Stewart, J. '79 (2) * Jensen, C. '31 (5). + McBane, D. '57 + Taylor, R. '82 + Johnson, A. '48 • McClelland, R. '49 + Taylor, T. '79 (2) + Jung, M. '51 McLain,J. '42 (5) +Wong, T. '84 • Kakarakis, J. '42 (2) + Miller, F. '38 * Kraebber, J. '58 (3) * Morrison, R. '39 (13) + Kreml, F. '31 (9) *Myers,J. '38 (15) NORTH DAKOTA -17 + Ladd, R. '64 (2) Padilla, M. '71 + Blaisdell, M. '80 + Lampe, W. '38 (2) * Parsons L '30 + Cadisle, M. '80 (4) Laning, L. '46 + Pontius: E.' '39 (2) + Christensen, 1. '84 LeMasters, E. '23 + Rees, T. '33 (5) + Christenson, T. '60 • Ludolph. A. '42 + Rothermund, E. '39 + Fisher, D. '83 + Mackey, R. '43 (15) Salt, W. '44 (2) + Harwood, 'rV. '68 • Matthias, E. '29 (2) • + Seekely, B. '79 (5 ) Hoffman, M. '83 • McCarthy, J. '49 (2) + Seekcly, R. 11 '80 (4) + Kirsch, R. '78 (3) + McColly, .1. '60 (8) *Shaw,.J. '49 (9) Larson. G. '70

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*+ Lerwick. E. '46 Mattson, T. '63 ([5)

+ Sheets; J. '46 + Sherck, P. '51 * Sipprell, R. '37 (3) + Spore, W. '39 (9) + Stone, M. '69 (7) • Summers, R. '34 (2) • Thomas, C. '38 (2) *Thomas, J. '47 (2) Thomas, I. '33 (3) *Thomas O. '26 (3) +Townsend, G. '64 (14) * Underwood, J. '62

!~:!i~~:'.f: :~g (15) *Walker, W. '54 (9) *Werum, I. '42 (9) * Zell. E. '69 (6)

OKLAHOMA - 51 + Baxley, H. '84 Blair, W. '51 (2) + Blake, J. 'SO • Brzyckr, P. '82 (2) + Contway, L. '29 (8) * Filip, T. '69 (9) • French, E. '78 (6) + Frymire, C. '79 (2) + Gordon, C. '72 + Hayes, H. '56 + Hirsch, K. '74 (2) Hobgood, R. '45 • Huchteman, M. '55 (\0) + Huffman, L. '71 *Hurley, P. '64 (8) * Johnson, J. II'. '66 (9) + Jones, H. '3'9 * Kalbfleisch, I. '52 (5) * Kenady, P. ''66 (11) + Largent, P. Jr. '50 *Levorsen,J. '50 (4) • Lippert, E. Jr. '53 Lollman, J. J r. '66 + Ludlum, K. '78 Massad, P. '60 (15) * Massad, W. '55 (15) * McCormick D '32 * McDonald, B. ;76 + Meadows, E. '84 • + Monk, J . '68 (2) *Morrison, W. Jr. '36 (5) Norman, C. '81 + Norris, R. '80 + O'Bannon, T. '82 (3) + Oldham, J. IV '83 Parker, R. '65 + Poindexter, R. '40 + Rabb, P. III '80 + Renfrow, W. '26 (5) • Rinaldi, S. '80 (3) • Rupert, M. '74 (9) + Rutherford, F. '50 * Sampson, D. '34 (5) • Sloan, D. '72 (3) • Smith, E. '25 (4) *Thompson, H. '65 (15) +Thompson, R. '61 *Walkingstick, B. '52 (13)

: ~~~G: ~: J~g '51 Wilson, H. '55 (6) OKLAHOMA STATE + Branch, D. '60 (5) * Chambers, S. '71 + Clovis, W. '75 (3) * Crews, l. Sr. '60 (10)

!~~b;d,;"6~ '67 : ~~r,'~,~'~i8 • Johnson , J. '74 (3) * McKay, r. Jr. '79 + Meyer, S. "75 (5) + Puckett, W. '78 Renfro, C. '74 (6) * Richards, W. '77 (6) +Simon, W. '60 (6)

+ 0~1L~r :~.'~g5(4) • Waller, G. Jr. '60 (2) OREGON- 29 * Brunken, D. '52 (6) Carlson, S. '69 (7) + Cellars, A. '47 (14) • Chambers, R. '52 (2) *Ciatti, J. '64 (10) + Duffy, T. '48 (4) *Gendron, J. '40 (10) *Hayward, S. '41 (10)

McConnell, R. '54 * Neuner, J. '62 (3) Pereira, N . '62 Prescott, G. '23 +Seal, W. '49 (10) • Shryock, R. '53 • Sorenson, D. '71 (2) • sprouse,]. '30 (10) + Stewart, . '64 *Stuhr, R. '4[ + Temple, M. '33 +Thuemmel, G. '35 + Walsh, B. '64 *Watson, M. '69 (2) Watson, R. '71 (4) Weber, J. '40 * Weisel, J. '48 (4) * Williams, J. '45 (2) + Zimmerman, W. '38 OREGON STATE - 54 • Anderson, D. '35 (8) Baxter, J. '78 (4) *Bays, T. '42 (10) + Bjorndal, R. '43 + Boone, K. '62 (3) + Bort, W. '31 + Branlund, J. Jr. '45 (3) Bufton, L. '35 Clarke, D. '71 (2) + Coleman, R. '18 + Combs, C. '40 + Conley, D. '64 (2) Crosby, R. '77 *Cummin~s,J. '3[ (15) Dahl, R. 50 + Darling, C. '38 • + Darling, N . '42 (15) Deacon, M. '84 • Dean, C. '56 (2) Down, W. '43 (3) + Ekern, A. '26 (7) * Gann, S. '79 (6) Gerke , G. '58 + Graham, J. '65 (2) *Granrud, H. '22 Hawley, T . '25 (2) • Haynes, D. '77 + Hirstel, R. '40 (3) Hopper, W. '31 Horne, R. '52 +Hulbert,J.Jr. '44 (15) + lacoby, D. '42 • 'Klein, K. '41 (15) + Knutsen, G. '31 ([5) + Liseth, S. '43 Lunda, E. '28 + Lus(her, B. '45 Marcus, C. '34 + McMath, C. Jr. '32 (8)

:+ ~(,~~: t.·:~9 Reed, D. '55 (3)

• Rodgers , K. '32 (3) + Rosenfeld , E. '42 (9) • + Shelton, M. '61 * Smith, D. '35 • + Sproule, M. '75 • '1 inker, E. '65 (9) 18 *Vandervort, R. Jr. '41 * Vermilye H. Jr. '24 (3) * Vermilye, W. '26 (5) + Watt, R. '20 (3) + Wilson , R. Jr. '46 • Wise, J . '68 (2) PACIFIC-4 *DuMond, J.lr. '66 (6) Madsen, J. '65 Pinska, W. '48 (2) * Stark, E. '29 (11) PENNSYLVANIA - 48 * Acaster, H. '44 (15) *Bartle, H. Jr. '30 (10) * Biggs, .C. III '55 (7) + Blecherman, B. '82 Bore .. , E. '60 (2) + Boswell, W. '22 (8) + Boyd, D. '42 (7) + Bradly, S. '21 Burggraf, F. Jr. '58 + Canfield, R. '61 (8) + Coelho, D. '82 * Crofoot, J . '28 (9) + Curchin, G. '50 + Dalton, A. II'. '44

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* Glenn, E. '24 (6) • *Golden, G. '74 (II) Gordeuk , G. '75 (7) + Gray, H. '25 * Greene, R. 'GO (13) *Groth, E'Ir. '48 (lU) + Haberstro " W. '72 (9) * Hahner', S. '78 (6) + Hanna, H.jr. '70 (G) + Hart, C. '5 + Herma, J. '70 (5) • + Hershhorn, M. '71 + Hoagland, W. '48 (15) * Hollerieth, C. 'G8 (13) • Howe, J. '39 (G) • + Hughes, J. '78 (2) + Jeram<Jz , T. '4 1 *-IZhnson. M. '5 1 olessar, J. 1Il '69 (5) * Kortmann, R. '74 (2) Krieg, R. J,r. 'G4 (11) * Kroesen, . '44 (4) + Lantier, W. '77 (3) + Leslie, J. ' 13 + Liniak, P. '69 (15) + Luz, R. Jr. '43 (2) + Maher, 1'. '82 + Mallett, W. '32 (2) + McDowell, A. '34 (15) *Miller, J. 'GO (3) *Moran, R. '72 (11) * Muller, B. 'GG (9) * Mulligan, G. '55 (3) + Newkirk, M. '74 + Orrizzi, J. '70 + Oltman, F. '23 (3) + Pauen, F. '42 Paulson, C. Jr. '33 + Peck, H. '32 (4) Pitt, L. '39 (2) Pitt, M. '19 (4) + Plewak, G. 'G9 (2) + Pollak, J. Jr. '58 + Powers, J. 111 '48 (4) + Ross, C. '3G (9) + Schaenen, D. '50 (3) * Schreihofer, A. '59 (11) *Schultz, T . 'GI (5) +Sperling, W. III '35 (8) + Sullivan, E. '29 + Sweene J. '74 (2) Tomasi , D. 'GG (2) *VanWickle, G. '47 Wade, D. '60 (7) + Weeks, H. '5 1 (2) wingins , W. '33 (2) * Wi . lamson, R. '34 (15) *Youpa, R. '55 (8)

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SIMPSON-5 Brackney, B. Jr. 'G9 (3) + Dunbar, K. 'G9 (14) * Larson, H. Jr. '28 Lilly, J. '59 (15) Mam, R. '33 (3)

+ Butier, T. '35 Clark,~. '79 Coles, .y. Jr. '2G + Conley, P. '77 + Cooper, G. '38 Crownover, C. '25 (4) Fetter, F. '20 Greene, K. '83 (2) SOUTH CAROLINA - 6 *Hallowell, H , Jr. '29 (11) * Anderson, W. Jr. '84 * Hallowell, R. 27 (3) +Gear, G. ~" '81 (2) + Harman, D. '39 + Goolsby, . '81 Heiser, S. '72 *Shelton , L. III '82 (2) + Keho, C. '47 *Smith , E. '83 (2) + Kuhnsman , D. '82 (3) * Thompson, J. '83 (2) + Leith, C. '81 (4) + Lioi, F. '77 (8) + Longshore, M. '30 (13) SOUTH DAKOTA - 4 S. Jr. '27 (15) * Christiansen, P. '75 (3) • +* Palmer, Perkins, E. '49 (8) + Garry, M. '81 (4) Pettit, C. '43 (4) + Mizner, W. '75 + Schwertner, R. '48 (9) + Norton, A. '83 (2) Shaw, H. '48 (2) • Sundt, R. '50 (15) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS - 3 *Taylor, H. Jr. '27 (15) + Crowell, R. '7G (5) Thomsen, F. '30 (4) + Gildersleeve, '71 Wagner, D. '83 * Maguire, D. ' 3 (7) • Whitcomb, A. '44

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* Reiser, M. '68 (3) *RekSlis, W.Jr. '38 (7) + Richards, A. '82 + Ringwall, W. '58 (10) * Sack, R. '82 • *Salisbul'}" E. '40 (2) +Schantz, R. '49 (3) + Schlegel, L. '67 (3) Scott, R. '19 * Shaw, E. 'G6 (2) +Sherman, T. '48 (5) + Slawsky, L. '83 *Smeitzer, W. '58 (8) * Spry, R. '40 (3) + St. Clair, R. '31 (3) Stark, W. Jr. '47 *Slrates, E. '54 + Stratton, C. '32 (3) * Torrey, R. '51 (7) + VanVoasl , \1r.,', '28 Voorhees, S. '82 * Vosburgh, F. '25 (2) + Waldron, H. '43 (2) + Walsh, M. '84 + Whitlock, P. 'G8 Widmayer, F. Jr. '4 1 (3) + Willis, W. '49 * Wilson, W. Jr. '30 (9) TECHNOLOGY - 65 +Allen, L.Jr. '34 (15)

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TEXAS- 36 + Bailey, E. '64 + Blackwell, I. '65 Brewer, '70 ( 10) + Cassell, J. II'. '70 (9) + Cole, K, '04 (4) +Cox,J.JI'. '63 * Dunlap, J. '73 (7) * Earp, R. '63 * Franks, T. '67 (2) * Friend, G. '57 + Harpool, J. '82 + Howell, D, '62 Jackson, L. '81 (5) + lones, C. JI'. '80 (4) *Kuhlman. T. '69 (2) * McMahan, D. '64 (3) Miller, E. '65 + Mitchell, M. '65 (15) + Moores, M. '83 (2) + i\·l organ, R. '69 * Murtaugh, J. '50 * Nelson, -\V. '59 (7) + OIT, J. '65 (8) Palmer, J. '85 + Pappas, C. '73 • Paschetag, C. J I'. '82 (3) PelJitone, J. '69 Po ser, A. JI'. '65 (15) * Rohde, M. '68 . * Smith, J. 11:- '76 (2) + Sohmly, s-: 84 Tibbitts, W. III '61 +Tomsu, M. '82 (2) * Walls, S. '72 • Waters, L. '73 (7) + Wiley, R. JI'. '49

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TORONTO-17 + Anderson, R. '39 + Argent, I. '69 * BeIrne, C. '82 (2) * Blumenauer, G. '70 (2) *Clark, B. '69 (9) + Fice, R. '69 * Gray, J. '34 + Howland, W. '36 (II) • Jarmain , E. '30 (II) + lohnston, I. '74 (3) *),lcCulloch, H. '30 (7) • * Moffat, D. '58 (2) Ross, D. '34 (2) + Taylor, R. '38 + Vaughan. P. '65 *Weir, J. '43 (2) *Westaway, J. '34 (10)

TUFTS-42 Adams, I. '39 (3) + Ames, H. '36 (10) • + Augustin, C. '83 + Beckman, C. '63 (4) + Blanker, W. '49 + Blum, P. '59 + Brainerd, G. '41 + Carlson, R. '48 (3) Casabian, E. II'. '64 (9) + Chester, C. 'S2 + Denley, G. '45 + Dolan, P. '78 * Erickson, C. '64 (4) + Fitch, J. '62 + Fonda, J. '5 1 • Foster, T. '60 (3) + Gall" J. '71 (6) + Gilhch, R. '79 Grinnell, D. '64 (2) + Hahn, E. '40 • Heggie, W. JI'. '61 * Hosterman, C. Jr. '32 (5) + Katzenberg, J. 82 + Kirkiles, C. '45 + Lee, J. Jr. '50 (9) Mason, S. '34 (4) * Matthews, P. '76 (2) * May, R. '62 (2) +McKinney, W. '26 (15) • Morse, D. '42 (15)

+ Perkins, D. '55 + Pike, J. '65 + Poore, E. '4 3 (4) + POllerton. W. '28 • + Russell, F. '40 '(2) + Stewart, G. '42 (2) * Toyias, P. '79 (6) * Tranter , W. '25 (8) + Warburton, R. '84 Wilkinson, H. '69 (13) • + Wilkinson, T. '36 (5) + Young. H. '49 TYLER- 6 + Blackshear, R. '8 1 + Byars, J. '77 * Campbell, R. '79 (3) Dacus, D. '82 + McClain, T. '82 (2) + Rawls, D. III '74

UNION -32 + BaITY, E. '38 Bonanno, B. '77 (3) + Botsford , N. Jr. '54 + Bronner, F. '23 * Cassidy, E. II'. '58 (2) + Cooch, R. '43 + Fah y, C. '40 (2) * Frecma n, E . '25 (9) * Gal'deski, J. J r. '51 • *Grant, IV. '49 (9) +G reve, ./ . '5 1 + Groet, J. '35 + I-Ianle, C. '62 (15) Harvey, '65 + Hesse, \\. '49 (6) + Hughes, L. '46 (3) + Klelll, D.]r. :56 (5) Lut z, W. I'. 82 *MoullOn , E. II'. '37 (4) Olson, C. '36 * O'Meara, M . ./r. '50 (2) Pratt, G. '27 +Putman, T. '52 (15) + Robin son, T. II '42 (15) *Roth, H. '30 (8) + Searle,. C. '3 1 + Steidle, J. J I'. '40 (5) +Thompson, J. '76 + Thompso n, J. '77 * Thurber IV '33 + Tre mbati" J'. '77 * Wallace, W. III '48 (7)

J-

VIRGINA-43 Ahlel's, R. Jr. '68 Alvis, S. J I'. '32 +Ashbury, M. II'. '54 + Balfanz, A. ':f4 + Boo nnan , B. '75 (2) + Boss, I-I. '26 (9) + Burk, R. '34 + Burke, H. '45 (3) * Carneal, R. '43 (3) DiNunzio, J. '61 (2) DoumaI', R. '51 (3) DraYlOn, A. '33

+ ~~::l~ll:'GU\%

gt

'63

~~~~~~II:'~: J33'29 (6)

* foulkr od , R. '42 (5) Giornelli, G. '82 + Hahn, C. Jr. '35 + Hastings, C. '42 (2) + Hastings, R. Jr. '41 * Howell; W. II'. '43 (9) • + lones , G. ' 3~ (4) *l.inville, T . '26 Marlow, \V. Jr. '66 + Malhews, E. r. '5 1 (2) * McConchie, r. Jr. '51 (2) + McDowell, T. '30

J

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

+ Pence, J. '75 (9) *Reusing , W. '62 (14) • Shelton, G. '38 ( II ) *Shumate, J. '28 (2) Simons, R. '75 (3) + StralOn, F. '55 (9) +Templeton, H. '67 (2) + Tilton, J. '40 + Williams, R. Jr. '55 + Wingfield, C. Jr. '75 (2) +Young,J. '50 (3) Zeisler, K. '42 (8) + Ze tkulic, J. J r. ' 78 VIRGINIA TECH - 2 + DiBenedetto, J. '84 + Parks, D. '82

U,C,L.A , - 12 * Carter, E. '32 (15) + Dike, H . '37 (2) * Frink, A. '38 (6) • *Henkle, T. '50 (II) * Howard, S. '4 1 (3) * Iorda n, R. '5 1 (3) + Leiffer, D. '30 (7) + Mancini, A. '49 (2) * O'Neal, R. '34 (14) * Rogers, M. II'. '33 (4) Sigler, S. '49 *Woods, W. '50 (6)

:

+ l'vIcGo wan, B. '66 + Mountcastlc, E. '59 (2)

WASHINGTON - 78 +Ash , E. '36 + Bailey, C. '60 + Bailey, R. '6 1 * Bargreen , H . '66 (2) * Beebe, C. '35 (1 3) + Bibb, R. '44 (2) *Bowe n, G. '31 (4) '" Brown, S. Sr. '27 + Bryan, R. '56 * Byles, C. '25 (14) + Clark, T.Jr. '5 1 * Clifford, A. Jr. '35 (9) + Clift, R. '61 *Clifton, C. Jr. '35 (7) + Clinton, E. '33 + Cobley, G. '4 1 (2) Comstock, D. '83 (2) + Comstock, M. '82 (2) • * Corey, J. '34 (9) • *Dobb, H. '41 (6) + Donnan, D. '53 + Douglas, D. '82 * Drumheller, T. Jr. '29 + Emory, S. '72 (3) * Eyler, J. y. '69 (6) * Fagan, R. '52 (9) + Fall, D. '34 (2) * Haggen, D. '53 (3) + Harris, G. '71 (7) + Harris, R. '49 (15) + Hayton, G, '74 (7) + Hcnderson, S. '64 * Holden, W. '30 (2) Huffine, C. '29 (14) + Jacroux, P. '59 (10) + Jone s, E. '50 *Kaneta, K. '59 (15) + Keen, B. '50 (2) + Koc h, A. '32 (15) • Kraft, D. '48 Lochow, R. '40 + Lowry, L. '27 + Lyman, J. '67 MacMillan, l. '51 Marshall,J. '42 (15) *Martin, R. '59 (15) • McCush, G. '23 (6) * McKay, R. '59 (2) • Meier, R. '73 (12) • Morford, J. '51 (7) + Murphy, D. '43 (3) ' Olson, R. '61 (7) + Osborne, A. '45 (2) *Pete rso n, W. '22 (14) * Putnam, G. '39 (14) Reber, I. '66 + Richards, R. '42 Roberts, R. '35 Robinson, J. '73 + Rosenquist, T. '69 (5) + Ryan, J. '31 * Scott, W. '30 (10) + Seifert, T. '56 Senechal, I. '43 (3) + Sidor, J. '84 Smith, H. Jr. '43 + Solberg, T. '66 (8) + Travis, J. '54 + Trepp, M. '35 (5) *Tuohy, P. '53 (5) + Turulja, K. '82 (2) *Ulrich, L. '40 (14) * Vannice, D. '51 + 'Vatcrs, D. '39 Whiling, R. '35 • Wick, D. '59 (3) + Winters, J. '52 (15) + Wood yard , S. '34 (9)

*

October, 1985

WASHINGTON & LEE - 9 • Codin, J. '55 (2) + Horine, G. '28 (2) * Hustcr, H . '32 Lawrence, L. '59 (2) + Longacre , C. Jr. '33 (6) Mulrer. 1'. '55 (4) * Richardson, D. '43 (7) + Riddle, B'].r. '50 (2) + Wade, T. r. '23 (15)

+ Gra ham, A. '60 !~~~I,n~er'%'lw '73 (5) + Kee lan, J. '48 * Lewis, W. '5 1 (10) • McC rudden , B. '65 (3) McKay, A. '59 Ollerhead, W. '29 + Orr, J. '40 (8) + Pryce, M. '36 (2) * QlIerney, A. '54 (4) * Robens , R. '55 (6) + Robinson, H. '50 *Warden, M. '50 * Wil son , J. '80 (2)

WASHINGTON STATE - 40 + Altomari, T. '68 • Amos, L. '68 (7) • * Antllsh, S. '84 (2) + Arveson, C. '23 (9) Bachtold , W. '35 (2) WESTERN RESERVE - 35 + Beck, J. '36 + Aggarwal, V. '70 Bcrry, L. '55 * Angelotta, J. '45 (10) + Bills, J. '74 (3) Barnholt, H. '40 Bayless, W. '33 * Booth, J. '35 (4) * Brandenburg, R. '55 (7) Bloch, J. '45 (5) *Burg, K. '50 (15) * Bobey, M. '35 (15) Butherlls, H . J r. '36 (10) • Bray, D. '50 (7) + Clark, B. '75 * Uricker, J. '35 (8) *CliffOI'd , B. '46 (7) +Cookson, C. '5 1 (15) + Delabarre, M. '80 Coo per, T. '5 1 (9) + Drazan. G. '34 + DickcJman , J. '37 + Duffy, D. '37 (9) + Glor, P. '4 2 *Enders, J. Ir. '39 (15) + Irvin, R. '38 (3) + Gebo, R. '10 .Johnson, R. '32 (3) Harding, K. '73 * Jon es, P. '23 (10) + Harris, M. '31 (4) + Katzenme)'eI', W. '36 (14). Hummcl, C. '24 * H)'Slop, V. Jr. '47 (2) : + Jacobs, D. '4 1 +North , J. '34 (14) + Peck, P. '63 (8) *Johnson , O. '39 (15) • Johnson , R. '39 (7) Phelps, R. '4 I + Judd, T. '71 * Philhps, E. '28 (14) Klasen, J. '76' *Pietro , L. Jr. '50 Leipham, H. '2 7 (3) + Rabe, W. 51 (3) + Leonard, D. '82 + Ries , J. '41 (2) + Lewis, G. '43 (6) + Sheen, A. '75 * Marble, E. '58 *Sisler, C. '46 (14) + McConn ell , P. '83 +Sm ilh, A. JI'. '22 (5) + Morcman, V. J r~ '63 + Stelzelberger, P. '23 (4) + Morris, H . '24 (15) + T)'sl, K. '83 + Nm'otnc )', T . '74 * Vent resca, A. '53 (10) *Rothrock, D. '69 (5) + Williams, L. '3 2 + Stallcop, P. '38 *Wilmore, W. '46 (15) *Studle , G. '5 7 (14) + Zilli, H. Jr. '53 (3) + Wiggs , R. '50 + Zito, A. J r. '64

~~~~"in~' ~~~:

WESLEYAN - 2 * AndeI'son , R. '20 (4) + Lindse)" H . ' 18

WICHITA- 20 + Blac k, E. '32 + Bolin, R. '82 + Bottenfield . J. '29 (2) Bright, F. '64 WESTERN ILLNOIS - 4 + Carpenter, D. Ir. '8 1 (4) . + Bruegger, B. '75 (3) Cook, R. J r. '62 + Jo)'ce , M. '79 + Craver, A. '51 + Kopp, G. '75 + Elrick, IV. '63 (2) Schmidet" K. '83 Farha , F. Jr. '55 + Hampto n, G. '79 (6) WESTERN MICHIGAN - 23 + H edden, K. '66 (13) '" Hutchinson , E. '43 (15) + Bidwell , D. '6 1 (2) Isely, C. Jr. '30 • Brennan , M. '63 (2) + Knackstedt, L. '82 (2) *Butier, IV. '6 1 (12) + Kucharo, J. '65 + Davidson, J. '59 + Laham, D. '79 Dirkscn, R.. 11'. '70 Li ebst, M. '82 + Goldstone, M. '71 * Marsh , I. '77 (2) • *Hale, G. '52 (15) * Meye r, l '77 (3) + Harden, G. '60 (15) * Wall ace, D. '33 (2) • Ida, R. '67 (3) + Kanemor i, D. '66 (13) * Levitan, R. '63 WILLIAMS - 18 * Lightfoot, D. Ir. '56 (5) * Adsit, W. '30 (6) + Malloch, I. '60 (2) + Bankes, R. Jr. '66 (5) * Mistclc, C. '65 Buck, R. '44 (2) Perry, D. '69 (2) + Clarke, D. '30 (9) * Perry, E. '76 (6) + Dodge, R. '36 (2) * Ridle)', B. '69 + Ellis, A. Jr. '36 (8) + Rawlinson, J. '7 3 Frost, F. '25 (3) * Samczyk, J. Jr. '56 (2) Gepson, J .,'65 (10) Schuclcl', J. 71 + GIll, J. J r. 38 • SmolaI'ski, R. '70 (6) + Ha)" J. '48 (6) StaI'ke)" G. '58 (2) + lones, W';31 (3) + Wirgall, E.Jr. '6 1 (2) + Lape)" P. 30 + LI'nn, J. '36 (5) *w cGrego r, H. Ir. '40 ( 15) WESTERN ONTARIO - 23 Rowland, R. '33 (10) * Barlon, W. '45 (5) :I< Svcnson, O. Jr. '50 + Britton, W. '58 (2) + Tyler, D. '41 (9) + Burkman, H . '76 (7) + Vose, A. '35 (2) * Caldwell, G. '52 (8) • Cluff, J. '74 (8) * Emmott. R. '46 WILMINGTON - 1 + Esler, J. J r. '83 * Cole, D. '7 2 (6) * Fraser, W. '34 (8)

WISCONSIN - 98 * Adler, R. '46 (10) + Allman, R. '58 (3) * Anderson, D. '48 (4) • * Aring, C.Jr. '48 (13) Baumann , W. '57 + Becker, W. '69 (7) * Bernd , J. '55 (4) * Bryant, A. '64 * Buist, J . '53 (5) • Byrns, J. '38 + Camberis, G. '78 (6) + Casper, R. '65 * Combacker, H. '23 (8) + Curran, D. '52 Davenport, I. '40 (2) *Davidson , i-l. '31 Da y, G. Jr. '70 (2) Desnoyers, P. ' 16 (15) *DiRenzo, R. '50 (6) + Diebold, M. '25 (9) + Dingee, J. '34 (2) * Douglas, I. '39 (4) Drewry, R. '49 Edgerton, S. '40 (8) * fellows, D. '49 (6) • *Folsom , H . '30 ( 13) + Forester, J . '33 (8) *Forester, R. '3 1 (15) • Fulscher, M. '65 + Giroulx, B. '45 + Goeb, P. '39 * Guenther, V. '25 (4) + Gunning, J. '4 1 Guticrrcz, P. '78 • Habighorst, D. '65 ( 15) + Heilman , D. '72 (2) + HelTo, C. '43 (15) Herro, M. '79 Herzer, D. '54 (2) + Holland, J. '7 I (8) + Hornung, M. '80 + Hugunin, A. '67 (4) *Jacobus, C. '50 *Jacobus, R. '51 (3) + Iames, R. ~ I'. '72 + Kahler, J. 69 (7) + Kalt, H. '64 + Mahoney, I. '53 + May, C. '48 (8) • • McGehee J. '38 (15) McLimans, R. '68 (6) *Mead,J . '61 (8) + Meyers, D. '77 (3) + Miller, S. '70 (7) * MUI'phy, F. '31 (4) + Murphy, W. '28 (2) + MUITay, W. '64 (3) * Nelson, C. '27 (15) + Nesbitt, W. '76 (6) O'Neill , R. '78 (2) + PeITY, R. '68 + Petn, R. '37 + Pike, J. '78 (3) + Pope, C. '52 +Quale, N. '43 Roup , C. '67 (6) * Ruedebu sch , C. '67 +Sa lzwedel , R. '62 (2) * Schmitz, G . '25 (9) + Schmitz, R. '1 9 Selzer, L. '41 Shall', B'].r. '67 + Sippi, J. r. '70 (7) * Solomon, E. '3 1 (8) + Spickard, L. '20 (9) + Splinder, J. '43 + SpI'enger, J. '50 (3) + Stack, J. '60 Standish , M. '42 Stein, J. '84 Stevens, H. '28 (4) + Stevens, M. '23 (4) Still, B. '28 (2) + Still, D. '31 (2) + Stone, C. '30 *Stowe, P. '28 (4) + Terwilliger, H . '36 (4) + Thompson , R. '67 (8) + Torme )" T . Jr. '32 (5) • + Trachsel, W. '59 (14) + Traisman, S. '69 Trubshaw, F. '43 (5) + Ullrich, I. '37 (15) + Vinson, D. '59 (5) * Walcisak, R. '7 4 (8) WebeI', G. III '70 + Yankow, R. '66 (2) + Zahn, R. '41 (4)

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STATHIENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Jun e 30, 1985 and 1984 1985

1984

General funds: Assets:

Ca~}l i~b~lt7~i,~~~e$~~~~73Yi~at~~~~~~~nl~~t~. $

respectivel}¡}

Inves tment income receh'able Chapter supplies, at cost Notes and other- recei\'abl es from chapters, less allo wance for doubtful accounts of .$13,885 Note receivable from sale of Kent State property Other assets Property an d equipment: Land and land improvements Headqu arters building and imp rove ments Office equipment Less: accumulated dep,-cciation Net properly and equipment Total assets

Liabilities: Accounts payable and accru ed expenses Equipment lease obligation Due to permanent tru st fund Funds held for inacti ve chapter Contingcm liabilities TOlal liabilities Net general fund assets Permanent trust fun d: Assets: Cash InvestmeJ1ls in marketable securities, at cost (market values of $1 ,020, 327

85,852 $ 22,366 44,899

88,353 23,846 37,690

220,645 44,530 5,731

223,653 45 ,320 12,667

35,873 174,902 134,230 (166,253) 178,752 602,775

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

30,214 16,801

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

54,469

~ ~ 501,291

~

30,584 989,882

and $820,610, respective I}') Due from general fund Total assets Liabilities: Due to banks Net perm anent fund assets "'-rotal net assets

1,020,466 1,020,466 $1,521,757

Re8resenting balances for:

949,980

~ 979,980

~

978,28 I $1,461,956

$ 550,199 $ 414,628 (368,67 1) (25 1,9 1 I ) 3 19,763 320,958 501 ,291 483,675 1,020,466 978,28 1 $1,521,757 $1,46 1,956

Edt~~=~;~~iJuf~~d

Chapter loan fund Total general funds Perman ent trust fund Total fund s

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FlNAN C1AL POSITION YEAR ENDE D JUNE 30, 1985 WITH COMPARATIV E TOTALS FOR 1984

Cash was provided by: Excess of reven ues over expenses Items included in operations not affecting cash: Provision for derredation (Gain) on sa le 0 in vestments (Increase) decrease in : Receivables Chapler supplies Other assets (Decrease) increase in: Accounts payable and

f.{~~d~t~{,lf~:~~acti\'e

General Funds

Permanent Trust Fund

$17,616

$ 42,185

15,379

$ (24,054 )

15 ,379

14,449 (32,755)

5,278 (7,209) 6,936

49,923 9,8 14 14,366

(3,680)

(4,65 1)

~ 39,041

3,954 3 1,046

436,493

436,493

377,925,

30,000

30,000

464,794

505,534

434,210

434,2 10 9,881 3,360 30,000 477,451 $ 28,083

5,278 (7,209) 6,936 (1,981)

$ 59,801

(42, 185)

(42, 185)

chapter ~ Cash provided by operations 40,740 Proceeds from the sale o f inves tments Proceeds from repayment of interfund receivable Increase in lease obligation Total cas h provided 40,740 Cash was used for: Purchases of in vestments Purchase of fixed assets 9,881 3,360 Paymem of lease obl:ration Payment of interft!n liability 30,000 Total cash used 43,241 Increase (decrease) in cash $ (2,501)

Total all funds 1985 1984

(1,699) (1,699)

434,210 $ 30,584

~ 429,132

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

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 fun ctional expenses present fairly the. financial position of Delta Upsilon Fraternity at June 30, 1985 and 1984 arid 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 state-

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ments were made in accordance with generally accepted a uditing standards and accordingly included such tests of th e acco unting records and such other auditing procedures as we conside red necessary in the circumstances. Price Waterhouse Indianapolis, India na Jul y 19, 1985

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 1985 AND 1984 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, 1985 it has 87 undergraduate cha pters located throughout the United States and in Canada, Each cha pter is a sepa rate co rporate entity having its own bylaws and thus their financi al position and revenues and expenses are not consolidated in the accompanying financial statements of the international fraternity. Th e various funds , maintained in accordance with their objectives as determined by the provisions of th e 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 Inte rnal Revenue Code, is accounted for in this fund . Chapter Loan Fund - Accounts for funds available for loans to various chapters. Pemzanent Trust Fund - The permanent trust fund balance re presents an investme nt portfolio prima rily composed of stocks, bonds, and demand notes. Investment income accrues to the Ed ucational Fund . Gain or loss on the sale of securities accrues to the Permanent Trust Fund.

The accounting records of the Frate rnity 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 membership fees - Pledge, initiation and membership fee inco me are recognized when paid by th e chapter. Mm'ketable secw'ities - 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 amortized cost. Pl'Operty 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 Land improveme nts Office equipment

generally 40 years 20 years 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 SUPp01't - 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) of the Internal Revenue Code, except for non-membership income as more fully discussed below. Accordingly, no provision is made for federal or Indiana income taxes.

All nonmembership income, prima rily investment income, is subject to federal income tax , except to the extent such income is utilized for the tax exempt purposes of the Fraternity. DELTA

U PS ILON

QUARTERLY â&#x20AC;˘

October, 1985


NOTE 2 -

MARKETABLE SECURITIES:-

NOTE 4 -

The cost and market value of marketable securities held in the Permanent Trust Fund at June 30, 1985 and 1984 are as follows: 1985 Cost Demand notes $ 67,000 Common stocks 405,865 Bonds and debentures 517,017 $989,882

1984 Market

Cost

Market

67,000 534,106

$ 196,000 287,088

$ 196,000 336,812

419,221 $ 1,020,327

466,892 $949,980

287,798 $820,610

$

NOTE 5 -

LEASES:

Delta Upsilon leases certain office equipment under a capital lease, with a 3 year remaining term. Future minimum lease payments remaining und er this equipment lease at June 30, 1985 are $6,687 (1986), $6,687 (1987) and $9,0 I 9 (1988). Included in such payments are $5,592 of interest costs.

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 marketable bonds and debentures until maturity by meeting cash requirements through the operations of the Fraternity and use of other marketable securities. NOTE 3 -

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 1985 and 1984 was $10,175 and $9,313, respectively.

NOTE 6 -

FUNDS HELD FOR INACTIVE CljAPTER:

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 purchase 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 intention of the Fraternity to remit an amount equal to the net proceeds from the sale to the chapter.

NOTES RECEIVABLE FROM CHAPTERS:

Certain notes receivable from chapters in the amount of$230,611 bear interest at 5% to 13% per year and are due in varying installments through 2005 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 7 -

CONTINGENT LIABILITIES:

The Fraternity has guaranteed certain liabilities for four of its chapters. AtJune 30, 1985 guarantees were outstanding on approximately $149,500 of such liabilities.

STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES YEAR ENDEDJUNE 30,1985 WITlI COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1984

Operating Fund Revenues: Pledge and initiation fees Membership fees Installation and affiliate fees Alumni support Investment II1comc from permanent trust fund investments Net realized gain on sale of securities Interest income fl"Om chapter loans Grant received from Delta Upsilon Educatiol1ctl Foundation Chapin merchandise & supplies Other Total revenues Expenses: .C hapter services Alumni services General administrative Quarterly magazine Alumni support and loyal life memberships Convention, conference and assemblies Committees, ofOcers and dil-ectol-s Chapter loan expense Total expenses Excess of revenues over expenses Fund balances, beginning of year Fund balances, end of year

$316,394 71,160 23,785 133,872

Chapter Loan Fund

Educational Fund

$

Permanent Trust Fund $

61,031 42,185 16,371 12,063 27,901 47,989

~

~ 94,566

179,620 58,586 118,085 59,668 57,035 4,823 7,7 13

32,392 22,783 50,607 20,964

485,530 135,57 1 414,628 $550,199

211,326 ( 116,760) (251,911) $(368,671)

76,867 7,713

TOlal all funds 1985 1984 316,394 71,160 23,785 133,872 61,031 42,185 . 16,371 12,063 27,901 53,090 757,852

$ 279,969 57,375 16,050 129,375 63,730 32,755 25,589 13,683 27,83 1

212,012 81,369 168,692 80,632 57,035 81,690 15,426

215,276 81,168 155,735 86,053 68,387 62,479 17,684

~ 698,051 59,801 1,46 1,956 $1,521,757

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686,782 (24,054) 1,486,010 $1,461,956

STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1985 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1984

Salaries: Executive and field staff Office Pension Payroll taxes Travel expenses Le~al and audit Te ephone and utilities Postage and express Printing, artwork, paJ)er, etc. Buil .ing and grounds maintenance Membership certificates, badges, manuals, etc. Insurance Data lrrocessing services ad ressing. and rrogrammln g o fice supplies Computer expenses Olher Total expenses before depreciation Depreciation - building and equipment Total expenses

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$ 56,452 41,492 2,875 7,153 44,23 1

$15,784 29,895 4,269 3,242 13,609

10,682 13,733 '

1,526 4,578

887

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$ 2,992 6,116 285 643

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Convention, confere nce and assemblies 3,316 8,734 665 976 63,770

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$ 83,032 125,335 10,175 15,316 147,054 11 ,83 1 15 ,260 44,211

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

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114,244

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18,662 8,462

212,012

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8 1,369

153,3 13

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15,379 $ 168,692

. October, 1985

189 80,632 $80,632

57,035 557,035

81,690 $81,690

15,426 $ 15,426

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Nebraska delegation accepts the Dr. Karl and J eanetta Menninger award for a significant philanthTOpic project as presented by newly elected undergraduate director Richard Schooley.

The Washington State Chapter delegation accepts the certificate for Directors' Division Award for Improvement as presented by John Hammond, Secretary of the Fraternity.

I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING

Report of the Treasurer . Careful Management Produces Improved Results For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, the Delta Upsilon Fraternity had an excess of operating income over operating expenses of some $59,000. It has been several years since we have been able to report such an outstanding record. The explanation for this year's success is that several income items improved greatly, our collection of funds due to the Fraternity by the undergraduate chapters was more effective and a continuing program of cost control of expense items all worked together to present this fine result. It would be improper not to express appreciation to the Chairman , the Executive Director and his staff for their time and cooperation in attending to the stewardship of our limited funds. In our budgeting, we projected that we could increase our operating income by some $30,000 while our realized figure was right at $85,000. We continue to benefit from the resurgence of interest in fraternities on the college campus and at the same time our undergraduate brothers increased our pledge and initiation fee income by almost 9%. The reinstalled membership fee for the undergraduates is becoming a major component of our income statement. The alumni support program continues to report excellent growth and this year's total reached a new high of over $133,000 and this figure represents right at 19% of our operating income. The year-end membership of the President's Club increased by 12% to a record 491 members. For the eleventh year in a row the alumni of the Purdue Chapter have provided more contributions than any other chapter. One must realize that the cornerstone of the total finances of the Fraternity continues to be the revenues furnished by our undergraduates. We were pleased to notice that this year this income item increased by just under 9%. This year's grant from the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation helped defray the expenses of the annual Leadership Confer-

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ence, the Regional Leadership Seminars and the Presidents' Forums. 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 programming. Please keep in mind that a careful analysis of our total financial resources would indicate that the appropriate size for our Permanent Trust Fund would be about three million dollars above our present level. In the statement of functional expenses you may notice that $212,000 or 31 % of our total expenditures were allocated to services for the undergraduates and the chapters. This figure does not include the $81,000 utilized for the Convention, Leadership Seminars, the Assembly of Trustees meeting and other related activities. Together these two items comprise more than 43% 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 ofCertified Public Accountants for not-for-profit organizations. In summary, we have just completed a very successful financial year in the glorious history of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. We must be ever vigilant to the rising costs of running an outstanding organization such as our Fraternity as many of our major competitors are not reporting a positive financial record for 1984-'85. We shall continue to prudently manage our well conceived financial programs and ask that each one of you continue your loyal support. Of course, it would be most appreciated if more of you alumni would join our giving programs. I deem it an honor to serve as your treasurer.

DONAIJD C. Treasurer

RASMUSSEN

AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST

Obituaries AMHERST Alvord N. Goulding '34,Jan. 28,1985 AUBURN J. K. Dixon, Sr. '39, Dec. 17, 1983 BOWLING GREEN Ralph E. Prohaska '50, July 9, 1984 BRITISH COLUMBIA Arthur C. Johnson '44, July 2, 1985 BROWN James Q. Dealey, Jr. '20, April 25, 1985 Frederick H. Greene '15,Jan. 11, 1985 Raymond H. Whitehead '20 BUCKNELL Stanley P. Davies '12, April 5, 1985 CALIFORNIA Robert E. Agnew '32, Feb. 17, 1985 CARNEGIE R. T. Ferrenz '43, April 9, 1985 James T. O'Conner '26, May 20, 1985 CHICAGO William D. Mabie '24, Sept. 16, 1984 COLGATE Carl S. Benson '19, April 12, 1985 Richard A. Davis '4 r, March 30, 1985 Alan F. Doyle '39, May 30, 1985 C. Gordon Ferguson '36, May 23, 1985 Richard B. Mericle '58, Jan. 18, 1985 Perry S. Phelps '36, Jan. 22, 1985 Willard B. Reinhart '33,July 2,1984 CORNELL Chester F. Burnham '29, June 28, 1985 HAMILTON James H. Frear III '37,June 4,1985 ILLINOIS George L. Chandler '22 Herman W. Stein '22

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INDIANA *Anthony]. Hassmer '46 John W. Hirschmann '38, Mar. 12, 1985 IOWA STATE Frank C. DeLucia '39, July 2, 1985 Edward L. Peoples '39 H . F. Templeton '19, August, 1984 KANSAS Nicholas Apollonio '23 , May 7, 1985 Augustine H. Gibson '33 , Feb. 12, 1985 *Oliver C. Kuhl '24 LAFAYETTE Stuart N. Hutchison,Jr. '32, Dec. 7, 1984 Richard C. Keyser '34, Feb. 13, 1985 LEHIGH James]. Mahlbacher '80, Dec. 12, 1984 LOUISIANA STATE Arthur C. Lewis, Jr. '42, July 23,1985 MANITOBA John R. LaCroix '37, July 16, 1985 Hartley T. Millman '29, Fall 1984 *John D. Stephen '27 MARIETTA Charles F. Bruny '27 MCGILL Robert T. Bowman '32, 1984 Thelburt.J. Metayer '32 Charles E. Parish '30 MIAMI Edwin B. Hecker '33 , April 8, 1985 Roy D. Hern '38, March 9, 1985 Carl S. Joseph '25, Aug. 5, 1985 James H. Rodabaugh '32, May 1985 MICHIGAN James A. Lafer, Sr. '27 Bradley A. Zuckerman '85, March 23 , 1985 MICHIGAN STATE Robert P. Werner '52 , March 20, 1985 MIDDLEBURY B. Clark,Johnson '32, Jan. 24, 1985 Michael Tanes '50, Dec. II, 1984 MINNESOTA Evan F. Cary '18 MISSOURI Harry B. Winchester, Jr. '52 NEBRASKA K. L. Thompson '14, Dec. 14, 1982 NORTH CAROLINA Richard B. Gant, Jr. '75 OREGON . John W. Gendron '40, June 15, 1985 Alfred M. Sorensen '43, May 21,1985 OREGON STATE Warren L. Marley '28 L. E. McClintock '20, Feb. 12, 1985 Howard W. Raabe '35 , Jan. 2,1985

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PENNSYLVANIA Frank H. Forster ' 16, 1984 PURDUE George]. Brown '22 , Dec. 31,1984 George H . Fisher '36 William P. Kinneman '24, Dec. 27, 1984 Gustave A. Klotz '36, Jan. 21, 1985 Earl A. MacBride '34, IVIay 29, 1985 Jeffrey L. McCollough '82, April 16, 1985 Lawrence.J. Purgett '20, March 3, 1985 William E. Rose ' 19, June 22, 1985 Edward B. Shaver '35, Jan. 15, 1985 W . William Thies '32, July 27, 1980 ROCHESTER C. Edward Cooley '22 , Dec. 19, 1984 Verne r R. Love '31, May 24, 1985 RUTGERS John H. Hatfield '27 Cecil L. Mulford '27 C. Christian Stockel, .I r. '34, Apr. 10, 1985 STANFORD George V. Malmgren III '66, July 1, 1985 SWARTHMORE Peter D . Heagle '53, April 28, 1985 SYRACUSE Douglas S. Boggs '45, Feb. 16, 1985 Charles W. Hinds, Jr. '68, July 1983 John B. Leader '72, July 26, 1985 Morgan H. Lewis' 14, 1979 Donald T. Perkins '35 , 1970 Irvine A. Williams '14 TECHNOLOGY John A. Dodge '39, May 9, 1985 Melville E. Hitchcock '37, March 9,1985 James S. McDonnell '23, 1980 TORONTO Duncan H. Findlay '25, 1982 Franklin D. Turville '31 , January 1984 TUFTS Robert B. Easton '45, April 5, 1985 Federick M. Russell '40, May 28, 1985 TYLER Gordon M. Hurst '85, April 26, 1985 UNION James W. Lang '63, Dec. 5,1984 Herman H. Rauch '35, May 19, 1983 Wilbur S. Roberts , J r. '30, May 15, 1985 Jesse R. Sherman '39, Feb. 5, 1985 Edward F. Sullivan '33, April 19, 1985 WASHINGTON William P. Reed '32, Oct. 13, 1984 WASHINGTON STATE Gilbert D. Swanson '61 WESLEYAN Harry E. Lindsey '18, Jan. 26, 1985 WESTERN ONTARIO

Arlington accepts the Best Community Relations Project Award from Vice President William Greenberg.

Bentley l. Baldwin '35 , April 6 , 1984 WESTERN RESERVE James R. Geraci '85, May 1985 Lloyd C. Hoeltzel '25, May 28, 1985 Elmer C. Phillips '28,June 29,1985 WICHITA William C. Hinkle '50, .I anuary 6, 1980 WILLIAMS F. H. Loomis, Jr. '43 WISCONSIN F. T. S. Cameron '42 Howard R. Com backer '23, May 1, 1985 Ralph M. Crowley '26 Millerd S. Grant '29, May 14, 1985 Robert P . MacKinnon '41, May 4, 1985 'The Post Office has notified us of the death of these Brothers.

Business and Professional Directory

PHOTOGRAPHERS George A, Blair, Miami '37, Founder and President, Hospital Ponrait Service, Box 700, Red Bank, New Jersey (201) 741-1123. I nstalls automatic cameras in newborn nurseries of hospitals throughout the United States, Canada and foreign cou ntries to take pictu res of newborns for identification and keepsakes for the parents .

PLACEMENT AGENCIES Sally Walters Placement Agency 115 Sansome Street, Suite 1005 San Francisco 94 I 04 415-981-1414 Experienced professionals National & International Placement Don Seghi, C.E .C. Bradley '51

RESORTS On the Island of Kauai at the top of Waimea Canyon. Elevation - 3,600 ft. Furnished rental cabins $25 .00 per day, restaurant, cocktail lounge, gift shop and convenience store. Wm. P. Wrixon, California '60. P. O . Box 1289, Honolulu, HI 96807 .

Oregon State receives a certificatefrom Treasurer Donald Rasmussen as winners of the Trustees' Division Awardfm' Improvement.


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