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Insiders ' News Late news to inform and help collegiate and alumni DUs . Spencer joins D U professional staff joining the Delta Upsilon staff this August is Brother Daniel A. Spencer, Nebraska '87, who becomes DU's newest Leadership Consultant. Dan plans to spend a year workingfor DU, visiting chapters and colonies, and coordinating Regional Leadership Seminars and expansion projects. Then he'll enroll in dental school in fall 1988. Dan is the first Nebraska graduate on the DU staff since Brother Oscar Sandberg '59. The DU staff will grow by one or two more in December, when another Leadership Consultant or two will be hired. Drew Dunham continues as Director of Chapter Services, and Tom Hansen as Executive Director. Also working hard for DU from Headquarters is Al Parker, Purdue '75, Director of Development for the DU Educational Foundation. All can be reached at P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, IN 46240, and by phone at 317-875-8900.

Yet another D U "in space" You recall Brothers Brewster Shaw and Rob Rivers, astronaut and NASA pilot respectively, and their close call training flight reported in the last two issues of the Quarterly. Now comes word that on the next space shuttle mission, piloted by D U astronaut Rick Hauck, the medical crew at Edwards Air Force Base where the shuttle will land is headed up by yet another DU. Col. Harry E. "Ed" Marden,jr., Maine '72, is Chief of Aerospace Medicine at Edwards AFB. His wife Rose writes, "When you see the 'cracker box' ambulance on the runway on TV, Brother Ed is usually in it, ready to support NASA and the astronauts in any way that might be needed." Brother Marden was one of the founders of the Maine Chapter when it was installed in 1970.

RLS scheduled at seven sites DU's successful Regional Leadership Seminar program continues this winter, with meetings at seven regional sites on six weekends. Here's the tentative schedule of dates and host chapters, chosen by a vote at this year's meetings: Date Jan. 29-31 Feb. 5-7 Feb , 12-14 Feb, 19-21 Feb . 26-28 Mar, 4-6

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An added feature this year will be a program for alumni advisors. More details will be mailed through the D.U. Dialogue and to alumni working with chapters.

D U mailings help the handicapped Most DU alumni received a DU Telegram in September, as part of our annual alumni support campaign. One of the cost-saving features of our new program is hiring men and women through Handicapped Industries to affix mailing labels and insert the telegrams into the envelopes. We certainly hope you'll make this program even more effective by sending your annual donation with the same efficiency these fine men and women use in getting DU mailings ready.

Alumni club reports needed We would love to publish reports of your D U alumni club events. Simply mail them to the Headquarters address, and we'll get an account in the next issue. Black and white photos are welcome, too.

R ecognizing our men lost in battle In a special issue after the Second World War, the Quarterly listed all DUs killed or missing in action from that great conflict. There is a need to recognize DUs lost or missing in battle at the International Fraternity headquarters, through a plaque or similar commemorative. Toward this goal, we would appreciate advice from men who have worked with such efforts. Suggestions are particularly welcome on how best to confirm reports of men killed or missing. Your advice can be sent to DU headquarters; mark it to the attention of Military Records. The American Civil War is perhaps too far in the past to accurately list names. But we can make a good effort at the Spanish-American War, the two World Wars, the Korean and Vietnam wars, and any other conflicts where American or Canadian DUs were killed or listed as missing in battle.

Michigan chapter house featured In a recent Michigan Alumnus, the Michigan Chapter's house at 1331 Hill Street was featured in an article about Greek housing. The DU house, built in 1903, was designed by noted architect Albert Kahn, and is Ann Arbor's oldest fraternity house.

Those missing asterisks. In the last issue, we listed DU chapters whose charters have been suspended or otherwise are not active, and campuses where DU once had a chapter but where the charter has been withdrawn. The article stated that asterisks would show those campuses not now ripe for DU's return. But our research on those campuses was incomplete. So we dropped the asterisks from the lists; we should have dropped the reference in the article, too.

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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY OFFICERS President The Honorable Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 (Vice Chairman) Judge of the District Court Shawnee County Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603 Chairman of the Board Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '51 Dover House South Shore Drive Tucker's Town, Bermuda Vice-Presidents William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 P.O. Box 381, Station Q Toronto, Ontario M4T 2M5 B, Anthony Isaac. Technology '75 The Residence Inn Company

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D09~~6 ~:Ja~~tl; .f:~s::;75 Weatherby Lake, Missouri 64152 (1987) Gary J. Golden. Rutgers '74 3509 Embudito, NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111 (1988) Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 Shields Asset Management Inc. 701 Westchester Avenue White Plains, New York 10604 (1987) Andrew L. Matthews, Texas '88 Delta 2~f~i1~~o~r;~~rnity Austin, Texas 78705 (1988) Robert L. Tyburski. Colgate '74 71 Madison Street Hamilton, New York 13346 (1988) Past Presidents Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State '18 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 O. Edward Pollock. Virginia '51 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Executive Director and Editor Thomas D. Hansen Director of Development Alan D. Parker Director of Chapter Services Andrew M. Dunham Leadership Consultant Daniel A. Spencer Assistant Editors Barbara A. Harness Jo Ellen Walden Official Photographer Ed Lacey. Jr. Advertising Representative ParQuil Associates, Ltd. 341 Elm Avenue Bogota, N J 07603 (201) 34g-7766 DELTA 'UPSILON qUARTERLY. a publication of the Delta Upsilon FraterOltr. 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 cOlJies 75¢. POSTMASTER: Send address chan~es i~ 4~~~0_~slib~~ Quarterly, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapo is, Second-class postage paid at Indianapolis, Indiana and at additional mailing offices, ~ T. M. Registered U. S. Patent Office.

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Fantastic DU Convention In a major weekend of leadership training and fellowship. 300 DUs meet at Indiana University in August

Your Foundation at work Brother Maury Mandel. Chairman of the DU Educational Foundation. reports on its plans for DU'sfuture

A year of Constitutions u.s.

As the celebrates another Bicentennial. Canada and Delta U consider vital changes in historic documents

DUs on entertainment scene Brothers Alan Thicke and John Davidson. plus a newcomer and some coaches. show the world their talents

What the Convention means President Bullock puts the great new Convention into focus: What does it mean to our young men?

A year of changes Treasurer Huntoon reports on last year's finances for our Fraternity in an important time of transition

Your annual DU Honor Roll Another record year of alumni support shows almost 3.700 men contributing to Delta U through last June 30

Departments: Insiders' News - Inside front cover· Newsmakers - 97-99 • New DU Initiates - 102 • Bookshelf - 102 • President's Club - 104-106 • Marketplace - 107 • A DU Perspective - 111 • Vital Statistics - 120 • In the Next Issue - Inside back cover.

cover These scenes typify the Leadership Conference and Convention. held at Indiana University on August 14-17_ Upper left: two delegates look through the program to choose among more than 50 different session offerings. Upper right: delegates at the Convention session ponder important Constitution and By-Laws changes. Lower left: Vice President William Greenberg demonstrates a DU strength - alumni advising undergraduates. Lower right: Kansas delegates proudly display their Sweepstakes trophy. Photos by Sidney Sander, Sander Studio, Bloomington. Ind.


Spectacular! 300 undergrads, alumni find great new DU spirit at milestone Convention

Thursday, August 13

The anticipation was palatable as the first delegates and alumni rolled into Bloomington for the biggest Delta Upsilon Leadership Conference and Convention in more than 15 years. On a campus site again, Delta U expected about 300 delegates and 25 alumni for the four-day program. And the first men to arrive were members of the Undergraduate Advisory Board, men who were elected at the Province meetings last winter. Their meeting was a good one. They heard staff reports on progress made in our Fraternity over the past year, and reviewed the constitutional changes to be proposed at Convention on Sunday. The UGAB made two suggestions. First, if the DU Board of Directors is expanded under the proposed amendments, the number of undergraduates should also be ex. panded from one to two or three. Second, UGAB members noted progress in alcohol responsibility at many chapters, but asked that severe measures be taken against those chapters which seem dedicated to the past and haven't made the needed improvements. Harper Hall, on the north side of the Indiana University campus, was the lodging and dining headquarters for the Conference and Convention. About a 10-minute walk to the south were Woodburn Hall, where most of the educational sessions were held, and the Indiana Memorial Union, site of the

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reception, banquet and awards ceremony on Sunday night. Friday, August 14 The UGAB members met first thing Friday and held some important elections. Brother Drew Matthews, Texas '88, was elected as the Undergraduate Director. Filling the proposed second and third spots, should they be approved, were Brothers Tony Thill, Kansas '88, and R. Allan LaBerge, Washington '88. Brother Kevin Jameson, San Jose '88, was chosen as president of the UGAB, while Dan Spencer, Nebraska '87, served as secretary. Then the UGAB men began to earn their keep as the registrars for the Conference. Registration tables and materials were readied and at noon the doors opened for the Conference. As the 300 delegates began checking in they received two items which clearly illustrate what Delta Upsilon intends to be. Their portfolios to hold Conference and Convention materials bore the legend, "Building Tomorrow's Leaders Today." And the hats each man received proudly stated: "Delta Upsilon, a gentlemen's fraternity since 1834," with the Small Arms. Friday afternoon was filled with interviews for chapter delegations, giving them a volunteer alumnus' perspective on their chapter problems. The Credentials Committee met with those chapters having outstanding debts to the Fraternity, and the Conduct Committee

met to lay the ground rules for behavior during the weekend - an important duty in maintaining a good reputation for our Fraternity's future Convention site selections. Opening Convocation sets tone

After dinner the delegates -gathered for the Opening Convocation. This was a coat-and-tie event; but except for the formal dinner and banquet, the rest of the sessions were conducted in informal attire for the delegates' comfort in the Indiana August humidity. Weather was also a factor in the opening session as a deluge had practically drowned O'Hare Airport in Chicago and locked in 25 or so DUs until the wee hours Saturday morning. But Brother Gary Golden, Dean of the Leadership Conference and Chairman of the Undergraduate Activities Committee, welcomed the delegates with a report on the new format. No more were delegates locked into one series of seminars for the entire conference, Golden said. There were 50 different sessions on more than 25 different topics, "and there's no way that anyone should be bored during this conference," he said. During most of the small sessions, four seminars would be offered. Delegates were urged to split up their delegations and cover the most ground. Heizer proud of DU commitment Brother Ned Heizer, North-

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western' 51, then made his report as Chairman of the Board of Directors. As a man who's made a career of corporate finance, planning and acquisition, Brother Heizer has seen many a board of directors in .action. But in the past year, he said, DU's board has been something special. "We have made many great changes in the past year which is unusual in itself. But what astounded me was that we had almost unanimous agreement on everything that needed to be done. These men on the Board of Directors have really set DU in motion," he said. Brother Heizer also told a tale of an encounter on a flight that showed the word is getting around about DU's progress . "The man next to me was reading the paper, and I pulled out my Quarterly. He looked over and said, 'Oh, are you a DU?' When I said yes, he said, 'Well, I'm a Phi Delt and we've heard that DU has this great new program.' Then later, I heard a similar comment from a Phi Gam. "That really shows we're doing something special, if men from other fraternities are hearing about it," he said .

the endowment of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation to a point where DU's educational programs are fully funded. . "The key is for you undergraduates to tell your alumni how helpful this conference is, and that they can help through annual donations and major gifts to the Foundation," Hansen said.

Staff reports on improvement

Editors burn midnight oil

After those reports, Brother Tom Hansen, Executive Director, reviewed some of the changes made in the past year, especially those affecting undergraduate chapter operations and services to officers. Besides doubling the number of men coming to the Leadership Conference and Convention and adding a full, extra day, Hansen noted the Quarterly now features 32 pages each issue. The Regional Leadership Seminar program was expanded, and the D.U. Dialogue, reaching chapters and advisors twice a month, was an important new link in communication among DU chapters. New staff members introduced were Brother Drew Dunham, San Jose '86, Director of Chapter Services; Brother Dan Spencer, Nebraska '87, Leadership Consultant; and Brother Al Parker, Purdue '75, Director of Development. Hansen said DU is building a team both to improve service quality and to build

After the report of the Cond uct Committee, the delegates got settled into Harper Hall and the alumni into the Memorial Union's fine rooms. But the night wasn't over for men who produced the

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M embers of the Kansas Chapter receive the Sweepstakes Trophy from President Bullock, in honor of Kansas being named the best DU chapter in 1986-87. Sweepstakes finalist chapters were Bucknell, DePauw, Florida and Washington.

Old Gold and Blue Daily.

This was the revival of the convention newsletter last used in 1929. The Fraternity's Macintosh Plus computer equipment was moved down to the Harper conference room, and Brothers Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73, and Ryan Mikolaski, Fresno '88, spent long hours getting each day's edition ready. The Old Gold and Blue Daily carried a schedule of the next day's events, a summary of what happened the day before, and special notes about upcoming meetings. Copies were made at a local 24-hour print shop and distributed door-todoor to all delegates and alumni early the next morning. For the Conference and Con-

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vention next year, a staff of five volunteer undergraduates and alumni will be formed to cover the educational sessions as reporters, then write an account for the delegate~' reading pleasure the next mornmg. Saturday, August 15 Educational seminars began in earnest bright and early Saturday morning. The basics were covered first: Bill Bittner, Bradley '74, and Wade Waggener, Wisconsin '81, handled the fundamentals of rush; Troy Horine, Kansas State '80, and Greg Collins, Bradley-Colorado '87, worked with chapter and colony presidents; Drew Dunham and Mike Walsh, Washington '88, reviewed pledge education; and Scott Johnson, Washington '80, taught the treasurers' session. Also on the morning schedule were sessions on ethics by Craig Franz, Bucknell '76, and on keeping strong chapters strong by Greg Collins: A popular and important session featured our guest speaker, Ms. Barbie Tootle, assistant to the president of The Ohio State University. She spoke on the topic, "What do Women Want? And other myths ... " to a most receptive group of delegates. Tootle kicks off afternoon Barbie Tootle also got the delegates' creative juices flowing with a

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great seminar on Creativity. A popular presentation at many fraternity and sorority conferences, she spices the lecture with an amazing collection of props and visual aids, plus forming small groups which puzzle through a creative problem then report to the entire group. The delegates were excited about her presentation and asked if she'll come to our Conference again next year. The remainder of the afternoon saw two more seminars on rush by Bittner, Waggener and Maguire; a session on what Deans of Students want from fraternity officers, by Gary Golden; advice on proper chapter discipline by Tom Hansen; a panel of undergraduates on what chapter social programs should really teach young DUs; a discussion of how to cultivate alumni involvement by Bob Tyburski, Colgate '74, and Paul Rosenthal, Florida '73, both members of the Board of Directors; and a session for colony members by Rick Holland, Syracuse '83 and Jeff Kaneko, San Jose '86. Following dinner were seminars by President Terry L. Bullock on

"The DU Man, a Blueprint for Success;" a panel discussion on hazing by Lewis Gregory, Kansas '75, Greg Collins and Mike Walsh ; a session on chapter scholarship by Bruce Peterson, Western Illinois '74, and Dave Maguire ; and tips on procedures and policies of the International Fraternity by Tom Hansen. Bullock: "DD is coming alive" Then came President Bullock's keynote address, delayed from Friday night because of the Chicago rains. After a chorus of "Hail, Delta Upsilon," he surveyed the crowd of 300 DUs and asked what had gone unspoken before, but what everyone sensed: "Gentlemen, can you feel it? Delta Upsilon is coming alive. The giant is on the move again." And to illustrate how Delta Upsilon can accomplish anything it tries to, he related the tale of his own chapter at Kansas State from the late '50s, when 33 men raised $12,500 in about 10 days to make a downpayment on a new chapter house, and where the entire faculty of the College of Liberal Arts offered the use of their personal libraries and art and music collections to men who wanted to have "a third alternative" to the dorms and the "typical frat man" of the time. Since the delegates had heard

many reports on DU progress, Judge Bullock reminded them that DU will get in trouble "only when we are RASH. "R is for racist. DU should be the fraternity that actively seeks out men of all races, colors, creeds, religions and backgrounds, and pledges them because they are solid men of character. "A is for alcohol and drugs. We must see that every DU is not forced into drinking, and that alcohol becomes an individual choice, not a chapter choice. And we must teach our members the dangers of drug abuse. "S is for sexism. We must be the gentlemen we claim to be, and we must see that the DU house is the place on campus where women of good character always feel wel- ' come and comfortable, and have nothing to fear. DU should be the place where women want to be, because they are treated like women, and not like objects. "And H is for hazing. We must wipe out hazing in our Fraternity, and treat all our pledges and members with respect, brotherly concern and true friendship." But Judge Bullock noted that no chapter will be a success simply by avoiding problems. Each DU chapter and alumnus must strive and reach out and excel in an active, enthusiastic manner in all its activities.

DU award-winning chapters for '86-87 Sweepstakes Award - Best DU Chapter Kansas Sweepstakes Award Finalists - Top 5 Chapters Bucknell, DePauw, Florida, Washington President's Award for Excellence First Place: San Jose Second Place: Western Ontario Directors' Award for Excellence First Place: Bradley Second Place: Oklahoma Third Place: Northern Illinois Trustees' Award for Excellence First Place: Technology Second Place: Iowa State Third Place: Nebraska, Washington State President's Award for Improvement First Place: Fresno Second Place: Carnegie Third Place: Alberta Directors' Award for Improvement First Place: Tennessee Second Place : Syracuse Third Place: Colorado, Rutgers

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Trustees' Award for Improvement First Place: Wisconsin Second Place: Maryland . Third Place: Lehigh, Northwestern Pledge Education Award: Washington Financial Management Award: Tennessee Best Chapter Relations Program : DePauw Best Chapter Publications Award : Nebraska Dr. Karl and J eanetta Menninger Award =--(philanthropy) a service award for a project benefiting The Villages : Kansas Best Community Relations Project: Maine Academic Excellence Award (rank first on campus): DePauw, Oklahoma, San Jose, South Carolina, Tennessee, Tyler, Wichita, Culver-Stockton Colony, Oregon Colony Academic Achievement Award (above all-

men's and all-fraternity average on campus): Arkansas, Bucknell, California, Florida, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Purdue, Southwest Missouri, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Washington State, Emporia State Colony Best Province Award : Province 12 - Alberta, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Oregon Colony Most Improved Province Award: Province 4 - Florida, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech Iron Duck Awards (for action showing exceptional dedication to the principles of our Fraternity): Brown, Central Missouri, Creighton, Hamilton, Michigan Tech, Northwestern, Western Illinois

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A presentation about The Villages, the philanthropy of the Fraternity, followed by Mr. Dave Emenhiser, state director. He told the delegates how The Villages provide a solid growing environment for children from broken homes, as an alternative to foster homes. Then came a report on the Seven Stars program from Tom Hansen, who asked each delegation to write a description on a certain area of its chapter's operations, and a I-to10 rating scale that can serve as a guide to other chapters. Capping the evening were the new Iron Duck Awards. These awards, "chosen on a very subjective basis by the Executive Director," went to chapters who did something extraordinary, or above and beyond the call of duty, Hansen said. Iron Ducks went to Western Illinois and Central Missouri for growing from under 10 men to more than 20 in one short year. Hamilton won an Iron Duck for turning away from irresponsible actions in the past, and teaching the college faculty and administration that fraternities can be much more than just a place to party. Brown won an Iron Duck for an innovative lecture series that drew many other students on campus.

Michigan Tech won for having great neighbor relations around their new chapter house, and for a well-written chapter newsletter, the Copper Duck. Two chapters were recognized for what happened after a DU died. The Creighton Chapter, who lost Brother Kevin McCabe, was honored for enacting a sensible, responsible alcohol policy, and for forging ahead in plans for alumni relations and rush. And the Northwestern Chapter was recognized for extending the right hand of friendship, in opening their cha pter house to the Creighton DUs and friends who drove from Omaha to Chicago for Kevin's funeral. Then the Old Gold and Blue Daily staff went to work again, and rumor has it the delegates had a great time singing and getting acquainted at one of the nightspots near the IU campus. Sunday, August 16 This was the busiest day of the Conference and Convention. It started with a morning of seminars, and the men turned out in good numbers, which surprised some veterans of DU Conferences . Greg Collins and Dave Maguire tackled rejuvenating a tired, troubled chapter. Bill Bittner went through the nuts and bolts of chapter operation. Gary Golden reviewed the themes and approaches

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DU uses when trying to start a new chapter from scratch - the colonization process. Paul Rosenthal and Lewis Gregory shared tips on how the Florida and Kansas chapters organize their excellent alumni corporations and advising teams. Several DU board members let undergraduate delegates know what they do to keep the Fraternity strong. Doug Ballou, Kansas '75, and Drew Dunham reviewed how chapters can build a strong chapter public relations program. John Delaney, Florida '77, a prosecuting attorney, joined Rick Holland and Tom Hansen in discussing the effects of alcohol abuse on men from a criminal, career and liability standpoint. Scott Johnson did some fine tuning with treasurers, and Rosenthal and Bittner reviewed some risk management strategies for chapters. Co'n vention quick and efficient

Despite a critically important agenda, the Convention session itself went quickly and smoothly. The delegates had, well before the meeting, a copy ofthe Constitution and By-law changes recommended by the Board of Directors. In a nutshell, the changes create alumni chapters to advise chapter officers, recruit alumni help and preserve chapter property ; the Trustee is chosen from the alumni chapter to

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represent the chapter at the graduate Assembly, held the same time and place as the undergraduate Convention; provisions are made for alumni chapters to reorganize an imminently threatened chapter; and the Fraternity's Board of Directors, with up to 21 members, will have two or three undergraduate members, elected from the Undergraduate Advisory Board. The special guest at Convention was Brother Tom Darling, Syracuse '81, who was the Stars and Stripes crew member featured on the cover of the April Quarterly. In honor of his athletic exploits - he also holds a silver medal in 8-man crew from the 1984 Olympic Games - he was awarded the DU Distinguished Alumnus Award. In accepting the plaque and medallion, Brother Darling said Stars and Stripes Skipper Dennis Conners looked for three things in a crew member: attitude, attitude and attitude. "When you go into any kind of competition, or a new school year, you have to approach it with a positive and aggressive attitude," he said. The other half of Conners' formula was sacrifice - "you have to give up things if you're going to make the commitment to the team effort," Darling said. But by making some individual concessions, you can earn greater dividends in the long run, whether in a sporting event or in a fraternity chapter. Brother Darling enjoyed his brief stay in Bloomington, getting a chance to meet and chat with dozens of DUs, and learning a little more about how Delta Upsilon has changed since he graduated. He also met another famous athlete while both were catching a quick workout: Isiah Thomas, the former Hoosier basketball star who now plays with the Detroit Pistons. Reception, dinner and awards

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pledging and initiating 20 or more men, or pledging at least 10 and initiating 100 percent, had photos taken with President Bullock. A group photo of this huge DU gath~ ering was taken. A reception at the Memorial Union featured displays of the TIME Magazine covers featuring DUs, the Fraternity's badge collection, and photos of DU's astronauts. With the astronaut display was a sample of the space shuttle a-ring, the failure of which caused the loss of the Challenger last year. Dinner for 350 is no easy task, but the IMU staff handled it quickly and efficiently. Then came a presentation by Brother Frank Jones, Indiana '46, about the bicentennial of the Northwest Ordinance. This important document extended the rights of citizens in the United States to the settlers in the Northwest Territory, which later became the Great Lakes states. Another DU Distinguished Alumnus Award was presented, this to Brother Arnold Beckman, Illinois '22, who was also featured in the April Quarterly. Though un' able to attend, Brother Beckman sent these remarks to the delegates: "As I think back over the 68 ' years I have been a DU, I realize now, perhaps more than in my student days, how fortunate I was to be initiated into Delta Upsilon. Life-long friendships were formed; sadly, not many of my vintage are still alive. "The Class of '22 had the advantage of having several World War I veterans in the house. These older brothers, wiser because of their war experience, never let us forget our educational goals, and played a key role in helping us develop work habits and pride in achievement that aided us all our lives. "Our characters were molded without our awareness, for the most part. Integrity, humility, cOllrtesy, kindness, willingness to help others - these essentials for good citizenship and worthy lives were drilled into us, not so much by lectures as by living example. Some of these qualities seem to be missing or at least seriously

Tom Darling, Syracuse '81 DU Distinguished Alumni Award diminished in the general public in recent decades - a golden opportunity for DU to exercise its leadership."

The Illinois Chapter delegation then accepted the medallion and plaque on Brother Beckman's behalf. Chapter awards highlight evening

Then came the highlight for many chapters: the annual awards ceremony. First came two sets of awards given for the first time: scholarship certificates and recognition of the best and most improved Provinces, based on overall chapter quality. Academic Excellence awards went to chapters which finished first on their campuses, and honors for Academic Achievement to those chapters ranking above both the aHmen's and all-fraternity average. DU did very well, but too many fraternity systems keep no chapter . scholarship averages. Best Province went to Province 12, in the Pacific Northwest, while the Most Improved Province was Province 4, in the Southeast. Each chapter and colony in the province received a certificate. Next came awards for specific categories of chapter operation, the

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improvement awards, and the chapter excellence awards in three divisions, based on the number of fraternities on campus. Another addition this year was certificates to the runners-up in the improvement and exct'illence divisions, to encourage chapters to even greater deeds in the coming year. Those winners are listed in this issue. Finally, the capstone: The Sweepstakes Trophy for the best DU chapter. The finalists were Bucknell, DePauw, Florida, Kansas and Washington, representing our five best chapters. Each received a certificate and plaque, and of course the men from the Kansas Chapter were ecstatic when their n~me was called as the Sweepstakes WInner. Presenting more awards acknowledges two thoughts: men love to be recognized for their work, and there's plenty of quality effort in DU to be recognized! Monday, August 17

The Conference was into its home stretch, and still the men were attentive and sharp at the remaining educational seminars Monday morning. Most were follow-up ses-

sions on topics the delegates felt needed more discussion. The added topic was two hours of advice for chapters which are reorganizing, or are in a major rebuilding effort. The final session brought the 300 delegates together for a final time, to get instructions about checking out, and to make a few final announcements. Perhaps the spirit of this Leadership Conference and Convention can best be captured through two comments made about Delta Upsilon's performance. One came from Ms.JanetJames, Director of Operations for the IU Conference Bureau. IU had hosted another fraternity event of similar size recently and, she said, the men were obnoxious and the place was a mess afterward. So the Bureau was braced for the worst with DU coming to town, not knowing what to expect. "But this was the best fraternity group we've had in my nine years here. The men are really wonderful, friendly and polite, and your people have been great to work with," she said. Then this comment, which can

be earned but never bought: "My son will start college soon, and I have been worried about whether joining a fraternity would be good for him. But if he pledges a fraternity like Delta Upsilon, I'll be all for it!" Thanks, alumni

A final note came from Gary Golden, a veteran of 15 Leadership Conferences. "I've never had 25 or 30 undergrads come up to me part way through the Conference and say, 'Boy, this is great. I'm really learning a lot. This is an excellent conference, and it will really help me.' That's the response this time around." A special thanks should go to all DU alumni who support our Fraternity through annual donations for ongoing programs, and larger gifts to the Educational Foundation to build an endowment worthy of this quality of DU educational programs. Only through alumni gifts can the Leadership Conference and Convention accomplish all that it needs to for our youngest DUs. - Drew Dunham, Tom Hansen

How our Foundation builds our Fraternity, ~.

by Maury Mandel Chicago '55 Foundation Chairman It is a great pleasure to write to you,"my fellow DU alumni and undergraduates, about your Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. In these Quarterly pages, you can see a good example of the work of the Educational Foundation. Every year since 1949, our Fraternity and its Educational Foundation have been sponsoring a Leadership Conference. This year's ranks as one of our best. As you read about this Leadership Conference and Convention, you will feel what we all shared at the meetings in Bloomington. Our chapters sent their top officers, and they worked together to learn how Delta Upsilon can be a vital force in shaping the lives of their members in college. As the delegates moved between DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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ternational Fraternity operation is educational in its effect. The Leadership Conference is one example; so are the Regional Leadership Seminars DU sponsors each winter. But our educational function reaches to the constant activity of our Fraternity headquarters, working closely with our undergraduate chapters. When young DUs call or write for advice about a financial problem or to ask about a new chapter scholarship program, DU is teaching specific skills on managing finances, and promoting good college academics. When a chapter is not well organized, DU works to give our young men some essential tools for life: how to analyze and approach a problem; how to organize human and financial resources; how to plan a program, and adjust it along the (continued on page 114) 95


A year to consider things Constitutionally In the United States, it's Bicentennial time again, but with a more subdued celebration. In 1976, the fireworks hailed 200 years since we declared independence from England, shedding our colonial ties, and standing proud as a full, free and independent State. This year, we mark two centuries since the Convention which generated the Constitution of the United States of America. To enact it, our people battled not with arms, but with mind and heart, seeking the proper balance of individual freedom, state power, and federal authority. We recognized that we could not compete on this continent as fragmented, self-centered former colonies; a strong central government was needed. But debate raged over representation within it. Finally the Great Compromise was born: A bicameral legislature, with the Senate representing states, the House of Representatives population. The House held the purse strings; the Senate ratified treaties. The executive and judicial powers were cunningly intertwined with the legislative, so that each checked the raw power of the other. The Constitution was forged; the shaky Federation became a mature, democratic, Republic.

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In Canada, 1987 also marks an historic Constitutional accord. Hammered out at a conference of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and the Premiers of 10 Canadian provinces, the Meech Lake accord would grant all provinces more power and authority over a variety of federal institutions, and greater control over some federal spending and future constitutional amendments. The accord is now in its confirmation process . The committee hearings are completed in Commons; once ratified, the accord would proceed to the Senate. With Parliament's approval, the accord would then be considered by 10 provincial legislatures. Questions remain over such items 96

as the implications of the "distinct society" reference to the Province of Quebec; the appointment of some Senate and Supreme Court members; the effect on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. But such debate is necessary, when a 120year-old constitutional monarchy changes its fundamental arrangements for self-governance.

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A constitution is but an agreement among the members of a society, as to what powers this collection of individ uals grants to its own government to achieve necessary national ends. Among nation-states, the American constitution is one of the most enduring, lending weight ~o the argument that it was a product of genius and inspiration. The Canadian experience, three-fifths as old, deserves no lesser accolade. The members of the society we call Delta Upsilon have a Constitution as well, to provide for our necessary governance, and to reach our ends as an International Fraternity. Our organization dates to 1834, with our first chapter at Williams College. Our Constitution in its essential form came into being at the pivotal 1864 Middlebury Convention. Our Fraternity government is unique in some ways. Only Delta U, among college fraternities, has a bicameral legislature - the undergraduate Convention and the graduate Assembly. Both meet every year, rare among fraternities. This annual system presents

Delta Upsilon with a tremendous opportunity, and, recognizing this, the Board of Directors has recommended, and the undergraduate Convention has approved, amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws. DU would have an Alumni Chapter to work hand in hand with each undergraduate chapter, seeing to three tasks: managing chapter property, recruiting all possible DU alumni assistance, and advising undergraduate officers. The Alumni Chapter would choose the Trustee, the chapter's delegate to Assembly, which would then meet the same weekend as the undergraduate Leadership Conference and Convention. The idea is efficiency: D U s meet for the Convention, Assembly, Leadership Conference, and a thorough Alumni Institute for alumni advisors, all at the same time and place. Thus, the top undergrad officers from each chapter, and at least one . of their key advisors, would meet their counterparts from DU chapters all across the continent, learning and forging a strong Fraternity. The amendments would also let an Alumni Chapter reorganize a chapter, if it would die otherwise. Far better to choose some men to remain and save a chapter, than to start from scratch later. . Assuming that the Assembly concurs with the Convention, we see our constitutional system in action. When the Constitution provides a means to accomplish the organization's goals, those means are used. When changes are needed to meet our goals, the Constitution provides for amendments, recognizing that change is sometimes essential. These are significant changes, designed to give Delta Upsilon its most efficient use of resources: money, talent and volunteer time. They adjust the framework of our Fraternity, to let it better reach its noble goals: Friendship and Justice, Culture and Character. -Tom Hansen

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Peterson's the expert on high seas luxury How would you like to rate cruise ships from a landlocked city for a living? That's the happy hobby and profitable pass time of Brother Garth H . Peterson, Western Michigan '42. After retiring from General Motors' Delco-Remy division in the early 1970s, Garth and his wife Esther began taking cruises, and Garth began writing about the ships they took. Thus has grown "Garth's Profile of Ships," a bible for travel agents who book cruises. In a one-page profile, Garth rates more than 200 passenger ships, reporting everything from the ships' construction dates and number of cabins to the quality of food, service and extras on board. Garth writes from experience. He has sailed on more than 70 ships and has walked through more than 110 ships he hasn't yet taken on the seas. "I take about six or seven cruises a year, and walk through another 20 or 30 ships," Garth said. "I try to get to Miami or Fort Lauderdale, where you can visit quite a few in a short time."

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Book popular with planners Travel agents rave about Garth's guidebook, which sells for $45, More than 5,000 copies are in print, with yearly supplements and a semiannual newsletter also available. Garth also conducts seminars for travel agents. Someone always asks how a man from Omaha became an expert on cruise ships, and the question is always good for a laugh, Garth said. Brother Peterson is president of Bon Voyage Travel, and he closes his letters with a salutation you have to like: "Bon Voyage, Garth." His mailing address is P,O, Box 34697, Omaha, NE 68134. His week is generally split be-

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Recalling the DU benefits Having graduated in 1942, when the Western Michigan chapter closed for three years because of the war, Garth recalled the close friendships he made in the chapter. "There are men from back then who would do anything in the world for you today if you asked," he said. When Garth first left General Motors, he worked for a time in a firm where the vice president was a Creighton DU . "We had something in common right off the bat," he said . When Garth left to start his own travel agency, "it made the leaving much easier, because I knew I had an opportunity I wanted to try. " DUs also meet in the course of business, and instantly have something to talk about. "I got bumped up to first class on a flight, and there was a man who was president of an insurance company. He had on a DU ring, and we had a great time talking." Garth is friendly and open, and seems the kind of man who'd hit it off with almost everyone right from the start. Perhaps that sincerity comes through in his book, and helps make it so popular among travel agents . 97


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Culver-Stockton College Registrar and English Instructor, K. Terry Sherer, Bradley '66, has been selected as the judge and reviewer for the first Roeper Review Student Corner Writing Contest, for secondary education students. Carl A. Dragstedt, Jr., Chicago '43, was recently awarded life membership in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association. The award is made to members who coached successfully for 20 or more years in Florida. He began his coaching career after retiring from the U.S. Army following 22 years of service. Dragstedt was recognized for having coached championship teams in swimming, cross-country and softball at Orlando High School. Dennis P. Lee, Creighton '77, appointed as a Nebraska Administrative Law Judge, is listed in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in American Law, and Who's Who in the Midwest. Dr. Martin F. Farrell, DePauw '67, an Associate Professor of politics and government, and chair of the department at Ripon College, was one of a select number of academics from the USA and foreign educational institutions to attend a

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recent program on nuclear weapons and arms control in Cambridge, Mass. He joined the Ripon faculty in 1976 and teaches courses in political philosophy, revolutionary China, and a seminar in political economy. Joseph B. Vanderkolk, DePauw '86, is assigned to the U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard, and often serves in the honor guard for important events at the White House in Washington, D.C. . James L. Delaney, Florida '80, has been promoted to Senior Analyst for the Department of Alcohol, Beverage, and Tobacco and has been transferred to Tallahassee, Florida. William E. Birmingham, Indiana '86, has been performing with the international song and dance group "Up With People" which is touring the U .S. and Europe for a year. George R. Lambert, Indiana '55, senior vice president, secretary and general counsel of Life Inves-

tors, Inc., has been elected to a fouryear term as the Association of Life Insurance Counsel's delegate to the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association. James W. Lambert, Indiana '87, after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing with a grade point average of 3.58, has become a sales representative for General Mills, Inc. in their management development program, in Newark, Ohio. Lee A. McConnell, Indiana '80, is employed by The Ryan Companies, a mortgage banking and real estate service company, Arlington, Texas. He was recently promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer.

J. Lambert G. Lambert Gary T. O'Brien, Iowa State '79, a partner with Trammell Crow Company, now manages the new Cleveland office, which opened August 1. John J. Pepper, QC, McGill '52, has been elected president of the Montreal Board of Trade. Philip M. Comerford, Jr., Mich-

DU directory ready for mailing in early December The research portion of preparation of Delta Upsilon's new alumni directory has been completed, and the mailing date is less than two months away. DU alumni have already been contacted by mail or telephone by representatives of Harris Publishing Company. The telephone calls verified the information for the directory, so that the listings are accurate and complete. The calls also gave alumni a chance to order a personal copy of the new general directory, the first to be produced for Delta Upsilon since 1929. If you have not been contacted

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and wish to reserve a copy, please write the Harris Publishing Company at the following address: Customer Service Representative Harris Publishing Co., Inc. 3 Barker A venue White Plains, NY 10601 Copies of the directory will be mailed in late November to alumni who ordered them. Also, every chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity will receive a copy. The up-to-date member information will be organized alphabetically, geographically and by chapter. The data will not be provided to any outside organization ; it is

compiled solely for the use of our Fraternity, and for the fraternal use by our members. Commercial use of the information is prohibited . In respect for the privacy of our members, alumni should use the directory solely to get in touch with their fellow DUs and to find men who might be helpful in career research and similar purposes. Thanks go to all alumni who updated their addresses and business information, and to those who ordered copies of the DU directory. It was produced at minimal expense to the Fraternity, but the benefits of current addresses and phone numbers are great.

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. ~ -Ji;-~ igan '81, received his MBA from the Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration and a law degree aD) from the School of Law. After sitting for the New York Bar exam, he will start work with the Citicorp Investment Bank in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group. John A. D'Errico, Michigan '85, has received a Master of Science degree from Wayne State University and will continue his studies at Wayne toward his doctorate. Thomas W. Kuhn, Michigan '83, has graduated from the Wayne State University School of Medicine and has begun his psychiatry training at the St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center in New York City. George Nicolau, Michigan '48, a prominent labor arbitrator and mediator, received the American Arbitration Association's Distinguished Service Award. The award is presented annually for outstanding service in the arbitration oflabor-management disputes. Donald E. Axinn, Middlebury '51, a Long Island and New Jersey real estate developer and alumnus of Hofstra University, has been cho-

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sen as the 1987 reCIpIent of the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award bestowed by the Hofstra Alumni Association. James R. Clark, North Carolina '68, has been elected chairman of the Radiology Department at Grandview Hospital and Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. He also is currently serving his second term as treasurer of Dayton Associates in Radiology, Inc. Walter E. Anderson, Jr., South Carolina '84, was recently awarded the 15th Air Force Missile Crew Excellence Award for his receiving 5th Highly Qualified voting. Philip A. Nardone, Jr., Syracuse '82, has been promoted to vice president at Hill and Knowlton, Inc., International Public Relations Counsel. He joined H&KlBoston in 1981 as an account specialist and currently manages investor relations programs. Charles R. Bramwell III, Tennessee '87, recently received the University of Tennessee's highest honor bestowed upon an undergraduate, the Torchbearer award. It was presented to Brother Bramwell based on his contributions to the University and involvement with campus activities, and is indicative of the high esteem in which his peers and University personnel hold him. William J. Gauwitz, Jr., Western Illinois/Bradley '74, has accepted the

$198 in U.S. funds. The price is guaranteed through December 31. The new crested ring features a DU Coat of Arms in gold on an onyx background. This ring gives an exceptional display of a member's privilege to wear the Coat of Arms of our Fraternity. The encrusted ring features the Greek letters Delta and Upsilon, staggered diagonally, and set into a smooth blue stone. This design renders our Greek letters more easily recognizable to others, than the Coat of Arms. The intaglio ring features the Small Arms - the shield with the scales of Justice and the Seven Stars. This simple, elegant design is in-

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P. Nardone, Jr. M. Branch position of Golf Course Superintendent at the Mount Hawley Country Club in Peoria, Illinois. He had been with the Peoria Park District for the previous 13 years. He also recently became a Certified Golf Course Superintendent after passing the six-phase examination. In late May, on board Naval Air Station Lemoore, California, in Hangar Three, Commander Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin '69, became the Commanding Officer of the V A 27 CHARGERS. He is their 17th Commanding Officer since the squadron was commissioned in 路 1967. Among his many accomplishments during his Naval career, CDR Branch has accumulated over 2,600 flight hours with 19 different types of aircraft and has logged over 500 carrier landings. Be sure to send your news, or word of the accomplishments of another Delta U, to Newsmakers, P. O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, IN 46240.

cised into a smooth gold surface. While most would not recognize the Small Arms, it beautifully displays the Seven Stars, for our first seven chapters, and the scales, representing our motto, Justice Our Foundation. Each of the three designs may now be ordered from the Fraternity Headquarters, with delivery in six to eight weeks. Checks should be made payable to Delta Upsilon Fraternity. The three new official ring styles replace the ring which has appeared on the back cover of the Quarterly for some time. Now DUs have three choices of rings to display their pride in Delta Upsilon. 99


Two DU entertainers are TV regulars As a regular feature of the Quarterly, we are bringing you quick summaries of the careers of men in various fields. This issue it's entertainment. Many DUs will recall one of the great DU entertainers, Brother Edgar Bergen, Northwestern '27; we featured a photo of one of his Charlie McCarthy ventriloquist'S dummies in the last issue. (Of course, Charlie was no dumm)l; Mortimer Snerd perhaps, but not Charlie.) While the Quarterly regrets that Brothers Thicke and Davidson weren't able to provide interviews, these articles summarize their careers.

• Alan Thicke Western Ontario '67 "Growing Pains" Acting is not Alan Thicke's only talent to come before the North American public, though he's best known at the moment for it. As Jason Seaver in ABC-TV's top rated show, "Growing Pains," Alan enjoys a wide following because of the show's success. Overall ratings

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put "Growing Pains" in the Top 10 shows regularly, and in the Top 5 recently. His success follows a disastrous syndicated late-night talk show, "Thicke of the Night," and his divorce. But his other accomplishments show great breadth for this 40-year-old entertainer.

A native of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Alan honed his skills with stand-up comedy and playing guitar in rock bands. His musical talents have shown mostly in composing; among his credits are 37 theme songs, including "Facts of Life" and "Diffrent Strokes" on TV. He assisted the production of a theme song, "Love Lights of the World," for Rendezvous '87 for Peace in Quebec City, and this task involved working with Soviet musicians. He has written singles released by Lou Rawls, Gloria Loring and David Foster, and he and Dionne Warwick recently debuted in a rock show at the Las Vegas Hilton. Among his writing and producing credits are work for Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, Kenny Rogers , Olivia Newton-John and Anne Murray. He earned two Emmy nominations for "Fernwood Tonight," and received Emmy recognition for specials with Barry Manilow and Lohman & Barkley. Besides the "Growing Pains" success, Alan has appeared in "The Calendar Girl Murders," a Perry

Anderson wins Fulbright; Carnegie Hall debut in February An up and coming DU in the entertainment world will spend the next two years in England - with a few exceptions. Brother L. Mark Anderson, San Jose '87, has been awarded a Fulbright grant for graduate study in piano performance at Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England. The exceptions are a January 29 recital at the Green Room of the San Francisco War Memorial, and a February 29 debut recital at Carnegie Hall, New York City. Oh, yes - Mark has agreed to be the Official Pianist for our DU Leadership Conference, Convention and Assembly this coming summer. A public performance will be arranged with our host university, if possible. Mark studied with Prof. Aiko 100

Onishi, an internationally known pianist, and with Brother Brent Heisinger, San Jose '58, who also carries a broad reputation in teaching and composing. Besides practicing eight hours a day, attending class and working, Mark was active with the San Jose Chapter as an undergraduate. Fulbright grants enable 2,500 U.S . students to study abroad this year. The program, established in 1946, is designed to increase mutual understanding among Americans and people of other countries. Academic and professional qualifications, plus applicants' willingness to share ideas and experiences with people of diverse cultures, com pose the selection criteria. The Fulbright grant program is operated by the U.S. Information Agency.

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Mason movie of the week, and as a scientist in Disney's "Not Quite Human." Scheduled for fall release is "Hit and Run," a feature film co-starring Colleen Dewhurst; Alan portrays a cold, calculating defense attorney. A new TV show, "Animal Crack-ups" on ABC, also began on Saturdays this fall. Alan's production work includes a deal with Embassy Television, a Showtime sitcom script order, and a feature film development deal with Warner Brothers based on his concept. Alan is an active athlete, playing tennis and ice hockey, and entering many celebrity softball and ski tournaments for charity. His philanthropic work also includes special emphasis on the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, for which he was recently named International Parent of the Year. The Muscular Dystrophy Association bestowed a similar honor to Alan. His two sons, Brennan and Robin, ages 12 and 10, also keep Alan busy.

Milwaukee Club to meet Milwaukee area alumni are invited to the 64th annual Milwaukee D.U. Club dinner on Friday, Nov. 6, at the Pfister Hotel and Tower in Milwaukee. Toastmaster will be Marshall Diebold, Wisconsin '25, retired Minneapolis business and civic leader, and twice all-Big Ten guard who led Wisconsin to two conference co-championships in basketball. Speaker will be Tom Hansen, Iowa State '79, Executive Director of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. To men who have been DUs 50 years or more and have not been recognized, the Club will present framed 50-Year Membership Certificates on behalf of the Fraternity. The Club has honored 109 50-Year DUs in the past 18 years, who are either Wisconsin Chapter members or Wisconsin residents. Men who wish to attend, or who live in Wisconsin or were initiated at Wisconsin in spring of 1938 or before, should write Quinn Martin, Purdue '69, Club Secretary, clo Quarles & Brady, 411 E. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee WI 53202. All DUs are welcome! DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

John Davidson Denison '63 "New .Hollywood Squares" From summer stock during college and a role on Broadway soon after graduation, John Davidson has come to be a familiar face for TV viewers. His first role on Broadway was in "Foxy," as son of the character played by the late Bert Lahr, and he later played son to Lahr's father twice more. Then he landed a featured spot as actor and baritone on "The Entertainers," an hour variety TV series. His early television credits bring back the mid-60s: "Kraft Summer Music Hall," "The Hollywood Palace," "The Jimmy Dean Show," "Hallmark Hall of Fame," and the "Merv Griffin Show." The critics found his easy style, rich voice and sincerity most appealing. Since then, Davidson has been a regular on television. Twice he hosted a prime time variety show: "Kraft Summer Music Hall" on NBC, and "The John Davidson Show." He and Sally Field starred in a series, "The Girl With Something Extra." He has been a regular guest on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and other talk shows. Appearances in "Spencer for Hire" and "The Streets of San

John Davidson Francisco," critical acclaim for the PBS Hollywood Theatre production of "USA" by John Dos Passos, two Disney films, a featured role in "Concorde - Airport '79," and a successful New York City revival of "Oklahoma" also appear on John's credits. Most recently, John has hosted "The New Hollywood Squares," in daily syndication in most markets. He also hosted "Time Machine," an NBC daytime game show. Besides caring for their three children, John and his wife Rhonda live in Calabasas, Cal., and stay busy with a family operated import-export business. John enjoys tennis, volleyball and boating.

How will DU-coached teams fare? Looking into the fall sports scene, we'll all be watching four Division I college football teams coached by DUs. Returning with the best record from the group is Claude Gilbert, SanJose '58, coaching the Spartans at his alma mater. San Jose State went 9-2-1 last year, including a California Bowl win over Miami of Ohio. Lou Holtz, Kent State '58, garners some pre-season Top 20 rankings with his second Notre Dame team, after successful stints at Arkansas and Minnesota. Galen Hall, Penn State '62, is expected to keep the Florida Gators moving up in

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the SEC, with Kerwin Bell at quarterback. And Mike White, California '57, has 21 players who've started returning, after last year's 4-7 showing. Then, with basketball just around the corner, we can keep an eye on the Syracuse Orangemen, under the tutelage of Brother Jim Boeheim, Syracuse '66. Jim's men came oh-so-close to winning the NCAA championship last year, losing to an Indiana Hoosier last-second shot. (Note: The Quarterly would appreciate a listing of any men serving as head coach of a college sport, for a future listing.) 101


DU authors busy on broad range a/topics How to Live Longer and Feel Better, Dr. Linus C. Pauling, Oregon State '22, W. H . Freeman and Company, New 'York, New York.

This newest book of Dr. Pauling's draws on the two-time Nobel laureate's scientific knowledge, common sense, and clear thinking to present an easy-to-follow, inexpensive regimen for adding years of feeling good to your life. How to Live Longer and Feel Better shows how vitamins work and how to make them work for you. The book discusses orthomolecular medicine, a term coined by Dr. Pauling for the preservation of good health and treatment of disease by varying the concentrations in the human body of substances normally present in the body and required for health. Dr. Pauling has been the recipient of over 40 honorary degrees from colleges and universities in the

DU Bookshelf United States and abroad and was awarded the 1954 Nobel Prize for chemistry and the 1962 Nobel Prize for peace. He is the author of several books, including Vitamin C, the Common Cold, and the Flu and Chemist?). Personal Accounts, Robert S. Phillips, Syracuse '60, The Ontario Review Press, distributed by Persea Books, Inc., 225 Lafayette Street, New York, New York 10012, $16.95 clothbound, $9.95 paperback.

Over a third of this volume consists of poems written during the past five years which have not appeared in book form. The earlier poems are selected from the author's three previous collections, now out of print: Inner W eather (1966), The Pregnant Man (1978), and Running on Empty (1981) . Some of these poems have been revised. It's poetry that strikes a responding chord and makes us eager for the next page, or want to linger over the words just read.

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The Career Education and Financial Washington '61, hardcover, and How and Where to Get ScholaTShips and Financial Aid for College, Arco Publishing, Inc., 215 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10003, $7 .95 paperback.

Dr. Robert L. Bailey, Director of Admissions and Records at the University of California at Berkeley for over 11 years, has authored these two books to assist students of all ages to determine their education goals and find the financial aid to make those goals possible. Set forth in these books are guidelines for assessing personal skills and the options available, plus advice in detail on how, when and where to apply for financial assistance. The Book ofRookwood Pottery, $29.95 hardbound, and The Second Book of Rookwood Pottery, $39.95 hardbound, authored by Herbert Peck, Rutgers '32, Herbert Peck Books, 174-4550 N. Flowing Wells, Tucson, Arizona 85705.

After retiring as president of the Hazard Advertising Corporation, New York City, December, 1961,

Herbert Peck wrote The Book of Rookwood Pottery which sold over 25,000 copies. In October, 1985, he started Herbert Peck Books. He reprinted The Book of Rookwood Pottery and published The Second Book of Rookwood Pottery. Rookwood Pottery was founded in 1880 by Mrs. Maria Longworth Nichols, choosing the name "Rookwood" because in its length and last syllable it reminded one of Wedgwood, and because the word had a pleasant association for her, being the name of her father's country place . The first book contains the history of the firm and those p~rsons involved in its success, plus mformation for collectors, including Rookwood marks. The second book contains additional facts of Rookwood's history, plus a record of the numbered shapes with sketches and some color renditions. Herbert Peck first became interested in Rookwood when his wife inherited a small collection. He travelled extensively researching his subject and in fact spent 18 years gathering material for The Second Book of Rookwood Pottery.

More men initiated into Delta Upsilon Men initiated into Delta Upsilon The newest DUs as reported June 27 through September 3, 1987: Cornell: Jason T. Baltimore, Alan N. Cohen, Shon G. DeVries, Keith D. Donovan, Randall V. Ehrlich, Andrew S. Fraser, Michael J. Hagg, Mich~el P. Haseltine, John D. Hock, Glenn F. Juhlin, James S. Kelly, Paul J. Kisslinger, Thomas R. Kobin, Steven J. Leonardo, Charles R. Logue, Paul C. Mancarella, Michael W. Materna, Lawrence C. May, Jr., Michael R. Messuro, Michael N. Mitsos, Kelly S. Passmore, Bruce M . Pickett, David B. Pollin, Drew A. Reese, Peter J. Ringgard, Brian J. Scott, Paul M. Simic, Mark A. Upcraft, Anthony M. Waters, John B. Zankowski (May 2, 1987). DePauw: James A. Anast, James P. Croaning (Aug. 22, 1987). Iowa State: Craig J. Allen, Joseph R. Draghi, Daniel D. Porter, Jeffrey J. Thies (Aug. 3D, 1987). Louisville: Erik G. Alfiero, Mark E. Ayers, Charles K. Cole, William M. Corum, Eric E. Easom, Vincent G. Elpers, Gregory C. Friend,

Thomas R. Hitch, Michael J. Hutto, Mark H. Kleiner, Christopher K. Utter (Feb. 1,1987). Maryland: Scott E. Bell, Christopher G. Hundertmark, Neal A. Iannone, Lee W. Mayer, Allen E. O'Gorman, Seth Turner (Sept. 14,1987). San Jose: Rhett E. Ohlson (Jan. 24,1987), Robert A. Adcock, Scott W. Campbell, Federico E. Cortez, Floyd J. Counts, Jr., Kevin-Marc Mehlberg, Anthony J. Morris (Aug. 23, 1987). Wisconsin: Michael J. Gratz, Jonathan L. Harris, Paul B. Jackson, Thomas R. Jacobsen, Michael S. Kistler, William J. Kuiper, Brian R. Larson, Kirk T. Luker, Jeffrey P. Madson, David J. Reinhardt, David L. Riemer, Kurt H. Sagendorph, Michael J. Troglia, Christopher J. Westlake, John R. Wright, Rodney S. Zech (Apr. 26, 1987).

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A Convention for the record books Dear Brothers, The 1987 Leadership Conference and Convention held in August at Indiana University can only be described as an absolute landmark. More than 300 undergraduates (double the average number of the past decade) attended. In all my years of association with the fraternity I have never seen such a high caliber of young men as gathered for our conference this year. The enthusiasm of these undergraduates to make Delta Upsilon great on every campus was overwhelming. The conference theme was "Quest for Excellence" - an apt description of what occurred . In addition to the nuts and bolts presentations on rush, financial management and chapter administration, seminar topics this year included: What do Women Want and Other Myths; Keeping Strong Chapters Strong; Ethics - a DU Dilemma; Creativity; Advance Rush for "Experts"; What do Deans Want Anyway; Discipline -True Friendship; Social Like it Oughta be; Alumni Have Money, Don't

The President's Report They; The DU Man - A Blueprint for Success; Fools Haze On, Wise Men Move On; Building Chapter Scholarship; Rejuvenating the Tired, Troubled Chapter; Alumni Advising, a Winning Framework; Alcohol Problems Times Three; Rush Management; and Inside the DU Board. Seminars were taught by alumni and undergraduates alike. Attendance was nearly perfect and literally every undergraduate reported the leadership conference to be a complete and smashing success. High accolades go to our new Executive, Tom Hansen, and to his assistants , Brothers Dunham, Fisher and Spencer, for their wonderful planning and execution of our first on-campus conference in 20 years. By using university facilities, we were able to double the number of attendees at the conference, add an DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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extra day of instruction, and still keep expenses the same. I think you will agree that this is the kind of pragmatic DU thinking we have been looking for for some time. At the convention session the undergraduates adopted a sweeping and far-reaching re-organization of our constitution and by-laws to provide for the building of alumni chapters to support each of our undergraduate chapters. These alumni chapters will serve three basic functions for the undergraduate chapters: (1) to serve as advisors to the chapter and its officers; (2) to manage the physical property of the chapter and serve as its house corporation; and (3) to promote alumni involvement both at the chapter and international levels. In addition, each alumni chapter will elect a trustee to represent the chapter's alumni at the Annual Assembly (which will now be held at the same time and in conjunction with the International Leadership Conference and Convention). To become effective, of course, this legislation will require the concurrence of the Assembly in October, but all reasonable expectations indica~e such approval will be forthcommg. At the close of the conference a University conference director confided that she and the staff had dreaded our coming - apparently

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another fraternity had been on the campus a few weeks before and it had been a nightmare. By contrast, she said she hqd never encountered such a fine group of young gentlemen as made up the DU delegation. She concluded by saying her son will be going to college next year and she could think of nothing better than his becoming a DU! The memorabilia received by the delegates of this conference contained the following legend, "DU - a gentlemen's fraternity building tomorrow's leaders today" - a claim now apparently substantiated in fact. I am tempted to conclude by saying that "the D U train is pulling out of the station" and to encourage all of you to get aboard. Instead, however, I think I will say "the DU rocket is about to be launched," make your reservations now for a place in the capsule! There is no doubt in my mind that this will be a record-breaking, history-making year for Delta Upsilon. I hope you are as excited as the undergraduates and the directors of your fraternity are about our prospects. Fraternally,

~ ~ Terry L. Bullock President

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President's Club grows to 568 loyal DUs It's another record year for the President's Club. Here are the 568 men who gave $100 or more to Delta Upsilon in the 1986-87 fiscal year which ended June 30. Again, it's the most ever in the President's Club, and topped the goal of 550. As you look through the list, note that some gifts are made in memory of a departed DU . Other gifts are anonymous. This year, DU is counting on 600 members of the President's Club. There's even more reason to give: Continued strides to improve our Fraternity, and now every dollar you give now goes to the DU Educational Foundation, and is deductible for U.S. income tax pUI.'poses. Special thanks go to the men who support DU at one of the higher giving circles of $150, $200, $250, $300, $400, $500 and $1,000. Each circle is named after a past DU president. You can join the ever expanding President's Club brotherhood by clipping out the coupon in this issue, or by returning the mailing you've received recently. John Patterson Circle (gifts of $1,000 or more) F. Lee Baird, Kansas '58 James T. McKay, Syracuse '37 Warren A. Scott, Purdue '48 William H. French Circle (gifts of $500 to $999) William B. Ayars, Syracuse '56 Huntly G. Chapman, British Columbia '68 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State '47 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54 W. Allen Perry, Iowa State '27 Arthur L. Rice, Jr., Illinois '36 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell '50 Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago '43 Charles G. Dawes Circle (gifts of $400 to $499) Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '5 1 Howard L. McGregor, Jr. , Williams '40 Neil D. Scott, Washington '24 Nehemiah Boynton Circle (gifts of $300 to $399) Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42 D. Geoffrey John, Arizona '62 Thomas R. McConchie, Jr., Virginia '51 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas '70

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J. Arthur Clark Circle (gifts of $250 to $299) Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 John A. Delaney, Florida '77 Lewis W. Dewey, Jr. , Wisconsin '56 'George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 Robert L. Goforth, San Jose '55 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 Phillip E. Hurley, Oklahoma '64 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue '5 1 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Donald J. Moulin, California '53 Brent G. Orcutt, Hamilton '26 C. Earl Schooley, Missouri '28 Roy E. Shaffer, Iowa '34 Walter N. Thayer, Colgate '3 1 William Wallace III, Union '48 James A. Wiese, Iowa '58 Warren D. DuBois Circle (gifts of $200 to $249) Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 William N. Banks, Jr. , Dartmouth '45 James G. Brass, Manitoba '73 David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 William L. Clymer, Ohio State '35 Richard Y. Coulton, Miami '54 John J. Douglas, Wisconsin '39 John J. Eberhard, Western Ontario '69 Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State '78 Mark Falb, Iowa '69 Robert H. Forney, Kansas '21 Alan B. Graf, Indiana '51 William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 H. Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '29 Robert C. Hunt, Nebraska '4 1 G. Edward Jenison, Jr., Michigan State '56 Mark S. Jones, Arlington '75 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 John C. Mazzei, New York '26 Charles E. Nelson, Wisconsin '27 Herbert H. Nelson, Colorado '59 路Robert W. Newell, DePauw '34 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '2 1 O . Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Bryant S. Proctor, Jr., Illinois '44 Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 John A. Riggs , Jr., Missouri '30 Norman D. Sanders, Ohio '59 Thomas E. Shultz, Rutgers '61 Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '46 Robert F. Stuhr, Oregon '41 Herbert K. Taylor, Jr. , Swarthmore '27 Mark C. Taylor, Florida '82 Arnold Tilden, DePauw '28 John T. Weisel, Oregon '48 Richard F. Williams, Louisville '67 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri '62 Samuel S. Hall Circle (gifts of $150 to $199) Stephen A. Antush, Washington State '83 Curtiss L. Beebe, Washington '35 Peter W. Bridgford, Northwestern '56 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 Dale W. Brunken, Oregon '52

James R. Clark, North Carolina '68 Frank M. Coon, Michigan State '61 Jack H. Copple, Purdue '36 Allyn J. Crofts, Jr., Purdue '47 Leland D. Denard, Arkansas '78 Richard F. Fagan, Washington '5 2 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Richard M. Forester, Wisconsin '3 1 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State '70 Harry J. Garnette, Indiana '60 R. Bowen Gillespie, Marietta '72 Joe N. Goforth, Jr. , North Carolina '66 William R. Grant, Union '49 Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota '59 Erwin H. Hansen, Nebraska '30 Stewart L. Hayward, Oregon '41 J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47 Jack T. Hunn, Iowa '55 C. Earl Ingalls, Brown '25 0, Kepler Johnson, Jr., Kansas '52 Paul A. Jones, Northern Illinois '76 Howard Kahlenbeck , Jr., Indiana '52 Egerton W. King, Alberta '42 H . E. Klemp, Kansas '26 James M. Kraebber , Northwestern '58 Eldred D. Kuppinger, Ohio State '33 C. Bruce Laidlaw, Jr., Syracuse '55 William H. Lawson, Purdue '50 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 Brock M. Lutz, Missouri '58 Donald C. Metz, Purdue' 30 John W. Meyer, Wichita '77 James R. Myers, Ohio State '38 Victor T. Neff, Missouri '66 Walter R. Peterson, Washington '22 Charles A. Phillips III, Clarkson '64 Louis A. Pietro, Western Reserve '49 Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18 Donald L. Richardson, Washington & Lee '43 John W. Rogers, Miami '57 Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester '56 William S. Smeltzer, Syracuse '58 Paul C. Steinfurth, Bowling Green and Ohio State '68 William L. Stover, Carnegie '40 William K. Ulerich, Pennsylvania State '31 john H . Wolf, DePa uw '39 Jack J. Yirak, Iowa State '40 Robert S. Youpa, Rutgers '55 George F. Andrews Circle (gifts of $100 to $149) Frank F. Abercrombie, ROchester '28 K. Brooks Abernathy, Northwestern '40 Harold F. Abrams, Colgate '27 Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 Leland J . Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64 W. Mike Adams, Kansas '57 Robert H . Adler, Wisconsin '46 David S. Alani, Indiana '85 E. Daniel Albrecht, Arizona '59 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 Edwin M. Allmendinger, Michigan '44 James A. Allums, Texas '59 A. W. Altorfer, Jr., Illinois '43 C. B. Anderson, Jr. , Indiana '27 James H. Anderson, Wisconsin '58 Walter E. Anderson, Jr., South Carolina '84 Anonymous Alumnus, Bradley Chapter

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William S. Armington, Miami '47 David S. Armstrong, California '48 Kyle G. Bach, California '81 Charles V. Bacon, Jr., Purdue '38 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58 Arthur J. Bakaitis, Western Reserve '62 Douglas D. Ballou, Kansas' 75 Harold D. Barker, Miami '50 Hugh N. Barnard, Nebraska '56 John M. Barr, Miami '68 Harvey Bartle, Jr., Pennsylvania '30 Louis D. Bauer, Rutgers '65 Arnold R. Baum, Kansas '81 Richard U. Bayles, Technology '63 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State '42 Walter J. Beadle, Technology '20 John T. Beals, Purdue '30 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '22 Rodney F. Beckwith, Cornell '57 Halden M. Beers, Carnegie '35 Charles S. Biggs III, Pennsylvania '55 James F. Bills, Washington State '74 George Blair, Miami '37 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston '77 Paul J. Bodine, Jr. , Northwestern '50 Mike S. Bolar, Kansas State '83 William B. Boone, California '35 John O . Booth, Washington State '35 Herbert H. Boswau, Denison '55 Herbert S. Botsford, California '53 William W. Boyd, Northwestern '48 Michael G. Boylan, Bradley '69 Wayne T. Bradfield, Indiana '31 Michael Brennan, Western Michigan '63 Louis Brennesholtz, Lehigh '32 Carman H . Brooks, Alberta '60 John C. Brown, Jr. , Stanford '66 Raymond G. Bruckman, Miami '49 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State '80 Lisle M. Buckingham, Western Reserve '17 Wayne P. Buckmiller, Creighton '71 Benjamin C. Bugbee, Michigan '37 John C. Buist, Wisconsin '53 Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '6\ Kerry H. Burg, Washington State '50 Thomas E. Burgess, Miami '61 Donald R. Burkhardt, Ohio '58 Robert R. Burrid'ge, Missouri '46 Thomas A. Busson, Michigan State '68 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Wallace M. Cady, Middlebury '34 Everts B. Calhoun, Northwestern '22 Brian C, Campbell, San Diego '74 William L. Carter, Florida '71 Lucien Caruso, Jr., Northwestern '65 Ray L. Casterline, Northwestern '41 Charles E. Cayot, Kansas '25 Thomas W. Cheney, Nebraska '36 R. J. Chesrown, Illinois '60 Wallace E. Childs, DePauw '32 E. M. Christensen, Jr. , Michigan State '57 Philip N. Christiansen, South Dakota '75 Joseph W. Ciatti, Oregon '64 Brent R. Clark, San Diego '81 Brian G. Clark, Toronto '69 Raymond O. Clutter, DePauw '39 Clyde S. Coffel, Illinois '28 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie '79 Michael J. Cole, Bradley '80 Jan M. Collins, Kansas '61 T. H. Conklin, Miami '29 Eleta Corbitt in memory of Marsh M, Corbitt, Washington '17 Philip A. Corey, Ohio State '48 Lloyd W. Courter, Iowa '57 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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James A. Cox, Jr. , Texas '63 Edward R. Crater, Ohio State '78 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Daniel J. Cummings, Kansas '79 Edward H. Cumpston, Jr., Cornell '43 and Technology '44 James A. Cunningham, Brown '41 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley '63 Robert H . Damm, Syracuse '58 Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 Raymond S. Davis, Jr. , Michigan '47 Americo Dean, Jr., Michigan State ' 60 Charles G. Dean, Oregon State '56 J. L. Dearborn, Nebraska '32 Lawrence Dehner, Technology '68 Clarence R. Deible, Carnegie '29 Anthony P. DeJulius, Pennsylvania State '56 Raymond B. Di1Ue, Michigan State '68 H. Robert Diercks, Minnesota '35 William R. Dillon, Kansas '78 Philip W. Dinsmore, Arizona '65 Herbert J. Dobb, Washington '41 Thomas J. Drumheller, Jr., Washington '29 Charles F. Dugan II, Miami '60 James H . DuMond, Jr., Pacific '66 David R. Eagleson, Miami '44 Barry F. Ebert, Wisconsin '63 Gordon H. Eberts, McGill '60 George P. Edmonds, Technology '26 James T. Edmondson, Cornell '49 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri '67 John J. Enders, Jr., Washington State '39 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 Warren P. Eustis, Chicago '51 John H. Eyler, Jr., Washington '69 Chester F. Fee, Kansas '47 T. Randolph Ferguson, Stanford '67 . James W. Fields, San Jose '66 James R. Filip, Oklahoma State '63 Thomas S. Filip, Oklahoma '69 James D. Fisher, Louisville '67 Daniel E. Fitzgerald, Purdue '49 Thomas J. Fletcher, Rutgers '75 Howard W. Folsom, Wisconsin '30 C. Richard Ford, Jr., Michigan '44 John W. Foreman, DePauw '33 James G. Forester, Wisconsin '56 Robert G. Foy, Denison '50 Brian K. Franklin, Arkansas '83 William W. Franklin, California '37 Charles H . Free, Purdue '31 C. Norman Frees, DePauw '36 Donald H. Fritts, Stanford '58 Grace M. Frost in memory of Frederick A. Frost, Williams '25 Ross K. Fuller, San Jose '49 Mitchell R. Fulscher, Wisconsin '65 David J. Fulton, Miami '61 Daniel B. Funk, Purdue '61 Ronald Gabel, Purdue '52 George L. Gaddie, Louisville '49 Clarence E. Ganschow, Illinois '30 Willard W. Garvey, Michigan '41 Marvin L. Gear, Kansas '17

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F. Herbruck Geisler, Brown '29 Steven J. Gerber, Northern Illinois '68 Irving Gersten, Kent State '61 John M. Gibson, Indiana '42 Robert L. Gilbert, Sr., Kansas '23 Lloyd G. Gillette, Alberta '54 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '28 ,Lynn E. Gleason, Iowa State '42 William N. Godfrey, Miami '58 Peter Gogolak, Cornell '64 Alan Goldberg, Rutgers '58 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 Charles W. Grauel, Wichita '66 Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 Meryl B. Gray, Miami '32 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 Z. Wayne Griffin, Jr., Stanford '60 Valentine Guenther, Wisconsin '25 G. G. Gunn, Western Ontario '60 William N . Guthrie, Northwestern '52 Donald E. Haggen, Washington '53 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78 Gerald A. Hale, Western Michigan '52 John R. Hammond, DePauw '50 Loren B. Hanchett, Harvard '29 Thomas D. Hansen, Iowa State '79 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana '54 H. Vincent Harsha, Iowa '42 William G. Harter, Purdue '22 W. H . Harwell, Jr., Missouri '51 Donald E. Hathaway, Miami '44 Jay A. Hathaway, Kansas State '80 Raymond G. Haun, Syracuse '27 H. John Hawkinson, Iowa '35 Gregory L. Haymon, Oklahoma '77 Lhoyd T. Hayward, Middlebury '23 David A. Heagerty, San Jose '50 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue '49 Mrs. John B. Hemminger in memory of John B. Hemminger, Iowa '37 James D. Hendryx, Rochester '26 Thomas H. Henkle, U.C.L.A. '50 Timothy R. Herbert, Iowa State '82 Charles C. Hinners, Wisconsin '69 Corwin H. Hinton, Illinois '29 Joseph F. Hogan, Miami '48 William S. Holden, Washington '30 Richard M. Holland, Syracuse '83 John D. Holschuh, Sr., Miami '48 James P. Hostetter, Kansas State '65 R. Gregory Hougham, Illinois '72 L. Stanley Hubbard, Missouri '55 Louis R. Hughes, Jr., Missouri '31 Douglas P. Humes, Pennsylvania State '77 Harold B. Hummelt, California '61 Harry K. Huntoon, Illinois '37 Michael W. Hurst, Technology '70 Robert Ida, Western Michigan '67 Jordan M. Iserman, Miami '50 Travis J. Jackson, Technology '71 , Thomas R. jacobs, Arkansas '77 Charles D . Jacobus, Wisconsin '50 Richard G. jacobus, Wisconsin '51 jamille G. Jamra, Northwestern '38 Edwin R. Jarmain, Toronto '30 Patrick R. Jenkins, Indiana '65 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green '59 Orville E. Johnson, Washington State '39 Clifton C. Jones, Kansas State. '77 William E. jouris, Technology '61 William L. Julian, Illinois '29 William G. Kagler, Syracuse '54 John M. Kalbfleisch, Oklahoma '52 Keith O. Kaneta , Washington '59 John S. Kaufman, Lehigh '46 George B. Kautz, Missouri '33

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Robert D. Kayser, California '46 John E. Keegan, Ohio State '53 M. D. Kenyon, Technology '58 Stewart B. Kett, California '49 Craig N. Kindell , Purdue '77 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell '39 John T . Kirkby, Michigan '41 Matthew A . Klein, Cornell '71 James H. Knorr, Kansas '31 Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36 Glede R. Kohler, DePauw '51 Gene Koski, New York '43 Frank B. Kreider, Carnegie '38 George W. Krichbaum, Jr. , North Carolina '69 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska '57 Norris F. Krueger, DePauw '40 Mark D. Kuchel, Iowa State '76 Edw<\rd L. Lach, Jr., North Carolina State '79 George R. Lambert, Indiana '55 Robert J. Lambrix, Colgate '61 William G. Landess, Kansas '53 Ernest L. Lippert, Jr., Oklahoma '53 W . Harry Lister, Lehigh '26 Ronald J. Litra, Bowling Green '75 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska '54 Frank Loeschner, New York '26 Elmer H. Lohr, Nebraksa '32 Frank C. Long, Jr., Ohio State '32 Charles R. Longenecker, Pennsylvania State '32 H. Edgar Lore, Lehigh '35 David C. Lovell, Iowa State '50 L. Alexander Lovett, Harvard '33 Lewis R. Lowry, Washington '26 Vernon B. Lussky, Louisville '43 H . Michael Madsen, Florida '69 Richard R. Mahoney, Houston '83 William P. Mqior, Colgate '26 Joseph J. Marinelli, Jr. , Florida '65 Arthur J. Marion, Michigan '42 Donald R. Mars, Florida '68 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 C. Bryan McBryde, Arkansas '80 John J. McCarthy, Northwestern '49 Kenneth P. McCarthy, Cornell '78 John S. McConnell, DePauw '66 Bruce A. McEachran, Washington State '69 J. Frances McEachran in memory of Robert W . McEachran, Washington State '36 H. Richard McFarland, Illinois '52 R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 Frank C . McGrew, Nebraska '34 Donald C. McInnes, Manitoba '50 Donald L. McKelvey, Missouri '32 L. D. McKinley, Illinois '40 F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 Robert H. McNulty, Washington '61 Jeff B. Meeker, Florida '65 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 John P. Miller, Rutgers '60 W. Howard Miller, Colgate '27 Dan W. Montague, Oklahoma '74 Robert A. Monteith, Manitoba '30 William C. Moodie, Jr., Lehigh '47 James S. Moore, Cornell '65 James G . Morford , Washington '51 William P. Morrison, Jr. , Oklahoma '36 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue '47

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rIfie Presiaen t 's C{ub Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville '82 George E. Mueller, Jr., Florida '65 Louis H. Munkelwitz, Purdue '46 Richard D. Murray, Indiana '51 Adelbert G. Neese, Purdue '36 David S. Nelson, Clarkson '69 Edwin B. Nelson, California '47 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin '76 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 Reginald B. Newman II, Northwestern '59 J. G. Nohsey , Purdue '24 Keith O. O'Bannon, Nebraska '50 C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '26 William H . O'Byrne, Florida '72 Reginald B. Oliver, San Jose '61 James W. Osborn, Iowa State '73 Jon R. Palmitier, Michigan State '60 H. Sylvester Partridge, Rochester '27 James U. Pattee, Michigan State '70 Sidney W. Patterson, Dartmouth and Oklahoma '42 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina '54 William E. Pelton, Syracuse '63 Bruce E. Peterson, Western Illinois '74 Neal R. Popham, Purdue '54 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40 Ralph D. Powell III, Bucknell '76 R. J. Provan, Alberta '71 Robert L. Purcell, Chicago '31 John W. Puth, Lehigh '52 Frank F. A. Rawling, Western Ontario '37 Orville H . Read, Missouri '33 Roland R. Reiche, Northwestern '42 James R. Reid, Lehigh '56 Robert F. Renfro, Iowa '48 William R. Reusing, Virginia '62 William G. Reynolds , Pennsylvania State '49 Robert H. Rice, Colgate '34 Wendell L. Richards, Oklahoma State '77 Charles W. Roberts, Lehigh '27 James S. Roberts, Florida '63 Richard W. Roberts, Western Ontario '55 Kenneth E. Rodgers, Oregon State '32 M. Hugh Rogers, Jr., U.C.L.A. '33 Henry B. Roth, Union '30 Daniel L. Rothrock, Washington State '69 Michael Rowe, Washington State '78 Neal Rudder, Marietta '57 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma '74 Ronald C. Rylander, Oklahoma State '63 Edwin Salisbury, Syracuse '40 Donald M. Sampson, Oklahoma '34 Fulton W. Samson, Pennsylvania '21 E. Carl Schiewe, Jr. , Oregon State '40 James R. Scholten, Kansas '62 F. Wayne Schooley, Iowa State '22 James H. Schreiber, Bowling Green '55 Winston Scott, Washington '30 John A. Seitz, Kansas '31 James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 William B . Shepard, Cornell '31 William R. Shepherd, Jr., Oregon '55 Jeffrey E. Short, Hamilton '81 William A. Sigman, Iowa State '50 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '56

Everet F. Smith, South Carolina '83 Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52 Kirk A. Smith, Indiana '63 Richard E. Smith, San Jose '64 Rodney R. Smith, Cornell '67 Wendell A. Smith, Johns Hopkins '54 Wayne C. Sommer, Miami '31 Roy W. Spanjer, Northwestern '49 David E. Sponsler, Miami '58 Patrick H . Spooner, San Jose '55 Richard G. Spry, Syracuse '40 David R. Stanton, Kansas '65 J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 Burnell R. Stehman, Pennsylvania '55 Arthur R. Steiger, Jr., Purdue '48 Edward J. Stephens, California '44 Robert V. Stephens, Indiana '61 Roger F. Stephenson, Dartmouth '25 William B. Stephenson, Jr., Oklahoma '54 Ritchie L. Stevens, Brown'28 Rudolph F. Stigberg, New York '25 Paul M. Stowe, Wisconsin '28 E. James Strates, Syracuse '54 George S. Studle, Washington State '57 Calvin W. Tackett, Jr., Arlington '82 Theodore T. Tanase, Michigan '63 Robert H . Tapp, Pennsylvania State '39 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa '57 Oscar L. Thomas, Ohio State '26 J. Edward Tippetts, Nebraska '67 Richard F. Torrey, Syracuse '51 Gunard C. Travaglini, Lafayette '72 L. G. Truesdell, Jr., Minnesota '27 Peter A. Tuohy, Washington '53 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate '74 Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose '59 L. Russell Ulrich, Washington '40 Harley J. Urbach, Nebraska '33 Carl W. Vail, Jr., Cornell '61 Robert J. Valdez, Nebraska '66 Albert E. Varble, Purdue '50 Anthony J. Ventresca, Western Reserve '53 Clyde W. VonGrimmenstein, Purdue '49 Durlyn E. Wade, Colgate '50 Wade E. Waggener, Wisconsin '81 Jay E. Wagner, Ohio State '45 William E. Walker, Ohio State '54 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma '52 Edward E. Waller, Jr., Oklahoma " 51 Martin J. Warden, Western Ontario '50 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta '61 Alfred W. Warren, Iowa State '22 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 Bernard F. Weber III, Purdue '49 Keith W . Weigel, Iowa '78 John G. Weir, Toronto '43 Jeffrey M. Wells, Indiana '66 J. Ralston Werum, Ohio State '42 Richard A. West, Lafayette '53 James W. Westaway, Toronto '34 Alan L. Weyhrich, Northwestern '58 Arthur E . Wible, Jr., Michigan '59 Paul W . Wilke, Jr., Minnesota '50 Hugh F. Wilkins, Nebraska '42 Grace E. Willard in memory of Frank H. Willard, Jr., Iowa State '21 W. Robert Wilmore, Western Reserve '46 Carl E. Witschy, Illinois '74 Bradley K. Wolf, Kansas State '80 Michael G. Wood , Cornell '64 William S. Woods, U.C.L.A. '50 Roger W . Wothe, Technology '58 Harlan S. Yenne, Indiana '16 John B. Young, Iowa State '28 James F. Zboyovsky, Pennsylvania State '51

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These men are "Loyal Life" DUs

Expense cuts trim expected deficit; year's changes prepare for future

Since July 1983, men initiated into DU have received a 10-year guaranteed subscription to the Quarterly, beginning at graduation. However, graduating seniors are offered the opportunity to become a Loyal Life member. This $200 membership guarantees a lifetime subscription to the Quarterly, and includes a special membership card and a framed certificate. The following men have purchased Loyal Life memberships. We'll report new Loyal Life members as they come in.

REPORT OF THE TREASURER 15 August 1987

Craig R. Chapman, Miami '84 Harold S. Coyle III , Virginia '84 Jeremy H. Heiple, DePauw '84 Richard D. Kinnard , Lafayette '84 Michael L. Kolpek-Grey, Iowa State '84 Walter H. Landwehr, Jr. , Nebraska '84 Shepard Leask Kett, California '84 Neal B. Secrist, Indiana '84 Richard Landis, Virginia '84 Douglass P. McLaughlin, Lafayette '84 Jeffrey William Courter, Iowa State '84 Dean Alvin.Jackson, Virginia T ech '85 James E. Ritterhoff, Bucknell '85 Donald Gary Weiss, Bowling Green '85 Richard G. Nelson, Indiana '85 Edwin G. Pastrof, Rutgers '85 Steven R. Harber, Bucknell '85 John R. Siena, Jr., Illinois '85 Jay M. Wagnon, Kansas '86 Robert M. Gray, Lehigh '85 Joseph C. Piteo, Ohio '85 Michael G. Craig, Cornell '85 Benjamin McGrann Myers, Oklahoma '85 Andrew L. McMullen, Colorado '86 Humberto M. Corona, Virginia Tech '86 Robert E. Mitchell, Arlington '86 J ames A. B. Chapman, Lafayette '86 Ken W. Wolff, Massachusetts '86 Bruce W. Brosch, Colorado '86 Richard W. Oleson, Bradley '86 Robert N. Thompson, Western Ontario '86 Andrew John Strutko, Pennsylvania State '86 David C. McCalpin, Bradley. '86 Aaron L. Smith, Bradley '86 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Richard G. Warburton, Western Ontario '87 Daniel R. Zakerski, Michigan State '87 David Johanns, McGill '87 Kevin S. Den Hartog, Nebraska '87 William F. McClarnon, Lafayette '87 Ignacio J. Provencio, Swarthmore '87 John M. O'Connor, Bucknell '87 Hartley D. "Buddy" Blaha, Virginia '87 Scott E. Benson, Hamilton '87 Thomas V. Bonvissuto, Carnegie '87 Steven H. Neumann, Michigan T ech '87 Harry Hartley II, Texas '87 Christopher Moore Cummins, Michigan '87 Michael J. Navrides, San Jose '87

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The Delta Upsilon Fraternity enjoyed another successful year in the programs offered for its undergraduate and alumni members. Financially, it was a year of transition for thefraternity, with a change in the Executive Director, a change in the focus of the efforts of the general fraternity and a change from a manual to a computerized accounting system. The first change resulted in some savings for Delta Upsilon, but more importantly a renewed enthusiasm became quickly evident. The computerization of more financial functions provided better and more timely information, which will lead to better financial control and monitoring in the future. Our budget for the fiscal year just completed anticipated a deficiency of revenues to cover expenses in the amount of almost $80,000. The actual operating results yielded a deficiency, but only to the extentof $22,500. While any "loss" is unacceptable, this modest deficit in a year of such upheaval is not unwelcome. Total operating revenues were greater than budgeted and increased slightly over the previous . year. Alumni support increased over 4% and both pledge and initiation fees were greater than expected. On the expense side, total expenses were up from the previous year but under budgeted amounts. Significant among the areas of savings were the expenses of the Executive Director and Leadership Consultants, who actually spent more time with undergraduate chapters and alumni than in previous years. Insurance premium costs also decreased in a welcome ~hift of the wave of recent years' Increases. As in years past, bequests from fraternally minded brothers provided an unanticipated and nonoperating source of revenue. The

fraternity also realized net gains from the sales of certain securities from the portfolio of its Permanent Trust Fund. Part of the transition during the year came from an increasing awareness that the volunteer and professional leadership of Delta Upsilon cannot provide residential real estate management nor financing to the chapters. A clear change in this policy was long overdue and as part of that realization came the necessity to recognize that valuable resources of the Fraternity must be written off as unrecoverable. Specifically, the former Minnesota chapter house was leased and recently sold, with the general fraternity losing $15,000 of the funds advanced in attempting to reorganize our chapter during 1985 and 1986. Another attempt to revitalize a cha pter by providing financial housing assistance put Delta Upsilon in the unfortunate position of having to service the mortgage debt while providing required remodeling funds to Colorado State. While a substantial amount of lost funds was recognized in the fiscal year just completed, the ultimate financial obligations of the fraternity may not yet be completed. Both Minnesota and Colorado State demonstrate that the general fraternity cannot afford to attempt any kind of direct financial housing assistance to its chapters. These matters are much better left to a well organized group of local alumni assisted by DU International. Other obligations may require the fraternity to write off additional portions of its loans and advances to chapters during the next few years, while it extracts itself from the real estate aspects of the fraternal experience. The complete audited financial statements for the fiscal year are printed here. Fraternally, H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 Treasurer

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路 October, 1987


STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION JUNE 30, 1987 and 1986 1987 General funds: Assets: Cash (including temporary cash investments of $20,515 and $24,265 in 1987 and 1986, respectively) Investment income receivable Chapter supplies. at cost Notes and other receivables from chapters, less allowance for doubtful accounts of $13,662 and $13,885, respectively Note receivable from sale of Kent State property Other assets Property and equipment: Land and land improvements Headquarters building and improvements Office equipment Less: accumulated depreciation Net property and equipment Total assets Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Equipment lease obligation Funds held for inactive chapter Due to Permanent Trust Fund Total liabilities Net general fund assets Permanent trust fund: Assets: Cash Investments in marketable securities, at cost (market values of $1,351,094 and $1,271,422, respectively) Due from General Funds Net permanent fund assets Total net assets

NOTE 1 37,928 15,891 36,492

$

42,412 18,393 54,337

232,161 43,039 6,705

258,389 43,849 5,979

34,212 174,902 153,980 (192,677)

35,873 174,902 140,530 (180,070) 171,235 594,594

~ 542,633 36,743 8,008 62,031 ~ 162,782 379,851

28,339 12,791 . 58,118

~ 495,346

830

503

1,063,055

1,067,421

~ 1,119,885 $1,499,736

1,067,924 $1,563,270

$ 703,446

$ 635,193 (459,546) 319,699 495,346 1,067,924 $1,563,270

Re8resenting balances for:

Ed~~~~:~~a{uf~~d

(538,294) 214,699 379,851 1,119,885 $1,499,736

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

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,1987 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1986

Cash was ~rovided by: Excess deficiency) of revenues over expenses Items included in operations not affecting cash: Provision for derreciation (Gain) .on sale 0 investments (Increase) decrease in: Receivables Chapter supplies Other assets (Decrease) increase in: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Funds held for inactive chapter Cash pr~vided by

General Funds

Permanent Trust Fund

1987

1986

$(127,495)

$ 63,961

$(63,534)

$ 41,513

14,643 (42,709)

13,818 (47,458)

29,540 17,845 (726)

(33,090) (9,438) (248)

14,643 (42,709) 29,540 17,845 (726) 8,404

Total All Funds

8,404

~ (53,876)

~ .

(32,624)

(33,129)

330,180 (56,000)

330,180

438,338

283,432

297,556

405,209

283,105

283,105 13,825 4,783 301,713

468,419 6,300 ~ 478,730 (73,521) $ 42,915

~ ~

283,105

Increase (decrease) in cash Cash balance at June 30, 1986

(4,484) 42,412

327 ~

(4,157)

Cash balance at June 30, 1987

$ 37,928

~

$ 38,758

~

(1,875)

~

21,252

Proceeds掳fr~~t~h~s sale of investments Interfund borrowings Interfund transfers Total cash provided Cash was used for: Purchases of investments Purchase of fixed assets Payment on lease obligation Total cash used

56,000 12,000

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 1987 AND 1986

1986

~

13,825

July 14, 1987 To the Directors of Delta Upsilon Fraternity In our opinion, the accompanying statement of financial position and the related statements of revenues and expenses and changes in fund balances, of changes in financial position and of functional expenses present fairly the financial position of Delta Upsilon Fraternity at June 30,1987 and 1986 and the results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the years then ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. Our examinations of these statements were made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. Price Waterhouse

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FUND OBJECTIVES AND ACCOUNTING POLICIES:

Delta Upsilon Fraternity ("Fraternity") is an international college fraternity with headquarters located in Indianapolis, Indiana. At June 30, 1987 it has 87 undergraduate chapters and 6 colonies located throughout the United States and Canada. Each chapter and colony is a separate corporate entity having its own bylaws and thus their financial position and revenues and expenses are not consolidated in the accompanying financial statements of the international fraternity. The various funds, all of which are unrestricted, maintained in accordance with their objectives as determined by the provisions of the Fraternity constitution and bylaws, are as follows: Opemting Fund - Accounts for income and expense from the general operations of the Fraternity. Educational Fund - The Delta Upsilon Educational Fund is a separate fund used exclusively for educational programs, purposes and activities of the Fraternity. >All gross income, except "exempt function income" as defined by the Internal Revenue Code, is accounted for in this fund, Chapter Loan Fund - Accounts for loans to various chapters. During fiscal 1987, the directors of the Fraternity decided to discontinue issuing loans to chapters. Permanent Trust Fund - The permanent trust fund balance represents an investment portfolio primarily composed of stocks, bonds, and demand notes. Investment income accrues to the Educational Fund. Gain or loss on the sale of securities is recorded in the Permanent Trust Fund . Gifts and bequests to the Fraternity of $1,000 or more are invested in the Permanent Trust Fund's portfolio. The accounting records of the Fraternity are maintained on the accrual basis in accordance with accounting principles for nonprofit organizations, The following is a summary of the more significant accounting policies: Pledge, initiation and membership tees - Pledge, initiation and membership fee income are recognized when paid by the chapter. Marketable securities - Marketable equity securities are recorded at the lower of cost or market. Marketable debt securities, which the Fraternity intends to hold until maturity, are recorded at amortized cost. Property and equipment - Properties owned by the Fraternity are stated at cost and depreciated using the straight-line method over their estimated useful lives as follows: Headquarters building and improvements 40 years Land improvements 20 years 10 years Office equipment Interest and dividend income - Interest and dividend income on marketable securities is recognized when earned. Interest income on notes receivable from chapters is recognized when received. Alumni support - Contributions from alumni are recognized when received. Income taxes - The Fraternity is organized as a nonprofit corporation and has obtained exemption from federal and Indiana income taxes under Section 501(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, primarily investment income, is subject to federal income tax, except to the extent such income is utilized for educational purposes of the Fraternity. NOTE 2 - MARKETABLE SECURITIES: The cost and market value of marketable securities held in the Permanent Trust Fund at June 30, 1987 and 1986 are as follows: 1987 1986 Cost Market Cost Market Demand notes $ 150,000 $ 150,000 $ 108,000 $ 108,000 Common stocks 492,894 489,260 761,001 827,774 Bonds and debentures 420,161 373,320 470,161 402,421 $1,063,055 $1,351,094 $1,067,421 $1,271,422 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 - NOTES RECEIVABLE FROM CHAPTERS: Certain notes receivable from chapters in the amount of $229,923 bear interest at 8.5% 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 . During fiscal 1987, the collectibility status of notes receivable with chapters at the University of Minnesota and Colorado State University became doubtfuL As a result at June 30, 1987 the Fraternity wrote off 100% of these notes receivable and recognized expense as follows:

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$ 15,000 90,000

University of Minnesota Colorado State University

$105,000 NOTE 4 -

PENSION PLAN:

The Fraternity maintained a contributory defined benefit pension plan until July 1, 1987 which was available to all employees who had one year of service and had attained the age of 21 years. Pension costs were funded as accrued and were $6,334 and $10,024 for 1987 and 1986, respectively. The rate of interest used to calculate the actuarial present value of accumulated plan benefits was 7.5%. Accumulated plan benefits, as of the most recent valuation are: J

July 1, 1986 Actuarial present value of accumulated plan benefits: Vested Nonvested

$104,833 8,793 $113,626

Net assets available for benefits

$131,757

The Fraternity intends to terminate the pension plan as of August 31, 1987. Participants in the pension plan will receive a lump sum distribution during fiscal 1988 based upon the actuarial value of the participants' respective accrued benefits under the pension plan. Such termination and distribution is subject to approval by the Internal Revenue Service and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. The provisions of the pension plan require that all excess net assets available after the lump sum distributions to the participants and after expenses associated with the termination are paid will revert back to the Fraternity. NOTE 5 -

LEASES :

Delta Upsilon leases certain office equipment under a capital lease. Future minimum lease payments for the one remaining year under this equipment lease at June 30, 1987 aggregate $9,019 and include $890 of interest cost.

NOTE 6 - FUNDS HELD FOR INACTIVE CHAPTER: In fiscal 1981, Delta Upsilon Fraternity sold the Kent State chapter house which the Fraternity had been deedea 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 twenty-five 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 plus interest received on the promissory note. NOTE 7 - CONTINGENT LIABILITIES: The Fraternity has guaranteed certain liabilities for six of its chapters. At June 30, 1987 guarantees were outstanding on approximately $300,000 of such liabilities. NOTE 8 - TRANSACTIONS WITH THE DELTA UPSILON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION: The Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation ("Foundation") is a nonprofit organization which was organized to aid, encourage, promote and contribute to the education of persons enrolled as students of any college or university in the United States or Canada. The Foundation made solicitations separately from the Fraternity and all funds are used by the Foundation in fulfilling its educational objective. Accordingly, the accounts of the Foundation have not been combined with the Fraternity in the accompanying financial statements.

The Fraternity remits to the Foundation the excess of individual alumni contributions greater than $75. This amount was $29,585 and $25,448 for fiscal 1987 and 1986, respectively. The Fraternity also remits to the Foundation $5 of the $15 fall membership fee collected by the Fraternity from its chapter members. This amount was $16,450 and $16,320 for fiscal 1987 and 1986, respectively. The Foundation grants the Fraternity funds in support of specified educational programs . Such grants were $16,086 and $12,212 in fiscal 1987 and 1986, respectively. The Fraternity also charges the Foundation an administrative fee for support services provided by Fraternity employees. This fee was $1,650 and $1,500 in fiscal 1987 and 1986, respectively.

STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1987 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1986 Chapter Operating

Educational

Fund $284,916 65,800 17,880 134,798

Revenues: Pledge and initiation fees Membership fees Installation and affiliate fees Alumni support Investment Income from permanent trust fund investments Net realized gain on sale of securities Interest income from chapter loans Grant received from Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Chapter merchandise & supplies Gifts and bequests

Loan Fund

Fund

Permanent Trust

~ $ 284,837 65,280 18,690 129,043 54,584 47,458 12,635 12,212 36,190

180,630 70,010 149,168 92.173 51,344 68,080 25,507

105,000

181,334 77,430 154,264 97,169 63,582 76,541 18,0 18 105,000

105,000 (105,000) 319,699

773,338 (63,534) 1,563,270

_ _ _6_4 636,976 41,513 1,521,757

$1,499,736

$1,563.270

$

$

48,205 42,709 8.728 16.086 36,535 21,250

Other Total revenues Expenses: Chapter services Alumni services General administrative Quarterly magazine Alumni support and loyal life memberships Convention, conference and assemblies Committees, officers and directors

~ 555,886

~ 89,957

159.917 55,750 149,636 62,577 63,582 4, 162 9,009

21,417 21,680 4,628 34,592

504,633 51,253 635,193 17,000 $703,446

163.705 (73,748) (459,546) ~ $(538.294)

Other expense Total expenses Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenses Fund balances, beginning of year Interfund transfers Fund balances, end of year

2

~

72,379 9,009

Bad debt expense - Chapter loans (Note 3)

63,961 1.067,924 ~ $1,119,885

$214,699

STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30. 1987 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1986 Convention, Committees, conference officers

General

Chal'ter Salaries: Executive and field staff

Office Pension Pa yroll taxes Travel expenses Printing, artwork, paper, etc. POSlage and express Mem ership certificates, badges, manuals, etc. Insurance ~~i~~i~~da~~cff~ounds maintenance Tefephone and utilities Data lrocessin g services ad ressin~ and programming Office supp les Computer expenses

Bad debt expense chapter loans (Note 3) Other Total expenses before depreciation Depreciation - building and equipment Total expenses

servICes

$ 31,257 32,600 2,463 5,068 39,876 633 14,208 26,498 11,811

Alumni services

$18,643 24,749 2,677 2,884 12.269 4,736 4,724

10,940

1,563

5,185

5,185

$

adminis~

Quarterly

Alumni

and

and

u'ative

magazme

~

assemblies

directors

4.178 28,970 2,696 2,455 9,202 380 4,736

$ 4.099 7.352 316 882

$ 6,385 8,876 648 1,061

57,694 22,887

39,077 6,748

19,685 20,803 12,086 3.126

1,181

787

$11,069 8,796 784 1,381 51,843 1,487

Total all funds 1987 $ 284,916 65,800 17,880 134,798 48,205 42,709 8,728 16,086 36,535 21,250 ~ 709,804

Fund

Chapter loan expense

$

17,965

1,181

2,187

Total expense year ended

lune 30, 1987 1986 $ 75,63 1 $ 58.174 111 ,343 108,428 10,024 9,584 11 ,9 19 13,731 137,499 131,155 101,124 99,271 47,818 53,315 26,498 39,369 20,803 12,086 15,629

30,101 29,026 17,928 13,603 12,971

12,557 8,271 1,060

10,970 7,006 176

~ 623,158 13,8 18 $636,976

795

8,271 212

181,334

~

~ 139,621

571 97,169

63.582

76,541

18,018

105,000

105,000 23.392 758,695

$181,334

$77,430

14,643 $154,264

$97,169

$63.582

$76,541

$18,018

$105,000

14,643 $773.338

53 105,000

~ 678,489


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DU's big chance to bring it all together Several alumni wrote to say they were happy I mentioned the four Founding Principles of Delta Upsilon in my last column. Well, I'm proud to talk about them loud and long, because I truly believe they're important. It's especially rewarding to see young men at the moment these young men grab a hold of those principles as guideposts for their own lives. I was fortunate to see that happen often at the DU Leadership Conference and Convention we finished in mid-August. On the campus of Indiana University, more than 300 undergraduates rolled up their sleeves and learned from each other and the DU alumni who volunteered to teach. It was amazing how fast they made friends and became a great continent-wide team of Delta U leaders. And they took all these ideas home and are now putting them to work. But we can and should make this yeady meeting do even more for our members. Another unique DU opportunity

Just as our non-secrecy sets us apart from almost every other college fraternity, we're unique in another way. Not only do we have two legislative branches - the undergraduate Convention and the alumni Assembly - but both meet every year.

A DU Perspective by Thomas D. Hansen

We've been wise enough to hold educational seminars at our annual conference. Most other fraternities do so only every other year. So we are in great position to make the most of our DU time, manpower and money. We brought together delegations of four men from most of our chapters. In Convention, they passed important constitutional changes. They learned key leadership skills: planning, organizing, motivating others, delegating responsibility and DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

authority, record keeping, time and money management, and how to teach these skills to others. They tackled tough questions facing young men today, such as hazing, sexual harassment, alcohol and drugs, and chapter discipline. A chance to excel

One of the constitutional changes passed was to bring the Convention and Assembly together. Not to merge them; each DU legislative body retains its identity. But the plan is to have undergraduates and alumni meet at the same time and place, to share some of the same learning seminars, to hear the same prominent DU speakers, and to get to know one another .. If the Assembly approves these changes this month, we'll add an alumnus from each chapter at Assembly to the men already attending our Leadership Conference. That could mean an annual meeting of almost 500 DUs ---.,. just think of it! But if we're going to do it, we must do it right. That's where you come in. There's work to be done. Four steps to excellence

First, we need to know the best sites possible for this meeting. We doubled the size and added a third full day, at the same cost, by moving to a college campus . We need to know where the best college facilities are near good airport facilities, preferably near a big Midwestern city. Second, we need to bring the best DU s and outside talent to our showcase meeting. We need great DU teachers, showing our young men and alumni advisors what they must know to help our chapters and to thrive in their careers. Third, we need to boost our DU Educational Foundation coffers, so we can pay a larger share of the travel costs for our DU delegates and conference volunteer teaching staff. The funds available now don't go far enough. Many men must fly to the conference; a two-day drive each way isn't practical for most alumni. It also wears out even the

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most enthusiastic college man, who should be at his mental peak. Fourth, we need top-rank DUs to give keynote addresses, and to inspire our delegates in their fraternal work. If we bring to the conference our DU leaders in industry, business, education, science and every other field, ideally volunteering their time, we begin to build DU in the eyes of our local alumni and the public who hears of these famous DUs. What to call it? The only problem - and it's a minor one - is what to call this meeting. "Leadership Conference and Convention" is long enough; adding "Assembly and Alumni Institute" makes it unwieldy. And the acronym "LCCAAI" isn't too appealing, either. So the field is open for suggestions; one candidate so far is "DUniversity" but I'm sure there are others. Now there's an ambitious program for Delta Upsilon and its vital annual gathering, and you can make it happen. Lend your advice. Nominate someone to teach. Volunteer an outstanding DU as a speaker. Give to the annual campaign. Make DU's next Leadership Conference as great as DU should and will be.

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll Another record year for DU givers; more than 3,600 contributors Is your name one of these 3,657 DUs that sent our alumni support program to a new high record of $163,257? If it is, congratulations! This year, we h ad donations from almost every chapter with an average gift of $44. How important are these brothers? Delta Upsilon's 153-year heritage of building leaders with strong moral fiber would grind to a halt if it weren't for the alumni listed here. To m ake the giving even easier, all donations now go to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. That means they are fully tax deductible in the United States. This year we hope you divert some of that money spent in taxes and send it to Delta Upsilon where you know it will build a better tomorrow. You can keep DU improving by clipping the response coupon in the Qua1'te1'ly for making your contributions when the mailing reaches you. Last year we h ad 568 men join the President's Club by giving $ 100 or more. Our loyal DU donors are listed below by chapter. Under each level of giving you'll find each man's name and year, and a number in pa rentheses showing how many consecutive years he's given. A good number of you have given 14 years in a row, as long as we've been keeping track. For those not quite there, but still building a fine record, don't forget to give this time ALBERTA (18) President's Club: C. Brooks '60, L. Gillette '54 (4), E. King '42 (4), R. Provan '66 (6), A. Warrack '6 1 (10) Golden Delta: L. B1ackbou rne '35 (2), H. Gain '44 (2), D. Hatch '59 ( I I ), H. Pechet '69 , E. Van Der Lee '5 1 (10) Silver Delta: R. Corbet '47 (12), W, Cowley '46 (2), A. Ea rner '48 (4), 1. Love '42 (10), D. Ondrack '6 1, M. Sta ntord '64 (2) Other Donors: D. Love '46, W. Short '82 (4) AMHERST (9) Silver Delta: N. Lacey '39 (6) , P. Potter '32 (11), K. Vir tue '65 Other Donors: S. Gower, Jr. '36 (12), M. Gresko '68 (2), R. Patton '54 (7), G. Re illy '49 (2), W. T hompson ,Jr. '37 (2), G. Washbu rn '14 (6) ARIZONA (8) President'. Club: E. Albrecht '59 (9), D. Chambers '60 (1 0), P. Dinsmore '65 (9), D. J o hn '62 (10) Golden Delta: S.Jewett '66 (10), A. Morris, Jr. '60. C. Swenson '40 Other Donors: D. Baldwin '60 (4) ARKANSAS (19) President's Club: L. Denard '78 (4), B.

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around! Keep your streak intact. As you look through the list you'll note the Platinum Delta Club ($75 or more) , the Golden Delta donors ($50 and up) and the Silver Delta contributors ($25 and up). Look for the names of men from your chapter, and if a good friend is missing give him a call and ask him to be on the list with you next year.

The DU Top 20 The new ran kings are out! Here's our Top 20 chapters, in order by number of men who gave money to the general Fraternity in the year ending June 30. The numbers show last year's rank in parentheses; the total number of donors, and the change in number of donors from the prior year. Purdue leads for the 12th straight year, with 147 donors. Iowa State and Indiana both had a large increase in the number of men who supported DU, and both reached the 100-man mark. Indiana climbed 12 places, to third, and Rutgers also jumped a dozen steps, to rank sixth. Michigan alumni also moved up, jumping nine spots to 10th. The chapters in the Top 20 tend to be older, established chapters, with a large number of alumni. The correlation is obvious : Chapters

Franklin '83 (5), T . J acobs '77 (7 ), C. McBryde '80 Golden Delta: S. Faubel '80 (4), C. Rogers '79 (8) Silver Delta: T. Deen '82, W. Eddins '8 1 (6), D. Gean '84, H. 1ackson '84, K. Kos· mitis '79, M. Magie '18, K. Nelson '81 , K, Satterfield '83 (2), ]. Stacy '77 Other Donor.: W. Allison '77 (2), G. Hamilton '77 (10), R. Kolf '77 (9), D. Tucker '77 ARLINGTON (21) President's Club: M. J ones '75 (6), C. Tackett, J r. '82 (10) Platinum Delta: S. H arms '8 1 Golden Delta: ]. Ashby '74 (II ), R. Carter '78 (6), R. Gray '76 (4), W. Greenha w '75 (10), G. Grego ry '77 (3), R. Ray '70 (6), D . Sokol, Jr , '83 Silver Delta: R. Castleber ry '70, T. Donaldson '72, G, Garriso n '82 (5), R. Layman '83, ]. Math is '83, L. McSpadd en '69, R. Shaner '86, J . Wallace, II '85 Other Donors : R . Mcin t yre 'S 4 , K.

with many alumni have more men contributing to the International Fraternity. But there are other ways of ranking alumni support. In January, we'll show the Top 20 by percentage of men who gave, and by the size of the average gift. We'll also list the leaders among alumni whose chapters are not active at present, but whose alumni are still loyal to DU and support its activities. Every DU can and should give to both the general Fraternity and his chapter each year, according to his means. It's how we keep DU strong, Be sure you and your chapter make next year's list! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 18. 19. 20.

Purdue (1) 147 (+3) Iowa State (6) 102 (+ 16) Indiana (15) 100 (+24) 98 (-1) Wisconsin (2) 96 (+9) Illinois (5) 95 (+ 18) Rutgers (12) 90 (+7) Syracuse (8) 88 (-6) Miami (3) 86 (-7) Kansas (4) 84 (+ 13) Michigan (19) Northwestern (7) 82 (-3) Washington (11) 81 (+ 2) 77 (-4) Nebraska (9) 76 (-1) Iowa (16) Ohio State (17) 74 (-0-) 73 (+6) Cornell (20) 73 (-4) Lehigh (12) 71 (-10) Missouri (9) 66 (-6) California (18) Technology (24) 65 (+8)

BAYLOR (1) Other Donors: J. J o nes, J r. '7S BOWDOIN (5) Golden Delta: P. Pratt '4 1 Silver Delta: E. Ames '33 (3 ), H . Farr '29 (5)

Other Donors: S. Balsbaugh '55 (12), H . Hen d rickso n '42 (6) BOWLING GREEN (27) President'. Club: A. J everet '59 (7), R. Litra '75 ( II ), J. Schrieber '55 (8), P. Stein· furth '68 (8) Golden Delta:]. Kenlon '54 (4) Silver Delta: W. Bensie '70, L. Blum '51 , ]. Boro n '83 (5), ]. Carste nsen '50 (2), C. Clingman '69 (8), G. Grozdon '50 (7), R. Hamaham '56 (8 ), R. Hayek '69, S. H ei· din§er '85, D. Mielke '59, K, Rust '50 (9), ~ei::1';5a n , Jr. '66 (1 4), J. Walsh '68, D.

Reichenstei n '84, R. Smith '85

Other Donors: B. Geth in '54, C. H ill '55, K.Jennings '66, ]. Klipfell, III '7 1, C. Mundi '52, R. Parki ns '7 1 (8), R. Russell '60 (3), ]. Sabine '64

AUBURN (3) Golden Delta: N, Long '66 Silver Delta: L. Arbizzani '68 (3) Other Donors:]. H enderson,J r. '62 (12)

BRADLEY (49) President's Club: M. Boylan '69 (14), M. Cole 'SO (2), R. Dohlsgaard , Jr. '63 (1 2)

Golden Delta: ]. Bremer '66 (14), W. Busa '53 (9), I . Cow ie '74 (3), R, Savio '56, ]. Schram 'SO (11), D. Seghi '5 1 (3) Silver Delta: C. Boland '53 (14), D. Corradin o 'S4 (2), B. De Spli nter '84, M. Fias· cone '85 (2), ]. Grin er '5 1 (5 ),]. H en derson '82 (3 )' J ' Istvan '82, M. Kiley '84 , H. Kil· Ielea '5 , 1. Leen gran '50 (3), ]. Leo nard '76, (I I ), T . Leonard 'S3 (3), A . Mansfield '60 (3), ]. Ma rs '84, L. Meyer '64, B. Miller '79 (6), R. Molin e '85, D. Mo rga n '82, E. Nelson '75 (1 1), R. Norkus '5 1 (2) , E. Pal· iatka '56 (14), D. Ram bke '49, M. Sadowski '76 (7), A . Schneider '83 (2), 1. Sulka '63, N. Susla '52 (6), T. T erry '61 (5), D. Valerio '76 (8), S. Wago ner '50 (3), R. Woods '78 Other Donors: 1. Dynan '54, R. McCallu m '50 (2), A. Menas '54 (2), E. Millne r, 1r. '62 (7), D. Olson '85, R. Patey, Jr. '69, M. Tagu e '77 (3), P . T ate 'SO, R. 1 ri ngali '51 (2) BRITISH COLUMBIA (9) Pre. ident's Club: H . Chapman '68 (7 ),

Gl:lll.;"~o;e;~;: ~3)Blumenauer '45 (12), R, Bonner '42, K. Broe '45 (11) Silver Delta: D. Mitten '45 (13), G. Strong '35 (7) ,]. Wallinger '53 Other Donors:]. Collum '49 (5)

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BUCKNELL (39) President's Club: L. Adams,Jr. '64 (14), R. Powell, 1I1 '76 Golden Delta: T. Kaercher '57 (4), B. Lundvall '57, W. Torrey, 1I1 '75 (2) Silver Delta: D. Bloomquist '63, H. Bray '67 (2), F. Carroll '75 (5), R. Costos '67, K. Erte l '85, H. Fithian, Ir. '34 (6), C. Hermann '62, W.lones '6g, D. Kni!fht '63, M. Kramer '76 (g), W. Major, Jr. 67 (7), R. Minesin&er '83 , K. Nicholson '85 (2), ]. Schrock 77, S. Snyder '78, W. Steinhauer '36 (14), H. Stewart '20, R. Strouse '78 (5), P. Sutton '78, M. Ward '85,]. Watters '64, F. Weckenman, Jr. '77 (10) Other Donors: R. Carter '56 (14),]. Clitter '52, D. Hopkins '42 (2), E. Kroninger, III '63, L. Lawson '48, T. Limpert '81, C. Scott '85,]. Sprout '48 (14), R. Sprout '49 (II), C. Vosburg '58, ]. Weaver '78, E. Woehling '72 (5) CALIFORNIA (66) President's Club: D. Armstrong '48 (3). K. Bach '81 (4), W. Boone '35 (5), B. Botsford '53 (14), W. Franklin '37 (II), H. Hummelt '61 , R. Kayser '46 (11), S. Kett '49 (9), D. Moulin '53 (II), E. Nelson '47, E. Stephens '44 (3) Golden Delta: J. Davidson, Jr. '48 (7), W. Heiman '50, P. Hobin '59 (3), W. Howell '41 (10), S. Martinelli '52 (6), D. McLeod '52 (3), W. Nilson '47 (3), D. Potter '36 (2), F. Rea '41, R. Reese '51 (9), E. Robinson '32 (12), E. Shurtleff '39 (2), M. White '57 Silver Delta: W. Allbin '63, D. Allen '37 (10), I. Birdwell, Jr. '68 (3),]. Brophy, 1I '33, It Brownlee '53 (2), M. Burleson '62 (2), F. Cameron '36, C. Channing '58, L. Costa '62 (4),]. Cottle '42, D. Crockett '66 (10),1'. Cronenwett '61 (3), B. Elledge '74 (3), L. Gardi ner '35 (6), G. Gibbons '57 (4), D. Harper, lr. '50, P. Hickerson, Ir. '37 (4), E. Holl 52, C. Kavanagh '64 (10), C. Leffingwell '25 (9), W. Lewis Jr. '47, W.

McCain '41 , R. Merrick '54, N. Murray, III '64 (14),]. Parker, II'. '49 (6), R. Pletcher '28 (6), M. Prado '(;1, L. Rea '54 (2), R. Robinson '51,]. Taylor '69 (3) Other Donors: E. De Reynier '25 (5), T. Fleishman '46 (3), D. Johnson '63 (4), R. Lau,ghlin '46 (3), R. ~ilIer '38 (2),),. O'Brien, 11'. '34, L. Parke.' 45, C. Rea 81 (3), R. 'Sherman '51, R. Sherrad, Ir. '49 (2), G. Suman, Jr. '51, G. Swett '75 (2)

'55 (3), P. Carmel '56, S. Evans,Jr. '47 (9), B. Heskett '22 (12), C. Holtsberg '34, R. !'l0od '38, E. Ingal~ '23 (2),]. Kavanau,gh 52, W. Keogh, J I'. 34 (6), M. Krasllltz 57 (10),]. McClure, Jr. '42 (12), R. Shallenberger '37 (3) Other Donors: A. Abrahamson '31, C. Dragstedt,lr. '43 (6), R. Freedman '54 (2), M. Noble 20 (14), G. Rinder '4 1 (2),]. Swift '49 (2), C. Taylor '33,

CARNEGIE (60) President's Club: H. Beers '35 (14), C. Cole '79 (5), C. Deible '29 (2), F. Kreider '38 (6), D. Newman '54 (14), P. Resch '28 (10), W. Stover '40 (8) Golden Delta: R. Cutting '24 (2), S. EI!iott '33 (14), W. Ellio\t '33 (4), C. Hall" II'. 54 (10), A. Icken,Jr. 65 (2), T. Markl 70, W. Milliron '30 (1 1),]. Polles '67 (14), C. Seibel,.Ir. '41 (14), R. Seitz '33, H. Smith, Ir. '44 (14),1. Vassil '52, L. Wiley,Jr. '49, H . Young '52 (II) Silver Delta: C. Aglc '42, G. Alan '82 (2), D. Bradley '62 (2), J. Connors '45, I. Domash '76 (7), W. Dornaus '35 (8), L. Caechtel' '80 (6), P. Hamilton '52, G. Heddaeus '20 (12), D. Hurley '79 (4), K. Kerlin '82, O. Kraft '35 (II), M. Matuza '65 (2), S. McNaugher '32 (8), G. Middleton '86, W. Otto, Jr. '38, W. Poole '39 (7), J. Reid '81 (6), M. Rotblatt '83 (3), C. Scheu, III '84, G. Smith '50, A. Thornquist '29 (6), E. Trapp '34, R. Young '53 (3) OtlIer Donors:]. ~all '5 1 (2), P. Blyler '32 (2), R. Brennan '54 (II), H. Dietrich '26 (3), F. Fingles '29 (6), P. Kennedy '22, C. Koester '50, I. McBride '32 (7), W. McDonald '52 (12'), H . Mielke '51 (14), W. Murdock '83 (3), H . N ichol '21,]. Reed '25 (3),]. Ross '33 (3), E. Wheeling '74 (8)

CLARKSON (33) President's Club: D. Nelson '69 (9), C. Phillips, III '64 (14) Golden Delta: G. Bakel' '27 (14), P. DobIan '66 (8),]. Duryea '8 1 (2), ]. Nabozny '74 (3) Silver Delta: M. Alt '80, D. Baker '81, R. Bicknell '71, M. Broda '68,]. Fitzqerald '27 (14), C. loy '29 (II), D. Kellock 59,]. Leonard '71, D. Mazo '56 (3), W. McCann '69 (7), F. McMahon '54 (2), L. Pagliaro '62, R. Smith '72, G. Stearns '73 (7), G. Tubbs '7 1 Other Donors: D. Brady '70 (2), C. Conole '31 (2), I. Danowski '71 (2), R. Hopkins '76 (6), D. Rieta '73 (2),]. Martinez '76, M. Millson '67 (3), R. Naylon, II'. '72 (6), I. Stelzl '79, R. Walser '41, W. \Vaterbury '8'1 (2), R. Wischhusen '76 (10)

CENTRAL MISSOURI (11) Golden Delta: ]. Schnaible '82 Silver Delta: D . Barrale '75, T. Celis '84, M. Gerik '83, W. Gieselmann 'B4, J. Kirk~ man '72, W. Letzig '71 (11), J. McCambridge '72 (9), M. Weaver '81 (3) Other Donors: P. Bartle '77 (5), K. Le Doux '84 CHICAGO (31) President's Club: P. Davis, Jr. '35 (12), W. Eustis '51. (3), M. Mandel 55 (14), D. Mars '68, R. Purcell '31 (II), A. Tenney, Jr. '43 (10) Golden Delta: R. Bidwell '50 (14), I. Fitzgerald '43 (II), E. Grage '27 (3), iI. Pasquinelli '5 4, A. Sbarge '56 (3) Silver Delta: C. Borst '33 (2), E. Bronson

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COLBY (5) Silver Delta: I . Makant, Jr. '50 (3), O. Sanderson '63 (2) Other Donors: C. Cousins '48 (3), O. Emery, Jr. '39 (3), D. Sargent '39 (4) COLGATE (52) President's Club: H. Abrams '27 ( 12), R. Lambrix '61 (3), W. Major '26 (4), W. Miller '27 (9), R. Rice '34 (12), W. Thayer, III '31 (5), R. Tyburski '74 (13), D. Wade '50 Golden Delta: R. Cunniff'45 (2),.1. Donaldson, Jr. '45 (2), P. Schmid '61 [10), E. Van Orden '40 (9), R. Weldon '52 (6) Silver Delta: A. Abramson '62 (3), H . Bickle '28 (2), W. Condon '69, N. Gow '46 (2), F. Hoyle, Jr. '52 (3), W. Kranichfeld '44 (10), I. Krogh '38 (5), F. McCown, III '50 (I 0), t. McMahon '71 (11), P. Musgrave '34 (2), T. Nast '37 (14), C. Neumann '49 (2), B. Schwa nda '37, R. Smith '68 (8), L. Stark '25 (ll), A. Taylor, Ir. '43 (3), R. Taylor, '32 (2), E. Walton '34(14), H. Wilkinson '34 (9), V. Zane '56 (2) Other Donors: N. Becker, Jr. '56 (8),]. Brewster, III '78, C. Collier '85, P. Deehnan '81, R. Duffield '37 (10), ]. Guter '32 (4), D. Helman '41 (14), C. Keyser '31 (9), W.

Mawhinney '42 (10), A. Persson,Jr. '42 (4), B. Rosenbloom '76 (8), y. Rowbotton, Jr. '39,]. Shoemaker,Jr. '66' (2), M. Smith 85 (2), J. Squires '47 (7), D. Swan '31 (8), H. Warnick, IV '62,]. Weiler '32 (3), L. Willi ams '29 COLORADO (20) President's Club: H. Nelson '59 (13) Golden Delta: I . Lombardi '6 1, T. Schulze '81, S. Yezek '80' (6) Silver Delta: Cohen '83, E. Cunningham '84 (3), . Gaddis '63 (8), R. Gust '8 1 (4), S. Mahannah '61 (3),]. McMullen '83, K. Neumann '79 (2), J. Oppold '76 (10), R. Ruppe '67 (2), R. Schwahn '71, I. Standley '73,]. Van Eenemaam '79 (4), iI.

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll Our best chapters stay on top, and our weaker chapters improve, with your help. man '28 (4),]. Theodorakos '73, G. West, Jr. '39 (3), F. Williams '34, R. Wolfe '81 Other Donors: ]. Allen, Jr. '73, R. Attiyeh '55 (2), H. 'Ilartlett, ]r. '35 (5), T. Carley '65, R. Dodge '40, t. Hanson '83 (4), R. Hiller '55 (6), J . Knuff '74, ]. McGovern '80, T. Meachem '35 (4),J. Teare '59,]. Thul '75, E. Weber '49 (7) CREIGHTON (9) President's Club: W. Buckmiller '71 (3) Golden Delta: G. Bean '72 (3), M. Freidel '84 (2), ]. Healey '85, G. McNary '75 (11), K. Sulfivan '78 Other Donors: R. Haerr '72 (9), T. Moore '77, P. Verdi '78 DARTMOUTH (14) President's Club: W. Banks,Jr. '45 (13), S. Patterson '42 (10), R. Steehenson '25 (4) Golden Delta: W. Cook 23 (8) Silver Delta: S. Cornthwaite '35 (4), S. Ensinger '27 (14), A. Gillespie, Jr. '44 (7), E. Patterson '4 1 Other Donors: L. Carter '28, R. Eaton '36, L. Fortuna '38 (4), C. Hailes '32 (12), L. Milliken '27 (2), N. Swift '27 (12) DAVIS (I) Other Donors: C. Gong '70 DAYTON (2) Golden Delta: W. Maselko '8 1 (4) Other Donors: W. Lyons '72 (13) DELAWARE (6) Golden Delta: E. Anzalon e '72 (2) Silver Delta: ]. Brzostowski '79 (3), ]. Carey, Jr. '70 (II), W. Hallam '80 (6), D. Oldliela '70 (10) . Other Donors: D. Muth '81 DENISON (12) President's Club: B. Bailey '58, H. B05wau '55 (14), R. Fay '50 (3) Golden Delta: D. Kuhlman '61 (14), G. Ma~hielse '58, P. Schaefer '57 Silver Delta: B. Taylor '82 (3), M. Zinsser '69 Other Donors: D. Brainard '62 (12), R. Kirsch '84, E. McNew '54, R. Miller '77 DEPAUW (52) President's Club: W. Childs '32, R. Clutter '39 (4),]. Forema n '33, C. Frees '36 (6), ]. Hammond, Jr. '50 (3), G. Kohler '51, N. Krueger '40 (2) , ]. McConnell '66 (4). R. Newell '34 (12), A. Tilden '28 (2), J. Wolf '39 Platinum Delta: E. Lascher '5 1 (2) Golden Delta: W. Barrett '61 (5), C. Fischer '62 (2), D. Parkin '16,]. Petty '36 (12),]. Shake '40 (14) Silver Delta: E. Boldrer. '63 (3), D. Caseley '33 (2), E. Epperson 30 (10), E. Gurney '52 (2), C. HlDtz '32 (6), D. Jones '70

(3), ]. Koch '53, W. Kyhos '66, K. Lee '47 (3), R. Moffett '32 (2), D. Petel's '85, W. Reagan '46, B. Wise '36 (11) Other Donors: A. Alexandrou '85 (2), P. Brown '45, P. Coons '39 (3), R. Current '28 (3), J. Davidson '63, K. Davis '84, B. Ehrman '85, C. Gamble '33 (9), B. Grabow '85, ]. Graenke '45 (2),]. Heerens, 1\1 '84, M. Herrell '60 (8), R.Job '41, F. Kaiser '57, R. Ma~n '74 D . ,Meddaugh '5\ (2), ]. Parks 63, R. lost 47, A. Potts 29, D. Sampson '50, A. Stewart '32 (6), A . Voorhis '30 (5)

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Other Donors: D. Green '29, D. Hamilton '24 (3), M. Isaf '85, P. Luney, Jr. '70 (3), K. McGovern '85, 1'. McNall '57,]. Pitarresi '70 (5), S. Tuthill '30 (2) HARVARD (7) President's Club: L. Hanchett '29 (4), L. Lovett '33 (5) Golden Delta: E. Ballard '27 (6) Silver Delta: W. Spang '38 (5) Other Donors: A. Acfams '32 (12), G. Dorman '25 (3), E. Holder Jr. '31 (8) HOUSTON (10) President's Club: J. Babe '77, R. Mahoney '83 (4) Golden Delta: W. Carr, III '76 (4), R. Horton '80 (3), D. Jones '81 (3), H. Picard '83 (3) Silver Delta: D. Dutcher '73 (12), ]. Magill,Tr. '73 (2), N. Mertens '73 (4), V. Roznovsky '75 (9) ILLINOIS (96) President's Club: A. Altorfer,Jr. '43 (6), A. Beckman '22 (12), R. Chesrown '69, C. Coffel '28 (14), C. Ganschow '3~ (6), C. Hinton '29, R. Hougham '72 (7), H. Huntoon '37 (6), H. Huntoon '72 (12), W. Ju lian '29 (14), H . McFarland '51, L. McKinley '40 (4), B. Procter, Jr. '44 (4), A. Rice, Jr. '36 (12), C. Witshy '74 (2) Platinum Delta: S. Kouzomis '68 (3),]. Mills '59 (3), O. Sherman,Jr. '51 (5) Golden Delta: H. Bailie '48, R. Bertsche '76, M. Blankenship '55 (11), O. Bluthardt '22 (4), R. Buchanan '55 (8), D. Dees '55 (5), F. Dunham '41 (6), M. Finney, ]r. '53 (8), P. Kooistra '58, B. Ladd '57 (9), M. Pizzuto '8 1 (6),~. Plewa '78 (5), G. Ross, Jr. '37, P. Skarr 83, R. Stauder '46 (5), G. Wilson '53 Silver Delta: R. Brunson '58, A. Chapman '69 (3), H. Chapman, ]r. '37 (5), R. C rowley '69 (3), R. Fadum '35 (8), C. Gimre '29 (4), W. Groebe, III '70 (6), W. Guynn '33 (2), K. Hamm '85, E. Hardesj1'46 (4),

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Our members and pledges need to know about various careers, and to meet successful alumni in various professions. They also need to know that if our society is to work well, it needs concerned men to volunteer and devote time and effort; alumni can provide valuable role models here. The DU Educational Foundation helps spread these important values, and the understanding of the obligations of the college-educated man in today's society. All <;>f this requires a helping hand from alumni. You might help with a direct investment of your time for a chapter nearby. Or your help may be financial. Our Foun-

Hortberg '57 (3), B. ]olley '30, R. Kennedy '60, S. Krueger '85 (!!), 1 . Kurland '80 (3), G. Matic '75, G. Mead '57 (9), R. Potter '53, H. Rudiller '31 (4), ]. Snyder '44 (2), E. Stunard 55 (2), P. Siveet '23, P. Ulatoski '75 (2), R. Valko '64, S. Williams '71 (8), D. Wolf '67 INDIANA (100) President's Club: D. Alani '85, C. Anderson, Jr. '27 (11), W. Bradfield '31 (7), H. Garnette '60 (3), ]. Gibson '42 (4), A. Graf '51 (7), B. Har!;er '54 (14), R. Haugh '48 (11), P.Jenkins 65, H. KahlenbeckJr. '52 (14), G. Lambert '55, R. Murray '51, H. Smith '52, K. Smith '63 (12), R. Step,hens '6 1 (10),]. Wells '66 (4), H. Yenne 16 (14) Platinum Delta: R. Peyton '69 (7) Golden Delta: R. Ballard '62, S. Blakley '65 (6), ]. Cartwright '54 (7), G. Causey '46, T. Cayror'21 (12), R. currier'64,tcurry '51, R. DeBolt '49 (14),]. Ettl '35, . Etzler '75 (2), D. Farquharson '40 (10), . Hall '44 (14), M. McCarthy '84, W. Miller, ]r. '59, M. Milner '41, W. Rinehart '29 (6), M. Robb '26 (14), H. Rosenberl\er '22 (14), B. Ser Vaas '4 1 (5), A. Songer 67 (2),). Warner '19 (7), F. Williams '70, K. Wmgham '66 (8) Silver Delta: D. Allard '70 (11),]. Beauchamp '84, T. Bell '78 (5), D. Bissell '59, M. Blanco '84 (2), G. Boggs '72, T. Bowers '64 (3), C. Carlson '83, C. Carter '37, H. Cormican '40 (2), R. Delano '85 (2), D. Downing '55 (2), D. Endwright '56 (14),]. Enzor '46, I. Escolt,Jr. '41 (~)'f.' Fishburn '67 (2), D. Fleischhauer '76, I'll. Flory '44, L. Harmon '74, T. Hintz '83, G. Hudson '51, F. Kaplar, Jr. '78, G. Kern '83 (3), C. Kimmell '37, R. Larko '81 (3), P. Lawrence '84 (3), G. Marvel '84, ]. McKenzie '3 2, D. Miller '65, J Miller '3ll (4), L. Miller '74, S. Moore '6 ~, L. Moss '49, P. Peak '55 (14), R. Peck, Jr. '76, R. Pretat, Jr. '77 (3), E. Snelz '82, J. Sowash, III '79, G. Stubbs '34, R. Thompson '74 (7), S. Topper '67, E. Webber '85, D. Whitman '75, D. Yenerich '82 Other Donors: C. Bell '54 (10), R. Black, Jr. '68 (2), G. Chase '39, T. Cook '48, R. 'Pleetwood '29, H. Franzman '48, R. Jones '55, B. Kelley '81, ]. Landis '77, D. Miller '58,]. Pangburn '85 (2), D. Pond '75 (2), R. Rock '67 (8), R. Stork '72, D. VerHagen '85 (2) IOWA (76) President's Club: L. Courter '57 (10), M. Falb '69 (6), H . Harsha '42 (14), H. Hawkinson '35 (14),]. Hunn '55, C. Obermann '26 (14), R. Renfro '48, R. Shaffer '34, M. T hielen '57 (4), K. Weigel '78 (9), ]. Wiese '58 (10) Golden Delta: ]. Allison '71, P. Birkestrand '73, J. Fletcher '35 (14) , R. Foster,

dation endowment and income are small compared to other fraternities, and ifDUs are to benefit from the fraternity experience, it will only be through their own DU Educational Foundation. So your annual alumni contribution is important! especially now that U.S. donations are tax deductible . Many DU alumni also have the financial means to make a m~or difference in the Educational Foundation's activities, If you are in such a position, I urge you to contact our professional staff, and learn more about your opportunities to invest in our Fraternity, and in DUs who will be our leaders for tomorrow.

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111 '77 (5),]. Lundy '36 (11), D. Marston '63 (4), K. Miller '67 (6), M. Payne '34, L. Prybil '62 (3), R. Roseland '66 (4), A. Sunderbruch '67 (6), T. Vickers '71 (10), B. Wilson '83 (3) Silver Delta: F. Ackerson '44 (11), I. Adams '53 (2), C. Benson '41 (11), R. Boelio '35 (4), D. Bowen '56, E. Browning, Jr. '37 (10), I. Burge '61, L. Case '70 (5), H. Childs '33 (14), R. Cizek '81, K. Collins '70, J. Daine, Ir. '51 (6), W. Ellis '69, G. Go1inveaux '51, A. Gross '59, T. Harper '83, R. Heintz '77, D. Hinson '5"(5), G.Jacobs '22 (3), A. Kesman '77 (6), D. Kloewer '58 (3), Kramer '69, L. Krekel '56 (2), H . Littig 65, J. McCarragher '68 (8), C. McMillen '80 (4), R. O'Connor '47 (11), Rathert '54, M. Ritchie '83 (3), D. Rusk 76 (9), K. Schulz '60, A. Sloan '80 (7), M. Stark '43 (3), I. Steele '63 (4),]. Wenman '76 (3), C. Wieben '47 (7), W. Wilcox '37, P. Wills '30 (4), D. Wynja '67 (3) Other Donors: R. Ablard '56 (3), D. Anderson '48, N. Berven '67, D. Boyle '55, R. Davis '57, P. Dikeman '31 (10), F. Huebsch, Ir. '52 (3), C. Hulse '62, M. Hynes '67 (8), b. Leonard '39, W. Rubin '68 (II), D. Smalley '68 (3), T. Wissler '71 (2)

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IOWA STATE (102) President's Club: K. Bruening '80 (7), L. Gleason '42 (4), T. Hansen '79 (8), T. Herbert '82 (2), A.Johnson, Ir. '47 (7), M. Kuchel '76, D. Lovell '50, R. Mason '33 (11), J. Osborn '73 (5), W. Perry '27 (10), F. Schooley '22 (14), W. Sigman '50 (4), A. Warren '22 (14),]. Yirak '40 (8),]. Young '28 (7) Golden Delta: L. Clapp '23 (3),]. Courter '84 (3),]. Cronk '60 (14), W. Donahey '32 (14), C. Foss '71 (4), W. Grant '27 (6), I. Lein '62,]. Moodie '45 (2), P. O'Malley '85, I. Parker '30 (10), L. Pearson '64 (2), T. Peters '57, K. Porter '85, R. Provorse '78 (4), R. Renk, Ir. '80 (6), S. Roeder '68, G. Walker '44 (fO), P. Winchell '74 (2), W. Wood '55 (9) Silver Delta: D . Becker '76 (2), R. Behrens '29, S. Blaue '75 (2), H. Brandt '47 (3), C. Burroughs '68, W. Carlson '42 (5), L. Colony '59, R. Curtis '82, R. Fleck '49 (11 ), C. Gruen ig Jr. '59 (11), T. Haebich '38, W. Holsin~er '57 (4), S. Hudson '84 (2), K. Jeffries 8 1, D. Kirkpatrick '71 (4), D. Larew '63 (4), R. Long '50 (3),J. Lovell , Jr. '50 (6), R. Mangas '84 (3), R. Marvin 43, R. McClure '55 (3), I. Mem '80, W. Meyer '72, S. Micek '82, R. Neil '30 (14), M. Nickey '65 (2), G. O'Brien '79 (3), S. Pearson '86, D. Perrenoud '82, P. Posakony '41, C. Renk '83 (2), D. Rogers '53, D. SIeben '67 (5), R. Sorensen '73, R. Spears '41 (6), D. Spong '81 (3), G. Sullivan '80 (7), H. Tell '65 (5), D. Von Kerens '82,1 . Watkins '53, V. Webster '25 (14), R. liamson '28 (14), c. Wogens '24 (4) Other Donors: B. Becker '75, R. Chance '54 (5), L. Clark '33, L. Clauson '25 (4), G. Cook '30, R. Farr '61, F. Floren '45 (2), W. Gustafson '57 (2), D. Gutknecht '59, ]. Hagen '80, D. Heckmiller '57 (7), D. Howell '85, R. Hupp '72, D. Jacobs '62 (2), R. Joslin '47 (4), L. Kempers '75 (3), R. Knudsen '44, N. Kramer '83, R. Maher '70, D. Moore '78, A. Mores '80 (2), C. Rausch '66 (3), S. Swinton '73, C. Trunkey '52 (5), P. Welch '59

W. Landess '53 (7), C. Saricks '70 (10), r(14), Scholten '62, I路 Seitz '30 (14), D. Slawson 56 (14), J. Sl. Clair '58 (10), D. Stanton '65 (3)

Golden Delta: K. Berkley '61 (14), B. Biles '66 (8), B. Buckley '76, A. Butler '31 (13), H . Butler, Jr. '31 (3), B. Chaney '48 (2)" M. Crowther '59 (11),]. Esau '78 (4), L. Gaston,jr. '78 (4),]. Hysom,Jr. '57 (10), I. Lamb '23 (12), W. Larsh, Jr. '52 (4), I. l.owe '56 (2), P. Miller '73 (9), P. Mokeski ' 79, R. Morrison '70, T. North '69 (2), D. Skaggs '32, M. Thomas '62. M. Zuercher '78 (2) Silver Delta: D. Buechel '45 (7), C. Cram '69, S. Davies '73 (8), A. Davis '73, S. DeVore '35 (8), )- Deckert '62, R. Enoch '71, L. Gamble 64 (2), M. Gmve '42 (3), B. Hamilton '78, E. Hand, III '66, B. Harris '83 (2),.J. Herriott '36 (3), V. Hiebsch, Jr. '42 (3), W. Hysom '62 (3),]. Irwin '49 (14), S. oyce '70, L. Lane, Jr. '34, R. McCall '53, . Mears '55 (3), E. Metcalf '43 (10), L. iller '72, W. Reeder '47 (9), I. Rockhill '51 (8), G. Rohrer '57 (3), S. Sirver '85 (2),]. Swoyer,Jr. '48 (2),]. Waddell '57 (10), W. Wandling '58 (3), S. Wells '75 (8), W. White '27, R. Williams '40 (II) Other Donors: A. Childs '35, R. Christensen '51,]. Cram '71 (11), K. Ehrlich '45, G. Hamilton '37, L. leter, 11 '65,]. Keen '68, M. Light '49 (14), U. McGill '28 (4), H. McKeever '22

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'85 (2), W. Maxwell '67, P. Oberle, Jr. '83 (2), R. Sell '78 (9), B. Stanley '80 (7), S. Tangeman '71 (3), K. Tucker '76 (11), T. Tuckwood '79, B. Wool Bert '77 Other Donors: P. Ash 68 (2), M. Berkley '63,]. Breeden, IV '83, D. Bugner '81 (5), B. Hallman '81 (5), T. Hawk '68 (2), J. Kappler '82 (3), S. Morgan '69 (2), E. Musil '71 (14),]. Oppy '64 (4), M. Ruff '64 (5), D. Sachse '84 (2), S. Salter '79 (2), W. Schuler '84, A. Schwenfeger '84,J. Swenson '77 (5)

KENT STATE (17) President's Club: I. Gersten '61 (14) Golden Delta: N. Giorgianni '56 (10), P. Shriver '50 (10),]. Wray '65 Silver Delta: D. Baldwin '60 (3), R. Cellone '67 (4), A. Dalcher 57 (12), A. Farinacci '65 (14), P. Hall '49 (14), K. Kalish '59 (3), T. Litwiler '56 (5), W. Miller '65 (4), D. Parsons '64 (2), L. Roth '47 (4) Other Donors: R. Champion '54, C. Rodgers '60, R. Stevenson '47 (2) LAFAYETTE (37) President's Club: G. Travaglini '72 (4), R. West '53 (14) Golden Delta: K. Franzinger '36 (10), H. Harkins '34 (2), M. MacGeachie '72 (11), W. Messick '68 (8), E. Merers '66 (9), A. Neafie '29 (3), E. Vonder'l ann '35 Silver Delta: C. Alexander, IV '56 (14), E. Berndt '84, M. Blaine '76,]. DeRuyter '73 (7), Epstein '85, G. Facciani '68, L. Gerard 34 (6), R. Hefler,Jr. '52,]. Hensler '41, L. Hindenach '40 (4), T. Klein '68 (2), I. Long '30 (2), W. McGlynn,Jr. '38 (3), P. Moser, III '68, K. Phells '78, r. Reed '47, A. Rider '32, S. Roth '8 1 (6), E. Welsh '30 (3), C. Wright '74, I. Zembron '74 (5) Other Donors: E. Humma '29 (10), R. Kleinert '82, W. Lockett, Jr. '45 (2), D. McLaughlin '84 (3), H . Smith '51 (10), C. Townsend '34 (14), D. Whitney '80

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Golden Delta: I. Alcaro '74 (3), R. Allan '68, C. Allen '25 ([3), R. Berger '68,]. Briggs '75 (4), B. Conchar '41 (9), D. Czerny '74 (9), B. Davis '31 (6), I. Edell '79 (3), C. Edwards '41, E. ForstaO '20 (14), R. Goebel '43 (2),]. Lichter '68 (8), A. Linares '58, L. Maroti '58, T. Nehring '75, H. Peck '37 (II), F. Rabold '39 (6), W. Salmond '46 (II), G. Sawtelle '40 (3), R. Tomalesky '65 (2), E. Yaszemski '80 (6), E. Youngling '66 (3), W. Ziebold '46 (II) Silver Delta: A. Barker '61, A. Beeken, 111, '45 (2), P. Berg '44, B. Bishop '26,]. Boyer '50 (5), S. Ca~an '85, W. Deemer, Jr., '35 (5), C. Dent 38 (3),]. Frank, III 68,]. Fulton, III '73 (2), R. Gabriel '51 (12), W. Hayes '43 (2), S. Herbert '36 (7), T. Hess '37 (10), D. Hornbaker '26 (11)'d' Kirkpatrick '29 (10), J. Kurtz '52 (II), . Miller, Jr. '76, M. Morgis '84 (3), W. Nutt '36 (10),]. Perna '76 (11), R. Reber '41 (10), R. Ruth '68 (8), M. Sestak '85 (2) Other Donors: I. Arthur '21 (2), C. Baumgartner '67 (2'), E. Boyer,Jr. '43 (2), R. Cluley '38 (2), C. Day '30 (14), E. Furst, 11 '60 (6), B. Goldman '58 (3), R. Good, Ir. '40 (2), H. Hilton '38, E. Lucadamo '71 (10),]. Quincr '42,]. Ramsay, '58 (14), G. Ramsden '44 (2), A. Sine, Ir. 35, R. Sr.ieth '76, C. Swenson '50 (2), G. Swenson 78 LOUISVILLE (34) President's Club: H . Federa '37 (14),]. Fisher '67, G. Gaddie '49 (14), V. Lussky '43 (8), B. Mudrick '82 (6), R. Williams '67 (10) Golden Delta: L. Aronson '70, T. Gil-

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McKinley '49, I. Motz '32, j. No \,per '33 (3), K. Pal'P '5'9 (3), T. Potter '5 (7), R. Pryor '37 (12), R. Roessner '35, j. Ryan '34 (3), [. Shearon '53 (3), T. Shelt '57 (3), D. Snyaer '70,j. Steen '41,j. Thomas '32 (4), C. Witte '51 (3) Other Donors: B. Carlson '79 (6), M. Cottle '81 (6), M. Ericksen '77 (4), j. Hallihan '67 (4), A, Krill '63 (2), R. Lemon '61, W. Loomis '60 (2), E. McGovern '5 1 (II), L. Orebaugh '24 (3), N. Paulson '67,j. Petrich '36 ([4), E. Rausch '34 (2), F. Robinson, II '62, W. Sachwitz '55, S. Surplus '81, G. Tourjee '37, G. Vaughn '48, T. Vogel '66, W. Vogel '48 (4) MICHIGAN (84) President's Club: E. Allmendinger '44, B. Bugbee '37 (6), R. Davis, Jr. '47 (II), C. Ford , Jr. '44 (5), W. Garvey '4 1, I. Kirkby '4 1 (2), A. Marion '42 (4), D. Mason '57 (3), E. McCobb '23 (II), R. Meyer '6 1 (13), T. Tanase '63 (2), A. Wible, Jr. 59 (2) Platinum Delta: D. Thomas '32 (7) Golden Delta: R. Adams '40 (14), C. Clark, II'. '39, J. Currie '63, R. Earle '63, R. Hoftman '71 (3), W. Hole, 11'. '51 (II), P. McLouth '21, G. Niwlau '4ll(7), P. Owens '3 1 (10), F. Poole '46 (8), M. Ramsay, '50 (6), M. Robertson , Jr. '66,r Shader 72, W. Steen '44 (3), R. Wardle 52 (2), j. White '50 (14) Silver Delta: F. Aengst '57 (3), R. Bardsley '71, L. Bartholomew '50 (2), R. Bowman '38, C. Correll '63, K. Dec '62, R. Gleason '24, E. Goodier '35, j. Grettenberger '59 (2), R. Grunder '44 (3), I. Hahn, Jr. '59, M. Hartwit: '68 (6), K. Hecht '34, K. H epI '39, (8), . Hoad '32 (7), T. Holda '77, , Holt '83 2), L. Hurst, 1II '73 (5), T. J.aco '44 (3), H .Jencks '64 (3), L.Johnson 2

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tensen, Jr. '35 (14), J. Nixon, 1II '79 (2), M. Perkms,Jr. '51 (5),j. Reynolds, Jr. '76 (4), K. Ri chardson '63, j. Ritchie '38 (4), I. Robertson '45, H. Shaefer, Jr. '32 (3), It Spencer, III '59 (6), N. Spewock '62, K. Tapp '48 (14), T. Thompson '72 (3), R. ~.oWl~;~ ,~l' E. Wahl '63, K. Wahtera '67, Other Donors: R. Bates '78 (9), J. Donaldson '64 (8), C. Gabler '27 (2), G. Green '22, R, Holloway '51 (2), [. Kim '85, D. Lansdale '38, R. Lieblein '54 (4), G. Lowery '83, S. Porter '80 (2), R. Savage, Ir. 76, R. Slater '52, W. Wilson '38 (14), If Zimont '85 (2) MICHIGAN STATE (44) President's Club: C. Allen '55 (6), T. Busson '68, E. Christensen,]r. 57, F. Coon '61 (4), A. Dean, Jr. '60, R, Dhue '68 (6), P. Franzetta '70 (II), G.Jenison,1r. '56 (2), R. McBain '64 (5), j. Palmitier 60 (3), j. Pattee '70 (7) Golden Delta: D. Baginski '70 (4), E. Bard '65, W, Bopf'58 (3), R. Dobberteen '52 (5), C. MacDonald '64, W. McGee '57, A. Radcliffe '66 (7), D. Rawson '70, R. Thompson '67 (14), R. Vanderveer '56 (2), R, Zaki '80 (4)

Silver Delta: D. Carpenter '63 (2), C. Ferlfuson '79 (4), R. Goodman '81, D. Harer 62, G. Hill, III '69, B. Hoot '65 (10), . Kaufeld '49 (10), L. Maccani '56 (II), R. auert '65 (8), H , Riedesel '55, I. Rozak '62, j. Ryan '55 (8), W. Savage '5'6 (8), G. Shannon '62, M. Spillum '58 (3),j. Tanton '56 (3), j. Wilson '62 Other Donors: T. Harbison, Yr. '59, W. Hawkin s '85. S. Kali&ian '84, A. &t.cGovern, Jr. '50, j. Patterson 85 (2)

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MICHIGAN TECH (2) '84silver Delta: R. Szilagyi '84, D, Taylor MIDDLEBURY (40) President's Club: W, Cady '34 (3), L. Hayward '23 (II), R. Noonan '2 1 (13) Golden Delta: E. Ferrari '34, L. Law '52, D. Palmstrom '45, D. Riley '24 (14), H. Spinney '37, F. Wheeler '39 (6), D. Whittinghill, J r. '50 Silver Delta: C. Allen '29 (14), T. Bennett '41 (14), P. Buskey '38 (2), C, Forbush, Jr. '49, W. Fuller '54 (10), L. Haines '43, F. Hinman '3 1 (6), R.Johnso n, 1II '68, H. Jones '56 (5), E. Kister 41 (2), K. O'Connor 53 (4), H. Painter '33 (8), j. Whitton, Jr. '51 (2)

Other Donors: R. Allen '33 (6), R. Andersen '49 (2), R. Burrows '29 (9), R. Davenport '31 (3), W. Fullington '18 (2), P. Gale '46 (3), A. Golinick,Jr. '55, A. Ide '33 (4), C. lawby '75 (II), S. Kelley, II '29 (4), W. Kefley '29 (14), F. McNamee '50 (II), H. Newman '30, C, Philipson '37 (6), A. Pierce '30 (II), j. Smith '38 (8), B. Wiley '72 (5) MINNESOTA (27) President's Club: C. Crippen '30 (14), H. Diercks '35 , j. Hamann '59 (9), L. Truesdell, Ir. '27 (5), P. Wilke, II'. '50 (14) Golden belta: S. Lagerlof '56, 0, Opdahl '41 (14), C. Stoehr,11 '65 (4),j. Tatam '33 (7), O. Wynne '34 Silver Delta:j. Barclay '69 (10), C. Berg '34, A. DeBuhr '38 (2), P. Gerver '80 (7), R. Gunderson '5 1, P. Heersema '27. O. McDonald '4 1 (2), R. Pelton '35 (3), W. Sears '40 (2), P. Simons '78, P. Wilke '23 (10) Other Donors: L. Baker '65 (10), L. Fredrickson '75 (2), H. Gray '28 (3),j. Lund '64, H . Mithun '34 (2), P. Trefonas, Jr. '69 MISSOURI (71) President's Club: R, Burridge '46 (5),j. Ehrlich '67 (6), E. Glasscock '27 (10), W. HarWelljr. '5 1 (2), L. Hubbard '55 (5), L. Hughes, I'. '31 (II), G. Kautz '33, B. Lutz '58 (4), . McKelvey '32 (8), V. Neff '66 (12),0 , Read '33 (9), j. Riggs, Jr. '30 (9), C. Schooley '28 (10), R. Ymgling, Jr. '62 (13) Platinum Delta: B. Finley '36, H. Ochs, Jr. '33 (15) Golden Delta: G. Beimdiek '35 (7), K. Smith, 11'. '67 (7), F. Tennant, II'. '62, R. Webb 'g l (13), j. Wegner '57 (~) Silver Delta: I. Alexander '83, G. Allemann '69 (12), R. Anderson '63 (7), C. Axelberlf '38, I. Bell '83 (2), T. Corlew '84, F. Duff 80 (3), W. Gibson '38 (14), E, Gray '76 (3), R. Hortin '61'J' leans, 11'路 '53 (2), F. Jones, Jr. '32 (3), . Kins. ''''5 (4), D. Leach '55 (2), D. Marton '29 (~), j. Martin '30, B. Moore '63 (5), D, Morice '65, R. Nelson '83, D. Randall, Ir. '69 (9), G. Rector '62 (3), S. Richards '64 (2), W, Rowland '79, j. Schmudde '70 (4), G. Segall '33, j. Seitz, 1II '59, B. Tarantola '81 (5), B. Tate, J.r. '41 (II), W, Taylor '41 (II), I. Thweatt 30 (8), W. Vaughn '57 (2), M. Wagner '72 (4), D, Warner '72, E. Wendelburg '57, T. Witt '22 Other Donors: S. ARru sa '84 (3), G. Bistlin e '76 (9), K. Brashears '75, W. Browne '33 (II), D. Cheswick '49, S. Craven '74 (II), W. Gad dis '57 (2), C. Groomes '76, A. Kaestner '57, W, Plummer '36 (3), I. Richards '41,j. Rogers '49, A. Smith '85, W. Smith '24 (7), P. Yehlen '72 (II) NEBRASKA (77) President's Club: H . Barnard '56 (4), H. Browne ll, Jr. '24 (2), T. Cheney '36 (II), J. Dearborn '32 , H. Gray '34 (14), E. Hansen '30 (5), R. Hunt '41 (2), W. Krommenhoek '57 (14), R, Loch '54 (3), E, Lohr '32, F. McGrew '34 (5), K. O'Bannon '50 (13), I, Tippetts '67 (5), H. Urbach '33 (II), R. Valdez '66 (3), H. Wilkins '42 . Golden Delta: G. Fisk '58, E. Hohensee '68, P. Hummel '31 (13 ), D. Koziol '66, L. Schick '29 (14), S. Swenson, Jr. '38 (3),K. Thompson '74 (2), O. Yoder '26 (14) Silver Delta: L. Alexander '36 (7), G. Autry, 11'. '35 (3), S. Baker, II'. '37, B. Barnard 'lll (5), S. Carlson '54 (4), A. Christenson '45 (14), C. Edholm '4 1, D. Forke '46, F. Goodwin, Jr. '50 (14), R. Green '50 (2), M. Grier '83 (3)'1' Hibberd '79 (7), C. Hildebrand '38 (3), . Hod~es '78 (2), W. Johnson '42 (3). S. KIllinger 6 1 (3),)- King 68 (3), R. Koerber '69, R. Krafka 58, M. Mason '57, F. Meier '42 (2), G. Muncy '70 (9), D. Onnen '76 (7), W. Ped ley '32 (2), I. Rodriguez '65 (2), G. Sawyer '35 (3), It Shively '82 (5), H. Smith '65 (14), v. Stone '36 (3), M. Teetor '84 (3) j. Warrick '59 (2), j. Williams '61 Other Donors: N. Felber '41, R, Ford '69 (2), S. Henning '85, S. Hinchcliff '77 (10), R. Keehn '83 (4), R. Kiffin '33 (2), C. Kol0er '46, K. Leach '85 (2), C, Messinger '82 (3), C. Minnich '37 (3), H . Muff'30 (6), R. Noble '49 (2), L. Pankonin '37 (4), j. Robe rts '37, W. Rominger '26 (2), j. Rose '85 (2), W, Sackett '38 (5), R. Sarson '38,

R. Seline '78; V. Shelters '40 (3), G. Warner '58 (3) NEW YORK (13) President's Club: G. Koski '43 (12), F, Loeschner '26 (2), j. Mazzei '26 (12), R. Stigberg '25 (4) Silver Delta: I, Bryson '26, D. Coon '32 (II), E. Gaylord '23, I, Redegeld '23 (7) Other Donors: A. :aeman '34 (8). L. Beman '38, S, Brown '24 (12), C. Hoover '40 (8), W. Merritt '27 NORTH CAROLINA (54) President's Club: I. Clark '68 (8), I. Goforth,Jr. '66 (5), G. Rrichbaum,Jr. '69, H. Pawlik '54 (II), W. Watkins '27 (14) Golden Delta: D, Bullock '80, J , Dalton, Ir. '59 (10),1- Ely '68 (3), D. Fostel' '81 (5) W, Michael 73 (9), D. Myrick '65 (14), H. Poole '64 (6) Silver Delta: R. Axres '65 (14), C. Baker '74 (6), E. Barr '26 (7), D. Barwick '79, R. Bogp,Jr. '79, T. Burgiss '84 (3), W, Byers, Ir. 74 (II), R. Coleman, 1II '68 (4), E. buncan, III '74 (2), W. Eddleman '34 (3), C. Evans '67, R. Gray, III '59 (8), K. Head '79 (8), j. Honeycutt, II'. '69 (3), j. Inscoe '62, R, Jones '68 (14), S. Jones, 11'. '63 (10), R. Lowry, J.r. '65, S. Mc Cia nahan '74 (5), F. Reisner 74 (5), S. Ridlfley '77, C. Ripley, Jr. '76, R. Shelburne, 11'. 74, D. Tomlinson 84, S, Wallenhaupt '74, R. Waltemyer '75 (II), S. Weiss '77 (2), A . Woodard '80 (3), W, Woodard, III '76 (3), T. Yermack '78 Other Donors: W. Crawford '76 (II), j. Froneber?,er '65, M. Ha~'den '77, R. HarnsOn, Jr. 64, j. Lesntak 76, W, Mannmg, ),1'. 84, j. Marshall, [r. '28 (2), A, Minton 79 (6), C. Schumadler '73 (4), R. Smith '76 (4), E, Thompson '28 (14), R. Trenbath '65 (2) NORTH CAROLINA STATE (10) President's Club: E. Lach, Jr. '79 (9) Silver Delta: C. CliChe'jr. '85, S. Cox '80 (3), D. Harris, Jr. '82 , , Kane '83 (3), j. Marsland '78 (2), B. Pack '80 (3), j. Stewart '79 (4), T. Wong '84 Other Donors: C. Alexander '85 NORTH DAKOTA (16) Golden Delta: D. Bruschwein '74, M. Carlisle '80 (6), j. Hanson '79 (2), R. Kirsch '78 (5), M. Odegaard '67 Silver Delta: B. Anderson '84, J. Christensen '84, D. Fisher '83, R. Gusaas '84, W. Harwood '68, D. Kiefer '84, A. Misslin '76 Other Donors: I. Bittner '78 (2), M. Hoffman '83 (3), E. Kist '64, C. Schilling '84 NORTH DAKOTA STATE (4) Silver Delta: p, Altringer '85,J. Peterson '83 (3), A. Qual '73 (10) Other Donors: j. Verlinde '75 NORTHERN ILLINOIS (25) President's Club: S. Gerber '68 (14), P. J ones '76 (3) Silver Delta: S, Borbely '66, B. Branstrom '69, j. Chesko '71 (2), j. Felten '83 ~3), G. Gruszka '80" I路 Janik '75 (~), A. Knox 77, I. Landstrom 70, D. Lunn 68 (5), W. Malroy '69, M. McGee '81 (3), K. Moline '74, G. ~urry '8~, j. Si,ngeimann '64,(5), G. Sowa 70, J, 1 aylor 73, W. Voves 70, T. Wilson '76 (6) Other Donors: W. Feithen, Jr. '75 (I I), R. Machek '67 (2), M. Maibach '73 (13), M. Otten '85 (2), R. Wojcik '83 NORTHERN IOWA (8) Golden Delta: S. Anderson '79 (6), K. Busse '82, B, Cory '75 (2), D. Henshaw '79 (3)

Silver Delta: R. Cory '80, j. Gordon '82, G. Ingledue '77 (3) Otlier Donors: R. Johnson '85 (2) NORTHWESTERN (82) President's Club: K. Abernathy '40 (2), P. Bodine, Jr. '50 (14), W. Boyd '48 (12), P. Bridgford '56 (10), E, Calhoun '22 (14), L. Caruso, Jr. '65 (2), R, Casterline '41 (8), W. Guthrie '52, E. Heizer, Jr. '51 (14), J. lamra '38 (14), j. Kraebber '58 (5), I. 'McCarthy '49 (7), R. Newman, II '59 (14), R. Reiche '42 (6), R. Spanjer '49 (14), A. Weyhrich '58 (5)

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll Every issue of the Quarterly now has 32 pages, thanks to annual alumni support. Golden Delta: G. Block '48, R. Counlryman, Jr. '50 (10), H. Evert '56 (5), S. Gavill '37 (7), E. Hathaway '27 (4), T. Huff '66,]. Kakarakis '42 (4), R. Karsted '38, F. Kreml '31 (11), A. Ludolph '42 (3), P. Robinson '49, R. Spenser '51, F. Zinn '37 (14) Silver Delta: W. Anderson, Jr. '53 (12), ]. Brooke '66 (2), A. Carlson, Jr. '50, ]. Conway '49 (14), D. Corkle, Jr. 45 (2), D. Costello '54, R. Coyle '52 (5), ]. Davis '65 (2), W. Fish '39 (14), E. Gray '29 (12), R. Grottke '52, A. Hammann '35, H. Holman '71, R. Holmes '18 (4), R. Horvalh '59, R. Jawor '66 (2), C'lensen '31 (7), A. Johnson '48 (3), M.Jung 51 (3),]. Kennedy '43, A. Koranda '68, W. Lampe '38, R. Mackey '43 (14),] . Menton,Jr. '84 (3),]. Montgomery '43 (2), J. Nelson '63 (14), S. PapICh '36 (11), T. Rakow '65 (3), R. Sabine '37, E. Sale '34 (6), M. Sapienza '74,.1. Shannon, Jr. '49 (14), R. Sund '73 (4), W. Thomas '85 (2), L. Vercelli '78, V. Wadsworth '35 (4), W. Williams '39 (2), S. Willison '25 (3), W. Willoughby '38 (2) Other Donors: E. Akcmann '62 (14), P. Carney '75 (3), C. Clark '38 (2), ]. Dorn '54, H. Gil,nane '49, R. Keeler '18, E. LeMasters '23,J. Lindeman,Jr. '38 (2), G. Lose '57 (2), W. Miiller '47 (3), H. Slevens '46,]. Taradash '60, H. Thorp,Jr. '25 , R. Van Vooren '53 (6) OHIO (15) President's Club: D. Burkhardl '58 (2), N, Sanders '59 (6) Golden Delta: C. Palmer '60 (7) Silver Delta: R. McDonald '73 (5), W, McNutt '63, T. Norris '85,]. O'Donnell '73 (2), H. Opperman '65,]. Reed '81 (2) , Other Don.or~: C. Coulton, Crago 58, J, DennIS 75, L. HOI'un 56 (7), R, Mayer '73 (2),]. Wills '70

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OHIO STATE (74) President's Club: W. Clymer '35 (14), P. Corey '48 (14), E, Craler '78, H. Crawford '47 (14), E. English '22 (14), j. Keegan '53 (2), E. Kuppinger '33 (14), F, Long, Jr. 32 (2), C. Lurding '59, R. Mason, Jr. '41 , ]. Myers '38 (14),J, Shaw '49 (11), O. Thomas '26 (5),]. Wagner '45 (14), W. Walker '54 (11),j. Werum '42 (11) Platinum Delta: ]. Blue '61 (3), R. Sipprell '37 (5) Golden Delta: R. Baker '48, S. Bates '66 (4), W. Buchsieb '51 (14), T. Clark '42, W. Cooper '63 (9), p, Flohr '36, C. Harman, Jr, '59 (6), W. Herron '43 (6), T . Hoover '56 (7), E. Langhurst '41 (3), K. McClure '44, R, Morrison '39 (14), R. Seekely, II '80 (6), C, Thomas '38

Silver Delta: D. Bates '59, R. Bcathard '73 (3), G. Bingham '40 (3), R. Boyer '42 (14),]. Campbell '49 (4), G. Canning, III '83, D. Derewecki '72 (7), R. Ellioll '48 (14), J. Ellis '70, ]. Ernst '33 (3), D. Ewarl '47 (3), A. Fouke '40 (3), D. Gordon '63 (4), D. Holtshouse '63 (2), C. lones, Jr. '50 (2), W. Kemerer '73, F. Kohrer '31, H. Mattison '33 (2), D. McBane '57 (3), McClain '63 , M. Meyer '84, L. Parsons 30 (3), N. Robbins '63 (2), ]. Seawrighl '40, B. Seekely '79 (7), P. ShercR '51 (3), W. Spore '39 (11), M. Slone '69 (9), R. Summers '34 (4), G. Townsend '64 (14), ]. Walkup '31, W. Whitmore '59, \V. \VTlittaker, III '59, E. Zell '69 Other Donors: W. Becks '46 (3),J. Berry '38, S. Blozis '80 (2), M. Dahler '74 (3), R. Dickson '51 , ]. Leonard, III '72, G. Leshy '68, M. Weingold '78

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OKLAHOMA (49) President's Club: T, Filip '69 (11), G. Haymon '77 (2), p , Hurley '64 (10) , .J. Kalbfleisch '52 (7), E. Lippen, Jr. '53 (3) D. Montague '74, W. Morrison, Jr. 36, M. Rupert '74 (1 1), D. Sampson '34 (7), W. Slephenson,Jr. '54 (2), B. Walkingstick '52 (14), E, Waller,Jr, '51 (3) Golden Delta:]. Dawson, ]r. '35 (2), E. French '78 (8), T. Galchel '6(), M. Huchleman '55,]. Kissick '64,]. Lollman,Jr, '66, W, Massad '55 (14),]. Monk '68, E, Smilh, '25 (6) , R, Thompson '61 (3) Silver Delta: H. Braymer '55, L. Brigham '49, C. Coleman '81 (2), L. Contway '29 (10), c. Gordon '72 (3), K. Hirsch '74 (4), H . .Jones '39 (3), T. Marnane '55, Ivl, McGarrah '85, E, Meadows, ]r. '84 (3),]. Melton '56, R. Nilson '61 (2), T. O'Bannon '82 (5), ]. Oldham, IV '83 (3), G. Pelly '59, W. Renfrow '26 (7), R. Studebaker '84,]. Tacker '63, C. Weeks '79 (3), M. ZaJic '48

OREGON (27) President's Club: D. Brunken '52 (8),]. Cialli '64, S. Hayward '41 (12), W. Shepherd,Jr. '55 (2), R. Sluhr '41 (3),]. Weisel '48 (6) Golden Delta: M. Phelps 72 (2), D. Sorenson '71 (4),]. Sprouse '30 (12), J. Williams '45 (4) Silver Delta: A. Cellars '47 (14),]. Coker '58, T. Duffy '48 (6), P. Hillar '41 (2), T. Mallson '63 (14), W. Seal '49 (12), L. S,ewart '60, M. Temple '33 (3), G. Thuemmel '35, T . While, Jr. '53 Other Donors: B. Anderson '57, S. Carlson '69 (9), R. Melz '53 (2), E. Moshofsky '42, G. Smilh '37, R. Watson '71 (6),]. Weber '40 (3) OREGON STATE (46) President's Club: T. Bays '42 (12), C. Dean '56 (4), K. Rodgers '32 (5), E. Schiewe, Jr. '40 Golden Delta: J. Branlund, Jr. '45, N. Darling '42 (14), S. Gann '79 (8), G. Knulsen '31 (14), D. Olson '59, E. Rosenfeld '42 (11), D. Smilh '35 (3),]. Wise '68 Silver Delta: C. Aase '29, R. Bevens '59, P. Foster '43, B. Hamilton '57, R. Hartley '54 (2) , D. Haynes '77, R. Hirstel '40, ]. Hulben, Jr. '44 (14), F. jorgensen '47, K. Klein '41 (14), D. Kohnke '6\, S, Liselh '43 (3), B. Luscher '45 (3), G. Marcus '34 (3), C. McMalh, Jr. '32 (10), R. Mellis '46 (2), W, Oelinger, Jr. '43, D. Placek '75 (2), D. Schmeiser '59 (2), C. Shotts '46, D. Sieg '65, ]. Stever '65, E. Tinker '65 (11), H. Vermilye, JI'. 24 (5), R, Wall '20 (5), R. Wilson,Jr. '46 (3), Q. Wright '81 Other Donors: D. Clarke '71 (4), R. Dahl '50 (3), W. Down '43 (5), R. Hall '62, R. Horne '52 (3), D, Jacoby '42, R. Kyle '52 (2)

'81 (3), F, Rutherfor~ '50, D. Slussi '77 (2), A. Vernon '81

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PACIFIC (4) President's Club:]. DuMond,.Jr. '66 (8) Golden Delta: E, Slark '29 (13) Silver Delta: T. Gates '63 (2) Other Donors: W. Pinska '48 (4)

OKLAHOMA STATE (15) President's Club: ]. Filip '63 (3), W. Richards '77 (8), R. Rylander '63 (2) Golden Delta: K. Gardner '85, T. Vogle '60 (6), G. Waller, ]1'. '60 Silver Delta: D. liranch '60 (7), H. Hobson '67 (3), A. Hulse '78 (3), R. Montgomery '81 (2), C. Phillips '85, P. Robens '78 (2), R. Wilson '66 (2) Other Donors: S. Pool '85 (2), c. Renfro '74 (8)

PENN STATE (62) President's Club: A. DeJ ulius '56 (14), D. Humes '77 (9), C. Lonenecker '32 (9), C. PrUlzman '18 (14), W. Reynolds '49, R. Tapp '39 (2), W, Ulerich '31 (12) , ]. Zboyovsky '51 (14) Golden Delta: T. Atkinson,Jr. '34 (14), W. Diament '31 (14), R. Frederick '39, ]. Gramley '26 (6), G. Hellick, Jr. '35 (10), it Lewis '40 (2), T. Manin '80, it Nix '48 (II), G. Schwenk '42 (10), W. Shade '50 (6)

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Silver Delta: B. Balderston '76 (11), R. Baldwin '57, R. Brooks '42 (14), E. Davis '80, C. Drazenovich '50, W. Hayes '40 (4), B. Hillhouse '84, F. Horne,Jr. '38 (11), H. Humphreys '66 (3), ]. JohnslOn '58 (14), W. Kuhnsman '59, R. Kurtz '48 (3), R. Leib, ]r. '50, F. Madel '64, M. Manbeck,]r. '38, l<.. Marlin '74 (5), G. Maurey '54, C. Nelson '66, R. Noah '57 (7), W. Piper '44 (8), E. Pollill '36 (2), W. Simalic '77, A. Simpler, lr. '46 (3), B. Willis, Jr. '40 (3), C. Wmler 48 (2), S. WOlcOll, Jr. '57 Others Donors: R. Allegretto '78, H. Arison,Jr. '41 (3), R. Bayfierd '28, C. Cooper '22 (3), R. Crosby '54 (11),]. Eisenhard '69, R. FlaherlY '76, ]. Hannan '35 (3), T.Jackson '70 (9), G. Kline '49, A. Policelh '67, M. ROlhenberger '21 (2), K. Ruch '85, G. Selman, Jr. '56 (5), G. Setman '82 (3), H. Shipley,Jr. '51 (3), V. TedescoJr., '64 (2), H. Zeybel '55 (2) PENNSYLVANIA (42) President's Club: H. Acaster '44 (14), H. Barlle, ]r. '30 (12), C. Biggs, III '55 (9), R, Marx '54 (11), F, Samson '21, B. Slehman '55 Golden Delta: ]. Derry '51 (12), A. Elseroad, ]r. '53 (14), W. Hoffman '28 (12), ]. Marshall '65 (11), T. Siegel, Jr. '57 (2), 1-拢, Van Sciver '53 (9) Silver Delta: A, Barton '36 (2), E. Borer '60 (4), D . Boyd '42 (9), R. Canfield '61 (10), G. Curchm '50 (3), H . Evans, Jr. '28 (8), B. Goodwin '53 (8), W. Graebing '41, H, Heston '23, C. Milchell '36 (2), A, Noble '51 (3), R. Samson '28 (II), R, Schlakman '82 (3), E. Smolen '80 (3), ]. Wallace ' 18 (14) Other Donors: B. Blecherman '82, F. Burggraf, Jr. '58 (3), T. Elseroad '63, A. Fox '39 (9), G. Graf, Jr. '55 (10), E. Greaney, Jr. '53, D, Grim '52, p, Heeger '80 (2), D, Hold '83, H, James '33, F. Mayella '35 (10), G. Ott '29 (6), S. Slratton '34, H, Van Sciver, II '8 1, V. Wolfsohn '48 PLATTEVILLE (I) Silver Delta:]. Marly '69 PURDUE (147) President's Club: C, Bacon,Jr. '38 (11), ]. Beals '30 (14),]. Copl,le '36 (11), A, Crofts, jr. '47 (9), D, Filzgera d '49 (3), C. Free '31 (4), D. Funk '61 (14), R. Gabel '52 (3), R. Gimlin '42 (14), W. Harler '22 (12), R, Hegeman '49 (12), C . Kindell '77, R. LaForlune '51 (14), W. Lawson '50 (14), D. Melz '30 (14), G. Moss '47 (8), L. Munkelwilz '46, A. Neese '36 (11), ]. Nohsey

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$1,000 Investment in Leadership $500 DU Chapter Quality Circle $250 Quest for Excellence Circle $100 President's Club $50 Golden Delta Club $25 Silver Delta Club Mail your support check to Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, P.O . Box 40108, Indianapolis IN 46240-0108. If you are a United States resident, your entire gift is tax-deductible . Donations of $1,000 or more go to the permanent endowment.

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll Gifts to '24, N. P~pham '54, R. P0J'h~m '40 (14), W. Scott 48, A. SteIger, Jr. 48 (14), A. Varble '50 (6), C. Von Gnmmenstein '49 (14), B. Webel', III '49 Golden Delta: S. Banas '50 (5), R. Bardach '33 (6), G. Bell '37 (2), W. Bolton '35 (5), J. BrCnnan'jr. ,'55 (7), R. Brown '46 (3), H. Bmkart, r. 48 (4), ]. Chester '42, J. Colten '46, W. Cmss '44 (6),J. Dellinger '29, W. Ellifritt '45, T. Foote '50 (7), W. Hahn '37 , R. Hallman '54 (14), D. Heile '46, T. Hodgson '63, R. Huff '62 (5), J. Kennelly, lr. '50 (4), V. Kipka, Ir. '44 (6), I路 Kralis '51 (14), T. Kroehle '53 (14), D. McKiman '44 (14), R. Michels '44 (8), W. Miller '39 (14), G. Pullen '77 (3), G. Richwine '75 (l1),J. Snead,Jr. '31 (14), R. Starek , 11'.42 (7), R. Stewan '49 (4), J . Weber '72 (''I) Silver Delta: B. Anderson '65 (II), P. Anderso n '83, M. Bowen '82 (4), O. Bumpas '31 (8), G. Caine '81, T. Dillon '7 1, D. Duffin '44, J. Eickhoff '44, K. Erwin '82, Evans '31 (8), F. FOI'd '58 (2), J. Foster 65, R. Friedersdorf '79, W. Frongill o '83, L. Funk '58 (6), N. George '36 (2), R. Gillian '59, H. Gingher '40' (10), R. Grosse '64, W. Hager '66 (3), G. Haza rd '49 (2), W. Hendry '44 (10), J. Hobbs, II '42, M. Hogan '85 (2), R. Holdeman '37, C. Houff '53 (3), R. Hurt '31 (6), N . 10hnson,Jr. '58 (2),J.Jones '48 (10), T. KilP'83 (3), P. Klein '32, H. Knopfmeier '69 (6), A. Krodel '84 (2), G. Kuhn '29 (2), A. Lacis '64 (3), I. Landis '35 (10), B. Lee,lr. '5 1 (2), T. Leitch '36 (2), E. Letts '67 (1 I), P. Mack, Jr. '50 (2), R. Major '46, D. Martin '82 (2), K. McClain '7 1, R. McKee,Jr. '43,J. Metzger '40, M. Middleton '75, L. Nicolai '61, I. Oyler '48, R. Oyler '39 (14), R. Pryor '40, J. Ransom '68, W. Richard so n '25, J. Ripley '63, R. Robertson '31 (8), R. Short '72 (8), I. Smith '52 (14), J. Stallings '45, W. StalGngs '38 (10), R. Steiger '49 (5), R. Stoops '64 (12), F. Travelute, ]1'. '66 (7), O. Vogi '38 (3), D. Wade '53 (2), A. West '37, N. Williams '64 (12), R. Zell '62 (3) Other Donors: K. Baumel '62 (4), D. Bielefeld '61 (2), P. Fearing '63, G. Frost '74, O. Grismore '27 (5), W. HazaJ'd '45, D. Hostetter '78 (9), E. Kinzel '28 (5), K. Krynicki '85, W. Miller '59, C. Moeller '45 (9), C. Murphy '24 (2), T. Murray '49 (12), L. Nichols '27 (4),C. Nutting'51, K. O'Neil '39 (10), K. Potter '75, A. Rabe,Jr. '28 (9), W. Schatz, II '56 (6), R. Schreiber '39 (14), W. Schwab '33 (4), S. Searcy '83 (3), H. Stanback, Jr. '39 (2), T. Wilhams '34 (3)

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Other Donors: J. Esten '85 (2), J. Muraskas '78 (9) ROCHESTER (18) President's Club: F. Abercrombie '28 (10), J. Hendryx '26 (4), H. Partridge '27 (2), S. Santandrea '56 (3) Platinum Delta: R. Elwell '50 (12) Golden Delta: D. Istvan '53 (12), A. Ma~istro '60 (10), J. Noble '34 (5) Sliver Delta: C. Blackmon '30 (5), G. Miller '30 (9), A. Munson '20 (10), R. Rovegno '50, A. Schwartz '32, D. \Vilson . Jr. '59, R. Woods '42 (12) Other Donors: G. Ehinger '73 (10), W. Magratten '54 (7), J . Pomeranz '65

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(8), C. Hart '54 (3), ]. Herma '70 (7), C. Hollerieth 'G8 (l4),J. Howe '39 (8), C. Huff, ]1'. '74, W. Kerestes '71 , W. Lantier '77 , J. "Leslie '13 (3) , P. Liniak '69 (14), A. McDowell '34 (14), G. Mulligan '55 (5),J. Orrizzi '70, F. Ottman '23 (5) , F. Patten '42 (3), L. Pitt '39, J. Powers, III '48 (6), C. Ross '36 ( II ), P. Ross '59, J. Sheridan '77 (2) , W. Sperling, III '35 (10), W. Sterns, Jr. '34, W. Tester '72, W. Ward '33 Other Donors: C. Adelizzi '62 (11), R. Anderson '6G (II), A. Arancio '85, H . Bagley '32 (2), G. Banfi '85, R. Barlow '50 (12), R. Benton '60, L. Cipriani, Jr. '75 (2), M. Darder '73 (3), W. Doliber, Jr. '54 (2), J. Farrand '34, J. Ferraioli 'G9 (10), M. Ferraro,Jr. '84,J. Gimbar,Jr. '69, G. Gordeuk '75 (9), G. Hewlett '29, T. Jeramaz '4 1, J.

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SAN DIEGO (18) President's Club: B. Campbell '74 (3), B. Clark '81 (G) Platinum Delta: J. Little '72 (3) Golden Delta: P. Fieri '73 (Il), M. Gerson '70, M. Moore '70 (2), M. Wehrly '83 Silver Delta: L. Gable '71, R. Grant '85, W. Hall '84, W. Hanles '81, C. Kiehler 'SI (3), B. Martin '82, B. Nutlel' '85 (2), M. Scolari '83, J. Sullivan '72 Other Donors: S. Liner '84, B. Wilson '82 (4) . SAN FERNANDO (3) Silver Delta: E. Waite 'G6 (8) Other Donors: M. Donnelly '68 (6), J. Jenkins '65 (G) SAN JOSE (49) President's Club: J. Fields '66, R. Fuller '49, R. Goforth '55 (4), D. Heagerty '50, R. Oliver 'GI (4), R. Smith 'G4, P. Spooner '55, P. Ueberroth '59 (5), S. Yates '55 (12) Golden Delta: T. Arvin '53, \V. Belcher 'G4,J. Cassidy '58 (5), D. Dukes '53 (5), A. Lund '55, T. More), '5G (G), R. Smith '59 (2)

Silver Delta: J. Bachhuber '85, S. Boothe '52 (14), W. Boothe '52, B. Brown '56 ( 10), D. Christia nsen '59, R. Cox '58, J. Dissmeyer '66, C. Gilbert '84, R. Harder '54 (2), 1'. Harne), '52 (3), S. Helmke '63 (6), M. Holm '84, R. Kaneko '84, A. Larsen, Jr. '59 (4), T. Lewis 'S4, G. McFaddin '56, J. Moell~r '52,J. Sw.a!'der '63 (I4!, L. Sweeney, Jr. 55 (4), J. I ormey, Jr. ,7 (4), D. Vosbur搂h '65, K. Waldie 'G4, M . Ward '61 (2),J. \\elch '56, J. Wilkinson '67 (2), Other Donors: D. Down '5 1, A. Dunham '86, B. Fairey 'G8 (3), J. Kaneko '85, G. Modesti '6G (2), ]. Pesta '85, R. Schatz '50 (2), L. Spolyar ',2 (3) SIMPSON (4) Golden Delta: R. Hollowell ' 18 (2) Silver Delta: J. Gould, ]r. 'GO (2) Other Donors: B. BracKne)" Jr. '69 (5), G. Grant '17 SOUTH CAROLINA (8) President's C;lub: W. Anderson, Jr. '84 (3), E. Smith '83 (4) Golden Delta: L. Shelton, 111 '82 (4) Silver Delta: H. Plott, III '85, C. Still '84 (2)

RUTGERS (95) President's Club: L. Bauer '65 (6), T. Fletcher '75 (7), A. Goldberg '58, G. Golden '74 (13), S. Hahner ' 78 (8), J. Miller '60 (5), T. Shultz '61 (7), R. Youpa '55 (10) Golden Delta: D. Anderson '57 (2), R. Collett '35 (14), R. Curtin '68 (II), J. Drago '58, C. Ficken '40 (3), W. Gies '3 1 (2), E. Groth,Jr. '48 (12), M. Hershhorn '7 1 (3), W. Hoagland '48 (14), R. Knott '72, R. Kortmann '74 (4), F. Kroesen '44 (6), B. Muller '66 (I I), R. Palmer '40, D. Schaenen '50 (5), A. Schreihofer '59 (13), J. Sweeney '74 (4), R. Williamson '34 (14) Silver Delta: 1'. Borgia '76, P. Caillaud '64 (2), P. Campbell '50 (14),J. Crowell '21 (8), I. David '63, D. Dickerson '34 (14), G. Dorland '24 (S), F. Eckert '67, E. Enander '24 (6), E. Engel '42, L. English,Jr. '63, L. Eves '40 (4), G. Frazee '60, J. Gerbig, HI '69 (2), E. Glenn '24 (8), H. Gray '25 (3), W. Haberstroh '72 (II), H . Hanna,Jr. '70

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Other Donors: D. James '83, D. Keith '85, W. Smoak '84 SOUTH DAKOTA (4) President's Club: P. Christiansen '75 (5) Silver Delta: P.Conlin '80 (2), M. Garry '81 (6) Other Donors: R. Levell, J r. '73 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (5) President's Club: D. Ma&uire '73 (9) Golden Delta: R. Crowell 76 (7),J. Gildersleeve '71 (3) Silver Delta: D. Kimmeth '79 (2) Other Donors: C. Scruggs '72 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI (3) Other Donors: ]. Diersing, '84 (3), M. Pohl '84, lV\. Telscner '84 SOUTHWEST TEXAS (1) Silver Delta: K. Haswell '80 (3)

STANFORD (32) President's Club: J. Browll'dr. '66, T. Ferguson '67, D. Fritts '58, Z. riffin, Jr. '60 (7) Golden Delta: D. Herrington '59, 1",1. Nelson '59 (14), ]. O'Connor, III '5 1 (8), S. Palmer, III '56 (4), L. Rezzonico, Jr. '55 (2), B. Schroeder '63, G. Voll '41, P. Wray '37 (6) Silver Delta: L. Chaffin,Jr. '5G,J. Cole, Jr. 58 (3), D. Cutter '51 (14), C. Emeis '34 (II), R. Flatla.nd,.lr. '46, M. Frank '79 \~), W. HIrst, Jr. 40 (8), H . Honsaker, Jr. ,9 (4), W. Jones, ]r. '37, ]. Lucas,Jr. 'oG (4), A. Peake '43, H. Petricr, '44 (12), H. Sinesio '51, O. Smith '52 (4), ]. Sobieski '58 (3) Other Donors: J. Lawry '31, G. l\<lacDonald '73 (6), T. Sharpe '55, G. White '33 ( 14), G. Young '31 SWARTHMORE (24) President's Club: H. Hallowell, Jr. '29 (13), H. Taylor, Jr. '27 (14) Golden Delta: T. Butler '35, F. DeWitt '4G (2), M. Longshore '3 0 (14), S. Palmer, ~r. '27 (14), C. Perry '73 (2), R. Schwertner 48 (Il), R. Sundt '50 ( 14) Silver Delta: E. Arsht '5 1 (5), 'V. Brosius '2 2 (7), D. Kuhnsman '82 (5), C. Leith '8 1 (G), F. Lioi '77 (10), T. Phillips '55, T. Piotrowski '80 (2) Other Donors: H. Bode, Jr. '55 (3), G. Brunner '83 (4), W. Coles, Jr. '26 (3), K. l\'iaroney '84, E. Perkins '49 (10), K. Pitts '85, H. Shaw '48 (4), J. Walker '33 (2) SYRACUSE (90) President's Club: W. Ayars '56 (2), R. Damm '58 (5), R. Holland '83, W . Ka~ler '54 (11), C. laidlaw, Jr. '55, J. McKay 37, F. McMahon '52 (6), W. Pelton 'G3 (3) , E. Salisbur), '40 (4), W. Smeltzer '58 (10), R. ~Jr)' '40 (5), E. Strates '54, R. Torrey '51 Platinum Delta: B. Cleary '84 Golden Delta: M. Balkind '83 (4), L. Cantor '84 (3), E. Dixon '40 (14),J. Dytman '7 1, G. Larson '83 (4), J. Leachtenaucr '57, G. Ludwig '51 (2), J. l)'nd '35 (12), D. McFarlane, 1.-. '52 (14), A. Mittelstaedt,J!'. '58 (3), R. V'ergason '43, F. Von Holzhause n '67 Silver Delta: R. Aikman, Jr. '56 (6), D. Beckett '80, B. Benjamin 'G9 (10), T. Bristow '84, K. Burns '85, ]. Connoll ), '3 1 (12), 1'. Cosenza '84 (3), E. bunbar '34, R. Eckardt 'G6 (6), G. Faigle,Jr. '59 (4), T. Finnell '57 (9), W. Freiert '51 (3), J. Gold, '79, C. Grainge '25 (2), O. Gregory 'G3 (4), A. Hauck '44 , E. Hoskins '50 (2), R. Hughes '29, R. Keller '49, R. Lincoln '27 , P. Lurvey '72 (2), ]. Markert '50, J. McHenr), '81, J. McKa), '82, B. McLaughlm '58 (14), E. Miller '8 1, W. Na mack, III '57 (2), J. Obenhoff '33 (14), C. Odell, SI路. '37 (5), C. Raffe '60 (2), M. Reiser '68 (5), R. Sack '82, R. Schantz '49 (5), W. Seaman 'G5, 1'. Shennan '48 (7), R. Spelman 'G8 (2), R. St. Clair '31 (5), A. Slauderman,~r. '58 (2), C. StraHon '32 (5),

ienka '71 (3), D. Halpern '73, A. Hecht,./r. '52, P. Hoffman '55 (2), M. Huke '65, B. Isaac '75 (5), L. Lammers '35 (3), R. Mackintosh '53 (2), S. Martin, II'. '50 (3), M. Moneavage '82 (4), D. MOOK '74, J. Myers '41 (14), D. Newhall '33, D. Peereboom '82, H. Reichart , ]r. '34 (10), T. Smith '.4 5 (2), C. Th ayer '32, R. Wallace '82, W. Wheeler '25 Other Donors: L. Allen, Jr. '34 (14), B. Anderson '69, R. Gorman '81 , P. Kalish '83 (3), P. Massaglia '46, T. Needha m '68 (2), D. Noble '8 1, A. Pierce '82, J. Potter '74 (2), S. RanKer '81 (2), T. Slack '30 (10), Z. Swanson '7 1 (4), J. Webb '37 (2) TENNESSEE (10) Golden Delta: P. Freesh '70 (9), R. Goodwin '72 (8) Silver Delta: S. Delay '77 (3), A. Diehl '68, S. Johnson '77 (4), M. Miller '80, T. Moon "'2 (3), D. Myers '74 (7) Other Donors: J. Gardner '73, D. Mouron, J r. '77 (2) TEXAS (24) President's Club: J. Allums '59 (2), J. Cox, ]r. 'G3 (3) Gorden Delta: W. Nelson '59 (9),J. Smith, ~f3 ~g) (4), G. Villarreal '5 1 (2), L. Waters Silver Delta: ]. Cassell, Jr. '70 (II), G. Geil'S3,J. Gresham '71, R. Hurter '5 1, C. lones, jr. '80 (6), A. Lewis, ]1'. '60, M. "j,litchef '65 (14), R. MOIxan 'M, A. Polser, 1'"- 'G5 (14), W. Tibbitts, !II '61 (3), M.Tomsu 82 (4), S. Villarrea l '52, M. Whitt)' '84, R. Wile)', Jr. '49 Other Donors: W. Brewer '70, 1. Dunlap '73 (9), D. Evans '69, J. Palmer ''S5 (3) TEXAS TECH (I) Other Donors: J . Trusty '85 (2) TORONTO (13) President's Club: B. Clark 'G9 (I I), E. '30 (13),J. Weir '43 (4),J. Westway 34 (12) Golden Delta: G. Blumenauer '70, D. ~Ioffat '58 Silver Delta: W. Howland '3G (13), J. ~Iaver '69, H . McCulloch '30 (9), R. Taylor '38 (3) Other Donors: A. Dickson '32 (2), D. Ross '34 (4), H. Steenbakkers '78

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TUFTS (40) President's Club: P. Matthews '76 (4) Golden Delta: C. Beckman 'G3 (6), W. Casazza '77 (2), A. Feinberg'Gl, l . Fernald '19, R. Fletcher '54, ]. Gall' '71 (8), C. Hostennan,Jr. '32 (7), C. Lynch '62, D. Mo ... e '42 (14), J . Pike '65 (3), W. PoLterton '28 (3), P. Toyias '79 (8) Silver Delta: C. Andrews '38, R. Bailey '51 (2), R. Carlson '48 (5), C. Chester '32 (3), G. Denley '45 (3), C.Erickson '64, I. Galanis '82, B. Haggerty '62 (2), R. HaTe '58, E. In ga lls,Jr. 78, K. Judd 'G4, S. Keohane '84, A. Lederman '82, W. McKinney '26 (14), W. Norris, III '77, E. Poore '43 (6), G. Stewart '42 (4), W. Texido '57 , T. Wilkinson '36 (7), H. Young '49 (3) Other Donors: J. Adams '39 (5), H. Ames '3G (12), E. Casabian,JI". '64 (II), D. Grinnell'G4 (4),1. Hughes '41 (2), S. Mason '34 (6), H. Wilkinson '69 (14)

R. ludel '84, R. Melenbacker '45, A. Richards '82, R. Scott ' 19 (3), W. Stark, Jr. 47 (3), H. Vanarnam '36 (2), A. Von Waldow '80

TYLER (2) Silver Delta: J. Byars '77 Other Donors: D. Arnold '85

TECHNOLOGY (65) President's Club: L Armslrong '28 (14), R. Bayles 'G3 (3), W. Beadle '17 (14), L. Dehner 'G8 (3), G. Edmonds '2G (14), M. Hurst '70 (12), T.Jackson '71 (2), W.Jouris '61 (14), M. Kenyon '58, S. Knudsen '36 (10), R. Wothe '58 (2)

U.C.L.A. (9) President's Club: 1'. Henkle '50, (13), M. Rogers, Jr. '33, W. Woods '50 (8) Golden Delta: E. Carter '32 (14) Silver Delta: H. Dike '37 , A. Frink '38 (8) A. Mancini '49 (4), D. Ridgway '26 Other Donors: D. Lyons '44

Golden Delta: W. Babcock '41, D. Breeden '72 (2), K. Carlson '77 (9), H. Crowther '54 (4), R. Gillette '3G (II), R. Hall '22 (14), E. Kavazanjian, Jr. '73 (8), J. MacMartin '50 (8), C. Machen '3 1 (14), F. Miller, II '23 (6), J. Mitchell '78, M. Pike '20 (7), S. Richardson '79 (3) S. Wood '69 (8), W. Woodward '40, W. Wright '34 (7), J. Zurbrigen '53 (8) Sil~er Delta: C. ~ritton '33 (6), D. CraigmIle 83, R. Cross 32, H. Drab, Jr. 69, E. Ehrlich, Jr. '55, J. Einhorn '84, J. Glow-

UNION (26) President's Club: W. Grant '49, (11), H. Roth '30 (10), W. Wallace, III '48 (9) Golden Delta: C. Fahy '40, E. Freeman '25 (II), D. Reed '55 (2), T. Robinson Il '42 (14) Silver Delta: M. Bedell '37, N. Botsford, Jr. '54 (3), R. Bull '40 (2), T. Carr '77, C. "tvans,Jr. 'G2 (2), R. Fisher '31, I. Gardeski, Jr. 51 (3), C. Hanle '62 (14), W. Hesse '49 (8), L. Hughes '46 (5), D. Klein , ]1'. '56, T. Oppenheim '30, T. Putman '52 (14), E.

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Other Donors: P. Angeron '79 (8), L. Becker '85, G. Bluhm '42 (2),J. ButLerfield '60, A . Conrad,jr. '40, D. Corcoran '65, I . Cr),an '63, R. Dlver,Jr. '50 (3), K. Erlana-

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DUHonor Roll President's Club Rost. 11 I '50, J. Trembath '77 Other Donors: B. Bonanno '77 (5), R. Coach ·43,J . Dick '63, W.Jennings '32 (2) VALLEY STATE (3) Silver Delta: E. Waite '66 (8) Other Donors: M. Donnelly '68 (6), ]. J en kins '65 (6) VIRGINIA (44) President's Club: T. McConchie,Jr. '5 1 (4), O. Pollock,Jr. '51 (2), W. Reusing '62 (14) Golden Delta: S. Bissell '41 (2), R. Carneal '43, G. Drewry,Jr. '72, W. Farwell '55, T. Linville '26 Silver Delta: M. Ashbury '27 (2), M. Ashbury , lr. '54, B. Boorman '75 (4), H. Boss '26 (fI), W. Brookhart '71, H. Burke '45, M. Child '78 (2), A. De Maria '58 (2), I. DoIisi '71, G. Ferrell '70, O. Flippen,Jr: "29 (8), W. Fritz, Jr. '42 (2), C. HardwIck '33, R. Hastings,lr. '41 (3), W. Hughes '75, E. Hutchinson '65 (2), M. Magee '81 (2), E. Mathews, Jr. '51 (4), T. McDowell '30, Pence '75 (II), G. Salle '29, F. Straton 55 (I I) , H. Templeton '67 (4), I. Tilton '40 (3), W. Updike '63 (2), C. Wingfield, Jr. '75 (4), E. Wooldridge '67,]. Young '50 (5) Other Donors: ]. Alexander '56 (2), I. Di Nunzio '61 (4), R. Doumar '5 1 (5), A. Drayton '33, L. Lundberg '56 (2), G. Mayhu gh '64, M. Petro '84, K. ZeisIel' '42 (10)

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WASHINGTON &: LEE (11) President's Club: D. Richardson '43 (9) Golden Delta: E. Poindexter, Sr. '20 Silver Delta: R. Finn '38 (2), G. Horine '28 (14), R. KeIser. '70 (2), C. Longacre, Jr. '33 (8), A. Moss 35, P. Muller '55 (6), B. Riddle, Jr. '50 (4), T. Wade, Jr. '23 (14) Other Donors: L. Lawrence '59 (4) WASHINGTON STATE (52) President's Club: S. Antush '84 (4), I. Bills '74 (5), J. Booth '35 (6), K. Burg '50 (14),]. Enders,lr. '39 (14), O.Johnson '39 (14), B. McEachran '69, D. Rothrock '69 (7), M. Rowe '78, G. Stud Ie '57 (14) Golden Delta: L. Amos '68 (9), R. Gebo '70, D. Hambelton '75 (2), V. H yslop, Jr. '47, T. Novotney '74 (3), S. Smith '77 Silver Delta: C. Arveson '23 (I I), R. Bayless '77 (2), B. Clark '75 (3), H. Collins '21, G. Drazan '34 (3), D. Duffy '37 (II), L. Gree n '74, A. Hallstrom '40, M. Harris '3 1 (6), H. Havemeyer '59, R. Hovde '80, R. Hunter '50 (2), V. Moreman, Jr. '63 (3), H. Morris '24 (14), T . Murphy '85, C. OelschIaeger '74, A. Russell '40 (2), R. Shu-

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WESLEYAN (1) Silver Delta: J. Gibbud '33

WESTERN ILLINOIS (6) President's Club: B. Peterson '74 (2) Silver Delta: I. Goulart '80 (2), R. Gruenig '85, G. Kopp '75 (3) Other Donors: S. Brown '86, B. Bruegger '75

WESTERN MIGHIGAN (20) President's Club: M. Brennan '63, W. Butler '61 (14), G. Hale '52 (14), R. Ida '67 Golden Delta: D. Lightfoot, Jr. '56 (7) Silver Delta: ]. Davidson '59 (3), B. EbIin~, II '55 (2), G. Freels '70, D. Kanemori 66 (14), R. Lotero '68 (2), I. Malloch '60 (4), E. Perry '76 (8),]. Schuerer,Jr. '67, T. Smith '69 (2), R. SmoIarski '70 (8), E. Wirgau, Ir. '6 1 (4) Oilier Donors: M. Goldstone '7 1, D. Perry '69, G. Peterson '42, G. Starkey '58 (4)

WESTERN ONTARIO (28) President's Club: J. Eberhard '69, W. Greenberg '73 (7), G. Gunn '60, F. Rawling '37, R. Roberts '55 (8), M. Warden '50 (3) Platinum Delta: W. Lewis '51 (12) Golden Delta: W. Barton '45 (7), H. Burkman '76 (9), G. Caldwell '52 (10),]. Cluff '74 (10), R. Emmott '46, W. Fraser '34 (10), W. Gray '52,]. Or '40 (10), F. Sherrin '62 (2) . Silver Delta:]. Esler, Ir. '83 (3), A. Graham '60 (3), K. Hay '56, W. Hull '51, M. Pryce '36 (4), H . Robinson '50 (3), D. Rudd '51, P. Snack '76 Other Donors: E. Galpin '46, A. McKay '59 (3), A. Weisshaar '84, W. Wilford '54 President's Club: A. Bakaitis '62, L. Buckingham ' 17, L. Pietro '49 (3), C. Sisler '46 (14), A. Ventresca '53 (12), W. Wilmore '46 (14) Golden Delta: ]. Angelotta '45 (12), D. Bray '50 (9), R. Irvin '38 (5), W. Katzen-

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WICHITA (21) President's Club: C. Grauel '66, ]. Meyer '77 (5) Platinum Delta: E. Hutchinson '43 (14) Silver Delta: G. Aaron '62, E. Black '32 (3), R. Bland '82, J. Bottenfield '29 (4), B. Budd '81, D. Cain '64, P. Didonato '67, G. Hampton '79,]. Howard '64, J Kucharo '65 (3), D. Laham '79 (3), I. Little '58 (2), R. Maloney '79, L. Stolz "f2 Other Donors: A. Blase '28, W. Partridge '84, R. Robertson '32, H. Witt '84,

WILLIAMS (19) President's Club: H . McGregor, Jr. '40 (14) Golden Delta: W. Adsit '30 (8), D. Tyler '41 (I I), C. Whitbeck '33 (2) Silver Delta: R. Bankes, I", '66 (7), I. Bohnet '38, L. Bmwn '31 , D. Clarke ';fo (I I), A. Ellis, Jr. '36 (IO),J. Gill,Jr. 38 (3), ]. Hay '48 (8), W. lones '3 1,]. Lynn '36 (7), I. Pilgrim '60 (2), O. Svenson, Jr. '50 (3), T. Tliompson '52, A. Vase '35 (4) Other Donors: ]. Gepson '65 (12), R. Rowland '33 (12)

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Memoria{ 9ifts YL specia{ way to remember our departed t]YU brothers 'Ilie memorial gift is a meaningfu[ ana fasting way to e;'([Jress sympatfiy ana commeltwrate a aeparted 'lJ'U, 'ITiese aonations vecome part of tfie permanent enaowment of tlie 'De[ta 'Upsi[on 'Eaucationa[ :founaation, tfius generating income to eaucate, guide ana aeve[op tfie mincfs ana ItWrafs of young men for aecatfes w come. Living IT1£ltWriaI gifts range from tlie very ltWaest to $1,000 ormore. 5I memoriaIgift ack.now[edgement cara is sent w tlie aonor, ana a special IT1£ltWriaI cara is sent w anyone you aesignate. 'Donations from 'U. S. residents are t~ aeauctiNe, p[ease induae tlie name of tlie aeceasea, tlie name ana atfaress of anyone wfw sfiouU receive notification, ana your name, ana sena w tlie 'De[ta 'UpsiUm 'Eaucational :founaation, P. O. 'Bo:{ 40108, Jntfianapo[is J'J{46240, 'Ilie te{eplione numJjer is (317) 875-8900, Hugh L. Robinson, Purdue '51, in memory of Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46. Dr. William H . Norman, Indiana '31, in memory of James Patrick, Indiana '30. Mrs. Lillian C. Fix in memory of Frederick W. Fix,Jr., Cornell '23 . Merle S. Else, Minnesota '40, in memory of John Reid Ritchie, Minnesota '16. Ronald D. Payton, Indiana '69, in memory of Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65. Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana '55 in memory of Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46 . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henthorn in memory of their son, Barry R. Henthorn, Ohio State '82. Vivian H . Craig in memory of her husband, Charles S. Craig, Rochester '35. William A. Massad, Oklahoma '55, in memory of S. C. Johndroe, Williams '45 .

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WISCONSIN (98) President's Club: R. Adler '46 (12). ]. Anderson '58 (2),]. Buist '53, (7), L. Dewey, Ir. 56 (2),]. Douglas '39 (6), B. Ebert '63, H. Folsom '30 (14),]. Forester '56, R. Forester '31 (14), M. Fulscher '65 (3), V. Guenther '25 (6), C. Hinners '69, C. Jacobus '50 (3), R.Jacobus '51 (5), C. Nelson '27 (14), W. Nesbitt '76 (8), P. Stowe '28 (6), W. Waggener '81 Golden Delta: A. Bryant '64, R. Casper '65, J. Dingee '34, D. Fohr '73, J. Forester

'33 (10), D. Habighorst '65 (14), C. May '48 (10), I. McGehee '38 (14), D. Mey ers '77 (5), W. Murphy '28 (4), G. Schmitz '25 (II), G. Sirotkin '41 (2), S. Traisman '69, R. Walcisak '74 (10),]. Wingstrom '57 Silver Delta: D. Anderson '48. C. Aring, '48 (14), W. Becker '69 (9) , H. Bills, II'. 57 (2),.r. Bruemmer '41, G. Camberis '78 (8), W. Day '43 (2), M. Diebold '25 (II), S. Edgerton '40, F. Field '3 1, D. Heilman '72, C. HelTo '43 (14), H. Hogan '41 (2), I. Holland '7 1 ( 10), M. Hornung '80, it

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Reports of births, deaths and marriages received at Fraternity Headquarters though September 3,1987:

Marriages Bradley '79 - Brian L. Miller and Roberta D. Epstein in Kansas City, Missouri on November 16, 1986. Cornell '84 - J. Brandon Maxwell III and R. Jill Sieminski in Saddle River, New Jersey on May 29, 1987. Iowa State '78 -- Robert J. Monachino and Ann Neneman in Des Moines, Iowa on August 1, 1987. Iowa State '86 - Ted A. Ruane and Cynthia Hartley in St. Louis, Missouri on June 20, 1987. Iowa State '78 - John R. Siberell and Mary Beth Schneider in Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 7, 1987. Oklahoma '79 - Robert A. Powell, Jr. and Sharon E. Carls on August 22, 1987 in Arenzville, Illinois. Pennsylvania State '83 -Stephen J. Antonik and Loree Shimpeno in Collingdale, Pennsylvania on July 11,1987. South Carolina '86- Kenneth E. Dunlop and Phyllis Maxwell in Greenville, South Carolina on June 27, 1987. Western Reserve '86 - Michael D. Fick and Lori Beth Hummell on February 28, 1987.

Births Arlington '83-Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brouillard of League City, Texas, a son, John David, Jr. on July 15, 1987. Bradley '78 - Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Peterson of Greeley, Colorado, a daughter, Lauren Marie, on July 22, 1987. Colgate '67 - Mr. and Mrs. E. Wayne Edmunds of Columbia, South Carolina, a son, Edward Blake, on February 26,1987. Illinois '78 - Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Konen

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Howard '40 (2), A. Hug;unin '67 (6), ]. Kahler '69 (9), D. Kleven 61, T. McGlynn '40, S. Miller '70 (9), D. Morton '5 1 (2), W. Murray '64 (5), R. O'Neill '3 1, R. Pelton '58, C. Pope '52, R. Salzwedel '62 (4), D. Seifert '70, G. Sellery '24 (2), B. Shaw, Jr. '67, L. Spickard '20 (II),~ . Stack '60, H. Stevens '28 (6), M. Stevens 23 (6), T . Stouthamer '50, H. Terwilliger '36 (6), C. Thomas '59 (2), E. Thomas '28, R. Thompson '67 (10), W. Trachesel '59 (14), M. Truebenbach '56,]. Ullrich '37 (14), D.

of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, a son, Matthew Robert,on May 27, 1987. Iowa State '79 - Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. O'Brien of Shaker Heights, Ohio, a son, William, on April 20, 1987. Lehigh '77 - Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Yaszemski of San Antonio, Texas, a son, Andrew John, on July 26,1987. Manitoba '79 - Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Abel of Newmarket, Ontario, a son, David John Lawrence, on June 11, 1987. North Carolina '63 - Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shepard Jones, Jr. of Chevy Chase, Maryland, a daughter, Kristina, on June 26, 1987. North Carolina State '80 :..- Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Fletcher of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, a daughter, Kelly Ann on June 21, 1987. Oklahoma '76 - Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bailey of Menlo Park, California, a son, David Andrew, on February 9,1987. Oregon State '70 - Dr. and Mrs. David R. TenHulzen of West Linn, Oregon, a son, Nicholas Ross, on June 26,1987. South Carolina '82 - Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Buckley of Columbia, South Carolina, a son, Kevin Patrick, on July 9,1987. South Carolina '82 - Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Shelton III, of Columbia, South Carolina, a daughter, Katherine Elise, on August 15,1987. SouthwestMissouriState'83-Mr.andMrs. Lonnie W. Robinett of Springfield, Missouri, twin daughters, Julianne Renee and AngelaMarie, on May 19, 1987.

Obituaries ALBERTA Bruce A. MacKenzie '79, Aug. 4, 1984 BOWDOIN Albert Coombs '39, May 14, 1987 BROWN Ralph W. Cram '15, WWI veteran, deputy sheriff and Boston Braves pitcher, Mar. 5, 1987 George F. Daum '31, Philco division manager, June 16, 1986 David E. Sieswerda '43, technical director, Maricopa Co. Community College, Nov. 26, 1986 BUCKNELL-MICHIGAN Kenneth D. Rhone '29

Viereg '42, D. Vinson '59 (7), D. Walk '73 , ~ie~~~~}~g:l '51 (2) R. Wittig '62 (2) L. Other Donors: M. Camr,agna '85 (2), P. Delaney '8 1, P. Desnoyers 16(14), D. Herzer '54 (4), W. Kirschbaum '57, E. Marks '76, R. McLimans '68 (8), D. Nickolai '42, R. O'Neill '78 (4), C. Roup '67 (8), R. Schmitz '19 (3), D. Seitz '73, ]. SippI, Jr. '70 (9), B. Still '28 (4), T. Tormey,]r. '32 (7), F. Trubshaw '43 (7),]. Whitney '36 (2)

CALIFORNIA James C. Bailey '42, October, 1984 Rodney W. Saylor '50, Capt. U.s, Navy Ret, Past Commander of Oakland Yacht Oub, Past Skipper of The Windjammers, May 26,1987 CARNEGIE C. William Jordan '46, May 19, 1987 COLBY Stanley H. Short '42, dentist, May 29,1987 COLGATE George H. Applegate '18, in lumber industry over 40 years, former presiden t of TravisApplegate Co., Dec. 29, 1986 DENISON Richard M. Rowell '63, professor, July 17, 1987 DEPAUW William S. Epple '36, established own public relations firm, drummer for nationally known bands, received public relations' "Silver Anvil" award John G. Igleheart '39, Jan. 17, 1987 ILLINOIS John S. Capps '36, Aug. 5, 1987 Harry K. Huntoon '37, July 20,1987 Thomas D. Lewis '16, January, 1987 Edward E. Muhs '28, May 16, 1987. INDIANA Joseph W. Oauser '26 IOWA STATE Charles W. Jenkins '39, June 19,1987 JOHNS HOPKINS Roland B. Merson '35 LAFAYETTE William C. Albertson '20, active church worker, recognized Bible authority, Apr. 3,1986 Benjamin R. Caskey, Jr. '56, Feb. 23, 1987 John U. Nagle '32 MANITOBA Herbert H. C. Rutledge '32, former chief of training at Royal Canadian Air Force Headquarters, May 26, 1987 MARIETTA William M. Joki '31, April, 1987 George W. Lovell '33, May 4, 1987 MCGILL Johnston D. Porter' 49, active in Canadian oil and gas industry, June 23,1987 David F. Williamson '49, June 10, 1987 MIAMI-ILLINOIS Joseph E. Baker '36, Jan . 22, 1987

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AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST MICHIGAN S. Munger Finn '23, Nov. 5, 1986 Robert A. Siewert '25, Jan. 6, 1987 Henry L. Thackwell '11, March, 1987 MICHIGAN STATE Jerry E. English '59, Mar. 14, 1987 MIDDLEBURY Richard T. Calef '24, accountant, Mar. 10, 1987 Parmelee C. Hill '37 MINNESOTA Gordon C. MacRae '21, Mar. 19, 1987 MISSOURI Roswell G. Armstrong '21, served on board of directors of Longview Fibre Co., June 18,1987 Hal Dean Hudgens '57, May 14, 1987 Marion R. McCann '34, Aug. 13, 1987 NEBRASKA Norman E. Anderson '28, insurance and advertising, May 14, 1987 NORTH CAROLINA 'James R. Butler '56 NORTHWESTERN-ILLINOIS Russell Mansfield '22, general contractor, May 6, 1987 OHIO STATE Ralph H . Asher '10 Walter S. Beebe '19,1967 Maurice D. Curran '14, Nov. 9, 1984 Robert O. Duden '29 G. Stark Frambes, Sr. '18, 1984 Frank E. Gintz '16 John P. Gunther ' 66 Max W. Haverman '21 Barry R. Henthorn '82, Oct. 6, 1986 William T. Miller '36, 1982 Philip L. Moore' 42 OREGON STATE Andrew H. Ekern '26, Sept. 21, 1986 Steven W. Penter '62, account executive for Prudential-Bache, July, 1985 PURDUE James E. Aspinall '26, Feb. 22, 1987 Charles J. Barr '42, Delco Remy mechanical engineer, May 31,1987 ROCHESTER Charles S. Craig '35, June 13, 1987 RUTGERS Raymond L. Brandes '26, Nov. 30, 1986 Robert Collett '35, July 7,1987 STANFORD Robert A. Hefner, Jr. '28, May 18, 1987 SWARTHMORE Charles A. Crownover '25, Aug. 3, 1986 William C. Pickett '27, Mar. 11, 1987 TUFTS Harold K. Beck '25 Kimball T. Crocker '40, Jan. 22, 1985 John S. Duncombe '55, Aug. 26,1985 Milton K. Elliott '30, Dec. 25, 1984 William T. Neal '31, Feb. 17,1983

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UCLA Charles E. Hill '48, August, 1986 UNION Karl E. Agan '15, Pastor Emeritus, Bethlehem United Methodist Church, Oct. 16, 1986 Robert W. Fraughton '42, Franklin Academy retired mathematics teacher, Jan. 24, 1987 Homer H. Smith '28, retired technical marketing services manager for Stromberg Carlson Corp., Feb. 4, 1987 John J. Steidle, Jr. '40, attorney and former city judge, Dec. 13, 1986 Alfred M. Wade '22, retired VP of sales at Connecticut Light & Power, Dec. 17,1986 VIRGINIA George W. Shirley '26, 1984 WASHINGTON Donald D. Bickford '26 Robert H. Kinnaird '35, Dec. 20, 1986 Frederick C. Prince '70, member of first pledge class to live in the new house, February, 1987 Hollister T. Sprague '17 WASHINGTON AND LEE Arthur H . Alexander '38, Army veteran, 25year employee Toledo Scale, Mar. 9, 1987 Waldo Lopez '31, retired service consultant, Prudential Insurance, Feb. 6, 1987 Victor F. Radcliffe '39, president of Marketing Action, Inc., Feb. 22, 1987 'Thomas M. Wade, Jr. '23 WESLEYAN William G. Brown ' 42, NASA aerospace engineer, June 16, 1987

WESTERN ONTARIO Donald W. Handford '47 'Thomas A. Nixon '35, 1986 WESTERN RESERVE Morris Wright '37, sales manufacturing retiree, Mar. 10, 1987 WICHITA Robert G. Darling '38, retired advertising salesman, Aug. 8, 1986 Justin A. Riley '31, former owner and president of Riley Lumber Co., July 6, 1986 WILLIAMS . S. G.Johndroe,Jr. '45, former city attorney for Ft. Worth, May 29, 1987 Robert H. Rogers '39 WISCONSIN Donald F. Grugel '53, May 25, 1987

* The Post Office has notified us of the death of these Brothers.

Correction The October, 1985 Quarterly incorrectly listed the date of death of C. Christian Stockel, Jr., Rutgers '34. He died on Apr. 10, 1965, not 1985.

Please send reports to Vital Statistics, Delta Upsilon Fraternity, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis IN 462400108.

Delta Upsilon Quarterly Coming in January's issue. Can a physician find happiness on ice? The answer to that rather unusual question will be apparent when you read about Brother Randy Gregg, Alberta '75, who's making his mark in two demanding professions. January's Quarterly will carry a report on one reason he's been in the news, and will be again in Calgary in February during the Winter Olympiad.

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The critical Bylaw amendments will have been considered by the Fraternity'S Assembly in October, and the January Quarterly will carry a full account.

• There simply wasn't room for a lot of great photos from the Leadership Conference and Convention, so J anuary's issue will be the place to find them. Also, with many award-winning

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January is the issue for reports from undergraduate chapters. You'll recall July'S issue was pretty well packed with good reports, and we expect the January 1988 Quarterly to hold true to that.

What health problems do men of college age and older have in common? A DU physician writes about some important issues for you in the January issue of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly.

You will be seeing more of this new logo ~ in the years to come. . It's the new symbol of . ~ . the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. ~ore in theJanATA ® uary Issue. ~


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