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Schwitters to lead Supercollider lab The newest national laboratory in the Department of Energy is directed by a DU who now oversees development of a $6 billion atomic research facility. . Dr. Roy F. Schwitters, Technology '66, has been appointed Director of the Superconducting Supercollider, which will be built in the next nine years on a site 25 miles south of Dallas. Brother Schwitters was named this spring to head the new laboratory after almost a decade as Professor of Physics at Harvard University, and another eight years of

work with the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in Palo Alto, CaL Brother Schwitters is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, advises several scientific and government agencies, and has written, edited and advised several scientific journals. He will oversee construction of a $5.9 billion project, with a 53mile ring of 10,000 superconducting magnets that will form the world's largest subatomic particle acclerator. About 3,500 people will work to construct the SSC, with permanent staff estimated at 2,500.

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Hayes lauded as new California state treasurer California's newest state treasurer was criticized by some as lacking the "right" political connections when appointed last January. But Thomas W. Hayes, Oregon State and San Jose '68, has moved quickly to quash the naysayers, by ending some wining and dining practices of his predecessor, and instituting a competiting system to select bond counsels and underwriters. In his first six months as State Treasurer, Brother Hayes has applied skills developed as Auditor General of the state since 1979. In that position, he conducted the

largest single financial audit of a government entity in U.S. history. A former Marine officer who saw combat in Vietnam, Brother Hayes was initiated by the Oregon State Chapter in 1965, then transferred to San Jose State University, He earned his MBA there and in 1981 was awarded the national Scantlebury Memorial Award for distin. guished financial management leadership. In 1985 he received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from SJSU. Brother Hayes was appointed State Treasurer after the death of former TreasurerJesse M. Unruh.

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mlSSlon a success Brewster Shaw, Wisconsin '67, took the space shuttle Columbia back into space on a secret U.S. military mission in early August. , A flawless takeoff August 8 with Brother Shaw as commander, and the presumed launching of a mili~ tary satellite, were followed by an equally smooth touchdown five days later at the Dryden Flight Research, Facility in California, In the photo above, Brother Shaw, holding the notebook, inspects inflight maintenance tools which were carried on board Columbia.

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The official magazine of Delta Upsilon Fraternity since 1882 • Vol. 107. No.4

In this issue

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450 DUs at Leadership Institute

. A hundred alumni and 350 undergraduates learned and legislated at DU's big summer meeting in Ann Arbor

2 men named 'Distinguished DUs' Brothers Gordon McGovern and James Holderman, newest recipients of DU's top award, recall what DU did for them

DePauw makes it two in a row It's rare that a chapter repeats as Sweepstakes Winner, but t~e menfromDePauw are again DU's best chapter

DUalumni gather for fall events The Quarterly's listing of alumni events grows with each issue. Here are several activities you may wish to attend.

DU's educational tool kit grows The Cornerstone joins other DU programs as toolsfor

chapter educational success, President Sam Yates reports

Record year for DU giving ' More DU alumni gave more than ever to DU's annual alumni support campaigns. Here's the list of contributors

Winspear finds fun in finance One of Canada's outstanding accountants and philanthropists reflects for Quarterly readers on his enjoyable route to success

Departments Housing committee forming Chapter awards list Newsmakers Treasurer's Report President's Club Alpha and Omega .

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Leadership Institute reaches 450 DUs 2 'Distinguished DUs' named; new policies approved Unusual humidity and recalcitrant air conditioning systems were all that dampened the spirits of more than 450 DUs at the Leadership Institute in August. From naming a new Distinguished DU at the Opening Convocation Thursday night, to naming the best DU chapters at Saturday's awards ceremony, the mood was electric throughout the weekend. More than 350 undergraduates began arriving the morning of Thursday the 3rd. Besides perusing the schedule of 50 educational events over the next few days, and looking over a new selection of DU items in the "Duck Shoppe," they learned of actions by the Undergraduate Advisory Board (UGAB) the day before. First came news of the election of three undergraduates to the Board of Directors: Christopher L. Miller, Miami '90, re-elected to a second term, and two juniors, Barton B. Hooper, Missouri '91, and William H. K. Mooney, McGill '91. The UGAB also asked for more news about alumni and undergraduates in Fraternity publications, sought assistance on a range of plans to obtain chapter housing, and recommended that Convention adopt all policy statements it had approved the prior year. 'N ourish competent people' The Opening Convocation featured the naming of one of two Distinguished DUs during the weekend. R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48, reflected on what Delta U did for him on his way to becoming President and CEO of the Campbell Soup Co. Life at Brown after the war brought together men "out to get an education and participate in the world around them. I'm sure it was a world full of flaws which I didn't appreciate then and have forgotten now," he said. "But over the year's I've watched DU push men down the important trails of high

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scholarship attainment and strong community involvement, wrapped around personal friendships." Lessons learned through DU at Brown had to do with people relationships , Brother McGovern said: "Teamwork, the ability to listen to a broad range of viewpoints, a sense of empathy for another person's position, an ability to melt differing viewpoints into simple achievable objectives, and understanding that there are important value systems at hand besides instant gratification, and a notion that the proof of the pudding isn't cake or intention or excuses but solid, achieved results in things that matter. "Another aspect of fraternity life at Brown was the responsibility placed on the members to elect capable officers, and, even more importantly, to select from a sea of humanity pledge classes that would continue to strengthen the Fraternity," Brother McGovern said. "No other aspect of business is more important than the ability to select and nourish competent people and to provide a continuous flow of talent for the organization." Brother McGovern said that keeping his personal and business objectives close at hand served him well, and that as he developed his skills to help the organization and his community, remuneration "took care of itself." The more you give, the more will be given unto you," "and what you get may be love, or peace of mind, or understanding. It doesn't have to be colored green to be valuable." Solid core curriculum In the second day, undergraduates attended a core curriculum in the Michigan Union as 100 alumni delegates continued to arrive. President Sam Yates and Chairman Karl Huntoon led off with a thorough overview of issues and priorities of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Brother Craig Franz, a member of the Fraternity's Board

R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 of Directors, showed how creative education programs within a DU chapter can meet many personal needs and still enrich and entertain. The new member manual, The Cornerstone, was distributed in the form of a limited edition for Leadership Institute delegates. The men eagerly crowded around the members of the Member Manual Committee in attendance, seeking autographs for their copy. Then Will Keim, Pacific '75, who has spoken to half a million undergraduates on 500 campuses in the past five years, reminded men of their true mission in college and the true purposes of Delta Upsilon with a rousing hour's discussion. After lunch, undergraduates scattered to a dozen different educational and leadership seminars in Angell Hall on campus. Meanwhile, alumni convened for the Alumni Institute portion of the weekend, gaining insight into the new Alumni Chapter program for DU quality. John Kinkade, Colorado '68, chairman of the Alumni Chapter Committee, led alumni through the three-part mission of Alumni Chapters: managing chapter prop-

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dure attacks from those who do not understand or agree with you. And as leaders, you will have to have the integrity to set an example for others," Brother Holderman said. He challenged DUs to excel in scholarship, commitment to college objectives, providing a real sense of community, volunteer work and elsewhere. "If you see this time as an opportunity to prove yourself and to make good on all your principles, then you will look forward to making a difference." Convention, Assembly agree

President Sam Yates awards DePauw Chapter the Sweepstakes trophy as DU's best chapter for second year in a row

erty, advising undergraduate officers, and recruiting all possible DU alumni involvement to enrich the college experience for young DUs. 'Prepare for challenges'

The evening's program began with dinner for 450 at the Michigan League, and DU delegates turned out in fine style. Before introduction of the keynote speaker, the dinner was blessed with the musical talents of L. Mark Anderson, San Jose '86. Joining the Leadership Institute for the second year in a row, Mark showed why he earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study piano in Europe with stunning renditions of pieces by Schumann, Scarlotti and Mozart to rousing applause and demands for an encore, which he performed. Presentation of a number of scholarship awards followed, and then Brothers Yates and Huntoon presented the other Distinguished DU award to Dr. James B. Holderman, Denison '58, President of the University of South Carolina, with the assistance of Chad Poteat, South Carolina '89, a member of Brother Holderman's staff. In accepting the award, Brother Holderman reviewed the challenges of technology and modern society for which leaders - men graduating from our colleges DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

must prepare. Fraternities have a far more important role to play than teaching social skills. "Education has a lot to do, and young people have a lot to handle. Fraternities claim they can be a big part of this," Brother Holderman said. "If things worked out ideally, college presidents could simply turn Greek organizations loose to inspire scholarship, promote school loyalty, help the sick, maybe even help with parking and football. "But we do promise a lot with our words and values," he said. "But we can't always carry through on these words somehow. For whatever reason, we fall short." When fraternities don't live up to their purposes, they must deal with problems like hazing, sexism, racism, alcohol abuse, and others. "but since the 18th century and all that's happened, fraternities have survived. It's because at the critical moments, members have the courage to stand up for their principles," he said. "You need to stand for the things you promise to be, notjusrby your words but by your works. As future leaders, you've already discovered this. You will learn to stand on your own in times of controversy, testing your will. You will take risks and discover self-confidence. You will have to have the character to en-

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The evening concluded with Convention. The Credentials Committee stirred up interest with a report that barred more than 20 chapters from voting because of delinquent accounts with the Fraternity. When the dust settled, 19 chapters could not vote, but a quorum was ready for the work at hand. (continued on next page)

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Leadership Institute In rapid order, Convention approved policies passed the previous year but set aside for a year's study by Assembly. Among them were policies to: -Recommend that no chapter spend funds to purchase alcohol. -Urging chapters with men using illegal drugs to require them to

get counseling, and to suspend or expel violators; and banning any illegal drug on chapter property or at chapter events. '-Embracing the all-men's average as the goal for each DU chapter average gradepoint, and outlining steps the Fraternity should use to raise academic performance in chapters falling below that mark. -Encouraging the pledging of legacies. -Fighting hazing by endorsing the combination of chapter education and enforcement set forth

by Board resolutions on hazing last April. -Condemn any sort of sexual harrassment or sexual abuse by DU pledges or members. -Asking each chapter to sponsor at least one community service or philanthropic project and to participate in at least two each year. Convention also asked Assembly to endorse study of a comprehensive risk management and chapter insurance program. It further voted after some debate to require DU chapters with so-called ,"little sister" programs to immediately suspend recruitment of new "little sisters" and to terminate such programs within two academic years. All these policies and resolutions were approved by Assembly on Saturday, and have been distributed to chapters and Alumni Chapter officers this fall. DePauw takes Sweepstakes Saturday was filled with more educational sessions for alumni and undergraduates alike, and with the meeting of assembly Saturday afternoon. Besides discussion and approval of the policies mentioned above, Assembly elected the 18 (continued on page 104)

Volunteers needed for new housing committee

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Delta Upsilon is establishing a Housing Assistance Committee, and your help is needed. The Housing Assistance Committee needs volunteer lawyers, bankers, financial managers, architects, contractors and others with experience in housing issues. Our goal is to develop regional advising teams, across the U.S. and Canada, to assist chapters and Alumni Chapters in maintaining, renovating or expanding existing chapter houses, and in obtaining new housing. If you are skilled in any of these areas, and would like to volunteer your time (in the range of 10 to 20 hours per year) please write to Paul E. Rosenthal, clo Housing Assistance Committee, 8705 Founders Road, P.O. Box 68942, Indianapolis, IN 46268.

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(continued from page 102) alumni members of the Board of Directors, whose names, addresses and terms of office are listed in this magazine. The combination of Assembly with the Leadership Institute, for the second year after 78 years of meeting separately, continued to pay dividends in joint educational seminars and the chance to meet men from across the continent. For many chapters, the Awards Convocation Saturday night was a highlight. Following Brother Keirn's keynote remarks, charters were presented to the new chapters at Guelph and Northern Colorado. Then the certificates and trophies for excellence in scholarship, rush, chapter and campus activities and

overall quality went out, conclud~ ing with the naming of the Top Seven Chapters, and finally, presenting the Sweepstakes Trophy to DePauw for the second year in a row. As the Leadership Institute wound down oil Sunday morning with a handful of educational seminars, delegates headed for home knowing that they could reconvene a year down the road at another Big Ten campus, as the University of Illinois was announced as the site of the Leadership Institute on August 2-5, 1990. We'll have to see, though, if our three-year streak of "predicting" the NCAA men's basketball champion continues into 1990! -Tom Hansen

Brother Holderman and his wife, Carolyn. DUs in Ann Arbor congratulated Mrs. Holderman on winning Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity's highest volunteer honor.

DU's award-winning chapters for 1988-89 1 Sweepstakes Award - DePauw Sweepstakes Award Finalists -- Top 7 Chapters Clarkson, DePauw, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon, South Carolina, Swarthmore President's .Award for Excellence . Creighton First Place: Second Place: Northern Iowa Third Place: Culver-Stockton Directors' Award for Excellence First Place: Carnegie Second Place: Bradley Third Place: McGill Trustees' A~ard for E){cellence First Place: Oregon State Second Place: Wisconsin Third Place: Pennsylvania State President's Award for Improvement First Place: Houston Second Place: Marietta Third Place: Wichita Directors.' Award for Improvement First Place: Western IllinoIs Second Place: Southwest Missouri Third Place: North Carolina State . Trustees' Award for Improvement First Place: Indiana Second Place: Cornell Third Place: Michigan Pledge Education Award Santa Barbara Financial Management Award Miami Best Public Relations Program Award Brown

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Best Chapter Publications Award Michigan State Best Community Relations Project Award Massachusetts Best Scholarship Program Award .Creighton Most Improved Scholarship Program Bradley Academic Excellence Award Clarkson, DePauw, North Dakota, SantaBarbara, South Carolina, South Dakota Academic Achievement Award Creighton, Florida, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Kent State Colony, Nebraska, Pennsylvania State, Purdue, Tennessee, Washington State, Western Illinois Academic Honorable Mention Bowling Green, Carnegie, Miami, North Carolina State,Northern Colorado, Northern IUlnols, Ohio State, San Jose, Virginia Tech, Wichita Best Province Award - Province 7 - Bradley, Chicago, Culver-StOCkton, Illinois, Michigan Tech, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Western Illinois, Wisconsin Most Improved Province Award - Province 9 - Colorado, Creighton, Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri, Nebraska, Northern Colorado, Southwest Missouri, Wichita Iron Duck Awards (for action showing exceptional dedication to the principles of our Fraternity) Bowling Green, Colorado, Houston, Johns Hopkins, Western Illinois Dr. Karl and Jeanetta Menninger Award Kansas State DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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~~f~ Campus News All chapters and colonies have been asked to report news about their outstanding undergraduates, for inclusion in future issues of the Quarterly. Achievements such as honoraries and scholarships earned, top academic awards, major campus activity offices held, and varsity athletic members are eagerly sought by all DUs - and their fine works should not go unrecognized. These outstanding accomplishments will be featured in this On Campus section of the Newsmakers feature in the Quarterly.

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Six DUs were among more than 1,500 Greeks to be named initiated into Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) during the past academic year. DUs initiated into this national leadership honor society were Michael B. Waller '90,John H. Fitzgerald '90, and Vincent S. Moy '87, all of the Florida Chapter; Michael J. Jones, Michigan Tech '89, and John W. Byrd '89 and Eric A. Paine '91, both of the South Carolina Chapter. ODK initiates rank in the top 35 percent of their class and have excelled in one of' five extracurricular activities: scholarship, athletics, creative and performing arts, journalism and mass media, and social service and religious or campus government activities.

Alumni News Arizona Robert C. Barker '61, has been appointed senior vice president, human resources and administration, at Heublein Inc., a major international producer and marketer of wines and spirits. David E. Chambers '60, has been named one of the most accomplished individual executive recruiters and will be listed in The Career Makers: America's Top 100 Executive Recruiters. Nominations for this honor were made by coworkers, competitors and clients. British Columbia Members of the Institute of Char- ' tered Accountants of British Columbia have elected Richard K. Acton '72 as

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their president for 1989-1990. He is a partner in the Vancouver firm of Acton Gunderson & Macdonald.

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"We have one Z particle. It was made Tuesday morning. We found it this morning." That simple announcement by a DU marked a huge step in the pursuit of what is believed to be a key to understanding the birth of the universe. Michael Riordan, Technology '68, is a physicist at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center near Stanford University in Palo Alto, Cal., and also science information officer. His announcement of the April discovery at the $125 million center was hailed by physicists as a milestone in research aimed at understanding conditions that may have existed in the first instants after the "big bang," which scientists believe formed the universe perhaps 20 billion years ago. Brother Riordan reported that the Z particle helps explain forces that bind matter together, and also cause it to decay radioactively. The linear accelerator slams electrons and positrons together at nearly the speed of light. Its Z-particle achievement bested a large European research center scheduled to open this summer, costing eight times what the Stanford center costs. Brother Riordan has written three books, including The Hunting of the Quark, featured in a recent Quarterly issue.

Theodore R. Boehm '60, the Indianapolis lawyer hired in the fall of 1988 to begeneral counsel for General Electric's major appliance business, is transferring to a GE division in Cincinnati. He will be vice president and chief counsel for GE's aircraft engine bus iness. DePauw David B. Brittain '51 is a biology professor at Ripon College and a stress management specialist, having given presentations at hospitals in the Ripon area as well as Scotland and England. Richard W. Hynson '75 has been nominated for DePauw's Young Alumnus award. He is music director of the Bel Canto Chorus of Milwaukee and served in the same capacity for ten seasons with the Cincinnati Choral Society and five seasons with the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra. John P. Isenbarger '45 has been elected chairman of the board of directors of Muncie Federal Savings and Loan Association. Purdue's Perspective notes the promotion of Dr. John S. McConnell '66 to Assistant Vice President for Development at Purdue. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the International Fraternity. Harry E. Rhoads, Jr. '71 is president of Washington Speakers Bureau Inc., reportedly the second-largest speakers' bureau in the nation. In February Thomas A. Trowbridge'85, a senior at Northwestern University Dental School, received the American College of Dentists' Award of Merit in recognition of his leadership and scholarly achievement. Florida Gainesville Police Corporal Edwin A. Book '84 was named the department's Outstanding Officer of the Quarter (September-December 1988) for the second time in four years. He also has been nominated for a Florida state-wide Police Officer of 1988 award through the Florida Citizens Against Crime Commission. After over 11 years with the Orange County schools, associate superintendent Joseph J. Marinelli '65 has accepted a position as superintendent of the Livonia, Michigan school system. Illinois Charles R. Goldman '52, a professor of limnology at the University of California, Davis was featured in the February 26, 1989 The Davis Enterprise

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absorb the bacteria and pollutants. He has created an experimental, artificial wetland near the lake. Measured in feet, the prototype is a year old, and researchers say that, so far, it has been a success, and could lead to the rebuilding of such areas along much of the lake.

Michigan State Roger C. Nauert '65 has recently accepted the position of executive vice president at The Detroit Medical Center in Detroit. He is also president and CEO for Radius Health Care System, Inc. Middlebury

Indiana Alan B. Graf '51 has been named president of Akzo Salt Inc., Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, a division of Akzo, a Dutch-based chemical company. Jeffrey S. Lawrence '85 is Controller at University Heights Hospital, Inc. in Indianapolis. He previously was with Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Indiana as senior accountant. James S. McReynolds '79 has been promoted to the position of business manager, Scandinavia and Finland for Caterpillar Overseas S.A. He will be responsible for dealer administration, sales, and all marketing activities .

Donald A. Axinn '51 is the recipient of a Doctor of Letters honorary degree from Middlebury College, acknowledging that he "expanded the limits of knowledge and helped to train the eye of Middlebury undergraduates and Bread Loaf writers through his dedication, example and generosity." Missouri E. Richard Wendelburg '57 has been awarded recognition as a Registered Financial Planner by the Board of Governors of the International Association of Registered Financial Planners, Inc. He is with the Perimeter Financial Group in Marietta, Georgia.

paign. In his new position at the IU Foundation, he will develop policies, coordinate fundraising and help manage the Foundation. Northwestern After ten years at General Motors with the factory automation group, Nicholas J. Losole '79 has taken a position with Lotus Development Corporation. He will be market development manager, responsible for national and international marketing programs for the manufacturing sector. Oregon State Linus C. Pauling '22, professor emeritus of chemistry at Stanford University has been named recipient of the National Science Foundation's Vannevar Bush Award. Winner of the 1954 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the 19{}2 Nobel Peace Prize, he is being recognized for his contributions to chemistry, dedication to teaching, and achievements in making scientists aware of their social responsibility. Pennsylvania William A. Squires '71, president of Esquire Gas Products Company, wholesaler of liquid carbon dioxide and dry ice based in Enfield, Connecticut, was recently named to the associate board of Enfield National Bank. He was also named as a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Enfield for his service to the community. Purdue

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Long Beach Five charter members of the Long Beach Chapter are finding success in southern California as the band Circadian Rhythm. They've won several contests, opened for m拢Uor acts and ( have a record contract. McGill Montreal Branch of the Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada announced the appointment of Arthur A. Bruneau '44 as chairman of the 1989 $250,000 fund raising drive. He recently retired as senior vice president and director of Alcan Aluminium Ltd. Frank A. McMahon '70 has been admitted into partnership in the firm of Werle man Guy McMahon Architects in Montreal. JohnJ. Pepper, Q .C. '52, president of the Montreal Board of Trade has been appointed chairman of its development programme . He is counsel to the Montreal legal firm of Gasco, Linteau and Grignon. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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Nebraska David W. Nuckolls '86 has been promoted to manager of audio/visual services at Walt Disney World Company in Orlando, Florida. He is responsible for all Disney's convention and inhouse audio/visual needs. North Carolina In November 1988 David G. Balmer '84 was elected to represent South Charlotte in the North Carolina State House receiving 58% of the vote. He plans to seek reelection in 1990. North Dakota New vice president for development at the Indiana University Foundation, Bloomington, Indiana, is Rodney P. Kirsch '78. He had worked at the UCLA-Berkeley foundation for four years and since November 1988 had been executive director of the University's $320 million fundraising cam-

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. Frederick R. Ford '58 was named the 1989 recipient of the distinguished business officer award by the National Association of College and University Business Officers. He is executive vice president and treasurer of Purdue University. San Jose A group including Peter V. Ueberroth '59, has successfully bid for ownership of Hawaiian Air Lines. Brother Ueberroth, former Commissioner of Baseball, built a travel services company and then was named to head the 1984 Olympics organizing committee. Southern Illinois Alan P.Jacobson '76 graduated from John Marshall Law School of Chicago in December 1988, admitted into Phi Delta Phi legal honorary society, and has accepted a position with the law firm of Clausen, Miller, Gorman, Caffrey and Witous of Chicago. Senior

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DU Newsmakers

. ~Mf~ Federal Judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz presided over the private swearing-in ceremony. Syracuse Ashton W. Richards '82 is mentioned in the credits of the current film Dead Poets Society. He is cast as the physical education teacher. Tennessee RobertJ. Goodwin '72 has been promoted to program analyst in water resources with the Tennessee Valley Authority in Knoxville. He has been a meteorologist with TV A since 1980. He received a Master of Business Administration in 1987 from the University of North Alabama, and a Master of Science in Meterology in 1979 from Florida State University. Union James A. Thompson '76, has started a new company, The Thompson Group, Inc. to market real estate limited partnerships. March 1 the firm became a member of the National Association of Security Dealers (NASD) as a broker-dealer. Western Ontario The Honourable Thomas A. Hockin P.C., M.P. '61 is the Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament for London West, Ontario and the Minister of State (Small Businesses and Tourism). First elected to the House of

Commons in 1984, he was re-elected in 1988 as a Member of a new conservative majority government. He spoke at the Province 6 Regional Leadership Seminar hosted by the Western Ontario Chapter in February. He related the Canada/United States free trade deal to DU founding principles and told how his Fraternity experience has helped him in political life. Wichita Gary D. Park '66 was recently elected director for Region 5 of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). AIAA is the largest and

oldest technical society in the world devoted to science and engineering in the fields of aeronautics, astronautics and related defense systems. Wisconsin As mentioned in the October 1988 Qual'tel'iy, Michael J. Lessiter '91 was working on his second book. "The College Names of the Games" was published in April by Contemporary Books. This book deals with how the Division I colleges came up with their particular school nicknames. The 112-page book contains team histories, anecdotes, information and cartoons.

Alumni events for late fall Alumni of the Maine Chapter have arranged for students to board in the former chapter house during the coming academic year. Fall alumni events will be held elsewhere on campus. Efforts to revive the chapter are proceeding in communication with University officials, following loss of recognition of the chapter because of a hazing incident. The boarding operation will retain Ms. Val Kinnerson, longtime DU cook, to provide meals to boarders. Alumni interested in alumni activities should contact Bill Fraser '81, Alumni Chapter President, at 92 River Street, Apt. 2, Cambridge, MA 02139.

. A Christmas Stag will be held at the Wichita Country Club on Dec. 15, with reception at 6 and dinner at 7. Attire is coat and tie. For details, contact Warren Wandling, Kansas '58, at 316-263576l.

• Alumni of the Kansas City area will

gather for the annual Alumni Club banquet at the Kansas City Club in early

November. Watch the mails for details on date and time of the event, with 100 DU alumni expected.

The 66th annual Milwaukee Alumni Club dinner will be Friday, November 3, at the Pfister Hotel. If you live in the Milwaukee area, you've probably received an announcement; if not, contact George Knutsen, 01'egon State '31 , 1991 W. North Ave., Apt. 107, Wauwatosa, WI 53226.

DU activities in the Tulsa area are springing into action under the guidance of a revived Alumni Club. Contact Bobby lones, Oklahoma State '80, at 6711 S. Yale, Tulsa, OK 74136. The next event, the inaugural alumni banquet for revived alumni activities, will be Nov. 1 at the Sheraton Kensington Hotel, 1902 E. 71st St. , Tulsa.

Deadline for alumni club information for the January issue is Nov. 15. Mail or fax it to Fraternity Headquarters.

Treasurer reports deficit smaller than budgeted Dear Brothers, In this my final report to you as treasurer, I am pleased to state that our Fraternity had a better than anticipated year. The history of the past three years is that the Board of Directors set a goal of improving a variety of services and functions of Delta U psilon. To accomplish this, they expected that we would have to exceed available income, and operate at a deficit. The good news is that while we expected a deficit in the range of $60,000, the actual deficit is about $39,000. On page 109 are excerpts of the June 30, 1989 fi108

nancial statement. I take further comfort in the fact that $35,000 of the deficit was depreciation expense, which is not a cash item. The Executive Director and staff of our Fraternity deserve credit for keeping expenses under budget, while doubling the number of men travelling to DU chapters, installing a new in-house computer system, conducting 12 rather than 7 Regional Leadership Seminars, extending the use of the Seven Stars System, and overseeing the production of The CorneTStone, our new member manual. Our two major income sources

are member fees and alumni contributions. On the first point, we have for the fifth year in a row kept pledge, initiation and member fees the same. The total four-year cost for a man who pledges in the fall of his freshman year is only $275. Whether this no-increase trend can continue is a matter for some scrutiny. On the second point, we can celebrate the fact that the two Delta Upsilon Educational Foundations received more than $209,000 in contributions from almost 4,200 alumni - both new records - and (continued on next page)

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provided support for Fraternity educational activities in a generous amount. We applaud the continued support of the DU Educational Foundation established in the United States 40 years ago, and we welcome our newest partner in educational excellence, the DU Educational Foundation of Canada, established last fall, The critical task before us is to enlarge our meager Fraternity and Foundation endowments, An ever stronger base of financial support means better educatio"nal services to you and all DU chapters, It is safe to say that we would not be discussing deficits if our endowments were at the level other fraternities have reached, Your continued efforts to keep chapter quality high, and to avoid incidents

which degrade our Fraternity's image in the eyes of alumni, will assist as we seek the major gifts we need, Two issues deserve further comment, In the previous two years we paid dearly for loan guarantees on two chapter houses, I am pleased to report this year that all chapter loans have been kept current and the chapter loan fund showed income for the year. Although new loans and guarantees are not being made, we can see positive results from the past year's work, It is also important to note that our marketable securities are reported at the lower of cost or market. The market value of those securities now exceeds cost by about $268,000, or 25 percent of cost. Praise is due to our investment committee, chaired by Brother

Maury Mandel, Chicago '55, for its able assistance, We can continue to operate Successfully, and serve the needs of our Fraternity, if chapters pledge and initiate enough men and pay promptly; if the staff prudently limits expense; and if DU alumni feel their generous gifts are for a worthy cause - that is, the betterment of fine young men in almost 100 chapters and colonies, Fraternally,

John W, Cowie, Bradley '74 (Note: the full report of the Fraternity's miditor, Price Waterhouse, is available upon request.)

STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1989 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1988 , Chapter Permanent Operating Educational Loan Trust Fund Fund ~ ._....:F-"u"'n"-d_ Revenues: Pledge and initiation fees Membership fees Installation and affiliate fees Alumni Support Investment income from permanent trust fund Net realized gain on sale of securities Interest income from chapter loans Reimbursements received and accrued from Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Grant received from Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Chapter merchandise & supplies Gifts and bequests Pension plan termination reimbursement Other Total reven ues Expenses: Chapter services Alumni services General and administrative Quarterly magazine Alumni support and loyal life memberships Convention, conference and assemblies Committees, officers and directors Bad debt expense - Chapter loans Total expenses Excess (deficiency) of revenues 'over ~xpenses Fund balances, beginning of year lnterfund transfers Fund balances, end of year

$296,130 65,650 17,420 2,862

Total all funds 1989

$

$

53,302 17,118 21,301 154,550 36,484 41,438

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23,104 288,741

446,484 150,702 92,143 78,465 98,231 25 ,584 6,683 16,932 468,740 (22,256) 690,209 ~ $679,787

$ 291,069

154,550 36,484 41,438

133,673 38,200 43,468 7,991 16,856 29,511 787,232

243 ,220 102,381 156,931 116,942 25,584 111 ,405 35,639

92,518 10,238 78,466 18,71 I 104,722 18,707 323,362 (34,621 ) (518,750) (4,190) $(557,561)

296,130 65,650 17,420 2,862 53,302 17,118 21,301

46;088 752,343

17,118

$ I 56,293

$ I 56,293

17,118 1,158,913 (7,644) $ I ,168,387

1988

792,102 (39,759) 1,486,665 $1,446,906

68,790 23,615 400 50,285 58,037 25,337

209,712 69,920 153,517 129,072 56,230 94,194 24,831 62,827 800,303 (13,071) 1,499,736 $1,486,665

STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1989 WITH COMPARATIVE TOTALS FOR 1988

Salaries: Executive and field staff Office Pension Payroll taxes Travel expenses Printing, artwork, paper etc. Postage and express Membership certificates, badges, manuals, etc. lnsurance ~~'il~i~~l~~J.~路ounds maintenance Tefephone and utilities Data lrrocessin g services ad ressinfi and programming Office supp ies Computer expenses Bad debt expense - chapter loans Other Total expenses before depreciation Depreciation - building and equipment Total expenses

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Alumni services

$ 65,266 38,565 3,326 8,490 50,712 1,894 14 ,599 28,812 11,240

$ 25,032 26,763 2,184 4,103 12,633 3,603 4,572 1,505 4,496

12,857

1,837

1,513

605

2,742

3,840

General administrative

Quart~r1y

Alumni

magazme

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Convention, conference and assemblies

2,250 27,011 2,622 2,329 1,656 407 3,289

9,000 6,370 847 1,186 166 64 ,223 30,507

$ 4,500

$ 13,328

13,103 1,012 1,360

9,597 993 1,812 71,022 12 ,823 706

18,734 15,794 12,209 3,673

1,124

750

$

5,110 549

~ ~ ~ 243,220 102,381 121,796 ~ $243,220 $102,381 $156,931

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Committees, officers and directors

$

$35,639

1,124

Total expenses year ended lune 30, 1989 1988 $119,376 121,409 10,984 19,280 171,828 83,553 53,673 30,317 37,468 15,794 12,209 18,367

$ 79,388

6,054 5,110 10,970

16,639 5,662 1,910 63,335 19,137 784,297

118,941 13,894 15,717 132,099 112,154 62,490 50,886 42,888 15,888 15,916 17,353

2,422

1,514

1,097

2,742

116,942

25,584

I I 1,405

35,639

40,575 756,967 ~

~

$116,942

$25,584

$11 1,405

$35,639

$792,102

$800,303

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New tools for the best DU experience Imagine connecting 450 live wires together and throwing the switch. The surge of electricity would be awesome, and akin to what happened at our Leadership Institute in Ann Arbor in August. You can't help coming away from this kind of gathering of young leaders and dedicated alumni with your enthusiasm recharged and your confidence in the future of our nations uplifted. These are great young people; they listen, they contribute, they rise to help others with problems, and they heartily join in celebrating the successes of their brothers from other chapters. It's a great joy to be among 'em! We do indeed add value to the . college experience - if we keep focused on excellence, enrichment, achievement and moderation. Three of our DU programs are particularly aimed at building and maintaining the positive lifestyle that overturns the destructive Animal House image unfortunately so popular in the media.

The President's Report They continue to hang us with a rope fashioned by a small minority of fraternity members, and we let them do it. The programs, or tools, are The Cornerstone, the Seven Stars, and the Alumni Chapter concept. The Cornerstone, our brand new manual ("revised" is not an adequate word), it is an extraordinary book. You will find nothing even coming close among the membership manuals of the other fraternal organizations. It's candid, it's current, it's a survival guide, it's an excellent guide, and it's a book that will be re-rea<:i both during and after the undergraduate years. The committee has done us an invaluable service with their writing experience. My one concern is that most of the alumni may never see these thoughtful pages. I encourage you to order a copy, borrow one, give one to an outstanding high , school senior - what a subtle way torush the cream of the crop.

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The Seven Stars program, which takes its name from the stars on our Coat of Arms, outlines the stepby-step procedures to achieve superior results in basic chapter activities. It is a leadership program that is being widely incorporated by other fraternities. It's built on practical experience. The more a chapter uses it, the more brothers they involve in carrying out the activities, and the greater that chapter becomes. The third tool is our new Alumni Chapter Program. We are distilling what we have learned from the top alumni groups, clubs and corporation boards across the continent, and supporting the growth of an alumni chapter along side of each undergraduate chapter. The benefits are continuity, financial stability, and leadership counseling for the undergraduate officers. We probably could diffuse a little liberal culture, too! The bottom line is simple: we have better, stronger and more stable chapters where there is a well-organized and responsible alumni support group. Think about joining us next summer in Champaign-Urbana for the third of our newly formulated Leadership Institute, with its

DUBooksheH Following in His Steps, a biography of Charles M. Sheldon, Brown 1883, by Timothy Miller, 273 pages, $24.95 hard cover, The University of Tennessee Press.

This is a well-documented biography of a world renowned minister whose pinnacle of success was to write a simple but thought provoking novel In His Steps, which at first publishing sold more copies than any American author, and second only to the Bible in numbers of copies published. Charles Sheldon's inspirational novel became a guide for Christian behavior challenging readers to ask themselves: "What would Jesus do in my situation?" The novel has worldwide circulation and nine American publishers still print the book. Timothy Miller, a professor of religious studies at the University of Kansas, traces the life of Sheldon's

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Sam Yates, San Jose '55 alumni and undergraduate leadership schools, and Convention and Assembly. Come see your Fraternity in action, and your donations at work. Fraternally,

Samuel M. Yates President multifaceted career beginning in the eastern United States and ending as pastor of the Central Congregational Church in Topeka, Kansas where he was located for 30 years. Sheldon attended Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, where he joined Delta Upsilon and polished his Greek and Latin translations with Charles Evans Hughes, Brown 1881, later Secretary of State, Governor of New York and Chief Justice of the United States. Following in His Steps chronicles Sheldon's life of seeking unique solutions to social problems. He spoke out against anti-Black activity, supported feminist struggles for equal rights and campaigned for world peace. This is a highly refreshing book to read and reread about our DU brother who stands out as one man who remained committed to a vision of equality, love and service to the poor. . Review by Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75.

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rIlie Presidents C[ub John Patterson Circle (gifts of $1,000 or more)

F. Lee Baird, Kansas '58 Huntly G. Chapman, British Columbia '68 Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '5 1 Arthur K. Lund, San Jose '55 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Robert O. Safford, Cornell '56 Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell '50 Warren A. Scott, Purdue '48 William H. French Circle (gifts of $500 to $999)

Robert L. Goforth, San Jose '55 William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 .lames C. Houston, Michigan '30 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54 John S. McConnell, DePauw '66 Arthur L. Rice, .I r., Illinois '36 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 Henry B. Roth , Union '30 Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago '43 The Charles T. and Marion M. Thompson Foundation Robert J. Valdez, Nebraska '66

John G. Weir, Toronto '43 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Charles G. Dawes Circle (gifts of $400 to $499)

H . Thomas Hallowell, Jr. , Swath more '29 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 Howard L. McGregor, Jr., Williams '40 Donald C. Metz, Purdue '30 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Christopher Saricks, Kansas '70 Neil D. Scott, Washington '24 Walter N. Thayer, Colgate '3 1 Nehemiah Boynton Circle (gifts of $300 to $399)

Douglas D. Ballou, Kansas '75 William N. Banks, Jr., Dartmouth '45 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '22 William W. Boyd, Northwestern '48 Harry N. Briggs, Missouri '51 Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 William L. Clymer, Ohio State '35 Michael W. Hurst, Technology '70 Travis H. Jackson, Technology '71 Thomas R. Jacobs, Arkansas '77 D. Geoffrey John, Arizona '62 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell '39 J. Richard Lombardi, Colorado '61 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23 Thomas R. McConchie, Jr. , Virginia '51 Edward F. Parsons, Illinois '27 Louis A. Pietro, Western Reserve '49 John A. Riggs, Jr., Missouri '30 Thomas E. Shultz, Rutgers '61

Wendell A. Smith, Johns Hopkins '54 Alfred G. Wirth, McGill '63 Robert G. Yingling, Jr. , Missouri '62 John B. Young, Iowa State '28 J. Arthur Clark Circle (gifts of $250 to $299)

Donald D. Bradley, Hamilton '28 Louis Brennesholtz, Lehigh '32 Peter W. Bridgford, Northwestern '56 James R. Clark, North Carolina '68 John A. Delaney, Florida '77 Richard F. Fagan, Washington '52 George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42 Alan B. Graf, Indiana '51 Donald E. Haggen, Washington '53 John R. Hammond, Jr., DePauw '50 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue '5 1 George C. Long, Bowling Green '67 David C. Lovell, Iowa State '50 Andrew J. Loyd, Oklahoma '82 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 George M. Martin, Missouri '56 R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 Charles E. Nelson, Wisconsin '27 Reginald B. Newman II, Northwestern '59 George E. Plant, British Columbia '50 Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18 Edwin Salisbury, Syracuse '40 C. Earl Schooley, Missouri '28 George E. Snyder, Michigan State '57 Robert F. Stuhr, Oregon '41 William K. Ulerich, Penn State '31

Your chance to change thousands of lives Is it worth a penny apiece to you to change more than 4,000 lives? You can do it for more than 4,000 Delta U undergraduates across the continent, with your alumni support check this fall. A gift to one ofDU's educational foundations means that we can continue bringing the third dimension to college edu~ation: the leadership and personal skills that round out the learning and activities that show on a resume. Fraternities are powerful players in the lives of young men. Their peer groups exercise great influence on the type of man who emerges from college. As alumni of Delta Upsilon, we have a responsibility to make sure that DU provides the best possible experience - an influence that encourages, uplifts, and challenges men to be content only with their very best effort. If you send a tax-deductible check for $50 - just under the av-

erage gift size last year - you'll receive special reports from Fraternity Headquarters, and you'll be in next year's Honor Roll . More im-

portandy, you'll bring proven educational programs to DU's chapters across North America in the coming months.

Clip and mail today!

Please print your name

Chapter and Year

$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 68942, Indianapolis IN 46268-0942. Now whether you live in the U.S. or in Canada, your entire gift is tax-deductible. Donations of $1,000 or more go to the permanent endowment.

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Joseph A. Walker, Illinois '67 William Wallace III, Union '48 Eugene A. Wright, Washington '34 Warren D. DuBois Circle (gifts of $200 to $249) Roy F. Allan, Lehigh '68 Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 John M. Barr, Miami '68 Curtiss L. Beebe, Washington '35 William J. Bittner, Bradley '74 James G. Brass, Manitoba '73 Edward W. Carter, U .C.L.A. '32 Norman L. Cloutier, Syracuse '49 Richard Y. Coulton, Miami '54 James W. Culpepper, Missouri '57 James H. Donaldson, Jr., Colgate '45 John J. Douglas, Wisconsin '39 John R. Dytman, Syracuse '71 Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State '78 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Thomas S. Filip, Oklahoma '69 John W. Fitzgerald, Chicago '43 John W. Foreman, DePauw '33 Severance W. Gavitt, Northwestern '37 Nicholas T. Giorgianni, Kent State '56

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Presiden t 's C{ub Elmer C. Grage, Chicago '27 . Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 Richard P. Gregory, British Columbia '69 William N. Guthrie, Northwestern '52 William C. Hall, Indiana '44 Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota '59 W. H . Harwell, Jr., Missouri '51 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Robert C. Hunt, Nebraska '41 Richard M. Ivey, Western Ontario '47 Terry A. Jackson, McGill '69 Paul A. Jones, Northern Illinois '76 William L. Julian, Illinois '29 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington '59 Stewart B. Kett, California '49 Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36 William P. Major, Colgate '26 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 John C. Mazzei, New York '26 Bruce A. McEachran, Washington State '69 John A. Morse, Syracuse '57 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette '67 James W. Osborn, Iowa State '73 Ronald D. Peyton, Indiana '69 Robert J. Powadiuk, Western Ontario '68 John J. Reese, Colorado '85 James R. Reid, Lehigh '56 Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester '56 Winston Scott, Washington '30 William S. Smeltzer, Syracuse '58 Edward J. Stephens, California '44 E. James Strates, Syracuse '54 Mark C. Taylor, Florida '82 Peter A. Tuohy, Washington '53 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma '52

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Stephen L. Wallenhaupt, North Carolina '74 W. D .. Watkins, North Carolina '27 Sewell T. Wilson, Jr., Kansas '48 Francis G. Winspear, Alberta '38 John H. Wolf, DePauw '39 Samuel S. Hall Circle (gifts of $150 to $199) Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 Robert H. Adler, Wisconsin '46 Richard T. Baker, Ohio State '48 Jason A. Biue, Ohio State '61 Paul J. Bodine, .I 1"., Northwestern '50 William B. Boone, California '35 Herbert S. Botsford, California '53 Richard N. Brandenburg, Washington State '55 Dale W. Brunken, Oregon '52 Philip N. Christiansen, South Dakota '75 F. Leonard Christy, Ohio State '40 Charles D. Clark, Michigan '39 Jack H . Copple, Purdue '36 Edward R. Crater, Ohio State '78 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Paul H . Davis, Jr., .Chicago '35 Robert J. DeGange, Michigan '67 George P. Edmonds, Technology '36 K. Michael Edwards, Alberta '70 John H. Eyler, Jr., Washington '69 Mark Falb, Iowa '69 R. Robert Filter, Miami '50 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State '70 R. Bowen Gillespie, Marietta '72 Lloyd G. Gillette, Alberta '54 William R. Grant, Union '49 Robert G. Grossi, Indiana '85 H. John Hawkinson, Iowa '35 J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47 Phillip E. Hurley, Oklahoma '64 C. Earl Ingalls, Brown '25 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green '59 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 Robert D. Kayser, California '46 Craig N. Kindell, Purdue '77 Egerton W. King, Alberta '42 H . E. Klemp, Kansas '26 T. Michael Knies, Tennessee '71 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska '57 Eldred D. Kuppinger, Ohio State '33 Robert J. Lambrix, Colgate '61 William H. Lawson, Purdue '50 Ernest L. Lippert, Jr., Oklahoma '53 John B. Little, San Diego '72 Brock M. Lutz', Missouri '58 Wendell E. Mann, Purdue '48 Robert J. Martin, Washington '59 Donald L. McKelvey, Missouri '32 L. D. McKinley, Illinois '40 John E. Meyer, Kansas '50 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 James G. Morford, Washington '51 Donald J. Moulin, California '53 James R. Myers, Ohio State '38 Victor T. Neff, Missouri '66 David S. Nelson, Clarkson '69 Herbert H . Nelson, Colorado '59 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin '76 J. W. Neuner, Oregon '62 C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '26 Jon R. Palmi tier, Michigan State '60 Bruce E. Peterson, Western Illinois '74 Neal R. Popham, Purdue '54 Bryant S. Procter, Illinois '44 Robert L. Purcell, Chicago '31 Wendell L. Richards, Oklahoma State '77

Charles W. Roberts, Lehigh '27 John W. Rogers, Miami '57 Daniel L. Rothrock, Washington State '69 Ronald C. Rylander, Oklahoma State '63 William R. Shepherd, Jr., Oregon '55 Roy W. Spanjer, Northwestern '49 Arthur R. Steiger, Jr., Purdue '48 Robert V. Stephens, Indiana '61 Herbert K. Taylor, Jr., Swarthmore '27 Albert E. Varble, Purdue '50 Robert V. Wardle, Michigan '52 John T. Weisel, Oregon '48 Jeffrey M. Wells, Indiana '66 James W. Westaway, Toronto '34 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota '50 Hugh F. Wilkins, Nebraska '42 W. Robert Wilmore, Western Reserve '46 Carl E. Witschy, Illinois '74 Jack J. Yirak, Iowa State '40 George F. Andrews Circle (gifts of $100 to $149) Frank F. Abercrombie, Rochester '28 K. Brooks Abernathy, Northwestern '40 F. Terrill Adams, Iowa '59 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64

W. Mike Adams, Kansas '57 Gregory E. Albert, Washington State '74 E. Daniel Albrecht, Arizona '59 Jonathan S. Akaro, Lehigh '74 Charles F. Alexander, Iowa State and Toronto '55 John D. Allan, British Columbia '47 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 Charles W. Allen, Lehigh '25 Edwin M. Allmendinger, Michigan '44 James A. Allums, Texas '59 Clarke Ambrose, Cornell '48 A. W. Altorfer, Jr., Illinois '43 C. B. Anderson, Jr., Indiana '27 Dale H . Anderson, Iowa '48 Donald B. Anderson, Colgate '39 James H . Anderson, Wisconsin '58 Russell H. Anderson, Wesleyan '20 Walter E. Anderson, J r., South Carolina '84 Alexander Andrekson, Alberta '47 T. Ross Archibald , Western Ontario '58 David S. Armstrong, California '48 Thomas W. Arvin, San Jose '53 Maurice D. Ashbury, Virginia '27 William B. Ayars, Syracuse '56 J. Carter Bacot, Hamilton '55 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58 Arthur J . Bakaitis, Western Reserve '62 Harold D. Barker, Miami '50 Joseph C. Barth, DePauw '21 Harvey Bartle, Jr. , Pennsylvania '30 W. B. Barton, Western Ontario '45 Louis D. Bauer, Rutgers '65 Arnold R. Baum, Kansas '81 Richard E. Baumgartner, Indiana '53 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State '42 John T. Beals, Purdue '30 Rodney F. Beckwith, Cornell '57 Halden M. Beers, Carnegie '35 Frank H. Beinhauer, Illinois '28 Robert J. Bertagna, J r., Tufts '69 Alan R. Biggs, Western Ontario '59 Charles S. Biggs III, Pennsylvania '55 H. Alan Bigley, Jr., Johns Hopkins '64 James F. Bills, Washington State '74 Phillip R. Birkestrand, Iowa '73 Richard P. Bishop, California '68 George A. Blair, Miami '37 .I erry L. Bobo, Houston '77

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William L. Bopf, Michigan State '58 Herbert H. Boswau, Denison '55 Michael G. Boylan , Bra(iley '69 Leo R. Brammer, .II'., Oklahoma '47 Kelley.J. Brennan, Marietta '64 Carman H. Brooks, Alberta '60 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 William A. Bruck, Arlington '72 Raymond G. B1'llckman, Miami '49 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State '80 Lisle M. Buckingham, Western Reserve '17 Britt A. Buckley, Kansas '76 Wayne P. Buckmiller, Creighton '71 Benjamin C. Bugbee, Michigan '37 John C. Buist, Wisconsin '53 Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 Kerry H. Burg, Washington State '50 Thomas E. Burgess, Miami '61 Timothy M. Burke, Indiana '86 Robert R. Burridge, Missouri '46 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Wallace M. Cady, Middlebury '34 Brian C. Campbell, San Diego '74 Harland W. Cardwell, Wichita '28 Charles S. Carter, Tennessee '71 William L. Carter, Florida '71 Lucien Caruso, Jr., Northwestern '65 David R. Chamberlin, Wisconsin '69 David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 John B. Chandler, Bowdoin '37 Thomas W. Cheney, Nebraska '36 E. M. Christensen, Jr, Michigan State '57 Joseph W. Ciatti, Oregon '64 Brian G. Clark, Toronto '69 C. Greig Clark, Western Ontario '74 Addison B . Clifford, Jr., Washington '35 Raymond O. Clutter, DePauw '39 Clyde S. Coffel, Illinois '28 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie '79 Jan M. Collins, Kansas '61 Jerrold L. Colton, Purdue '46 T. H. Conklin, Miami '29 Frank M. Coon, Michigan State '61 Sheldon G. Cooper, California '26 In memory of Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington ' 17, given by Mrs. Marsh M. Corbitt

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Philip A. Corey, Ohio State '48 Lloyd W. Courter, Iowa '57 John W . Cowie, Bradley '74 James A. Cox, Jr., Texas '63 Douglas L. Cozart, Washington '87 Jeffrey S. A. Craig, Western Ontario '82 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Allyn J. Crofts, Jr., Purdue '47 Daniel J. Cummings, Kansas '79 Edward M. Currie, Iowa '47 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley '63 Allan C. Dams, Washington '61 Raymond S. Davis, Jr., Michigan '47 Julian L. Dawson, Jr., Oklahoma '35 Anthony P. DeJulius, Penn State '56 Richard L. Delano, Indiana '85 Joseph T. Derry, Pennsylvania '51 Clarke E. Dexter, Illinois '51 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY â&#x20AC;˘

Dallas L. D'hondt, Bradley '55 Raymond B. Dhue, Michigan State '68 H . Robert Diercks, Minnesota '35 William R. Dillon, Kansas '78 Philip W. Dinsmore, Arizona '65 Robert C. DiRenzo, Wisconsin '50 Bradley J. Dixon, Western Ontario '86 Ross Dobberteen, Michigan State '52 John W . Dodge, Marietta '43 F. Jules Druetzler, Marietta '63 Charles F. Dugan II, Miami '60 James H. DuMond, Jr., Pacific '66 David R. Eagleson, Miami '44 Barry F. Ebert, Wisconsin '63 James T. Edmondson, Cornell '49 Kenneth G. Edwards, Pennsylvania State '71 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri '67 John J. Enders, Jr., Washington State '39 James R. Erlandson, Bradley '69 Chester F. Fee, Kansas '47 Dennis A. Ferrazzano, Johns Hopkins '68 James W. Fields, San Jose '66 James R. Filip, Oklahoma State '63 .lames D. Fisher, Louisville '67 Daniel E. Fitzgerald, Purdue '49 Thomas J. Fletcher, Rutgers '75 Joseph E. Fluet, Jr., North Carolina '65 Howard W. Folsom, Wisconsin '30 Timothy E. Force, Creighton '78 C. Richard Ford, JL, Michigan '44 Richard M. Forester, Wisconsin '31 Robert H. Forney, Kansas '21 Edward L. Forstall, Lehigh '20 Robert G. Foy, Denison '50 Robert VV. France, Northwestern '35 William W. Franklin, California '37 Robert J. Fratangelo, Louisville '65 Charles H . Free, Purdue '31 C. Norman Frees, DePauw '36 P. Noel Freesh, Tennessee '70 .lames D. Freyer, Syracuse '61 Ross K. Fuller, San Jose '49 Mitchell R. Fulscher, Wisconsin '65 Daniel B. Funk, Purdue '61 James P. Fusscas, Colgate '63 Ronald Gabel, Purdue '52 Willard W . Garvey, Michigan '41 Joseph C. Gaspar, Tufts '86 Marvin L. Gear, Kansas '17 Elton George, Nebraska '25 Steven J. Gerber, Northern Illinois '68 John M. Gibson, Indiana '42 Joseph Gibson , Kent State '68 Robert D. Gillette, Miami '52 David P. Girvan, Western Ontario '66 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '27 Lynn E. Gleason, Iowa State '42 Richard F. Goebel, Lehigh '43 William N. Godfrey, Miami '58 Peter Gogolak, Cornell '64 Alan Goldberg, Rutgers '58 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 Robert J. Goodwin, Tennessee '72 William R. Gordon, Kansas State '60 Neale A. Gow, Colgate '46 John P. Grady, DePauw '38 Charles W. Grauel, Wichita '66 Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 Meryl B. Gray, Miami '32 Richard K. Greene, Rutgers '60 John O. Grettenberger, Michigan '59 G. Gary Gunn, Western Ontario '60 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78 Greyson M. Hajash, Alberta '47 Gerald A. Hale, Western Michigan '52 Erwin H. Hansen, Nebraska '30

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Thomas D. Hansen, Iowa State '79 Herbert P. Harkins, Lafayette '34 Cameron G. Harman, Jr., Ohio State '59 Steven M. Harms, Arlington '81 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana '54 H. Vincent Harsha, Iowa '42 Donald T. Hatch, Alberta '59 Earl B. Hathaway, Northwestern '27 Jay A. Hathaway, Kansas State '80 Raymond G. Haun, Syracuse '27 Gregory L. Haymon, Oklahoma '77 Donald R. Heacock, North Carolina '64 Melvin D. Heckt, Iowa '46 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue '49 Thomas H. Henkle, U .C.L.A. '50 Timothy R. Herbert, Iowa State '82 Jerrad J. Hertzler, Kansas '58 Charles C. Hinners, Wisconsin '69 Corwin H . Hinton, Illinois '29 William H . Hobbes, Jr., Purdue '49 Patrick S. Hobin, California '59 Richard M. Holland, Syracuse '83 John D. Holschuh, Sr., Miami '48 Troy E. Horine, Kansas State '80 R. Gregory Hougham, Illinois '72 W . Robert Howell, California '41 L. Stanley Hubbard, Missouri '55 Robert O. Huber, Pacific '64 Douglas P. Humes, Penn State '77 Ralph E. Hunt, Kansas '61 William S. Hunter, Toronto '56 Edward A. Hutchinson, Wichita '43 Charles A. Irvine, Iowa '49 Charles D. Jacobus, Wisconsin '50 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin '51 Irving D. Jakobson, Technology '21 Jamille G. Jamra, Northwestern '38 Edwin R . Jarmain, Toronto '30 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State '47 John S. Johnson, Tufts '61 Nils P. Johnson, Ohio State '43 O . Kepler Johnson, .II'., Kansas '52 Orville E. Johnson, Washington State '39 Mark S. Jones, Arlington '75 William G. Kagler, Syracuse '54 John M. Kalbfleisch, Oklahoma '52 Y. Kenrick Kalopsis, Western Ontaria '83 Lucien B . Karlovec, Miami '29 John S. Kaufman, Lehigh '46 John D. Kenlon, Bowling Green '54 Thomas A. Kershaw II, Swarthmore '60 John W. Kinkade, Colorado '68 Rodney P. Kirsch, North Dakota '78 Matthew A. Klein, Cornell '71 Paul A. Klinefelter, North Carolina State '80 Norman S. Knauss, Miami '53 Charles R. Knight, Western Ontario '55 James H. Knorr, Kansas '31 George A. Knutsen, Oregon State '31 Gene Koski, New York '43 Stephen G. Kouzomis, Illinois '68 Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana '55 James M. Kraebber, Northwestern '58 Ronald L. Krafka, Nebraska '58 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago '57 Jerome G. Kralis, Purdue '51 George W. Krichbaum, Jr., North Carolina '69 Norris F. Krueger, DePauw '40 Mark D . Kuchel, Iowa State '76 Edward L. Lach, Jr., North Carolina State '79 C. Bruce Laidlaw, Jr., Syracuse '55 George R. Lambert, Indiana '55 Robert L. Landers, Jr., Maryland '69

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William G. Landess, Kansas '53 John C. Landis, Purdue '35 Geoffrey C. Lands, Cornell '84 William F. Lee, Jr., Swarthmore '60 James V. Leininger, Ohio State & Marietta '43 Richard E. Lemmon, Wichita '62 Jeffrey M. Levine, Florida '85 Robert T. Lewis, Penn State '40 John D. Liberty II, Lehigh '81 Bruce T. Lindley, Toronto '35 Robert S. Lipton, Michigan '64 W. Harry Lister, Lehigh '26 Ronald J. Litra, Bowling Green '75 Robert D . Lloyd, San Jose '62 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska '54 Frank Loeschner, New York '26 Frank C. Long, Jr., Ohio State '32 H . Edgar Lore, Lehigh '35 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois '88 L. Alexander Lovett, Harvard '33 Vernon B. Lussky, Louisville '43 Ralph W. MacDonald, Western Ontario '68 Richard R. Mahoney, Houston '83 Michael H . Maresh, Houston '81 Joseph J. Marinelli, Florida '65 David O . Mason, Michigan '57 Ralph L. Mason, Iowa State '33 Raymond E. Mason, Jr. , Ohio State '41 Ronald L. May, Tufts '62 Robert P. McBain, Michigan State '64 William M. McCain, California '41 John J. McCarthy, Northwestern '49 Kenneth P. McCarthy, Cornell '78 J. W. McClellan, Miami '35 George W. McCush, Washington '23 H. Richard McFarland, Illinois '52 David E. McFarlane, Jr. , Syracuse '52 Terence L. McGlashan, Maryland '67 Donald C. McInnes, Manitoba '50 James L. McIntosh, Arlington '73 Thomas F. McKay, Washington '50 Dan M. McKirnan, Purdue '44 Jeff B. Meeker, Florida '65 Robert W. Meier, Washington '73 Nevin W. Meredith, Indiana '57 William L. Messick, Lafayette '68 Robert N. Michels, Purdue '44 Milford Milem, Jr., Syracuse '35 John P. Miller, Rutgers '60 Lowell D. Miller, Jr., Missouri '82 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas '65 Robert A. Monteith, Manitoba '30 William C. Moodie, Jr. , Lehigh '47 Charles F. Moore; Michigan '29 Robert A. Moore, Western Ontario '52 Alfred W. Morris, Jr., Arizona '60 Todd H. Mosher, San Jose '84 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue '47 Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville '82 Francis H . Murphy, Rutgers '60 Philip C. Musgrave, Colgate '34 Donald E. Myrick, North Carolina '65 Ross W. Nager, Texas '75 Adelbert G. Neese, Purdue '36 Edwin B. Nelson, California '47 W. Peterson Nelson, Texas '59 Robert W. Newell, DePauw '34 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 In memory of Horace Nichol, Carnegie '21, given by Charles F.Jennings, Marietta '33 George Nicolau, Michigan '48 Thomas F. Novotney, Washington State '74 Keith O. O'Bannon, Nebraska '50 William H. O'Byrne, Florida '72 Walter J. Okunski, Colgate '58

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Reginald B. Oliver, San Jose '61 Jeffrey L. Owens, Oklahoma '78 George Pagels, Jr. , Northwestern '34 Robert F. Palmer, Rutgers '40 H. Sylvester Partridge, Rochester '27 James U. Pattee, Michigan State '70 Sidney W. Patterson, Dartmouth and Oklahoma '42 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina '54 W. Allen Perry, Iowa State '27 Joe H. Petty, DePauw '36 Charles A. Phillips III, Clarkson '64 David C. Pite, Tufts '85 Robert L. Pohly, Colorado '70 O . Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40 William M. Poston, North Carolina '71 R. J. Provan, Alberta '71 John W. Puth, Lehigh '52 George F. Putnam, Washington '39 Aubrey Radcliffe, Michigan State '66

rrhe President's C{ub Bruce D. Raskin , Washington '86 Orville H . Read, Missouri '33 Richard M. Rettstadt, Florida '82 William R. Reusing, Virginia '62 James O. Rewey, Wisconsin '59 Robert H . Rice, Colgate '34 James G. Ridge, Sr., Bradley '50 Ren L. Ridolfi, Wisconsin '70 James S. Roberts, Florida '6'3 Richard W. Roberts , Western Ontario '55 Larry A. Robertson, Arlington '72 Kenneth E. Rodgers , Oregon State '32 M. Hugh Rogers , Jr. , UCLA '33 Howard W. Rosenberger, Indiana '22 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma '74 Donald M. Sampson, Oklahoma '34 Fulton W. Samson, Pennsylvania '21 Kenneth R. Samuelson, Jr. , North Carolina '80 Richard W. Sandham, San Jose '54 Robert F. Savio, Bradley '56 George P. Sawyer, Nebraska '35 A. Robert Sbarge, Chicago '56 Don E. Schlitt, Michigan State '64 Walter J. Schorno, San Jose '61 John O. Schram, Bradley '50 James H . Schreiber, Bowling Green '55 William M. Scott, Indiana '68 Donald E. Seghi, Br adley '51 James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 John L. Sherman, San Jose '66 Frederick W. Sherrin, Western Ontario '62 Jeffrey Siegel, Maryland '78 Thomas F. Seigel, Jr., Pennsylvania '57 William A. Sigman, Iowa State '50 John I. Simpson, Syracuse '40 Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '46 David R. Skiff, Clarkson '69 Charles.J. Slawson, Kansas '20 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '56 Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52 Kenneth B. Smith, Lehigh '65 Richard E. Smith, San Jose '64 Rodney R. Smith, Cornell '67 John M. Snead, Jr., Purdue '31

David R. Spencer, Nebraska '85 Richard T. Spencer III, Michigan '59 David E. Sponsler, Miami '58 Patrick Spooner, San Jose '55 John A. Sprouse, Oregon '30 Richard G. Spry, Syracuse '40 J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 David R. Stanton, Kansas '65 Martin Stapleton, Western Ontario '37 Todd W. Stark, Indiana '82 Roscoe B. Starek, Jr., Purdue '42 Barry S. Starkman, Lafayette '78 Charles J. Steed, Jr. , Bradley '50 William B. Stephenson, Jr., Oklahoma '54 Ezra F. Stevens, Technology '27 Ritchie L. Stevens, Brown '28 Rudolph F. Stigberg, New York '25 Charles H. Still, South Carolina '84 Paul M. Stowe, Wisconsin '28 Oswald C. Street IV, Syracuse '80 George S. Studle, Washington State '57 Robert S. Sundt, Swarthmore '50 Tony W. Sutton, Illinois '77 Calvin W. Tackett, Jr. , Arlington '82 Robert H. Tapp, Pennsylvania State '39 John N. Tennefoss, Washington '48 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa '57 J. Russ Thomas, Ohio State '47 Oscar L. Thomas, Ohio State '26 John T. Thompson, Michigan '39 Kimball S. Thompson, Nebraska '74 Walter A. Thurber, Union '33 William J. Tipoff, Toronto '86 .J. Edward Tippetts, Nebraska '67 Franklyn H. Tormoen, Minnesota '30 Gunard C. Travaglini, Lafayette '72 George Trilikis, Oklahoma '69 Raymond C. Tuthill, Jr. , Union '50 Robert L. T yburski, Colgate '74 Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose '59 L. Russell Ulrich, Washington '40 Harley J. Urbach, Nebraska '33 Carl W. Vail, Jr., Cornell '61 George T. VanWickle, Rutgers '47 Anthony Ventresca, Western Reserve '53 John H. Vinyard, Jr., Missouri '42 Clyde W. VonGrimmenstein, Purdue '49 Charles L. Wachs, Cornell '64 Jay E. Wagner, Ohio State '45 Ronald S. Walcisak, Wisconsin '74 William E. Walker, Ohio State '54 Edward E. Waller, Jr., Oklahoma '51 Derek O . Walter, Colorado State '85 Martin J. Warden, Western Ontario '50 Chester M. Warman, Indiana '39 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta '61 Mark A. Watson, Oregon '69 Keith W. Weigel, Iowa '78 J. Ralston Werum, Ohio State '42 Alan L. Weyhrich, Northwestern '58 James V. White, Michigan '50 William J. Whitmore, Ohio State '59 James A. Wiese, Iowa '58 Judson E. Wilhelm, Florida '68 John B. Williams, Oregon '45 Richard F. Williams, Louisville '67 James R. Wilson, Western Ontario '80 Bradley K. Wolf, Kansas State '80 Clyde E. Wolfe, Florida '75 Michael G. Wood, Cornell '64 Roger W. Wothe, Technology '58 Scot A. Yezek, Colorado '80 Erik B. Young, Maryland '75 Richard T. Young, Washington '33 Robert S. Youpa, Rutgers '55 James F. Zboyovsky, Pennsylvania State '51

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DUAnnual Alumni Honor Roll

Record year for DU giving This Alumni Honor Roll thanks almost 4,200 DU alumni who contributed to the annual Alumni Support Campaign for 1988-89. Gifts received between July 1, 1988, and June 30, 1989, are acknowledged below, at three levels of giving: President's Club $100 or more; Golden Delta, $50 or more, . and Silver Delta, $25 or more. Contributors of smaller amounts are also listed . In the Honor Roll, the parenthetical number after many men's names indicates the number of consecutive years of giving to DU's campaign. Only gifts to the general Fraternity's campaign, conducted by the DU Educational Foundation and the new DU Educational Foundation of Canada, are listed here. We are not able to count gifts to individual chapter solicitations. Delta Upsilon alumni set a number of records: most gifts, 4,173; largest amount contributed, $208,835; most President's Club members, 708; and ALBERTA (41) President's Club: A. Andrekson '47, C. Brooks '60 (2). K. Edwards '70, L. Gillette '54 (7), G. Hajash '47, D. Hatch '59 (14), E. King '42 (15), R. Provan '71 (8), A. Warrack '61 (15), F. Winspear '38 Golden Delta Club: L. Blackbourne '35 (6), D. Carlson '54 (8), G. Carter '66, H. Gain '44 (7), M. McArthur '60,J. Nicas '56, D. Stinson '53, W. Turnel' '57, T. Twack '53, E. VanDerLee '51 (12), L. Younger '44 Silver Delta Club: R. Bradley '66, R. Bullen '61, R. Calvert '72, A. Earner '48 (8), G. Graschuk '84 (3), K. Gray '81, L. Hatch '65 (8), M. Lee '72,1. Love '42 (14), Marko '58, l. McDonelr'72,]. Mcinnis 64, D. Ondrack '61 (4), W. Short '82 (6), M. Stanford '64 (15),]. Tuck '35, A. Yates '49 (3) Other: M. Badke '87,]. Hoy '88, D. Love '46 (18)

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AMHERST (9) Golden Delta Club: ]. Pearce '46 Silver Delta Club: P. Bassett '44 (2), G. Grow '44 (2), N. Lacey '39 (9), R. Patton '54 (8), P. Potter '32 (14), K. Virtue '65 (3) OTHER: S. Gower '36 (17), W . Thompson '37 (1 5) ARIZONA (8) President's Club: E. Albrecht '59 (11) , D. Chambers '60 (18), P. Dinsmore '65 (II), D. 10hn '62 (18), A. Morris '60 (9) Golden Delta Club: E. Johnson '62 (14) Silver Delta Club: T. Andrews '59 (6), W. Harlow '62 (3)

largest average gift, $50.04. On the chapter Top 20 list, we have a new leading chapter, after 13 years of more men from Purdue contributing than from any other chapter. Syracuse is the new leader with 123 gifts, with Purdue and Iowa State close on its heels. Seven chapters had more than 100 alumni donate. The chart below shows the Top 20 chapters, followed by last year's rank, number of givers and increase from last year's total per chapter. The tremendous increase in number of overall contributors shows in the final column, as every chapter on this list had more men give than the year before. Future issues will list the Top 20 by percentage of men who give, by alumni of inactive chapters, and by size of average gift. If you haven't given, use the coupon in the Alumni Honor Roll to show your support for DU educational programs today!

Golden Delta Club:]. Ashby '74 (13), R. Gray '76 (6), W. Greenhaw '75 (12), G. Gregory '77 (5), R. Ray '70 (8) Silver Delta Club: T. Donaldson '72 (2), P. Eichenberger '69 (6), G. Garrison '82 (7), P. Hegwer '82, R. Layman '83 (2), D. Rash '73, R. Sepanski '85 (2),]. Wallace '85 (3), W. Wilson '81 (3) Other: D. Bentz '76 (2), T. Selmon '86, A. Sodek '86 AUBURN (5) Golden Delta Club: N. Long '66 (3) Silver Delta Club: L. Arbizzani '68 (6), ]. Dixon '65 (4) Other: R. Canfield '62,]. Henderson '62 (15) BAYLOR (6) Silver Delta Club: R. Abel '87, W. Baker '80 (2), W. Bradley '79, N. Dawn '87, D. Groce 'S8, K. Hinze '85 BOWDOIN (5) President's Club:]. Chandler '37 (15) Silver Delta Club: E. Ames '33 (12) Other: S. Balsbaugh '54 (16), H. Farr '29 (14), H . Hendrickson '42 (8)

ARKANSAS (12) President's Club: T. Jacobs '77 (11) Golden Delta Club: S. }'aubel '80 (7), C. Ro~ers '79 (10) Sliver Delta Club: W. Allison '77 (4), D. Eddins '85, G. Heil '82 (3), R. Kolf'77 (11), Pickels '86(2), D. Russell '76(6), D. Tucker 77 (6) '8i>ther: G. Hamilton '77 (12),]. Magnini

BOWLING GREEN (30) President's Club: A. Jeveret '59 (9), J. Kenlon '54 (6), R. Litra '75 (13), G. Long '67 (3), J. Schreiber '55 (10) Golden Delta Club: R. Davis '52 (10), F. Gaines '55 (2), R. Schaper '70 (5), R. Smith '54 (4) Silver Delta Club: W. Bensie '70 (3). C. Clingman '69 (10), R. Hanrahan '56 (13), R. Hayek '69 (6),]. Klipfell '71 (3), D. Mielke '59 (3), P. Peters '63, K. Roy '61 (3), K. Rust '50 (II), E. Stephan '66 (18), D. Weiss '85 (2), D. Wiles '53 (3) Other: S. Bailey '78, A. Barone '69, B. Gethin '54 (6), C. Hill '55 (3), K. 1ennings '66 (4), T. Melton '69, S. Miller '08 (3), C. Mundi '52 (13), R. Parkins '71 (9)

ARLINGTON (23) President's Club: W. Bruck '72 (2), S. Harms '81 (6), M. Jones '75 (11), J McIntosh '73, L. Robertson '72, C. 1 ackett '82 (12)

BRADLEY (62) President's Club: W. Bittner '74 (6). M. Boylan '69 (19),1. Cowie '74 (6), D. D'hondt '55 (2), R. DahfSgaard '63 (14),]. Erlandson '69 (8), ]. Ridge '50, R. Savio '56 (7),

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DU's Top Twenty 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 10. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 19.

Syracuse (9) Purdue (1) Iowa State (2) Illinois (4) Miami (5) Wisconsin (3) Indiana (7) Michigan (7) Kansas (11) Missouri (12) Ohio State (16) Rutgers (5) Washington (15) Northwestern (9) Nebraska (16) Iowa (14) Cornell (23) Lehigh (13) Western Ontario (43) 20. Penn State (19)

1. Schram '50 (13), D. Seghi '51 (11), C. "Steed '50 (2) Golden Delta Club: 1. Bremer '66 (18), W. Busa '53 (11), K. Colian '87, M. Schardt '85, A. Schneider '83 (4), H. Taga '54 (13) , D. Valerio '76 (10) Silver Delta Club: C. Boland '53 (19), D. Corradino '84 (4), ]. Dado '86 (2), B. DeSl'linter '84 (3),]. Ervin '86, P. Galiena '65 (3), D. Hansen '83 (4), J. Henderson '82 (6), K. Henderson '86, K. Jensen '87, C. Lamoureux '59, ]. Leegran '50 (14),]. Leonard '76 (13), A. Mansfield '60 (4) , ]. Mars '84 (2), R. Massa '69 (3). R. McAndrews '87, B. Miller '79 (8), D. Morg;an '82 (3), E. Nelson '75 (13), R. Norkus 51 (4), R. Olson '57 (5), E. Paliatka '56 (18), R. Podgorski '87, D. Ruedlin '66 (10), M. Sadowski '76 (9) , G. Stonewall '68 (2), ]. Stucke I '55 (3), N. Susla '52 (13), W. Tekien '69 (2), T. Terry '61 路(7), D. Underwood '88, S. w 'z oner '50 (11) Other: . BelT '87 (2), S. Cash '87, R. Davison' 4 (2), Dynan '54 (4), C. Hull '88, E. Millner 62 (8). B. Olson '88, D. Olson '85 (2), P. Tate '80 (6), L. Tompkins '53 (3), R. Tringali '51 (3)

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BRITISH COLUMBIA (11) President's Club:]. Allan '47, H. Chapman '68 (9), C. Ferguson '62 (18), R. Gregor)' '69, G. Plant '50 Golden Delta Club: G. Blumenauer '45 (17) Silver Delta Club: W. Bentley '47, M. Tuck '42, C. Valentine '58 Other:]. Collum '49 (10), G. Strong '35 (9)

BROWN (25) President's Club: C. Ingalls '25 (15), R. McGovern '48 (17), R. Stevens '28 (4) Golden Delta Club: A. Gurney '39 (6), R. Hurlin '12, E.Johnson '24 (7) Silver Delta Club: D. Batty '38 (17), P. Bearce '29 (4), R. Chase, '34, A. Grashof '53 (8), W. Gummere '40, L. Hastings '39, H .Jones '47 (6), R.Judd '43 (15), C. Kiesel '36 (1 3), R. Norman '57 (14), V. Perkins '35 (14) Other: E. Bennett '22, R. Blake '39 (2), A. Carlson '34 (5), W. McKibben '49 (4), C. Roth '46 (12), R. Stern '88, F. Williams '32 (2), S. Wylie '57 (12)

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BUCKNELL (30) President's Club: L. Adams '64 (19) Golden Delta Club:]. Braniff '86 (2), T. Kaercher '57 (14) Silver Delta Club: R. Abbott '62, H. Bray '67 (4), R. Ca,路ter '56 (19), C. Glavin '85 (2), M. Goulding '52 (2), D. Gruen '72 (2), H. Hollar '52 (3), W. Humphries '88, L. Lawson '48 (2), L. Rost '67 (5),]. Steele '77 (5), R. Strouse '78 (7), M. Ward '85 (3),]. Watters '64 (14), F. Weckenman '77 (12) Other: J. Cardillo '82 (3), C. Coolidge '88,]. Eachus '60, D. Hopkins '42 (4), R. Minesinger '83 (3), 1. O'Connor '87, ]. Perlman '86 (2), G. Rooney '85, C. Scott '85 (2),]. Sprout '48 (17), R. Sprout' 49 (13), T. Wagner '87 CAL POLY (1) Other: L. Doble '68 (3) CALIFORNIA (61) President's Club: D. Armstrong '48 (10) , R. Bishop '68 (8), W. Boone '35 (7), H. Botsford '53 (18), S. Cooper '26 (3), W. Franklin '37 (13), P. Hobin '59 (8), W. Howell '41 (18), R. Kayser '46 (17), S. Kett '49 (11), W. McCain '41 (3), D. Moulin '53 (13), E. Nelson '47 (7), E. Stephens '44 (11) Golden Delta Club:]. Davidson '48 (9), G. Gibbons '57 (8),]. Giffen '62 (10), R. Greenwood '48 (9), P. Hickerson '37 (6), C. Kavanagh '64 (12), S. Martinelli 'f,2 (17). D. McLeod '52 (18),]. Parker '49 (8), D. Potter '36 (5), F. Rea '41 (4), R. Reese '51 (12) Silver Delta Club: D. Allen '37 (12), W. Boone '38 (3), C. Channing '58 (5), D. Channing '50 (2), L. Costa '62 (6), D. Crockett '66 (11), B. Elledge '74 (7), T . Elston '34 (3), L. Gardiner '35 (13), R. Hawkins '58, G. Herrero '42 (4), T. Johnson '53 (2), G. Kaveney '53, R. Kinkead '52, R. Merrick '54 (10), N. Murray '64 (18) , R. Myers '61, A. Oppenheimer '39 (2), W. Orchison '51 (2), S. Paine '62 (3), T. Pletcher '52 (3), L. Rea '54 (3), P. Spalding '59 (4),]. Taylor '69 (9) Other: G. Brooks '70 (6), T. Fleishman '46 (12),J. Fry '63 (12),]. Hopper '33 (2), D. 10hnson '63 (8), R. Laughlin '46 (8), C. Leffingwell '25 (12), R. Llepi '45 (5), L. Parker '45 (2), R. Pletcher 28 (8), C. Rea '81 (5)

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll All contributions welcome CARNEGIE (68) President's Club: H. Beers '35 (19), C. Cole '79 (8), D. Newman '54 (16), P. Resch '28 (12) Golden Delta Club: R. Cross '48 (17), w. Elliott '33 (13), ]. Ferrell '50 (4), M. Finestone '83 (2), C. Hall '54 (12), A. Icken '65 (9), P. Kennedy '23 (8), T. Markl '70 (12), M. Matuza '65 (7), J. McEwen '80 (4), W. Milliron '30 (13),]. Polles '67 (18), W. Poole '39 (9), F. Procz '50, J . Reid '81 (8), C. Seibel '41 (19), R. Seitz '33 (4), G. Smith '50 (9), H. Smith '44 (19), ]. Vassil '52 (19), H. Young '52 (13), R. Zimmerman '78 (8) Silver Delta Club: J Anderson '42 (3), W. Beilharz '43 (6), D. Bradley '62 (6), C. Buer~er '60 (8),J. Domash '76 (9), W. Dornaus 35 (11), R. Duffett '49 (8), E. Dusenbury '88, L. Gaechter '80 (8), E. Hamlin '39 (9), G. Heddaeus '20 (14), W. Hefferman '58 (2), D. Hurley '79 (8), R. Jones '59 (3), J. Judge 'S8, O. Kraft '35 (14), L. Madison '53 (7), S. McNaugher '32 (11), G. Middleton '86 (3), R. Owen '51 (4),]. Rutkowski '54 (5), C. Scheu '84 (2), A. Thornquist '29 (S), E. Trapp '34 (5), R. Young '53 (10) Other: G. Alan '82 (5), P. Blyler '32 (9), K.Bradley '51 (3), R. Brennan '54 (12),]. Cahill 'SO (2), H. Dietrich '26 (4), F. Fingles '29 (17),]. Kennedy '25 (5), W. McDonald '52 (19), E. McDonnell '88, H. Mielke '51 (19), W. Murdock 'S3 (5), G. Phillips '88, ]. Reed '25 (5),]. Scarlett '29 (4),]. Szoo '86, E. Wheeling '74 (12) CENTRAL MISSOURI (14) Golden Delta Club: T. Adams '71 (6), W. Gieselmann 'S4 (2), W. Letzig '71 (13) Silver Delta Club: C. Dudley '78 (5) , W. Finn '77 (3), M. Gerik '83 (4), M. Lo&an '87 (2), D. Watson '78 (5), M. Weaver 81 (4)

Other: ]. Duke '74 (3), M. Fenske '88, K. LeDoux '84 (2), M. LeDoux '83 (3), E. Miller '59 (3) CHICAGO (30) President's Club: P. Davis '35 (18), J. Fitzgerald '43 (14), E. Grage '27 (5), M. Krasnitz '57 (12), M. Mandel '55 (19), R. Purcell '31 (12), A. Sbarge '56 (4), A. Tenney '43 (12) Golden Delta Club: R. Bidwell '50 (18), D. Lowrie '32 (2),]. McClure '42 (19), ]. Mulcahy '50 (5), D. Randa '43 (4) Silver Delta Club: E. Bronson '55 (6), W. Crawford '33 (14), C. Dragstedt '43 (15), S. Evans '47 (18), C. Holtsberp: '34 (9), R. Hood '38 (16),]. Kavanaugh 52 (11), W. Keogh '34 (10), D. Mars '6E (3), M. Nanninga '47 (2), M. Noble '20 (18), E. Rhodes '76 (2), G. Rinder '41 (4), C. Taylor '33 (5) Other: W. Brunelle '30 (7), B. Heskett '22 (13), R. Joranson '40 (5) CLARKSON (28) President's Club: D. Nelson '69 (12), C. Phillips '64 (18), D. Skiff '69 (6) Golden Delta Club: E. Broadbent '72,J. Duryea '81 (4),]. Gallagher '71, R. Shrurlleff '66 (8) Silver Delta Club: G. Armstrong '61 (5), R. Bicknell '71 (3), R. Brai '84 (2), M. Broda '68 (4), C. Conole '31 (3), D. Deys '75, R. Diederich '64 (3), C.Joy '29 (17), M. Manlaro '83, D. Mazo '56 (6), F. McMahon '54 (6), R. Wawrzynek '85 (2) Other: D. Brady '70 (7), W. Grimmke '88, R. Hopkins '76 (10), D. Kieta '73 (9), R. Lewis '80,]. Marlinez '76 (3), R. Naylon '72 (13),J. Slelzl '79 (3), R. Wischhusen '76 (12) COLBY (9) Silver Delta Club: I. Makant '50 (4), O . Sanderson '63 (5), A. !irodin '64, R. Stirling '31 (3) Other:]. Applelon '49 (2), C. Cousin '48 (9), O. Emery '39 (5), D. Sargenl '39 (7), N. Tupper '30 (4) COLGATE (57) President's Club: D. Anderson '39 (13), ]. Donaldson '45 (7),]. Fusscas '63 (2) , N. Gow '46 (18), R. Lambrix '61 (6), W. Major '26 (6), P. Musgrave '34 (5), W. Okunski '58 (18), R. Rice '34 (17), W. Thayer '31 (7), R. Tyburski '74 (15) Golden Delta Club: H . Abrams '27 (14),

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W. Kranichfeld '44 (13), P. Schmid '61 (15), R. Smith '68 (12), R. Taylor '32 (9), W. Watchman '79 (2), R. Weldon '52 (11) Silver Delta Club: S. Croft '51 (9), H. Dobbins '51 (2), R. Duffield '37 (16), R. Goldberg '55, D. Helman '41 (19), F. Hoyle '52 (8), D. lahns '89, M. Kasprzak '65 (2), Krogh ':>8 (9), P. Masse '77, F. McCown 50 (14), E. McMahon '71 (13),]. Murphy '81 (2), T. Nast '37 (19), A. Persson '42 (6), B. Schwanda '37 (3),]. Shoemaker '66 (3), Squires '47 (8), L. Slark '25 (13), F. Tuma 46, D. Wade '50 (4), H. Walter '37 (3), E. Walton '34 (18), H. Wilkinson '34 (12), L. Williams '29 (10), R. Williams '55 (4) Other: S. Bletczinski '87, 1, Brewster '78 (5), R. Briggs '47 (3), H. Efmer '31 (2), J. Guter '32 (6), E. Hastey '72, C. Keyser'S I (II), W. Mawhinney '42 (16), B. Rosenbloom '76 (10), B. Seidler '68 (2) , R. Staurovsky '59 (14),]. Weiler '32 (4), ]. Wells '65 (3)

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COLORADO (29) President's Club:]. Kinkade '68 (7), I. Lombardi '61 (3), H. Nelson '59 (15), R. Pohly '70,]. Reese '85 (3), S. Yezek '80 (8) Golden Delta Club: L. Gaddis '63 (10), M. 'Vilson '59 Silver Delta Club: H. Blake '65, K. Clark '76 (4),]. Cohen '83 (3), W. Condon '77, Coogan '84, A. Fernandez '87, R. Gust 81 (5), R. Humphries '69 (10), S. Mahannah '61 (5), A. McMullen '86, I. McMullen '83 (2), R. Ruppe '67 (3), R. Schwahn '71 (2),]. VanEenenaam '79 (6) Other: C. Calon '85, D. Die! '79, D. Lund '59 (2), W. Oliver '62 (12), K. Pober '62 (16), G. Seller '75 (2), S. Wilson '72 (II)

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COLORADO STATE (7) President's Club: D. ''''alter '85 Silver Delta Club: K. Adam '84 (3), M. Bilello '84 (4), M. Syraeusa '81 (5) Other: K. Crosson '86, M. Rider '83 (2), J. Tarpley '85 COLUMBIA (7) Golden Delta Club: R. Montgomery '28 (8)

Silver Delta Club: C. Brieant '44 (10), G. Delatush '39 (7), w. Lauder '44 ( II),]. McCormack '39 (12) Other: R. Norlon '38 (5), R. Rosen '58

D U initiates and their families expect a good D U education Silver Delta Club: C. Alba '78 (2), S. Dedinsky '78, R. Haerr '72 (12),.1. Healey '85 (3), T. Moore '77 (5), J. Morrissey '85 Other: A. Dodson '86 DARTMOUTH (17) President's Club: V\T. Banks '45 (18), S. Pallerson '42 (16) Golden Delta Club: W. Cook '23 (10),

P. s11:!~cl~;:1~~ ~1~b~~~Yt~~n~t~\,~l~~J '35 (6), S. Ensin&er '27 (19), L. Fortuna '38 (6), A. Gillespie 44 (8), W. Jenkins '42 (2) Other: .J. Barker '46, R. Blanchard '30 (6), D. Campbell '36 (5), L. Carter '28 (8), C. Hoiles '32 (15), C. Huntington '50 (2), N. Swift '27 (16) DAVIS (1) Silver Delta Club: H . Boro '70 (3)

CORNELL (75) President's Club: C. Ambrose '48 (7), R. Beckwilh '57 (19),]. Edmondson '49 (10),

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McCarthy '78 (4), R. Safford '56 (8), N. Schaenen '50 (19), R. Smilh '97 (12), C. Vail '61 (4), C. Wachs '64, M. Wood '64 (18) Golden Delta Club: E. Carulhers '28 (18), M. Clemente '73 (13), J. Copland '59, D. Eckel '58 (2), G. Ervick ' 71 (7), T. Gardner '65 (2), W. Howe '42 (12), C. Larson '76 (5), W. Lathrop '61 (f5),]. O'Har&an '72 (6), W. Shepard '31 (14), R. Snyder 72, W. Tracy '45 (2), F. Troy '29 (8), H. Vawter '42 (19), A. Wallace '20 (18), W. Waters '54 (14), E. Weideman '67 (7), W. Wilson '67 (2)

Silver Delta Club: S. Adams '75 (6), F. Antil '55 , N. Bassett '81 (4), M. Cahill '84 (3), V. Cullen '31 , P. Daverio '60 (2), W. Dickharl '43 (6), W. Farrington '43 (11), M. Follmer '26 (5), S. Garrison '85 (3), R. Gilchrist '40 (18), S. Haldeman '24 (18), S. Hurwitz '82, R. Judd '56 (5), T . Keating '57 (14), D. Kennedy '50 (19), ]. King '87, ]. Maxwell '84 (4), R. McCurdy '78 (3), F. MUlh '21, D. Nye '57 (3), S. Rivchin '70 (3), R. Smilh '29 (10), R. Von Kleist '50 (5), G. West '39 (4),.R. Wheeler '39 (2), R. Wolfe '81 (3) Other: R. Ballew '88, H. Barllell '35 (11), K. Blanchard '87, R. Brennan '86, R. Cas· Lillo '82 (3), R. Dodge '40 (8), D. Frei '61, D. Hamman '66 (5), F. Hibbard '38 (4), R. Hiller '55 (9), T. Marlin '61 (3), T. Meachem '35 (7), T. Pallies '82 (3), A. Scalzo '71 (10), ]. Tlml '75 (3) CREIGHTON (12) President's Club: W. Buckmillcr '71 (11), T. Force '78 Golden Delta Club: P. Arneson '82 (2), H. McGurk '86, G. McNary '75 (13)

DAYTON (I) Golden Delta Club: W. Maselko '81 (6)

'58 (10), D. Parkin '16 (9), I. Shake '40 (19), N. Smith '52 (3), R. Thode '80 Silver Delta Club: A. Alexandrou '85 (3), S. Bethke '83 (3), E. Boldrey '63 (5), D. Case!ey '33 (5), R. Currenl '28 (7), ]. Davidson '63 (9), K. Girgis '88, B. Grabow '85 (2), P. Groebe '62 (5) , E. Gurney '52 (4), W. Herlel '53 (3), C. Hintz '32 (8),]. Koch '53 (6), W. Kyhos '66 (3), E. Lascher '51 (10), N. Linardos '.86, R. Mann '74 (9), R. Moffett '32 (10), ]. Parks '63 (3), W. Reagan '46 (12),]. Vanderkolk '86, B. Wis e '36 (13) Other: G. Brown '64 (2), P. Brown '45 (4), T. Bundy '32 (4), P. Coons '39 (7), K. Davis '84 (3), S. Dobbs '88, B. Ehrman '85 (2), H. F~ord '47 (4),]. Heerens '84 (2), M. Herrell 60 (10), M. Hook '88, R. Jacobs '87, R. Paladino '71 (2), P. Peck '48 (3), R. Post '47 (II), D. Sass '55 (2), A. Stewart '32 (15), A. Voorhis '30 (9) EASTERN KENTUCKY (3) Golden Delta Club: R. Collins '74 (10) Other: B. Hrubala '73 (II), S. Kirk '73 (2)

DELAWARE (4) Silver Delta Club: E. Anzalone '72 (12), ]. Carey '70 (13), W. Hallam '80 (8) Other: D. Muth '81 (5)

DU Alumni Gift Levels

President's Club $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up Silver Delta $25 and up Other Donors Under $25 DENISON (13) President's Club: B. Bailey '58 (17), H. Boswau '55 (19), R. Foy '50 (10) Golden Delta Club: P. Clark '75, D. Kuhlman '61 (18), G. Maghic1se '58 (5), W. Meyers '82 Silver Delta Club: L. Hamilton '57, R. Kleven '61 (4), R. Sarvis '72 (7) Other: D. Brainard '62 (17), E. McNew '54 (6), G. Schiano '86

FLORIDA (46) President's Club: W. Carler '71 (15),]. Delaney '77 (II) , I. Levine '85 (4),]. Marinelli '65 (19), J. Meeker '65 (12), W. 0'Byrne '72 (8), R. Rettstadt '82 (5),]. Roberts '63 (18), P. Rosenthal '73 (13), M. Taylor '82 (6),]. Wilhelm '68 (2), C. Wolfe '75 (5) Golden Delta Club: G. Backenstoss '65 (7), P. Baumgardner '62 (II), S. Bayman '68 (13), M. Boyd '83 (6), F. Clark '74 (2), I. Dowling '70 (7), E.Johnson '65 (11), R. ·Moore '78 (6),J. Newton '83 (4), M. Toolan '68 (2) Silver Delta Club: ]. Alsobrook '80 (2), Amos '87 (2), I· Bar.man '72 (5),]. Boyd 81 (2), M. Canfield 88, H. Cates '87, G. Collins '88, A. Durrell '65 (5), P. Forrest '58 (19),]. Mayeaux '80 (3), C. Meyer '70 (6), D. Salfi '61 (9),]. Schulte '85 (2), D. Sexton '70 (3), J Sicard '83 (3), W. Smith '78 (4), ]. Talkmglon '81 (5), J. Valk '59 (4), H. Van lure '74 (3), R. Wade '61 (6), R. Wilcox '68 (7) Other: D. Knapp '87, R. Savage '87 , S. Walters '87

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~1!~~nD~I~~tcf;b~SDC~~~,~~ei7~8~3~~k. DEPAUW (61) President's Club: ]. Barth '21 (2), R. Cluller '39 (18), I. Foreman '33 (3), C. Frees '36 (14), I. Grady '38 (3),.J. Hammond '50 (9), N. Krueger '40 (8),]. McConnell '66 (6), R. Newell '34 (17),]. Petty '36 (15), J. Wolf '39 (6) Golden Delta Club: W. Barrett '61 (10), D. DeNunzio '74 (3), R. Grossman '50 (5), ]. Hilborn '51, K. Lee '47 (5), A. McConnell

Machado '69 (2), K. Nofield '88, K. Schmidl '72 (5) Other: R. Hurado '77 (3) GEORGIA TECH (23) Golden Delta Club: C. Cedcil '64 (18), M. Doyle '71 (3), S. Flax '78 (II), M. Haney '79 (9), C. Lawson '64 (18), R. Moser '84 (2), M. Mumper '62 (16)

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

October, 1989


DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll You can pledge $100 or more and pay over four months Silver Delta Club: R. Davis '83 (3), ,. Dilg '87 (2), D. Dixon '83 (4), P. Euhanb '71 (II), G. Harris '82 (3), D. Henderson '69, D. Jones '64 (6), R. McKeeman '77 (9), C. Monfort '68 (19), E. Schepps '81 (6), A. Walters '63 (8), R. Whidby '77 (2), H. Whitehead '68 Other: C. Breznik '85 , M. Mueller '88, P. Postma '86

HAMILTON (27) President's Club: ,. Bacot '55 (2), D. Bradley '28 (8) . Golden Delta Club: P. Crumrine '71 (5), S. N)'e '52 (13), D. Wefer '54 (17) Silver Delta Club: K. Barsby '43 (7), M. Bloom '70, A. Dickerman '36, P. Haeffner '88, F. Houtenbrink '56 (9), J. Kiffel '84 (3), M. Lentini '85 (2), M. Lombardi '85 (3), K. McGovern '85 (3), J. Panara '86, F. Romano '49 (3), M. Treadway '38 (5), J. Underwood '41 (5), G. Weeden '39 (7) Other: D. Doyle '39 (16), B. George '86, D. Hamilton '24 (5), M. Hurle), '88, T. Krna '85, J. Pitarresi '70 (6), T. Thompson '73, G. Walker '87

HARVARD (12) President's Club: L. Lovett '33 (13) Golden Delta Club: R. Brainard '39, L. Hanchett '29 (9) Silver Delta Club: A. Brunelli '38, R. Kersten '28 (2), W. Spang '38 (12) Other: A. Adams '32 (16), E. Ballard '27 (8), R. Craig '42 (5), G. Dorman '25 (9), E. Holder '31 (15), W. Rockwell '35 HOUSTON (13) President's Club: J. Bobo '77 (6) , R. Mahoney '83 (6), M. Maresh '81 Golden Delta Club: W. Carr '76 (6), H. Picard '83 (5), V. Roznovsky '75 (10) Silver Delta Club: J. Brokaw '87, F. Cano '86, D. Dutcher '73 (14), R. Haws '85, J. Jalufka '83, T.Johnson '87, N. Mertens '73 (10)

ILLINOIS (HI) President's Club: A. Altorfer '43 (9), A. Beckman '22 (14), F. Beinhauer '28 (4), C. Coffel '28 (19), C. Dexter '51 (4), C. Hinton '29 (II), R. Hougham '72 (9), H. Huntoon '72 (14), W. Iullan '29 (19), S. Kouzomis '68 (12), H . McFarland '52 (3), L. McKinley '40 (8), E. Parsons '27 (19), B. Procter '44 (7), A. Rice '36 (15), T. Sutton '77 (4), J. Walker '67, C. Witschy '74 (6) Golden Delta Club: H. Bailie '48 (8), M. Blankenship '55 (13), A. Chapman '69 (7), C. D'Hondt '88, D. Dees '55 ( II), F. Dunham '41 (8), C. Erickson '43 (4), M. Finney '53 (14), R. Garretson"39 (5), R. Gerometta '44 (13), R. Gunthner '71 (3), K. Hanson '72, A. Jones '33 (9), S. Katsinas '78 (II), P. KOOlstra '58 (9), B. Ladd '57 (II), G. Matic '75 (7), M. Pizzuto '81 (8), J. Plewa '78 (7), G. Ross '37 (2), C. Sari as '63 (2), D. Shaw '51 (14), R. Sloan '71 (3), R. Stauder '46 (7) Silver Delta Club: G. Auble '59 (2), J. Bergstrom '55 (3), R. Brunson '58 (12), R. Buchanan '55 (IO),J. Buist '78 (7), F. Burtzos '77 (12), H . Chapman '37 (6), R. Chirpe '61, M. Clark '69, B. Cooper '80 (4),J. Falotico 'S5, R. Fenstermaker '55 (4), C. Gimre '29 ( (7), C. Goding '56 (4), E. Grandone '70 (8), W. Groebe '70 (9), K. Hamm '85 (2), E. Hardesty '46 (5), T. Hoo~heem '75 (2), R. Hopkins '71, P. Houser 75 (6), R. Keck '85, R. Kiefus '63 (9), D. Kinney '65 (5), M. Konen '78 (2), J. Leemon '51 (3), T. Lindsey '74 (5), R. Magnussen '60 (II), P. Marzek '81 (3),J. McGrail '87, C. Milkint '83 (2), A. Miller '66 (5), C. Morris '75 (6), J. O'Donnell '82 (3), W. Ottoson '60 (7), S. Pollitt '65 (8), R. Potter '53 (4), J. Ritt '52 (7), G. Roll '85, G. Rugel '78 (8), R. Scaife '36 (8), C. Schultz '67 (10), ,. Sheehan '33 (8), R. Smith '50 (6), I. Snyder '44 (6), M. Stapf '85 (4), N. SUddeth '88, S. Trotter '58 (15), W. Waggoner '36 (18), G. Wentzell '35 (8), G. Wilson '53 (3) Other:J. Cook '71 (3), H . Fogler '61 (4), G. Frankeberger '88, D. Gibbs '85, R. Hall '74 (13), R. Harris '55 (13), S. Hines '80 (6), B. Jolley '30 (3), A. Kurkulis '88, T. Kurland '80 (7), B. McCarthy '85, G. Mead '57 (II), H. Rudiger '31 (6), T. Shepard '73 (6), E. Stu nard '55 (5) , D. Wear '80 (4), S. Williams '71 (10), K. Winiecki '88

INDIANA (104) President's Club: C. Anderson '27 (13), R. Baumgartner '53, T . Burke '86, R. Dclana '85 (4), J. Gibson '42 (6), A. Graf '51 (12), R. Grossi '85 (2), W. Hall '44 (17), B.

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G. Lambert '55 (4), N. Meredith '57, R. Peyton '69 (9), H. Rosenberger '22 (18), W. Scott '68 (4), H. Smith '5 2 (15), T. Stark '82 (3), R. Stephens '61 (12), C. Warman '39, J. Wells '66 (15) Golden Delta Club: S. Blakley '65 (8), R. Brunt '30 (8),1. Carson '36 (2), G. Causey '46 (4), R. Currier '64 (12), D. Farquharson '40 (12), P. Gutman '52 (II), G. Hudson '51 (3), P. Kluempers '84 (2), P. Komorowski '88, L. McConnell '80 (3), W. Miller '59 (5), R. 路 Pretat '77 (9), M. Robb '26 (17), B. SerVaas '41 (12), A. Songer '67 (5), J. Warner '19 (9), R. Yen erich '65 (2), J. Yoder '35 (3) Silver Delta Club: G. Abbott '80 (6), D. Allard '70 (15), W. Bear '52 (6), J. Beauchamp '84 (3), T. Bell '78 (7), R. Black '68 (7), M. Blanco '84 (3), P. Borgmeier '69 (9), T. Bowers '64 (6),J. Campbell '37 (16), I. Cartwright '54 (9), G. Chase '39 (6), S. Church '86, D. Cochran '50 (4), H. Cormican '40 (9), G. Elsen '75 (7), D. Endwright '56 (18), 1. Escott '41 (14), R. Finke '57 (4), R. Fishburn '67 (6), M. Flory '44 (4), D. Ford '65 (2), T. Hintz '83 (3), R. lanes '54 (2), R. Jones '55 (4), J. Lambert 87 (2), M. Lancioni '88, R. Larko '81 (7), P. Lawrence '84 (5), L. Levine '85, ]. Martindale '36 (6), G. Marvel '84 (3), M. Melli nger '61 (5), D . Miller '65 (3),J. Miller '39 (8), J. Miller '60 (2), L. Miller '74 (2), M. Miller '42 (3), L. Moss '49 (14),J. Pangburn '85 (4), P. Peak '55 (19), J. Quatroche '88, K. Rayls '86 (2), D. Shafer '37 (4), R. Smith '69 (3), W. Stewart '38 (4), G. Stubbs '34 (6), R. Thompson '74 (9), P. Thurin '84, K. Wingham 66 (II) Other: C. Bell '54 (II), C. Bottorff '88, J. Brix '86, J. Clark '87, J. Clemente '83 (2), T. Cook '48 (2), E. Druckamiller '26 (3), B. Grano '88,J. Hexamer '86,J. Landis '77 (3), D. Miller '58 (2), D. Yenerich '82 (3), M. Young '68 (2)

IOWA (76) President's Club: F. Adams '59 (2), D. Anderson '48 (10), P. Birkestrand '73 (3), L. Courter '57 (12), E. Currie '47 (7), M. Falb '69 (12), H. Harsha '42 (18), H. Hawkinson '35 (19), M. Heckt '46 (3), C. Irvine '40, C. Obermann '26 (18), M. Thielen '57 (6), K. Weigel '78 (II), J. Wiese '58 (18) Golden Delta Club: M. Bardill '34 (7), P. Dikeman '31 (12), J. Fletcher '35 (19), R. Foster '77 (7), I. Lundy '36 (16), D. Marston '63 (6), G. Meester '66 (9), K. Miller '67 (9), R. O'Conner '47 (17), L. Pr)'bil '62 (5),J. Rodgers '65 (3), A. Sunderbruch '67 (8), S. West '68 (2), B. Wilson '83 (5) Silver Delta Club: F. Ackerson '44 (13), Adams '53 (4), D. Benda '62 (4), D. Boxle 55 (4), E. Browning '37 (12), J. Burg-e 61 (15), L. Case '70 (7), W. Cass '56 (6), H. Childs '33 (19), K. Collins '70 (2), S. Crone '78 (2), J. Daine '5 1 (9), J. Goudy '49 (2), R. Herman '39, D. Hinson '57 (6), A. Hoyt '88, A. Kesman '77 (10), D. Kloewer '58 (7), D. Leonard '39 (4), H. Littig- '65 (10), J. McCarragher '68 (11), C. McMillen '80 (6), A. Pepmueller '43 (2), T. Perkins '80 (2), K. Reeds '53 (2), W. Rubin '68 (14), D. Rusk '76 (II), W. Sanford '36 (2), D. Smalley '68 (8), N. Sodemann '62 (7), M. Stark '43 (5), I. Steele '63 (l2),J. Viskocil '75 (7), W. Volkmer '53 (11), J. Wenman '76 (5), D. Wynja '67 (6) Other: R. Ablard '56 (4), W. Bein '37 (2), C. Benson '41 (15), R. Davis '57 (2), L. Han '54 (3), K. Herbster '34 (6), F. Huebsch '52 (5), M. Hynes '67 (18), R. Lal'ham '39 (II), J. Rathert '54 (5), C. Schm,dt '33 (3) , P. Wills '30 (5)

R. Curtis '82 (3), W, Grant '27 (8), H. Heitzman '41, S. Herzog '64, S. Hudson '84 (4), J Jeffries '78 (4), J. Kerber '69 (2), Kemgan '37, D. Larew '63 (14), Lein 62 (6), P. Mayer '49 (2), M. Nickey 65 (5), I. Parker '30 (12), L. Pearson '64 (12), T. Peters '57 (15), R. Renk '80 (8), ,. Robinson '57, S. Roeder '68 (7), J. Rosenberg '85, M. Sandstrom '30 (2),J. Soos '58 (5), G. Walker '44 (12), P. Winchell '74 (4) Silver Delta Club: C. Anderson '33, M. Benda '77, S. Blaue '75 (5), H. Brandt '47 (4), R. Bridger 'S4, D. Buck '66 (4), W. Carlson '42 (7), C. Chappell '31 (8), D. Collins '78, G. Cook '30 (4), M. Cromer '85, P. Dahlen '48 (2), C. Danielson '47 (2), D. Davidchik '62, W. Donahey '32 (18), D. Drake '62 (4), L. Dreeszen '61, W. Duda '48 (4), R. Dunteman '87, R. Farr '61 (13), R. Fleck '49 (13), C. Fort '78, C. Gruenig '59 (17), T. Haebich '38 (4), K. Hamman '72 (6), R. Holland '80, W. Holsinger '57 (6), K. Houseman '82 (2), K. Jeffnes '81 (7), R. Jensen '62 (3), D. Kampfe '68 (5), L. Kempers '75 (5), D. Kirkpatrick '71 (6), P. Leonard '57 (3), G. Long '66 (2), R. Long '50 (5), I. Lovell '50 (16), R. Mang-as '84 (4), J. ~(anin '45 (2), R. Marvin '43 (5), J. Mertz '80 (2), S. Micek '82 (3), A. Mores '80 (7), R. Neil '30 (18), G. O'Brien '79 (4), P. O'Malle)' '85 (3), W. Parks '73, S. Pearson '86 (3), P. Radloff '70 (3), C. Rausch '67 (5), K. Roeschke '82 (3), D. Rogers '53 (8), J. Si,'ois '63 (2), D. Spong '81 (5), N . Stout '83, G. Sullivan '80 (9), P. Thornwall '62, F. Vavra '68, D. Von Kerens '82 (2), D. Wandlin '87, P. Welch '59 (8), R. William;~; i~~) 9), C. Wogens '24 .(6), W. Wood

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DU Alumni Gift Levels

President's Club $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up Silver Delta $25 and up Other Donors Under $25 JOHNS HOPKINS (37) President's Club: H. Bigley '64 (10), D. Ferrazzano '68 (II), C. Minh '49 (17), W. Smith '54 (6) Golden Delta Club: M. Blaylock '68 (7), R. Cann '65 (4), J. Henderson '52 (3), L. Martin '60 (2), F. Ward '56 (2), J. Yeager '43 (10)

Silver Delta Club: L. Biemiller '55 (11), C. Brownley '30,J. Casciano '71, B. C0r.eland '63, J. Finston '77 (3), C. Geigle 35 (9), D. Hanson '50 (6), K. Kelly '44 (4), L. Kent '52 (6), O. Kerstetter '38 (7), R. Lord '54 (16), C. Myers '52 (9), W. Restrepo '75, T. Reutter '61 (12), C. Sera '80, C. Summers '50, G. Whitlock '57 Other: J. Beeler '39 (3), I. Bonder '76 (7), G. Doenges '67 , D. Edel '46 (12), V. Frankwich '52 (7), R. Kelly '29 (5), E. Schultz '48 (16), V. Wang '88, R. Ward '40 (10), T. Yannuzzi '88 KANSAS (92) President's Club: W. Adams '57 (6), F. Baird '58 (12), D. Ballou '75 (14), A. Baum '81 (6), B. Buckley '76 (3), J. Collins '61 (3) , D. Cummings '79 (10), W. Dillon '78 (7), C. Fee '47 (14), R. Forney '21 (17), M. Gear'17 (18), L. Gregory '75 (14),J. Hertzler '58 (7) , J. Hig-don '47 (10), R. Hunt '61 (4), O.Johnson '52 (11), H. Klemp '26 (14)., I. Knorr '31 (19), W. Landess '53 (9), J. "lvleyer '50 (8), C. Saricks '70 (12), C. Slawson '20 (17), D. Slawson '56 (19), I . St. Clair '58 (18), D. Stanton '65 (6), S. Wilson '48 (9)

Golden Delta Club: R. Arnold '27 (8), R. Beeler '76 (2), K. Berkley '61 (19), A. Butler '31 (15), W. Chester '23 (6), W . Cramer '33 (17), M. Ci'owther '59 (14), D. Davis '33, J. Esau '78 (6), T. Fiske '55 (10), A. Galloway '34 (4),.L. Gamble '64 (3), L. Gaston '78 (9), J. Hagstrom '32 (5), M. Hod~es '80 (2), J. Hysom '57 (18), W. Hysom 62 (7), R. Morrison '70 (6), M. Pmeger '64 (2), T . Rinehart '57 (2), P. Stork '65 (5), M. Thomas '62 (10), M. Zuercher '78 (5) Silver Delta Club: J. Biggs '70 (5), B. Biles '66 (10), D. Bostwick '65 (6), D. Buechel '45 (II), P. Cartmell '35 (6), J. Comstock '48 (2), J. Cram '71 (13), D. Dansdill '80, S. Davies '73 (10), J. Deckert '62 (10), S. DeVore '35 (9), R. Enoch '71 (2), R. Goodrum '87, f. Greer '58 (4), A. Grohne '41, M. Grove '42 (13), R. Haitbrink '63 (7), R. Horn '62 (5), J. Irwin '49 (18), C. Jackson '38 (3), J. Knupp '65 (4), W. Koester '41 (2), M. Light '49 (16), P. Little '59 (3), .) . Long '70 (5), H. Miller '37 (2), L. Miller 59 (4), W. Moeckel '36 (3), R. Mrers '68 (3),J. Neighbor '65 (6), W. Reeder 47 (11), J. Rockhill '51 (10), S. Silver '85 (3), N. Voth '81, I. Waddell '57 (12), W. Wandling '58 (6), S. Wells '75 (9), R. Williams '40 (13) . Other: B. Griffin '85, C. Hinshaw '54 (I6),j. Li~ht '51 (2), H. McKeever '22 (3), J. Parker 31 (5) KANSAS STATE (52) President's Club: T. Bullock '61 (6), P. Edgerley '78 (9), W. Gordon '60 (12), J. Hathaway '80 (7), T. Horine '80 (9), B. Wolf '80 (10)

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll Alumni contributions are now tax deductible in both Canada and U.S. Golden Delta Club: K. Bolel~ack '80 (3), D. Chew '81 (6), R. Greene 58 (19), I. Grinstead '73 (3), D. Hawkins '81 (4), D. Law '80 (9), S. Marzullo '85 (4), J. Miesse '72 (9), G. Mulch '79 (3), G. Ricken '81 (8), N. Steffey '57 (6), R. Svaty '64 (II), S. Voth '73 (5) Silver Delta Club: M. Berkley '63 (3), L. Butel '87 (2), H. Ebright '74 (11), G. Grosdidier '83 (4), S. Hartter '87, D. Huffman '68 (13), D.Johnson '75 (12), T.Jordan '84 (4), NI. Kruse '85 (3), P. Oberle '83 (3), 1. Oppy '64 (6), M. Pottorff '87, M. Ruff '04 (6), M. Stearns '66 (6),]. Swenson '77 (7), D. Tillberg '87, K. Tucker '76 (13),]. WarneI' '80 (8), K. Williams '88 Other: P. Ash '68 (4), J. Breeden '83 (3), B. Burnett '79 (4), G. Denk '69 (2), B. Hallman '81 (6), B. Jubelt '68 (18), J. Kappler '82 (4), S. Lawrence '87,]. McGill '88, 1. Michel '86, E. Musil '71 (17), S. Sahel' '19 (6),]. Stanley '88, T. Stanley '85

KENT STATE (41) President's Club: ]. Gibson '68 (4), N. Giorgianni '56 (12) Golden Delta Club: D. Cassens '68, R. Downing '54, K. Kalish '59 (5), F. Lopane '59, P. Shriver '50 (12), H. Thomas '59 Silver Delta Club: T. AUancic '68 (7), D. Baldwin '60 (6), K. Cardlllal '51 (II), R. Cellone '67 (8), R. Champion '54 (3), G. Christner '56 (2), A. Dalcher '57 (15), A. Farinacci '65 (18), T. Fiedler '50, G. Gilbert '49, J. Gleeson '67, V. Gooch '53, D. Haddad '57 ( 8), P. Hall '49 (19), N. Helman '54, K. Lavergne '62, T. Litwiler '56 (10), W. Lloyd '64, C. Miller '55, W. Miller '65 (6), R. Mooney '55,1. Nowakowski '54, D. Patridge '57, L. Rotl, '47 (6), J. Selvia '63 (2), P. Shriver '49, I. Simpson '36 (2), A. Thomas '65 (2), I. V'itangeli '60 . Other: O. Richey '53 (2), R. Stevenson '47 (7), F. Tolloti '57 (3), E. Urschler '59 (12)

LAFAYETTE (25) President's Club: H. Harkins '34 (17), W. Messick '68 (10), R. NOI'eika '67 (13), B. Starkman '78 (4), G. Travaglini '72 (II Golden Delta Club: ]. Brown '64, G. Buckwalter '39, K. Franzinger '36 (12), P. Monsees '78 (2), H. Sinn '43 (2) Silver Delta Club: D. Alabaster '80, R. Ernst '48 (2), L. Gerard '34 (12), H. Harkins '64, R. Halard '80 (4),]. Hensler '41 (6), E. Humma '29 (12), R. Messey '79 (5), G. Oleson '70 (3), T. Reed '47 (2), H. Smith '51 (12),J. Zembron '74 (9) Other: C. Chesebro ugh '87, J. DeRoy tel' '73 (8), C. Townsend '34 (19)

LEHIGH (75) President's Club: ]. Alcaro '74 (9), R. Allan '68 (8), C. Allen '25 (15), L. Brennesholtl '32 (7), E. Forstall'20 (19), R. Goebel '43 (6), 1. Kaufman '46 (6), J. Liberty '81 (3), W. (ister '26 (17), H. Lore '35 (3), W. Moodie '47 (12),l Puth '52 (l6),j. Reid '56 (9), C. Roberts 27 (II), K. SmIth '65

LONG BEACH (2) Silver Delta Club: C. Martucci '87 Other: G. Tsuruta '87

Other: I. Girolami '75 (3), C. Hannigan '85 (2), vI. Kalin '87, M. Osmeyer '77 (G), J. Watson 'G8 (4)

LOUISIANA STATE (I) Silver Delta Club: J. Overton '82

MASSACHUSETTS (2) Silver Delta Club: ]. Hoggard '71 (7), M. Weinstein '87

LOUISVILLE (38) President's Club: H. Federa '37 (19), I. Fishel' '67, R. Fratangelo '65, V. Lussky '4'3 (10), B. Mudrick '82 (8), R. Williams '67 (13) Golden Delta Club: S. Click '50 (14), T. Gillespie '53 (13), F. Howe '64 (19), M. Yarmuth '64 (2) Silver Delta Club: C. Allen '82, V. Bhagat '87, F. Brown '50 (2),]. Brown '45 (4), T. Burchell '87 (2), B. Dahlem '51 (2), H. Detroy '65 (5), R. Dinsmore '66 (6), R. Gaeta '69, T. Hinton '60 (5), J. Huber '77, A. Pierce '68 (2), C. Robinette '84 (3), T. Skillman '84, W. Thompson '57,]. Wilson '53, T. Woodson '81 (3) Other: R. Adams '49 (2), L. Alt'62 (18), H. Bomar '49 (13), J. Burton '56, R. Canada '84 (2), W. Crume '65 (14), B. Dixon '85, 1. Griffiths '69 (2), M. Hall '62 (8), J. Hoffman '49 (2),]. Keyer '70

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MICHIGAN (93) President's Club: E. Allmendinger '44 (2), B. Bugbee '37 (10), C. Clark '39 (12), R. Davis '47 (14), R. De Gange 'G7 (2), C. Ford '44 (7), W. Garvey '41 (II),]. Grettenber&er '59 (4), j. Houston '30 (2), R. Lipton 64 (G), D. Mason '57 (5), E. McCobb '23 (17), R. Meyer '61 (15), C. Moore '29 (16), G. Nicolau '48 (10), R. Sr.encer '59 M. Easton '73 (9), M. Ericksen 77 (5), W. (18), J. Thompson '39 (3), R. Wardle '52

MAINE (10) Silver Delta Club: M. Bunker '85, S. Clark '85, D. Gagno!) '88, H. Hinrichsen '7G (3), C. Hoak '76 (4), ~. Spear '83 (5), S. Stain '80 (3),]. Swett '79 Other: S. Seel~y '87, P. Stone '81 (5) MANITOBA (15) President's Club: I. Brass '73 (13), D. Mcinnes '50 (14), R. Monteith '30 (3) Golden Delta Club: R. Jones '67, R. Taunton '70 (4) Silver Delta Club: F. Brown '73, T. Kumka '87, D. Loader '76, F. MacKay 'G7, W. Medland '38, A. Pollard '49 ' Other: B. Baker '40 (3), T. May '88, R. Milani '82 (2), T. Skowron '87 MARIETTA (39) President's Club: K. Brennen '64 (5), J. Dodge '43 (3), F. Druetzler '63 (10), R. GiI' Iespie '72 (10), C.Jennings '31 (17),J. Leininger '48 (7) Golden Delta Club: ]. GilaI' '72 (3), R. Graham '75, L. Hanson '62 (7), H. Hau!!:l" '51 (5),1. McCoy '35 (2), D. Strickland G6 (6), G. Suder '44 (14) Silver Delta Club: F. Amrine '40 (13), R. Backus '33 (3), A. Bergbauer '86, G. Burns '6G, J. Dake '44 (11), C. Dawes '22 (9), C. Ebinger '51 (2), W. Fenton '44 (7), T. Forbes '64 (12), E. Hartnett '53 (2), W. Mildren '35 (7), W. Rollins '27 (10), C. Schaefer '41 (6), E. Stines '73 (3), D. Trabiley '59 (7), C. Whittaker 'G4 (4) Other: D. Barnett 'G8 (II), D. DeBlander '57 (3), F. Elliott '76 (II), L. Galletto '83 (2), 1'. Illingworth '84 (5), B. lankura '77 (10), K.Jennings '57 (6), R. Krupp '64 (2), W. Richards '57 (4), E. Watson '77 (7)

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Golden Delta Club: R. Berger '68 (3), P. Bickett '52 (6), B. Con char '41 (16), D. Czerny '74 (11), J. Edell '79 (5), ]. Frank '68 (3), 1. Lichter '68 (10), L. Maroti '58 (18), T. 'Nehring '75 (10), H. Peck '37 (13), F. Rabold '39 (11), W. Salmond '46 (14), G. Sawtelle '40 (15), R. Tomalesky '65 (4), E. Yaslemski '80 (8), W. Ziebold 46 (13) Silver Delta Club: S. Apa" 87, A. Beeken '45 (4), P. Berg '44 (4), B. Bisho~ '26 (13), ]. Boyer '50 (8), R. Christiansen 56 (9), C. Day '30 (18), A. Dixon '69 (3), H. Frymoyer '49 (3), R. Gabriel '51 (17), T. Grossman '88, T. Hess '37 (11), D. Hornbaker '26 (13),J. Kurtl '52 (18), B. McGowan '87 (2), N. Meier '50 (2), M. Miskulin '85 (2), W. Nutt '36 (13), J. Perna '76 (12), C. Pharo '35 (2), G. Ramsden '44 (5), W. Robel '51 (3), R. Ruth '68 (10), R. Schmidt '52, W. Stiver '72 (8) Other: M. Bancks '87, C. Baumgartner '67 (II), E. Boyer '43 (8), T. Brand '87, A. Cannon '74, C. Coldren '77 (6), K. Curtis '88, G. Ehrlich '87, E. Furst '60 (8), B. Goldman '58 (4), ]. Lizana '87, E. Lucadamo '7 1 (12), T. Middleton '72 (7), G. Naylor '71, P. Nicholas '39 (7), J. Ramsay '58 (19), R. Reber '41 (12), C. Smith '55 (3), T. Wocklish '81 (2)

MCGILL (20) President's Club: T . Jackson '69, A. Wirth 'G3 Golden Delta Club: R. Davidson '65, J. Dobson '49 (4), B. Ellis '47, R. /;lcLernon '41, D. Scarlett 'G5, A. Swabey '30, A. Wood '64 (11) Silver Delta Club: R. Calhoun '30, D. Garner '60, G. Hyde '2G, D. Killam '63 (9), P. Magor '28, C. Robertson '54, J. Robin-

(10), C. Brown '80 (4), A. Cunningham '88, Gerspacher '63 (8), G. Hawk ',2 (4), A. Krill 'G3 (8), C. Lucido '86, T. Marcinkoski '79 (2), E. McGovern '51 (13), F. McKinley '49 (3), H . McNabb '49 (13), T. McNeal '37, H. Mills '2G (2), C. Olmstead '33 (4), N. Paulson '67 (8),]. Petrich '3G (19), M. Ponder 'G7 (2), E. Rausch '34 (3), S. Sur~Ius '81 (6), P. Swanson '59 (3), G. Vau\lhn 48 (13), W. Vogel '47 (6), S. Voudris 88

DU Alumni Gift Levels

President's Club $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up Silver Delta $25 and up Other Donors Under $25 MARQUETTE (I) Golden Delta Club: T. Westerheide '72 (13) MARYLAND (18) President's Club: R. Landers '69 (4), T. McGlashan '67 (4),j. Siegel '78 (2), E. Young '75 (5) Golden Delta Club: P. Doetsch '7G (13) Silver Delta Club: W. Chicca '68 (2), D. Dessecker '88, R. Howell '73 (4), G. Huston '81 (7), W. Kirkpatrick '68 (10), P. McCusker '85 (2),]. Schmill '87,J. Wojtowicz '78 (2)

Scholarship is at the heart of the DU experience, and alumni gifts support chapter programming MIAMI (110) President's Club: H. Barker '50 (19),J. Barr '68 (9), G. Blair '37 (19), R. Bruckman '49 (12), T. Burgess '61 (10), T. Conklin '29 (18), R. Coulton '54 (10), C. Du~an 'GO (10), D. Ea&leson '44 (18), R. Filter 50 (7), R. Gillette 52 (17), W. Godfrey '58 (18), M. Gray '32 (17), 1. Holschuh '48 (12), L. Karlovec '29, N. Knauss '53 (IG), 1. McClellan '35 (8), J. McNamara '29 (17), J.

ROe~rJ~~7D~I~!' g~~;;,;~sb"~',~~?n (\~lm '29 (4), F. Dodd '49 (I2), J. Ehrich '4~ (19), R. Freedman '70 (4), W. Gurney '53 (11), 1. Holschuh '77 (6), 1. !serman 'so (14), D. Krebs '80 (9), W. Liebermann '51 (2), W. Loomis 'GO (4), W. Morgan '51 (II), T. Poller '51 (9), F. Shera 'G3, W. Stillson '39 (4), E. Thesken '30 (18), L. Thomas '65 (9), C. Wille '51 (12), C. Young '57 (5) Silver Delta Club: V. Bfanke '50 (6), J. Bm'a 'G9 (7), G. Broderick '49 (5), W. Brown '52 (3), V. Burns '50 (8), B. Carlson '79 (8), McCollle '81 (7), W. Erion '39 (G), J. Fick '76 (2), E. Gates '48 (8), D. Gingench '48 (2),1. Griffin '41 (10), 1. Gunter '66, D. HaIr'80 (8),1. Hallian '67 (11), F. Henner '49 (2), L. Hoffman '18 (4), W. Hofmann '53 (4), B. Hugus '52 (4), C. Lass '83 (6), E. Leen '50( 12), S. Lison '62, E. Longstreth '23 (10), F. Maines '43 (6), W. Matnis '86, R. Mayberry '51 (13), M. McCollum '54 (10), M. McIlvaine '7 2 (3), D. Nies '69 (II), J. Nopper '33 (13), K. Papp '59 (7), M. Plummer '56 (2), R. Pryor '37 (l7),J. Ranallo '30 (14), F. Robinson '62 (5), R. Roessner '35 (2),J. Ryan '34 (8), R. Schoenherr '63 (5), D. Sechnick '7G (13), M. Shane '52 (16), T. Shelt '57 (5), D. Snyder '70 (5), J. Steen '41 (3), R. Stepneski '68, R. Sunkel '53 (6), D. Vind '76 Other: C. Blake '86, H. Bosworth IV '52

(IO),}. White '50 (19) Go den Delta Club: R. Adams '40 (19), R. Bates '78 (11), G. Bolas '3G (12), C. EI dridl1e 'GO (12), S. Evans '56 (13), R. Hoffman 71 (8), W. Hole '51 (13),J. Nixon '79 (6), F. Poole '46 (18), M. Ramsey '50 (15), 1. Robertson '45 (7), W. Steen '44 (8), J. Tolonen '71 (4), R. Vogel '51 (8) Silver Delta Club: H. Augustaitis '86, C. Bailie '50 (5), L. Bartholomew '50 (5), D. Baumgarten '79 (2), C. Correll'G3 (18), K. Dec 'G2 (2), E. Goodier '35 (S), G. Green '22 (10), R. Grunder '44 (13),1. Hahn '59 (3), M. Hartwig '68 (10), K. Hecht '34 (2), K. Hepp '39 (9),]. Hoad '32 (13), T. Holda '77 (2), R. Holloway '51 (4), 1. Holt '83 (4), R. Holt '74 (2), L. Hurst '7g (7), T. Jacob '44 (5), L. 10hnson '22 (18), L. Lossing '65 (8), J. McCloy '48 (3), A. Morawa '62 (9), M. Mortensen '35 (19), P. Owens '31 (12), M. Perkins '51 (18),]. Reynolds '76 (8), K. Richardson 'G3 (3), J. Ritchie '38 (6), K. Schroeder '88, B . Stoll '55 (9), H. Strickland '36 (8), 1. Stuart '52 (15), D. Sutherland '41 (4), W. Tageson 'G4 (8), K. Tapp '48 (18), D. Thompson '88, E. Wahl'G3 (8), K. Wahtera '67 (6), W . Wilson '38 (18), P. Winer '61 (13) Other: A. Andrews '39 (2), J. Barbour '79 (4), C. Cummins '87, R. Domeier '79 (2), I. Donaldson '64 (10), A. Eisenberg '88, B. Freeland '87, P. Ganzenhuber '54 (2), R. Gleason '24 (6), K. Gutowski '87,]. Kim '85 (2), B. LePage '86 (2), R. Lieblein '54 (8), D. Maudlin '71 (5), 1. Nolan '34, S. Porter '80 (G),]. Scott '6S (6), B. Zimont '85 (4) MICHIGAN STATE (58) President's Club: C. Allen '55 (18), W. Bopf '58 (13), E. Christensen '57 (4), F.

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll When you give early in the academic year, Coon '61 (9), R. Dhue '68 (13), R. Dabberteen '52 (7), P. Franzetta '70 (13), R. McBain '64 (18),]. Palmitier'60 (6),]. Pattee '70 (10), A. Radcliffe '66 (9), D. Schlitt '64 (4), G. Snyder '57 (2) Golden Delta Club: R. Barkley '70 (3), C. Bushman '83, D. DeVries '56 (2), ]. George '53 (2), G. Gross '63 (7), W. Haw~­ ins '85 (3), B. Hoot '65 (12), R. Hoover '88, C. MacDonald '64 (3) , B. Moore '60 (3), J. Rozak '62 (5), G. Shannon '62 (3), R. Thompson '67 (19), F . TriPcpel'57 (12), G. Whitson '52 (12), R. Zaki 80 (6) Silver Delta Club: T. Almus '65, R. Bonahoom '70, J . Bradley '66, D. Carpenter '63 (4),]. Clancy '56 (2), R. Comar '83 (2), B. Cox '61 (5), C. Ferguson '79 (6), R. Goodman '81 (2), ]. Green '60 (5),J. Huggett '79,]. Kaufeld '49 (12), L. Maccani '56 (15), A. McGovern '50 (4), G. Nasberg '82 (4), R. Overkamp '64 , P. Palmatier '58, ]. Ryan '55 (15), W. Savage '56 (II), L. Seguin '53, M. Spillum '58 (5), B. SI. Pierre '78 (2), R. Wiggins '68 (3), R. Zimmerman '53 (2) Other: S. Knox '68 (9), P. Minturn '86, R. Nauert '65 (II), M. Overhiser '63 (3), J. Patterson '85 (4)

MICHIGAN TECH (9) Golden Delta Club:]. Grebenok '86, S. Neumann '87, P. Nielsen '87, D. Taylor '84 (2)

Silver Delta Club: B. Bolstad '86 Other: T. Fryzel '86, ]. Myszka '88, T. Skotzke '88, M. Walling '85

MIDDLEBURY (37) President's Club: W. Cady '34 (5), R. Noonan '21 (18) Golden Delta Club: T. Bennett '41 (19), E. Ferrari '34 (12), D. Palmstrom '45 (13), W. Ptescott '49, D. Riley '24 (18), F. Wheeler '39 (8) Silver Delta Club: W. Bangs '45 (6), D. Brown '46, T. Carey '86 (2), W. Fuller '54 (14), L. Haines '43 (8), W. Heath '21 (9), F. Hinman '31 (7), C. Jacoby '75 (13), H. Jones '56 (7), H. Painter '33 (13), S. Ward '37 (7) Other: C. Allen '29 (19), R. Allen '33 (8), F. Avery '39 (3), R. Burrows '29 (13), P. Dunham '45 '(6), M. Finnerty '87, A. Gollnick '55 (4), G. Harlan '86, 1. Henderson '50 (4), A. Ide '33 (5), S. Kelley '29 (9), W. Kelley '29 (19), E. Kister '41 (5), F. McNamee '50 (13), D. Napolitano '87, H. Newman '30 (4), R. Schmidt '29 (3),]. Smith '38 (II MINNESOTA (22) President's Club: C. Crippen '30 (19), H . Diercks '35 (9),]. Hamann '59 (15), F. Tormoen '30 (17), P. Wilke '50 (18)

Golden Delta Club: R. Bloomberg '51 (9), S. Lagerlof '36 (18), O. Opdahl '41 (18), R. Pelton '35 (5), G. Pestello '64 (3), C. Stoehr '65 (9),]. Tatam '33 (12) Silver Delta Club: S. Bormann '64 (2), P. Gerver '80 (9), P. Heersema '27 (8), J. Hunner '3 1 (II), O. McDonald '41 (4), R. Peterson '61. C. Pommer '42 (2) Other: A. DeBuhr '38 (II), H . Gray '28 (5), H. Mithum '34 (3) MISSOURI (91) President's Club: H. Briggs '51 (16), R. Burridge '46 (7),]. Culpepper '57, ]. Ehrlich '67 (8), E. Glasscock '27 (13), W. Harwell '51 (6), L. Hubbard '55 (8), B. Lutz '58 (7), G. Martin '56 (2), D. McKelvey '32 (12), L. Miller '82 (2), V. Neff '66 (16), O. Read '33 (20),). Riggs '30 (11), C. Schooley '28 (12), ]. Vll1yard '42 (18), R. Yingling '62 (15) Golden Delta Club: G. Beimdiek '35 (18), leans '53 (9), D. Leach '52 (3),]. MacRae 39 (2), F. McPherson '26 (5), H. Ochs '33 (18), R. Peacock '32 (7), S. Richards '64 (8), B. Tate '41 (17), F. Tennent '62 (16), W.

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G. Allemann '69 (16), D. Anderson '86, R. Anderson '63 (16), R. Andreaus '49, R. Bilger '74 (2), T. Birmingham '84 (2), K. Brashears '75 (7), K. Chrostowski '75 (7), M. Collier '85, T. Corlew '84 (3), R. Denton '33 (6), F. Duff '80 (4), K. Fattmann '53 (8), ]. Faucett '78 (7), M. Favazza '78 (2), B. Finley '36 (9), W. Gaddis '57 (6), W. Gibson '38 (19), E. Gray '76 (6), M. Hannafan '64 (3),]. Holdsworth '87 , C. Hood '33 (4), R. Hartin '61 (2) , F. Jones '32 (15), A. Kaestner '57 (7),]. Lane 60 (2) , T. Liggett '65 (5), D. Martin '29 (7),]. Martin '30 (5), S. McFarland '81 (6), B. Moore '63 (15), R. Nelson '83 (3) , D. Randall '69 (II) , G. Rector '62 (5),]. Richards '41 (4), C. Robb '55 (10), ]. Rogers '49 (5),]. Seitz '59 (3),B. Tarantola '81 (7), W. Tay10r '41 (13), K. Teel'81 (4), D. Tesarek '55 (2), ]. Thweatt '30 (10), E. Weatherly '60 (2), W. Weber '55 (9), E. Wendelburg '57 (2), C. Yeager '34 (II) . Other: S. Agrusa '84 (4), G. Bistline '76 (11), W. Browne '33 (14), M. Cohen '85 (2), S. Craven '74 (12), C. Dodd '88, R. Lunt '88,]. Paschall '87, W. Plummer '36 (13), M. Quigley '74, A. Smith '85 (2), W. Smith '24 (9), P. Steele '87, A. Watt '88, H. White '71 (2), P. Yehlen '72 (12) NEBRASKA (84) President's Club: H. Brownell '24 (10), T. Cheney '36 (19), E. George '25, H. Gray '34 (19), E. Hansen '30 (7), R. Hunt '41 (7), R. Krafka '58 (3), W. Krornmenhoek '57 (16), R. Loch '54 (5), K. O'Bannon '50 (17), G. Sawyer '35 (5), D. Spencer '85, K. Thompson '74 (4),]. Tippetts '67 (8), H .

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DU Alumni Gift Levels

President's Club $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up Silver Delta $25 and up Other Donors Under $25 NEW' YORK (12) President's Club: G. Koski '43 (19), F. Loeschner '26 (3),]. Mazzei '26 (16), R.

Stigi~;~~ ci~Ii,;')Club: D. Coon '32 (16), E. Gaylord '23 (15), ]. Redegeld '23 (9), ]. White '41 (2) Other: A. Beman '34 (18), T. Billheimer '41 (3), C. Hoover '40 (10), A. Kipfer '33 (3)

NORTH CAROLINA (64) President's Club: ]. Clark '68 (10), ]. Fluet '65 (2), D. Heacock '64, G. Kridibaum '69 (3), D. Myrick '65 (18), H. Pawlik '54 (17), W. Poston '71 (15), K. Samuelson '80 (4), S. Wallenhaupt '74 (3), W. Watkins '27 (19) Golden Delt. Club: R. Ayres '65 (18), T. Bur!)iss '84 (5), R. Coleman '68 (6), ]. Dalton 59 (12),]. Ely '68 (10), D. Foster '81 (7), R. Harper '64 (5), W. Michael '73 (II) , ]. Mitchiner '73 (6), J. Snow '73 (7), T. Story '74 (2), G. Wessling '74 (2) Silver Delt. Club: D. Barwick '79 (2), R. Boggs '79 (3), M. Collier '84 (2), M. Eastwoo a '67 (6), W. Eddleman '34 (II), C. Elig '68 (6) , C. Evans '67 (4), R. Gray '59 (10), K. Head '79 (lO) ,r Hiday '85 (2) , ]. Hobbs '64,]. Honeycutt 69 (6), A. Houghton '55, ].Jamison '73 (6), S.~ones '63 (18),]. Joyner '77 (6), M. Little 82, R. Lowry '65 (7), M. Moore '84 (4), H. Poole '64 (13), G. Ramsay '76 (13), F. Reisner '74 (6), W. Rose '69 (2), R. Russell '72 (3), C. Schumacher '73 (14), K. Sullivan '86, R. Swacker '71 (4), E. Taff'61 (5), M. Tandy '87 , R. Tracy '69 (2), ]. Tull '69 (2), S. Weiss '77 (4), A. . Woodard '80 (4), W. Woodard '76 (5), T. Yermack '78 (3) Other: W. Crawford '76 (13), ]. Francberger '65 (3), P. Gems '48 (2), W. Hipp '79 (3), K. Lawson '88, S. McClanahan '74 (7), D. Tomlinson '84 (3) , NORTH CAROLINA STATE (9) President's Club: P. Klinefelter '80 (2), E. Lach '79 (II) Golden Delta Club: D. Harris '82 (6) Silver Delta Club: 1. Atkins '86, S. Cox '80 (6), D. Johnson '88,]. Marsland '78 (4) Other: k. Blackmon '86, F. Carter '84 (2)

NORTH DAKOTA (19) President's Club: R. Kirsh '78 (10) Golden Delta Club: M. Carlisle '80 (8), L. Galehouse '68 (3), ]. Hanson '79 (7), T.

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE (5) Silver Delta Club: J. Peterson '83 (4), A. Qual '73 (12) Other: H. Hagen '85, ]. Verlinde '75 (4),

C. Zimny '86 NORTHERN ILLINOIS (31) President's Club: S. Gerber '68 (18), P. Jones '76 (8),]. Lotsoff '88 (2) Golden Delta Club: K. Bradtmuelle.: '85 (3), W. Malloy '69 (7), T. Wilson '76 (7) Silver Delta Club: B. Branstrom '69 (2) , M. Duggan '84 (2), G. Dykhuisen '68 (2), ]. Felten '83 (5), P. Horvath '88, ]. Janik '75 (9), W. Jurney '88, A. Knox '7"7 (3),]. Landstrom '70 (2), T. Lawson '86, P. Lotsoff '88, M. Maibach '73 (15), M. McGee '81 (5), ]. Singelmann '64 (II), G. Sowa '70 (3), M. Tome. '80 (2), W. Vo"es '70 (3), R. Yaffe '79 (2) Other: S. Borbely '66 (3), R. Cherry '73 (2), A. Contos '72 (2), W. Feithen '75 (13), L. Michna '84 (3), E. Stremich '66 (2), R. Wojcik '83 (3)

NORTHERN IOWA (6) Golden Delta Club: S. Anderson '79 (8), D. Henshaw '79 (5) Silver Delt. Club: G. Ingledue '77 (4) Other: R. Barts '76 (2), R. Johnson '85 (4), S. Po him eyer '88

NORTHWESTERN (85) President's Club: K. Abernathy '40 (4), P. Bodine '50 (19), W. Boyd '48 (17), P. Bridgford '56 (18), L. Caruso '65 (10), R. France '35 (3), S. Gavitt '37 (9), W. Guthrie '52 (3), E. Hathaway '27 (12), E. Heizer '51 (19), J.Jamra '38 (19) 'd' McCarthy '49 (9), R. Newman '59 (19), . Pagels '34 (4), R. Spanjer '49 (19), A. Weyhnch '58 (7) Golden Delta Club: G. Block '48 (5),]. Conway '49 (19), R. Countryman '50 (16), R. Coyle '52 (II),]. Davis '65 (15), H. Evert '56 (9), R. Grottke '52 (6), N. Horner '69, J. Kakarakis '42 (6), R. Kling '44, J. Lapr,erre '33 (3), A. Ludolph '42 (12), R. Mackey 43 (19), D. Maylahn '40 (12),]. Nelson '63 (19), R. Siefert '31 (12), R. Trenkmann '64 (4), G. West '52 (4), S. Willison '25 (13), F. Zinn '37 (19) Silver Delt.Club: W. Anderson '53 (17), H. Cakora '59 (6), A. Carlson '50 (3), D. Corkle '45 (4), D. Costello '54 (3), R. Degenaar '40, W. Fish '39 (18), E. Gray '29 (16), E. Heideman '32 (II), H. Holman '71 (3), C. Hophan '45 (7), R. Horvath '59 (2), D. Houston '83 (3), R. Jawor '66 (II) C. Jensen '31 (12), A. Johnson '48 (5), F. Kreml 31 (17), H. Larson '34 (II), G. Lose '57 (7), J. Montgomery '43 (II), S. Papich '36 (13), R. Pohto '69 (2), T. Rakow '65 (15), A. Rogers '34 (6), R. Rossiter '59 (2), ]. Shannon '49 (18), H. Stevens '46 (4), E. Sullivan '49, W. Thomas '85 (3), W. Thompson '43 (3), M. Wa~ner '78 (4), M. Weisber&er '88, R. White 52 (8), W. Willoughby 38 (4) Other: D. Anderson '41 (4), C. AlTom '85, R. Doulian '24 (7), N. Erickson '58 (6), A. Ferraro 59.]. Guerra '87, M. Houston '86, W. Kimber '64 (3), E. LeMasters '23 (3), N. Losole '79 (2), W. Miiller '47 (4), G. Rahr '27 (3), E. Sale '34 (15), R. VanVooren '53 (15), A. Wintercorn '54 (2) OHIO (22) Golden Delt. Club: R. Hughes '67 (2), E. Paxton '68 (9), S. Rowley '65 (2) Silver Delt. Club: S. Bleser '85, F. Cathers '76 (2), ]. Dennis '75 (4),]. Falconer '87, L. Grif'lith '64,]. Lawrie '75 (7), R. McDonald '73 (7), W. McNutt '63 (2),]. O'Donnell '73 (3), C. Osborne '87,]. Reed '81 (3), D. Williams '71 (6)

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Other: G. Berzins '76, D. Drazga '88, M. Gates '88, L. Hortin '56 (8), R. Mayer '73 (4), R. Selleck '56 (2),]. Wills '70 (7)

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DU Alumni Gift Levels

OREGON (45) President's Club: D. Brunken '52 (10), 1. Ciatti '64 (14), [. Neuner '62 (8), W. 'Shepherd '55 (7), Sprouse '30 (17), R. Stuhr '4 1 (10), M. Watson '69 (4),]. Weisel '48 (17),]. Williams '45 (6) Golden Delta Club: A. Cellars '47 (18), R. Clark '70, W. Duhaime '50, R. Ha ll '33, S. Hayward '41 (17), T. Mattson '53 (19), M. Phel ps '72 (4), D. SOl'CllSOn '7 1 (5), A. Stockstad '50, F. VanHorn '50, B. Walsh '64 (7) Silver De lta Club: E. Beal '69, C. Best '28, G. Corbitt '58 (4), M. Frandsen '70, P. HillaI' '41 (13) , R. Lovell '42, R. Newell '65 (6), R. Price '62, L. Schuck '54, L. Stewart '60 (7), 1. Weber '40 (5), T . White '53 (4) , C. ZurcTler '40 Other: B. Anderson '57 (4), E. Bossatti '27 (5), S. Carlson '69 (II), F. Lawrence '51 (2), D. Murray '88,j. Nelson '49, N. Pereira '62 (2), A. Rademacher '32 (2), A. Rebollido '88, C. Rickabaugh '36 (2), G. Smith '37 (14), R. Watson '71 (7)

President's Club $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up $25 and up Silver Delta Other Donors Under $25 OHIO STATE (91) President's Club: R. Baker '48 (5), ]. Blu e '5 1 (5), F. Christy '40 (12), W. Clymer '35 ( 19), 1'. Corey '48 (18), E. Crate" '78 (3), H. Crawford '47 (17), C. Harman '59 (13), N. johnson '43 (14), E. Kuppin~er '33 (19), F. Long '32 (15), C. Lurding 59 (13), R. Mason '~I (14),]. Myers '38 (19), 1- Shaw '49 (17), ]. Thomas '47 (3), O. J'homas '26 (8), j. Wagner '45 (19), W. Walker '54 (12),]. Werum '42 (13), W. Whitmore '59 (3) Golden Delta Club: W. Barnes '49 (2), S. Bates '66 (10), R. Boyer '42 (19), W. Buchsieb '5 1 (18), G. Canning '83 (3), W. Cooper '63 (17), F. Denkewalter '47, L. DeWitt '30 (10), C. Farnsworth '45 (6), P. Flohr '36 (2), W. He'Ton '43 (II), T. Hoover '56 (9), C. jones '50 (4), E. Langhurst '4 1 (18),]. McClain '53 (3), P. Sherck '5 1 (9), R. Sipprell '37 (7), H . Smith '5 1 (5) Silver Delta Club:]. Baker '82 (3), D. Bates '59 (13), R. Beathard '73 (II), G. Bingham '40 (7),]. Bolton '55, ]. Campbell '49 (10), M. Corey '75 (2), P. DeLaMater '63 (6), R. Elliott '48 (19),]. Ernst '33 ( 17), D. Ewart '47 (II), C. Faranda '49 (7), W. Francis '35 (4), F. Griesinger '38 (3), D. Ho ltshouse '53 (8), H. Ingersoll '48 (2),]. Kinsel '65 (2), F. Kohler '3 1 (2),]. Koontz '55 (5), S. Lewis '79 (2), H. Mattison '33 (4), D. McBane '57 (4), R. Metcalf '45 (8), M. Meyer '84 (2), F. Miller '38 (2), M. Morris '57 (3), R. Morrison '39 (18), L. Parsons '30 (12), R. Pickett '40,(8), D. Powell '27 (4), T. Rees '33 (8), E. Rothermund '39 (3), 1. Seawright '40 (6), B. Seekely '79 (8), R. 'Seekely '80 (7), D. Sherck '57 (6), K. Sherrets '51, W. Spore '39 (13), M. Stone '69 (12),]. Sull iva n '79, R. Summers '34 (5), L. Vosburgh '27 (6), M. Weingold '78 (3), E. Zell '69 (12) Other: W. Becks '46 (5), S. Blozis '80 (5), M. Dahler '74 (9), W. Hague '29 (3), 1. Leonard '72 (4), 1. Mayo '50 (2), W. Salt '44 (6) ,]. Urbas '86 OKLAHOMA (56) President's Club: L. Brammer '47 (4). ]. Dawson '35 (3), T . Filip '59 (13), G. Haymon '77 (8), P. Hurley '64 (12),1. Kalbfleisch '52 (17), E. Lippert '53 (5), A. 'Loyd '82 (2), 1. Owens '78 (5), M. Rupert '74 (13), D. 'Sampson '34 (10), W. Stephenson '54 (5), G. Tn hklS '69 (3), B. Walkmgstick '52 (18), E. Waller '5 1 (4) Golden Delta Club: E. French '78 (10), T. Gatchel '60 (5), M. Huchteman '55 (13), C. j ohn son '82 (4), P. Kenady '66 (13), Lawrence '57 (2), E. Meadows '84 (4), . Monk '68 ( 12),]. Powers '58 (2), E. Smit '25 (8), R. Thompson '61 (6) Silver Delta Club: W. Boyce '72 (3), L. Brigham '49 (2), D. Brooks '85, L. Contway '29 (12), D. Duncan '71, R. Eckart '41 (12), G. Green '57, 1. Haslam '80 (2), K. Hirsch '74 (6), T. Hudiburgh '78, L. Huffman '7 1 (3), S. Hurter '75 (4) , F. jones '65 (7), H. lones '39 (5), E. Kurtz '65 (2), T. O'Bannon 82 (7),]. Oldham '83 (5), G. Petty '59 (5), 1. Tacker '63 (6), A. Vernon '81 (3), C. 'Wiltse '72 (2) Other: S. Auld '52 (3), D. Ewing '32 (4), R. Hobgood '45 (II), G. Noland '86, C. !,hi\lips 'B8, F. Ru~herford '50 (15), D. Stussi 77 (6), j . Sweanngen '87, H . Wilson '55

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OKLAHOMA STATE (16) President's Club: 1. Filip '63 (5), W. R,chards '77 (10), R. Rylander '63 (4) Golden Delta Club: H . Hobson '67 (6), T. Vogle '60 (8), G. Waller '60 (17) Silver Delta Club: D. Branch '60 (8), V. Carter '64, W. Clovis '75 (6), C. Phillips '85 (2), C. Renfro '74 (10)

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OREGON STATE (42) President's Club: T. Bays '42 (15), G. Knutsen '3 1 (19), K. Rodgers '32 (6) Golden Delta Club: R. 'Bevens '60 (10), N. Darlinl\ '42 (19), S. Gann '79 ( 10), E. Rose nfeld 42 (15), D. Smith '35 (5), j . Wise '68 (5) Silver Delta Club: W. Bon '3 1 (2), H. Brown '45 (2), R. Cros by '77 (2), R. Dahl '50 (5), S. Gabe l '58, T . Hayes '68 (2), J . Hendry '60 (4), R. Hinton '86, R. Hirstel '40 (8), R. Horne '52 (6), r. Hulbe"t '44 (18), R. Kerron '40 (4), K.Klein '41 (19), S. Liseth '43 (9), G. Marcus '34 (12), C. McMat h '32 (12), R. Mellis '46 (8), A. Myers '62 (2), W. Oetin ger '43 (6), D. Powell '68 (9), D. Reed '55 (5) , C. Shotts '46 (2) , T. Slade '82, R. Somers '59, J. Stever '65 (3), E. Tinker '65 (12), R. W,lso n '46 (8), Q. Wright '81 (2) Other: S. Ca rd a '85, C. Darling '38 (3) , W. Down '43 (6), D.jacoby '42 (7), R. Kyle '52 (3) PACIFIC (6) President's Club: ]. DuMond '66 (10), R. Huber '64 (3) Golden Delta Club: E. Mullen '66 Silver Delta Club: W. Pi nska '48 (7), E. Stark '29 (18) Other:]. Madse n '65 (8) PENNSYLVANIA (34) President's Club: H. Acaster '44 (19), H. Bartle '30 (19), C. Biggs '55 (II),]. Derry '51 (16), R. Marx '54 (14), F. Samson '21 (12), T. Siegel '57 (9) Golden Delta Club: A. Elsenroad '53 (19), W. Graebin~ '41 (5), W. Hoffman '28 (17), r. Marshall 65 (14), E. Smolen '80 (5), H. VanSciver '53 (II ) Silver Delta Club: R. Bernard '55 (2), E. Borer '60 (6), D. Boyd '42 (II), R. Canfield '6 1 (12), H. Eva ns '28 ( II ), B. Goodwin '53 (10), W. Had ley '54 (6), 1. Hamlin '65 (3), A. Noble '5 1 (16), R. Schlakman '82 (5), C. Stehman '49 (2),]. Wallace ' 18 ( 18) Other: F. Burggraf '58 (5), A. Dalton '44 (2), A. Fox '39 (10), E. Gentino '50 (5), G. Graf '55 (13), P. Heeger '80 (3), D. Hold '83 (4), H. j ames '33 (3), F. Mayetta '35 (12) PENNSYLVANIA STATE (69) President's Club: A. Dejulius '56 (19), K. Edwards '7 1 (15), D. Humes '77 (II), R. Lewis '40 (8), C. Prutzman '18 (16), R. Tapp '39 (6), W. Ulerich '31 (17),]. ZboyOVSKY '5 1 (18) Golden Delta Club: T. Atkinson '34 (17), R. Brooks '42 (19), W. Davidson '59, W. Diament '31 (17), G. Hellick '35 (12), W. Hieb '78 (2), B. Hillhouse '84 (3), C. Longenecker '32 ( II ), R. Nix '48 (13), S. Reynolds '76 (2), S. Wolcott '57 (5) Silver Delta Club: P. Amuso '85, ]. Anderson '60, B. Balderston '76 (13), R. Baldwin '57 (2), R. Bayfield '28 (3), E. Belfonti '46 (5), W. Bockus '37 (4), R. Brubaker '54 (2), M. Callihan '87, ]. Clark '75 (2), R. Crosby '54 (16), C. Drazenovich '50 (6),].

Draze novich '50 (9),j. Glaus '69, W. Ha r.es '40 (6), H. Hilner '59 (18), F. Horne 38 (17), j. Johnston '58 (18), A. Kois '54 (5), R. Kurtz '48 (13), R. Leib '50 (II), F. Lovett '64, F. Madal '64 (2), G. Maurey '54 (7), R. Noah '57 (II), W. Piper '44 (10), E. Pollitt '36 (5), W. Shade '50 (18), D. Shaw '57 (2), A. Simpler '46 (7), D. Steppe '64 (3), ]. Temple '74 (4), B. Willis '40 (6), C. Winter '48 (9), E. Zubaty '68 (2) Other: R. Allegretto '78 (3), H. Arison '41 ( 16), C. Cooper '22 (15), R. Flaheny '76 (2), ]. Hannan '35 (8), T. Hughes '47 (3), T . jackso n '70 (10), 1. O'Brien '84, R. Oerma n '63 ( 12), M. Rotlienber~er '21 (3), G. Setman '56 (10), G. Setman 82 (4), H . ~~pley '5 1 (8), V. Tedesco '64 (4), G. Yocco PURDUE (121) Presiden t's Club: ]. Beals '30 ( 18), 1. Colton '46 (6),]. COl,ple '36 (13), A. Crofts '47 (10) , D. Fitzgera d '49 (17), C. Free '3 1 (7), D. Funk '61 (18), R. Gabel '52 (17), R. Gim lin '42 (19), R. Hegeman '49 (15), W. Hobbes '49 (6), C. Kindell '77 (3),]. Kra lis '5 1 (18), R. LaFortune '5 1 (18),1. Landis '35 ( 12), W. Lawson '50 (19), W. Mann '48 (10), D. McKirnan '44 (19), D. Metz '30 (19), R. Michels '44 (II), G. Moss '47 (17), A. Neese '36 (13), N. Popham '54 (5), R. Popham '40 (19), W. Scott '48 (11),j. Snead '31 (18), R. Starek '42 (9), A. Steiger '48 (19), A. Varble '50 ( 10 ), C. VonGrimme nstein '49 ( 18) Golden Delta Club: S. Banas '50 (17), R. Bardach '33 ( 13), G. Bell '37 (6), W. Bolton '35 (7),]. Brennan '55 (9), O. Bumpas '3 1 (10), H. Burkart '48 (8), W. Cross '4 4 ( II ), T. Foote '50 (9), R. Hall man '54 (18), T. Hodgson '63 (2), A.juska '39,]. Kenne ll y '50 (6), V. Kipka '44 (8), T. Kroehle '53 (19), O. Kuehrmann '57 (7), G. Kuhn '29 (13), D. LaRocque '62 (5), M. Middleton '75 (3), W. Miller '39 (18), L. Pasley '7 1 (5), G. Richwine '75 (13), R. Stewan '49 (6), S. Swope '58 (2), R. Theissen '48 (10), R. Zell '62 (5) Silver Delta Club: L. Alexander '45 (9), B. And erson '65 (13), K. Bartoszek '72 (5), R. Blackhall '46 (9), M. Bowen '82 (5), L. Bowler '71 (9), D. DeMent '76 (9), D. Duffin '44 (10), j. Foster '65 (6), R. Friedersdorf '79 (4), R. Gillia n '59 (3), H. Gin gher '40 (12), N. God dard '52 (2),]. Godfrey '34 (4), R. Grosse '64 (5), W. Hall:er '66 (5), G. Haza,'d '49 (5), W. Hendry 44 (12), 1. Hobbs '42 (7), M. Hogan '85 (4), C. Houtf '53 (4), N.johnso n '58 (3),].jones '48 (13), H. Knopfmeie r '69 (18), C. Krichbaum '69 (8), A. Lacis '64 (5), B. Lee '51 (8), E. Letts '67 (18), P. Mack '50 (4) , R. Major '46 (3), D. Mart in '82 (3), K. McClain 7 1 (13),]. Metzger '40 (7), ]. 0xler '48 (13), R. Oyler '39 (rg), T. Pinson 81 (2), G. Pullen '77 (9),]. Ransom '68 (4), J . Ripley '63 (3),]. Schoendorf '66 (2), R. Sheets '53 (6), J. Smith '52 (l9),j. Stallings '45 (17), H. Stan-

back '39 (17), R. Stoops '64 (16), O. Vogi '38 (5), B. Weber '49 (15), N. Williams '64 (14) Other: K. Baumel '62 (12), D. Bielefeld '6 1 (5), W. Clarke '39 (14),j. Evans '3 1 (II), O. Gr ismore '27 (10), W. Hazard '45 (8), D. Hostette,' '78 (II), H. 1effery '50 (5) , E. Kinzel '28 (9), K. Melda '85, C. Moeller '45 (I I ), T. Murray '49 (14), W. Schatz '56 (8), R. Schreiber '39 (19), R. Tilt '4 1, T. Williams '34 (18), A. Zutter '85 RIPON (5) Silver Delta Club:]. Beisner '7 1 (8), W. Grieb '70 (2) Other: A. MacLeod '76 (4),]. Muraskas '78 (I I ), T. Tobias '65 (2) ROCHESTER (21) President's Club: F.Abercrombie '28 (12), H. Partridge '27 (10), S. Santandrea '56 (14) Golden Delta Club: R. Elwell '50 ( 16), D. Istva n '53 (17), A. Magistro '60 (12),]. Noble '34 (12) Silver Delta Club: C. Blackmon '30 (6), E. Crittenden '36, E. Garfield '53 (3), W. Hovey '36 (3), C. Miner '64, A. Munson '20 (12), T. Ogawa '59, C. Phillips '33 (5), R. Woods '42 (17) Other: L. Alexander '51 (2), R. Cieri '70 (2), G. Eh inger '73 (12), W. Magratten '54 ( 15), W. Sher wood '39 (2) RUTGERS (91) President's Club: L. Bauer '65 (8), T. Fletc her '75 (9), A. Go ldberg '58 (10), G. 路Go lden '74 (15), R. Greene '60 (14), S. Hahner '78 ( IO), J . Miller '60 (7), F. Murphy '60, R. Palmer '40 (3) , T. Shultz '61 (9), G. Van Wickie '47 (7), R. Youpa '55 (12) Golden Delta Club: D. Anderson '57 (4), R. Cunin '68 (17) , R. Dering '69, D. Dickerson '34 (18), C. Ficken '40 (7), W. Gies , '31 (5) , E. Groth '48 (16), W. Haberstroh '72 (13), M. Hershhorn '71 (6), W. Hoagland '48 (19), R. Knott '72 (2), R. Kortmann '74 (8), F. Kroesen '44 (10), B. Muller '66 (13), W. Sperling '35 (12),]. Sweeney '74 (6), R. Williamson '34 (19) Silver Delta Club: G. Baofi '85 (3), R. Benlon '60 (3), G. Boggs '42 (9), N. Borrello '59 (5), M. Campene lla '79, ]. Crowell '2 1 (17), j . David '63 (3), W. Doliber '54 (4), E. Ena nde ,' '24 (8), R. Fukuhara '68, E. Glen n '24 (10), H . Gray '25 (5), D. Hait '72 (2), H. Hanna '70 (10), C. Hart '54 (5), 1. Herma '70 (9), C. Hollerieth '68 (l7), j . l-lowe '39 (10), C. Huff'74 (6), W. Kerostes '7 1 (7), R. Krieg '64 (15), P. Liniak '69 (19), r. Mars hall '66 (2), A. McDowell '34 ( 19), 1<. Miller '79, R. Murin '59 (4), A. Naporano '71 (7), D. Novelli '73 (12), 1. Orrizzi '70 ( II ), L. Pitt '39 (5), G. Plewak '69 (3), ]. Powers '48 (8), R. Roby '73 (10), P. Ross

Drew Dunham, pianist Mark Anderson and the DU Chorus brought culture to the Leadership Institute DELTA UPSILON Q UARTE RLY路

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll "Once a DU, always a DUI" Put that timeless phrase into action with your gift '36, K. Sueltliaus '66 (16), Z. Swanson '71 (6), E. Tripp '67 (8), W. Wright '34 (15) Other: L. Allen '34 (18), D. Alusic '64 (5), R. Blasdale '31 (6), C. Hagge '57 (2), T . Hoffman '87, P. Kalish '83 (4), C. Malacaria '80 (2), T. Malone '87, M. Murphy '74 (7), S. Ranger '81 (6), T. Slack '30 (12), j. Webb '37 (7)

'59 (4), A. Schreihofer '59 (15),J. Sheridan '77 (4), W. Sterns '34 (2), G. Sundstrom '54 (3), W. Tester '72 (2), D. Tomasik '66 (5), W. Ward '33 (3); R. Weitzner '79 Other: C. Adelizzi '62 (15), R. Anderson '66 (13), H. Bagley '32 (17), R. Baltz '68, A. Beyer '68 (11), L. Cipriani '75 (6), W. Colsey '31 (13), DI'ago '87, L. Eves '40 (7), j. Ferraioli 69 (12), G. Gordeuk '75 (11), G. Green '40 (8), j. Hayden '87, 1. Leslie ' 13 (11), D. McCabe '44 (13), C. Paulson '33 (3), W. Reid '62 (4), D. Wade '60 (12), T. Wenczel '43 (13), W. Wiggins '33

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TENNESSEE (12) President's Club: C. Carter '71 (7), P. Freesh '70 (17), R. Goodwin '72 (12), T. Knies '71 (6) Golden Delta Club: C. Bramwell '87, S. DeLay '77 (6), j. Palmer '88 Silver Delta Club: D. Mouron '77 (4), ~7M}'ers '74 (9),j. Thompson '77, T. Ward

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SAN DIEGO (23) President's Club: B. Campbell '74 (7), J. Lillie '72 (8) Golden Delt~ Club: C;. Carson '70, G. Danz '86, P. Fieri '73 (13), T. McCormick '79 (6), M. Moore '70 (4) Silver Delta Club: D. Barich '79, M. Chase '86, K. Cowan '86, T. Darcy '72 (7). W. Hall '84 (2), B. Howard '70 (2), C. Kiehler '81 (7), J. Lawrence '86, M. Scolari '83 (4), j. Sullivan '72 (2) Other: J . Enderle '88, S. Frydman '87,

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.>-SAN FERNANDO (4) Golden Delta Club: N. Lewis '69 Silver Delta Club: j. Jenkins '65 (9), E. Waite '66 (16) Other: M. Donnelly '68 (8) SAN JOSE (68) President's Club: T. Arvin '53 (3), 1. Fields '66 (3), R. Fuller '49 (10), R. Goforth '55 (6), R. Lloyd '62, A. Lund '55 (18), T. Mosher '84, R. Oliver '61 (6). R. Sandham '54 (2), W. Schorno '61 (2),j. Sherman '66 (10), R. Smith '64 (5), P. Spooner '55 (II), P. Ueberroth '59 (13), S. Yates '55 (17) Golden Delta Club: J Bachhuber '85 (2), G. Bruntz '57, j. CaSSIdy '58 (7), T. Clark '85, C. Cligny '54, D. Colby '56 (6), D. Dukes '53 (13), A. Dunham '86 (3), 1. Fraser '55 (3), A. Hoffman '67,]. Morey '58, T. Morey '56 (8), M. Navrides '87, D. Nelson '57, D. Schallen '55, M. Stepovich '56 (15), L. Sweeney '55 (6), A. Sydnor '87 Silver Delta Club: A. Bartel '56, S. Boothe '52 (18), B. Brown '56 (14), 1. Brown '60, D. Christiansen '59 (2), R. Cox '58 (2), 1. Dissmer,er '66 (5), W. Edwards '6 1 (2), ll. Fairey 68 (8), C. Gilbert '84 (3), ]. Graf '88, R. Harder '54 (3), T. Harney '52 (7), S. Helmke '63 (8),]. Kaneko '85 (3), R. Kaneko '84 (2), R. Keirn '60, D. Losee '59, 1. Luckhardt '56 (2), D. Madsen '51 (12), b. Madsen '66, D. McPherson '56 (3), W. Mitchell '43 (2), G. Modesti '66 (7), R. Mur~hy '50 (2), R. Naten '84 (2), V. Neasham 52 (4), A. Sison '86, C. Stahl '87, T. Wallace '58 (2),]. Wall '62 (2) Other:]. Hardman '87, R. Morfeld '87, R. Schatz '50 (3), H. Thompson '58 SANTA BARBARA (2) Silver Delta Club: M. Peretti '88. A. Sexton '88 SIMPSON (2) Silver Delta Club: K. Dunba r '69 (16) Other: B. Brackney '69 (6) SOUTH CAROLINA (13) President's Club: W. Anderson '84 (5), C. Still '84 (3) Golden Delta Club: E. Ramos '83 (2) Silver Delta Club: B. Boveroux '86, R. Brancato '87, A. Bruner '86,j. Herron '88 (2), D. Keith '85 (2), W. Smoak '84 (3) Other: R. Alford '87, J. Buchanan '86, T. Schmoyer '88, M. ThIgpen '88 SOUTH DAKOTA (5) President's Club: P. Christiansen '75 (7) Golden Delta Club: R. Fostel' '83 (2) Silver Delta Club: M. Garry '81 (8), D. Loen '78 Other: P. Conlin '80 (4) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (1) President's Club: D. Maguire '73 (II)

Alumni giving to Fraternity, chapter and college is the key to D U educational success SOUTHWEST MISSOURI (6) Golden Delta Club: D. Blatner '86, B. Inm an '86 Silver Delta Club: j. Diersin\1 '84 (5), R. McCormick '81 (3) , M. Pohl 84 (2), M. Telscher '84 (4) STANFORD (21) Golden Delta Club: R. Allen '54 (16), D. Herrington '59 (6), M. Nelson '59 (18). 1. O'Conner '51 (10), S. Richmond '60 (5), ll. Schroeder '63 (8), j. Sheppard '51 (2) Silver Delta Club: ]. Cole '58 (6), R. Cookson '44 (3), D. CUller '51 (19), C. Emeis '34 (18), R. Flatland '46 (6), W. Hirst '40 (15), B. Hoffman '52 (7), H . Honsaker '59 (8), W. Honsaker '54 (7), S. Palmer '56 (8), G. Vall '4 1 (14), G. White '33 (18), B. Wilson '50 (7), G. Young '31 (4)

'6 1, K. Erlandson '52 (4), T. Finnell '57 (II), D. Fischel' '82, W. Freiert '5 1 (7), D. Ginsberg '81 (3), T. Gold '79 (4), O. Gregory '63 (6), M. C'rieco '87, j. Gunderson '46, J. Hartford '83 (2). P. Hassell '67, A. Hauck '44 (5). R. Hochman '85, E. Hoskins '50 (9), G. Janis '66 (6) , R. Keller '49 (3), R. Knight '61.J. Leachtnenauer '57 (3),1. Lea$aJ1S '59, j. Levy '82 (2), R. Lincoln "17 (3), r. Lohman '34 (7). P. Lurvey '72 (3), D. McDona ld '82, B. McLaughlin '58 (19), R. Melenbacker '45 (7), W. Namack '57 (12).]. Obenhoff '33 (19). L. Petersen '63, l Plash nick '88, S. Polo '83, j. Probstein 73 (3), K. Quinn '66 (2), C. Raffe '60 (6), L. Rhodes '57, D. Robitaille '82, C. Roth '86, E. Sackett '38 (2), T. Sherman '48 (16), R. Spelman '68 (3), R. Spinks '80, R. SI. Clair '31 (7), A. Stauderman '58 (7), K. Stein '83 (3), C. Stratton '32 (9), D. Thorn '7 1 (5), T. Valeo '65 (6), W. VanVoast '28 (4)

SWARTHMORE (32) President's Club: H. Hallowell '29 (18), T. Kershaw '60 (2), W. Lee '60, R. Sundt '50 (19), H. Taylor '27 (19) Golden Delta Club: T. Butler '35 (4), F. DeWitt '46 (15), E. Henderson '40, A. Johnson '27, D. Lee '47, M. Longshore '30 (17), S. Palmer '27 (19), C. Perry '73 (4), R. Schwertner '48 (17) Silver Delta Club: E. Arsht '51 (16), H. Bedolfe '74 (4), R. Browning '34, G. Brunner '83 (6), W. Coles '26 (5), P. Ebersole '61, M. Hallowell '61, D. Kuhnsman '82 (7), H. Mode '24, 1. More '82, K. Pitts '85 (3), T. Wieland '5B Other: M. Hubbard '85 (2), E. Perkins '49 (12), C. Pettit '43 (7), I. Provencio '87, H. Shaw '48 (6), R. Shore '87 SYRACUSE (123) President's Club: W. Ayars '56 (4), N. Cloutier '49 (2), 1. Dytman '7 1 (3), 1. Freyer '61, R. Haun '27 (10), R. Hollana '83 (6), W. Kagler '54 (14), C. Laidlaw '55 (4), D. McFarrane '52 (19), M. Milem '35 (9), j. Morse '57 (3), E. Salisbury '40 (9), 1. Simpson '40, W. Smeltzer '58 (12), R. Spry '40 (7), E. Strates '54 (13), O . Street '80 (2) Golden Delta Club: M. Balkind '83 (6), P. Barns '52 (2), P. Bayer '60 (7), D. Beckett '80 (2), E. Dixon '40 (19), R. Greenlaw '58 (8), G. Larson '83 (6), G. Ludwig '51 (6), 1. Lynd '35 (16), A. Mittelstaedt '58 (14), M. Reiser '68 (7), W. Ringwall '58 (15), R. Sack '82 (3), R. Scolaro '59 (3), H. Shepard '64 (3), A. SlOppelman '85 (2), S. Ten Barge '84 (3), R. Thorpe '60, M. Walsh '84 (5), W. Wilson '30 (12) Silver Delta Club: ]. Ackley '39 (5), R. Aikman '56 (9), G. Aiman '82 (4), A. Avallone '62 (3), B. Benjamin '69 (12), G. Bluhm '42 (11), P. Blume '88, W. Brown '57 (5), L. Bulson '68, D. Burbank '69, W. Conner '63, H. Conolly '48 (2), P. Cosenza '84 (5), R. Damm '58 (7), C. Decker '65, M. DeLancey '61, R. Eckardt '66 (9), T. Edwards

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Other: D. Brewer '33 (5), E. Burgess '49 (8), 1. BUllerfield '60 (4), D. Corcoran '65 (6), k. Carr '88, S. Cowan '87, J. Crxan '63 (5), J Curley '56 (2), W. Gunnell 38 (6), P. Kmne '14 (6), A. LeBois '40 (2). K. Lent '54 (5), M. Musicus '88, D. Reeder '86, A. Richards '82 (3), H. Ross '33 (2), W. Seaman '65 (2), G. Studor '42 (2), M. Whalen '85, A. Winig '86

DU Alumni Gift Levels

President's Club ' $100 + Golden Delta $50 and up Silver Delta $25 and up Other Donors Under $25 TECHNOLGY (63) President's Club: L. Armstrong '28 (18), G. Edmonds '26 (19), M. Hurst '70 (15), T. Jackson '71 (6), I. Jakobson '21 (18), S. Knudsen '36 (12), E. Stevens '27 (18), R. Wothe '58 (5) . Golden Delta Club: W. Babcock '41 (3), D. Beaman '38 (16), D. Breeden '72 (6), K. Carlson '77 (II), J. Ferry '39 (14), R. Hall '22 (18), G. HatCh '35 (6), E. Kavazanjian '73 (10), S. Martin '50 (14), F. Miller '23 (18), S. Richardson '79 (6), A. Turner '29 (6), M. Wheeler '35 (4), W. Wheeler '25 (10), S. Wood '69 (10), W. Woodward '40 (16),]. Zurbrigen '53 (13) Silver Delta Club: C. Brillon '33 (14), 1. Buell '56 (8), H. Butler '81 (5), H. Drab '09 (3), E. Ehrlich '55 (6), R. Gillette '36 (14), T. Hammerness '57, A. Hecht '52 (3), j. l~olcomb '84 (2), M. Huke '65 (9), B. Isaac '75 (9), G. Kelsch '87, M. Kenyon '58 (5), 1. Lawson '44 (5), R. LeBoeuf '88, D. Lindberg '39 (3), R. Mackintosh '53 (5), 1. Mitchell '78 (8), M. Moncavage '82 (5), D. Noble '81 (3), M. Pike '20 (9), R. Reichart

TEXAS (31) President's Club: ]. Allums '59 (9), j. Cox '63 (5), M. Mitchell '65 (19), R. Nager '75 (2), W. Nelson '59 (14) Golden Delta Club: R. Bryant '74 (5), W. Shurtleff '59, L. Waters '73 (11) Silver Delta Club: H, Adams '88,j. Bobbill '70 (7), W. Carroll '86, j. Cassell '70 (13), D. Edmiston '51 (2), P. Feeley '68, J. Holdridge '84 (2), C.Jones '80 (8), B. Kingsley '72 (4), R. MOI'gan '69 (3),]. Palmer '85 (5), C. PaPl'as '73 (2), A. Polser'65 (19), M. Rohde '68 (7), E. Smith '70, M. Swenson '75 (4), M. Tomsu '82 (5), S. Villarreal '52 (5), M. Whitty '84 (3), R. Wiley '49 (14) Other: 1. Dempsey '87, j. Dunlap '73 (II), T. Heins '65 (4) TEXAS TECH (4) Silver Delta Club: G. Moore '86, M. Tatum '85 Other: M. Grieco '86, R. Kretzler '87 TORONTO (31) President's Club: B. Clark '69 (13), W. Hunter '56, E. 1armain '30 (17), B. Lindley '35, W. Tipoft'86, j. Weir '43 (8), j. Westaway '34 (16) Golden Delta Club: T. Crowther '27, R. LeSueur '43, D. Moffat '58 (6), R. Pigoll '52, A. Pirone '82, D. Shrives '74, R. Taylor '38 (6), N. Wood '59 Silver Delta Club: J. Bell '61, G. Bowlby '49 (2), W. Carswell '49, T. Christi law '43, R. Duncombe '70 (2), T. Evans '54, E. Hickey '35 (3), W. Howland '36 (17), C. Humber '80, A. Jacobs '50, M. Kates '73, O. Linton '48 (4) , H. McCulloch '30 (11), C. O'Donovan '85 Other: D. Bates '45 (2), A. Dickson '32 (7)

TUFTS (53) President's Club: R. Bertagna '69, .I . Gaspar '86,]'Johnson '61, R. May '62 (13), D. Pite '85 (2) Golden Delta Club: C. Allard '65 (4), C. Beckman '63 (8), R. Carlson '48 (10), W. Casazza '77 (8),l Fernald ' 19 (3),l Fonda '5 1 (5), j. Galx 71 (9), D. Morse 42 (19), W. Polterton 28 (5), P. Toyias '79 (10) Silver Delta Club: L. Anderson '45, R. Bailey '51 (12), G. Brainerd '4 1 (4), E. Brouder '35 (2), E. Casabian '64 (13), 1.

Couture '57, E. Damon 'S7, E. Davis '52. P. Dolan '78 (2), P. Duffy '79, C. Erickson '64 (6), W. Heggie '85, J. Hu~hes '41 (3), S. Keohane '84 (2), G. Koch 87, A. Lederman '82 (2), W. McKinney '26 (19), M. Micciche '86, E. Murphr '51 (4), L. Pelosi '85" . Pite '86, E. Poore 43 (8), W. Priestly '32 2), M. Slaven '78 (5), G. Stewart '42 (8), T . Wilkinson '36 (8) Other:j. Adams '39 (7), W. Ar,lward '53 (2), K. Baker '86, O. Bramhall 35 (4), A. DelPesco '45 (5), M. Garneau '63, R. MacLean '60, S. Mason '34 (10), F. Tortorella '82 (5), R. Treiber '86, S. Valenti '86, H. Wilkinson '69 (17) TYLER (2) Silver Delta Club: D. Arnold '85 (2), W. Rodieck '86 UCLA (13) President's Club: E. Carter '32 (19), T. Henkle '50 (17), M. Rogers '33 (9)

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DU Annual Alumni Honor Roll A resume can be flat, but Delta Upsilon adds the third dimension to college education Golden Delta Club: S. Howard '41 (5), R. O'Neal '34 (16), D. Ridgway '26 (3), G. Robbins '26 (2) Silver Delta Club: W . Byerts '38 (2), C. Craig '39, A. Frink '38 (10), A. Hatch '35, D. Johnson '38 (2), A. Mancini '49 (17) UNION (44) President's Club: W . Grant '49 (18), H. Roth '30 (17), W. Thurber '33 (3), R. Tuthill '50 (4), W. Wallace '48 (13) Golden Delta Club:· R. Cooney '3 4, D. Forsy th '20, E. Freeman '25 (14), C. Jones '5 1 (6), G. Mill, '70, M. O'Meara '50 (12), H. O sborg '54 (8), T. Robinson '42 (19), R. Wisner '49 (3) Silver Delta Club: N. Botsford '54 (14), R. Bull '40 (4), j. Burton '70 (3), R. Cooch '43 (6), R. DeAngelus '57, C. Evans '62 (11), I. Gardeski '5 1 (15), C. Hanle '62 (19), W. }Iesse '49 (1 1), L. Hughes '46 (1 I), W.Jennings '32 (4), D. Klein '56 (12),1. LaFrance '88, T. Oppenheim '30 (3), T . Putman '52 (19), P. Shiptenko '61, R. Smit '87, j. Thompson '76 (4), J. Thompson '77 (4) Other: W. Bloomfield '54 (2), B. Bon~nno '77 (7), ~ . Dick '63 (2),,r. Donegan 87, C. Lasher 42, S. Lerman 86, K. Merz '69 (3), J. Niblock '50 (3), R. Obremski '59, C. Olson '36 (16), E. Triebel '63 (7) VIRGINIA (44) President's Club: M. Ashbury '27 (5), T. McConchie '51 (6), o. Pollock '5 1 (18), W. Reusing '62 (18) Golden Delta Club: D. Barbour '77, S. Bissell '41 (5), W. F.·itz '42 (4), W. Hu ghes '75 (2), T. Linville '26 (8), A. S'lUfley '54 (6), G. Shelton '38 ( I4),J. Shumate '28 (8), H. T empleton '67 (13) , J. Tilton '40 (7) Silver Delta Club: M. Ashbury '54 (13), I· Bremer '65 (2), W. Brookhart '7 I (3), R. "l3urk '34 (2), H. Burke '45 (5), M. Child '78 (4), j. Copenhaver '50 (11), A. DeMaria '58 (8), G. Ferrell '70 (8), O. Flippen '29 (12), R. Hastings '41 (5), E. Hutchlllson '65 (4), G. Jones '32 (8), S. King '69 (13), B. McKin ley '87, j. Pence '75 (14) , R. Ramey '51 (9), G. Salle '29 (2), F. Straton '55 (17), W. Updike '63 (1 I), E. Wooldridge '67 (2), j. Young '50 (7), K. Zeisler '42 (12) Other: J. Alexa nder '56 (3), J. Barr '64 (2), M. Go lden '88, L. Lundberg '56 (7), T. Nea le '74 (2), W. Robi nson '85, W. Rusch '53 VIRGINIA TECH (4) Golden Delta Club: D. Slack '87 Silver Delta Club: M. Feuchter '88, \V. Newman '86, M. Wulff '87

WASHINGTON (90) President's Club: C. Beebe '35 (17), A. Clifford '35 (17), C. Clifton '35 (17), D. Cozart '87, A. Dams '61 (2), J. Eyler '69 (11), R. Fa!;an '52 (13), D. Haggen '53 (6), K. Kaneta 59 (19), R. Martin '59 (19), G. McCush '23 (1 1), T. McKay '50 (6), R. Meier '73 (16), I. Morford '51 (11), G. Putnam '39 ( 18), B. Raskin '86 (3), N. Scott '25 (11), W. Scott '30 (19), J. Tennefoss '48 (2), P. Tuohy '53 (16), L. Uh·ich '40 (18), E. Wright '34 (14), R. Young '33 (9) Golden Delta Club: H. Bargreen '66 (II), C. Byles '25 (18), W. Cole '43 (4), D. Hansen '72, R. Harris '49 (19), R. H oppe '63 (2) , J . Jalbert '67 (3), I. Lyman '67 (4), A. Osborne '45 (7), J. Sidor '84 (2), S. Woodyard '34 (15) Silver Delta Club: C. Aaberg '73 (8), R. Bailey '6 1 (10), A. Bergesen '55 (3), R. Bibb '44 (17), D. Brewer '70 (3), R. Bryan '56 (4), R. Clift '61 (4), K. Coffinger· '86, D. Comstock '83 (6), M. Comstock '82 (5), I. Drumheller '28 (2), W. Eiford '52 (2), L. Estes '50 (8), D. Fall '34 (10), B. Fortier '87, F. Guberlet '40 (4), G. Harris '71 (11), G. Hayton '74 (10), T. Hendri"kson '67 (5), S. Hoff '85 (2), R. H oldridge '54 (3), E. lanes '50 (9), R. LaBerge '87, R. Lamphere 49 (3), I. Ledlie '49, A. Majewski '85 (4), J . Marshall '42 (18), C. Moore '82 (3), D. Morford '56 (I6),.C. Muller '74 (2), D. Nielsen '60 (3), R. Olsen '56 (3), C. Reichelt '53 (13), R. Robinson '59 (4), T. Rosenquist '69 (8), B. Sundt '8 1 (2), T. Torset '85 (3), D. Waters '39 (4), M. White '79 (3) Other: R. Bienenfeld '72 (5), R. Duncan '66 (3), J. Fuller '86 (2), D. Habib '86, C. Huffine '29 (18), D. Johnson '8 1 (2), R. Olson '61 (10), D. Pasquini '65 (4), M. Pate

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'36 (2), M. Patten '19 (15), D. Pla)'tcr '85 (2), D. Ravander '86, J. Reber '66 (5), H. Smith '43 (6), M. Thomas '86 (2), D. Waggoner '66 (2), R. West '87 WASHINGTON and LEE (12) Golden Delta Club: H. Huster '32 (4) Silver Delta Club: R. Colton '64, S. Faulk '40, R. Finn '38 (6), M. Kelsex '38 (3), C. Longacre '33 (11 ), A. Moss '35 (3), P. Muller '55 (8), S. Person '57, C. Price '37 (2), B. Riddle '50 (8) Other: L. Lawrence '59 (8) WASHINGTON STATE (43) President's Club: G. Albert '74 (4), ). Bills '74 (1 1), R. Brandenburg '55 (9), K. Bur!l '50 (l9),j. Enders '39 (I!J), 0.10hnson 39 (19), B. McEachran '69 (3), 1'. Novotney '74 (11), D. Rothrock '69 (9), G. Studle '57 (18) Golden Delta Club: L. Amos '68 (I I), R. Carrell '76 (3), D. Forseth '71, D. Hambelton '75 (4), E. Miley '35 (5) Silver Delta Club: E. Babbitt '79, R. Bayless '77 (3), L. Berry '55 (3), B. Clark '75 (5), J. Dahlquist '87 , D. Duffy '37 (13), R. Hunte r '50 (13), E. Jaynes '39, P. McConnell '83 (4), M. Menard '80 (2), B. Monson 'S7, V. tvlorcman '63 (5), !vl. Nelsen '71 (6), C. Oelschlaeger '74 (2), M. Rowe '78 (3), D. Smith '85 , P. Stalleop '38 (5), R. Wiggs '50 (3) Oiher: W. Bachtold '35 (7), H. Brown '25 (5), H. Butherus '36 (16), R. Cox '84 (2), K. Ha.·ding '73 (3), C. Kurtak '42 (4), H. Leipham '27 (8), G. Lewis '43 (10), C. Little 'S5, W. Stockman '86 WESLEY AN (5) President's Club: R. Anderson '20 (8) Silver Delta Club: 1'. B.·idges '37 (10), Gibbud '33 (4), M. Rehill '38, C. Walter 23 (8)

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WESTERN ILLINOIS (9) President's Club: B. Peterson '74 (7) Golden Delta Club: J. Goulart '80 (4) Silver Delta Club: B. Bruegge.· '75 (10), R. Gruenig '85 (3), R. Hrubec '74, G. Kopp '75 (4), T. Polaski '80 Other: J. Sc hultz '86, D. Zuidema '86

Other: j. Arm)'as '87, I. Lecky '37 (3), R. Malcolm '52 (2), W. Ollerhead '29 (6), H. Robinson '50 (11), M. Taylor '87 WESTERN RESERVE (41) President's Club: A. Bakaitis '62 (3), L. Buckingham '17 (17), L. Pietro '49 (5), C. Sisler '46 ( 18), A. Ventresca '53 (16), W. Wilmore '46 (19) Golden Delta Club: J. Angelotta '45 (17), R. Bowen '48 (4), D. Bray '50 (1 1), H. Herkner '35, R. Irvin '38 (8), P.Jones '23 (13), H. Zi lli '53 (8) Silver Delta Club: L. Berg '59 (4), D. Bradt '85 (4), C. Cookson '5 1 (19), C. Fielden '47 (2), W. Katzenmeyer '36 ( 18), G. Kish '63 (3), W. Lytle '40 (5), K. Marvin '28 (3),r Monaco '80 (6), R. Phelps '4 1 (8), .J. Ries 41 (14), R. Soltis '8 1 (2), P. Stetzelberger '23 (8), E. Va ivoda '69 (3), R. Wagne.· '37 (4) Other: H. Barnholt '40 (5), W. Bayless '33 (1 I), J. Becher '66 (6), C. Bizga '69 (2), Bloch '45 (8), M. Bucciarelli '87, T. Cooper 5 1 (15), D. Gruber '5 2, R. Johnson '32 (7), A. Nakanishi '78 (7), J. North '34 (18), J. Sabo '67 (7), R. Sampson '50 (3)

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WICHITA (23) President's Club: H. Cardwell '28, C. Grauel '66 (7), E. Hutchinson '43 (19), R. Lemmon '62 Silver Delta Club: L. Ambler '68, J . Bottenfield '29 (13), M. Cougher '7 1, W. Elrick '63 (5), W. Frazier '53 (5), G. Hampton '79 (8),J. Hull '82, W. Klaver '36 (4), D. L.. ham '79 (5), I. Little '58 (9), D. R.. pp '70, C. Starks 'go6 Other: D. Ca.·pente.· '81 (5), T. Fishe r '87 , I. Kucharo '65 (7), J. Meek '74 (2), R. Reeil y '34 (2), R. Robenson '32 (2), H. Witt '84 (2) WILLIAMS (18) President's Club: H. McGregor '40 (19) Golden Delta Club: W. Adsit '30 (10), A. Tolson '35 (3), C. Whitbeck '33 (7), F. Wishart '36 (3) Silver Delta Club: R. Bankes '66 (9), D. Baruch '32 (3), j. Bohnet '38 (10), D. Clarke '30 (13), H. Culver '39, A. Ellis '36 ( I5),J. Hay '48 (10), J. Lynn '36.(11), J. Pilgrim '60 ( 15), O. Svenson '50 (8), A. Vose '35 (6)

Other: j. Gepson '65 (17), R. Rowland '33 (19) WESTERN MICHIGAN (22) President's Club: W. Butler '6 1 (16), G. Hale '52 (19) Golden Delta Club: J. Davidson '59 (7), I. Forrest '73 (6), J. Rawlinson '73 (6), T. liullivan '65 (2) Silver Delta Club: D. Bidwell '61 (3), B. Eblin g '55 (6), W. Gebhardt '6 1 (12), D. Kanemori '66 (18), M. Long '67 (2), R. Lotero '68 (15), J. Malloch '60 (7), E. Perr), '76 (10), M. Quinn '69, B. Ridley '69 (5), T. Smith '69 (10), R. Smolarski '70 (10), 1.. VanderBeek '56 (7), J. Yates '71 (3) Other: T. Coleman '70 (3), J. Frego '64

WILMINGTON (1) Other: E. Sheneman '78 (2) WISCONSIN (110) President's Club: R. Adler '46 (18), J. Anderson '58 (8),J. Buist '53 (9), D. Chamberlin '69, R. DiRenzo '50 (18), I. Doug;las '39 (18), B. Ebert '63 (3), H. Folsom 30 (18), R. Forester '3 1 (19), M. Fulscher '65 (8), C. Hinners '69 (3), C. 1acobus '50 (14), R.Jacobus '5 1 (17), C. Nelson '27 (19), W. Nesbi tt '76 (12),1- Rewey '59, R. Ridolfi '70 (4), P. Stowe 28 (11), R. Waleisa k '74 (12) Golden Delta Club: R. Allman '58 (8), M. Baer '80 (4),J. Bernd '55 (6), A. Bryant '64 (5), G. Camberis '78 (10), R. Caspe r '65 (5), G. Day '4 1 (2), D. Fohr '73 (6),j. Forester '33 (12), D. Habig-hom '65 (19), J. Harris '72 (8), D. Leichtfuss '58, J. McGehee '38 (19), T. McGlynn '40 (3), D. Meyers '77 (9), S. Miller '70 (16), W. Murr,hy '28 (14), G. Sellery '24 (4), C. Sirotkin 41 (11), E. Solomon 31 (11), H. Stevens '28 (10), C. Thomas '59 (7), T. Tormey '32 (9), W. Trachsel '59 (18) Silver Delta Club: D. Ande.·son '48 (7), C. Aring '48 (I6),J. Ashbrook '38, H. Bills '57 (9), W. Blatz '63 (4), T. Bluett '53 (3) , M. Campagna '85 (4), G. Day '70 (4), W. Day '43 (4), M. Diebold '25 (13), 1. Dingee '34 (7), P. Elmes '87, F. Field '3 1 (2), R. Godfrey '54 (4), V. Guenther '25 (12), C. Herro '43 (19), E. Hipke '56 (2), H . Hogan '4 1 (6), M. Hornung '80 (3),J. Houdek '88, R. Howard '40 (11), A . Hugunin '67 (8), H. Kalt '64 (4), W. Kellett '22 (2), j. Klein '43, D. Kleven '61 (3), W. Kolbert '85, S. Lingren '88, M. Loka ), '88, R. McLimans '68 (10), W. Murray '64 (7), D. Nickolai '42 (3), R. Salzwedel '62 (9), L. Seno '71, T. Smart '76 (9), L. Spickard '20 (17), J. Spindler '43 (8), Stack '60 (4), J. Stein '84 (4), M. Stevens 23 (9), H. Terwilliger '36 (7), E. Thomas '28 (2), R. Thompson '67 (12), F. Trubshaw '43 (11), M. Truebenbach '56 (5)'J. Ullrich '37 (19), D. Viere~ '42 (4), D. inson '59 (9), F. Winding ',I (4), R. Wittig '62 (15), P. Zahn '85, G. Zentner '64, L. Zielsdorf '67 (3) Other: D. Anderson '48 (2), P. Desnoyers ' 16 (19), S. Edgerton '40 ( 13), K. Gunderson '87, W. Kirschbaum '57 (5), P. Kruger '88, B. Kurth '88, P. Manin '50 (5), R. O'Neill '78 (5), C. Roup '67 (10), W. Schwarting '51 (2), I. Sippel '70 (11), R. Uehlin g '76 (4), M. Weleh '83 (2)

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WESTERN ONTARIO (73) President's Club: T. Archibald '58, W. Barton '45 (12), A. Biggs '59, C. Clark '74 (4), J. Craig '82, B. D.xon '86, D. Girvan '66, W. G.·een be.·g '73 (9), G. Gunn '60 (3), R. Ivey '47, Y. Kalopsis '83, C. Knight '55, R. MacDonald '68, R. MOOl·e '52, R. Powadiuk '68, R. Roberts '55 (10), F. Sherrin '62 (4), M. S.apleton '37, M. Warden '50 (8), J. Wilson '80 (5) Golden Delta Club: R. Bandeen '52, T. Brown '60, B. Burgess '68 (3), H . Burkman '76 (II), J. Cluff '7 4 (12), A. Conway '40 (4), P. Dick '80, W. Ewener '41, W. Fraser '34 (12), B. Grange.· '60, R. Hall '50 (7), T. Hrivnak '72 (6), T. Lawson '35, W. Lewis '5 1 (17), R. Martin '56, A. McKay '59 (8), Orr '40 (12), R. Preston '65, I. Schofield 54, D. Seed '77 Silver Delta Club: R. Aldis '45, R. Brown '59, G. Cald well '52 (12), L. Falco '80, J. Fraser '33, A. Graham '60 (9), J. G.·ee nstein '87, K. Ha), '56 (3), D. Hind '5 4, E. Hodgins '45, P. Hughes '75, W. Hull '5 1 (5), I. Kiar '88, A. Kolibac '59 (2), G. Mackie '64 (5), P. Main '64, D. McRae '6 1,J. Mitchell '39, K. Mooney '40, I. MumfOl·d '77, A. Querney '54 (10), D. Rudd '51 (9), M. Saralinchin '74 (7), R. Stewart '62, D. Tanko '82, T. Tylians '74, P. Weir '81

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Reports of births, deaths and marriages received at Fraternity Headquarters through September 8,1989:

Marriages Bradley '87 - David K. Tern berg and Kathy Griffin in Peoria, Illinois on May 27,1989. Brown '86 - Bernard E, Rehberg, Jr, and Holly Bran'd t on JlU1e 10, 1989. . Fresno '87 - James A. Page and Melody Northway on June 9, 1989. Illinois '87 - Todd C. Burns and Patti L. Brousilin Hoffman Estates, Illinois, on July 8, 1989. Iowa '81 - Ronald R. Cizek and Julie K. Corrigan in Hastings, Michigan on April 15, 1989. Maryland '88 - David W. Diggs and Andrea Hope Frock on March 18,1989. Michigan State' '72 - Jerry E. Oldford and April G. Wood in Dearborn, Michigan on April 15, 1989. Continued on next page DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

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Nebraska '86 - David W. Nuckolls and Leslie A. Christensen in Lincoln, Nebraska on February 18,1989. Purdue '77 - Gerald W. Pullen and Beverly Kaye Williams in Louisville, Ken tucky on August 12,1989.

Births Baylor '80 - Mr. and Mrs. Barry M. McCoy of Duncanville, Texas, a daughter, Krista Suzanne, on May 31,1989. Bradley '78 - Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kilbane of Hinsdale, Illinois, a son, John Michael, on February 16, 1989. Bradley '82 - Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Henderson of Carrollton, Texas, a son, Adam Michael on September 28, 1986 and a son, Nicholas John on March 7, 1989. Florida '84- Mr. and Mrs. Ed win A. Book IV of G ~inesville, Florida, a son, Daniel Edwin Alexander on May 18, 1989. Georgia Tech '80 - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LaSalle, Jr. of Jessup, Georgia, a son, Adam Nicholas on June 6, 1989. Kansas State '77 - Mr. and Mrs. James W. Swenson of Sacramento, California, a boy, Kenneth William II on May 17, 1989. Massachusetts'82-Mr.andMrs. VincentT. Todd, Jr. of South Boston, Massachusetts, a daughter, Kristen McPherson, on August 15,1989. Michigan '81 - Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Comerford, Jr. of New York City, a son, Philip Michael III, on May 5,1989. Northern Iowa '85 - Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Laylin of Kansas City, Missouri, a daughter,Mollie Catherine, on January 17,1989. Oklahoma '83 - Mr. and Mrs. Joel K. Oldham IV of Charlotte, North Carolina, a daughter, Arbor Killian, on June 25,1989. Southern Illinois '76 - Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Jacobson of Chicago, Illinois, a son, Stuart Patrick, on August 31,1988. Syracuse'80-Mr.andMrs. R.Joseph Spinks III of Eden, New York, twin daughters, Rebecca Ruth and Emily Elizabeth, on May 14, 1989. Wichita '81 - Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Johnson of Osceola, Indiana, a son, Kelly Douglas, on June 6, 1988.

Correction The Quarterly erroneously reported the deaths of Donald H. Amick, Rutgers '51, and H. J. Hager, Rutgers '51. We apologize for these errors and regret any inconvenience they may have caused .

Obituaries ALBERTA Fred N . Miller '35, November, 1987. F. E. L. Priestley '30, taught at University of British Columbia and University of Toronto, May 11, 1988. D. Oifton Prowse '50, served with RCAF during WW II, and appeal judge for over 15 years, July 25, 1988. AMHERST Hugh B. Campbell '29, retired Senior Judge

of the N.C. Court of Appeals, August 5, 1989. M. J. Vickerman, Sr. '39, May 1, 1989. BOWLING GREEN John D. Kesig '79, former chapter president, June, 1989. BROWN Robert E. Miller '50, May 17, 1989. CALIFORNIA DonaldN. Anderson '24, athletic director for San Diego Athletic Club for 35 years, June 4,1989. "Jot T. Carpenter '33. CARNEGIE Albert E. Thornquist '29, May 1, 1989. CHICAGO Gregory P. Beaver '60, May 27,1989. COLGATE Russell C. Doyle '33, president of Doyle, Kitchen McCormick advertising agency in New York, January 30,1989. Walter N. Thayer '31, former president of The New York Herald Tribune, received his law degree from Yale, March 4, 1989. CORNELL George B. DuBois '27, September 25, 1988. Michael R. Gatje '61, May 29,1989. Raymond L. Grant '30, July 2, 1988. Paul J. LaRochelle '51, dentist, Nov. 12, 1988. John M . Luther '32, retired aeronautical engineer, November 3,1988. William J. Morgan '52, October, 1988. DARTMOUTH R. E. Oberlin '44. DEPAUW Raymond R. Benson '44, retired owner of Red Carpet Car Wash in Santa Barbara, December 1, 1988. HAMILTON Herman A. Stackhouse '28, May 2,1989. ILLINOIS Thomas W. Samuels '09, May 30,1989. INDIANA George H . Chase '39. Charles Hoover '39. IOWA Elbert S. Estey '39, June 13,1989. IOWA STATE Robert R. Joslin '47, April 15, 1989. KANSAS Robert H. Forney '21, May, 1989. William T. Noel '31, retired a ttorney and title insurance executive, June 13, 1989. Norman Westlund '25. KANSAS STATE N . Duane Blehm '74, June 6, 1988. KENT STATE Robert L. Gibson '53. Frank Hudacek '53. Joseph E. Mersnik '62. Gale K. Ward '55. LAFAYETTE "Andrew C. Skvoretz '47. LEHIGH Edward L. Forstall '20, retired mechanical engineer for Bell Telephone of Pa., August 3,1989. LOUISVILLE William R. Elliott, Sr. '49, retired salesman of institutional foods with Arrow-Sysco Food Systems, July 27, 1989. Continued on next page

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Preside nt Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 (Vice Chairman ) SUlro & Co., Inc. 20 1 Californi a St reet San Francisco, Ca liforn ia 94111 C hair man of the Boal-d H. Karl Huntoon, Illino is '72 39 13 15th Street, Suite D Moli ne, Illinois 6 1265 Secretar y

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Macomb, Illinois 61 455 Assistant Secreta ry Rich ard M. Holland, SYI-acuse '83 II Church Street #3 15 Salem , Massachusetts 01 970 T reas u rer John B. Parks, DePau w '63 3285 So uth 975 East Plea sant View Church Road Zi o nsvill e, l nd iana 46 07 7 Directo rs Jerry L. Bobo, Hou ston '77 3 131 T imm o ns La ne #24 1 Ho uston, Texas 77027 (199 1) Richard N. Brandenburg, ' Vashin gton State

77 f8 ~~ars~~itnB~~~e:5~ . E. Seattle, Was hin gto n 98 11 5 (1990) Bro. Craig J. Franz, F.S.C., Buckn ell '75 ROl1calli Center 65 19 N. Twelfth Street Philadelphia, Penns),lvania 19 126 (199 1) Steven J. Gerber , North ern Illi nois '68 352 Tichenor Avenue So uth O ra nye, New J er se), 07079 (1990)

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AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST MANITOBA Alfred T. Grantham '29, October 26, 1988. MCGILL Ian H . Fraser '50, president of Fraser Bros. Ltd., July 30,1989. 'Doug G. McCormick '34. 'Paul H. McCormick '33. MIAMI Carl C. Crell '49, May 14, 1989. Bennett T. Sandefur '39, former professor of geology and director of WW II Miami Navy training program, January 12, 1989. MICHIGAN Nicholas A. Spewock '62, computer engineer, Electronic Data Systems Corp., February 25,1989. Terry A. Thompson '72, October 19, 1987. MICHIGAN STATE Edward C. Bartl '65, May 20,1989. MIDDLEBURY W. Eddy Heath '21, January 15, 1989. MINNESOTA Hiram F. Brown '22, owner Carleton Screw Machine Products, June 13,1989. John R. Carlson '38, May 11, 1989. Merle S. Else '40, March or April, 1989. Daniel H. Gall '84. MISSOURI George T. Farrell '56, August 30, 1989. Ernest L. Glasscock '27, July 21,1989. John R. MacRae '39, July 6,1989. NORTHERN IOWA Robert J. Belson 70, Decemb er 30,1988.

OHIO STATE 'Willard H. McDermott' 47. Michael N . Vuchnich '34, retired Canadian chairman of Lincoln Electric Co., Ltd., July 18, 1989. OKLAHOMA Robert R. Eckart, Jr. '41, May 27,1989. OREGON STATE Edward C. Lunda '28, December 3,1988. PENNSYLVANIA STATE Howard W. Green '30, April 7,1989. PURDUE Charles H . Fox '49, May 19, 1989. Gordon T. Hazard '49, retired from Hewett Packard, June 16,1989. ROCHESTER Joseph R. Jay '41, November 21, 1988. RUTGERS Fred B. Loede '50. Robert M. Patton '37, retired chairman of the board of Davon, Inc., August 12, 1989. George F. Romano '49. SAN JOSE James Phillips '51. STANFORD George W. Tackabury, Jr. '26, June 2,1989. SWARTHMORE H . Thomas Hallowell, Jr. '29, president, SPS ' Technologies, August 7,1989. TECHNOLOGY William H . Hamilton '26, retired hydroelectric engineer for U. S. Bureau of Reclamation and Stone & Webster Engineering Corp., May 1, 1989. Moses B. Pike '20, March 13, 1989. TORONTO Frank F. Hutchison ' 26, May, 1989. UNION Eugene R. Ferraro '49, retired owner of Lynn's Hallmark Shop, Fayetteville, N.C. Harold N. Lowe '26, retired secretary /treasurer James E. Lowe & Sons Inc., January 22,1989.

William J. McCarthy '65, manager, Green Harbor Marina boating supplies store, March 30, 1989. HemyV. Schaad, Jr. '54, member of marketing management staff at Eastman Kodak, June 2, 1989. Marshall H . Wood '27, retired medical director at IBM, April 3, 1989. WASHINGTON Stephen L. Brown, Sr. '30, January 26, 1989. Ward H. Ellis '28, architect, April 26, 1989. Richard O. Kwapil '27. Daniel N. Goff '61. WASHINGTON STATE Manley R. Sackett '29, February 23, 1989. WICHITA Albert P. Blase '28, January 30,1988. Roy B. Chipps '27, February 13, 1989. P. Randolph Craw '85, April, 1989. WISCONSIN WilliamJ. Grede '19, a leading area manufacturer and past president of the NationalManufacturer's Association and ' of the International YMCA a participant in many other charitable, civic and church activities, June 5,1989.

'The Post Office has notified us of the death of these Brothers. If the information is in error, please advise as soon as possible. Please send reports to Vital Statistics, Delta Upsilon Fraternity, 8705 Founders Road, P.O. Box 68942, Indianapolis IN 46268-0942. Facsimile messages may be sent to 317-8761629. When sending a report, please report the date and location of death, if known, and your relationship to the deceased. This helps in the event verification of records is required.

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Winspear continues 'fun of finance'

BTOther Winspear, in a photo taken for the Quarterly by his wife, Harriett .

"Finance is fun!" This phrase recurs through Out Of My Mind (Morriss, Victoria, B.C., 2nd ed., 1988), the autobiography of Francis G. Winspear, Alberta '38, as he recounts the pleasures of building one of Canada's most successful accounting firms. It also captures the spirit of what Brother Wins pear has been able to accomplish as the result of his genius in financial management. Through the Wins pear Foundation, he has supported the arts, higher education and social needs in Western Canada. And his interests in the welfare of Western Canada led to his support of the formation of the Reform Party, which has had some early electoral success. Formed firm during Depression

That accounting can be fun is illustrated well in Brother Winspear's recollections of the formation of his firm in February 1930. Though not the most auspicious date in terms of world economic health, the times held opportunity for a man unafraid to build a practice. He struck out on his own after revitalizing the practice of a more established firm's Edmonton office. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

He built his reputation through new concepts in cost accounting, machine bookkeeping and cooperative contacts with banks and lawyers. An appointment to teach advanced accounting at the University of Alberta led to a steady stream of young accountants who learned from Wins pear and often joined his firm . As the firm grew, Brother Winspear was able to extend its practice across Canada, and later into several other na"tions. Much of its success grew from the firm's ability to take over a struggling manufacturing operation, improve management, attract needed capital and financing, and then sell at the peak of the industry's business cycle. His success brought the demands of society, which called upon him to serve his nation in wartime

as an agent of the Custodian of Enemy Property. His business reputation also brought an opportunity to serve the national Chamber of Commerce, and he was President of that organization in 1950. He also served on the Private Planning Association of Canada and the Economic Council of Canada. 'Things to be done' In writing that "no man should be satisfied with only one career," it is clear Brother Wins pear has followed his own advice. "For a while after I retired from the firm I had created I was over-sentimental and discouraged .... But I must not get nostalgic. Never look back. There are things to be done," h~ wrote. He had attained some affluence. By forming the Wins pear Foun(continued on next page)

New DU watch styles available Alumni and parents of DU undergraduates are being offered a chance to purchase one of three new Delta Upsilon official watch designs. Shown above, the watches are available for purchase through mailings which should reach you by mid-October. The Fraternity receives a portion of the sales price, and the more watches purchased, the more DU receives per watch!

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From left: Dave Johnson, Derek Dunham (seated), Rich Bess; Jeff Dempsey and Bryan Poynter

5 men join DU traveling staff Delta Upsilon's professional staff has several new members, ready to aid undergraduate and alumni chapters this fall. As reported in the April issue, Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois '88, became Director of Chapter Services on June 1. He succeeds Andrew M. Dunham, San Jose '86, who is beginning graduate studies at the University of Northern Colorado. Two men from large, successful Midwestern chapters will be directing DU's programs for Alumni Chapters and for growth. Bryan Poynter, DePauw '89, will be Alumni Chapter Director, responsible for programs and services for the teams of alumni which advise and sustain chapters of Delta Upsilon . Jeff Dempsey, Nebraska '89, will be Expansion Director, having charge of reviving dormant and establishing new DU chapters, and helping existing chapters to improve rush and retention efforts, thus increasing average chapter size. Three Leadership Consultants will travel fulltime to visit DU chapters and colonies for the coming academic year. M. Dave Johnson, Colorado '89, was secretary, vice president and president of his chapter. During that time, the chapter's membership grew stead-

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ily and Colorado made strong efforts in reducing hazing and alcohol-centered problems. Dave authored an excellent Secretary's Guide, shared with many DU chapters. He was' also first vice president of IFC and a Student Union Election Commissioner. Derek N . Dunham, North Dakota '89, was also president of his chapter. During his ten\1re, DU at North Dakota recaptured first place in chapter PGA, which it had lost for the first time in more than a decade, and improved chapter rush and administration. Among his many campus activities was service

as chairman of the Board of Student Publications, and he won several advertising and marketing competitions. Richard F. Bess, SanJose '89, became President of his chapter during a time when improved administration was needed - and he got the job done. He had previously been an active member of chapter committees and got the chapter back on track with better planning and goal setting. Rich represents a growing number of men who started their studies at a junior college and then earned their bachelor's degree at a state university.

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camps; facilities, teaching and research in higher education and the Faculty Club at the University of Alberta; social needs such as programs for the elderly, single parents and needy children, the symphony and opera companies in Victoria and Edmonton, the Winspear Concert Hall in Edmonton, and many other projects. The Reform Party arose from concern over equal treatment for Canadian provinces and peoples, the makeup of the Senate, language issues, the national debt and constitutional concerns.

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dation, he hoped to solve "the problem of how to use the money wisely" to assist many worthy projects. His experience heading the United Appeal in Edmonton, and on projects benefiting the blind, readied him for his own Foundation's activities. Among the projects it has supported are youth

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When you want to remember your days in Delta Upsilon. think of quality jewelry crafted by Burr. Patterson and Auld Co .â&#x20AC;˘ the official jeweler of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. The jewelry items displayed here are crafted from 10-karat gold. or are Golkladâ&#x201E;˘ (gold-plated). Official DU badges. lapel pins. rings. lavaliers and other personal items show that DU is a permanent part of your life. Use the order form on page 124 to order your special personal Delta Upsilon keepsakes today Official Badges Bl - DU Badge in 10k, $55, or Golklad, $35. B2 - Crown Pearl with 3 rubies, 10k, $125. B3 - Crown Pearl with 3 sapphires, 10k, $125. B4 - Crown Pearl (11 pearls, not shown), 10k, $98. BG 1 - Coat of arms guard with chain, 10k, $39, Golklad, $24. BD 1 - President's dangle, $19. Lapel Pins. Sweetheart Badges LPI - Monogram, Golklad, $5. LP2 - Staggered, Golklad, $5. LP25 or LP50 (not shown) - 25and 50-year pins, Golklad, $19. SI - 10k, $48; Golklad, $19. S2 (12 pearls) - 10k, $78. LavaUers (chain included) Ll - Greek letters; L2 - Heart

with letters; L3 - Circle with letters. Each 10k, $44 each. Official DU Rings. All 10-karat Rl - Onyx oval, $225 . . R2 - Small Arms, $225. R3 - Encrusted letters, $225 . . R4 - Brushed gold/crest, $225. R5 - Onyx barrel, $225. Official DU Ties - 100% Silk Tl: Four-color woven Small Arms on navy. T2: Repp - Old Gold and Sapphire Blue on mid-night. $25 each. 2-week delivery. Cufflinks in 10-karat gold. CL: Full Coat of Arms gleams from a polished gold 13/16" circle. $64. Key Chain in Golk1ad. KC: Full Coat of Arms decorates a durable key chain. $19. Use order form on page 124.

Special Ring Selection (Below) Rings from previous official jewelry supplier, whole and half sizes 8 through 11 only; limited supplies but immediate delivery. Specify one of three styles (left to right): RR 1 - DU letters encrusted in blue stone; RR2 - Coat of arms on black onyx; RR3 - Coat of arms signet ring (reverse encised design). $225.

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