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The Promotion of Friendship The Development of Character The Diffusion of Liberal Culture The Advancement of Justice


The QuarterlyApplauds

The brothers of the North Carolina State Chaper proudly pose for the photographer after being chartered as the 122nd chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.

Trustees of the Delta Upsilon Education Foundation met in April to review plans and programs for the year. Seated, left to right, O . Edward Pollock, Harold W. Taylor, Edwin L. English, W . D.Watkins and James C. McLeod. Standing are Bruce S. Bailey, Orville H. Read, J. Paul McNamara, Herbert E. Smith, Terry L. Bullock, LeRoy Parsons, former director Richard Trenkmann and executive director W. A. Butler, Jr.


Delta Upsilon Quarterly July, 1977.

Volume 95 - Number 3

Mailed on June 21, 1977 OFFICERS PRESIDENT-W. D. Watkins, North Cllrolina '27, (Vice-Chairman) P. O. Box 13592. Golden Gate Station, Greensboro, North Carolina 27405 CHAIRMAN OF THE jBOARD-O. Edward Pollock Virginia '51, Director of Development, Wright State University, Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio 45431 VICE-PRESIDENTSBertel 'V. Antell, Cornell '28, One Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201 D. Bruce Decker, Western Ontario '51, Emco Wheaton Inc., P. O. Box 688, Conneaut, Ohio 44030 Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34, 803 North DuPont Road, Westover Hills, Wilmington, Delaware 19807 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29, 88 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 SECRETARY-Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52, Krieg DeVault Alexander & . Capehart, 2860 Indiana Nationa l Bank Tower, One Indiana Square, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

'REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT Alumni Make the Vital Difference It was a pleasure to install a new Delta Upsilon chapter at North Carolina State University, Raleigh this past April. This fine new chapter has accomplished a great deal in a short time, and we have expectations that they will continue that high level of achievement in the days ahead_ Especially notabi e was the help and cooperation that we received from the University and Delta Upsilon alumni in the area as well as from other Delta Upsilon chapters. I hope that you will answer the call to help your own chapter or building a new one when it comes. Without alumni help there would be few new chapters.

'T REASURER-Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65, Pendleton Banking Company, 100 State Street, Pendleton, Indiana 46064 ASSISTANT TREASURER-Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46, Moseley, Hallgal'ten & Estabrook, Inc., Suite 2830, One Indiana Square, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 DIRECTORS Terry J. Brady, Missouri '62, Gage & Tucket路, 1000 Bryant Building, 1102 Grand Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri 64106 (1977) The Honorable Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61, Judge of the District Court, Shawnee County COUl路thouse, Topeka, Kansas 66603 (1977) Frederick R. Ford, Purdue '58, 160 Creighton Road, West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 (1978) Wendell L. Richards, Oklahoma State '77, 10133 East 29th, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74129 (1977 ) PAST PRESIDENTS Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington '17 William F. Jones, Nebl'aska '27 Arad Riggs, DePauw '26 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State '18 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Hal'rY W. McCobb, Michigan '25 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 James C. McLeod, Middlebury '26 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR , Wilford A. Butler, Jr., CAE LEADERSHIP CONSULTANTS Craig R. Campbell Edwin D. Crane Mark L. Marshall QUARTERLY EDITOR W. A. 'Bulter, Jr., CAE, Western Michigan '61 QUARTERLY ASSIST ANT EDITOR Jo Ellen Walden DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY a publication of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity; founded in 1834, Incorporated, December 10, 1909, under laws of the State of New York. Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Headquarters, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240. Headquarters is open from 9 :00 to 6 :00 p.m., E.S.T., Monday through Friday. Telephone 317 - 293-8926. .

Revivals Require Alumni Help Too In the fall we revived the chapter at Syracuse University, and we have revival efforts underway at Michigan State University, University of Oregon, and University of Pennsylvania. In each case these projects would not be possible if it were not for the interest, support and hard work of alumni. There are a number of other campuses where we hope to reestablish a chapter of the fraternity, and all of these sites are reviewed regularly for opportunities. What is the Vital Difference? There has never been a strong Delta Upsilon chapter that has not benefitted from the work, interest, and yes, financial support of alumni. If you are not involved in the welfare and life of your chapter, I urge you to become 'active now. The future of your chapter depends on your help and that of your alumni brothers. Presently we have about 4,500 undergraduates enjoying Delta U psilolJ. in chapters in Can<).da and the United States. In almost every chapter, we need three or four additional alumni to help with the day-to-day problems of management, maintenance of chapter

house physical plants, finances, insurance, legal work, college relations, alumni relations, rushing, pledge education/membership development activities, scholarship, maintaining address files and publi<shing the alumni newsletter. While it is possible for undergraduates to do these things on their own, they can do a far better, more efficient and effective job of these responsibilities with the management expertise, maturity, continuity of management, and encouragement from alumni. Your Help Makes the Vital Difference The components of the fraternity's financiai -resources are such that we cannot continue as a leading fraternity without generous alumni support. That is why I hope that each of you will write your check today for the 1977-'78 alumni support program that begins this month with the start of the fraternity's fiscal year. The growing number of brothers who chose to help their fraternity in this way ensures chapter services and a role of strong leadership for Delta Upsilon among fraternities. Fraternally yours, Donald Watkins President

Table of Contents Page North Carolina State Installation ......................... .46 Chapter Reports ............ ;......... 47 DU N ewsmakers ...................... 52 Comment on Fraternity .......... 54 Alumni Support Honor Roll .... 55 DU Bookshelf .... :..................... 62 Vital Statistics ........................ 66 Alumni Directory ....................'.69 Cover: This attniCtiveaction supergraphic design is part of the cover for the Fraternity's new rushing portfolio designed by J. L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48. .

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North Carolina State DU Newest Chapter Installed in Ceremonies Marking 122nd Chapter on Rolls

Nm路th Cm:olina State raises the Delta Upsilon flag fOl' the first time on the campus.

Delta Upsilon's newest chapter at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, was installed on the weekend of April 15-16, when Alpha Delta Upsilon Colony became the 122nd chartered chapter of the General Fraternity. Official ceremonies began Friday evening with orientation, meeting with undergraduates and alumni, Rite One and the first chapter executive committee meeting. President W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27, led the installation team of Ronald Coble, Purdue '58, Bob Wilson, North Carolina '76, George Krichbaum, North Carolina . '69, Robert Tybm'ski, Colgate '74, and Craig Campbell, North Dakota '76. Brothers Coble, Wilson, Krichbaum were all very instrumental in establi!lhing the chapter at North Carolina . State in one year, providing inspiration and direction to the members of Alpha Delta Upsilon. The Rite of Installation, which took place at Forest Hills Baptist Church, was read by Brother ,!\Tatkins who presented the charter to North Carolina Sta te Chapter president John Marsland. Brother Tyburski acted as Examiner, Wilson as Chaplain, Coble as Marshall, Campbell as Assistant Marshall, while the charge to the new initiates was delivered by Brother Krichbaum. Brother Krichbaum charged the new members to "love one another, be proud, but never be satisfied." In installing the new officers, . Brother Lewis Gregory, Kansas '75, and former Delta Upsilon Leadership Consultant, presented 46

John Marsland with the president's gavel and the ritual and roll books to the appropriate officers. Group photographs, the raising of the Delta Upsilon flag in front of the Memorial Tower on the North Carolina State campus for the first time, and a formal reception held at the University Student Center followed. A large crowd of University officials, parents, friends, alumni and well wishel\S in general attended the installation banquet which was held at the McKimmon Center. George Krichbaum, served as the toastmaster for the festivities. Robert Grigg, Jr., father of new initiate Mark K. Grigg, gave the invocation. ' !\Telcoming the new chapter and Delta Upsilon to the University was Dr. Thomas Stafford, Jr., University Provost. Brother '!\Tatkins responded to the welcoming remarks of Dr. Stafford, as .did Brother Ron Coble on behalf of the alunmi. Brother John Marsland, speaking on behalf of the undergraduates, thanked all who attended for their part in making the installation an unforgettable 路event for all. A number of awards, commendations, and gifts were given as the next order of business. Assistant to the Executive Director, Bob Tvburski, callecl on the delegates from the visiting Georgia Tech and North Carolina chapters to present chapter president John Ma11sland with books for the chapter library, ancl the Canadian and United States flags, symbolic of the international nature of the Fraternity. Also in attendance

were representatives from the South Carolina Colony. Responding to the gifts, Brother Marsland expressed his deep appreciation to the members of the ..chapter who worked diligently to make the possibility of a DU chapter at North Carolina State a reality. He thanked Dick Mann, Jerry Kirk and Dwain Burke for 路their special efforts, along with the graduating seniors Ted Charles and Steve '''Tarcl and the chapter deputy Dr. Murphy. The chapter awarded George Krichbaum a special citation recognizing the inspiration he provided during their year as a colony. Ron Coble then was awarded a Mer i tori ou s Service Award, Delta Upsilon's highest order of recognition, for 路 the efforts he put in to see that the colony always continued down the proper path. The chapter awarded Joe Raudabaugh a special. plaque "In appreciation for makmg our . dreams come true." Brother Lewis Gregory, who started the colony effort one year ago, was the fina'l speaker for the evening. He charged the members of the cnew chapter to think of the period they are now entering as a period of re-committing themselves to the purposes and ideals of the Fraternity. The inspirational activities of the weekend were impressive and enjoyable for everyone in attendance, but it was especially meaningful for the undergraduates and alumni who . represented the earnest efforts of the many who had a dream and a goal.

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Alberta

Arlington

F. Brenton Per!'y, President 11020 86th Avenue Edmonton, Alberta. Canada T6G OW9 Alberta won the IFC hockey tournament, being the only fraternity to win the trophy two years in succession. Recently we held a gathering for parents of all members and we are hoping this will increase ou!' support which has been good in the past. '~Te have plans for putting in a new room in the house to be used as a study.

Curtis J. Hoffman, President 719 'West Abram Arlington, Texas 76013 Arlington again sponsored the " haun ted house", proceeds going to the American Cancer Society; and are 'd oing well ill intramurals this tenu. ALUMNI EVENT: L~ke Party, midAugust 1977 Initiates: David 路W. Boyd, Jeffrey N. Dunn, Barry T. Durrschmidt, Donald R. Dyer, Gera Id L. Garrison, Norman E. Guilliams, Paul D. Hawkins, James P. Hindman, James R. Johnson, Philip M . Kemp, l'vIason G. Myers, Daniel S. Smith, Stephen C. Smith, David L. Streeter, Dylan B. Struthers.

Bowling Green Keith B. Grass, President Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 Scholastically, Bowling Green now places 8th out of 23 fratemities, and is among the top ten in in'u路ammals. ALUMNI' EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: Robert A. Ambler, Mark R. Gerhart, Reese D. Snyder, Peter A. Saule, Charles T. Corso, Eric L. ''''agner, Christopher T. Kestner, James "V. Tipton.

ARKANSAS-Chuck Hunt, "ight, receives congratulations ujJon his initiation from his Big Bmther Craig McDaniel.

Arkansas Larry D. McCool, President 10 North GarIan-dFayetteville, Arkansas 72701 Arkansas sponsored its fourth annual DU charity tennis tournament and was host for the Province 10 Regional Leadership Seminar this spring. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 23, 1977 Initiates: Patrick ' H. Allen, Daniel C. Bailey, Robert . C. Burnett, Steven C. Faubel, Frank L. Foster, Larry R. Troillett, James E. Jackson, Clifford B. Jacobs, John C. Logan, Bradford U. Staats, Steven C. Wells. DELTA . UPSILON QUARTERLY'

Bradley MiChael Kilbane, President 1318 West Fredonia Peoda, Illinois 61606 Bradley Chapter proudly holds the number one grade point average on campus. The Chapter's 30th anniversary was celebrated with Alumni SuperW~ekend.

ALUl\fNI EVENT: . Alumni Weekend, October 1, 1977 Initiates: Perry ' L. Tate, Bradley J. Moore, William F. Goette, Neal R. Willen, Merritt J. L. Roalsen, John .J. Hayes, Vincent Fagliarone, David A. Boettner, Bruce P. Presser, Robert P. Schwartz, James M. ''''eyer, Clifford J. Toberman, Michael J. Cole, Jatues G. Kelly, Coleman Black, Berwin .R. Bradley, Jr., William A. Blue, Jr., Kenneth A.

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Gentile, Robert l'vI. Guthrie, Gary D. Owen, Paul M. Porter, Richard J. Carey, Daniel J. McCarthy, Randal R. Barcella, Michael C. Miller, l"fichae1 J. McDonald, Patrick W. Kelley, Paul C. Barber, Christopher M. Peterson.

Bucknell John E. Bachman, President Bucknell University Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 Bucknell presented their Demie Play to benefit the March of Dimes and sponsored an Easter party for underprivilegrd children. The chapter also has the highest academic standing of the 14 fraternities on campus and is the present cumulative leader in intramural athletics. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Scptem ber 24, 1977. Initiates: Dale T. Gallagher and Charles B. Keener.

California Dennis W. Lynn, President 2425 Warring Street Berkeley, California 94704 Brothers have had a very productive winter quarter. With the support of the alumni board we managed to paint the second and third floor halls, the laundry room etc. By the end of the summer we hope to have completed the painting of the rest of the interior of the house a nd if t he water shortage doesn't get us, we would like to re-seed the front lawn. Initiates: Girard S. Brewer, III, John .VI. Bloodworth, George V. Choulos, Christopher P . Feder, Steven J. Foster, Ihuce M. Gaertncr, Nelson S. Lamb, }'<:ter A. Linfoot, Jon D . Lac, Keith A. Novotny, John D. Sutton, David I'. " ' emm er.

Carnegie J. Michael Johnson, President 5031 Forbes Avenue . '.,. pfttsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 The Chapter competed in the Greek Sing with Chi Omega, ,and participated actively in the Spring Camival. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming. Oc. toiJer 8, 1977

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Initiates: Richard M. Beeler, Bryan N. Black, Kenneth P. Bosch, John W. Cahill, Thomas C. Curtis, Michael E. DeRiso, Lawrence S. Gaechter, Richard P. Hershberger, Jeffrey M. Kaufhold, Louis H. Kruse, Jr., Norman J. LaFave, Richard A. Leddy, Thomas P. Manspeaker, Jef· frey O. McEwen, Jeffrey J. McKay, David P. Mongeau, Michael A. Niman , Robert G. Peterson, Franklin W. Smoot, Paul A. Beatty, Mark L. Berry.

Central Missouri Donald R. Watson, President Diemer Hall, 310R Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 Central Missouri actively competed in the Delta Upsilon Softball Tournament, Campus Bed Races in Greek Week, and Spring Canoe Float. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming - October 1977 Initiates: Charles R. Dudley, Charles A. Pirie, and Daniel C. Miller.

Chicago Keith D. Klein, President 5714 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, Dlinois 60637 Seventy-five percent of the Chicago Chapter's members are on the Dean's list. The chapter has managed to maintain financial stability this year. ALUMNI EVENT: Reunion, June 2, . 1978 .

successive year which retires the trophy in our name. The Clarkson Alumni Telethon resulted in $3200 in pledges for Clarkson. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Weekend, April 1978 Initiates: Lynn G. Basiliere, Thomas J. Bero, William J. Burke, Jr., John H. Fogg, Terrence P. ,Hillery, Daniel P. Hourihan, John W. Hrinishin, Andrew J. Jellie, Thomas J. Kamide Jr., Martin R. Kehoe, James F. Martucci, Charles P. Mullens, Neil H. Muyskens, Frederick M. Noble tt, Jr., Michael J. O'Keefe, Mark A. Smith, James M. Stelzl, Wayne A. Weinke, Jr.

Colby John B. Devine, Jr., President Colby College Waterville, Maine 04901 During January, Colby Chapter sponsored a very successful Red Cross Blood Drive. Also the interior of the chapter house was re-painted and new curtains were secured for the Ii brary.

Colgate Eugene A. Doherty, President Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346 Renovation plans have been reo searched and the first steps taken to start a fund drive to finance the reo novation. ALUMNI EVENT: First Home Football Game, September 10, 1977

Colorado

CLARKSON-The chapter's ice statue for 1977 proved to be a winner.

William D. Willcutts, President 1012 University Avenue Boulder, Colorado 80302 There have been improvements made in the physical structure of the chapter house; likewise a solid re-building program for the chapter has been started. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: Randy Johnson, Randy Sagante, Jack Deveraux, Paul Lange, Kurt Neumann, David Deal, Matt Colblentz, Brian Manna, Tom Matthews. "

Clarkson Steven D. Lustig, President 30 Elm Street Potsdam, New York 13676 Clarkson celebrated its 16th birthday March 18th. This year we also were victors in the Ice Carnival for the third

team. The house average was 3.0 this term, and several brothers made the Dean's list. Initiates: Brendan Casey, Charles A. Collins, Christopher L. Davis, Lawrence S. Foreman, Richarc;l T. Fowler, Timothy J. Guba, Timothy D. Helms, Jack D. Jaeger, John M. Jameson, Craig A. Joseph, Gary E. Kaczor, Frank A. Lauria, Kenneth P. McCarthy, John M. McGovern, James D. Rhodes, Robert K. Sepessy, Julius A. Staniewicz, Donald W. Strang, III, Jeffrey J. Supulski, Joseph J. Taylor, Angelo F. Tramontel\i, Donald P. Wyman, Larry L. Detrick.

Cornell Douglas C. Porter, President 6 South Avenue 'Ithaca, New York 14850 Fourteen DU Brothers went to Japan with the Cornell lightweight football

CREIGHTON-The chapter'S spring pledge class is pii::tured.

Creighton Nick W. Turkal, President Swanson Hall, Room 523·R 2500 Cass Oinaha, Nebraska 68178 Creighton Chapter achievements of the term included a major .revision of the Chapter By.Laws, participation in the Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon and involvement in Greek Week. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders Day, No· vember 5, 1977

Dayton Stephen Ledva, President 108 Woodland Dayton, Ohio 45409 Da yton has the largest pledge class in several years. Besides making improvements in the chapter house, time was spent at a local orphanage. . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming date to be announced. ' Initiates: Kevin F. Calahan, Jeffrey Debruge, Christopher W. Kimball, Robert J. O'Donohue.

Delaware James C. Schintz, President 400 Wollaston Avenue, Apt. A·5 Newark, Delaware 19711 Delaware Brothers and alumni profited from attending the Regional Lea~ership Seminar at Lehigh. A new Alumni Executive Board was started which helped to stimulate more alumni interest. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: William Tigani, William P. Wismer, Michael Yayac. D~Pauw

CARNEGIE...;...The Chapter's newest membel's line up for a photograph after their initiation.

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John E. Davis, President 626 East Seminay Street Greencastle, Indiana 46135

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The chapter was recognized for its "service projects to Community Interfaith housing, won intramural swimming, and for the second year a Brother has been chosen to be student body president. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming date to be announced . Initiates: Charles F. Clamp.

Eastern Kentucky Michael G. Edwards, President G路4 Village Square, Mahaffy Drive Richmond, Kentucky 40475 Eastern Kentucky has revised the ByLaws and are re-es tablishing chapter traditions. The Chapter also started a DU Alumni Frisbee Throw and supported WHAS Children's Crusade and MD Special Olympics. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 22, 1977 Initiates: Gary M. Hinton, James A. Lay.

Florida John A. Delaney, President 1814 West University Avenue Gainesville, Florida 32603 Florida sponsored the Gator Invitational Debate and the marathon "Sun Run" , and maintained top five academic status among Florida fraternities. ALUMNI EVENT: November 19, 1977 Homecoming and 20th anniversary of chapter. Initiates: James V. Alsobrook, James E. Bernstein, James L. Delaney, Robert F. Dow, Bruce H. Johnson, Richard E. Larsen, Jeffrey N. Levy, Larry D. Mas trogianakis, Stephan L. Meininger, Randy C. Moore, Michael O . Osgood, Alan Pascale, Lake G. Ray, III, T ed J . Smith, Kyle J. Turner, Jeffrey D. Athans, Keith W. Hopkins.

Fresno

Hamilton Michael L. Lengvarsky, President Hamilton College Clinton, New York 13323 Th e Hamilton Chapter has finished paying off the mortgage that was taken out in the 1950's to pay for th e dining room wing. vVe h ave also made some major improvements in th e house and hope to continue to do so . over th e summer. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming weekend 1977. Date to be announced.

Illinois Daniel J. Blount, President 312 East Armory Avenue Champaign, Illinois 61820 Illinois h eld its annual DU Charity Hoop Tournament and annual Monte Carlo Casino Night. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual DUce and DUffer date to be announced. Initiates: Gregory J. Hill, Bruce C. Allen, Gregory A. Clemens, William K. Howard, Paul A. Boruff, John R . VanMeter, Patrick F. Kearney, William L. Tcndick, Alan D. Willitts, JamesB. Allison, Steven Hines, DO.n J. Mangers, Thomas C. Callies, David E. W ear, "John J. Danaher, Jr., Dennis M . Rya n", Scott K. Kubes, Daniel J. Collins, James B. Curran, Dean R. DeVolpi, John M. Bedore, Michael C. Wurst, Christopher A. Cokinis.

Indiana Robert A. Kaplar, Jr., Pesident 1200 East Third Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401 Indiana received a certificate of ap preciation from t.he Red Cross for help during the blood drive. The chapter also placed high in Intramurals and held the annual Rose Dance. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 15, 1977

Initiates: Lee McConnell, Christopher B. Bodine, Tl"avis B. Tunis, Charles A. Schneider, P ark T. Campbell, Mark Leck lidcr, Rick A. Rumford, Gregory A. Price.

Iowa Keith W. Weigel, President 320 Ellis A venue Iowa City, Iowa 52240 Highlighting the social events were the annual for mal weekend in Des Moines, Mothers Day, Cub baseball trip to Chicago, and the yearly Boxer Rebellion. Initiates: Alan E. Sloan, Dennis Theis, Dan J age, Jack C. Novae, Wayne M. Youngman, Mark L . Waldschmidt, Thomas L. Perkins and Pe ter W. Wulf.

Iowa State Tom W. Rice, President I17 Ash Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 During the spring quarter at Iowa State, a new scholarship program was begun, several house improvements were mad e, and th e chapter participated in Vei shea events. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977. Initia tes: Chris N. Bacon, Douglas G. Bovard, Bruce G. Dean, Bradley W. Dillard, Jason R . H agen, William R. Hardeman, Steven M. H arder, Michael J. Hilsabeck, Rexfmd L. Holland, Robert S Logan, Tad H . Maxwell, Scott D . Provorse, Richard J. Renk, Jr., G. Thomas Sullivan.

Johns Hopkins James P. Restrepo, President 4220 North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218 The Chapter raised over $1,000 for the Big Brothers Association of Maryland. The check was presented at the annual

Raymond J. Hurado, President Student Union California State University - Fremo Fresno, California 93740 Fresno sponsored a baseball trip to San Francisco for the Big Brothers organization of Fresno and sponsored their annual alumni golf. tournament. The chapter also successfully defended its basketball championship for the second year. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders Day Dinner, November 1977 Initiates: Mark A. Hernandez, Gary L. Stuckey, Pete R. Torres, Jay W. Zander.

Georgia Tech Timothy C. Brasel, President 154 Fifth Steet, Northwest Atlanta, Georgia 30313 The Georgia Tech Chapter donated to the March of Dimes and the Blood Drive, plus actively, participating in all contests during Greek Week. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming October 28-30, 1977 Initiates: John W . Ramage and Mark R. Groening. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

IOWA STATE-Chapte1' memben and friends pose for the photographer in front of the chapter house.

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Christmas party we held for area children without Big Brothers. ''''e are working on alumni relations and this fall we will get together with Baltimore area alumni in an attempt to establish an Alumni Club. "Ve are hoping to retain the intramural sports trophy for the second year this year. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day, December 1977.

Kansas T. Teal Dakan, President 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044 Kansas took first place in the Rock Chalk Revue for overall production number, plus first place in five of the other seven categories. The Intramural A-Team won the HilI Championship for the second time in three years. ALUMNI EVENT: DU Day, October 15, 1977 Initiates: Mark W. Cummings, Craig A. Slawson, Scott D. Hamilton, Merle J. Hodges, Paul D. Russell, Mark P. Wilson, Steven S. Ray!, Bryan R. LeGree, Scott G . Evanson, Robert B. Martin, Scott M. Bales, Michael F. Lytle, John H. Thompson, Bill S. "Varner, Arnold R . Baum, Kenneth Koenings, Paul K. Mokeski, Doug W. Farha, Tom Fitch.

Kansas State Paul B, Edgerley, Presid,e nt 1425 University Drive Manhattan, Kansas 66502 The Chapter placed first in fund raising for United Way and University Sing' (Manhattan Children's Zoo Fund), and enjoy a high scholastic ranking. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, November 12, 1977 Initiates: Kyle C. Bolerjack, Bradley P. Burnett, Troy E. Horine, Charles D. Hurley, Ted E. Knopp, Peter J. Kruse, David E. Law, Peter C. McCall, Joseph M. Reid, Douglas K. Reinhardt, Timothy W. Roberts, Eric A. Ronning, Steven C. Salter, Leslie C . Spaulding, Jr., Clint M. Stafford, Brett A. Stanley, Mark A. P. Werner, Sam S. Winter, Bradley K. Wolf.

Lafayette Craig A. Dally, President Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 18M2 This semester the Brothers have concentrated on l'efurbishing the house and grounds. The second and third floors received a badly needed paint job. Grass seed and new shrubs were planted ih the front yard. The Brothers are .happy to report that house maid, Cula Merrit was able to return to DU after a serious illness. She has been an integral part of the house for close to 30 years and the Brothers missed her in her absence.

Lehigh John M. Rodden, President Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 Lehigh was proud to host the 1977 RLS for Provinces I , 2 and 3. Initiating

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quiet study hours in the house resulted in raising the grade point average of the members. ALUMNI EVENT: Lafayetle Football Game. November 19, 1977 Initiates : John Butkus, Edward M. Jarzembowski, George C. Machikas, Michael W. Madison, John M. Magnien, James J. Mahlbacher, Samuel D. Mayberry, Jr., Michael W. McGrath, Thomas J. Monica, Scott C. Naylor, Ronald D. Newman, David J. Schwartz, Andrew B. . Swanson, Brett R. S'Wartz, James P. Vargo, John V. Veech, Jeffrey S. ''''etzel, Alan P. Winters, Charles R. Wolfe, Jr., Eric C. Yasemski.

ALUMNI EVENT: A weekend at the Lake in early September 1977 Initiates: Donald N. Bethune, William n. Davidson. Alasdair T. Lunn, Christopher R. Peake, Graeme D: Sifton, William C. Speers, Gran t G. Thorstcinson, Mark L. R. Vokey, John R . Fryatt.

Marietta Andrew H. Tofuri, Jr., President 223 Fourth Street Malietta, Ohio 45750 Marietta won handball and cross conn try in Intramurals for the third successive year. The Brothers also helped with the annual food drive of the Salvation Army. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 15, 1977

Maryland

LEHIGH-Brothers from 22 chapters pose outside the chapter hOllse during the Regional Leadership : Seminar \ hosted by Lehigh in iHarch.

Louisville R. Dale Howell, Jr., President Belknap Campus University of Louisville LouisviIle, Kentucky 40208 Plans to improve the overall chapter operations include a full scale summer rush, new alumni corporation programs, house improvements and a book drive. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 8, 1977 Initiates: Robe,i t R. Bishopp, Stanley S. Colvin, Paul J. Fussenegger, Robert B . Hash, George T. Hawley, Edward M. Heimbrock, Matthew G. Roberts, Mich ael L. Roberts, Ricky L. Sneed, John M. Streble, Ralph D. Williams Jl'., Oran L. Morton.

Michael W. Osmeyer, President 6 Fraternity Row College Park, Maryland 20740 Several projects for improvement of the chapter house and grounds were completed. . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Octobe!' 15, 1977 Initiates: Frailk J. Boyle, Ronald G . Brosky, James Caffey, Paul D. Flannigan, Leo A. Glunk, Jr., David R. 路 Gorman, Joseph E. Goslin, Jr., John H. Gott, Joseph E. Gatt, John B. Hallen, Wayne D. Jennings, David C. Keefer, Benjamin D. Kennish Jr., James B. Lanib, Charles A . Marvel, III, David S. Staub, Kenneth A . Travers, .owen J. ''''ood .

Miami Stephen J. Short, President 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 45056 The Miami Chapter has been active as coordinator for Children, Inc., an organization for the education and welfare of underprivileged youth around the world, and has started a cultural program of after-dinner lectures . . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, ' Octo-. ber 14-16, 1977

Maine

Michigan

Theodore E. Sapomik, President 130 College Avenue Orono, Maine . 04473 . Maine sponsored a successful Thanksgiving turkey raffle to benefit the Christian Children's Fund. Five tooms have been ' completed on the third floor of the chapter house -and house members ha ve increased from 20 to ' 27. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, third weekend in October, 1977 . Illitiates: Jay B. Bewley, Robert A. Grotton, Robert H. Guidetti, Frederick W. Sargent.

Manitoba

John T. Barbour, President 1331 Hill Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 The Michigan Chapter continues to be the leader in athletics, social activities, and academic scholarship. ALUMNI EVENT : Hornecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: "Vm. S. Crowe, Robert Domain, Mark S. Dwyer, Martin S. Games; David S. Joynt, Timothy F. Kowalski, Scott R. Melton, Gavin Middleton, Paul R. Otto, Stephen J. Porter, Wm. B. Poster, Chris Rozyla, Richard D . ' Schmidt, Armando Vera, Mark Wagner, Dennis Winkler.

Raymond M. Hignell, President 112 Wilmot Place Winnipeg, Manitoba, canada R3L 2KI Manitoba cnjoyecl a successful rush during this term and we are improving communications with alumni.

Peter Osborne, President 136 South Main Stt'eet Middlebury, Vermont 05753 Middlebury won 3rd place in the anlIual 'Vinter Carnival snow sculpture

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contest. Other achievements include repair of the front hall floor and once again the alumni magazine DO CIRCLE will be published. As a major improvement in the house this year we repaired the floor in the front hallway.

Minnesota Paul S. Simons, President 1112 Sixth Street, Southeast Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414 The Chapter met the goal of 3.0 grade point average, are basketball champions in a fraternity league, Class B, and have done some remodeling on the chapter house. ALUMNI EVENT: Dream Girl dinnerdance, November 5, 1977 Initiates: Mark T . Abendroth, Ronald R. Elvin, Mathew J. Grunther, John G. Noll, Richard C. Neuenfeldt, Frederick P. Simons, Jack N. Spencer, James R. Sturdevant, Richard C. Wiederholt.

Missouri Paul B. Weeks, m, President 711 Maryland Avenue Columbia, Missouri 65201 Missouri Brothers have made considerable improvements in the chapter house and grounds. The chapter is contending strongly for number two place in athletics in Intramural competition, and members are serving in posts such as Savitar yearbook editor and IFC repre. sentative. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Initiates: Gerald A. Bahorich, Thomas R . Bauroth, Thomas H. Blood, Robert A. Bonney, Don C. Coonce, Michael K. Elleman, Robert J. Fischbach, Gene P. Graham, Jr., Kevin M. Hartley, Donnell J. Hire, Jr., Kurt J. Holdemeyer, Michael E. Howard, Stephen D. Johnson, Robert M. Jordan, Dave L. Mathewson, Mark E. McBurney, Charles F. Mehrer, IV, Raymond P. Metz, Greg R. Miller, Craig M. Moeller, Thomas C. Parker, Kevin R . Taylor, James D. Watts, Howard D. Winship.

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Jay D. Hodges, President 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 Spring alumni weekend drew over a hundred at Nebraska. The Chapter again placed in the top third of fraternities scholastically. Raising over $300 for Easter seals arid placing two teams in Intramural basketball playoffs COUlpleted the term. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Octo-, ber 22, 1977 Initiates: Scott A. Baxter, Robert D. Charleston, Daniel M. Darst, Charles N . Eberle, Charles L. Fargnson, Michael T. Foster, William P. Jeffries, Michael, L. McClaughery, Randall D. Michael, Robert R. Moodie, Robert D. Morgan, William D. Moserrian, Randall L. Rademachker, John A. Stecker. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

North Carolina Daniel M. Walker, President 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina Highlights of the term at North Carolina were Founders Day, hosting the Province IV RLS, and working on a neighborhood clean up program. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming date to be announced. Initiates: Daniel L. Banvick, Frank L. Boyd, Jr., Dennis H. Jones, David W. Cannon, William J. Bicket, Robert M. Loftin, James P. Mattox, Gregg R. Daugherty.

North Carolina State John Marsland, President Post Office Box 5271 Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 The Brothers achieved the third highest scholastic average of NCSU fraternities and pledges achieved the highest scholastic average of the pledge classes. The highlight of the term was the installation of the chapter April 16, 1977. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Weekend, October 1-2, 1977 Initiates: Thomas L. Frederick, Jr., Norman S. Gupton, Paul A. Klinefetter, Michael S. Knight, Michael L. Leonas, Walter B. Mather, IV, Mark C. Shipman, John H . Symons, III, Dwight D . Vestal, Jonathan "V. Ruby, Ronny L. Smith, Wayne D. Tarkenton, Timothy F. Taylor.

North Dakota Gary A. Ficek, President 505 Princeton Street Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201 The Brothers have for the 37th consecutive semester, received , the highest grade point , on campus. The Chapter also held its 3rd Annual Norwegian Spaghetti Supper with proceeds donated to the Noi路th Dakota School for the Blind.

North Dakota State Thomas S. Dhuyvetter, President ' 1420 12th Avenue, North Fargo, North Dakota ''''ith the emphasis on improvements, North Dakota State has set up a new rush system, are becoming more involved in community affairs and the IFC, and are keeping up our grade point average. ALUMNI EVENT: Supper and party, November 5, 1977 Initiates: Brian W. Miller At'\an E. Espeseth.

Northern Illinois Douglas U. Mennie, President 1114 Blackhawk Road DeKalb, Illinois 60115 The Chapter is maintaining a grade point average of 3.0, and the Brothers arc contending strongly for the All Sports Trophy. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1977 Initiates: John H . Buesteton, James H. Carney. Charles S. Crooks, Joseph G. Donnellan. John R. Foiles, Mark I'. Frazier, Jerome P. Getter, Dave E.

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Hammerstrom, John L. Henneman, Brendan K. Hoey, Michael G. Jakubik, Patrick J. Knightly, Thomas J. McHale, Mi chael E. Palmer, Joel M. Richards. Randall T. Shaw, Thomas R. Wright.

Northern Iowa Donn A. Henshaw, President 1927 College Street Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 During spring rush the brothers pledged five otustanding men. Randy Cory participated in the fourth annual "Dance for Those Who Can't" dance marathon and received third place 'for the greatest number of pledges amongst Greeks. ''''e are again strong in intramurals and hope to win the All-Sports Troph y for the third year. Initiates: Doug Merbach and Dave Gerst.

NORTHWESTERN-The Northwestern chapter house is shown here.

Northwestern Steve J. Shust, President 2307 Sheridan Road Evanston, Illinois 60201 Northwestern has made improvements on the chapter house this year. W'e also made the Intramural football playOffs this year. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming dat,e to be announced. Initiates: Rick Hoppel, Bill Grier, Wally Veerson, Walter J. Kasprzycki, Michael Kendzicky, James D. Miller.

Ohio David W. Pritchard, President 10 West Mulberry , Athens, Ohio 45701 Besides celebrating all campus championships in volleyball, horse shoes, bocci ball and baseball, the Brothers participated in Daffodil Day, a fundraising program for the American Cancer Society. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977

Ohio State Edward R. Crater, President 240 East 15th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43201 Ohio State holds the fourth highest grade point on the O.S.U. campus. The Chapter also sponsored a charity show for the Childrens' Hospital.

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D U NEIIII'SAAAJ<tRS surance Company of America, with headquarters in Kansas City. He joined the company's sales department in 1956 and has served as a member of the executive committee since 1968.

W;R. McLeod

J.

K. Higdon

William R. McLeod, Auburn '62, Assistant professor of history at West Virginia University, is the first 'American to be named governor of London House, a residence for 540 foreign graduate students studying in London where Dr. McLeod has lived on s'e veral occasions. He also is president of Friends of London House Foundation, Inc., a West Virginia charitable corporation chartered in 1975 to help support American graduate students studying in London. Robert P. Hanrahan, Bowling Green '56" has been named executive director of the National AssoCIatIOn of College Admissions Counselors. He was formerly deputy assistant secretary of education at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Gordon C. "Stub" 'Baker, Clarkson '27, celebrated his 45th anniyersary with ,Connecticut Mutual Life this March. Starting part-time with CML in 1926 while in college, he fell in love With the insurance business though his college degree was in engineering. He is active in Clarkson College alumni affairs and the Shrine Cri ppled Children's Hospitals. Stub is a former director of the Fraternity. J. Kenneth Higd,on, Kansas '48, formerly executive vice president and chief agency officer, has moved up to president and chief operating officer of Business Men's As-

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W. R. Gordon

W. C. Sears

William R. Gordon, Kansas State '60, has been elected second vice president, agricultural investment department ,of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. by the board of directors. He joined the firm in 1963 as a field representative in Larned, Kansas and held positions of increasing responsibility since that time. Brother Gordon serves as a member of the Undergraduate Activities Committee of the Fraternity. Lou Holtz, Kent State '58, Ar- , kansas head coach, formerly of the New York Jets, has created a lot of excitement for the coming foot· ball season. He has assembled an impressive staff" retaining three member,S of the former staff and bringing in five newcomers. Holtz ' and his staff are presently recruiting around the Southwest. Robert A; Davies, Miami '50, serves as a dean's associate to the School of Business Administration's Business Advisory Council at Miami University. He is assistant vice president of Armco Steel Corporation at Middletown, Ohio. William C. Sears, Minnesota' 40, has been promoted to vice president and general manager for Eli- , liott Company's Ohio operations.

A division of the Carrier Corporation, it is a leading manufacturer of heat exchanger and boiler tube maintenance tools. He will continue to coordinate all efforts toward the sale of Elliott's products on an international level. Robert "Red" A. Graham, Missouri '37, and his wife, Peggy, were featured entertainers at the Cali· fornia State Corivention of the Blind. They are both members of the President's Committee for the Employment of the Handicapped and annually travel at their own expense to those who need help. They have made over 180 appear· ances on radio, TV and benefit shows, are the recipients of numerous awards, and have received the President's Appreciation Cita· tion. They live in Westport, Con· necticut.

H. McPherson

Holt McPherson, North Carolina '28, editor emeritus of The High Point Enterprise, was awarded the Citation for Distin- , guished Citizenship for 1977 by the North Carolina Citizens As· sociation. Bert Lance, director of U.S. Budget and Management, represented President Carter in making the award at Raleigh. Brother McPherson is described in the Shelby Daily Star as an "editor, churchman, philanthropist and fund raiser." A columnist for the Charlotte Observer who be-

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gan his newspaper career with The High Point Enterprise, in describing McPherson, said, "His example of community involvement was the most dynamic I ever encountered." David Sorenson, Oregon '71, in March was honored by the Jaycees who named him the Junior First Citizen of Eugene, Oregon. The city lost its first citizen in May when Sorenson received a promotion to general loan officer at the North Beaverton branch of the U.S. National Bank in Portland. Thomas S. Pearson, Purdue '59, has joined the Simplicity Pattern Company as manager of purchasing and is responsible for all purchasing activities of the company, as w~ll as warehousing and building maintenance. Prior to joining the company, he was ass'ociated with R. R. Donnelley and Sons of Chicago for 16 years. He now resides in South Bend, Indi ana.

P. L. Kegel

G. C. Villarreal

Paul L. Kegel, Ripon '57, dean of students at Worthington Community College at Worthington, ?vfinnesota, has resigned his position to accept ,the presidency of Marshalltown Community College at 'M arshalltown, Iowa. The college has a large vocational and occupational program with emphasis in the health science areas. Richard T. Kramer, Rochester '43, recently was promoted to general manager of the Kodak Park Works of the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York. G. Claude Villarreal, Texas '51, became press attache to the AmeriDELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

can Embassy in Mexico City in January. Before receiving his current assignment in the foreign service of the U.S. Information Agency, he served for almost five years in the American Embassy in Santiago, Chile, first as press attache and then as cultural attache. For his work as cultural attache, Marsh Overstedt he recently received the USIA's Meritorious Honor Award for ' his Marsh Overstedt, Western Michiwork in commemorating the Bigan '59, recently joined Brewer centennial and developing AmeriAdvertising Inc., Kansas City, as a can studies in Chile. creative group supervisor. He came to Brewer, a division of Young & Emil Friberg, T exas '58, of Love, Rubicam Inc., from Greenman Ad- ' Friberg and Associates, Inc., .Fort vertising, Hollywood, Florida, \,\Torth, Texas, has become an im: where he was VIce president-copy pOl'tant voice nationally in energy cJ.irector. conservation. A regional director for , the American Sociew Of Heating, Refrigerating and "Air Condi-' tioning Engineers, he recently was , featured in the Fort Worth StarTelegram, After his company made a study for Ameri can Airlines at the Dallas-Fort \"Torth Airport, the airlines was able to, save 40 per-' cent on cooling ,and 60 percent on T. K. Duke heetting expenses annually. Harry Laubscher, Virginia : 50" Todd K. Duke, Wichita '79, first , received recognition in a lVlarch place winner in the Reader's column of Barron's where it was Digest speech contest, was awarded noted th at: he spoke at a session of a $2000 scholarship and also m et the New , York Society of Security , ,with President Carter in \t\TashingAnalysts. "At the moment," , he ' ton, D. C. He spoke on the Amerisaid, "the charts are telling us to can spirit of 1976. be careful. The downside potential Dan Burford, Wichita '79, and for the next 12 months far outdisDave Struble, Wichita '80, were tances the upside." However, he cited in the Wichita Eagle and did comment that a turtle couldn't Beacon for coming to the aiel of a get anywhere if he didn' t stick his man suffering a heart attack. A neck out. feature article and an editorial gav~ them special commendation Gco:::;e ]7; . Putn am, Washington for their quickness to respond to a '39, eXjJort m:ma:: er for industrial fellow human being needing help. specialties for the Du Pont Company's Fabrics and Finishes DeMarvin E. Tl'uebenbach, W ispartment, retired last December consin '56, has been named general after a 36-year career with the manag'er of the Pennsylvania company. He joined Du Pont in Pump Operations of Cooper the summer , of 1940 as a: student , ' Energy Services, a division of operator at the Fairfield,' Con- ' Cooper Industries. He now lives in necticut, plant, and continued ,his Easton, Pennsylvania, after comclimb within the company. He pleting nine years of foreign servli ves at Wilmington, Delaware. ice for the company with headuarters in Holland. Horton Smith, Washington '47, -~:;;; rear admiral of the Naval Reserve, has assumed command of the five northwestern states of Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Alaska and Montana. He is superior court judge for King County in the state of Washington, and lives in Seattle.

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Comment on Fraternity

How Your Alumni Support Check Now Helps y ou~ Fraternity Get a Head Start on the School Year

j One of our very good, loyal DU brothers, who always writes a generous check for the annual alumni support appeal, asked me recently why we don't operate our annual alumni support program on the calendar year basis-January to December-as many colleges do. His logic was that people are used to this calendar year schedule, and it makes sense, except we need your help most in the months of July, August, September and October, when our costs of preparing to start the year to help chapters open is greatest, when the expenses of providing vital services to alumni continue, even though all other income is at its lowest point. So our Pelta Upsilon alumni support appeal year is beginning this month, and that gives a six month head start over other appeals-which is as good a reason as any to give now ... avoiding the . year-end rush in December! Improving the services and activities for yon, for your chapter, that's what alumni support is all about, and 4,500 undergraduates count on your help to keep Delta Upsilon a leader. Make the right step now, by writing that alumni support check today and mailing it, as you can see from our HONOR ROLL of givers through April t 1977*, you're in great company. Fraternally yours,

*11 you gave ale?' May 1, 1977, you will be listed in the October issue 01 the magazine. Please let us know 01 any omissions in this, the largest alumni support HONOR ROLL to date.

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DU Alumni Supporting Brothers Lead In Delta U's Annual Alumni Support Appeal Delta Upsilon's 1976-'77 Alumni Support Appeal ended June 30, 1977, at the end of the fraternity's fiscal year. The program of annual alumni giving, now in its eighth year, continues to provide the needed margin between endowment income, undergraduate fees, and the growing needs of our over-77,OOO Brothers. This issue of the Quarterly introduces the 1977-'78 appeal, to coincide wi'th the start of the school year on nearly 100 DU campuses in Canada and the United States. Givers to the appeal between May 1, 1977 and June 30, 1977 will be listed in the October, 1977 Quarterly.

The President's Century Club 1976·1977 Members

TOP 10 CHAPTERS

IN ALUMNI SUPPORT

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

Memberships in the Delta Upsilon President's Century Club increased by 44% over last year, with record levels of participation in this special giving society for Brothers giving $100 annually. President's Club members receive a special recognition certificate, special membership insignia, the regular club bulletin Conversations with the P1'esident, and are invited to special events. Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 Mark H. Adams, Kansas '20 Paul L. Alongi, Northern Illinois '44 William B. Andrews, Northwestern '45 Bertel W. Antell, Cornell '28 Tristan Antell, Cornell '13 Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '23 Eugene S. Bennett, DePauw '25 George A. Blair, Miami '37 Harry N. Briggs, Missouri '51 Jack L. Brown, Wichita '52 W. A. Butler, Jr., Western Michigan '61 Harold D. Caylor, Indiana '16 Charles E. Cayot, Kansas '25 David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 P. LeMon Clark, Cornell '23 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 Americo Dean, Jr., Michigan State '60 D. Bruce Decker, Western Ontario '51 Louis N. DeWitt, Ohio State '30 Frederick L. Elder, Miami '27 John J. Enders, Washington State '39 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 James R. Erlandson, Bradley '69 George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 H. Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '39 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Jerrad J. Hertzler, Kansas '58 Charles W. Holt, Arlington '76 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 Louis S. Jacobson, Carnegie '17 Fred W. Koehler, Western Reserve '14 William H. Lawson, Purdue '50 James V. Leininger, Marietta '43 Caroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 Robert J. Martin, Washington '59 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54

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Harry W. McCobb, Michigan '25 Howard L. McGregor, Jr., Williams '40 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Richard S. Melvin, Indiana '30 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 Chades D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Edgar L. Moulton, Jr., Union '37 Herhert H. Nelson, Colorado '59 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 Reginald B. Newman, Northwestern '59 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette '67 C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '27 Brent G. Orcutt, Hamilton '26 Julius A. Otten, Michigan '61 Harold D. Paddock, III, Ohio State '70 Walter R. Peterson, Washington '22 O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Joseph J. Rembusch, Northern Illinois '62 Fulton W. Samson, Pennsylvania '21 John M. Sharp, Oklahoma '63 James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 Nelson Sherburne, Michigan '59 Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '48 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '55 George E. Starr, Washington '08 William L. Stover, Carnegie '40 Franklyn H. Tormoen, Minnesota '30 Harold B. Tracy, Syracuse '16 Gunard C. Travaglini, Lafayette '72 Raymond C. Tuthill, Jr., Union '50 Myron W. Ulrich, Western Reserve '34 Harold A. Vadney, Syracuse '28 Harold F. Warner, Kansas '25 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 Gerald H. Westby, Chicago '20 In memory of Nathaniel G. White, Purdue '23 - by Mrs. N. G. White Peter J. Wintemute, Manitoba '60 John H. W ol£e, DePauw '9 Harlan S. Yenne, Indiana '16

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= President's Century Club $1 00.00 • = Golden Delta Club $60.00 + = Silver Delta 'Club $26.00 • = Double Donor 1976-'77 () =Number of consecutive years of giving

ALBERTA 10 Corbet, R. '47 (2) Hatch, D: '69 + Hatch, L. '66 + Hebb, C. '62 (2) Jekenta, A. '64 King, E. '42 (2) Love, D. '46 (2) +Murray, A. '67 (2) Paterson, J. '66 Stanford, M. '64 (2)

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AMHERST - 7 + Campbell, W. '23 Gower, S. Jr. '36 (6) Hancock, T. '40 (2) Reilly, G. '49 Thompson, W. '37 (2) Washburn, G. '14 (2) Wieland, J. 68 (2) ARIZONA - 7 + Barker, R. '61 Chambers, D. '60 (7) + Jewett, J. '68 + Mikita, G. '63 • Shore, G. '62 + Sundt, R. '50 (7) Swayze, J. '63

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ARLINGTON - 7 ' + Ashby, J. '74 Dick, S. '70 Dunn, M. '74 + Haston, J. '72 Hott, C. '76 • Whittaker, R. '73 + Willard, J. III '73

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McLeod, D. '52 (7) Lightbody, C. '47 Means, E. '34 (2) -I- Morton, K. '45 Miley, J. '24 Ryder, A. '46 (6) Moulin, D. '53 Sturtevant, R. '24 Murray, N . III '64 (7) '[hompson, H. '49 Partridge, S. '14 (7) -I- Whelpley, A. '27 Porter, C. '24 (7) BOWDOIN 2 COLGATE - 42 Reese, R. Jr. '51 Balsbaugh, S. '53 (2) Abrams, H. '27 (2) -I- Repath, P. '26 Chandler, J. '37 (2) -I- Anderson, D. '39 (5) -I- Robinson, E. '32 (2) Annitto, J. '33 (7) Rose, C. '24 (7) BOWLING GREEN - 10 Bailey, A. '29 Rowe, C. '40 -I- Davis, R. '52 Sherman, R. '51 ( 7 ) -IBerger, M. '66 Dunivan, J. Jr. '50 (2) Simpson, J. '13 (6) Berry, G. '36 Gish, D. '69 Strikwerd, D. '50 Berry, H. Jr. '36 Grande, R. '57 (5) * TenDoesschate, P. '50 (2) Bolles, C. '27 Grozdon, G. '50 -I-Croft, S. '51 (2) -I- Weirich, W. '46 Hayek, R. '69 Whelden, C. '32 (7) Czesak, J. '75 Kuntz, G. '60 (2) -I- Doescher, F. '26 -I- Wilson, K. '37 -I- Litra, R. '75 -IDuryea, P. Jr. '42 (7). Mundi, C. '52 (2) CARNEGIE - 39 -I- Evarts, C. '53 -I- Stedman, J. '69 (7) Beers, H. '35 (7) -I- Fortmann, D. '36 Brennan, R. '54 Goldfarb, S. '76 BRADLEY 25 Brumbaugh, J. '37 (6) Gow, N. '46 (7) -I- Bilder, B. '73 Helman, D. '41 (7) Clark, J. '35 (7) Boland, C. ' 53 (7) Connors. J. '45 -IHoyle, F. Jr. '52 Boylan, M. '69 (7) Cross, R. '48 (6) Hughes, A. '11 (6) -I- Brune, L. '49 -IElliott, S. '33 (7). -IHumphrey, H. '36 -I- Dahlsgaard, R. Jr. (2) Ferrenz, R. °43 Ingle, R. '48 (6) * Erlandson, J. '69 (7) Fingles, F. '28 (7) Madsen, G. Jr. '48 (6) Gustafson, J. '64 -I- Fox, A. '64 -I- McCarthy, J. '56 Knoll, G. '74 -IHamlin, E. Jr. '39 McMahon, E. '71 Kolling, B. '58 Heddaeus, G. '20 (3) -I- Morris, R. '28 (7) Leonard, J. '76 Hobbs, G. '43 Nast, T. '37 (7) McCallum, R. '52 (2) Howell, F. '59 (2) -I- Okunski, W. '58 (7) -I- Meyer, L. '64 -I- Hubbard, J. '37 Priest, A. '61 Morse, O. '51 (7) *Jacobson, L. '17 (7) Rice, R. '34 (2) -I- Nelson, E. '75 -I- Keller, L. '26 (4) Sater, C. '16 (2) Paliatka, E. '56 (7) Kraft, O. '85 -IShirreff, J. '44 Parks, F. '76 Kubiak, R. '51 (7) -I- Slater, J. '37 -I- Pigati, W. '64 (6) Lawson, F. '20 Smith, R. '68 -I- Reiner, L. '75 -I- Manchester, C. '16 -I-Sommer, W. '36 (7) -I- Richards, R. '72 -IMcCall, E. '42 (7) Stark, L. '25 -I- Roberts, F. Jr. '70 McDonald, W. '52 (2) Staurovsky, R. '59 (7) Robinson, T. '68 (2) Mielke, H. '51 (7) -ISteadman, G. '73 -I- Ruedlin, D. '66 -I- Milliron, W. '31 • Sullivan, R. '74 -I- Schram, J. '50 Urban, T. '74 • Milne, K. '23 (7). -I- Seghi, D. '51 * NewmllD, D. '54 (4) -I- Walton, E. '34 (7) Taga, H. '54 (2) Nichol, H. '21 (7) -I- Weed, C. '44 -I- Peoples, J. Jr. '54 Williams, L. '29 BRITISH COLUM{BIA 3 -I- Polles, J. 'S7 (6) -I- Broe, K. '46 COLORADO - 14 -I- Riddervold, H. '53 * Ferguson, G. '62 (3) Schneider, E. '70 -I- Annis, T. '73 Mitten, D. '45 (3) Seibel, C. Jr. '41 (7) Bean, D. '61 (7) Breitinger, F. Jr. '76 Smith, H. Jr. '44 (7) BROWN - 13 -I-Crosby, R. '64 (6) * Stover, W. '40 (7) Batty, D. '38 (2) -I- Vassil, J. '52 (7) -I- Kinkade J. '68 Cunningham, J. '41 (7) Warner, W. '50 -I- Lawlor, M. '60 -I- Geisler, F. '29 (2) Wheeling, E. '74 -I- Milne, C. Jr. '73 George, A. '39 (2) -I- Young, H. '52 *Nelson, H. '59 (3) -I- Ingalls, C. '25 (3) Oliver, W. '62 Jones, H. '47 (2) CENTRAL MISSOURI 2 -I- Owen, K. '62 Jones, W. '26 (2) -I- Barrale, D. '74 Pober, K. '62 (2) Judd, R. '42 (2) Letzig, W. '71 -I- Poust, S. '72 (4) -I- Mazet, R. Jr. '24 Sloan, J. '6 1 (6) Miller, A. '18 CHICAGO - 25 -I-Wilson, S. 72 Nagle, J. Jr. '26 (2) Bain, R. '44 Norman, R. '57 Bidwell, R. '50 (6) COLUMBIA 7 -I- Wellersdieck, F. '51 -I- Cochran, D. '27 (6) -I- Brannick, L. '57 Crawford, W. '33 (6) Brieant, C. Jr. '44 BUCKNELL 19 -I- Davidson, M. '16 (6) -I- Chabau, A. '37 (2) -I-Adams, L. '64 (7) Harbaugh, D. '22 * Davis, P. Jr. '35 (6) -I- Baines, D. '75 Dragstedt, C. Jr. '43 -I- Hardenbergh, W. '18 (7) Barish ', M. '66 (7) Evans, S. '47 (7) McCormack, J. '39 Carter, R. '56 (7) -I- Fitzgerald, J. '43 Wormser, F. -'16 (7) Dembert, M. '71 Frentz, A. '25 (6) Ernst, C. '60 (7) -I- Fuller, G. '08 (7) • CORNELL 62 Gillespie, D. '76 Heskett, B. '22 (2) Adams, S. '75 Hyde, B. '75 (2) Anderson, K. '20 (5) -I- Holinger, P. '28 -I- Johnston, F. '28 (2) Holtsberg, C. '34 * Antell, B. '28 (7) Leinbach, P. '54 (2) Antell, R. '43 Hood, R. '38 (2) MacDonald, R. Jr. '57 (7) Kavanaugh, J . '52 * Antell, T. '13 (7) -I- Matalucci, R '61 -I- Beckwith, R. '57 (7) -I- Mabie, W. '24 Slocum, W. '20 (5) Berndt, J. ' 76 -I-Mandel, M. '55 (7) Sprout, J. '48 (5) -I- Bradley, J. Jr. '2 1 (6) McClure, J. Jr. '42 (2) Sprou t, R. '49 Burpee, D. '17 Naas, H. '43 Steinhauer, W. '36 (7) Calaguire, F. '73 Noble, M. '20 (7) Torrey, W. III '75 -I- Purcell, R. '31 * Clark, Po '23 (6) Watters, J. '64 (2) Cushing, J. Jr. '72 Sloan, K. '32 -I- Winchip, J. '57 D'Onofrio, P. '76 Thomann, D. '39 (7) Dentes, G. '76 * Westby, G. '20 CALIFORNIA - 37 DeVore, J. '68 (7) Be'I, D. '29 -I- Dewey, M. '75 CLARKSON - 11 Best, H. '52 Baker, G. '27 (7) Dillon, W. '43 (7) Bias, R. '30 (7) -I- Cronan, D. '64 Embury, F. '27 -I-Botsford, H. '53 (6) Dishaw, A. '23 (7) Enichen, D. '73 Brigham, L. '16 (7) Fitzgerald, J. '27 (6) -I- Gilchrist, J. Jr. '39 (7). Carr, R. Jr. '21 (6) Joy, C. '29 (7) Gilchrist, R. '40 (7) Cobb, E. '58 (6) McCann, W. '69 (6) -I- Gustin, J. '56 -I- Donlon, R. '51 (2) Millson, M. '67 (2) Haldeman, S. '24 (7) -I- Edwards, D. '16 Naylon, R. Jr. '72 Hamman, D. '66 Eubanks, M. '48 (6) Hessler, O. J 42 • Phillips, C. III '64 (6) -I- Franklin, W. '37 Shurtleff, R. '66 ' -I- Howe, W. '42 Fry, J. Jr. '63 Wichmann, G. '26 (7) -I- Howell, A. '50 • Giffen, J. '62 Karli, P. '74 -I- Hansen, J. '48 COLBY - 10 Kennedy" D. '50 (7) Holt, J. '57 Brown, R. '25 • Kiplinger, A. '39 (7) Martinelli, S. '52 (6) DeMiceli, A. '32 Kitchie, G. '57 McEnerney, G. '31 Hurley, W. '49 (6) LaQuatra, J. '74 McGuire, R. '25 (7) Lee, R. '51 (5) La1son, C. '76

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-I- Liepke, R. '76 Mahlstedt, J. '56 -I- Mango, R. '68 Mikulina, T. '62 (6) Orton, S. '66 -I- Pasquale, D. '57 (6) Paxton, J. h. '73 (3) -I- Penrose, J. Jr. '59 (7) Pereira, R. '60 Perry, E. '25 Pfeiffer, K. '12 (4). Preston, R. '19 Schaenen, N. '23 (7) -I- Schaenen, N. Jr. '50 (7) -I- Schenkel, W. Jr. '67 Schnuck, C. '70 Schnuck, S. '72 Smith, A. '31 Smith, F. '26 (5) -I- Sussman, D. '76 Talley, T. '66 Tharp, B. '58 (7) -I-Troy, F. '29 Wallace, A. Jr. '20 (6) Waters, W. '54 -I- Wilson, E. '42 Wilson, J. ',19 Witt, M. '71 -I- Wood, R. '67 (7)

Shake, J. '40 (7) Shoup, D. '26 (6) Simpson, T. '76 • Tilden, A. '28 -I- Trusler, B. '31 Wise, B. '36 * Wolf, J. 'S9 -I- Yosowitz, M. '37

CREIGHTON 5 • Buckmiller, W. '71 -I- Byrne, T. '75 Haerr, R. '72 Lane, R. '70 (6) McNary, G. '76

FRESNO 5 Bynum M. '71 Correia, J. '76 -I- Malick, J. '76 Mikuni, R. '72

DARTMOUTH 11 • Banks, W. '45 (3) Brown, J. '25 Ensinger, S. '27 (7) -I- Foley, A. '20 Herget, J. '30 (7) Hoiles, C. '32 (2) Howe E. '24 (3) Karukin, D. '48 (2) -I- Tanner, T. '46 (7) VanReypen, R. '47 Watts, H. '60 (6)

GEORGIA TECH - 7 Abbott, J. '69 (7) -I- Johnson, H. '65 -I- Kortemeier, K. '67 Lawson, C. '64 (6) Monfort, C. Jr. '68 (7) Mumper, M. '62 (2) -I- Walters, A. '6'9 (3)

DAYTON 1 Lyons, W. '72 (3) DELAWARE - 5 -I- Anzalone, E. '72 -I- Brooks, M. '73 Carey, J. Jr. '70 Coyne, P. '70 Reifschneider, D. '70 (7) DENISON 10 Boswau, H. '65 (7) • Brainard, D. '62 (2) Fleming, R. '50 Fogel, E. Jr. '62 (2) -I-Foy, R. '60 Haines F. '63 (5) -I- Hoeft, W. '58 (7) -I- Jacobs, B. '60 Langhorst, E. '71 (6) Sarvis, R. '72

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DEPAUW 3 0 * Bennett, E. '25 (7) • Bowman, W. '30 (6) Clutter, R . '39 (7) Cook, W. '20 Coons, R. '41 (2) Dickerson, W. '51 Emmons, G. '69 (2) Fischer, C. '62 (6) Hampton, J. '72 -I- Hartline, J. '34 Isenbarger, J. '45 (2) -I- Kerr, J. '32 (7) Koch, J. '53 • Kohler, G. '61 (2) -I- Lascher, E. '61 -I- Magan, T. '64 (5) McCarty, T. '28 (7) -I- McEvoy, P. '27 (2) Newell, R. '34 (6) Petty, J . '36 (2) Reagan, W. '46 Scheidt, A. '30

EASTERN KENTUCKY Argabright, T. '70 Hek, B. '70 (6) FLORIDA -

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-I- Baumgardner, P. '62 (3) • Bayman, S. '68 • Brady, J. Jr. '66 (2) -I- Carter, W. ' 71 (2) Forrest, P. '68 (7) Marinelli, J. '66 (7) Myers, R. '76 Pritchard, G. '62 (2) -I- Pritchard, T. '71 Rigby, J. '68 Roberts, J. '63 (6) -I- Sarasua, J. '69 -I- Schallern, M. '70 -I- Sharpe, M. II '62 -I- Toolan, M. '68

• Peterson, R. '73

HAMILTON 12 Carman, W. Jr. '58 Driscoll, W. '58 (7) Green, D. '29 Hadley, R. '66 Havens, G. '61 Houtenbrink, F. '56 (2) * Orcutt, B. '26 (7) Nye, S. '52 Raho, J. '48 (7) Scovel, F. '25 Strohmeyer. G. Jr. '66 Wefer, D. '64 (6) HARVARD - 5 Adams, A. '32 (2) Crosby, C. '25 (2) Holder, E. ' 31 -I- Lovett, L. '33 (2) Lowman, G. '38 (2) HOUSTON Dutcher, D. Hawkins, C. -I- Mertens, N. Sortino, A.

4 '73 (2) Jr. '76 '73 '72

ILLINOIS 63 Albrecht, D. '61 (2) Allen, L. Jr. '47 (7) * Beckman, A. '23 (2) -I- Bercher, W. '38 -I- Blankenship, M. '56 Bright, O. '12 (2) -I- Brunson, R. '58 (7) Carlson, C. '75 Chandler, G. '22 -I- Coffel, C. '28 (7) -I- Cook, P. '56 -I-Cox, K. '76 Crowley, R. '69 (4) Day, W. '54 (6) Dees, D. '65 -I- Donohoe, R. '55 (7) -I- Emerson: B. '69 Erb, G. '32 (7) F inney, M. '53

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INDIANA 60 + Allard, D . '70 (2) + Anderson, C. Jr. '27 + Ballard, R. '62 (2) + Burkhart, T. '62 Campbell, J. 31 (7) * Caylor, H . '16 (7) + Caylor, T. '21 (2) Currier, R. '64 + DeBolt, R. '49 (4) Dunn, G. '69 + Elsen, G. '75 + Endwright, D. '56 (6) Escott, I. Jr. '41 + Farrell, J. '76 + Fiscus, C. '62 . Fleetwood, R. '29 (6) Gordon, V. '12 (7) Gutman, P. '52 (2) Hall, W. '44 (5) Harper, B. '54 (6) * Haugh, R. '43 Hayes, R . '48 (7) Hirschmann, J. '38 (2) Hollis, J. '28 Hutchison, C. '74 (3) Jordan, R. '51 (2) + Kahlenbeck, H. Jr. '52 (7) Kilpatrick, T. '56 (2) Kovener, R. '55 (6) Lett, E. '13 (7) Manalo, R. '71 (2) + Martindale, J . '36 Mason, J. '76 Massey, D. '61 (4) McClary, J. '76 + McCollum, M. Jr. '54 + McReynolds, O. '15 (4) * Melvin, R. '30 Moss, L. '49 (7) + Moss, P. '69 + Mossier, A. '50 (2) Murphy, J. '74 Peak, P. '55 (7) Racz, R. '67 Ray, R. '57 (2) Robb, M. '26 (5) Rosenberger, H. '22 (6) + SerVaas, B. '41 + Shepard, L. '19 Shreiner, S. '57 (7)

+

+ Smith, H. '52 (7) Smith, K . '63 (2) Stephens, X . '28 • Summers, T. '51 (5) Swank, T. '68 (3) Weal', G. '17 (7) + Well s, J. '65 (6) * Yenne, H. '16 (7) Yoder, A. Jr. '35 (7) Yodel', P. '70 (6)

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IOWA 30 Allen, R. '32 (7) + Anderson, K. '72 Benson, C. '41 Boelio, R . '35 Bornholdt, J. '36 Burge, J. '61 (7) Childs, H. '33 (7) + Currie, E. '47 Dake, N . '46 + Fillenwarth, K. '46 Fletcher, J. '35 (7) Gildner, D. 65 + Hars ha, H. '42 (6) + Hawkinson , H. '35 (7) + Holscher, R. '44 Hynes, M. '67 (7) Lapham, R. '39 Littig, H. '65 + Lundy, J. '36 Lyon, R. '57 O'Connor, R. '47 * Ober mann, C. '27 (6) Ostrem, C. Jr. '49 Renfro, R. '46 (2) Rider, R. '75 Rubin, W. '68 + Schropp, S . '72 Steele, J. '63 (2) + Volkmer, W. '53 Wanamaker, J. '53

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IOWA STATE 43 + Bates, K. '54 Calderwood, E. '14 (6) Chappell, C. '31 Clark. C '36 (7) Cox, D 73 Cronk, J. '60 (6) Donahey, W. '32 (6) Farr, R. '61 (7) Fuessle, E. '48 Gruenig, C. Jr. '59 Hamilton, R . '43 (2) HeckmiJIer, D. '57 + Howes, R. Jr. '38 Ingols, R. '67 (2) +John, E. '16 Johnson, A. Jr. '47 (3) Johnson, M. '74 + Joslin, R. '47 (3) + Kopel, R. '45 Kuehl, A. '24 Lovell, J. Jr. '50 (2) + Marvin, K. '23 (3) + Mason, R. 'SS Matz, R. '30 + Moeller, R. '52 N eil, R . 'SO (7) Palmer, H . '60 (2) + Pearson, L . '64 Peters, T. '57 Rogers, D . '53 Schooley, F . '22 (7) Sigman, W. '50 (6) Spears, R. '41 (7) Staidl, A . '69 Tillapaugh, H. '32 (2) Voggenthaler, A. '24 (6) W a rren, A. '22 (7) Webster, V. '25 (7) Willard, F . '21 (2) Williamson, R. '28 (7) + Wolfe, J. '12 (7) Wood, R. '51 + Yirak, J. '40 (2) JOHNS HOPKINS 29 + Bigley, H. Jr. '64 + Brimer, T. Jr. '57 (6) + Brown, L. Jr. '65 Budnitz, E . Jr. '53 (7) Conner, J. '55 Edel, D. Jr. '46 (7) + Ferrazzano, D. '68 + Gibson, W. '50 Gilbert, J. '57 (7) + Hambleton, R. '22 Hayes, P. '16 (6) Hick man, R. '28 (7) Keller, H. '68 L a usch, S. '29 (6) + Levy, K. '26 (6) Lord, R. '54 (7) M a llonee, C. '28 * Miller, C. '49 (5) Myers, C. '52

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Palumbo, A. Jr. '67 (6) Peach, J. '31 Peck, H . '37 + Potter, C. '68 + Reutter, T. Jr. '61 Rough, C. '47 Smith, D . '29 (7) Utterback, P. '48 (7) + Ward, H. '73 Weyforth, W. '12 (7)

Litwiler, T. '56 Norris , J. ' 76 Parsons, D . '65 (2) Potter, R. '64 (2) Powers, D . '67 Ramsey, C. '57 + Read, G. '36 Schors ten, B. '70 • Starr, G. '66 Urschler, E . Jr. '59 (2)

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LAFAYETTE 27 Albertson, M. '22 Alexander, C. IV, '56 (7) Angle, J. '17 Conklin, H. Jr. '15 (7) Ernst, R. '19 Freney, J. '56 (7) Gage, J. '55 Harnish, H. '31 Helps , W. '25 (7) Hindenach, L. '40 . (5) Kaye, A. '23 (7) Klein, M. '76 +Longo, R. '63 (5) MacGeachie, M. '72 McGlynn, W. Jr. '38 (7) Miceli, T. '73 * Noreika, R. '67 (7) + Pilgrim, C. Jr. '33 (3) Pilgrim, W . '30 (7) Rossh eim, R. '54 Sigler, A. '53 • Smith, P. '17 (7) • Strizki, R. '55 + Townsend, C. '34 (7) *Travaglini, G. '72 (3) + West, . R. '53 (7) Zembron, J. '74

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KANSAS - 53 * Adams, M. '20 (4) Ballou, D. '75 (2) Belt, C. '57 (7) Berkley, K. '61 (7) + Bertoglio, J. '76 Bertoglio, J. '58 (7) Bracco, B. '73 + Brainard, W. '56 Burket, I. '16 (7) + Butler, A. '31 (3) * Cayot, C. '25 (3) Cole, G. ' 75 Comstock, J. '48 Congleton, P. '52 (2) Cram, J. '71 Cramer, W. '33 (7) + Crowther, M. '59 + Davidso n, K . '52 Dietrich, A. '37 + Dietrich, R. '33 (6) Etherington, S. '71 (4) + Fairchild, L. '64 (7) + Fiske, T. '55 + Forney, R. '21 (5) Gear, G. '15 (7) Gear, M . '17 (7) + Grady, M. '67 + Gregory, L. '75 (2) + Grove, M. '42 (4) + Gwinner, G. '64 Hatch, D. '29 Herriott, J . '35 (2) * Hertzler, J. '58 Hiebsch, V. Jr. '42 (3) Hinshaw, C. Jr. '54 (7) Irwin, J. '49 (7) Jewell, J . '29 + Johnson, O . Sr. '26 Kampschroeder, H. '67 + Klemp; H. '26 (2) + Knorr, J. '31 (7) Lamb, J. '23 (2) + Lammons , J . '50 Light, M. '49 (5) + McCall, R. '53 + Miller, P. '76 +Ray, G. '67 + Samples, L. '38 Seitz, J. '31 (6) * Slawson, D. '55 (7) Turgeon, L. '42 * Warner, H . '25 (7) + Williams, R. '40

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KANSAS STATE 15 + Abbott, R. '61 Braxmeyer, J. '73 Brumba ugh, S. '76 Dyke, T. '66 (3) Gordon, W. '60 Greene, R. '58 (7) + Haughey , C. '56 (7) • Hawk, T. '68 + Huffman, D. '68 James, S. '67 Jubelt, B. '68 (6) Kennedy, W . '70 (6) Lewis, J. '76 + McKinley, D. '71 + Musil, E. '71 (5) • KENT STATE 22 + Becherer, W. '49 Cardinal, K. '51 (7) + Champion, R. '54 + Crawford, D. '49 Dalcher, A. '57 (2) + Emerson, J. '64 Farinacci, A. '65. (6) + Gersten, I. '61 (7) • Gifford, R. '48 Haddad, D. '57 (2) Hall, P, '49 (7) • Lalumia, D. '56 (7)

LEHIGH 37 • Allen, C. '25 (3). Arthur, J. '21 Barba, C. Jr. '27 (7) Berg, P. '44 Carey, P. '70 (6) Christiansen, R. '56 Cornelius, A. '44 Day, C. '30 (6) Forstall, E. '20 (7) Gabriel, R. '51 (2) Gerber, I. '19 (7) Gourley, C. '58 (2) Hartigan, A. '57 Hayes, W. '43 (7) Hornbaker, D . '26 Kurtz, J. '52 + Leonard, A. '14 • Maroti, L. '58 (7) M c Kenna, C. '68 (6) + Middleton, D. '42 Miller, G. Jr. '76 Nickerson, J. Jr. '61 • Peck, H. '37 P erna, J. '76 Pitonak, G. '74 + Porter, K. '43 (6) Purdy, R. '28 (7) + Puth, J . '52 (2) Ram say, J . '58 (7) • Redline, J. Jr. '48 Ryder, F. Sr. '16 (7). Sawte lle, G. '40 + Schaub, E. '27 Spieth, R . '76 Swenson. C. '60 Tis iker, M. '75 + Ziebold, W. '46

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LOUISVILLE 19 AIt, L . '62 (6) Applega te, W . '65 Barnes, M. '76 Click, S. Jr. '50 Crume, W. Jr. '65 Federa, H. '35 (7) + Fish er, J. '73 + Gaddie, G. '49 (7) + Gillespie, T. '53 H a ll, M. '62 (7) + Hayes, K. '50 Howe, F. '64 + Howe, L. '31 (2) Jackson, H. II '52 Neely, R. '71 Rog ers, B. '49 • VonWicklen, F. '22 (7) • Weber, W. '54 (3) Wellkamp, J. '76

MARIETTA - 10 Amrine, F. Jr. '40 Barton, F. '23 (2) Bingham, R. '45 + Bruny, C. '27 Dake, J. '4 4 (7) + D euel, M. '42 Elliott, F. ' 76 Jennin gs , C. '31 (2) Leininger, J. '43 Snediker, L. Jr. '50 (7)

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MARYLAND 5 Doetsch, P. '76 + Kirkpatrick, W . '68 Pierce, D. '63 + Rendine, P . '65 (5) Smith, J. III '73

+

(3)

MCCILL 5 + Elcombe, D. '65 (2) +Gardner ,J. '33 (2) + McGill, F. '15 (6) Ross, S. '11 (7) • Wood, A. '64 (6) MIAMI - 59 Barker, H. '50 (7) J. '68 Blair, G. '37 (7) Campo, M. '73 • Conklin, T. '29 (7) + Darlin, W. '57 + Dashiell, L. '52 Dodd, F. '49 + Eagleson, D. '44 (7) + Easton, M. '73 + Eaton, W. '71 Ehrich, J. '42 (7) * Elder, F. '27 + Fay, T. '43 Filter, R. '50 + Germano, D. '53 Gillette, R. '52 (6) Gillette, W. '53 (2) Godfrey, W. '58 (6) Goldman, M. '16 (3) Gray, M. '36 (2) HaJlihah, J. '67 + Hamilton, D. '51 (7) Hillis, J. '64 Hugus, B. '52 Iserman, J. '50 (5) + Johnston, G. '57 Joseph, W. '53 (3) Keenen, R. '41 (6) + Knaus s, N. '53 (7) May, J. '45 (7) McGovern, E. '51 McNamara, J. '29 (3) + Metzger, S. '69 Miller, P. Sr. '20 (7) Miller, W. '27 Newton, J. '45 Nies, D. '69 Orebaugh, L. '24 (6) Paulson, N. 'G7 Petrich, J. '36 (7) Pryor, R. '37 Pults, W. ' 11 (7) • Ranallo, J. '30 (6) Reebel, A. '27 (7) + Rogers, J. '57 (4) Sachwitz, W. '55 Sechnick, D. '76 Shane, M. '52 (7) Sollars, H. '12 (7) Sponsler, D. '58 + Stillson, W. '39 Thesken, E. '30 (7) Tom'jee, G. '37 (2) + Troutwine, D. '40 Vaughn, G. '48 (6) • Vintilla, R. '50 (2) Williams, C. '53 (2) Witte, C. '51

+ Barr,

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MANITOBA 4 * Brass, J. '73 * Patriarche, V. '29 Spear, R. '48 * Wintemute, P . '60

MICHIGAN 49 Baldwin, R. '13 (2) + Brumbaugh, W. Jr. '28 Chalfant, T . '70 Cleland, B. '28 (2) Correll, C. '63 (8) + Croxton, M. '23 (7) + Eldridge, C. III '60 Evans, S. '56 (7)

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Green, G. '22 (6) Greenbaum, G. '74 Hanover, J. '67 Hellwarth, G. '55 (7) Hoad, J. '32 (2) Hole, W. Jr. '51 Hoyt, H. '26 + J e ncks, H. '64 Joachim, G. '63 (7) Johnson, L. '22 (6) Johnson, P. '76 + Kaptain, S. '48 (7) + Kemmer, M . '73 L aarman, J. '55 Lansdale, D. '38 + Lipton, R. '64 Maudlin, D. '71 May, R. '38 McCloy, J. '48 McCobb, E. '23 *McCobb, H. '25 (7) + McLouth, P. '21 * Meyer, R. '61 (3) + Monberg, L. Jr. '63 Moore, C. '29 (7) Mortensen, M . Jr. '35 (7) * Otten, J. '61 + Perkins, M. Jr. '51 (7) Perry, H. '16 Poole, F. '46 . (7) Renger, J. '76 Schoff, J. '22 (7) * Sherburne, N. '59 Spencer, R. III '59 (7) Stuart, J. '52 (2) + Suelthaus, K. '66 (7) Tnpp, K. Jr. '48 . (7) + Underwood, G. '55 Wardle, R. '52 White, J. '50 (7) Wilson, W . '38 (7) MICHIGAN STATE 28 + Allen, C. '55 (7) + Allen, J. Jr. '60 + Bopf, W. '58 (5) + Borg, R. '67 Cavell, W. '65 (6) * Dean, A. '60 + Franzetta, P. '70 + Fruin, W. '57 Hughes, R. '59 Irons, J. '69 Maccani, L. ' 56 + McBain, R. '64 (6) McGovern, A. Jr. '50 Nauert, R. '65 OIdford, J. '72 +Pedrick, L. '70 + Perkins, R. Jr. '50. Ruff, E. '56 (2) • Schlitt, D. '64 + Smevold, R. '69 Stafko, R. '68 Tanton, J. '56 + Thompson, R. '67 (7) + Valente, R. '67 + Whitson, G. III '52 (2) Wilks, E. '51 (2) + Wilson, J. '62 + Wyllie, G . . '54 (7) MIDDLEBURY 28 Allen, C. '2'9 (7) + Axinn, D. '51 (4) Bennett, T. '41 (7) Bleakley, G. '75 Calef, R. '31 CoJlins, D. '35 (2) Crane, R. '41 Cummings, M. '75 Ferrari, E. 'S 4 (5) Flickinger, J. '72 + Henderson, J . '50 Hill, P. '37 (3) Jacobi, C. '75 Jacoby, C. '75 Kelley, W. '29 (7) Kuebler, C. '17 Lee, M. '21 (7) McKenna, F. ' 29 + McLeod, J. '26 (7) McNamee, F . '50 *Noonan, R. '21 (3) Pierce, A. '30 + Rennie, A. Jr. '23 Ricker, J. '06 (6) Riley, D. '24 (6) + Sincerbox, R. '20 Taylor, D. '76 • Willey, R. '20 (6). MINNESOTA 22 +Cary, E. '18 (7) Challman, R. '27 Craig, J. '58 (7) * Crippen, C. '30 (7) Else, M : '40

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MISSOURI 40 Allemann, G. '69 (2) Anders on, R. '63 (6) Armstrong, R. '21 Beimdiek, G. '35 (7) • Brady, T . '62 (2) • * B r igg s, H . '51 (3) Capps, J. '67 (7) Chan e y, M. '29 (3) + Coulter, M. '74 Craven, S. '74 + Deimund, E. II '60 Edinger, D. '70 Gaddis , W. '57 Gibson, W. '38 (7) + Harmon, T. '69 + Hendrix, J . '61 • Herrod, T. '27 • Hodge, W. '25 (7) Hughes , L . Jr. ' 3 1 + Jeans, J . Jr. '53 + LeCrone, G. '22 Lynch, M. '76 Marbery, C. '59 , (4) + McKinnon, C. '56 + Moore, B. '63 (5) Mueller, G. '67 (4) + Neff, V . '66 (2) Ochs, H . Jr. '33 (7) +Reed D. ' 70 + Robb, C. '55 Roster, C. '17 (5) Schmidt, R. '30 (6) + Tate, B. Jr. '41 + Taylor, W . '41 Tenna nt, F. Jr. '62 (7) + Vinyard, J. Jr. '42 (7) + Webb, R . '31 (3) Witt, T . '22 (7) + Yehlen, P . '72 • + Yingling, R. Jr. ' 62 (3) NEBRASKA - 40 Adams, R. '45 (6) Ayres , G. '64 + .Borchman, C. '62 Brantz, G. '76 CampbeJl, T . '67 Carr, J. '76 Christenson, A. '45 (7) Deterding, D. '57 (7) Drummond, W. '48 (5) Forke, D. '47 Giles , B. ' 68 Goodwin, F. Jr. '50 (6) * Gray, H . '34 (7) • + Harney, L. '17 (2) Harris, J. '36 (7) Hummel, P . '31 (5) + Hundahl, R. '50 + Johnson, W. '42 (6) + Jones, W . '27 (7) Krommenhoek, W. '58 (4) Lawler, J. '56 (3) McCormick, W . '46 Muff, H . '30 (7) + Nelson, E. '16 O'Bannon , K. '50 (3) Pedley, W. '32 Sage, G. '10 (7) Schick, L. '29 (7) Smaha, G. '24 (2) Smith, H . '65 (7) Sorensen, C. '34 (7) Straka, E. Jr. '53 (7) + Swanson, J. '50 Thompson, K. '14 (5) + Tippetts , J . '67 . • Urbach, H . '33 Watson, R . '55 • Wilkins, H. '42 (2) • Williams, J. '61 Yoder, O. '26 (6) NEW YORK 8 Bema n, A . '34 (2) S. '24 (2) • Coon, D. '32 Gaylord, E. '23 (2)

+ Brown,

+ Koski, G. '4 3 (2) K ra nichfeld, H. '1 7 (2) + M a zzei, J. '26 (2) Sh erin, G. '11 (2)

* Newman, R. II '59 ( 7) Nollman , J . Jr. '66 (6) + Norse, J. '3 1 + Papich, S. '36 PUl,till, J. '72 • Rakow , T. '65 (7) Sale, E . ' 34 ( 2 ) Sh a nnon, J. Jr. ' 49 (6) + Siebert, E . Jr. '44 Smith, H. '7 4 Somers , T . '73 + Spa njer, R. ' 4 9 (7) T horp, H . Jr. ' 25 (7) Tomlinson, J . ' 2 5 (4) + T renkmann, R. '64 + Vits, H. J r. '54 (6) VanVooren, R. '53 (2) + Waskow, F. '31 (7) White, H. Jr. '33 (7) + Williams, L. ' 34 (7) Williams , W. '39 (3) + Willison , S. '26 (6) Zinn, F. '37 (7)

NORTH CAROLINA 23 + Ayres, R. '66 (6) Bailey, J. '24 (7) + Brown, H. Jr. ' 74 + Byers, W. Jr. '74 Crawford, W . ' 76 Downton , C. III '6 6 ( 5 ) E as t woo d, M. '67 Fogleman, C. III '71 • Gr ay, J. '65 H a igh, W . '71 *' Harkins, P . '62 Heacock, D. '67 (7) Inscoe, J. ' 62 + Jones, R. '6 8 (6) + Myrick, D. '65 (6) Poole, H. '64 (2) Poston, W. '71 (4) + Pugh, A. '73 (2) Ruddell, J. Jr. '71 Thomps on, E. '28 (5) Tull , J. '69 + Waltemyer, R. '75 * Watkins, W. '27 (7) •

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McDowell, A. '34 (7) + Gimlin, R. '42 (7) Glezen, B. '49 (3) McLaren, G. '75 Miller, D. '68 ( 3 ) + Grosse, R. '64 Guthrie, M . Jr. '45 + Moran, R. '72 (3) +Haag, J. '63 • Mullowney, T. '57 Napora no, A. Jr. '71 + Hallman, R . '54 (6) Harter, W . '22 (5) + Novelli, D. '73 (4) Hegeman, R. '49 (2) Patton, R. '37 (6) Humphreys, H. '38 (6) + Posnans ki, T. '72 Klamm, L. '34 + Roby, R. '73 Knopfmeier, H. '69 (7) Ross, C. '36 Kralis, J. '51 (6) Sahloff, W. '30 (6) Schaffer, J. '67 (6) + Krichbaum, C. '69 Schenck, C. '13 Kroehle, T. '53 (7) + LaFortune, R. '51 (7) Schmehl, D. '62 LaRocque, D. '62 + Schreihofer, A. ' '59 (3) Schweizer, D. '40 * Lawson, W. '50 (7) + Thomas, R. '47 (2) +Letts, E. '67 (7) + Truscott, M. '18 (7) McClain, K. '71 (3) Tucker, F. '31 (7) McKirnan, D. '44 (7) VanKeuren, W. '09 (7) McKnight, C. '25 Voorhees, A . '26 (7) + Metz, D. '30 (7) + Metzger, J. '40 + Weeks, H. '51 Williamson, R. '34 (7) PENNSYLVANIA STATE - 38 Meyer, . W. '23 Wittmann, D. '56 Arison, H . Jr. '41 (7) Miller, H. '15 (2) Atkinson, T. Jr. '34 (5) + Miller, W. '3'9 (7) +Wurm, R. '71 Balderston, B . '76 + Minich, D. '68 Murray, T . '49 (2) Belfonti, E. '46 + Neese, A. '36 . + Brooks, R. '42 (7) Cooper, C. '22 (6) Oyler, J. '48 (7) Crosby, R. '54 Oyler, R. '39 (7) Dawsey, W. '55 (7) + Popham, R. '40 (7) + Pryor, R. '46 + De Julius, A. '56 (7) Drazenovich, C. '50 + Rasmussen, D . '49 (7) + Drazenovich, J. '50 (6) Rich, W . '50 Edwards, K. '71 (5) Richardson, W. '25 (7) Fleck, G. '16 (7) • Richwine, G. '75 Flickinger, R. '31 (5) Robertson, R. '31 (2) Rohrer, J. '22 + Gehoe, W. '41 Schreiber, R. '39 (7) • Glass, M. Jr. '73. Hilner, H. '59 (7) + Scott, W. '48 SAN DIEGO - 2 Johnston, J. '58 (6) Shumaker, F. '55 + Fieri, P. '72 Smelser, C. '11 (7) Kols, A. '54 Me-zin, M. '71 Kurtz, R. '48 (7) Smith, A. '19 (7) + LeFevre, E. '48 Smith, J. '52 (7) + Ludvigson, W. '59 (2) + Snead, J. Jr. '31 (7) SAN FERNANDO 2 Martin, K. '74 Stallings, J. '45 (6) Rice, D. '64 Miller, J . '13 (7) Stanback, H. '39 (7) Waite, E. '66 (2) Nix, R. '48 Steiger, A. Jr. '48 (7) Stoops, R. '64 (2) • Peters, W. '14 (2) Piper, W. '44 SAN JOSE 15 • Stutsman, R. '53 + Prutzman, C. '18 (4) Sweeney, J. '64 (2) Arena, F. Jr. '51 (2) Prutzman, J. '34 (6) + Bodenburg, J . '67 (2) + Theiss, G. '68 Richmond, B. '75 Udell, J. '74 Boothe, S. '52 (7) VonGrimmenstein, C. '49 (6) + Fraser, J. '55 + Sarver, J. '57 Frusetta , C. Jr. '49 (6) Shade, W. '50 (7) W a hl, J. '45 (7) +Legge, R. '58 (2) Shields, D . '76 + Wernet, R. '49 Williams, N. 64 (2) Spires, M . '74 Lund, A. '55 (7) Williams, T. '34 (7) + McPherson, D. '56 • Ulerich, W. '31 (23) • Schrock, J. '57 Ventresca, T. '68 Spoone r, P. '55 + Weaver, W. '22 (6) + Zboyovsky, J. '51 (6) • Stepovich, M. '56 RIPON 5 Straub, D . '54 (7) + Ferguson, S. "74 Swander, J. '63 (6) + Jamrich, J. '69 Ueberroth, P. '59 (2) M a nn, S. '69 + Yates, S. '55 (2) Van Gordon, S. III '62 Wachholtz, R. '69 (6) SIMPSON - 10 + Crabbe, E. '18 (7) ROCHESTER - 9 Dunbar, K. '69 (6) Bruton, R. '50 Foster, H. '13 (7) + Elwell, R. '50 (2) + Howsare, P. '29 (7) Holzwarth, C. '06 Koser, M. '20 (4) Istvan, D. '53 (2) + Larson, H. '28 (5) Schreiner, G. '38 (2) Lilly, J. '59 (7) Schwartz, A. '32 McGee, R. '20 (7) Soule, R. '17 Stewart, E. '16 (2) + Woods, R. '42 (2) + Stewart, L. '24 (6) + Wurfbain, M. '56 (3) PLATTEVILLE 3 + Lundeen, T. '52 (7) SOUTH DAKOTA + Motter, A. ' 70 !lex, R. '72 + Wolf, D. '75 RUTGERS 54 Ades, H. '2'9 (7) + Anderson, R. '66. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS - 3 Bagley, H. '32 (6) PURDUE 84 + Berra, W. '73 + Anderson, B. '65 Barlow, R . '50 (2) Ernst, G. Jr. '72 Arnold, H. '18 (7) Beyer, A. '68 + Herlin, G. '73 + Bacon, C. Jr. '38 Borgia, T. '76 Brandes, R. '26 (7) • Baker, H. '50 Banas, S. '50 (6) Campbell, P. '50 (5) STANFORD 22 Allen, R . '54 (7) Bardach, R. '33 Cardell, R . '57 Beall, K. '19 (6) + Churchill, O. '19 + Collett, R. '35 (6) + Beals, J. '30 (6) Crowell, J. '21 (7) • Coonan, T. '43 (6) + Cutter, D. '51 (7) + Beck, R. '62 (5) Curtin, R. '68 Bowler, L. '71 (3) Dickerson, D. '34 (5). + Earthman, T. '75 + Bruns, P. '71 Erneis, C. '34 Dickerson, R. '14 (5) Bugh, O. '22 (3) Faries, J. '55 (6) Downes, W . '33 (7) + Byers, J. '50 (5) Ferguson, W. '30 + Goldberg, A. '58 Fuller, D. '52 (2) Clarke, W. '39 (5) + Golden, G. '74 (3) + Coler, C. '51 (2) Gearhart, W. Jr. '46 Gott, C. '70 Conway, S. '51 (2) Greene, R . '60 (5) Helms, P. III '61 Hurford, D. '73 Groth, E. '48 (2) • Copple, J. '36 Manchester, F. '26 (6) Duffin, D. '44 Haberstroh, W. '72 Egeler, C. '13 (7) Nelson, M. '59 (6) Hoagland, W. '48 (7) Hollerieth, C. '68 (5) Petrich, H. '44 (2) + Feaster, L. '56 K e lly, R. '65 (3) + Fitzgerald, D. '47 (5) + Pura, R. '68 Fowle, A. '47 (3) Krieg, R. Jr. '64 (3) + Smith, O. '52 (2) Funk, D. '61 (6) Liniak, P. '69 (7) Sutherland, J . '59 (2) Gabel, R. '52 (6) Voll, G. '41 Mastrolia, R. '55 Warmington, R. Jr. '64 (2) Gard, G. '43 (7) McCabe, D. '44 (6) PENNSYLVANIA 20 *Acaster, H. '44 (7) + Barbour, G. '41 + Bartle, H . Jr. '30 (2) + Coffey, E. '27 (7) Crofoot, J. '28 + Derry, J. '51 (2) + Elseroad, A. Jr. '53 (7) Hoffman, W. '28 (2) Kennedy, J. '47 (7) Krider, R. '50 (2) + Marshall, J. '65 *Marx, R. '54 +Noble, A. '5 1 (6) Pippitt, S. '25 Quackenbush, R. '55 * Samson, F. '21 (2) Samson, R. '27 Wajert, J. '53 + Wallace, J. '18 (6) • Wilshusen, H. '71

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White, G. '33 (6) Wray, P. '37 (5) SWARTHMORE - 24 Arsht, E. '51 (7) Austrian, N . '61 Cla ppier, H. '44 + Cogswell, C. '56 Coles, C. '21 (6) DeWitt, F . .'46 (2) Eng lehart, H. '43 Gillam, C. '20 (7) * Hallowell, H. Jr. '29 (3) + Harvey, W. '21 Heiser, S. '72 + Longshore, M. '30 (5) McCabe, T . '15 (7) McGuire, H. '2'9 (7) + Palmer, S. Jr. '27 (7) Peterson, J. '64 (2) Ritter, A. '23 (7) + Rogers, A. '23 (7) • S chwertner, R. '48 + Taylor, H. Jr. '27 (7) Taylor, T. '24 (7). + Tomlinson, W. '17 (6) Winkler, E. '52 + Youngblood, D. '47 • SYRACUSE - 47 + Andolina, P. '68 Bachman, C. '37 (7) Bluhm, G. '42 Brown, W. II '57 Brucker, J. '22 + Cicci, A. '65 Cleveland, C. '30 (7) + Connolly, J. '31 (2) Connolly, W. '55 + Cooney, E . '13 (7). * Dean, H . '39 + Dixon, E. '40 (7) DuMond, J. '31 + Duryea, J. '39 + Fitzgerald, R. '67 • Hnnley, L. '45 Hughes, R . '29 (5) + Kagler, W. '54 Lynd, J. '35 (2) MacFarland, W. '28 (6) McFarlane, D. Jr. '52 (7) McLaughlin, B. '58 (7) + Munger, G. '19 (7) Nathan, S. '64 + North, R . '52 Obenhoff, J. '33 (7) + Osborn, H. '21 (7) + Pelton, W. '63 +Ringwall, W. '58 (4) + Schantz, R . '49 Schlegel, L. '67 Shanahan, N. '49 Sherman, T . '48 (7) Stewart, M. Jr. '46 Strates, E. '54 . + Stratton, H. '25 Terwilliger, R . Jr. '51 Tinker, G. '17 (7) + Tracy, B. '17 * 'rracy, H. '16 (2) * Vadney, H. '28 • Vosburgh, F. '25 (7) • • Walsh, J. '49 + Webster, M. Jr. '39 + Willis, W. '49 + Wilson, W. Jr. '30 + Wright, C. Jr. '31 (2) TECHNOLOGY - 33 Allen, L. Jr. '34 (7) * Armstrong, L. '28 (6) + Beadle, W. '20 (7) Beaman, D. Jr. '38 (7) Brazil, L. '74 Britton, C. '33 + Cross, R. '33 (6) Dodge, J . '39 Edmonds, G. '26 (7) Ferry, J . Jr. '3'9 (2) Gillette, R . '36 + Hall, R. '22 (6) Hitchcock, M. '37 (6)

Hodgin, C. '76 Hoffman, P. '55 + Hurst, M. '70 (2) Jakobson, 1. '21 (7) + Jouris, W. '61 (7) Lammers, L. "35 (2) + Lindberg, D. '39 Little, E . '18 (2) MacMartin, J. '50 Machen, C. '31 (7) Martin, S. Jr. '50 (2) + Miller, F. II '23 (7) Myers, J. '41 (7) + Powley, M. Jr. '29 (7). Russell, P. '14 (7) + Stare, D. '62 (2) . Stevens, E. '27 (7) Thayer, C. '32 (3) Woodward, W . '40 (6) Wright, W . '34 (2) TENNESSEE 3 Freesh, P. '70 (7) + Goodwin, R. '72 Greer, D. '72 (2) TEXAS 13 Bellah, M. '58 Brewer, W. '70 (2) + Bryant, R. '74 Cassell, J. Jr. '70 + Earp, R. '63 (4) Hurter, R. '51 + Ivy, J. '73 Jones, C. '54 McReynolds, A. '75 Mitchell, M. '65 (7) Polser, A. Jr. '65 (7) Ugland, D. '76 Welge, J. Jr. '73 TORONTO - 7 , Anderson, R. '39 (3) + Clark, B. '69 Howland, W. '36 (3) + Jackson, B. '50 + Jarmain, E. '30 (3) + Lawrence, W. '49 Westawny, J . '34 (2) TUFTS 24 Ames, H. '36 (6) Avery, F. '31 (5) Ayer, P . Jr. '67 (2) Besse, H . '20 Connolly, J. Jr. '51 Corwin, B. '34 +Cros8, R. '16 (7) D' Arcy, G. '24 (2) + Fletcher, R. '54 + Folsom, R. '38 + Fonda, J. '51 Grinnell, D. '64 Hanny, R. '26 (2) Hardy, F. '68 Kleven, E . '66 + Lee, J. Jr. '50 + MacRobbie, W. Jr. '40 + May, R. '62 (2) McKinney, W. '26 (7) Morse, p. '42 (7) Murphy, E. '51 Petricca, B. '55 + Tarullo, R. '45 Taylor, H. '21 (7) TYLER - 1 Cook, J . '76 U.C.L.A. - 5 Carter, E. '32 (7) • Henkle, T. '50 (3) Mancini, A. '49 (2) O'Neal, R. '34 (6) + Spence, G. '27 (2) UNION - 17 Brown, M. '28 (7) Carbone, M. '71 + Grant, W. '49 (6)

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+ McGehee, J . '38 (7) Morris, C. '22 Munkwitz, G. '25 Murphy, W. '2 8 Nelson, C. '27 (7) Nesb itt, W. '76 Perry, R. '68 + Pope, C. '52 + Proudfoot, W. '65 PuIs, C. '35 Rowe, D. '59 (2) Schmitz, G. '25 Seator, D. '29 (6) Sirotkin, G. '41 + Smart, T. '76 Spickard, L. '20 Stavrum, S. '39 + Steinhauer, F . '50 (7) Stone, C. '30 (4) -I- Stowe, P. '28 + Thompson, S. '24 Trachsel, W. '59 (6) + Viereg, D. '42 Voss, J. '72 * Warren, S. '71 Weinke, D. '59 (7) +Zahn, J. '74 + + + +

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Business and Professional Directory

INSURANCE S. Ross Johnson, CLU, British Columbia '52. Resident Vice President, 443 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5G lTg, and W. Grant Fairley, CLU, Alberta '56, Life Member of Million Dollar Round Table, Suite 1300, Royal Bank Building, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J IX5. New York Life Insurance Company.

BUILDING CONTRACTORS H. C. Kranichfeld, Inc. Builders-En· gineers. I Chase Manhattan Plaza, New York 10005. H. C. Ihanichfeld, N. Y. '17, W. H. Kranichfeld, Colgate '44.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Books by and about brothers escaptist behavior that keep you a smoker. Once these rationlizations are squarely faced and understood, a smoker may begin step two by selecting the quitting strategy that best fits his needs and circumstances.

ROSE: The First One Hun. dred Years, John L. Bloxsome, DePauw '27, Rose·Hulman In. stitute of Technology, 1973, 197 pp.

Hospital Baby Photographer, Worldwide. George Blair, Miami '37, Managing Partner. Hospital Picture Service Company, Box 700, Red Bank, New Jersey. (201) 741-1123. Also, complete Microfilming Service.

PLACEMENT AGENCIES SAN FRANCISCO Placement Agency, Inc. (415) 543-8600 625 Market Street, Suite 1320 San Francisco, California 94105 Don Seghi, C.E.C. Certified Employment Consultant Bradley '51

RESORTS Richard W. Olshavsky Carnegie '62

No More Butts: A Psycholo. gist's Approach to Quitting Ciga. rettes, Richard W. Olshavsky, Carnegie '62, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 1977, 181 pp., $10.00. Richard Olshavsky, a consumer psychologist and associate professor in the Indiana University School of Business, who usually directs his skills toward discov e ring why people buy things and how to get them to buy does just the opposite in his newly released book No More Butts. After five years of research on smoking, Dr. Olshavsky has developed a two-step quitting process that every would be non-smoker will be able to identify with and follow. Step one of his method involves understanding your physiological dependence on nicotine, your rationalizations for continued smoking and the

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Brother Bloxsome's book is a chronicle of the history of the oldest privately supported engineering college west of the Allegheny Mountains. The college'S founding, growth and progress through the years are all discussed in this book. Bloxsome has served Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology for nearly half a century-as a teacher, chairman of the D epartment of Humanities and Social Sciences, vice president for development, and vice president and special assistant to the president. ,

Have You Written a Book Lately? Delta Upsilon authors or members who have had books published about them are invited to send copies or review i1l fm'mation to the fraternity headquarters on before publication for inclusion in this ,'eview column. Books are added to the headquarters library collection of volumes by and about the brothers .

Bahia Lodge. Right on Everglades National Park and Pennekamp Underwater Reef State Park. Skindiving • Fishing • Birdw;itching • Shelling • Boating • Swimming. Cottages with screened porches in palm grove facing Florida Bay. For brochure: Box 537, Tavernier, FL 33070. Phone: (305) 852-2361. Special 10% discount for DU's! Johnny Price, Western Reserve '42.

The October Quarterly will feature Leadership Conference and Convention Coverage and Alumni News Section

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ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: John S_ Sullivan, Robert A_ Seekely, II, Stephen R. Blozis, Barnaby G. Reagen, Gordon M. Goff, Jeffrey K. Spellerberg, William E. Beckley, Hal D-. Amerine, Dave W. Cammarn, Clark Y. Corey, Steven K. Schlarb.

This spring has been fruitful for, our Chapter. We have an outstanding pledge class of thirteen fine men which we are sure will be a strong addition to our chapter. For the second year we have sponsored a dance marathon for the San Diego County Epilepsy Society and raised over $25,000 for that charity. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day Picnic on November 19, 1977.

Oklahoma Jeffrey Lynn Owens, President 603 West Brooks N9nDan, Oklahoma 73069 Oklahoma celebrated its 50th anniversary this term. During "W'o rk Week" some remodeling was done 路on the chapter house. ALUMNI EVENT: First Annual Alumni Party date to be announced. Initiates: Penn V. Rabb, III, Kevin H . Hildreth, Maurice C. Campbell, Steven W. Bugg, David A. Shapiro, Richard A. Dominguez, George A. Farris, Jon W. Wright, Jr., David A. Lee, John H. Gaddis, James R. Allsopp, Robert A. Powell, Jr.

Oklahoma State William E. Puckett, President 311 South Hester Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 Oklahoma State enjoyed a mid-year retreat, shared homecoming with Kappa Delta Sorority, and participated in Spring Sing with Alpha DeIta Pi. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 15, 1977 Initiates: John C. Goodall, Joe B. Wright, Perry H. Duce, Jr., James F. Ritchie, Jeffrey L. Bertalot, Steven T. Cordes, Stuart D. Keeton, Scott E. Morgan, Leland W. Dennis, Michael B. Tate, Jay E. Johnson, Thomas A. Saunders, Cam Pekrul, Robert .labour, II, Stanley E. Carrier, Mark A. Owen.

PURDUE-These nine new brothers are pictUl'ed following their initiation.

Purdue Allen E. Mosiman, President 1290 State Street West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 The Ptirdue Chapter is currently tied with three other fraternities for 8th place scholastically. A five semester project has been completed resulting in an excellent new pledge manual. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 22, 1977 Initiates: William J . Bohler, Kevin A. Wyatt, Mark L. Gauen, Michael C. McKinney, Daniel R. Marquis, Jeffrey S. Porter, Scott . E. HeIt, Gregory S. Caine, John G. Phillips;

Oregon State

Ripon David J. Hanus, President Brockway Hall Ripon College Ripon, Wisconsin 54971 Ripon ranks first in grade improvement and won first place for best booth at Casino Night, the campus' carnival. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming; October 1, 1977 Initiates: Mark D. Arnell, James P. Fahley.

William J. Hieb, President Post Office Box 738 State College, Pennsylvania 16801 Penn State Chapter finished in the top ten of 50 fraternities in the Penn State intramural competition. We sponsored a campus-wide wrist wrestling tournament for the benefit of the Pennsylvania Association for Retarded Children in May which was successful in raising funds. Initiates: Paul J. Brna, James R . Crist, Jack E. Gordon. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

Southern Illinois Thomas O. Syrstad, President 705 West Main Steet Carbondale, TIlinois 62901 Southern Illinois' floor hockey team took third; the bowling team placed first for the fourth consecutive year; and the volleyball team is a strong contender for the title. Initiates: Brent D. Biggs, David A. Bell, Martin K. Lang, William O. Morris, III, l'rank Kakarakas, Dennis M. Kimmeth, Mark W. Heffington, Jeffrey A. Sveinsson, Sean Loeffel, Thomas J. Reeve.

Southwest Texas RIPON-Members of the Ripon Chapter gather ta pose for the photographer.

Robert D. Hess, President 235 North 25th Steet Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Oregon State has improved on grade point, study conditions, house occupancy and participation in community service projects and intramurals. ALUMNI EVENT: 55t11 Anniversary and Homecoming, November 5, 1977 Initiates: Bradley F. Trom, Kevin M . Pike, Martin A. Burger, Louis J. Perkins, Raj M. Savara, John D. Duke, Stanley M. Hinatsu, Duane L. Zimmerman, David L. Ueland, Danny L. Kavanaugh.

Pennsylvania State

South Dakota Brian K. Gevik, President 204 North University Street Vermillion, South Dalota 57069 South Dakota has. realized an increase in membership, and worked on membership development, financial stability and alumni relations. ALUMNI EVENT: Dakota Days-Homecoming, October, 1977 Initiates: Charles 路W. Bauer, David J. Baumeister, Jr., Douglas T. Loen, Clifford A. Lockner, Ron P . McCann, Scott W. Petersen, Kent B. Porter, David M. McGirr.

Rutgers Joseph C. Moss, II, President 66 College Avenue New Brunswick, New Jersey Rutgers participated in the cancer marathon and blood drive; co-sponsored a trip for underprivileged children in New Brubswick to Radio City Music Hall in New York _ ALUMNI EVENT: Princeton football game, September 24, 1977

San Diego Michael A. Wilsey, President 5606 Hardy Avenue San Diego, California 92115

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Robert ' L. Niemietz, President Box 1047 San Marcos, Texas 78666 The Chapter raised $1500 for the Jerry Lewis Telethon. An expanded and more in teresting scholastic program has been . started. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Work Weekend, September 24-25 1977 Initiates: Randell F. Dewbre, Danny W. Knauth.

Stanford Mark S. Whiting, President 553 Mayfield Avenue Stanford, California 94305 W'ith the election of the new officers for next year, the Stanford Chapter is looking forward to a successful term. Spring rush has seen a lot of men visi ting the house this year. ALUMNI EVENT: Stanford vs. California football game-pre-game reception wi th the date to be announced.

Swarthmore . Wiley D. Ganey, Jr., President Swarthmore COllege Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 Swarthmore has begun a renewal of spirit among the Brothers and chapter officers and has the largest and most

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enthusiastic pledge class in several years. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 22.. 1977 Initiates: Daniel L. Levine, Christopher J. Caruso, Nathan H. Mull, IV, David E. Sharp, John .J. Kelly, Thaddeus A. Piotrowski, Richard K. Ballot, Samuel E. Epstein, Phillip F. Weber, Gerard T. Riley, Craig A. Close.

Tennessee won the swimming and diving championship, and the volley ball champion:;hip. The Brothers were also involved in the March of Dimes. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming date to be announced. Initiates: James R. Nicholls, Richard M. Dinsmore, Robert S. Stoughton, Paul V. Rom, John T. Weathers, III, Andrew S. Woods: .

Syracuse Texas

John E. McQuaiI, President 744 Comstock Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210 Syracuse won the intramural swimming meet, had the largest spring pledge class on campus and enjoyed their first annual alumni dinner. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 14-15, 1977 Initiates: Ed Johansen, Alan Branch, Peter Gaines; Jeff Braun, Terry Chermack, Mark Franklin, Matt Gottesfeld, Mark Kirch, David Lutes, Bob Nicase, Robert Ross, Fran Shefun, Ozzie Street, Joe Zeis.

Alan J. Blackburn, President .2510 Leon Street Austin, Texas 78705 ALUMNI EVENT: Annual Alumni Weekend - November 1977 Initiates: Timothy P. Austin, Franklin Cantrell, Charles R. Carney, Gary J. Farmer, Paul K. Ford, David B. Glover, Arthur D. Griffin, III, Charles Jones, Lindsey D. Lee, Richard S. Leonard, Michael E. Mercer, Paul B. Miller, III, Stephen T. Newlin, John R. Pearce, Douglas S. Silveira, Paul M. Stribling, Philip K. Ware, Michael K. Watson.

Technology

Toronto

Craig T. Walloch, President 526 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts 02215 Technology Chapter enjoys a 4.3 out of a possible 5.0 cumulative grade average. Among the highlights of the term are Patriots Day and Educational Foundation Day, with participation also in ' BOston Community Service Project, MD telethon and the Big Brother Program of Boston. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders Day, November 1977 Initiates: Charles F. Malacaria, John F. Dolan, Jr., David L. Smith, Markus A. Whitley, Stephen T. Joyce, Patrick .J. McCabe, Thor A. Hyyppa, Charles F. Irwin.

Paul K. Joannou, President 182 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2N3 Toronto has worked hard this term to improve the chapter house and genet'al functioning of the Chapter. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1977 Initiates: Kevin E. Bertsch, Christopher B. Bozek, Jeffrey P. Dawkins, Michael G. DuBroy, Daryl J. Howes-Jones, Eric P . Lahnsteiner, William .J. McClenaghan, Hubert M. Steenbakkers.

Tennessee Gordon Powell Street, President 1845 Terrace Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37916

to improve the overall function of the Chapter. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 1977 Initiates: Gary G. Hefferman, Paul Z. Bard, Michael R. Williams, Robert M. Gannon, George V. Chigas, Thomas .I. Levesque, Michael B. Band, John C. DiBiaso, Jr., Joseph L. Finigan, John W. Casey, Ro1:)ert A. Littlefield, James .I. Ford.

Tufts Peter R; Dolan, President 114 Professors 'Row Medford, Massachusetts 02155 Tufts Chapter aCCOinplished major improvements in the chapter house and furnishings, and are beginning programs

Tyler John Laurence Olson, President 517 West Houston Tyler, Texas 75701 Tyler collected funds for the American Heart Association and American Cancer Society. In sports, the Chapter won first place in intramural football and the Fra terni ty league basketball. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Octo- ' ber 29, 1977 Initiates: Ira ¡C. Boyd, Jonathan .I. Bjork, Gary L. Gurganus, Randall McDonald, Kevin W. Nix, Timothy B. O'Leary, Stanley W. Redding, Terry L. Walker.

Union Richard J. Hoskinson, President Union College Schenectady, New York 12308 Union sponsored a swim-a-thon resulting in $750 donated to the American Cancer Society. We won the intramural track meet, swimming meet and COoed paddle tennis championship this year. The Brothers also participated in the IFC housing survey and attended the IFC Winter Ball. Initiates: Len Zelasko, John Brown, Malcolm S. Nichols, Michael Forcier, Michael Lisuzzo, Wayne Tunik, Kevin I'rederick, David Feldman.

Virginia Joseph G. Zetkulic, Jr., President 180 Rugby Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Virginia Chapter ' now places 4th in intra murals and several .Brothers achieved 4.0 grade average last semester. ALUMNI EVENT: 55th Anniversary, November 1977 Initiates: Roy L. Beheler, Barry K. Hurlburt, Mark A. Ruebens, Charles S. Russel, Jr., John P. Toner, Charles . H. Turner, IV, Andre K. White.

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Mark A. Hageman, President 4508 19th Avenue, Northeast Seattle, Washington 98105 We have begun a high school visitation program to- Seattle area schools, are printing the newsletter again, and raised over $400 for the house general fund with an all-Greek dance. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni dinner, October 4, 1977 Initiates: Daniel H. Afflerbach, Stephen C. Anrod, Craig A. Bruya, Jim A. Duwe, Dennis J. Haack, Douglas W. Johnson , Scott A. Johnson, Bradley W. Munson, Darryl A. Myhre, Pete Nelson, DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY â&#x20AC;˘

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Dave J. Opitz, Wade T. , Price, George C. Roni, Bradley D. Sacha, Matthew C. Skinner, Dan R . Stockwell.

Washington State Bruce L. Tate, President NOl,theast 815 Ruby Street Pullman, Washington 99163 This spring the Brothers joined forces with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority to de· fend the DU championship in the campus wide songfest. . Initiates: Vance K. Bingham, Kerry J . Phelps, Paul J. Watson, Mark A. Spadoni, Craig R . Monroe, Thomas A. Ripple, Kelly S. Greene, Mark S. Dela· barre, William J. Bickel, Rodney W. Hovde, Wayne R. Burckhardt, Jeffrey C. Darrow, Frank E. Williamson, Michael T. Hawkins.

Western Illinois James R. Baile}';, President 526 North Lafayette Macomb, Dlinois 61455 Western Illinois achieved the second highest grade point of the fraternities on the campus. We spent much time strip· ping and r efinishing the wood floors in the living and dining rooms. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Octo· ber 1977 Initiates: Michael G. West, Stephen P. Letz, James G. Seward, Mark L. Prezioso, Thomas B. Polaski, Jonathan C. DeLe'v.

Western Ontario Stephen C. Lichty, President 294 Central Avenue London, Ontario, Canada N6B 2C8 The Western Ontario Chapter has been active in providing leadership for the IFC at Western, and took the lead· ing role in having the Dance Marathon for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming and 100th anniversary of University, October 20·22, 1978 Initiates: William A. Bartlett, Stephen C. Lichty, David McDonough, Douglas E. MacLaine, Peter D. Memory, James R. Memory, Richard A. Michalak, William R. Murray, David Rudell, Peter W. Rus· land, StephenK. Tilley, Richard H. Wearing, William N. Wright, Bruce Clark, Peter D. Coleman, Robert J. Metras, Douglas S. Hepburn, Michael J. Roach, James S. Weary.

Western Reserve Gary S. Nankin, President 10923 Magnolia Drive Cleveland, Ohio 44106 The Chapter has initiated a craft night at the local children's hospital in Cleveland . In intramurals, Western Re· serve won the swimming crown for the second year. ALUMNI EVENT: Fall initiation and Founders Day Dinner - date to be an· nounced. Initiates: Samuel B. Wilson, Arthur J. Steckman, James E. Monaco, Jr., William M. Tymoszczuk. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

Wichita , Dale Wayne Crabill, President 1720 North Vassal' Wichita, Kansas 67208 ''''ichita sponsored a dance marathon to benefit the school for retarded chil· dren. The Chapter also established a new Membership Development Program aml an; working on improving our adminis· trative records. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual Alumni Pic· nic, August 28, 1977 Initiates: Ravi K. Bajaj, Dan R. Bur· ford, Gary L. Burkman, Clark J. Coyer, Frank DeSocio, Steven F. Fricker, Robert N. Greenberg, Gregory A. Hampton, , Donald A. Laham, Larry R . LeSeur, Ray· mond D. Mefford, Kevin M. O'Neill, Todd N. Pfeiffer, Duane K. Poynter, Jeff E. Sroufe; Jeffrey J. Stock, David W. Struble, David E. Wells, Gary W. Wil· Iiams. '

Wisconsin William L. Jacobson, President 644 North Frances Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703 Our speakers program was very success· ful this year as speakers on several topics came to the house for presentations. The highlight of this program was the guest appearance of mayoral candidates in a forum that was broadcast by Madison's cable television station from our house. Our fourth floor ' study room has been re· novated and study tables and drafting tables added.

Initiates: Brett K. Laurila, Bruce A. Henry, Donald , K. Parker, Michael C. Schantz.

p:erinsylvania ADU Frank E. Gray, President 3902 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 The Alpha Delta Upsilon Colony at the University of Pennsylvania is proud to announce the r eorga nization of Delta Upsilon at Pennsylvania. There are 13 affiliated m embers and we arc working hard on rushing more members. With the leadership of the officers and the assistance and support of our alumni, we are very confident of enjoying are· warding and fulfilling college experience as have so many DU's before us.

South Carolina ADU Stephen P. Sheppard, President Post Office Box 88345 Columbia, South' Carolina 29208 This semester we have been very busy rushing new members. We have had several - different types of rush functions including a bowling party at Dan Toma's place. ''\Ie also had a chapter retreat at Edisto River in order to get away from school and work out some definite goals for our chapter. This year we helped sponsor Carolina Cares a program to help children that are crippled, retarded or orphans. We also helped with the Special Olympics program sponsored by the University.

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Bradley D. Bastow, President 334 Evergreen East Lansing, Michigan ,48823 DU is back at MSUI From the reor· ganization days of last fall and an initial group of 17 men we have worked hard to increase our membership and now num· ber 30 hearty souls. We have participated in intramurals, won the all·Greek blood drive, teamed with the Tri·Delts for Greek Sing, sponsored an all· campus pool tournament, and attained a: respectable 2.88 grade point average which ranks us fourth out of 23 fraternities. Next fall we welcome all the MSU DU's back to campus for homecoming which will be at the chapter house, 334 Evergreen. We will be sending you fur· ther details later on this.

Oregon ADU Lonnie R. James, President 1059 Hilyard Strreet Eugene, Oregon 97401 Oregon ADU participated in Eugene's big brotherI ii ttle brother C h r i s t mas party, the Mal'Ch of Dimes walkathon, and the Greek week of giving sponsored by campus IFC.

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There were four reports that were not in by the extend~d deadline for this issue. lVe hope that their alumni will write the chapter president instead of , the editor. The missing reports include: DENISON HOUSTON WILMINGTON LOUISIANA STATE

DEADLINE: Next Chapter News Report due by October 1, 1977. Pennsylvania DU Alumni You won't want to miss HOME· COMING 1977 at the new Penn DU house details in the chapter newsletter. SAVE THE DATE of October 29th, 1977 for a real welcome back DU Penn celebration.

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I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST

Births Fresno '69-Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Loy of San Mateo, California, a daughter, Amye Lynn, on September 10, 1976. Northern Iowa '73-Mr. and Mrs. Michael Siepmann of Des Moines, Iowa, a daughter, on March 5, 1977. Northern Iowa '78-Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Clabby of Waterloo, Iowa, a daughter, on March 12, 1977. Northwestern '47-Mr. and Mrs. James N. Cossitt of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ' a daughter, Anne Elizabeth, on September 7, 1976. Oklahoma '69-Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Lawhon of Lincoln, Nebra,s ka, a son, Alexander Harrison, on March 16, 1977. Texas '67-Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Slayton of Austin, Texas, a son, Alan Michael, on April 19, 1977. Wisconsin '69-Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Roesing, of Waukesha, Wisconsin, a daughter, Carrie Anne, on February 11, 1977.

Marriages Delaware '77-Christopher E. Wagner and Miss Yvonne K. Shaw at Towson, Maryland on June 12, 1977. Northern Iowa '76-Richard K. Borts and Miss Mary Kay 'Vilcox on May 28, 1977. Northern Iowa '76-Mark L. Murphy and Miss Jean Friedrichse on June 4, 1977. Northern Iowa '78-Jeff C. Baker and Miss Kimpa Jones on May 21, 1977. Tyler '73-William Van Jordan and Miss Candy Sue Crocker on July 23, 1977.

Obituaries It is with regret that the QUa1'terl)' announces the death of the following brothers. ALBERTA Frederick J. Baker, '34, Feb. 6, 1977 Michael A. Emery, '53 William M. Woywitka, '66 AMHERST Paul H. Plough, 'i7, Nov. 23, 1976 "'Wilmer Scott '41 Harold L. Smith, Jr., '36 Mar. 14, 1977 Arthur D. K. Stahman, '14, Feb. 17, 1976 CALiFORNIA Harry F. Thompson '39, Sept. 11, 1976 CARNEGIE ; Jerome B. Drew, '61 Joseph W. Elger, '45 , G. Guy Kelcey, '14 PaulO. Klingensmith, '17, Apr. 9, 1977 James R. Wohlsen, '37, I<eb. 23, 1977 CHICAGO Alfred W. Brickman, '22 Mar. 7, 1977

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COLBY Leo W. MacDonald, '28, Oct. 31, 1976 Winthrop L. Webb, '17, Jan. 20, 1971 COLGATE Albert E. Manchee, '27, Feb. 18, 1977 COLUMBIA John A. Weaver, '11, Apr. 13, 1977 James G. White, '44, Jan. 19, 1977 CORNELL Theodore F. King, '20 Mar. I, 1977 Merwin M. Williams, '33, Mar. 30, 1977 DARTMOUTH Kenneth W. Foley, '24, Oct. 23, 1976 James L. Price, '68, Oct. Il, 1976 DEPAUW Goodsell W. Herron, '17, Mar. 16, 1977 Vern F. Ross, '27, Sept. 4, 1976 HAMILTON James D. Peters. '20, Mar. 22, 1977 Harold W. VanWagenen, '26 Jan. 10, '77 HARVARD Donald Gay, '30, June Il, 1973 David H. Pabst, '37, Jan. la, 1977 HOUSTON Albert V. Baldini, '73 ILLINOIS Charles R. Brown, '29, Nov. 2, 1976 Lionel J. Hirsch, Jr., '39 INDIANA Clarence E. Alvey, '48, July 15, 1976 Robert E. Schmidt, '51, Feb. 6, 1969 IOWA Lloyd R. Edwards, '24, Jan. 18, 1977 Richard A. Lynch, '53, Feb. 17, 1977 James W. Nield, '30, Jan. 5, 1973 IOWA STATE "Holmes S. Batchelder, '08 George A. Heikens, '27, Apr. 20, 1976 Raymond J. Wiese, '16, Apr. I, 1977 KANSAS Gregg B. Athy, '30, Jan. 27, 1977 Jack Hines, '46, Sept. 12, 1976 KENT STATE Raymond E. Manchester, '20, Apr. 1974 LAFAYETTE "Raymond J. Colesworthy, Jr., '56 William W. Smith, '46, June 30, 1976 LOUISVILLE William R. Graves, '52 MARIETTA William E. Huthman, '69 Edward A., Metcalf, '12, Feb. 20, 1977 David H. Miller, '42, Mar. 10, 1977 MIAMI Arthur C. Cockett, '48, June 1975 Virgil A. Jackson, '22, Jan. 30, 1977 MICHIGAN Andrew W. Klein, '27, Dec. 2, 1976 John E. Soenke, '36, Apr. 4, 1977 Sidney W. Steensma, '29 MIDDLEBURY Samuel R. Kendall, '24, Nov. 12, 1976 Theodore H. Zaremba, '30, Nov. 25, '75 MISSOURI Carl T. Felker, '17, Feb. 21, 1977 New York Samuel G. Fletcher, '24, Apr. 8, 1976 Richard J. Vaules, '29 NORTHWESTERN John T. Winter, '43 OHIO STATE ,"Villiam A. Beers, Jr., '36, Mar. 18, 1977 Fred K. Nesbitt, '04 Carleton C. Reiser, '20, Dec. 21, 1973 John R. Williams, '3'7 OREGON R. E. Hegclahl, '34 Herbert H. Tainer, '48, Mar. 24, 1977

OREGON STATE Kenneth F , Bissell, '29, Mar. 21, 1977 PENNSYLVANIA STATE Raymond H. Fellows, '28, Jan. 21, 1977 Chauncey D. Preston, '08, Nov. 25, 1976 PURDUE William H. Cooper, '35 Vlon Morris, '22, Dec. 7, 1976 Robert H. Oliver, '43, Oct. 22, 1976 RUTGERS Arnold E. Grade, '51 STANFORD Peter E. Heiser, "32, Nov. 1, 1975 John R. Janney, '50, Apr. 15, 1976 SWARTHMORE Paul D. Crowl, '31, Sept. 24, 1974 Robert W. Grahm; '26 F. H. Jackson, '23, July 14, 1976 Walter H. Leser, '46, Jan. 27, 1977 Thomas B. McCabe, Jr., '49, Feb. 21, '77 Waldemar P. Wood, '24, Oct. 20, 1976 SYRACUSE Robert W. McCafferty, '31, Nov. 26, '73 TORONTO ' Angus D. Campbell, '11, Mar. 5, 1976 Peter A. Laing, 'as, June 1976 TUFTS James L. Guillette, '48, Jan. 11, 1977 Richard D. Lawlor, '23, Nov. 29, 1976 Byron A. Roscoe, '30, May 4, 1976 UNiON James E. Finegan, Jr., '28, June 17, 1975 Russell Hemphill, '17, Oct. 17, 1976 VIRGINIA Norman C. Hicks, '37, Sept. 4, 1976 John W. Lynch, '30, Mar. 14, 1977 WASHINGTON "Edward M. Buckee, '42 WASHINGTON STATE Frank R. Graves, '36 WESTERN RESERVE Laurence O. Marble, '22, July 17, 1968 Frank X. McNamara, '26 J. Donald Spohn, '31 WILLIAMS Henry S. Cole, '24, Apr. 30, 1976 WISCONSIN David E. Andersen, '52, Nov. 14, 1976 George A. Munkwitz, Sr., '24, Mar. 20, '77 "The Post Office has notified us of the death of these Brothers.

Our apologies! Occasionally, despite some caref I/. I chechiil g the Quarterly Vital Statistics columns list as deceased a Bmther who is still vel'y much among the living. When this is the case, we m"e always pleased to set the ' record stmight. The April 1977 Quarterly listed Rogel' J. McCo)" Iowa '65, I1S deceased in enor.

Living Memorial Gifts Many alumni and friends chose to make a Memorial Gift to Delta Upsilon Fraternity to advance the ongoing activities and services of Delta Upsilon made in honor of deceased Brothers. A hand signed gift acknowledgement card will be sent announcing memorial gifts at your request. Address: Memorial Gifts Secretary, Delta Upsilon Fraternity Post Office Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240.

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"If we work upon marble, it will perish. If we work upon brass, time will efface it. If we rear temples, they will crumble to dust. But if we work 'upon men's immortal minds, if we imbue th~m v.rith high principles we engrave on those tablets something which no time can efface and which will brighten to all eternity ... " -Daniel Webster

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Lasting remembrances are the thoughtful memorial gifts for the ongoing programs of Delta Upsilon made in honor of deceased Brothers. Memorial gifts recently received by the Fraternity honor the memory of these Brothers:

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Mrs. Alfred W. Brickman in memory of Alfred W. Brickman, Chicago '22, Mrs. Dorothy Vincent Clark in memory of Alden I. Clark, Pennsylvania '31, Mrs. Paul Crowl in memory of Paul Crowl, Swarthmore '31, Mrs. Robert G. Fishe.r in memory of Robert G. Fisher, Iowa '50, James M. Gilchrist Jr., Cornell '39, in memory of James M. Gilchrist, Cornell'OO, Mrs . . Lionel .T. Hirsch, Jr. in memory of Lionel J. Hirsch, Jr., Illinois '39, Mrs. ' William E. Huthman in memory of William E. Huthman, Marietta '69, Mrs. Virgil A. Jackson in memory of Virgil A. Jackson, Miami '22, ' . Mrs. Franklin H. Keeran in memory of Franklin H. Keeran, Northwestern '36, Mrs. Inez Knudsen in memory of Bjarne Knudsen, Wisconsin '15, Kenneth T. Milne, Carnegie '23, in memory of Theodore S. ReppIier, Carnegie '23 and Alexis H. Tosteson, Carnegie '22, . Arthur E. Taylor, Wisconsin '34, in memory of Donald A. Robertson, Northwestern '34, Mrs. N. G. White in memory of Nathaniel G. ' White, Purdue '23.

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The President's Deputy Program

W. D. Watkins. President

(Governors and Deputies are appointed for a term of one year to coincide with the term of the President of the Fraternity.)

PROVINCE GOVERNORS

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I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII.

LELAND ,. ADAMS, JR., Bucknell '64, 44 Griscom Road, Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776 , (Eastern Ontario, . Quebec, Western New York) (Maryland, Pennsylvania, ' Delaware) (West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia , Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia) DR. SCOTT R. SWOPE, Purdue '58, 430 West Central, Springboro, Ohio 45066 T. F. CRIMES, Eastern Kentucky '71, P. O. Box 830, Richmond, Kentucky 40475 DAVE MACUIRE, Southern Illinois '73, 554 West Murray, Macomb, Ill inois 6145~ DR. EDWARD A. SCHNEIDER, Carnegie '70, 3215 Ontario Road, Ames, Iowa 50010 MARTIN W. BAUER, Kansas State '71, 121 South Pinecrest, Wichita, Kansas 67218 (Arkansas, Louisiana , New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas) JOEL . CONFAIR, Syracuse '59, 9661 Rocky Mountain Drive, Huntington Beach, California 92646 (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming)

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DEPUTY Andrew Andrekson '47 29 Westbrook Edmonton, Alberta T6T 2C8

'78 Dr. Allan Warrack '61 '79 Stephen F. Oakie '69 '80 Rick D. Rintoul '75

ALBERTA (1935) XII 11020 - 86th Avenue Edmonton. Alberta T6G OW9

Richard S. Ballard, INDI '62 (79) 28 Mason Drive Princeton, New Jersey 08 540

ARKANSAS (1975) X 10 North Garland Fayetteville. Arkansas 72701

William J. Bittner, BRAD '74 (79) 2696 Wilddale Road Baldwin, N ew York 11510

ARLINGTON (196 19) X 719 West Abram Arlington. Texas 76013

Frank Sandfprd, OKLA '42 (79) 803 Red Oak Lane Arlington, Texas 76012

BOWLING GREEN (1949) V Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

Stephen J. Petercsak, Jr. '67 (80) 140 North West Westerville, Ohio , 43081

BRADLEY (1951) VII 1318 West Fredonia Peoria, Illinoi s 61606

Joseph C. D'Errico, '70 (80) 680 Passaic Avenue Clifton, New Jersey 07012

Fred L. Roberts , Jr. '70 703 South .8th Springfield, Illinois 62703

'78 Peter S. Vermeil '66 '7"9 John J. Schad, Jr. '66 'SO Michael C. Maibach '73

BUCKNELL (1950) III Bucknell Univers ity Lewisburg, P ennsylvania 17837

Milton H . Barish, '66 (79) 5 Wallace Place White Plains, N ew York 10606

John F. Zeller, III, '41 1 Anlyn Drive, R .D. 1, Box 89 Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 178 37

'78 Lawrence P. Lawson '48 '79 John F. Zeller, III '41 '80 Richard G. McGinnis '68

CALIFORNIA (1896) XI 2425 Warring Street Berkele~, California 94704

John A. H olt, '57 (78) 82 Sawmill Lane Greenwich, Connecticut 06830

CARNEGIE (1917) III 5031 Forbes Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

John C. Vassil, '52 (80) 345 Park Avenue ' New York, New York 10022

Thomas R. Allen, Jr., '58 Scaife Road, Box 495 Sewickley, Pennsylvania 1 5143

'78 '79 John W. Kane, Jr. '72 '80

CENTRAL MISSOURI (1970) IX Diemer Hall 31 0 R. Central Missouri State Warrensburg, Missouri 64093

J. David Nelson, NWST '63 (80) 6 Shorelands Place Old Greenwich, Connecticut 06870

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Micha.el E . Wagner, '74 418 Land Street Missouri 64093

'78 Larry R. Garrett '72 '79 James C. Duke, Jr. '71 '80 Robert M. Gibson '71

CHICAGO (1901) VII 5714 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637

Maurice S. Mandel, '55 (78) 14 Hillside Avenue Pt, W as hington, New York 11050

CLARKSON (1961) II 30 Elm Street Potsdam, New York 13676

Philip J. Garda, '67 (78) 21 Farmington Lane M,el v ille, New York 11746

COLBY , (1852) I Colby College Waterville, Maine 04901

Philip H. DeFord, '74 (80) 200 Central Park South New York, New York 10019

COLGATE (1865) II Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346

James M. VanB uren '50 (80) The Winchell Company 20 Exch ange Place New York, New York 10005

COLORADO (1953) IX 1012 University Avenue Boulder, Colorado 80302 CORNELL (1869) II 6 South Avenue Ithaca, New York 14850

Harry M. Vawter, Jr .. '42 (79). 25 Franklin Street Cedar Grove, New Jersey 07009

Robert S. Marzec, WRCS '67 R. R. 2, Box 905 Collinsvipe, Oklahoma 74021 Sam F. Dick, '70 5024 S.E. Loop 820 Fort Worth, Texas 76119

'78 '79 'SO '78 Edward E. Stevenson '73 '79 Mark Pol vi '73 '80 Thomas J. Walters '72 '78 '79 George S. Nagy '74 'SO Thomas L. Koch '74

'78 Stephen Shaw '66 '79 '80 Dennis A. Davis '75

'78 Steven E. M. Holliday ' '74 '79 Steven M. Honigfeld '76 '80 Peter B. Gillis '73 Ii". William Fiesinger. '37

70 Main Street Potsdam, New York 13676

'78 Robert M. Shurtleff '66 '79 '8 0 Robert J. McGill '35 '78 James C. Dickinson '71 '79 Thomas J. Morrione '65 'SO Mark R. Serdjenian '73

Richard L. Lowenberg, '59 122 Shady Lane Fayetteville, New York 13066

'78 Robert J. Duffy '62 '79 Charles S. Fox '70 '80

Hon. Glen E. Keller, Jr. '60 108 U. S. Court House Denver Colorado 80202

'78 Dennis L. Bruns, MISR '70 '79 John W . Kinkade '68 '80 Richard K, Humphries, Jr. '69

Frederick M. Devlin, '67 5558 Woodridge Toledo, Ohio 43623

'78 John C. Moresko '72 '79 Peter M. D'onofrio '76 '80 Mark A. Clemente '73

CREIGHTON (1969) IX Swanson Hall, Room 523-R 250 0 Cass Omaha, Nebraska 68178

'78 Thomas S. McShane '73 '79 Thomas D. Byrne '75 '80 George W. McNary '75

DAYTON (1971) V 108 Woodland Dayton, Ohio 4540'9

Robert W. Sullivan '74 (78) 6 N orcroft Road J ,e rsey City, New Jersey 07305

DELA WARE (1970) III 400 Wollaston Building A, Apt. A-5 Newark, Delaware 19711

John Wells King, NEBR '68 (78) 339 Ayr Hill Avenue, N.E. Vienna, Virginia 22180

DENISON (1949) V Slayter Hall, Box #1115 Denison University Granville, Ohio 43023

Michael D. Eisner '64 (79) 1357 Belfast Drive Los Angeles, California 90069

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Dr. David M. Ulrich, OHST '54 1800 02 Brown Dayton, Ohio 45409

'78 Cletu s M. Diener '71 '79 Terre nce P. Brennan '73 'SO Rudolph M. Petrie '76 '78 Stanley A. Wozniak '71 '79 Peter J. P izzolongo '72 '80 James L . Slack '71

Andrew T. J ones '61 433 North Drexel Columbus, Ohio 43209

'78 Robert R. Brinker '69 '79 '80 Steven C. Shimp '70 '

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DEPAUW (1887) VI 626 East Seminary Street Greencastle, Indiana 46135

Arad Riggs '26 (80) 50 East 42nd Street New York, New York 10017

EASTERN KENTUCKY (1970) VI G-4 Village Square Mahaffy Drive Richmond, Kentucky 40475

Bernard E. Hrubala '73 (78) 28 Vernon Avenue Rockville Centre, New York 11570

FLORIDA (195'7) IV 1814 W . University Avenue Gainesville, Florida 32603

Joseph J. Marinelli, Jr. '65 (79) 251 S. Reynolds St., Apt. M-408 Alexandria, Virginia 22304

FRESNO (1968) XI California State University-Fresno Student Union Fresno, California ,93740

'Kenneth W. Shearin '70 (80) R. D. 3, Waterloo Road Stanhope, ,New York 07874

GEORGIA TECH (1957) IV 154 Fifth Street, N.W. Atlanta, Ge,orgia 30313

Edmund P. Shrewsbury, Jr. '61 (78) 419 8th Street Bohemia, L.r., New YOl'k 11716

HAMILTON (1847) II Hamilton College Clinton, New York 13323

James L. LePorte III '76 (80) 160 Indian Head Road Commack, New York 11725

HOUSTON (1972) X Box 109, Student Activities Center University of Houston Houston, Texas 77004

Robert ,R. Evans '74 (80) 6630 Saxet Houston, Texas 77055

S. Andrew Smallwood '71 208 South W'itter Pasadena, Texas 77506

'78 Luther D. Henderson, III '74 '79 '80 Michael G. Whatley '75

ILLINOIS (1906) VII 312 East Armory Champaign, Illinois 61820

Chris E. Morris '75 (80) 405 East 82nd Street New York, New York 10028

Michael W. Clark '69 1808 North Clark Chicago, Illinois 60614

'78 Craig M. Johnson '75 ' '79 Keith R. Ulatoski '76 '80 James A. Huppert '76

INDIANA (1915) VI 1200 East Third Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401

Robert S. Palash '72 (78) Cinnamon Creek Apts. #169 16123 Brockhurst Westminster, Californi" 92683

row A (1'925) VIII 320 Ellis Avenue Iowa City, Iowa 52240

Jack T. Hunn '55 (80) Smith-Sternau Organization, Inc. 1707 L Street, N. W ., Suite 800 Washington, D. C. 2003p

Carl T. Ostrem, Jr. '49 P.O. Box 2387 Iowa City, Iowa 52240

'78 Dr. Carl T. Ostrem '23 '79 David R. Kneupfer '76 '80 James L. Wen man '76

roWA STATE (1913) VIII 117 Ash Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010

C. D. Prutzman. PSTA '18 (78) 166 Greenway. North Forest Hills, New York 11375

James R. Larson II, '74 . 2238 Knapp Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010

'78 Ralph E. Stucky, WRCS '39 '79 Larry J . Skeie '64 '80 Michael D. Bowman '65

JOHNS HOPKINS (1928) III 4220 N . Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218

Richard D. Bosse '69 (78) 48 Sanford Lane Stamford, Connecticut 06905

KANSAS (1920) IX 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044

Dale M. Flanagan '58 (80) 366 North Bedford Road Chappaqua, New York 10514

Hon. Terry L. Bullock, KSTA'61 Judge of the District Court Shawnee County Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603 '

'78 Charles R. Pohl '68 '79 James R. Brooks '62 '80 Dr. Jerry M . Nossaman 'SO

KANSAS STATE (1956) IX 1425 University Drive Manhattan, Kansas 66502

Hon. Terry L. Bullock '61 (78) Judge of the District Court Shawnee County Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603

Hon. Terry L. Bullock '61 Judge of the District Court Shawnee County Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603

' 78 Paul E. Miller '69 '79 Elmer L . Musil '71 '80 Michael W. Shull '75

LAFAYETTE (1885) III Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 18042

Alan M. Augustine '52 (78) 1972 Wood Road Scotch Plains, New Jersey ,07076

Lewis F. Staples '68 715 N. Broadway Hastings-Hudson, NY 10706

'78 David S. Crocket, COLB '52 '79 Olav B. ICollevoll, COLG '45 'SO Robert V. N,oreika '67

Mark Parseghian, Jr. '48 20 S. Main Street' Nazareth, Pe~nsylvania 18064

'78 Stanley J. Jakubowski '55 '7'9 ' '80 Mark Parseghian, Jr. '48

LEHIGH (1885) III Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015

Scott H. Cragle ' 72 (79) , 826 Ward Street, Apt. 10 Allentown, Pennsylvania 18013

John Parks '63 Route #2, Box 438 Zionsville, Indiana 46077

'78 Charles E. Parkin '4'9 '79 B. Frank Lehman '67 '80 Jack H. Gans '43 '78 David S. ICjelby '77 '79 Danny R. Harney '76 '80 James A. Blake '69

Peter D. Winer, MICH '61 3903 N. W. 38th Place Gainesville, Florida 32601

'78 '79 William H. O'Byrne '72 '80 '78 Richard C. Machado '69 "79 Samuel Chavez, Jr. '75 '80 David . Sorensen '73

Monroe S. Edwards, '58 1167 Lynmoor Drive, N.E. Atlanta, ' Georgia 3Q319

'78 David L. Smith, Jr. '74 '79 Benjalnin Pitman. III '64 '80 Michael S. Long, WMIC '67 '78 '79 '80 Philip L. Evans ' 50 ,

'78 Robert W. Williams, WLEE '72 '79 Richard Stork '74 '80

'78 W'iliiam M . Levy '54 '79 Alan J. Schiff '74 '80 John W. Peach '31

LOUISVILLE (1949) VI Belknap Campus University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Robert J. Fratangelo '65 (79) 4332 Kissena Boulevard, Apt. 9T Flushing, New York 11355

H. Scott Davis, Jr. '65 2100 High Ridge Road Louisville, Kentucky 40207

'78 H . Dougl"s Mann '71 '79 Lawrence T. Smith '68 '80 Jeffrey A. Wellkamp '75

MAINE (1970) I 130 College Avenue Orono, Maine 04473

Richard B. 路Fuller '70 (78) 70 Silver Street, Apt. 4 Waterville, Maine 04901

Richard I Hunt, Jr. ''14 R. F. D. #1 Fairfield, Maine 04937

'78 Frank E. Brewster, Jr. '72 '79 Alan D. Johnson '76 '80 Craig R. Orf! '76

MANITOBA (1929) VIII 112 Wilmot Place Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2KI

Dr. Donald C. McInnes '50 (78) 680 Wellington Crescent Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M OC2

MARIETTA (1870) V 223 Fourth Street Marietta, Ohio 45750

Charles F. Jennings '31 (79) 50 Walthery Avenue ' Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450

MARYLAND (1972) III 6 Fraternity RoW College Park,' Maryland 20740

William D.Kirkvatrick '68 (79) 9048 Town & Country Blvd. Ellicott City, Maryland 21043

MIAMI (1868) V 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 450'5 6

Richard E. Meyer '61 (80) 2130 N. Lincoln Park West Chicago, Illinois 60614

MIDDLEBURY (1!i56) I 136 S. Main Street Middlebury, Vermont 05753

J. Peter Nestler '72 (80) 56 Whittridge Road Summit, New Jersey 07901

MINNESOTA (1890) VIII 1112 Sixth Street, S. E. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414

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'78 '79 George R. Forbes '71 '80 Russell L. Fleury, BUCK ' '68 3023 Chapel View Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705

J. Paul McNamara '29 (79) , 88 East Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215

MICHIGAN (1876) VI 1331 Hill Street Ann Arhor, Michigan 48104

MISSOURI (1924) IX 711 Maryland Avenue Columbia, Missouri 65201

'78 Kenneth W. Smith '75 '79 Murray A. Jones '76 '80 Robert G. Siddall '76

Ted A. Murray '71 (80) 6720 Cherry Kansas City, Missouri 64131

'78 John W. Smith, III '73 '79 Joseph Doyle '73 '80 Thomas M. Chicca '7~ '78 Donald A. Kelley '69 ' 79 Don S. Snyder '70 '80 Everett L . Lykins '59

John Feldkamp '61 3011 S ' A B University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

'78 Steven P. Krieger '76 '79 Adrian B. Horton '76 '80 Gregory J . Rogos '76

Eric ' G. Peterson '63 Box 267 Valley Falls, New ~ork 12185

'78 '79 Eric G. Peterson '63 '80

Robert A. Dahlsgaard, BRAD '63 10907 Pioneer Drive Burnsville, Minnesota 55337

'78 Richard L. Bennett' '71 '79 Richard G. Morin '71 'SO Douglas R. Wiegand '71 '78 Dr. Michael S. Proctor '65 '79 Timothy S. Taylor '71 '80 John S. King '75

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NEBRASKA (1898) IX 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508

William F. Jones '27 (80) 769-D Heritage Village Southbury, Connecticut 06488

Oscar Sandberg '59 2453 Sewell Lincoln, Nebraska 68502

'78 Richard E. Kohler '74 '79 Joseph L. Krause '56 '80 Garwood L. Donnelson '56

NORTH CAROLINA (1953) IV 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

W . D. Watkins '27 (80) P. O. Box 13592 Golden Gate Station Greensboro, North Carolina 27405

W. D. Watkins '27 P. O. Box 13592 Golden Gate Station Greensboro, North Carolina 27405

'78 Charles L. Revelle; III '74 '79 R. Michael Waltemyer '75 '80 J. Samuel Gentry, Jr. '75

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (1977) IV P.O. Box 5271 Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

Gary J. Golden, RUTG '74 (80) Office of Residential Life S.U .C. Brockport Brockport, New York 14420

Dr. Charles F. Murphy, lAST '56 820 Richmnd Street Raleigh, Nortli Carolina 27609

' 78 Francis W. Crawley, NCAR '70 '79 George W. Krichbaum, Jr. NCAR '69 '80 Larry M. Matthews, NCAR '71

NORTH DAKOTA (1961) VIII 505 Princeton Street Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201

Wayne A. Drugan, Jr. '69 (80) 16 Linnaean Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

L. D. William Luckow '71 Box 8051, University Station Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201

'SO

NORTH DAKOTA STATE (1970) VIII . 1420 12th Avenue N. Fargo, North Dakota 58102

Dennis H. Cheatham, INDI '65 (80) Pendleton Banking Company Pendleton, Indiana 46064

Donald E. Larew, lAST '63 724 North River Road Fargo, North Dakota 58102

'78 Ronald C. Keel 71 '79 Eugene R. Gion '72 '80

NORTHERN ILLINOIS (1966) VII 1114 Blackhawk Road DeKalb, Illinois 60115

Steven J. Gerber '68 (80) 636 Godwin Avenue, Apt. 3-B Midland Park, New Jersey 07432

Joseph J. Rembusch '62 104 Laurel Lane DeKalb, Illinois 60115

'78 William E. Feithen '75 '79 William O. Otten '72 '80 Richard ·L. Warner '7.3

NORTHERN IOWA (1968) VIII 1927 College Avenue Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613

Stephen C. Little '76 (80) 160 Campus Avenue, Apt. 2 Ames, Iowa 50010

Barry D. Cory '75 736 S. 7th, Bldg. I, Apt. 7 Forest City, Iowa 50436

'78 Mark L. Buhrow '72 '79 Terrill L. Becker '74 '80 Lynn D. Moeller '77

NORTHWESTERN (1880) 2307 Sheridan Road . Evanston, Illinois 60201

Edgar F. Heizer, Jr. '52 (79) 1551 Old Mill :Road Lake Forest, Illinois 60045

Thomas E. Lifka '67 802 Madison Evanston, Illinois 60202

'78 Thomas E. Lifka '67 '79 '80 Robert L. Grottke '52

OHIO (1955) V 10 West Mulberry Athens, Ohio 45701

Michael P. Loudon '74 (78) 250 East 87th Street, Apt . . 31-J New York, New York 10028

L. Alan Goldsberry '66 248 E. State Street Athens, Ohio 45701

'78 L. ' Alan Goldsbetry · '66 '79 Thomas O. Pierson '71 '80 William S. Carlson '69

OHIO STATE (1904) V 240 East 15th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 411201

Bruce G. Setloff '71 (78) 2068 Atlantic Boulevard Atlantic Beach, New York li509

Darrell Heckman '71 537 B Maple Tree Lane Urbana, Ohio 43078

'78 Paul A. Bokros '70 '79 Thomas R . Atkinson '69 '80 William R. Anders '70

OKLAHOMA (1927) X 603 West Brooks Norman, Oklahoma 73069

H. Allan ThOmPson '65 (78) R. D. #3, Grouse Lane Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143

Rev. John C. Powers '58 3913 East 40th Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135

'78 James M. Robinson '61 '79 Ernest L. Lippert, Sr. '24 '80 Richard A. Oyler '75

OKLAHOMA STATE (1,960) X 311 South Hes tel' Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

H. Allan Thompson, OKLA'65 (78) R. D. #3, Grouse Lane . Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143

Lindell C. Gardner '72 7949 E. 60th Street, #65-3 Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145

'78 Ira D. Crews, Jr, OKLA '45 '79 '80

OREGON STATE (1922) XII 235 North 25th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330

J. L. LeMaster '48 (80) 160 E. 48th Street, Apt. 11K New York, New York 10017

Allan J . Vendetti '64 2514 N. W. Glenwood Drive Corvallis, Oregon 97330

'78 William L. Bryant ;58 '79 Allan J. Vendetti '64 '80 Philip R. Olson '68

PENNSYLVANIA STATE (1911) III P O. Box 738 State College, . Pennsylvania 16801

Charles D. Prutzman '18 (78) 166 Greenway, North Forest Hills, New York 11375

PURDUE (1914) VI 1290 State Street West Lafayette, Indiana 47906

Richard R. POP,ham '40 (80) .60 Hanson Road Darien, Connecticut 06820

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RIPON (1959) VII Brockway Hall Ripon College Ripon, Wisconsin 54·971

'78 Russell A. Peterson '45 '79 Randall J. Nehring '74

'78 Richard H. Smedley '72 '79 Warren R. Haffner '54 '80 Rdbert C. Baldwin '57 George W. Gard '43 3325 Melbourne Rd. S. Dr. Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

'78 Frank C. Arganbright '49 '79 William E. Allen '64 '80 Byron T. Fox '68

Dr. Don F. Thomann, CHIC '39 Department of Education Ripon College Ripon, Wisconsin 54971

'78 James G. Hess '67 '79 '80 David B. Brittain '49

RUTGERS (1858) I 66 College Avenue New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903

Marshall M. Johnson '51 (80) 2 t Appleton Road Glen Ridge, New Jersey 07028

Ronald Becker '57 567 Country Club Road Somerville, New Jersey 08876

'78 Brian J . Paich '73 '79 '80

SAN DIEGO (1968') XI 5606 Hardy Avenue San Diego, California 92115

Leland J. Adams, Jr., BUCK '64 (79) 44 Griscom Road Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776

Phillip W. Hofmann '71 5535 Palmer Canyon Road Claremont, California .91711

'78 '79 '80

SOUTH DAKOTA (1971) VIII 204 N. University Street Vermillion, South Dakota 57069

James T. Reimer '73 (78) 126 Fifth Street Providence, Rhode Island 02906

Melvin H. Harrington '71 3004 East 21st Street Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57103

'78 William G. Peterson '73 '79 Robert L. Levell, Jr. '73 '80 Robert R .. Rex '72

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (1971) VII 705 West Main Street Carbondale, Illinois 62901

Dave Maguire '73 (80) 554 West Murray Macomb, Illinois 61455

SOUTHWEST TEXAS (1972) Box #1047 San Marcos, Texas 78666

O. Edward Pollock, VIRG '51 (78) Wright State University Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, Ohio 45431

Dr. Francis M. Rich II, JNHP '42 Government Department Southwest .Texas State U. San Marcos, Texas 78666

'78 David D. Ginger '74 '79 '80 Dudley E. Berry '76

STANFORD (1896) XI 553 Mayfield Avenue Stanford, California 94305

Gorge E. Brinkerhoff '72 (79) Paine Webber Inc. 425 Park Avenue New York, New York 10022

James F. Coonan '38 800 Welch Road, Suite 367 Palo Alto, California 94304

'78 O'Malley M. Miller '73 '79 Bruce W. Hart '73 ' 80 Graeme L. MacDonald '73

SWARTHMORE (1894) III Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081

Dr. Joel S. Mindel '60 (79) 45 East 89th Street New York, New York 10026

William F. Lee, Jr. '60 10 Ogden Avenue Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 1'9081

'78 Charles R. Lansberry '67 '79 Charles E. Newitt '47 '80 Benjamin Kalkstein '72

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SYRACUSE (1873) II 744 . Comstock Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210

'78 Rick D. Murray '72 '79 John Kurtz, SYRA '48 '80 W'illiam T. Cochran '75

Carleton B. Laidlaw, Jr. '55 247 Greenwood Place Syracuse, New York 13210

TECHNOLOGY (1891) I 526 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts 02215

Charles A. Morton, Jr. '45 (78) Springwood Path Laurel Hollow Syosset, New York 11791

TENNESSEE (1969) IV 1845 Terrace Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37916

Albert R. Diehl '68 (79) 8960 Little Boots Columbia, Maryland 21045

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William G. Thilly '67 450 Memorial Drive Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

'78 Richard F. Holden '62 '79 Alfred J . . Lewis '27 . '80 '78 Ezra ·F. Stevens '27 '79 Douglas S. Luther '73 '80 Robert J. Lepkowski '76 '78 Albert R. Diehl '68 '79 Dr. Michael Betz '69 '80

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Frederick R. Hamilton '70 300 Westgate Bldg. Austin, Texas 78701

'78 H. Allen Hill, Jr. '64 '79 Leland W. Waters '73 ' 80

TEXAS (1949) X 2610 Leon Street Austin, Texas 78706

Henry L. Baccus '50 (78) 2186 High Ridge Road Stamford, Connecticut 06903

TORONTO (1899) II 182 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M6R 2N3

Brian G. Clark '69 (78) 17 Deerfield Terrace Mahway, New Jersey 07430

'78 '79 '80

TUFTS (1886) I 114 Professors Row Medford, Massachusetts 02166

James H. Vine burgh '66 (78) (address unknown)

'78 Douglas G. Moxham '64 '79 Thomas D. MacDowell '74 '80 Richard D. Oliver '76

TYLER (1971) X 617 West Houston Tyler, Texas 76701

Henry L. Baccus, TEXA '60 (78) 2186 High Ridge Road Stamford, Connecticut 06903

J. Alan Haynes, TEXA '61 1317 East Elm Tyler, Texas 75701

'78 '79 '80

UNION (1838) I Union College Schenectady, New York 12308

Robert W. Benjamin '67 (78) 412 N. Broadway, Unit 19 Yonkers, New York 10701

Michael A. Martin '73 10 Georgia Terrace, #8 Troy, New York 12180

'78 Kinzie L. Weimer '73 '79 Thomas F. Anacker '73 '80 Edwin J. Parisi '76

VIRGINIA (1922) IV 180 Rugby Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903

George G. Shelton '38 (78) 49 Valley Road . Old Westbury, New York 11568

WASHINGTON (1910) XII 4608 19th Avenue, N.E. SeattIe, Washington 98106

Frederick T. VanDyk '56 (79) 8919 Belmont Road Potomac, Maryland 20854

WASHINGTON STATE (1933) XII NE 816 Ruby Street Pullman, Washington 99163

Earl L. Marble '68 (79) 3994 East Road, Route #3 Cazenovia, New York 13035

WESTERN ILLINOIS (1974) VII 626 North Lafayette . Macomb, Illinois 61466

Richard C. Dabrowski, NCAR '70 (78) 177 Hobart Street Danvers, Massachusetts 019.23

WESTERN ONTARIO (1931) 294 Central Avenue London, Ontario N6B 2C8

D. Bruce Decker '51 (80) 6040 Shore Drive North Madison, Ohio 44057

WESTERN RESERVE 10923. Magnolia Drive Cleveland, Ohio 44106

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WICHITA (19519) IX 1720 North Vassar Wichita, Kansas 67208 WILMINGTON (1974) IV Route 3, P. O. Box 395 Leland, North Carolina 28214 WISCONSIN (1885) VII 644 North Frances Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703

'78 Norman B. Hancock '67 '79 '80 Stephen W. Pournaras '75 Russell D. Amick '63 3008 E. Laurelhurst Dr. NE Seattle, Washington 98106

'78 Byron L. Richards '7l '79 '80 '78 Steven D. Bertholf '74 '79 Ronald H. Miller '73 '80

Bruce Peterson '74 243 Mohawk Drive Bourbonnais, Illh:lOis 60914

'78 Michael J. Young '74 '79 Patrick C. Mooney '74 '80 Thomas Shogren '75 '78 Bruce C. Burgess '68 '79 C. Greig Clark '74 '80

Peter D. Taflan '70 (78) 3866 Croydon Drive, N.W. 路 Canton, Ohio 44718

George S. Baldwin '15 1662 Burlington Road . 'Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118

'78 Peter D. Taflan '70 '79 David J . Habert '75 '80 Gerald S. Powers '54

Lynn E. Ambler '68 (80) p, O. Box 164 Middletown, New York 10940

Stephen M. Joseph '68 9001 Suncrest Wichita, Kansas 路 67212

'78 Lloyd F. Phelps '72 '79 Patrick J. Crowley '77 '80 Gregory D. Phillips '76

John P. Munroe: III '7l 201 Willanda Drive Wilmington, North Ca.rolina 28401

'78 Wilfred C. Hebden '70 '79 Thomas E. Hodges, Jr. '76 '80

路John A. Karatiik, BUCK '65 (78) 19761 Lanark Lane Saratoga, California 95070 Bruce H. Fellows '60 (80) 120 Huntington Road Port Washington, New York 11050

Indicates

) indicates year of founding

'78 Edward Pas '73 '79 Thomas ' C. O'Sheridan '56 '80 Frederick W. Stinton '74

term

expiration

COLONIES, PETITIONERS and REORCANIZATIONS '78 William R. Elliott, LOUS '49 '79 Thomas A. Matuschka, MIAM '65 '80 James B. Kessel, CARN 50 .

ADU, LOUISIANA STATE (Louisiana Stat" University) X University Station P. O. Box 17121 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803 ADU, MICHIGAN STATE (Michigan State University) VI 334 Evergreen East Lansing, Michigan 48823

William F. Savage '56 2224 Tulane Drive Lansing, Michigan 48912

'78 James R. Wilsop 66 '79 Floyd S. Sims 'n '80 William T . Barger '71

ADU, OREGON (University of Oregon) XII 609 East 14th Eugene, Oregon 97401

James H. Morrison, NILL '74 P. O. Box 157l Eugene, Oregqn 97401

'78 Paul E . Price '30 '79 Ted W. Charles '32 '80 Otto F. Vonderheit '34

Daniel M. Toma, Jr .. OKLA '56 7909 Leabrook Road Columbia, South Carolina 29206

'78 Harry G. Walker, III, NCAR '73 '7'9 Robert H. Uehling, RIPO '70 '80 Raymond E. Tedrick, KTST '70

ADU, PENNSYLVANIA (University of Pennsylvania) III 3路902 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 ADU, SOUTH CAROLINA (University of South Carolina) IV P. O. Box 80036 Columbia, South Carolina 29208

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ARE YOU SPENDING

TOO MUCH FORYOUR LIFE INSURANCE? Group insurance makes a difference.

Bigger than life life insurance.

Simply put, products usually cost less when you buy a carload rather than just one. It's almost the same with supplemental life insurance. Of course we don't suggest cancelling your present coverage, Delta Upsilon does represent mass buying power. And to an insurance company, that means savings in selling, underwriting and claims processing. With the Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan those functions can be done on a "batch" basis. And the economies of streamlined group administration are passed along to individual alumni who are covered under the plan. What it all means is that you can supplement your present insurance program without emptying your wallet. And supplementing your present life insurance is a good idea for most of us. Especially with inflation nibbling away at the value of our benefit dollars.

The Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan is more than economy. It's impressive supplemental benefits, too. Here's what we mean. The Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan offers: • • • •

Up to $40,000 of group term life insurance. Double benefits for accidental death. Benefits for dismemberment. Disability benefits which pay a monthly amount for total and permanent disability. • Family coverage and waiver of premium during disability. And it's all available to individual alumni at surprisingly economical group rates. It'll cost you just the price of a postage stamp to find out 'more about the Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan. Just complete the coupon below and mail it to our administrators. You're under no obligation, naturally.

Group Insurance Makes the Difference. The Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan. __ Send for details now. ________ _ I'd like more "no obligation" information about the Delta Upsilon Group Life Plan. Name ______________________------Address ____________________________ City ____________________________ State/ProVince ____________ Zip ________ Underwritten by the Life Insurance Company of North America

Not available in: Mississippi, New York, Ohio and Texas.

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Mail to: Delta Upsilon Insurance Administrator Suite 500, 400 South County Road 18 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55426

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Real Values from The DU General Store

DU chair with struck bronze medallion $98.00 shipped to you express collect from Braintree, Massachusetts. Allow 12 weeks for armchair, 14 weeks for rocker. Two traditional necktiesDU repp and Blue Crest @ $7.50 each. Lidded @ $18 and unlidded @ $15 pewter tankards with glass bottom and DU coat of arms on the side. Chrome Zippo lighter with blue etched coat of arms @ $6. DU monogram belt buckle @$5. New 1977 manual, Our Record, @ $5.00 and songbook at $1.00 each. DU reedlepoint kit, including # 12 mono canvas with outline of shield only drawn for starting point, remainder of crest worked from chart. White background Persian yarn, needle and instructions, finished size 12" x 15" for $25.00.

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Three DU hats and a knit cap are new General Store features. Knit hat with Delta Upsilon l>lue with gold letters @ $5.50; blue mesh hat $5.00; blue insulated hat $5.00; yellow insulated hat $5.00. Lined blue DU windbreaker $18.00; unlined blue DU windbreaker $11.00; hooded sweatshirt in light blue @ $10.50 and coat of arms blazer patch @ $12.00 each.

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143rd International Leadership Conference and Convention INDIANAPOLIS August 18-20 1977


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