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Charles H. Ficken, Rutgers '40 (left), presided at the testimonial dinner honoring Clifford P. Case, Rutgers '25 (right), that was held by the Rutgers Chapter on March 10, 1979. Rutgers University has recently established a Clifford P. Case Professorship of Public Affairs and chapter members also honored Brother Case by contributing to this program in his honor and as a reminder of his commitment to education and the people of his state and nation.

The Milwaukee Alumni Club held their 55th annual dinner honoring 50-year members of the Fraternity. Nineteen 50-year men were in attendance at this year's dinner.


OFFICERS President O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 (Vice-Chairman) DireCior of Development , Wright Stale University. Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio 45431

Chairman of the Board Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65 Pendleton Banking Company, 100 State Street, Pendleton, I ndial~a 46064 Vice-Presidents D. Bruce Decker, Western Ontario '51 380 King Street, Apt. PH I, London, Ontario, Canada N6·B 3L6 . Dr. Hugh W . Gray, Nebraska '34 803 North DuPont Road, Westover Hills, Wilmingtoll, Delaware 19807 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 88 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 Secretary Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Illdiana '52 Krieg DeVault Alexander & Capehart, 2860 lndianil National Bank Tower, One Indiana Square, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

Treasurer Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46 Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc., One Indiana Square, Suite 2350, I ndianapolis , Indiana 46204 Assistant Treasurer

G. William Armstrong, Clarkson '61 6910 N. Shadeland Avenue, #202 Indianapolis, Indiana 46220 Directors Leland

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Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64 44 Griscom Road Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776 (1980) Terry J. Brady, Missouri '62 Gage and Tucker, 2800 Mutual Benefit Life Bldg., P.O. Box 23428, Kansas City, Missouri 64141 (1979) The Honorable Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 Judge of the District Coun, Shawnee County Courthouse, Topeka, Kansas 66603 (1979) Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 P.O. Box 1705 Fort Wayne, Indiana 46801 (1980) Charles C. Rogers; Arkansas '79 Delta Upsilon Fraternity 10 North Garland Fayetteville, Arkansas 7270 I (1979) Past Presidents Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 e Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington '17 William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 Arad Riggs, DePauw '26 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State '18 Henry A. Federa, Louis\'ille '37 Harry W, McCobb, Michigan '25 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 James C. McLeod, Middlebury '26 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 Execlltive Director Wilford A. Butler, CAE Leadership Consultants Barney F. James Rodney P. Kirsch Keith W. Weigel Quarterly Editor W . .A. Butler, CAE, Western Michigan '61 Assistant 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. Della Upsilonillternational Fraternity Headquarters, P. n. Box 40108, I ndianapolis, Indiana 46240. Headquarters is open from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., E.S.T., Monda y through Friday. Telephone 317-293-8926.

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY is published injanll"r)" April, July and October at 8705 Founders Road, In dianapolis, Indiana 46268. The subscription price (checks and money orders should be made payable to Delta Upsilon Fraternity) is $3.00 a year in advance: single copies 75¢. Send changes of address and correspondence of a business or editorial nature to Delta Upsilon Fraternity, P. O. Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240. Second-class postage paid at I ndianapolis, I ndiana and at additional mailing offices. ® T. M. Registered U. S. Patelll Office.

'The President's CiReport Year End Progress Report It is with considerable pride that I report to you that the health of Delta Upsilon has never been better. Membership in our chapters continues to grow, there are chartered chapters and colonies in all but eight states and two provinces, and alumni interest and support is at an all-time record. Programs of the International Fraternity designed to help with leadership development and to establish stronger chapters for the future, are being well received by chapter officers, In spite of rising inflation, our fraternity is operating within its income as a result of careful management and good budget planning, We could not be the fraternity we want and need to be in these times of rising costs without the continued help and support of scores of alumni. The alumni support program is showing very good growth, and the reported pledges and initiates have exceeded last year's total. Some of you have read or heard about the projections of decreased college enrollments that will result from the declining birth rate that began seventeen or eighteen years ago. Its effect has already begun to be felt on a few campuses, and is certain to be felt by all within the 1980's. If I were a chapter officer, alumnus counselor, deputy or corporation officer, I think I might want to know how the college or university views this impending decline in admissions applications. Then, I would try to work with the leadership of the college or university to help meet the problems, Fraternity men can do a great deal to assist with recruitment of top quality students; to see that their orientation to campus is effective; and to help retain them by stressing academic excellence as our first priority in Delta Upsilon, The challenges and opportunities presented by the enrollment decline provide a very real

opportunity for Delta Upsilon to demonstrate significant leadership in the months and years ahead. These and other problems such as housing costs; maintenance and repair of existing properties; responsible social programs; all afford the kinds of challenges that fraternity men have responded to with leadership in all our years. I want to congratulate our graduating seniors, men who have contributed much to the fraternity during their undergraduate years. As they become alumni, I hope that each of them will continue some involvement with Delta Upsilon. With increased alumni participation and support, Delta Upsilon Fraternity will continue in vigor not only for today, but for all our days in the future. Fraternally yours,

O. EDWARD President

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Delta Upsilon Quarterly July 1979 Volume 97-Number 3

Table of Contents Page Louisiana State Installation

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Hall of Fame

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Comment on Fraternity

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President's Century Club Members .. .. , . .. , .. ,.... 59 Annual Alumni Honor Roll

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LSU Is 123rd Chartered Chapter First in Louisiana Louisiana State University, in Baton Rouge, became the site of Delta Upsilon's 123rd chartered chapter on the weekend of February 2-3, 1979. The actual. festivities began on February 1, when the Alpha Delta Upsilon Colony membership was joined by the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority membership, also being installed on the same weekend, in a reception held at the LSU Faculty Club, and sponsored by the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic. Dr. Donald Tarver, Assistant to the Chancellor, presented Lynn Roundtree, fraternity president, with a small charter of welcome to the Greek system. Dean of Students and Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs, M. Margaret jameson, welcomed the newest fraternity and sorority to LSU as did Randy Gurie, Assistant to the Dean of Students. On Friday evening the membership gathered for the Rite One ceremony which was held in the LSU Union's Regency Room. Brother O. Edward Pollock, president of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity, led the ritual team with the assistance of Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas' '76, and Thomas R. jacobs, Arkansas '77. The first 50

chapter executive committee followed with Brother Pollock leading the discussion on the future of DU's newest chapter. Brother Pollock was joined by Chapter Counselor, William R. Elliott, Louisville '49, and Chapter Deputy,james B. Kessel, Carnegie '50. Starting off Saturday morning, the fraternity was feted with an elaborate brunch given by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cullen Lewis, jr., at their estate, "Charbonnet." Mr. Lewis was initiated into Delta U psilon later in the day as were several other friends of the chapter. The brunch was well attended by the fraternity's members, parents, and friends. Dean of Engineering at LSU, Richard A. Matula, Purdue '61, and A. Thomas Colten, DePauw '47 were in attendance also. Rite Two of Installation took place on Saturday afternoon in the St ~ Paul Episcopal Chapel on the LSU campus at 1:45 p.m. Leading the installation team was Brother Pollock who read the ritual and presented the badges of membership to the 56 candidates . Brother Ronald F. Lavie, Georgia Tech '74, acted as chaplain, and Brothers Charles S. Rogers, Arkansas '79, and Thomas R. jacobs aided Brother Pollock as assistant mar-

shalls. Brother Crane acted as chief marshall, and Brother Kessel gave a very stirring initiation charge challenging the new members to give the fraternity their best. Following Rite Two, Brother Pollock presented Lynn Roundtree, chapter president, with the chapter charter. Brother Crane installed the new executive committee presenting to each a symbol of chapter office. A rainy day forced the group photograph to be taken inside the LSU Union Lobby, but the rain did not alte r the spirits of the new brothers in the least. Brother Pollock presented the chapter with the Delta Upsilon flag outside the Union on the front steps. A reception followed the ceremonies which was organized by the mothers of the new initiates at the Baton Rouge Woman's Club. Guests included parents, friends, university administrators, - and DU's from Province Ten chapters , Arlington, Baylor, and Houston. An original colony member, Michael G. Whatley, Houston '75 was in attendance also. Brother Colten served as toastmaster for th e installation banquet held on Saturday evening in the Showboat Room of the Chateau Capitol Hotel. Approximately 200 persons were in attendance to hear Dr. Donald Tarver welcome the new chapter and its membership "to LSU's Greek system, and the LSU community." Dr. Tarver conveyed his best wishes and those of the LSU Chancellor, Dr. Paul W. Murrill. Brother O. Edward Pollock provided the International Fraternity'S response at the banquet. He stated that "the work has just begun" in regards to building a fine chapter at LS U, and that there "wouldn't be a DU chapter had you (members) not put in a lot of work." Brother Pollock's challenge to the new initiates was to try, and to try as hard as possible in their every endeavor. Colonel Robert L. Webb, Missouri '31 , who attended the banquet with his wife, made a special presentation to the chapter president, Lynn P. Roundtree. As is a very special tradition in Delta Upsilon installations, Brother Webb

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pres e nted his own membership badge as the permanent chapter president's badge. Brother Webb gave a brief history of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity, and a description of the first badge designed in 1837 which was inscribed with the two words "nothing secret." He also sketched a brief history of his own life, growing up on a plantation in Shreveport, Louisiana, attending the University of Missouri from 1927 to 1931, and having served in the United States Army until retiring in 1964. Brother Webb's inspiring remarks to the chapter president when presenting the badge were, "May each president following you wear it with pride and humility." Brother Crane presented the chapter president with a copy of "Delta Upsilon, One Hundred Years" which was a gift from Brother William L. Julian , Illinois '29, who resides in Marco, Florida. The chapter president also received a very special plaque from the Purdue Chapter signed by the entire membership. Alumni in attendance that received 25-year membership pins from Brother Pollock were: Richard L. Rovegno, Rochester' 50, whose son Richard was initiated that day; A. Thomas Colten, DePauw '47; James B. Kessel , Carnegie '50; and Colonel Robert L. Webb, Missouri '31. Province presentations were made by visiting brothers from Province Ten. Michael L. Cullins, Arlington '79 presented the chapter president with a set of Delta Upsilon Quarterlys and encouraged the new brothers to never cease communication with brothers throughout North America. Mark A. Rossman, Baylor '79, gave the chapter a "welcome from the next newest chapter," and presented the chapter with the Canadian and United States flags . Houston delegate Donald L.Jones '81, welcomed the chapter to Province Ten and gave to the chapter a copy of Baird's Manual, a history of college fraternities. The alumni response was given by Brother Colten who encouraged the members to "keep in touch with your local chapter as alumni." On DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

behalf of all area alumni Brother Colten offered congratulations and the best of luck. Following these remarks Brother Pollock made a special presentation to the chapter in the form of a plaque that had the original engraving plate for the installation invitation on it. Brother Roundtree gave a very thoughtprovoking speech encouraging the brotherhood to consider the necessity for hard work ahead for the chapter. Chapter awards followed in the categories of rush, sportsmanship, outstanding athlete, scholarship, perfect grade points, brotherhood, junior active and active, and a special "award for Don Gerald, Installation Chairman, for putting the program together. Little sisters were honored as was the chapter's DU Darling. Awards were also given by the chapter to Chapter Deputy James

B. Kessel, and Thomas A. Matuschka, Miami '65, chapter counselor, for their sustained involvement in the chapter's efforts. Robert A. Bogan III, also received a special award for his continued interest in the fraternity following his graduation from LSU in 1977. These awards were followed by special awards presented by Marcel D . Lavie, Louisiana State '79, and Donald F. Gerald, Jr., Louisiana State '80 to Brothers C. Kelley Gordon '80, Ralph J. Stephens '80, and Joseph Y. Stuart '81, key leaders in the drive to charter the chapter. Following a most spectacular banquet, the new initiates celebrated with a party in the hotel, complete with a live band. A very special weekend was enjoyed by all who came in contact with Delta Upsilon's newest chapter, Louisiana State.

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GBookshelf Ladies in Waiting . .. Behind Prison Walls, Kenneth M. Dimick, Ed.D., Oregon State '59, Accelerated Development Inc., P.O. Box 667, Muncie, Indiana 47305, 1979, 181 pp. From 1970 to 1975, Kenneth Dimick worked as a consultant psychologist at the Indiana Women's Prison. His book is the story of people - about some of the women who live behind the walls. He writes in a first-person narrative style with the purpose of providing you, the reader, "with a tour from which you can come to know partially the prison and the ladies who sit and wait." This is a compelling book based on fact, and the author makes you see that "A prison is people, not all of whom are like you and me, yet they are feeling, believing, thinking people." Dr. Dimick is a professor of psychology-counseling at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. His

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doctorate in education was earned at the University of Arizona. He writes for journal publications and has co-authored two other books, Child Counseling and Practicum Manual for Counseling and Psychotherapy.

The Pleasure Tube, Robert Onopa, Illinois '64, Berkley Publishing Corporation, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016, 1979,211 pp. $1.75. If you are a science fiction devotee and also like erotica, this book has both. The survivors of the Daedalus, as a reward for eight days on the Star Ranges, are treated to eight days in "the PleasureTube." Having seen through the Hole in the Universe, theirs is a search for reality - how could they be sure they had survived? - and their search ends in ultimate horror. Robert Onopa lives in Chicago. He is a talented writer, but this book isn't for everyone.

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Kenneth L. Broe, British Columbia '46, has a new position with Canadian General Electric in Calgary, Alberta, as vice-president corporate relations. He is responsible for the management of apparatus and heavy machinery sales in four western provinces. William A. Torrey, III, Bucknell '75, who has been associated with the division of university relations at Bucknell since 1976, has been named assistant director of annual giving. He will have responsibility for the senior class reunion gift programs, direct special projects for university relations, and assist in other annual giving programs. He is president of the Bucknell DU alumni corporation and has served in executive posts in the Boy Scouts of America.

rock Corporation, and has been a consultant to such companies as Eastman Kodak and Union Carbide. He received a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from Clarkson, and in 1957 a Master of Science from the University of Rochester. Brother Donaldson is a licensed professional engineer in New York and Ohio, president and a director of the North American Society for Corporate Planning.

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John L. Birkinbine, Colby '68, was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives from the first legislative district that covers suburbs north of Chicago. R. H. Donaldson Robert H. Donaldson, Clarkson '51, has been appointed president of the Mercury Printing Ink Corp., Patterson, New Jersey. Mercury is engaged in the manufacturing of specialized printing inks. Prior to his appointment, he was vice president of Clarion Capital Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, a small business investment company, has a background which includes corporate planning and international management with Diamond Sham52

Edwin V. O'Neel, DePauw '24, recently featured in the Palladium-Item newspaper, Richmond, Indiana, was for 40 years editor and publisher of the Hagerstown Exponent, during which time the newspaper became one of the best known weeklies in Indiana. He likes the title of "editor emeritus," having retired 10 years ago, but he is still involved in writing. As a member of the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame's Development Committee he is presently doing research on Indiana journalists. Also, he hopes to soon begin pre-

paring a history for the 150th anniversary of Hagerstown in 1982. Brother O'Neel was inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame in 1970, was national president of Sigma Delta Chi journalism fraternity, president of the Hoosier State Press Association, president of the Indiana Republican Editorial Association, and was a twoterm state board member of the Indiana Heart Association, and also served on the board of the J ames Whitcomb Riley Memorial Association. Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, presented him with the Indiana Newspaperman Award in 1977. John H. Wolf, DePauw '39, publisher of Cincinnati Suburban Newspapers, Inc., accepted an invitation to an Editors Briefing at the White House and attended a daylong session with 23 other selected media people from across the country. The highlight of the briefing was a 45-minute meeting held in the Cabinet Room, during which President Carter explained some of his important priorities and answered questions from participants. D. Alan Reece, Fresno '72, has been appointed commercial leasing manager for The Irvine Company's property management division. He will be responsible for leasing the company's office buildings and shopping centers in Irvine and Newport Beach, California. Prior to joining The Irvine Company, he operated his own commercial real estate brokerage and management office in Fresno.

R. S. McKeeman Robert S. McKeeman, Georgia Tech '77, has been admitted to the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration

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and will begin studying for his MBA in September 1979. Since his graduation from Georgia Tech he has worked for the administrative services division of Arthur Andersen & Co., Atlanta, and has been a counselor for the Georgia Tech chapter. Martin L. Johnson, Iowa State '74, is the managing editor of Marion County News, Pleasantville, Iowa, and is also editor of the Iowa Air National Guard monthly newsletter. Robert G. Lueder, Iowa State '47, is president of the Lueder Construction Company in Omaha, Nebraska, and was recently appointed a director of the Omaha Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City by the Reserve's board of governors in Washington, D.C. He was also chosen "Diplomat of the Year" by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. Dr. Geoffrey N. Berlin, Johns Hopkins '68, has been named director of research for the National Fire Protection Association III Boston, Massachusetts. Peter J. White, Kansas '75, is now working as an architect with David Kinner, Architect, and Landscape Architect, in Edinburgh, Scotland . He received his Bachelor of Architecture from the Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, in July 1976, and did further study, receiving his Diploma in Architecture in July 1977. He also works with Friends of the Earth in Edinburgh as the organization's voluntary coordinator. He offers his hospitality to visiting brothers.

tain in the USAF reserve and flies the C-14l jet transport.

City Bank of Cleveland and Mellon Bank in Pittsburgh. He resides in Birmingham, Michigan.

M. E. Brown Morry E. Brown, Manitoba '74, has been appointed director of public affairs of the Ontario Division of Inco Metals Company. He was a tour guide during summers while attending the University of Manitoba, and after graduation was appointed public affairs coordinator. In May 1977 he was promoted to superintendent of the public affairs department and held this position until his recent appointment. J. Ross LeMesurier, McGill '46, has been appointed a vicechairman of Wood Gundy Ltd. He resides in Toronto, Canada. John Eckels, Miami '39, has retired as director of advertising for National Detroit Corporation, a financial holding company, and for its leading subsidiary, National Bank of Detroit. He previously held similar posts with National

K. E. Kempf Kenneth E. Kempf, Miami '69, is sales manager of the Rocky Mountain Division of the Peabody Coal Company, a mining company with offices in Denver, Colorado. Brother Kern pf has had training in mining engineering technology and belongs to the American Management Association, the Colorado Mining Association and the Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute. He lives in Englewood, Colorado. Michael T. McIlvaine, Miami '72, senior sub-contract administrator for Catalytic, Inc., has been transferred from the home office in Philadelphia to Idaho Falls to work with the U.S. Department of Energy on the construction of a nuclear waste plant. Henry L. Newman, Middlebury '30, retired on February 28 after more than 42 years of federal service. For the past 14 years he has

J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47, president of Business Men's Assurance, and Tom G. Congleton, Northwestern '50, a principal member of Jones & Co., are two new directors of the Chamber of Com-; merce of Greater Kansas City and have begun three-year terms with' the organization. Larry E. VoU, Louisville '70, is a DC-IO second officer with Continental Airlines in Los Angeles and currently serves as a B727 second officer instructor. He is also a capDELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

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of Arts and Sciences at Louisiana State University, and is also a professor of microbiology.

J. E. Wagner been director of the Federal Aviation Administration's Southwest Region in Fort Worth. He began his federal career in October 1936 with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Albuquerque. During World War II, he served with the rank of major with the Fourth Fighter Group in England. He is a private pilot with a commercial rating, and his leadership was especially felt in the planning and construction of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport. He tested an FAA general aviation accident program which was initiated in the Southwest. This program brought about a substantial decline in aviation accidents and later served as a model program for all the regions. In 1970 he was named one of the nation's top ten civil servants by the National Civil S~rvice League, a non-profit citizens' organization dedicated to promoting efficiency in government. In the same year he was cited in the Congressional Record for his outstanding contributions to aviation safety, ef. fective management, and intergovernmental cooperation. Brother Newman also holds an MBA from Harvard.

H. L. Newman J. Phillip Anderson, Minnesota '61, has entered the real estate sales profession and is associated with 54

Gifford Grange & Associates, Inc., Welaka, Florida. John E. Heater, Missouri '70, has become a partner in the law firm of Barnard & Baer in St. Louis, MisSOUrI.

Michael D. Barnes, North Carolina '65, is currently serving in Congress as the representative of the Montgomery County, Maryland, district. He is the first Democrat to win his district's seat in 20 years. His law degree is from George Washington University. He served two years with the Marines from 1970-72, was on Senator Muskie's staff, and since then has been on the Maryland Public Service Commission and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission. Stuart Legaard,North Dakota '63, was named publisher of National Hog Farmer, .Beef and Crops for Livestock magazines, all published by the Webb Company in St. Paul, Minnesota. Brother Legaard has been with Webb since 1969. The Webb Company is a leading publisher in both the hog raising and beef cattle industry. StevenJ. Gerber,Northern Illinois '68, trustee of the Northern Illinois chapter, has been transferred back to the Bergen Council, Boy Scouts of America, in New Jersey as program director. This promotion came after he had served as field director in Massachusetts for 14 months. Brother Gerber now resides in River Edge, New Jersey. Hugh D. Braymer, Ph.D., Oklahoma '55, was recently named acting associate dean of the College

Jay E. Wagner, Ohio State '45, of Sandusky, Ohio, was named by the governor of the state to a four-year term on the Ohio Lottery Commission. President of the North Central Television Inc. since 1971, he was general manager of WLEC radio in Sandusky for 20 years. He is very active in Erie County Republican and civic affairs.

W. K. Ulerich William K. Ulerich, Penn State '31, is currently in his third year as president of the Pennsylvania State Board of Trustees, and has served as president of the Alumni Association, a member of the Alumni Council's Executive Board for more than 10 years, a trustee for 20 years, and a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Education for six years. In June 1978, he was presented the Lion's Paw Medal Award. Established in 1965 by the Lion's Paw Alumni Association, the medal honors persons who have contributed notable service to the university. With a long career in both newspaper and radio fields, he now owns four AM and four FM stations in Pennsylvania and Florida, and publishes two newspapers, the Clearfield Progress and the Danville News, both in Pennsylvania. His many honors include the American Legion Award as Clearfield's Outstanding Citizen, Penn State's Distinguished Alumnus Award, the Distinguished Eagle

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Scout Award, and an honorary doctor of laws degree from the Dickinson School of Law. Two of his recognized achievements are the bringing of Interstate 80 into previously inaccessible north central Pennsylvania, and back in 1945 when he was a $100-a-week editor of State College's CentTe Daily Times, he instigated and successfully led a Penn State alumni drive to purchase 517 acres of Mount Nittany, a Penn State symbol, which had been advertised for public sale. Scott R. Swope, D.O.,PuTdue '58, was elected the chief of staff for 1979 by members of the medical staff of Grandview Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Swope served as vice chief of staff during 1978, and has been a member of the medical staff since 1963. He began his practice in Springboro, Ohio, following his graduation from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and his internship at Grandview Hospital. Brother Swope was formerly DO's Province 5 Governor. Randall J. Burton, Rutgers '72, attorney at law in North Highlands, California, was elected to a twoyear term on the North Highlands Recreation and Park District board of directors in November of last year, and was elected chairman of the board in January 1979. He also is president of the Chamber of Commerce. Clifford P. Case, Rutgers '25, former senator from New Jersey, has joined the Washington office of the New York-based law firm of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosie, in the capacity known as "of counsel," and a spokesman for the firm said that Brother Case's Capitol Hill experience will be of "great value on the international side of our practice." Charles P. Bradford, Tufts '26, is the winner of the first annual Environmental Award presented by Down East m~gazine, also known as Maine Today. The first page of the three-page article in this special issue of the magazine contains the announcement of the award "to DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

one of the elder statesmen of Maine conservation," and says, "In a career spanning more than 40 years in Maine, he has given unstintingly of his time and talents in the cause of public recreation and nature conservation. Superintendent of state parks for 31 years, a founder of the Maine Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, a longtime New England field representative of the national Nature Conservancy, and an incorporator of the Natural Resources Council, Mr. Bradford has played a major role in securing and preserving thousands of acres of Maine wilderness for Maine people and others to enjoy." He is described as quiet, unassuming, but tenacious in pursuit of conservation goals. Brother Bradford lives in Manchester, Maine. David H. White, Tufts '77, has been promoted to the position of field sales engineer in Cincinnati of the C.E.M. Company, Inc. of Danielson, Connecticut, a manufacturer of engineered fasteners, shims, and other industrial products, as reported by Terry J. Tobias, Ripon '66, corporate vice president/sales of the company, who lives in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Farrar Inc., an Indianapolis-based company that distributes Lanier business products. William H. Howard, W estern Reserve '75, is a law clerk for the U .S. District Judge of the Southern District of Ohio. He has been admitted to the bars of the Southern District of Ohio and the U .S.Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

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Harry W. Laubscher, Virginia '50, first vice president and senior marketing analyst of Blyth, Eastman, Dillon & Co., a New York brokerage firm, was the featured speaker at the annual Distinguished Service Award banquet of the Canton , Ohio, Jaycees. His views on the U.S. economy were widely covered by the area newspapers. Thomas M. Neale, ViTginia '74, is now employed by the Equitable Trust Company in Baltimore, Maryland. He returned to school after working in Washington, D.C. for two years and received his MBA from the College of William and Mary in May 1978. His position is in the commercial lending division.

J. Kevin Rowlinson, Western Michigan '73, was recently appointed sales supervisor for the dictating machine division in South Bend, Indiana, of Van Ausdall &

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RALPH E. CROSS Technology '32 Leader in Automation and World Trade Ralph E. Cross, Massachusetts Institute of Technology '32, is widely known in the machine tool industry as the originator of a number of important developments in automation. H e has more than 20 patents in his name. In 1932 he joined The Cross Company, manufacturers of special 55


Gflal1 of GFame automated metal-cutting, assembly and test machines, in Fraser, Michigan. He has served in manufacturing, service, engineering, and sales positions, and is today president and chief executive officer. In 1960, he was instrumental in organizing Cross International A. G. with headquarters in Fribourg, Switzerland, to market Cross machines on a world-wide scale, and Cross Europa- Werk GmbH in Wendlingen, Germany, to manufacture automation machinery for. the European common market. In 1969, a new branch was constructed and put into operation in Knowlsey, England, for the purpose of supplying automation machinery to the Commonwealth countries; and in 1970, he organized Enshu Cross K.K. in cooperation with two Japanese firms that now manufacture Cross machines for the Asian market. With this record of achievement, it is no wonder that in May 1976 he was nominated World Trader of the Year by the World Trade Club of Detroit. In 1975, he was invited to serve as a member of the steering committee for the establishment of the American-Iranian Joint Business Council at the request of the Secretary of Commerce and served as a member of the council. In the same year, he visited the People's Republic of China as a member of the First Metalworking Technology Symposium and Trade Mission from the United States . Brother Cross has testified before congressio'n al committees and governmental agencies on such varied subjects as the Trade Reform Act of 1973 and the feasibility of achieving the 1975 emission standards. In 1955 and again in 1960, he testified on automation and technological change. At that time, the growth of world-wide competition and its effects on the United States were foreseen by Mr. Cross and reported in considerable detail to committees in the federal government. In 1954, he was on loan to the Department of Commerce and was 56

responsible for mobilization of all hard good industries and was a technical advisor during the negotiation of the East-West Export Control Agreements with 14 other NATO countries. Recently The Cross Company reached a definitive agreement with Kearney & Trecker of Milwaukee to merge the two companies through a holding company to be known as Cross & Trecker with headquarters in a Detroit suburb.

Donovan worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1937 to 1942. He left to join the Navy where he served as an intelligence officer and was discharged in 1945 with the rank of lieutenant commander. He is trustee of New York University, Mount Holyoke College, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and The Ford Foundation, a director of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is an Honorary Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford. He served on President johnson's Task Force on Education in 1964. He was a member of a three-man team sent to the Soviet Union as official American observers of the Supreme Soviet election in 1958. A native of Minnesota, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was graduated magna cum laude with a B.A . in history from University of Minnesota in 1934. In 1936 he received a B.A. de'gree in history from Oxford.

HEDLEY DONOVAN Minnesota '34 Journalist Extraordinary

Holding a brilliant record in the annals of American journalism, Hedley Donovan, Minnesota '34, retired on June 1, 1979, from his posts as editor-in-chief and member of the board of directors of Time Inc. A Rhodes scholar who got his publishing start in newspapers, hejoined Time Inc. in 1945 as a staff writer for Fortune magazine, moved up to become managing editor in 1953, and in 1964 was chosen by Henry Luce, the cofounder of Time Inc., to succeed him in his editorial duties. Until Donovan's retirement, Luce and he were the only persons to carry the title of editor-in-chief. Brother Donovan considers the introduction of Money, People, and the rebirth of Life, to be his most significant accomplishments while serving as editor-in-chief.

GERALD A. HALE Western Michigan '52 Heads Eleven Businesses

In September 1978, Allegheny Ludlum Industries, Inc. announced the election of Gerald A. Hale, Western Michigan '52, as the head of the new General Industry Group, which includes seven di-

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vIsions of the Chemetron Corporation and four other businesses of the Allegheny Ludlum corporation. As president of the Group, which is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Brother Hale was also elected executive vice president and a member of the board of directors of Allegheny Ludlum. Previous to his new position, he was president of the Minerals and Chemicals Division of Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals Company, a member of its board of directors, corporate executive vice president and a member of the executive committee. The division's products are sold in 65 countries. Mr. Hale began his business career as a salesman for Edgar Brothers Company of Metuchen, N.J., in 1952. In 1954, he joined Minerals and Chemicals Corporation of America, which later became a part of the Engelhard company, and remained there until he joined Allegheny Ludlum Industries. He is a director of the Summit & Elizabeth Trust Company, the New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company, and the Keufel & Esser Company. From 1945 to 1947 he served as meteorologist in the United States Air Force. The Hale family residence has been at Summit, New Jersey.

DR. JAMES W. HALL Bucknell '59 Innovative Educator

Dr. James W. Hall, Bucknell '59, president of Empire State College of the State University of New York, recently was chosen by Change magazine as one of the 100 most respected emerging young leaders in higher education today. He was chosen on the basis of accomplishment and demonstrated potential to influence the direction of higher education in the United States. In making the announcement, Change magazine stated that Empire State College "is nationally recognized as the leader in nontraditional education and lifelong learning." The college is a nonresidential college that was established in 1971 to develop and explore alternative approaches to higher education in response to individual student needs. Nearly 2,000 individuals were nominated in response to questionnaires sent by Change magazine to over 6,200 faculty and administrators in higher education; journalists; government, foundation, and association officials; and others familiar with the academic world. Further investigation, including peer review, was used to establish the final 100 nominees. Prior to becoming president of Em pire State College in 1971, Dr. Hall held both administrative and teaching positions in the State University of New York system. A Danforth Graduate Fellow from 1959 through 1967, he is a member of the American Historical Association, the American Musicological Association, the Society for Values in Higher Education, and the American Association for Higher Education.

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Brother Hall received a B.A. in music from Bucknell, an M.A. in sacred music from Union Theological Seminar, and M.A. and Ph.D . degrees in American Civilization from the University of Pennsylvania. July, 1979

Milwaukee Alumni Club Celebrates Eighty-six guests celebrated the 55th Annual DU Dinner of the Milwaukee alumni club on December 1. Nineteen of the guests were 50-year men. Brother William Grede, Wisconsin ' 19, as a representative of the International Fraternity, presented 50-year A ward Certificates and gold recognition buttons to Roger C. Minahan of Milwaukee, Howard Folsom of Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin, and Robert Bassett of Chicago. The president of the Wisconsin Chapter, Matthew Baer, presented an award to George Knutsen in appreciation of his service to the chapter over the years. Twentyfour undergraduates attended the celebration. The award, signed by all the chapter members, was designed by Bob O'Neil, Wisconsin '79. Business and Professional Directory

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

CONSULT ANTS Alexander & Associates Co ., Canadian Consultants for Marketing, Manufacturing, Tariffs, Licencing and C.S.A. Joe Alexander, P.E., Iowa State '55, University of Toronto '77 , 30 King's Inn Trail, Thornhill, Ontario L3T IT7.

FURNITURE Famous Brand ;\;amc Furniturc with N.C. prices. OYer 200 lines up to 40'1., orr. Charles Hoffman, ;'\;orth Carolina '7rl, nox 282, Salisbury, N.C. 28144.

PLACEMENT AGENCIES SAN FRANCISCO Placement Agcncy, Inc. (41 rl) rl43-R600

625 Market Strcet, Suite 1320 San Francisco, California 9410') Don Seghi, C.E.C. National and International Placement Bradley '51

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Gomment on GFraternity

Welcotne the New, Cherish the Old Volunteers Just the other day I was reading Erma Bombeck's column on volunteerism in our society. It struck me as being a timely subject to share some thoughts with you at this year-end alumni support reporting time. There was never a chapter that suffered from too much alumni support, most suffer from too little. Alumni support in the pocketbook is important to keep the roof repaired, the furniture in good condition from the heavy usei but even more valuable and priceless is the alumnus who gives of himself in addition, as a counselor, as an advisor, as Deputy, corporation officer, in anyone of a thousand tasks. Every single one of us in the fraternity is the inheritor of a rich legacy of tradition, achievement and accomplishment, provided by those who have gone on before us. The fraternity system, your Delta Upsilon chapter and the entire idea of fraternity is a fragile one, and it can be enhanced, preserved and improved in this current generation only as a result of the continuing influx of new volunteer efforts. We particularly cherish the volunteers who have given and continue to give their time year, after year, to make Delta Upsilon what it is and can become. To each of them we owe a debt of gratitude that is boundfess. These senior stalwarts provide a real inspiration and a track record that is envied and admired by all who come in contact with their work. There is nothing very exciting about working out the problems connected with operating a fraternity chapter in grave economic troubles, or one that has lost its sense of balance or direction. That is hard work in the trenches, and it is often met by resisting, persistent opposition. But, let that same chapter achieve some real success, let their rushing be great as a result of consistent, persistent advice from an alumnus, and you know the satisfaction of helping at a most critical time in the lives of college men. Some college students today can go through their entire four undergraduate years and never have a conversation with a faculty member. Some will hardly ever get to know a great professor on a personal basis. All can know and benefit from the mature advice and counsel provided by alumni counselors. This issue of the Quarterly includes the honor roll of our alumni supporting members. The honor roll is a record-breaker, but there should be many more names on these rolls ... na mes of people who have made a conscious commitment to keeping Delta Upsilon that they knew and enjoyed, up to date and strong in contemporary leadership. In the back of this issue on pages 75-78, there is another roll of honor, it is the roll of those alumni who serve as chapter Deputies, as trustees, as counselors ... we could not have a strong fraternity without their contributions as well. To the older, continuing volunteer leaders of Delta Upsilon we owe much . To the new, younger generation, we say enjoy the challenges, the opportunities and the satisfaction that can come from helping build tomorrow's leaders. Fraternally yours,

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62. 63. 64 . 65. 66. 67 . 68.

1. Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 2. Mark H. Adams, Kansas '20 3. Gregory E. Albert, Washington State '74 4 . E. Daniel Albrecht, Arizona '59 5. Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 6. Paul L. Alongi, Northern Illinois '44 7. Donald B. Anderson, Colgate '39 8. Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 9. Arthur E. Auer, Western Michigan '64 10. Phillips G. Auten, Carnegie '33 11. F. Lee Baird, Kansas '55 12. William N. Banks,Jr., Dartmouth '45 13. George F. Barbour, Pennsylvania '42 14. Harvey Bartle, Jr. , Pennsylvania '30 15. Walter J. Beadle, Technology '20 16. Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '22 17. Robert T. Beggs,Jr., Northwestern '61 18. Eugene S. Bennett, DePauw '25 19. J. Antone Bertoglio, Kansas '76 20 . William J. Bittner, Bradley '74 21. George Blair, Miami '37 22 . Paul J. Bodine, Jr., Northwestern '50 23. Allen C. BOl}ebrake, Washington' 14 24. Nicholas J. Borrello, Rutgers '59 25. Girard E. Boudreau, Jr., North Carolina '58 26. Leo R. Brammer, Jr., Oklahoma '46 27. John G. Brass, Manitoba '73 28. Jack J. Bricker, Western Reserve '35 29. Harry N. Briggs, Missouri '51 30. W. A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 31. John D. Campbell, Jr., Western Michigan '62 32. David H. Carnahan, Denison '60 33. William L. Carter, Florida '71 34. Harold D. Caylor, Indiana '16 35. C. E. Cayot, Kansas '25 36 . David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 37. Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65 38. Joseph W. Ciatti, Oregon '64 39. Don E. Clark, Alberta '55 40. P. LeMon Clark, Cornell '23 41. Herbert J. Cleveland, Jr., Texas '60 42. Chester V. Clifton,Jr. , Washington '35 43. Neal L. Cobb, Tufts '27 44. C. Richard Coler, Purdue '51 45. T. H. Conklin, Miami '29 46. Jack H. Copple, Purdue '36 47. Gregg B. Corbitt, Oregon '58 48. Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington' 17 49. Willis G. Corbitt, Washington '20 50. Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 51. Ira Crews, Jr., Oklahoma '45 52. Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 53. Ral ph U. Cross, Tufts' 16 54. William J. Dalrymple, Kansas '35 55. Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 56. Americo Dean,Jr., Michigan State '60 57. D. Bruce Decker, Western Ontario '51 58 . Louis N. DeWitt, Ohio State '30 59 . John J. Douglas, Wisconsin '39 60. Gordon G. DuPree, Kansas '67 61 . David R. Eagleson , Miami '44 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Frederick L. Elder, Miami '27 R.Dale Ellis, Missouri '59 John Embry, Oklahoma '27 John J. Enders, Washington State '39 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 Richard F. Fagan, Washington '52 George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 69. Thomas S. Filip, Oklahoma '69 70. Henry J. Forsyth, Lehigh '32 71. Norman C. Frees, DePauw '36 72. Paul E. Gipson, Northern Illinois '68 73. Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '28 74. Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 75. Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 76. Franklin C . Hageman, Western Michigan '58 77. George T. Hall, Washington '44 78. H. Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '29 79. Stephen F. Harbison, Stanford '65 80. H. Vincent Harsha, Iowa '42 81. Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 82. Scott W. Hazen,Jr., Northwestern '34 83. Edgar F. Heizer,Jr., Northwestern '51 84. Glenn D. Hemme, Minnesota '67 85. Thomas H. Henkle, U .C.L.A. '50 86. J errad J. Hertzler, Kansas' 58 87. Matthew H. Hill, Washington' 17 88. Walter J . Hodge, Missouri '25 89. Joseph F. Hogan, Miami '48 90. Paul A. Howsare, Simpson '29 91. Thomas L. Hrivnak, Western Ontario '74 92. PaulO. Huntington, Tufts '13 93. Bruce M. Jackson, Toronto '50 94 . Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin '51 95. Jamille G. Jamra, Northwestern '38 96. Jess S. Jiuliante, Pennsylvania '49 97. Allan R. Johnson, Pennsylvania '39 98. Dean T. Johnson, California '50 99. William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 100. William E. Jouris , Technology '61 101. William L. Julian, lliinois '29 102. William G. Kagler, Syracuse '54 103. Stephen P. Kaptain, Michigan '48 104. Norman S. Knauss, Miami '53 105. Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36 106. Glede R. Kohler, DePauw '51 107. Arthur A. Kurz, Bucknell '69 108. Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue '51 109. William H. Lawson, Purdue '50 110. Gary L. Levering, Northwestern '61 Ill. Robert J. Longo, Lafayette '63 112. Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 113. Jim Marks, San Jose '56 114. Robert J. Martin , Washington' 59 115. Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54 116. Raymond E. Mason,Jr., Ohio State '41 117. Theodore A. Mathias, Pennsylvania State '27 118. Alexander T. Mayo, Virginia '29 119. John C. Mazzei, New York '26 120. Harry W. McCobb, Michigan '25 121. Thomas F. McKay, Washington '48 122. James C. McLeod , Middlebury '26 123. J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 124. Donald C. Metz, Purdue '30 125. John E. Meyer, Kansas '50 126. Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 127. Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 128. Joel S. Mindel, Swarthmore '60 129. Raymond Mooney, Illinois '16 130. Richard T. Morris, Colgate '28 131. Allen A. Mossier, Indiana '50 132. E. L. Moulton, Union '37

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133. 134. 135. 136. 137.

Thomas B. Mullowney, Rutgers '57 Charles E. Ne lson, Wisconsin '27 Herbert H. Nelson, Colorado '59 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 Reginald B. Newman, Northwestern '59 138. Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 139. Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette '67 140. Michael C. Norman, Oregon '67 141. C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '26 142. William F. O'Dell, Illinois '31 143. Brent G. Orcutt, Hamilton '26 144. Franz Osthaus, Stanford '27 145. Julius A. Otten, Michigan '61 146. Joseph H. Penrose, Jr., Cornell '59 147 . Wallace V. Peters, Pennsylvania State' 14 148. Walter R. Peterson, Washington '22 149. Charles A . Phillips, III, Clarkson '64 150. O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 151. C. Reynolds Potter, Johns Hopkins '68 152. Alan V. Pugh, North Carolina '73 153. Remington J. Purdy, Lehigh '28 154. Robert L. Purcell, Chicago '31 155. John G. Redline ,Jr., Pennsylvania '48 156. William K. Reid, Oklahoma '58 157. Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 158. William C. Reusing, Virginia '62 159. Arthur L. Rice, Jr., Illinois '36 160. Donald L. Richardson, Washington and Lee '43 161. Frank J. Robinson, Western Ontario '53 162. Richard R. Robinson, New York '44 163. Jack J. Roemer, Purdue '32 164. J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 165. Fulton W. Samson, Pennsylvania '21 166. Don E. Schlitt, Michigan State '64 167. C. Earl Schooley, Missouri '28 168. Warren A. Scott, Purdue '48 169. William M. Scott, Indiana '68 170. John M. Sharp, Oklahoma '63 171. Philip T. Sharples, Swarthmore '10 172. James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 173. George W. Shore, Arizona '62 174. Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '48 175. Charles J. Slawson, Kansas '20 176. Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '56 177. John R. Slothower, Nebraska '45 178. Herbert E . Smith, Indiana '52 179. Thomas C. Smith, Kansas State '70 180. George E. Starr, Wash ington '08 181. R. V. Stephens, Indiana '61 182. Swen H. Stone, Wisconsin '43 183. Raymond Stutsman, Purdue '53 184. Thomas B. Summers, Indiana '51 185. Vern P. Swanes, Washington '45 186. Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago '43 187. David H. Thomas, Missouri '42 188. Kenneth D. Thompson, Western Reserve '27 189. Franklyn H . Tormoen, Minnesota '30 190. Peter A. Tuohy, Washington '53 19 1. A. F. Turner, Technology '29 192. William K. Ulerich, Pennsylvania State '31 193. Myron W. Ulrich, Western Reserve '34 194. William E. Walker, Ohio State '54 195. W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 196. Clayton B. Weed , Jr., Colgate '44 197. Robert F. Wernet , Purdue '49 198. G. H. Westby, Chicago '20 199. James A. Wiese, Iowa '58 200. Gary Wood, Cornell '64 201. Robert C. Wood, Cornell '67 202. Harlan S. Yenne, Indiana '16

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o Ranked below are the ten top chapters in number of donors to the Annual Alumni Support ap peal from July 1, 1978 to April 10, 1979, 1. Purd ue-l14 2, Wisconsin-85 3, Michigan-77 4, IIlinois-72 5, Kansas-70 Washington-70 5, Miami-57 7, Rutgers-55 8, Indiana-52 Northwestern-52 9, Cornell-51 10, Pennsylvania State-50 KEY

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President's Century C lub$100 Golden Delta Club-$50 Silver Delta Club-$25 Double Donor for 1978-'79 Number of consecutive years of giving

ALBERTA-18 + Bate, G, '69 (4) • BUou, R , '48 (3) • • Chumir, S. '63 (2) Clark , D. '55 (2) Cobert, R. '47 (4) + Hatch , D. '59 (3) + Hebb, C. '62 (4) + Hill, B. '58 + J e Kenta, A . '54 (3) • King, E, '42 (4) l.ove, D. '46 (4) + l.ove, J. '42 (2) + Millar, J. '6 2 (2) * Murray, A. '57 (4) Primrose, J. '64 (2) + Stanford, M. '64 (4) + VanDerl.ee, E. '51 (2) * Warrac k, A . '61 (2)

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AMHERST-9 Gaylord, G. '26 Gower, S. Jr. '36 (8) * Hancoc k, T . '40 (4) + Marker , C. '21 (2) + POlle r , P. '32 (3) Thompson, W. Jr. '37 (4) + TUllle, C. Jr. '52 Washburn, G. ' 14 (4) + Wieland, J. '58 (4)

ARIZONA-12 Albrecht, E. '59 Andrews, T. '59 (2) Chambers, D. '60 (9) + Dinsmore, P. '64 + J ewell, S. '66 (2) * John, D. '62 (2) + Morris, A. Jr. '60 (2) Shore, G. '62 (3)

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Swenson, C. '4 0 (2) + Wright , H. '63

ARKANSAS-5 + Brewer, D. '77 (2) Hamilto n, G. '77 (2) • J acobs, T. '77 (2) + Kolf, R. '77 + Magic, M. '78

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ARLINGTON-IO + Ashby, J. '74 (3) + Capps, W. '75 + Di ck, S. Jr. '70 (3) + Greenhaw, W. '74 (2) + Jones, M. '75 (3) + Metca lf, R. '72 (2) * Ricks, J . '69 (2) + Simpson , L. '74 + Tackell, C. Jr. '77 (2) York, D. '73 AUBURN-2 + Ambrose, R. '67 (4) Hend e rson , J. Jr. '62 (4) BAYLOR-I + Jon es , .I. Jr. '78 BOWDOIN-4 Ames, E. '33 Balsbaugh, S. '53 (4) Chandler, J. '37 (4) Farr, H. '29 BOWLING GREEN-9 Carstensen, J. '50 (3) Gmzdon, G. '50 (3) Haye k, R. '69 (3) + Kunt7., G. '60 (4) + l.itra, R. '75 (3) + Riscili, J. ' 70 + Rust, K. '50 * Stedman , J. '69 (9) + Stephan, E. Jr. '66 (8) BRADLEY-37

+ Baker, S. '78 + Bartholomew, + Bellers, P. '69

R. '53 (2)

* Bittner, W. '74 Boland, C. '53 (9)

+ Boylan, M. '69 (9) + Bremer, J. '66 (8) + Busa , W, '53 + Cinollo, W. '65 (2) + Dahlsgaard, R. Jr. '63 (4) + DeVan , B. '57 (2) + Killelea, H . '59 + Knackstedt, G. '69 (2)

Kolling, B. '53 (4)

+ l.eengran, J. '50 (2) + l.eonard, F. '77 (2) + l.eonard, J. '76 (3) McAtee, D. '68

+ Mech, D. '78 + Ne lson , E. '75 (3) + Olson, R. '57 + Paliatka, E. '56 (9) + Parks, F. '76 (3) + Parus, A . '53 (3) Penrod, E. '74 1.. '75 (3) Robinson , T. '68 (4) + Ruedlin , D. '66 (3) + Savio, R. '56 (3) + Schram, J. '50 (3) • Seghi , D. '51 (3) + Senini, j. jr. '55 + Simpson, W. '60 (2) Susla, N. '52 Taga, H. '54 (4) + Thede, W. '68 + Wagoner, S. '50 (2)

+ Reiner,

johnson, D. '63 Kavanagh, C. '64 (2) Kelt, S. '49 Le ffingwell, C. '25 Luther, E. '33 + Martinelli, S. '52 (8) + McLeod, D. '52 (9) Mea ns, E. '34 (4) Miley , j. '24 (3) + Mou lin, D. '53 (3) Murra y, N. III '64 (9) + Okumura, R. '76 O li ver, L. '26 + Pike, E. '34 + Partridge, S. ' 14 (9) Robinso n, E. '32 (4) + Rose, C. '24 (9) Sherman, R. '51 Simpson , .I. '13 (8) Sipos, M. '67 + Taylor, J. '6 9 (2) + TcnDoesschate, P. '50 (4) Toney, C. '22 + Zorbas, A. '53

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CARNEGIE-46 BRITISH COLUMBIA-6 Auten, P. '33 + Blumenauer, G. '45 (4) Bahrcnburg, H . '46 + Bonner, R. '42 (2) + Beers, H. '35 (9) * Brae, K . '46 (3) • Brennan, R. '54 (3) + Campbell, J , '33 (2) • Buerger, C. '60 (2) Ferguson, G. '62 (5) + Clark , j . '35 (9) + Millen , D. '45 (5) + Connors, j. '45 (3) + Cmss, R. '48 (8) BROWN-21 + Ellioll, S. '33 (8) BallY, D. '38 (4) + Ferrell, j. '50 Clark, R. '39 (2) + Fin~les, F. '28 (9) + Cunningham, J. '41 (9) Gilli land, j. '5 1 (2) + Geisler, F. '29 (4) + Hall , C. jr. '54 (2) George , A. '39 (4) + Hamlin, E. jr. '39 (3) + Hanson, G. '52 Hall, W. '21 (2) + Harwood, F. '31 + Hcddacus, G. '20 (5) * Ingalls, C. '25 (4) Hobbs, G. '43 jones, H. jr. '47 + Howe ll , l. '70 Jones, W. '26 (4) + Icken, A. Jr. '65 + Judd, R. '42 (4) + Keller , 1.. ' 26 (6) * Mazet, R. Jr. '24 (3) + Ke nnedy , P. '22 (2) + McGovern, R. '48 (2) Kle in , E. '70 Mosher, R. '47 (2) + Klingener, j. '31 Norman, R. '57 (3) + Kraft , O. '35 (3) Perkins, V. '35 (2) + Kubiak , R. '5 1 (9) Roth , C. jr. '46 (2) + Lawson, F. '20 (3) Shabica, S. '69 + Leicht, V. j r. '66 + Wellersdieck, F . .II'. '5 1 (3) + McCall, E. '42 (9) Wezniak, F. '54 Mc Donald, W. '5 2 (4) + Merrill , R. '66 Wylie, S. '57 (2) Mie lke, H. '51 (9) + Milliron, W. '31 (3) Newman, D. '54 (6) BUCKNELL-21 + Nichol, H. '21 (9) + Adams , 1.. jr. '64 (9) • Peop les, J. Jr. '54 (3) + Baines, J . '77 (2) + Polles , J. '67 (8) + Balta, j. '59 Prall, T. '3 0 (2) Carter, R. '56 (9) Res ch, P. '28 (2) Gillespie, D. '76 (3) Saul, R. '61 + Hyde, B. '75 (4) + Seibel, C. Jr. '41 (9) Kaercher, T . '57 (7) + Smith, H. Jr. '44 (9) Klahr, S. '77 (2) + Stefani, A. Jr. '63 (2) Kurz, A. '69 (3) * Vassil, j. '5 2 (9) Leinbach, P. '54 (4) Walkins , C. '39 MacDonald, R. jr. '57 + Wil ey, 1.. jr. '49 (2) M,uor, W. Jr. '67 >I< Winston, K. '56 Rockwell , D. Jr. '64

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CLARKSON-21 Armstrong, C. '61 Baker, C. '71 (9) + Baker, G. '27 (9) + Colford, E. '76 Crouse, J. '71 Dishaw, A. '23 (9) Finnegan , J. '78 Fitzgerald , J. '27 (8) Hrinishin, J. '78 Hunt, j. '77 (2) joy , C. '29 (9) Kieta , D, ' 73 + McGill, R. '35 Millson, M. '67 (4) Naylon, R. Jr. '72 (3) + Nelson , D. '69 Phillips, C I II '64 (8) * Shurtleff, R. '66 (3) Step he nson, R. '65 Wi chm ann, G. '26 (9) Wischh us en, R. '76 (2)

+ Doesc her , F. '26

Duffield, R. '37 (2)

+ Duryea, P. Jr. '42 + Evarts, C. '53 (3) + Felger, O. '20 (2)

CENTRAL MISSOURI-8 + Barraie , D. '74 (3) + Clu ff, N . .II'. '74 + Letzig, W. '7 1 (3) Martin, N. '75 + McCa mbridge, J . '7 2 + Smith, C. '72 Smith, R. '74 + Watson, D. '78

CHICAGO-33 Bain, R. '44 Bidwell, R, '50 (8) Borst, C. '33 + Bray, P. '49 * Coc hran, D. '27 (8) Davis, P. j I'. '35 (8) + Evans, S. jr. '47 + Fitzgerald, J. '4 3 (3) + Frentz, A . '25 (8) + Harts , H. '21 (2) * H ea d , C. '52 (3) + H es kell , B. '22 (4) + Hood, R. '38 (4) Ingals , E. '19 (2) + Johnstone, Q. '36 (2) + Jon es, M. '32 (2)

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COLGA TE--54 + Abrams, H. '2 7 (4) + Ande rson, D. '39 (7) + Bolles, C. '27 (3) + Bond, F. '13 Brewster, J. III ' 78 • Croft , S. '5 1 (4) + Del oria , A. '52 (2)

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CALIFORNIA-43 + Allen, D. '37 (2) + Armstrong, D. '48 (2) Bias, R. '30 (9) * Botsford, H. '53 (8) Brooks, G. '70 (2) Carr, R. Jr. '21 (8) Cobb, E. '58 (8) Crockell, D. '66 (2) + Donlon, R . '50 (4) * Edwards, D. '16 (3) + Franklin, W. '37 (3) Fry, j. Jr. '63 (3) + Greenwood , R. '48 (2) + Guidi , j. '77 Hagler, R. '77 + Holt, j. '57 (3) Howell, W. '4 1 (2) Hughes, M. Jr. '56 Johnson, D. '50

D. '29 (2) Miller, E. '40 Naas, H. '43 (3) Noble, M, '20 (9) + Oleso n , W. '18 Purcell, R. '3 1 (3) Rollesto n , R. '24 (2) Sloan, K. '32 (3) Tenney, A. Jr. '43 (2) Thomann, D. '39 (9) Westby , G. '20 (3) * Weyland, G. '53

COLBY-7 Cowie, J. '77 Guild, S. '34 Hu e mmle r, G. '78 Hurley, W. '49 (8) Lightbody, C. '47 (3) + Ryder, A. '46 (8) Sturte vant, R. '24 (3)

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Sprout, J. '48 (7) Sprout, R. '49 (3) W. '36 (9) Thieke, R. '60 (2) + Torrey, W. IIJ '75 (3) Weaver, J. '78 + Weckcnman. F. '77 (2) + Winchip, j. '57

+ Mand el, M. '55 (9) + McClure, J. Jr. '42 (4)

+ McGraw,

Weldon, R, '52 Wilkinson, H. '34

+ Williams, 1.. '29 (3) + Zimmer, C. '30 (2) + Zimmerman , R. '40 (2) COl.ORADO-I4 Bean, D. '61 (9) + Buckley, D. Jr, '75 (2) >I< Hoesch, W. '76 + Humphries , R. Jr. '69 (2) + Lockhart, J . '76 + Loshak , G. '75 (2) McClure, E. Jr. '69 (2) + Milne, C. jr. '73 (3) Nelson, H. '59 (5) Oliver, W. '6 2 (3) Oppold, J. '77 (2) Pober, K. '62 (4) White, J. '75 (2) 'Wilson, S. '72

*

COLUMBIA-8 + Brannick, 1.. '57 (3) + Chabau, A. '37 (4) Eichacker, W. '41 (4) Harbaugh, D. '22 (3) Mahoney, J. '39 (8) McCormack, J. '39 (3) + Wormser, F. ' 16 (9)

+ WormsCI"",

R. '17 (2)

*

*

+ Steinhauer,

Kavanaugh , J. '52 '(3) + Keog h , W. '34 (2) • + Krasnit z, M. '56 (2)

Ferguson, C. '36 (2) Goewey, J. '51 (2) Gow, N. '46 (9) H e lman, D. '41 (9) Hughes , A. 'II (8) Ingle, R. '48 (8) + Jones , 1.. '61 (2) Keyse r, C, '3 1 Klika , W. '67 Kranich fcld , W. '44 (2) Madse n , G. Jr. '48 + Manti ca, R. '40 Maw hinney, W. '42 (2) Mayer, G. '74 + McCarthy , J. '56 + Mc Mahon , E. ' 71 (3) + McCow n, F. III '50 (2) Morris, R. '28 (9) + Nast, T. '37 (9) • Okunski, W. '58 (9) Palka, B. '53 (2) * Parker, P. '12 Peabody , R. '45 (2) Quiri, R. '45 (2) + Rathbone, J. '24 + Reid , A. '44 + Ri ce, R. '34 (4) Sater, C. '16 (4) • Schmid, P. '61 (2) + Spe n ce r , R. '24 (2) Stark, L. '25 (3) Staurovsky, R. '59 (9) + Steinberg, J. '28 + Taylor, R, '32 VanOrd en, E. '40 + WallOn, E. '34 (9) Weed, C. Jr. '44 (2)

*

*

CORNELL-61 Adams , S. ' 75 (3) Allen, J. '73 (2) Altern us, J. j I'. '65 (2) Anderson, K. '20 (7) Bartlett, H. Jr. '35 >I< Beckwith, R. '57 (9) + Berndt, J. '76 (3) Boericke, F. '28 + Brammell, D. '76 Burpee, D. '17 (3) Caruthers, E. Jr. '28 + Cashen, A . '57 Clark, P. '23 (8) + Clemente, M. '73 (2) + Devore, j. '68 (9) Dillon, W. '43 (9) + D'Onofrio, P. '76 (3) Embury, F. '27 (3) Enichen, D. '73 (3) Farrington, W. '43 (2) + Gilchrist, R. '40 (9) + Gogolak , P. '64 + Haldeman, S. '24 (9) + Halstead, C. Jr. '63 (2) + Hessler, O. '42 (3) + Howe, W. '4 2 (3) + Howell, A. '50 (3) Keating, T. '57 (2) + Keenum, J. Jr. '74 + Kennedy, D. '50 (9) + Klein, M. '71 (2) LaQuatra, j. '74 (3) + Lathrop, W. jr. '61 (4) + Light, G. '63 + McCarthy, K. '78 + Pasquale, D. '57 (8) + Pennock, J. III '35 Penrose, j. Jr. '59 (9) * Perkins, R. '61 (2) + Rolston , W. '50 + Rothrock, C. '54 + Safford, R. '56 + Schaenen, N. '23 (9) * Schaenen, N. Jr. '50 (9) Schenkel, W. Jr. '67 + SchmIck, S. '72 (3) + Shepard, W. '31 (2) * Slovak, G. '77 Sundstrom, W. '61 • Tharp , B. '58 (9) + Theodorakos, j. '73 Totten, W. '73 + Vaughan, A. I II '60 (2) * Vawter, H. '42 (9) Wallace, A. jr. '20 + Wasilewski, j. '74 (2) White , P. '66 + Will, M. '71 (3) Wood, G. '64 + Wood, M. '64 (8) Wood, R. '67 (9)

*

*

* *

CREIGHTON-9

+ Brabec, T. '77

D ELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

july, 1979


• Buckmiller, W. '7 1 (3) Haerr, R. '72

+ Kennedy, J. '78

McNary, G. '75 (3) Moore, T. '77 Scxtro. R. '70 Verdi, P. '7B Verdi, P. '7B DARTMOUTH-9 * Banks, W. Jr. '45 (5) Brown, J. '25 (3) Ensinger, S. '27 (9) Geisinger, W. '30 (2) + Herget, J. '30 (9) Hailes, C. '32 (4) + H owe, E. '24 (5) Swift, N. '27 (4) WallS, H. '50 (8) DAYTON-3 Corrigan, J. Jr. '76 + Kuen zi g, C. '75 Lyons, W. '72 (5)

FLORIDA-21 + Bayman, S. '6B (3) + Bonney, J. '67 * Carter, W. '71 (4) Delancy, J. '77 + Engelman, D. '65 (2) Forrest, P. '58 (9) + Johnson, E. '65 + Lemmel, W. '76 + Ma cDo nald, R. '77 (2) + Marchione, J. '58 (2) • Mee ker, J. '65 (2) + Mueller, G. Jr. '65 (2) Mye rs, R. '76 (3) O'Bryne, W. '72 + Pritchard, G. '62 (4) Reis, G. '7B + Rigby, J. '6B (3) + Robens , J. '63 (B) Rosenthal , P. '73 (3) + Shanks, C. Jr. '67 (2) Vawter, J. '76 FRESN0-5 + Chavez, S. Jr. '76 + Cherwin, B. '72 + Correia, J. '76 (3) + Duncan, E. '67 (3) + Vassallo, B. '69 (2)

DELAWARE-8 + Anzalone, E. '72 (3) + Brooks, M. '74 (3) + Carey, J . Jr. '70 (3) GEORGIA TECH-II Coyne, P. Jr. '70 (3) + Abboll, J. Jr. '69 (9) Oldfield, D. '70 (2) C. '64 (2) + Reifschneider, D. ' 70 (9) + Cecil, Eubanks, P. '71 (2) Slack, J. '71 Fariss, D. '59 (3) Sowerby, J. '77 Flax, S. '7B * Konemeier, K. '67 (3) + Lawson, C. '64 (B) + Mc Keema n, R. '77 (2) DENISON-19 Monfort, C. Jr. '68 (9) + Austin, D. '65 • Mumper, M. '62 (4) + Bailey, B. '58 (9) Whidby, R. '77 Boswau, H. '55 (9) Brainard, D. '62 (4) * Carnahan, D. '60 (2) HAMILTON-17 + DeCrescenzo, D. '72 Bennen, G. '50 Dimoff, T. '77 (2) • Doyle, D. '39 (3) Fleming, R. '50 (3) + Driscoll, W. Jr. '58 (9) Fogel, E. Jr. '62 (4) + Gluck, C. '53 + Fay, R. '50 (3) Green, D. '29 (3) Haines, F. '63 (7) * Marketos, G. '63 Hayden, R. Jr. '77 (2) McCall,./ . Jr. '38 (2) • Hoeft, W. '58 + Nye, S. '52 (3) + Kleven, R. '61 * Orcull, B. '26 (9) • Kuhlman, D. '61 (8) + Peters, R. '72 (2) McNew, E. '54 Pugsley, P. '39 Sarvis, R. '72 (3) + Rah o, J. '48 (9) + Shell, R. Jr. '56 Scarpino, M. '72 Throckmorton, R. '63 Scovel, F. '25 (3) Strohmeyer, G. Jr. '65 (3) + We fer, D. '54 (8) DePAUW-33 Winter, R. '75 Arters, R. Jr. '70 * Bennell, E. '25 (9) + Cluller, R. '39 (9) HARVARD-2 Cook, W. '20 (3) Adams, A. '32 (4) + Coons, R. '41 (4) + Lowman, G. '3B (4) + Cox, J. '24 (8) + CurreOl, R. '28 (2) Davidson, J. '63 (3) + Elton, S. '55 (3) HOUSTON-4 + Fischer, C. '62 + Dutcher, D. '73 (4) * Frees, N. '36 + Johnson, J. '78 Gamble, C. '33 Phillips, S. ' 71 (2) + Hartline, J. '34 (3) + Roznovsky, V. '75 Herrold, R. '36 + Isenbarger, J. '45 (4) + Jones, H. '32 (2) ILLINOIS---72 + Keiper, J. '33 (2) + Albrecht , D. '51 (4) + Kerr, J. '32 (9) Alle n, I . Jr. '54 * Ko hler, G. '51 (4) + All en, L Jr. '47 (9) + Lascher, E. '51 (3) + Bailie, H. '4B McCarty, T. '28 (9) Baumgartner, D. '65 (2) + McEvoy, P. '27 (4) A. '23 (4) * Beckman, + Moffell, R. '32 (2) + Bercher, W. '38 (3) + Newell, R. '34 (4) + Blankenship, M. '55 (3) Pelly, J. '36 (4) Bright, O. '12 (4) Post, R. '46 (2) + Brunson, R. '58 (9) + Reagan, W. '46 (3) + Burtzos, F. '77 (2) + Sass, R. '55 (4) Carlson, C. '75 (3) + Shake, J. '40 (9) + Chandler, G. '22 (3) Trusler, M. '31 (2) Clements, E. III (3) Voor his, A. '30 (2) + Coffel, C. '28 (9) + West, C. '52 + Cox, K. '76 (3) Wise, B. '36 (3) Crowley, R. '69 (6) + Day, W. '54 (8) + Dees, D. '55 EASTERN KENTUCKY-3 Deist, R. '50 Argabright, T. '70 (3) + Emerson, B. 11 '69 (3) + Hek, B. '70 (8) + Erb, G. '32 (9) Hrubala, B. '73 (2) Gasparro, F. '72

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

Geromella, R. '4 4 (9) Giffin, D. '62 (9)

+ Groebe, W. '70

Hall, R. '74 (3) Harris, R. '55 (3) + Heil, J . '50 + Hennessey, G. '3B (2) Hilliard, F. '33 (4) + Hincke, W. '23 Hortberg, D. '57 (2) + Howard, Ii. '33 (9) • Huppert, J. '76 * Julian, W. '29 (9) Kalsinas, S. '78 + Kinsella, J. '39 (2) Kirchner, L. '25 (B) Kirkpatrick, T. Jr. '64 Ladd, B. '57 + Lehmann, S. '34 (8) Lew is, T. '16 (3) MacGregor, S. '74 + MacNeal, R. '43 + Magnussen, R. '60 + Mason, A. '16 (5) + McEnery, J. '5 1 (9) Mead , G. '57 * Mooney, R. '16 (9) + Mosetick, F. '56 (9) + Nagel, J. '69 (2) + Novak, E. Jr. '72 * O'Dell, W. '31 (3) + Parsons, E. '27 (9) * Rice, A. Jr. '36 (4) + Shaw, D. '5 1 (4) Shepard, T. Jr. '73 * Sherman, O. Jr. '5 1 (2) Shoemaker, D. '65 + Siddall, J. '40 + Soldwedel, C. '22 (3) + Sparks, R. '31 (2) + Stein, H. '22 (3) Stellner, F. '28 (9) + Tendick, J. '77 (2) + Trelease, S. '17 (9) + Troller, S. '5B (9) Valko, R. '64 (3) Waggoner, W. '36 (9) + Wilson, D. '62 + Wylie, S. '73 (2) INDIANA-62 + Allard, D. '70 (4) + Anderson, C. Jr. '27 (3) Beer, W. '55 Bell, C. '54 (2) Borgmeier, P. Jr. '69 + Brunt, R. '30 (2) + Campbell, J. '37 (9) * Caylor, H. '16 (9) * Caylor, T. '21 (4) + Currier, R. '64 (3) * CUller, J . '52 (2) + DeBolt, R. '49 (6) Dunn, G. '69 (3) + Elsen, G. '75 (3) + Endwright, D. '56 (8) + ESCOll, 1. Jr. '4 1 (3) + Farquharson, D. '40 (2) + Fleetwood, R. '29 (8) + Fritz, E. '54 + Gutman, P. '52 (4) + Hall, W. '44 (7) * Haugh, R. '48 (3) + Hayes, R. '48 Hollis, J. '28 (3) + J enkins, P. '65 + Jones, F. '46 • Kahlenbeck, H. Jr. '52 (9) + Kaplar, R. Jr. '78 Krick , F. Jr. '42 Lake, E. '49 (2) + Mason, J. '76 (3) + McReynolds, O. '15 (6) + Moss, L. '49 (9) * Mossier, A. '50 (4) + Mullins, T. '78 * Murray, R. '48 (2) + Pea k, P. '55 (9) + Phillips, R. '71 + Planke, W. '27 + Pre tat, R. '77 + Reed, R. '76 Rosenberger, H. '22 (8) * SCOll, W. '68 + SerVaas, B. '41 (3) + Shepard, L. '19 *Smith, H . '52 Smith, K. '63 (4) * Stephens, R. '61 (2) Stephens, X. '28 (3) + Stubbs, G. '34 (2) * Summers, T. '51 (7) + Swank, T. '68 (5)

july, 1979

+ Swayze, R. '4 1 (8) + Teeter. D. '50 + Topper, S. '67 + Voss , T. '51 + Wade, J. '26 + Wear, G. ' 17 (9)

*

Wells, J. '65 (8) + Williams, F. ' 70 (2) * Yenne, H. '16 (9) + Yoder, P. '70 (8)

IOWA-45 Ackerson, F. '44 (3) + Allen, R. '32 (9) + Ashline, J. '58 (2) + Beck, K. '40 (2) + Benson, C. '41 (3) • + Badia, R. '35 (3) Bornholdt, J. '36 (3) Brown, M. '71

+ Browning, E. Jr. '37 (2) Burge,J. '61 (9) + Childs, H. '33 (9) • Courter, L. '57 (2) Darling, S. '37 Dikeman, P. '31 (2) + Fillenwarth, K. '46 (3) + Fletcher, J. '35 (9) Gildner, D. '65 (3) * Harsha, H . '42 (8) + Hawkinson , H. '35 (9) + Hill, L. Jr. '43 (2) + Holscher, R. '44 (3) + Hovland, J. '50 * Hudson, M. '76 (2) Irwin, R. '57 Kesman , A. '77 Lapham, R. '39 Littig, H. '65 (3) + Lundy, J. '36 (3) + Meester, G. '66 ... Nickclscn, J. '50 * Oberman n, C. '26 (8) O'Connor, R. '47 (3) + Renfro, R. '46 (4) Rider, R. '75 (3) Rowe, C. '48 Rubin, W. '68 (3) Rusk, D. '76 Sodemann, N. '62 Steele, J . '63 (4) + Sundberg, J. '73 (2) + Sunderbruch, A. '67 + Vickers, T . '71 (2) + Viskocil, J . '75 (2) + Volkmer, W. '53 (3) * Wiese, J. '58 (2)

IOWA STATE-38 + Burroughs, C. '68 (8) Calderwood, E. '14 (8) + Chappell, C. '3 1 (3) + Cronk, J. '60 (8) Donahey, W. '32 (8) Engler, G. '43 + Fleck, R. '49 (3) Fynquisl. W. '56 + Giertz, N. '77 (2) Gruenig, C. Jr. '59 (3) Heckmiller, D. '57 + Jensen, R. '62 + John, E. '16 (3) + Johnson, A. Jr. '47 + Joslin, R. '47 (5) Krall, D. '76 Kratoska , R. '59 Kuehl, A. '24 (3) Lovell, J. Jr. '50 (4) + Lowe, L. '55 • Mason, R. '33 (3) + Moeller, R. '52 (3) + Moodie, J . '45 (3) Palmer, H. '60 (4) + Parker, J. '30 (2) + Peters, T. '57 (3) Schooley, F. '22 (9) + Sigman, W. '50 (8) + Sold wedel, F. '31 (2) Templeton, H. ' 19 (2) + Tillapaugh, H. '32 (4) Voggenthaler, A. '24 (8) + Walker, G. '44 (2) + Warren, A. '22 (9) Webster, V. '25 (9) Williamson, R. '28 (9) + Wolfe,J . '12 (9) Wood, W. '55

JOHNS HOPKINS---34 Biemiller, L. Jr. '55 (2) • Bigley, H. Jr. '64 (3) + Blaylock, M. '68 (2) + Brimer, W. '20 (3) Brown, L. Jr. '65 (3) Budnitz, E. Jr. '53 Edel, D. Jr. '46 ... Fcrrazzano, D. '68 (3) Frankwich, V. '52 (2) + Gibson, W. '50 + Gilbert, J. '57 (9) + Hambleton, R. '22 (3) Hannibal, J. Ir. '45 (3) Harris, R. I il '66 (2) + Hickman, R. '28 (9) + Kerstetter, O. '38 + Levy, K. '26 (8) Lord, R. '54 (9) * Miller, C. '49 (7) + Norris, J. '29 (2) Owen, W. '53 Palumbo, A. Jr. '67 (8) Peach, J . '31 (3) * Potter, C. '68 (3) + Reutter, T. Jr. '61 (3) Schultz, E. Jr. '-18 (2) Shipley, N. '52 (2) + Smith, F. Jr. '50 (2) + Smith, J. '33 (2) + Smith, W. '54 (2) Stuart, E. ' 17 (3) Utterback, P. '48 (9) Weyforth , W. '12 (9) Wilkinson, F. '58 (2)

KANSAS---70 * Adams, M. '20 (6) • Arnold, R. '27 (2) * Baird, F. '55 (2) + Ballou, D. '75 (4) + Belt, C. '57 (9) + Berkley, K. '6 1 (9) * Bertoglio, J. '76 (3) Boyd, W. '60 + Brown, J. '51 (2) + Butler, A. '3 1 (5) + Cole, C. '75 (3) + Congleton, P. '52 Cram, J. ' 71 (3) Cramer, W. '33 (9) + Crowther, M. '59 (3) + Dakan, T. '78 * Dalrymple, W. '35 (2) + Davidson, K. '52 (3) + Davis, R. '75 (2) + Dietrich, R. '33 (8) * DuPree, G. '67 ... Etherington, S. '71 (6) + Fiske, T. '55 (3) + Fitch, T. '77 + Forney, R. '21 (7) • Gear, G. '15 (9) + Gear, M. '17 (9) * Gregory, L. '75 (4) + Grove, M. '42 (6) + Hall, C. '44 (3) * Hamilton, H . '42 (2) + Hamilton, R. '53 (2) Hart, N. '56 + Henry, C. '44 + Herriott, J . '35 (4) * Hertzler, J. '58 (3) + Hiebsch, V. Jr. '42 (5) + Hinshaw, C. Jr. '54 (9) + Howard, C. '50 Irwin , J. '49 (9) • Johnson, O. Sr. '26 (3) Keen, J. '68 + Klemp, H . '26 (4) + Knorr, J. '31 (9) • Kreider, S. '44 (2) Light, J. J ... '51 Light, M. '49 (7) + Ludwick, A. '34 + McCall, R. '53 (3) Metcalf, E. '43 (2) * Meyer, J. '50 + Miller, P. '73 + Morrison, D. '67 + Nossaman, J. '60 (2) >10 Rader, L. '70 + Radotinsky , J. '33 + Reeder, W. '47 + Reese, J. '57 (2) + Schober, R. '47 + Seitz, J. '31 (8) * Slawson, C. '20 (2) * Slawson, D. '56 (9) Smith, N. '38 (8) Snyder, H . '25 (g)

* St. Clair, J. '5B (2)

+ ~~dd~lI~j'?5\

(2)

Wandling, W. '58

+ Williams, R. '40 (3) + Woody, W. '22 (2) KANSAS STATE-25 • Abbott, R. '61 (3) Bock, H. '63 + Boelling, G. '58 (2) • Bunker, C. '70 (2) + Dyke, T. '66 (5) + Ebright, H. '74 Fleischman, L. '77 + Gordon, W. '60 (3) • Greene, R. '58 (9) Haughey, C. '56 (9) + Hostetter, J. '65 + Huffman , D. '68 (3) James, S. '67 Johnson, D. '75 (2) + Jubelt, B. '68 (8) + McKinley, D. '7 1 (3) Morris, S. '68 + Musil , E. '7) (7) + Neighbor, R. '68 (2) + Sell, R. ' 78 * Smith, T. '70 (3) Swenson, J. '77 + Teichgraeberg, G. '63 Thompson, T. '76 Tucker, K. '76 (3) KENT STATE-12 + Brown, J. Jr. '64 (2) Dalcher, A. '57 (4) Farinacci. A. '65 (8) + Francis, G. '26 (3) + Gersten, l. '61 (9) + Giorgianni, N. '56 (2) + Hall, P. '49 (9) + Hubert, B. '53 (2) Luck, D. '52 + Shriver, P. '50 (2) Sickman, H. '3 1 (2) Urschlel', E. Jr. '59 (4)

LAFAYETTE-35 + Alexande r, C. '56 (9) • Baird, D. Jr. '59 (2) + Casey, T. '76 (2) + Corigliano, H. '76 DeSamy, G. '76 Downing, F. '51 Exley, R. '54 (2) Franzinge r. K. '3 6 (2)

+ French, W. '59 (2) + Freney, J. '56 (9) + Harkins, H . '34 (9) + Harnish, H. '31 (3) Helps, W. '25 (9)

+ Hindenach, L. '40 (7) + Humma, E. '29 (2)

Hutchison , S. Jr. '32 Lawler, M. ' 72 Long, J. '30 (2) * Longo, R. '63 (7) + MacGeachic, M. '72 (3) + Mace, J. Jr. '45 (3) + Meyers, E. '66 + Neafie, A. Jr. '29 * Noreika, R. '67 (9) + Phells, K. '78 + Pilgrim, W. '30 (9) + Pritchard , J. '73 (2) + Ruhnke , B. '62 (2) Sigler, A. '53 Smith, H. '51 + Smith, P. '17 (9) + Thaw, E. '74 Townsend, C. '34 (9) + VonderTann, E. '35 (2) Wigginton, W. '53

LEHIGH-49 + Allen, C. '25 (5) Arthur, J . '21 (3) + Barba, C. J r. '27 (9) Baumgartner, C. '67 (2) Bishop, B. '26 Carey, P. '70 (8) + Conchar, B. '41 + Czerny, D. '74 Day, C. '30 (8) + Dixon, W. '56 * Forsyth, H. '32 + Frey, R. '70 (2)

61


Gabriel, R. '51 (4) Gerber, I. '19 (9)

+ Hayes, W. '43 (9) + Hess , T. '37 (2)

Hornbak er, D. '26 (3) + Kirkpatrick, J. '29 (2) + Kurtz, J. '52 (3) + Lentz, R. Jr. '30 (2) Lister, W. '26 (8) Marlow, D. '68 (2) + Manlli, L. '58 (9) + Middleton, D. '42 (3) Miller, G. Jr. '76 (3) + Moodi e, W. .Ir. '47 (2)

+ Nehring,

T , '7.r<,

+ Nelson, H. '74

Nicholas, P. '39 Nutt, W. '36 (2) • Peck, H. '37 (3) + Perna, J . '76 (3) Pitonak, G. '74 (3) * Purdy, R. '28 (9) * Puth, J. '52 (4) + Rabold, F. '39 Ramsay , J. '58 (9) * Red line, J. Jr. '48 (3) Rinaldi , G. Jr. '58 * Roberts, C. '27 (2) + Roberts, J . '26 (2) + Salmond, W. '46 (3) + Sawtelle, G. '40 (3) + Stiver, W. Jr. '72 (2) + Swenson, C. : 50 (3) + Tait, W. .II'. '19 (2) + Tisiker, M. '75 (3) + Walchman, W. Jr. '55 + Ziebold, W. '46 (3)

LOUISVILLE-24 Alt, L. '62 (8) Barnes, M. '76 (3) + Click, S. Jr. '50 Crume, W. Jr. '65 (3) Dctmy, H. '65 Dinsmore. R. '66 + Federa, H . '35 (9) + Franck, C. '55 (2) + Gaddie, G. '49 (9) + Gillespie, T. '53 (3) + Howe, F. '64 (3) + Howe, L. '31 (4) + Jacobs , D. '58 (2) + Krebs, D. '75 + Mitchell, G. '71 + Moeller, R. '46 + Moon, C. '77 Murname, T. Jr. '43 + Neely, R. '71 Studer, J. '71 (2) + Tamplin, P. JI". '66 + VonWicklen, F. '22 (9) + Weber, W. '54 (4) + Williams, R. '67 (2)

MAINE-2 Dunne, T. '78 + Mann, W. '70

MANITOBA-S * Brass, J. '73 + Mcinnes, D. '50 (2) + Moore, A. '35 + Ramsay , R. '72 (2) + Spear, R. '48 (3) MARIETTA-14 + Amrin e, F. Jr. '40 (3) + Bruny, C. '27 (3) Dawes, C. '23 + Deuel, M. '42 (3) Elliott, F. '76 (3) + Forbes, T. '64 (2)

+ Jankura. B. '77

MARYLAND-9 Brosky, R. '77 (2) + Con ley, P. '75 Doetsch, P. '76 (3) + Drogan , R. '72 (2) Fannin, J. 1II '77 (2) + Kirkpatrick, W. '68 OSlllcycr, M. '77 + Pierce, D. '75 + Rendinc, P. '65 McGILL---7 CutTie, G. '33 (3) + E\combe, D. '65 (4) + Gardner, J. '33 (4) + McGill, F. 'IS (8) + Ray, R. '27 (2) Ross, S. ' II (9) * Wood , A. '64 (8)

MIAMI-67 + Barker, H . '50 (9) • Barr, J. '68 (3) + Billick, A. III '76 * Blair, G. '37 (9) + Brickman, R. '41 (2) • Cawse, R. '66 (2) * Con klin , T. '29 (9) + Coulton , R. '54 + Darlin, W. '56 (3) + Dashiell, L. '52 + Davies, R. '50 (3) Dodd, F. '49 (3) * Eagleson, D. '44 (9) Easton, M. '73 (3) + Ehrich, J. '42 (9) * Elder, F. '27 (3) + Fulton, D. '61 Gallagher, R. '34 (2) + Garfinkel, R. '68 (2) Gates, E. '48 (2) Gillham, J. '33 Godfrey, W. '58 (8) + Goldman, M. '16 (5) + Gray, M. '36 (4) + Gurney , W. '53 + Hami lton , D. '51 (9) + Herr, R. '22 (2) * Hogan, J. '48 (2) + Holschuh, J. Sr. '48 (2) Hol,chuh, J . .II". '77 Jon es, N. '64 Josep h, W. '53 (5) * Knauss , N. '53 (9) Lambert, A. '33 Lillie, W. .II". '41 Lu cas, J. '73 Marshall B '62 + Marshall: C: Jr. '66 May, J. '45 (9) McGovern, E. '51 (3) * McNa mara, J. '29 (5) + Miller, W. '26 Moore, H. '21 * Morgan , W. '51 (2) Nies, D. '69 (3) Nopper, J. '33 (2) Orebaugh, L. '24 (8) Paulson , N. '67 (3) Petrich, J. '36 (9) Pryor, R. '37 (3) PUlIS, W. 'II (9) Ranallu, J. '30 (8) + Reebel, A. '27 (9) Reinke, M. '56 + Rogers, J. '57 (6) + Schulz, R. '59 (2) + Sechnick, D. '76 (3) + Shafer, E. '55 + Shane, M. '52 + Sollars, H. '12 (9) • + Sponsler, D. '58 (3) + Stolzenbach, J. Jr. '59 (2) Taylor, M. '36 (2) + Troutwine, D. '40 (3) + Vernon, R. '54 Yormg, C. '55 (2) + Zimmerman, j. '72

Jennings, C. '31 (4)

+ Porter, J. '24 (2) + Rollins , D. '63

• Snediker, L. Jr. '50 (9) Soltesz, J. '65 (2) Strong, C. '6 1 • Suder, G. '44 (2)

MARQUETTE-I Westerheide, T. '72 (2)

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MICHIGAN-77 Adams, A. Jr. '48 + Adams, R. '40 (9) Bates, R. '78 + Berkey, W. '29 * Bolas, G. '36 (2) + Bowman, R. '37 (2) • Brumbaugh, W. Jr. '28 (3) Chalfant, T. '72 (2) + Clark, C. Jr. '39

* Collins, F. Jr. '38 (2) + Cornelius, J. '38 (3) CotTell, C. '63 (10) '" Croxton, M. '23 (9) Cumings, 1::. '49 (2) + Davis, R. Jr. '43 (3) + Eldridge, C. I II '60 (3) + Evans, S. '56 (9) + Garvey, W. '4 1 (2) Gleason, R. '24 + Go ldsmith, D. '56 (2) Grunder, R. '44 Hartwig, M. '68 (2) + Hellwarth, G. '55 Hoad, J . '32 (4) + Hoffman, R. '71 (2) + Hole, W. Jr. '5 1 (2) + Hoyt, H. '26 (3) + Huddleston, B. '76 (2) + Jencks, H. '64 (3) Joachi m , G. '63 (9) Johnson, L. '22 (8) Johnson, P. '76 (3) + Jones , S. '27 (2) * Kaptain, S. '48 (3) • Kemmer, M. '73 (3) + Kircher, R. .fr. '70 Knape, W. '78 Lansdale, D. '38 (3) Lieblein, R. '54 (2) * Lipton, R. '64 (3) + May, R. '38 (3) + McCobb, E. '23 (3) * McCobb, H. '25 (9) + McLouth, P. '21 (3) * Meyer, R. '61 (5) + Monberg, L. Jr. '63 (3) + Moore, C. '29 (9) + Marone, E. '78 Monensen , M. Jr. '35 (9) Netzley,.I . '57 (2) + Nicolau, G. '48 Olsen, C. '72 (2) * Otten, J. III '61 (3) + Owens, P. '31 (2) • Perry, H. '16 (3) Reeves, D. '59 (2) Richey, S. '64 Schoff, J . '22 (9) Sebright, J. '67 (2) + Steen, W. '4 4 Steere, F. Jr. '39 Steyer, R. '74 (2) + Stokes berry , L. '24 + Strickland, H. Jr. '36 Stuan, J. '52 + Suelthaus, K. '66 (9) Tageson, W. '64 (2) + Tapp, K. Jr. '48 (9) Vokac, R. '78 + Wahl, E. '63 (2) Wardle, R. '52 (2) + Warner, D. '28 (2) * Warriner, J. '30 (3) + White, J. '50 (9) Wible, A. Jr. '59 Wilson, W. '38 (9) + Winer, P. '61 (2)

MICHIGAN STATE-30 * Allen, C. '55 (9) Allen, J. Jr. '60 (3) + Bennett, R. '70 (2) Cavell, W. '65 '" Coon, F. '61 * Dean, A. Jr. '60 (3) + Dhue, R. '68 (2) + Fitzgerald, M. JI". '70 * Franzetta, P. '70 (3) + Gross, G. '63 (2) + Harger, D. '62 (3) + Hess, C. '66 + Hoot, B. '65 (2) + Kaufeld, J. '49 (2) Knox , S. .II'. '68 + MacDonald, C. '64 Maccani, L. '56 (3) * McBain, R. '64 (8) McGuire, R. '67 (2) + Moore, B. '60 + Perkins, R. '50 + Riedesel, H. '55 * Schlitt, D. '64 (3) + Smevold, R. '69 (3) + Thompson, R. '67 (9) + Trippel, F. '57 (2) + Wenzel, E. '5 1 + Wilson, J. '62 (3) * Wilson, J. '66 (2) + Wyllie, G. '54 (9)

*

MIDDLEBURY-47 Allen, C. '29 (9) + Bangs, W. '45 • + Bennett, T. '41 (9) + Buffum , F. '33 Burrows, R. '29 Buskey, P. '38 Byington, R. '43 (2) Ca lef, R. '31 (3) Collins, D. '35 (4) Crane, R. '41 (3) Davis, R. '78 DeGroff, R. '25 (2) + Ferrari, E. '34 (7) + Forbush, C. Jr. '49 Fuller, W. '54 (2) Fur-bel', A. '20 Gale, P. '46 + Haines, L. '43 (2) + Hallock, A. '38 Hanbury, R. '73 * Hayward, L. '23 (3) Health, W. '21 Hill, P. '37 (5) + Houghton, W. '52 (2) Jacobi, C. '75 (3) + Jacoby, c. '75 (2) + Kelley, S. II '29 Kelley, W. '29 (9) + Kueb ler, C. ' 17 (3) McKenna, F. '29 (3) * McLeod, J. '26 (9) • McNamee, F. '50 (3) * Noonan, R. '21 (5) Parson, F. Jr. '75 Pierce, A. '30 (3) Ricker, J. '06 (8) Riley, D. '24 (8) Robinson , E. '46 + Sabatino, D. '75 Sakolove, R. '72 (2) * Schuster, C. '73 (2) '" Sincerbox, R. '20 Smotrycz, Z. '77 (2) * Thayer, S. '43 Thompson, D. '77 (2) + Walker, J. '28 (2) Whitton,J. Jr. '51 (2)

MINNESOTA-31 Baker, L. '65 (2) + Barclay, J. '69 (2) * Cary, E. '18 (9) + Christensen, L. '30 (2) + Craig, J. '58 (9) * Crippen, C. '3~ (9) DeBuhr, A. '38 (3) + Dohm ,J. '43 + Else, M. '40 (3) Fredrickson, L. '75 (3) * Goode, D. '22 + Gratton, B. '47 (2) Gurnee, B. '38 (4) + Hamann, J. '59 * Hemme, G. '67 (7) Hunner,J. '3 1 (8) + Lagerlof, S. '36 (9) + Lamb, J. '23 (4) + McDonald, W. '41 (3) + Opdahl, O. '41 (8) Pelton, T . '24 (3) + Ritchie, J. '16 (9) + Rosekrans, D. '5 4 + Smalley, J. '24 (4) * Tormoen, F. '30 (9) + Wegner, W. '51 (2) + Wilke, P. '23 (2) • Wilke, P. Jr. '50 (8) + Willems, E. '49 (9) Williams, R. '41 (3) + Wright, W. '34 (2)

MISSOURI-58 Allemann, G. '69 (4) Ayler , M. '69 + Baker, J. '30 (2) Beimdiek, G. '35 (9) + Bilger, R. '74 Bistline, G. '76 * Briggs, H. '51 (5) Browne, W. '33 (3) -r- Bucknell, R. '33 Chancy, M. '29 (5) + Chrostowski, K. '75 Craven, S. '74 (3) + Deimund , E. '29 (2) + Diemund, E. II '60 + Douglas, W. '69 (3) * Ellis, R. '59 (2)

+ Fanmann,

K. '53 (2) Faucett, .I. '78 George, C. III '72 Gibson, W. '38 (9) * Glasscock, E. '28 (2) * Hodge, W. '25 (9) + Hof, P. '75 (2) Ho ldmeye r, K. '78 + Hugh es, L..J r. '31 (3) + Johnson, E. '74 (2) + Jones, F. Jr. '32 (2) + Keister, R. '61 (2) Ke nnedy, V. '31 + KOlllras, J. '72 + Kyner, L. '73 (2) + Lusk, R. '51 + McDaniel, C. Jr. '35 (2) + Middleton, K. '76 + Moore , B. '63 (7) + Morice, D. '65 * Neff, V. '66 (4) + Ochs, H. Jr. '33 (9) + Potashnick, M. '61 Randall, D. Jr. '69 + Read, O. '33 + Riggs, J. '3~ + Robb, C. '55 (3) Romer , R. '72 (2) Schmidt, R. '30 (8) * Schooley, C. '28 (2) Segall, G. '33 + Symon, B. '26 (2) + Tate, B. Jr. '41 (3) + Taylor, W. '41 (3) + Tennant, F. Jr. '62 (9) Thomas, D. '42 + Vinyard, J. Jr. '42 (9) + Webb, R. '31 (5) + Witt, T. '22 (9)

*

*

. ,% ;~i

~:~f:~: ~

(2)

Yingling, R. Jr. '62 (5)

NEBRASKA-49 + Ackerman, R. '50 + Adams, R. '41 (8) Alexander, L. '36 + Anderson , N. '28 (2) Ashby, C. '39 (2) Becker, D. '27 (2) Bogardus, D. '66 Brantz, G. '76 (3) + Chase, R. '34 + Che ney, T. '36 (3) + Christenson, A. '45 (9) Goodwin, F. Jr. '50 (8) * Gray, H. '34 (9) + Gustafson, R. '66 (3) + Harney, L. '17 (4) + Herries, W. '57 + Hinchcliff, S. '77 (2) + Hirschbach, G. '58 (2) + Hummel, P. '31 (7) + Hunt, R. '41 + Jensen, S. '72 + J ohnson. W . '42 + Johnson, W. '42 (8) * Jones, W. '27 (9) + Krommenhoek, W. '58 (6) + Ma y, E. Jr. '78 Muff, H . '30 (9) Muncy, G. '70 Nelson, E. '16 (3) + O'Bannon, K. '50 (5) Pankonin, L. '37 (2) Pedley, W. '32 (3) * Sage, G. '10 (9) • Schick, L. '29 (9) *Slothow.er,J. '45 (3) + Smidt, D. '59 Smith, H . '65 (9) Sorensen, C. '34 (9) Straka, E. Jr. '53 (9) + Sollivan, J. '49 (2) + Swanson, J . '50 (3) + Swenson, S. Jr. '38 (3) + Thompson, K. '14 (7) * Urbach, H. '33 (3) Valdez, R. '66 Wells, G. '78 * Westcott, R. '53 (2) + Williams, J. '61 Yoder, O. '26 (8) NEW YORK-16 Brown, S. '24 (4) Coon, D. '32 (3) Gaylord, E. '23 (4) + Hjembo, A. '32 + Koski, G. '43 (4)

+ Kossarides, J. Jr. '46 + Lieb, J. '36

+ Martin,

G. Jr. '22 (2) * Mazzei, J. '26 (4) + McKenna, F. '22 + Morph y, W. '28 (2) + Paul, G. '33 Robinson, R. '44 + Schwer, G. '29 + Sherin, G. 'I I (4) + Taussig, W. ' 12 (2)

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NORTH CAROLINA-43 + Akers, R. '64 + Ayres, R. '66 (8) Boudreau, G. Jr. '58 + Brainard , H. '39 (2) + Bullock, M. '72 + Burch, S. Jr. '61 (2) Cochrane, E. '76 Crawford, W. .'76 (3) + Da lton, J. Jr. '59 (2) + Davis, G. '76 + Eddleman, W. '34 (2) + Elig, C. J I". '68 Ely, J. '68 • Gray, J . '65 (3) + Harper-, R. Jr. '64 (2) + Heacock, D. '67 (9) + Hipp, A. '77 (2) Inscoe, J. '62 Jamison, J. '73 + Johnson, E. '55 • Johnson, G. Sr. '27 (2) + Jones, R. '68 (8) Jones , S. Jr. '63 (2) + Killea, W. '71 (2) + Legler, M. '64 (2) * Lowry, R. Jr. '65 (2) * Marshall, J . '29 (2) + Michael, W. '73 + Myrick, D. '65 (8) Packer, J . '78 + Pawlik, H . '54 (3) Peterson, R. '76 (2) + Poston, W. '71 (6) * Pugh , A. '73 (4) + Pymn, J. Jr. '78 Quinn. R. '77 + Ramsay, G. '76 (2) Ruddell, J. Jr. '71 (3) Schumacher, C. '73 (2) Thompson, E. '28 (7) + lValtemyer, R. '75 (3) * Watkins, W. D. '27 (9) Watson, W. '72

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NORTH CAROLINA STATE-2 + Davey, D. '78 Frederick, T. J I'. '78

NORTH DAKOTA-7 Biltner, J. '78 DuBois, F. '77 Gehrke, R. '64 + Harwood , W. '68 Larson, G. '70 Swenson, S. '75 (3) '" Szczys, R. '69 NORTH DAKOTA STATE-5 + Kapadia, S. '70 + Kasprick, IV. '7 1 (8) • Link, J. '7 1 + Qual, A. '73 (2) + Schneider, J. II '70 (2)

NORTHERN ILLINOIS-18 * Alongi, P. '44 (9) Anderson, R. '26 (9) + Dougher·ty, W. '75 (2) Feithen , W. Jr. '75 (3) + Ferensen, M. '67 (3) + Gerber, S. '68 (8) * Gipson, P. '68 (3) Goe\itz, G. '76 Heinz, M. '70 + Janik, J. '75 + King, P. '74 Kudelis , J. '66 Machek, R. '67 Maibach , M. '73 (5) + Moline, K. '74 (3) Singe\mann, J. '64 (3) Thatcher, J. '71 Tracy, S. '77

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·

July, 1979


NORTHERN IOWA-2 + Cory, B. '75 (3) + Whise nand, J. '70 (8)

NORTHWESTERN-62 Akemann, E. '62 (9) Anderson, W. Jr. '53 (4) + Baker, D. '28 (9) + Beaubien, M. Jr. '64 (9) Beggs, R. Jr. '6 1 + Bodine, E. '47 Bodine, P. Jr. '50 (9) Bouschor, C. '29 (2) + Boyd, W. '48 (4) * Bridgford, P. '56 (2) + Calhou n, F.. '22 (9) + Conway, J. '49 (9) + Curtis, A. '27 (9) Davis, J. '65 + Dingwall, D. '34 Dougan, R. '24 (2) + Fish, W. '39 (9) Gray, E. '29 + H ami lton, A. '59 + Hassakis, M. '73 (3) Hazen, S. Jr. '34 + H eid ema n, E. '32 (5) Heizer, E. Jr. '51 (9) * Hueltel, A. III '49 + J amra, A. J r. '44 (3) J amra, J. '38 (9) + J awor , R. '66 (3) + Justa k, R. '46 (3) + Kraebber, J. '58 Kreml , F. '3 1 (3) + Larson, H. '34 Levering, G. '61 (9) + Ludolph, A. '42 (2) Mackey, R. '43 (9) Maso n, R. Jr. '75 (2) + May lahn, D. '40 + McColly, J. '60 (2) + McKe nzie, H. '23 (5) Montgom ery, J. '43 (3) + Moore, J . '67 Maul, K. '74 (3) + Nelson, J . '63 (9) Newman, R. '59 (9) + Papich, S. '36 (3) + Rakow, T. '65 • Reiche, R. '42 (2) Sale, E. '34 (4) + S.'pienza, M. '74 Schneider, R. '68 Scchauscn. H. '30 + Shannon, J . Jr. '49 (8) + Siefert, R. '3 I + Spanjer, R. '49 (9) Sund, R. '73 + Tanner, T. '49 (2) + Thompson, R. '73 + Thorp, H . Jr. '25 (9) + Tomllllson, .I . '25 (6) vanVooren, R. '53 + ViLS, H . Jr. '54 (8) White, R. Jr. '52 + Zin n, F. '37 (9)

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OHlO-5 + MacLea n, J. '76 + Meth eny , M. '78 Paxton, E. '68 Pierson, T. '7 1 Wills,J. '70

OHIO STATE-55 Bates, D. '59 (7) + Beathard, R. '73 (3) + Boyer, R. '42 (9) + Buchsieb, W. '51 (8) Cermak, J. '78 + C hristy, F. '40 (3) • Clark, T. '42 (3) * Clym er, W. '35 (9) + Cooper, W. '63 + Corey, P. '48 (8) Crawford, H. '47 (7) Dahler, M. '75 (2) • + D'Amico, D. '72 (3) Dc Wilt, L. '30 (7) Durflinger, G. ' 15 (3) + Elliott, R. '48 (9) English, E. '22 (9) Ernst, J. '33 (9) Flournoy, J. '72 (3) Griesinger, F. ' 13 (9) + Harper, H. '29 (3) Hathhorn, T. '61 (3)

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Herron, W. '43 + Hollander, K. '58 + Johnson, A. II '42 (2) + Kemerer, W. '73 (3) + Kilby, E. '72 (3) Kohler, E. '50 (2) + Kuppinger, E. '33 (9) + Langhurst, E. '41 (9) + Lewis. R. '76 Lininger, J. '32 (8) + Long, F. Jr. '32 (3) Lurding, C. '59 (8) Maha ffey, W. '58 Mason, R. Jr. '4 1 (2) + Miller, W. '32 (9) Morrison, R. '39 (8) + Myers, J . '38 (9) Parsons, L. '30 (3) * Rees , J. '65 Salt, W. '44 (2) + Schreck, J. '73 (2) Shaw, J. '49 (3) + Sherck, D. '57 Spore, W. '39 (3) SlOne, M. '69 + Taylor, K. '65 + Thomas, O. '26 Tibbetts, K. '29 (8) Townsend, G. '64 (8) * Wagner, J . '45 (9) Walker, W. '54 (3) Werum, J. '42 (3) Wilson, J. '39

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OKLAHOMA-41 + Anderson, V. '67 (2) Brammer, L. Jr. '46 (2) + Brunkow, C. '64 Crews, I. Jr. '45 + Deupree , E. '25 + Eckart, R. JI". '41 (3) Embry, .I. '27 (2) Filip, T. '69 (3) French, R. '75 Given, R. '25 + Glass, W. '59 Hamilton , W. '58 + Hampton, W. '24 (3) • Haymon , G. ' 77 (2) + Hilburn, S. '64 (2) Hobgood, R. '45 (3) + Huchtem an. M. '55 (4) * Hurley, P. '64 (2) + J o hnson, J. Jr. '66 (3) + Kalbfleisch , J. '52 (9) Kenady, P. '66 (5) Lee, T. '75 (3) Massad, P. '60 (9) + Massad, W. '55 (9) McCormick, D. '32 (2) + Monk, J. '68 (3) + Oyler, R. '75 * Patterson, S. '42 (2) + Palterson, T. '63 + Porter, W. '41 (2) Reid , W. Jr. '58 (2) Rickard, O . '65 Robnett , D. '77 (2) * Roper, D. '33 + Rupert, M. '74 (3) + Ruth erford, F. '50 (9) * Sandford , F. '42 (3) Sh."p,J. '63 (4) + Sykes, F. '56 + Tlucek, W. '58 * Walkingstick, B. '52 (9)

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OKLAHOMA STATE-6 + Chambers, S. '7 1 (3) Crews, I. Sr. '60 (4) Crotchett, R. '75 (2) + Puckett, W. '78 Setser, M. '77 Walle r, G. Jr. '60 (2)

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OREGON-28 + Cellars, A. '47 (8) Chambers, R. '52 (3) Cialti, J. '64 (4) + Corbitt, G. '58 (2) + Duncan , L. '45 + Gendron, J. '40 (4) + Goffard, E. '48 + Gregory, D. '53 + Hay wa rd , S. '40 (4) + HillaI', P. '41 (4) + Howard, J. '4 1 + Kirkpatrick, B. '45 (4) + Maltson, T. '63 (9)

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Mecklem, D. '53 Meister, H. III '66 (2) + Morrison, M. '70 * Neuner, J. '62 (2) Norman, M. '67 (2) Potts, K. '31 Prescott, C. '23 Rademacher, A. '32 Seal, W. '49 (4) Smith, G. '37 (8) + Sprouse, J. '3~ (4)

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+ Stewart,

L. '60 (3)

+ Walsh, B. '64 (2) + Weisel, J. '48

+ White, T. Jr. '53 (2) OREGON STATE-35

+ Anderson,

D. '35 (2)

• Bays, T. '42 (4) + Bentley, F. '32 + Butler, G. '21 (9) * Conyers, K. '18 (3) Cummings, J. '31 (9) Darling, N. '42 (9) + Ekern, A. '26 Gay, G. '30 (3) * Granrud, H . '22 (3) Hawley, T. '25 + Hendrickson , D. '51 Hulbert, J . Jr. '44 (9) + Klein , K. '43 (9) + Knutsen, G. '31 (9) Kuluris, B. '54 Lunda, E. '28 (2) Marcus, G. '34 (3) Marley, W. '28 (4) + McMath, C. Jr. '32 (2) + Mellis, R. '46 (2) + Merklin, T. '75 (2) Perl, W. '28 (3) Perry, .I. '22 (2) Powell, R. '44 + Raffety, E. '34 (2) + Reed, .I. '58 (2) + Rosenfeld, E. '42 (3) + Schiewe, E. Jr. '40 (2) + Schmeiser, D. '59 (2) Tinker, E. '65 (3) * Vogland , J. '40 (2) + Wilcox, D. '25 (3) Wilkinson,]. '5 4 Wilson, R. Jr. '46 (2) OSHKOSH-I • Stillman, T. '76 (2)

PACIFIC--I

+ Ransome, J.

'58 (9)

PENNSYLV ANIA-41 Acaster, H. '44 (9) Barbour, G. '42 (3) Bartle, H. Jr. '3~ (4) + Bauman, H. '30 (2) + Biggs, C. III '55 Boswell, W. '22 (2) Boyd , D. '42 Canfield, R. '61 (2) + Coffey, E. '27 (9) Crofoot, J. '28 (3) + Dennant, P. '53 + Derry, J. '5 1 (4) + Duncan , C. '27 (2) + Elseroad, A. Jr. '53 (9) Fox, A. '39 Funk, A. '26 (2) + Gentle, J. '26 Graf, G. Jr. '55 (2) Grim, D. '52 (2) + Harrison, C. '38 (2) + Hoffman, W. '28 (4) Jiuliante, J. '49 (2) Johnson, A. '39 (2) + Johnston , W. '32 (2) + Kennedy , J. '47 (9) Krider , R. '50 (4) Marshall, J. '65 (3) Marx, R. '54 (3) Mayelta, F. '35 (2) + Modelle, B. '49 Quackenbush, R. '55 (3) Samson, F. '2 1 (4) + Samson, R. '28 (3) + Siegel , T. Jr. '57 Snyder, R. '26 (3) + VanSciver, H. '53 + Wajert, J. '53 (3) + Wallace, J. ' 18 (8)

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+ Walthour, J. '19 (2) Wilshusen, H. '7 1 (3) Wright, J. J r. '69

Gard, G. '43 (9) Gimlin, R. '42 (9)

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Freiday, D. '36 Holzwarth, C. '06 (3) + Istvan, D. '53 (4) + Magistro, A. '60 (2) Magralten, W. '54 (3) + Miller, G. '30 Munson, A. '20 (2) Newcomb, D. '18 (2) + Partridge, H. '27 + Rathjen, A. '06 (4) + Rovegno , R. '50 (2)

Hazard, W. '45 (2) + Hegeman, R. '49 (4) + Hendry, W. '44 (2) + Hobbes, W. Jr. '49 Holdeman, R. '37 * Santandrca, S. '56 (3) H os tette r, D. '78 Schreiner, G. '38 (4) + Huff, R. '6 1 + Wilson, D. Jr. '59 (2) + Humphreys, H. '38 (8) + Woods, R. '42 (4) J ones, J. '48 (2) + Keefer, T. '42 (2) + Kirts, J. '6 1 (2) RUTGERS-65 + Knopfmeier, H. '69 (9) + Ades, H. '29 (9) + Kralis , J. '51 (8) Anderson, M. '3 1 (2) + Kroehle, T. '53 (9) Anderson, R. '66 (3) Kuehrmann, O. '57 (2) Bagley, H. '32 (8) LaFortune, R. '5 1 (9) Barlow, R. '50 (4) * Lamp, R. '49 (2) + Beyer, A. '68 (3) + LaRocque, D. '62 Boggs, G. III '42 + Landis, J. '35 (2) Borrello, N. '59 (2) Lawson, W. '50 (9) + Brandes, R. '26 (9) + Lee, B. Jr. '51 + Burton, R. '72 (2) + Letts, E. '67 (9) Campbell, P. '50 (7) Loepker, M. ' 76 (2) Cardell, R. '57 (3) + MacBrid e, E. '34 * Collett, R. '35 (8) + McClain , K. '71 (5) Colsey, W. Jr. '31 (3) McGaugh e y, W. '68 + Curtin, R. '68 (3) + McKirnan, D. '44 (9) Dale y, F. '44 (2) Metz, D. '30 (9) Diamond, A. '74 + Metzger, J. '40 (3) Dickerson, D. '34 (7) + Miller, H. '15 (4) Dunsmore, R . '33 (3) Miller, W. '59 (2) + Gerbig, J. III '69 (2) + Miller, W. '39 (9) + Goldberg, A. '58 (3) + Minich, D. '68 * Golden, G. '74 (5) Moeller, C. '45 + Gold!inger, D. '57 (2) Murray, T. '49 (4) Gordcuk, G. '75 + Nees e, A. '36 (3) + Green, C. '40 * Nemetz, R. '58 (2) Greene, R. '60 (7) Nulting, C. '51 (2) + Groth, E. .II". '48 (4) O'Neil, K. '39 (2) Haberstroh, W. '72 (3) * Oyler,.J. '48 (9) Hewlett, G. '29 (2) + Oyler, R. '39 (9) Hollerieth, C. '68 (7) + Peoples, G. '34 (2) + Huff, C. Jr. '74 + Phend, P. II '71 Krieg , R. Jr. '64 (3) + Popham, R. '40 (9) + Kroll, K. '53 + Pullen, G. '77 Leslie, J. '13 Rabe, A. Jr. '28 Liniak, P. '69 (9) + Rasmussen, D. '46 (9) McCabe, D. '44 (8) Rich, W. '53 (3) + McDowell, A. '34 (9) Richardson , W. '25 (9) + McLare n, G. '75 Richwin e, G. '75 (3) + McBride, H. '60 Roemer, J . '32 (2) Moran , R. '72 (5) Rohrer, J. '22 (3) + Muller, B. '66 (3) + Sandy, R. '26 (7) Mullowne y, T. '57 (3) Schreiber, R. '39 (9) + Naporano, A. Jr. '71 (3) Scott, W. '48 (3) Olds, J. '30 * Seebu"ger, R. '43 (2) + Peck, H. '32 Sheets, R. '53 (2) + Roby, R. '73 (3) + Shumaker, F. '55 (3) Ross, C. '36 (3) + Smelser, C. ' I I + Sahloff, W. '30 (8) Smith, J. '52 (9) + Scamell, V. '42 (2) + Snead, J. JI". '31 (9) + Schoonmaker, E. '20 (2) Stallings, J. '45 (8) + Schreihofcr, A. '59 (5) + Stallings, W. '38 (2) Sivess,]. '75 Stanback, H. '39 (9) Smalley, H. '43 + Steiger, A. Jr. '48 (9) Sperling, W. III '35 (2) + Stoops, R. '64 (2) + Thomas, ~ . '47 (4) Stutsman , R. '53 (3) + Truscott, M. ' 18 (8) Sweeney, J. '64 (4) Tucker, F. '3 1 (9) + Switzer, J . '4 1 (2) + VanKeuren, W. '09 + Theissen, R. '48 + Van Wickie, G. '47 + Todd, M. '63 (5) + Vorhees, A. '26 (9) + Ude ll , J. '74 (3) Wade, D. '60 VanNuys, J. '24 Wenczel, T. '43 + VonGrimmenslein, C. '49 (8) Westcott, W. '34 Wahl , J. '45 (9) + Williamson, R. '34 (9) + Weber , B. III '4\1 (7) + Youpa, R. '55 (2) Wernet, R. '49 (3) + White , C. Jr. '77 (2) + Williams, N. '64 (4) SAN DIEG0-2 Williams, T. '34 (9) Bruce, M. '67 + Fieri, P. '73 (3)

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ROCHESTER-20 Abercrombie, F. '28 (2) + Burns, W. '68 + Cook, W. '49 Ehinger, G. '73 (2) + Elwell, R. '50 (4)

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+ Straub, D. '54 (9)

Swande r , J. '63 (8) + Yates, S. '55 (4)

SIMPSON-IO Birney, J . '32 (2) Buchtel, F. '2 1 Dunbar, K. '69 (8) Foster, H. ' 13 (9) + Hollow ell , R. ' 18 * Howsa re, P. '29 (9) Lilly J. '59 (9) + McGee, R. '20 (9) + Simmons, D. '67 (2) + Stewart, L. '24 (8) SOUTH DAKOTA-2 + Logan, J . '73 (2) Olson , T. '78 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS-2 + Gild e rsleeve, J. '71 (2) + Green, L. '76 ST ANFOR0-36 + Achau e r, B. '63 + Allen , R. '54 (9) + Baxter, K. '71 Cheney, A. '55 + Churchill, O. ' 19 (3) * Coonan , T. '43 (8) + Cutter, D. '51 (9) Dowell , J . '72 + Eanhman, T. ' 75 + Emeis, C. '34 (4) + Faries, J. '55 (8) + Forbes , W. ' 15 (2) + Fulle r, D. '52 * Haehl , H. Jr. '33 • + Harbiso n , S. '65 Honsaker, H. Jr. '59 + Hon sa ke r , W. '54 Hurfo rd , D. '73 + Jones, R. '35 Koni ce k, T. '77 + Man chester, F. '26 (8) McCarty, S. ' 76 (2) + Nelson, M. '59 (8) * Osthaus, F. '27 (9) + Peake, A. '43 + Petrich , H. '44 (4) + Rezzo ni co, L. Jr. '55 + Sechrest, W. '64 + Sincsi o, H . '5 1 + Smith, O . '52 (4) Smith, R. '59 (8) + Verm eil, P. '66 (7) VolI, G. '4 1 (3) + Von Estorff, E. '56 (2) White , G. '33 (8) + Williams, A. '53 SWARTHMORE-23 Arsht, E. '5 1 (9) Clappier, H. '4 4 (3) Co les, C. '21 (8) + DeWitt, F. '46 (4) Gillam C. '20 (9) * Hallow ell , H . Jr. '29 (5) + Jenkin s, A. '0 I (5) + Li oi, F. '77 (2) + McCabe, T. ' 15 (9) McG uire, H . '29 (9) * Mindel, J. '60 + Mon agh a n , J. '13 (4) Murph y, J. '37 (3) + Palmer, S. Jr. '27 (9) Perkins, E. '49 (2) Peterso n , J. '64 (4) Rogers, A. '23 + Sch we rtn er, R. '48 (3) * Sharples, P. ' I 0 (2) + Ta ylor , H . Jr. '27 (9) Thomse n , F. '3 0 (2) + Tomlins o n , W. ' 17 (8) + Youngblood, D. '47 (3) SYRACUSE---53 Balsley, B. '30 Benja min , B. '69 (2) Bluhm , G. '42 (3) Boe heim, J. J1'. '66 + Connolly, J. '3 1 (4)

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TECHNOLOGY-54 + Allen, J. Jr. '64 (3) All e n , L. J1'. '34 (9) * Armstrong, L. '28 (8) + Baker, J. '38 (2) * Beadle, W. '20 (9) Beaman, D. .Ir. '38 (9) + Britton, C. '33 (3) * Ca rlso n , D. '5 4 (2) Ca rl son, K. '77 + Cross, R. '33 (8) Dodge, J. '39 (3) + Edmon ds, G. '26 (9) + Ferry, J. Jr. '39 (4) G ill e tte, R. '36 (3) + Glowienka, J. '71 + Hall, R. '22 (8) Hatch , G. '35 + Huke, M. '65 + Hurst, M. ' 70 (4) + J akobso n, I. '21 (9) * J ou ris, W. '6 1 (9) + Kenyon, M. '58 * Knuds e n, S. '36 (2) + Lammers, L. '35 (4) + Lawson, J. '44 (2) Little, E. ' 18 (4) + Mache n , C. '3 1 (9) Martin , S. Jr. '50 (4) Maurer, D. '78 + McCracken, C. ' 76 Merritt, J. Jr. '32 + Miller, F. II '23 (9) Mitchell, J. '78 Murphy, M. '74 (3) + Myers, J. '41 (9) + Pi erce, D. '5 1 Reed, W. '50 + Re icha rt , H . Jr. '34 (2) + Roac h , J . '65 Roye,·, .I . '56 (3) Savino, J. '78 * Scoville,.J. ' 11 (2) Slack, T. '30 (2) + Stare , D. '62 + Stevens, E. '27 (9) Suchon, M. '76 (2) + Thaye r , C. '32 (5) *Turncr, A. '29 Vogel, F. '2 2 (4) * Wheeler, M. '35

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+ Ga rdeski, J. Jr. '51 (2) + Grant, W. '49 (8) + Ha nle, C. '62 (9) Harvey,

TENNESSEE---3 Freesh , P. '70 + Greer, D. ' 72 (4) + Johnson , S. '77 TEXAS-22 + Baccus, H. '50 (2) + Bobbitt , J . '70 (2) Brewer, W. '70 (4) Cassell, J. J r. '70 (3) + Chariess, W. Jr. '63 Dunlap, J. '73

+ Dunn, T. '70 + Earp, R. '63 (6) Evans, D. '69

+ Flowers, R. '67 + Hooser , C. '67 (2) + Kingsle y, B. '7 1 (2) + Kuhlma n , T. '69 (2) + Mitchell , M. '65 (9) + Nelson. W. '59 + Orr, J. '65 (2) Po ise,', A. Jr . '65 (9) Schwarzer, W. III '78 Villaneal , G. '5 1 (2) + Waters, L. '73 Welge , J. Jr. '73 (3) + Whitehill , J. '74 (2) TORONTO-II Anderson, R . '39 (5) + Blumenauer, G. '70 (2) + Clark, B. '69 (3) + Cooper, C. '69 + Howland, W. '36 (5) * Jackson , B. '50 (3) + Jarmain , E. '3 0 (5) + McCulloch , H. '30 Murphy, H . '5 1 (3) + Rose, J . Jr. '28 (2) + Westawa y, J. '34 (2) TUFTS-23 Ames, H. '36 (8) Avery, F. '31 (7) + Ayer, P. Jr. '67 (4) + Besse, H . '20 (3) Casabian, E. Jr. '64 (3) * Cobb, N. '27 (2) * Cross, R. ' 16 (9) D'Arcy, G. '24 (4) + Ferris, A. '54 + Folsom, R. '38 (3) + Gill, M. '78 * Huntington, P. '13 (2) + Lee, J. Jr. '50 (3) + Mac Robbi e, W. J r. '40 (3) Mas on, S. '34 (2) + Matthews, P. '76 (2) + Ma y, R. '62 (4) McKinney, W. '26 (9) + Morse , D. '42 (9) + Murphy , E. '5 1 (3) Petricca, B. '55 (3) Rand, J. '58 (8) + Taylor, H. '21 (9) TYLER-3 Cook, J. ' 76 Ross , R. ' 77 + Spencer, C. '78 U,C ,L,A,-9 + Carter, E. '32 (9) + Dike, H. '37 * Henkle , T. '50 (5) * Jordan, R . '51 Leiffer, D. '30 + Mancini , A. '49 (4) + O'Neal , R. '34 (8) Raney , J. '35 (2) + Rogers, M. Jr . '33 UNION-26 + Barry, E. '38 (2) Blanchette, R. '69 (3) + Cassidy, E. Jr. '58 + Dagostino, L. '75 + Finegan, T . '33 + Flood, R. '4 7 (2)

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+ H oyt, K. '59 + Hughes, L. '46 (3) J o nes, C. '5 1 (2) Kl ein , D. Jr. '56 (2) * Moulto n , E. Jr. '37 (4) O ls on , C. '36 (9) + Osborg, H. '52 Parisi, F. '55 Putman , T. '52 (9) + Robi nson, T. II '42 (9) Rost, E. III '50 (4) + Roth , H . '30 (2) + Steidle, J . Jr. '40 (2) Triebel, E. '63 (2) + Wi ese, R. '4 4 (9) VIRGINIA-29 + Ashbury , M. Jr. '54 (2) + Cook, W. '22 (2) + De Maria, A. '58 (2) Dricver, S. '69 £hIe, R. '35 Granville, T. '76 (2) + Hard wic k, C. '33 Head, E. '64 + H owel l, W. Jr. '43 (3) + J o nes, G. '32 (2) King , S. '69 (7) Leigh, R. '67 (2) * Mayo, A. '29 (3) + Montagna, A. Jr. '62 (2) Norfleet, J. '5 1 (2) + Norris, T. '5 0 (9) Pe nce, J. '75 (3) * Pollock, O. E. '5 1 (8) • + Ramey, R. '5 1 * Reus ing, W. '62 (8) + Ri ce, B. '57 + Sh elton, G. '38 (5) + Stevens, L. Jr. '43 Straton , F. '55 (8) + Templeton, H . '67 (3) + Terry, M. '43 + Updike, W. '63 (3) Zeigl e r , J. '77 Zeisler, K. '42 (2) WASHINGTON-70 + All sop, J. '65 + Amic k, R. '63 (3) + Ash , E. '36 + Aston, R. '68 (2) + Bail ey, R. '6 1 (3) Bauern feind, B. '70 (5) * Bayless, G. Jr. '49 (9) Beebe, C. '35 (7) + Berger, G. '59 (2) + Bibb, R. '44 (9) * Bonebrake, A. '14 (9) * Bowen, G. '31 (9) • + Brandenburg, R. '55 + Bra tche r , F. '33 (2) + Byles, C. '25 (8) + Carey, C. '26 (2) * Clifton, C. Jr. '3 5 + Cobley, G. '4 1 (3) + Coo k, G. '64 + Corbitt, W. '20 (9) + Cor ey, J. '3 4 (3) + Drumheller, T. Jr. '29 * Fagan, R. '5 2 (3) + Fall, D. '34 (2) * George, T. '63 (2) + Go rto n, M. '7 0 * Hall, G.d" '44 (2) + Ha rris, . '71 + Harri s, R. '49 (9) + H ayton, G. '74 H e nd erso n, S. '64 + Hendric kson, T. '67 *Hill , M.'17(9) * H olden, W. '30 + Hopp e, R. '63 Huffine, C. '2 9 (6) + Hullin ger , T. '74 (2) + lez man , S. '70 + J acro ux, P. '59 (4) + Jalbert, J. '67 + Jon es, S. '73 + Kan eta, K. '59 (9) Koc h, A. '3 2 (9) + Low r y, L. '27 (9) Mars hall , J. '42 (9) * Ma rtin , R. '59 (9) McKay, T. '48 + Meier , R. '73 (6)

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* Robin so n, F. '53 (2) Ro binso n, H . '50 (2) + Rudd , D. '5 1 (4) Sarafinchin, M. '74 (2) Shultis, P. '72 (2) Teasdall, R. '47

WESTERN RESERVE---35 + Angelotta, J. '45 (4) + Baldwin , G. '15 (4) . * Barb, J . Jr. '65 Bayless, W. '33 (3) Be rg, L. '59 + Blair, J. '40 (9) + Bobey, M. '35 (9) + Boehm , W. '42 + Bray, D. '50 * Bricke r, J. '35 (2) + Christm an , l. '3 4 (3) WASHINGTON AND LEE-6 Cookson, C. '5 1 (9) + Auburn, R. '63 (2) Coope r , T. '5 1 (3) H ori ne , G. '28 (9) Doyle, J. III '42 (8) Kelsey, R. '7 0 (2) + Engel, S. '35 (2) Poindexter, E. Sr. '20 (2) Griffiths, C. '40 (9) Richardson , D. '43 Hand yside, J . Jr. '07 (8) + Wade , T. Jr. '23 (9) + Hanis, H . ' 18 (9) + Hollingsworth , D. '39 (4) + Hovore, F. '44 (2) WASHINGTON STATE---26 Howard , W. '75 (2) * Albert, G. '74 (2) + Katzenmeyer, W. '36 (8) Amos, L. '68 Lyon, W. '45 (3) Arveson, C. '23 (3) + Ph illips, E. '28 (8) + Burg, K. '5 0 (9) + Ri es, J. '41 (3) Butherus, H. Jr. '36 (5) * Sisle r , C. '48 (8) + Clifford, B. '46 + Smith, A . J r. '22 + Cunningham , N. '4 7 (3) Tench, W. '39 (2) + Duffy, D. '37 (3) * Thompson , K. '27 (9) * En ders , J. Jr. '39 (9) * Ulrich, M. '34 (9) + Heberlein, G. '25 (2) + Vanld en , B. '64 (2) Hummel, C. '24 (2) Ve ntresca, A. '53 (4) + Hunter, R. '5 0 (4) + Wilm ore, W. '46 (9) • Hyslop, V. Jr. '47 (9) + Ziegler, H. '22 (8) + Johnson, O. '39 (9) + Zito, A. Jr. '64 Judd , T. '7 1 + Kantrowitz , S. '76 (2) WICHITA-5 + Marble, E. '58 (2) + Grauel, T. '62 (8) Marks, P. '76 + Hedd en, K. '66 (7) + McEachran, R. '36 + Hutchinson , E. '43 (9) Morris, H. '24 (9) Isely, C. Jr. '30 (2) + Novotney , T. '74 Loyd , W.'77 Roben, L. '57 • Rousseau , E. '66 Scougale, G. '70 (8) WILLIAMS-IO + Stud Ie , G. '57 (8) + Bohne t, J. '38 (3) Therrien, M. '76 + Brown, L. '3 1 (2) Clarke, D. '30 (3) + Ellis, A. Jr. '36 (2) WESLEYAN-2 Geps on, J. '65 (4) + Bridges, P. '37 (5) + Morton , R. '34 + Bucknell, R. '51 + Norton, W. '39 (2) + Pilgrim , J. '60 Rowland , R. '33 (7) WESTERN ILLINOIS-2 Tyle r, D. '4 1 (7) + Bruegger, B. '7 5 (2) + Bucher, J. '76 (2)

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WESTERN MICHIGAN-I8 * Auer, A. '64 * Bmler, W. '61 (6) * Ca mpbell, .I. '62 Forrest, J . '73 (2) + Gebhardt, W. Jr . '61 (6) * Hageman, F. '58 + Hal e, G. '52 (9) + Ha"d e n , G. '60 (9) Kanemori, D. '66 (9) * Levitan, R. '63 (2) + Mall och, J . '60 + Marcinkoske, G. '60 (2) + Moore, J. Jr. '65 (4) Peebles, D. '63 (2) + Row linson , J. '72 (2) + Smith , T . '69 + Suc hevits, T . Jr. '66 (2) Wirgau, E Jr. '62 (9) WESTERN ONTARIO-IS + Ballantyne, H. '4 7 (4) • Blackburn, W. '36 (4) + Caldwell, G. '52 (2) + Cluff, J. '74 (2) * Decker, D. '5 1 (5) + Ford, G. '31 (4) + Fraser, W. '34 (2) * Hriv nak , T. '74 (2)

WILMINGTON-2 Munroe, J. III '71 + Wull e nwabe r , F. '77 WISCONSIN-S5 + Adler, R . '46 (4) + Allen, C. '65 (2) + Aring, C. J1'. '48 (7) + Bec ker, W. '69 + Bicnemann , W. '49 + Bills, H . J1'. '57 + Blac k, R. '24 (9) Buboltz, T . '57 (3) Busse, R. '66 (2) Byrns, J. '38 (9) + Combacker, H. '23 (2) Compton, D. '2 1 (9) Dave npo rt , J . '40 Desnoye r s, P. ' 16 (8) + Die b old , M. '25 (3) * Dougla s, J. '39 (9) + Edgerto n , S. '40 (2) + Emm ert , L. '27 + Farl e y, S. '53 (2) Fish, G. '58 + Fohr, D. '73 + Folsom, H . '30 (3) + Foreste r , J. '33 (2) + Forester, R. '3 1 (9) Frawley, S. '25 (5)

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+ Holland, J.

Fulscher, M. '65

+ Godfrey , D. '49 + Goeb, P. '39 + Grede, W. ' 19

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+ Guenther, V. '25 (3) + Habighorst, D. '65 (9) + Herro, C. '43 (9) Hill, R. '55 (2) Hoebel, L. '33 + Hoffman, D. '65 (2)

'71 (2) Howard, R. '40 (2)

+ Hunncr, R. '51 (4) + Iskowich, C. '67 + Jacobus, C. '5 0 (2)

+ Ma y, C. '48 (2) + McGehee, J. ' 38 + Mead , J. '61 (2)

Perronnc, B. '65 (9)

+ Miller,

S. '70 Morris, C. '22 (3)

*+ Jacobus, R. '5 1 (8) Johnson, D. '50 (4)

*

Johnson, R. '71 + Kahler, J. '69 Koehn, R. '64

*+ Paape, Nelson, C. '27 (9) D. '53 (2)

-I' Morton, D. '51 (2) Murphy, F. '31 (2)

+ Murphy, W. '28 (3)

Peterson, D. '50 (2) Puis, C. '35 (3) Rasmussen, R. '70 (2) * Ridolfi, R. '70 (2) + Ryan, R. '22 Schmitz, G. '25 Schmitz, R. '19 + Seator, D. ' 29 (8) Sippi, J. Jr. '70

+ Sirotkin , G. '41 (3) + Smart, T. '76 (3)

* Solomon,

E. '3 1 (2) + Spindler, J. '43 (2) + Spohn, J. '51 (2) + Stavrum, S. '39 (3) + Stone, S. '43 + Stouthamer, T. '5 0 (2) * Stowe, P. '28 (3) Thompson, R. '67 (2)

Trachsel, W. '59 (8)

+ Traisman, S. '69 (2) + Trowbridge, J. '34 (2) Ullrich, J. '37 (9) + Voss, J. '72 (3) + Walcisak, R. '74 (2) Weber, A. Jr. '77 (2) Weinke, D. '59 (9)

+ Wiese, W. '75 (2) + Yankow, R. '66 (2)

And there are more names of the loyal DU alumni who gave to the Alumni Support Annual Giving Program between April 10 and the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 1979. If you are in this group, your name will be listed in the October Quarterly.

Our first member of the 1979-'80 Century Club has joined . Charter member number one this year is :

1. Louis N. DeWitt, Ohio State '30 Will you be number two?

Members of the new Delta Upsilon President's Century Club for 1979路'80 will receive this solid walnut exclusive memo box created for Century Club members. The 5" x 7" size and ceramic tile top makes this a handsome addition to any desk.

Mail to: O. Edward Pollock, President; Delta Upsilon Fraternity, Office of the President, Post Office Box 40108, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240.

Dear Brother Pollock: Yes, please add my name to the distinguished and growing Century Club Roster. My check for $100 is enclosed. Century Club members receive the Conversations with the President Newsletter, the Graduate Report, gold embossed membership card, invitations to special DU events, in addition to the walnut memo box. chapter and year

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Ghapter "Activities GReview o}~

Alberta Alan J. Whyte, President 11020 - 86th Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T6G OW9 No report received.

We're renovating our house and have begun an "Accounts Receivable Incentive Plan." Our chapter set a fund-raising record for the American Cancer Society with our Halloween Haunted House, and we came in second in our bidding of 12 ple dges . ALUMNI EVENT: Softball & Picnic,July 8, 1979 Initiates: Doug Arrington, David Casity, Ron Graybill , Wes Thompkins, David Bristol, Scott Cheves, Mario Olivelli, Doug Chandler, David Leinweber, Don Appleton.

ALUMNI EVENT: 30th Anniversary, November 17, 1979, at the chapter house. Initiates: Jeff T. Stubbs, Jeff Jones , Dave Rhodes, Robert Apelt, Jon Wood, Robert Boron, Paul Ekey, Dave Hiatt, Gary Louderbach, Bob Bonner, Douglas Coen, Alex Molnar, Greg Henry, Craig Brass.

Baylor

Arkansas - The chapter's quartet won the allGreek talent show.

Arkansas Randy J. Strickland, President 10 North Garland Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 Our good news is that we now own our chapter house instead of leasing it, and we purchased new dining room furniture . Our chapter sponsored the Singphony, an annual competitive event with the proceeds going to charity; also, we're intramural volleyball champions. We've launched an alumni newsletter program and we' re enthusiastic about this venture. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Fall '79. Initiates : Chris Andersen, Scott Davis, Jack Hancock, Jeff Carlson, Charles Denson, Don Griffin, Greg Heil, Oscar Hernandez, Russell Holland, Louis Lachowsky, Vance Mitchell, Steve Pitcairn, David Robinson, Doug Steinsiek, John Waters, Mark Ruple, Keith Satterfield.

Arlington Donald R. Dyer, President 719 West Abram Arlington, Texas 76013 This year marks our 10th anniversary.

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Mark A. Rossman, President Box 102, Union Building Waco, Texas 76703 In maintaining community and university relations, we have worked for the university on weekends, moving furniture from warehouses into buildings on campus. Weekly, as part of the pledge service program, we clean Waco Creek, and a newspaper photo showed our pledges making "their way up a creek with brooms instead of paddles." Also, we're already making plans for our second annual Muscular Dystrophy Football Marathon. Our first alumni event was held on April 15, 1979, the beginning of what we hope will be a very successful alumni program. ALUMNI EVENT: To be announced. Initiates: Jim Blackburn, David Bolen, Greg Fitzgerald, Jim Harvard, David Haywood, Britt Hollingsworth, Ewing King, Jon Kramer, Brett Mayer, Dick Mullinax, Darryl Nelson, Mitch Newton, David Pearson, Scott' Sinclair, Chuck Stanley.

Bowling Green Charles S. Collinge, President Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 We initiated 14 of our fall pledges, higher than the campus average, and have four new pledges, so that our chapter continues to grow. The Delta Upsilon Bike Race, a campus tradition, is sponsored by us and attended by the Greeks and inde pendents as well. We're also active, enthusiastic participants in the intramural program.

Baylor - Pledges paddle their way up the street with brooms.

Bradley Coleman Black, President 1318 West Fredonia Peoria, Illinois 61606 The Bradley Chapter proudly boasts a 2.81 out of a 4.0 gradepoint average, ranking second out of 16 fraternities, and first among the 14 social fraternities. We are number one in IFC sports. Our pledge class of lOis the largest second semester pledge class in the chapter's history, and we are the largest house on campus in terms of members. We tied in first place in the Greek Week competition, and our skit was given the second perfect score ever recorded for this part of the competition. This year also marked the beginning of a new annual alumni event, our golf tournament that was held on May 5, 1979.

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Carnegie Franklin Smoot, President 5031 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 Our 21 singers, who had been practicing since January, won a trophy for second place in the Greek Sing competition. We worked hard on the Easter Hop-a-thon along with Kappa Kappa Gamma to raise money for CARE. The chapter also pitched in to make the Spring Carnival a successful and enjoyable event for everyone. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 12-14,1979. Bradley - The chapter members participated in the chariot race during Greek Week .

ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Weekend, at the chapter house and the Peppermill Restaurant, September 28-30, 1979.

Bucknell Thomas J. Walsh, President Bucknell University Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 This year our Demie Play raised $880 in two nights for the March of Dimes, ~nd we raised over .$ 100 for charity at our Winter Carnival booth. Of the 14 fraternities , ours had the highest grade point average, and our pledging of 35 men topped all of the other fraternities. Also, we remodeled our barroom with money donated by our parents. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 27,1979.

California

Central Missouri Ernest M. Painter, President Diemer Hall 310R Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 Our second annual alumni banquet was held at the CMSU Union in January , and in spite of the inclement weather several alumni were able to attend. "A most enjoyable time" sums up this year's spring formal held at the Lake of the Ozarks, an event which also included the Annual Awards Banquet. On the weekend of March 30 and 31, we sponsored our Ninth Annual Softball Tournament with 32 teams from the Warrensburg area participating. We entered our own "A" team and also a "B" team which was made up of alumni. The proceeds were placed in the Tom White Memorial Fund, a scholarship for a freshman who is planning to major in music . ALUMNI EVENT: Annual 4th of July picnic, place to be announced, July 7, 1979. Initiates: Daryl Brown, Mike Butcher, Gary Frank, Terry McGinley, Jeff Oliver, Ron Pike, Mike Saunders, Jim Schnaible.

Matthew A. Burke, President 2425 Warring Street Berkeley, California 94704 We are working to better our community and university relationships, and holding the Regional Leadership Seminar was helpful to our members. Two other highlights were the alumni/family fund-raiser on April 29 and our championship standing in the soccer tournament. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming football game, DU house, October 27, 1979, 10 a.m. Initiates: Paul Albares, Kyle Bach, Doug Boring, Matt Bryant, Jack Denault, Jeff Harrigan, George Hollister, Jim Irwin, Pat Kerwin, Mike LemMon, Will Maushardt, Pete Shellworth, Al Simons, Jeff Starr, Niall Vignoles , Mick Luckhurst.

Richard M. Goldstein, President 5714 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 We were especially honored to have Chicago's new president, Hanna Gray , as a dinner guest, and earlier in the year the dean of students came to dinner. A number of our members are seniors, and we expect to pledge eight new men, a goodly number for us . Our chapter wants to express our gratitude for the alumni support we have received in our fund-raising drive, as our continuing excellence in a large part is due to them and our corporate officers. ALUMNI EVENT: Tentatively the Interfraternity Sing, May 1980.

Carnegie - Leadership Consultant Scott Hahner f)hotographed the chapter house during his visit.

Todd A. Richards, President 30 Elm Street Potsdam, New York 13676 Our chapter raised $400 in our 6th Annual Charity Hockey Game, took first place in the men's ice statue competition, and had a successful party with alumni and another fraternity. Five of our brothers have been elected to positions on the College Union Board, and one is serving as vice president. Pledges: Jeffery Amell, Robert Bent, Michael Donovan, James Ellis , Mark Ferrer, James Harvey, Matthew Hull, Paul

Colby Robert W. Bower, Jr., President Colby College Waterville, Maine 04901 Our charity work included the Muscular Dystrophy Drive, UNICEF, and the Blood Drive. We've made house improvements, mostly general repairs and painting. Our chapter rates "attitude change" as our major accomplishment of this school year. We're beginning to reap the benefits of working with international headquarters, building an alumni organization, and starting an alumni newsletter. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming & Party, tentatively October 27, 1979. Initiates: David Allaire, Jonathan Boole, Eric Leith, David Mitchell, John Mscisz, Robert Ruzzo, Richard Schaub, Theodore Taylor, Elwin Thibault, James Violette.

Colgate Gordon T. Macomber, President Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346 A very successful rush this fall with a pledge class of 22 keeps our chapter one of the strongest on fraternity row. We've purchased new dining room chairs, desks and bureaus for the bedrooms. Our house policy is one of continuing renovation and upkeep, and we warmly thank our alumni for their devoted support and hope to see a big turnout at Homecoming '791 ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming and Party after Game plus Buffet, 4:00 p .m. at chapter house, September 22, 1979.

Chicago

Clarkson

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Colorado - The newest members of the chapter j)ose after their initiation ceremony .

Colorado Jeffrey D. Nichols, President 1012 University Avenue Boulder, Colorado 80302 We've reestablished our alumni corporation and wish to thank those alumni who helped us paint the exterior of the house. We 've greatly improved our academic standing on campus, a major goal, and developed a strong rush program which netted us nine pledges. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming '79, Colorado vs. Missouri, festivities at the house on October 20, 1979. Initiates: Sid Barteau, D. J. Beach, Brad Blackwell, Ron Crapp, Tom Ireland, Dalva Moellenberg, Dave Sollo, Scot Yezek, Dave Youngblood, and Vern Zurick.

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Cornell John M. Jameson, President 6 South Avenue Ithaca, New York 14850 The dedication of our chapter house to Broth er Bert Antell, who was always a special friend to the Cornell Chapter, mad e this year a special one. Also we hosted the Regional Leadership Seminar for Provinces I , 2 and 3, and our hard work paid off with a well-run and rewarding seminar. Two facult y-stud ent gatherings were held , a nd we sponsored a charity raffle for the Big Red Barn. Notable too was o ur grade point average of 3.06. ALUMNI EVE NT: Homecoming, October 16, 1979.

members hav e developed a better sense of brotherhood. ALUMNI EVE NT: Hom ecom ing, October 21, 1979, at chapter house. Initiates : Dave Beer, Mark Burgh, Matt Creede, Randy Dolan, Brian Gorman,John McElvenny, Rich Muth, Rob Young.

Denison Peter Massey, President Slayter Hall, Box #1115 Granville, Ohio 43023 Our pledge class numbers 40 men ; and we attribute our successful rush to hard work and a strong program. This year we've concentrated on major hous e improvements, which were possible through a loan by th e university. One of our projects noll' is to get new furniture for the li ving area. Also, we're co ncentrating on strengthening the chapter administration and leadership. ALUMNI E VENT: Hom ecomi ng, October 19, 1979.

h elp our expectations becom e a rea lity. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 20, 1979. Initiates : Greg Arrowood, Kerry Fannin, Paul Heil, Ray Williams.

Florida Gregory F. Reis, President 1814 West University Avenue Gainesville, Florida 32603 On February 3 we initiated 19 men into the Fraternity. We are especially proud of our service projects during the past school year which have included sponsoring the Gator Invitati ona l Debate Tournament, distributing Heart 'F und certificates, and conducting a Work Park at th e Sunland Center for the Mentally Retarded. We participated in the Gainesville Sun Run , and donated a fratern ity record of 65 pints of blood during the Civitan Region al Blood Drive. ALUMNI EVENT: Hom ecom ingFounders' Day, October 28, 1979, at the ch a pter house.

Fresno Creighton - The chapter's spring pledge class poses for the photographer.

Creighton Gregory K. Dedinsky, President Swanson Hall, Room 536R 2500 Cass Omaha, Nebraska 68178 We celebrated our 10th anniversary with a formal dance on April 21. This year we began a scholarship fund an d raised o ur grade point average. We visited the loca l hospital at Easter time and passed out Easter eggs; we also worked for the Muscular Dystrophy drive. Our chapter house was rewi red, making it safer for the brothers. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day, November 4, 1979. Initiates: Bradley Werth, Richard Dutton , Michael Brunner, Thom as Carlson, Lawrence Goldstein.

Dayton John M. MikIavcic, President 108 Woodland Dayton, Ohio 45409 We h ave a new basement floor which was a needed improvement. Our rushing program went well, and necessari ly so, since a number of our memb ers were seniors. We sponsored the movi e, "Sat urday Night Fever," on campus as a fund-raising proj ect. ALUMNI EVENT: 15th Anniversary, October 13 , 1979.

Delaware Douglas P. McPhee, President 400 Wollaston Avenue, Apt. A-3 Newark, Delaware 19711 We contrib uted to the United Way drive with a wiffleball marath on and also parti cipated in the Miller can recycling drive. We're working for a better relationship with the IFC, and along with this project o ur

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DePauw - Chapter members hold a get-acquainted bm路becue.

DePauw Charles W. Corkum, President 626 Seminary Street Greencastle, Indiana 46135 The men in the house spent the entire winter working to restore the house, the physical plant, to a livabl e, comfo rtabl e place. Our enthusiasm is evid ence of our ongoing pride in the reorgani za tion of our chapter. Of course, we have put strong emphasis on rush, and one of ou r priorities last spring was to d evelop a strong rush program. Doug Evans and Jud e Piotrowski are doing a great job as co-rush chair men . In March we initi ate d five men who are already holding responsible officer positions. All of us feel confident and are loo king forward to a good rush this fall. Our aim is to restore th e good name of Delta Upsilon on this campus. ALUMNI EVENT: To be announced. Initiates: Jim Dees, Craig Graham, Kurt Hamlen, Dave Lippie, Jude Piotrowski.

Eastern Kentucky Michael Ditchen, President Box 223, Todd Hall Richmond, Kentucky 40475 The fraternity row concept for housing is finally being looked into by th e university in a serious manner. With this good news to boost our spirits, we - both undergraduates and alumni -are working to in sure that DU is one of the first houses on the row. A housing corporation has been formed to

R. Glenn Yabuno, President 5210 North 3rd Street Fresno, California 93710 One of our goals for the school year was the developm ent of a better campus image and our efforts have paid off, we're pleased to note. The alumni corporation has become more active and are helping us to strengthen the administration of our chapte r. We worked on house renovations , too. Initiates: Kevin Maekawa , Rod Kimbrough, Raph e ll Taylor, Jon Waters, Duaine Culpepper, Mike Peterson, Larry Bonham.

Georgia Tech James T. Grosch, President 154 Fifth Street, Northwest Atlanta, Georgia 30313 We hav e a great alumni turnout for Senior Day. We are number one among fraternities on campus in scholarship, and are working to put ourselves at the top ca mpus-wid e. At the time of this writing, I ca n only pred ict that we will be a four-time winner in the Miller Reclamatio n Drive. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming, featuring a dance at the chapter house, date and time to be announced.

Hamilton Steven M. Adolfi, President Hamilton College Clinton, New York 13323 Through a continuing alumni fund drive o ur house is being renovated and really looks great. The newly established pride in our house has made a more cohesive bond between th e members, and our thanks goes to alumni Bre nt Orcutt, Roger Woods and Bob Bankert. Our chapter has become more involved in campus activities. We sponsored a speaker in the chapel, a movie, and worked hard for the success of the IFC sponsored semi-formal dance in the spring. Our "S teward of the Century," Peter Aquaviva, has truly been an inspiration and has helped

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to keep the brothers smiling with full stomachs. Also, we have an outstanding pledge class of 20 men. ALUMNI EVENT : Alumni weekend, tentatively for September or October.

Hamilton - The chapter house was photographed by Scott Hahner, Leadenhip Consultant, during his visit.

ALUMNI EVENT: Football Homecoming, October 20 , 1979.

Initiates: Matt Friedeman, Steve Smith , Scott Somes, Paul Spencer.

Iowa Thomas L. Perkins, President 320 Ellis Avenue Iowa City, Iowa 52240 We had an especially successful Mothers' Weekend in April with over 100 people in attendance. Next fall our house will be filled to capacity for the first time in many years, thanks to great rushing results over the past school year. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 20, 1979. Initiates: Steve Sitz, Tim Steele , Jim Anderson, Steve Fahrenkrog, Ken Bell, Curt McMillen, Charles Best, Kent Rathermel, John Czarnecki, Brett Linkletter, Tom Christensen , Paul Johnson, Pat Johnson, Bill Courtney.

Kansas State Bradley K. Wolf, President 1425 University Drive Manhattan, Kansas 66502 We recently completed a fund-raising project for a scholarship called the Harry Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of a deceased neighbor. Our pledge class ranked second in grade point average out of 26 fraterniti es on campus; the members placed third. Brother Bernard Franklin '73, a member of the Kansas State Board of Regents, gave the initiation charge for 18 new members of our chapter. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Founders' Day, October 13 , 1979.

Houston Tim Hartnett, President Campus Activities Center, Box 109 4800 Calhoun University of Houston Houston, Texas 77004 We especially enjoyed hosting the Regional Leadership Seminar. Our 6th annual Spring Formal with a dinner and dance was on April 21. We also sponsored our 3rd Annual Pillow Fight for charity. Again in the spring we held our alumni/undergraduate softball game . ALUMNI EVENT: Rush Party, July 21, 1979; Founders' Day Dinner tentatively set for a date in November. Initiates: Chris Trovas, Paul Picard, Jeff Trowbridge, Fred Sortino, Paul Clewis, David Jennings.

Illinois Steven B. Griffin, President 312 East Armory Avenue Champaign, Illinois 61820 We were especially outstanding in intramural competition in soccer and volleyball. Our football giveaway for Cerebral Palsy raised $1500, and our spring rush, thanks to good planning, brought us good high quality men. Scholastically, we're one of the highest on campus. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Weekend, October 5-7, 1979. Initiates: Bob McKirgan, Tim O'Donnell, Mark Brozio, James Seiler, John Locallo, Tim Satterfield, Tod Kurland, David Howe, John Strohm, Pat Catt, Brian Tompoles.

Iowa State G. Thomas Sullivan, President 117 Ash Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 The fourth floor living area has been remodeled. We had an excellent service project with Alpha Gamma Delta and the DUs working together to clean up the downtown business district. We are also seeing the results of our efforts to change the attitude of our brothers who don't live in the house, and they're participating more in our programs. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Iowa State vs. Kansas, October 20, 1979. Initiates: Mike Amend, Scott Barton, Jim Bruene, Keith Bruening, Jeff Harmeyer, David Howell, BrianJessen, Tom Knapton, Nick Kramer, Kevin Krone, Ken Mally, Tom Monachino, Bob Moore, Doug Perrenoud, Brooks Price, Brian Randall, Kelly Roeschke, Tom Vecchio.

Johns Hopkins Steven Shapiro, President 4220 North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218 Number one on our list of priorities has been an all-out program to build a different image of our chapter in the neighborhood and community. We're taking a bigger role in the IFC, have made house improvements, and are working toward better alumni relations. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day, December 1979.

Lehigh James J. Mahlbacher, President Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 We bought new rugs and furniture for the house, worked on improving our 'academic standing and were especially proud of the intramural team and our vast improvement in. this area. ALUMNI EVENT: Cocktails and dinner after Lafayette football game, November 18 , 1979, at the chapter house.

Louisiana State

Indiana

Kansas

David P. Doust, President 1200 East Third Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401 We added 31 new men to our brotherhood through a successful year-round rush program. Our house is among the finest on campus, and we anticipate a 75-man house this fall. A Wrangler Scholarship Foundation has been established to reward continuous scholastic performance. Our philanthropic project consisted of a blood drive contest between fraternities and sororities, and we helped the Red Cross Blood Drive surpass its goals .

Arnold R. Baum, President 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044 Bryan LaGree is the IFC secretary, and several of our members belong to campus honorary societies. We participated in the Rock Chalk Revue, winning three of the six possible awards, which were for best technical staging, best lead actor and best production number. Our basketball team won the Fraternity and Hill championships. ALUMNI EVENT: D.U. Day - 50th Anniversary and Dedication of Lloyd Houston Memorial Library addition, October 1979.

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Lafayette Donald Alabaster, President Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 Our academic ranking took a turn for the better as we moved from 13th to 3rd. House improvements continue, including roof and gutter work. Our popular social calendar was highlighted by a mid-winter beach party and our second annual Dads' Weekend. Brother Tom Daniels is the Rugby Club president, ' and nearly half the brotherhood has become involved in rugby. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming and Initiation, October 1979.

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Michael D. Brignac, President Post Office Box 17121 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70893 Of course, our major accomplishment was our installation! We invited several area high school seniors to Senior Weekend to introduce them to LSU and DU. We conducted an orientation session, had a picnic and dance. We also sponsored an afternoon party at Blundon Home, an orphanage ... the brothers played ball with the kids; we had hot dogs and refreshments. Right now, we're actively searching for a chapter house to move into before this fall's formal rush. Initiates : 57 members at our installation as a chapter in February.

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Louisville Rick L. Sneed, President Belknap Campus University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40208 At the time of this writing, we are leading campus fraternities in the "Most Outstanding Fraternity Award" competition for 1978-79. Our major house improvements included furnishings for the living room and the building of a new chapter room. This year has been geared toward the celebration of our 30th Anniversary on April21 and 22 with the return of our alumni to share this occasion. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Rush Party, August 11 , 1979 at chapter house.

ties with the college administration. The house is being redecorated and refurnished. Initiates: Lyndon Borror, Bob Ingersoll, Keith Inness, Dave Martin , Max Loudenslagel, Jim Morris, Mark Newman, Scott O'Day, Andy Peabody, John Walters, Dick Wilson.

Minnesota

Maryland - Visiting the campus, Leadership Consultant Scott Hahner photographed the chapter house.

Maryland

Maine - Chapter members display a newly won trophy.

Maine Kellon V. Thames, President 130 College Avenue Orono, Maine 04473 We were the Maine intramural champions in lacrosse , won the chess championship and took first place in the campus debating contest. Our best social event was the 3rd annual Delta Upsilon Shipwreck Extravaganza. ALUMNI EVENT: Summer Reunion, tentative date of July 28, at the chapter house.

Manitoba Garth H. Smorang, President 112 Wilmot Place Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2Kl This year our chapter underwent a change of appearance, inside and out, and we owe a great big huge "thank you" to all the alumni who donated money and/or furniture for our house renovation . Our football team came in third overall; our hockey team put on a good show, as did our Tugof-War team for the across-the-river-event. Initiates: Brian Brown, Victor Danyliuk, Ted Danyluk, Dave Deally, Dave Fahlgren, Stuart Gilson, Walter Kirk, Robert Milani, Chris Myschuk, John Said at, Peter Speers, Bart Vogel, William Wallace, Randy Williams.

Marietta Craig F. Klein, President 223 Fourth Street Marietta, Ohio 45750 We're number one academically among the houses on the campus for the second time in a row, and we've established strong

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Middlebury Richard J. Lowe, President 136 South Main Street Middlebury, Vermont 05753 Brother Sam Carleton was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and many others made the Dean's List. Also, we're proud of our varsity lettermen and outstanding players in football, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, basketball and baseball. We actively participated in the Student Forum and sponsored the Roadrace for Charity in May. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 13, 1979.

John B. Hallen, President 6 Fraternity Row College Park, Maryland 20740 On April 14 and 15 we sponsored the 2nd Annual Eastern Shore Bluegrass Festival held in Queen Anne's County. Our purpose was to raise funds for our chapter house with a gross in excess of $10,000. Our chapter also performed strongly in all sports . Initiates: Paul Billig, John Creamer, Frank Fowler, Steve DePalo, Jim DeRosa, Terry Henderson, Pat Kluck, Robert Leadbeater, Slade McCalip,Joe Oxley, Mike Oxley, Jim Sandlas, Dan Santin.

Miami Mark F. Abbey, President 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 45056 Our winter rush brought us 27 pledges, and we have established a Membership Development Board, which includes non executive members, with the purpose of increasing our involvement in Greek and campus-wide activities. We've got our newsletter on a regular schedule now. We have new furniture, and the house will be painted this summer; also the roof was repaired, and we've acquired an annex so brothers who can't be fit into the house can still be together. We sponsored a Tug-OWar to raise funds for the American Diabetes Association. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Miami vs. Ohio U ., October 12-14, 1979.

Michigan John A. Syverson, President 1331 Hill Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 A major project is the renovation of our chapter house. Because of its age, it needs continuing attention, and we do have a better looking annex and have paid off the mortgage, one of our top priority goals. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, date to be announced.

Ramon Peleaux, President 1112 Sixth Street, Southeast Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414 We refurbished our bar and basement area and have revamped our finances with quarterly rent payments. We placed well in intramural events and have attempted to maintain a busy and varied social calendar, one to please everyone. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming 1979 at chapter house on September 29. Initiates: Rob Morin, Dave Nies , Paul Gerver, Joel Shoemaker, Paul Kratoska, Ken Almquist.

Missouri Charles C. Hatley, Jr., President 711 Maryland Avenue Columbia, Missouri 65201 This year we had the largest pledge class on campus, a whopping 40 men, with 31 being initiated in March. One hundred and four of us live in the house and annexes . Also we celebrated our 30th annual DU Campustowne Races, always a successful event with all the fraternities and sororities participating. Our $10,000 library is finished and is being put to good use. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 27,1979.

Nebraska Robert D. Morgan, President 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 Brother Bob Moodie made our fifth "Innocent" - a scholarship honor - in a row . We won the Coors Recycling Contest for the second time in two semesters and had a Car Bash to raise money for the All-University Fund. Three brothers are in student government, and one is the vice president of the student body. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1979 Initiates: Rod Carstensen, Richard Jobes, Rock Keehn, Dave Levos, Charles Olsen, Dave Russell, Robert Shively, Kyle Stiegert, Charles Warner, Scott Werner.

North Carolina Gregory K. Shell, President 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 This year we raised $600 for the 1978 American Cancer Society through our DU Beat State Extravaganza. We placed first in

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the campus intra murals among the fraternities. Our specia l goal for the year was to raise our scholarship rating so that now we rank 12th out of 30 fraternities, and we expect to keep raising our GPA. ALUMNI EVENT: Brunch before football game, North Caro lina vs. Cincinnati, October 6, 1979.

nual Alumni Dinner was held at the Student Center. Our house is filled to capacity, and we a lso rent an apartment annex for 24 men which helps to keep the brothers together. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual Summer Pig Roast at the chapter house, date and time to be announced .

North Carolina State Douglas E. Williams, President #3 Maiden Lane Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 We had the largest pledge class on cam pus (15), and acquired a second house for next year. Our pledge class was first in academics among fraternities. We have worked to improve our intramural program and alumni relations through newsletters and social events. Initiates : Mike Craig, john Hoffman, Milton jessup, George Leloudis, Harry Lucas, Mike Murphy, Brad Pack.

North Dakota Montgomery P . Blaisdell, President 505 Princeton Avenue Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201 For the 43rd consecutive semester, we held the high est scholastic average on campus and fondly retained the President's Award. A major event of the year was our hosting the Regional Leadership Seminar. Our annual service projects were the Teeterthon, and the spaghetti supper. This year we organized a Mothers' Club. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 20, 1979, at the American Inn East, Grand Forks. Initiates: Kent Davis, jay Echtenkamp, Mike Keirn, Mark LaBere, Shawne Sass, Tracy Thompson, Mark Tollefson, Hugh Vallely, Mark Werlinger.

North Dakota State Arlan Espeseth, President 1420 12th Avenue, North Fargo, North Dakota 58102 We're seeing new life in our chapter, enth usiasm from the undergraduates and alumni alike. Our Teeter-a-thon is our annual charity event with Gamma Phi Beta - a 100-hour effort - and this year $1,120 for the Big Brother/Big Sister program was raised . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, North Dakota State vs. University of North Dakota, October 13, 1979. Initiates: David Bablitz, Gerald Dhuyvetter, jeff Kroke, Glendon Olson.

Northern Illinois Thomas J. McHale, President 114 Blackhawk Road DeKalb, Illinois 60115 Five of our members, including three All Americans, competed in the NCAA gymnastics finals held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Our second annual Salvation Army Can Food Drive was again a whopping success. The president of our pledge class was in ch arge of the All-Greek party that was held across the street in a theater parking lot. Our '79 Pledge Class Activation and AnDELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Northern Illinois - Members of the chajJter pose in front of their house with a newly won tmphy.

Northern Iowa Douglas W. Merbach, President 1927 College Street Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 We placed first in both the Miller's Can Reclamation contest and in the campus basketball league, with a second place in the all-campus College Bowl. Our pledges for this year number 20. We also refurbished the bathroom floors and showers. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, details to be announced later. Initiates: Mike Haas, Steve Irwin, jodie Gordon, Nick Dahl, john Davis, Scott McMahon, Curt Steffen, Chad Farner.

Northwestern Nicholas J. Losole, President 2307 Sheridan Road Evanston, Illinois 60201 We took an active part in the campus-wide Dance Marathon for Cerebral Palsy. Our intramural football team made it to the playoffs. In fact, we participated in all the intramural sports offered by the university, including the all-campus College Bowl. Alumni are always welcomed to visit. ALUMNI EVENT: To be announced. Initiates: William Carter, john Houff, Mark Freedgood, William Smith, jonathan Schaffzin , Andrew Krock, Lawrence Fleig, Michael Butler, Aaron Kvitek , Brett R. Gover, john J. Dosch, Brian Stasiewicz.

Ohio Mark W. McCulloch, President 10 West Mulberry Athens, Ohio 45701 We always tackle successfully Daffodil Day in support of the American Cancer Society. This year we put on a big campaign with more than our share of ballots for Ohio's Tim joyce in his bid for the Pizza Hut Basketball Classic. Also our 25th Anniversary will be coming up in the fall of 1980, so, alumni, we're already making plans and would like to update our addresses for this occasion. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Party at chapter house, September 29, 1979. Initiates: Alan Ashworth, Brian Hicks, Dan Keever, Dave Leigh, Don Lenny, Mike Matthews , Wayne McGhee, Mark Schwcndemen , Steve Zronek.

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Ohio State Robert A. Seekely, II, President 240 East 15th Street Columbus, Ohio 43201 We exceeded our rushing goal of seven by pledging II fine men and regained our scholastic position in the top ten of 42 fraternities . We were the undefeated champions in the ATO Fite Nite '79, an annual fraternity boxing competition. We also defeated Beta Theta Pi to take the Large Fraternity Division Volleyball Tournament championship . Brother Bob Badgeley was elected vice president of the Interfraternity Council. ALUMNI EVENT: HOMECOMING175th ANNIVERSARY FOUNDERS' DAY BASH!!I October 27, 1979 at the chapter house, the Ohio Stadium, and Sheraton Downtown. Initiates: William E. Gable, Timothy E. Hatten, Terry M. Ryan, Matt W. Fennen, Edward W. Claugus, james E. Downey, Herbert L. Badgeley, Robert B. Marti.

Oklahoma Bradley K. Goodman, President 603 West Brooks Norman, Oklahoma 73069 Bryon McFall headed the alumni fundraising drive for house renovations. We were first in grades and second in intramurals on the campus, and won two awards from the American Diabetes Association. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Football game, a casual get-together. Initiates: Curtis Martin, Richard Wells, Andrew Vernon, jerry Steigerwald, Robert Norris, Tom O'Bannon, Craig johnson, Greg Metzer, Brent May, Mike Gaddis, Mark Younker, Geo rge Hicks, Pete Bryzychi.

Oklahoma State Scott E. Morgan, President 311 South Hester Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 For the second year in a row we finished third in basketball intramurals. Our annual alumn i banquet was held in Tulsa in March. Dads' Day was celebrated with our attending a basketball game and holding a party at the chapter house. Moms' Weekend was capped with the Spring Song which foll owed a party and banq uet. Initiates: Mark Brown, Gerald Bullock, David Dickson, Dudley Hume,jay johnson, Dennis Koch, Mike Monroe, Duane Phillips, jim Roberts, Larry Shultz, jim Slack, Kent Smith, Rick Svendson, jim Whitehead.

Oregon State Martin A. Burger, President 235 Northwest 25th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330 We have new house parents, a young couple who moved into th e refurbished house parents' home on April l. This was a year for general house improvements, including painting, carpeting, a new heating system, and completing plans for the installation of a fire alarm system. Also, we took first place in intramural basketball. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming/Anni-

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versary Celebration, November 5, 1979, at the chapter house. Initiates: Gregg Whittaker, Lee jones, Marc Heintz, jeff Kondo, john Schnebly.

game to feature DU 's Fego, Mangiero and George , with a reception following at the house.

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Anthony P. Glaves, President 5606 Hardy Avenue San Diego, California 92115 Our two service projects were the volleyball tournament for the Heart Association and participation in "Old Globe Week," to restore the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. We pledged 18 men and initiated 19. DU Rob Bernard was voted the best-looking "Frat-Man" at SDSU by Playboy Playmate Candy Loving. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day Picnic, November 3, 1979, at EI Monte Park, EI Cajon .

San Diego George T . Perkins, President 229 Locust Lane State College, Pennsylvania 16801 We have better communications with our alumni and are now working with them to get house improvements. Our Pledge Formal and Dinner at Hotel State College was held on April 21. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming at chapter house, tentatively for October 20, 1979. Initiates: Dave Kovach, Grant Davis, Kurt Fuoti, Andrew Barnes, Bob Sweeney.

Purdue Paul R. Stebbe, President 1290 State Street West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 The new wing of our chapter house is now completed so that more of our brothers can live in. It's a great day. We've worked to improve our intramural program with more men participating. Our service project was the successful solicitation of donors for the Indiana Lions Club Eye Bank. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, chapter house, October 27, 1979. Initiates: Darrell Allen, Karl Kolmer, Paul Maghielse, Dale Roberts, Bruce Smith , Keith Whiting.

Ripon John H. Fellinger, President Brockway HaIl Ripon College Ripon, Wisconsin 54971 Our excellent rush and pledge programs provided us with sixteen outstanding members, and we had the highest grade point average of all male living grou ps on campus. Our Spring Theme Party, a Viking Party, was a smashing success. Our chapter also mad e a fine showing on campus by taking first place in the all-campus Winter Weekend activities. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming Reception, October 13, 1979, 12:30 p.m. , chapter lounge in Brockway Hall.

Rutgers Thomas A. Kalapos, President 66 College Avenue New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901 Our chapter donated $1,500 to Rutgers University Foundation to help support the Clifford P. Case Professorship of Public Affairs, a teaching post to be named for him. A DU and a 1925 Rutgers graduate, Case was honored at the chapter's testimonial dinner on March 10 and was made the first recipient of the Clifford P. Case Public Service Award of the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity. Other news is that we have acquired new furniture, new flooring, a stereo, and most important of all, an excellent cook. AL UM N I EVENT: Princeton Football Weekend, date to be announced, football

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South Dakota Patrick J . Conlin, President 204 North University Street Vennillion, South Dakota 57069 We completed payments on our furniture, acquired a new color television set, and the bathroom and basement were remodeled. We had our first winning season in basketball and participated in the activities of the first Greek Wee k on the campus since 1970. ALUMNI EVENT: Dakota Days Weekend, October 20, 1979. Initiates: Steve Parke, Elmer Fuller, Steve North, Matt Michels.

Southern. Illinois Charles A. Miller, Jr., President 410 West Freeman Carbondale, Illinois 62901 The Delta Upsilon Basketball Give-a-way to benefit the Women 's Center, a neighbor of ours, was a special event because it acted as a catalyst to form a high spirit of morale within our chapter. Other highlights were the chapter retreat, a major overhaul of the house , and the starting of our chapter newsletter to step up alumni relations . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, at the DU house , October 15, 1979, 8 p.m .

Thomas Krattenmaker '65, a member of the FCC who is investigating the television industry , and also there was a special award ceremony. We are continuing to make improvements in the house, including replastering, painting, repairing, and replacing light fixtures. Through student/faculty get-togethers we're improving our campus relations. A strong pledge program includes weekly pledge education meetings, a big brother/little brother program, and a pledge banqu et. ALUMN I EVENT: All fall after home football games at DU house, receptions.

Syracuse J. Kevin Cullen, President 711 Comstock Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210 We are currently residing in the old Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house, but Delta Upsilon alumni are actively engaged in finding a permanent home for the chapter. The Dikaia Foundation (a chapter educational foundation which has given out more than $185 ;000 in scholarships since 1953) is scheduling a major fund drive for the refurbishing of a new home which will mark the advent of Syracuse DU for the "second hundt'ed years." The Syracuse University Rowing Team is the reigning National Champion and had four DUs in last year's winning shell . Coach Sanford is a DU brother, and this year we should have six brothers in the varsity shell. This is the same U.S . crew that competed in England at the Henley and Nottingham regattas. The Syracuse team finislfed second and third respectively, both times behind the Bulgarian national team. ALUMNI EVENT: To be announced.

Stanford James D. Cash, President 553 Mayfield Avenue Stanford, California 94305 Outstanding events and honors for our chapter include our sponsorship of the "Stanford Run, " with proceeds going to charity; our leadership in intramural sports; the naming of Vince Mulvoy as "Academic All-American"; and the election of Ken Breitenback as president of the Young Cattlemen's Association . Initiates : William Bros, john Gansel, Chris Hunt, Mark Kousnetz, Kenneth Margerum, Vincent Vanelli.

Swarthmore Daniel L. Levine, President Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 Our biggest and best alumni banquet in several years was highlighted by a speech by

Technology - Leade?'ship Consultant Scott Hahne?' took this pictu?'e of the house during his visit.

Technology John F. Dolan, Jr., President 562 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts 02215 We decided that it was time for us to get more involved in campus activities scholarship and brotherhood have always ranked high - and in our endeavor, we became more active in the IFC, took campus leadership posts, invited faculty members to dinner , and our A-League basketball team made it to the quarter-finals. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day, November '79, at chapter house. Initiates: Karl W. Frey, Martin D. Herman, john E. Hofmann, Colin J. Kerwin, Mark S. LaRow, Kevin C. Mazula, J. Chris-

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topher Moran , David M. Peereboom, R. Dirk Taylor, Robert J. Wallace.

Tennessee Mark B. Miller, President 1845 Terrace Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37916 We had our 10th Anniversary Formal on May 19, and the alumni corporation meeting was on the same day. Our alumni helped us plan our summer rush program , and we would like for alumni who are out of touch with our chapter to drop us a line, so we can update our mailing list. , ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming at chapter house, date to be announced. Initiate : Robert L. Knight.

Tufts Joseph L. Finigan, President 114 Professors Row Medford, Massachusetts 02155 The foyer, dining room and kitchen have been refinished , and we have new dining room tables. Ours was the biggest class on campus with 26 men. We pride ourselves on excellence in intramural sports and we're football champs. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 27,1979. Initiates: Sean Callahan, Tim Sullivan, John Stabile, Andy Lederman, Mike Brown, Brian Lis, Doug Ayotte, Chip Drapeau, Jay Smith , Bob Maloney, Bill Best, Tom Beaton, Phil Moran, Jim Detert, John Katzenberg, Nicholas Rosetti, David Weiss, Jon Raymond, Eric Pizzotti, Joe Rogers, Bruce Rosen, Mark Pappas, Dan Curley, John Keough, John Galanis.

a new house stereo system, and alumni newsletters are in the making but we need accurate addresses and would like to hear from more alumni . ALUMNI EVENT: Football Game, October 13, 1979, Virginia vs. Madison University, daylong affair with brunch, an evening cocktail party, a catered dinner at Newcomb Hall Ballroom, and a dance and party for parents and alumni. Initiates: Greg Askey, Michael Brown, Joseph Hoover, Jeffrey Howell, Alan Urban.

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Tennessee - Chapter members wave a welcome from their front porch.

Texas Michael L. Jones, President 2510 Leon Street Austin, Texas 78705 We have a new housemother, and we're pleased with better menus and improved food preparation. We raised $3,350 for the Darrell Royal Workshop for handicapped kids. Our two volleyball teams were in the university finals. We also bought a pool table and electronic games for our newly paneled basement. ALUMNI EVENT: 30th Anniversary, November 11, 1979. Initiates: Mark Williams, Bill Stettler, Keith Douglas, Billy Nabors, Bill Groseclose, David Olson, Tim Parma, Les Bynum, Ray Thompson, Carl Paschetag, Glenn Giel, Mike Love , Terry -Parks, Greg Mathews, Mike Anderson, Tom Poindexter, Jack Halliburton, Pete Schwob, Rick West, Roger Chadick.

Toronto Kevin E. Bertsch, President 182 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5R 2N3 We have made great strides forward this term. Our new sign and advertising campaigns have made DU highly visible on the U of T campus. DU's leadership consultant, Scott Hahner, really spurred our members on to higher goals in rush and alumni relations. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming in October 1979. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Richard L. Shires, Jr., President Tyler Junior College, Box 210 Tyler, Texas 75701 We were very successful with our can food drive for the Salvation Army', and we tripled our contribution to the Arthritis Foundation Drive . We won first place in both football and baseball in the fraternity division . For the 10th straight semester in a row we were number one in the Shriner Blood Drive. Three of the top six offices in the Student Senate are held by DUs, including the president, the vice president and the sophomore president positions. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 6, 1979.

Union Wayne A. Tunick, President Union College Schenectady, New York 12308 We have been working to improve the physical appearance of our house, and the barroom looks much better. We had the largest pledge class on campus, and all 20 were initiated during Parents' Weekend, May 5, 1979. We also presented a gift to Union College in honor of our deceased brother, Leonard Zelasko, who died in an apartment fire last September. Initiates: Francis X . Beaudet, William Brod, Douglas Calvey, Tony Caracciolo, Jeff Cring, Mike Dana, Dave Didonato, Bob Feinberg, Glen Friedman, Mike Huchro, Wally Lutz, Donny Marino, Ed Marrinan, Joe Maneen, Bruce Melena, Pat Mosca, Brian Sullivan, Kevin Wolf, Luke Zinsky, Mark Ziskind.

Virginia Martin T. Baxter, President 180 Rugby Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Through the IFC, we helped to form the Virginia Collegiate Services, a food managment co-op which will allow us a large savings on food purchases. Among 37 fraternities, our chapter ranks fourth in intramurals. We are in the planning stages of house renovations, have recently purchased

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Virginia - Leadership Consultant Scott Hahner photographed members of the chapter on their porch during his visit.

Washington Eric G. Janson, President 4508 19th Avenue, N.E. Seattle, Washington 98105 No report received.

Washington State Stephen J. Williams, President Northeast 815 Ruby Street Pullman, Washington 99163 Our chapter moved from 16th to 6th in scholarship standing. In May we held our first annual fraternity softball tournament for the diabetes association in Spokane. Our alumni program is really starting to work . Along with more alumni support, we are beginning to see more of our brothers who are coming back to visit. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, football game, Washington State vs. UCLA, October 13, 1979. Initiates: Andy Kirk, Mark Grant , J,im Rockwell, Bill Harper, Tip Bayless, Roger Boothman, Bruce Bratrude, Pat Cogan, Mitch Delabarre, Doug Hallauer, Jim Harris, Jack Heckman, Rich Kruse, Alan Kutsch, Mark Leid, Larry Houk.

Western Illinois Thomas B. Polaski, President 526 North Lafayette Macomb, Illinois 61455 April 28th marked the fifth anniversary of our chapter. We celebrated with a weekend of events planned for parents, alumni and undergraduates. Our parents' club was started with contributions of $10 for fees, and the money will be used to make minor house repairs. Su pport from them is a fantastic key to growth. On May 5, we sponsored the Muscular Dystrophy Walk-AThon. The cover charge to hear a band at a local establishment was used to help send physically handicapped children to Wash-

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ington State for the Special Olympics. On April7, our Bradley brothersjoined us for a toga party. Initiates: Randy Bastic, Bob Barrett, Brian Beal, Mike Brownlee, Steve Boggs, Todd Brown, Val Budd, Matt Famighette, Scott Greenman, Randy Hoepker, Bob Mercer, Dave Pickel, Bruce Sandy, Brian Stillwell, Doug Vankessel, Eric Nelson, Kevin McDonald, Gregg Manning, Gene Shafer, jay Peller, Bill Cotter.

Western Ontario James S. Weary, President 294 Central Avenue London, Ontario N6B 2C8 No report received.

Western Reserve Guy D. Savastano, President 10923 Magnolia Drive Cleveland, Ohio 44106 We sponsored the annual Cystic Fibrosis Swim-a-thon in April, and our members are involved in student government and the Child Life program at local hospitals. We published our first new edition of the newsletter, The Fifth Star, and continue to be especially proud of our scholastic excellence. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual Founders' Day Dinner in November, more details to appear in our May newsletter.

Wichita Mark R. Mason, President 1720 North Vassar Wichita, Kansas 67208 Our chapter won the All-Greek Hippodrome for the second straight year - the first house to do so in 23 years. We put on and sponsored an "All School Revue" for Rainbow's United School for Severely Handicapped Children. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni Picnic, August 26, 1979, at chapter house. Initiates : Randy Bland, Ted Blosser, Hal Brandom, Doug Chinberg, Kevin Coldiron, Tom Grounds, Mark Guetersloh, Pat Hill, Dale Hoyer, jay Hull, Steve johnson, Mark Liebst, Ted Mason, Dennis Mercer, Brian Pressnall, Mike Rust, Gil Urick.

Wisconsin Matthew Alan Baer, President 644 North Frances Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703 We are pleased with the renovation of the first floor of our chapter house, and our chapter newsletter is getting a lot of attention. We held a golf benefit for charity early in the spring. Initiates: joel DeSpain, Dan Nason, Mark Mueller, Bill Bielefeld, Scott Bukolt, Andrew Lobe, Karl Nigbor, Eli R. Spooner, Kevin Finley, Tom France, Tom Vogelsang, Neil Halvorson, Charles E. Nahn.

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has enabled us to acquire a house for the present summer and ensuing years. Also we are grateful to E. Hunter Brumell, '68, corpOl'ation president for 10 years, who kept the group alive and is currently one of the advisors to the undergraduates. ALUMNI EVENT: "W(j!come Back Alumni and Brothers," September 15, 1979, 12 noon, at the house.

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Mark S. Lyon, President Post Office Box 633 Amherst, Massachusetts 01002 An enthusiastic group of young men have combined their talents to establish Delta Upsilon's newest colony at the University of Massachusetts. Colony members : jeff Bierly, Matthew C. Brennan, Tyler Brown, jay Buckley , Thomas Carey, Michael Casey, Gregory A . Dennis, Bill DiMento, Stephan Donoian, Ken Drooks, Erik Eckilson, john S. Fernberg, Mark Ferrante, Dave Ferrari, joe Fitzgerald, jay N. Gillis, Mike Grammel, Reggie Greene,jr., Barry Hackett, Timothy P. Halpin, jim Hamel, john Hamel, Dean Hoffman, Timothy H. Kirk, Donald Lagasse, Edward]. Lange,jr., Raymond W. Lyko, jr., Mark S. Lyon, james Mahoney, Andrew McClellan, john Perry, Michael Picardi, Bill Porter, Nicholas P. Poshkus, Edwin Shea, Alan M. Sorkin, joseph C. Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Daniel R. Tilden, Dan Tobin, Vincent T. Todd, Thomas Tolman, Terrance P. Ward.

McGill ADU Terence P. McIntyre, President 522 Pine Avenue West Montreal, Quebec H2W IS6 Our present house, McConnell Hall, won the overall McGill Residence Sports Championship: undefeated, untied, unscored upon in football, first place in soccer, first place in hockey, second place in basketball. ADUs comprise over 60 percent of the membership of these teams. jim Peloquin was elected president of McConnell Hall for '79-80, and Terry McIntyre received the Scarlet Key Award for leadership in extracurricular activities. He was also appointed to the university's Academic Policy Committee. Our first annual Spring Fling Weekend was attended by more than 600 people. G.johan Draper, '51, current alumni corporation president, is responsible for successful negotiations with the university that

Dale W. Tremblay, President 334 Evergreen East Lansing, Michigan 48823 We are looking to lease a bigger house so that more members can be closer to the real activities of the colony. We're still working toward that magic number of 50, so we can be chartered . At least one member of the corporation attends every chapter meeting and we're very appreciative of their guidance. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, date to be announced in the summer SparDU.

Oregon ADU Donald G. Pope, President 1059 Hilyard Street Eugene, Oregon 97401 We participated in the Mothers' March for the March of Dimes and in the Tug McGray Caravan II for community service. Sam Nixon placed fifth on both the 3-meter and I-meter diving boards at the Northern Pacific Championships . We made a good showing in the College bowl and were in the intramural basketball playoffs. ALUMNI EVENT: DU Smoker, july II, 1979, 5 p .m., at 817 West 37th Street, Eugene. Initiates: Daniel R. Daron, Mark Ripley, Kurt Septon, Tim Slavin, Ibrahim Petra, Elden Gray, Marshall Ross, N obufusa Yamazaki.

Pennsylvania ADU Michael Donahue, President 3902 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 We have compiled a Fraternity Scrapbook which makes us feel closer to the brotherhood of DU. Our Work Weekend marked another accomplishment to take pride in, as we worked together to make repairs on our house. Of course, we are proud of our 3.25 cumulative grade point average. Initiates: Ben Baglio, Harley Bartlett, Mike Blasnik, Todd Braun, Tim Dolan, jim Hasler, Keith Howe, jerry Korth, Emmet Lucey, Roger Mark, Mike O'Connell, Sam Rosenblatt, Bob Schlakman, Steve Case.

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McGill - Members of the newly re01'ganized McGill group pose for Leadership Consultant Scott Hahn,r.

Greg Leonard, President Post Office Box 80036 Columbia, South Carolina 29208 Enthusiasm is the word that best describes our colony. We look forward to fall rush and have tackled summer rushing with a zeal. Also the possibility of our obtaining a colony house looks good for us. Here's our special message to DU alumni: We're making an all-out effort to contact alumni who have relocated in South Carolina and nearby

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states. Our colonization is DU's first en' deavor in South Carolina, and we're asking for the support of graduates of other chapters. We need your support and know-how. l[ you are interested in helping us, and we're not already in touch, please write us and let us know. EVENT: Stag Golf Day, to be announced.

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Southwest Missouri - Members of the colony gather fm' a photograph.

Southwest Missouri State ADU Gregory J. Deut'schmann, President Southwest Miss()uri State Campus Union, Box 117 Springfield, Missouri 65802 As a colony, we registered our first Greek intramural points by placing fourth in volleyball. At the present time we're working on permanent housing and preparing for a strong summer rush so we can get the Alpha removed from our name by Christmas 1979. Our pledge formal was a big success, and our Campus King candidate came in fourth. We're working on a strong campus image by participating in service projects such as the Red Cross Blood Drive. Initiates: John Bilyeu, Dave Corley, Doug Greenlee, Mike Hooper, John Jones, Rodger McKinney, Rick Stanton, Doug Wulff.

British Columbia Alumni Club Revitalized Delta Upsilon alumni in the Vancouver, British Columbia area are in the process of reactivating the Vancouver DU Alumni Club. An organizational meeting was held in January at which 15 alumni met with a representative from International Headquarters. In March, 30 alumni attended dinner at the Keg Prime Rib, and the enthusiasm of this group led area alumni to plan future events, including the annual chapter party, Apache, on May 12 and a dinner cruise on Vancouver Harbor in July. Many alumni in Vancouver have expressed an' interest in reorganizing the British Columbia Chapter, inactive since 1972, as the fraternity system on campus recently has shown signs of growth and revitalization. Brothers interested in taking part in the alumni activities or participating in the reactivation of the chapter should contact Rick Acton, # :200-1663 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6J IS4, (604) 73~-4871. DELTA UPSlLON QUARTERLY路

The appointments of Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59, and Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73, as Province 6 and Province 4 Governors respectively, have been announced by President O. Edward Pollock. Both men held the office of a chapter . president when they were undergraduates. Brother Lurding is an architect, builder and developer. The Lurding Company is active in real estate development in southern Indiana, and Louisville and Carrollton, Kentucky. He is a member of the board of directors of the local home builders association. Several of his houses have been featured in Southern Living magazine over the

past year. He lives in Louisville. As an alumnus, Paul Rosenthal served as chairman of the Florida chapter's annual fund-raising appeal and was active in forming the Orlando Delta Upsilon Alumni Club. A 1976 graduate of the U niversity of Florida Law School, Brother Rosenthal is Assistant City Attorney in Orlando, Florida. Province VI includes DePauw, Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State ADU, Purdue and Western Ontario. Chapters in Province IV are Florida, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, and the ADU colony at South Carolina.

(GOVERNORS AND DEPUTIES ARE APPOINTED FOR A TERM OF ONE YEAR TO COINCIDE WITH THE TERM OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRATERNITY.) PROVINCE GOVERNORS I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII.

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WILLIAM R. GORDON, Kansas State '60 20 Sheridan Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 02181 ROBERT L. TYBURSKI, Colgate '74 71 Madison Street, Hamilton, New York 13346 GEORGE W. NICHOLS, JR., Cornell '45 Fish Hatchery Road, R.D. #2, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 PAUL E. ROSENTHAL, Florida '73 1748-A Americana Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32809 LOUIS R. NAGY, Bowling Green '72 401 Roshon Drive, Medina, Ohio 44256 CARROLL L. LURDING, Ohio State '59 The Lurding Company, P.O. Box 7461, Louisville, Kentucky 40207 WARREN P. NESBITT, Wisconsin '76 16 East Old Willow Road, Apt. 313S, Prospect Heights, Illinois 60070 (Manitoba, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota) MARTIN W. BAUER, Kansas State '71 320 Page Court, Wichita, Kansas 67202 GARY J. GOLDEN, Rutgers '74 7307 Montgomery, N.E., Box C-69, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109 (Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah) P. LEE IRWIN, Washington '41 2246 N.E. 205th, Troutdale, Oregon 97060 75


crhe 'President's GfJeputy 'Program In the directory listing below, the date following the name of the chapter is their founding date, and the number in parentheses following the name of the trustee indicates his term expiration. ALBERTA (1935) XII 11020-86th Avenue Edmonton, Alberta, T6G OW9 TRUSTEE Richard S. Ballard,-INDI '62 (82) 28 Mason Drive Princeton. New Jersey 08540 DEPUTY Alexander Andrekson '47 29 Westbrook Drive Edmonton, Alberta T6J 2C8 COUNSELORS '80 Rick D. Rintoul '75 '81 Andrew P. W. Hopkyns '77 '82 Michael W. Spelliscy '76

BUCKNELL (1950) III Bucknell University Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 TRUSTEE Robert W. Hartung '75 (82) 1649 Doyle Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221 DEPUTY John F. Zeller, III '41 89 Anlyn Drive Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 COUNSELORS '80 Richard G. McGinnis '68 '81 Lawrence P. Lawson '48 '82 John F. Zeller III '41

ARKANSAS (1975) X CALIFORNIA (1896) XI 10 North Garland 2425 Warring Street Fayetteville. Arkansas 72701 Berkeley, California 94704 TRUSTEE TRUSTEE William J. Bittner, BRAD '74 (82) Donald J. Moulin '53 (81) 44 Center Grove Road 144 Parsonage Road Randolph, New Jersey 07801 Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 DEPUTY DEPUTY Robert S. Marzec, WRCS '67 Dennis A. Davis '75 Route #2, Box 905 2467 Warring Street, Apt. 206 Collinsville, Oklahoma 74021 Berkeley, California 94704 COUNSELORS COUNSELORS '80 Thomas R. Jacobs '77 '80 Dennis A. Davis '75 '81 Brian D. Beaird '76 '81 Stephen Shaw '66 '82 Joe W. Stacy '77 '82 counselor needed ARLINGTON (1969) X 719 West Abram Arlington, Texas 76013 TRUSTEE Frank Sandford, OKLA '42 (82) 803 Red Oak Lane Arlington, Texas 76012 DEPUTY Thomas J. Walters , '72 9221 Amberton Parkway, #217 Dallas, Texas 75243 COUNSELORS '80 Thomas J. Walters, '72 '81 Jeffrey A. Lang '78 '82 Mark A. Pol vi '73 BAYLOR (1978) X Box 102, Union Building Baylor University Waco, Texas 76703 TRUSTEE Richard C. Dabrowski, NCAR '70 (82) 177 Hobart Street Danvers, Massachusetts 01923 DEPUTY Roger D. Metcalf, ARLT '72 5608 Trails Edge Drive Arlington, Texas 76017 COUNSELORS '80 Murray A. Ray '78 '81 Herbert S. Bristow '78 * '82 Counselor needed BOWLING GREEN (1949) V Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 TRUSTEE Louis R. Nagy '72 (80) 401 Roshon Drive Medina, Ohio 44256 DEPUTY Mark A. Corey, OHST '76 202 W. Reed Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 COUNSELORS '80 Thomas L. Koch '74 * '81 counselor needed * '82 counse lor needed BRADLEY (1951) VII 1318 West Fredonia Peoria, Illinois 61606 TRUSTEE Joseph C. D'Errico '70 11 Cresthill Avenue Clifton, New Jersey 07012 DEPUTY William H. Bried '68 927 S. Second Street Springfield, Illinois 62704 COUNSELORS '80 Michael C. Maibach, NILL '73 '81 Peter S. Vermeil, STAN '66 '82 John J. Schad, Jr. '66

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CARNEGIE (19 17) III 5031 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 TRUSTEE John C. Vassil '52 (80) Morgan, Finnegan, Pine, Foley & Lee 345 Park Avenue New York, New York 10022 DEPUTY Thomas R. Allen, Jr. '58 Scaife Road, Box 495 Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143 COUNSELORS '80 Thomas S. Terpack '65 '81 Jonathan D. Domash '77 '82 James J. Dobos '77 CENTRAL MISSOURI (1970) IX Diemer Hall, 310 R Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 TRUSTEE J. David Nelson NWST '63 (80) 6 Shorelands Place Old Greenwich , Connecticut 06870 DEPUTY * deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Robert M. Gibson '71 '81 Larry R, Garrett '72 '82 Daniel R. Stockwell '77 CHICAGO (1901). VII 5714 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 TRUSTEE Maurice S. Mandel '55 (81) 14 Hillside Avenue Pt. Washington, New York 11050 DEPUTY Michael A. Yesner '65 9384 Home Circle Des Plaines, 111inois 60016 COUNSELORS '80 Peter B. Gills '73 '81 Steven E. Holliday '74 '82 Steven M. Honigfeld '76 CLARKSON (1961) II 30 Elm Street Potsdam, New York 13676 TRUSTEE Philip J. Garda '67 (82) 21 Farmington Lane Melville, New York 11746 DEPUTY F. William Fiesinger '37 70 Main Street Potsdam, New York 13676 COUNSELORS '80 Robert J. McGill '35 '81 Robert M. Shurtleff '66 * '82 counselor needed

COLBY (1852) I Colby College Waterville, Maine 0490 I TRUSTEE Philip H. DeFord '74 (80) 200 Central Park South New York, New York 10019 DEPUTY * deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Mark R. Serdjenian '73 '81 James C. Dickinson '71 '82 Thomas.J. Morrione '65 COLGATE (1865) II Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346 TRUSTEE James M. VanBuren '50 (82) The Winchell Company 20 Exchange Place New York, New York 10005 COUNSELORS '80 Norris B. Clark III '67 '81 Keith S. Macomber '78 '82 Charles S. Fox 70 COLORADO (1953) IX 1012 University Avenue Boulder, Colorado 80302 TRUSTEE Richard L. Smoot '62 (82) 577 Gregory Lane Devon, Pennsylvania 19333 DEPUTY Dennis L. Bruns, MISR '70 607 Mansfield Drive Fort Collins, Colorado 8052 I COUNSELORS '80 Bartlett C. Brewster '77 '81 William E. Condon, Jr. '77 '82 John W. Kinkade '68 CORNELL (1869) II 6 South Avenue Ithaca , New York 14850 TRUSTEE Harry M. Vawter, Jr. '42 (82) 25 Franklin Street Cedar Grove, New Jersey 07009 DEPUTY William R. Shaw '69 Sovocool Hill Road Groton, New York 13073 COUNSELORS '80 Mark A. Clemente ' 73 '81 Donald K. Enichen '73 '82 James N. Seeley '75 CREIGHTON (1969) IX Swanson Hall, Room 536R 2500 Cass Omaha, Nebraska 68178 TRUSTEE William R. Kunkel '78 (81) 34 I rving Street, # 34 Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 DEPUTY Terrance R. Moore '77 5056 South 86th Parkway, # I Omaha, Nebraska 68127 COUNSELORS '80 George W. McNary '75 '81 Thomas S. McShane '73 '82 Mark S. Dion '79 DAYTON (1971) V 108 Woodland Dayton, Ohio 45409 TRUSTEE Robert W. Sullivan '74 (81) 146 Manhattan Avenue, #6 Jersey City, New Jersey 07307 DEPUTY David M. Ulrich, OHST '54 1800-02 Brown Dayton, Ohio 45409 COUNSELORS '80 Rudolph M. Petrie '76 '81 Joseph C. Luke '77 '82 Terrence P. Brennan '73 DELAWARE (1970) III 400 Wool aston Avenue, Apt. A路3 Newark, Delaware 19711

TRUSTEE Edmond F. Anzalone '72 (81) 491 Plaza Boulevard, #E-45 Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067 DEPUTY James L. Slack '71 201 Courtney Street Newark, Delaware 19711 COUNSELORS '80 James L. Slack '71 '81 Stanley A, Wozniak '71. '82 Christopher J. Ennis '78 DENISON (1949) V Slayter Hall, Box # 1115 Granville, Ohio 43023 TRUSTEE Michael D. Eisner '64 (82) 5451 Marathon Street '- Hollywood, California 90038 DEPUTY Edwin S. Robertson '56 7920 N. College Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 COUNSELORS '80 Paul G. Clark '75 '81 William D. Clarke '51 '82 Jeffrey D. Ritter '70

TRUSTEE Edmund P. Shrewsbury '61 (81) 419 8th Street Bohemia, Long Island, New York 11716 DEPUTY Allen J. Walters III '63 1332 Northview Avenue, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30306 COUNSELORS '80 Robert S. McKeeman '77 '81 David L. Smith, Jr. '74 '82 James I. Meredith III '76 HAMILTON (1847) II Hamilton College Clinton, New York 13323 TRUSTEE James L. LePorte III '76 (80) 160 Indian Head Road Commack, New York 11725 DEPUTY Roger F. Wood '52 342 East Street Pittsford, New York 14534 COUNSELORS '80 Philip L. Evans '50 '81 Gerald L. Marketos '63 '82 Robert A. Bankert '43

DEPAUW (1887) VI 626 E, Seminary Street Greencastle, Indiana 46135 TRUSTEE Arad Riggs '26 (80) 50 East 42nd Street New York, New York 10017 DEPUTY Joe H. Petty '36 2409 Warren Avenue Terre Haute, Indiana 47803 COUNSELORS '80 Carl A. Buehler '58 '81 Edwin W. Burney '67 '82 John B. Norberg '70

HOUSTON (1972) X Campus Activities Center, Box 109 4800 Calhoun University of Houston Houston, Texas 77004 TRUSTEE Robert R. Evans '74 Box 19601 Houston, Texas 77024 DEPUTY S. Andrew Smallwood '71 208 South Witter Pasadena, Texas 77506 COUNSELORS '80 Terry C. Cunningham '75 EASTERN KENTUCKY (1970) VI '81 William H. Powell '77 '82 Robert R. Evans '74 Box 223, Todd Hall Richmond, Kentucky 40475 TRUSTEE ILLINOIS (1905) VII Bernard E. Hrubala '73 (81) 312 East Armory 201 Regan Avenue, Apt. 35B Champaign, Illinois 61820 Vernon, Connecticut 06066 TRUSTEE DEPUTY Chris Morris '75 (80) * deputy needed 26 Village Green Way Hazlet, New Jersey 07730 COUNSELORS '80 James A. Blake '69 DEPUTY '81 A. Craig Enlow '77 Michael W. Clark '69 '82 Michael G. Edwards '78 1808 North Clark Chicago, Illinois 60614 COUNSELORS FLORIDA (1957) IV '80 James A. Huppert, '76 1814 W. University Avenue '81 Frank W. Kari '74 Gainesville, Florida 32603 '82 Don J . Mangers '78 TRUSTEE Joseph J. Marinelli, Jr. '65 (82) INDIANA (1915) VI 209 Fairway 1200 East Third Street Longwood, Florida 32750 Bloomington, Indiana 47401 DEPUTY TRUSTEE * deputy needed Ivan Escott, Jr. '41 (82) COUNSELORS 37 Brookside Terrace '80 Joseph L. Mizzell '76 North Caldwell, New Jersey 07006 '81 George Powell '75 DEPUTY '82 Thaddeus F. Kowal '76 * deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Frederick J. Gall '77 FRESNO (1968) XI '81 Howard R. Elliot, Jr. '77 5210 North 3rd Street '82 David E. Lee '77 Fresno, California 93710 TRUSTEE IOWA (1925) VIII Kenneth W. Shearin '70 (80) 320 Ellis Avenue 1918 Peabody Iowa City, Iowa 52240 Memphis, Tennessee 38104 TRUSTEE DEPUTY Jack T. Hunn '55 (80) Samuel Chavez, Jr. '76 Smith路Sternau Organization, Inc. 2958 E. Huntington Avenue 1707 L Street, N. W., Suite 800 Fresno , California 93721 Washington, D.C. 20036 COUNSELORS DEPUTY '80 David G. Sorensen '73 Carl T. Ostrem, Jr. '49 '81 Richard C. Machado '69 P.O. Box 2386 '82 Raymond J . Hurado '77 Iowa City, Iowa 52240 COUNSELORS '80 James L. Wen man '76 GEORGIA TECH (1957) IV '81 Michael D. Steele '77 154 Fifth Street, N.W. '82 Dave R. Knuepfer '76 Atlanta, Georgia 30313

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'The 'President's Gf)eputy 'Program IOWA STATE (19 13) Vlll 117 Ash Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 TRUSTEE C. D. Prutzman, PSTA '18 (81) 166 Greenway, North Forest Hills, New York 11375 DEPUTY Ralph E. Stucky, WRCS '31 1818 Douglas Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 COUNSELORS '80 Michael E. Bowman '65 '81 Ralph E. Stucky, WRCS '31 '82 Larry J. Skeie '64

DEPUTY James B. Kessel, CARN '50 872 S. Tinley Drive Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70815 COUNSELORS '80 Stephen L. Pastorek '79 '81 William R. Elliott, LOUS '49 '82 Dennis L. Alonzo '74 LOUISVILLE (1949) VI Belknap Campus University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40208 TRUSTEE Robert J . Fratangelo '65 (82) 21 Schenck Avenue , Apt. 2AA Great Neck, New York 11021 DEPUTY H. Scott Davis, Jr. '65 2100 High Ridge Road Louisville, Kentucky 40207 COUNSELORS '80 Jeffrey A. Wellkamp '75 '81 H. Douglas Mann '71 '82 Lawrence T. Smith '68

JOHNS HOPKINS (1928) III 4220 N . Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218 TRUSTEE Christopher A. South '76 (81) 149·17 Sanford Avenue Flushing, New York 11355 DEPUTY ... deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 John W. Peach '31 '81 William M. Levy '54 '82 Alan J. Schiff '74 KANSAS (1920) IX 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044 TRUSTEE Dale M. Flanagan '58 (80) 366 N. Bedford Road Chappaqua, New York 10514 DEPUTY Terry L. Bullock, KSTA '61 Shawnee County Court House Topeka, Kansas 66603 COUNSELORS 'SO Jerry M. Nossaman '60 '81 Charles R. Pohl '68 '82 James R. Brooks '62 KANSAS STATE (1956) IX 1425 University Drive Manhattan, Kansas 66502 TRUSTEE Terry L. Bullock '61 (81) Shawnee County Court House Topeka, Kansas 66603 DEPUTY Terry L. Bullock '61 Shawnee County Court House Topeka, Kansas 66603 COUNSELORS '80 Michael W. Shull '75 '81 Paul E. Miller '69 '82 Joe A. Knopp '74 LAFAYETTE (1885) III Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania IS042 TRUSTEE Alan M. Augustine '52 (81) 1972 Wood Road Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076 DEPUTY Lewis F. Staples '68 82 Cornwall Gardens London, England COUNSELORS '80 Robert V. Noreika '67 '81 David S. Crocket, COLB '52 '82 Olav B. Kollevoll, COLG '45 LEHIGH (1885) 1II Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania IS0)5 TRUSTEE Scott H. Cragle '72 (82) 231 South 16th Street Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102 DEPUTY Mark Parseghian, Jr. '48 20 S. Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064 COUNSELORS '80 Mark Parseghian, Jr. '48 '81 Stanley J . Jakubowski '55 * 'S2 counselor needed LOUISIANA STATE (1979) X P.O. Box 17121 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70893 TRUSTEE Robert L. Tyburski, COLG '74 (82) 71 Madison Street Hamilton, New York 13346

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MAINE (1970) I 130 College Avenue Orono, Maine 04473 TRUSTEE David C. Dore '76 (81) Route 128 Dresden, Maine 04342 DEPUTY Richard I. Hunt, Jr. '74 Chadbourne Hall University of Maine Orono, Maine 04473 COUNSELORS '80 Craig R. Orff '76 '81 Charles S. Wong '73 '82 counselor needed MANITOBA (1929) Vlll 112 Wilmot Place Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M OA7 TRUSTEE Donald C. Mcinnes '50 (81) 603 Wellington Crescent Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M OA7 DEPUTY * d e puty needed COUNSELORS '80 Robert G. Siddal '76 '81 Joachim O. Meister '77 '82 Frank D. Lotz '78 MARIETTA (1870) V 223 Fourth Street Marietta, Ohio 45750 TRUSTEE Charles F. Jennings '31 (82) 131 Pearson Drive Morganton, North Carolina 28655 DEPUTY '" deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Charles B. McQuoid II '77 '81 Jeffrey S. Aichele '77 '82 George R. Forbes '71 MARYLAND (1972) 1lI 6 Fraternity Row College Park, Maryland 20740 TRUSTEE William D. Kirkpatrick '68 (82) 9048 Town & Country Blvd. Ellicott City, Maryland 21043 DEPUTY John W. Smith III '73 2503 Amherst Road West Hyattsville, Maryland 20783 COUNSELORS '80 Michael G. Harrison, LEHI '72 '81 John W. Smith 1II '73 '82 Daniel J. Pierce '63 MIAMI (1868) V 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 45056 TRUSTEE J. Paul McNamara '29 (82) 88 East Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 DEPUTY Frank S. Dodd '49 6344 Fairfield Road Oxford, Ohio 45056

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COUNSELORS '80 Everett L. Lykins '59 '81 Donald A. Kelley '69 '82 Stephen J. Short '78 MICHIGAN (1876) VI 1331 Hill Street Ann Arhor, Michigan 48104 TRUSTEE Richard E. Meyer '61 (80) 2130 North Lincoln Park West Chicago, Illinois 60614 DEPUTY Wallace K. Sagendorph '61 5330 Inverray Milford, Michigan 48042 COUNSELORS '80 Gregory J. Rogos '76 '81 Thomas B. Darnton '69 '82 Adrian B. Horton '76 MIDDLEBURY (1856) I 136 S. Main Street Middlebury, Vermont 05753 TRUSTEE J. Peter Nestler '72 (82) 56 Whittridge Road Summit, New Jersey 07901 DEPUTY Eric G. Peterson '63 Box 267 Valley Falls, New York 12185 COUNSELORS * 'SO counselor needed 'SI Eric G. Peterson '63 * 'S2 counselor needed MINNESOTA (1890) Vlll 1112 Sixth Street, S.E. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414 TRUSTEE * trustee needed DEPUTY Robert A. Dahlsgaard, BRAD '63 10907 Pioneer Drive Burnsville, Minnesota 55337 COUNSELORS '80 Douglas R. Wiegand '71 '81 Richard Morin '71 '82 James L. Halling '72 MISSOURI (1924) IX 711 Maryland Avenue Columbia, Missouri 65201 TRUSTEE Timothy S. Taylor '71 (80) Route 22 120th Street, N. W. Parkville, Missouri 64153 DEPUTY Michael S. Proctor '65 910 Westover Columbia, Missouri 6520 I COUNSELORS '80 John S. King '75 '81 Daniel J. Godar '78 '82 Richard C. Miller '77 NEBRASKA (1898) IX 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 TRUSTEE Hugh W. Gray '34 (80) 803 N. DuPont Road Westover Hills Wilmington , Delaware 19S07 DEPUTY Oscar Sandberg '59 2453 Sewell Lincoln, Nebraska 6S502 COUNSELORS 'SO Garwood L. Donnelson '56 '81 Richard E. Kohler '74 '82 Joseph L. Krause '56 NORTH CAROLINA (1953) IV 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 TRUSTEE W. D. Watkins '27 (80) P.O. Box 13592 Golden Gate Station Greensboro, North Carolina 27405 DEPUTY Alan V. Pugh '73 P.O. Box 786 Asheboro, North Carolina 27203

COUNSELORS '80 J. Samuel Gentry, Jr. '75 '81 Joseph D. Joyner, Jr. '77 '82 R. Michael Waltcmyer '75 NORTH CAROLINA STATE (1977) IV #3 Maiden Lane Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 TRUSTEE Gary J. Golden, RUTG '74 (80) 7307 Montgomery, NE, Box C-69 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109 DEPUTY Joseph o. Hannibal ,Jr.,JNHP '45 Brookhaven 4826 Rembert Drive Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 COUNSELORS '80 Larry M. Mauhews, NCAR '71 '81 Robert L. Wilson , Jr. , NCAR '76 'S2 George W. Krichbaum, Jr., NCAR '69

COUNSELORS '80 Robert L. Grottke '52 '81 Byron E. Coon '60 * '82 counselor needed OHIO (1955) V IO West Mulberry Athens, Ohio 45701 TRUSTEE Michael P. Loudon '74 (81) 250 E. 87th Street, Apt. 31-J New York, New York 10028 DEPUTY L. Alan Goldsberry '66 North Hill Athens, Ohio 45701 COUNSELORS '80 William S. Carlson '69 '81 L. Alan Goldsberry '66 '82 Thomas O. Pierson '71

OHIO STATE (1904) V 240 East 15th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43201 TRUSTEE NORTH DAKOTA (1961) VIII Bruce C. Setloff '71 (81) 505 Princeton Street The Clusters at Washington Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201 #8 John Witherspoon Blvd. TRUSTEE Turnersville, New Jersey 08012 Wayne A. Drugan, Jr. '69 (80) DEPUTY 16 Linnaean Street Darrell L. Heckman, OKLA '71 Cambridge, Massachusetts 0213S 81S Crescent Drive DEPUTY Urbana, Ohio 43078 Gerald T. Schmidt '70 COUNSELORS 1111 Sunset Drive '80 William R. Anders '70 Grand Forks, North Dakota 5820 I '81 Paul A. Bokros '70 COUNSELORS ... '82 counselor needed '80 M. Thomas Basuray '66 'Sl Russell A. Peterson '45 OKLAHOMA (1972) X '82 Robert K. Snortland '62 603 West Brooks Norman, Oklahoma 73069 NORTH DAKOTA STATE (1970) VIII TRUSTEE 1420 12th Avenue, North H. Allan Thompson '65 (81) Fargo, North Dakota 58102 R.D. #3, Grouse Lane Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143 TRUSTEE DEPUTY Dennis H. Cheatham, INDI '65 John C. Powers '58 (80) 2431 Terwilleger Blvd. Pendleton Banking Company Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114 Pendleton, Indiana 46064 DEPUTY COUNSELORS Donald E. Larew, lAST '63 '80 Jay L. Shields '66 724 N. River Road '81 John W. Funk '75 '82 Byron E. McFall '29 Fargo, North Dakota 58102 COUNSELORS '80 Keith D. Rau '73 OKLAHOMA STATE (1960) X '81 John M. Dhuyvetter '78 311 South Hester '82 Jon D. Verlinde '75 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 TRUSTEE NORTHERN ILLINOIS (1966) H. Allan Thompson, OKLA '65 VII (81) 1114 Blackhawk Road R.D. #3, Grouse Lane DeKalb, Illinois 60115 Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143 TRUSTEE DEPUTY Steven J. Gerber '68 (80) Lindell C. Gardner '72 do Boy Scouts of America 2512 S. 9 I E Place 1060 Main Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74129 River Edge, New Jersey 07661 COUNSELORS DEPUTY * 'SO counselor needed Joseph J. Rembusch '62 * '81 counselor needed 104 Laurel Lane '82 Jra D. Crews, Jr., OKLA '45 DeKalb, Illinois 60115 COUNSELORS OREGON STATE (1922) XII '80 Richard L. Warner '73 235 N.W. 25th Street '81 William E. Feithen '75 Corvallis, Oregon 97330 '82 William O. Otten '72 TRUSTEE J. L. LeMaster '48 (80) NORTHERN IOWA (1968) VIII 160 East 48th Street, Apt. II-K 1927 College Avenue New York, New York 10017 Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 DEPUTY TRUSTEE Allan J. Vendetti '64 Stephen C. Little '76 25 I4 N. W. Glenwood Drive 2033 Friley Road Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Ames, Iowa 500 I 0 COUNSELORS DEPUTY '80 Philip R. Olson '69 Barry D. Cory '75 '81 William L. Bryant '58 405 West K '82 Allan J. Vendetti '64 Forest City, Iowa 50436 PENNSYLVANIASTATE(1911) COUNSELORS III '80 Lynn D. Moeller '76 229 Locust Lane '81 Mark L. Buhrow '72 State College, Pennsylvania 16801 '82 Terrill L. Becker '73 TRUSTEE NORTHWESTERN (1880) VII Charles D. Prutzman ' 18 (82) 2307 Sheridan Road 166 Greenway North Evanston, Illinois 60201 Forest Hills, New York 11375 TRUSTEE DEPUTY ... deputy needed Edgar F. Heizer, Jr. '51 261 Bluffs Edge Drive COUNSELORS Lake Forest, Illinois 60045 '80 Robert C. Baldwin '57 DEPUTY '" '81 counselor needed * deputy needed '82 William J. Landherr, Jr. '59

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Cf"he President's GDeputy Program PURDUE (1914) VI 1290 State Street West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 TRUSTEE Richard R. Pop ham '40 (80) 60 Hanson Road Darien, Connecticut 06820 DEPUTY George W. Gard '43 3325 Melbourne Road, S. Drive Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 COUNSELORS '80 Byron T. Fox '68 '81 Frank C. Arganbright '49 '82 J o hn B. Norberg, DEPW '70 RIPON (1959) VII Brockway Hall Ripon College Ripon, Wisco nsin 54971 TRUSTEE * trustee needed DEPUTY Don F.Thomann Departm ~ nt of Education Ripon College Ripon, Wisco nsin 54971 COUNSELORS '80 David B. Brittain '49 '81 Jam es G. Hess '67 * '82 counselor needed RUTGERS (1858) I 66 College Avenue New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901 TRUSTEE Marshall M. Johnson '51 (80) 21 Appleton Road Glen Ridge, New Jersey 07028 DEPUTY Ronald Becker '57 567 Country Club Road Bridgewater, New Jersey 08807 COUNSELORS '80 Richard K. Greene '60 '81 Brian J. Paich '73 '82 George S. McLaren '75 SAN DIEGO (1968) XI 5606 Hardy Avenue San Diego, California 92115 TRUSTE E Leland J. Adams, Jr., BUCK '64 (82)

44 Griscom Road Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776 DEPUTY Phillip W. Hofmann '71 5455 Kiowa Drive, # 19 La Mesa, California 92041 COUNSELORS '80 Daniel J . Bohn '77 '81 William A. Deering, Jr. '77 '82 Terry P. McCormick '79 SOUTH DAKOTA (1971) VIII 204 N, University Street Vermillion, South Dakota 57069 TRUSTEE James T. Reimer '73 (81) 27 Palm Street Pawtucket , Rhode Island 02860 DEPUTY * deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Robert R. Rex '72 '81 Scott D, Boyd '77 '82 Robert L. Levell, Jr. '73 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (1971)

Vll 410 West Freeman Carbondale, Illinois 62901 TRUSTEE Dave Maguire '73 (80) 900 N, Linden Lane Macomb, Illinois 61455 DEPUTY Frank Halper, Jr. '76 22554 Pleasant Drive Richton Park, Illinois 60471 COUNSELORS '80 William T. Cochran '75 '81 William R. Kimmel '78 '82 John Kurtz, SYRA '48 STANFORD (1896) XI 553 Mayfi eld Avenue Stanford, California 94305 TRUSTEE

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DEPUTY James F. Coonan '38 800 Welch Road, Suite 367 Palo Alto, California 94304 COUNSELORS '80 Graeme L. MacDo nald '73 '81 O'Malley M. Miller '73 '82 James F. Coonan '38 SWARTHMORE (1894) III Swarthmore College Swarthmore , Pennsylvania 19081 TRUSTEE Joel S. Mindel '60 (82) 45 East 89th Street New York, New York 10026 DEPUTY William F. Le e, Jr. '60 10 Ogden Avenue Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 COU NSELORS 'SO Benjamin Kalkstein '72 '81 Charles R. Lansberry '67 '82 L. Wesley Argo '57 SYRACUSE (1873) II 711 Comstock Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210 DEPUTY ... trustee needed DEPUTY Carleton B. Laidlaw, Jr. '55 247 Green wood Place Syracuse, New York 13210 COUNSELORS '80 Peter M. Baigent '68 '81 Vladimir Breuer '40 '82 Alfred J . Lewis '27 TECHNOLOGY (1891) I 526 Beacon Street Boston, Massach use tts 02215 TRUSTEE Charles A. Morton, Jr. '45 (81) Springwood Path. Laurel Hollow Syosset, New York 11791 DEPUTY Martin V. Zombeck '57 42 Fletcher Street Winchester. Massachusetts 01890 COUNSELORS '80 Robert J. Lep kowski '76 '81 Ezra F. Stevens '27 '82 Douglas S. Luther '73 TENNESSEE (1969) IV 1845 Terrace Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37916 TRUSTEE Charles S. Carter '71 (82) 1103 Stoney Brook Road Jeffersonville, Pennsylvania 19401 DEPUTY T. Michael Knies '71 1713 Granda Bouleva rd Knoxville , Tennessee 37922 COUNSELORS '80 T. Michael Knies '71 '81 Eyvind Thor '69 '82 Anthony L. Ostendorf '72 TEXAS (1949) X 2510 Leon Street Austin, Texas 76705 TRUSTEE Henry L. Baccus '50 (82) 805 Elizabeth Boulevard Granbury, Texas 76048 DEPUTY II< deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 James A. Smith, Jr. '76 '81 Frederick R. Hamilton '70 '82 Leland W. Waters ' 73 TORONTO (1899) II 182 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5R 2N3 TRUSTEE Brian G. Clark '69 (81) 17 Deerfield Terrace Mahwah, New Jersey 07430 DEPUTY II< deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Hubert M. Steenbakkers '78 '81 Paul K. Joannou '78 '82 Martin R. Reader '73

TUFTS (1886) I tt4 Professors Row Medford, Massachusetts 02 J 55 TRUSTEE James H. Vineburgh '66 37 Long View Road Wes t Hartford, Connecticut 06107 DEPUTY ~ deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Rich ard D. Oliver '76 '8 1 Douglas G. Moxham '64 '82 Thomas D. MacDowell '74 TYLER (1971) X Tyler Junior College, Box 210 Tyler, Texas 75701 TRUSTEE Henry L. Baccus, TEXA '50 (81) 805 Eli zabe th Boulevard Granbury, Texas 76048 DEPUTY Donald W. Paape, WIS C '53 3618 Jill Circle Tyler, Texas 75701 COUNSELORS '80 John L. Olson '77 '81 Sabin A. Warrick '76 '82 Mark M. Newton '76 UNION (1838) I Union College Schenectady, New York 12308 TRUSTEE Robert W. Benjamin '67 (81) 38 Campbell Road Short Hills, New Jersey 07078 DEPUTY Michael A. Martin '73 10 Georgian Terrace, #8 Troy, New York 12180 COUNSELORS '80 Edwin J. Parisi '76 '81 Kinzie L. Weimer '73 '82 Lawrence J. Dagostino '75 VIRGINIA (1922) IV 180 Rugby Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 TRUSTEE George G. Shelton '38 (81) 49 Valley Road Old Westbury, New York 11568 DEPUTY Gordon Granger I V '51

b~~~~:t~I;~Jle~ ~i~~~Gx~'2903 COUNSELORS '80 Stephen W. Pournaras '75 '81 Gregory C. Eckman '77 '82 cou nselor needed WASHINGTON (1910) XII 4508 19th Avenue, N E Seattle, Washington 98105 TRUSTEE Frederick T. VanDyk '55 (82) 9104 S. E. 54th Street Mercer Island, Washington 98040 DEPUTY Richard R. Dilling '66 17051 10th N.W. Seattle, Washington 98177 COUNSELORS '80 Rand L. Terwilleger '71 '81 Byron L. Richards '7 J '82 Howard D. Hillinger '75 WASHINGTON STATE (1933) XII N.E. 815 Ruby Street Pullman, Washington 99163 TRUSTEE Earl L. Marble '58 (82) 3994 East Road, ROUle #3 Cazenovia, New York 13035 DEPUTY Steven J. Tucker '72 3204 South Bates Road Spokane , Washington 99206 COUNSELORS '80 Robert F. Fahrer, NDAK '66 '81 Steven D. Bertholf '74 '82 Ronald H. Miller '73 WESTERN ILLINOIS(1974) VII 526 North Lafayette Macomb, Illinois 61455

TRUSTEE Bruce E. Peterson '74 (8t) 991 River Drive, Apt. 310 Kankakee, Illinois 60901 DEPUTY David K. Bivens '75 900 N. Charles Street, Apt. 34 Macomb, Illinois 61455 COUNSELORS '80 Thomas W. Shogren '75 '81 Keith E. Nester '76 '82 Patrick C. Mooney '74 WESTERN ONTARIO (1931) VI 294 Central Avenue London, Ontario N6B 2CS TRUST EE Richard S. Clewes '50 (80) 2334 Mississauga Road N. Mississauga, Ontario L5H 2Ll DEPUTY Thomas L. Hrivnak '74 259 Golfdale Road Toronto, Ontario M4N 2C2 COUNSELORS '" 'SO counselor needed '" 'SI counselor needed 'S2 Lawrence Tugman '75 WESTERN RESERVE (1847) V 10923 Magno lia Dri ve Cleveland, Ohio 44106 TRUSTEE David J. H abe rt '75 (81) 6301 Georlfetown Pk. McLean. Vtrginia 22101 DEPUTY 'George S. Baldwin 'IS 1552 Burlington Road Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118 COUNSELORS 'SO Gerald S. Powers '54 '81 Stephen E. Williams '76 '82 Albert K. Nakanishi '78 WICHITA (1959) IX 1720 North Vassar Wichita, Kansas 67208 TRUSTEE Lynn E. Ambler '68 (80) 67 Raymond Street Stratford, Connecticut 06497 DEPUTY Anthony W. Phillips '74 2200 S. Rock Road, Apt. 1810 Wichita, Kansas 67207 COUNSELORS '80 Gregory D. Phillips '76 '81 Lloyd F. Phelps '72 '82 Patrick J. Crowley '77 WISCONSIN (1885) VII 644 N. Frances Street Madison, Wis consin 53703 TRUSTEE Bruce H. Fellows '50 (80) 120 Huntington Road Port Washington, New York 11050 DEPUTY David J. Meyers '77 2018 Greenway Cross Madison, Wisco nsin 53703 COUNSELORS '80 George W. Gjermundson '76 '81 Richard E. Clack '70 '82 David A. Seifert '70

ADU, MASSACHUSETTS (University of Massachusetts) I P.O. Box 633 Amherst. Massachuse tts 01002 ADU, MCGILL (McGill Universit y) II 522 Pine Avenue West Montreal, Quebec, H2Z IS6 DEPUTY E. Hunter Brumell '68 1 Place Ville Maric, Rm. 501 Montreal, Quebec H3B I Z4 ADU, MICHIGAN STATE (Michigan State U nivcrsity) VI 334 Evergreen East Lansing, Michigan 48823 DEPUTY William F. Savage '56 2224 Tulane Drive Lansing, Michigan 48912 COUNSELORS '80 William T. Barger '71 '" '81 counselor needed '82 Floyd Sims ' 71 ADU,OREGON (University of Oregon) XII 1059 Hilyard Street Eugene, Oregon 97401 DEPUTY James H. Morrison, NILL '74 P.O. Box 1571 Eugene, Oregon 97401 COUNSELORS '80 Paul E. Price '30 '81 Ted W. Charles '32 '82 Milo M. Marlatt '34 ADU, PENNSYLVANIA (University of Pennsylvania) III 3902 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvan ia 19104 DEPUTY Robert M. Bartus '71 2415 Independence Avenue Roslyn, Pennsylvania 19001 COUNSELORS '80 Fred H. Kell ey, Jr. '50 '81 Fulton W. Samson '21 '82 Harry W. VanSciver '53 ADU, SOUTH CAROLINA (University of South Carolina) IV P.O. Box 80036 Columbia, South Carolina 29208 DEPUTY Daniel M. Toma, Jr., OKLA '56 7909 Leabrook Road Columbia, South Carolina 29206 COUNSELORS '80 Raymond E. Tedrick, KTST '70 '81 Robert H. Uehling, RIPO '70 ADU, SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE (Southwest Missouri State University) IX Campus Union, Box 117 Springfield, Missouri 65802 DEPUTY '" deputy needed COUNSELORS '80 Wayne E. Hlavacek, MISR '69 '81 Gregory J. Smith, BUCK '71 '82 Edwin S. Hill, MARl '50

MOVING Please send us your new address and mailing label from the back cover of this issue. Allow SIX weeks for change of address, Send to: Delta Upsilon Fraternity P, 0, Box 40108

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I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING

AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST

Marriages Bradley '74 - William j. Bittner and Miss Lisa T. Robinov on May 20, 1979. Houston '82 - R. Cody jackson and Miss janet Lynne Taylor in Houston, Texas on january 3, 1979. Manitoba '79 - Craig E. Gottfred and Miss Nancy P. Ames in Winnipeg, Manitoba on February 16, 1979. Minnesota '72 - james L. Halling and Miss LaVern Lukkason on October 15, 1978. North Dakota '76 - Craig R. Campbell and Miss Deborah L. Scott at Logansport, Indiana on May 19, 1979. Southern Illinois '78 - Kenneth A. Lindstrom and Miss Edna Markham on April 21, 1979. Western Illinois '73 - Glenn A. Gustavson and Miss Kathy Kavalskas on October 14, 1978.

Births Bradley '74 - Mr. and Mrs . Thomas j. Conway of joliet, Illinois, a son, Matthew Michael on March 19 , 1979. Central Missouri '72 - Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Meek of Warrensburg, Missouri, a son, Kurt jason, on March 16, 1979. Florida '72 - Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Levy of Sarasota, Florida, a son, Adam Hilly on March 22, 1979. Louisville '76 - 1st Lt. and Mrs. Kevin H. Winters of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, a daughter, Amy Elizabeth on March 13, 1979. Miami '71 - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hoverman of Lebanon, Ohio, twins, a son, Thomas john, and a daughter, jennifer Lynn, on May 4, 1978. Northwestern '75 - Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Carney of Fort Dodge , Iowa, a son, Michael Robert on july 28, 1977 and a son, Patrick joseph on March 25, 1979. Ohio State '74 - Mr. and Mrs. jerome C. Sayre, jr . of Worthington , Ohio, a daughter, Allison Ruth, on February 14, 1979. Purdue '69 - Mr. and Mrs. james L. Dehner of Poway, California, a son, Be njamin Lawrence on November 8, 1978. Western Illinois '75 - Mr. and Mrs. jeffrey S. Anspach, a daughter, Brittanne Nicole, on路 February 7, 1979.

Obituaries It is with regret that the Quarterly announces the death of the following brothers: BOWDOIN Ralph C. Brown, jr. '50, july 2, 1977 *Maurice P. Hill ' 12 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

BROWN Alfred S. Cleaves '28, Oct. 31, 1978 Alfred V. Gell '31, Nov. 15, 1978 Robert R. Moyer '20, Nov. 24, 1978 Maurice B. Thompson '25, Nov. 14, 1978 Edward R. Welles '33, May 27, 1978 Ellis L. Yatman '11, Oct. 28,1978 CALIFORNIA john L. Sublett '34 CARNEGIE jacob C. Siegle' 13 Andrew C. Stedry '55, june 6, 1978 COLGATE Fred W. Beal '02, Sept. 15, 1962 Albert W. Hughes '11, March 22, 1979 Eugene E. Ke rn '36, Nov. 28, 1978 COLORADO STATE *Donald C. Clausen II '74 COLUMBIA Wesley Hardenbergh '18, jan. 8, 1979 Andrew W. Lawson,jr. '36, Feb. 27,1978 CORNELL Robert H . Schroeter' 19, june 6, 1978 *Edward E: Wilson '42 DARTMOUTH Arthur P. Brandt '55, March 25, 1976 Arnold H. Salisbury '33 , Nov. 2, 1977 DEPAUW H. F. Erdman '29 HARVARD Rene E. Hoguet '08, March 1, 1978 Willard Lewis '05, Feb. 7, 1965 ILLINOIS john M. Randolph '66, Oct. 22, 1977 Kenneth L. Wilson '20, Feb. 2, 1979 INDIANA Wilfred G. Hendershot '15, March 24, 1979 Louisj. Hill,jr. '47, May 1977 john L. Warrick '23, july 9, 1978 IOWA Louis A. Bronson '50, Sept. 21 , 1977 IOWA STATE Robert D. Campbell '66, jan. 19, 1979 JOHNS HOPKINS james F. Douty '33, Feb. 18, 1979 KANSAS Ralph E. Kiene '22, Sept. 1974 LAFAYETTE G. E. Morris Allen '35 LEHIGH *David R. Berg '38 Robertj. Lyons '47,july 5,1976 LOUISVILLE Robert W. Kincheloe '32 MANITOBA Hector j. Craig '31 All an j . Pakulak '66 MARIETTA Edward D. Hines '49 E. Wayne jordan '24, March 16, 1979 MCGILL james B. Woodyatt '07, Feb. II, 1979 MIAMI Harry F. Brockmeier '44, jan. 10, 1979 MICHIGAN STATE james C. Hufford '51 MIDDLEBURY Clyd e A. jefts '17, Dec. 9, 1977 NEBRASKA Hugh M. Carson '22 Edward C. Welsh '29, Dec. 1978 NORTHWESTERN David W. Baker '28,jan. 14, 1979 George H. Wright '30

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OHIO STATE Donovan A. Earnhart '22, April 26, 1979 Re uben B. Hoover '36, March 21 , 1979 Robert A. jennings '34, May 20, 1975 OKLAHOMA Dallas J. Clements '30, Sept. I, 1978 Grady E. jackson '33, March 16, 1967 PENNSYLVANIA J. D. Bean '29 PENNSYLVANIA STATE Russell W. Armbruster '24 Henry L. Haines '21, jan. 9, 1979 Edwin S. Sweeten '51, Dec. 2,1978 PURDUE Charles J. Haring '2 9, April 25, 1979 *Glenn F. Roquemore '37 George V. Sherman '69, Oct. II, 1977 james T. Tonne '75, Feb. 6, 1979 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Sean P. Lo effel '80 TECHNOLOGY Benjamin S. Kingsbury '42, jan. 29, 1979 Allan G. Waite '13, jan. 5, 1979 TEXAS Max Bellah '52, March 24, 1979 TUFTS Alex G. Ferris '54, Feb. 18, 1979 UNION DeWitt S. Snell '19, Feb. 5, 1979 WASHINGTON Thomas D. Bolles '26 D. C. Stanley '43 Mark Allen Thacker '82, jan. 3, 1979 WESTERN MICHIGAN Robert C. Peltz '63, April 2, 1979 WESTERN ONTARIO George E. Harris '43 , Oct. 9, 1977 S. H. Humphrys '44, Oct. 30, 1978 Donald j. Twiss '36, Nov. 16, 1978 WICHITA Truman W. Grauel '62, Jan. 3, 1979 WILLIAMS Alexander H. Cameron '39, March 10, 1979 *H. K. Greer '22 WISCONSIN Donald E. Compton '21, March 23, 1979 Charles W. Morris '22, Jan. 15, 1979 *The Post Office has notified us of the death of these brothers.

Corrections In the April 197 9 issue of the magazine, we were incorrectly advised by the Post Office of the death of John Jeffers, Maryland '79. Brother jeffers is alive and we regret the error in our listing. Also in the April issue we incorrectly listed the chapter of H . Dickson Ash , Swarthmore '25.

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