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Pre-Publication orders are being t aken until August 30 at $25.95 each. After August 30, the price will be $40. The 150 Year History is moving near to being finished . .. 27 chapters have been written and are being set in type as this issue of the Quarterly goes to press. Pictured with Orville H. Read, Missouri '33, longtime editor of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly, and author, is the newly appointed Fraternity Development Director Gregory R. Kavanagh, Miami '81. Kavanagh, whose appointment was approved by the Trustees of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, will work on the 150th anniversary capital campaign of the Foundation. Copies of the 150 Year History will be provided to Foundation donors of $1,000 and more.

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OFFICERS President McNamara, Miami '29 (Vice-Chairman ) McNamara and Mc Namara 88 E. Broad Stree t , Co!uml?us, Ohio 4 321 5 Vice-Presidents The Honorable Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 Judge of the District COllrt Shawnee Count}' Courthouse Topeka, Kansas 66603 Richard S. Clewes, Western Ontario '50 2334 Mississauga Road Mississ<tuga, Ontano L5H 2Ll Dr. Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska '34 255 Possum Park Road, Apt. 302 Newark , Delaware 19711 Edwin T. Mosher, Sa n Jose '52 16350 Ridgecre st Avenue, Monte Sereno, California 95030 Secretary Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 Krieg DeVault Alexander & Capehart, 2800 Indiana National Bank Tower One Indiana Square, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Assistant Secretary Dr. Richard Moran, Rutgers '72 Atari 1'. O. Box 427 Sunnyvale, California 94086 Treasurer .Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46 Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc., 151 N. Delaware Suite 135, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Assistant Treasurer F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 5857 Pine Grove Road Clay, New York 13041

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Directors David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 84 Burning Tree Road Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 (1 984) H. Karl Huntoon, lIIinois '72 1610 Fifth Avenue Moline, Illinois 61265 (1983) John D. Hamrick, J.r., North Carolina '83 Delta Upsilon Fraternity 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina 275 14 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 14 Hillside Avenue Pt. Washington, New York 11050 (1983) Richard L . Smoot, Colorado '62 577 Gregory Lane Devon, Penns ylvania 19333 (1982) Past Presidents Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21 William F . Jones, Nebraska '27 Arad Riggs, DePauw '26 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn. State '18 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '37 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '3 1 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 O . Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 Executive Director Wilford A. Butler, CAE Fraternity Development Director Gregory R. Kavanagh Fraternity Services Director Dennis W . Koch Leadership Consultants Russell L. Grundhauser Richard M. Holland David K. Legman Qua r terly Editor W. A. Butler, CAE, Western Michigan '61 Assistant Editor Jo Ellen Walden Design Consultant J . L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48 Official Photographer Ed Lacey, Jr. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY, a publication of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, founded in 1834, Inco rporated, December 10. 1909, under laws of the State of New York. Delta Upsilon International Fraternit y Headquarters, P.O. Box 40108, Indianapolis . Indiana 46240. Headquarte rs is o pe n from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., E,S.T., Monday through Friday. Telephone 317-875-8900. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERL Y is published in January. A!~nl,July and October at 8705 Founders Road , Indianapo IS, Indiana 46268. The subscription price (checks and money orde rs should be made pa yable to Delta U psilon Fraternity) is $3.00 a year in advance; single copies 75f/.. Send changes of address and correspondence of a business or editorial nature to Delta Upsilon Fraternit y, P.O. Box 40108, Indiana polis , Indiana 46240 , Seco~?-class p~s.tage paid at Indianapolis, Indiana and at addltlonal mallmg offices. 庐 T. M. Registered U. S. Patent Office.

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crhe President's GReport In the most recent issue of the Quarterly for April, 1983, our executive director, Bill Butler, appeals for alumni volunteers to help save an "endangered dozen" Delta Upsilon chapters. During my two years as president of our fraternity, I have written and spoken and worked to convince our alumni that each of our chapters needs help and assistance from alumni. Here in Columbus where I live and practice law, I have a friend whose experience is unique in college fraternity affairs. He is Robin Bell, Ohio State '28, retired business executive. As an undergraduate, Robin played football and basketball for Ohio State and belonged to Phi Delta Theta, which he served as steward, house manager and treasurer, On his return to Columbus in 1957, he attended a joint meeting of his chapter and house corporation, At lunch this week, he told me it was a sad meeting and there appeared to be a general agreement to shut down the chapter and let the bank take over the property. "I could hardly believe that my fraternity could be in such a state and a feeling of guilt struck me because I had done nothing substantial since leaving Columbus 25 years before." He helped reorganize the house corporation and develop a plan that saved the chapter and the chapter house. So far in Robin's experience, there is not much that is unique. A similar situation developed at my own chapter at Miami University and at dozens, perhaps hundreds, of other fraternity chapters, What is unique is the fact that out of this experience with the Ohio State chapter of Phi Delta Theta, Robin Bell, with the encouragement of the coordinator of Greek affairs at OSU, has written a book he titled, "Instant Executives." This book, now in its fourth edition, tells of his successful work with his own chapter and addresses itself to the particular needs of the student leader in a Greek organization , Robin takes management principles, proven in business and his own

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chapter work, and describes them in terms that apply to daily fraternity life. At lunch, Robin gave me a copy of his book. Only a meeting and conversation with my friend could adequately convey to you the pleasure and the rewards he has experienced in his unique contribution to the welfare of the American college fraternity system . This book is part of the Ohio State University Greek Affairs Education Program and approximately 20,000 copies have been printed and used in many chapters in many fraternities on many campuses. You and I may never write a book as Robin Bell did, but you and I can make a contribution to lives of the members of a chapter of Delta Upsilon by volunteering to be a chapter alumnus advisor, To quote from Bill Butler's article in the April Quarterly: "The rewards of watching men become leaders is what keeps our most faithful alumni hard at work." May I respectfully urge you to take the time and make the effort to visit your own chapter, or any chapter near you, and inquire what you can do to contribute. There is a job for you and you will enjoy it! Try it! Fraternally

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PAUL McNAMARA

President

Delta Upsilon Quarterly July 1983 Volume 101 -

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The Interfraternity Cosmos Chapter Installations . . .. . . . . DU Bookshelf .. . " ......... Chapter News Reports Comment on Fraternity President's Club ... . ... .. ... Alumni Support Honor Roll Vital Statistics ... ,', . . . . " ..

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The Interfraternity Cosmos A Helping Network Meeting Challenges Of New Times for the Greeks By Wilford A. Butler, CAE Quarterly Editor

Visitors to the College Park headquarters location of Delta U psilon International Fraternity often express surprise that there are other fraternity groups in close proximity to our administrative center. When it is explained that Delta Upsilon was the first fraternity to build a new headquarters building in Indianapolis, and that the fraternity actively encouraged other national and international Greek-letter grou ps to cluster together on Founders Road, even more surprise may be expressed. "How can you be next to the XYZ headquarters?" they ask. "On our campus, XYZ is our strongest competitor, and we could no more live next door to them than we could get all of our alumni to return for homecoming this fall." This then is an attempt to tell the unique and wonderful story of interfraternity cooperation: that unique network organization that is unusual and much encouraged in the interfraternity world. Indianapolis, Indiana, first attracted the headquarters of fraternity groups in the early 1900's. Unique to the State of Indiana was favorable taxation treatment, geographic location that was within one day's driving distance of 50 percent of the population of the United States - also the area of greatest concentration of undergraduate chapters and alumni. At first, fraternity headquarters were located in the spare room, a basement, or even the garage of a member who often served as the volunteer secretary. Later, when paid professional staff was engaged, office suites or old houses were purchased in the city to house fraternity central offices. During the era of converted residences as headquarters, the value of these properties increased in most cases, but their efficiency with 42

respect to business operation was never optimal. With operations spread out on two or three floors and such things as window air conditioning units, the costly remodeling led several fraternities to look for permanent headquarters facilities that would be designed for specific headquarters uSe. When, in the late 1960's Delta Upsilon studied its headquarters location and moved the headquarters of the fraternity from leased office space in New York City to temporary office space made available by Buert R. SerVaas, Indiana '41, plans were already in process for location of a permanent building site. After an extensive search of alternative locations, one was found in College Park, a 650-acre unitzoned development of the College! University Corporation. Early plans called for the development of a tract within the area for a Collegiate Center that would attract national headquarters of collegiate organizations. Since Delta Upsilon'S building plans were well underway, the land was optioned. Then, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity decided that they would actually make the first purchase in the development, and did so. At the same time, the national headquarters of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) were relocated from New York City to Indianapolis; and work was commenced on the construction of the AAU facility. As路 contractors completed work on the AAU headquarters, work was commencing on the Delta U psilon headquarters which was completed Oil time and under budget and occupied in December of 1970. Our neighbors, the TEKE's, were building their new facility, and next to join us was the central

office facility of Alpha Chi Omega. At the same time, Lambda Chi Alpha International Headquarters optioned and purchased a lot at the end of Founders Road. Next we were joined by Alpha Xi Delta International Headquarters across the street; by Zeta Tau Alpha Headquarters and most recently the completion of the Alpha Gamma Delta facility which shares a common driveway with Delta U psilon. Clearly something exciting was happening in Indianapolis, and the Greeks were a big part of it. About the same time that Delta Upsilon moved into its headquarters, Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity and then Sigma Delta Tau moved into the building located at 3333 Founders Road. This building was later sold and is occupied by a nationally known engineering firm. Sigma Delta Tau located in an office building a few blocks to the North and Sigma Alpha Mu purchased a building for their headquarters in suburban Carmel, Indiana. The National Interfraternity Conference headquarters was relocated to Indianapolis in the 1970's, first to facilities across the heath from the Founders Road address, and later at the building located at 3901 West 86th Street, which also is the office location of the headquarters of Acacia, Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Sigma Kappa. At the same time, the following Greek-letter groups that had been located in the city remained in their locations or found new ones as need and growth demanded. They include: Alpha Kappa Lambda, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma Epsilon and Sigma Kappa. This brings to 18 the total number of fraternity groups with headquarters in the city, and the growth has not stopped yet. There are cur-

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rently three grou ps that have Indianapolis under consideration, a process that may take several years of study and consideration. During any given year there are general fraternity officers of a score of fraternal organizations in the area. We can point to the immediate past presidents of Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Chi; to several former officers and present officials of Alpha Phi; Alpha Xi Delta; to name some that come to mind at once. On any given weekend, the governing board of at least one and sometimes three to six fraternity groups converge on the city for their regular meetings. Not too surprisingly, the fraternity headquarters office managers and business affairs directors meet regularly to discuss trends. They purchase some office supplies in quantity to get the advantage of the best prices. Agend~s include everything from cleaning services to typewriter repair cont~acts and new interviewing technIques. In College Park, there is a College Park Property Owners Association that meets regularly to deal with such common concerns as snow removal, maintenance and upkeep of the common areas, installation of street lights, stop signs, and other projects that benefit all. Delta Upsilon Office Manager J 0 Ellen Walden represents the fraternity at both the office managelS conflabs and at the regular meetings of the property owners association. On a day to day basis there is a lot of information that flows from headquarters to headquarters. Because it is a short walk or a brief local telephone call away, benefits accrue to all of the headquarters staffs that take part. When a copier breaks down in the middle of a vital meeting, there is always another headquarters that will loan the use of theirs for a replacement. Electric punches, paper cutters, paper drills, plate embossers, reducing copiers and audio visual facilities all get shared use at some time during the year. In short, there is a spirit of sharing, cooperation, and information DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

exchange that is enhanced by the physical proximity of fraternity grou ps in the city.

Dr. W. H. P. Faunce

On a larger scope, the interfraternity cosmos starts with the National Interfraternity Conference, which came out of a concern expressed by Delta Upsilon alumnus Dr. W. H. P. Faunce, Brown 1880, president of Brown University. He helped to found the Conference in 1909. Clifford M. Swan, Technology 1899, was also instrumental and influential in providing Conference leadership as chairman in 1929; and Horace G. Nichol, Carnegie '21, was chairman and first administrator of the Conference's permanent office operation. Nichol also served as a long-time trustee of the National Interfraternity Foundation and was the chairman of the committee that published the book Fraternities In Our Colleges, one of the most useful books ever written about the college fraternity movement.

In addition to the National Interfraternity Conference, there is the Interfraternity Research and Advisory Conference (IRAC) that serves as a dissemination point for news and information that is of interest to all fraternal organizations connected with higher education and the college student. Exactly 60 years ago, college fraternity editors gathered for their first meetings. Delta Upsilon Quarterly editors such as Herbert Wheaton Congdon, Columbia 1897; Harvey R. Cook, Rutgers '23; Carroll B. Larrabee, Brown '18; and Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 were involved in that organization, although none served as President of the Association.

Canoil B. Lanabee, BTOwn '18

In the Fraternity Executives Association, Elmer A. Glenn, Rutgers '24, was involved in the early formulation of that group. The FEA, formerly known as the College Fraternity Secretaries Association, is the association of fraternity chief staff executives. Executive Director Butler has served the FEA in a variety of capacities, ranging from editor of its regular news bulletin for sixteen years to director of the FEA committee for the Interfraternity Institute and President of the association. Homce G. Nichol, Carnegie '21, received his NIC Gold Medal for his intelfmtemity service.

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New DU Chapters Installed at V.P .1. and South Carolina

by Gregory R. Kavanagh, Miami '81 Delta Upsilon installed the Virginia Tech Chapter on the weekend of March 4-5,1983 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. Installation ce remonies began on Friday evening, when led by Province Four Governor, Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73, and Fraternity Services Director, Gregory R. Kavanagh, fifty-six undergraduates proceeded through Rite One of the Ritual of Initiation . Members of the installation team, representing the International Fraternity, held a planning and goal setting session with the executive committee following the ceremony . Rite Two of installation took place Saturday afternoon, as candidates for initiation gathered in Squires Theatre on campus. Serving as Master was Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46, Treasurer of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity. Assisting in the installation ceremony were Chief Marshal James ,,yo Hawes, Kansas '50, and Assistant Marshal Gary L. Nunn, Ohio '69. Brother Rosenthal served as Chaplain. Brother Martin T. Baxter II, Virginia '80, formerly with the Fraternity professional staff and who was instrumental in forming the colony in its developmental stages, gave the inspiring Charge. Badges were presented to the new initiates and the presentation of the chapter charter was made to Chapter President Stephen R. Davis, Virginia Tech '84, by Pro-

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vince Governor Rosenthal. Brother Kavanagh then installed the officers and decorated President Davis with the badge of Ralph C. Custer, Purdue '21. The president's badge will then be passed down to each succeeding president. Following the ceremonies, nearly 150 guests, including many parents. gathered for a reception. President Davis, as toas.t master, introduced Beverly Sgro, Coordinator of Greek Affairs. She congratulated the new chapter on its commitment to excellence and praised the members in their example of leadership at VPI. She pledged the support of the university in insuring a prosperous future. Brother Rasmussen, representing the International Fraternity, expressed his great pride in adding such an outstanding group to the ranks of Delta Upsilon, and presented a special plaque from himself and Mrs. Rasmussen. Dr. James Hawes, president of the alumni corporation, said his commitment would continue as the search for a chapter house begins. Dr. Hawes was surprised by the special award made to him commemorating his 25 years of service as a member of Delta Upsilon. A greeting on behalf of parents was made by John G. Davis, father of the new chapter president. Stephen Davis then spoke on behalf of the chapter, urging them to continue the hard work that had brought the members to this occasion, and thanked the members, parents, alumni, university, and

Fraternity staff for their support and guidance over the last two years. Presentations from representatives of Province Four chapters were then made to the new chapter. On behalf of Province Four, Brother Rosenthal gave a specially framed installation invitation and Brother Kavanagh presented flags of the United States, Canada and Delta Upsilon from the International Fraternity. R. Scott Davis , Georgia Tech '83, welcomed the chapter with a copy of Baird's Manual for the chapter library. Stuart S. Thompson, North Carolina State '84, presented a gavel to the new chapter president and BruceJ.Jenkins, Virginia '83, presented a bound edition of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly also for the library. Brother Jenkins noted his pride in the fact that his brother Barry J. Jenkins, Virginia Tech '84, had been initiated that day. Concluding the awards was a gift from the soonto-be-installed South Carolina colony of a brass door knocker. Ending the reception activities, Brother Kavanagh made special recognition of the fine efforts of installation chairman Richart C. Kahler, Virginia Tech '84, who received a well deserved round of applause. Delta Upsilon added another new cha pteI' to its rolls with the installation of the South Carolina Chapter at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, in ceremonies held April 8-9, 1983 . Clarisophic Hall on the University campus was the site for Rite One of Initiation which was led by Province Four Governor,

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Paul E. Rosenthal, and Fraternity Services Director, Gregory R. Kavanagh. S路ixty-three undergraduates and alumni took the initial vows at this ceremony. Following the preliminary ritual, members of the installation team met with the executive committee to set new goals and review progress made to date. On Saturday afternoon, the candidates assembled for Rite Two of installation at Kathwood Baptist Church. International Fraternity Treasurer, Donald C. Rasmussen, Purdue '46, led the installation team. Lawrence M. Jackson, Texas '81, served as Chief Marshal and Dr. Alexander L. Kolibac, Western Ontario '59, served as Assistant Marshal. South Carolina University President James B. Holderman, Denison '58, delivered the Charge to the initiates. Badges of membership were presented to 63 initiates by Brother Rasmussen with the assistance of Brother Kolibac. The chapter charter was presented by Brother Rosenthal to Walter Anderson, South Carolina '84, chapter president. Brother Kavanagh presented President Anderson with the president's badge and presentations of the rollbook, ritual and gavel were made to the remaining executive officers. Following the ceremonies, a reception was held at the President's House hosted by Dr. and Mrs. James B. Holderman. A special cake was presented by the Holdermans to the new chapter, and Brother Rasmussen made a surprise presentation to Brother Holderman recognizing his 25 years of membership in Delta Upsilon. The reception was concluded with the traditional flag raising ceremonies outside on the campus green. An installation banquet was held that evening at the Holiday Inn City Center with 150 in attendance. John N. Gardner, South Carolina '65, who was initiated as a faculty member, was toastmaster. Julie Busch, Coordinator of Greek Affairs, congratulated the new chapter on behalf of the University, and Brother Rasmussen expressed the pride and pleasure of the Board of Directors of Delta Upsilon on the installation of the first chapter in the state of South Carolina. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Stephen Sheppard, South Carolina '80, welcomed the new brothers on behalf of the alumni corporation and presented Walter Anderson with a plaque commemorating the occasion . Brother Jackson presented a large scale DU map to be displayed in the chapter house. Brother Kavanagh read messages of congratulations from area alumni who were unable to attend the ceremonies and presented the official flags to the chapter. A framed invitation and letter were presented from Pau l Rosenthal, Province Governor. Province Four representatives made other presentations to the chapter of books for their library and other commemorative plaques. BrotherJackson was awarded the Meritorious Service Award by the newly installed chapter in recognition of his efforts in helping the colony achieve their installation goal. Brother Mark Bolembach , South Carolina '86, was recognized for his outstanding work as installation chairman and presented with a special recognition button. A surprise conclusion was the presentation to Brother Rasmussen by Walter Anderson ofa check from the South Carolina Chapter in the amount of $255 for the Educational Foundation's Second Century Challenge Fund.

people knew what the word meant, project the changing American scene as the baby boom of the 1940s becomes the senior boom at the turn of this century. After defining and characterizing the various age groups of the adult population, the authors point the way toward new concepts of maturity. They suggest many ways in which the vast human resources of America can be put to best use, particularly in their advocacy of the contributions made by age groups once considered too old to do anything. Their listings of agencies dealing with the concerns of older people will prove to be invaluable to those who suddenly find themselves being squeezed out of the mainstream of American life. This book is for the young as well: gerontology-related career opportunities and educational programs are presented.

G[)V GBookshelf Yau and the S eniar B aam, coauthored by Louise Minter Odell and Charles E. Odell, Sr., Syracuse '37, Exposition Press, Inc., 900 South Oyster Bay Road, Hicksville, New York 11801, $12 .50 hardback.

Louise and Charles Odell, a professional couple active in the field of gerontology long before most

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Ghapter GActivities GReview

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ALBERTA

Douglas J. Weir, President 11020 86th Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T6G OX2 During the term we strengthened our membership and are developing a good rush program . We have also started a house improvements program , increased our charity work, and developed a scholarship program. ALUMNI EVENT: September 1983, rush banquet, at the University Faculty Club. Initiates: Jacques Lee, Steve Young, Lyndon DecQJ路e.

ARKANSAS Frank F. McCrady, III, President 10 North Garland Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 The chapter sponsored a Christmas Singphony this last December. This was a musical competition among campus living groups with proceeds going to the Diabetes Foundation . We have hosted a dinner for every sorority housemother and officers this semester, and have become more active in campus organizations. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day, December 15, 1983. Initiates: John Goodwin, David Loenneke, Neils Lundstedt, Robert Paxton, Chris Reichert, Randy Robinette, Bill Welwood, Nelson Campbell.

ARLINGTON

Rutile/ford House

Alberta Alumni The Historic Sites Service that currently operates Rutherford House (Delta Upsilon Chapter house from 1940 to 1969) as a historic site open for public tours, is in the process of restoring the house. They are searching for early photographs of the interior of the house and any furniture which belonged to the Rutherford family. If you have any information you may contact Karen Christiansen, Alberta Culture, Old St. Stephen'S College, 8820-112 Street, Edmonton , 'Alberta T6G 2P8 or call 403427-2022.

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R. Craig Smith, President 719 West Abram Arlington, Texas 76013 We are enjoying improved alumni relations, as well as the spring and fall rush. House renovations included a nell' roof, secure foundation and complete re-wiring of the electrical system. Our spring festival was successful and our football and soccer teams were the champions. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual turkey bowl at Thanksgiving . . Initiates: Brett Brown, Ken Buska, Zach Childs, Emmet Devlin, Bob Estes, Stan Estes, Brad Hull, KenJones,James Mathis, James Moffett, Randy Patton, R. E. Roa, Kyle Schnable, Rob Sepanski, Alex Sodek, D. H. Sokol.

BAYLOR Christopher A. Curtis, President Box 102, Union Building Waco, Texas 76798 We are increasing our service projects and involvement by membership in student organizations. Our GPA has improved as well as alumni events and sponsorship through our five year anniversary. We are working toward closer communication with the administration.

Initiates: Gregg Gloff, Warren Jones, Brian Hensley, Bill Patterson, Chris Meocm, Scott Hinson, Leo Underwood, Richard Schull.

BOWLING GREEN*

Thomas J. Farmer, President Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 43403 The chapter house has undergone some interior changes in the past weeks with the painting of our entrance hall which now proudly displays our name; the donation of a bar mirror from Brother Don Slupe '62; and the purchase of new living room furniture through the support of our alumni. Our chapter recently received two awards; the first given to our pledge class for the highest new member GPA, and the second was the Red Cross blood drive plaque which is now a permanent fixture in the house. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 8. Initiates: Jay Gille, Kriss Hammond, Don Weiss.

BRADLEY

Bradley J. DeSplinter, President 1318 West Fredonia Peoria, Illinois 61606 The chapter began this term with a successful spring rush that added six members to the house. The brothers are working diligently to improve our current GPA which ranks well above the all-Greek and all-university averages. We aided United Cerebral Palsy in raising funds for their national telethon, and have two other philanthropies in the works. We have placed in every sport and are currently in the thick of the highly competitive all-sports race. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual alumni formal, October, 1983. Initiates: Richard Oleson, Eric Sandberg, Sam Newton, Dave McCalpin,James Baudino, Troy Keutzer, Brian Read, John Dado, Kent Henderson, Robert D. Bordeaux, Vincent Smith , Michael Frew, Patrick Spracklin, Mark Dechter,JeffClemenic, Terance Carlson, Anthony Ryherd .

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BUCKNELL

CHICAGO

Geoffrey H. Rea, President Bucknell University Box C路2789 Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 The Demie Play raised $2,300 for the March of Dimes. We are continuing our dinner guest program and weekly events with inmates at Lewisburg Prison . Our chapter is leading in intramural competition entering the final quarter. Another prqject was the mortgage fund drive. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming the last weekend in October.

David A. Holmes, President 5714 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 We have finished remodeling the kitchen and bar. Our chapter participated in the alumni sing. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming dinner, October 16, 6:00 p .m.

CALIFORNIA Peter F. Cella, President 2425 Warring Street Berkeley, California 94704 Our chapter finished in the top third in GPA. House improvements included a new paint job . Other activities were the "pig roast" awards dinner and the annual alumni golf and dinner day smoker. Initiates: Jerome Sullivan, Gavin Blackett, Eric Fish, I. S. Cliff, Robert Semple, Ian Johnson, Alan Saldrich, John Foster, Mike Gallagher.

CLARKSON John S. Mengucci, President 30 Elm Street Potsdam, New York 13676 Under the direction of our house manager, Dean Chase, the brotherhood and Dean especially, replaced and re painted the walls on the second floor. Our efforts toward fund-raising for house improvements have been successful thus far, netting approximately $2,000 . Pa rt of this will go for carpeting in the house. In GPA, we placed second out of 14 fraternities. We placed second also in the ice carnival showing, even though we could not compete in our strongest event, ice statue, because of the inclement weather. ALUMNI EVENT: July 9-11, alumni weekend. Pledges: Ronald W. Anderson, Robert J. Colson, John V. DeLuca, Craig T. Harvey, Peter L. Kling, Gregory L. Rieder, Peter G. Suttoni, Scott A. Thornhill, Kevin J. Tiernan, Anthony K. Wagsta ff.

Drabin , Neil Jisexto, Mike Sheehan, Doug Speegle, Bill O'Neill, Bob McCaulley, Scott Whyatt, John Graharits.

COLORADO Eric P. Cunningham, President 1012 University Avenue Boulder, Colorado 80302 With Chi Omega we co-sponsored a basketball game between the Denver Broncos and the University of Colorado Buffalos football teams with proceeds going to MS. A day of work by the chapter earned $500 from the Boulder County Division of Parks for underprivileged children. Our pledge program has been restructured along with a scholarship program. Visible results include a more enthusiastic pledge class and a higher GPA. We also continue to work on impr路o ved relations with other Greek houses and the University administration. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming reception, 6:00 p.m. at the chapter house on October 22. Initiates: Alan Benjamin, Rob Bishop, Charles Buchanan, Matt Chavez, Matthew Dickman , Andy Edwards, Raymond Fahn, Jr. , Thad Gembczynski, Mark Glasco, Tom Grotewald, Dave Hilton, Anthony Lehnert, Jay McCulloch, Andy McMullen, John Murray, Evsebio Sandoval, David Schwartz, Bob Shephard , Mark Snyder, Doug Webb, Doug Widlund.

COLORADO STATE COLBY

Ca1"1Jegie - The chapter's newest initiates are proud members of the Fmternity.

CARNEGIE Jay S. Yucht, President 5031 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 We are working toward financial stability with close work with alumni. A bea utiful new trophy case is the result of a pl edge project. We placed second in the Greek Sing and enjoyed the finest formal in our history. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming 1983. Initiates: Phil Ebbert, Jim Green, Greg H aas, Mark Hagerty,Jon Marom ,Jeff MulIer, Phil Nussbaum, Ross Serin, Joe Szoo, Alan Todtenkopf.

James A. French, President Box 550 Colby College Waterville, Maine 04901 We had the most successful pledge class in five years, and have formed numerous house committees to strengthen the chapter's relations with the school and the community. We participated in the Red Cross Blood Drive and worked for the Pine Trees Camps (retarded children). Our hockey and softball teams are the 1M champs. ALUMNI EVENT: October 14, annual alumni weekend at the house any time after noon. Initiates : Philip Desimone, Ben Lowry, Daniel McDonald, Thomas Noel, Robert Sidman, Cabot Filbrook, Matthew Canaday, Peter Wormsley, Andrew Miller, William Butler, Nicholas Nunez, Gregory Dumark, Thomas Ahern, Cecil Holskin , Chris Engstrom, Richard Bars trow , Warren Bouroughs, David Ashley, Charles Clippert, Hamilton Brower.

CENTRAL MISSOURI

COLGATE

Gary D. Brown, President Unit G, Fraternity Complex Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 Our college bowl team took thil"d place, and we I"aised our GPA this past term. We participated in a campus-wide safety belt program and were successful in intramural sports. Our spring formal was a success and a good time for all. Pledges : Bob Christenson, Robin Martinez, Jeff Smith.

Michael Morini, President Box A路59, Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346 Remodeling and renovations continue. Fred's Place has been re-done and plans for a new pool table and jukebox are in the works. Initiates: Bill Cullen, Steve Calabria, Tony Rogers, Don Franklin, Tom Burgess, Gary Dolhan, Mike Ryan , Matt Tengi, Walt Lopus, Mark Ledoux, Jack George, Chris

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Dana L. Morrison, President 412 West Laurel Fort Collins, Colorado 80521 We have attained a beautiful new chapter house beginning the fall of 1983. We have completed incorporation of our chapter and hold the IFC offices of president and 1M chairman. We won first place in the '83 Easter Seals St. Patrick's Day parade (Fort Collins) and participated in the '83 CSU Easter Seals 24 hour dance-a-thon. ALUMNI EVENT: September 24, house opening celebration at 200 East Plum, with campus representatives and alumni. Initiates: Victor A. Early, David C. Edmiston III, Dean C. Gordon, Jr., Gregory W. Hattig, Ronald R. LePlattJr., Dave W. Leslie, G. Eric Lewallen, Christian H. Meyer, Steven P. Saunders, Mark W. Shamis, William S. Thomas.

CORNELL Mark S. Kristoff, President 6 South Avenue Ithaca, New York 14850 Three of our members nominated to Who's Who in Fraternities are Ron Levine, Duane Sherman a nd Luke Scrwanich. This term saw the completion of a half-million dollar addition to our chapter. We are continuing our fire safety program, and participated in a fund raiser for the blind community. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming the weekend of November 16. Initiates: Pa ul Freeman, Brian McGory, Ivan Matsunaga, Mark Bonnett, Gary Cullen, Mike Foley, Mark Stolfe, Pete Natyshak,

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Tom Bernardo, Sean McGuire, Dom Albanese, Rick George, Dave Mauro, Scott Rosuk, Frank Pullano, Dan Gilroy, Bob Rospond, Dave O'Rourke, Dan Devine, Bob Brennan, Vinnie Mitz, Bill Siebert, Sean Sommerville.

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William P. Forbes, President 318 North 33rd Street Omaha, Nebraska 68131 Due to complete chapter involvement, we were successful in pledging 20 quality men. Well-organized chapter relations and membership programs have strengthened our brotherhood. Our first alumni reunion weekend in conjunction with our Founders' Day formal was greatly enhanced by a revitalized alumni relations program. Omaha alumni have taken a spirited interest in finding a new chapter house and beginning an alumni club. ALUMNI EVENT: 150th anniversary, November. Initiates: Peter H. Doherty, Mark M. Randall.

DENISON P. Brent Scott, President Slayter Hall, Box 883 Granville, Ohio 43023 We had a busy year with the following projects: established parents' club, reestablished strong alumni club, designed interfraternity council carding system, repainted inside of the house, designed and started rehabilitation project for the house. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October I, at the house. Initiates: Dan Meyer, Mike Ault, Alan Brewer, Tom Freeland, Tom Parry, Bob Zelina, Nino Schiano, Brian Gearinger, Sean Kiener, Mark Simon, Greg Roscoe, Mike Sferra, jeff Harris, Luke jansen , Brian Newkirk.

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Keith E. Davis, President 626 East Seminary Street Greencastle, Indiana 46135 Our membership keeps growing stronger, and our administration is stronger through better officer transition, co01-dination, and communication. We have a sound budget and good control of expenditures. We ranked third in GPA last semester and our newsletter is consistently strong. ALUMNI EVENT: Old Gold Weekend. Initiates: Thomas Grooms, Mark Coli p, David Macknick, William Gilcrest, Raymond Piedmonte,james Nargang,john Bomalaski, Nicholas Connors, John Hayden, Brian Fitzwater, Elliot Stern bergh, Brett Blume, Bryant Orem,jeffScull, Gregory Gordon, Steven Quimby.

EASTERN KENTUCKY James A. Warren, President 128 Powell Building Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, Kentucky 40475 We had a chapter reorganization in February and planning I-ell-eat with the

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office of student activities. We are building a good reputation on campus and working toward gettin g university housing space for the chapter. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming, October, 1983. Pledges: james A. Warren, Steve A. Orth, Jeffrey S. Spivey, Dorsey Good, Larry Henderlight, Steve Richards, Bill Buirley. Dan Katzinski, Joe Clifford, Richard Martin, Terry johnson, Tim Wilder, Aaron Mallargue, David Goins.

gy, and now a professor in the Physics Department. The Georgia Tech DU Alumnusof-the-Year is George N. Suther, '79. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual summer work party in mid-July, and fall rush September 15 at the house. Initiates: Jeffery Dilg, Geoffery Pratt.

FLORIDA John E. Newton, President 1814 West University Avenue Gainesville, Florida 32603 We are coming off a year rich in accomplishments yet one in which the membership faltered slightly. Morale is high and we are ready to work hard in preparation for summer and fall rush. Our alumni are becoming more active in house operations, and we will be able to learn by sharing experiences. We finished 5th in Greek Week including our 2nd place rank in the "superdance" competition. One of the top contenders for the Dan McCarty Award for outstanding community service, we also are are among the top ten in fraternities scholastically and had 14 brothers on the Dean's List. Our main efforts are directed toward selling the groundwork for a fantastic fall semester. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 22. Initiates: Michael Altieri, John Barrow, Richard Brown, john Bruininks, Todd Ergle, Frank Mason, Michael Marchigiano, Steven Merchant, Jeff Poulsen , Scott Walters.

FRESNO James A. Page, President Student Activities Office, Box 69 California State University at Fresno Fresno, California 93740 We have a new chapter house which puts us in a location visible to the Greek community. It has improved and revived spirit in the house as everyone works to make D U the best fraternity at C.S. U.F. We also have the largest pledge class in recent years. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, Active-Alumni football game and barbeque in October. Initiates: Larry Anderson, James Baxter, Mike Burch, Roy Exum, Mike Mizutani.

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Wayne C. Johansson, President 154 Fifth Street, Northwest Atlanta, Georgia 30313 During the spring quarter we spent two weekends working with the Atlanta Zoological Society on their fund raising banquet and some repairs. The first year of the "25 for 25 Club" saw 69 members join this fund established to build a new house. We are grateful to all alumni supporting this effort. For the second year we have contributed to the DU Educational Fund and challenge the Florida, North Carolina and North Carolina State chapters tojoin us as contributors. We welcome Dr. Schulz, a DU from Technolo-

Georgia Tech - DU's take on the best and win.

HAMILTON Alan W. Schmiedicker, President Hamilton College Clinton, New York 13323 We have improved college relations and our house academic average. We won the 1M basketball championship, had a successful rush and made some house improvements. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1983. Pledges: Bryan Garvin, Izvaldo Perez, Arthur Jones, Dave Virgel, Vito Cavallaro, Tyler Frech, Brian George, Dave Rammelt, Bob Greef, Chris King, Clint Shaw, Todd Hobin, Brett Pasher, Mike Coppola,JeffPanara, Mickey Gilfillen, Dave Kullman.

HOUSTON H. Paul Picard, President 5012 Calhoun Houston, Texas 77004 House improvements made during the term included new ceiling, furniture, and addition of an alumni-trophy room. Relations with the administration, other fraternities and sororities have improved this year. ALUMNI EVENT: Open house and Founders Day picnic in November. Initiates: C. A. Short, Ben Kearney.

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Claudio Marcus, President 312 East Armory Avenue Champaign, Illinois 61820 Our largest pledge class in recent history

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was initiated in January. We continue to .have large numbers of D U's elected to serve on several campus organizations. The house has new carpeting and we have painted the entire first floor. In the Mom 's Day sing with Kappa Kappa Gamma we advanced to the finals . Initiates: Mike Gartlas, Eric Berg, Jim Eck, Gary Roll, David Brinkerhoff, Rob Kirincich, Mike Hill, Mark Watson, David Egeland, Tom McCarthy, Keith Wiegold , Victor Pazik, David Flatley, Daniel MacDonald, Fritz Nelson, Helmut Oehring, Kelly Jones, Steve Matusik, Matt Stapf, Mike Ducey, Barry McCarthy, Vince Fajardo, Jed Schaefer, Todd Hemphill,Jim Falotico, Jim Beck,

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Gary M. Marvel, President 1200 East Third Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401 We were paired with Chi Omega in the C division of the IU Sing and won first place; plus the first place over-all award in the show. Our initiation class numbered 19 in February, and our pledge class numbers 14. Our team was the division champion in 1M basketball. We had a great time at the Rose Dance held at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming, October 8. Initiates: John Alling, Tom Barker, Clark Burner, Brett Candler, Scott Cordell, Holt Edinger, Bruce Fiedler, Brett Fryar, Dave Halpern, Mark Jones , John Laut, Monty Marvel, Jim McKibben, Rich Miller, Marc Murphy, Steve Schopf, Paul Smith, Reid Anderson, Tim Eckert.

IOWA Michael H. Oros, President 320 Ellis Avenue Iowa City, Iowa 52240 This semester our chapter is striving to be number one in campus leadership and involvement. A good example is our philanthropy project called "Cardiac Arrest." We "arrest" officials and celebrities around campus and have "bail" posted for their release. The money collected as "bail" goes to the Heart Fund. After a slow fall semester our financial base is very strong with a full house leading to extra revenue. The house is undergoing some improvements through pledge projects this spring. Included are a new barbeque grill, remodeling of the lounge and tube room, and purchase of a new house stereo. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, cocktail party and pig roast in October. Pledges: Rick Rockhold, Chris Coppinger, Doug Malmgren, Doug Riccolo, Brian Riccolo, Robert Bellis, William Spear.

IOWA STATE

has been improved from 18th to II th out of 32 fraternities. We raised $6,100 for Diabetes in the bike-a-thon; and saved $3 ,500 in the kitchen thus far this year due to more efficient operation. We have increased the number of men living in the house from 60 to 65. ALUMNI EVENT: October 15, 4th annual DU Homecoming banquet, Gateway Center in Ames. Initiates: John M. Bolin, Eric D. Jensen, James C. Derks, David J. Alampi, Brian L. Schultz, Patrick T. Smith, Jaimie S. Kline, Curtis J. Marx, Mark E. Pokrak, Frank A. Fulton, Andrew W . Snyder, James R. Johnson, David D. Young, Scott H. Pearson, Charles T. O'Roake, Todd J. Stilwell.

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Jeffrey W. Courter, President 117 Ash Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 In "Varieties" the all-university student talent show, we had the first place skit out of 15; first place musical vignette; and won 6 of 10 special awards. Our scholastic ranking DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Alex Tzouanakis, President 4220 North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218 We have had a major financial turnaround with the pending sale of the house in order to move to a newer, larger chapter house. We also have set up the Walter Wozniak Fund for financial assistance to delinquent brother accounts. Our chapter retained the intramural sports trophy and we are working toward closer relationships with the school administration.

KANSAS Bradley A. Stout, President 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044 We were selected among all-Greek organizations to be one of five shows in a campus-wide variety show. We ranked in the top three fraternities academically out of the 26 on campus. In sports, we again are proving ourselves to be a softball dynasty. Initiates: John A. Christie, Joseph S. Derks, Douglas C. Farley, Charles T. Hinshaw III, Jeffrey K. Kelley, John E. Larson, Timothy R. McGrath, Patrick E. McGregor, Kendall M. Miller, Mike A Slaney, Jay M. Wagnon, Jeffrey A. Wheat.

KANSAS STATE Troy R. Jordan, President 1425 University Drive Manhattan, Kansas 66502 The Perkins Memorial Scholarship Drive was a record-breaking success. We have started a second philanthropic event this semester which includes reading to the blind and a wheelchair basketball tourney. The alumni board paid for several house improvements including $8,000 for renovation of the restrooms. Campus involvement is at an all-time high with two student senators, IFC executive member, and other members in all scholastic honoraries. For the second consecutive year our basketball team finished second in intramurals. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders Day weekend, October. Initiates: Doug Grossenbacher, Kevin Hampl, Mark Bahr, Todd Banks, Brian Smith, Tom Bird, Tim Michel, Rich Bieberle, Andy Koenigs, Chris Cordell, Greg Sharpe, Robbie Drake, Darren McChesney, Vince Bly, Carl Hermreck,

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Rick Towers, Mike Decker, David Grover, Steve Spillar.

LAFAYETTE Bruce A. Campbell, President Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 We continue with our lecture series entitled "How Enlightened Are The Eighties" and sponsored a lecture by Dr. Michael Carrera on "Sex : the facts, the acts , and your feelings." The house is also taking part in a weekly maintenance project for the studentrun coffee shop on campus. Enthusiasm is running high in the house, and we will begin planning this summer for the 100th anniversary of the chapter in 1985. Pledges: Tom Ashton , Greg Burns, Jim Fedako, Derrick Perkins, Steve Dunbar, Don Featherstone, Bill Chelak, Walt Dauksher, Dave Silberstein, John Patterson, Don Benjamin,Jon Epstein, Marty Peterson, Peter Krass, Paul Ott,J on Fields, Bill Lohr,Jim Chapman.

LEHIGH John F. Pastuck, President Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 We are starting a complete reorganization of our chapter consisting of academic standards, discipline standards, and a rejuvenation of our alumni corporation. Also, we are establishing an alcoholics anonymous club, as well as an escort service for females who live off-campus. A current project is refurnishing our living room. ALUMNI EVENT: November 19, Lafayette Weekend. Initiates: George Bellatoni, Steve Calcagni , Dan Gobetz, Bob Gray, Jon Lewis, Bill Luyben, Steve Opet, George Rose,Jim Rovito, Jim Serratelli, Eric Williams.

LOUISVILLE Patrick J. Renn, President Belknap Campus University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40292 A successful spring rush brought us seven pledges which was once again above the campus average. We are working with some new ideas to make our pledge education program more constructive. Last semester DU had the highest GPA of all the fraternities on campus. At present we are working with our alumni on fund-raising to purchase new living room furniture . In intramurals we again brought home the all-campus championship in soccer. Pledges: John Biedenbender; Larry Coomes, Edward Dillon, James Doll, Tony Frantz, Harvey Lerner, Shawn Perkins.

MAINE James P. Cough, Jr., President 130 College Avenue Orono, Maine 04473 We had the highest GPA among fraternities for two consecutive semesters. We placed first in the winter carnival, first in snow sculpture, and second in the Greek

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bottle drive. We are making some interior house improvements. ALUMNI EVENT: October 15, Homecoming. Initiates: Mark Lausler, Derek Goodwin , David Pillsbury, Michael Pettengill, Greg Piasio, Gerard Clapper, Steven Harrington, Burt Spiller, David Marchetto, Jeffrey . Thomson, Kevin Perkins, Stephen Spear, AlanJeffreys, Mark Herrick, Joseph Miller, Harley Knowles, James Holland, Jr., Michael St. Amour, Christopher Boothby, Steve n Clark, Paul Davis, Richard Bard, Timothy Ronan , William Turnbull, Michael Oberlander, Jim Hennick, Tony Butters, Kevin O 'Connor, Michael Smith, E. Paul Raymond, James Cough, Kenneth Wells , Michael Moroney.

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MISSOURI

Kenneth S. Palladino, President 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 45056 We ranked 7th out of 27 fraternities in GPA; participated in the mud football tournament to raise funds for Diabetes. At the Songfest we won third place ; won 7th place at the Delta Gamma swim meet and again won the Spirit Award at that event for the fifth time out of the six years the event has been held. ALUMNI EVENT: September, house corporation meeting; October or November, homecoming dinner and party. Initiates : Martin Skie, John Atherton , Curtis Blake, Todd Chamberlain , Scott Fontes , Chester Lucido, Richard Loges, John Pohl, Edward Sarkisian.

MANITOBA Ralph G. MacKelvie, President 112 Wilmot Place Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2Kl We have stabilized our finances and made improvements in our rush program, pledge training , and membership development. ALUMNI EVENT: Active/alumni football game in late September. Initiates: Darryl Gervais , lain Whyte, Robert Allen , Paul Heuring.

MARIETTA Paul J. Luthringer, Jr., President 223 Fourth Street Marietta, Ohio 45750 Our chapter had the highest percentage of pledges eligible to be initiated, according to GPA. Over 700 cans of food were col. lected for the Marietta Salvation Army . Renovations were made to the dining area, and our first ever alumni d inner was a success. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni dinner at the chapter in October. Pledges: Tom Carmonica, Ralph Criscu' do , Tom Daily, Joseph Givens, Tom IlIingsworth , Michael Irvine, Kevin Lowndes, Joseph Mistretta, Frank Hertel.

MARYLAND Stephen C. Olson, President #6 Fraternity Row College Park, Maryland 20740 The chapter house has been re-carpeted . Initiates: Daniel M. Bergbauer, Jr., John Kenned y, Dave Klockner, Ed McLaughlin, Carl Merewitz.

MASSACHUSETTS David W. Burr, President 778 North Pleasant Amherst, Massachusetts 01002 Our Founders' Day celebration on April 16th was very successful. We have made exterior improveme nts to the grounds and structure of the house, and have painted the interior of the entire house. Financial reporting and alumni relations have improved. ALUMNI EVENT: October I, Homecoming. Initiates: Ken Abert, Mark Carpenter, Kevin Bailey, Jim Daly, Paul Liebman , Shawn Matz, Richard Sherman , Scott Wylie.

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MICHIGAN John A. D'Errico, President 1331 Hill Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Last fall our "run to Ohio" raised the second highest totals ever for charity. Some other achievements include the highest placing in "Greek Week" in recent history; a record number of members making the Dean's list; greater strides toward improving alumni relations; and once again, we won the 1M water polo championship. Initiates : Bill Allesee, Ophir Frieder, Dave Hoffman, Ron McFaul, Andy Parker, Tom Richardson , Lloyd Scott, Ben Zimont.

MICHIGAN STATE Paul J. Cari, President 343 Albert Street East Lansing, Michigan 48823 Fifteen brothers received their Bachelor's degree inJune. We enjoy continued participation and success in 1M sports as evidenced by advancing to the play-offs in football, bowling, tennis and volleyball. The front entryway in the house has been retiled and carpeting has been laid on the stairs to the second floor. The chapter house will be relocated to M.A .C. during the summer months. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29, 10:00 a.m. at the chapter house. Initiates: Randy Gave, Mark Hawkins, Dan Houle,John Kwapis, Scott MacDonald, Kurt Shaw, Todd Slater.

MIDDLEBURY Brian W. O'Sullivan, President 136 South Main Street Middlebury, Vermont 05753 Our chapter has participated in the MS dance marathon and the bottle collection drive for Big Brothers. We plan to hold the annual Butch Varno Road Race to help send him to summer camp for the handicapped . Our new pledge class numbers over 25 .

MINNESOTA Brian C. Benson, President 1112 Sixth Street, SE Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414 No report received.

Craig M. Koler, President 711 Maryland Avenue Columbia, Missouri 65201 The house has been remodeled and we again published an alumni newsletter. Curr ently we place third in intramurals . ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni retreat in February 1984. Initiates: David Anderson , Rob Craddock, Gregg Gibbs, Todd Hartley, John Hennessey , Mike Kitsmiller , Stan Loughery, Ron McCutcheon, Joey McLane, Joel Peck, Mark Sueoka, Dave Swiney, Tom Teasdale, John Timmerman, Dan Zureich.

NEBRASKA Walter H . Landwehr, Jr., President 1548 Vine Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 In GPA we ranked 7th out of 26 fraternities . We have improved our campus involvement and our strong rush program continues throughout the entire year. Our initiation banquet was successful as was our philanthropy "Week on the Wagon. " ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni smoker at the house following the football game, October 22. Initiates: David Asbjornson, Tom Burkhard, Frank Dufek, Tom Gude, Kevin Harford, Russ Hoetfelker, Todd Hruby, Kent Kinzer, Andy Korte , Dan Lauterbach, Mike MacLean, Steve Reiser, Dean Shonka, Kevin Smith, Mike Smith, Dan Spencer, Roger Swanson, Tim Thomsen, John Tibbels.

NORTH CAROLINA Richard D. Batchelder, Jr., President 407 East Rosemary Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 We raised $1 ,000 for the American Cancer Society in the first annual DU round ball classic, a 64-team basketball tournament. DU's active on campus have included senior class president, IFC president, all-ACC varsity soccer, six Phi Beta Kappas, and associate editor of the student newspaper. Currently we have first place in 1M out of the 28 fraternities, for the fourth consecutive year. Hosted the mayor and chief of police of Chapel Hill for dinner and discussion . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming foot]jail game, date and time to be announced later. Initiates: Damon D. Allen, William Coble, Jeffrey Hiday, Louis M. Kyriakoudes , Jeffrey S. Manning, Clyde A. Shuping, Robert L. Stallings,Jr., Christopher J. Stotka, Mark R. Tucker, Jack E. Vernon.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE Michael G. Jonovich, President #3 Maiden Lane Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 Our chapter headed up the IFC annual food drive for the third consecutive year and collected over 12,000 pounds of food for the needy. Morale of the brotherhood was given a boost by our placing second in both A and B leagues basketball, and winning the Caldwell Cup representing the best

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overall fraternity on campus. We have reorganized our financial books into a better working system. ALUMNI EVENT : October, Homecoming at the house. Initiates: Jimmy Ashworth, Tony Bell, Brad Gibson, Greg Harris, Al Hart, David Jones , Jeff Rhyne , Lloyd Stalls, Joel Wise , David Wright.

April 30; and canoe trip on May 6-8. We counted money for the MDA Dance-a-thon and in May participated in the annual teeter for the Big Brother-Big Sister program. Some house improvements have been made. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders Day in November. Initiates : Greg Bendixson, Kevin Dhuyvetter, Rob Dhuyvetter, Jeff Lind, Don Mattson, Mike Busch.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

North Carolina State - The chapter helps the Stover family surprise]ack Stover, Indiana '55, on his fiftieth bi1路thday.

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James B. Nygren, President 505 Princeton Avenue Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201 We won the IFC's "outstanding alumni award" and six members were awarded the Order of Omega, outstanding Greek award . We initiated 19 new members and have 15 new pledges. Our chapter has the highest GPA on campus. ALUMNI EVENT: September 10, second annual golf tournament. Initiates: Dennis Hill, Brad Aafedt, Franz Goebel, Guy Domm, Mark Huckle, Lowell Bolken, Todd Nystedt, Doug Mark, Vince Day, Peter Knoll, Steve Boespflug, Jason Mayer, Don Shorma, Todd Adams, Andrew Olson, Kirk Anderson, Scott Radenz, Patrick Onstad, Mark Sondreal.

North Dakota - Five alumni 1'etumed to the campus to participate in the chapter's first annual alumni career seminar.

Daniel P. Nihan, President 1114 Blackhawk Road DeKalb, Illinois 60115 We got a great start on the year with our seventh consecutive homecoming competition victory with over-150 alumni in attendance. We remain the leaders in campuS-wide sports and are presently leading the competition for the all-Greek sports trophy. House improvements include interior painting, replacement of the fire alarm system and the installation of a new front door. ALUMNI EVENT: Annual pig roast, July 16 (date is tentative) . Initiates: W. M. Peltier, Glen Johnson, Rick Powell, Scott Nelson, Rob Kelly, Dennis Rawley , James McCarthy, Rob Russell, Howard Walovitch, Dave Americus, Dan Fedrigon, Vince Keller, Victor Fox, Dave Horton, John Merkel, John Landsell, Grant Hasberg, Brian Moore, Mark Wilhelm, Mike Schumaker, Peter Hunziker, Brian Luke, C. C. Hansen, Mike Moluf.

NORTHERN IOWA R. Scott Johnson, President 1927 College Street Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 We had the top fraternal gradepoint average (2.78) . ALUMNI EVENT: Summer reunion and golf tournament, date undecided. Initiates: Paul Herndon, Jeffrey Twait.

NORTHWESTERN Gary B. Rosenbaum, President 2307 Sheridan Road Evanston, Illinois 60201 We enjoyed a successful rush and are creating new rush tools such as an activity file . We have gained affiliation with a nearby orphanage as a gesture of charity. Other accomplishments were establishing a faculty associates program, and adding a golf tournament to our spring alumni dinner day. ALUMNI EVENT: October 22, at the house, coffee and donuts at 11:30 a.m.; cocktails at 4:00 p.m . Initiates: Carlos Arrom, Kurt Barnard, Dave DeMerlier, Chris Mattioli, Andrew Risner, Bruce Skolnik, John Svolos, Troy Tousey, Wade Wilkenson.

OHIO NORTH DAKOTA STATE Jeffrey J. Peterson, President 1420 12th Avenue, North Fargo, North Dakota 58102 We had election and installation of new officers on January 9; spring formal on DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路

Mark C. Vollmer, President 10 West Mulberry Athens, Ohio 45701 At the end of the fall quarter we won the all-campus football championship . During the winter quarter we won another cham-

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pionship in all-campus broomball, as well as receiving the president'S scholarship trophy for having the highest GPA. New weights and a weight bench were welcome additions to the house's weight room. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming, October 15, dinner and cocktail party at the house. Initiates: Brian Lavery, Paul Shayne, Michael Sonnhalter, Owen J. Wilson.

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Paul A. Ballinger, President 240 East 15th Street Columbus, Ohio 43201 In "fight night" we tied for third place. Seven members attended and participated in the Ohio State Greek leadership seminar. Rick McIntosh has been elected to the Undergraduate Advisory Board. Effective chapter and alumni relations have been established . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 29. Initiates : Phil Cummings, Ron Marshall, Bill Newton, John Sale, John Van Eaton, J. P. Black.

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Robert A. Faith, President 603 West Brooks Norman, Oklahoma 73069 This term there was major chapter improvement in intramurals and GPA with the pledge class placing first out of 24 fraternities, and the house GPA placed second . House renovations of the second and third floors included panelling and carpeting. ALUMNI EVENT: September 17, first home football game. Initiates: Blaine Lehr, Richard Krenek, Michael Richardson , George Noland, Kenneth Selensky, Craig Supplee, Roy Richardson, Jay Newman, Robert Rinaldi, Darrell Willyard, ScottJohnson,Joseph Elbow, William James, Jeffery Dosser, William Buschmann, Clark Rother, LeRoy Minns, John Gero, Paul Grant, Chris Borders, Tom Pinkston, Scott Mason, Anthony Corneto.

OKLAHOMA STATE John D. Ritchie, President 311 South Hester Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 We have filled the house with good men, initiating 18 new members. We have started our first annual service project and are working to bring up our grades. We placed second in overall sports. ALUMNI EVENT: A party at The Wailing Moose the night of OSU's first home football game. Initiates: Curtis Aduddel, Brian Alsup, Todd Terrell, Mark Waller, Scott Anthony, Darryl Christner, Bill Hale, Chris Bridges, Brett McMurphy, Blaine Frizzell, Kevin Moyes, Robert Schrieber, DavidJosza, Brad York, Paul Vrana , Curt Hendrix, Jeff Campbell, Mike Root.

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RIPON

Jay A. Nance, President 235 Northwest 25th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330 We have purchased new chairs with alumni contributions; built a new sundeck as a result of Dads' Club donations ; and five rooms have been substantially improved via membership donations. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming banquet at the house , I :00 p.m. , Saturday, October 29, Initiates : Wade Chan, Greg Hamlin, Fritz Ellett, Scott Carda, Mike Hanson, Bob Cameron , Andy Westbrook, Lance Hilton, Steve Turner, Jon Perkins, John Crisp.

Joseph H. Bestul, President Ripon College Brockway Hall Ripon, Wisconsin 54971 Our pledge class is the largest, and best, at Ripon; they are active and enthusiastic. Our house placed first among living groups for overall winter weekend events. Our new alumni corporation is about to be incorporated. Again , we have two actives elected to Phi Beta Kappa, continuing our high academic standing. ALUMNI EVENT: Alumni "Brewer's Game" date to be announced, Road Railey at Ripon, September. Initiates: Dennis E. Kadera, Bryan R. Welch, Michael R. Witas.

PENNSYLVANIA Scott S. Trevisan, President 3902 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 We had an outstanding rush, and have greatly improved communication with our alumni. We have a new chapter meeting format which has proven highly successful. Our pool table has been repaired to working order. Our community service program is the DU sock drive . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming at the house , date pend ing. Initiates: Carl Cho, Dave Johnson , Ed Dolito, Joe Paneco, John Lynch, Aaron Nash , Eddie Richards, Tom Heffner, Dave Wilder, John Fischer.

PENNSYLVANIA STATE

Philip J. Capizzi, President 229 Locust Lane State College, Pennsylvania 16801 We received an award from State College Borough for being one of the top 10 finalists in the Fraternity appearance award program. Our chapter placed third in the Red Cross blood drive in the fraternity division. Control has been tightened over accounts receivable and accounts payable. Active brother participation in house duties and campus activities began this year. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming and alumni meeting, October 22. Initiates: Brent Hillhouse, John Juran, Andrew Viehman, Jerrold Graham, Vincent.J. Tedesco III , Kurt Krieger, Randy Zartmann.

PURDUE Alan D. Krodel, President 1290 State Street West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 A GPA of 4.549 ranked us 13th out of 44 houses. Our basketball and softball teams were in the final 16 in the play-offs. There were 130 basketball teams and 100 softball teams in the fraternity league. In the allcampus blood drive, we placed third. Bimonthly alumni-undergrad meetings have been started. The Christmas serenades in prime DU style were very successful as usual. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, buffet before the game and mixer after the game, October 22. Initiates: Jeff Clark, Bruce Bunnell , Haight Howes, Rick Kempf, Keith Melda.

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RUTGERS James F. Sheridan, President 66 College Avenue New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901 We were the winners of the R. U. Greek Olympics and 1M basketball. Our house deficit has been reduced and relations with the International Fraternity have been improved. Initiates: Scott Perry, Keith Hancock, Gene Banti, Greg Farnworth, EugeneJohnson, Gregg Matner, James Peterson, John Surlis, Owen Dunne, Jeff Bayuk .

SAN DIEGO Michael T. Smith, President 5606 Hardy Avenue San Diego, California 92115 Another strong rush gained us 24 pledges. Our San Felipe road trip was once again a success. We participated actively in the RLS seminar and will represent the II th Province in Indianapolis in August. We have initiated , for the first time, an alumni newsletter distributed to all SDSU alumni. This, combined with our high spirit, improved campus relations, 3rd place ranking in GPA, and current 1st place statistics for the sports banner, makes us a prime candidate for this year's Dean Trophy. ALUMNI EVENT: No host cocktail gettogether on September 3, and golf tourney on November 19. Initiates: T. R. Akin,Jim Buie, Phil Canabou, Ray Cootes, Dave Doyle, Brian Edmonson, Jaime Garcia, Steve Gerard , Bruce Green, Russ Greenhalge, Bill Hall, Jim Kellogg, Stuart Liner, Joe Melone, Bill Mock, Greg Peters, Scott Ricker, Mark Rifenbark, Tim Powers, Erik Stroman , Rick Tigner, Don Wofford , S. F. Greene .

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Walter E. Anderson, President Post Office Box 80036 Columbia, South Carolina 29225 This year we have sponsored the following: two coffee hours for international students, a scholarship drawing, and a sorority softball tournament. An alumni-active golf tournament and cookout is planned. Academically, we finished 4th ; three brothers had 4.0 and 12 made the Dean's list. Brothers were tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa and Gamma Beta Phi, and a

brother was nominated for "Outstanding Graduate Student." A brother won the "Mr. Carolina" pageant and another won a campus boxing title. We have officers in the Clariosophic Society (literary and debate). We expect to make the playoffs in softball and better last year's second place finish in Greek Week.

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Gerard T. Bartels, President 204 North University Street Vermillion, South Dakota 57069 The chapter house has been re-wired and we are developing a new rush program. ALUMNI EVENT: Dakota Days and University homecoming. Initiates : Shawn Bramanti, Michael Bell, Duane Lee, Richard Hardie, Michael Weinzetl.

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI John M. Jones, President 1050 East Walnut Springfield, Missouri 65806 This term we have worked toward house improvements, alcohol awareness, maintaining a high GPA, plus upgrading 1M sports and helping with the spring neighborhood clean-up. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1983. Initiates: Jim Baldridge, Bob Beck, John Boeding, Brian Inman, Jeff Kidwell, Mike Murphy, Ken Niles, John Tonge.

STANFORD Christopher J. Ehly, President 554 Mayfield Avenue Stanford, California 94305 No report received.

SWARTHMORE Gerhard T. VanArkel, President Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 The undergraduate chapter has been suspended by the college for two years. Our alumni have given us great support and we are meeting with them regularly to formalize plans for our return in two years.

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Gregory C. Larson, President 711 Comstock Avenue Syracuse, New York 13210 This spring we experienced our largest pledge class in recent history as a result of our improved "rush school." We renovated our basement and purchased a new stereo system to complete another step in our house improvement program . We are currently in second place in intramurals and should move into first following the basketball finals. Our chapter's "Go for the Gold" in '83 campaign is nearing completion and we anticipate another strong finish in the Chancellor's Cup competition for best allaround fraternity on campus . The Syracuse chapter continues to grow and improve with the help and support of our devoted alumni. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming weekend, November 18-20; Syracuse vs West Virginia, Saturday, November 19.

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July, 1983


Delta Upsilon Alumni Institute To Prepare Tomorrow's Alumni Leaders


News about

The DU Second Century Fund An Investment in Leadership DU Alumni Institute in Chicago a Success Next Alumni Institute Scheduled for Kansas City in 1984 After months of development and arrangement, the Delta Upsilon Alumni Institute is up, running, and a success, judging from the positive evaluations received from all of the 17 alumni corporation officers, deputies, and chapter advisors who attended the meeting held at the Union League Club of Chicago on Saturday, April 9, 1983.

David E. Chambers The idea for the DU Alumni Institute originated with the Fraternity's Graduate Activities Committee, chaired by David E. Chambers, Arizona '60, and was nurtured through the first DU Alumni Institute that took place at the Leadership Conference and Convention in Indianapolis in August of 1982. Development of the course materials, the seminar promotion and the areas to be included was a project that was undertaken by

Brothers Chambers, H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois 72, chairman of the chapter loan fund and a director of the Fraternity, the late Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65, chairman of the Board of Directors, and executive director Wilford A. Butler, CAE, Western Michigan '61. Over a period of months, the program was revised and refined until those topics that were believed to be of the greatest interest were selected . In the development of the fast-paced program, it was readily apparent that there was more topic material than could be outlined in the full day session that began at 10:00 in the morning with a State of the Fraternity overview by Brother Cheatham . In his overview remarks , Brother Cheatham traced the financial planning and objectives of the Fraternity as they related to the Fraternity's long-range plan that had been approved by the Board of Directors at their March planning retreat. He noted that the ambitious undertaking and long-range financial strategy of the Fraternity required all elements to work in close concert. The partnership with the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, and the major capital campaign that the Foundation has begun, is an integral part of the overall strategic plan. An extensive presentation on housing, prepared by Brother Huntoon, was the next item on the agenda. He cited actual corporation cases that he was

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H. Karl Huntoon familiar with in his work as Chairman of the Chapter Loan Fund Committee, and provided attendees with several "good idea" sheets for take-home use. Critical to the long-term needs of the Fraternity is a continuing emphasis on the proper maintenance, upkeep, rejuvenation and construction of new chapter housing where sufficient chapter corporate planning is in place. Next the Fraternity's Executive Director, Wilford Butler, dealt with the mechanics and organization of capital fund-raising for alumni corporations, and detailed the necessary planning cycle that is usually required to insure a high degree of alumni participation . Other sessions included comprehensive insurance overview; what to do in crisis management situations; instituting

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a fire safety and prevention program in chapters; and the various organizational and activity relationships as they affect chapters and alumni corporations in the Fraternity. The day was broken by a working lunch, and the group adjourned at 5:00 p.m., after completing evaluations, which were positive. All participants indicated that the DU Alumni Institute was worthwhile in their view, most said that they would personally encourage other alumni to attend and participate in future programs. Long-term funding objective for the DU Alumni Institute is to create an endowment in the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation that would permit conducting two or three Institutes in various geographic areas of North America each year. The present program resources are very limited, no financial support is available to fund the program, and as a result the program will be limited to one DU Alumni Institute _. per year through the .Sesquicentennial. A major gift of $50,000 is sought to provide some of the required endowment that is necessary to fund this program adequately in the future on a continuing annual basis. Selection of the Chicago, Illinois location for the DU Alumni Institute came about as a result of an analysis of where the alumni corporation officers from 30 chapters resided . The Kansas City site was selected because there is a similar concentration of Delta Upsilon alumni leaders in that area, some of whom have already " expressed plans to attend. Future plans for the Institute include conducting it in the East, West, and Southwest, on a rotation basis , and it is hoped that the DU Second Century Challenge will help to fund the program so that more than one DU Alumni Institute can be added to the Fraternity's Program of Work for the year. Details of the program were sent to all alumni corporation presidents, secretaries and

treasurers, and to chapter deputies. Registration for this 1983 DU Alumni Institute included alumni from as far away as Florida and Colorado as well as those located nearer to the Institute site.

New Foundation Officers and Trustees Elected The April annual meeting of the Trustees of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation saw the Trustees electing Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24, as chairman of the Foundation ; W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27, vice-chairman; O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51, Secretary and David A. Krebs, Miami '80 as Treasurer. Krebs, who had been assistant treasurer of the Foundation succeeds Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58, who had served both as assistant treasurer and treasurer of the Foundation since 1965. Re-elected as Trustees of the Foundation were: Bruce S. Bailey, Denison '58; Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31; J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 ; and Herbert E. Smith, Indiana '52. Elected as a new Trustee for the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation was former chairman of the board of directors of the Fraternity and past Fraternity president, Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18. Plans for the second phase of the DU Second Century Challenge capital fund-raising campaign were reviewed in some depth by the Trustees.

Foundation Day Also reviewed by the Trustees were plans for the designation of Friday's program at the Leadership Conference and

Convention as Foundation Day. Chapters that have made their cash gifts to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation during the past year will receive the coveted Thornton B. Penfield Award, at the Friday evening banquet, that will also include the premiere of the Sesquicentennial multi-media presentation "A Celebration of Brotherhood. "

Recog nition of Distinguished Sponsors Every donor of $1,000 or more will receive a specially numbered and inscribed presentation copy of the Delta Upsilon 150-year history that has been written by Orville H. Read, Missouri '33, a former officer and director of Delta Upsilon and editor of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly for 22 years. Each donor will receive a special invitation to the dedication of the Hall of Honor at the International Fraternity headquarters in Indianapolis at the completion of the campaign. This gala event will be a fraternity affair long to be remembered and one of the highlights of the sesquicentennial.

The DU Second Century Fund is the Sesquicentennial Advancement Campaign of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation and the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Checks should be made payable to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Second Century Fund. Illustrations by J. L. LeMaster, Oregon State '48.


Named Gifts Possible The Trustees of the Educational Foundation are prepared to establish a named honor fund in the Foundation endowment for a donor wishing to make a gift of $25,000 or more to achieve the campaign objective of $75,000 for the Regional Leadership Seminar. If there is a fraternity donor who . wishes to make a gift of $75,000, the Regional Leadership Seminar program could be named in his honor. The Trustees rof the Delta Upsilon Educatiq>nal Foundation have established major levels of giving for the campaign that include recognition and membership in each of the giving

categories. All alumni donors to the Educational Foundation program are enrolled in the Delta Upsilon Council of Founders. Checks in the $100 to $499 range permit membership in the 1834 Society commemorating the founding of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Membership in the Williams Society, that recognizes the founding chapter of Delta Upsilon, is for gifts in the $500 to $999 range. The Anson Hobart Society, named after the first president of the Social Fraternity at Williams College, the precursor of Delta Upsilon, recognizes givers at the $1,000 to $2,499 range. Membership in the Founders

Society is conferred upon alumni who make giving commitments in the $2,500 to $4,999 classification. Special recognition is given to those in the Charles Evans Hughes Society, named after the most distinguished of fraternity presidents, for their contributions to the Foundation in the amount of $5,000 and above. We believe that many alumni will want to make significant gifts to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation drive. There are many ways that you can give to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation. Many alumni donors and friends will choose to give cash and make pledges over the three year period.


Initiates: Robert Dallen, Michael Gatto, David Goldstein, Michael Greene, Ronald Hochman, Pliny Jewell, Scot Langdon, Scott McCurdy, Jeffrey Pellet, David Smyth, Scott Sugarman, Bruce Willett.

TECHNOLOGY

ALUMNI EVENT: January 12, 1984, initiation banquet, Great Hall. Initiates: Brian Beirne, Tim Beattie, Kirk Dickson, A . ~ . Garden, Doug Hall, Brad Lawley, Phil Marion, GeoffNorthcote, Mike Dorney, JorgTrabandt, Rod Williams.

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Brian M. NeSmith, President 526 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts 02215 We have established a 5-year planning schedule for the renovation of our house, including a ne\v triple on the 5th floor ; new carpets; a renovated basement bathroom ; a repaved back lot; and in the near future, new furniture. Rush went well ' for us, getting us the 11 pledges we wanted and initiating all of them. We have maintained our community and faculty relations with a successful faculty hour and community service project. Our participation and level of competition in sports has continued to climb. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day picnic, November 5; alumni meeting following. Initiates: Russel Basch, Mark Caylor, Eric Rothfus, Joe Parra, Brian Ralston, Jim Errico, Alan Rudy , Ed Martinage, Paul Titterton, Tim Burks, Tom Schmitter.

TENNESSEE Willard S. Squire, III, President 1845 Terrace Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37916 During the term we actively participated in the Delta Gamma anchor splash, the March of Dimes walk-a-thon, and the Muscular Dystrophy love run. ALUMNI EVENT : Homecoming, November 12, at the house. Initiates:John A. Bruner, Robert V. Henderson, James F. Jenkins.

TEXAS Mark P. Lane, President 2510 Leon Street Austin, Texas 78705 We were the 1983 hosts for the Regional Leadership Seminar for our province. Alumni relations have been re-established and the first chapter newsletter published in seven years. Tim Maxwell defended his fight-night title for the third year. Intramurals went very well. ALUMNI EVENT: Austin State, in late August at the chapter house; check newsletter for details. Initiates: Bill Miles, Dave Williams, Mike Williams, Shawn Wassmuth , Ricky Pogue, Dirk Moore, Jeff Ponder, Dan Anna, John Palmer, Scott Crowe, Allen Spelce, James Frank, Ed Wenzel, Robert F. Shaw (initiated posthumously).

TORONTO Brian A. Ritchie, President 182 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5R 2N3 Accomplishments during the term are election of an enthusiastic house company, improved finances, and renovation of rooms. The fire alarm is working for the first time in collective memory. Social relations are at an unprecedented high. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

TUFTS John D. Curran, President 114 Professors Row Medford, Ma~sachusetts 02155 We continu ~ to be the largest fraternity on campus with ~ pledge class of 23. We have renovated the f ood stock room and invested in benches to seat all the brothers at dinner. Our United Way fund-rais~r was the St. Patrick's Day panty. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 1983. Pledges: Mark Andon, Kevin Baker,John Brault, Gelea.n Campbell, David Cleasby, Daniel Dohert'y, George Dolan, Mike Feinberg, Robert ' Friedman, Joe Gaspar, Billy Hayes, Brian . Kavoogian, Robert Laurie, Kenneth Lineman, Mark Micciche, David Nazarian, Paul Paglia, Dave Pite, David RadIo, Randy Rt:ich, Robert Tishman, Sean Valenti, Eric Vieland.

VIRGINIA Theodore J. Viars, II, President 180 Rugby Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Our congratulations and best wishes to the 20 brothers graduating this year. Our term has been full with our traditional drive towards the 1M sports championship, our Foxfield Races alumni event, our annual American Cancer Fund Drive, and the successful Greek Week activities. We continue our position as a social and community leader among the fraternities here. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming weekend, parties and events, in October. Initiates: Greg Blevins, Jeff Brooke, Rob Jennings, Danny LaFrancois, Mike McClellan, Mark Machen, W. B. Robinson.

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Stephen R. Davis, President c/o Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University 217 Squires Student Center Blacksburg, Virginia 24061 This is our first Quarterly chapter news report as a chapter of Delta Upsilon and we are proud to report the installation on March 5th and the initiation of all 57 of us as members of DU.

TYLER Graylon B. MacFall, President Tyler Junior College, Box 210 Tyler, Texas 75701 We helped out in the Special Olympics, and raised money to send the winners to the regional olympics. We won the blood drive this month ; finished second in 1M basketball, second in 1M softball, and last semester were first in football. ALUMNI EVENT: Saturday night, November 5, homecoming dance for alum111 .

Initiates: Gordon Hurst, Greg Jacobs , J . A . Cox, Brad Liles, Brad Jones , R. L. Gardner, Don Warnke, Lynn Turner, Kent Umphress , Scott House, John Miller, Jerry Labout, Kelly Williamson, C. R. Gonzales, Hays Wilson.

UNION Christopher K. McMorrow, Presi<j.ent Union College Schenectady, New York 12308 In intra murals , our basketball team was the champion . We are continuing our 路 participation in the Miller recycling program . ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming reception, October 8, at the house after the football game. Initiates: Arthur Polimeno, Roger Harris, Charles Batchelder , Mark Tavitian , Leonard Huttner, Daniel Stewart, Stephen Olsen, Frank Kraft, Brian Cox, David Wirth, James Edward, George Capozzi, William Rusch, Richard Kellagher,James Caranikas.

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Washington '--- It is mellibers vs. pledges in the chapter's annual football game.

WASHINGTON Douglas W. Baer, President 4508 19th Avenue, Northeast Seattle, Washington 98105 Membership development has kept the members active with in-house tournaments. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders ' Day, November 4. Initiates: Darrell Blegen, Eric Bollinger, William Bowman, Geoff Brown, Kevin Coffinger, Keith Figueroa, David Habib, Dave Hipp, Andrew Hogenson, Joel lng, Rich Lough, Brian McClure , David Parker, David Peterson, David Ravander, Do'nald Seaman, Joseph Sidor, Paul Simpson, Attila Szabo, Mark Thomas, Eddie Uyeta, Jerome Voss, Paul Voss.

WASHINGTON STATE Joe D. Esparza, President Northeast 815 Ruby Street Pullman, Washington 99163 We hosted the 1983 Regional Leadership Conference. Our 50th anniversary was celebrated with our alumni in Seattle. We will be holding a softball tournament to raise $5,000 for the Junior Diabetes Foundation. We raised over $1,000 in a fall boxing smoker and were asked by WSU intramural office

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to co-produce the school's spring smoker. Our pledge and scholarship programs have been re-designed. ALUMNI EVENT: Homecoming, October 15, at the house; Cougars vs UCLA in football. Initiates: Russ Beacock, Mark Boyce, Mark Chance, Lukas Delen, KentJohn,Jim Neavill, Todd Ostrem, Jeff Pyeatt, Steve Schroeder, Brad Solly, Will Stockman, Dan Wick.

WESTERN ILLINOIS Karl J. Schmider, President 526 North Lafayette Macomb, Illinois 61455 For the term we have doubled the size of the chapter; ranked fifth in GPA; raised $1,500 in the university phonathon; and joined the Macomb Chamber of Commerce. House improvements included remodeling the kitchen, new carpeting downstairs, new roof, and repairs to the back porch stairs. ALUMNI EVENT: Octobel' 14-16, Homecoming. Initiates: John Ryan,. Mike Tielke, Ken Hoepker.

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Kian Seng Lie, President 11917 Mayfield Road Cleveland, Ohio 44106 In the tenll just completed we have worked to improve our relationship with the administration and the student body. We have increased our numbers and have eight new pledges that will be initiated before the end of the semester. We have an active house search committee, and our pledge training program has gone through a massive overhaul. Not only do we try to inform the pledges on the history and workings of DU, but also on the workings of the administration. Our "reverse raffle" fund-raiser netted $2,000 for the house fund. Initiates: Michael F. Bonczyk, Geoffrey Chase, David L. Maxwell, Brian C. Newell.

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H. Eric Witt, President 1720 North Vassar Wichita, Kansas 67208 One of our most successful spring rushes gained us II quality men. Our Parents Club has been reorganized and is becoming a strong part of our chapter; our alumni are in the process of becoming a chartered organization. Plans have been made to purchase the house from the University, and renovations are being discussed with the alumni and parents organizations. We won the Hippodrome competition for the third consecutive year. DU and Alpha Phi combined to win top honors in music, sets, choreography, special effects, costumes and script, along with the award for best overall performance. ALUMNI EVENT: September, annual alumni picnic and alumni/active football game. Initiates: Randy Banwart, Brad Beets, Mike Clark, Bill Fields, Joe Gomez, David Harris, Todd Hungate, Mike Kennedy, Tom Kennedy, David Ketteman, Jon McFarland, Todd Parker, Mike Suderman, C. R. Buie, C. B . Starks, Scott Sanderson.

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WESTERN ONTARIO Tony Weisshaar, President 294 Central Avenue London, Ontario N6B 2C8 Thanks to the support of our alumni, we were able to renovate the attic and it is now being used as a common room for all DU's. Also renovated was the kitchen, which is now fully equipped with new sinks, counters, cupboards, and a high quality industrial gas stove. We hosted the 1983 RLS, and previously a charity barbeque for the United Way netted over $300. Our Christmas party for the orphans of Mary Mount Childrens Home was a success and enjoyed by all. ALUMNI EVENT: September, alumni dinner at the house. Initiates: Brian Flood, Chris Whitney, Brett Channer, Scott Tripp, Mark Walsh, Tim Ellis, David Taylor, Steven Way, Kent Tokiwa, Louis Gentill, Neil Gremel, Steven Shortridge, Ivan Pinto, David Beard, John Healy, Brad Divorl, Bruce Dundas, Mark Deans.

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Michael S. Mahnke, President 644 North Frances Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703 We published two newsletters during the year and are working on the third. Placed first in 1M soccer, second place in our division overall. Our house GPA was 2.91. Renovation of the living room and deck were accomplished. We want to express our gratitude to our alumni for their support and making "Once a DU, always a DU" a reality. ALUMNI EVENT: November 4 , Milwaukee DU Club alumni dinner, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee. Initiates: Jim O'Reilly, Todd Gaulke, Chris Duerr, Tim Murphy, Brian Haas,Joe Bruns.

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Edward S. Mundy, President 1 South Cloverleaf Drive Hobart College Geneva, New York 14456 We had a successful UNICEF drive; community auction to benefit the campus library; and Eastern Farmworkers Association food drive. The pledges helped the campus maintenance crew clean up the lake front. Joe Sutorius and Charles Dershimer were elected IFC vice president and secretary, respectively. ALUMNI EVENT: Our summer reunion will be around the first week in August at 155 Williams Street (Rick Decker's). Initiates: Jeff Anders, Steve Bernstein, Matt Berry, Ed Bromley,Jared Brown, Dan Cass, Scott King, Andrew Preston, Marc Roth, Jarrett Turk.

ADU, McGILL Jeffrey S. A. Craig, President 522 Pine Avenue West Montreal Quebec H2W IS6 In the year we increased our membership from 19 to 36; placed five men in varsity rowing, and won the interfraternity soccer tournament. Also, we financed three newsletters and a $2,000 contingency fund. ALUMNI EVENT: September Homecoming weekend, September 17, I :00 p.m. at the house, football classic and barbeque. Initiates: Homer Casher, Ian Denman, Gilles LeBlanc, Luc Stefan Mathan, Martin Michaud, Michael Scott, John Wheeler.

ADD, MICHIGAN TECH Darryl J . Muir, President 206 Second Street Houghton, Michigan 49931 We are building a rush program dedicated to quality membership as well as increasing numbers. Our alumni newsletter has brought response from our alumni to start a "Buck-a-Month" club. The pledge program has been restructured to improve our membership. For the first time, this winter we competed in the top competition group at the winter carnival. ALUMNI EVENT: Founders' Day Banquet, November 4, 1983, Student Union at 7:30 p.m. Initiates: David Harvey, Steven Ilenich, Mark Jurek, Lawrence Krause, David Taylor.

ADU, EMPORIA STATE James M. Smith, President 1301 Highland Emporia, Kansas 66801 Projects of the term were formation of an alumni corporation and building a better, bigger rush program, including an extensive summer rush program . We won the Interfraternal Council basketball tourney and took an active part in the campus-wide blood-mobile. ALUMNI EVENT: July 15-17, summer reunion at the house. Initiates: Doug Nienstedt, David Hinners, Mike Baugh.

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Federico Jose Rivero, President P. O. Box 571, Campbell Avenue West Haven, Connecticut 06516 We have more member participation and with an improved rush program, have our largest pledge class ever. We have established a by-laws committee and are working to improve our image on campus. Initiates: Russell W. Holbrook, Hector Diaz, Robert Leonard,Jorge Rocco , Alfredo Rivero.

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ADU, SAN JOSE Jeffrey S. Kaneko, President 282 South 10th Street, Apt. #4 San Jose, California 95112 We have doubled our size for the second consecutive semester, and received the highest GPA of all the fraternities. We have brought alumni back together and established great relations with other fraternities and sororities. A sorority escort service is a recent project. Initiates: John DeWitt, Kevin Klass, Tom Lewis, Neil Hornby, Steve Spadafore, Alex Sydnor.

Gomment on GFraternity

Thoughts on the Quality of Friendship and Fraternity Leadership "You cannot choose your battlefield, The gods do that for you. But you can plant a standard Where a standard never flew." - Stephen Crane Lafayette and Syracuse 1894

Texas Tech - As the Fmtemity's youngest colony, these men were the first class pledged into the colony last fall.

ADU, TEXAS TECH Robbie L. Leffel, President P. O. Box 4259 Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas 79409 Rush was successful with 11 new pledges to join our group. Our community service project was working for the Lions Club at the pancake festival. Current projects are planning for our first alumni event; getting our 1M program started; establishing a pledge program; and publishing our first DU alumni newsletter. Initiates: Bill Coates, Ian Coughenour, Tommy England, Ray Fillpot, John Garey, Tracy Harrison, David Kern, Robbie Leffel, Jim O'Donnell, David Reznik, Brett Robinson, Kyle Rogers, Chris Sadler, Rene Sandoval , Bryan Scott, Richard Shelton, Clint Smith, Kevin Tansey, Mark Tatum, Eric Youngblood.

* Star by a chapter name indicates a chapter that has actually given money to support the work of the Educational Foundation for either 1981-'82 or 1982-'83. ** Two stars indicate those chapters supporting the Foundation for both years. Chapter names are also engraved on the Thornton B. Penfield plaque in the Hall of Honor at the Fraternity's headquarters.

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by Wilford A. Butler, CAE

Somehow those words of Stephen Crane came flooding back to me as the news of the sudden and unexpected death of my friend and fraternity brother, Dennis Cheatham, chairman of the board, came over the telephone. It was my great privilege and pleasure to work with him from his first day as a Fraternity officer. Our friendship went back to his undergraduate days in the Indiana Chapter when we had a heated debate on the benefits and advantages of International Fraternity affiliation and the costs. Not so many years later, when he was elected Treasurer of the fraternity he had a first-hand opportunity to work to create contemporary financial planning and money management systems. It was like all of the other jobs that he tackled in the community, in his profession of banking, setting a new standard of achievement. Because he used his common sense business approach to the Fraternity did not mean that he lacked vision, dreams and the ability to set forth stretch objectives for Delta Upsilon. Later , when he was elected Chairman of the Board, it seemed the natural continuum in his service to the fraternity. Much of the impetus for the fraternity's long-

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range planning came as a result of his encouragement, ideas and determination to insist on the highest standard of performance in anything associated with DU. Over time, some of the more enjoyable opportunities to share ideas and to get new enthusiasm came from our trips from Columbus, Ohio to Indianapolis. We shared such an experience just days before his death. At critical times in the life of our Fraternity, it has been ennobled by the right leadership. We are all beneficiaries of Dennis Cheatham's standard-setting pace. Fraternally yours,

7Jit{~ Wilford A. Butler, CAE Executive Director

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Listed below are members of the President's Club for the giving year 1982-'83 . President's Club donors give a minimum of $100 annually to the Fraternity's alumni support appeal, with any amount over $50 going to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation unless the donor instructs otherwise. Giving levels are named for former presidents of the Fraternity. This list includes 323 donors giving from July 1, 1982 to March 31,1983. Donations received between April 1 and June 30 will be listed in the October Qum路lerly.

The George F. Andrews Circle Gifts of $100 to $149 Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 Leland J. Adams, JL, Bucknell '64 Mark H. Adams, Kansas '20 E. Daniel Albrecht, Arizona '59 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 Joseph Allen, Jr., Michigan State '60 Clarke Ambrose, Cornell '48 C. B. Anderson, Jr., Indiana '27 Donald B. Anderson, Colgate '39 Thomas W . Anderson, Michigan State '72 Lawrence Angst, Western Reserve '45 Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 Charles V. Bacon, Jr., Purdue '38 Gordon C. Baker, Clarkson '27 Douglas D. Ballou, Kansas '75 James R. Balta, Bucknell '59 William N. Banks, Jr., Dartmouth '45 Harvey Bartle, Jr., Pennsylvania '30 Walter J. Beadle, Technology '20 Clifford L. Beakes, Virginia '40 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '23 Curtiss L. Beebe, Washington '35 Halden M. Beers, Carnegie '35 Robert L. Bijou, Alberta '48 George Blair, Miami '37 Paul J. Bodine, Jr., Northwestern '50 George A . Bolas, Michigan '36 William B. Boone, California '35 Herbert S. Botsford, California '53 Richard N. Brandenburg, Washington State '55 James G. Brass, Manitoba '73 John J. Bricker, Western Reserve '35 Mrs. W. Eddy Heath in memory of Edgar R. Brown, Middlebury 1893 Raymond G. Bruckman, Miami '49 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State '80 William D. Brumbaugh, Jr., Michigan '28 Lisle M. Buckingham, Western Reserve '17 Charles A. Buerger, Carnegie '60 Craig L. Bunker, Kansas State '70 Kerry H . Burg, Washington State '50 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Charles S. Carter, Tennessee '71 William L. Carter, Florida '71 Harold D. Caylor, Indiana '16 C. E. Cayot, Kansas '25

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David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 Huntly G. Chapman, British Columbia '68 Ronald M . Christie, Western Ontario '59 Joseph W. Ciatti, Oregon '64 Brian G . Clark, Toronto '69 Don E. Clark, Alberta '55 Benjamin M. Clifford, Washington State '46 Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 Neal L. Cobb, Tufts '27 David L. Cole, Wilmington '72 T. H. Conklin, Miami '29 Stephen S. Conway, Purdue '51 Jack H. Copple, Purdue '36 Eleta L. Corbitt in memory of Marsh M. Corbitt, Washington' 17 Philip A. Corey, Ohio State '48 Richard Y. Coulton, Miami '54 Lloyd W. Courter, Iowa '57 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State '47 Curtiss E. Crippen, Minnesota '30 Harry B. Cunningham, Miami '29 Harold C . Davis, Missouri '29 Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 Americo Dean, Jr., Michigan State '60 J : Leavitt Dearborn, Nebraska '32 Earl E. Deimund, II, Missouri '60 Anthony P. DeJulius, Penns路ylvania State '56 C. J. DeLaCroix, Indiana '69 Lewis W. Dewey, Jr., Wisconsin '56 H. Robert Diercks, Minnesota '35 William R. Dillon, Kansas '78 John J. Douglas, Wisconsin '39 Charles F. Dugan, II, Miami '60 James H. DuMond, Jr., Pacific '66 David R. Eagleson, Miami '44 Kenneth G. Edwards, Pennsylvania State '71 Frederick L. Elder, Miami '27 John J. Enders, Washington State '39 Edwin L. English, Ohio State '22 Douglas B. Eskridge, Missouri '64 Mark Falb, Iowa '69 Henry A. Federa, Louisville '35 George D. Ferguson, British Columbia '62 Dennis A. Ferrazzano, Johns Hopkins '68 Thomas S. Filip, Oklahoma '69 Daniel E. Fitzgerald, Purdue '49 Joseph E. Fluet, Jr., North Carolina '65 Richard M. Forester, Wisconsin '31 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State '70 C. Norman Frees, DePauw '36 David J. Fulton, Miami '61 Daniel B . Funk, Purdue '61 John W. Gendron, Oregon '40 R. Bowen Gillespie, Marietta '72 Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42 Ernest L. Glasscock, Missouri '28 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 Marcus S. Goldman , Miami '16 Benjamin A . Goodin, Missouri '39 William R. Gordon, Kansas State '60 John T. Gramley, Pennsylvania State '26 Hugh W . Gray, Nebraska '34 Meryl B. Gray, Miami '36 James R. Green, Nebraska '75 William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 Gerald A. Hale, Western Michigan '52 H . Thomas Hallowell, Jr., Swarthmore '29 John L. Hamilton, Nebraska '79 Eugene E. Hamlin, Jr. , Carnegie '39 Stephen F. Harbison, Stanford '65 Donald E. Hathaway, Miami '44

Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Lloyd T. Hayward, Middlebury '23 Stewart L. Hayward , Oregon '41 C. J. Head, Chicago '52 Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '51 Thomas H. Henkle, U.C .L.A. '50 Timothy R. Herbert, Iowa State '82 Richard D. Hickman, Johns Hopkins '28 Corwin H. Hinton, Illinois '29 Walter J. Hodge, Missouri '25 Benjamin F. Hoffacker, Lehigh '44 Joseph F. Hogan, Miami '48 John D. Holschuh, Sr., Miami '48 James P. Howard, Oregon '41 Richard D . Howell, Colorado '78 Jack T. Hunn, Iowa '55 Harry K. Huntoon, Illinois '37 C. Earl Ingalls, Brown '25 Jamille G. Jamra, Northwestern '38 E. D. Jewett, Jr. , Kansas '42 D . Geoffrey John, Arizona '62 Allan R. Johnson, Pennsylvania '39 James R. Johnson, Houston '78 George R. Jones, Virginia '32 William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 William E. Jouris, Technology '61 William L. Julian, Illinois '29 William G. Kagler, Syracuse '54 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 George B. Kautz, Missouri '33 Robert D. Kayser, California '46 Don W. Kennedy, British Columbia '66 Stewart B. Kett, California '49 Leslie W. Kinnie, Colorado '71 H. E. Klemp, Kansas '26 Norman S. knauss, Miami '53 Semon E. Knudsen, Technology '36 Glede R. Kohler, DePauw '51 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska '58 Eldred D. Kuppinger, Ohio State '33 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue '51 Joseph B. Lamb, Kansas '24 Robert B. Legge, San Jose '58 Gar! L. Levering, Northwestern '61 Rodric N. Lindenberger, Wisconsin '68 Ernest L. Lippert, Oklahoma '24 Richard A . Lobban, Middlebury '29 J. D . Lohrei, Indiana '23 James A . MacMartin, Technology '50 Robert J. Martin, Washington '59 Arthur H . Mason, Illinois '16 Ralph L. Mason, Iowa State '33 Joseph L. Matteson, Lehigh '40 Alexander T. Mayo, Virginia '29 Lewell N . Mays, Ohio State '31 Robert Mazet, Jr., Brown '24 John C. Mazzei, New York '26 Robert P. McBain, Michigan State '64 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23 R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 Frank C. McGrew, Nebraska '34 Thomas F. McK'!y, Washington '48 Donald L. McKelvey, Missouri '32 Frank E. McKee, Jr., Pennsylvania '52 F. Thomas McMahon, Syracuse '52 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Walter H. Mengden, Sr., Illinois '25 Donald C. Metz, Purdue '30 Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Raymond F . Miller, Purdue '22 Raymond Mooney, Illinois '16 Robert J. Moore, Kansas '53 Allen A. Mossier, Indiana '50 E. L. Moulton, Union '37 Floyd E. Munson, Purdue '57

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James R. Myers, Ohio State '38 Victor T. Neff, Missouri '66 Donald F. Newman, Carnegie '54 Reginald B. Newman, Northwestern '59 George Nicolau, Michigan '48 Norman W . Nichols, Iowa '62 David T. Nielsen, Platteville '70 Raymond S. Noonan, Middlebury '21 C. Esco Obermann, Iowa '26 M. J. O'Brien, Toronto '42 James M. O'Donnell, Western Michigan '69 James W. Osborn, Iowa State '73 Julius A. Otten, III, Michigan '61 Sidney W. Patterson, Dartmouth and Oklahoma '42 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina '54 Joseph H. Penrose, Jr., Cornell '59 W. Allen Perry, Iowa State '27 Harold 1. Peters, Indiana '31 Walter R. Peterson, Washington '22 Charles A. Phillips, III, Clarkson '64 Daniel A. Piegari, Illinois '68 Richard R. Popham, Purdue '40 William M. Poston, North Carolina '71 R. J . Provan, Alberta '71 Alan V. Pugh, North Carolina '73 Robert L. Purcell, Chicago '31 Remington J. Purdy, Lehigh '28 Donald C. Rasmussen , Purdue '46 Gary D. Ray, Kansas '67 Orville H . Read, Missouri '33 Donald M. Reese, Nebraska '26 Roland R. Reiche, Northwestern '42 Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 William R. Reusing, Virginia '62 Donald L. Richardson, Washington & Lee '43 Thomas H . Rinehart, Kansas '57 Charles W. Roberts, Lehigh '27 Fulton W. Samson, Pennsylvania '21 Norman D. Sanders, Ohio '59 Mrs . Morris D. Schellhardt in memory of .1. S. Schellhardt, Chicago '26 C. Earl Schooley, Missouri '28 ' F. Wayne Schooley, Iowa State '22 James H. Sergeson, Michigan '59 James C. Shaw, Ohio State '49 Walter V. Shearer, Miami '25 John S. Shellenberger, Pennsylvania '52 John L. Sherman, San Jose '66 Robert M. Shurtleff, Clarkson '66 C. David Siegfried, Houston '79 Cassius C. Sisler, Western Reserve '46 Charles J. Slawson, Kansas '20 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas '56 John R. Slothower, Nebraska '45 Richard A. Smith, Missouri '62 Rodney R. Smith, Cornell '67 LeRoy B. Snediker, Jr., Marietta '50 J. Wesley St. Clair, Kansas '58 R. V. Stephens, Indiana '61 Robert Stirling, Colby '31 William L. Stover, Carnegie '40 Paul M. Stowe, Wisconsin '28 Raymond Stutsman, Purdue '53 Vern P. Swanes, Washington '45 Clifford B. Swenson, San Jose '61 Herbert K. T aylor, Jr. , Swarthmore '27 Scott D. Thayer, Middlebury '43 Walter N. Thayer, Colgate '31 John T. Thompson, Michigan '39 Franklyn H. Tormoen, Minnesota '30 L. G. Truesdell, Jr., Minnesota '27 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate '74 Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose '59 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'

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Honor Roll continues to grow

+ Schwartz, L. '82 * Tackell, C. '77 (2)

Listed below are the top ten chapters ranked in order by numbers of donors to the Annual Alumni Support Appeal. This ranking is for the period July 1, 1982 to April 1, 1983, check the October Quarterly for the final ranking for this year which ended June 30, 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Purdue - 129 Kansas - 98 Illinois - 94 Miami - 93 Wisconsin - 85 Missouri - 83 Rutgers - 83 Washington - 77 Indiana - 75 Iowa State - 75 Michigan - 71 Cornell- 70

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+ Corbet, R. '47 (8) Cowley, W. '46 * Hebb, C. '62 (8) + Hertz, D. '81 (2) + Ilodgson, P. '58 Love, D. '46 (8) • * Pechet, H. '69 (2) * Provan, R. '66 (2) >I< Swanson, F. '37 (2) + VanDerLee, E. '51 (6) * Warrack, A. '61 (6) + Wensel, R. '56 + Zender, K. '68 AMHERST-8 Gower , S. '36 (12 ) Gresko, M. '68 (3) Lacey, N. '39 (2)

+ Dean. G. '62 Dinsmore, P. '65 (5) + Jewell, S. '66 (6) *John, D. '62 (6) !"foravetz, J. '64 *Shore, G. '62 * Swenson, C. '40

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+ Keogh, W. '34 (2)

+ Krasnitz, M. '56 (6)

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Mandel, M. '55 (13)

+ Ma ynard , P. '36

+ McClure, ]. '42 (8) McGraw, b. '29 (3)

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COLORAD0-21 + Ba ....y, I. '79 Benninghm'cn. P. '63 (4) • + Buckley, D. '75 (2) + Carrington, R. '82 + Dunham , K. '62 (4) Durso, J. '75 + Gaddis, L. '63 (4) + Gatewood, R. '62 * Howell, R. '78 (2) Kinnie. L. '7 1 + Mcintosh, R. '76 (2) + Milne, C. '73 (7) * Ne lson, H. '59 (9)

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Pober, K. '62 (8) +Sloan,J. '6 1 Vaughan, B. '68 (2) *Walsh, M. '7 4 + Wilson , S. '72 (2) + Yezek, S. '80 (2)

COLORADO STAT~5 + Ba rber, O. '50 Bingham, J. '82 + F ..ede .. ick, L. ' 72 (4) + Syractl sa, M. '81 Wanzeck , T. '8 1 (2) COLUMBIA-6 Eichacke .. , W. '4 1 (8) + Laude .. , W. '44 (5) + McConnack, J. '39 (7) Mon tgomery, R. '28 (2) Muelle .. , W. '26 (4) + \Villiams, R. '25 CORNELL-70 Alle n, J. '73 (2) Altemus, I. '65 (6) Amb .. ose: C. '48 (3) Alliyeh, R. '55 + Banlett , I-I. '36 * Beckwith , R. '57 (I 3) Boe .. icke, F. '28 (2) Caruthe .. s, E. '28 (5) + Cla .. k , 1', '23 (12) + C lemente, ~ I. '73 (6) C lem ente, R. '72 + Daverio, p, '60 Det .. ick, L. '80 Dodge, R. '40 (3) + D'Onof.. io, P. '76 (7) Dzinski , B. '82 + Ed mondson, J. '49 + Enick, G. '7 1 (2) + FalTington, W. '43 + Fi x, F. '23 + Fuss, I. '7 1 (3) Giacobbi, P. '6 1 Gilch .. ist, R. '40 (13) + Haldeman, S. '24 (13) + Halstead, C. '63 (6) Hannan , ~ . '5 2

*

+ ~~~S:,I:

~. :~~ (7)

+ Walsh, J. '8 r + Wasilewski, I. '74 (6) Weber, E. '49 (3) '" 'Vcideman, E. '67 (4) • Wiser, G. '17 + Will, M. '71 (7) *Wood, G. '64 * Wood, M. '64 (12) + Wyckoff, C. '54 + Wyman, D. '80 CREIGHTON-5 + Busch , R. '70 + Byrne, T. '75 (4) + Ga lles, T. '73 Haerr, R. '72 (5) McNaq', C. '75 (7)

*DARTMOUTH-I3 Banks, W. '45 (9) Blanchard , R. '30 Campbell, D. '36 Carte .. , L. '28 (2) + Cook, W. '23 (4) • Ensinger, S. '27 (13) + Gi llespie, A. '44 (3) Hoil es, C. '32 (8) * McHenry, H. '25 (4) + Patterson, E. '4 1 (2) * Pallerson, S. '42 (6) Swift, N. '27 (8) + VanReypen, R. '47 (4) DAVIS--2 + Boro, H . '69 + MacSwain, G. '69 (2) DAYTON-2 + Gilhooley, G. '77 (2) Lyons, W. '72 (9) DELAWAR~8

*

Anza lone, E. '72 (7) + Carey, J. '70 (7) Hallam, W. '80 (2)

+~~:~~'. t.'?:l

O ldfield, D. '70 (6) Oves, R. '70

+ Williams, D. '74

DENISON-14 • Anthony, R. '67 (2) + Bohachek, T. '54 + Boswau, H. '55 (1 3) Brainard , D. '62 (8) Fleming, R. '50 (2) • Foy, R. '50 + Gu lyas, T. '73 Haines, F. '63 ( II ) Hayden, R. '77 + Iones, S. '80 (2) • 1{u hlm an , D. '61 (12) + Reu tcl', C. '6 1 + Robertson, E. '56 (4) + Schaefer, P. '57

Hillel', R. '55 (2)

+ Howell, A. '50

*

Keating, T. 'S7 (6) K. '29 + Kennedy, D. '50 (13) * Kiplinger, A. '39 (4) Kirkland , J. '50 + Lathrop, W. '6 1 (8) * Mann, R. '52 (3) + Palmer, J. '64

+ Kellerman,

: ~:if}~~~~\I])'7~~2\12) *Penrose,J- '59 (13) Poole, J. 33 (3) + Preston, R. ' 19 (3) >« Reese , D. '63 * Rothrock, C. '54 + Russell, H. '54 Scal7.0, A. '71 (3) + Schaenen, N . '23 (13) *Scha enen, N. J1'. '50 (13) + Sh epard, W. '3 1 (6) Smit h , A. '3 1 + Smith, R. '29 (4) *Smith, R. '67 (2) * T ro y, F. '29 Turna. R. '81 + Turner, A. '36 (2) + Vaughan, A. '59 (3) +Vaughan, A. III '60 (6) * Vawter, H. '42 (13) Walla ce, A . .Ir. '20 (5)

DEPAUW-43 + Barrett, W. '61 + Boldrey, E. '63 Bricken , J. '15 (2) Coons, P. '39 + EllOn, S. '55 + Epperson, C. '59 + Epperson , E. '30 (6) + FISchel', C. '62 (5) tJord, H . '47 * hees, C. '36 (2) Gamble, C. '33 (5) +Gough , H. '29 (3) . + Hamt!to nd. J. '50 • Harthn e, J. '34 + Haygood, T. '58 Herrell, M. '60 (4) + Herrold, R. '36 (5) + Jones, H. '32 (6) + Keiper, J. '33 (6) +Ke rr,J . '32 (13) Knueppel, C. '46 * Kohler, C . '5 1 + Lascher , E. '5 1 + Lilienthal, A. '33 (2) + Luljak , L. '50 Mann, R. '74 (3) >« Mason. R. '38 McCarty, T. '28 (2) + McEvoy, P. '27 (8)

DELTA UPSILON Q UARTERLY'

• McConnell, A. 1('58 (5) Miller, D. '70 (4) • Newell, R. '34 (8) + Parkin, D. ' 15 (4) + Pelly, J. '36 (8) * Reagan, W. '46 (7) Sampson, D. '50 +Shake, J. '40 ( 13) Stewa rt, A. '32 (2) + Trusler, M. '3 1 (3) Voorh is, A. '30 * Wechter, E. '22 + Wise, B. '36 (7) * Wolf, J. '39 EASTERN KENTUCKY-3 Argabright, T. '70 (7) + Collins, R. '74 (4) Hrubala, B. '73 (6) FLORIDA-28 + Backenstoss, G. '65 + Bayman, S. '58 (7) + Beasley, J. '66 + Bonney, J. '67 (5) + Borchellel', I. '74 * Caner, W. '71 (8) * Delaney, J. '77 (5) + Dowling, J . '70 + Dun'ell, A. '65 + Fon-est, P. '58 ( 13) + Kraak, G. '82 Lampila'f' '70 • Meeker, . '65 (6) Meininger, S. '80 (3) + Moore, R. '78 • Mue ller, C. '65 (6) + Pritchard, C. '62 (8) + Rettstadt, R. '82 • Roberts, J. '63 (12) • Rosenthal, 1'. '73 (7) Salfi, D. '58 (4) +Sha"pe, M. II '62 (2) + TalkIngton, J. '8 1 (2) + Wadsworth,l. '65 Wa llof, W. '62 Whelan, J. '79 + Wilcox, R. '68 + Woodall, J. '62 FRESN0-5 + Correia, J. '76 (7) + Duncan, E. '67 (7) * Enner, J. '69. Gra ham A '73 Schmid t: K. '72 GEORGIA TECH-16 + Abbott, J. Jr. '69 (13) + Burson, B. '65 (2) • Cecil, C. '64 (6) • + Euba nks, P. '7 1 + Fariss, D. '59 (7) + Flax, S. '78 (5) + Hall, R. '62 (2) + Haney, M. '79 (3) Hal', W. '71 Huie, D. '60 • Lawso n, C. '64 (12) McKeeman, R. '77 + Monfon , C. '68 (13) + Mumper, M. '62 (8) Murray, W. '80 + Schepps, E. '81

HAMILTON-21 Doyle, D. '39 (7) Fauver, A. '32 + Fletche .. , L. '20 (4) Glenn , W. '79 Green, D. '29 (7) H am ilton , D. '24 McNall , P. '57 *Orcutt, B. '26 ( 13) Pitarresi, J. '70 + Romano, F. '49 Rowan, M. '73 (2) Schwarz, T. '66 • +Scovel, F. '25 (3) Smith, "V. '58 Stackho use, H. '28 Sullivan, C. '33 Th iergard , D. '63 Strohmeyer, C. ).1'. '65 (7) Weeden, C. J r. 39 + Wefer, D. '54 ( 12) Whelan, K. '80

July, 1983

HARVAR0--6 Adams , A. '32 (8) + Ballard, E. '27 (2) Dorman, G. '25 Holder, E. '31 (4) * Lovett, L. '33 + Spang, W. '38 HOUSTON-8 + Dutcher, D. '73 (8) + Fasscua, D. '77 * I ohnson, J. '78 + r.1agill, J. '73 (2) + Roznovsky, V. '75 (5) *Siegf.. ied, C. '79 (4) + Smallwood, A. '7 1 + Trowbrid ge, J. '82

Stauder, R. '46 • Stein, H. '22 (8) • + Svoboda, W. '67 +Tisch , \V. '38 • Trelease, S. ' 17 (13) +Tl'Oller, S. '58 (2) Ulatoski, P. '75 (4) Valko, R. '64 Verheeck, R. '70 Wells, S. '82 Williams, S. '71 (4) + Woodcock, G. '55 (2)

INDIANA-75 Abbott, G. '80 (3) • Albright, J. '32 (2) + Alla ..d, D. '70 (8) * Anderson , C. '27 (7) ILLINOIS--94 Ax, J. '35 + Bear, M. '55 + Albrecht, D. 'p I (2) • Altorfe r , A. '43 (2) Bell, C. '54 (6) * Bailie, H. '48 Bell, T. '78 *Beckma n, A. '22 (8) + Blakley, S. '65 (2) +Bercher, W. '38 (7) + Borgmeier, P. '69 (5) + Bradfield, W. '3 1 (3) + Bergstrom, J. '55 (2) * Blankenship, M. '55 (7) +Ca rtwright, J. '54 (3) *Caylor, H. ' 16 (13) B loem ker, L. '43 (3) Buchanan, R. '55 (4) + Caylor, T. '21 (8) Clarkson , J. '45 Buist, J. '78 Bunzos, F. '77 (6) * CUlTier, R. '64 (7) • Capps, J. '36 • Curry, J. '5 1 (3) Chapman, H . '37 * Cutter,J. '5 2 Chessman , H. '37 (2) + DeB olt, R. '49 (10) Clements, E. 111 '7 1 (7) *DeLaCroix, C. '69 (2) • Coffel, C. '28 (13) + Downing, D. '55 (4) Connel-, 1. '66 + Endwrignt, D. '56 ( 12) + Cooper, B. '80 • Escott, J. ).1'. '4 1 (7) + Etzler, J. 75 (2) DaBolI, H. '44 + Farquharson , D. '40 (6) + Davis, D. '65 * Dunham, F. '4 1 (2) Finke, R. '57 + Fleetwood, R. '29 + Emerson, B. II '69 (7) + Fad u m, R. '35 (4) Franzman, H. '48 + Fe nstermaker, R. Jr. '55 (3) +Cutman, P. '52 (8) • Hall, W. '44 (II) + Finney, M. Jr. '53 (4) Fogler, H . '6 1 • Harper, B. '54 (10) + Ganschow, C. '30 (2) * Haugh, R. '48 (7) Giffin, D. '62 (13) + H enoerson, j . '43 +Gricsbaum, P. '58 (2) + Hirschm ann, 1. '38 (8) + Ho llis, J. '28 (7) + Groebe, W. '70 (2) + Grumish , J. '76 Hutchison, C. '74 (3) *Kahlenbeck, H. II'. '52 (13) Hall, R. '74 (7) +1-!arney, J. '46 * Kovener, R. '55'(3) + Harrington, S. '75 Lake, E. '50 (6) Larko, R. '81 (2) + Harris, R. '55 (7) *Loh rei,J. '23 (3) * HiIllon, C. '29 (4) Mason, J. '75 (2) + Hougham, R. '72 (3) + Howard, H. '33 (13) l\'lasters, F. '25 * MossIer, A. '50 (8) * HunlOon, H. '72 (8) * HUnloon, H. '37 (2) Nicolai, J. '34 • tOhnstoll, G. '24 + Peak, P. '55 (13) * uli an, W. '29 ( 13) * Peters, H. '3 1 Peyton, R. '68 (3) + empfer , P. '64 + Phillips, R. '7 1 (5) + Kiefus, R. '63 (3) + Kimmel, J. '60 • Racz, R. '67 (4) Rinehan, W. '29 (2) + Kirchner, L. '25 (12) + Kirkpatrick , T. IL '64 (5) + Robb, M. '26 (I I) + Knezovich,J. '68 + Rogers, F. '21 + Kooistra, P. '58 (3) + Rosenberger, H. '22 (12) * Kouzomis, S. '68 Schwin, J. '32 Kurland , T. '80 (2) + Scott, D. '60 (3) + Selby, V. '31 (2) + Ladd, B. '57 (5) • * Lehmann, S. '34 ( 12) +SerVaas, B. '4 1 Lewis, T. '16 (7) +Smith , K. '63 (8) *Stephens, R. '61 (6) + Ma gn ussen , R. '60 (5) + Stephens, X. '28 (6) * Mason, A. '16 (9) Matic, C. '75 (2) +Stewart, W. '38 (3) + Stove .. , J. '55 (2) + McEne!,)', J. '5 1 (3) +Styles, R. '49 (2) + McLees, /.of. '75 (3) Mead, G. '57 (5) + Swayze, R. '41 (12) * Mengden, W. '25 + Thompson, R. '74 (3) +Millns, J . '72 +Ve lle .. , D. '35 (2) Monge, J . '60 (4) +Warn er,J. ' 19 (3) *Mooney, R. ' 16 (2) • Wear, G. ' 17 (13) + Mosetick, F. '56 + \Vehm eicr, H . '46 Muhs, E. '28 (3) • Weil and, L. '28 (2) • + Ottoson, W. '60 (3) White, C. '29 + Parsons, E. '27 ( 13) + Williams, D. '70 + Peterson, C. '63 (2) + Wingham, K. '66 (4) * Piega .. i, D. '68 (7) *Yenne, H. ' 16 (13) + Pizzuto, M. '81 (2) + Plewa, J. '78 + Pollitt, S. '65 (3) IOWA-6 1 Ackersoll, F. '44 (7) Potter, R. '53 +Ba .. di ll, M. '34 *Rice, A. '36 (8) + Rugel, C. '78 (2) Bell, J. '57 + Schu ltz, C. '67 (4) Benson, C. '4 1 (7) +Shaw, D. '5 1 (8) + Bonnell, I. '5 1 +Sheehan,.J. '33 (3) + Bornholdt, J. '36 (7) Sh epard, B. '32 + Boyle, D. '55 Brown, l\.L '7 1 (5) * Sherman, O. '51 + Sparks, R. '31 (6) + Browning, E. '37 (6)

Butt, H. '33 Carter, R. '69 + Case, L. '70 Caughlan , R. '45 +Childs, H. '33 (13) *Coune .. , L. '57 (6) Currie, E. '47 (2) + Daine, J. '51 (2) Dikeman, P. '31 (6) + Erwin, J. '60 * Falb, M. '69 (2) + FleLCher,J. '35 (13) Fostci-. R. '77 Groth , R. '81 * Harsha, H. '42 (12) • Hawkinson, H. '35 (13) Hinson, D. '58 • Holscher, R. '44 (7) • Huebsch, F. '5 2 * Hunn, J. '55 (6) + Hutcheson, I. '65 (3) Hynes, M. '~7 (4) + Irwin, R. '57 + Kesman, A. '77 (2) + Kloewer, D. '58 (2) • Knuepfer, D. '76 K..ekel, L. '56 Lapham, R. '39 (5) • Lundy, J. '36 (7) Marvel, J. '42 + McCa ....aghe .. , I. '68 (4) + !vfcClananan. R. '49 + Miller, K. '67 (2) + Nelso n , K. '44 *Nichols. N. '62 * Obe .. mann, C. '26 (12) O'Co nn o .. , R. '47 (7) + Phillips, J. '77 Ride .. , R. '75 (7) Rubin, W. '68 (7) + Rusk, D. '76 (5) + Sloa n, A. '80 (3) Smalley, D. '68 (2) Sodemann, N. '62 (5) + Spring, R. '59 + Sunderb .. uch, A. '67 (2) + Vic kers, T. '7 1 (6) + Viskocil, J. '75 (6) *Welch, J. '61 Wieben, C. '45 (3) * Wiese, J. '58 (6) + Wynja, D. '67 IOWA STAT~75 Andres, K. '66 + Bechtel, T. '32

+ ~~~~~~' f·,;~6

* Carlson, Bruening, K. '80 (3) \·v. '42 Carson, J . '73 Ch ance, R. '54 + Clapp, I.. '23 + Covert, R. '61 +C mnk,J. '60 (12) Dickinson, D. '57 + Donahe)', W. '32 ( 12) Drake, D. '62 + Duda, W. '48 Engler, G. '43 (5) + Fleck, R. '49 (7) + Grant, IV. '27 (2) + Grllenig, C. '59 (7) + Gutknecht, D. '59 + Hamman, K. '72 Hansen, T. '79 (4) Heckmi ll er, D. '57 (3) * Herben, T. '82 + Howes, R. '38 (4) J effries, I. '78 + Jeffries , K. '8 1 (2) +Jensen, R. '62 + John, E. ' 16 • Johnson, A. Jr. '47 (3) Johnson, M. '74 (2) Kempel'S, L. '75 Kratoska , R. '59 (5) + Kuchel, M. '76 Logan, ll. '82 + Lovell, J. Jr. '50 (2) Maher, R. '70 Maier, S. '75 (4) + Malin, D. ' 18 (4) * ~ Iason, R. '33 (7) ~ Iatz , R. '30 l\.kConnaughcy, H. '34 Mo ..es, A. '80 (2) + Morse, D. '52 (3) + Neil, R. '30 ( 13) * Osborn'f' '73 * Parker, . '30 (6) Pe .. r \" W. '27 (6)

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Pcters, T. '57 (7) + Posakony, G. '46 Ra p A. '27 * Ren ', R. '80 (2) Rill S, W. '49 Schindler,.J. '66 *Schooley, F. '22 (13). + Scott, W. '45 (2) Shaw, j. '50 +Sieben, D. '67 Skeie, L. '64 +Soos, .J. '58 + Spears, R. '4 1 (2) + Sullivan , G. '80 (3) + Tillapau ~ b , H. '32 (8) Trunk ey, C. '52 Vo¥genthaler, A. '24 (3) + Wa ker, G. '44 (6) • Warren, A. '22 (13) Webster, V. '25 (13) Welch. P. '59 Willard, F. '2 1 (2) + Williamson, R. '28 (13) + Wood, R. '5 1 (2) + Wood, W. '55 (5) *Yirak, j. '40 (4) * Young, J. '28 (3)

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JOHNS HOPKINS-3I + Bie millcr, L '55 (6)

* Bigley, H. '64 (7)

+ Blaylock, M. '68 (6) + Budni tz , E. '53 (5) * Calli s, P. '4 1 (3) * Ferrazza no, D. '68 (2) Fl'ankwich , V. '53 (2) Geigle, C. '35 Harris, R. III '66 (6) * Hickm a n, R. '28 (13) Kell )', R. '29 Kent , L. '52 (3) Kidncr, B. '55 + Lausch , S. '29 (12) * Levy, K. '26 (2) Lin ck, O. '32 Lord, R. '54 (13) *~Iill er, C. '49 ( II ) + ~I )'e r s , C. '52 (4 ) Newnan, W. '59 (2) + Palumbo, A. Jf. '67 (12) Peach,.J. '3 1 (7) +Pe rr )" V. '6 1 (3) + Reutter , T. '6 1 + Sands, C. '45 + Schiff, A. '74 Schultz, E. '48 (2) + Shelton , T. '67 Shipley, N. '52 (6) + Utte rback, 1'. '48 (13) • Yeager , J . '43 (4) KANSAS-98 *Adams, M. '20 (10) • Arnold, R. '27 (2) + Avez W. '34 (3) *Bair , F. '58 (6) • * Ballou, D. '75 (8) * Baum , A. '8 1 (2) + Beasl2 " P. '24 • Belt, . '57 ( 13) + Berkley, K. '61 (13) + Bir,gs, J. '70 (3) + Bi es, ll. '66 (4) + Brainard, W. '56 + Buec hel, D. '45 (3) + Butler, A. '31 (9) Cartmcll , P. '35 * Ca)'ot, C. '25 (3) + Chester, W. '23 (2) Childs, A. '35 Clar k, R. '38 Clarke, E. '42 Cram, j. '7 1 (7) +Cnlme r , W. '33 (13) + Crowther, M. '59 (7) * Cummings, D. '79 (4) + Davies, S. '73 (4) + Davis, R. '75 (6) + DeVore, S. '35 (4) + DcA ti e)', L. '33 (2) *Dillo n, W. '78 + Dykes, J . '63 (2) + Emery, T. '57 (4) +Ethe nn~lOn, S. '71 (10) + Fee, C. 47 (2) + Forne)" R. '21 (II) + Gallowa)' , A. '34 (2) Gallu 1', A. '38 * Gear, M. ' 17 ( 13) +Grad)', M. '67 * Gref.0l')" L. '75 (8) + Hal, C. '44 (7)

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+ Hamill , R. '68 (2) + Ham ilton, G. '37 (2) + Hampton, H. '61 Heffn er, D. '60 Herriott, ~ '35 + Hiebsch, . Jr. '42 (9) + Hi gdo n, J. '47 (4) + Hin shaw , C. Jf. '54 (13) • Hodges, M. '80 + Horn , R. '62 • Hysom, {. Jf. '57 (6) + Hysom, 1'. '62 (2) • Irwin, J. '49 (13) • *~we tt, E. '42 (2) * lemp , H. '26 (8) • KnolT,J. '31 (13) + Knu P , J. '65 *Lam , J. '24 (8) • • Landess, W. '53 (3) + Lee, J. '77 Light, M. '49 (II ) + Lindahl , C. '33 + Long, J . '70 (2) + Ludwick, A. '34 (5) Lytle, M. '79 (4) + McCa ll, R. '53 (7) + Metcalf, E. '43 (6) Miller, P. '73 (5) * Moo re , R. '53 + Morrison, D. '67 (5) Piller, T. '74 *Ray, G. '67 + Reeder, W. '47 (5) + Reese, j. '57 (6) + Reese, j. '31 * Rinehart, T. '57 + Rockhill, J. '51 (4) * Saricks, C. '70 (6) + Scha ffer, R. '4 1 + Schobe l', R. '4 7 (5) • Scho lten , J . '62 Scrivner, J . '50 +Sei tz,j. '3 1 (12) + Sherrell, M. '77 *Slawson, C. '20 (6) *Slawson, D. '56 (1 3) + Smith, N. '38 (12) * St. Clair,J. '58 (6) Stacey, M. '23 (3) + Stanton. D. '65 +Thom as, M. '62 (4) Trees, C. '29 (2) Trous lot, F. Jf. '28 (4) + w adde ll ...~. '57 (6) + Wells, S. ' 5 (4) + Williams, R. '40 (7) *Wilson, S. ~" '48 (3) + Wooding, . '77

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KANSAS ST ATE---42 + Baker. R. '66 Bock, H . '63 + Boelling, G. '58 (6) Bugn er, D. '81 * Bunker, C. '70 (3) Burnctt, B. '79 + Co nner, G. '58 (4) + Ebright, H . '74 (5) Fleisc hman , L. '77 + Ga lTe tt , R. -8 1 (2) * Gordon , W. '60 (7) +Greene, R. '58 (13) . + Hall, M. '68 + Hast ings, R. '79 (3) + Haw kins, D. '8 1 + Huffman, D. '68 (7) Johnsun, D. '75 (6) + on es, C. '77 +.Ju belt, B. '68 ( 12) + Law, D. '80 (3) Lewis, J. '7 6 + ~Ieri ll at, C. '79 (3) + ~ li esse, J. '72 (4) + ~ Iulch , G. '79 + Musil, E. '7 1 (II ) * Potter, B. '79 (3) + Rieken , G. '8 1 (2) Ruff, ~ 1. '63 + Salter, S. '79 (2) + Sell, R. '78 (5) + S'a lll e)" B. '80 (3) + S,ea rn s, ~1. '66 (4) + Steffey, N. '57 (3) + St robel, T. '78 + Svat)', R. '64 (3) Swe nson, J. '77 + Tan~el11an , S. '7 1 (3) Tuc er, K. '76 (7) + Tu ckwood, T. '79 Warn er , J. '80 (2) Wicthanl, M. '78 (3) • Wo lf, B. '80 (4)

KENT STATE-16 + Aljancic, T. '68 (4) + Brown ,d' '64 (6) Caser . '48 + Dale leI', A. '57 (8) + Farinacci, A. '65 (12) Fecht er, K. '67 (3) + Francis, G. '26 (7) +Ce l's ten, I. '6 1 (13) * GiOl'gianni, N. '56 (6) + Hall, P. '49 (13) Litwilci-, T. '56

+ Parso ns, D. '64 (8) + Shri ve r , P. '50 (6) Swartz, j. '22 (2) Ul'Schl er, E. '59 (8) + Whitman, R. '39 LAF A YETTE-33 Albenson, ~ 1. '22 + Alexander, C. I V '56 (13) * Baird, D. '59 (2) Che ney, C. '41 (3) Costen bader, C. '82 + DeRu yter, J. '73 (3) + Finley, S. '82 * Franzin\el" K. '36 (6) + Gel'ard, .. '34 (2) + Hazal'd, R. '80 (3) Hulse, J . '43 + HUl11ma, E. '29 (6) Hu tc hi son, S. '3 2 (3) + Klein, T . '68 (3) + Lawler, M. '72 (5) * Mace, J. '45 (2) + MacGeac hi e, M. '72 (7) + Marcellus, H . '46 (3) Messey, R. '79 (3) + Messick, W. '68 (4) + Me),ers, E. '66 (5) + Mulligan, T. '79 (3) Parkhu rst, F. ' 19 (3) +Pilgrim, W. '30 (13) Princio tla , .J . '80 Roth , S. '8 1 (2) + Sheridan, M. '81 Sick ler, P. '24 (3) Townsend , C. '34 (13) + Welsh, E. '30 *West, R. '53 ( 13) + Whit e, E. '68 (2) + Zcmbron, J. '74 LEHIGH-69 + Alcaro, j. '74 (4) + Allan, R. '68 (3) + Allen, C. '25 (9) + Bal'ba, C. Jr. '27 ( 13) + Barkc l', A. '6 1 + Benefield, C. '7 1 Bish op, B. '26 (5) Boyer, E. Jr. '43 (3) + Brenn es h oltz, L. '32 + Christiansen, R. '56 (3) + Conchar, B. '41 (5) Corderma n, D. '78 + Corson, O. '26 * Czern)" D. '74 (5) * Davis, B. '31 (2) Da)" C. '30 (12) + Deemer, \"'. '35 + Dixo n, W. '56 (2) * Ellinger, M. '56 + Forstall, E. '20 (13) Frymoye r, 1-1. '49 (2) + FultonF!. ' '73 Furst, . '60 (2) + Gabl'iel , R. '51 (8) + Gakos, P. '8 1 Gerber, I. ' 19 (13) + Goebel, R. '43

~~~ft:I~: '~9'82 + Hess, T. '37 (6) * Hoffacker, B. '44 (3) + Hornbak er, D. '26 (7) + Iacocca, G. '76 + ~~:(f."~ic'~6J. '29 (6)

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Kurtz, ~ '52 (7) + Lentz, . J I'. '30 (6) + Lich ter, J. '68 (4) * Liste r, W. '26 (2) Lore, H. '35 Lucadamo, E. '7 1 (6) Luff, P. '75 (2) * Maroti, L. '58 (13) + Martin, G. '76 *Matteson, j. '40 + Middleto n, D. '42 (7) + Miller, G. '76 • Moodie, W. Ir. '47 (6)

+ Moroz, H . '67 + Ne hrin~, T. '75 (5) + Nutt, \ . '36 (6) * Peck, H . '37 (7) + Pe rn a, J. '76 (7) *Purdy, R. '28 (13) + Rabold, F. '39 (2) Ramsay, j. '58 (13) + Ramsden, G. '44 Reber, R. '40 (6) * Roberts , C. '27 (6) + Roberts, J . '26 (6) Ruth, R. '68 (4) • Salmond, W. '46 (7) Shaw, P. '52 Sine, A. '35 + Stiver, W. Jr. '72 (6) Townsend, W. '45 \oVhiullo re, E. '40 Yaszemski, E. '80 (2) • Ziebold , W. '46 (7) LOUISIANA STATE-3 + Bonura, C. '74 (2) • Gerald, D. '81 (2) + Pastore k, S. '77 (3) LOUISVILLE-25 Alt, L. '62 (12) + Barnes, M. '76 (3) Bomar, H. '49 (3) • Cli ck, S. '50 (5) Crume, W. '65 (7) + Dinsmore, R. '66 • Farnsley, C. '30 (2) • * Federa, I-I. '35 (13) • Gaddie, G. '49 (13) + Gillespie, T. '53 (7) Halloran, R. '68 (2) Hartstern, S. '70 Hinton, T. '60 + Howe, F. '64 (7) • Jackson, H. '52 (4) Katzman, M. '55 (3) + Lussky, V. '43 (4) + Magnes, L. '66 (2) + Metcalfe, j. '72 + Neel)', R. '71 (5) Sha w, J. '25 + Sm ith er , L. '55 (2) + VonWicklen, F. '22 (13) Walker, D. '82 * Williams, R. '67 (7) MAINE-3 + Flanders, M. '72 (2) J oho,o n, D. '80 Miller, S. '80

MANITOBA-8 Baker, B. '40 *Brass, J. '73 (5) .+ MalT, W. '56 + Mcinn es, D. '50 (6) + Perdue, W. '48 + Spear, R. '48 + Stratton, F. '30 (3) Tauntoll, R. '70

MARlETT A-38 + Altbrandt, D. '64 + Altreuter, R. '65 (3) + Amrine, F. jr. '40 (7) + Backus, R. '33 Baker , j . '47 Barnett, D. '68 (4) + g~~,I~ri'n:~2?S) + Corwin , A. '28 +Deuel, M. '42 (7) • Druetzler, F. '63 (4) Dunn, F. '40 (4) + Fenton , W. '44 + Forbes, T . '64 (6) *Gillespie, R. '72 (4) Gri mes, L. '78 Grueser , J . '49 (2) + Haug ht, H . '51 (3) • Hodgen, C. '72 (2) • Hollett, W. '53 (3) ~ ankur a , B. '77 (5) + e nllin ~', C. '31 (8) + Light , . '22 + McCoy, J. '35 + Newma n, 1\.1. '82 Philips, R. '44 + PoneI', '24 (6) + Roane, . '7 2

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+ Rudder, N. '57 (4) Sabin, R. '64 + Silberman, S. '72 (4) *Snediker, L. '50 (13) + Stines, E. '73 + Tait, W. '19 +Thackery,J. '37 Trabiley, D. '59 Watso n, E. '77 + Yestel', G. '5 1 (3)

MARQUETTE-2 Ryan , D. '7 1 Westerheid e, T. '72 (6)

MARYLAND-9 Brosky, R. '77 (6) Costello , R. '65 Doetsch, P. '76 (7) + Drogan, R. '72 Fannin , J. III '77 (3) Finn, T. '75 Huston, G. '81 (2) Osmeycr, M. '77 + Rcndinc, P. '65 (5)

MASSACHUSETTS-I + Hoggard, J. '71 MeGILL---4 Dobson , J. '49 + Ebclts, G. '60 + Hughes, R. '57 (2) Killam , D. '63 (4)

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MIAMI-93 '" Apwisch, L. '43 + Barker, H . '50 ( 13) *Blair, G. '37 (13) + Boswolth, H. IV '52 (4) Brown, C. '80 (2) + Brown, \-\'. '52 * Bruckman, R. '49 (4) * Burgess, T. '6 1 (3) + Burt, J. '78 Carlson, B. '79 (2) oft Cavanaugh, P. '82 * Cawrse, R. '66 (6) * Conklin , T. '29 (3) * Coulton, R. '54 (2) *Cunninghalll , I-I. '29 (2) + Darlin, \-\'. '56 + Davies, R. '50 (7) + Dodd , F. '49 (7) * Du~a n , C. '60 (4) *Eag eson , D. '44 ( 13) Easto n, M. '73 (2) + Ehrich, .J. '42 (13) * Elder, F. '27 (7) I-I. III '79 (4) * Emler, Erion , W. '39 *Fulton , D. '6 1 (5) Gallagher, R. '34 (6) Gates, E. '48 + Gilleland, B. '5 1 • Gi llette, R. '52 ( 12) Gillette, W. '53 Gillham,.J. '33 (5) * Godfre)', W. '58 (12) *Goldman, M. '16 (9) *Grar M. '36 (8) + Gri fin, J. '4 1 (4) + Gurney, W. '53 (2) + Hall, D. '80 (2) * Hathawa)', D. '4 4 (2) Hawk , G. '5 2 Henninger, R. '43 (2) + Hill, D. '66 * H0f,an, '48 (6) * Ho schu 1, J. 51'. '48 (6) * l-Iolschuh , J. Jr. 77 * J erome, R. '48 + J Olles, N . '64 (2) + J ones, \.\,. '64 {lSel,h , W. '53 (9) + id, , J . '62 * Knauss, N. '53 ( 13) Koedel, G. '66 + Krebs, D. '80 (3) Lacker, M. '79 + Leen, E. '50 (6) + Lillie, W. '4 1 (5) Longstreth, E. '23 (4) Marcinkoski , T . '79 + Mal'shall, C'ir. '66 (2) + Mal'shall, j. , 5 (2) + MarstellCl', G. '43 (3)

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May, j. '47 (13) Mayberry, R. J r. '5 1 (4) McGovern, E. '51 (7) McNabb, H. '49 (7) *Mc Nam a ra, J. '29 (9) Nics, D. '69 (7) + Nopper, J. '33 + O"ebaugh, L. '24 (12) • Papp, K. '59 Petrich , j. '36 (13) * Post, H . '80 (3) + Potter, T. '5 1 (3) + Pryor, R. '37 (7) + Ran allo, ~ '30 (2) * Rau sch, . '73 (2) • + Rebhol z, M. '4 1 + Robinson, F. '62 + Rogers, j. '57 (10) + Ryan, '34 (2) • R ychli , R. '56 (3) Schocnhcrr, R. '63 +Sechnick, D. '76 (7) *Shearer, W. '25 (2) + Shouvlin, j. '70 (3) Snyder, D. '70 + Sponsler, D. '58 (7) + Stolzenbach, j. '59 + Surplus, S. '8 1 (2) +Thesken, E. '30 (13) + Thies, T. '64 (4) + Thom as, L. Jr. '65 (4) * Zimmcrman, J . '72 (3)

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MICHIGAN STATE-24 * Allen, C. '55 (2) *Allen, J. Jr. 'GO (2) * Anderson, T. '72 (2) * Dean, A. 'GO (7) + Dobberteen , R. '52 * Franzetta, 1'. '70 (7) + Green, J. '60 + Hoot, B. 'G5 (G) + Hughes, R. '59 Huyser, S. '80 + Hyland, J. '71 (2) + Kaufeld , J. '49 (6) * Long, D. '59 (5) * McBain , R. 'G4 + Morrison, R. '6 1 + Nauert, R. '65 (4) * Palmitier,I. '60 • Pattee, J. '"'10 (3) Rozak, J. 'G2 Ryan , J. '55 (4) + Savage, W. '56 (4) Simpson. T. '68 +Thompson, R. '67 (13) + Trippel, F. '57 (G)

MIDDLEBURY-50 + Allen, C. '29 (13) Allen, R. '33 (2) * Arnold, R. '42 (4) Bangs, W. '45 (3) Bennett, T. '41 (13) + BelTY, E. '37 (2) Brainard, S. '22 (2) BUlTows, R. '29 (5) + Buskey, P. '38 (5) + Calef, R. '31 (7) + DeGroff, R. '25 (G) Dunham, P. '45 (2) * Ferrari, E. '34 (2) + Flickinger, P. '52 Furber, A. '20 (5) Gale, P. '4G Gollnick, A. '55 + Haines, L. '43 (3) * Hallock, A. '38 (5) + Hanbury, R. '73 (5) Hanson, A. '31 * Hayward, L. '23 (7) + Heath, W. '21 (5) Hill, P. '37 (9) I·linman, F. '31 (2) Jones , H . '56 Kelley, W. '29 (13) Kister, E. '41 Krantz, J. '46 * Lobban, R. '29 Lowe, R. '80 (3) MacFadden, E. '38 McNamee, F. '50 (7) * Noonan, R. '21 (9) + Painter, H. '33 (4) * Palmsrrom , D. '45 (6) + Philipson, C. '37 (2) Pierce, A. '30 (7) + Riley, D. '24 (12) Schauz, G. '34 (G) Smith, J. '38 (4) * Smotrycz, Z. '77 (6) • Spinney, H. '37 Temple, D. '38 *Thaye,·, S. '43 (5) Treu, H. '73 + Ward, S. '37 (2) + Wheeler, F. '39 (2) + Whitton, J. '51 (6) Wiley, B. '72 MINNESOTA-33 +Auger, S. '81 • Baker, L. '65 (G) + Barciay, J. 'G9 (6) * Cary, E. ' 18 (13) Chapman, W. '29 (3) * Christensen, L. '30 (6) *Crippen, C. '30 (13) * Diercks, H. '35 (4) * Else, M. '40 (2) Fredrickson, L. '75 (7) Gerver, P. '80 (3) * Hamann, J. '59 (4) Hawes, G. '29 (3) + Heerscma. P. '27 Hunne,·, J. '3 1 (2) + Lagerlof, S. '36

Mann, A. '51 + McDonald, W. '4 1 (7) + Oakley, V. '35 (4) + Opdahl, O. '41 (12) Pelton, T. '24 (7) + Ritchie , '16 (2) + Sears, \\. '40 (3) + Smalley, J. '24 (8) + Syve rtson, C. '46 + Tatam , J. '33 (3) *Tonnoen, F. '30 (13) *Truesde ll, L. '27

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+ Wilke, P. 23 (G) *Wilke, 1'. Jr. '50 (12) *Wright, W. '34 (G)

MISSOURI-83 + Allemann, G. 'G9 (7) + Anderson, R. '63 (3) + Armstrong, R. '21 (4) + Beimdiek, G. '35 (3) Bistline, G. '76 (5) + Brashears, K. '75 Brashears, V. III '72 (4) *Briggs, H. '5 1 (9) Browne, W. '33 (7) Bruns. A. '6 1 Bruns, D. '70 (4) + Burridge, R. '46 Chaney, M. '29 (9) + Clollse, W. '59 Craven, S. '74 (7) *Davis, H. '29 (4) * Deimund, E. II '60 (5) * Dou~las, W. '69 (2) Ehrlich, J. 'G7 (2) * Eskridge, D. 'G4 (3) + Fattmann, K. '53 (3) Favazza, M. '78 + Finley, B. '36 (4) + Fischbach, R. '80 (3) Fleck, J . '79 + Gantz, D. '27 (4) + Gibson, W. '38 (13) *Glasscock, E. '28 (6) *Goodin, B. '39 (3) Gray , E. '76 Groom es, C. '76 + Hire, D. '80 (2) * Hodge , W. '25 (13) + Hof, P. '75 (6) Holdmeyer, K. '78 (2) + Hubbard, L. '55 + Hughes, L. '31 (7) + Jeans, J. '53 * lohnson , R. '59 * kautz, G. '33 + Kerndt, N. '33 (4) * Kyne r , L. '73 (6) + Longenecker, G. '30 (2) + Martin, D. '29 (3) + McFarland, S. '81 (2) *McKelvey, D. '32 (4) McPherson, F. JI". '26 (2) Metz, R. '80 (2) + Moore, B. '63 * Neff, V. '66 (8) +Ochs, H. '33 (13) Oliver, M. '80 * Peacock, R. '32 (2) + Peters, P. '77 + Randall, D. '69 (5) *Read, O. '33 (5) + Riggs, I. '30 (5) + Robb, C. '55 (7) + Rogers, J. '49 (3) Schmidt, R. '30 (12) * Schooley, C. '28 (6) + Segall, G. '33 (5) Shattuck, R. '29 (4) * Shumake, S. '78 (3) +Smith, K. Jr. '67 (3) *Smith, R. 62 (3) Smith, W. '24 (3) + Spurrier, T. '81 (2) + Stewart, R. '47 (2) * Symon, B. '26 (6) + Tarantola, B. '8 1 + Tate, B. Jr. '41 (7) Taylor, W. '41 (7) Teel, K. '81 + Thweatt , J. '30 (4) + Trettenero, D. '76 Vedros, N. '75 (3) + Vinyard, J. JI". '42 (13) + Webb, R. '31 (9) + Witt, T. '22 (13) Yeager, C. '34 (6) Yehlen, P. '72 (7) *Yingling, R. JI". '62 (9)

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NEBRASKA-55 Ackerman, R. '50 (2) Aikin, J. '74 + Alexander, L. '3G (3) Ashby, c. '39 Barnard, B. '81 Bruce, M. '61 + Chase, R. '34 + Cheney, T. '3G (7) + Christenson, A. '45 (13) * Dearborn,.I. '32 + Dennis, H. '52 + Felber, N. '41 (2) + Goodwin, F. 'SO (12) *Gray, H. '34 (13) *Green, J. '75 (6) + Green, R. '50 * Hamilton, J. '79 (4) >I< Hansen, E. '30 • Hibbe,·d, I. '79 (3) Hinchcliff, S. '77 (6) * Hummel, P. '31 (II)

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*Jones, w. '27 (13) + Kerkow, \'\'. '21 Kiflin, R. '33 Kokje,·, C. '46 + Kosman, R. '37 Krommenhoek, W. '58 (10) + Long, R. '36 McGrew, F. '34 * Meyer, R. '46 Muff. H. '30 (2) Muncy, G. '70 (5) Nabity, D. '38

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: ~r~;I~;,~',;,1 K. '50 (9) + Oehde, K. '51 + Onnen, D. '7G (3) + Pedley, W. '32 (7) Quine, J. '79 * Reese, D. '2G (2) Sackett, W. '38 Schick, L. '29 (13) Shively, R. '82

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(7) +Smith, H. '65 (13) Straka, E. Jr. '53 (2)

; ~~'b:~r"S~': '~3 '(j~ (II) *Wilkins, H. '42 + Williams, J. 'GI (5) + Yoder, o. '26 (12)

NEW YORK-II Beman, A. '34 (4) Beman, L. '38 (3) Brown, S. '24 (8) Coon, D. '32 (7) + Gaylord, E. '23 Hoover, C. '40 (4) + Koski, G. '43 (8) * Mazzei, J. '2G (8) Queq', A. '25 (4) • + ~ce~~gf~~:

b'~37 (3)

NORTH CAROLINA-52 + Ayres, R. 'G5 (12) + Baker, C. '74 (2) Barr, E. '26 (3)

!+ Brainard, g~!(Y:h~~','t'. '54 H. '30 (6) + Butler, J. '56 (4) • Clark, J. '68 (4) Crawford, W. '76 (7) + Dalton, J. '59 (G) + DeBlasio, J. '62 + Eddleman, W. '34 (6) +Elig, C. '68 * Fluet, J. '65 + Foster, D. '81 * Goforth, I. '66 * Gray, J. '65 (7) Gray, R. III '59 (4) + Heacock, D. '67 (13) Ohnson, G. '27 + ones, R. '68 (12) + ones, S. '63 (6) + oyner, J. JI". '77 (2) + illea, W. '71 LaFevers, F. '65 * Lowry, R. I I". '65 (2) Marshall, 8. '29 * Marshall, J. '29 McClanahan, S. '74

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+ McElr0r.' F. '70 (5) Michae, W. '73 (5) Minton, A. '79 (2) Mitchiner, J. '73 + Myrick, D. '65 (12) * Pawlik, H. '54 (7) Poole, H. '64 (2) * Poston, W. '71 (10) * Pugh , A. '73 (8) * Pyron, J .dr. '78 (5) + Ramsay , . '76 (6) + Reisner, F. '74 + Revelle, C. '74 • Salinger, A. '59 + Samuelson, K. '80 (2) + Smith, J. '34 + Spruill, G. '76 (4) Swacker, R. '71 Thompson , E. '28 (II) + Waltemyer, R. '75 (7) * Watkins, W. '27 (13) + Watson , W. '72 + Weiss, S. '77

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NORTH CAROLINA STATE-7 +Cox, S. '80 + Evans, G. '8] +Gardincr, D. '79 + HaRTis, D. '82 + Lach, E. '79 (5) + Pack, B. '80 (3) Raudabaugh, J. '78 NORTH DAKOTA-II + Balzer, G. '78 + Beaman, R. '71 Carlisle, M. '80 (2) + Hanson, J. '79 (2) Hartman n, S. '78 Hedahl, G. '68 + Kirsch, R. '78 + Mattson, S. '78 + Poykko, W. '77 + Relchen, R. '68 Ulseth, D. '80

*Heizer, E.Jr. '51 (13) * Jamra, A. I". '44 (7) *Jamra,J. ' 8 (13) + Jawor, R. '66 (7) + Jensen, C. '31 (3) + lung, M. '51 • Kraebber, J. '53 Kreml, F. '31 (7) + Larso n, H. '34 (2) * Levering, G. '61 (13) + Ludolph, A. '42 (3) Mackey, R. '43 (13) + Marlahn, D. '40 (5) * McCarthy, J. '47 (3) + McColly, J. '60 (G) + McKenzie, H. '23 (9) Montgomery, I. '43 (7) *Newman, R. II, '59 (13) * Papich , S. '36 (7) * ReIche, R. '42 (2) Sapienza, M. '74 (3) +Shannon,J. II". '49 (12) + Skelton, G. '59 * Spanjer, R. '49 (13) • * Thorp, H.Jr. '25 (13). * Thorp, R. '29 VanVooren, R. '53 (2) + Vits, H. II". '54 (12) * Weyhricli, A. '58 + Williams, L. '34 (4) + Williams, W. '39 (4) • Zinn, F. '37 (13) OHI0-9 + Hartin, L. '56 (3) Jump, J. '70 Lawrie, I. '75 (2) + McDonald, R. '73 I'almc,·, C. '60 (3) * Sanders, N. '59 (2) Weimer, J. '68 (2) Weiss, W. '81 (2) Wills,J. '70

OHIO STATE-61 Bake,·, J. '82 • Baker, R. '48 + Bates, D. '59 (II) NORTH DAKOTA + Beathard, R. '73 STATE-5 + Bingham, G. '40 (3) + lurgens, J. '71 + Boyer, R. '42 (13) MiUer, B. '77 + Buchsieb, W. '51 (12) + Qual, A. '73 (6) Cermak, J. '78 (5) + Schneider, J. II '70 (3) * Clymer, W. '35 (13) + Verlinde, J. '75 * Cooper, W. '63 (5) *Corey, P. '48 (12) *Crawford, H. '47 (II) NORTHERN ILLINOIS-16 + Dahle,·, M. '76 ~2) * Carmichael W '78 (4) + DeLaMater, P. 63 (4) COntos A :72 . + Elliott, R. '48 (13) • Descha'mps, E. '72 * English, ~. '22 (13) Dougherty, W. '75 + Ernst, I· 33,(13) Feitlien, W. '75 (7) Faranda, C. ,49 (3) * Gerber, S. '68 (12) Flournoy, J. 2 (7) + Gallogly, M., 6~ Heinz, M. '70 (5) + Lunn, D. '68 + Gorman, ~. 5" (2) Green, D. 82 Maibach M '73 (9) + Malloy, '69 (3) * Griesinger, F. '1,3 (13) Michalek, T. '67 + Harman, C. JI". 59 (2) + Sedor): D '76 (2) + Haupt, F. '80 (2) + Silic '8·1 + Herron, W. '43 (2) Singelmann .1 '64 * Hoover, T, '56 (3) Sullivan K + Iohnson, N, '43 Wilson Cr. ·'76 (2) + Kemerer, W. '73 (7) , *Kuppinger, E. '33 (13) + Lininger, I. '32 (12) *Mays, L. 'SI (3) NORTHERN IOWA-I • McClelland, R. '49 (2) Anderson, S. '79 (2) McLain, J. '42 (3) + Morrison, R. '39 (12) * Myers, J. '38 (13) NORTHWESTERN-51 +Od le, M. '56 (2) Akemann , E. '62 (13) + Parsons, L. '30 (7) +Anderson, W. Jr. '53 (8) Porter, P. '50 + Anton, W. '81 (2) Rees, T. '33 (3) *Bodine, P. II". '50 (13) + Robbins, N. '63 (3) Bouschor, C. '29 (6) * Schreck, J. '73 (3) Seawright, J. '40 + Boyd, W. '48 (8) + Calhoun, E. '2 2 (13) +Seekely, B. '79 (3) Carney, P. '75 (7) Seekely, R. '80 (2) * Casterline, R. '41 (4) *Shaw, J . '49 (7) + Chetlin, R. '82 • Sherck, D. '57 • +Conway,J. '49 (13) Sippell, R. '37 + Countryman, R.JL '50 (6) + Spore, W. '39 (7) • Coyle, R. '52. Stone, M. '69 (5) + Curtis, A. '27 (13) +Stout, W. '56 DaViSj . '65 (5) Thomas, J. '33 Darn, . '54 (2) Townsend, G. '64 (12) * Underwood, J. '62 + Fish, '. '39 (13) + Gavitt, S. '3·7 (3) *Vajda, R. '71 (3) +Gray, E. '29 (8) *Wagner, .J. '45 (13)

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*Walker, W. '54 (7) + Walkup, J. '31 • weaver'j.)1". 'G3 (3) + Werum, . 42 (7) + Woodru f, J. '64 (3) OKLAHOMA-37 + Braymer, H . '55 • Day, W. '41 * Filip, T. '69 (7) + Floyd, B. '39 (2) * French, E. '78 (4) + Hibbard, D. '77 Hobgood, R. '45 + Huchteman, M. '55 (8) *Hurley, 1'. '64 (6) + Johnson, I. Jr. 'G6 (7) + Kalbfleisch, J. '52 (3) + Kenady, 1'. '66 (9) * Levorsen , J. '50 (2) * Lippert, E. Sr. '24 (3) * Loyd, A. '82 Massad, P. '60 (13) + Massad, W. '55 (13) • McCormick, D. '32 (6) • McFall, B. '29 (4) + Montague, D. '74 + Norris, R. '80 (2) + O'Bannon, T . '82 +Owcns, B. '57 + Poindexter, R. '40 (3) Rabb, P. '80 + Rinaldi, S. '80 • Rupert, M. '74 (7) + Rutherford, F. '50 + Sampson, D. '34 (3) * Smith, E. '25 (2) Stussi, D. '77 + Tacker, J. '63 (3) • Thompson, H . '55 (13) + Thompson, R. '61 Vernon, A, '81 *Walkingstick, B. '52 (13) Wilson, H. '55 (4) OKLAHOMA STATE-16 + Branch, D. '60 (3) +Clovis, W. '75 • Crews, I. SI". '60 (8) +~CObS, R. '73 + ohnson, J. '74 + cKay, I. '79 (2) + Meyer, S. '75 (3) + Momper, A. '72 + Montgomery, R. '81 • Moyes, K. '79 (2) Renfro, C. ' 74 (4) + Richards, W. ' 77 (4) + Roberts, P. '78 +Simon, W. '60 (4) + Stites, K. '82 + Vogle, T. '60 (2)

OREGON-23 Anderson, B. '57 Bossatti, E. '27 Carlson, S. 'G9 (5) + Cellars, A. '47 (12) *Ciatti, J. '64 (8) Duffy, T. '48 (2) *Gendron, J. '40 (8) * Hayward, S. '41 (8) + Hillar, P. '41 (8) * Howard, J. '41 Kidd, W. '2G (3) + Mattson, T. 'G3 (13) + Meister, H. III '66 (5) '* Neuner,J. '62 Phelps, M. '72 + 1'0tlS, K. '3 1 (3) '* Prescott, G. '23 Seal, W. '49 (8) Smith, G. '37 (12) +Sprouse,J. '30 (8) + Walsh, B. '64 (2) Watson, R. '71 (2) *Weisel, J. '48 (2) OREGON STATE-54 + Anderson, D. '35 (6) Balcom, R. '79 Baxter, J. '78 (2) * Bays, T. '42 (8) Blitz, W. '35 (13) + Boone, K. '62 + Brack, H. '37 (2) B,·anlund, J. '45 +Cox, J. '46 +Cummings, J. '31 (1 3) .

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o Dahl, R. 50 Darling, C. '38 + Darling, N. '42 (13) + Davies, C. '37 • Down, \V. '43

+ Ekern, A. '26 (5) + FUSle r, 1'. '43 (2) Fraser, B. '50 • Ga nn , S. '79 (4) Heidenreich, P. '46 + Hendr)" 1. '60 + Hirstel, It '40 + Horne, R. '52 + Hulben,.J.Jr. '44 (13) Jacob)" D. '42 + Kenon, R. '40 • Klein, K. '43 ( 13) Knutsen, G. '31 (13) + Lunda, E. '28

+ L uscher, B . '45

(4)

Marcus, G. 34 (3) + McMath , C. J r. '32 (6)

+ i"l edilus, S. '!:)O

Nelson , D. '36 +Octinger, W. '43 • Ped, W . '28 (7) • Pieters, D. '62 + Plue, V. ' 18 + Reed, D. '55 + Reed, J. '58 (6) + Riple)', D. '6 1 * Rodgers. K. '32 + Rosenfeld, E. '42 (7) • Schiewe, E. '40 (2) * Schmeiser, D. '59 (2) + Sloan, R. '56 Sproule, M. '75 + Stayner, R. '39 * Vander\,on. R. Jr. '41 + Vcnnil ),e, H. '24 • + Vermil)'e, W. '26 (3) \\'.lll, R. '20 + Wilcox, D. '25 (7) \Vi] son, R. '46

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PACIFIC-6 * DuMoncl. '66 (4) +Gates, T. 63 (4) * Kochellderfcrs. S. '74 Madsen,.J. '65 (6) ~JcGrath. R. '6 1 +Stark, E. '29 (10)

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PENNSYLVANIA--40 * Acaster, H. '44 ( 13) *Banle, H . '30 (8) • Biggs, C. III '55 (5) + Boswell, W. '22 (6) + Bo)'d , D. '42 (5) Ca nfi eld, R. '6 1 (6) + Cleveland, G. '61 + C.-ofoot, J. '28 (7) • Derr)" I. '5 1 (8) • Elsero,id, A. '53 (13) Fox, A. '39 (5) + Fox, D. '26 Gentino, E. '50 (2) • +Gentle , J. '26 (5) Graf. G. '55 (6) Greane),. E. '53 Had le)" W. '54 * Harrison, C. '38 (6) *J oh nson, A. '39 (2) + lohn ston, W. '3 2 (6) + Kenned)" I. '47 (13) Krider , R: '50 + Lunden, C. '81 • Marshall, J. '65 (7) * Marx, R. '54 (7) Ma ),etta, F. '35 (6) * McKee, F. '52 + Miller, R. '36 (3) + Noble, A. '5 1 (12) Ott, G. '29 (2) *Samson, F. '21 (8) + Samson, R. '28 (7)

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'52 (3) + VanScive,', H. '53 (5) + VanSciver, H. II '8 1 (2) Waite, S. ' 16 (3) + Walla ce, J. ' 18 (12) + Walthour, I. '19 (6) + Wilson, J . '43

PENNSYLV ANIA STATE-67 + And erso n, R. '22 (2) + Arison, H. '41 + Atkinson, T. .Ir. '34 ( II )

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Baldemon, B. '76 (7) + Bennett, A. '6 1 (2) + Bock us, W. '37 Brooks, R. '49 + Brooks, R. '4 2 (13) Bru lzman, F. '35 Crosby, R. '54 (7) + Da nen hower, H . '55 (3) + Davis, D. '35 + Day, R . '47 (2) *DeJ uli us, A. '56 (13) + Diame nt , W. '31 ( 10) + Drazcnovic h. C. '50 * EdIVards, K. '7 1 (I I) * Eva ns, P. '36 Faries, J. '3 4 • Foster, N. J r. '34 (2) + Freed, H . '30 (2) Fritz, I. '80 * Gram reY, J . '26 (2) +Grove, P. '48 +Hammer, J . Jr. '32 (4) + Hellick, G. Jr. '35 (6) * Hickling R. '36 (7) + Hickling, W. '33 Hickma n, W. '24 (6) • Hileman, R. '32 (5) Hilner, H. '59 (13) + Horne, F. Jr. '38 (7) • Humes, D. '77 (5) Jackson, T. '70 (5) + Johnston, J. '58 (12) + Kane, H. '50 (3) + Kuhnsman, W. '59 (2) Kurtz, R. '4 8 + Landherr, W. Jr. '59 (4) * Longenecker, C. '32 (5) • Martin, K. '74 + Maure)', G. '54 (2) • Miller,J. ' 13 (13) + Nelson , C. '66 • Nix, R. '48 (7) + Noah, R. '57 (3) German, R. '63 (6)

Ow lett , F. '55 +Parcnt, H. '21 + Passano, L. '69 Petrisin, R. '82 Piscitelli, T. '73 + Pollitt, E. '36 * Prutzman, C. ' 18 (10) + Ream, D. '62 Sandham, V. '39 + Schwenk, G. '42 (6) Segal, S. '75 (2) + Sh ade, W. '50 (2) +Simpler, A. Jr. '46 (3) + Tice, R. '30 (5) Tisiker, M. '75 * Ulerich, W. '3 1 (8) * Weave ,', W. '22 ( 12) + Williams, R. ' 18 (5) + Winter, C. '48 (4) WokolL. S. '57 PLA TTEVILLE-6 + Bark, C. '70 + Boyum, B. '76 (2) Hays,B. '74 + Lundeen, T. '52 (13) * Nielse n, D. '70 (2) • Stoia, J. '71

PURDUE-129 + Anderson, B. '65 (7) + Anderso n, T. '28 (3) • Arganbright, F. '49 (6) * Bacon , C. Ir. '38 (7) Bald wi n. C. '78 * Banas, S. '50 • Bardach , R. '33 (2) + Barr, C. '42 Bartoszek, K. '72 • Beals, J. '30 (12) Bielefeld, D. '61 + BOItOIl, W. '35 + Bowler, L. '7 1 (4) * Brcnnan, J . JL '55 (3) Brower. P. '2 1 '" Brown, R. '46 (6)

+ Bru ns, P. '7 1 (7) + Bumpas, O. '3 1 (4) + Clarke, W. '39 (I I ) * Collwa)', S. '5 1 (8) * Copple, J. '36 (7) • Crofts, A-)r. '47 (5) • Cross, W. 44 (2) DeVoll, I. '63 (5) + EBele r, C. ' 13 (13) + ElCk hoff, .J. '44 Erwin, K. '82

+ Evans, J. '31 (4) *Fitzge.-ald, D. '49 (II) + Foote, T. '50 (3) *Funk, D. '6 1 ( 12) + Funk, L. '58 (2) Gamrath, C. '48 +Gard, G. '43 (13) *Gim lin , R. '42 (13) + Ginghe,', H . '40 (6) + Godfre)" J. '34 (2) + Gossett, F. '32 (6) Guthrie, M. J r. '45 (4) + Hallman, R. '54 (12) + Harter, W. '22 ( II ) + Hawl e)" J. '42 (3) + Hazard , G. '49 Hazard, W. '45 (6) Head )', T . '79 • Hegeman , R. '49 (8) + He ndr )" W. '44 (6) + Hobbs, J. II '42 (3) + Hold eman, R. '37 (5) Hoshaw , R. '33 +Huff, R. '61 + Hurt, R. '3 1 (2) + Jones, J. '48 (6) + Keefer, T . '42 (6) * Kenerson, A. '49 (4) Kinzel, E. '28 + Kipka , V. '44 (2) + Knopfmeier, H. '69 (2) • Kralls, J. '5 1 (12) . + Kuchnnanll, O. '57 • + Kuhn, G. '29 (4) * LaFortun e, R. '5 1 (13) + Landis, J. '35 (6) *Lawson , W. '50 ( 13) + Lee, B. Jr. '51 (5) • Letts, E. '67 (13) • + Lottes, J. '66 (4) • MacBride, E. '34 (5) • Macaula)" T. '49 * Mann, \~I. '48 Martin , L. '44 (2) + McClain, K. '7 1 (9) McGa ugh e)', W. '68 + ~IcKee, R. '43 (2) +McK irnan, D. '44 (13) Metz, D. '30 (13) * Michels, R. '44 (4) * Miller R. '22 (2) + Miller, W. '59 (3) + Miller, W. '39 (13) Moeller, C. '45 (5) + Moss, G. '47 (4) *Munson, F. '57 (4) Murray, T. '49 (8) + Neese, A. '36 (7) + Nicolai, L. '61 Nutting, C. '5 1 (6) O'Neil, K. '39 (6) +O)'ler, R. '39 (13) • Pehlke, C. '49 (4) * Popham, R. '40 (13) + Rabe, A . .I r. '28 (5) *Rasmusscn , D, '46 (J3) + Richardson, W. '25 (2) + Richwine, G. '75 (7) + Ro bertson, R. '3 1 (4) + Robinson , P. '<18 Schatz, W. '56 (2) Schmidt, E. '34 Schreiber, R. '39 (13) *SCOtt, W. '48 (7) • Short, R. '72 (4) +S mith,J. '52 (13)

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RIPON-9 + Beisner, '71 (3) Coynes, . '53 + Grossman, R. '73 + Leedham, E. '82 + MacLeod , A. '76 + Mac Leod, W. '73 (2) Muraskas, J . '78 (5) + Reider, G. '82 Wagner, R. '78 (5)

ROCHESTER-16 • Abercrombie, F. '28 (6) Alexander, L '51 + Blackmon, C. '30

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• Holzwarth, C. '06 (7) • Istvan, D. '53 (8) • + Magistro, A. '60. (6) + Magratten, W. '54 (3) • + Miller, G. '30 (5) + Munson, A. '20 (6)

+ MUI1S0ll,

W . '41

Petersen. R. '49 ROl'e~no, R. '50 (6) Schremer, G. '38 (8) + Woods, R. '42 (8)

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RUTGER&---83 Adelizzi, C. '62 (7) Ades, H. '29 (2) Anderson, M. '3 1 (6) And erson, R. '66 (7) +Azzarita, F. '54 Bagley, H . '32 (12) Barlow, R. '50 (8) Bassett, 1'. '66 (2) • Bauer, L. '65 (2) + Beyer, A. '68 (7) + Blanchard, T. '79 + Boggs, G. '42 + Brandes, R. '26 (13) + Buonocore, G. '62 + Burton, R. '72 (6) + Campbell , P. '50 ( 11) + Cleary, E. '29 (4) • Coll ett, R. '35 (12) Colse)" W. J r. '31 (7) + Cook, H. '23 (4) Crowe ll, J. '21 (4) • Curtin, R. '68 (7) Dale)" F. '4 4 (6) + Dickerson, D. '34 ( 11 ) + Dorland, G. '24 (4) Douglass, L. '40 Downes, W. '33 (2) + DUllsmore, R. '33 (7) Enander, E. '24 (2) + Engl ish, L. '63 (3) Ferraioli, '69 (6) + Fletcher, r. '75 (3) + Glenn, E. '24 (4) + Goldberg, A. '58 * Golden, G. '74 (9) GOI'deuk, G. '75 (5) + Graves, R. '66 (2) + Gree n e, R. '60 (II) * G roth, E. lr. '48 (8) +Snead,J. Jr. '3 1 ( 13) + HaberstroTl, W. '72 (7) * Hahner, S. '78 (4) + Stalling, J. '45 (12) +Sta lling, W. '38 (6) Hanna, H . Jr. '70 (4) + Hew lett, G. '29 (6) + Starek, R. '65 (3) + Steiger, R. '49 + Hoagland, w. '48 (13) Holl erieth , C. '68 (II) + Stoops, R. '64 (6) *Stutsma n , R. '53 (7) + Howe, J. '39 (4) Sweeney, J. '64 + Kelly, R. '65 (9) + Theiss, G. '68 Kel sey, M. '73 Theissen, R. '48 (5) * Kerestes W '71 *Varble, A. '50 (2) Kole;sar: ill '69 (3) • Vogl, O. '38 '4" Krieg, R. r. '64 (7) * VoiiGrimrncnstein. C. "J * Kroesen, . '44 (2) ( 12) l.antier, W. '77 +Wade, D. '53 (2) + Leslie,J. ' 13 (5) + Liniak, P. '69 (q) + Wahl, J. '45 + Warne,', P. '53 • Marie)" J. '32 (4) • Webe,', B. III '49 (II) McCabe, D. '44 Weber,J. '72 (3) + McDowell, A. '34 (13) *Wernet, R. '5 1 (7) + Mill er, J. '60 Wheeler, w. '32 + Mull er, B. '66 (7) + White , C. Ir. '77 (5) • Mulligan, G. '55 + Williams, N. '64 (8) Mur in , R. '59 + Williams, T. '34 ( 13) O lds,J. '30 (5) * Willis, J. '39 + O rri zzi, J. '70 (3) + Wills, M. '34 (2) Paulson, C. '33 + Zell. R. '62 + Peck, 1-1 . '32 (2)

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+ Powers, J. '48 (2) Renshaw, K. '72 + Rob)" R. '73 (7) Ross, C. '36 (7) * Schaenen, D. '50 +Schreihofer, A. '59 (9) Shepard, S. '43 (2) +S huitz , T. '6 1 (3) + Smallc)" H . '43 (5) + Sperling, W. III '35 (6) Strampfer, J. '72 + Sullivan, E. '29 (4) Thomas, R. '47 VanKeuren, W. '09 (7) Wade, D. '60 (5) + Williamson, R. '34 (13) * Youpa, R. '55 (6)

+ Cooley, A. '47 (2) + Cutter, D. '5 1 (13) + Emeis, C. '34 (8) Fischer, E. '77 (4) Flatlan d, R. '46 • Forbes, W. ' 15 (6) + Fuller, D. '52 (5) + Green, T. '22 (3) Griffin , Z. Jr. '60 (3) • Ha ehl; H. ... '33 (5) * Harbison , . '65 (2) * H er rington, D. '57 (2) + Hirst, W. lr. '40 (4) + Hornb)" D. '38 (3) + J ergins, A. '25 (2) + Jon es, W. '37 + Klingman, w. '53 (2) • Lehmann, A. '38 + Lew is, J. '62 (4) SAN D1EG0-7 MacDonald, G. '73 (2) + Campbell , B. '74 (2) • Mancheste r, F. '26 ( 12) • Fieri, P. '73 (7) McCart)', S. '76 (6) + Kiehle,', C. '81 (2) Nelson, M. '59 (12) • Leonard, J. '80 (2) • O'Connor, J. III '5 1 (4) * McCormick, T. '79 (4) + Peterson, K. '60 (2) Messinger, M. '8 1 + Petrich, H. '44 (8) Pen net', J. '8 1 Rodgers, J. '37 (4) Schroeder, B. '63 Sharpe, T. '55 SAN FERNANDO VALLEY' Sheppard,J. '5 1 STATE--4 • Smith, R. '59 (12) • Donnell)" M. '68 (2) + Sobieski, J. '58 (3) J en kins, J. '65 (2) +Twist, B. '41 (3) + Vermeil, P. '66 + Stark, M. '65 + Waite, E. '66 (4) +VolI , G. '4 1 (7) + White, G. '33 (12) + Wilson , B. '50 (4) SANjOSE-22 + Woods, W. '32 (3) Bates, D . '64 • Wra)" P. '37 (2) + Boothe, S. '52 ( 13) + Brown, B. '56 (6) + Cassid )" J. '58 SWARTHMORE-30 • Coakle)" G. '53 (5) + Alexander, P. '81 (2) + Colb)" D. '56 Arsht, E. '51 + Dissmeyer, I. '66 (2) Brosius, W. '22 (3) + Dukes, D. '53 Cathcart, R. '48 Faire)" B. '68 (3) Coles, W. '26 • Fuller, R. '49 Crownover. C. '25 (2) + Harne)" T . '52 (2) + DeWitt, F. '46 (8) + Helmke, S. '63 (2) + Farrell, I. '81 * Legge, R. '58 * H allowell, H . ). I'. '29 (9) + Lund, A. '55 ( 13) Hallowell, R. 27 McFaddin, G. '56 Heagle, 1'. '53 Patheal, w. '5 1 (2) + Heiser, S. '72 (4) • *Sherman,.J. '66 (4) Katz, P. '66 • Stepovich, M. '56 (7) + Kimmel, J. '4 4 + Swander, J. '63 (12) + Kuhnsman, D. '82 *Swenson, C. '6 1 + Lioi, F. '77 (6) * Ueberroth, P. '59 + Longshore, M. '30 ( II ) *Yates, S. '55 (8) McGuire, H . '29 ( 13) Page, O. '58 * Palmer, S. JI'. '27 (13) SIMPSON-IO Perkins, E. '49 (6) Awtry, T. '68 Perr)" C. '73 Brackney, B. '69 Pettit, C. '43 (2) Buchtel, F. '2 1 Rogers , A. '23 (5) + Gould , J. '60 + Schwertner, R. '48 (7) • Hollowell, R. ' 18 (5) • Sundt, R. '50 (14) + Larso n, H. JI'. '28 (3) *Ta)' lor, H. II'. '27 (13) + Lilly, J. '59 (13) . Thomsen, F. '30 (2) Main, R. '33 + Whitcomb, A. '44 (3) Stewan, L. '24 (12) + Youngblood, D. '47 (7) + Watson, J . '25

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SYRACUSE-66 +A ikman , R. Ir. '56 (2) + Aiman, C. 'S 1 • + An~eron, 1'. '79 (4) + Atkmson, M. '80 * Barnes, P. '52 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS-4 + Be,uamin, B. '69 (6) • Adams, I. '35 (4) Butterfield, J. '60 + Cl'Owe ll, R. '76 (3) Chan dler, F. '64 (2) * Maguire, D. '73 (5) + Connoll)" J. '3 1 (8) Scruggs , C. '72 +Cooney, E. ' 13 (13) C ryan, J. '63 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI-I + Da mm, R; '58 Lass 0 '81 + Olver , R. 50 , . +Dixon, E. '40 (13) + Durrwachter, E, '34 + Eckardt, R. '66 (2) SOUTHWEST TEXA&---3 Grai ngc, C. '25 Dever, D. '77 + Greason, S. '62 + Haswe ll , K. '80 (2) Griswold, '44 Pfeiffer, C. '76 * Haun, R. 27 + Henz, E. '80 Honon, R. '54 STANFORD--44 + Hoskins, E. '50 (5) +Ac hau cr. B. '63 (5) + Hugh es, R. '29 (II) * Kagler, W. '54 (7) • Allen, R. '54 (13) + Breech, A, '74 Lev)', J. '82 Lo hman , T. '3 4 • Churchill , O. ' 19 (7) Cole, .J. '58 + L)' nch, W. Ir. '79 (4)

SOUTH DAKOTA-2 +Christiansen , P. '75 + Garr)" M. '81 (2) .

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* Lynd, [. '35 (8) + McFarlane, D. '52 (13) * McMahon, F. '52 (2) McLaughlin, B. '58 (13) * Melenbacker, R. '45 + Milem, M. '~5 (4) * Mittelstaedt, A. Jr. '58 + Namack, ""T, '57 + Nestor, G. '80 +Obenhoff,J. '33 (13) + Odell, C. '37 + Osborn, H. '21 (13) Peck, D. '50 + Perkins, H. '30 (6) + Power, W. '39 (3) + Reiser, M. '68 Rekstis, W. Jr. '38 (5) + Ringwall, W. '58 (10) + Roney , R. '22 + Sanford, W. '63 (2) + Sashin, H. '81 + Schlegel, L. '67 Scolaro, R. '59 + Shepard, H. '64 Sherman, T. '48 (3) * Smeltzer, W. '58 (6) + Spry, R. '40 St. Clair, R. '31 Stauderman, A. '58 (2) * Strates, E. '54 (7) Stratton, C. '32 Studor, G. '42 Terwilliger, R. '51 + Torry, R. '51 (5) + Welch, J. '43 Widmayer, F. '41 * Wilson, W. Jr. '30 (7) + Wright, C. J r. '31 (8) TECHNOLOGY-62 Allen, L.Jr. '34 (13) Andrews, H. '34 * Armstrong, L. '28 (12) *Beadle, W. '17 (13) + Beaman, D. Jr. '38 (13) Beckwith, W. '36 + Bidwell, E. '26 Blasdale, R. '31 + Britton, C. '33 (2) Butler, H. '81 +Carison, K. '77 (5) * Cross, R. '32 Cucchissi, M. '75 (4) + Dehner, L. '68 + Dodge, r. '39 (7) + Edmonds, G. '26 (13) + Ferry, J. Jr. '39 (8) + Gillette, R. '36 (7) + Hall, R. '22 (12) + Hatch, G. '35 (2) Herman, M. '79 (4) Hill, D. '37 * Hurst, M. '70 (8) Isaac, B. '75 * Jackson, T. '71 + Jakobson, I. '21 (13) *Jouris, W. '61 (13) + Kavazanjian, E. '73 (4) + Klutey, F. '23 (3) * Knudsen, S. '36 (6) La Row, M. '82 + Lammers, L. '35 (3) Little, E. ' 18 (8) *MacMartin, J. '50 (4) + Machen, C. '31 (13) Mackintosh, R. '53 (2) Malacaria, C. '80 Martin, S. Jr. '50 (2) * Miller, F. II '23 (2) + Mitchell, J. '78 +Myers,J. '41 (13) Needham, T. '68 (2) Pcereboom, D. '82 + Pierce, D. '51 Pike, M. '20 (3) + Raiford, D. '81 (2)

~:~J~2 ~i ~81 (2) + Reichart, H. J r. '34 (6) Richardson, S. '79 Rickards, L. '33 + Roach, J. '65 (5) Shepherd, T. '22 (4) • + Stevens, E. '27 (13) Suchon, M. '76 (6) + Thayer, C. '32 (9) Webb, J. '37 (3) + Wheeler, W. '25 (3) + Wood, S. '69 (4) + Woodward, W. '40 (12) + Wright, W. '34 (3) *Zurbrigen, J. '53 (4)

TENNESSEE-IO * Bible, T. Jr. '74 (4) *Carter, C. '71 + Cowe, D. '73 + DeLay, S. '77 (2) Freesh, P. '70 (5) + Gardner, J. '73 (3) + Goodwin, R. '72 (4) + Habibi, R. '73 * Knies, T. '71 + Myers, D. '74 (3)

TEXAS-24 Allums, J. '59 (4) + Cassell, J. [r. '70 (7) + Cole, K. '54 (2) * Dunlap, J. '73 (4) • +Dunn, T. '70 (5) + Earp, R. '63 (10) + Edmiston, D. '51 + Hooser, C. '67 (6) Jett, J. '73 Loper, A. '69 * McMahan, D. '65 Miller, E. '65 + Mitchell, M. '65 (13) + Nelson, W. '59 (5) +Orr, J. '65 (6) Paschetag, C. '82 + Penn, R. '81 (2) PoiseI', A. Jr. '65 (13) + Stulls, J. '58 (2) + Swenson, M. '75 (2) * Walls, S. '72 (2) + Waters, L. '73 (5)

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TORONTO--IO + Anderson, R. '39 (9) *Clark, B. '69 (7) + Fice, R. '69 (2) + Howland, W. '36 (9) * Jarmain, E. '30 (9) + Johnston, I. '74 'McCulioch, H. '30 (5) * Murphy, H. '5 1 (7) *O'Brien, M. '42 (4) * Westaway, J. '34 (8)

TUFTS-30 Adams, J. '39 Allard, C. '65 Ames , H. '36 (12) + Ayer, P. Jr. '67 (3) + Burr, R. '48 (2) . + Carlson, R. '48 Casabian, E. Jr. '64 (7) * Cobb, N. '27 (2) + Connolly, J. Jr. '51 (2) D'Arcy, G. '24 (2) * DelPesco, A. '45 + Erickson, C. '64 (2) Fitzgerald, J. '29 + Fonda, 1- '51 Foster, r. '60 * Hosterman, C. '32 (3) + Ingalls, E. Jr. '78 (4) Keough, J. '81 (2) + Leach, S. '41 (2) +Lee,J.Jr. '50 (7) + McKnmey, W. '26 (13) + Morse, D. '42 (13) O'Connell, C. '60 + Ohanian, M. '76 (5) Rost, E. '43 +'i'oren, M. '65 (3) * Torto, N. '52 + Toyias, P. '79 (4-) Wilkinson, H. '69 (II) + Wilkinson, T. '36 (3)

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TYLER-4 + Byars, J. '77 + Moore, J. '77 Rawls, D. '74 + Rosiles, A. '79 (2) U.C.L.A.-12 + Berbower, F. '28 (6) Brann, E. '34 (4) + Cartel', E. '32 (13) Frink, A. '38 (4) * Henkle, T. '50 (9) + Howard, S. '41 + [ordan, R. '51

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Lallement, R. '50 (3) + Leiffer, D. '30 (5) + O'Neal, R. '34 (12) + Rogers, M. Jr. '33 (2) *Woods, W. '50 (4)

UNION-21 + Argersinger, J. '35 (3) + Barry, E. '38 (6) Blanchette, R. '69 (7) Bonanno, B. '77 Cooch, R. '43 (2) + Flood, R. '47 (6) >I< Freeman, E. '25 (7) *Gram, W. '49 (12) + Hanle, C. '62 (13) + Hesse , W. '49 (4) + Hughes, L. '46 Klem, D. [I'. '56 (3) + Kuhl, J. '65 *Moulton, E. Jr. '37 (2) + Putman, T . '52 (13) + Robinson, T. II '42 (13) * Roth, H. '30 (6) Smith, R. '34 + Thompson, J. '77 * Wallace, W. III '48 (5) + Wiese, R. '44 (13) VIRGINIA-31 + Arnold, D. '82 * Beakes, C. '40 Boss, H. '26 (7) Bremer, J. '65 + Burke, H . '45 + Carneal, R. '43 Doumar, R. '51 + Ferrell, G. '70 (3) Ford, W. '52 + Foulkrod, R. '42 (3) + Howell, W. I r. '43 (7) * Jones, G. '32 (2) + King, S. '69 (3) *Mayo, A. '29 (7) + Montagna, A. Jr. '62 (6) Norfleet, J. '51 (6) + Norris, T . '50 (13) + Pence, J. '75 (7) + Perry, R. '53 * Pollock, 0: '51 (12) * Reusing, W. '62 (12) + Rice , B. '57 (2) + Saufley, A. '54 * Shelton, G. '38 (9) + Simons, R. '75 + Straton, F. '55 (12) • * Updike, W. '63 (2) + Urban, A. '80 (2) Worrell, D. '73 * Young, J. '50 • Zeisler, K. '42 (6) WASHINGTON-77 +Amick, H. '65 + Amick, R. '63 (7) + Bailey, R. '61 (7) + Barr, K. '52 *Beebe, C. '35 (II) Bienenfeld, R. '72 (2) * Bowen, G. '31 (2)

1~r~~t', ~ ',~~ (12)

+ Lowry, L. '27 (13) Marmont, P. '39 Marshall, J. '42 (13) *Martin, R. '59 (13) + McCush, G. '23 (4) + McDonald, V. '49 (2) * McKay, T. '50 (2) * McNulty, R. '61 (2) + Meier, R. '73 (10) + Morford, D. '56 (13) * Morford, J. '51 (5) + Murphy, D. '43 Olson, R. '61 (5) Pasquini, D. '65 * Peterson, W. '22 (13) Putnam, G. '39 (12) + Putnam, T. '59 (2) Reber, J. '66 Reichelt, C. '53 (8) + Richards, R. '42 (3) + Robinson, J. '78 + Rosenquist, T. '69 (3) + Ryan,.J. '3 1 (7) * Scott, W. '30 (8) Senechal, J. '43 Smith, I-I. '43 Smith, H. '47 + Solberg, T . '66 (6) Summersett, J. '38 (2) *Swanes, V. '45 (6) *Tuohy, P. '53 (3) + Ulrich, L. '40 (12) + Vannice, D. '51 \Valther, N. '5] * 'Vick, D. '59 + \Villson, G. '56 * Winters, J. '52 (13). + Woodyard, S. '34 (7) *Young, R. '33 Zin '56 (6).

WASHINGTON & LEE-9 Douglas, W. '40 Finn, R. '38 + Horine, G. '28 (13) Kelsey, R. '70 (6) + Longacre, C. J I". '33 (4) Muller, P. '55 (2) + Poindexter, E. SI". '20 (6) * Richardson, D. '43 (5) + Wade, T. Jr. '23 (13)

WASHINGTON STATE-27 Arveson, C. '23 (7) + Bills, J. '74 Booth, J. '35 (2) Brandenburg, R. '55 (5) + Bratcher, C. '29 (2) + Bunting, H . '50 Burg, K. '50 (13) Butherus, H. Jr. '36 (9) Cervantes, B. '76 *Clifford, B. '46 (5) + Duffy, D. '37 (7) * Enders, J. J r. '39 (13) + Harris, M. '31 (2) + Hooper, D. '34 (2) + Hunter, R. '50 (8) + Johnson, O. '39 (13) * Johnson, R. '39 (5) * Kantrowitz, S. '76 (2) Klasen, J. '76 Leipham, H. '27 Lewis, G. '43 (4) Morris, H. '24 (13) + Nelsen, ~L '71 + Novotney, T. '74 (5) + Rothrock, D. '69 (3) * Studle, G. '57 (12) + Therrien, M. '76 •

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+ Clifford, A. Jr. '35 (7) + Clift, R. '61 *Clifton, C. [I'. '35 (5) + Colley, C. '70 * Corey, J. '34 (7) • + Crist, R. '71 +Dam, L. '68 + Dams, A. '61 + Dobb, H. '41 (4) + Drumheller, T. Jr. '29 (3: WESLEYAN-4 Duncan, R. '66 + Anderson, R. '20 (2) + Emory, S. '72 + Bridges, P. '37 (2) * Eyler, J. JI'. '69 (4) + Bucknell, R. '51 * George, T. '63 (2) + Lindsey, H. '18 + Greiner, G. '81 (2) + Hackney, D. '79 (2) * Haggen, D. '53 WESTERN ILLINOIS-2 + Hams, G. '71 (5) + Bruegger, B. '75 * Harris, R. '49 (13) + Chancellor, R. '82 Haugen, R. '50 + Hayton, G. '74 (5) + Hendrickson, T. '67 Huffine, C. '29 (10) WESTERN MICHIGAN-14 + Huffine, S. '29 (3) *Butier, W. '61 (10) + Irwin, E. '61 Goldstone, M. '71 +Jacroux, P. '59 (8) Gorsk i, N . '61 Koch, A. '32 (13) *Hale, G. '52 (13) Locho"" R. '40 (2) + Harden, G. '60 (13)

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* Ida, R. '67 + Kanemori, D. '66 (13) • Lightfoot, D. Jr. '56 (3) * Lotero, R. '68 (3) • *O'Donnell, J. '69 (3) + Perry, E. '76 (4) * Ridley, B. '69 (2) Schueler, J. '71 + Smolarski, R. '70 (4)

+ Hay, J. '48 (4) + Lapey, P. '30 (2) + Lynn, J. '36 (3) *McGregor, H. Jr. '40 (13) + Pilgrim, [. '60 (8) Rowland, R. '33 (II) + Svenson, O. Jr. '50 (4) +Thompson, T. '52 (2) * Tyler, D. '41 (II). + Whitbeck, C. '33 (3)

WESTERN ONTARI0--20 + Ballantyne, H . '47 (8) WILMINGTON-I * Barton, W. '45 (3) *Cole, D. '72 (4) * Blackburn, W. '36 (8) + Caldwell, G. '52 (6) *Christie, R. '59 (6) * Cluff, J. '74 (6) WISCONSIN-85 Drynan, J, '57 * Adler, R. '46 (8) + Eberhard, J. '69 * Anderson, J. '58 (3) + Fraser, W. '34 (6) '48 (II) + Aring, + Graham, A. '60 (3) + Becker, , . '69 (5) *Greenberg, W. '73 (3) + Bernd, J. '55 (2) + Lewis, W. '51 (8) + Bills, H. Jr. '57 (5) + McCrudden, B. '65 * Black, R. '24 Nixon, T. '35 (2) * Bryant, A. '64 + Orr, J. '40 (6) Buist, J. '53 (3) + Querney, A. '54 (2) J. '38 (13) Byrns, * Rawling, F. '37 (3) +Camberis, G. '78 (4) + Roberts, R. '55 (4) + Combacker, H. '23 (6) + Robinson, H. '50 (6) + Curran, D. '52 + Wilford, W. '54 • Desnoyers, P. ' 16 (12) *Dewey, L. Jr. '56 (3) * DiRenzo, R. '50 (4) WESTERN RESERVE-33 * Diebold, M. '25 (7) * Douglas, J. '39 (2) + Angelotta, J. '45 (8) + Edgerton, S. '40 (6) * Angst, L. '45 + Fellows, D. '49 (4) Biz~a, C. '69 + Folsom : H. '30 (7) + Blatr, J. '40 (13) *Forester, R. '31 (13) Bloch, J. '45 (3) * Fulscher, M. '65 + Bobey, M. '35 (13) +Gardner, G. '23 * Bray, D. '50 (5) + Godfrey, D. '49 *Bricker, [. '35 (6) * Godfrey, K. '55 * Buckingham, L. '17 (13) Godfrey, R. '54 Cookson, C. '51 (13) + Goeb. P. '39 (5) Cooper, T. '51 (7) + Guenther, V. '25 (2) + Dickelman, J. '37 (2) + Habi~horst, D. '65 (13) + Hollingsworth, D. '39 (8) + Hams , J. '72 (4) + Irvin, R. '38 * Herro, C. '43 (13). Johnson, R. '32 Katzenmeyer, W. '36 (12) + Holland, J. '71 (6) + Hoilz, H. '46 Lundgren, G. '42 (2) + Howard, R. '40 (6) Nakanishi, A. '78 (4) + Hugunin, A. '67 (2) Nemec, R. '49 + Kahler, J. '69 (5) North, J. '34 (12) Kirschbaum, '"V. '57 Phillips, E. '28 (12) Lindenberger, R. '68 * Quigley, D. '46 (2) * MacKinnon, R. '41 (4) Rabe, W. '51 + Marsh, R. '51 Sabo, J. '67 (3) Martin, P. '50 Sisler, C. '46 (12) + May, C. '48 (6) +Smith, A. Jr. '22 (2) + McGehee, J. '38 (13) + Stancik, M. '49 (2) + McLimans, R. '68 (4) • + Stetzelberger, P. '23 (2) * Mead, J. '61 (6) Stuckey, D. '47 + Mel'ers, D. '77 Ventresca, A. '53 (8) + Mil er, S. '70 (5) * Wilmore, W. '46 (13) + Monroe, T. '57 (2) +Zehner, B. '80 + Morton, D. '51 (6) Zilli, H. '53 * Murphy, F. '31 (2) * Murray, W. '64 • * Nelson, C. '27 (13) WICHlTA-20 + Nesbitt, W. '76 (4) Aaron, G. '62 (3) + Pike, J. '78 +Carpenter, D. '81 (2) + Potts, J. '78 (2) Roup, C. '67 (4) + Coughenour, K. '78 (4) Craver, A. '51 (6) * Ryan, H. '39 (3) + Schmitz, G. '25 (7) Gilbert, S. '82 * Grauel, C. '66 (4) +Schmitz, R. '19 (5) Griffith, P. '33 (4) +Seator, D. '29 (12) + Hampton, G. '78 (4) Shaw, B. '67 + Hedden, K. '66 (II) Sippi, J..Jr. '70 (5) + Hutchinson, E. '43 (13) + Smart, T. '76 Isely, C. '30 * Solomon, E. '31 (6) + Klaver, W. '36 (3) + Spickard, L. '20 (7) + Kucharo, J. '65 + Sprenger, J. '50 Little, J. '58 (4) Stack, J. '60 Standish, M. '42 + Meyer, J. '77 +Townley,J. '75 Stevens, H. '28 (2) Trammell, C. '68 Stevens, M. '23 (2) * Walcher, K. '77 (4) *Stowe, P. '28 (2) \Vebster, L. '79 +Terwilliger, H. '36 (2) \Vilkinson. C. '60 Thomas, J. '57 + Thompson, R. '67 (6) Tormey, T. '32 (3) + Trachsel, W. '59 (12) WILLIAMS-I 8 Trubshaw, F. '43 (3) + Adsit, W. '30 (4) + Bankes, R. J r. '66 (3) * Ullrich, J. '37 (13) • Vinson, D. '59 (3) + Bohnet, J. '38 (3) + Buchanan, T. '36 (2) + Vinson, E. '28 + Clarke, D. '30 (7) + Voss , J. '72 + Walcisak, R. '74 (6) * Ellis, A. J r. '36 (6) • Weinke, D. '59 (13) Frost, F. '25 Windau. D. '63 Gepsoll, J. '65 (8) .

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I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING

AND THE END, THE FIRST AND THE LAST

Dennis H. Cheatham Indiana '65 1943-1983 Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, died of a massive heart attack on April 25, 1983. His death was unexpected and registered a shock of disbelief across the Fraternity. He was president of Pendleton Banking Company and organized and was president of the League of Economic Development, which sought changes in state banking laws. He was also chairman of the board for several banking institutions including: First National Bancorp, State Bank of Lapel, Security National Bank of New Castle, Citizen's National Bank of Knightstown, and Merrillville Bank and Trust Company. He was also president of Pendleton Company Inc., served as vicepresident of the Carmel Bank and Trust Company and was a director of Managers Advisors, Inc. He served on the development board for St. John Medical Center and the Medical Center Health Planning Committee and was a member of the planning committee for the new Madison County Jail. 64

He became treasurer of Delta Upsilon in 1974 and was elected for three successive additional terms. During his' tenure, sophisticated long-range financial planning and long-range budget forecasts were instituted in Delta Upsilon. In 1977 he was first elected Chairman of the Board of Directors, and was reelected for four additional one-year terms in that position. A Trustee of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation, he was instrumental in encouraging a new partnership between the Foundation and the Fraternity in development. Brother J. Paul McNamara, President of the Fraternity, led a sizeable Delta Upsilon delegation at the funeral services that were held in Pendleton, Indiana. Brother Cheatham is survived by his wife, Quindaro G. Cheatham, his daughter, Quindaro E. Cheatham; two sons, Theodore C. and John L. Cheatham and his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip McCavley.

Living Memorial Gifts: A Lasting Remembrance of Loyalty Memorial Delta Upsilon gifts are lasting tributes that help sustain the future of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Write or call the Memorial Gifts Secretary at the Fraternity Headquarters, area code 317-875-8900. A suitably inscribed card will be sent on request. Memorial Gifts made to the Delta Upsilon Fraternity in honor of Dennis H. Cheatham, Indiana '65, late Chairman of the Board of Directors, were received from the following members of the fraternity, organizations and friends: Jon S. Armstrong, Indiana '60 Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas '76 Craig J. Franz FSC, Bucknell '76 Troy E. Horine, Kansas State '80 Rodney P. Kirsch, North Dakota '78 Midwest Commerce Banking Company G. Michael Mott Charles C. Rogers, Arkansas '79 William A. Torrey, Bucknell '75 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27

Jeffrey M. Wells, Indiana '66 Frederick B. Williams, Indiana '70 Bradley K. Wolf, Kansas State '80 In addition, the following individuals and organizations made gifts to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation in memory of Dennis H. Cheatham: Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell '64 G. William Armstrong, Clarkson '61

Edward R. Bush, M.D. Central Missouri State Chapter Alumni Association Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers '78 Indiana Chapter Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 William F. Jones, Nebraska '27 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana '52 Gregory R. Kavanagh, Miami '81 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago '55 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Alpha Delta Upsilon, Texas Tech J 0 Ellen Walden Washington State Chapter Mrs. O. P. Yenerich Randall J. Yenerich, Indiana '65 At presstime for the magazine, additional memorial gifts for Dennis H. Cheatham were being received from chapters and alumni. They will be acknowledged promptly with memorial cards sent, and listed in a future issue of the Quarterly.

Obituaries ALBERTA B. K. Acton '40, October 16, 1982 *J. H. Prowse '39 AMHERST *Louis J. Ott '27 BOWDOIN Lyde S. Pratt '12, Jan. 24, 1983 BROWN Stanton P. Nickerson '31, Dec. 2, 1982 CALIFORNIA Michael D. Gallagher '86, Jan. 17, 1983 CHICAGO Dwight M. Cochran '27, Feb. 2, 1983

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COLGATE George F. Bonacker '30, Feb. 4, 1983 Robert H. Cook '34, Dec. 1982 Walter F. Spencer '18, Dec. 16, 1982 CORNELL James H . Luther '23 Eugene R. Perry '25, Dec. 6, 1982 DARTMOUTH W . Douglas Humphries '30, Jan. 25, 1983 Douglas M. Pease '28, Oct. 20, 1982 DENISON Donald S. Mackey '55, Oct. 1, 1980 DEPAUW Irving F. Brown '14, March 2, 1983 Laurance]. Harwood, Jr. '34, July 4, 1982 Jack W. Wedel '51, March 24, 1982 HAMILTON W. R . Jones II '35, Sept. 15, 1982 Daniel A . Pierce '26, March 1, 1983 HARVARD Murray Seasongood '00, Feb. 21, 1983 INDIANA Dennis H . Cheatham '65, April 25, 1983 IOWA Homer V. Butt '33,Jan. 6,1983 Donald L. Krieg '51, June 30, 1982 LAFAYETTE Everett K. Davey' 18, Jan. 7, 1983 LEHIGH Donald M. Middleton '42 Frederick W. Ryder, Sr. '16, Aug. 29, 1977 MARIETTA Wallace R. Davidson '47,Jan . 14, 1982 Walter F. Eberle, Jr. '45 McGILL E. Hunter Brumell '68 K. H. Hague '14 Robert]. Law '34 MIAMI Daniel H. Bookwalter '26, Nov. 25, 1982 John Y. Johnson, Jr. '38, March 4, 1983 MICHIGAN Stephen P. Kaptain '48, Feb. 4, 1983 MISSOURI James M. Baker '30, Feb. 3, 1983 M. Fred Hubbell '33, Nov. 10, 1982 Gustav M. Oehm '17, Feb. 19, 1983 John A . Williams,Jr. '52, March 27 , 1983 NEW YORK John]. Buckley '30, Sept. 21 , 1981 NORTH CAROLINA William D. Perry '29, March 26, 1983 Daniel W. Rader '55 , Oct. 2, 1982 NORTHWESTERN E . M.Anson'17,Feb. 13,1983 OHIO STATE Ernest A . Doerschuk ' 16 *John M. Fitzpatrick '33 Daniel P. Lane '08, Feb. 20, 1983 OKLAHOMA Jack T. Morgan '54, March 13, 1983 Robert C. Owings '38, Feb. 6, 1983 OREGON STATE James A. Rock '54, Aug. 8, 1979 PENNSYLV ANIA Richard B. Miller '36, Jan. 2, 1983 PENNSYLVANIA STATE Richard T. Bright '17 , Feb. 8,1983 Martin S. McAndrews '30, March 25, 1983 Wallace V. Peters '14, April 5, 1983 PURDUE Harry W. Rish, Jr. '49, Nov. 5, 1982 ROCHESTER Cameron B. Estes '37, Sept. 4, 1982 SWARTHMORE Horace B. McGuire '29, Feb. 4 , 1983

SYRACUSE W . James Bastian '41, Jan. 21, 1983 Joseph S. Caldwell, Jr. '25, Jan. 24, 1983 Thomas G. Walsh '36,Jan . 1983 TECHNOLOGY Frank C . Vogel '22, Feb. 5, 1983 Clarence R. Woodward 'i2, Feb. 24, 1983 TORONTO Stewart G. Bennett '14, Aug. 8, 1982 Archibald Foulds '04, Jan. 9, 1983 UNION Robert D . Everest '37, Feb. 3, 1983 WASHINGTON ]. L. Brown '41 , Oct. 24,1982 WESLEYAN Milton S. Smith '33, Jan. 24, 1983 WESTERN ONTARIO Gordon W . Ford '31, Jan. 25, 1983 WESTERN RESERVE Ralph E. Stucky '31, Feb. 8, 1983 WILLIAMS Thomas W. Bryant, Jr. '40 *The Post Office has notified us of the death of these brothers.

I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING

Births Creighton '80 - Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus G. Fenton of Omaha, Nebraska, a son, Thaddeus Grant, on January 22, 1983. Dayton '72 - Mr. and Mrs. Timothy]. McArdle of Muncie, Indiana, a son, David William, on June 4, 1982 . Indiana '55 - Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jack W . Stover of Shawnee Mission, Kansas, a son, Benjamin Carlos on January 18, 1982. Nebraska '77 - Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Hinchcliff of Omaha, Nebraska, a daughter, Lindsey Leigh on March 16, 1983. Nebraska '78 - Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dolezal of Marshalltown, Iowa, a daughter, Lynn Ann on May 26, 1982. Nebraska '78 - Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Maurstad of Omaha, Nebraska, a daughter, Lindsey Lee on March 8, 1983. Oklahoma '71 - Mr. and Mrs. Curtis M . Long of Tulsa, Oklahoma, a son, Christopher Curtis on March 30, 1983. Oklahoma State '72 - Mr. and Mrs. Lindell C. Gardner of Tulsa, Oklahoma, a daughter, Lindsay Dyan on February 10,1983. Toronto '76 - Dr. and Mrs. Gary Paul Stephen of Thornhill, Ontario, a son, Matthew Daniel on April 14, 1983.

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Marriages Arkansas '80 - John C. Logan and Miss Patty Jackson in Jasper, Texas on August 14, 1982. Carnegie '79 - Mark L. Berry and Miss Katrina Kemble Breylinger on April 17, 1982. Maryland '80 - John S. Wojtowicz and Miss Janice Dudiciewicz in Buffalo, New York on April 14, 1983. Nebraska '78 - Jay Dean Hodges and Miss Carrie Countryman in Scottsdale, Arizona on March 19, 1983. Nebraska '78 - William Mark Sibbernsen and Miss Nancy Crawford in Omaha, Nebraska onJune 13, 1981. Nebraska '80 - Robert R. Moodie and Miss Pamela Lynn Pollard in Lincoln, Nebraska on June 19, 1982. North Carolina '48 - Peter H. Gerns and Miss Barbara Allen Harrill at Charlotte, North Carolina on April 15, 1983. Oklahoma State '79 - John P. McKay, Jr. and Miss Paula Sue Turner in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 16, 1983.

Business and Professional Directory CONSULTANTS Alexander & Associates Co., Canadian Con sultants for Marketing, Manufacturing, Tariffs, Licensing and C.S.A. "Joe" Charles Alexander, P.E., Iowa State '55 , University of Toronto '77, 30 King's Inn Trail, Thornhill, Ontario L3T IT7 . RICHARDSON, RUNDEN & COMPANY, INC . Executive Recruitment Consultants Upper Montclair, New Jersey and Houston, Texas. Member - National Association of Corporate and Professional Recruiters, Inc. David M. Richardson, Clarkson '63.

PHOTOGRAPHERS George A. Blair, Miami '37, Founder and President , Hospital Portrait Service, Box 700, Red Bank, New Jersey (20 I) 741-1123. Installs 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.

PLACEMENT AGENCIES SAN FRANCISCO Placement Agency, I ne. (415) ,,43路8600 625 Market Street , Suite 1320 San Francisco, California 94105 Don Seghi, C.E.C . National and International Placement Bradley '51


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