Kansas State plans annual Alumni Golf Tournament he Kansas State Alumni Association's annual Alumni Golf Tournament will be . held at the Stagg Hill Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas on Saturday, April 20, 1991. Kansas State alumni can expect further information via an upcoming Alumni Association mailing. If you will be in the area and would like to participate hi. the event please call or write: .
Bradley M. Reinhardt, Kansas State '83 Kansas State Alumni Association P.O. Box 13081 Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66212
Brownell.to keynote Nebraska Initiation erbert Brownell, Nebraska '24, will be keynote speaker at the January 26,1991, initiation ceremony of the Fraternity's Nebraska chapter. Brother Brownell is a distinguished lawyer, former Attorney General of the United States, past president of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity and a recent · recipient of the Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. If you would like more information on this event please contact undergraduat~ initiation chairman Robb Aerni at the following address: . . .
TechIJol.ogy tums .1t)O
he T~.chnology Chapter ofDeltil Upsilon will . . :~ cel~bratirig Ifsl00th (1nnive~sao/duting the . weekeftd·of February 17, 1991. DU bff~cially recognized the chapter at th~Mass.ichusetts Institute of Technology on November 11; 1891. .When chartered, the Technology Chapter wastne tl:lirty':fifth chapter of Delta Upsilon. . The celebration will begin at 1:00 pm on Sunday, February i7, 1991 at the chapter house. Among activities planned is a formal dinner on Sunday night. If you would like further information on this event . please contact Technology's undergraduate president at the following address: Delta Upsilon Fraternity 526 Beacon Street Boston, MA 02215 (617)-536-3931
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Delta U Installs Two Chapters he Fraternity is happy to report the installations of two Delta Upsilon Chapters! . During the.weekend of November 17, 1990, the McMaster University Chapter received its charter in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Western Michigan University Chapter was presented its DU charter during the weekend of December 1, 1990, in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Congratulations to both of these groups!
A complete report on these and other installation ce'remonies will CfPPear in the April, 1991 issue of the Delta Upsilon Quarterly.
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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY Officers President (Vice Chairman) Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 26 Rue Grand Ducal Newport Beach, California 92660 Chairman of the Board H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 3913 15th Street D Moline, Illinois 61265 Secretary Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 900 North Linden Lane Macomb, Illinois 61455 Treasurer John B. Parks, DePauw '63 S20W.Ash Zionsville, Indiana 46077 Assistant Treasurer William A. Torrey, III, Bucknell '75 Bowdoin College Office of Development Brunswick, Maine 04011 Directors Christopher M. Andrews, Kansas '91 Delta Upsilon Fraternity 1025 Emery Road Lawrence, Kansas 66044 (1991) Jeffrey D. Barrom, Washington State '91 Delta Upsilon Fraternity N . E. 815 Ruby Street Pu IIman, Washington 99163 (199]) Bruce P. Batista, Miami '91 Delta Upsilon Fraternity 400 East Vine Street Oxford, Ohio 45056 (1991) Jerty L. Bobo, Houston '77 3131 Timmons Lane, #241 Houston, Texas 77027 (1991) Richard N. Brandenburg, Washington State & Washington '55 7748 Forest Drive N . E. Seattle, Washington 98115 (1992) Robert W. Broad, Colgate & Syracuse '60 4639 E. Mountain View Ct. Phoenix, Arizona 85028 (1992) Robert J. Edgar, Alberta '55 36 Marlboro Road Edmonton, Alberta T6J 2C6 (1992) Bro. Craig J. Franz, F.S.C., Bucknell '75 Roncalli Center 6519 North Twelfth Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19126 (1991) Gaty J. Golden, Rutgers '74 3509 Embudito,N. E. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111 (1992) William D. Greenburg, Western Ontario '73 P.O. Box #381, Station Q Toronto, Ontario M4T 2M5 (199]) John W. Kinkade, Colorado '68 1930 23rd Avenue Greeley, Colorado 80631 (1992) Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 P.O. Box 7408 Louisvifle, Kcntuckr. 40207 (1991) Paul E. Rosentha , Florida '73 P.O. Box 2193 Orlando, Florida 32802 (J992) Richard L. Sneed, Louisville '80 3401 38th Street, N. W., #702 Washington, D.C. 20016 (1991) Past Presidents Charles D. Prutzman, Penn State '18 Henty A. Federa, Louisville '37 Orville H. Read, Missouri '33 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta '31 W. D. Watkins, North Carolina '27 O. Edward Pollock, Virginia '51 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State '61 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Executive Director and Editor Steven J. Gerber, Northern Illinois '68 Communications Director and Managing Editor Jeffrey M. Dempsey, Nebraska '89 Director of Development Richard M. Holland, Syracuse '83 Alumni Relations Director J cHrey A. Dickson, Bucknell '90 Expansion Director Derek N. Dunham, North Dakota '89 Leadership Consultants Kevin P. Hird, Bradley '90 Jeffrey R. Stafford, Nebraska '90 David A. Suplc.c, Bucknell '90 Ad vertising Representative Thomas G. Bowman Ma ury Boyd and Associatcs, Inc. 5783 Park Plaza Court Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 849-6610
Delta Upsilon Quarterly The official magazine of Delta Upsilon Fraternity since 1882 • Vol. 109, No.1
In this issue
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Delta U Distinguished Alumni Award Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell'39, 21st recipient \
Fraternity joins FIPG Risk management policy strengthened
Alumni Club Activity Milwaukee hosts 67th annual dinner
The President's Report Board of Directors takes action in key areas
Educational Foundation Update Announcing DU's new Director of Development
1991 Leadership Institute Delegates to meet in the Valley of the Sun
DU Collegiate Activities Review News from DU Chapters and Colonies
On the cover A view of Marriott's Mountain Shadows Resort and Country Club, site of Delta Upsilon's 1991 Leadership Institute. See story on page 12.
Also inside DU expansion continues Newsmakers Chapter/Colony addresses Alpha and Omega
DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY, a publication of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, founded in 1834, Incorporated, December 10, 1909, under laws of the State of New York. Delta Upsilon ·International Fraternity Headquarters, P .O. Box 68942, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268. Headquarters is open from 8:30 to 5:00 p.m., E.S.T .• Monday through Friday. Telephone 317·875·8900. DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY (USPS 152.9(0) is published in January, April, July and October at 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, 1I1diana 46268. The subscription price (checks and money orders should be made payable to Delta Upsilon Fraternity) is 53.00 a year in advance; single copies 75¢. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Delta Upsilon Quarterly, P.O. Box 68942, Indianapolis. IN 46268·0942. Second-class postage paid at Indianapolis, Indiana and at additional mailing offices. ® T .M. Registered U.S. Patent Office,
Kiplinger receives Fraternity's Distinguished Alumni Award
rQth~r Austin H.
Kiplinger, Cornell '39, . recently became the twenty-first recipient of the Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni Award. 'Brother Kiplinger accepted the Fraternity's most prestigious aiumn'i award at a special November 3, Fou~der's Day reception hosted by the General Fraternity and the Delta Upsilon Capital Alumni Club. Over 70 Brothers and guests representing 35 different DU chapters attended the event held in Washington D.C. Brother Kiplinger, a noted publisher and author, is best known for his workas Editor of the Kiplinger Washington Newsletter, and Publisher of Changing Times
Kiplinger, is a Past President of the National Symphony and is currently Chairman Emeritus of the Cornell University Board of Trustees. Magazine. During rus impressive "For more than 156 years, Delta career he has worked for a number Upsilon has fostered a standard of of newspapers, including the Ithaca excellence and acruevement among Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle its membersrup, and Austin and the Chicago Journal of Commerce. Kiplinger exemplifies everything He has also worked as a broadcast for which we, as a brotherhood, news reporter and commentator for stand," said Delta Upsilon President ABC and NBC Radio and television Richard Meyer. "He serves as a networks. In addition, Kiplinger shining example to our underrecently published his fourth book, , graduate and alumni members as to America in the Global '90s. what can be achieved when you use A well-known supporter of the your talents to the best of your arts and higher education, Brother abilities."
Recipients of the Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni , Achievement Award 1984
Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '42 Terry J. Hart, Lehigh '68 FrederickH. "Rick" Hauck, Tufts '62 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 B'eurt R. SerVaas, Indiana '41 Brewster H. Shaw, Wisconsin '67 William Wallace III, Union '48 ,
Charles F.J ennings, Marietta '31 J. Paul McNamara, Miami '29 Paul}. Olscamp, Western Ontario '58 Phillip R. Shriver, Kent State '44 1986
Dr. Augustus A. White III, Brown '57
1987 Dr. Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '22 Arnold Bernhard, Williams '25 Thomas W. Darling, Syracuse '81
Dr. Karl A. Menninger, Kansas State '14 Dr. Linus C. Piluling, Oregon State '22
1989 Dr. James Holderman, Denison '58 , R. Gordon McGovern, Brown '48 The Honorable Eugene A. Wright, 'Washington '34
, , 1990 The Honorab'l e Herbert Brownell, Nebraska '24 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell '39
Pictured here with his wife Nancy Louise, Brother Kiplinger receives the DU Distinguished Alumni Award from DU President Meyer and Chairman Huntoon
DU returns to British Columbia elta Upsilon Fraternity has returned to the University of British Columbia after a 17 year absence. On September 26, eight men were initiated into the UBC Colony after two weeks of rushing and years of background preparation. According to Derek Dunham, DUs Expansion Director, "If it weren't for the support and dedication of the local alumni, the project wouldn't have been nearly as successful." The British Columbia
Alumni Chapter has been organized and positions are now being filled. The undergraduate group has already had success in recruiting several new member to the group of founding fathers. The colonization charge was delivered by Alumni Chapter President Mark Munroe, British Columbia 71, Murrey Rabinovitch, British Columbia '63 and Rick Acton, British Columbia 72. Each shared rus views on the see EXPANSION page 31
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Delta U joins FIPG
Risk management policy adopted ate in 1987,27 men's fraternities created the Fraternity InsurancePurchasingGroup(FIPG). These groups, finding it increasingly difficult to obtain adequa te liabili tyinsurance coverage, banded together to develop a comprehensive risk management policy for adoption and enforcement by all member fraternities. These fraternities agreed to hold each other accountable for violations of the policy and to report violations of any other FIPG fraternity. FIPG became fully functional in the fall of 1988 when member groups were able to collectively secure liability insurance coverage. At that time, an education and enforcement policy began. Since its inception several additional men's and women's fraternities have joined the group. In 1989, Delta Upsilon's 155th Convention instructed the Fraternity's Board of DirecI::::::::::::::::~!:~Âˇ..:~t"~~: tors to study "options for a comprehensive risk management and chapter insurance program for Delta Upsilon." After careful study of FIPG policies and procedures, Delta Upsilon's Board voted unanimouslyinearly November 1990 to become a member of the Fraternity Insurance PurchasingGroup. All DUs, both undergraduate and alumni, must understand and be supportive of the Fraternity's positionregarding risk management. The move to join FIPG is the right one. Delta Upsilon has long been proud ofits tradition of being "different from the rest." Here is another opportunity for DU to join in leading the fraternity world, this time in the area the risk management. This alliance is an urgent effort by leading Fraternal organizations to help reduce the risk that continues to threa ten the very existence of all Greek groups. No longer is hazing "because that's the way its always been done" being tolerated. No longer can alcohol and drug abuse and misuse go unchecked. And no longer are topics of sexual abuse, date rape and sexual harassment to be avoided, in hopes that they "will never happen to us."
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These things are happening to us, and to other Greek groups, on a far too regular basis. A proper risk management policy, and a vehicle through which to enforce it, will provide DU and all FIPG members a fighting chance at survival. Membership in FIPG will provide Delta Upsilon's Chapters and Colonies with the advantage of a comprehensive risk management policy. It will also allow them the ability to secure much needed, and many times otherwise unattainable, liability insurance coverage. The FIPG Risk Management Policy "shall apply to all fraternity entities and all levels of fra terni ty membership. " The policy includes provisions for alcohol and drugs, hazing, sexual abuse, and fire, health and safety. The FIPG policy is a stringent one. It is one that will challenge our Fraternity members to act responsibly and reasonably. It will hold all brothers accountable for their actions. Delta Upsilon can no longer tolerate the illicit use of drugs, the abuse and misuseof alcohol, and the improper treatment of women and of our own Brothers. Delta Upsilon can no longer afford to care for those who do not care for Delta Upsilon. As a member of the Fraternity Insurance Purchasing Group, Delta Upsilon is asking nothing more from our members than we should all ask of ourselves as responsible, moral, and productive leaders of society. III
Detailed information on Delta Upsilon's membership in FIPC will be distributed to all undergraduates and to many alumni volunteers. Please contact Fraternity Headquarters if you have any questions or concerns regarding DU's new risk management policy.
Comprehensive Liability Insurance Now Obtainable Acting on a resolution passed by the Fraternity's 155th Convention, Delta Upsilon's Board of Directors has adopted a mandatory liability insurance program for all of the Fraternity's chapters and colonies. The program will provide attractive rates on comprehensive insurance coverage with no exclusions for hazing, sexual harassment or alcohol related violations. This decision was made after extensive examination by the Board revealed that many DU chapters either had no liability insurance, the coverage was inadequate, or exorbitant charges were being paid for existing coverage. Undergraduates and alumni officers will receive further notification in time to cancel existing policies and begin participation in this new program. 5
DUNewsmaKm British Columbia The Honorable Jim Horsman '60, has been recognized by the University of British Columbia as one of the 75 outstanding graduates in the University's 75 year history. Since 1915, over 130,000 individuals have graduated from the University.
Cornell Fr. James G. Dodge '37, recently represented the SOS Kinderdorf International organization at the UNESCO Congress on children in New York. Since 1956, Brother Dodge has been involved with the SOS Children's Villages, oneof the largest privately funded organizations in the world '. Today there are over 250 SOS Villages and another 725 projects for the care of children in more than 105 countries of the world. Nelson Schaenen, Jr., '50, was recognized with a dinner in his honor for his many contributions over the past 40 years to Delta Upsilon at Cornell and all chapters Internationally. Held at the Cornell Club in New York City, Austin Kiplinger '39, served as keynote speaker. The event was organized and hosted by Tony Cashen '57.
Castner receives "The Sower's Award" from Nebraska Governor Kay Orr. Stanton, P.A. Brother Hartman pracBoard of Directors of the Society. tices in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial and securities litigation, and spent over three years as an enforcement Kansas State attorney with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Miami. H. Clayton Peterson '67, has been promoted to Managing Partner of Manitoba Arthur Anderson's Denver office. Brother Peterson is an active member of Morry Brown '74, has been apmany professional associations, including the American Institute of Certified pointed Director of Communications, Public Accountants. Also active in his Programming, and Regulatory Affairs community, he presently serves on the of Northern Cable Holdings Limited. Board of Advisors of the University of He is now responsible for communicaDenver School of Accountancy, the tions with employees and the public, Board of the Great Denver Corporation, and for regulatory matters with the Cathe Colorado Alliance of Business, and nadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission and other the Vail Valley Foundation. federal and provincial agencies. '55 and Tom Kilpatrick '56, serve on the
Lehigh DePauw Thomas O. Magan '64, is chairmanelect of the Indiana Bar Association's labor law section. He is a member of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce's personnel and labor relations committee and a member of the American Bar Association's labor law section. Brother Magan was also recently elected chairman of the Metro Evansville Chamber of Commerce.
Indiana J. Robert Cutter '52, is President of the Indiana SocietyofWashington, D.C., an organization of Hoosiers residing in the Washington, D.C. area. Brother Cutter is employed by the U.S. Department of Energy in the technology and international trade field. Ron Kovener
Nebraska Brothers BradleyW. McGowen, '87 and Mark McGowen '89, have joined the national investment firm of Gruntal &Co. Bradley is an associate vice president with the firm and has been in the brokerage business since grad uation. While at Lehigh he was captain of the school's golf team, Treasurer of DUs Lehigh chapter and president of the Lehigh Investment Club. Mark, who is currently in Gruntal's training program, was an all American quarterback for Lehigh. He also served two terms as president of Lehigh DU:.
Miami Roy M. Hartman '77, has been named Of Counsel to the Miami, Florida law firm 'o f Hornsby, Sacher, Zelman &
C. Lloyd Castner '57, manager of marketing for the Nebraska Public Power District, was recently presented "The Sower's Award" at the annual Nebraska Diplomats' Banquet in lincoln, NE. The award is given to denote consistency in performance by a member of the Nebraska Diplomats. The Diplomats is a volunteer group of Nebraska industry executives who make themselves available to the Department of Economic Development to promote the State. Brother Castner is also a member of the Nebraska Delta Upsilon Alumni board of directors. Matthew R. Krumwiede '89, has accepted a position as an Account Executive with the Sitel Corporation in Omaha, Nebraska. He joined Sitel in
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Alumni Club Activity
Milwaukee Club Celebrates early October, 1990. Brother Krum'wiede was also married in Omaha on November 23,1990. '
North Carolina State Edward Lach '79, has been named "Big Brother of the Year," by the Big Brothers /Big Sisters of Warren County, New Jersey. Brother Lach received the honor at a reception on Sunday, September 30, 1990.
North Dakota Kent R. Burbank '90, is currently a volunteer for the Peace Corps in Thailand. Brother Burbank will specialize in Aqua Culture which involves teaching members of a small village how to effectively fish for food. He is now in Thailand undergoing training in Thai culture and language.
Ohio State E. Stewart Hein '52, was recently inducted into The Ohio State University Intercollegiate Athletic Hall of Fame. As an undergrad uate, Brother Hein was captain of the Ohio State Baseball Team and was chosen for the All-American Baseball Team in 1951 and 1952. He also received the Western Conference Medal for the outstanding Senior AthleteScholar in his senior year, earned membership in the Sphinx Honor Society, <J.nd was President of the Ohio State DU chapter in 1952.
Syracuse Denis A. Robitaille, '82, has accepted a position with Xerox Corp. as a Patent Attorney in Rochester, N.Y.
'Tufts Peter R. Dolan '78,has beenpromoted to senior vice president of marketing and sales in Bristol-Myers Squibb Company's products division,
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Milwaukee- The Milwaukee Diego Counties. There are over Delta Upsilon Club enjoyed its 2000 alumni living in Southern 67th Annual Dinner at the California and with their help Milwaukee Athletic Club on these clubs will grow and Friday, November 2, 1990. flourish. Dr. James L. Hoyt, Wisconsin An organizational meeting is '65, Director of the School of being scheduled for January, Journalism and Mass Communi1991. Please contact Alumni cation at the University of Relations Director, Jeffrey Wisconsin spoke at the event. Dickson, at Fraternity Brother Hoyt, a former NBC . Headquarters for details. News Editor in Washington, D.C., is a member of the UW New York City- In the past Athletic Boq.rd and serves as a year, a great deal of interest in the rejuvenation of alumni activities Director of the Wisconsin Chapter's HouseCorporation. in the New York metropolitan At the close of his talk, Hoyt, area has taken pla(e. Approxiwith the help of Toastmaster mately 35 memberships have . John Sennett, Wisconsin '72, been granted in the Greater New presented the Fraternity's "50 ' York Alumni Club. Year" certificates to the following A Fall meeting and getBrothers: together was held at The Williams William G.Piper, Penn State Club in its Whitnesley Room'on '43, David C: Reynolds, '38, Tuesday, November 6,1990. Thomas R. Stephens, '44, Richard M. Holland, Director of Raymond E. Zahn, '41, and Fred Development for the Fraternity, A. Trubshaw, '43, all of the was guest speaker for the event. ' Wisconsin Chapter. Over the past The Organizing Committee . 20 years 135 Brothers have consists of Dr. Arthur H. received ~hisrecogniti6n! . Mittelstaedt, Co-Chairman (516) 563-4800; Richard F. Goebel, Co- , Chairman (212) 688-9431; Don ' Nunemaker, Membership Other Alumni Clubs Chairman (201) 292-1113 and Charles Bramwell, Program Boston- The Delta Upsilon Chairman, (201) 248-0878. For Club of New England (DUNE) further information, contact any held an Election Day Luncheon member of the committee. at the Algonquin Club in Boston, MA. Another gathering is Wichita- The Wichita planned for February in the . Alumni Club's annual Christmas Boston area. For more informaStag was held on Tuesday, tion call Mike McHenry at (617) December 4, 1990. 466 -1689. The Club holds weekly luncheon roundtables for all Southern California- The interested Brothers. If you would Southern Califorma Alumni Club like more information please is now in the organizational contact Waren Wandling; 1400 stage. Over the next year, the Epic Center, 301 North Main, Fraternity hopes to be able to Wichita, Kansas 67202. develop at least three area clubs in Los Angeles, Qrange and San
Board of Directors takes ACTION in Key Areas I am pleased to report that we are making progress in many of the key areas of our Fraternity. At the November Board of Directors meeting, held in Washington, D.c., definitive action was taken in areas critical to protecting both our Fraternity's ideals and its assets.
The President's Report I wish you could have been there! We debated issues. We discussed challenges, We expressed concerns. We presented viewpoints. From time to time, we even disagreed with one another, but even then it was within a fraternal spirit and with high regard by all for Delta Upsilon's future. We listened and we learned from one another. But here's the best part: We didn't procrastinate when it came time for decision-making and actiontaking on the key issues we faced. We took the following action: Education and Training We agreed that Delta Upsilon should take a leadership role in reforming and rededicating the Fraternity to higher ideals and service. We agreed to be a constructive and substantial moral force in modern college life, and to that end, to provide better undergraduate education and training of our members. The ability of the International Fraternity to provide more services designed to improve chapter , programming and to help develop the future leaders of our world, was seen as a key element to our longrange plan. Risk Management We agreed to join the Fraternity Insurance Purchasing Group (FlPG). This was a topic long-discussed, but not acted upon previously. In essence, membership in FIPG will proVide DU with a comprehensive risk management policy including provisions for zero-tolerance relative to alcohol, drugs, hazing, sexual abuse, discrimination and other , unacceptable social ills. And FlPG risk management includes provisions for fire, health, and safety, as well. Because of this action, the Frater8
nity is now eligible to secure minimum insurance coverage for the Fraternity and all its chapters, which until now, we didn't have and couldn't get. Finances We agreed to balance the General Fraternity's budget and not to drain our Foundation funds for operating monies. We've been talking about getting our financial house in order for over ten years! We've been talking about everyone being made aware of the dilemma but frankly, until now, we haven't stepped up to the facts and dealt with them. If we don't Richard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 balance our budgets from here on, we one thing to expand, however, it is could be "out of business" in 5 years! quite another to train and build new Your Board and the Headquarters groups, while continuing to provide staff have already put their money where their mou ths are. 100% of both better service to our existing chapters. Again, to be successful it takes time, groups have joined the President's involvement, and money! Suffice to Club at levels which exceed last year say, we agreed to expand to camby nearly 85%. If everyone did that, puses where success is likely and we'd balance our budget this year. where the Greek System is alive, Alumni Involvement We determined that under the healthy, and dynamic. As to Housing, we agreed that umbrella of building better chapters while this is also an important area, it and addressing our financial needs should be delegated more to local for the future, we have targeted alumni, except for our ability to increased alumni involvement as our provide direction and support. Day to number one goal for the next five years. If you are not actively involved day real estate matters should and must be the responsibility of a in the Fraternity at the chapter, chapter's alumni group. How we can alumni or International level, we invite you to become involved. If you better assist in this area will be do, you'll be in on the ground floor of . studied, but other issues on our plate the future of Delta Upsilon. You'll will take priority for now. All of your Board's recent actions help us direct and manage the are designed to move Delta Upsilon Fraternity in such a way that underforward in a leadership role and to graduate chapter improvement will provide sound fiscal management along occur in the future. We need your the way. As we provide each of our help to improve our standards of performance and to advance the chapters with better opportunities for success, we will be helping build Fraternity against popular negative perceptions. Please join us in helping tomorrows leaders! And, after all, to set new and higher standards of that's the bottom line. Come join us. We need you. excellence, responsibility, and Besides ... it's rewarding! accountability throughout our Fraternity. The best place to start is with your own Alumni Chapter. Fraternally, Expansion and Housing We agreed to continue the prudent expansion of new DU chapters. The need for more services and the economics of size are obvious to DickMeyer anyone who has ever spent an hour President thinking about our Fraternity. It is DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY'
The President's Club
Helping to Educate Delta U The President's Club consists of donors who give $100 or more annually to the US or Canadian DU Educational Foundations. Listed below are those Brothers who are members of the Club in the 90-91 fiscal year as of December 1, 1990. Donations received after this date will appear in future issues of the
FUchard M. Holland, Syracuse '83 H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois '72 John W. Kinkade, Colorado '68 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois '73 FUchard C. Marx, Pennsylvania '54 Howard L. McGregor, Jr., Williams '40 John B. Parks, DePauw '63 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida '73 The Charles T. and Marion M. Thompson Foundation
Alfred P. Sloan Circle (gifts of $400 to $499)
Donat:onsto either the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation or the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation of Canada, at any level, help to provide leadership and educational services to DU chapters and colonies throughout North America. Your continued support helps ensure the strength and stability of the General Fraternity and your chapter. Please continue your lifetime commitment to Delta Upsilon with a gift that will list you along with many of your Brothers.
James S; McDonnell Circle (gifts of $250 to $399) Lawrence F. Armstrong, Technology '28 William W. Boyd, Northwestern '48 David L. Cole, Wilmington '72 John P. Grady, DePauw '38 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas '75 J. FUchard Lombardi, Colorado '61 FUchard S. Mann, Cornell '52 Charles E. Nelson, Wisconsin '27 Paul H. Resch, Carnegie '28 Wendell A. Smith, Johns Hopkins '54 FUchard L. Sneed, Louisville '80 Robert J. Valdez, Nebraska '66 Marvin P. Winston, Michigan '50 John B. Cfonant Circle (gifts of $200 to $249)
James A. Garfield Circle (gifts of $1,000 or more) Bradley Chapter undergraduates in honor of Ray Zarvell Huntley G. Chapman, British Columbia '68 Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '51 Arthur K. Lund, San Jose '55 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State '59 FUchard E. Meyer, Michigan '61 1990 Leadership Institute attendees Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell '50 Robert V. Wardle, Michigan '52 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose '55 Charles Evans Hughes Circle (gifts of $500 to $999) Jerry L. Bobo, Houston '77 Robert W . Broad, Colgate & Syracuse '60 David E. Chambers, Arizona '60 Robert J. Edgar, Alberta '55 Steven J. Gerber, Northern Illinois '68 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路
Chester V. Clifton, Jr., Washington '35 George D. Furguson, British Columbia '62 William D. Greenberg, Western Ontario '73 Nicholas T. Giorgianni, Kent State '56 David C. Lovell, Iowa State '50 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins '49 Louis A. Pietro, Western Reserve '49
Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania '44 Thomas W . Arvin, San Jose '53 Alan R. Biggs, Western Ontario '59 Edward W. Carter, UCLA '32 FUchard Y. Coulton, Miami '54 Paul H. Davis, Jr., Chicago '35 Robert W. France, Northwestern '35 James D. Freyer, Syracuse '61 Severance W. Gavitt, Northwestern '37 Lloyd G. Gillette, Alberta '54 Robert C. Haugh, Indiana '48 Travis H . Jackson, Technology '71 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green '59 William L. Julian, Illinois '29 Eldred D. Kuppinger, Ohio State '33 RobertJ. Lambrix, Colgate '61 L. Alexander Lovett, Harvard '33 Andrew J. Loyd, Oklahoma '82 Edward C. McCobb, Michigan '23 Herbert H. Nelson, Colorado '59 James W. Osborn, Iowa State '73 Edward F. Parsons, Illinois '27
Bryant S. Procter, Illinois '44 William S. Smeltzer, Syracuse '58 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota '50 W. Robert Wilmore, Western Reserve '46 Edgar Bergan Circle (gifts of $150 to $199) Robert H. Alder, Wisconsin '46 Harold D. Barker, Miami '50 Harvey Bartle, Jr., Pennsylvania '30 Paul J. Bodine, Jr., Northwestern '50 FUchard N. Brandenburg, Washington SI. '55 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan '61 Philip N. Christiansen, South Dakota '75 Jack H . Copple, Purdue '42 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State '70 Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue '36 Gary J. Golden, Rutgers '74 Cameron G. Harmon, Jr., Ohio State '59 J. Kenneth Higdon, Kansas '47 Lester P. Jeter II, Kansas '65 G. Seely Johnston, Illinois '24 Stephen G. Katsinas, Illinois '78 Robert D. Kayser, California '46 Egerton W. King, Alberta '42 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell '59 H. E. Klemp, Kansas '26 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska '57 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska '54 Donald L. McKelvey, Missouri '32 Victor T. Neff, Oregon '62 Charles D. Prutzman, Pennsylvania State '18 Wendell L. FUchards, Oklahoma State '77 Edwin Salisbury, Syracuse '40 J. Wesley SI. Gair, Kansas '58 Robert S. Sundt, Swarthmore '50 Ronald S. Wa1cisak, Wisconsin '74 John B. Williams, Oregon '45 FUchard F. Williams, Louisville '67 Michael G. Wood, Cornell '64 Charles G. Dawes Circle (gifts of $100 to $149) Frank F. Abercrombie, Rochester '28' Roy F. Allen, Lehigh '68 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State '55 Charles W. Allen, Lehigh '25 James A. Allums, Texas '59 Stephen J. Anderson, North"e rn Iowa '79 Christopher M. Andrews, Kansas '91 David G. Antonson, Santa Barbara '89 Maurice D. Ashbury, Virginia '27 FUchard S. Ballard, Indiana '62 John M. Barr, Miami '68 Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois '22 Charles S. Biggs III, Pennsylvania '55 George A. Blair, Miami '37 Herbert S. Botsford, California '53 James R. Boylan, Alberta '66 Bradley Alumni Chapter
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Site 'chosen for "91 Leadership Institute elta Upsilon's 1991 Leadership Institute will "Focus on Leadership." For the first time in several years the Institute will not be held on a college campus. Marriott's Mountain Shadows Resort and Country Gub in Scottsdale, Arizona has been chosen to host this year's annual summer event. The Institute, whi<;:h will include the Fraternity's 157th Convention and 84th Assembly of Trustees, will be held on August 1-4,1991. Building upon recent Leadership Institute success, DU is planning an extended educational
program for both undergraduate and alumni attendees. Included in the agenda will be a variety of "hot topics" and numerous seminars focusing on important social issues now effecting all Greek organizations. Special emphasis will be given to the issues of hazing, alcohol awareness, substance abuse, sexual awareness, and racial and ethnic sensitivity. Seminars on effective chapter operations, newsletter production, philanthropy planning, as well as, sessions for the chapter president and treasurer will also be available. Additionally, FIPG, the Fraternity's
FOUNDATION of the laboratory for developing tomorrow's leaders -- a mission that your chapter and every DU brotherhood shares.
past four years as a Personnel Consultant with Franklin-Pierce Assoc., in Boston, Massachusetts.
Finally, after a comprehensive search, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Richard M. Holland as the Foundation's new Director of Development. Brother Holland, a 1983 graduate of Syracuse University, assumed his responsibilities by attending the fall meeting of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation Trustees in Columbus, Ohio on September 13, 1990. He may now be reached at Delta Along with the Foundation's __Upstron Headquarters in Board of Trustees, the Director of Indianapolis. Development coordinates and plans With your tax-deductible gift to the Fraternity's annual fund raising the DU Educational Foundation we appeal. He will also organize will set a record and improve our personal meetings between ability to meet the continual chalvolunteers and donor prospects, lenge of building tomorrow's and facilitate a telethon program. leaders today. Brother Holland previously served the Fraternity as a LeaderFraternally, ship Consultant from 1983 to 1985. His membership on the Fraternity Board of Directors since 1987, has provided him with valuable insight Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern '51 regarding the financial needs and goals of Delta Upsilon. Brother Chairman Holland leaves his position of the DU Educational Foundation
new risk management policy, and the availability of insurance liability coverage, will be major discussion topics. For alumni, an expanded agenda will be highlighted by seminars on undergraduate advising and Alumni Gub involvement, as well as DU's 84th Assembly of Trustees. Traditional guest speakers will once again enhance the Institute's educational curriculum. Brother Will Keirn, Pacific 75, and the University of Iowa's Mary Peterson, are expected to top this year's fine Institute program. The 2nd annual Delta Upsilon Games will include several new events due to the unique facilities available at the Mountain Shadows Resort. Sand volleyball, a variety of aquatic events, and a long-distance driving contest on the Resort's private golf driving range, will be among the added competitions. Undergraduates, and alumni and their families, will be eligible for special DU group rates. These special rates will include hotel accommodations and complete access to the five-star resort's restaurant and recreational facilities. These special rates will also be available for the weeks immediately preceding and following the Institute, if reservations are made in conjunction with registered Institute attendance. Additional Institute information will appear in the April issue of the Quarterly. A spring time mailing will include registration forms and other details. If you have any questions regarding the 1991 Leadership Institute please feel free to contact Delta Upsilon Headquarters for details. Plan now to attend "Focus on Leadership, "Delta U's 1991 Leadership Institute. Join the more than 500 expected DU brothers in four days of education sessions, decision making, camaraderie and sunshine.
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25 Collegiate Activities Review These reports were written by undergraduates and alumni of the Fraternity's chapters, colonies and provisional colonies. A few neglected to produce reports, in which case, that fact is indicated.
University uf Alberta The past semester has been one of great improvement and strengthening of Alberta DU. Our first term rush was very successful. By refining our rush methods we have pledged 15 men, bringing our chapter size to SO members. Indicators suggest an equally successful second term rush is possible. Perhaps the greatest area of improvement has been in the realm of membership development. A comprehensive scholarship program is leading to unprecedented levels of academic achievement. Another new element in membership development is a lecture series with alumni guest speakers touching on topics ranging from time management to alcohol awareness. As well we were the only Canadian chapter to downlink the Will Keirn teleconference, which has been instrumental in boosting membership motivation and involvement. The house is at full occupancy for the second consecutive year. Finally, I would like to thank all alumni who attcnded rush stag in October. I hope you enjoyed the event. The next formal event will be our annual spring formal. However, this year, we will be presenting a key-note address by a yet to be detcrmine alumnus. Tentative date for this event is the second weekend of March. Details will be mailed as plans are confirmed. Roland C. Lequier '90, President
University of Arkansas As I prepare to leave office, I have never been so proud to be a member of Delta Upsilon. In the past year, I have learned so much. I don't think I ever realized how important DU is to my character, until now. I would like to thank the charter members for bringing DU to Arkansas. On November 10, we celebrated the15thanniversary of Arkansas DO. To say it was a huge success would not be giving Ed Crane '76 enough credit for organizing such an event. As alumni flew in from England, Nicaragua and California, a mixture of all classes from 1976 to 1990. With over one-third of the alumni from the first composite returning, the undergraduates were able to learn the history of Arkansas DU. Our alumni were able to tour the house and see the renovations that were made under the direction of Brian Beaird '77. With dedication from both undergraduates and alumni, our chapter is now ready to expand our chapter. Look for DU to be as successful at Arkansas as Razorback basketball. Paul B. Moorman '90, President
University of TexasArlington ArlingtonDU isona steady pattern of growth. The semester started with rush in which we pledged nine men. Recognizing the need for an all-year rush, we hope to pledge six to eight men as the year progresses. The chapter built the 21st Annual Haunted House, the proceeds from which went to the Ruby Steel Fund to help fight cancer. Several of the rooms in the house have been renovated including a new banister for the main stairs. We wish to thank the alumni and the housing corporation for their contributions to hel p enable us to make these renovations. We encourage all alumni to come visit the house and see the work that has been done. Jeffrey S. Rice '92, President
California State UniversityBakersfield (No Report from President Montes)
Baylor University Baylor DU is well on the way back to the great frat ernity of our founding years. We are growing strong, and are once again a thriving organization. Although we are one ofthe smaller groups on campus, we are one of the most active. Our first string football team advanced to the finals of an intramural tournament and had a great shOWing. We finished third in the Zeta Tau Alpha "Great Treat," the annual All-fraternity Games. Our big project this year was the first annual DU Christmas Tree Sale. With the help of Britt Hollingsworth we sold trees and wreaths throughout the University community. This has been one of the most successful fund raising projects we have had here in several years and raised several hundred dollars for the Villages. A final word of thanks goes to Leadership Consultant Jeff Stafford. He gave us some great ideas during his visit, and those we implemented have turned out successful. You're doing a great job, keep up the good work! Andrew Konen '91, President
Bowling Green State University (No report from President Kullman)
Bradley University Bradley DU started off to a busy semester. It began by notifying the chapter about Sweepstakes, this excitement carried over into a rush of 29 men under the guidance of Michael Puttin '91. Shortly after rush we went full force into Greek Week and are happy to report the trophy stayed home for the second straight year.
We are currently implementing new ideas to help us continue to grow. An annual DU lectureship series is being established which will bring national renowned speakers to campus and well as local speakers of interest to the chapter. This years series began with Larry Speakes, the former press secretary to Ronald Reagan,and Al Mcguire, NBC sports analyst and former coach ofMarq uette. Both spoke to the university and came to the house for a reception afterward. In addition to these notable speakers, our after dinner speakers have included faculty members who have spoken on a variety of topics. We are adding these events to our permanent agenda. Bradley DU has also been busy with philanthropic events. For example one new philanthropy was to pair up with a sorority and escort under privileged children to the zoo, followed by a pizza party at the house. Theoutcomewas gratifying for both the children and the members. During a weekend in November we were privileged to share some valuable time with Brother Steve Gerber during his visit to Bradley for a leadership conference. We plan to add new ideas to our agenda throughout the semester for the purpose of building a stronger chapter. If anyone has some ideas they would like to share please call. Norman Sidler '91, President
Brown University The Brown Chapter is now at a diverse 68 total members. Included are members of the soccer, sailing, rugby, crew, baseball and golf teams! Early in the year the chapter was graced with a visit by Brother Colin Farrar '89, to whom special kudos is given for recently graduating number one in his classat Naval Officer Candidate Training school. We look forward to visits from other Brothers as the year progresses. Andrew Rosen '91, President
Bucknell University Greetings from Bucknell. This year has already proved to be a particularly productive one, This summer at the annual convention Bucknell won two major awards: one for outstanding pledge ed ucation and another for coping with the greatest amount of adversity. The chapter was rather proud of these distinctions. Our participation in the community started the first day back to school with a free car wash to all those parents dropping their children off at Bucknell for the first time ,and has been continuing ever since. Half a dozen brothers are involved in the Big Brother program here in Lewisburg, while a significantly greater number have been acting as tutors in the neighboring schools. One brother even took it upon himself to teach an elderly man 路 to drive! DU has volunteered to help the Alcohol Awareness Committee during their special week long activity. Our annual Halloween Party for the children of faculty was, again, a success, as was
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§S Collegiate Activities Review . the Christmas Gift Drive for underprivileged children of the surrounding communities. A soccer clinic was also scheduled for interested children. Bing Hinton '91, Chapter Relations
University of Calgary The 1990-91 school year brought some welcome changes to Calgary DU. Our members are enthusiastic and we are making a good impression on campus. Several members traveled to the Alberta Chapter to watch the Will Keirn Teleconference. Several members attended the Canadian Conference in Winnipeg and we have also made arrangements to attended the upcoming Regional Leadership Seminar at Washington State. Theyear has become a productive one. Expansion Director Derek Dunham helped us reorganize our chapter executive and our participation in the Terry Fox Run was very successful. Lastly, one of our members was elected Vice President of the Calgary Greek Council. Calgary DU hopes to continue its success, in this our first ful1 year as a chapter. Brian R. Wilson '93,vP Public Rela tions
into civic and university leaders. We are deeply indebted to CDUA for financing a general refurbishing of the house kitchen. The result ofCDUA's repair has been an enhancement of the quality and cleanliness of our food preparation and delivery, and an upsurge in enthusiasm among the brothers. Participation in campus-wide Greek events has been successful and enjoyable this semester. The Delta Upsilon team first place in Delta Gamma's" Anchor Splash" competition and we look forward to our entrant winning Kappa Alpha Theta's "Mr. Fraternity" competition. Of course, we are priming to defend our title as Greek Sing champions, and to return to our winning form in the Spring Carnival booth competition. Our Buggy program, under the leadership of Dave Ross '92, and Brian Zimmerman '92, is exceptional1y strong this year. We expect to rol1 three buggies and chal1enge the top teams on campus this Spring. We would like to thank al1 of our alumni who returned to the Chapter house on October 5-7 for Homecoming festivities, your enthusiasm makes us proud to be DUs. Also, I'd like to invite al1 alumni to. Spring Carnival 1991, to be held April 19-20. Hope to see you there! Ash Vasudeva '91, President
Cornell University (No report from Presiderit Mahoney)
Creighton University This faU has been a time of planning for Creighton DU. We lost a record number of seniors last spring and will lose another large class this year. We have implemented new rush programs and plan to build our membership in the spring. Our chapter held its annual teeter-a-thon in October and raised money for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Omaha. We were assisted by the Gamma Phi Beta sorority and held teeter locations on Creighton campus and at a shopping mall. We initiated our fall pledge class at our Founders Day Alumni luncheon. We had a very good turnout and hope to see many more of our alumni next year. Edward Leo Welsh III '91, President George W. McNary 75,AlumniTreasurer
Culver-Stockton DU has enjoyed much success this year, especially in the areas of pledgeship, philanthropy and brotherhood. University of CaliforniaWe pledged 14 men this fall, well above the campus average of nine. Our pledges were wel- · Berkeley " .' . . University of Chicago corned during a bid weekend retreat. They have California DUis 'r~aching. newlieights. We Chicago DU is going through a rebuilding since become involved in fraternity, community have 35 men.w\1~ awcommitted·. to developing, year. We are a smal1, but dedicated and focused and campus affairs. They have also worked with the strongest bro.ther:hood possIble: OU~ 'pledges , , o.n reVisiting our Chapter's former glory. the kids at the grade school in Canton, Mo., sold of the highest,caliber and 'will co.ntribute 'to, the We hild'a successful rush party September 28, . candy apples at Homecoming and recently consuccess ofthe:chapter:,' , : > " . , • ' . ' • ,. " ' ihan~ :ihJarge ,part to the help ofthe Brothers of ducted a celebrity pie auction. Cal DUs Can be 'seen in almost-every cainpus: , the, !3radley Chapter, who came from Peoria to We have continued our iiwolvement in camand Greekorganizationqnd:<ireass\lming leager~ . , ,help·out.We are grateful for their support. pus and communityIife. We answered the phoneS ship roles. The yo:unger, 'men '!rebecoming in- , ,We have several pledges who will ,be our for the Jerry Lewis Labor DayTelet~onand made volved on campus and il'\the chjlpter to ensure thechapter.'S: leaders in the upcoming years. This is a $100cash contribution to the Muscular Dystroprominence,Qf Delta 0 p$iio'li at,'C!,lifornia: , ' . 'the firs! yearin a long while that we have been able phy Association in September. The members also' Thefal1sepleSteriso.m;ofconst<intactivitYfor : to implement a rush and pledge program, took on the awesome task of portraying the Cal DUs., Welaised$500 toslipport ihe Phi Kappa The'sisters of Alpha Oinicron Pi serenaded us homeless as a part of our second annual "HomeSigma's whQ:weredisplacea.bya t'ragic' fir~ that early in t~eschool year, and we are planning other less Rally" October 27-28. The Brothers braved the cost threelfves: Dneofthe men,lostwastheson of ' ' ev~nis with the sororities on campus. cold and slept in cardboard boxes during the Cal DU Robert Sclutfo.. :. 'OiJrd~pesf ~Ympathy.· ' '. 'There has,been much plumbing and electrical goes out to, him and: his family .. , " , '. 'wQrkdQne 'on the house, and the house will un- twenty-four hour rally. Thanks to extensive media coverage, we were able to raise nearly $200 A primary goalof.C;AL DO is j1lim\ni inv9lvec dergo'tenovations during 1991 -92. and countless donations of food and clothing, ment. We encourage alul)'lni to 'c9me ,b)r and'see We have also hosted DUs from San Jose State Thechapter has taken timeoutforfun, too. We the fruits of your support; '. 'The house looks and Penn State, and our door isopenfor DUs from offered a rush event entitled "Delta Upsilon's Most fabulous and is admired by a'Uwho see it. We h'ad other chapters visiting Chicago. We would also Excellent Carnival" and were overwhelmed with alumni events for iheUCLA arid Stanford fQotbaU like to send our regards to the Brothers we met the response. We stepped up efforts at Homecomgames. Any alumni ~ho d'o' not receive the Bear ' and exchanged ideas with at the Leadership Ining, taking second place overaU and placing first Upsilo.n please send your address to Alumni stitute in August. ,. in the float competition. We had a successful President Gary Brooks at 6651 Heartwood Drive, Alan Supple '9i, President social exchange with Chi Omega in October ind Oakland, CA. 94611. We hope to see you soon. Aaron Varhola '92, Secretary gathered all the VIPs together for Founder's Day. Sayre Ellis Stevick '91, President We even entertained the parents as part of the College's Parents' Weekend with an informal reClarkson University Carnegie Mellon University ception at the house appropriately entitled "Des(No report from President MuUer) , Carnegie DU kicked off the 1990-91 academic serts.with DU." year in high style, pledging a class of 33 of the The faU Semester could never have been a finest men on campus. Once again DU pledged success if it weren't for the support' and encourColgate University the, largest number of men of any fraternity . .The agement of our alumni, particularly, our alumni ' (No report from President Menges) size and strength of our pledge class is especiaUy president Terry Sherer. We would like to thank noteworthy this year as the average fraternity them and Leadership Consultant David Suplee . pledge class is 15. With an attitude of "motivation for aU of their ideas which make our job easier and University of Colorado by example," the upperclassmen look forward to m\Jch more enjoyable. . developing our pledges and younger brothers (No report from President RondineUi) Rodney Rodenbaugh '91, President DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY·
搂5 Collegiate Activities Review DePauw University Our spring semester ended up very well last year with our chapter receiving the 1st annual President's award President's Award. We were the only fraternity to win this award which judged each house on five aspects of fraternity organization: 1) Public relations,2) Interfraternity relations, 3) Philanthropy, 4) Membership Education, and 5) Financial structure. Fall rush was a big success, we ended up with 22 pledges, even though first year male enrollment was down significantly. Philanthropy and member education have started out strong. A "movie night" sponsored by DU and a sorority raised $500 for The Villages. Our annual Halloween Safe House provided 200 children and their parents with the opportunity to stop and enjoy hot cider,candy, music, gifts and a live radio broadcast on the campus radio station. We also sponsored an all-campus lecture by Mary Peterson from Ohio State, on Greek life. We would like to congratulate the following Brothers for their recent achievements: Jamie Williams, selected to the Greek Judicial Board; and Greg Portel, elected President of IFe. DePauw DU would like to express our gratitude to the alumni chapter for their continued support which has made our achievements and success possible. Colin J. McClary '91, President Dr. Bruce Gastineau '64, Alumni Pres.
University of Florida Florida DU experienced an excellent fall semester and we have our sights set on a great spring. Fall rush brought 14 quality men into our membership and we are looking to continue this tradition in the new semester. During the fall term, we once again excelled in athletics and Greek relations, and had a drastically improved attitude towards scholastic achievement. On the philanthropic side DU started a new fund-raiser in the fall. It is a car stereo contest and exhibition called "Pump Up The Jams." We hope to raise over $500 for The Villages. In the spring, along with the women of Delta Delta Delta, we will spearhead campus involvement in the Great Gainesville Road Race, a local5K run that gained national exposure on ESPN. The proceeds will benefit "Stop Children's Cancer." The Alumni Corporation is planning to repair the chapter house roof as well as do some other needed repairs. In addition to the annual Spring Alumni Weekend, we are planning a Spring Parents Weekend. It will soon be Spring Break. We extend an invitation for all chapters traveling south to stop by to see our house and brotherhood.
Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Tech DU has been quite successful in upholding DU's continuing tradition of excellence. Scholastically, we ranked 6th spring quarter and 9th summer quarter. These ran kings place the chapter in the top third on campus. Thanks to a tremendous effort by all our Brothers, we pledged 21 men during fall rush, well above our Membership Development Plan incentive goal set by the General Fraternity. We are having a very active fall quarter, with a variety of social functions, including several sorority mixers. We also plan to have activities with a local Atlanta-area orphanage, and are pursuing an opportunity to become involved in the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. Jed Harvey '91, President
University of Guelph Guelph DU remains at the forefront of the growing Greek System at the University of Guelph. With twenty members graduating in the '89'90 year, rush was considered of prime importance. Thanks to the ingenUity and creativity of rush chairmen, YuriN. Machado '92 and Michael M. Weber '92, the chapter will remainin the30to 40 member range. We would like to thank the Illinois Chapter for their hospitality during the Leadership Institute in August. The event was extremely well organized and Brother Will S. Keim, Pacific '75, proved to the Canadian Chapters his reputation for being the greatest speakers on North American campus' today. With a successful rush this year and continuing success inour fund-raising and charity events, the chapter looks forward to continued growth and success at the University of Guelph, setting standards for other fraternities to follow. Thomas R. Everitt '91, President
Hamilton College Hamilton DU has had an extremely productive fall. With increasing alumni confidence and an unusually dedicated membership, the chapter has been able to expand its programming to encompass a wide range of activities. These new programs represent Hamilton DUs continued interest in serving the community and in educating our members. Our primary community service activity was a Halloween Party/Haunted House for underprivileged children from neighboring Utica. We have also been in contact with the American Cancer Society and plan to host a major event in the spring. Our traditional outings with the Utica Boys Club will also continue. We have also expanded our member education program. We will be hosting a CPR class for members and have scheduled a group discussion on acquaintance rape with a member of the college counseling staff. Our semester concluded with a Faculty / Alumni Thanksgiving dinner that allowed members to meet with professors in an informal setting. Hamilton DU has completed a successful year with a number of improvements on the physical plant. The attitude and activities of the chapter reflect our desire to constantly improve and we look forward to an even more successful 1991. James O'Brien '91, President Paul Crumrine '71 , Alumni President
University of Houston The fall semester has been a period of readjustment for Houston DU. We started the semester with a new rush system. The new system prod uced six pledges. We expect to pledge more men in spring rush. This was also a readjustment period for the new Executive Council. Several new faces took over positions of leadership. This was quite a change and has taken time to get used to.
Sean M. Carpenter '91, President
California State UniversityFresno (No report from President Duckhorn)
Members of the Kallsas Chapter present check to The Villages representatives ]ea/letta Menninger and The Honorable Terry Bullock, Kansas State '61 DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY路 January 1991
~ Collegiate Activities Review Although we have had some adjusting to do, we have still maintained old traditions and nutured new ones. The 3rd Annual Mekong Delta Party was a huge success, with several Greek organizations attending. During Homecoming, we continued the U of H tradition of DU pushball. Eight teams entered and had fun in the mud. In November, we took our yearly road trip to a Cougar football game. This year we visited the University of Texas in Austin. We visited the Texas Chapter and had a great time. In December, we will continueour philanthropic endeavors with the Star of Hope Mission Christmas Party. We look to have an equally eventful spring semester and a successful rush. Also, we would like to thank the Brothers from Southwest Missouri State for visiting us. Mauricio Rondon '92, President
University of Illinois DU remains at the top of the Greek System at the University of Illinois. We truly enjoyed hosting the 500+ Leadership delegates in Champaign this summer. Hopefully, it was a successful weekend for all those who attended. Rush was a success as we have a pledge class of 23. We were once again one of the top rushed houses at the world's largest Greek system. Scholastically, we moved up to fourth in the fraternity grade rankings out of 50 fraternities. Our chapter GPA is a 4.15/5.0, which is well above the all-mens and all-fraternity averages. DUs have now been in the top 10 in the grade ran kings for the last five semesters. We have also been busy socially as we first welcomed the new pledges of Chi Omega at our Bid Night party. The football season has been great in our football block with women of Gamma Phi Beta. We also have events with AI pha Epsilon Phi, Phi Mu and Delta Delta Delta. Homecoming on October 20 also proved a highlight as we hosted over 200 alumni. Finally, DUs are the campus volleyball champions and have the number one ranked soccer team. Our beach volleyball tournament with Alpha Gamma Delta raised over $1,000 for The Villages and Juvenile Diabetes. We also have events planned at the Champaign Boy's Club. Thomas M. O'Connor '91, President
Indiana University For the second straight year, brothers returning to the Indiana Chapter were greeted by a number of structural changes. With the remodeling of all floors now completed, we have found yet another asset to assist us in our rush functions. With the recent election of officers to the Executive Board, I am fully expecting a banner year for Indiana DU. On October 14, 1990 we initiated 14 members, as well as being presented with the first annual David Matthew VerHagen scholarship. The scholarship, in memory of the '85 IV graduate, will be presented on a yearly basis to an individual personifying one of the four founding
principles, diffusion of liberal culture. We currently have 22 men going through pledgeship and are making preparations for a strong spring rush. Intramurally, we are off to an unprecedented start. Our football team took first place in the campus-wide "Alpha Gam Slam" tournament, while the soccer team netted second in the annual Phi Psi tourney. Proceeds from both events went to support the United Way. Philanthropic efforts remain strong at Indiana DU. The pledges completed a raffle with Delta Delta Delta and eight other members participated in the Alpha Phi "Teeter totter-a-thon." Recently, Brothers took time out to spend the day with the Bloomington Girls Club. For the spring, we will begin planning ollr first "DU Twist-Off," a Twister tournament,as well as a "Hot Tub-a-thon" with Gamma Phi Beta. Indiana DU would like to extend its gratitude to all the alumni who contributed so graciously during the Homecoming weekend, and we trust we will see you again during Little 500. James S. Martin '92, President
University of Iowa First and foremost Iowa DU would like to wish our recently graduated seniors good luck in their future endeavors. The fall semester started off extremely summer and fall formal rush. We feel extremely confident that these men will develop into strong leaders. Over the past six months the cha pter has taken great strides to improve in grades, campus leadership, athletics and the upkeep of the fraternity house. We look forward to further improvement. This semester we celebrated our 65th anniversary which was extremely successful. Numerous alumni attended this momentous event. Outstanding service awards were"given to various corporate board members, by the president Keith Weigel. The chapter looks forward to continuing the history of excellence into the next century. The chapter also held its third annual "Safe Treat" this past Halloween. Various day-care centers around the campus were invited to go trick-or-treating through the haunted fraternity house. The event turned out be very entertaining for the kids and the Brothers. The Iowa Chapter has much to look forward to. We will be holding our second annual arm wrestling tournament this year's proceeds will go to the National Association of Downs Syndrome. The chapter continues to improve in all fraternal aspects. We would like to extend thanks to all of the alumni who have been contributing money to our chapter. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Paresh N. Patel '90, President Keith W. Weigel '78, Alumni President
Iowa State University We enjoyed good future during formal rush, and as a result we pledged 22 men. Our gratitude goes out to alumni Jeff Courtner '84, Lyoyd Courtner, Iowa '57, Craig Foss '71 and Ed Soenke
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'66, for their rush efforts. A big thanks, as well, goes to Tom Hansen '79, for setting up a successful pledge retreat early this fall. We are proud to have received an academic achievement award at the past Leadership Institute, and are equally pleased to report a third place performance Varieties skit last spring and third place finish in Homecoming 1990. We look forward to continued success in our scholastic standing as well as in our Greek system. Congratulations to Brother Brad Colehour on receiving our chapter's Chevalier G. Adams Award, which is given to an outstanding graduating senior member annually. Brad is certainly deserving and we wish him and the rest of our resent graduates the best of luck Along the same lines, congratulations to many of the Brothers who have announced their engagements. We have a positive chapter attitude and are looking forward to the continuation of another great year. Mark A. Joyce '91, President
The Johns Hopkins University (No report from President Hoban)
University of Kansas The fall semester has begun, and with it have come the challenges and successes known to DU. The school year began for several of the officers in August with the 1990 Leadership Institute in Champaign, Illinois. The Kansas Chapter once again had an honorable showing, bringing home several awards including The Jeanatta and Karl Menninger Trophy for Philanthropic Work. After arriving back at school in mid-August, we rounded out our new pledge class through formal rush filling the chapter house to its capacity of 64 men. Our efforts over the summer and in formal rush have amounted in some 33 very impressive men. September has highlighted by the 10th Annual Greg Wilkerson Memorial Football Tournament, to benefit The Villages. Following last years $10,000 mark, our highest ever, we set this years goal at $12,000. Through the productive guidance of our philanthropic chairmen, Grant Kaufman '92 and Trevor Wohlford '92, the men of the Kansas Chapter raised more than $14,500. As the dust is still settling from the tournament, we are focusing on the remainder of our goals for the year. Plans and groundwork for this years Rock Chalk Revue Show are diligently being worked out by all of our theatrical minds. The Ducks football team is coming off an impressive showing in our own tourney as regular season play soon begins. Ducks softball and volleyball teams are also prepared for regular season play. Our academics continue to be on the rise here at KU. We remain above the all-mens average and the all-mens Greek average while still gaining ground on our heaviest competition. Earlier this year we saw the appointment of two new chapter counselors, Mark Sinclair '88 and Brad Demo '84. We are excited to have them
8 Collegiate Activities Review aboard and look forward to their suggestions and leadership. Brad is the Kansas Women's Golf Coach and led them to the Big 8 Championship. In the spring we will be hosting our annual alumni banquet on Sunday, April 6. Please make plans to jointhe distinguished alumni and undergraduates for a day of golf and brotherhood. That evening we will hold a reception at the chapter house followeP by dinner at the Adams Alumni Center on campus. We hope to see all of you there.
Christopher M. Andrews '91, President John E. Esau 78, Alumni President
Kansas State University Kansas State DU is has had a prosperous fall semester. In September we initiated 11. Our current pledge class of twenty-five have become extremely involved in activities, both in and out of the chapter. Anexampleofthis is their participation in the Sunset Zoo'sannual Spooktacular event for Halloween. The pledge class volunteered their time to assist the Zoo in this fund raising event. On the 3rd of November, team work and enthusiasm paid off when the K-StateDUs, paired with Kappa Kappa Gamma and Theta Xi, took the first place Homecoming trophy. This contest was won by accumulating the most points in several events including a skit, a cheerleading/bodybuilding exhibition, creation of a banner, and a float building competition. We are also very excited about bringing Mary Peterson to campus this January. Ms. Peterson is a dynamic and effective speaker on issues facing college students. She conducted several seminars at the Leadership Institute this summer and has been featured at many other Greek conferences around the nation. We are co-sponsoring her appearance at Kansas State with the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and GreekAffairs:Whileat K-State, Mary will cond ucting two seminars: "Women's Issues" and "Sex, Stress and Alcohol." Both are being promoted as campus-wide events in which we hope to have an excellent turnout. The undergraduates and alumni board are currently gearing up for our thirty-fifth anniversary next year. We will be involved with numerous alumni events prior to our big celebration on November 16, 1991. These events include a gettogether at a Kansas City Chiefs game and an alumni golf tournament April 20, 1991. The enthusiasm here is running very high. Following a productive visit from Leadership Consultant Dave Suplee we are looking forward to finishing up the year with continued success.
Kurt Barrow '91, President
Kent State University The Kent State Cha pter is on the move. We are looking past the post-installation syndrome as some chapters go through. Our fall rush had produced a,pledge class of9 quality men who are looking very hopeful to keep this chapter moving forward in the years to come. We held our 1st Annual Jump for the American Cancer Society, during which we raised over 52700. We organized a "Clean Up Kent" program
which was a huge success. We have 5-10 more philanthropic events in the planning stages. As far as long term goals, "Chapter of the Year" at Kent is not out of reach. Overall, the chapter is looking very strong arid we have the caliber to live up to the great DU tradition at Kent.
Todd Brown '92, President
Lehigh University The Lehigh Chapter has had an outstanding spring semester with the addition of nine newly initiated brothers. These men will be a great asset as weenter our fall rush. We have already had our famous clam bake and several other rush functions in hopes of the best pledge class at Lehigh. Once again the brothers ofDelta Upsilon have made tremendous contributions to the Lehigh athletic programs. This fall numerous brothers, including starting quarterback, Glenn Kempa, have led the Engineers to an impressive 2-0 start on the gridiron. And once again, Mike McGovern is leading the University golf team to another great season. The brotherhood has involved itself in some new community services. We are very active with the Bethlehem Boys Club. And weare involved in a project to help build a playground at the George Wolf Elementary School in Bath, Pennsylvania. The Lehigh Chapter would like to extend its congratulations to Michal Daniel Walsh '90 and his wife Joy on the birth of their baby girl, Chelsea, and Sean Chiarito on his marriage to Suzanne Gill. We would also like to invite all alumni to visit the chapter and welcome any correspondence.
Michael J. Tritt '91, President Thomas D. Erwin '91, Secretary
California State UniversityLong Beach The fall semester saw continued growth and success of Long Beach DU. We have extended to hand of brotherhood to 12 pledges. Thanks to the work of brothers Dave McKenzie and Dave Peck, our pledges are receiving solid education in the principlesofDU. Also we would like thank Andy Marshall '88 for the help he gave us with rush. . Cotping off the exhilarating feeling of winning the "Most Improved Scholarship Award," we are making plans to bring home another award next August. We are making great strides in the areas of philanthropy a)1d community relations. We also took part in a comrilUnity-wide recycling drive early in December. . Last August our undergraduate membership total ed only 12. At-that time, we made a commitment to double olir size and at this time, we have over 28 members and pledges. We are shooting for a total of40 by March, 1991. If you are ever in Southern California don't hesitate to contact us.
Christopher A. Bonomo '91, President
University of Louisville (No report from President Janes)
University of Maine Editors note: After a two-year University-imposed suspension of the Maine Chapter the Fraternity is in the process of reviving a group in Orono. Fraternity representatives have visited with University officials and have secured the return of Delta Upsilon to the University of Maine. DU began official recolonization efforts including . the recruitment of an entirely new base of membership, in early January, 1991.
University of Manitoba Manitoba DU has concentrated its efforts on the rebuilding the strength of the chapter. Our first step in rebuilding was the hosting the DU Canadian Conference, where Brothers Steve Gerber, Will Greenburg and Brothers from all Canadian chapters and colonies were in attendance. The Conference's main themes were insurance, liability, crisis management and fund raising. Also, Lynn Huffman from The Villages came out to inform us about the Villages program. The Conference ended with a dinner at which two of our founding members where in attendance. I would like to thank all the Brothers who came out and participated in the Conference and special thanks to Brothers Gerber and Greenburg for all their input and organization.
David Uipp '91, President
Marietta College (No report from President Mader)
University of Maryland (No report from President Hartman)
University of Massachusetts The Brothers of the Massachusetts Chapter are proud to report the completion of one of our most successful years ever. . We would like to thank all the alumni who were able to ' attend our tenth Anniversary and made it a milestone in our Chapters history. There was a strong alumni turnout, including many founding fathers. We ignited a new found interest with our alumni and created a commitment between alumni and undergraduates to improve our chapter's future. We would like to take this opportunity to give a special thanks to Keith O. Keneta, Washington '59, for his ten yearsofservice and dedication to our chapter. During the last 1year we were able to distinguish ourselves as one of the finest fraternities on campus. We were honored as the Most Improved Chapter on campus for our workin the Greek area and in the community. For the fourth year in a row we received an award for Best Philanthropy. Our highly successful Chariot Roll for the Dana Farber Institute is charity to assist children with cancer. Currently, we have two brothers sitting on the Interfraternity Council. EdwardJewett'91, is finishing up his term as President of IFC and
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8 Collegiate Activities Review received an award for Best President for his term as President of our chapter a year ago. In addition, Kevin Taylor '90 finished his term as Vice President in charge of activities. . After three years of effort we accomplished our goal of becoming Greek Area and overall intramural athletic champions. At the same time we were able to improve our chapter GPA by an increased chapter effort. We are proud to announcethat15men were initiated into the chapter at last semesters formal. This semester's pledge class looks just as promising with 10 men. A special congratulations goes out to Mick Rodgers' 86 and] ames Crowley' 87, both of whom\ celebrated marriages. This past summer we put nearly ten thousand dollars to partial restoration of the house. We would appreciate if any alumni in the area would stop by and say hello. If you have any questions of just want to talk with us you can call the Chapter number which is, (413)-549-3831. We look forward to hearing from you. John R. Buxton '91, President Matthew D. McKinnon '91, Chap Reia.
McGill University (No report from President Singh)
Miami University Miami DU once again had a busy semester. The renovation of our dining room was accomplished over the summer with the installation of weather proof glass windows, a paint job, new lighting and a new floor. This completes a two year capital improvement campaign which included a new kitchen, as well. Greek Week was successful and once again DU puddle pull closed out the competition. Homecoming sawthereturn of many alumni who were treated to tours and a cook out. Parents weekend also saw many parents in attendance, as they dedicated our new Computer room. Special thanks to Gerry and Dee Zobrist for their term as co-presidents of the Parent's Club. Several chapter members took a road trip to the McGill Chapter and were treated to "warm" Canadian hospitality. Our spring pledges were recently initiated, two of them are legacies. We currently have two fall pledges and look forward to winter rush, with a goal of obtaining 20 to 30 pledges. Alumni can expect an "Open Visor" newslettervery soon, the Annual Tea in April and Alumni Weekend in June. Please keep sending letters, photos, etc. to "the house on Vine Street." Chris A. Maraschiello '88, Alumni Corp. Frank S. Dodd '49, Alumni Advisor
Nebraska's DWPhi Mu soccer team took first place in all-Greek and all-University competitions With the dedication and teamwork of undergraduates, alumni and the International Fraternity, we will see our membership almost d~uble this academic year. Our Fall rush brOught 111 18 pledges, that is one more than the combined total from all of last year. With another 15-20 pledges expected from Winter 1991 rush, we should see year-end membership at about 75 men! . We are still proud to report one of the highest GPAs of any fraternity on campus. Our athletic program has gained ground during the year and we are looking to finish in the top 15. Campus involvement is also strong with two Brothers chosen for the Greek Week Steering Committee and one accepted into Order of Omega. We are please to announce that our new living-room furniture has arrived and also that the stairways and halls have received a fresh coat of paint. Plans are under way for the partial renovation of our annex this summer. Another success for us was the hosting of the Michigan Football Pep Rally on our front lawn with Head Coach Gary Moeller, Cheerleaders and the Michigan Marching Band. Thatsameweekend saw a most successful alumni reunion organized by Jerry Dickson '49. Homecoming was also a fantastic event - despite the Wolverine loss. More than 150 people gathered after the game. Finally, saving the best for last, we are very pleased and honored that one of our own, Richard E. Meyer '61, has been elected President of the International Fraternity!. We are proud to have a Michigan man in charge! Thomas F. Richards '91, President
Michigan State University University of Michigan The success of Michigan DU in 1990 has been overwhelming! After what seems to have been years of planning, everything is finally coming together and we are once again one of the best chapters on campus.
(No report from President Briggs)
Michigan Technological University Michigan Tech DU hopes that all is going well for all our brothers. We have had a great fall
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semester. Ken Croton has done an excellent job as rush chairman and we have seen a great deal of interest from most rushees on campus. This fall we placed first in the over-all Homecoming competition. We also took part in winter carnival. This years theme was "A Frozen Look at Famous Books." We are also having curtains made for the downstairs ofthe house. Brother Kevin Winttrups' mother graciously offered to make and p~y f~r the curtains and we thank her for her contnbutlon. We would also like to thank all of the alumni who came up in the fall and made it out of the woods. Your continued support is appreciat~'C!. HAIL DELTA UPSILON! Bradley Norrid '91, President
Middlebury College (No report from President Benedict)
University of Missouri (No report from President Johnson)
University of Nebraska At the University of Nebraska, DU continued its tradition of excellence by pledging 31 men during summer rush. From a system of 28 fraternities, DU had the largest pledge class on campus. The pledge class brings the chapter membership to nearly 90 members. Scholastically, the chapter continued to improvement with its third straight semester above a 3.0 GPA. The chapter's GPA has traditionally been ranked in the top 20% of all fraternities and is above the all-mens, all-University and allGreek averages. The Alumni Corporation's Financial Committee has been working towards transferring the handling of chapter finances to the undergr~duÂ ates. This has been highlighted by the donatlOns of a computer by Brother Robert Valdez '66 and
ยงS Collegiate Activities Review financial software by Brother Tom Lannin '78 for the explicit use by the Undergraduate Treasurer. Brother Valdez has also established an scholarship fund which will annually amount to over $1000 in undergraduate scholarships. Recently, a 1947-54 Reunion was held in Lincoln. Thirty-five prestigious DUs from across the country gathered the relive old stories and to catch up onsome new ones. The Alumni Advisory Board would like to welcome its newest members Brothers Rick Russell '83 and Robert Moody '80.' ThiS year the chapter undertook various real estate projects including the renovation of our Tube Room and Living Room. A new wooden fence has been donated by Brother George Hirshbach '58 along with hedges and landscaping materials by Richard Campbell '68. Also, the Corporation Board has received pledges of over $100,000 towards continued renovation, includmg a new roof and an electrical and heating unit. In public relations, we have been very busy. In October, Governor Kay Orr visited the chapter and spoke about the future of the State and the University. We held a "Faculty Night" where three UNL faculty members were invited to our formal Monday night dinner and presented with certificates of appreciation. We also held a "Women's Recognition Dinner" for leadership on campus, organized a Parent's Weekend and cosponsored the Will Keim, Pacific '75, Teleconference. Membership development programming has been enhanced with seminars being held on topics including: etiquette, sexually transmitted diseases, drug and alcohol abuse and liability. In philanthropy, the chapter collected over $600 for the Red Cross and participated in events for the Association of Retarded Citizens and Lighthouse Foundation. The chapter adopted a two-mile portion of Interstate 80 between Lincoln and Om~h~ and we. hosted a Christmas party for underprivileged children in December. Initiation has been set for January 26, 1991. We are honored to have Brother Herbert Brownell '24 as the key-note speaker for the event. Finally ,Nebraska DU would like to congratulate and welcome new President Dick Meyer!
Rick Tetzloff '91 . President
University of North Carolina .
Fall of1990 finds the North Carolina Chapter great shape. Our annual fund raiser for the Chapel Hill Ronald McDonald House was very successful, as was ourannual "Beat State" party on September 28. Our brotherhood continues to be strong, with a number of Brothers making contributions. We are calling upon last semester's initiates to take positions on Executive Board. Co-rush, Secretary, Kitchen Manager and House Manager have been filled by these young Brothers who have done a great job. This fall we have a pledge class offifteen and initiated the spring pledge class in late October. DU continues to promote a good image on campus as well. Members of our brotherhood hold offices such as Student Body Treasurer and Student Congress Representative. We also have III
four Phi Beta Kappa members and continue to rank in the top five in all-fraternity GPA. Intramurals are still a strong asset to the chapter, as shown by our football team, "Webeseenya," winning the Fraternity Championship. Plans are also in the works for our annual alumni event in the fall, the W.D. Watkins Century Club Luncheon.
Craig Pippert '91, President
North Carolina St. University With the end of another year we stop to reflect on what we have accomplished. At the beginning of the year we set goals of: improved academic standing; improved public image; and increased chapter membership. We have made great strides towards all of these goals. Over the past year our GPA has risen by .25, and we received the academic award for excellence from the International Fraternity. We have completed construction of our computer room and study lounge, which should insure future progress in scholastics. In order to improve public relations we resolved to force the public to take note of our positive actions. We conducted five philanthropic events over the past year. The largest was our annual food drive. This year the drive generated over 58,000 pounds of food for the needy. Our Brothers are dedicated to the growth and success of our chapter and wiIl pursue "all honorable means" to secure our future. Expect to hear more from us as the year progresses.
Michael A. Hinton '91, Past President
University of North Dakota The North Dakota Chapter has had continued success during the 1990 Spring semester. All of the work that Brothers have put forth is paying off. First of all, we are honored to receive The Director's Award for Excellence, The President's Award, Academic Excellence Award and the Academic Achievement Award from the International Fraternity. We also received top honors from the University for a 1990 Spring GPA of 3.02, which is above the all-campus average. On October 29, 1990 we initiated 10 outstanding men who pledged during the spring. Fall rush was a big success, bringing us 21 pledges. During the summer we made several repairs to the chapter house. Brothers took time from break to repaint the hallways, stairwells and entry way. We also contracted a painter to re-stain the entire exterior. Increased membership also allowed us to re-carpet the main floor hallway .. Homecoming was a great success, weare glad to have been able to celebrate our 29th year with so many returning alumni. 1991 marks our 30th Anniversary as a chapter and Homecoming plans are underway for next year. Contact usifyou have any suggestions for a week-long celebration. We would again like to extend an open invitation to all Brothers who may be passing through our area . Feel welcome to stop by the chapter house anytime!
Troy A. Clark '91, President
North Dakota State University North Dakota State DU welcomed seven pledges during the fall quarter. Expectations and goals have been set for the chapter to raise its membership significantly in the next three years. We conducted a rush seminar and a chapter evaluation last fall with the help of Expansion Director Derek Dunham. Derek stayed with us a week and worked on our rush effort. Thank you to Derek for all the hel p he gave us. We now have the tools and capabilities to make our chapter stronger. Another thank you goes to the North Dakota chapter for their help with our rush seminar and rush week. We look forward to another great spring exchange in Grand Forks this year. We have stimulated alumni interest with the help of alumni president Harold M. Hagen '86. A "Buck a Month" club has been started to help support our newsletter. Many alumni have signed up, with support growing each month. A Founder's Day celebration was held during the weekend of November 2-4. Alumni and undergraduates played in a broomball match on Friday night and on Saturday we all went to the Bison football game. A banquet, program and dance were held on Saturday evening at the Oak Manor. Thank you to all alumni who attended. Upcoming events will include a visit to the Manitoba chapter and our annual softball game against the Manitoba brothers in May. Our 15th annual Teeter-a-thon with Gamma Phi Beta has also been scheduled for the end of April and we will be taking our annual canoe trip on May 10-12. All alumni are invited to take part in these events and we encourage you to send us your news and announcements for our next newsletter.
Travis Siverson '91, President
University of Northern Colorado The fall semester has been very eventful for the Northern Colorado Chapter. Our fall rush brought to the chapter a class of 17, with Leigh Fatzinger being the pledge class president. Our pledges are very excited aboutthefraternity which has given all of the members a new sense of enthusiasm. On campus we still lead the way in philanthropic progress and community involvement. Weare planning a racism conference for the house to discuss the problem of racism on the campus and how that affects usas campus leaders. We are also planning to run a Saint Sticks hockey tournament to benefit the ViIlages. Besides our philanthropic involvement we are planning to attend a semi-formal at the Creighton Chapter. We are also planning for our RLS which we will be holding this February. I would like to thank Brian Tompson '91 for his hard work in coordination of the Regional LeadershipSeminar being held here early next semester. The men ofthe chapter are looking forward to a very successful semester, in both academics and community involvement. We should also like to
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Chapter and Colony Addresses These are addresses for this semester, current as of December 1,1990 Alberta, 11020 86th Ave., Edmonton AB Canada T6G OW9 Arizona State Provisional Colony, 201 West Hermosa, #P205 Tempe, AZ 85281 Arkansas, 10 N. Garland, Fayetteville, AR 72701 Arkansas College Colony, Arkansas College, Batesville, AR 72501 Arlington, Box 191113 UTA', Arlington, TX 76019 Bakersfield, 8200 Kroll Way, Apt. 208, Bakersfield, CA 93311 Baylor, Baylor University, Box 102, Waco, TX 76703 Bowling Green, BGSU, Bowling Green, OH 43403 Bradley, 1318 W. Fredonia, Peoria, IL 61606 British Columbia Colony, 8740 Cartier St., #106, Vancouver, BC Canada V6P 4V2 Brown, Box 1161, Brown U., Providence RI 02912 Bucknell, Bucknell U., Box C-2789, Lewisburg PA 17837 Calgary, 2227 26th Ave. NW, Calgary, AB Canada T2M 2G6 California, 2425 Warring St., Berkeley, CA 94704 Cal Poly Colony, 720 Foothill Blvd., San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Carnegie, 5031 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Chicago, 5714 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL 60637 Clarkson, 30 Elm Street, Potsdam, NY 13676 Colgate, Box T5017, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY 13346 Colorado, 955 Pleasant, Boulder, CO 80302 Cornell, 6 South Ave., Ithaca, NY 14850 Creighton, 318 N. 33rd Street, Omaha, NE 68131 Culver-Stockton, Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO 63435 Denison Provisional Colony, Denison University, Slayter, Box #2340, Granville, OH 43023 DePauw, 626 E. Seminary St., Greencastle, IN 46135 Florida, 1814 W. University Ave., Gainesville, FL 32603 Florida State Provisional Colony, FSU Box 61194, Tallahassee, FL 32313 Fresno, 5241 N. Maple Ave., Fresno, CA 93710 Georgia Tech, 154 Fifth St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Guelph, 35 Neeve Street, Guelph, ON Canada NIH 4C2 Hamilton, Hamilton College, Clinton NY 13323 Houston, 5012 Calhoun, Houston, TX 77004 Illinois, 312 E. Armory Ave., Champaign, IL 61820 Indiana, 1200 E. 3rd St., Bloomington, IN 47401 lona Colony, 63 Round Hill Drive, Yonkers, NY 10710 Iowa, 320 Ellis Ave., Iowa City, IA 52240 Iowa State, 117 Ash Ave., Ames, IA 50010 Johns Hopkins, 4220 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218 Kansas, 1025 Emery Rd., Lawrence, KS 66044 Kansas State, 1425 University Dr., Manhattan, KS 66502 Kent State, 209 South Willow St., Kent, OH 44240 Lehigh, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 18015 Long Beach, 2037 Stevely, Long Beach, CA 90815 Louisville, Belknap Campus, U of L, Louisville, KY 40292 Maine, 130 College A ve., Orono, ME 04473 Manitoba, 112 Wilmot Place, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3L 2Kl Marietta, 223 Fourth St., Marietta, OH 45750 Maryland, P. O. Box 0, College Park, MD 20740 Massachusetts, 778 N. Pleasant, Amherst, MA 01002 McGill, 522 Pine Ave. W., Montreal, PQ Canada H2W 156 McMaster, P. O. Box 1016, Hamilton, ON Canada L8S lCO Miami, 400 E. Vine St., Oxford, OH 45056 Michigan, 1331 Hill St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
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Michigan State, 427 M.A.C. Ave., East Lansing, MI 48823 Michigan Tech, 1101 College Ave., Houghton, MI 49931 Minnesota Colony, 501 Ontario 5., SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414 Missouri, 711 Maryland Ave., Columbia, MO 65201 Nebraska, 1548 Vine St., Lincoln, NE 68508 North Carolina, 407 E. Rosemary, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 North Carolina State, #3 Maiden Lane, Raleigh, NC 27607 North Dakota, 505 Princeton St., Grand Forks, ND 58201 North Dakota State, 1420 12th Ave. N., Fargo, ND 58102 Northern Colorado, 928 20th Street, Greeley, CO 80631 Northern Illinois, 1114 Blackhawk Rd., DeKalb, IL 60115 Northern Iowa, 1927 College St., Cedar Falls, IA 50613 Northwestern, 2307 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, IL 60201 Ohio, 10 W. Mulberry, Athens, OH 45701 Ohio State, 240 E. 15th St., Columbus, OH 43201 Oklahoma, 603 W. Brooks, Norman, OK 73069 Oklahoma State, 311 S. Hester, Stillwater, OK 74074 Oregon, 1867 Alder St., Eugene, OR 97401 Oregon State, 235 NW 25th St., Corvallis, OR 97330 Pennsylvania, 4000 Spruce St., Apt. #2, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Pennsylvania State, 229 Locust Lane, State College, PA 16801 Purdue, 1290 State St., W. Lafayette, IN 47906 Rochester Colony, P.O. Box 276874, Campus Post Office, Rochester, NY 14627-6874 Rutgers, 66 College Ave., New Brunswick NJ 08901 San Diego, 5606 Hardy Ave., San Diego, CA 92115 San Jose, 282 S. 10th St., San Jose, CA 95112 Santa Barbara, 6556 El Nido Ln. #10, Santa Barbara, CA 93117 South Carolina, Box 85128, Russell House, West Wing, U. of SC, Columbia, SC 29208 South Dakota, 204 N. University St., Vermillion, SD 57069 Southwest Missouri, 1050 E. Walnut, Springfield, MO 65806 Swarthmore, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA 19081 Syracuse, 711 Comstock Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210 Technology, 526 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02215 Temple Colony, 2523 Brown St., Apt #2, Philadelphia, PA 19130 Tennessee, 1845 Terrace Ave., Knoxville, TN 37916 Texas, 2510 Leon St., Austin, TX 78705 Texas A&M Colony, P. O.Box L, College Station, TX 77840 Toronto, 182 St. George St., Toronto, ON Canada M5R 2N3 Tri-State Colony, 319 Darling St., Angola, IN 46703 Tufts, 114 Professors Row, Medford, MA 02155 Union, Union College, Box 398, Schenectady, NY 12308 Virginia, 180 Rugby Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22903 Virginia Tech, 610 N. Main St., Ste. 222, Blacksburg, VA 24060 Washington, 450819th Av~. NE, Seattle ,WA 98105 Washington State, NE 815 Il\uby St., Pullman, WA 99163 Western Illinois, 620 Elting Street, Macomb, IL 61455 Western Maryland Colony, 3rd Floor, McDaniel Hall Western Maryland College, Westminster, MD 21157 Western Michigan, 1310 California Ave. #A301, Kalamazoo, MI 49007 Western Ontario, 294 Central Ave., London, ON Can. N6B 2C8 Western Reserve, 2255 Murray Hill Road, Cleveland, OH 44106 Wichita, 1720 N. Vassar, Wichita, KS 67208 Wisconsin, 644 N. Frances St., Madison, WI 53703
~ Collegiate Activities Review thank the chapters who ordered the "can't touch this" rush shirt and bumper sticker, they were a great success. Chris W:eber '91, President
Northern Illinois University (No report from President Carnagio)
University of Northern Iowa Northern Iowa is "rolling out the old, and brining in the new." Installation of new officers took place on November 11,followingthreeweeks of transition. The new officers are excited about DU and will prove to be a strong force in making the chapter even stronger. We received an Award of Chapter Excellence (ACE) for the third quarter. This distinguished us from all other chapters on campus. Alumni participation was excellent during our Homecoming and as a result of their generosity we were able to rewire our house over Christmas Break. In addition, we will be installing a computer lab that will be dedicated to our founding chapter -- Psi Omega. It is an exciting time to be a DU at Northern Iowa. We would like to, again, thank all our alumni for their continued support. Matthew Meline '90, President
Northwestern University If things keep up the way they're"going for DU's Northwestern Chapter, it won't be long before the university student offices to the DU house. Recently elected Interfraternity Council president Mark Verschuur is the latest DU to assume a cam pus-wide leadershi p position as DU is quickly becoming the most active fraternity on campus. Verschuur joins John Ikenberry, Associated Student Government VP of student services and Christian Corser, ASG speaker of the senate, in leading DU's brigade of campus leaders. Brad Schultze is the outgoing IFC Vice President of special service. In athletics, DU boasts five Varsity athletes, many club athletes and a member of the cheerleader team. Jackson Lounsberry joined the basketball team as a walk-on. Matt Johnson and Steve Shewfelt have each earned two lettersinswimming and sophomores Jarred Preston (Soccer) and Chris Kaminsky (Wrestling) are showing improvement in their sports. Rhett Silver is in his first year as a Wildcat cheerleader. DU is also home to members of the crew, basketball, water polo, hockey and soccer, lacrosse and track club teams. DU's impact on campus can also be felt in other campus organizations including: ROTC, the Daily Northwestern, Zoo Crew, Dance Marathon, Mayfest and Wa-Muu,to namea few. Involvement on campus has proven helpful as we are adapting to the university's deferred rush policy. While interaction with freshmen has been limited this quarter, our visibility has given us an advantage. We would like to thank our alumni for the much needed gift of chapter room furnit路ure. Your support is appreciated.
We remain in active support of our philanthropy, Misacordia, an group that aids mentally and physically disabled individuals. We hosted a Halloween Party this year for our special friends. With a motivated and creative chapter we are looking forward to the remainder of the year, as we continue to excel both as a chapter and as individuals. Greg Schoofs '91, President Seth Feldman '93 , Publications Chair
Ohio University Ohio DU is proud to announce the elections of two of our Brothers to the University's IFC Executive Board. Brian FitzGerald '92 was elected President of the IFC and DaveJones '92, isnowthe IFC's Vice President of Athletics. Congratulat ons to Brian and Dave! Another Brother Michael Durban '91, was one of three chosen as Ohio U. Corporate Leadership Fellow. Mike attended a semester at Manchester Business College in Manchester, England. During the weekend of November 10, we celebrated our 35th cha pter anniversary. Ohio DU was chartered on December 3, 1955. A reunion was planned which included a banquet attended by both undergraduates and alumni. _ Philanthropically we donated our time to the American Lung Association and AAA who sponsored a exhaust emissions testing center in Athens. We were also involved in a canned food drive late in the fall. Glenn R. Willey II '91, President
The Ohio State University (No report from President McCormick)
University of Oklahoma Oklahoma DU finished another successful year with the close of the Spring Semester. A strong academic effort placed the DUs in second place for the current year. Soccer and softball, both traditional chapter strong points, were rained out which kept DU out of the race for the All-Sports trophy; however, we posted a fifth placeshowing. Tis summer, over thirty alumni and their families gathered at the chapter house for a new, annual picnic, and next year's event promises to be even larger. This fall's formal rush found twenty-five men pledging DU. Currently, the pledge class has a 3.0 GPA, is competitive in the pledge football league and is working on several service projects. These projects are highlighted by personal involvement in campus and community activities. Campus involvement continues here at Oklahoma DU. Brothers still occupy pOSitions on IFC staff, Greek Week Exec., Student Congress, Campus Crusade for Christ, College Republicans, University Sing Exec., and Scandals Exec. We also just completed our annual Run of Dallas, which raised $8,000 for the American Lung Association. Christian Brim '92, President
Oklahoma State University (No report from President Hunt)
University of Oregon Oregon DU had a very successful fall rush and pledged 17 men. We also have two hold overs from previous rushes who have joined this pledge class. The pledge program, headed by Joe Stupfel and John Patton, is going even better than we had expected and the pledges have become quite involved with both DU and the University. Our Public Relations Chairman, with the help of the pledge class, organized a lecture featuring a speaker from Food for Lane County, who spoke on the topics of urban homeless ness and hunger. Early in the Fall semester we repainted the inside of both of our houses and attended to various cosmetic defects in the houses structure. Complex Coordinator, Mike Bethers, also led the chapter in the installation of a sand-volleyball court in an unused portion of our back yard. In general, the Fall semester has gotten us off to a great start on the year. The Brotherhood is strong and is getting many things accomplished. Ryan Lillie '92, Secretary
Oregon State University Oregon State DU continues to enjoy great success in its pursuit of excellence with the pledging of 22 men. The pledges have completed over 450 hours of community service and are heavily involved on campus,seeking the Thanes's award. Intramurals sports remain strong, and the chapter was 2nd in grades among 29 frdtermdes. The discovery of a dry rot problem within the structure of the house has the members pooling all available resources to raise funds for repair. Hopefully this challenge wi!! be met soon, an estimated $5000 is still needed. The future of our chapter looks strong, with members involved in varsity football, varsity baseball, LaCrosse, campus broadcasting, IFC executive council, MUPC, numerous honoraries and other positions such as yearbook and Greek Council. We were fortunate enough to be honored once again with the Chapter ofthe Year award, as well as Most Improved in Grades. Our chapter also received recognition in winning the Kappa Alpha Theta Alcohol Awareness Award. With the election of a new chapter executive council 0111 dedicated, expectations forthe coming year are the best possible. Ed Crabaugh, Secretary
University of Pennsylvania With a strong brotherhood of 44 members, Pennsylvania DU is steering towards a successful year with an outlook focused on solidifying the relationship with its alumni and becoming one of the most progresSive fraternities on campus. The recently chartered - April 7, 1990 -chapter moved into a new house located at 4035 Walnut Street and has continued the philanthropic efforts which became an integral part of its success as a
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~ Collegiate Activities Review colony. The brotherhood has become actively involved with the Big Brother program sponsored by the Ronald McDonald House in addition to working on a mentor program with a community elementary school. Know as one of the best fraternities at Penn, DU Pennsylvania has become an active member of the IFC in addition to the Greek Social Action Committee, a group charged with making Greeks more aware of the needs of the university community. Furthermore, the chapter hosted a large, outdoor concert fortheentire community featuring "The Veldt," a nationally recognized rock group. Alongside the normal activities of the cha pter, many members continue to be active in such activities as football, student government, ROTC and the literary society. The Brothers are looking forward to a successful year and also interacting with other chapters across the continent. Furthermore, we are interested in finding the alumni of previous chapters and ask that they contact us at (215)-662-0546. We extend an invitation to all who would like to visit.
calendar. He has planned cook outs on the new DU property, member trade dinners, serenades and parties, which includes a non-alcoholic function with Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Philanthropically, Peter Elliott '92 planned a Haunted House for children from local youth centers. For the second year in a row Alpha Phi sorority participated in the event with us. Our Homecoming was held recently with over 60alumni in attendance. The main topic of discussion was the chapters housing situation. If any alumni have questions or suggestions, pleasecontract Al Parker '75, at (317)-743-1972. The undergraduates greatly appreciate the generous support of all our alumni. In conclusion, during my term in office I have seen Purdue DU grow in lea ps and bounds. The alumni have become involved again, we have pledged 27 men and DUs are once again respectful of the saying "A DU in everything, every DU in something."
R. Brian Ba/ard '91 , President Jeff Wilson '80, Alumni President
Walter Littlejohn III, '91, Public Re/a.
Pennsylvania State University (N~
report from President Brechbiel)
Purdue University With another strong rush Purdue DU has nearly doubled its size in the past year. Due to a well developed rush program devised by Louis Voelker '91 and Todd Saul '90, we have pledged 17 men; one of the largest classes on campus. The men of the new class are attempting to integrate themselves in every way possible. From chapter committees, to athletics, to campus activities, the men are helping to motivate the entire chapter. Pledge Educators Bill Mallender '91 and Jeff Mark '91, have developed a program which has kept us all busy. Social Chairman,Joel O'Neil '92, has filled our
Rutgers University (No report from President Hayden)
hoI Awareness Week in mid-October, our annual Founders Day picnic and an all-chapter retreat. We also aided the Bud 'Lite Triathalon Series by volunteering over 300 hours of service. Our hats are off for Brother Bill Rathburn for being elected Rush Publications Director and Sports Director for IFC and to Brother Thomas Haliday for being elected to the Greek Week Executive Committee and IFC Public Relations Committee. Brothers Drew Spero, Mitch Geller, George Loftis, Travis Hughes, Brett Long and Steve Varadyare joining other Greeks in volunteering to tutor students at a local grade school. Brother Ed Baldry should also be commended for being elected to the Intercollegiate Athletic Authority Board. Finally, we would like to thank every DU chapter for their $10 per man assessment. As you know, the assessment was the result of litigation fee stemming from a lawsuit filed against our chapter. Feel confident that although we have room to improve, we have all worked hard toward making DU the strongest fraternity at SDSU. If any DU has advice, a suggestion or would just like to visit the chapter, we would like to hear from you.
David M. Maiolo '91, President
San Diego State University
San Jose State University
We're seeing continual improvement in San Diego. TheSDSU Ducks got fired up and attacked fall rush, as a result, we've got the largest pledge class since spring '88. These pledges are ambitious and eager to help with goals and improvements. SDSU DU owes a debt of gratitude to Leadership providing us with invaluable advice. We especially appreciate his attitude and understanding of the situations faced here. This is big year for us in sports. We completed an undefeated season in football and advanced to the play-ofts. We also have some of the best soccer, basketball and softball players in IFC. We sponsored many events including: Alco-
The San Jose Chapter began the Fall semester by initiating nine men. We thank alumni Alex Sydnor, George Coakley and Jonathon Gonzales for participating in the event. The next thing on our agenda was rush. We set our goal at 25 pledges, a goal that hasn't been reach since our re-colonization. After two weeks ' of consistent hard. work, we ended rush with 28 quality men on our pledge roster. Thi~ is the largest pledge class on campus. Re-organizing chapter programs was a must this semester. We have implemented new scholarship and membership development programs. Our scholarship program 'includes inter-house competition, periodic grade checks and an academic advisement board. Our goal is to recapture our number one status in campus GPA. Also, we encourage our alumni to participate in this program by providing awards to our chapters many top scholars. The fall semester has proven to be very successful. We are already a powerhouse in campus athletics and we plan on doing the same in academics and community service. Our chapter is experiencing a high morale and will continue to grow into a dynamic brotherhood.
Harold T. Howell '91, President Richard Bess '89, Advisor
University of CalifomiaSanta Barbara
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The Brothers of Santa Barbara DU returned to the house two weeks early in the fall to begin working toward a p,ositiveyear. After initiating 10 members, our energy.was focused on rush and we proudly welcomed 18 pledges, the largest class of
搂S Collegiate Activities Review the 14 campus fraternities. Along with new members came a new attitude, a new sense of brotherhood and a new drive to become the number one fraternity on campus. Currently, DUleadsour Greek system through a new risk management policy drafted by Brothers Doug Makishima '89 and Brooks Beard '9l. After three years of hard work, the policy was finally adopted by both IFC and PHC and is in full effect on campus. Though we have only eight founding fathers remaining, our future seems secure with the high energy of our members and the addition of Ron Blue and Mike Gilstrap from the Wichita Chapter and Kendall Fargo of the Brown Chapter. In our short four year history we accomplished a great deal and we would like to thank all those who have helped Santa Barbara DU obtain its current state of excellence. Jeff Kagawa '91, President
University of South Carolina South Carolina DU came back this fall charged with energy. We had one of the most successful rushes in chapter history and pledges 22 men. During the weekend of September 22-23 we initiated 11 brothers. It was capped off by an initiation dance which was a tremendous success. The chapter got off to a fast start in intramurals this semester. Our soccer and flag football teams have had very good seasons. We vow to win the f.raternity League Trophy this year after finishing third the past three years. We held our annual Game Ball Run to Clemson University to raise money for MS. This year we asked Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity to run with us 路in an effort to promote positive race relations. We would like to thank Leadership Consultant Jeffrey Stafford for coming by to see us. He gave us some good ideas and we wish him well. We have alsobeen visited by DU s from the f.lorida Chapter. It is always a pleasure to meet DUs from around the continent. We recently hada McMaster DU stay with us for a couple of days. Congratulations to McMaster on receiving their charter. Overall, things are going well for South Carolina DU. We look forward to another rush this spring and we wish everyone good luck. Joe Estes III '90, President Herbert M. Plott '85, Alumni Trustee
University of South Dakota South Dakota DU again started a great school year at USD. ThissummertheAcademicAchievement and Excellence Awards were presented to the Chapter. Academically we earned a GPA of 3.09 in the Spring 1990 semester. This ranks Delta Upsilon as the only fraternity above the all-Greek and all-University average on campus. This is the fifth of the past six semesters that DU has ranked #1 in GPA. We have been very busy since the last start of fall semester. As of November 14, 1990, seven pledges. With a constant effort put on rush, this IHt'mber will be increasing as the semester
progresses. September 29, 1990, marked our Second Annual Parents Day and it proved to be as much a success as last year's. "The Power of Caring" teleconference was sponsored by Delta Upsilon on September 30. The Administration and Greek system were grateful to be given the opportunity to be able to view the event. The sponsorship proved to everyone the commitment Delta Upsilon has to advance the quality of Greek life in the '90s. We held our 4th annual haunted house in late November. Over 200 people came through the Chapter house on the finally night of the event. A committee has also been set up to plan our 20th anniversary activities in 1991 . The advances that are occurring at South Dakota DU will continue in the '90s. We hope all alumni in the area participate in our anniversary celebration. The schedule of events will be supplied soon. This anniversary will be a perfect chance to meet the men of South Dakota DU. Ross S. Miller '91, President
Southwest Missouri State University The fall semester has been an exciting one for our chapter. Brothers John Price and Byron Freeman have taken over as alumni advisors. They have worked diligently with the chapter on several house improvements, as well as helping with alumni relations. Last spring DU won three of seven awards given at the Greek Awards Banquet. Included among those, was the "Most Improved Chapter," a real source of motivation to the members. Fall rush resulted in 15 pledges and we are looking forward to another strong spring rush. Currently, we are planning an alumni golf tournament for early spring and our Spring Formal to held in late April. This year's formal will be held at Big Cedar Lodge on Table Rock Lake. Brent L. Twombly, President
Swarthmore College Swarthmore DU has been very active this past fall. With47brothersand pledges we have become the largest fraternity on campus. Our size has allowed us to make a strong contribution to both the college and the community. Our activities have included a blood drive in which over 150 pints were received, a Big Brother event in which every Brother was matched with a child a day, our annual food drive and the Homecoming pig roast. Involvement has been excellent and we look forward to an equally successful spring semester. Jerry Buggy, President Victor Smith, Corresponding Secretary
Syracuse University Syracuse DU started out theyearwith another strong rush and our class consists of 19 pledges. We held our annual Scholarship Banquet on parent's weekend. Awards were given to senior Eric Tecosky, junior Scott McGlone and sopho-
more Steve Brodsky for the highest GPA in their class. Brother Brodsky won the Dwyer Award for the highest GPA at the Syracuse Chapter. Philanthropies this year have included the March ofDimes Lock-Up, Crop Walk,St.Joseph's Geriatrics, serving at a soup kitchen, tutoring at the local Urban League and the Syracuse Boy's Club. A new fund-raiser this year for SU DU will be a campus-wide slam dunk contest to be judged by members of the Syracuse basketball team. We will also hold the annual fashion show with a sorority to raise money for the Villages. Once again, the Syracuse DUs are enjoying success in intramurals. Our softball team won the Greek and all- campus championships. Scott McGlone '91, Secretary
Massachusetts Institute of Technology After pledging ten men this fall Technology DU is excited about the remainder of the year and about the future of our chapter. We are all looking forward this year to celebrating the 1OOth anniversary ofDU here at MIT. For information on the celebration please contact the chapter at (617)-536-393l. Finally, 526 Beacon Street has become quite involved in Boston politics and we had over 90% of our members registered to vote in November's elections. Joe Berghammer '91, President
University of Tennessee The fall semester began with an outstanding number of rush contacts and the pledging of five men. Though a medium-sized fraternity on our campus, the chapter remains competitive in intra murals and other events. During the semester there were several firsts for the chapter including: first place in campus softball polls; the first time DU sports teams have ranked in the top ten in multiple sports; an award winning Homecoming float, and finally, we placed third in the Greek Week chariot race. Congratulations go to our alumni who were incorporated during the third week of October, 1990. The undergraduate chapter is looking forward to the increased alumni involvement this event promises. New alumni officers were also elected, they are: Jeffery Freeman, President; David Bramwell, Vice-President; Paul Kahlon, Treasurer; and David Downes, Secretary. The next alumni meeting will be after spring formal, dates to be announced. The undergrad uatesand alumni who attended the Leadership Institute would also like to say "Hello" to friends made and remembered in Champaign. Matthew J. King '92, President Jeffery A. Freeman '84,Alumni President
University of Texas-Austin (No report from President Rogers)
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~ Collegiate Activities Review University of Toronto With the coming of the fall term Toronto DU has seen some exciting changes. With our Ontario government grantof$120,000, we have had all our housing violations repaired and brought up to city code by professional contractors. Theexterior of the house has been painted; all faulty wiring has been repaired; and our second floor now sports two rebuilt washrooms. For advice in overseeing the work, we owe great thanks to Tim Beattie and Dan Byrne - two of our illustrious alumni - as well as to Keith Bertsch, yet another professional contractor and a close friend of DU. Thanks to these substantial improvements, our rush program has boomed. Our house, which sleeps 20,isnow full,and with 16pledgeswehave well exceeded the modest quota that International set for us. Not surprisingly, the infusion of some new blood has paid off in events inside and outside the house. In U of 1"s Greek Week, we placed 3rd in the Banner Contest, 2nd in Brunny boat racing (a quintessentially Canadian tradition), and 1st in the Greek God contest, results which easily won the Greek Week games for us. As announced earlier, we will be holding our 91st annual Alumni-Initiate Banquet on November 22nd, with Brother William Howland, the former Chief} ustice of Ontario's Supreme Court, as our 'keynote speaker. This is, to say the least, a big event for us, which is why we've mailed out 1,300 invitations. We enthusiastically welcome DUs near and far to join us. Finally, we would like to thank the Brothers of McMaster Colony and the Georgia Tech Chapter for visiting our newly renovated chapter house. We would urge all DUs in the area to drop by and see our transformed house. We ourselves took advantage of the Canadian Thanksgiving (October 5-8) weekend to stage perhaps our most ambitious road trip ever, into the heart of sunny South Carolina. One happy president was able to see his folks and 14 summer-loving Canadians got to grab some fun in the sun on a real beach.
efforts in prospective: "DU is clearly the most improved chapter on campus ... DU is providing the type of leadership that all campus organizations should stand up and take notice of ... We as a university have taken great appreciation of the renewed dedication to excellence exhibited by the DU organization."
Dan Doherty '87, Alumni President
Union College (No report from President Smick)
University of Virginia (No report from President Johnson)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute The Virginia Tech Chapter would like to first apologize for not having a report in theJuly issue of the Quarterly. Some unfortunate events and communications difficulties led to this occurrence. In early October, 11 men, two from past pledge classes and all nine from the most recent group pledged were initiated. Our current rush is going excellent, and we anticipate pledging at least 14 quality gentlemen. Past debts and obligations that put us in financial dilemma are being extinguished. The strength of our brotherhood has enabled us to overcome this problem and others that have surfaced. We held our Parent's Weekend, our annual Halloween Party, Semi-Formals and Homecoming, which we did with Delta Zeta. Our sports teams are anchored in the polls of Virginia Tech's competitive intramural system. The softball team is ranked 7th and the soccer team 8th overall. Our chapter has become dedicated to community service. We anticipate in Blackburg'sBroomin'
and Bloomin' town clean-up, local canned food drives and the Christmas Store. We have just started the Adopt-A-Highway program and are going to cut firewood for the disabled and elderly.
Gregory G. Rominski '92, President
University of Washington Washington DU was very busy over the summer preparing for would is proving to be an exciting eightieth year. We pledged 29 men over the summer and with the help of our local Educational Foundation we were able to send six brothers to the Leadership Institute. This proved to be a valuable experience arid a great opportunity to meet more DU brothers. Our chapter house has recently received some improvements. We had the outside cleaned and water-sealed, our hardwood dining room floor sanded and refinished, we have replaced the ovens in our kitchen and we are enjoying our new weight room . Thank you to all who contributed to these improvements. With our house at capacity, at seventy-four members, the fall semester has proven rewarding for the chapter. We won the prestigious lip-sync competition during Homecoming Week, for the fourth straight year. We have also held our annual Halloween Party and our traditional pledge formal in Vancouver, B.C. Events for parents and alumni have included the Alumni Golf Tournament in September, the Parents Open House in October and we had a great turnout for our chapter's 80th Founder's Day celebration. The chapter would also like to recognize the achievements of Brother Jason Kilmer. He is graduating from the University's Honors Program with a degree in Psychology, and he was recently selected as Washington's candidate for
Carl N. Still, SC '88/ Toronto '91, President Marko W. Pidhirsky '89, Alumni Advisor
Tufts University This year's 108th Homecoming celebrated the rededication of the newly renovated chapter house. Over the last year alumni, undergraduates and friends of the chapter have worked together to complete the first phase of a $500,000 redevelopment plan for the chapter house and property. The alumni have raised in excess of $175,000 in the last year with additional donations coming in on a regular basis. Bill Bowen, senior trustee notes, "The broad based response we have received has been overwhelming. The unwavering loyalty of the brotherhood is both a tribute to our proud tradition and the underpinning of our future prosperity." Over 350 alumni and their families attended the ceremonies held on the house grounds. The ceremonies were highlighted by Dr. Sol Gittleman, Provost of Tufts University who put the chapters
Two of Penn State University's Nittany Trombones group members are DUs
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8 Collegiate Activities Review Oxford University's prestigious Rhodes Scholar award.
Matt CarLson '92, President
Washington State University (No report from President Uyeda)
Western Illinois University The Western Illinois Chapter started of this fall semester by adding twenty pledges. This is one of the largest pl~ge classes on campus. With this addition our chapter membership is above eighty. In September, the chapter was involved with the Macomb Balloon Rally. DlJs were assigned to work as crew members and to sell T-shirts. We raised $1400 for our house improvement fund. The chapter has established a scholarship in honor of Dr. Josephine Johnson, our first academic advisor. The scholarship will be awarded to a sophomore or junior who is recognized for involvement in the Greek community at the chapter or campus level, displays academic achievement and participates in community activities. The recipient will receive a Cash award covering academic books. Josephine retired June 1, 1990 as vice-preSident for advancement and public service. In late September, a group of brave brothers entered the Delta Tau Delta big wheel races and captured the 3rd piace trophy defeating 74 teams. The chapter continues to stay in shape by competing in almost every intramural event. . Members living in the house this year are being treated to lunch and dinner catered by the Red Ox restaurant five daysofthe week. This is a great step forward from the residence hall cafeteria food. Brother Ron Kalish was selected to the University Homecoming court. He is one of five men accepted by the university committee. We hope to have more good news about Brother Kalish after homecoming is over! The chapter is very proud that four members were selected for membership into the Order of Omega, during the 1989-90 school year. At the DU's Leadership Institute the chapter was given three awards: first place in the Director's Division for the Most Improved Chapter, an academic award for being above the all-men GPA, and the President's Club honor for pledging and initiating over 30 men. Finally, we have already started planning for our annual Luau which will be held in April of 1991. We hope that all our alumni will be able to attend.
Bill Cameron '91, President Bruce Peterson, Graduate Assistant
University of W es tern Michigan We, the Brothers ofthenewly installed Western Michigan Cha pter, wish you a successful rush this semester and hope you have had a good holiday season. Enthusiasm is high here as our installation
Members of the British Columbia Colony after their colonization ceremony ceremonies were a great success. We are proud of our chapter status and continue to plan activities to ensure the prosperity of Western Michigan DU. We look forward to seeing the Brothers of Province Six at our upcoming Regional leadership Seminar at Michigan State. James C. Bicknell, President Editor's note: A full report on the Western Michigan Installation will appear in the April 1991 issue of the Quarterly.
University of Western Ontario This summer approximately 15 of our chapter members showed that DU brotherhood does not end with classes, travelling to our nation's capital, Ottawa, for Canada Day festivities. As well as visiting brothers living in the area, they personally met PrimeMinister Brian Mulroney and the Queen (as they drove by in a motorcade). This fall has alread y proven to be successful as the Western Ontario Chapter finished first in Greek Week winning the sub-eating contest and the volleyball tournament. Rush week has also been successful as we have also been blessed with having many individuals rushing, Once again we are looking to pledge 30-plus men. Our Alumni Golf Tournament went off as scheduled under sunny skies. An alumni dinner for the current Alumni Executive also took place during the weekend. Planning has begun on our chapters 60th anniversary celebration which will take place during Homecoming 1991. Currently, the chapter is one ofthe most noted fraternities on campus, second to no other. Weare challenged with following last years improvement and are striving to become better in the future . . In conclusion, we would like to congratulate our brothers who have succeeded in making the varsity Rugby and Football teams. See you at Homecoming.
Nik Bonellos '91, President Martin Dockrill '91, Secretary
Case Western Reserve University Western Reserve DU has moved into a new house. After five years in the old house, we were focused out to accommodate the expansion plans of the Cleveland Institute of Music. The new location was discovered after a lengthy search of the University Circle area, and the current facility does have some key advantages over the old house; it offers more rooms for Brothers to live in, and features a kitchen large enough to start an inhouse meal plan. Years without a well developed pledge program have taken a toll on the chapter. The comprehensive pledge manual written this year by Sanat Dixit '91, will be instrumental insolvingthis problem. Events for the fall included the annual reception with the University President, Dr. Agnar Pytte, and a Founder's Day celebration. Alumni are encouraged to stop by the new chapter house at 2255 Murray Hill Rd.
Edward J. Dillon '91, President
Wichita State University It has been a very exciting semester for the Wichita DU. We have pledged eleven men and hope to gain several more throughout the semester. These men exemplify the true meaning of Delta Upsilon, they have worked hard as a group in activities, such as Greek Week, Homecoming and Junior Greek Council and others. We began to plan for Spring '91 rush and are very optimistic that it will be eyen more successful than the past semester's rush program. Besides rush, we are very involved on campus. A DU is Greek Council President and we have four members who hold executive offices on the IFC. Members are involved in Student Activities Council, Student Alumni Association, Greek Week, Homecoming Steering Committee and Student Orientation Staff. With this diversity we can't help but be strong on campus. We are proud to announce that we were recently honored
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~ Collegiate Activities Review the 1990 "President's Award for Excel1ence." The trophy has created new motivation for the upcoming year. We have started to refinish the upstairs portion of our house. The waUs, carpet and banister still need work, but it is being accomplished. These renovations were scheduled to be finished by October 14, the date of our Annual Alumni/ Undergraduate FootbaU Game. Alumni and their families were our guests at a "chili feed" after the game. Chapter members have begun to do may commu nity awareness projects. On September 29, we painted a house for an elderly man, which was a volunteer project sponsored by Mellnonite Services of Wichita. Other activities include: bowling with school children, which was sponsored by Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Something else we have started, thanks to Brothers Brad Beets and Paul Edminston, is the ground work for an Alumni House Corporation Board. Thegroup will oversee the financial matters of the chapter and to act as an advisory group for undergraduates. Jaysen P. Prophet '91 President
University of Wisconsin Wisconsin DU is maintaining its standards of excel1ence in al1 areas and is aiming for continued success in the coming year. This faU, after another successful dry rush, 24 men were pledged. This was the largest class on campus! Our philanthropy program continues to grow. We sponsor developmental1y disabled young men through a program cal1ed Youth ARC. We held the second annual "Day on the Lake" benefit water-ski show to support Youth ARC. It was a successful event and we hope it becomes a strong tradition here. Another tradition already deeply rooted here is winning the annual homecoming competitions. We have won four out of the last five years and are gearing-up to win our fourth in a row. Already, each member of the house has donated blood in the blood drive. We have had much success in the year-long Badger Bowl sports competition consistently placing high in the standings. This year our goal is to capture first place. So far, the footbal1 and soccer teams are undefeated. According to academic rankings, we are currently second out of 33 fraternities on campus. Congratulations to Tim Westlake '91 who has become a member of Phi Beta Kappa. One major house improvement has been the instaUation of new doors and moldings throughout the house as a result of fantastic alumni support. Our kitchen has been improved with the addition of a walk-in cooler. We also have a new cook who has boosted morale 100%! Scott C. Barnem '92, Chapter Relations
COLONIES Arkansas College Editor's note: The Fraternity has granted colony status to a local fraternity at Arkansas Col1ege in Batesville, Arkansas. A colonization ceremony was performed there by the fraternity 's Expansion Director on Sunday, December 2,1990. Brother Joseph P. Byrd, Colorado '65, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Arkansas Col1ege, has been serving as the groups faculty advisor for over one year.
University of British Columbia With our colonization on September 26, 1990 we became the newest fraternity here at the University of British Columbia and the only nonsecret Greek organization. We started with eight men and have grown to twelve within one month. The IFC has provided much support along with the Brothers from the University of Washington. We are working closely with key alumni in an effort to form foundations that will ensure the success of DU at UBC. Our first event, an alumni introduction night, was held in early November and was quite successful. In the works for the near future are a colony retreat to Victoria and a combined pledge dance with the Washington Chapter. Our philanthropic project for November was the selling of tickets for a Grey Cup banquet; proceeds going to the Big Brother program of British Columbia. DU is settling back in here at UBC, we are looking forward to continued success. Chris Schatz, President
California Polytechnic State University (No report from President Gilkison)
Iona College lona DU has gotten the 1990 Fal1 semester off to a terrific start. We began with a rush seminar held the first weekend ofthesemester. Theseminar was conducted by Brother Bill Bittner, Bradley 74, who has also joined usasan Alumni Advisor. With the brotherhood prepared for rush, we succeeded in attracting a large group of interested men. We are now beginning our pledge period with a group of twelve pledges, who were initiated in a solemn ceremony held October 2. The ceremony was attended by faculty, administration, parents and several sisters from a local sorority. Our philanthropy projects for the semester are through the planning stages. We participated in lana's Charity Carnival on Columbus Day and have set a date for our second annual Party for Purpose to benefit the National Heart Assoc. lona DU's primary concern and the focus of most of our energy is in preparing for our Installation in January. The Instal1ation Committee be-
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gan planning the ceremony and dinner as an event the Brothers can not wait for, and one that should take the col1ege by storm. On campus, DU continues to lead by example and play an active role in campus events. The Brothers were praised and thanked recently for their help and participation in the Col1ege's 50th Jubilee celebration. In closing, we would like to thank aU who attended the 1990 Leadership Institute for a great time and the Illinois Chapter for hosting the event. We would also like to extend an invitation to any Brothers who would like to visit and share in the DU New York experience. Gerard A. Garofolo '91, President Chris LeVecchio '92, Vice President
McMaster University McMaster DU began a successful 1990-91 academic year with the end of its most successful rush week Out of 120 interested men we have chosen the top 14 to join our third pledge class. This high number of interested students, which is more than double 1st years rush, is a good indicator of the increased popularity of fraternities here at McMaster. We are happy to see this increase in student support as we continue to battle the school administration over recognition. Our colony is now the number one Greek organization on campus as we continue to keep a strong name in the community through our philanthropicefforts in blood donor clinics for the Red Cross and raising money for UNICEF. Our biggest objective in the fal1 was our Installation on November 17, 1990, which was a geat success. Thank you all that have helped us reach this goal. Gregory W. Kostiw, President
University of Minnesota After pledging four early this faU the Minnesota Colony now has grown to over a dozen men committed to the revival of Minnesota DU. We heldaninitiationon November 20, which included a reception for alumni and the new initiates. We have continued to develop in al1 areas of Fraternity operations. Many thanks go to Russ Grundhauser,NorthDakota '83, who has been with us from the beginning. The Colony selected two,philanthropies to complete in the coming year. We are doing volunteer work at a local hospital and have participated in a community SAFE program to aid in the improvement of our neighborhood. We are currently renting a house near campus and the centrallocation has helped us develop. Our Alumni Chapter is in the process of being organized and advisors have been identified for individual colony officers. Any alumnus in the Minneapolis area with the desire to assist us in this revival effort is encouraged to contact us. Chris Fisher, President EditorS note: see page 21 of the Quarterly for all chapter and colony addresses.
~ Collegiate Activities Review University of Rochester The Rochester Colony has accomplished a great deal so far this year and we feel that our goal of installation is in sight. After an especially cr~ ative rush that included pumpkin carving, we have accumulated a class of seven men. Colony programming has greatly benefited from the summer Leadership Institute. We attended the teleconference hosted by Dr. Will Keim and the Colony has sponsored seminars on organ donation and time management for the University community. Our philanthropic activities have included working with other Creeks on the semiannual clean-up of the local Ronald McDonald house and selling cups for the Villages. We currently have in thea fund-raiser fortheSenaca Park Zoo. For Homecoming, we entered a float and a spirit banner and Brother MarkVincent was elected Homecoming King. In addition, our CPA for the last semester was a 3.05 which is well above the all-men's average and is one of the highest on campus. At our current rate of progress, a spring installation is becoming more of a really than a goal. Our new mailing address isC.P.U. Box 276874, Rochester, New York, 14627. Edward Tannouse '92, President
Temple University Faculty strikes, student rallies, and a nonexistent rush would the best way to describe the atmosphere at Temple University this fall. The strike lasted 30 long and bitter days, the end coming only after a Pennsylvania State judge ordered the teachers back to work because of the students well-being. Temple DU has taken all of this craziness in stride however. This fall saw us take in our first pledge class of 10 men to bring our numbers up to 30. Presently in intramurals we are entering the All-University League football playoff and stand a good chance of taking the trophy. The Colony is very proud to announce that Dr. Lynn Miller, Kansas '?? ,(he won'tlell us his year) will be serving as colony Faculty Advisor. We would also like to congratulate PaulSierzinski '92, who was recently inducted into the Order of Omega. Our progress toward installation has been rocketed along through the help of Brother Craig Franz,Bucknell '75, who helped us plan for success on our first Executive Council Retreat, and Jeff Stafford, Nebraska '90, whose ideas and insights were invaluable during his visit here. Temple DU is looking forward to the spring and an early installation (get ready Judge!), as well as a successful rush and a happy faculty! Timothy W. Trainor '92, President
Texas A&M University (No report from President Lopez)
Western Maryland College In the spring semester of the 1988-89 school year, a group of men from Western Maryland
College decided to form a fraternity. Western Maryland is a small Liberal Arts school in Westminster, Maryland, with four sororities, four fraternities (two local and two national-- Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta), and now a DU colony. Our group began looking at several national fraternities. Because of difficulties with our local Greek Council, we hit a low point in developing our group. However, by the next year we regained our enthusiasm and began to make progress. After contacting Delta Upsilon wehad a group vote and chose to affiliate with DU and we have been working toward obtaining a charter since that time. It has not been an easy task. We completed steps required by the school, steps that have had several interpretations, and then had to backtrack and do them over again. We were finally officially sanctioned by the Greek Council after a vote in early November. Our first president (and only WMC DU alumnus) David Ross and current president Max Kable both worked hard at contacting the Fraternity, making arrangements for presentations and working with the college administration. Brother Samuel S. Jones, North Carolina '63, has been acting as our advisor and has been and invaluable help. Six members of our colony attended the Leadership Institute in Champaign. We appreciate how helpful everyone was and we would like to thank the Illinois Chapter for hosting the conference and inviting us to their house. We also thank the delegates from Western Ontario and KansasState for their help, their friendship shown and for the laughs shared. As the fall semester began we had a grou p of 20 men we hope to bring in 30 new faces during our first full rush. If we reach this goal, we should be the largest fraternity on campus. If anyone has any ideas, helpful hints or words of encouragement, we would certainly appreciate hearing from you. We hope you will follow us and help us grow with Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Brett Goyne, Historian Max Kable, President
PROVISIONAL COLONIES Arizona State University Editor's note: Delta Upsilon has been approved for expansion at Arizona State University in the spring of 1992. The Fraternity's Provisional Colony will continue activities under the guidance of area alumni and the Headquarters staff until that time.
Denison University Editor's notc: The Fraternity continues to work with administration officials regarding the possibility ofDel ta Upsilon's provisional colony being recognized by the Denison Interfraternity Council and the University as a full colony. A decision is expected soon after the NewYear. Delta Upsilon is excited by the level of alumni and undergraduatesupport being shown towards this chapter revival. DU's Denison Chapter was suspended by the University and the Fraternity in 1984 after a series of disciplinary problems.
Florida State University Editor's notc: Work continues on gaining Interfraternity Council and administrative approval to officially colonize at Florida State University. The Fraternity continues to recognize and support a group at Florida State under Provisional Colony gUidelines.
Tri-State University The Tri-State Colony has been given university approval and is currently awaiting approval from the campus IFC. We have been attempting to work with the IFC as much as possible and we hope to have their recognition in the near future. We would also like to thank the president of our university, Dr. Richard A. Kenyon, Clarkson '54, whose gUidance and support has been invaluable. Our members are now living in the residence halls and will be doing so until final renovations have been completed on our university owned housing unit. We are very thankful to the university for they have been very cooperative in our colonization process. We are now gearing up for our first philanthropic event, which we calling "Duck Races." The "Races" are designed to challenge the engineers of Tri-Stateto design and build miniature cars, which materials we supply, to be raced on a track our members will be constructing. There has been a fair bit of interest generated for the event and we expect it to be a success. If any is in the area and would like to stop by, we would appreciate your support. Our house address is 319 South Darling, Angola, IN 46705. Jeffrey Sailor, President
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Reports of births, marriages and deaths received at Fraternity Headquarters through December 1, 1990:
Births Carnegie '82 -- Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Jacobs, daughters, Rebecca Leigh and Mia Alexandra, on August 2, 1990. Houston '85 -- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip LaRoche of Bellaire, Texas, a daughter, Brittany Elizabeth, on August 21, 1990. Houston '87 -- Mr. and Mrs. John Dees of Friendswood, Texas, a son, John Casey, on September 14,1990. . Houston '87 -- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lung of Friendswood, Texas, a daughter, Brittany Michelle, on March 12, 1990 and, a son, Zachary Blake on November 3, 1988. Houston '87 -- Mr. and Mrs. James Kellogg of North Little Rock, . Arkansas, a daughter, Kathryn Lee on October 4,1990. Illinois '80 -- Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Hill of Lombard, Illinois, a daughter, Andrea Catherine, on October 8,1990. Kent State '62 -- Mr. and Mrs. John Lomberdo of Portland, Indiana, a son, Colton Nicholas, on September 21, 1990. Maryland '83 -- Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Vaillancourt of Bal timore, Maryland, a daughter, Kirsten Anne, on July 12, 1990. North Carolina '85 -- Mr. and Mrs. Alan Shuping, of Raleigh, North Carolina a daughter, Hannah Kathryn, on December 3, 1989. Ohio '84 -- Mr. and Mrs. David Vaughn of Logan, Ohio, a daughter, Alyssa Marie, July 2, 1990. 30
Syracuse '81 -- Mr. and Mrs. Michael McHenry adopted a daughter, Juliana Katherine,June 20,1990. Western Michigan '70 -- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Smolarski, a son, Joseph T., on August 8, 1990.
Marriages Depauw '88 -- Steven C. Salkeld and Gina M. Dilger (Alpha Phi) in Indianapolis, Indiana on March 3,1990. Fresno '87 -- Cean P. Howman and Lisa Gallego in Fresno, California on September 15, 1990. Houston '74 -- Bob Evans and Joyce Tiemann in Houston, Texas on July 7, 1990. Houston '83 -- James K. Smith and Jennifer Yates in Houston, Texas on June 16, 1990. Long Beach '87 -- R. Kyle Raphael and Robyn J. White in LaMirada, California on November 3,1990. Long Beach '88 -- Michael A. Harvey and Alecia Renee Savcedo in Long Beach, California on September 8,1990. Maryland '85 -- Geoffrey M. Hannigan and Susan Griswold in Wilmington, Delaware on November 24, 1990. Nebraska '85 -- Stephen John Henning and Stacey Allison Bisson in Kearney, Nebraska on October 6,1990. Nebraska '89 -- Samuel Stephen Sidner to Ann Rubendall (Pi Beta Phi) in Mitchell, Sou th Dakota on December 29,1990. Nebraska '89 -- Matthew Robert Krumwiede and Lisa Suzanne Dietrich (Alpha Omicron Pi) in Omaha, Nebraska on November 23,1990. South Dakota '89 -- Robert Dale Ruis III and Erin Wahl (Alpha Xi Delta) in Council Bluffs, IA on July 21, 1990. South Dakota '91 -- Ralph Kemnitz and Belinda Pearson in Philip, SD on May 26, 1990. Syracuse '84 -- Lawrence R. Cantor and Amy Debra Conn (Alpha
Gamma Delta) in Muskegon, Michigan on July 21, 1990.
Obituaries BRADLEY John A. Sensenbaugh '71. BRITISH COLUMBIA James B. O'Neil '35, February 15, 1990. BROWN G. Thurston Spicer '35. CALIFORNIA Rodney J. Mastick '46, September 25,1988. CARNEGIE Jack W. Culver '40, September 7, 1990, in Sarasota, Florida. DARTMOUTH *Russell J. Henry '53. DEPAUW Keith W. Irwin '74, September 10, 1990. GEORGIA TECH Richard K. Mason III '69, October 路 11,1990. HAMILTON William O'Donoghue '36, January 23,1988. IOWA STATE Richard A. Greenwood '76, August 23,1990. KANSAS Philip D. Harrison.'64. LAFAYETTE *William E. Helps '25. MIAMI RobertG. Storey '50, October 3, 1990. MINNESOTA Russell S. Broat '32, January 12,1990. Herbert L. Hughes '39, September 11,1989. George P. Robson '23. NEBRASKA M. J. Gibbs '21. Clark Smoka '27, April 17, 1990. Cecil E. Stanley '31. NORTHWESTERN Harvey G. Larson '34, July 25,1990. OHIO STATE W. C. Albrecht '40, December 1989. Richard J. Heekin '35, April21, 1990. Henry H. Matters '24, October, 1990. Herbert G. Utz '60, September 19, 1990. OKLAHOMA E. Jerome Smi th '25, August 1, 1990.
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PURDUE Thomas G. Murray '31, September 16,1990. SAN JOSE RobertV. Whalley'50,May16,1990. SYRACUSE Kenneth R. Boyd '21, August II, 1990. TEXAS PaulW.Sneed i51,January, 1989. TORONTO JohnD. Bowlby'51,January31,1989. UNION Charles R. Jones '51, March 24, 1990. WASHINGTON Michael R. Conger '65. Howard K. Jones '49. George A. Kellogg '21. Robert M. O'Dell '71. Jack Keith Proctor '50, August 29, 1990. WASHINGTON STATE Donald H. Irving '28, April23, 1989. WESLEYAN Ernest D. North '24, 1985.
Advisor. Brother Byrd is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Arkansas College. Delta U has also been approved for expansion at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville and University of Central Florida in Orlando. Expansion work at other Florida schools, including EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University in Datona Beach, and Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, also appears promising. DUhas been contacted by local fraternities at State University of New York at Oswego and the University of Hartford regarding possible affiliation. Both of these developments are being are reviewed by the Fraternity's staff. If you know of any unaffiliated student or DU brother on any campus without a chapter or colony of Delta Upsilon, please send his name, address and telephone number to Fraternity Ell Headquarters.
EXPANSION importance of fraternity membership and expressed the excitement of the British Columbia alumni for having an undergraduate group back on campus. Transfer DUs from McMaster University, the University of Toronto, and friends of brothers from the University of Calgary and Oregon State University made IIp the Colony's initial. four members. Expansion is also active in other parts of the continent. The Fraternity's Board of Directors has given Provisional Colony status to a group of men at Arkansas College in Batesville, AR. The group, a local fraternity for over a year, has been progressing steadily since first contacting DU in the spring of 1990. This consistent development is due, in large part, to the efforts of Joseph P. Byrd, Colorado '65, who has been serving as the group's Faculty
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