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Midway through the Little 500, Pi Kapp John Hayden leads the pack.

BREAKING AWAY A REALITY PI KAPPS FINISH 2nd IN LITTLE 500 Have you seen or heard about the movie "Breaking Away"? If you have, then you are already familiar with Indiana University's biggest spring semester weekend. A bicycle race modeled after the Indianapolis

500; the "Little 500" features 33 teams of four members each competing for 200 laps on an ordinary quarter-mile cinder track. The fifty mile event soared to national attention recently as the highlight of the 20th Century Fox film "Breaking Away." Directed by Peter Yates (Bullit, The Deep) and

written by Steve Tiesch, a former Little-Five rider, it captured the Oscar this year for Best Screen Play. However, as will be disclosed on Real People this fall (the date has yet to be announced), the actual (CONTINUED ON PAGE 11)



SUMMER 1980 He played collegiately at Newberry College in Newberry, South Carolina, and was a free agent signee of the Seattle Seahawks last year. He left their camp for "personal reasons." From Seattle, Coles came to Livingston and wound up as a coach on Frank North's staff. "Glenn Cumbie, who was an assistant coach at Newberry College, found out I was hunting for a gradute assistantship," said Coles, who in one year has become one of the most popular students on the LU campus. "Through Cumbie's connections with Jim Carlen (head coach at South Carolina), I found out that Coach North was looking


Gamma Alpha's Charlie Coles moves on to the pros.

LIVINGSTON ---- It's not that unusual for a college football player to sign a professional football contract. What is unusual is for a college football COACH to sign a pro football contract. That is just what happened at Livingston University last week

We are pleased to pass on to our readers a thought-provoking article written by Zachary Tucker, IFC/ Panhellenic Advisor at the University of Texas at Arlington.

when LU graduate assistant Coach Charlie Coles inked a free agent pact with the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Coles, a 6'3", 250 pound defensive tackle, is scheduled to report to Detroit's training camp on July 18.

By Zachary Tucker


for a graduate assistant at Livingston." "I wanted a Master's Degree real bad and Coach North wanted a coach. I got the job," he added. Although his name wasn't a household word across the country when

It is with deep regret and extreme sorrow that I announce the death of a chapter. This is an "occurrence" I never thought I would ever face in my life. The coroner was called and an autopsy was done of that chapter and these were his findings: When he arrived on the scene, he found on the faces of the members of the chapter, no more understanding of fraternity and fraternalism than a baby. He saw a chapter assembled for the sole purpose of partying and raising hell. He saw a chapter with no understanding of the real world; instead, they had used fraternity as an excuse to justify irresponsibility and immaturity. In the chapter, he found minds not

he was a senior at Newberry, he did receive many, many honors for the Indians. His senior year he led Newberry to a 7-3 mark and a 12th place finish in the country in the final N.A.I.A. Division I Poll. That year he was named "Defensive Player of the Year" in the South Atlantic Conference and "Most Valuable Player" in N.A.I.A. District Six. He was also named a second-team All-American. He was a four-year starter and twice was named to the all-conference and all-district teams. He was also twice named "Player of the Week" in the state and in the South Atlantic Conference. He capped his senior campaign by being named Newberry's "Outstanding Lineman" and permanent team captain. He was also chosen to participate in the Annual Blue-Gray All-Star Classic in Montgomery, Alabama. "I just felt that I didn't give myself a fair chance," said the Marietta, Georgia, native when asked about making the jump from the coaching to the playing ranks. "I felt that 1 was doing well at Seattle but I had to leave. I figured that if I ever wanted to do it again I had better do it now." "If I don't make it with Detroit I'll try to get on with another team. If I can't make it I'll try to finish my Master's Degree here at Livingston. I need only 15 more hours." he noted. The people in Livingston are pulling hard for their adopted son to make it in pro football. But, whether he makes it or not, Charlie Coles will still go down in Livingston as the big coach that has always got a grin on.

being used to further mankind; he heard only thoughts of pleasure and self-gratification. Most of the brain cells, the ones that weren't worn down by alcohol, were being used to plan social functions. He read deep in the minds of that chapter,sadistic thoughts to Nard their pledges. They all sat around thinking of new ways to make the "pledges" lives more uncomfortable. He heard no vibrations from the minds that would lead him to think this chapter had a reason to live, because so many of them were bitter from "pledgeship." The most serious and heartbreaking findings for me was that he found a chapter where "hope, faith, and love" was unheard of, nor was the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)


ThE star and Lamp OF PI KAPPA PHI

P. 0. Box 240526, Charlotte, N.C. 28224 7111 Nations Ford Road,Charlotte, N.C. 28210 Founded at the College of Charleston, S.C. December 10, 1904 -FOUNDERSSimon Fogarty

Andrew A. Kroeg, Jr. L. Harry Mixson

The Star and Lamp An Educational Publication 1980, Vol. LX VI No. 3 Durward W. Owen Mark E. Timmes

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PUSH towards the future I have been very impressed with our growth over the last few years. It is a real pleasure to be associated with the fastest growing fraternity in the country. The growth that impresses me, however, is not just the growth in new brothers and new chapters, but in other fraternity related programs, such as P.U.S.H. Our Foundation in the last few weeks has made some very bold steps in terms of positioning itself to aid and support our growth in an even more meaningful manner in the future. In the past, the Foundation generated funds to support scholarships as well as to defray a portion of the cost of such leadership schools as Pi Kapp College. The Foundation is now moving toward allowing us to utilize the Foundation for chapter house improvements and toward such important uses as gathering funds for P.U.S.H. while continuing the existing scholarship programs. We are indeed fortunate to have the caliber of volunteers that we have as Foundation Trustees. Their thoughts in terms of how they can work with the fraternity to bring about our major objectives of continued growth and service to membership is better than ever.


The key to our successful growth has not only been with our Administrative Office in Charlotte, but with the many dedicated volunteers in our organization - such as chapter advisors, area governors, committee chairmen, etc., who have taken upon themselves a responsibility to make our fraternity the premier fraternity in the country. Yet, I would like to see even more alumni involved. In our fraternity once you become a member you are a member for life. We do not have alumni in our fraternity; instead, we have members and student members. Every brother is a vital part. The work that our chapter at West Virginia did for P.U.S.H. is an example of hard dedicated work to fulfill the purpose. In this issue you read about Florida's "Mile of Pennies" fund raiser. It is exciting to have this power, energy, and drive from members of our fraternity who are dedicated to promoting the ideas for which we stand. We have a long way to go in terms of reaching our objectives, but at the same time we have come an enormous way. It certainly is not the time to stop.


Have you ever invested in a young man's college education? It is an investment in which you can take pride. Here is your opportunity. The Pi Kappa Phi Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance and encouragement to young men who desire an education but are without sufficient funds. The Foundation is a tax exempt organization operated by a volunteer Board of Trustees who are members of your Fraternity. The young men who will be leaders in our nation in the future are on the campuses of our colleges right now;some of them need our assistance and support. An investment in a young man's college education will help to prepare him better, both for good citizenship and for tomorrow's responsibilities. The inclusion of the following clause in your will (or your designation of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in your life insurance policy as a beneficiary) will insure that you will be a part of some young man's future: "I give, devise, and bequeath to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation the sum of Dollars." (or otherwise describe the gift if it consists of real estate,securities, or personal property). DO IT TODAY For additional information regarding the Foundation, write Pi Kappa Phi Foundation, P.O. Box 240526, Charlotte, NC 28224.


DIRECTORY PI KAPPA PHI P. 0. Box 240526 7111 Nations Ford Road Charlotte, N.C. 28224 Charlotte, N.C. 28210 Founded at the College of Charleston, S.C.- December 10, 1904




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1980-81 Chapter Consultants join Administrative Staff

Troy State wins All-Sports Trophy

Auburn-Montgomery Dominates Campus

Two years ago, fire swept through the fraternity house at Gamma Gamma at Troy State University. The facility was leveled and the chapter archives were all but destroyed. But through the intangible bond of Brotherhood, the spirit of Fraternity has lifted the men at Troy to new heights of achievements.

Highest scholarship average; winner of All-Greek Sports trophy; leading recruiting chapter on campus; most publicized chapter on campus; more than one-half the brotherhood involved in external organizations mostly as executives. It sounds like one of our old, established chapters is taking over a campus. Not hardly — the above is the track record of Epsilon Delta Chapter at Auburn University in Montgomery since their installation on February 9 of this year.

The chapter, under the guidance of Dr. Doug Hawkins, Benny Pinkard and Dr. Don Hines, secured a larger home and spent two years renovating the dwelling. The house is larger than the previous physical plant making it better equipped to handle the growing needs of the chapter. "The house is serving two purposes," states Historian Ben Guthrie,"First, it provided a vehicle to build brotherhood. We worked a lot of hours together and shared the same disappointments. Second, it does give us the facilities to house more members."

On a 3.00 scale, the brothers obtained a 2.46 to easily outdistance the other Greeks. In 1979, the AUM chapter as a colony was also a runaway winner with the trophy. Much of the scholastic success can be traced to the positions of leadership held by brothers in Epsilon Delta. Among the chapter's roll call is the Student Government President; three out of seven Student Government Supreme Court Justices; over one-fifth of the Student Senators; President of Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honorary and the list goes on. The chapter carried their classroom success with them to their athletic endeavors taking the first All-Greek Sports trophy given at AUM. The award was clinched when Epsilon Delta fought off all competition for their second straight softball title.

Chapter members at Troy State University are shown posing with their two All-Sport Trophies.

A point of interest is that while spending most of their free time working on the house, the chapter was able to win the All-Sports Trophy. They placed second in football and softball and third in basketball. The Pi Kapps already hold the honor of being the only fraternity on campus to retire an All-Sports trophy (in 1977) by winning ; two years in a row. Needless to say, plans are under way to retire the new trophy this coming year. Gamma Gamma has maintained an active social schedule this year. Some social events were set up to raise money for the National Project, P.U.S.H. Their Easter Bunny contest netted $200.00 for the development of the units. Whether in the chapter room, on the sports field or around campus, Gamma Gamma is carrying the banner of Pi Kappa Phi high and proud.

After getting off to a sluggish start, the brothers have developed an excellent Fall recruitment program stressing personal contact. Along with the preceeding list of accomplishments, the chapter should be on its way to developing a strong brotherhood through their recruitment program. As you can see, Pi Kapps in the Heart of Dixie are moving onward and upward. EDITOR'S CORRECTION In the Spring issue of the STAR AND LAMP we failed to include the location of Epsilon Epsilon Chapter at Clinch Valley College. The school is located in Wise, Virginia. We apologize for the omission.


The 1980 - 81 Administrative Staff: Front row: Steve Smith, Andrew Towson. Middle row: Michael Willis, Assistant Executive Director Nathan Hightower, Director of Communications Mark Timmes, Executive Director Durward Owen. Back Row: Clay Edmonds, Director of Development Stuart Hicks, Ernest Johnson.

Patrick E. Farley - Pat returns to the Administrative Staff for his second year as he takes on the role of P.U.S.H. Administrator. He recently married the former Miss Cindy Watkins and they now reside in Charlotte. L. Clay Edmonds - Clay comes to the Administrative Staff from East Carolina University where he received his B.S.B.A. in Accounting. While an active member of Beta Phi Chapter, Clay chaired the Scholarship Committee, served as Assistant Treasurer and Treasurer and was elected Vice-President of the I.F.C. Clay was a nominee to the Phi Theta Kappa National Honorary Fraternity and is a native of Whiteville, North Carolina. His interests include lacrosse, basketball, soccer, tennis and water and snow skiing. J. Ernest Johnson - Ernie attended Auburn University where he earned a B.S. degree in Business Administration. He joined the Alpha Iota Chapter as a freshman in 1976 and was selected "Pledge of the Year." As an active brother of the fraternity he served as Archon, Secretary and Chaplain. He is also a big brother of Delta Zeta Sorority and a member of Beta Alpha Psi, the National Honorary Accounting Fraternity. Ernie is a native of Huntsville, Alabama, and enjoys tennis, and snow and water skiing. Steve W. Smith - Steve comes to the

Administrative Staff from Indiana University where he received his B.S. degree in Marketing. At Alpha Psi Chapter, Steve served as House Manager, Vice-Archon and Archon. He also was active on campus as he served as President of the I.U. Hockey Club and Treasurer of the Sports Club Federation. Steve is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, and his personal interests include snow and water skiing, tennis and jogging. Andrew A. Towson - Andy attended the University of Georgia where he received his B.S. in Business Administration. He was very active at Lambda Chapter serving as Chaplain, Social Chairman, Secretary, Rush Chairman and Archon. Andy also served on the 1980 All-Campus Homecoming Committee. He is originally from Dublin, Georgia, and his interests include tennis, basketball and water skiing.

R. Michael Willis - Mike comes to the Administrative Staff from the University of Florida, where he received a B.S. in Accounting. While an active of Alpha Epsilon Chapter, Mike served as Archon, Vice-Archon and chaired the I.F. C. Alcohol Policy and Education Committee. He is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary fraternities. Mike is originally from Sarasota, Florida, and his interests include basketball, racquetball and water skiing.

4 Proclaim liber/i1 throughout die land with a visit lo the Liberly Bell 11's now housed in a new and handsome modern glass pavilion.


See a visual -Who's Who"offamous slalcsinen and heroes of Revolutionary times. 11's portrait colleclion ofthe Second Bank ofthe UMW Stales.








Your National Council National President: A. J. (Lonnie) Strickland, Ill

National Treasurer: William Drewry Fuqua

Lonnie Strickland, Omicron, Alabama, has served on the National Council since 1972. He has held the offices of National Treasurer, National Vice-President and became National President in 1979. Lonnie received his B.S. degree from the University of Georgia, and his M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Business Administration from Georgia State University. He is Associate Professor of Business Policy and Corporate Planning at the University of Alabama. Lonnie and his wife Kitty have two children and reside in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Bill Fuqua, Mu Chapter, Duke University, joined the National Council in 1979. From 19631979, Bill has served Pi Kappa Phi as auditor of the Fraternity. He is the Treasurer for the First Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia and is active in his community of North Augusta, South Carolina. He has served on the Chamber of Commerce, and worked with the March of Dimes and United Way campaigns. Bill is married and has two children.

National Vice-President: David Harold Jaffee

Bill Finney joined the National Council in 1979 as National Secretary after many years as an Area Governor. Since serving as Historian of his chapter (Gamma Xi, Georgia Southwestern), Bill was Area Governor for Area V from 1973-77, and Area XXV from 1978-79. His outstanding work as Area Governor won him the Area Governor of the Year award both in 1975 and 1977. Bill served as chairman of the Area Governor's Council from 1975-79 and was instrumental in the organization of the Americus, Georgia, Alumni Association and the reorganization of the Greater Atlanta Alumni Association. Bill

David Jaffee was elected to the National Council at the 1979 Supreme Chapter which was held in his home town of Charleston, South Carolina. David is from Alpha Chapter at the College of Charleston where he was very active, holding the offices of Archon, Treasurer, Historian, and Chaplain. David is the President of Jaffee Realty Co. and has been active in his community, notably for establishing a successful rodent control program for the City of Charleston. David and his wife Dolly are expecting their first child soon.

National Secretary: William Lee Finney

is currently the Assistant Benefits Manager for the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, having worked for the Equitable since 1971. Bill is married to the former Jane Scott who was a charter member of the Gamma Xi Little Sisters and a member of the 1970 Gamma Xi Rose Court. They have one son, Scottie.

National Chaplain: Walter Keith Sheppard Walt Sheppard is the manager of Customer Service with Halston Fragrances, a subsidiary of NortonSimon. In his undergraduate years at Alpha Upsilon Chapter at Drexel University, Walt served as Archon, Treasurer, Historian and Chaplain. More recently he has served as the Secretary of the Alpha Upsilon Alumni Corporation since 1974. Walt received his MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Walt is married, has two children, and lives in Mt. Holly, New Jersey.

National Chancellor: James Clinton Turk Judge James Turk provides legal advice to the National Council as Chancellor of the Fraternity. Judge Turk was active at both Xi Chapter, Roanoke, and Rho Chapter, Washington & Lee, where he earned his A.B. and L.L.B.

The Anniston, Alabama, native is credited with creating the luxe "spectacular" sign which revolutionized viewing in Times Square some three decades ago, and within the past few years has been "the lamplighter" behind the relighting of the Empire State Building and the (Harry) Helmsley Building at 230 Park Avenue. Both buildings have re-emerged as mid-Gotham "classics" .. . thanks to Helmsley's vision and Leigh's creative magic of lighting, paint, color and gold leafing. Leigh, who still retains a Southern softness garnered in a childhood spent in Alabama and South Carolina. is one of the most adroit

of salesmen coupled with the vision and imagination of an Eighteenth Century poet. He charms and sells simultaneously. After college at the University of Florida, where he was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Chapter, Leigh held a sales job with an outdoor advertising firm in Atlanta. During the height of the Great Depression, the now 72 year old Leigh came to New York City and almost immediately opened his own advertising firm bearing his name. The young dynamo did this with more faith than reality, but quickly sold his first account, a sign location — in the Bronx! As this account was a mid-Manhattan hotel (the St. Moritz), the accomplishment was important to him because the barter deal gave him a home, office and food. However, between his office's opening in 1933 and the beginning of World War II, both Leigh and his magical

Past National President: Thomas Philip Tappy Phil Tappy, Lambda, University of Georgia, was the President of the National Council from 1977-79 and now serves on the Council as Past National President. He has served on the National Council for nine years, holding the positions of Chaplain, Historian, VicePresident, and President. He has also served the Fraternity as an Area Governor. Phil is a Senior Account Representative for Eastman Kodak Company - Business Systems Division. He has been in Kodak's 100% Club for seven years and selected to the "21" Club (top 5% of Kodak Sales Force) for three years. Phil is married, has two sons, and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Leigh's list of honors and tributes would fill a separate page. Among the most outstanding are five New York City awards from two mayors, Applause Award from New York Sales Executive Club, Illumination Society of America Award for Empire State lighting, key to the city for Civic Award and the Broadway Association's highest award for 13 years as its President and Chairman.

ALUMNI BRIEFS Douglas Leigh — an affable Southerner who arrived in New York City nearly fifty years ago — has probably electrified and illuminated his adopted home town more than any other living person.

degrees, respectively. Judge Turk also earned his J.D. degree at Washington & Lee. His scholastic honors include Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Order of the Coif. He is now the Chief Judge, U. S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia. From 1959-72, he served as State Senator for Virginia; as minority leader from 1963-72. Judge Turk is married, has five children and lives in Radford, Virginia.

Douglas Leigh,"Lamplighter of Broadway."

outdoor illuminated sign business flourished. Among the oversized — some nine stories tall — signs the young Leigh brought to Broadway in those days were: A & P Coffee with a 25' (actual) steaming coffee cup; and Kool cigarettes half block long water effect with a penguin on a cake of ice.

In summation a life which has been rich and exciting in both challenges and accomplishments, Douglas Leigh, who was tagged "Boy Wonder" in his early days now considers his two greatest accomplishments between ages 7072 as the Empire State lighting plus color and the Tower and front gold lighting (plus gold leafed sculptures) of the Helmsley Building at 230 Park Avenue. For Douglas Leigh, life is not only a banquet at which he has been asked to participate, but each course gets richer and more interesting. And — even in his wildest flights of fancy — can he imagine exactly what dessert might be.



Building the bridge for tomorrow's Pi Kappa Phi's

Hooper Alexander III Epsilon 365 Friends often ask me what my motivation was for devoting so much time to Pi Kappa Phi. I believe this poem is more eloquent than I could be: THE BRIDGE BUILDER Through all of these times the Fraternity, the brotherhood, and the guidance available to me seemed to provide both direction and positive reinforcement.

An old man,going a lone highway, Came at the evening, cold and gray, To a chasm vast and deep and wide; The old man crossed in the twilight dim, The sullen stream had no feat for him; But he turned when safe on the other side And built a bridge to span the tide. "Old man," said a fellow pilgrim near, "You are wasting your strength with building here; Your journey will end with the ending day, You will never again pass this way; You've crossed the chasm deep and wide; Why build you this bridge at evening tide?" The builder lifted his old gray head -"Good friend, in the path I have come," he said, "There followeth after me today, A youth whose feet must pass this way; This chasm that has been naught to me To that fair-haired youth may a pitfall be; He, too, must cross in the twilight dim -Good friend, I am building this bridge for him."

Just like the man in the poem, today the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation is building a bridge for youth. Our bridge is a bridge built by all alumni who contribute time or funds to further the vital work of the Foundation. Our bridge is a bridge with five pathways upon which undergraduates may walk: (1)

The bridge path of ideas and training in leadership,


The bridge path of experience and development in business and career,


The bridge path of financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, loans,


The bridge path of outstanding character to develop better citizens, and,


The bridge path of brotherhood and religious encouragement.

Will Allen Dromgoole These five paths comprise much of the mission of the Foundation. I am certain every alumnus who has ever donated an hour or a dollar to the Foundation or the Fraternity feels much the same. There were times as undergraduates that we were undecided as to which direction our college work would take; times when we encountered personal or social problems; times when we walked the fence between success and failure; times when our hopes seemed limited by our finances.

DR. DANIEL MARCELLUS Inventor? Dr. Daniel Marcellus of Psi Chapter, Cornell University, might not be Einstein, but he has made some notable advances in the world of communications. Dr. Marcellus, currently residing in Middletown, N.Y. and employed by Decision Systems of Mahwah, New Jersey, undertook the development of a speech driven typing system. According to Dr. Marcellus this system prototype was made with a microcomputer, printer, keyboard and Cathode Ray Tube(CRT) all of which are commercially available components. His plan was to demonstrate that a practical speech driven typing system could be made. This system functioned by the user speaking slowly into a microphone and the words would appear on the CRT. When finished with the dictation the user could edit the text by the usual method of the keyboard. As soon as these two tasks are complete the text can be transfered automatically to the printed page through the computer's printer. Dr. Marcellus contends that severe

problems arise with the change in the speed of speech, and estimates it will be another five years before a truly effective device of this nature will be available.

DR. GEORGE H. PORTER,III Humanitarian, accomplished physician, administrator and now he is the President of the Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation in New Orleans, Louisiana. A 1958 graduate of

The Foundation provides funds for programs which are designated to guarantee undergraduates an opportunity to walk upon the bridge paths. Each succeeding issue of the STAR AND LAMP will carry further information on the emerging role of the Foundation. Indeed, the Foundation will be the guiding force in Building the Bridge for Tomorrow's Pi Kapps.

Duke University Medical School, Dr. Porter was initiated into Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity on December 14, 1951. Since that time Dr. Porter has met many a great challenge and reached those heights worthy of acclaim. After his graduation from Duke University, Dr. Porter studied at both Harvard and Washington Universities following which he served as senior resident physician at Boston's Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and was a scholastic fellow in the humanities at Harvard. Also, for

three years Dr. Porter was associated with the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute of Health. Dr. Porter's newest endeavor, which is the Foundation, is a $100 million enterprise, but he plans to stay in touch with his profession by practicing one half day a week. This he feels will help him keep current with his basic ideal of a personal doctor-patient relationship. A remarkable man, Dr. George H. Porter, III.





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'3, P. Brock D. M. Ward, Jr. R. H. Perkins K. M. Gibbon T. Smith, Jr. J. J. Hall F. S. Howard, Jr. W. A. Wallace J. P. Harrison J. .1. B. Brunson T. L. McCartin n eliemYer rn Mee' IN..W H S. E. Mottesky G. Gunnt, Jr. G. S. Walker W. J. Stepney, Jr. SIGMA K. A. Werden W. R. Summerlin South Carolina W. C. Taylor Jr. F. W. W. D. Debardelaben, Jr. S. 0. Cowan T. W. Winton J. R. Webb H. S. (mg Reed C. R. J. P. Compton R. E. Gressette E. J. Ullerneyer L. K. Gambrill E. F. Bostick M. A. McCoy C. E. Beard A. A. Spears V. W. Sanderson S. R. Todd J. sa, Jacobs Norwood B. W. 7..FA.BCreeRkeetnhie N. F. Pridgen, Jr. C. B. Prevost ki sw..NR..PTearrn W. A. Newman, Jr. Jr. Sams, R. A. nmseus G. E. Moman, Jr. Timmerman, Jr E. L. Feicht B. G. L. M. Richardson J. M. Coulter E cukwei E..m W J. T. Cardwell L. L. Long hill ' F. R. F, Inman J. E. Bell, Jr. T. Ondrus J. T. Robbins, Jr. W. E. Cullum D. A. Parkhurst J. E. Bennett J. Harnmet F. L. Ketcham A. E. Conrow, Jr. R. R. Rigby, Jr. nenr thonlo, . T iutrn, A. A J. B. Moore, Jr. R. C. Lake, Jr. C. E. R. Hughes, Jr. Delay S. G. Paschen H. R. L. J. Contri F. L. Clark K. J. Rabe W. M. Schroeder D. W. Schmidt W. J. Ties: R. S. Taylor George H. J. S. Watts R. D. H. Edmondson W. J. Chaperon R. W. Burgett A. L, McLeod, Jr. Jr. Epsom, D. W. F. H. Elich P, Graff, Jr. W. Bobo C. L. Larsen J. M. Brown, Jr. E. M. Singleton G. R. Close W. W. Brigrit L. N. Watson S. Huska, Jr. D. R. Newman R. H. Moorer C. R. Manch E. E. Heblon, Jr. R. L. Dormer F. M. Benson A...1, Strickland, III T. Floyd S. R. 0. Howard R. F. Baerwald J. L. Murray CTOBI,m. H. H. Carroll C. M Dalziel hi. H. T. P. Julian Stokes R. J. W.• S. Renner C. A. Pilleteri C. H. Chiles A. R. Moore J. L. May, Ill Munn R. J. vyter H. AD.. D W. P. Dandy Flynn S. J. Gay HE.Caldwell, Jr. J. D. Long, III Pohlman E. J. Kurtts L. R. J. W. Kennedy, Jr. A. B. Gilbert J. D. Richardson W. S. Reynolds, Ill E. D. Mendels T. M. Clem, Jr. T. D. Huggins L. C. Prucha T. C. Jennings Mims C. R. G. M. Dowd W. H. Till, Jr. Montgomery, Jr. E. S. Ceyzewski A. Y. D. C. Lemley J. J. Kennedy J. O. Roeser J. A. Ward, Ill J. T. McKinnon A. J. Clyde E, V,Caldwell, II C. Wactor R. E. W. Trogden Jr. Lockhart, J. R. W. D. Cooksey, Jr. R. W. Scheck W. T. Bishop, Jr. J. R. Kinchen W. R. Stiles S. E. O'Neal J. A. Reynolds J. Pottenger J. H. G. Klotz A. F APn riliebY, III M. V. Foerster HReunndnerso" :M. Groom JJ. T G W. D. Rhodes, Ill F..DKer T:E E R. N. Hightower J. C. Pratt, Jr. Pzitesnquale J. E. Brunson Parks C. B. R B W..-lolmberg H. G. S. Crane Montgomery E. Schmalenber W. C. Caldwell C. B. Jennings, III L. J. Oberwise, Jr. D. L. Hinton G. E. Heiler J, Simpson P:Ilk' Jr. T:P A:C W rrilinngg'bn ew Ho E..B HS C M E. E. Cashon, Jr. O. Bouz, Jr. S. R. Norman P. D. Carter, Jr. .1. E. Lignell B. A. Harrell Jr. Fasano, G. E. Urycki D. A. Andrews R. H. Swelgin J. T. Johnson J. F , Fitch, Ill P. R. Stewart L. C. T. Dickard C. T. Hickman uhss Dneg' '.' EL I.) R. M. Gatti B. Means J. PI T. J. Stafford, II J. R. Stroehlein Oglethorpe L. D. Smith R. F. Christensen T. M. Riordan W. A. Store S. H. Gilkeson A. R. Fraley J. A. Gauer D. C. McNeil, Jr. Ulmer J. D. J. J. Bakker E. C. Shoemaker D. L. Baker E. P. Polak W. J. Rhodes, Jr. F. W. Cockfield J. A. Fowler J. A. Hailey B. S. Thomas E. R. Cwiklin J. B. Frazer A. J. Vanderberg G. W. Hardin TAU J. G. Schalin F. C. Everett, Jr. State Carolina North J. J. Bruemmer J. R. Brinson S. E. Mumford J. B. Gable R. E, Williams, Jr. R. J. Regnier E. Blackwell, Jr. Smithwick T. N. E. R. Galendak L. B. Fox W.L.EE..BKraiingtoler: M. B. Eubanks J. G. Catalano raroli me aw . JA:.GRia .JI. G. M.Smith A. N. Greene J. C. Heriot W. M. Hackett J. W. Shustitzky T. L. Palmer, Jr. G. M. Harrell P. B. Jones C. V. M.Sutcliffe J. W. Halstead, Jr. T. H. Watts 0. J. White, Jr. ine tetabIn : Rio E... pN Rs.HM ip. P. R. Steinway L. J. Ptacek, Jr. L. A. Munson R. Arrighy RHO J. A. Feather, Jr. R. E. Gardner Washington & Las F. B. Gibson B. K. Smith H. E. Billings, Jr. T. J. Pemberton S. J. Robbins Barwick E. J. T.wBigegckwith, Jr. .P .JI. B. A. Davis, Jr. Brawley P. J. H. D. Leake C. F. Latham G. W. Summerson PHI W. D. Wallace W. R. Bishop Tulsa J. B. Dayton, Jr. B. K. Bullard, Jr. C. B. Harper W. M. Garrison Jr. Neel, A. 0. R. W. Field, J. B. Towill D. M. Seltzer P. B. Havenstrite N. D. Hall, Jr. R. C. Jones R, W. Veatch J. L. Jennings J. N. Shepherd, Jr. G. M. Dill W. G. Sargent H. K. Sledge G. P. Todd R. P. Bumpass J. M. pastor J. E. Kirkman, Jr. R. S. Chapin A. E. Anthony, Jr, C. F. Burns S. M. Rowland R. C. Cline E. T. Tingley E. J. Ada T. A. Karam H. C. Graham J. r rti Jr. i i I ampbell nson. o JC . . I D E W. WJ Flory, L. J. CHI L. M. Garrison on sort, W. A. Carter, Jr. J. F. Jacob HE F.. EMheivthes:vin, Jr. WR B P. L. Joyner, H. E. Turner Jnr. ' A. T. K. Carter C. B. Garnsey, Jr. F. A. Hauslain R. L. Parks M. C. Stith R. M. Brown D. B. Barker T. NI. Baker J. Grayson, Ill 0. B. Battle E. B. Henderson W. J. Moran, Jr. G. Lancaster .. SD..CEaursI tiocrie JE, F. E. Waters, Jr. R. E. Carlson, Jr. H. E. Wilson, Jr. Eddins M. P. T. Welshinger C. E. A. Turville T. G. Smith, Ill M. S. Burgener G. F. McInerney D, C. Whitaker E. A. Ulmer R. E. Summerall . DJ..BD..Hp.uinnstienge D.E. Hutchison .L D. G. McCausland Jr. P. Slocumb R. B. Kanoy, Jr. P. o Poole R. C. Petrey W. H. McKinnon, Jr C. L. Saunders C. B. Curtis, Jr. F. Stouderunire L. L. Nettleton, Jr. S. M. Leaman moier A. G. Fuller JR..LE.. Hughes T. A. Hollis Reams L. W. Braunschweig P. C. A. L. Evans R. E. Karns J. 0. Martin D. HEIti,om.pih4ey C. N R. H. Gaughan E. Sbtairnne, Jr. T. R. Boutvvell D. J. R. Golden A, H. Davidson D. C. McNamara T. J. Dyer B. MacGowan J. M. McConnaughey W. E. Ray J. M. Bryant, II J. T. Smith, Jr. J. W. Melvin W. G. Loeffler, Jr. J. K. Snellings M. J. Noland W. H. Clark, Jr. R. D. Cooper D. W. Martin R. K. Park, II R. G. Dinwiddie D. D. Hartsoe E. P. Garretson, Jr A, N, Morris, Jr. T. W. Allen P. F. Van Avery R. J. Bennett G. L. Moron J. D. Wallace G. L. Patterson J. G. Buckey T. F. Pattillo UPSILON D. W. Thornton, II C. I. Ivey Illinois M. H. Squires, Jr. W. D. Jones B. 0. Beckman A. R. Schneider Alroberg T. I. Bowlus C. A.

F. M. Conway G. J. Ossorio J. L. Townsend Wl.FO.LGemriffointh °i.turnp9hy, Jr. E.LW.YM dgenrs ii' Rci J. P. G M. C. Hollis F. P wanIter K..SEhrir TF R. A. Kent K. A. Weir, Sr. R. A. Beauchamp T. M. Wrenn A. W. Breyer J. W. Lenders, Jr. R. T, Peacock R. W. Lankford R. V. Ginn M. B. Lawrence K. I. Densmore J. G. Hayden E. H. Culver W. T. O'Keefe G. R. Ratter Al..MN..SmoourtrhizaIrldi L. W. Anderson R. M. Tinsley W. M. Parrott S. C. Renwick G. J. Crolla R. W. Adams A. E. Grindle, Jr. T. E. Powers ss ne ow ..KiHa. Je JK..EW th PSI Cornell D. A. Ward W. Measday, Jr. N. R. Miller R. P. Mason J. T. Owens H. S. Lewis E. 0. Mattocks E. L. Lehr E. J. Fischer L. A. Williams N. E. Scott A. F. Salla, Jr. P. T. Pratt A. S. Ritz W. R. Schlotzhauer F. H. White, Jr. E. S. B. Pitkin rr W Rs..Bmuwi .L. aitIthaes

v i Raaslniene Jo..M A. C. S. Armstrong R. E. Honer JW..wL.. Swager Badge, R. B. Olson W. D. Southard T. R. Brown R. C. Adams J. 0. Lelollette D. C. Swager M. F. Williams J. W. English W. K. Daniel E. M. Vane J. C. Rouse E. D. Geiger E. W. Lines R. H. Lowe W. K. Carr R, K. Whitford D. J. Bringman JDK...DME... Jackson N. R. Nelson C. Smith. Jr. A. E. K. Henry sh,,avy so Braatcl C:Ni D G. J. L. Weaver dey D. EC: Reed R. L. Roth J. T. Venard A. Matisoo P. F. Anderson, Jr M. D. Kerr R. L. Bentley, Jr. W. G. Schack R. J. Kovach J. P. Pop R. J. Eyer J. M. O'Reilly D. L. Martin ts reu 1C.GL..PKre' j J. F. Calfel J, R. Dienhart J. M. Eberhart J. C. Hall M. J. Klurnpp G. E. Buente M. H. O'Haver

E. P. Hugill, Jr. V. H. Cornelison C. D. Cornelison L. M. Stone H. B. Nall A. K. Cox H. D. Hammonds muoclodrele H T. A. S. L. Pangburn J. F. Hinton C. P. Tate R. D. Fagin W. G. Dunnington V. B, Stansell R. C. Dunnington ioEtatthom ..EmlIc oi C8 l. C. A. Stein R. W. Strain G R. B. Roberts M. A. Foreman rphy ipues JS.nm P. R. W. Hoffman T. Frankert R. J. Ogborn .C.,.. Jorda Jm Roby S. R. Baldwin A. L. Thompson E. J. Besenfelder J. D. McElhaney, Jr. C. L. Haying F. S. Thompson M. R. McMullen R. C. Tam D Meyer W. B. Murray

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MBeeriyrdtegeorn OM : IT.LR H P P. C. Swofford W. C. Pritchard W. H. C. Higgins, III D. J. Kimmel H. G, Riggs A. W. Ginther F. E. Rector G. G. Fassnacht G. 0. Martin G. L. Nord G. Fortune, Jr. R. J. Gollmar C. R. Isaacs C. W. Myers W. L. Norrington D. Beggs R. E. Thomson B. A. McCandless R. K. Kitchen Sadler adl S JC..HL; Nicholas J. G. Swinney F .. MiIItir T. A P Porter R. L. Vogt

r Elhaerw C., S J., B P R. J. Paterno D.0 Charland H. T. Parsons S. H. Barker D. W. Henn tiatore KC.. R. Southwell, Jr. W. West E. D. James J. J. powers J. C. Hornbuckle J. D. Howell R. T. Olsen icskland Ktirri .S L. D..M W

rreissen Jaern W.H M. A Cott i n B. C. Michael G. E. Johnson, Jr. H. F. Koiber R. C. Smith M. K. Grimes J. P. McGrail J. A. Grady R. D. Snyder D. A. Wick L. H. Elkins M. P. Hill R. W. Lowder W. M. Witt B. Sanders isi row R.Am..WRea: I

ALPHA DELTA Washington WPG...ECR..TA1 en inch Jones Tarnish F. 0. Wollaston JA:.AE..SEhreiclelenberger

s rlilal, Jr o eetn' 13:.WjR...BjFinc D j W. F. Nernecek W. G. Kanouse W. G. Hercules G. L. Hanson C. JB..HHaacilklernan .jE.MSetervqe'riesrotn M. W J. L. Coffing A. C. Taylor, Jr. A. George, Jr. C. P. Smith hI' rr,, e T. BD: . rbiyck vesse Ca I.....0 W W. B. Delong A. Dunham, Jr. W. T. L. Zaccarino W. K. Mayhew M. C. Allion R. B. Secor D. G. Lane M. D. Laurent N. F. Hopper M. S. Tyrrell H. W. Buell R. M. Little R. H. Adams J. L. Peggs T. K. Powers E. O'Drobinak N. J. Juried M. R. Megraw 0. G. Rothfuss, Jr. G. M. Schnell D. L. Diana A. H. Hagopian J. F. Storey D. R. Gorton J. H. Angus W. D. Peace, Jr. L. G. Thayer R. T. Chatterton, Jr. R. K. Price h,i. Jr. etlito BA..SDm C. V. W. Schneider S. L. Wetterlin W. T. Fearnside R. E. Bohner J. Allan D. E. Kunnernann F. W. Thome D. B. Gilmore S. G. Milks M. Freiberger SME...D,,,... Lorena . e i,,n, V .. Linda, eha M 0 G G. Sampson S. C. Carlsen W. E. MacMillan nricnhi liveginr. z i,an, I 1 Kaiser JJ. s.ti W. J. T. R. B. Ramage T. G. Schapira P. B. Jahrling r.aKtyh EceM ..M Ni 8 .l..D G. R. Fisher Bochan A. R. J. S. Brunner K. E. Kelly Ilkoin J..Fraec G egaerr siw JB.. H. B R. M. A. Murphy R. F. Smith S. Hollander W. K. Salomon M. J. Piscitelli D. A. Dube R. J. McGory R. L. Conradt

E. F. Cobb R. R. Lacy M. E. Perkins W. F. Sahlie

ALPHA ALPHA Mercer W. A. Bugg G. V. Hogan E. L. Connell, Jr. B. T. Clark W. K. Jordan H. E. Rhodes W. G. Bruner W. P. Jent R. U. Harden J. T. Cash L. C. Carter A. F. Martin, Ill H. C. Dismukes R. D. Higgins, Jr. C. R. Parker W. Morales H. C. Lewis, Jr. T. J. Hallman, Jr. R. L. Bennett, Jr. H. S. Houston A. E. Fitzgerald, Jr.

C. E. Rutledge C. A. Hedreen C. A. Porter W. L. Porter J. A. Clague W. B. Buckworth T:LM.. R Hartley D. Nicholls W. C. Waara C. E. Marsters D. W. Parker H. E. Bayley G. E. Seaman W. C. Avery ,yadrteeI IJer. J..EW R. G R H. W. Faringer, Jr. T. A. Forhan D. G. Alexander H. V. McPherson W. K. Jackson G. W. Morford L, A. Messer J. R. Pederson F. R. Brown R. J. Hansen R. C. Butt t mb G.. C..CwaIhdiatcro C D. R. Vercoe J. Blakeway Prick C. A. Sheets T. G. N. J. Vendetti, Jr. ALPHA EPSILON Florida A. W. Smith F. A. Lesueur J. D. Rentroe, Jr. J. 0. Boole, Jr. D. B. Leigh R. E. Scholze A. M. Carraway F. E. Williams J. E. Davits D. 8, Frye C. R. Lee, Jr. M. W. Eastland, Jr. B. H. Griffin, Jr. S. O. Hubbard J. N. Davis B. E. Herlong R. C. Tylander J. A. Cox w. J. Tayl or, Jr. J. E. Bush G. N. Howe F. S. Gilbert, Jr. T. B. Simpson G. D. Wood, Jr. I. a Wicker H. E. Fry, Jr. E. P. Owen, Ill E;C. OFrvaenritY D RLIasnder T RR.. H. J. S. McDonald L. E. Davis, Jr. W. Maloney V liriney 8 L... M wWF EC

J. A. Condon W. F. McCall, Jr. W. E. Combs L. W. Elgin, Jr. J. G. Scott G. D. Johnson, Jr. A. R. Sims J. S. Crown, Jr. M. T. Woodward, Jr. D rJn.i ngs M..DV.. B. A. Evans, Sr. Coo, r. J. D. Purcell B. F. Overton W. A. Howard F. K. Mitchell C. E. Richards W. M. Gillespie C. G. Webb T. M. Fitzgerald C. M. Ramsey ALPHA GAMMA C. R. Rigl Oklahoma D. A. Martinez M. E. Harrison B. T. Dawson . ELpapperaiedd w. C to : H. R. Hulpieu F. L. Parsons, Jr. B. A. McElyea M. A. Fernandez W. P. Scarlett D. A. Thompson C. E. Springer S. B. Jones H. W. Pettengill, Jr. C. T. McClure H. I. Cross J. J. Rogers R. E. Chapman R. Thornburg R.0. Austin, Jr.


J. G. Cuninghame, Jr. J. D. Sibley E. B. Bruce W. C. Davis. Jr. H. J. McDanal H. B. Goodwin W. L. Stuart S. W. Jones J. W. Edwards J. Bell D. E. Nolen J. C. Gwin G. G. Murrah, Jr. S. M. Winton F. A. Story, Jr. W. C. Hassell S. A. Wade C. C. Brakefield R. 0. Lauderdale, Jr. E. R. Neely E. C. Herrin T. D. Mitchell J. E. Haynes J. H. Hall W. E. Pope J. G. Shiley H. P. Brindley, Jr, L. T. Bolton W. W. Nilson R. B. Blakney 0. L. Madders, Jr. D. K. Brower G. D. Johnson J. R. Bell M. E. Haworth, III J. W. Pope, Jr. W. B. Stark, Jr. M. L. Brooks H. M. Newell, Ill S. D. Lackey

R. B. Timberlake plopr Martin N.. TEahyi L. wiGR i.D G. W.

ALPHA THETA Michigan State

S. C. Bennett

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M. E. Timmes A. E. Luer S. A. Browning J. Y. Wilson ALPHA ZETA Oregon State N. J. Hohl A. L. Slit fe n a Dto Starker R.. JE..S T E. E. Fischer H. R. Kallander N. W. Ruhmann H. Weaver H. W. Davis ..A. DB,uatrr V. Starr V. A. Fridley M. C. Wilbur W. S. Alldredge M. N. Sigovich 1 C. Dillow A. L. Douglas W. S. Mowry N. B. Flynn L. E. Warner D. J. Mason L. N. Phillips L. C. Porter D. C. White J. W. Steward E. F. Thompson W. L. Barrett G. E. Jaska R. A. Martin F. D. Thomen, Jr. G. W. 8Iinco J. W. Moore R. L. Nickelson R. L. Nordlander N. D. Logan R. W. Reeves J, N. Wilson R. S. Nesbitt G. I. Greases D. E. Stockton R. K. Stigum J. 8. Lindeman R. J. Elfers Servrciink L. P A. P R. Anderson W. J. T. Reviglio R. D. Manning W. D. Elliott W. W. Thomas S. F. R.DDuagnglaanyand i M.. LR.. Mu 1 l en T R. Colonna Tyler J. T. Fenstermacher L. J. Kurkoski J. A. Austin S. H. Westfall R. L. Mace G. S. Munn E.. RA: Dom nisse G Johnson . W. Clark tt0n,.,,9hIll T .. J. LEIT. D

P1 C' s 'r'°reraYtrer PPCie S J. W. Stevens E. P. Wells L. W. Raymond O. J. Schuster K. A. Sprague A. E. Laurie A. J. Morse elleingar K, RHA. PBop E C Crook K. H. Jepson R. B. McCall W. J. McCune R. P. Turner R. J. Grime R. S. Trembeth E.. Jensen .. L McKay R. A. Pinkharn R. L. Follett J. A. Glaser R. E. Moore mn, Jr. oo sterrs Bnyd RH.. R J. s. j. raoraprrry R. W. Morse R. R. Casavant R. J. Zimmerman F. H. McDavid C, W. Bovay J. C. Bushong ID. B. Hoge J. F. Stoll G. W. Schott W. Larson .. EL. Mathews ajcicao, Jr. B. A..W G .. F m B. T. Lessien B. A. Connelly R. Colasanti J. E. Tirnpson G. G. Cooper R. L. Goetz E. C. Starch, Jr. D. E. Sabrosky C. P. Howell D. M. Joy T. D. Aylward E. E. Phelps H. E. Beckrneyer n R: .. T Philip R. W. Fogarty D. NI. Lemon Diallvis R..H R.VI l J. T. Schultz S. D. Lambouris erd t,, ..RThomson .I:,)..F.W . R. J. Howard D. E. Viecelli J. A. WrisleY R. D. Filber E. J. Kolemainen M. J. Yanachik G. L. Culicerto . L. C. Paul, Jr. T. A. Page J. N. Seibel J. C. Clarkson T. W. Ellis G. G. Peterson o:In ntm waiw T. L T A .. hi W F. L. Woodard K. D. Kruger

W. Sherry H. P. Salo T. K. Herbage .r auorrice Bo C. A. M ! i goon N jem K.. E A. A

AlPHA ETA Samford L. E. Carroll G. C. Freeman E. G. Jackson JtiTm..JaLcekeson J. C. Lee C. T. Warren F. H. White C. E. Carr S. W. Hall J. W. Gay, Jr. E. E. Ba,-

ALPHA IOTA Auburn wilk n. ..Russell m.TK Ji. L. D. Judkins W. M. Mayson F. A. Maddox,Sr. W. B. Elliot rown o B. .E L. H. C R J. N. Crump J. P. Lynch T. M. Roberts, Jr. JR..EI: Sikes Gay, Jr. M. S. Caley J. A.Surnmerlin, Jr. E. O. Batson, Jr. ilton cm Hyasm A. T M F. W. Hurt J. W. L. Noll, Jr.


In the 1979 - 80 fiscal year Pi Kappa Phi was one of the first fraternities to initiate a voluntary dues program. contributions the Administrative 3,789 alumni contributed $66,469.74 to support their fraternity. Through these Office continues to provide many services for its students and alumni.

K. McCranor W. C. Brayton K. G. Wohlers R. A. Chomiak W. H. Troyer, Jr. C. S. Flandro J. P. Zengota J, A. Haislip, Jr. J. A. Vanosdol T. D. Cassera R. W. Hughes W. F. Gittler, Sr. S. DePalme R, A. Dugan 0. E. Diehl D. R. Van Houten G. S. Merritt M. B. Adair N. Taglionetti H.S. Stiffler J. E. Spencer T. .1. Herits E. R. Kiehl W. E. Cunny J. A. Krucher R. L. Davis W. B. Petersen J. P. Brogan E. M, Simon A. W. Wendorf L. Fisher J. W. Simmons, II F. W. State J. J. Manfredi 0. M. Hokanson W. J. Bielawski, Ill ALPHA SIGMA L. R. Miceli Kinmonth Mueller F. G. A. L. Tennessee R. C. Delcore G. C. Hess, Jr. A. J. Friedrich J. Garvey, Jr. R. R. J. Baldwin M. E. Darnell K. McPherson W. McCabe T. A. Laroe K. T. Rendich L. D. Cronin J. F. Lee, Jr. R. A, Gravdahl G. C. Benjamin G. E. Gish W. M. Parisi R. E. Simon F. F. Ake, Jr. R. C. McKelvey P. R. Lavelle H. A. Cowles J. G, Coleman J. F. Steff ner L. M. Guadagno R. E. Anderson E. P. Bialkin H. C. Settle M, E. Burrows D. A. Desilets R. B. Smith BETA BETA T. R. Thompson D. M. Clarke S. W. Steele Florida Southern S. L. Teller W. W. Dearolf, Jr. A. K. McCalla, Jr. March J. R. C. Tesno R. Rollins E. C. R.a Bruce E. C. Breithaupt, Jr 0. J. Fronczek W. H. Read F. Halter J. F. Kelley, Jr. J. C. Adkins W. M. Fraser, Jr. ALPHA CHI D. M. Hillegas W. D. Lee C. T. Lyons Miami G. F. Kolle A. B. Reed G. A. Given F. H. Steiger B. A. Tucker R. H. Dougherty, Jr. R. L. Redman D. R. Williams E. S. Byrd D. P. Brown F. N. Holley, Ill M. R. Blesser G. A. Steele L. W. Carter W. D. Thompson P. Brewington R. S. Burns G. D. Chappell, II J. C. Bordeman J. E. Jones, Jr. H. B. Craig C. M. Koch R. S. McElwain J. E. Stetf ner R. W. Lambert M. C. Hopkins R. G. Woodall J. N. Marshall 0. R. Johnson R. G. Steinhilber R. K. Carroll N. E. Grade, Jr. B. C. McMahan Xanthos N. P. K. S. Kerberos, Jr. A. D. Henderson S. M. Browder Buchanan L. Wadsworth S. R. G. Hudson Jr. M. J. J. F. Deboard, R. J. Chapin E. J. Kolas R. C. St. Clair PSI Ashe ALPHA F. T. E. C. Neuman S. L. Davis Indiana T. Newman A. R. Jenny B. F. Smith M. H. Simon L. I. Lady J. M. Reisser W. D. C. Day, Jr. T. W. Gannaway S. R. Parris H, B. Simmons Haller W. R. W. E. Cooper Bisaga J. J. Britt H. L. J. E. Kelsey W. W. Dicks G. F. Meyers, Jr. T. S. Carter P. Nonte E. R. Turner J. Lannutti P. A. T, E. Earl J. C. Williams A. I. MacLean A. J. Jones R. E. Gibson, Jr, Querry R. P. J. D. Davis B. D. Rocuskie K. R. Weems H. 0. Thursby F. Baque, III F. E. Smith, Jr. T. H. Banks R. A. Lakowicz W. H. Beckman R. G. Wolf R. L. Andrews Allen G. L. J. W. Cook D. L. Norris R. H. Smith Brennan E. D. W. Croysdale, II H. Schmehl W. P. F. M. Pugh W. M. Prunty L. H. Bowen D. K. Dement R. M. Brooks Jr. Sang, C. W. K. A. Williams J. S. Rerrnas G. A. Anderson J. O. Keller, Jr. J. M. Thompson E. A. Horvath J. R. Nelson, Jr. ALPHA OMICRON S. B. Donohue G. D. Barnes T. E. Kohl D. L. Schey Iowa State R. G. Mundy R. L. Sandhagen G. P. Cavenas T. E. Molnar W. E. Bray D. B. Furlong K. J. Dirkes D. P. Everhart C. V. Martin H. Giese S. L. Cavanah P. W. Gross R. C. Sledd Murray G. W. W. E. Parks E. 0. Fleming R. E. Hoover J. B. Brent C. J. Blackerby H. M. Byram D. W. Schreck W. P. Carey J. M. Ogden J. A. Eshleman W. F. Kuehne R. W. Bruce, Jr. W. W. Lovell S. T. Kirkpatrick Frame J. A. T. M. Shultz R. Lashbrook D. Radloff R. M. G. E. Dawson J. D. Dowen W. C. Dorm D. R. Jones G. A. Schlenk R. C. Cruthirds Barnard R. W. Kunau C. .J. W. L. Shute R. C. Reed BETA GAMMA R. D. Boyle K. M. Johnson L. J. Dicarlo Louisville ALPHA TAU R. S. Timmons C. W. Files Al, M. Patrick Rensselaer McCain M, E. Muller M, P. R. H. Griffin M. Schaffner D. J. Gamble R. H. Brand. J. W. Ward J. A. Peartree E. Richardson P. M. Summers 0. K. Christenson A. R. Zecca R. Y. Atlee Ruckriegle F. Bloomer D. R. J. W. G. Nechanicky P. D. Espostio R. H. Blackford R. A. Wingler S. E. Harper, Jr. R. 0. Lichtenstein M. S. Gennero, Jr. Yaple A. G. Patterson J. M. McNutt W. B. D. Foot D. A. Parsons M. H. Pietschker W. T. Richardson W. D. Robb C. L. Proescholdt M. W. Sellers B. R. Brown R. L. Stutz J. T. Cook C. Schram, Jr. D. A. Heydt A. R. Gneiser S. E. Evenbock R. T Connor R. Kottman G. R. Hess G. K. Palsgrove W. A. Reiners R. E. Krebs R. K. McKean J. E. Convey, Ill Mucher G. J. P. E. Bender J. L. Paddock, Jr. M. E. Olson J. J. Peirce, Jr. Goecker Hoffman I. W. H. D. Sheppard K. E. Spiker W. K. E. H, Robinson J. E. Wright BETA DELTA W. J. Rickert W. K. Steels D. F. Rogers R. R. Sturgeon Drake J. R. Carson P. D. Crissman Nelson F. N. Read B. R. Drager P. W. Cuff R. L. R. R. Horton D. A. Sears G. L. Ormont J. Legg, Jr. D. R. Haring W. A. McAuley G. F. Ross C, R. Orator C. K. Seachrist W. C. Winlock O'Sullivan K. T. Downey R. R. D. Howell C. Wary R. D. D. Rickert W. C. Cope K. R. Miller T. B. Barker E. J. Dimond J. W. Coons Fox, Jr. B. E. L. D. R. Dunham J. Hershman F. S. Schuchardt R. H. Casey Stephens J. D, L. N. Gabriel Brown R. T. Santangelo J. C. Gammell F. V. R. 0. Wagner R. N. Maguire W. D. McConaughy J. E. Dessenger L. S. Anich III Musch, H. A. Oldham G. G. W. Hungerford Heimark C. J. J. E. Mors L. F. Muller, Jr. J. A. Weber, Jr. S. T. Sparks P. A. Scaccia, Jr. K. R. Hook Hill G. W. P. H. Gilman D. S. Shook, III S. J. Pinkas J. P. Herb K. G. Pratt J. L. Feaster R. D. Gurley, Jr. R. D. Austin R. E. Stinogel L. 0. Albre, Jr. P. D. Try C. L. Seely W. V. Davies D. J. Lee Roberts A. W. D. A. Rapp D. K. Weisheit R. L. Sullivan J. D. McCully G. L. McCauslan R. C. Young R. T. Gnall C. WonderlY C. J. Rahman, Jr. M. C. Beveridge D. B. Walter D. R. Schaefer P. McGettigen J. J. Christensen Bohl E. F. H. I. Smith, Jr. W. G. Wyllie R. J. Moore D. E. Burkett G. D. Cook B. N. Swanson E. W. Langschwager D. B. Bales H. D. Osborne R, J. Lyons R. A. Clone H. J. Langschwager H. S, Paynter, II T. J. Hickey 0. Spencer K. T. J. III H. J, Winegar Wanko, J. R. Veeder B. Orcutt K. F. Koegler R. H. Doyle, IV T. R. Tucker E. J. Orcutt ALPHA OMEGA S. Martinez J. J. B. Benda J. S. Cohick J. J. Veak Oregon H. K. Holden J, R. Hattery J. D. Gardner W. S. Rosenberger D. R. Sayler N. D. Rowland J. J. Perfatti D. A. Duda A. G. Ruedy D. B. Dobson M. D. Neary SE. Fritz G. B. Graves R. J. Andrews M. U. Abendroth PHI ALPHA Ruzicka T. J. R. E. Davis E. J. Calocerinos IIT D. E. Hogan D. W. Brandt S. W. Holmes B. Dargue F. J. D. Hornbrook C. E. Rohmann N. M. Carver C. L. Ousel! C. 0. Coffman W. F. Rieke, Jr. Labiak J. Ruedy C. V. A. Carrougher G. H. F. Perlet, Jr. N. S. Weikel W. A. Rapetski P. B. Neary C. F. Pester W. R. Madden C. A. Schneckel R W. Nugent R. Gautier A. J. E. Tveite W. Seubert H, A. Bendorf E. N. Seed T. V. Vandawark F. R. Anibal A. Goldsmith D. G. Kells R. R. Brown G. J. Svehla R. H. Fanta G. T. Giardini J. G. Howard, Ill A. J. P. Wilson J. H. Sabin Miller R. W. D. D. Lasselle E. Whisler J. K. K. Galan F. J. McMullen H. M. Lettan A. J. Jungels K. Mount H. J. Zimmer J. C. Hendrix H. R. Meyer M. D. McDevitt J. F. Sturgeon S. C. Lynch Bouchard J. R. J. D. Miller A. E. Munn.. F. M. Parrish, Ill R. Nickel S. W. Winkleman W. M. Lester B. Paul B. J. Minetti J. D. Crawford A. E. Michyote, Jr, B. T. Sporn B. J. Howard W. R. Berger E. A. Kemp H. M. Anderson BETA ALPHA Nagel B. E. J. C Verlautz H, H. Meyer R. J. Bennink NJIT J. V. Roach Weston A. A. R. W. Overton, Ill II H. F. Dieter R. G. Elston, D. G.Snyder D. Dropkin S. M. Lakis H. E. Weingartner T. E. Park C. A. Gorshkoff Kirkland, Jr. B. F. Legg W. G. R. Berkowitz M. L. Allen, Jr. .1. J. Parrish W. Oakenall J. P. Sachs M. J. O'Brien L. J. Bolvig C. D. Cummings BETA EPSILON Olson Sokate S. F. L. R. Jr. Peterson, W. H. B. L. Croucher A. J. Pensa Missouri 0. J. Salamone G. E. Schober T. K. Snyder W. J. Troeller, Jr. T. S. Raines Brookhaven Hobbling Van J. E. D. J. M. Bernstein R. W. Nechanicky C. D. Behringer R. M. Persyn J. R. Albright R. E. Belke Kirchgessner J. R. J. F. Boette K. C. Knapp G. C. Williamson W. J. Sturm E. A. Donkers T. K. Hood D. C. Doerscher G. A. Carleton, 111 F. B. Boyd, Jr. Stahl! Woodling A. W. C. J. D. H. Farmer, Jr. P. J. O'Brien W. E. Eisele G. E. Hyde, Jr. W. D. Geaslen R. W. Wolfe J. G. Paull A. L. Koenig T. J. Tett W. T. Richards Linske D. C. L. A. Strata T. C. Troia R. E. Nugent A. A. Brodkey J. B. Wade J. S. Urban H. J. Holleman E. Rebula E. S. Mayland, Jr. H. D. Dirksen L. G. Trucial! R. F. Kroh W. J. Plichta J. Keough J. B. Peck C. Sproch C. 0. Dilley, Jr. K. Kubak K. J. Peterson S. M. Perle F. M. Signor R. A. McFall P. J. Bouckaert Jr. Snodgrass, B. Larson J. R. D. J. C. Pedu C. J. Hecker D. K. Little J. L. Lichtenberg V. E. Oravetz, Jr. B. W. Seiwell R. G. Sidelko V. W. Fendrich F. E. Norman D. G. Alicknavitch E. W. Bisone 0. Jensen ALPHA PI M. A. Castellano D. A. Williams, Jr. J. M. Helm ALPHA UPSILON C. B. Mayforth, Jr Semmes S. L. Denny J. D. Blain R. G. Douglas Drexel H. Peace S. R. Lauer E. E. Hendrikse R. S. Pribula N. J. Cavagnaro Jr. D. Gilchrist, D. J. Kunze R. D. Brusco E. A. Kaschins J. H. McCann A. B. Steele W. B. Dickens M. P. Lefever R. A. Mason R. L. Peterson J. W. Dehnler A.0. Hansen J. C. Ebb D. Roberts D. Jr. Wilson, E. K. R. A. Gregory R. E. Oberholtzer J. H. Clarke, Jr. J. A. Johnston E. J. Klebaur, Jr. W. E. Stepan S. A. Wilson J. E. Morrissey ETA BETA F. W. Widlak R. Spinelli S. A. Smith R. F. Maggio ALPHA RHO Florida State R. J. Deader° R. B. Stevens D. S. Greer W. J. Griffin West Virginia J. Chapski A. L. Pinnow W. L. Stillwaggon E. F. Schofield W. Jarrell F. N. Eskesen. Jr. W. F. Divoky H. Coleman, Jr. H. E. Duckham, Jr. J. C. Wilson, Jr. B. M. Eaton H. Schmidt P. Anderson R. K. A. W. Tunnell, Jr. F. X. Schmoller P. F. Fisher R. P. Gillis F. Becker, Jr. P. E. Ostrander J. A. Bader J. A. Miele E. R. Smith L. B. Vocelle P. J. Orban R. B. Porter, Jr. J. F. Rittenhouse R. D. Dalziel J. M. Adkins

A. P. Wagner J. A. Jones G. F. Briner C. B. Phillips C. C. Curley, Jr. M. D. Harris R. A. Gundrum J. R. Haley R. H. Baker L. Patterson L. Davis, Jr. P. J. W. Williams W. C. Gwinner R. M. Guillot H. R. Stover M. J. Whisnant J. H. Ressler C. E. D. Morgan P. E. Willhide C. M. Wood S. L. Davis, Jr. J. L. Kelly B. E. McIntyre E. A. Daily A. L. Parry, Jr. Dicus., Jr. F. E. Warner T. P. Roberts P. McCarthy J. Jr. Roddick, F. G. E. J. Hathaway F. H. Hawthorne R. Yeager E. G. M. Whitley R. E. Plymyer A. J. Collins R. H. Auman K. L. Ferrell K. N. Flodin P. T. Persons B. E. Raymond W. B. Smith G.0. Herold D. G. Penner R. E. Thornton Pearson J. H. R. W. Moyer W. F. Ford H. D. White T. W. Fuller R. B. Craine, Jr. L. L. Stone, Jr. H. C. O'Connor, Jr. E. B. Flodwell, Jr, H. Kingsland T. C. R. Adcox R. C. Austin 1. W. Gordon G. W. Fasic J. G. Mitchell D. R. Fischer F. W. Carroll R. C. Heim J. H. Hendry W. F. Exley W. E. Colburn S. Holmes T. Jr. Vann, H. W. C. P. Schooley B. S. Reed F. W. Martin R. C. Ward J. G. Schrnucker, Ill F. M. Vann W. Simon, Ill W. G. Amos M. P. Ranc, Jr. W. Cox J. H. Williamson 1. E. Reeves, Jr. OS.Stevens, Jr. 8.8. Carothers, Jr. S. G. Krepps, V J. G. Beatty E. B. Hoffman, Jr. N. D. McClure, IV L. J. Shue N. C. Porter, Jr. H.Schaffner G. Jr. H.S. Kearns, J. D. Funk B. K. Kennedy W. J. Vernon, Jr. F. R. Eubanks J. E. Schuler W. S. Shenk J. 0. Christiansen, Jr. C. J. Scott J. F. Kieser, Jr. D. C. Stoddard E. Korecky W. W. Urquhart B. C. Anderson S. W. Irby D. R. Forbes B. A. Evans, Jr. J. E. Kirkendall, Jr. J. C. Turchek J. D. McManus W. W. Jones, Jr. C. S. Blackledge, Jr, D. A. Kearney J. R. Buckwalter, Jr. D. M. Walker R. P. Kebert J. D. Wolsoncroft T. J. Yoho D. A. Marshall D. B. Holman A. B. Hammond W. F. Sirocky R. G. Robie J. M. Rodgers D. T. Kendrick D. S. Mizell W. S. Taylor S. C. Botta W. L. Chortler K. L. Shanar J. A. Flanagan, Jr. J. Forehand J. T. Hartzell J. F. Mostoller P. C. Collier D. K. Eboch D. A. Simpson P.O. Heppner R. B. Propst M. Asnen Fowler D. A. F. J. Lynn, Ill G. N. Tobia M. A. Gardocki R. C. Watson H. E. Smyzer, Ill E. H. Burkart M. S. Singel J. S. Ottaway T. I. Kraybill J. 0. Zipperer, III D. B. Wilson R. P. McCoy D. J. Stallard D. A. Long F. H. Fisher W. S. Baker J. G. Prokopik P. F. Dodds S. J. Haddon M. A. Brown J. P. Burke R. J. Todd C. E. Sorg, Jr. A. D. Snyder ALPHA KAPPA W. C. Rakowich Michigan J. M. Craine E. B. Schermerhorn ALPHA NU K. J. Nagelkirk Ohio State D. C. Green F. B. Case J. R. Crandall F. L. Rooney G. J. Heinzelman H. A. Pullen R. C. Newhouse R. A. Edwards E. R. Stickel J. M. Gibson ES.Wells H. C. Hotchkiss W. P. Ansley C. E. O'Mara W. G. Baldenhofer H. R. Smith, Jr. R. A. Miller E. W. Keck K. D. Weber H. C. Davis ALPHA LAMBDA C. A. Stickel Mississippi H. H. Henrie C. D. Hablitzel OS.Cathey P. W. Albrecht B. P. Mauldin F. E. Archer T. B. Newman, Jr. J. H. Tabb ALPHA XI W. C. Thomas PINY W. B. Hopson B. S. Henry F. E. Lowrance J. E. Ward J. H. Rose, Jr. T. J. Rosetti W. S. Griffin VS.Warren W. B. Cruzen B. B. Sayle L. C. Miles J. W. Stephens ALPHA MU Penn State R. M. Atkinson J. H. Weinberger M. M. Keck R. B. Craine, Sr. J. M. Alter R. P. Strickland G. J. Spahr E. W. Murphy R. E. Zimmerman C. E. Kirkendall R. C. Kid ffor J. F. Kieser, Sr. D. H. Porter E. H.Zacharias, Jr. L. S. Reiff E. C. Miller P. M. Borg E. E. Davies G. G. Turner A. R. Yerkes D. Jones C. H. Case, Jr. J. P. Lonberger J. D. Brisbane W. E. Diefenderfer L. B. Grube W. R. Walker R. M.Smith L. M. Knot, R. F. Bush

W. L. Friend R. W. Gillespie A. R. Muller T. J. Odea A. G. Gallon M. A. Ebertin M. F. Hornung R. P. Brady P. J. Hauth H. W. Nintzel J. E. McCooey H. R. Bredfeldt B. -lawn J. H. Ripel R. J. Magg M. G. Power W. Delnicki S. C. Harazim G. A. Peet W. J. Littles W. T. Roney, Jr. A. W. Johnson J. E. Flaherty P. G. Hooker K. J. McCort P. W. Dillon V. Digiovanni F. M. Herbert, Ill F. C. Hetzer H. A. Backofen, III R. T. Currie P. J. Giant. J. Larose R. Demarino W. J. Prinzivalli C. L. Stehle J. Didonato T. G. May R. Noni R. D. Sarcona L. T. Destefano E. F. Hughes, Jr. P.M. Tierney J. J. Plunkett R. J. Koerner G. H. Scheibner J. F. Fuchs J. Caban J. G. Greer M. R. Isaacs B. J. Elowsky G. Bugliarello E. Akuma F. C. Kreiling

H. G. Martin G. P. Auldridge R. L. Harper R. lard H. D. Griffin L. K. Warring T. G. Williams J. 0. Park, Jr. G. W. Hodel P. E. Farley

C. P. Cannon J. R. Andrews W. N. Libertore C. B. Sutton P. L. Bentley R. V. Whealton W. W. Wheeler B, D. Roberson C. J. Miller D. J. Schulz W. F. Willis Moore A. P. L. Ritchie R. NU GAMMA A. Brown M. P. Gardner M. D. Bennett LaGrange F. H. Cothern L. L. Leonard D. C. Bennett R. D. McKenzie Pauly W. Keith, Jr. H. W. C. Menge T. J. J. B. Trotter D. E. Wigginton R. K. Gosnell H. E. Stoats, II T. M. Potty R. Laden C. Proctor, Jr. L. F. W.0. Mims, Jr. D. C. Turner R. 0. Cannon W. L. Dawkins C, H. Robinson K. R. Craft BETA CHI J. H. Mitchell A. J. Smith T, H. Walkup S. L. Stafford East Texas State R. E. Cole D. T. Currie, Jr. P. D. Neal M. C. Doves, Jr. U. C. Maros Jr. Ackis, W. K. Perkins F. T. S. F. Erwin C. Jones DELTA ALPHA D. E. Mink D. W. Decoleines, III C. M. Hensley J. Mountjoy VPI Furs L. R. J. H. Petty J. S. Christian B. W. Fishel T. L. Dixon DELTA MU W. P. Martin GAMMA XI J. 0. Craft, Jr. G. L. Richards Methodist J. B. Yount, III GA Southwestern R. B. Shaver W. E. Patterson G. G. Morrison, Jr. S. C. Davis, Jr. J. C. Witt R. R. Castona, Jr. J. N. Crist L. T, Creech, Sr. P. C. McEntire L. E. Daniel M. W. Gillmer J. C. Ramsey, III J. T. Blackman R. Y. Pharr D. M,Tipping G. S. Rogers R. W. Dulaney A. H. Nisbet D. W. Kehler J. L. Earley W. S. Parlett T. R. Rakes D. W. SLIP. , L. D. Schoelerman R. Depriter, Jr. J. E. Bryant, III Miley GAMMA ZETA S. R. McCord C.0. Myers, Jr. West Virginia Tech DELTA NU BETA DELTA W. H. Fisch BETA PSI Western Kentucky North Georgia W. L. Finney Tennessee Wesleyan P. R. Oneacre R. L. Beggarly C. J. Stone B. L. Champion Austin J. B. R. B. Feiner C. W. Hutzler N. Bishop T. J. Sabetta, Jr. H. L. Dennis J. B. Pond D. M. Childers L. C. Huskey J. T. Simpson, Jr. B. E. Miller, Ill D. L, Himaisen W. C. Penniman DELTA XI B. W. Pope H. H. Vaughn, Jr. D. W. Scott F. D. Wieser, Jr. North Alabama J. Rodgers P. Jr. Taylor, B. F. Prinzbach L. D. B. A.Saunders B. N. Gardner B. H. Hamrick R. K. Kelly H. G. Neil, Jr. M. W. Williams Strange A. J. Hall W. M. D. C. Neidert J. W. Garbow K. T. Tucker M. A. Brennen J. T. Cherry, Jr. R. E. Isom E. Saunders H. Driver, Ill Goletz J. E. E. T. Rachel:, Ill R. Michael J. S. Concino Jr. K. Abbott Nicholson, 0. G. T. Jenkins R. G. T. W. McGrew S. T. Drumheller V. T. Young, Jr. R. P. Heirnerich, Jr. H. G. Holcomb K. W. Smith I. W. Butt, Jr. Z. Womack Jr. U. Matharly, G. W. J. F. Heindel H. M. Queener S. A. Pirkle GAMMA OMICRON T. J. Persia M. C. Paterno D. E. Warren D. W. Carter Bethel J. D. Miller DELTA OMICRON C. L, Samples BETA OMEGA S. A. Kraycar Nicholls State S. L. Ford McGrady M. M. Jr. Franz, State Tennessee A. G. East A. H. Bright J. J. Brocavich M. I. Cochran D. A. Champagne Gilmore E. W. Bender G. W. D. E. Skaggs B. C. Brown K. J. Defelice C. A. Cecchini J, M. Wilson M. E. Riley R. R. Palmer T. J. Benoit D. W. Morris J. Crawford C. A. Rickenbach E. M. Taylor D. Mullin J. Moultrie P. R. M. La. B. D. R. Strader B. R. Starnes D. Blum A. T. Storey J. W. Woods, Ill B. T. Williams Olin J. J. J. M. Depaz GAMMA PI J. N. Boronkay, Jr. L. J. Sigefoos P. F. Longstreth T. E. Barcroft, Ill NW State IOK) R, L. Ashley J. S. Jones T. 0. Craton, Jr. D. M. Jones M. B. Claman DELTA Pb J. M. Andrew B. L. Pitts R. G.Strader R. G. Yackanin Wright State J. Scare S. Kweller C. H. F. A. James S. B. Miller, 11 D. W. Nicholson W. M. Taylor A. D. Kiser, 11 E. M. Murphy R. A. Prewitt Pickett M. R. F. D. Masters B. K. Rockwell J. D. Bingham GAMMA RHO GAMMA ETA J. J. Short, Jr. B. A. Lindsay T. L. Childers Lander Athens J. R. Combs B. A. Hollingworth T. E. Siceloff D. C. Lehman R. E. Butler, Jr. DELTA GAMMA L. A. Lernsky R. K. Miller R. E. Waugh Nebraska - Omaha J. T. Lusk W. J. Kelly T. G. Atchley D. Brown T. S. L. Byrd H. Lobeir GAMMA ALPHA D. W. Bowling, Jr. D. C. Dvorak P. F. Lambrakos Livingston RHO DELTA K. A. Liesche, Jr. D. Ayers E, R. Miranda Southern California M. E. Byrne R. R. Coleman D. H. Littell, IV BETA SIGMA J. L. Alexander R. W. Witzig T. W. Gettys T. S. Reinke Northern Illinois D. J. Cyr R. W. Nicholson R. A. Buschelman L. R. Osborne R. W. Slaybaugh, II A. D. Wapner J. C. Baynes Young R. G. F. Alberts D. D. Firkins L. H. Dreyfus' Brown H. T. DELTA DELTA R. W. Craft R. L. McNutt R. C. Hulka S. Anderson J. B. C. Wager NE State IMO) W. J. Anderson T. E. Coats W. P. Taylor GAMMA SIGMA GAMMA THETA D. P. Drew E. Corber R. H. E. Pettis W. J. Picone Armstrong North Carolina • E. A. Lang, III J. P. Gates R. L. Morgan Wilmington BETA TAU M. R. Peterson B. V. Crigger R. D. Crissinger, Jr. R. M. Hammond Valdosta S. M. Petra. F. L. Fuller W. B. Kirby J. L. Casobolt D. A. Leonard J. J. Clancy J. W. Roebuck K. Walls, Jr. 0. Rennells W. R. J. G. Johnson M. W. Coen P. W. Smith W. E. Dalton GAMMA TAU D. W. Girard J. E. Tyson E. J. Carrico Huguley J. B. Gary G. G. North Texas J. K. Bowman S. C. Houston R. K, Poole K. C. Harrell Jr. Kimberly, R. J. H. H. Wilford DELTA SIGMA C. A. Tillman, Ill J. M. Corcoran R. M. Williams E. A. Ward DELTA EPSILON Bowling Green J. J. Charles R. T. Gore G. L. Harbin J. C. Odom, Jr. Jacksonville IAL) T. M, Tartt H. C. Merritt, Jr. Russell W. T. J. T. Brooks K. T. Seward W. C. Davis J. A. Janes L. K. Bunn C. J. McSpadden W. J. Fedele GAMMA BETA J. M. Sondey B. 0. Turner J. W. Bishop Anderson D. C. R. Wilcox, Jr. Old Dominion R. E. Formaini, Jr. M. J. Wilson W. V. Settle, III H. G. Wilkins J. R. Anderson, Jr. R. E. Uzzell, Jr. L. W. Thomas T. A. Haddock H. D. Buttram, Jr. J. A, Hilton P. L. Meador L. H. Harris P. A. Coughlin, Jr. T. M. Tidwell K. M. Lotosky D. L. Dixon R. E. Parker GAMMA UPSILON R. C. Cleaveland 0. W. Harris D. E. Myers L. A. Beverly, Jr. W. K. Auten Oklahoma State J. R. Glisson L. S. Jones T. E. Terbizan W. C. Bright, Jr. M. A. Mason T. E. Nelson G. H. Yeckley N. W. Chalmers G. A. Herig K. E. Oshel L, Moronz F. a Holland J. B. Majka GAMMA IOTA R. P. Sober J. L. Wildes, Jr. C. C. Carter DELTA TAU W. G. Jenkins LSU A. B. Elliott H. S. Singletary T. G. Mullendore J1111106 Madison University L. H. Richard, Jr. J. W. Johnston J. M. Smith R. A. Stewart R. A. Magoon J. L. Lanai. P. M. Maltby W. R. Touchton B. D. Baldwin T. L. Bachas L. D. Simmons, Jr. W. M. Goodson W. E. Taylor DELTA ZETA J. P. Keilsohn R. P. Bishop B. H. Walker A. D. Jones M. E. DeMott Appalachian M. W. Moroney C. E. Brady, Ill M. G. Porche S. S. Spradling W. J. Heath BETA UPSILON E. H. Joy G. J. Flick, Jr. M. E. Whitlaw A. E. Stanfield A. L. Mullen, III Virginia D. M. Midgett C. J. Rogers D. M. Amos K. R. Davis R. G. Howard GAMMA KAPPA W. K. Kiner Jr. McKinney, D. M. R. K. Alldredge L. A. Hamlett, Jr. F. E. Machnick, Jr. Georgia Southern D. M. Cahalen W. R. Arledge, Jr. D. B. Kimball, Jr. R. B. Allyn, III G. G. Robinson R. E. Bernard DELTA UPSILON J, B. Browning • B. J. Lamond J. F. Riggs J. J. Jackson E. H. Reese University of Pittsburgh F. J. Riggins D. T. Shackelford M. W. Nesmith J. A. Standridge Ouellette G. R. S. S. Applegate J. C. VanCleve, III Abner D. A. C. L. Purdurn 0, J. McNeill H. E. Simon W. H. Brinkman W. W. Ridgely S. S. Bishop GAMMA PHI B. P. Davis D. B. Lewis, Jr. C. Mackenzie J. W. Boatright South Alabama DELTA PHI D. D. Slesnick, 11 J. M. Porter Burns C. W. DELTA ETA Radford College J. H. Long, Jr. J. E. Prillaman J. W. Odom, Jr. Hartwell D. A. Morehead W. Couper Jr. P. C. Davenport, F. B. Wilson, Jr. S. R. Farrell R. G. VanRyper J. G. Payne, IV M. B. Carlson A. F. Jesolnik L. H. Green L. M. Jones J. M. Ballenger J. G. Graham, III J. E. Simonik T. C. Sapp F. M. Dulin W. R. Hughon R. E. Main, Jr. D. W. Spanka J. M. Bednarek J. C. Waldrop N. Hawkins D. T. Jackson R. D. Opp, Ill J. B. Harold, Jr. D. E. McNiece, Jr. Kring L. Tomlin 5, H. G. R. H. Sheppard GAMMA GAMMA W. M. Draggers D. H. Williams M. E. Rainwaters Troy M. J. Walsh DELTA CHI M. L. Parrish J. W. Wells S. F. White T. G. Brown Kansas State E. E. Griffin, III Draughn J. W. M. R. Perry Adams G. Namay J. D. L. P. B. Smith F. D. Havard J. P. McClendon, Jr J. L. Sawyer J. B. Rose, Ill S. L. Dreiling K. E. Webb DELTA THETA G. E. Bates T. Freeman M. S. McGill Mars Hill J. T. Hill C. R. Cloninger, Jr. GAMMA LAMBDA J. D. Koester R. K. Hiss G. L. Chastang C. D. Howell T. L. Rouse M. B. Sheehy Missouri • Rolla C. F. Heffner, Ill R. S. Griffith E. B. Southall R. J. Huber Sr. Powell, P. W. S. S. Moore Studyvin EPSILON ALPHA W. G. GAMMA CHI Elan GAMMA DELTA G. F. Shipp W. C. Wiswell DELTA IOTA (FL) Jacksonville Memphis T. J. Spencer State J. U. Nichols Tennessee Middle BETA PHI LOTITli A. W. P. L. Stynchcomb East Carolina W. J. Anthony, II P. K. Scherrer M. L. Potts J. P. Hunter MEMBERS AT LARGE W. T. Siebert M. R. Schnettler R. V. Moreno R. D. Wallace D. C. Ray, II R. E. Lafferty Jr, Gioia, P. M. Hanley P. C. R, H. Baldwin, Ill W. H. Lewis, Jr. M. H. Herbstreith A. E. Vazquez R. A. Mosher K. R. Hunter M. M. Broward A. B. Fearing W. E. Holland R, A. Mullin G. G. Skitek A. Greuling S. T. Alford M. F. Barefoot R. E. Montgomery Bentzinger R. Orcutt M. R. T. J. Hicks G. A. Vanasek D. G. Skitek M. F. Strocchi DELTA KAPPA R. S. Woodrow T. G. Bird G. L. Hale Pembroke L. M. Hutty D. W. McLawhorn T. L. Carter Schneider G. N. Jr. Wilson, V. J. D. C. Frazier B. R. Weaver, Jr. D. K. Harbert R. Norman S. A. Jones D. M. Lye. M. N. Dacus, Jr. S. E. Hale L. BelikofI R. R. Siegfried L. R. Creswell W. H. Coalson A. Wilkins J. PSI GAMMA 1, T, Yopp, Ill C. T. Humphreys N. M. Derickson, Jr. P. Floyd D. Augusta M. G. McGuirk Everson L. D. R. D. Picolet J. M. Burt P. B. Wood E. S. Harris LAMBDA DELTA Damian° F. R. S. Fuller J, E. Younger M. J. Stocker NC • Charlotte E. S. Banks, Jr. B. A. Keel I:, H. Groves MU GAMMA J. M. Terry, Jr. J. D. Hopkins D. C. Kelley Belmont Abbey M. E. Ashley F. D. Judson C. A. Maras GAMMA OMEGA J. K. Norris GAMMA EPSILON Fiche A. G. CT. Bohler, Ill Montevallo J. F. Hallow, Jr. Western Carolina G. F. Kusic R. J. Dumont!, III G. W. Daniels W. S. Grizzard, Jr. J. E. Stemple P. M. Barton R. A. Brewster L. Y. Ramsey

T. E. Taylor BETA MU L. F. Symmes McNees' S. W. Rickards L. Almerico M. B. Clarkson R. C. Lukas E. M. Potratz Fernandez G. G. J. R. Airhart J. E. Nettles T. W. Pool B. Stilwell, Jr. T. E. Wright, Jr. H. J. Scarborough S. S. Miller C. L. Delk B. Hebert P. A. Brown J. R. Colee S. N. Guidry F. E. Diulus, Jr. J. M. Lloyd BETA NU M. J. O'Farrell Houston L. J. Leslie R. B. Boersma C. A. Bond R. B. Geoghagen R. H. Patterson, Jr. J. W. Guy G. W. Hollingsworth S. M. Shackelford D. E. Kelley R. L. Irwin R. A. Viguerie W. W. Malphrus J. W. Newman, Jr, BETA XI W. L. Welch Central Michigan S. C. Frasier C. W. MacMillin D. E. Perry C. E. Shipley, Jr. D. M. Valerie R. L. Perkins C. Karnacnos F. M. Ryll, Jr. J. L. Schnepp C. M. Wilson W. K. McKenzie L. A. Bodiford K. W. Smith R. P. Costin B. R. Wiltse R. B. Morgan E. A. Morrow K. Rouse D. R. Dewaard P. J. F. Newell K. G. Clough J. 0. Sipperley C. A. Hornberg M. G. O'Dair F. Cereska D. N. D. Stoddard S. J. Thatcher H. E. McCall, Jr. J. E. Ramseyer C. D. Chao D. G. Dawson F, E Berzon M. F. Webster J. T. Graham, Jr. J. D. Brasie F. L. Hoffmann R. G. Bromley S. M. Wilson, Jr. D. E. Clappison G. E. Boyer J. R. Brooks M. W. Hines Jr. Beavers, T. W. BETA OMICRON W. E. Gregory NM. State • La. D. V. Allen J. D. Bultman P. Rochette, Jr. R. L. Sargent P. G. Durham, Jr. S. A. Aiello J. C. Peltier W. A, Tillman J. G. Oden J. M, Holler G. P. Fink D. A. Podgor A. Bachman M. E. Johnson M. W. Robinson M. W. Waters W. Traylor, Jr, W. P. W. Lott S. Roach C. D. New J. B. Newman BETA PI Eastern Michigan BETA THETA Arizona F. L. Rafferty R. P. Brumbaugh C. E. DeLeuw, Jr. A, W. Vance, Jr. J. F. Rice BETA IOTA Toledo J. J. Connors, Jr. A. B. Mungons T. E. Bokan N. J. Montagino J. F. Ritzenthaler R. W. Schiller R. H. Smalley, Jr. P. J. Rapp R. D. Conley D. D. Deckrosh R. N. Lindner W. C. O'Shea G. H. Hershman P. C. Simmon R. Wheeler W. T. Mower G. K. Dunaway J. L. Eisenmann D. D. McEwen R. E. Kagy J. W. White, Jr. M. E. Anderson C. D. Stahl A. M. Black C. A. Myers BETA KAPPA Georgia State 0. R. Word D. E. Perkins R. E. Suddath, Jr. J. B. Whitley C, B. Doss, Jr. P. J. Phillips C. A. Cathey J. C. Cornett R. L. Strickland J. W. Baldwin D. R. Ferguson C. E. Pickren D. C. Coale, Jr. R. A. Gouge J. E. Laughlin D. M. Barnes BETA LAMBDA Tampa E. C. Stivender A. A. Austin W. K. Baker T. E. Bissonnette E. E. Garrison, Jr. W. B. Hippenmeier S. J. Krist C. R. Powers J, A. Harnett C. R. Milian R. C. Swirbul P. C. Elrod R. A. Myers W. G. Birch R. C. Bradley F. Burns R. M. Griffin, Jr. J. K. Neve R. 11, Pinson, Jr. G. J. Romano A. H. Dowd R. G. Obmann W. P. Silvania R. T. Gagnon N. Dellavalle G. J. Cooper B. A. Samuels J. M. Salvatore C. T. Miltiades E. Romanino P. Stevens J. P. Weis

W. C. Ealy J. R. Coble S. T. Hicks W. L. Bullock T. M. Edwards M. T. Auten S. F. Ayers B. L. Parrish, Jr.



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Charterings: Seton Hall Delaware Southern Tech

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Colonizations: Fairfax, Virginia George Mason Sumter, South Carolina Francis Marion Lawrence, Kansas Kansas ck, Texas Lubbo Texas Tech is, Tennessee Memph Christian Brothers College lle, Kentucky Louisvi Louisville


Death of a Chapter heart in this chapter receptive to these feelings. The heart had long since abandoned any feelings of warm thoughts for each other. All was left in the heart was the love for their own happiness and comfort. None of the members of the chapter had any thoughts of hope for their chapter; all were convinced that it was a lost cause. These guys, in their early contact with fraternity (the pledgeship) weren't given the necessary tools to prepare them for the hard times, but were forced to play humiliating games and had all types of pranks pulled on them. Is this really worth fighting for? Apparently not! The chapter was also lacking in "faith," which is the basis of all beliefs on earth. They had nothing to ensure them that brothers were behind them all the way, and would help them in any and every way to build the chapter again, because all they faced in "pledgeship" was ridicule, harassment, and constant prank-pulling by the active chapter.

Good Scholarship is reward in itself Each chapter of Pi Kappa Phi is entitled to have one of its members recognized as its "top" scholar. This individual chapter recognition of scholastic excellence is acknowledged by the Student Lamp Award. This award is presented annually by Dr. Warren Robb, the Chairman of the National Education Committee. For the 1979-80 school year the Fraternity is pleased to recognize the following recipients: Thomas Maskell Lou Stephens David Travis Edward Reese John Mahler, Jr. Allen Bradley Richard Milan Robert Harris Babur Kilic Omicron Robert Waymouth Rho Bryan Anderson Sigma Kyle Douglas Tau William Leonard Upsilon Steve Medina Chi Robert Parsons Omega Jeffrey Strickland Alpha Alpha Jay Morris Alpha Gamma Henry Miyares Alpha Epsilon Mark Vegh Alpha Zeta Steve Krotzer Alpha Eta Mark Piotrowski Alpha Theta Charles Wright Alpha Iota Allen Snyder Alpha Mu Kenneth Taylor Alpha Xi Steven Tait Alpha Omicron D. J. Ross Alpha Rho Douglas Hughes Alpha Sigma Perry Makris Alpha Tau John Frye Alpha Upsilon Riaz Moledina Alpha Phi Dennis Rose Alpha Psi David Sardinha Beta Beta J. Michael Bertroche Beta Delta Christopher Callahan Beta Epsilon Allen Risley Beta Eta Tim Lewandowski Beta Iota Wayne Cooke Beta Kappa Mark Steinbrick Beta Lambda Hubert Gibson Beta Mu Dennis Clarkston Beta Omicron John Sapp Beta Tau Steven Carroll Beta Upsilon John Tandler Lund Sox Beta Phi Mark Jones Beta Chi Selby Shivers Beta Psi Charles Pierce Beta Omega James Patrenos Gamma Alpha Stephen Robinson Gamma Beta Rick Hansen Gamma Gamma Gamma Delta Bradford Koeneman Curtis Goldsmith Gamma Epsilon Steve Krowkowski Gamma Zeta Roy Boyd, Jr. Gamma Kappa Mark Foreman Gamma Lambda Russell Roux Gamma Mu Wesley Long Gamma Nu Tom Rigsby Gamma Xi William Gardner Gamma Rho David Gaskin Gamma Sigma Robert Phillips Gamma Upsilon Mark Mitchell Gamma Phi Craig Mauldin Gamma Psi Larry Williams Gamma Omega George Rowland Delta Alpha Gerald Koon Delta Beta John Griffith• Delta Gamma Timothy Ernst Delta Delta David Owen Delta Zeta David Jones Delta Eta Gregory McIver Delta Kappa Timothy Blackwell Delta Lambda Steven Estok Delta Nu Terry Richardson Delta Xi Clyde Redmond, II Delta Omicron Michael Quinn Delta Pi Mark Krach Delta Sigma Mark Rider Delta Tau Earl Cassell Delta Phi Randall Mader Delta Chi Gary Cox Delta Psi Michael Salmon Epsilon Gamma Stephen Whitener Epsilon Epsilon

Alpha Beta Zeta Iota Kappa Lambda Xi

The final finding of the coroner was that the chapter had only used the fraternity as a "retreat from society," and only wanted .to be entertained. All these final findings by the coroner were reinforced by the "pledgeship." When I read the findings and studied the history of the chapter, I found that this was not a result of chapter size. This death occurred when it was at its zenith. The disease that caused the death of this chapter was inherited from past members and it's often referred to as "tradition: 'we did it and the pledges are going to have to do it.'"I refer to this disease in its most common vernacular as "hazing"; the coroner referred to it as "pledgeship" in his report. In some chapters both hazing and pledgeship are synonymous. I once read a research paper on the subject of "hazing" and the author advised all doctors to place these chapters afflicted with the disease on the endangered species list, because they are rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth. These chapters are disappearing because no longer are they able to reproduce and find others who want to carry on. No longer are they able to find "men" willing to put up with the harassment and ridicule that these chapters were putting "new members" through. When I look over the principles of fraternalism, I see such things as brotherhood, service, scholarship, brotherly love, honest friendship, and others; but when I looked at this chapter's "pledgeship," I saw none of these principles being practiced or taught to the "new members."

be found all over. Fraternalism can only be found in a "good" fraternity experience. The chapter died after a long illness, with no sad songs being sung or with no regrets.

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In summation, I would like to say that all of us need to "get back to the basics" of fraternalism. Let's go back to the actual principles we were founded upon, and teach our new members the true value of the experience. Fraternity is brotherhood, fraternity is love, fraternity is teaching leadership skills and improvment of the minds of people. Fraternity is authentic service to others; and fraternity is reaching out and caring about someone other than yourself. Hazing (harassment, ridicule) can

The chapter I am referring to is .. . --- any of us who is unwilling to lay down all vestige of hazing.


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Thomas F. Mosimann of Alpha Chapter, Charleston, is shown posing with his Golden Legion certificate. He was presented the award by John Wilson, Emory.

The Golden Legion award is presented to Brother Joseph R. Burritt of Psi Chapter at Cornell University by William T. Mawer of Beta Iota (Toledo).

Roy W. Overton, Ill (Beta Delta, Drake) presents the Golden Legion award to James Scott Brown, Alpha Omicron, Iowa State University.

Edgar L. Routzong (Alpha Nu, Ohio State) pictured at right receives his Golden Legion award from Gordon L. Nord (Omega, Purdue).

GOLDEN LEGION The men listed and pictured on this page have been honored as distinguished citizens of Pi Kappa Phi. They represent the maturity of their chapter and their fraternity. Each of them has been remembered on the 50th Anniversary of their being initiated in Pi Kappa Phi. This recogni• tion is in the form of a handsome plaque and the designation of Golden Legion. Many shingles were presented in person by another member of Pi Kappa Phi. The intent is for all to be so presented. Some, due to various reasons, were mailed. Here the fraternity is pleased to again acknowledge these beloved members.

Mr. Francis Dwyer (right) of Eta Chapter at Emory receives his Golden Legion certificate from V. Hain Huey of Omicron Chapter at a Birmingham Alumni luncheon held at the Downtown Club. Mr. Dwyer is a retired president of Gulf States Life Insurance Company and is now busy with the management of his real estate holdings.

ALPHA- Charleston John Tender CLAIM° Andrew Alexander Kroeg Thomas Francis Mosirnann, Jr. George Ansel Nelson Ward Joseph RerningtOn James Babcock Watson BETA • PresbYterree Carl William Adams Thomas Jacks Blalock Ben W. Covington Robert Stocker Crawford James Gregor& Frampton Melmoth Hemp Hunter, Jr. James %kelt Leland James Calvin McCaskill James William Milam, Jr. Furman Barrett Pinson. Jr.

GAMMA • California • Berkeley Bernard James Cahill Joseph Francis Dolan, Jr, Jack Nolo Downer Robert Henry Frank Stephen John Frye Alfred Orville Gibbs Darrel Stewart Howell Gordon Wilburne Richmond Richard Hart Steuben

DELTA • Furman

The Golden Legion certificate is presented to George A. Carleton, Ill, right, by Richard J. Gol'mar (Purdue) for recognition of his membership. Carleton was initiated into the Alpha Xi Chapter at the Polytechnic Institute of New York.

Walter Harold Arnold Green Harp Cleveland Robert Andrew Crawford, Jr. Rob Vernon Filer Walter Abbott Goodale James Alexander Harris William Cary Kendrick Bernard Moore Lipscomb Thomas Franklin McAfee, Jr. James Kelly Nelson WrIliam Ellsworth Phelps, Jr. Charles Lewis Reser Manuel James Rogers Clarence Cooper Sanders, Jr. Robert Roper Scales, Jr. Smith LeRoy Sellers Joseph Barnett Workman, Jr. John Harrell Young EPSILON • Davidson John Edward Boyd Madison Reeves Pope Paul Frederic Warren

Armand Banks Alexander, Jr Arlie Harris Chamberlin, Jr. Dewitt Greenwood Henson William Amos Jones John Rhodes Mitchell Will Hill Newton, II George Wilson Page James Marvin Sewell Virgil Thomas Stallings Cecrl Brown Vearey Carl Minor Vick Lloyd Kendall Williams

yPSILON • Illinois George Walter Eckert George Henry Morton Donald Ferguson Mulvihill Thomas Ondrus Don Archre Parkhurst Charles John Steinicke Herbert William Wishart Clifford Henry Wertsch

KAPPA • North Cerolona Henry Armistead Boyd William Nelson Dixson,.p. Willranr O'Kelly Fowler Moody ?Myrna Gaither. Jr.

CHI • Stetson

LAMBDA • Georgia Joseph Preston Adorns, Jr. Pete Herndon Charles Overton Hitchcock Jacob &yin Howard Charles Rudolph Jenkins John Lamar Miller Charles Joseph Owens, Jr. Albert Crovett Tuck

PSI • Cornell

MU • Duko Frank Ernst Bridgers. Jr. Henry Phrlpott Fulmer Joseph Landon Skinner NU - Nebraska Dale Wentworth Alves Robert Platt David Lyle Saco Roy Frank Steinheider Eugene Tarr James Gerald Young

Gerald Thomas Barker Frank Robert Bouscher Julrus Edward Breckwoldt Frank Drcon Folsom

Joseph Randall Burritt Gerald Richard Crowningshield Holeywell Dreyer Verner Merritt Ingram Paul Otto Just Ernest Hempstead Kingsbury Willard Seabrook Megalhees Henry Jacob Mantuan Sidney Peter Skokos William Edward Stevenson Howard Muller Williams OMEGA Purdue Walter Gerard Fassnecht Elliot Newton Franklin Richard Jacob Gollmar Frederick Otto Grrewenk Alfred Ludwig Herr Charles Richard Isaacs Bruce Groff Morris Charles W. Myers Edwin Theodore Sherwood Henry George Thoerning, Jr

xi • Roanoke Harry Guy Bowmen Francis Hopkins Craft John Hamilton Fisher Raymond Howard Kerlin Matthew Franklin Rrtter

ALPHA ALPHA • Mercer John Lafayette Barnes George Albert Billinghurst John Thornton Cash

OMICRON • Alabama


Olin Dunaway Conner Joe Anderson Johnston Mont LOVAS Wood•Frowe Purcell Argentin Luther Stowe Joe S. Wittmeier

Herman Thomas Eubanks Charles Edward Richards Theodore Louis Lucien Senior Stanley Robinson Snider

ZETA • Wofford

DAHLONEGA, GA — Celebrating 50 years as a member of Pi Kappa Phi is a unique experience that only a handful of brothers achieve. Such was the case recently when Brother Henry M. Henderson, an initiate of Eta Chapter at Emory University, was presented with the Golden Legion shingle. Brother Henderson, a retired lawyer residing in Helen, Georgia, was treated to a special luncheon and presentation ceremony

Robert Lee Caviness Henry Howard Strockland

Curtis Powwow Jackson Osborn Carlyle Wilson

Pb • Oglethorpe Grady Millard Smith

ETA • Emery Bert Blair William Wilson Coppedge Francis Joseph Dwyer Joe Fembrough Henry Mayhew Henderson Melvin McRae Jett Tom Judson Wesley Sim Sealy Wilbanks William Stew Worthy Charles Mazarnilliam Zattau, Jr.

RHO • Washington & Lee John Parker Burrows Charles Ellis Duncan Isaac Lynnwood Flory, Jr. Lorong Milliken Garrison Jerrold Forstall Jacob William Franklin Methvin, Jr Samuel Adkins Milliner, Jr. Eugene James Nelson Wilson Sanders Hobert Ragsdale Smoth

IOTA • Georgia Tech

TAU -North Carolina State

ALPHA GAMMA • Oklahoma John Raymond Bowerman Robert Clarke Ounnington Joseph Castro Edwards Lyman Mahlon Edwards J. C. Elliot Carl Hogge William Brewster McFadyen John Hubert Norris Raymond Parr George Gheen Russell Leonard Enoch Wade! Ralph Waldo White

ALPHA DELTA • Washington Lyle NeWlOri Jenks Melyrn Theodore Klinelelter William Albert Krause

by the brothers of Delta Beta Chapter at North Georgia College. Pictured above is Delta Beta Archon Chuck Lockert (I) presenting the certificate to "Hank." Brother Henderson joined the ranks of the Fraternity on March 30, 1930 and later served as Archon of Eta Chapter and also Lambda Chapter at the University of Georgia.

Anthony Lawrence Maroon Donald V. Morris John Kenneth Odegard George Toyne Ruby Leo Frank Sulkosky Martin T. Weed Wilson

ALPHA EPSILON • Florida William Blaisdell Bell George Shrader Coulter Mark Wilson Eastland, Jr. Charles Raymond Lee, Jr. Albert C. Mann

Melvin Klinefelter (left) receives his fifty year award from Brother Ted Weld. Both men are members of the Alpha Delta Chapter at the University of Washington.

James Lucien Miller Edgar Leroy Roulrong Solomon Frederick Whirl ALPHA XI • PINY Charles David Behringer John Fred Boone George A. Carleton, Ill Roman Lawrence Debes Edgar B. O'Connell, Jr. William J. Troeller, Jr. Alfred Franklin Tyrrill

ALPHA OMICRON • Iowa ALPHA ZETA Oregon State Mark Robert Briggs Howard Franklin Doughton Thorne Harrison Hammond Horny P. Huebner Floyd McDonald Virgil Evans Starr ALPHA ETA- Samford Edgar Adolph Almgren Frank Fleming, Jr. Morris L. Nelson Winston Lambert Stuart Rulus Walton Worthy, Jr.

ALPHA THETA • Michigan State James Scott Aldrich Alan Stuart Coss Clayton Kenneth Little Robert Bailey McCall William James McCune Ronald B. Smith Robert Lincoln Titus ALPHA IOTA • Auburn John M. Adams Marshal Scoville Carey Whom Hooten John Moreland Owen John Philip Roberts John Aloe Summerhn, Jr. John Clinton Williams, Jr. Edger Leyte Wynn ALPHA KAPPA • Michigan Horace James Catlin Wilbur Arnold Chapman Richard Archer Edwards John Mercer Gibson James David Hayden Hugh Cooke Hotchkiss Ernest Eugene Jackman John Edward Moore Lloyd Campbell Poole Edward Arlie Scheme Albin Scott Telford

Norman Henry Brinkman James Scott Brown John Alexander Cowan Joseph George Duncan Clyde Ramon Hutchcrof t James Adolph Ids° Kenneth Marion Johnson Herbert August Kuehn° Glenroy John Kuneu Marcellus Francis Mullin Bonn Hoyt Nelson Charles Courter Shutt Raymond Struve James Burroughs Williams

ALPHA PI • University of the South Thomas Dorgan Byrne Jackson Cross William Byrom Dickens Charlie Crosley Eby Daniel Gilchrist, Jr. Preston Brooks Huntley, Jr. William Cardwell McGehee James Coy Putman Frederick Alexander Rogers, Jr, Charles Walton Underwood, Jr.

The Golden Legion award is presented to Floyd "Sandy" McDonald, left, by Leroy Warner. Both men are members of Alpha Zeta Chapter at the University of Oregon.

ALPHA RHO • West Virginia University John McLean Adkins Gall Pennell Auldridge Ellis Alton Bradley Paul Frederick Fisher Edward Harrison Higgs Edward Blaine Kime Charles Leer Howard Garrison Martin John Howard Musgrave Elton Ray Smith Joseph Townsend Van Voorhis James Clifton Wilson, Jr,

ALPHA MU - Penn State Michael Molter Bigger Horace Wayne Epler John Franklin Kieser, Sr. Hower James Moyer David Herling Porter LeRoy Snyder Reifl Harlan Jones West Edwin Henry Zacharias

Joseph Bell and Robert Timberlake, (left and right) both members of the Alpha Epsilon Housing Corporation present the Golden Legion award to Mr. S. Frederick Whirl (Alpha Nu, Ohio State) at his home in St. Petersburg, Florida.

ALPHA NU • Ohio State Joseph Samuel Kovrc

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CAC.Cgd Beta Chapter recognized its 50 year Golden Legion recipients with a special ceremony at the Beta Chapter house. Pictured left to right are: Melmoth Hemp Hunter (Laurens, SC), Ben VV. Covington (Irmo, SC), F. B. "Polo" Pinson (Greensboro, NC), Jim Frampton (Charleston, SC), John "Skeeter" McCaskill (Augusta, GA), David Jaffee (National Vice-President, Alpha), and Carl "Geechi" Adams (Columbia, SC).

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Brothers who have joined the Chapter Eternal articles in legal reviews and periodicals.

Oh, death could be triumphant - death in battle, death in love, death in friendship and in peril, could be glorious if it were proud death, gaunt death, lean, lonely, tender, loving and heroic death, who bent to touch his chosen son with mercy, love, and pity, and put the seal of honor on him when he died!

Maloney is survived 'by his wife Lucille; his son Frank E. Maloney, III of Fort Lauderdale; daughters Jo Ann Smallwood of Naples and Elizabeth Hurst of Gainesville and five grandchildren.

"The Web and The Rock", by Brother Thomas Wolfe, Kappa '18, University of North Carolina. Used by permission of the publishers, Harper and Brothers.

July 1979 - June 1980



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NU BETA 26 81 90 219 266 266



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Macfie, A. P. Edwards, A. W. Bankhead, W. O. Wilburn, T. D. Williamson, J., B. C.

OMICRON 126 Ramsay, J. R. 154 McGuire, J. H. 347 Martin, J. W.

Williamson, Jr., B. C.;

PI 26 64

ALPHA THETA 35 Radford, S. S. 50 London, P.O. 62 Hodge, F. J. 133 Titus, R. L. 285 Morse, R. W. ALPHA IOTA 16 Pearson, C. C. 23 Martin, W. R. 263 Walker, Jr., G. W.

Lewis, Jr., W. M. Henson, R. G.

ALPHA KAPPA 73 Lindemulder, G. E.

Weagly, W. G. Cliburn, Jr., W. A. Dye, G. W.

ALPHA MU 37 Elmes, J. A. 69 Epler, H. W. 364 Veit, H. R.


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RHO 100

259 520

BETA 26 81 90 219 266

Macfie, A. P. Edwards, A. W. Bankhead, W. 0. Wilburn, T. D. Williamson, Jr., B. C.

GAMMA 28 64 127 309

Manley, C. E. Fulton, W. I. Morgan, E. B. Morgan, Jr., J. H.

DELTA 20 208

Owings, T. C. Jones, E. S.

SIGMA 173 219

Cannon, F. R. Westmoreland, J. B.

TAU 28 87

Srnithwick, N. T. Paris, R. W.

UPSILON 26 Johnson, H. W. 117 Sanderson, V. W. 276 Harris, R. J.

ZETA 50 251 329

Allen, Sr., A. G. Burnett, Sr., J. J. Davis, E. S.

ETA 81 208

Williams, E. S. Blair, B.

Smethers, R. D.

CHI 138 172 177

Osborne, Jr., C. Z. Bumby, S. F. Purcell, Jr., J. S.

OMEGA 19 70 137 223 228 323

Magruder, R. Spencer, W. T. Willis, Jr., W. T. Brown, J. S. Magnussen, Jr., M. C. Wise, F. C.

IOTA 1 70 101 270 337 555 KAPPA 54


ALPHA GAMMA 54 Barrett, L. W. 115 Hinton, J, F

Branson, G. R. Holmes, J. C. Atchison, Jr., E. R. McClanahan, W. H. Ruse, C. Demuro, P. G.

ALPHA DELTA 3 Bindon, L. W.

Edwards, Jr., P. H. Boyd, H. A.

ALPHA EPSILON 138 Dooley, J. W. 285 Maloney, FE.

LAMBDA 48 Griffin, H. D. 103 Smith, H. E. 226 Harrison, Jr., J. E. 874 Prescott, J. C.

ALPHA OMICRON 46 Kuehn°, H. A. 58 Shutt, C. C.

ALPHA RHO 29 Evans, W. A.

PHI 60

EPSILON Brownlee, R. F. 11 128 Tinsley, H. W.

ALPHA XI 116 Madden, H. R. 258 Smith, A. F. 287 Byrne, J. J. Meehan, A. 481

ALPHA ZETA 17 Sliffe, A. L. 70 Linn, 0. D. ALPHA ETA 2 Awtrey, H, H. 28 Rogers, E. T. 110 Askin, H. E.


race differs significantly from the Hollywood production. Purely amateur but not an intramural event, the race is sponsored by the Indiana University Student Foundation. The receipts from attendance, over 23,000 this year, traditionally go towards I.U. Foundation scholarships. Both Greek and dormitory entrants historically have dominated the field, although independent teams are also eligible. Some sixty teams attempted to qualify this year. Working against the clock, each team member rides one of four laps. The bike is "exchanged" on the run three times at an average speed of ten miles per hour. I am pleased to report that, cornpeting in one of the strongest Greek environments in the nation, the Pi Kapps of Alpha Psi Chapter qualified seventh and finished second in this year's race. An unprecedented distinction complimented the finish as the entire team was individually selected to All-Star status. All team members were seniors and included Steve Smith (presently a Chapter Consultant), John Hayden, John Rosner, Jerry Solon and Mike Baccash, who broke his hand in a wreck during practice, thus greatly simplifying the task of choosing four riders

ALPHA SIGMA 216 Enneis, W. H. 276 Gruber, J. C. ALPHA TAU 122 Belshaw, 0.0. 136 Riley, A. E. ALPHA UPSILON 24 Beddall, E. D. 33 Nielson, H. O. 55 Welch, L. R. 122 Hewitt, C. H. 292 Chase, C. E. 582 Thumme, M. D. ALPHA PHI 32 Goldsborough, R. V. 123 Weickort, R. F.

FORMER LAW DEAN MALONEY DIES Frank Edward Maloney, former Dean of the University of Florida law school and Pi Kappa Phi Merit Citation award winner is dead at 62. Maloney was an initiate of Alpha Epsilon Chapter at the University of Florida and served the chapter as chapter advisor for many years. In recognition of his outstanding work for the fraternity he was awarded the Merit Citation by the National Council in 1968. Maloney, born in Niagara Falls, New York, came to Gainesville as a law student after graduating from St. Michael's College of the University of Toronto with a philosophy degree. He earned his law degree in 1942 and was a graduate fellow at the Columbia University School of Law in 1951.

BETA PHI 312 Moore, M. W. GAMMA ALPHA 79 Stuart, J. L. GAMMA ZETA 241 Yeager, R. J.

He retired as Dean in 1970 and had been a full time law professor since then. A retired Air Force colonel, Maloney was an authority on water and environmental law. He co-authored several books on water law and published many

GRANT PALSG ROVE, MR. PI KAPPA PHI PASSES AWAY Dr. Grant Palsgrove, an initiate of Alpha Tau Chapter at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute died late Spring. Brother Palsgrove was a charter member of the Alpha Tau Chapter and served the chapter as its chapter advisor for many years. He was also instrumental in the original purchase and subsequent occupancy of the "castle," the Alpha Tau chapter house. Previously recognized by the fraternity with the Merit Citation award in 1956, Brother Palsgrove was granted the fraternity's greatest honor in being designated Mr. Pi Kappa Phi in 1976. Known by his fraternity brothers and students as "The Prof," his counsel and friendship influenced all who have had the fortune to know him.

from five. None of this would have been possible without Coach Jim Pivarnik, Assistant Coach John Leonard and Mechanic Gary Ashton, all former riders themselves. The second place finish was no fluke. The past three years, besides winning the team sportsmanship award each year, the Pi Kapps have commanded respect at the track. Finishing third in 1978, just twenty yards behind the winner, and ninth in a wreck marred race in 1979, our consistent presence in the top ten is a credit to dedication and hard work. Beginning in January,a dynamic workout schedule culminating with race day is enacted. Jim Pivarnik is the author of this schedule. Working towards his Ph.D. in human performance, we should be calling him Dr. "Piv" in a few years. He has ridden in three races (not including the movie, which most everyone had the good fortune of riding in) and coached in three. Chances are when he writes his first book, the riders will get mentioned, along with all his other guinea pigs! A special thanks goes out to the brothers of Chi Chapter at Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. Staying at either the chapter house or a nearby motel, the bike team has

The Pi Kapp Bike Team poses after their second place finish this year with the trophies and awards which they have won during the last three years in the Little 500 competition. Pictured are: (front row, left — right) Assistant Coach John Leonard and Head Coach Jim Pivarnik; (back row) John Hayden, John Rosner, Mechanic Gary Ashton, Mike Baccash, Steve Smith, and Jerry Solon.

enjoyed DeLand for the past three spring breaks (one-half hour from Daytona Beach). The fraternity we shared will not be forgotten, especially the power kegs! Next year everyone in the nation will get a taste of the Little 500 because a three year contract with ABC Sports has been signed to carry the race live. Maybe ABC was waiting for the new stadium to be built? It is expected to be complete by next spring. This year, the 30th race, was the last to be run in the old football stadium. Be watching this fall for the Pi Kapps on Real People (in blue with navy

sleeves). Hopefully they will "print" our huddle before the race. Also, our mechanic's table may grab its very own spot as they were interested in it. But, for sure, check out the race the last weekend in April. I can't imagine Jim Pivarnik talking to Jackie Stewart about the third turn or something! A few years back,Playboy magazine rated Little 500 the "World's Greatest College Weekend." It still is, but it's not so little anymore. John M. Hayden Alpha Psi


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Florida pushes for "A Mile of Pennies" Alpha Epsilon Chapter at the University of Florida led the nation for the 1979-80 school year in fund raising for Project P.U.S.H. with the development of an exciting "Mile of Pennies" concept. The chapter set a goal to raise a "Mile of Pennies" which is approximately $880.00, but in actuality raised more than three miles of pennies totaling over $3,100. To date this is the highest total ever raised by a chapter in the brief history of Project P.U.S.H. The chapter conducted an extensive campaign with the local media to publicize the fund raiser. Local newspapers, radio and television stations and businesses were enthuiastic in their support through the donation of T-shirts and extensive media coverage. The event culminated on a Friday and Saturday with the solicitation of businesses and individuals at street corners and shopping malls. Whole intersections were blanketed with brothers asking citizens to help support the severely handicapped. Mike Willis, Archon, stated, "This was one of the most rewarding, unifying, and motivating experiences for our chapter. The chapter was sky-high for weeks afterwards — and still is!" Much of the credit goes to Tom Berens, Alpha Epsilon Service Chairman, in his untiring efforts to bring about the fund raiser. In recognition of his efforts, the National Council of Pi Kappa Phi awarded Tom a Resolution of Appreciation. Hats off to the brothers and pledges of Alpha Epsilon for their pacesetting support of Project P.U.S.H.

The men of Alpha Epsilon are shown posing with a small amount of the money collected for P.U.S.H.

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Please,help us help them. DOM Play Urebi for the Seemly Hanicepped


written by Steve Tiesch, a former Little-Five rider, it captured the Oscar this year for Best Screen Play. SUMMER 1980 500; the "Little 500"...