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Summer Proves Challenging for PUSH Intern Jamie Broadhurst didn't spend the last few months with a typical summerjob. As the 1988 PUSH Intern, he had to be extremely flexible to fulfill a wide variety of responsibilities. His summer calendar included driving across the country with the support vehicles at the onset of "PUSH America'88"in June,installing a PUSH unit at Toledo's Decem Center in July, and meeting with chapter delegations at Pi Kapp College in August. When he wasn't traveling, much of Jamie's office time was spent at work on PUSH's new desktop publishing system. His work entailed writing and formatting new promotional materials for use in chapter fundraising and direct mailings, and developing the PUSH displays and presentations for Pi Kapp College. As the PUSH Intern, Jamie frequently found himself offering the "collegiate perspective" in strategic discussions ranging from corporate image to next year's sportswear line. "The PUSH Internship has been an outstanding opportunity for experience in business planning. I've become extremely aware of my use of communication and professional judgement," said Jamie. An initiate of Alpha Psi chapter at Indiana University, Jamie has served as Internal Vice Archon and is currently chapter Treasurer. A senior marketing major with interests in promotion, fundraising and finance, Jamie was also able to arrange six hours of marketing credit through Indiana's Professional Practice Program. After learning about the position at the Midyear Conference in St. Louis, Jamie made his interest known early. Several weeks after submitting his application, resume and tran-

script, and after an extensive telephone inter-

view with PUSH Executive Director Jim Firster, Jamie was offered the intern position. "I know better what PUSH is all about, after meeting the clients and seeing the facilities." Jamie said,"This is a really exciting time to be involved in PUSH. It's growing so quicklyboth financially and conceptually. I would encourage others to go after the internship. It's pretty hectic at times, but it makes for a rewarding summer." Editor's Note: Applications for the 1989 Summer Internship Program will be available starting January 9, 1989.

Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason University is thefirst chapter ever to raise $15,000for PUSH. A variety offundraising events includingtheir "PUSH-a-thon" contributed to their '87-'88 total gift of$15,068.16.

MEMORIAL GIFTS TO THE FOUNDATION Thank youfor remembering Gordon L. Nord - Omega Chapter By Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kohn Mr. and Mr. Robert Kohn Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kohn Mrs. Ilelen Clement By Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Krebs - Beta Gamma Chapter Ben Fields - Omicron Chapter By Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Ilerzog - Beta Lambda Chapter

Jamie Broadhurst Alpha Psi,Indiana

Eddie Bateman - Alpha Chapter By Harry Freeman - Alpha Chapter James Little May 'Omicron By Nathaniel D. McClure IV- Alpha Iota Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dugas By Mr. and Mrs. Craig R. Morrison - Alpha Epsilon Chapter

Wills and Bequests: Ladd C. E. Prucha Upsilon Largo, FL 10% of estate Walter R. Jones Alplha Delta Victoria B.C., Canada cash donation

Top 20 States $ to Annual Appeal

Annual Appeal Giving 1988

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Top 20 Chapters # of Contributors to Annual Appeal 1. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Omega-Purdue Alpha Epsilon-Florida Omicron-Alabama Alpha Mu-Penn State Alpha Tau-Rensselaer Alpha Upsilon-Drexel Iota-Georgia Tech Xi-Roanoke Kappa-UNC Chapel Hill Alpha Xi-PU Upsilon-Illinois Alpha Iota-Auburn Alpha Omicron-Iowa State Alpha Zeta-Oregon State Beta Alpha-NJIT Alpha Theta-Michigan State Gamma-Berkeley Sigma-South Carolina Mu-Duke Lambda-Georgia

Florida Georgia North Carolina Virginia South Carolina California Alabama New Jersey Texas Pennsylvania Illinois New York Tennessee Ohio Indiana Maryland Michigan Massachusetts Oregon Connecticut

$ 14,390 11,468 8,920 7,253 6,993 6,351 6,016 5,981 5,385 4,475 4,360 3,895 3,506 2,810 2,533 2,385 2,205 1,867 1,565 1,467

Top 20 Chapters, Alumni Giving to Annual Appeal in $ 127 127 112 106 105 105 95 88 85 84 83 81 71 65 61 58 58 57 56 55

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Alpha Epsilon-Florida $ 5,780 Omicron-Alabama 4,076 Omega-Purdue 3,887 Xi-Roanoke 3,255 Alpha Mu-Penn State 3,136 Alpha Iota-Auburn 3,135 Alpha Tau-Rensselaer 3,080 Kappa-UNC Chapel Hill 3,045 Iota-Georgia Tech 2,885 Alpha Upsilon-Drexel 2,860 Upsilon-Illinois 2,832 Beta Alpha-NJIT 2,785 Alpha Omicron-Iowa State 2,430 Alpha Xi-PU 2,348 Sigma-South Carolina 2,330 Alpha Zeta-Oregon State 2,235 Mu-Duke 2,230 Alpha-Charleston 2,170 Alpha Psi-Indiana 1,890 Lambda-Georgia 1,856

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42nd Supreme Chapter Committee Working Hard Towards '89 Convention Washington D.C.- More than just a collection of monuments, Washington is a vibrant, bustling, spirited city that invites visitors from all over the world. It is the nation's capital, the seat of Congress, surely the country's busiest center for law, politics and education, and it is also the site of Pi Kappa Phi's 42nd Supreme Chapter, August 5-9, 1989. It takes many hours of hard work and dedication to insure that our convention will be a wonderful time for all attendees to Washington D.C., and right now the Supreme Chapter Alumni Committee is doing just that.In order to let you know the names ofthose people to whom

we will soon owe our heartfelt thanks, we list them proudly below: To help you plan your transportation to Washington, Pi Kappa Phi has arranged discount fares with Continental/Eastern Airlines. They offer 5% off the lowest applicable fare at the time ofbooking or,atleast50% offfirst class and 50% offfull coach fares. To qualify,simply make your reservations by calling 1-800.4687022 and give our easy access number,EZ 8P6. After reserving your flight, you may purchase your tickets from your local travel agency or any Continental/Eastern ticket office. Make your plans soon. See you in Washington!

David Lane, Chairman -(Omega-Purdue) Suite 500 2000 Corporate Ridge Drive McLean, VA 22102 703/749-3500

Bill Combs - (Alpha Sigma-Tennessee) 11564 Ivy Bush Court Reston, VA 22091 703/476-6440 - home 703/661-5123 - work

or home

Edward Hook -(Alpha Upsilon-Drexell) Shield Business Machines 8470 Tyco Road Vienna, VA 22180 703/631-2686 - home 703/847-0800 - work

2879 Sutton Oaks Lane Vienna, VA 22180 703/281-7955 Otis R. McCollum, Treasurer - (Kappa-North Carolina) 6200 Brookside Drive Chevy Chase, MD 20015 301/654-6847 - home 202/628-4343 - work Tom Carter -(Gamma Delta-Memphis) 8412 Crowley Place Alexandria, VA 22308 703/360-8333 - home 202/224-6521 - work

William Newell - (Psi-Cornell) 5304 Pender Court Alexandria, VA 22304 703/370-6373 - home 202/447-3869 - work

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Fraternity bike riders well underway on their journey to help the handicapped ALUMNI PUSH America '88! Pi Kappa Phi's yearly statistics Anot...

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Fraternity bike riders well underway on their journey to help the handicapped ALUMNI PUSH America '88! Pi Kappa Phi's yearly statistics Anot...