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3 Shield & Diamond VOLUME 98 I NUMBER 3 I SEPTEMBER ~ IN THIS ISSUE: Pi Kappa Alpha's Annual Report reveals the state of the Fraternity in its 119th year... Kearney State College is chartered as Iota Gamma chapter... Ground is broken for the new Memorial Headquarters building. On the Cover: Memorabilia from Pi Kappa Alpha's illustrious history on display in the Freeman H. Hart Museum at the Memorial Headquarters. 0 BASEBALL PiKAs on the All- Fraternity All-American team EXPANSION Kearney State College in Kearney, Nebraska becomes Iota Gamma chapter MEMORIAL FOUNDA- TION SCHOLARSHIPS CHAPLAIN'S CORNER The Reverend Simon A. Simon explains the right wind THE ANNUAL REPORT Letter from the National President Expansion & Communications Housing General Fund Statistical Analysis Services I Special Services Robert Adger Smythe Proficiency Awards The Harvey T. Newell Award Awards Summary Chapter Capsules GROUNDBREAKING Hard hats and shovels signal construction to begin on new Memorial Headquarters MEMORIAL FOUNDATION REPORT 40 years of academic achievement and.leadership duties MEMORIAL FOUNDATION OFFICERS ELECTED DONORS ALUMNI NOTES CHAPTER ETERNAL DIRECTORY UPDATE Cover photograph by Todd Hampton Lillard, 551 S. C ooper, M emphis, TN SHIELD & DIAMO D (ISSN ) 1s an educauonal Journal pubhshed by the Pi Kappa Alpha Fr.nermty, 577 Umvers>ty S<reet, Memph1s, TN quarterly 1n September, December. M arc h and June for $.50 per year. Send correspondence ~o the sa me address. Manuscnpts are mv1ted, bu t the publisher w ll not assume responsibility for return of unsobc ted matenal. Change of add ress must be reported promptly by g1vmg full name, chapter, old and new address. Undergraduate cop e s are ma1led to parents' home address un t1l address change after graduauon Ltfeumc subscnpttons MUST be renewed a(ter e1ght years or w1th an alumnus g1rt to the Lo) alt y Fund. Copynght 1987 by p, Kappa Alpha fratermt y. All nghts reserved. Second Class postage patd at Memph1s, T and add Jttonal ma1 ltng orfices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to SHI ELD fs D IAMOND, 577 Umverstty St reet, M emphts, TN

4 4 Shield & Diamond OF PI KAPPA ALPHA Published by Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 577 University Street Memphis, Tennessee Gwen DeShazo Allen W Groves Editor Louis B.!(uinta Associate Editors Barbara E. Per~ins David L. Anderson Contributors F. Haynes Patrie~ Kevin G. Knaus Production Assistant Melody S. Alberson Circulation Jamie Dye Advertising Contact Editorial Office Executive Vice President Raymond L. Orians Supreme Council President Gary E. Menchhofer Vice President Jerry W A s ~ew Vice President Edward A. Pease Vice President William R. Shaw Vice President Thomas }. 'Turner Undergraduate Vice President Eric M. Scott Undergraduate Vice President Par~er A. Wei!.-r=-~ Legal Counsel Daniel F. McGehee MEMBER COLLEGE FRATERNITY EDITORS ASSOCIATION Forum Hazing, Alcohol Articles Hit Home BRAVO on the hazing article by Larry Lunsford. It was excellent! I read - then re-read it and felt it was the best I've read in a long time. My compliments to Pi Kappa Alpha for its 'no-nonsense' approach to this vital issue. You have certainly made the point that hazing, in every form, is in total opposition to the spirit of love and brotherhood. D Eileen Stevens C.H.U.C.K. I JUST finished reading the article on hazing in the June issue. The Shield & Diamond does a good job covering a topic that is, sadly, still very appropriate. There is one problem with the article, though. It states that a Tulane student was thrown off a boat and drowned during a fraternity initiation. This, in fact, did not happen. The incident to which I believe that referred happened in August of 1971 when a rushee accidentally drowned during a rush sailing outing sponsored by a Tulane fraternity. The university, local authorities or the national fraternity never even intimated that this was a hazing incident or anything other than an unfortunate accident. While this may seem a minor point, there is no reason to fuel the fire with inaccurate information. Unfortunately, there are enough factual examples of hazing tragedies to use in such an article. University administrators like myself really appreciate all of the efforts that national fraternities such as Pi Kappa Alpha are making in this area. Eric T. Webber Assistant Dean of Students Tulane Uni versity Shield & Diamond regrets the inaccuracy. -Ed. D CONGRATULATIONS on the continued success of the Shield & Diamond! I speak most specifically of the June 1987 issue. I, as well as a great many others, were pleased to see such direct attention given to the most devastating fraternity issues of our time - alcohol and hazing. In both cases, contributing editors effectively used first person accounts around which to center their messages. Of particular note is the article, Hazing: Tradition or Tragedy? Unfortunately, a great number of fraternity and sorority general headquarters have chosen not to address issues such as hazing through their national publications, fearing self-incrimination. I applaud the Shield & Diamond editorial staff for successfully going beyond such shallow thinking and encouraging careful consideration of this matter by your undergraduate and alumni subscribers. Again, congratulations in general for continued success and specifically for an issue which is right on target! I would wholeheartedly encourage continued coverage of such pressing concerns. Terry Apollonia President Elect Association of Fraternity Advisors D JUST A LINE to tell you how great I thought Hazing: Tradition or Tragedy was in the June 1987 issue. This is a fine piece of journalism and delivers a powerful message. I continue to intensely dislike the people who put me through 'hell week', and I'm certain there are a couple of guys I helped brutalize that would be delighted to punch my lights out, although all of this happened over thirty years ago! Something tells me hazing isn't what brotherhood is supposed to be about. The article by Ed Pease in the March 1987 issue (You r Honor, ~ Find Pi Kappa Alpha... ) also was excellent. The Shield & Diamond is to be commended. The articles are interesting and thought provoking, and the format is excellent. A lot of credit is deserved and your efforts are appreciated. D John M. Harmon Jr. Gamma Sigma '55 THE SHIELD & DIAMOND is to be congratulated for publishing an excellent article (A Day I'll Never Forget) focusing attention on the issue of DUI and safety belt use in your June magazine. We receive, as a part of a clipping service, all of the accident report stories from Tenn~ see papers. All too often, the victim of a vehicular crash is a college student who, if he had only had on his safety belt, might be alive today. Too many crashes also involve substance abuse and speeding, both of which are against the law. Hopefully, comments in the article will reach other students and make them aware of the risks they take when driving; especially if they don't wear their safety belts or combine drinking, driving and speeding. Thank you for promoting safe driving habits. Beverlee F. Anderson Executive Director Tennessee Safety Belt Use Coalition D WE RECENTLY received the June issue of the Shield & Diamond and wish to extend our appreciation for a fine effort. The magazine is the finest blend of news, information and education which we have seen this year. All in all, an attractive piece. It's definitely top drawer material, which is where we have filed it for the time being. We will refer to it often. Thanks for sharing it with us! Thomas Schlange Executive Director Beta Sigma Psi Fraternity Shield ~ Diamond

5 Update Ave atque vale: new Executive Director Patrick F. Haynes at the 1986 Convention with former Executive Director Allen W. Groves. Haynes Appointed Executive Director; Groves, Anderson Leave Staff Allen Groves (Delta Upsilon '79) and David Anderson (Delta Pi '81) have departed from the Memorial Headquarters staff, and Patrick Haynes (Delta Theta '81) has been promoted to executive director, fliiing the vacancy created by Groves' departure. Groves leaves the staff after five years of involvement with the National Fraternity, including three years as executive director. Following his graduation from Stetson University in 1982, Groves served as resident counselor to Delta Upsilon chapter. In June of 1983, he was hired as a chapter consultant, traveling the northeast United States. In January 1984, he was promoted to director of expansion for the remainder of the school year, and briefly served as director of services. On August I, 1984, he was named executive director. Among his many duties as executive director, Groves visited numerous chapters for a variety of banquets, seminars and special visits. Pi Kappa Alpha's alumni receivership program is one of Groves' many achievements. This program, developed in August 1984, places undergraduate chapters under strict alumni guidance. Alumni receiverships have sparked dramatic turnarounds at Alpha Mu (Georgia) and Gamma Delta (Arizona) chapters, among others. Working with struggling groups within the alumni receivership program provided Groves with his greatest satisfaction. "Formerly strong chapters, perhaps fallen upon hard times, deserve priority attention," Groves states. "Our work within this of Pi Kappa ALpha area has always been intended to supply our members with the best possible fraternity experience." Groves leaves the staff to begin his legal studies at the University of Virginia. Patrick F. Haynes replaces Groves as executive director. Haynes begins his fourth year on the Memorial Headquarters staff. He previously served as director of educational programming from 1985 to 1987, after traveling the southeast United States as a chapter consultant during the academic year. David L. Anderson While an undergraduate at Arkansas State University, Haynes held the offices of SMC, rush chairman and alumni chairman. This year he received Delta Theta's Distinguished Alumni Award. As executive director, Haynes assumes the duties of managing and coordinating all service programs for the undergraduate chapters, while handling public relations and marketing aspects of the National Fraternity. Additionally, Haynes will direct and coordinate the 1988 National Convention in August of next year at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis. Plans are being made to dedicate Pi Kappa Alpha's new national headquarters during this convocation. " While much time and effort are being expended in this new headquarters project," says Haynes, "it will remain my goal that no area of service to our undergraduates chapters will suffer during this all-important time in the Fraternity's continued development." David Anderson has worked as director of communications since January 1986, a job to which he was appointed following six months of travel as a chapter consultant. In this position, Anderson initiated a number of new National Fraternity programs, including the In side Line and Alumni Advisor publications, as well as the highly successful videotape program. Anderson joined the staff after receiving his bachelor of science from San Jose State University ; he now plans to attend the University of California-Hastings College of Law. 5

6 Update Executive Vice President Raymond L. Orians has announced the recent employment of Pi Kappa Alpha's field staff. Thomas A. Dempsey (Loyola Marymount University, Theta Eta '84) will travel the midwest United States this year as a chapter consultant. Dempsey served the Fraternity previously as an undergraduate vice president on the Supreme Council, as well as chairman of the finance committee at the 1986 National Convention. As a member of Theta Eta chapter, he served as SMC and for three terms as rush chairman. He was named Pike of the ~ar by the chapter during his senior year. His involvement on campus included numerous leadership positions including IFC president, Greek Week chairman, orientation leader, CXLU production director and founder of the Loyola Entrepreneurs. Dempsey has served internships in marketing with First Interstate Bancorp and McDonnell Douglas. H. Todd Hittle (Oklahoma State University, Gamma Chi '84) also joins the staff as a chapter consultant, and will travel the western United States. Hittle recently received his bachelor of science degree in accounting. He served Gamma Chi chapter as SMC, lmc, and publications editor. On campus, his most notable responsibilities included service as University Judicial Board chief justice, lfc president and International Student Connection advisor. Hittle also served on the Vice President's Student Advisory Council and is a member of Order of Omega. New faces at Memorial Headquarters: (front row, from left) Bill McCartan, Todd Hittle, Tom Dempsey, (back row, from left) Kevin Virta, Steve Vincent, Mike Riley Field Staff William T. McCartan (Creighton University, Theta Lambda '84) will travel the northeastern United States. McCartan served his chapter as SMC, IMC, and rush chairman. He was Theta Lambda's 1987 Pike of the Year. Active on campus, he was a College of Arts and Sciences senator, Student Board of Governors representative, and was assistant to the president of the student body. McCartan is a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha honorary, and represented Creighton at the United States Military Academy Student Conference on U.S. Affairs. He has been named to Who 's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Michael W. Riley (Kansas State University, Alpha Omega '84) joins the national staff as a chapter consultant after receiving a degree in political science from KSU. He will travel the southeastern United States. While a member of Alpha Omega, Riley served as SMC, alumni relations chairman, judicial chairman and public relations chairman. Riley has held internships with Senator Robert Dole and with the National Republican Senatorial Committee. At Kansas State, he served as vice chairman of the Student Senate and as a student senator. Riley was also involved as a weekly columnist for his campus newspaper and is a member of the Order of Omega. At the 1986 National Convention, Riley chaired the Constitution Committee. Stephen S. Vincent (University of Missouri-Columbia, Alpha Nu '83) will be traveling the southern United States this year as a chapter consul-. tant. While at Alpha Nu, Vincent served as IMC, summer rush chairman and Greek Week chairman. In 1983, he won the Alpha Nu Athlete of the Year award. On campus, Vincent held the positions of IFC rush chairman and intramural chairman. He also served as one of the two student representatives on the University's Intercollegiate Athletic Committee and on the Chancellor's Task Force on Intercollegiate Athletics. Vincent is a member of Order of Omega and Pi Omicron Sigma honoraries. Kevin E. Virta (Western Michigan Uni versity, Epsilon Psi '83) has been promoted to associate director of expansion and services, and will work specifically in the areas of Fraternity expansion and special services for the chapters. Virta received a bachelor of science degree in accounting. As an undergraduate, he served as chapter SMC, rush chairman, pledge educator and public relations chairman; following his term as chapter president, he was recognized by his peers as an outstanding member. Virta was active on campus as an IFC representative and a Gavel Group member. He is a member of the Order of Omega. Pi Kappa Alpha Standouts Lead All-Fraternity All-American Team Three of Pi Kappa Alpha's top collegiate baseball stars were named to the National Interfraternity Conference All-Fraternity All-American first team this summer. Florida State pitcher Richie Lewis had another superb season, pitching the Seminoles into the College World Series. He posted a.15 and 4 record, hurled 196 st:rij<e. outs and posted a 3.06 earned run average. Richie was drafted by the Lewis Montreal Expos in the second round of the free agent draft. Named to the designated hitter spot on the NIC first team was sensational sophomore Clint Fairey of Western Carolina, the Southern Conference Player of the Year. Fairey led the league in batting average (.405), home runs (19), and slugging percentage (.795) as the Catamounts had a 36 and 20 record. The third Pike Fairey brother on the NIC All-American first team was outfielder Jose Soto, who won the Triple Crown at Central Florida. Soto hit.400 with fourteen homers and seventy-two RBis. Soto also stole twenty-seven bases in thirty-three attempts and had a nineteen game hitting streak. He has signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Orioles. Named to the All-Fraternity All-American second team Soto was Richie Lewis' batteryrnate, Barry Blackwell, who knocked eleven homeruns, drove in fifty-six runs and batted.335 for the Seminoles. He has been drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. The National Interfraternity Conference, an Indianapolis based federation of fifty-nine men's general college fraternities, used the services of J.L. Resean:h in making the selections. Blackwell 6 Shield C!l' Diamond

7 Dr. William R. e ter pre ided over the ceremonies. Alumni who supported the colony in meeting its requirements were Dr. Nester (Alpha Xi '47) and Kent A. Schroeder (Alpha Phi '62). The colony was closely guided by Franklin Betzer, who served as colony advisor, and who was also initiated a a member of the Fraternity along with the colony members. Installation teams as isting in the Initiation of new member were Wichita State (lheta Phi) and Iowa State (Alpha Phi). Colony History KEARNEY STATE Iota Gamma: Pi Kappa Alpha's newest chapter. Fifty men of the Kearney State College colony were officially installed as Iota Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha on May 8-9, The black tie chartering banquet was held in the Nebraskan Student Union on the Kearney State College campus. National. President Gary E. Menchhofer, Great Plains Regional President Lynn Mulherin, Associate Director of Expansion and Services Ernie Cox, Chapter Consultant Kevin G. Knaus and former national president of Pi Kappa Atpha Kearney State College was colonized on March 3, 1986, after presenations were given to an ad hoc committee composed of faculty and staff, and the IFC. The ad hoc committee and the IFC voted unanimously to allow Pi Kappa Alpha to colonize. Nineteen men were selected by Michael Moreland, director of services. These men were selected by obtaining recommendations from faculty members and campus sororities. Prospective members were then interviewed. The colony's executive board was selected from the original group of men; members serving on this board included President Jimmy Huebert, Vice President Mark Krupicka, Secretary Greg Pippert, Treasurer Dan Anderson, Pledge Educator John Poppert, and Rush Chairman Steve Nester. On October 4, 1986 the colony held its first retreat. With the help and guidance of Regional President Mulherin and representatives from Creighton University (Theta Lnmbda), the colony set its goals and objectives. During the year, the colony was active on the Kearney State campus, sponsoring events such as the 'Towering Inferno' dance which brought Greeks and non-greeks together, and helping AQO sorority with their 'Rock A-Thon' for the Arthritis Foundation. The colony also hosted a faculty reception to aid improvement of student/faculty relations. They raised money to help a local resident obtain treatment for a rare form of cancer, supported the United Way and the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and worked with the Kearney Jaycees and the 'Big Friends' program. While working for these worthy causes, the colony proudly accumulated 1,350 man-hours of philanthropic and community service. 7

8 National President Gary E. Menchhofer congratulates Jim Huebert Oeft) and Mark Krupicka (right). In one of the year's highlights, Pi Kappa Alpha competed in and won the Homecoming Sweepstakes, with the aid of f<i>b sorority. During the week of competition, the OKA-f<I>B team won four of the six categories in the Sweepstakes. Mark Krupicka, colony vice president, was crowned Homecoming King in an exciting climax to the week's activities. The colony achieved many goals during this time, one of which included earning a higher grade point average than any pledge class, fraternity, sorority, or other campus organization. The colony inspection was held on March 6, 1987, directed by Knaus and members of Theta Lambda chapter (Creighton). After reviewing the colony's accomplishments and internal structure, the inspection team voted unanimously that the colony was ready to petition Pi Kappa Alpha for installation. As soon as their petition was approved, members set about preparing for their initiation, and for the coming year as Iota Gamma chapter. This included the election of the new chapter's executive board: members elected were SMC Mark Krupicka, External IMC Ron Gustafson, Internal IMC Steve Nester, SC Doug Bonnesen, ThC Craig Manfull, and MC Roger Sheffield. History of Kearney State College Located in Kearney, Nebraska, a city of 20,000 situated in the historic, scenic Platte River valley, Kearney State College is the largest of four Nebraska state colleges. Pi Kappa Alpha's past national president, Dr. William R. Nester (Alpha Xi '47), serves as president of the College. Founded as the second school for the state of Nebraska, classes began on June 19, 1905 with nearly 400 students. In 1921, the college's name was changed to Nebraska State Teacher's College at Kearney. In 1963, it became Kearney State College. Today the college serves the state with broadened academic programs, and is a multipurpose institution offering baccalaureate, masters and specialist degrees in more than fifty different areas. Kearney State is a phenomenon of higher education in the 1980s. While the pool of high school graduates is shrinking in Nebraska.and throughout the nation, the enrollment at Kearney has continued a steady growth throughout the last twenty-five years. Kearney State had 1,600 students in 1960, and today it has an enrollment of over 9,000, representing each of the ninety-three counties in the state. The college also serves Nebraska with a variety of continuing education courses, workshops and programs in many communities throughout the state. The campus also has a strong Greek system, possessing twelve chapters of nationally affiliated fraternities and sororities. Fraternities include local chapters of Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Sigma Psi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Theta Xi. Sororities include local chapters. of Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, and Gamma Phi Beta. These organizations include ten percent of the student body, and are an active part of the campus. Pi Kappa Alpha is proud to join such distinguished ranks on the Kearney State College campus. The Executive Board: (back row from left) Bob Reutz, Regional President Lynn Mulherin, Dr. William R. Nester, Roger Sheffield, National President Gary Menchhofer, Willie Schaffer, (front row from left) Ron Gustafson, Mark Krupicka, Steve Nester, Craig Manfull and Doug Bonneson. 8 Shield & Diamond

9 The Memorial Foundation Scholarships General Robert Blount Academic Award Robert Mangialardi Alpha Iota chapter $250 Wilbert Chope Memorial Academic Award Anthony Avino Sigma chapter $500 Wilbert Chope Leadership Award Mark Cook Sigma chapter $500 David Dyson Leadership Award Jeffrey H. Wilson Upsilon chapter $250 Robert E. Hardaway Academic Award Byron Kent Pickering Alpha Omicron chapter $500 Craig Hoenshell Academic Award Bob Epperson Delta Chi chapter $500 Jack Kennedy Academic Award William Sharpe Beta Gamma chapter $250 John Lisher Academic Award John Luwdstrom Delta Xi chapter $250 James S. Long, Jr. Academic Award Christopher Evertowski Delta Sigma chapter $500 James S. Long, Jr. Academic Award David Lifka Delta Sigma chapter $500 Richard F. Ogle Leadership Award Scott Ford Gamma Alpha chapter $500 Delta Epsilon Alumni Academic Excellence Award Anthony McLeod $250 Quentin L. Richard Leadership Award Scott Rogers Theta Tau chapter $500 Quentin L. Richard Academic Award Randall Weaver Iota Beta chapter $500 A. Frank Smith Leadership Award Santo Tomaini Alpha Eta chapter $250 John K. Sosnowy Leadership Award Carr Campbell Epsilon Gamma chapter $500 T.S. Sotos Leadership Award Greg Shearson Beta Pi chapter $250 Don L. Wise Academic Award David Bogard Epsilon Gamma chapter $500 Alpha Gamma Academic Scholarship Joseph Caluda Alpha Gamma chapter $500 Alpha Omega Alumni Academic Award Gregory Martin Alpha Omega chapter $500 Alpha Omega Alumni Leadership Award William A. Gee Alpha Omega chapter $500 J. Allison Ballenger Leadership Award P. Joseph Michaels Delta Psi chapter $250 Gordon & Priscilla Duncan Academic Award Gregory DeJager Beta Nu chapter $250 John E. Horne Memorial Academic Award Barry Phelphs Gamma Alpha chapter $500 Dean Kimmel Memorial Fund Robert Brownlee Beta Gamma chapter $250 John P. McGovern, M.D. Scholarship Matt Haruie Epsilon Eta chapter $500 William K. McKissack Scholarship Mark Rigby Theta Pi chapter $1,000 William Clay Parrish, Jr. Memorial Leadership Award William C. Cole Alpha chapter $500 Jerome V. Reel, Jr. Academic Scholarship Scott Parker Eta Alpha chapter $250 Colonel Richard C. Robbins Memorial Leadership Award Jerry Emory Eta Alpha chapter $250 Robert C. Williamson Academic Award Paul Christopher Hughes Gamma Lambda chapter $250 of Pi Kappa Alpha 9

10 The Chaplain's Corner The Right Wind by Rev. Simon.-\ Simon Due to overwhelming popular response, the Reverend Simon A. Simon, Pi Kappa Alpha 's national chaplain, returns to the Shield & Diamond this month with further reflections on who we are, and who we have the potential to become. Imagine a body of water, a large body. Large enough that shorelines are not visible, and harbors are far apart. Let this large body of water symbolize the medium through which each of us seeks to fulfill our life's commitments. Imagine further that each of us is on a ship of orne kind that is designed to carry us somewhere. Allow your imagination at this point to include all the realities about large bodies of water: sometimes no winds, sometimes gale force winds; sometimes calm surfaces, sometimes violently surging surfaces; sometimes crowded spaces, sometimes lonely and desolate spaces. Are you with me so far? Imagine that various harbors exist; you know where these harbors are, what they mean to you, and how they will fit into your pursuits. For our purposes here, the harbors are (each located separately and requiring a separate journey): Faith (your religious beliefs and pmctices); Family (your parents and siblings and spouse and children at appropriate times); Education; Career; Social Life; Public Life (role as a citizen and community member); Private Life (values, use of money, uncommitted time, health, etc.) and any other specific goals in your life that at this time are important to you. Most of us will live our lives in pursuit of these or similar harbors. The names may vary - you may categorize them another way, but the representations will be similar. You may call them "goals", but on the high seas they are harbors. Further, the purpose of your vessel is not merely to keep you afloat. Rather, its task is to help you move to your desired harbor. If you've stayed with me, you are now ready for a very important observation, which, by the way, is my favorite current famous saying: 10 If you don't know what harbor you're headed for, no wind is the right wind. If you know what harbor you're headed for, any wind is the right wind. The potential value in this observation is tremendous. It is more than merely urging you to have goals and direction in life. It goes beyond just knowing where you're going. The message I take from this quote for each of us individually, and for our Fraternity and all its chapters, is that if we have goals and know where we want to go, and where we want to end up; if we set for ourselves various important directions towarq which we point our lives; and if we couple the pursuit of these goals, directions, or "harbors" with an unwavering commitment to follow through, then we will sustain our pursuit by using the wind conditions of life in whatever form they present themselves. Far too often something happens to challenge the pursuit of our goals. Said in the language of our symbolism, the seas can get mighty rough. As a result, we must decide whether or not to keep on going. Understand this: life is like this for everyone! We all encounter rough seas. Some people make it and some do not. Some keep going, or with minor adjustments resume their journey no matter what wind is blowing. Maybe they even change their harbor destinations. But there are those who find the journey too difficult when circumstances and life seem to turn against them. The same or similar life circumstances confront every one of us. We are all called on to shape our lives with generally the same raw materials and in the same general circumstances. Some do very well and others do not. Why not? Because, of course, if you don't know what harbor you 're headed for no wind is the right wind. There is a way to turn life to our advantage. There is a way to use the circumstances of life, good or bad, for or against us, to aid us in our journey. But this is possible only if we know where we're going - toward which harbor we're heading. In a sense, it means taking the offensive in life rather than floating like a victim, waiting for some wind to come along and take us wherever it wants. For each of us as an individual, and for all of us as a Fraternity, we must work hard to shape the directions which move us toward the goals that are important to us. Our goals, or harbors, should be determined by our interests, abilities, religious faith, and a sense of how we can contribute to making life better. Then we must utilize everything that happens to us - success or failure, for us or against us, to move us toward our goals. This is no less vital for our Fraternity than it is for us individually. We continually face serious circumstances that challenge us to the point of wondering if we can go on. Yet we can go on! Always! But only if we know where we are going, anq what we want to accomplish. Then it doesn't matter what we are called upon to face or how rough the journey becomes. When we know what harbor we're headed for, any wind can be the right wind. ShieLd ~ Diamcmd


12 IIKA Pi Kappa Alpha has begun bold new initiatives while facing an issue which challenges its very existence. Our success in these critical areas will have ramifications well into the twenty-first century. For the members of Pi Kappa Alpha, and for the Fraternity as a whole, the Supreme Council, national officers and Memorial Headquarters staff have labored during this past year. Our achievements are described in the pages that follow. Risk management has continued to dominate the attention, time and resources of a~l Greek-letter organizations. Pi Kappa Alpha has been no exception. Frankly, and unfortunately, there are still chapters within our Fraternity with improperly managed risks. However, during the academic year, the number of reported incidents decreased dramatically. Membership education in this area has been a top priority; much has been done, and yet much more needs to be done. Risk management will continue to receive priority attention. The challenge that legal liability poses for Pi Kappa Alpha is immediate. It demands our immediate response. This does not mean, however, that the Fraternity has ignored its future out of concern for the present. Laying the groundwork for continued prosperity has also been an important aspect of this past year's endeavors. Pi Kappa Alpha has launched a capital campaign, sought to enhance its volunteer alumni participation and worked diligently to improve the roll call of active chapters. The Campaign for Pi Kappa Alpha will give the Fraternity the resources necessary to making our future as successful as our past. Educational programs, such as the Chapter Presidents' Conference, the Officers' Leadership Academy and the Regional Leadership Academy, have increasingly been supervised and funded by the Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation on behalf of the Fraternity. The importance of these programs to our present and future success cannot be emphasized enough. The Campaign for Pi Kappa Alpha will ensure a solid basis of funding for years to come. More information about this campaign is included in the Memorial Foundation Annual Report. Volunteer alumni participation, especially at the chapter and regional levels, is a common thread which weaves its way through all truly great fraternities. The experience and guidance that these men provide allow undergraduate leaders to learn and grow by example, and help establish winning, positive chapters on campus after campus. Cultivating a concerned, involved corps of alumni has been another top priority during this past year. It, too, will remain a top priority in the years to come. Finally, constant vigilance in the area of chapter development has also characterized this past year. A few traditionally strong chapters, perhaps fallen upon hard times, have relied upon the strength of the National Fraternity to carry them through their difficulties. Habitually weak chapters have also received Supreme Council attention, and when all else fails to spark improvement, these chapters have been disciplined or closed. And, to guarantee growth and continued prosperity, Pi Kappa Alpha has dedicated time and energy to chapter expansion. Read, study, indeed scrutinize, the pages that follow. They describe what Pi Kappa Alpha has done during this past year and what, with hard work, our beloved Fraternity will become. Fraternally, Gary E. Menchhofer National President 12 Shield & Diamond

13 'The year reflected great strides in the Fraternity's growth- both outwardly, as we expanded with astonishing rapidity, and inwardly, as we prepare for our future. ANNUAL REPORT PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY Expansion In expansion, the Fraternity enjoyed one of its most successful years in recent history. Five new colonjes were established, in eluding two re-establishments. They represent groups at Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Ohio University (Gamma Omicron), Nevada-Reno, California State-Long Beach and Colorado (Beta Upsilon). Colonies are still under development at Randolph Macon Col lege and Florida Southern (Delta Delta). Iota Beta chapter at California State-Fresno and Iota Gamma chapter at Kearney State College were chartered this year while the aforementioned colonies anticipate charterings in the next twelve to eighteen months. Michigan State University and Californja Polytechnjc State University-San Luis Obispo are scheduled for fa ll colonization. These projects and their respective degrees of success simply touch the surface of the Fraternity's work in expansion during Under the direction of Director of Expansion Todd W. Mudd and Associate Director of Expansion Ernest A. Cox, Pi Kappa Alpha added a variety of marketing and public relations materials to explain and sell the expansion program to targeted colleges and universities. M uch work was dedicated to documenting the "how to's" of developing and maintajning a colony as it works towards charter ing. Targeted in this documentation are colony undergraduates and, most importantly, alumni brothers. The additional documentation and front-end training now pro vided to our colonies' members and alumnj advisors are already proving successful as start-up time has been shortened and the ingredients for long-term success are evident from the beginning. Communications New and continuing publications, new typesetting equipment and a new videotape program made the past year extremely ex citing for the Fraternity's communications program. In September 1986, Pi Kappa Alpha added the Alumni Adviser, a quarterly publication for volunteer alumni. Intended for national officers, chapter advisors and alumni association and house corporation contacts, the Alumni Adviser carries b')th inside news and advice. During the past year both the Garnet and Gold reference manual and The Oa~: A History of Pi Kappa Alpha were revised and reprinted. The Constitution t:j' Laws was revised in line with legislation passed at the 1986 Boston Convention. The Headquarters staff also completed revisions and additions to the series of officer manuals and modulogues, including new or substan tially revised manuals for the chapter advisor, president and rush chairman. of Pi Kappa Alpha EXPANSION SUMMARY Existing Colonies: Randolph Macon College Florida Southern (Delta Delta) Rose-Holman Institute of Technology Inspection scheduled for December 5, Ohio University (Gamma Omicron) Chartering scheduled for October 17, University of Nevada-Reno California State-Long Beach Colorado (Beta Upsilon) Colonizations in the near future: Michigan State University Colonization scheduled for September 20 - October 11, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo Colonization scheduled for October 18 - November 8, T hese new injtiatives did not, however, distract from a sus tained commitment to long-standing publications such as the Shield t:j' Diamond and Forum. All of the Fraternity's publications benefited tremendously from typesetting equjpment purchased during the past year. The new Compugraphic MCS system has the capacity for full-page com position, which cuts down on production time while improving the fi nal appearance of the printed piece. The Compugraphic system also stores typeset material within computer memory, allowing for more efficient filing and retrieval. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Pi Kappa Alpha entered an entirely new realm of communications programming with the videotape series. In January, the Garnet and Gold videotape was premiered before an enthusiastic and receptive audience of undergraduates and alumni. This premiere culminated more than one year's work by Director of Communications David L. Ander son on the videotape program. Based upon this initial success, the Winning Rush videotape received Supreme Council approval, premiering at the recently held Officers' Leadership Academy. Both videotapes are available to members from the M emorial Headquarters at a price of $35 each. 13

14 Housing The National Fraternity's role in chapter housing is primarily that of a lender. Through the Chapter House Fund administered by the Pi Kappa Alpha Housing Commission, loans are granted to qualifying chapters and house corporations for the purchase, construction or remodeling of housing, or the acquisition of furnishings and equipment. Loan limits are $100,000 for real estate and $15,000 for furniture. In , the Chapter House Fund granted loans to two chapters for the acquisition or maintenance of competitive housing on their campuses. Three loans were granted to chapters purchasing new furnishings and equipment for the chapter house. These loans totalled $178,500 in new fu nds with $157,316 having since been disbursed. The chapters which benefited from these loans were Beta Omicron (University of O~lahoma), Beta Pi (University of Pennsylvania), Epsilon Iota (Soou.theast Missouri State University), Iota Alpha (University of Wyoming), and Theta (Rhodes College). Two loans were modified and one subordinated to a local loan for a total of $182,586 to allow the respective house corporations the ability to better handle their debt structures and make improvements to the chapter houses. This coming year should result in increased housing activity. The Housing Commission has already committed three loans totaling $227,000 which will be disbursed during the academic year. Additionally, one application is pending and several requests for loan information have been received. General Fund Statistical Analysis GENERAL FUND INCOME % Undergraduate Dues & Fees 0 2.3%... Penalties and Fines 0 3.5%... Other Income 0 4.8%... Endowment Fund 0 5.1% Supply Sales 0 7.4% Housing GENERAL FUND EXPENSES Staff % Operating Expenses % Communications % Chapter Supplies % Special Programs % Convention Reserve % Travel % Shield & Diamond % 0 0 D D D D 0 14 Shield ~ Diamond

15 Services I Special Services In , the chapter consultants remained the Fraternity's most visible, and important, service provided to Pi Kappa Alpha's one hundred and eighty-one chapters and colonies. One hundred and ninety-six visitations were made during the academic year, including fifteen revisits to chapters requiring special assistance. Additionally, Director of Services Michael Moreland and Executive Director Allen W. Groves assisted several chapters in recruiting a chapter advisor or chapter advisory board, and these efforts will continue in on a larger scale under new Director of Services Daniel Corah. The alumni receivership program, inaugurated at Alpha Mu chapter (Georgia) in 1984, continued to prove a valuable method of involving local alumni in the restoration of chapters experiencing difficulties. Gamma Delta chapter (Arizona) enjoyed a second consecutive year of extraordinary success and growth under the program, and was taken out of receivership in June Alpha Zeta chapter (Ar~ansas), Beta Omicron chapter 6,000 5,750 5,500 5,250 5,000 4,750 4,631 PLEDGINGS 5,251 5,173 5,017 5,596 5,917 5,601 4, ,500 4,250 4,000 3,750 3,500 3,250 / I 3,465 "' INITIATIONS / 3,991 I~ 4,203 ~, mitment to building a corps of active and knowledgeable alumni advisors for our undergraduate chapters. Given Pi Kappa Alpha's strong commitment to creating a quality fraternity experience for each undergraduate member in each chapter, there are times when an individual chapter must be closed for failure to provide such an experience to its members. Such was the case, to differing degrees, in the charter suspensions of Zeta Psi (Nicholls State) and Delta Kappa (San Diego State) chapters this past spring. The Supreme Council cited Zeta Chi's failure to recruit an adequate number of men to maintain a strong and viable chapter as the reason for that chapter's charter suspension, while the primary reasons given for Delta Kappa's closing were internal and external difficulties which, despite the presence of an alumni receivership board, saw the chapter ultimately unable to meet successfully the Fraternity's standards and objectives. TOTAL INITIATED UNDERGRADUATES (O~lahoma), Beta Delta chapter (New Mexico), Delta Beta chapter (Bowling Green) and Alpha Gamma chapter (Louisiana State) remain under the program and are experiencing steady growth. The Supreme Council and Memorial Headquarters staff continued efforts to identify chapter problems and weaknesses before they could become so great as to endanger a group's perpetuation. One method has been the use of Supreme Council Policy #18, Minimum Chapter Size. Under this policy, chapters which fall below twenty-five initiated student members are monitored for a one-year period, during which time they are expected to increase chapter size to at least thirty initiates. Through this program, chapters have been made to understand the importance of maintaining a healthy chapter size in order to provide the fmancial resources, manpower and quality of fraternal experience. A new chapter advisor workshop, featuring six different individual program seminars, was introduced at the 1987 Officers' Leadership Academy, again underscoring the Fraternity's comof Pi Kappa Alpha 13,000 12,500 12,000 U,500 JJ,OOO 10,500 12,966 12,296 12,226 U,931 U,790 11,5U 10,

16 Robert Adger Smythe Proficiency Awards Statistically Spea~ing... The Robert Adger Smythe Proficiency Award is the highest honor a Pi Kappa Alpha chapter can receive. From a field of 176 chapters, a maximum of fifteen are selected each year. This year, ten top chapters received this recognition. From Cornell to California, the range is transcontinental. Some chapters, such as Gamma at the College of William & Mary, are among Pi Kappa Alpha's oldest and most established. Others include some of the Fraternity's newest brethren, such as Theta Omega at the University of California-Davis. Award decisions are based upon both internal programming and outward strength. Programming competence, as evaluated by the chapter consultant and substantiated by the year-end summary, is evident in each Smythe Award chapter. All were rated excellent in overall proficiency. Top marks were earned in fmances, membership reporting, pledge education, alumni relations, management and operations, scholarship, ritual and community service. Paper lions they are not. In addition to such overwhelming internal strength, these chapters also possess top campus stand- ing. They are recogni:z:ed competitors among fraternities at their schools. Top reputation - built through consistently solid performances in rush, intramurals, student leadership and involvement in chapter activities - also typify the Smythe Award chapters. Statistics cannot tell the whole story. A description, or a decision, based exclusively on numbers would omit essential items upon which the Fraternity was founded. Numbers cannot directly indicate the attitude of the chapter. They tell nothing about the friendships which are shared, or the personal growth which is fostered. And this year's Robert Adger Smythe Proficiency Awards were not selected solely on a statistical basis. Statistics do, however, provide a solid outline. They give information about si:z:e and achievement. They provide evidence of a cooperative attitude in which "we and us" is more important that "I and me". They allow comparison, and give all Pi Kappa Alpha chapters a standard of performance. They present an outline of excellence. CHAPTER SIZE r!william & MAR~ 84 AN IMISSOURII U9 BE>!CORNELL! 101 B<I> IPURDUEI U3 ~ 0!ARKANSAS STAT 83 E0 I COLORADO STATE I 115 HE I SAN ANGELO STATE I so 0A!CREIGHTON! 98 00!INDIANA STATE! 93 0Q I u. CAL-DAVIS I 102 PLEDGINGS r I WILLIAM & MARY I 33 AN IMISSOURII 59 BE>!CORNELL! 28 B<I>!PURDUE! 45 ~ 0 I ARKANSAS STATE I 42 E0 I COLORADO STATE I 48 HE!SAN ANGELO STATE! 35 0A!CREIGHTON I 53 00!INDIANA STATE! 65 0Q I u. CAL-DAVIS I 31 GRADE POINT AVERAGE AN!MISSOURI I 2.59 BE>!CORNELL! 2.97 B<I>!PURDUE I 2.50 ~ 0 I ARKANSAS STATE I 2.62 E0 I COLORADO STATE I 2.63 HE!SAN ANGELO STATE! A!CREIGHTON I !INDIANA STATE I Q I u. CAL-DAVIS! 2.74 INITIATIONS r I WILLIAM & MARY I 33 AN!MISSOURI I 38 BE> I CORNELL I 26 B<I>!PURDUE! 44 ~0!ARKANSAS STATE! 34 E0 COLORADO STAT 47 HE!SAN ANGElO STATE I 25 0A!CREIGHTON I. so 00!INDIANA STATE I 53 0Q I u. CAL-DAVIS I Shield~ Diamond

17 The Harvey T. Newell Award In the fall of 1986, the Gamma Rho chapter rush chairman issued the following challenge to the members of his chapter: "Welcome back to good ol' N.U.! I am very excited to be back and I guess you are, too. Who wouldn't be? Our fraternity has grown by leaps and bounds in the past couple of years. Just three years ago, half of this campus had never even heard of us. That certainly is not the case today. We've doubled our size, social calendar, prestige and fun every year. We've got so much going for us. A golden opportunity is pounding on our door. Two and a half weeks of hard work will make us the hottest thing on this campus, hands down. We Members of Gamma Rho chapter accept the 1987 Harvey T. Newell Award from National President Gary E. Menchhofer and Executive Vice President Raymond L. Orian s at the Officers' Leadership Academy A wards Banquet. volleyball and softball, had a membership including six varsity athletes, and held a campus calendar competition. The men of Gamma Rho also understand the importance of service to the local community. This past year they continued their recent record of going above and beyond the call of duty. The chapter sponsored or participated in fifteen events, including a campus competition in which they raised $3,000 for one charity, and supplied volunteers to Special Olympics Day, the Kids Off:fhe-Street program, and the Salvation Army Clothing Drive. While maintaining hectic social, campus involvehave the people, the reputation, the tangible and intangible structure - literally everything we need to do it. We just need to put them together the right way." And "put it together the right way" Gamma Rho did, culminating a third straight year of tremendous growth and improvement by winning the 1987 Harvey T. Newell Award as Pi Kappa Alpha's most improved chapter. Gamma Rho's success reads like a blueprint of how to build a great chapter. Beginning a few short years ago with only a handful of members, those men threw themselves into the chapter's rush effort with extraordinary zeal. And year by year, always concentrating on rush, the chapter began to build in size and quality. At the mid-point of last year, Gam- ma Rho stood at a chapter size of sixty-five men, competitive on a campus where a few short years before they were a non-entity. Internally, the chapter is perhaps as strong as any in the nation. The chapter's management system includes three officer retreats annually, and a committee system with thirteen committees, each having a notebook and section of the chapter's management ftles d in the house office. This past year, the chapter rewrote the by-laws, and implemented changes in the format of the weekly chapter meetings which resulted in near perfect attendance throughout the year. On campus, Pi Kappa Alphas were leaders in almost every student organization. They were represented in sixty different ones. The chapter ftnished fll'st in all-campus intramural ''A golden opportunity is pounding on our oor. '' rp ment, athletic and fraternal schedules, the members of the chapter remained cognizant of the main reason why they were in college. Gamma Rho maintained a near 3.0 chapter grade point average for the third successive year on a campus considered to be one of the nation's most academically demanding. No discussion of Gamma Rho's success, however, would be complete without mentioning the contributions of Faculty Advisor Dr. Robert Schluter. Dr. Schluter has become a friend to the many members of the chapter over the last three years, providing insight, serving as a liaison with the University administration, and offering individual and group tutoring. Gamma Rho also has an effective chapter advisory board of six men, under the supervision of its new chapter advisor, Larry Wegner. This group of dedicated alumni is working to build a solid foundation for the chapter which will ensure its long term success. Toward that end, the undergraduates are making a contribution, setting aside twenty dollars per man each quarter in a fund that will allow a future complete renovation of the chapter house. As host of the Midwest Regional Leadership Conference, Gamma Rho had the opportunity to show the rest of the fine chapters in that region how strong it had become. The Newell Award winners, the men of Gamma Rho - Pi Kappa Alpha's Most Improved Chapter - are now recognized by the entire Fraternity for their outstanding efforts and achievements. of Pi Kappa Alpha 17

18 Awards Summary PLEDGE EDUCATION Gamma College of William & Mary RUSH Division I (1-9 fraternities) Theta Lambda Creighton University Division II (10-19 fraternities) Theta Omicron Indiana State University Division III (20 or more fraternities) Gamma Delta University of Ari~ona SCHOLARSHIP Alpha University of Virginia Theta Rhodes College Certificate of Excellence Alpha Xi University of Cincinnati ALUMNI RELATIONS Overall Beta Phi Purdue University Finalists Alpha Phi Iowa State University Alpha Nu University of Missouri-Columbia Theta Omicron Indiana State University Beta Chi University of Minnesota CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT Beta Alpha Pennsylvania State University Alpha Kappa University of Missouri-Rolla Theta Beta University of Montevallo ATHLETICS Alpha Nu University of Georgia Alpha Phi Iowa State University Alpha Epsilon North Carolina State University Gamma College of William & Mary Certificates of Excellence Beta Mu University of Texas Gamma Alpha University of Alabama Beta Phi Purdue University Theta Omicron Indiana State University Alpha Xi University of Cincinnati Eta Nu Northern Illinois University Epsilon Phi University of Central Arkansas Epsilon Omega East Central University Delta Theta Arkansas State University Zeta Kappa Ferris State College Eta Sigma West Georgia College Theta Omega University of California-Davis Delta Iota Marshall University Zeta Beta Delta State University COMMUNITY SERVICE Overall Delta Iota Marshall University Finalists Alpha Nu University of Missouri-Columbia Epsilon Virginia Tech Epsilon Theta Colorado State Gamma Coolege of William & Mary Eta Phi University of Central. Florida PUBLICATIONS Alpha Phi Iowa State University Beta Phi Purdue University SMYTHE AWARDS Beta Theta Cornell University Alpha Nu University of Missouri-Columbia Beta Phi Purdue University Theta Omicron Indiana State University Epsilon Theta Colorado State University Delta Theta Arkansas State Gamma College of William & Mary Theta Lambda Creighton University Eta Epsilon San Angelo State University Theta Omega University of California-Davis LOYALTY AWARD Garth C. Grissom (Alpha Omicron '49) DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT Jack 0. Snyder (Beta Alpha '61) POWERS AWARD Overall Winner Gleason R. Benford Jr. Epsilon Nu Georgia State University Finalists Brent Blaine Tener Theta Phi Wichita State University Jere Sheffield McGuffee II Delta Zeta Memphis State University William T. Ross Delta Gamma Miami University of Ohio Phillip P. Scaglia Alpha Nu University of Missouri-Columbia Daniel R. Harpe Alpha Lambda Georgetown College CHAPTER ADVISOR OF THE YEAR Robert D. White, Jr. (Zeta Kappa '66) 18 Shield & Diamond

19 Chapter Capsules ACTIVE CHAPTERS SIZE PLEDGINGS INITIATIONS TOTAL SIZE Alpha (University of Virginia) Beta (Davidson College) Gamma (William G' Mary) Epsilon (Virginia 'fech) Zeta ('Tennessee) Eta (Tulane University) Theta (Rhodes College) Iota (Hampden-Sydney) Kappa (Transylvania) Mu (Presbyterian College) Nu (Wofford College) Xi (South Carolina) Omicron (University of Richmond) Pi (Washington G' Lee) Sigma (Vanderbilt) Tau (North Carolina) Upsilon (Auburn) Omega (Kentuclry) Alph a Alpha (Du~e) Alpha Gamma (Louisiana State) Alpha Delta (Georgia 'fech) Alpha Epsilon (]'{orth Carolina State) Alpha Zeta (Ar~ansas) Alpha Eta (Florida) Alpha Theta (West Virginia) Alpha Iota (Millsaps Coll ege) Alpha Kappa (Missouri-Rolla) Alpha Lambda (Georgetown) Alpha Mu (Georgia) Alpha Nu (Missouri-Columbia) Alpha Xi (Cincinnati) Alpha Omicron (Southwestern) Alpha Pi (Samford) Alpha Rho (Ohio State) Alpha Sigma (California B er~eley) Alpha Tau (Utah) Alph a Phi (Iowa State) Alpha Chi (Syracuse) Alpha Omega (Kansas State) Beta Alpha (Pennsylvania State) Beta Beta (Washington) Beta Gamma (Kansas) Beta Delta (]'{ew Mexico) Beta Zeta (Southern Methodist) Beta Eta (Illinois) Beta Theta (Cornell) Beta Kappa (Emory) Beta Mu (Texas) Beta Nu (Oregon State) Beta Xi (Wisconsin) Beta Omicron (O~lahoma) Beta Pi (Pennsylvania) Beta Sigma (Carnegie M ellon) Beta Phi (Purdue) Beta Chi (Minnesota) Gamma Alpha (Alabama) of Pi Kappa ALpha 19

20 ACTIVE CHAPTERS SIZE PLEDGINGS INITIATIONS TOTAL SIZE Gamma Delta (University of Arizona) Gamma Epsilon (Utah State) Gamma Theta (Mississippi State) Gamma Iota (Mississippi) Gamma Kappa (Montana State) Gamma Lambda (Lehigh) Gamma Mu (New Hampshire) Gamma Nu (Iowa) Gamma Xi (Washington State) Gamma Rho (Northwestern) Gamma Sigma (Pittsburgh) Gamma Tau (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Gamma Upsilon ('Tulsa) Gamma Phi (Wa~e Forest) Gamma Chi (O~lah om a State) Gamma Psi (Louisiana Polytechnic Institute) Gamma Omega (Miami) Delta Beta (Bowling Green) Delta Gamma (Miami-Ohio) Delta Epsilon ('Tenn essee-chattanooga) Delta Zeta (Memphis State) Delta Eta (Dela ware) Delta Theta (A r ~ansas State) Delta Iota (Marshal!) Delta Lambda (Florida State) Delta Mu (Southern M ississippi) Delta Nu (Wayne State) Delta Xi (Indiana) Delta Omicron (Dra~e) Delta Pi (San Jose State) Delta Rho (Linfield) Delta Sigma (Bradley) Delta Tau (Arizona State) Delta Upsilon (Stetson) Delta Chi (J\l.ebras~a - Omah a) Delta Psi (Maryland) Delta Omega (High Point) Epsilon Alpha ('Trinity) Epsilon Beta (Valparaiso) , Epsilon Gamma ('Texas 'Tech) Epsilon Delta (North 'Texas State) Epsilon Epsilon ('Toled o) Epsilon Zeta (East 'Tennessee State) Epsilon Eta (Houston) Epsilon Theta (Colorado State) Epsilon Iota (Southeast Missouri State) Epsilon Kappa (Lamar) Epsilon Lambda (Murray State) Epsilon Mu (East Carolina) Epsilon Nu (Georgia State) Epsilon Xi (Case Western Reserve) Epsilon Omicron (Stephen F. Austin) Epsilon Pi (Sam Houston State) Epsilon Sigma ('Tennessee-Martin) Epsilon Tau (Eastern J\l.ew M exico State) Epsilon Upsilon (Gannon) Epsilon Phi (Central Ar~ansas) Epsilon Chi (Pittsburg State) Epsilon Psi (Western M ichigan) Epsilon Omega (East Central University) Shield ~ Diamond

21 ACTIVE CHAPTERS SIZE PLEDGINGS INITIATIONS TOTAL SIZE Zeta Alpha (General Motors Institute) Zeta Beta (Delta State) Zeta Gamma (Eastern Illinois) Zeta Epsilon (Western Kentuclry) Zeta Zeta (Southwestern State College) ~ Zeta Eta (Ar~ansas-Little Roc~ Zeta Theta (Southwest 'Texas State) Zeta Kappa (Ferris State) Zeta Mu (Idaho) Zeta Xi (Western C arolina) Zeta Omicron (California State-Northridge) Zeta Pi (South Florida) Zeta Rho (North Da~ota) Zeta Sigma (Florida Institute of 'Technology) Zeta Tau (Eastern Kentuclry University) Zeta Phi (University of Missouri-St. Louis) Zeta Chi (Southwest Missouri State University) Zeta Omega (University of Southwestern Louisiana) Eta Alpha (Clemson University) Eta Beta (Sewn Hall University) Eta Epsilon (Angelo State University) Eta Zeta (Middle 'Tennessee State University) Eta Theta (Weber State College) Eta Kappa (University of South Alabama) Eta Nu (Northern nlinois University) Eta Omicron (Northeast Louisiana University) Eta Rho (Northern Kentuc/ry University) Eta Sigma (West Georgia College) Eta Tau (Austin Peay State University) Eta Upsilon (University of 'Texas-Arlington) Eta Phi (University of C entral Florida) Theta Alpha (University of North Alabama) Theta Beta (University of Montevallo) Theta Gamma (Georgia C ollege) Theta Delta (Francis Marion College) Theta Epsilon (North East O~lah oma State) Theta Zeta (University of Northern Iowa) Theta Eta (Loyola-Marymount) Theta Theta ('Texas AC9'M) Theta Kappa (Indiana University Southeast) Theta Lambda (Creighton University) Theta Mu (University of Massachusetts) Theta Nu (Baylor University) Theta Xi (East 'Texas State University) Theta Omicron (Indiana State University) Theta Pi (University of Alabama-Huntsville) Theta Rho (Northern Arizona University) Theta Sigma (Winthrop College) Theta Tau (California State-Sacramento) Theta Upsilon ('Tennessee 'Tech University) Theta Phi (Wichita State University) Theta Chi (Villanova University) Theta Psi (Chapman College) Theta Omega (University of California-Davis) Iota Alpha (University of Wyoming) Iota Beta (Fresno State) Iota Gamma (Kearney State) of Pi Kappa A!pha 21

22 Hcird Hats and Shovels Signal Construction To Begin "The groundbrea~ing we do today is not solely for providing much needed administrative and museum space, but more importantly, for Pi Kappa Alpha to symbolically establish an image and foundation which others in the Gree~ community can emulate." - Gary E. Menchhofer National President Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity - Menchhofer, Denton and Orians break ground for the new Memorial Headquarters ver two hundred alumni and undergraduates were on hand for Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Head quarters on May 29, In attendance also were members of the Memorial Foundation's executive committee, members of the Supreme Council and the Fraternity's professional staff. Memorial Foundation President-elect Joseph]. Turner Jr. emceed the event which featured keynote addresses from National President Gary Menchhofer, M emorial Foundation President George Denton and Executive Vice President Raymond L. Orians. An invocation was delivered by the Reverend Marshall Scott (Zeta '74). The new headquarters, with 23,000 square feet, will be twice the siz;e of the ex isting headquarters. The building features an imposing rotunda, thirty-six feet in diameter, which will be reminiscent of the rotunda at the University of Virginia, where Pi Kappa Alpha was founded in In addition to office space for twenty-five national staff members, the new headquarters will include meeting rooms, a library and a muse-om that will house memorabilia dating from the Fraternity's founding. It should be noted that the street on which the new building will be located is to be nam ed West Range Cove. The name carries historical significance, since the Fraternity was founded at Number 47 West Range at the University of Virginia more than 100 years ago. Pi Kappa Alpha has been headquartered in Memphis since Since 1954, the Fraternity's executive offices have been located near Rhodes College. Rhodes pur chased the present Memorial Headquarters building from Pi Kappa Alpha earlier this year and has not announced how it will utiliz;e the facility. "We have had an excellent relationship with Rhodes," Executive Vice President Orians said. "During the time Pi Kappa Alpha has been headquartered near Rhodes, the Fraternity has experienced the most dramatic growth in its history." Since the present headquarters was con structed in 1954, Pi Kappa Alpha has grown from 109 chapters with 4,000 undergraduates and 50,000 alumni to 180 chapters with 13,000 undergraduates and 140,000 alumni members. Scheduled completion of the new building will be in late spring of ''The significant growth in our Frater nity, both in membership and numbers of chapters, along with our increasing position of leadership in the fraternity world have dictated the need for a new national headquarters." -George W. Denton President, Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation Memphis area alumni join in the ground break ing celebrations. Shield 6>' Diamond

23 ALUMNI + THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES 40 Years of Academic Achievement and Leadership Development When a fraternity man is questioned on the value of Greek letter organizations, and more specifically, on what was the most important opportunity the Fraternity afforded him during his undergraduate affiliation, chances are he will immediately respond with the following: the opportunity to make new friends. In almost every instance, the mention of the Fraternity to an alumnus immediately brings to mind the warm and lasting friendships made during this all-important point in a young man's development. This opportunity is most likely present in all college fraternities, for it is hard to place a group of men together for several years without some significant bonding occurring. Unlike any other time in our history, today's Fraternity chapter provides tremendous opportunities not only in friendships, but in mo~ivational leadership, personal development and a host of other areas not in the forefront of thought when one leisurely ponders the merits of the fraternal experience. Surely, for an undergraduate to benefit and learn the additional skills provided by these opportunities, h;-must first accept the responsibility of being an active chapter member or aspire to lead as a chapter officer. What a young man gains through his fraternal involvement in addition to these friendships is what makes one fraternity different from another. However, and equally important, is the fact that before our undergraduate brother can benefit from these opportunities, the opportunity must first exist. This brother must be provided the proper instruction so that both he and the chapter gain from his performance. Enter the Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation The opportunity to provide undergraduates experiences second to none in the fraternity world continues to be the primary goal of the Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation. Through the generous contributions of our alumni as well as the foresight of its trustees, the Memorial Foundation continues to build on a legacy of commitment to our undergraduate brothers. It is the Memorial Foundation's goal, through multi-faceted educational programming, to provide TIKA undergraduates the skills necessary to perform the duties of their respective offices while gaining experience that will continue to assist brothers as they enter their chosen vocations. What programs is the Memorial Foundation funding, and what are their measurable effects? The Foundation's programs have one common denominator: the pursuit of excellence, both as a member of the chapter and as an individual. A closer look at this programming substantiates this claim. Officers' Leadership Academy One of the most successful and well received programs now funded by the Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation is the Officers' Leadership Academy. This four day school, held every other summer, provides one of the most encompassing agendas of Pi Kappa Alpha found in any endeavor of its type. Throughout their four day stay on a college campus in Memphis, our undergraduates are provided classroom explanations of successful chapter practices. A number of personal development seminars are also featured, including graduate school planning, resume writing and interviewing skills. TIKA undergraduates come away from this experience with an enhanced knowledge of how to better perform the duties of their respective chapter office or chairmanship, as well as gaining valuable insight into other areas of chapter management. The reception to this program continues to climb at a staggering pace. Revitalized in 1983 after a ten year hiatus, 165 undergraduates and chapter advisors made the trek to Memphis for that year's Academy. In August of 1985, over 300 participants broke all previous attendance records for the event: this year over 400 TIKAs participated in the Officers' Leadership Academy. SMC (Chapter President) Conference Another Memorial Foundation sponsored program unique to Pi Kappa Alpha is the annual SMC Conference. This weekend workshop, held in January, is designed specifically for chapter presidents with seminars assisting the SMC in the management of all chapter programs. Just as the Officers' Leadership Academy, this conference has experienced a significant increase in participants each year. The first Conference in 1973 attracted thirteen SMCs. This past January, 146 of the 175 chapter presidents across the country made the 1987 gathering the largest to date. While there is no registration fee for the SMC Conference, participants do pay their round trip transportation expenses and accommodation costs while in Memphis. Regional Leadership Conference To this point, the programs discussed have been targeted directly to the chapter officer. A third and equally meaningful program designed to bring Pi Kappa Alpha "closer to home" for its 13,000 undergraduates is the Regional Leadership Conference. The 1974 Vail Convention reorganized the United States into fifteen geographic regions. Each region is headed by a volunteer alumnus who serves as regional president. Each region holds an annual regional leadership conference organized by the regional president sometime between October and April. Chapter officers, rank and file members and pledges are all encouraged to attend weekend educational and leadership workshops. Members of the Supreme Council, the Memorial Headquarters staff, other national officers and local alumni serve as faculty during this action packed weekend. This past year, 2,660 TIKAs attended the conferences. As of this year, the Memorial Foundation has assumed total funding of the subsidized expenses for these conferences with tax-deductible alumni contributions raised through the Annual Fund. 23

24 Joseph J. Thrner, Jr. William N. LaForge Thomas C. Tillar R. Craig Hoenshell Louis B. Quinto Me»torial Foundation Officers Elected At the annual meeting of the Memorial Foundation on Sunday, July 26, outgoing President George W. Denton (Alpha N.u '43) passed the gavel to the Foundation's newly elected President Joseph]. Turner, Jr. (Eta Alpha '70). Turner was elected president of the Foundation for a two year term which ends in He replaces Denton who served as president since After accepting election to his new post, Turner said of Denton, "I know of no other individual who has served this board as George has over the last three years. With his leadership the Foundation has expanded its responsibilities, within the structure of the Fraternity, to attract greater alumni support which has enabled us to fund many more educational programs for our undergraduates." "George's insight and planning during his presidency has brought much recognition to the Foundation," Turner said, "He has travelled more than any other president has, and thus has given the Foundation a new identity amongst our alumni and undergraduates." Of course, Turner is no stranger to Pi Kappa Alpha. He brings with him to this position the experience as a past national president ( ) and various other national officer posts, including a two term national vice president ( ), alumni commission chairman ( ) and regional president ( ). Professionally, Turner is the chairman, chief executive officer and coowner of Palmetto Capital in Clemson, South Carolina. He also serves as a member of the Commission of Higher Education for the state of South Carolina. Other officers elected to the Foundation for a two year term are William N. LaForge (Zeta Beta '70) as president-elect, Thomas C. Tillar, Jr. (Epsilon '70) as secretary and R. Craig Hoenshell (Delta Chi '62) as treasurer. Like Turner, LaForge is also no stranger to the Fraternity. He is the immediate past national president of Pi Kappa Alpha. Professionally, LaForge works in Washington, D.C. as chief of staff to United States Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi. Tillar has been a trustee of the Foundation since He resides in Blacksburg, Virginia and is employed by Virginia Tech as its director of annual giving. Elected to the Foundation in 1984 as a trustee, Hoenshell works with American Express as executive vice president of financial services and president of the American Express Centurion Bank. During its elections the Foundation also elected Thomas E. Husselman as a new trustee. Husselman is a 1949 initiate of Delta Gamma chapter at Miami of Ohio University. Professionally, he is president ofmatco, Inc. in Zionsville, Indiana. In this capacity, Quinto will manage the operations of the Foundation and coordinate all of the Foundation's fund-raising efforts which include the Annual Fund and a soon-to-be-announced capital campaign. He will also continue to serve as editor of the Shield C9' Diamond. Quinto is in his sixth year as a member of the Fraternity's professional staff. During that time he has served as a chapter consultant, director of alumni services, and most recently as director of development. He is a graduate of Purdue University where he was initiated at Beta Phi chapter. Currently, he serves on Beta Phi's Home Association as a director, and as chapter advisor to TIKA's Delta Zeta chapter at Memphis State University. Quinto is also a member of the board for the College Fraternity Editor's Association, and a member of the Fraternity Executives Association's foundation managers meeting committee. Memorial Foundation Past President George W Denton (Alpha N.u '43), left, congratulates former Ambassador to Sweden Fran~lin S. Forsberg (Alpha 'Tau '28) on his induction into the Order of West Range and presents him with his medallion and engraved certificate. Fran~lin was inducted into the Order of West Range at the 1986 N.ational Convention, but was unable to attend. 'This presentation too~ place on a trip by Denton to N,ew Yor~ City in April. Forsberg is a member of the first class of alumni initiated into the Order. Six alumni are selected for induction at each national convention. Other alumni inducted into the Order of West Range with Forsberg were Dr. Malcolm 'Todd (Alpha N,u '25), U.S. Senator 'Thad Cochran (Gamma Iota '56), Donald W Reynolds (Alpha N,u '25), L.A. Broo~s McCall (Mu '32), and Dr. 'Thomas K. McCraw (Gamma Iota '58). Q uinto Appointed Foundation's Executive O fficer Pi Kappa Alpha's Executive Vice President recently announced the appointment of Louis B. Quinto (Beta Phi '79) as executive officer of the Memorial Foundation. 24 ShieLd & Diamond

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May ' 46 LP Ceotte P1baba II '11 LP Jon C, Countcu '53 LP May'~FN WaJtcrR BO(anJr 'l6lp Roben H HannonJr '69 FN R.a vmondb Raben A Poncr 'SO LP S>dtt~ E. Tirnblc '62 LP Alabama Gamma Alpha Memorial Foundation Honor Roll A nnual Fun d Giving Levels: Loyal TIKAs, $1 to $99 (LP) ; Foundation Club, $100 to $199 (FN) ; Dagger & Key Club, $200 to $299 (DK) Garnet Club, $300 to $399 (GA); Gold Club, $400 and up (GO). Recognition is based upon all alumni gifts received between July I, 1986 and July lo, 1987 for the Memorial f oundation's Annual f und. Club levels are represented by last year's gift onl y. T hese levels are not cumulative giv ~ ing totals. If you would like to know the level of you r cumulative giving to Pi Kappa Alpha's Memorial Foundation, contact the Director of foun, dation Programs at the na ~ tiona! office. Gifts to local chapters are not a part of the Memorial f oundation. 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Voung'26LP Wittenberg Gamma Zeta Sunon B BroY>'n '28 LP Robcn Amandus Donercr '30 J.'N Timothy L. Fuller '7'2 LP CalderCi~n 11 '.5 1 LP Harold D. Herl '26F.V CharltsC Hofclith ' 31 LP PauiR. Hunt ' 47LP George G. Killongcr '28 LP Roger L. Lud.low '!it LP Conro~d C. Mattern '50 LP Carl D. Ponz '26 LP NcdW. Schall '48LP Woodbury Eta Iota R Scou Chenoweth '72 LP Wofford Nu James Hrnry AmkkJ r. '8 1 LP S:unucl D. Blatk '61 FN Linwood C. Bradford '58 LP l..conardl-1. BufTJr. '55LP Kenneth Hubcn Buffington '61 LP Elijah C. Bumttt Ill '61 LP M ichac\ L Chrwning Sr. '62 LP Randolph Clark '78 LP Stephen C. Coates '65 LP Clirton B. Crosland '55 LP WolliamW. CulpJr. '!i.flp Stephen Malone Docbon '81 LP Charle~ U Dn.wdy Sr. '60 LP Noah F Cil»on IV '65 LP JohnA. Gr.o.zcl'6 1 LP Damcl Brin Kimd '84 LP A. Wooch ille Ledbcttu Ill '83 LP Robbie Dale Liule,;ohn '80 LP Rudolph\\'. Mills 'HLP J ohn HeMyNolcnJr '64FN J ohn C. North Ill '66 LP Carl John PerkinM>n '81 FN Dougtu L Poner '60 LP Josc:phO. Pricc:Jr. '51 LP Rodney M. Stalhcim '64 LP Robert H. SniJ.,.eiiJr. '66 LP Shannon Lee T yler '80 LP Wtlliam Polk Wt:Cb '81 LP l..r:eaiicnwells'76lp Wyoming Iota Alpha Ralph P Cardon;&~ '86 LP The following do no rs were inadver.. t antly left out of alphabet ical sequence: East Central Epsilon Omega Ccarge E. Abshirt '73 LP D:IVid Wayne Campbell '82 LP B. Leroy Cantrdl'76 LP Max A. Chronister '71 LP Marvin Roy Ewy '64 LP A. Broadley Farrcll'71 LP Kent Marcom Hamilton '78 LP CaryWayneM;ay'82 LP Alan T. M t Kay '66 LP PhihpG. Pitts '7 1 LP Ben E. Williamson '73 LP Ferris State Zeta Kappa D;:aYKI Edward Andenon '7.5 LP Robcn Cary Ashmore Jr. '82 LP Charles Andrew Clark ' 80 LP J OKph T Cole '7l LP K ~m Moc.haciCousinau '76 LP Bruce Endlinc '69 LP KcvinCeorgefunncry'78LP Chri11opherCagne '84 LP Dean Kenneth Gomoll '79 LP RichlardCh.,lesGray II '7 1 LP K arl f r.o.neos H a~sc: rjr '66 LP Mithacl Wtlliam Hogan '7.5 G.A J ohn H:lmpton HouhJr. '66 LP Kenneth Lee Kllnten '66 LP Ma.rkStepftlln Kcvnid; '81 LP Mlltthcw Uoyd Kristm '82 LP Scott Andrew l..cggat '81 LP RodncyBoyd McUing'7 1 FN Damd Arden Nagy '78 LP Scott Bradley NclM>n '83 LP J osc:ph L. Nowak J r. ' 77 LP James Ohanesian '69 LP J ames Richard Pawlak '78 LP Lansing W. Pritchard '12 FN MothaclCharlcs Richards '78 LP Onnood Edward Sc:hade '66 FN Cla.yton Snyder '66 LP Tern:l G. Stanton '66 LP Robcn Paul Ti..:hbcin '67 LP Robcn Paul WalhKe '69 FN David Fredrkk Ward '70 LP Robert D. White Jr. '66 LP J ames Derek Whitttn '80 LP John William W icden '68 LP The Memorial Foundation Annual Fund Your Alumni Gifts Support: * 'The * 'The * Memorial Founda- Conference, enhancing * 'This year $36,000 in tion Annual Fund topped their leadership and student loans were made $300,000 from over management s~ills. to undergraduate and 7,000 contributors. graduate student members * G raduate students of the Fraternity. are able to receive new National financial assistance, Headquarters will help while providing needed * D uring the meet the growing needs of guidance to chapters academic year 55 scholarthe Fraternity and will through the Leader- ships totaling $12,000 serve as a museum and ship/ Scholarship Con- were given to deserving tribute to IIKA's tremen- sultant program. students. dous heritage. * O ver 450 undergraduates and * 'The Foundation is 'This year 146 of 180 alumni were able to celebrating 40 years of chapter and colony attend the four day service and financial suppresidents spent three Officers' Leadership port to Pi Kappa Alpha days at the annual SMC Academy in Memphis. and its chapters. 32 Shield ~ Diamond

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34 Alumni ANGEW STATE David Douglas Dobbins '86 (1645 Sunset #11, San Angelo, TX 76904) recently accepted a position with Southwest Bank in San Angelo, TX. He is planning a December wedding to Kristi Nichols. Gary Dean Masters '85 (702A Avenue F, Burkburnell, TX 76354) is an assistant manager with Wai-Mart. ARIZONA James Patrick Caley DDS '75 (22491 DeBerry St. F68, Grand Terrace, CA 92324) has been accepted into a dental anesthesiology residency at the Lorna Linda Medical Center. He plans a career in oral surgery. Joel Evans Techau '78 (Rt. 4, Box 430, Rosebay Ln., Cynthiana, KY 41031) and his wife Nancy are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Shanda Rhea on April 9, ARIZONA STATE Gerry Rudolph Sapper '80 (532 Broadway, Apt. 178, El Cajon, CA 92021) announces his marriage on October II, 1986 to Mary Claire Bush. Thomas M. Simplot '80 (7950 E. Starlight Way #219, Scottsdale, AZ 85253) is an attorney practicing with the firm of Lorona & Assoc. in Mesa, AZ. Scott F. Dicus '83 (2172 Forest Hill Ct., Apt. 8, Memphis, TN 38134) is employed with McFarland Associates. He is married to Kim Hanna. John M. Rboades '47 (Rt. 2, Box 206T, Jacksonville, AR ) retired from Federal Civil Service with the Strategic Air Command Headquarters in November, He is enjoying retirement in North Pulaski County. ARKANSAS STATE Mike W. Mithcell '65 (432 N.E. Churchill, Lees Summit, MO 64063) is area marketing manager for Lomanco, Inc. 34 AUBURN Robert Mainor '73 ( th Rd. N., Arlington, VA 22207) founded SEARA Information Strategy Corporation, specializing in high tech marketing and sales, and the strategic use of computers in business. He is married to Isabell S. Barros. AUSTIN PEAY STATE C. Nelson Boehms, Jr. '82 (1416 Springfield Lp. E., Birmingham, AL 35243) is a territory manager with Carter Wallace, Inc. W. Gregory Johnson '72 (1160 Morgan Ct., Park Hills, KY 41011) is associate director of the Cincinnati office of Source Finance. He and his wife, Leslie, proudly announce the birth of twin girls on June 16, CALIFORNIA STATE David Boss '82 (7500 Topeka Dr., Reseda, CA 91335) and his wife Lisa are proud to announce the birth of their first son, Buzzy Mel Boss. James G. Powers '67 (P.O. Box 16601, Alexandria, VA 22302) and his family returned to the U.S. in July 1987 after five years in Saudi Arabia where Powers was manager for management & analysis with Saudi Arabian Parsons, Ltd. CARNEGIE-MELWN William F. Dillon, Jr. '74 (1812 Somersworth Dr., South Bend, IN 46614) is a staff engineer for the Bendix Chassis & Brake Components Div. of Allied Automotive (Allied Signal). He announces the birth of his second child, Stephanie Nicole Dillon. CENTRAL FWRIDA Harry Bradford Allcott '77 (72 W. Timberspire Ct., Woodlands, TX 77380) and his wife Debbie announce the birth of their first child, Kristine Francis, on March I, He is a consultant with Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. Beta Kappa Alumni Weel{end Emory University is hosting an Alumni Wee~end September 18 20, The Beta Kappa chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha will hold an Open House for all Pi~es who have attended Emory Saturday, September 19, from 1:00 to 4:00p.m. Please stop by! Patrick Young '80 (1470 W. Holly Oaks Lk. Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32225) and his wife Tamara announce the arrival of their third child, Matthew David on February II, He joins a brother, Christopher, and a sister, Shannon. CINCINNATI Denny Fryman '68 (7581 Glenhurst Dr., Dayton, OH 45414) has competed in over 102 marathons and has not missed a day of running since April He is assistant vice president for financial planning with GEM Savings. Lynn B. Hagstrom '42 (4365 Sea Cove, New Smyrna Bch., FL 32069) has been appointed exchange director for Friendship Force Group. CLEMSON Ollen E. Rose, III '83 (4001 Cornerwood Ln, Apt , Charlotte, NC 28211) is an assistant boys' sportswear buyer in the corporate buying office's of Belk Stores Services. John B. Rutledge '83 (208 Lark Cr., Clemson, SC 29631) is supervisor of the weaving department at the Clemson Greige Manufacturing Plant, a division of J.P. Stevens & Co., Inc. Edward Walter Somers, Jr.'80 (4946 Mill Stream Ct., Dunwoody, GA 30338) graduated from Emory University School of Law. J. Scott Ziegler '72 (36 Woodvale Ave., Greenville, SC 29605) has been promoted to account supervisor at Leslie Advertising in Greenville. CREIGHTON James J, Eischen, Jr. 82 (320 East 9th, Apt. 3, Davis, CA 95616) graduated from the Univ. of Calif. at Davis King Hall School of Law on May 23, 1987 and has accepted an associate position with the law firm of Higgs, Fletcher & Mack. He married Cynthia Joan Dillon on December 27, Don Schnurr '8I (750 S. Military Tr., W. Palm Bch., FL 33406) owns and operates a health fitness club, Pumping Iron. He is currently in the process of opening another health spa in Boca Raton, FL. The Ultimilte Fitness Club. DELAWARE Charles W. Angalet ' 77 (905 Haines Ave., Wilmington, DE 19809) is employed by Chase Manhattan Bank. Gregory T. Gaither '81 (6520 Roswell Rd, Apt. 68, Atlanta, GA 30328) is now a sales representative with Standard Register after spending three years in the U.S. Army at Ft. Benning. DELTA STATE James R. Arnold, Jr. '75 (749 Mayfair Ln., Kenner, LA 70065) has been promoted to manager with Price Waterhouse. He and his wife Weatherby have one son, James, m. EAST CENTRAL Shawn M. Rogers '79 (P.O. Box 93, He:~ryetta, OK 74437) is employed as a funeral director and embalmer. He and his wife Lisa are expecting their first child in November. EAST TENNESSEE STATE Timothy J. Lyons '79 (3180 Clairmont Rd. #104, Atlanta, GA 30329) is a registered physcial therapist and director of Sportsmedicine of Atlanta, Inc. Paul Edgar Price '74 (16611 Torrington Ct., Spring, TX 77373) has received a promotion to the new Ethicon Vascular Graft Division of Johnson & Johnson, Inc. Warren L. Ferguson '67 (P.O. Box 1477, 700 Main St., Lebanon, VA 24266) has been elected vice-mayor of the Lebanon Town Council. He has also been appointed to the Statewide Health Coordinating Council for the State of Virginia by Gov. Gerald L. Baliles. Sidney F. Mayeux '82 (3600 Data Dr., Apt. 510, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670) is a 2nd lieutenant in the U.S.A.F. He has completed undergraduate navigator training and is currently training to receive his electronic warfare officer rating. EMORY David H. Brown MD '79 (501 Forest Ave., Apt. 807, Palo Alto, CA 94301) completed his internship at Valley Medical Center in San Jose and is now a resident in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Stanford University Hosptial. FERRIS STATE Joseph T. Nienhaus '81 (1805 Nemoke Tr. #7, Haslett, MI 48840) is a registered representative in secunlles with IDS/ American Express, Inc. FWRIDA David Bellamy Corby '79 (315 Toledo Way N.E., St. Petersburg, FL ) has been promoted to marketing product line manager for Paradyne Corporation. Andrew Toxey '79 (243 W. Park Ave. #201, Winter Park, FL 32789) works as assistant vice pres. in the Commercial Real Estate Dept. for Caribank Mortgage. He married Stacey Marie Zannis on February 28, FWRIDA STATE Lawrence Edward Bodkin, Jr. '83 (1149 Molokai Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32216) is employed in the Special Projects Div. of the Florida Attorney General's Office. Fred Miller '73 (3248 Wood hill Dr., Tallahassee, FL 32303) and his wife Susan announce the birth of their first son, Fred Miller IV, on March 10, GANNON John M. ~rlin '82 (87 Harding Ave., Edison, NJ 08820) is a quality control engineer for ITT Avionics. GENERAL MOTORS INSTITUTE Merton D. Emery, Jr. '75 (2786 Rhodes Dr., Troy, MI 48083) earned his -MBA degree from the Univ. of Michigan in August, He has been promoted to development enginner at CPC Engineering. He and his wife Christine are expecting their second child in November. David Rutter '63 (11784 Burgoyne Dr., Brighton, Ml 48116) has his own sales Shield ~ Diamond

35 training and consulting business, David Rutter & Assoc., an affiliate of Sandler Sales Institute. GEORGIA Charles M. Walker ' 82 (5888 D Huntclub Run, Norcross, GA 30093) is employed as a national sales representative for Gemini Distributing. He is also a professional entertainer with Disc Jockeys Unlimited in Atlanta. GEORGIA COLLEGE Timothy C. Johnson '82 (104 Willard Way, Warrenton, GA 30828) is a comptroller at Jebco, Inc. He married Alexandra M. Rodriguez on February 14, GEORGIA STATE Alfred Lee Dingler '82 (1803 Chase Lk. Dr., Jonesboro, GA 30236) is president of Prime Insurance Agency, Inc. He married Maria E. Vigi l on December 6, GEORGIA TECH Samuel C. Davis '82 ( 4300 Rosemease Pkwy., Apt. 222, Dallas, TX 75252) announces his marriage to S. Elizabeth Hall on February 14, Ira C. Evans '16 (17 Whitmore St., Lexington, VA 24450) is proud to have been a member of the Fraternity for over seventy years. He was the big brother of the late Ernest Ray Denmark, a founder of Beta Kappa chapter at Emory. HIGH POINT David E. Ashe '84 (378 Meadowlark Lane, Milton, FL 32570) was commissioned as an ensign in the U.S. Navy after completing Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola. Michael A. Stakes '84 (25305 Oak Dr., Damascus, MD 20872) recently accepted a position with IBM in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and has been selected for the Fulbright Fellowship to study at the Universitat Bern in Switzerland for INDIANA Jeffrey A. Olio, MD '81 (688 Riddle Rd. #7000, Cincinnati, OH 45220) is a resident in onhopaedic surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. INDIANA-SOUTHEAST John Patrick Click, DDS '79 (RR 2, Box 119A, New Salisbury, IN 47161) has been published in the Florida State Dental Journal Summer Edition. He married Sharon Kay Rehfuss on May 30, INDIANA STATE Clark D. Cowden '79 (265 N. Oakland Ave. 1117, Pasadena, CA 91101) announces the binh of his first son, Ryan Andrew born February 24, John V. Dano '81 (12 15 W. Francis Dr., Arlington Hts., IL 60005) graduated from dental school in June He announces his marriage to Christine Wallman on July 18, David A. Flynn '83 (4470 Old Spanish Tr., Apt. 47, Pensacola, FL 32504) is a second lieutenant in the U.S.M.C., and is currently attending flight school. He married Jan E. Gettelfinge in December Kenneth W. Kramer (914 N. Sherry Ave., Norman, OK 73096) has accepted a position as an account executive for Donrey Media Group. He was recently selected to of Pi Kappa Alpha Who's Wh o, Outstanding Young Men of America, and the Order of Omega. Jay Moan '83 (1807 Spring Lake Ct., Morrow, GA 30260) is a sales representative with Chevrolet. He announces his marriage on June 13, Roger Smith ' 84 (830 S. Park Rd., Apt. 4-27, Hollywood, FL 33021) has accepted a position with Montgomery Elevator as a service engi neer. IOWA Frederick M. Eggers '66 (2416 N.W. Marken St., Bend, OR 97701) was promoted to vice president and general manager of Consep Membranes, Inc. Kirk C. Gallup '81 (1913 N. Kavaney Dr., Bismarch, ND 58501) is assistant spons director and the ten p.m. spons anchor at KFYR-TV, an NBC affiliate. He married Kathryn Judisch on July 5, Max Hawkins '47 (607 Melrose Ave., Iowa City, la 52240) was chosen as a recipient of the 1987 Distinguished Alumni Award. He was the treasurer of the Hilltop Housing Corporation, which helped issue the financial stability of Gamma Nu. His service to the Fraternity was in excess of thirty years. IOWA STATE Jud Alford '80 (2524 W. 9th Terr., Lawrence, KS 66044) has accepted a position with WOS Data Systems, Inc. as a national sales consultant. KANSAS John E. Brehm, Jr. '87 (1782 So. Robb St., Lakewood, CO 80226) announces his marriage to Karin Wollenhaupt in August KENTUCKY Mark Douglas Grant ' 83 (8268 Waldorf Ln., Apt. D, Indianapolis, IN 46268) is employed with CRE, Inc. advenising agency as a writer. Paul B. Hennessy '70 (8944 Corte Quezada, Spring Valley, CA 92077) will assume command of a Navy carrier-based S-3 aircraft squadron in San Diego. Todd S. Osborne '83 (P.O. Box 2862, Paducah, KY ) has accepted a position with Peck, Flannery, Gream, Warren, Inc., Architects. David R. Perry '81 (1410 Chicago Ave. 1/804, Evanston, IL 60201) is pursuing his MBA at Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Nonhwestern University. He married Lauri Sullivan on May 30, Michael F. Peters '73 (5067 Brooksbank Cove S., Memphis, TN 38115) was promoted to district claims manager with Nationwide Insurance Co. LAMAR Vmcent M. Rizzotto '75 (5735 Kristin Ln., Beaumont, TX 77706) has been promoted to market research assistant with Gulf States Utilities Company. LINFIELD Mark Ray Herndon '84 (8288 S.W. Mohawk St., Thalatin, OR 97062) is employed as a programmer/analyst with Evergreen Aviation. He married Jennifer Lynne Sharpf on December 6, WUISIANA TECH Jonathan Lester Walker '81 (56-B Colonia Drive, Monroe, LA 71203) is employed a a computer programmer with CPT/Office Technologies. He married Sara Perot on January 5, WYOLA MARYMOUNT Matthew May ' 82 (4607 Willis Ave. 1/20, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403) was promoted to senior consul tant with Metrospace Corp. in Los Angeles. MARYLAND Stephen M. Perrotta '79 (225 E. 47th St., Apt. 6E, New York, NY 10017) cu rrently attends New York's Circle in the Square Theatre School. Albert W. Shay '78 (3701 Gawayne Terr., Silver Spring, MD 20906) recentl y graduated from St. Louis School of Law and has accepted a position with Pierson, Ball & Dowd in Washington, D.C. MASSACHUSETTS Howard K. Bass '77 (4 Hallmark Dr., New City, NY 10956) is employed as a CPA and senior manager with Ernst & Whinney. He announces the binh of a daughter, llysa Shari on April 10, Michael F. Grady '82 (8 Florence St., Milford, MA 01757) received his J.D. degree from Suffolk University, and has accepted a position as assistant district attorney with the Westchester County District Attorney's office in White Plai n, NY. MIAMI Jonathan Roth '84 (400 Lake Placid Ct., Apt. 204, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701) recently accepted a position as a sales representative for the food service and lodging division of Procter and Gamble in Orlando. MIAMI-OHIO FrederickS. Allen '79 (400 Roswell Hills Pl., Roswell, GA 30075) is employed as a sales representative with Armstrong Furniture. He and his wife, Lee are expecting their first child in August. Kelly S. Jones '78 (303 Mountain Ave., Westfield, NJ 07090) has been promoted to senior group account executive in the onh Jer ey Group Sales office. He and his wife Mary have a fifteen month old son, Bradley: another child is due in January. Wayne J, Vespoli '79 (1032 Brainard St., Naperville, IL ) was promoted to manager in the special services division of Anhur Ander en & Co. He announces the binh of a son, Well, on March MISSISSIPPI Randall A. Hartzog '73 (2233 Brewer's Land ing, Memphis, TN 38104) was recently promoted to the position of associate creative director with Walker & A sociates Adven ising. Carroll A. Kemp, Jr. '58 (99 Country Club Dr. W., Destin, FL 32541) has joined 1st National Bank of Destin as executive vice president and senior loan officer. David McBee '71 (17606 December Pine Ln., Spring, TX 77379) has been promoted to first officer (copilot) on the Boeing 727 with Delta Airlines. Patrick Smith '44 (1370 I land Dr., Merritt Island, FL 32952) has recently recei v ed five top literary awards for his novel A Llmd Remembered. He is the recipient of the 1987 Outstanding Florida Author Award and the Gannet Florida Today 1987 Best Writer Award. He has received a Nobel Prize nomination. MISSISSIPPI STATE Stephen E. Nash ' 79 (9050 Mark vi ile Dr. 1312, Dallas, TX 75243) is employed as a commercial propeny and casualty underwriter with National Brokerage Services, a division of Continental Insurance. He married Betsy Barrett on August 2, Duane H. Thcker '79 (6738 Windmill Ln., Memphis, TN 38119) completed his MBA at the University of Nonh Carolina, and has accepted a position with Prudential Realty Group as an investment analyst. MISSOURI James A. Fluker '80 (1106 NW 64th Terr., Kansas City, MO 64118) is employed as an associate with the law firm of Kretsinger & IIKA Florida State Seminoles! This year's Homecoming, to be held October 31st, will mark the 40th Anniversary of Delta Lambda chapter's founding at Florida State University. The five original founders, Judge Herboth Ryder, Ken McLean, Joe Clark, Neal Sandy and David Wilcox, will be honored at a luncheon on Saturday. Advance reservations are required. All Delta Lambda alumni are encouraged to attend. For luncheon tickets, game tickets or rooms, call or write: Charlie Barnes P.O. Box 6091 Tallahassee, Florida /

36 36 Kretsinger in Liberty, Missouri. He and his wife Laurie celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary on May 21, Arthur S. Hubacher '82 (301 N. Beauregard St. #1609, Alexandria, VA 22312) has been promoted to spons producer at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C. J. Brown Massey '80 (1270 Volunteer Pkwy. G-10, Bristol, TN 37620) and his wife Gail are proud to announce the binh of their daughter, Margaret, on April 19, MISSOURI-ROLLA David W. Kluesner '82 (3442-C Chelsea Park Ln., Norcross, GA 30092) is employed as an environmental engineer with the Envi ronmental Protection Agency in Atlanta, where he is a project manager involved with the clean up of hazardous waste sites. MISSOURI-ST. WU1S Kevin Joseph Hupp '84 (1053 Wylin Ct., Ferguson, MO 63135) recently graduated cum laude and will participate in the doctoral program of industrial/organizational psychology. MONTANA STATE Richard L. Grover '84 (1128 South 1200 E. #12, Kaysville, UT 84037) is employed as an investment counselor with The Mass Mutual Companies. He married Julia Marie Jarrett on August 16, MURRAY STATE Robert H. McGaughey, ill (1611 Loch Lomond, Murray, KY 42071) was named as the 1987 Frank Stanton Fellow, an award given for distinguished broadcast educators, by the International Radio and Television Society. V. Stephen Simmons '65 (82 Summenree Dr., Nicholasville, KY 40356) is vice president of surety bonds at Progressive Insurance Services, Inc. He was also elected secretary of the Bluegrass Christian Men's Fellowship. Lynn Sullivan '80 (Rt. 7, Box 878, Camelot Dr., Murray, KY 42071) is currently employed as a PGA Golf Professional at the Murray Country Club. He married Kesha Chambers on August 18, NEBRASKA-OMAHA James P. Plaster '55 (7 E. Lorna Ln., Phoenix, AZ 85020) was recently promoted to director of personnel with the O'Malley Lumber Company. NEW MEXICO Gerrit Craig Cone '66 (4615 N. Park Ave. #3, Chevy Chase, MD 20815) has accepted a position on the staff of General Instrument Corporation in its government affairs office in Washington, D.C. David Rathgeber '72 (3513 Calle Del Ranchero NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106) is currently chief of military justice at Kirkland AFB, and has been promoted to major. He will begin a new assignment in August as the deputy staff judge advocate at Kunsan AFG in Korea. Stephen P. Shelton ' 67 (Dept. of Civil Engineering, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131) was the recipient of the Alumni Meritorious Award given by Beta Delta chapter in recognition of his dedication and service to the Fraternity. NORTH ALABAMA Stan Brown Jr. '79 (2203 Sutton Pl., Jasper, AL 35501) has accepted a position as assistant vice president and loan officer with AM South Bank of Walker County. He is proud to announce the birth of his first child, Allison Louise, on April 29, NORTH TEXAS STATE Don Blume '76 (107 Alma St., Rt. 4, Thscumbia, AL 35674) was recently promoted to store manager with K-Mart Corp. His daugher, Danelle Marie was born on February 22, NORTHEAST WU1SIANA STATE Darrell Glen Newman '84 (107 Norris Ln. #23, West Monroe, LA 71291) married Jennifer Leigh Cousans on March 7. OIDO STATE Robert L. McMillan Jr. '76 (235 Rubicon Rd., Oakwood, OH 45409) was recently appointed as vice president and director of marketing and public relations with Society Bank in Dayton. He married Sheryl Stuart on February 28, David Wilson Furry '84 (16722 Clifton Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44107) accepted a position as a management trainee with Bank One. OLD DOMINION Warren W. Briggs ' 79 (1525 Forest Cove Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23323) has recently opened his own sound, lighting and video business, specializing in complete club designs and neon lighting. David S. Kantor '81 (215 Brooke Ave. #203, Norfolk, VA 23505) has accepted a position with Beskin Financial Service as a life insurance specialist in Virginia Beach. Jay A. Kossman '67 (165 Thrtle Bay Dr., Branford, CT 06405) was named to the senior staff of MD/Health Plan, Inc., Connecticut's first statewide physician-owned health care plan. OREGON STATE Gary R. Whitfield '65 (6600 Plum Creek Dr., Apt. #107, Amarillo, TX 79124) has been appointed director of the Veteran's Administration Medical Ctr. He married Candace I. Gross in June Keith Blair '77 ( th Pl. S., Salem, OR 97306) was recently promoted to detective on the Salem Police Department. Bruce Parks (4141 SE Bentley, Hillsboro, OR ) announces his marriage on June 21, PENNSYLVANIA Mitchell Goldsmith '72 (1029 N. East Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302) has recently joined the law firm of Shefsky, Saitlin & Froelich, Ltd. as a senior securities principal, and has been elected president of the Dlinois Chapter of the Real Estate Securities Syndication Institute. He announces the birth of his first child, Lana Robyn on October 22, Scott R. Rothbort '79 (27 Bowling Green Pl., Staten Island, NY 10314) has assumed the position of Tokyo Equity Capital Markets Controller for Morgan Stanley Internation at the Tokyo branch. PITTSBURG STATE Jeffrey D. Simpson '83 (8406 E. Harry #201, Wichita, KS 67207) works as a manufacturing engineer with Boeing Co. PITTSBURG Dean Allen Mertz '79 (1238 W. Woodlawn St., Whitehall, PA 18052) was promoted to the rank of captain with the USAF. He is a pilot for the 2nd Airborne Command and Control Squadron, and is stationed at the Offutt Air Force Base..PURDUE William Kroll '71 (12591 Legend Lakes Dr., Roscoe, IL 61073) is employed with Sundstrand Corp. as a marketing manager for the actuation and control systems of the aviation mechanical division. Peter McHugh '83 (776 Franklin Lake Rd., Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417) has accepted a position with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities in the fixed income sales division. He married Pamela Fewell on June 6, Timothy J. Prickel '73 (RR 25, Box 346, Terre Haute, IN 47802) and his wife Mary Beth announce the birth of a daughter Kathleen Theresa. Jeffrey S. Uligian '83 (2416 S. Goebbert #2002, Arlington Hgts., IL 60005) was promoted to senior consultant with Arthur Andersen & Co. in Chicago. PRESBYTERIAN Patrick M. McGinn '79 (3913 Dabney Ave., Montgomery, AL 36111) is a pilot with American Airlines, and also flys the F-4D Phantom as a member of the Alabama Air National Guard. RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE David Waldman '80 (PO Box 6653, Incline Village, NV ) works as an engineer for Bruce Industries, a manufacturer of aircraft interior lighting equipment. RICHMOND Ed Lynch, '85 (5905 Carriage Cr., Wilmington, DE 19807) is employed as an accountant with Wade & Santoca. J. Jeffrey Tinkham '82 (7612 Nancy Dr., Norfolk, VA 23518) has accepted a position with the law firrn of Kaufman & Canoles, practicing corporate and commercial law. SAM HOUSTON STATE Clinton D. Pendleton '81 (4518 Tangle Creek, Spring, TX 77388) is employed with Mortgage & Trust, Inc., and is responsible for the marketing and management of real estate owned properties. David A. Ralls '76 (2005 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57105) works as a sales representative for The Dow Chemical Company. He announces the binh of his daughter Karoline Virginia on March 8, SAN DIEGO STATE Neil J. Paur '80 (26511 Azuer, Mission Viejo, CA 92691) is currently working as a financial consultant with Equitable Financial Services. Kenneth Smerz '83 (5071 College Ave., San Diego, CA 92115) recently accepted a position with Black and Decker in Memphis, Tennessee. SAN JOSE Gareth E. Hughes '60 (P.O. Box 6808, Lake Worth, FL ) has accepted a position with the Montreal Expo's as director of scouting. William P. Mahan '68 (8041 N. Black Canyon #101, Phoenix, AZ 85021) has opened his second comedy club, Lnst Lnugh in Phoenix, Arizona. Howard H. Reed II '60 (640 Vine Hill Way, Martinez, CA 94553) has just completed a show, Challenge of Champions for ESPN. He also writes for various darts publications such as Dans Digest (Canada) and Dans Kbrld (England). SETON HALL Joseph A. Bottitta '71 (91 Main St., West Orange, NJ 07052) is employed as an attorney with the State of New Jersey. He is president of the Essex Bar Association, a New Jersey Commissioner on Uniform Legislation, and a member of the Coordinating Couse! for the New Jersey Inns of Court. SOUTH ALABAMA Hal M. Langston '82 (6811 Old Canton Rd. #3205, Jackson, MS 39211) has recently accepted a position as a sales representative with Thomas J. Lipton. Steven W. McNickle '81 (2000 Marian Dr., Mobile, AL 36609) is a sales representative with Thomas J. Tipton. SOUTH CAROLINA Mike Goldston '75 (1517 Circle Ct., Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464) is employed with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. He and his wife Robin were married on April 19, Belton O'Neil Sanders IV '81 (14 Crescent Dr., Allendale, SC 29810) works in management with Sanders Transport. He married Ann Renee Boudreau on April 25, Barry B. Sheppard MD '80 (6706 Los Verdes Dr. #15, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90274) is a first-year resident in surgery at UCLA-Harbor Medical Center in Los Angeles. Gable DeLorme Stubbs '80 (103 Veoning St., Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464) is employed with Design Partnership, Inc. as an intern architect. He married Amy L. Kay on May 16, Ross B. Toyne '84 (c/o Unisys Inc., Finance Dept., LAG, 1155 Broken Sound Pkwy. NW, Boca Raton, FL 33487) recently accepted a position with Unisys as a financial analyst for the Latin American Group. SOUTH FWRIDA Vince Ferlita '79 (12854 Circle Lake Dr., Hudson, FL ) is employed as chief investigator with Investigative Enterprises. David C. Owens '79 (4263 Valley Forge Pl., Eagan, MN 55123) was promoted with the Carnation Company. He is married to Sherri Dolle. Stewart Schwensen '83 (215 E. 20th, Scottsbluff, NE 69361) has accepted a position with KSTF-TV. Her married Lisa Marselli on February 28, J. Brent Cumbest '76 (17725 Hwy. 63, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is president and part owner of Combest Development Co. He was recently appointed to serve on the Professional Standards Committee of the Mississippi Association of Realtors, and also serves on the board of directors.

37 Bobby Hatfie ld ' 72 (4067 Beltway #114, Addison, TX 75244) has been named as one of the top ten stockbro kers with FSC Securities Corporation. He is also a city counci lman in Addison, Texas. SOUTH WESTER N Robert W. Schoen Jr. MD '75 (560 N. 90th St., Apt. #5, Mil waukee, WI 53226) is currently involved in a one year fellowship in orthopaedic foot and ankl e surgery. C hristopher Speier '83 (13740 Montfort Dr. #716, Dallas, TX 75240) has accepted a position with Baylo r University Medical Center's Care Unit as a patient aide. Jack H. White '61 (10 Meadowlark Dr., Highland Estates, Starkville, MS 39759) is directo r for the University Honors Program at Mississippi State University, and as assistant dean of the College of Arts. He is also a recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Member Award. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN M ike Young '68 (264 Eagle Loop, Alamogordo, NM 88310) is the president of Alamo Do-h Center. He was recently elected to the National Retail Hardware Association Council for the southwest region. SYRACUSE Marc E. Gonick '85 (PO Box #2, Fort Ord, CA ) is a fi rst lieutenant and stringer platoon leader with Z/6Z Air Defense Artillery Bn. TEN ESSSEE-KNOXVILLE Matthew T. Carden '77 (4221 Tanole Dr., Charlotte, NC 28211) has been elected as treasurer of the Charlotte Area nka Alumni Chapter. He is employed wi th ABF Freight System, Inc. as a sa les representative. George T. Lewis Ill '74 (2000 First Tenn. Bldg., Memphis, TN 38103) has recently been made a partner in the law firm of Heiskell, Donelson, Bea rman, Adams, Williams & Kirsch. Henry Tynes Phillips '30 (32 11 Emerald St., Memphis, TN 38115) is currently enjoying his retirement very much' J ohn Seay '80 (607 East 51st St., Savannah, GA 31405) i a sales representative for Winthrop Pha rmaceuticals. He married Christine Warrington on August 31, TENNESSEE-MART IN jimmy Meeks '80 (300 Blake Cv., Boli var, TN 38008) is employed as the assistant foot ball coach at Central High School. TEXAS A&M BiU M itchell '78 (147 Devonshire, San Antonio, TX 78209) is employed with his fami ly's construction company, OW Mitchell & Sons, Inc. He and his wife Margaret announce the birth of their daughter Erin. Don K. Poteet '84 (2809 Oakside Dr., Bryan, TX 77802) has accepted a position as area manager wi th L&M Resources, a propeny management company. He married Kathy Kane on May 16, TEXAS TECH Anthony L. Winter '79 (9815 Meadow Bend, Houston, TX 77065) was promoted to distributo r sales manager-with Keystone Vale USA. He married Jane Andrus in December TOLEDO Brian R. Pellomaa '83 (5440 Pamona Dr., Apt. 102E, Geneva, OH 44041) has recently accepted a position with the ortheast Ohio Council of the Boy Scouts of America as district executive of Ashtabula County Boy Scouts. T RANSYLVANIA Earl A. Roberts '48 (370 Sweet Bay Ave., New Smyrna Be h., FL 32069) has retired after twenty-seven years with State Farm Insurance, Co. where he served as deputy regional vice president for fifteen years. TULSA Robert E. Fast '83 (8509 Sargent Way, Bakersfi eld, CA ) is an operations engineer for Mobil Oil Corporation. VANDER BILT W. Lipscomb Davis Ill '76 (PO Box Crutcher St., Nashville, TN 37206) is the president and founder of David Furniture Co., Inc. He annou nces the birth of his son, W. Lipscomb Davis IV on February 4, J effrey D. Gary '82 (PO Box 1348, Brentwood, TN 37027) is employed as a financial consultant with Baldree Financial. VILLA OVA Michael John Warner '83 (1302 Sherwood Dr., Vineland ) ha been a\varded a one year fellowship from the University of 0 teopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in De Moines, Iowa to study in the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medici ne. VIRGINIA Todd M. Gerkin MD ' 80 (1205 Astor Dr. #5122. Ann Arbor, Ml 48104) is currently beginning a general surgery residency program at the University of Michigan Med ical Center in the Department of Surgery. VIRG INIA TECH Alan G. Banks '82 (1108 Bearmore Dr., Charlotte, NC 28211) has recently been elected as secretary of the Charlotte Area nka Alumni Chapter. He is employed with Impressions Marketing Group. Inc. as a sa les manager. Robert V. Boylan '82 (6840 Constitution La ne, Charlotte, NC 28210) was elected as vice president of the nka Alumni chapter of Charlotte. He works for Ferguson Enterprises in outside sales. Francis Hall Chaney II ' 76 (PO Box 548, Waldorf, MD ) and his wife Nell Marie announce the birth of their daughter Katharine Ann on May 21, They also have a son Francis " Hall" Chaney fll, born on October 20, Geoffrey G. Davidson J r. '82 (16287 Perdido Key Dr. #706, Pensacola. FL 32507) is an ensign with the U.S. avy. and has My permanent record should include this important news: Tell Us What's J\[ew! 0 New Job 0 Marriage 0 Birth 0 New Address 0 Promotion 0 Death 0 Other UNIVERSITY /COLLEGE CHAPTER INITIATION DATE NAME I STREET ADDRESS I CITY, STATE, ZIP NEWS Attach se arate sheet if necessary) Mail to: Pi Kappa Alph a Memorial Headquarters, 577 Unive rsity, Memphis, TN Please attach mailing label. of Pi Kappa Alpha 37

38 recently completed Aviation Officer's Candidate School. He began primary night training on June 18. Robert W. Nicholson Jr. ' 77 (6304 Brittewood Cr., Mechanicsville, VA ) and his wife Rhonda proudly annou nce the binh of a son, Brian Robert on January 4, He works as a lab manager for Enseco, Inc. in Richmond. R. Edward Setzer '80 (5135 Northwood Dr., Roanoke, VA 24017) is employed with Four Seasons Indu stria l Services in Greensboro, NC as a chemist. He annou nces his marriage on April 23, WASHINGTON Alan 0. King '67 ( Yelm Hwy., Olympia, WA 98053) has recently accepted a position wit h the Washington State Department of Transponation as a local traffic service engi neer. WASHINGTON STAT E Rick Roberls '82 (6532 NE 61st, Seattle, WA ) is working as a clerk for a superior court judge and will begin law school at the University of Puget Sound. WEBER ScoH K. Hunter '79 (437 East 2175 N., Ogden, UT 84404) announces the birth of his son Riley Scott on January 27, WEST GEORGIA George " ScoU'' Scoggins '82 (1334 Blue Birch Cr., Stone Mountain, GA 30083) is currently employed in accou nt ing with the Atlanta Hawks. He married Shelley Cox on May 3, WESTERN CAROLINA John P. Black '84 (101 Charing Cross Dr., Matthews, NC 28105) is president of the newly organized Charlotte Area Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Assoc. Jack W. Guffey Jr. '82 ( Count ry Club Dr., Concord, NC 28025) is employed with Fieldcrest Ca nnon, Inc. as a plant engineer. He has also been promoted to fi rst lieutenant in the U. S. Army Reserves. Gary M. Hornaday '81 (25 Mt. Vernon Pl., Ashevi lle, NC 28804) is the new general manager of Park Inn-International in Marion, NC. Lewis E. Stewart '67 (1286-B Redwood Ave., Grand Forks AFB, ND 58205) has assumed command of the 321st supply squad ron. ScoH Vuncannon '80 (2307 Olde Whitehall Rd., Charlotte, NC 28217) was recently promoted to district account manager with Rev lon Beauty Care. He was the recipient of the 1986 District Account Manger of the Year Award for the eastern di vision. WESTERN KENTUCKY Jeffrey L. Buckley '73 (500 South Jefferson St., Princeton, KY 42445) is currently employed as chief executive offi cer of the Caldwell County Publ ic Hospital Corporation. He is president-elect of the Twin Lakes Hospital Association and will serve as district vice-chai rman of the Kentucky Hospital Association. WILLIAM & MARY Robert B. Swann IV '79 (3020 Hanover Ave., Dallas, TX 75225) wi ll begin his third yea r in the Master of Architecture Program at Harva rd in fa ll WINTHROP William L. Burnside '80 (6917 Pin Oak Ct., Pinev ille, NC 28134) and his wife Sally announce the birth of their daughter, Ashley Claire on March 17, WOFFORD John " Perk" Perkins '81 (401 S. Fifth Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401) has been working in movie production for two years; some of the fi lms on which he has worked are Bedroom Window, Date With An Angel, King Kong Uves. No Mercy and Ra w Deal. 0 Chapter Eternal William C. Adler, Jr. (Cincinnati '29) 3/23/87, Columbus, OH John J, Aikin (Southwestern '24) Georgetown, TX Asa Barnes (Missouri-Columbia '27) 2/21/86, Fernandina Beach, FL Carl F. Bartels (lowa State '22) 1/9/87, Dubuque, la Richard A. Billups (Virginia '22) 6/22/86, Jackson, MS W.T. Bishop (Kentucky '31) 5/ 11/87, Hot Springs, AR Cushman Bissell (Illinois '21) 4/ 11/87, Chicago, IL Richard D. Binner (Drake '58) 10/14/86, Des Moines, la Timothy E. Blackmon, Jr. (Auburn '40) Clanton, AL James G. Boden (Ohio '30) 5/27/87, Columbus, OH Morris T. Bond (fennesssee-knoxville '17) Jacksonville, AR John F. Brown (Virginia '81) 12/30/86, Sulton., Quebec Elbridge G. Cann (Emory '24) 3/18/87, Gainesvi lle, FL Earl M. Coe (Kansas State '23) 6/21/86, Chesterfield, MO Clayton A. Davis (Vanderbilt '30) Sacramento, CA George E. Dimond (Northwestern '38) 3/1/87, Birmingham, Ml Richard Dixon (Southern Methodist '16) 6/15/87, Dallas, TX Charles J. Donaghy (Penn State '2 9) 1/28/87, Sun City, AZ James L. Drennan (Auburn '60) Birmingham, AL Francis M. Duke (Vanderbilt '30) Memphis, TN Marshall F. Dunkin (Oregon State '30) Corbett, OR James A. Gales, III (Richmond '63) Virginia Beach, VA Lester F. Gfeller (Kansas State '17) , Alhambra, CA Waller J.P. Gibbs (Illinois '28) 4/12/87, Webster Groves, MO Paul E. Griffith (Colorado '22) 1/25/87, Boulder, CO Robert J. Haggerton (Kansas State '40) 4/18/87, Pinellas Park, FL James A. Hines, Jr. (Auburn '31) Lafayette, AL Harold Homer Le Crone (Oklahoma '31) 11/12/86, Hot Spri ngs Village, AR W.E. " Brick" Lowry (Southwestern '27) Huntsv ille, TX Paul H. McClelland (Transylvania '12) , Seattle, WA Kirby F. McCord (Cincinnati '21) , Cincinnati, OH William A. McKinney (Kansas '14) 3/25/87, Wichita, KS Peter C. Meyer (Washington & Lee '47) Malvern, PA Hudson S. Miers (Southern Methodist '30) 3/6/87, Dallas, TX Richard L. Miller (Illinois '48) Philadelphia, PA William J, Morris (Emory '55) Mia mi, FL William F. Mulliss (Davidson '30) 1/26/87, Charlotte, NC Issac W. OH (Kentucky '26) Brenham, TX Wallace K. PaHon (Penn State '40) 2/3/87, St. Petersburg, FL David 0. Payne (Auburn '24) 2/28/87, Lakeland, FL Homer B. RainboU (Southern Methodist '40) Englewood, CO Frederic G. Renner (Washington '18) 3/29/87, Paradise Valley, AZ Bernard A. Reynolds (Auburn '25) Selma, AL Rober! F. Richard (Birmingham-Southern '25) 12/5/86, Memphis, TN Theodore R. Richard (Penn State '42) 4/20/87, Erie, PA Charles W. Russell (Colorado '42) 4/18/87, Lakewood, CA Fred P. Schierloh (Cincinnati '20) 8/14/86, Cape Coral, FL James S. Schmucker (New Mexico '62) 8/2/85, Albuquerque, NM William F. Selle (Transylvania '21) 5/15/87, Newport Beach, CA Clarence Sidinger (Cincinnati '28) , Hinsdale, IL Rober! E. Simpson (Auburn '33) Courtland, AL Donald H. Smith (New Hampshire '31) 417/82, Barrington, NH Clyde T. Thompson (Auburn '25) Vero Beach, FL James K. Walker (Carnegie-Mellon '32) 1/29/87, Punta Gorda, FL William T. Walker (Florida '38) 3/3/85, Jacksonville, FL William D. Walsh (Memphis State '64) 2/15/87, Memphis, TN Raymond R. While (Oklahoma '48) 6/10/87, Norman, OK Doyle C. Whitman (Kansas '23) , Shawnee Mission, KS George D. Wible (Tennessee-Kn oxville '25) Memph is, TN Raymond G. Wilson (New Mexico '48) 2127/87, Denver, CO Robert P. Wooley (Utah '32) Murray, VT Ray A. Work, Jr. (Florida Tech '68) Ind ia lantic, FL John M. Wor.lh (Wittenberg '51) 6/18/86, Minot, ND Shield~ Di amond regrets that in the June 1987 issue William W. Bedford (Auburn '41) was incorrectly reported as deceased. Our apologies to Brother Bedford, who is fortunately still among the living members of the Fraternity. 38 Shield ~ Diamond

39 Directory THE CHAPTERS: ALPHA (University of Virginia) 513 Rugby Rd., Charlottesville, VA Advisor: Robert S. Michel. BETA (Davidson College) P.O. Box 574, Davidson College, Davidson, NC Advisor: Cole Barton. GAMMA (College of William & Mary) Box 7733, College Station, Williamsburg, VA Advisor: Andy Morse EPSIWN (Virginia Tech) Virginia Tech, Box I, Blacksburg, VA Advisor: Kevin E. Murray. ZETA (University of Tennessee) 1820 Fraternity Park Drive, Knoxville, TN Advisor: Rick Kuhlman. ETA (Tulane University) 1036 Broadway, New Orleans, LA Advisor: Mike Carbo. THETA (Rhodes College) Box BG, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN Advisor: Harless McDaniel. Iai'A (Hampden-Sydney College) Box 343, Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, VA Advisor: John Waters. KAPPA (Transylvania) 302 Davis Hall, Transylvania, Lexington, KY Ad:visor: Nathaniel Bosworth. MU (Presbyterian College) Box 7, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC Advisor: Thomas Weaver. NU (Wofford College) P.O. Box 1236, Spartanburg, SC Advisor: Michael A. Johnson. XI (University of South Carolina) P.O. Box 85128, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC Advisor: Barry K. Gray. OMICRON (University of Richmond) Box 188, University Station, Richmond, VA Advisor: Bill Rider. PI (Washington & Lee University) 106 North Main Street, Lexington, VA Advisor: Roger A. Dean. SIGMA (Vanderbilt University) 2408 Kensington Place, Nashville, TN Advisor: Vacant. TAU (University of North Carolina) 106 Fraternity Court, Chapel Hill, NC Advisor: D.M. Dickson. UPSILON (Auburn University) 840 West Magnolia Avenue, Auburn, AL Advisor: Bill Ham, Jr. OMEGA (University of Kentucky) 459 Huguelet Drive, Lexington, KY Advisor: Graham M. Gray. ALPHA ALPHA (Duke University) Box 4775, Duke Station, Durham, NC Advisor: W. Garry Meldrum. ALPHA GAMMA (Louisiana State) Box PK, LSU Station, Baton Rouge, LA Advisor: Cary Owen. ALPHA DELTA (Georgia Institute of Technology) 211 Tenth Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA Advisor: Will Crane. ALPHA EPSIWN (North Carolina State University) 214 South Fraternity Court, Raleigh, NC Advisor: Martin L. Loy, Jr. ALPHA ZETA (University of Arkansas) 320 Arkansas Avenue, Fayetteville, AR Advisor: Dr. Bob Greene. of Pi Kappa Alpha ALPHA ETA (University of Florida) 1904 West University Avenue, Gainesville, FL Advisor: Bob Edmunds. ALPHA THETA (West Virginia University) 117 Belmar Avenue, Morgantown, WV Advisor: Dr. Dan Adams. ALPHA lai'a (Millsaps College) P.O. Box 15434, Jackson, MS Advisor: Joey Rein. ALPHA KAPPA (University of Missouri-Rolla) Box 156, 9th at Bishop, Rolla, MO Advisor: Robert Wolf. ALPHA LAMBDA (Georgetown College) Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY Advisor: Dr. John Sadlon. ALPHA MU (University of Georgia) 360 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, GA Advisor: Lauren M. Coile, Jr. ALPHA NU (University of Missouri-Columbia) 916 South Providence Road, Columbia, MO Advisor: John Whiteside. ALPHA XI (University of Cincinnati) 3400 Brookline Avenue, Cincinnati, OH Advisor: Donald P. Huber. ALPHA OMICRON (Southwestern University) Box 6609, S.U. Station, Georgetown, TX Advisor: Mike Rossman. ALPHA PI (Samford University) Box 2473, Samford University, Birmingham, AL Advisor: Bill Chandler. ALPHA RHO (Ohio State University) 43 East 15th Street, Columbus, OH Advisor: Steve Chapman. ALPHA SIGMA (University of California Berkeley) 2324 Piedmont, Berkeley, CA Advisor: Steve Walton. ALPHA TAU (University of Utah) 41 University Street, Salt Lake City, UT Advisor: Robert J. Clark. ALPHA PID (Iowa State University) 2112 Lincoln Way, Ames, la Advisor: Michael Flesher. ALPHA CHI (Syracuse University) 405 Comstock Avenue, Syracuse, NY Advisor: Dom Cambareri. ALPHA OMEGA (Kansas State University) 2021 College View, Manhattan, KS Advisor: Kent Doyen. BETA ALPHA (Pennsylvania State University) 417 E. Prospect, State College, PA Advisor: Vacant. BETA BETA (University of Washington) th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA Advisor: AI Ross. BETA GAMMA (University of Kansas) 2000 Stewart Avenue, Lawrence, KS Advisor: Jim Chappell. BETA DELTA (University of New Mexico) c/o Dr. Stephen Shelton, Department of Civil Engineering, UNM, Albuquerque, NM Advisor: Dr. Stephen Shelton. BETA ZETA (Southern Methodist University) 6205 Airline Road, Dallas, TX Advisor: Jeff Kaye. BETA ETA (University of Illinois) 102 East Chalmers, Champaign, IL Advisor: Rich Western. BETA THETA (Cornell Univer ity) 17 South Avenue, Ithaca, NY Advisor: Timothy Cole. BETA KAPPA (Emory University) Drawer R, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Advi or: Mark Anderson. BETA MU (University of Texas) 2400 Leon, Austin, TX Advisor: Donald Flournoy. BETA NU (Oregon State University) 209 NW 14th Street, Corvallis, OR Advisor: Steve Uerlings. BETA XI (University of Wisconsin) 635 Howard Place, Madison, WI Advisor: John Kitching. BETA OMICRON (University of Oklahoma) 1203 South Elm Street, Norman, OK Advisor: Tim Kenney. BETA PI (University of Pennsylvania) 3916 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA Advisor: Marc Rothman. BETA SIGMA (Carnegie-Mellon University) 1079 Morewood Place, Pittsburgh, PA Advisor: W. Thomas Wood II. BETA PHI (Purdue University) 629 University, West Lafayette, IN Advisor: Donald Motler. BETA CHI (University of Minnesota) 400 loth Ave. SE, Minneapolis, MN Advisor: Jay Ellingboe. GAMMA ALPHA (University of Alabama) P.O. Drawer B-H, University, AL Advisor: Vacant. GAMMA DELTA (U niversity of Arizona) 1525 East Drachman, Tucson, AZ Advisor: Eric Baker. GAMMA EPSIWN (Utah State University) 757 East Seventh North, Logan, UT Advisor: Ralph Binns. GAMMA THETA (Mississippi State University) Drawer GT, Mississippi State, MS Advisor: Duane Craig. GAMMA lai'a (U niversity of Mississippi) Box 8227, University, MS Advisor: Mark Anderson. GAMMA KAPPA (Montana State University) 1321 South Fifth, Bozeman, MT Advisor: David J. Wolny. GAMMA LAMBDA (Lehigh University) 515 Delaware Avenue, Bethlehem, PA Advisor: Peter P. Garibaldi. GAMMA MU (U niversity of New Hampshire) 5 Strafford Avenue, Durham, NH Advisor: Jeff Malone. GAMMA NU (University of Iowa) 1032 North Dubuque Street, Iowa City, la Advisor: Jim Craig. GAMMA XI (Washington State University) N.E. 710 California Street, Pullman, WA Advisor: Don Nelson. GAMMA RHO (Northwestern University) 566 Lincoln Street, Evanston, IL Advisor: Larry Wegner. 39

40 GAMMA SIGMA (University of Pittsburgh) 3731 Sutherland Drive, Pittsburgh, PA Advisor: Thomas J. Vater. GAMMA TAU (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) 128 Twelfth Street, Troy, NY Advisor: Dave Irwin. GAMMA UPSILON (University of Tulsa) 3123 East 7th Street, Tulsa, OK Advisor: Alan G. Craig. GAMMA Pill (Wake Forest University) Box 7474, Reynolda Station, Winston-Salem, NC Advisor: Dale Martin. GAMMA Clll (Oklahoma State University) 221 South Lincoln, Stillwater, OK Advisor: William Boldt. GAMMA PSI (Louisiana Polytechnic Institute) llo Western, Ruston, LA Advisor: Rob Shadoin. GAMMA OMEGA (University of Miami) 5800 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables, FL Advisor: Ed Hudak. DELTA BETA (Bowling Green State University) 800 High Street, Bowling Green, OH Advisor: Richard E. Powers. DELTA GAMMA (Miami University-Ohio) 410 East Church Street, Oxford, OH Advisor: Vacant. DELTA EPSILON (University of Tennessee Chattanooga) 900 Oak Street, Chattanooga, TN Advisor: James E. Guffee, Jr. DELTA ZETA (Memphis State University) 3839 Norriswood, Memphis, TN 38lll. Advisor: Louis B. Quinto. DELTA ETA (University of Delaware) 313 Wyoming Road, Newark, DE Advisor: Robert P. Tkachick. DELTA THETA (Arkansas State University) P.O. Box 370, State University, AR Advisor: Tim Brown. DELTA IOTA (Marshall University) 1625 Fifth Avenue, Huntington, WV Advisor: Russell Alexander.. DELTA LAMBDA (Florida State University) 218 South Wildwood, Tallahassee, FL Advisor: Charlie Barnes. DELTA MU (University of Southern Mississippi) 8427 Southern Station, Hattiesburg, MS Advisor: Dr. Stanley Brooking. DELTA NU (Wayne State University) 266 East Hancock, Detroit, MI Advisor: Neal A. Hardesty. DELTA XI (Indiana University) 1012 East Third Street, Bloomington, IN Advisor: Randolph L. Warman. DELTA OMICRON (Drake University) th Street, Des Moines, la 503ll. Advisor: Michael Huppert. DELTA PI (San Jose State University) 385 East San Fernando Street, San Jose, CA 95l12. Advisor: Robert Lara. DELTA RHO (Linfield College) 435 College Avenue, McMinnville, OR Advisor: Robert Johnson. DELTA SIGMA (Bradley University) 706 North Institute, Peoria, IL Advisor: Troy Majeski. DELTA TAU (Arizona State University) 620 Alpha Drive, Tempe, AZ Advisor: Robert L. Francis. 40 DELTA UPSIWN (Stetson University) Box 8240, Stetson University, DeLand, FL Advisor: Vacant. DELTA CID (University of Nebraska-Omaha) Milo Bail Student Center, 62nd and Dodge Street, Omaha, NE Advisor: Dave Buckley. DELTA PSI (University of Maryland) 4340 Knox Road, College Park, MD Advisor: Joe Melason. DELTA OMEGA (High Point College) Box 3046, High Point College, High Point, NC Advisor: Raymond Hotz. EPSIWN ALPHA (Trinity College) 94 Vernon Street, Hartford, CT Advisor: John Williams. EPSILON BETA (Valparaiso University) 808 Mound, Valparaiso, IN Advisor: Bruce Starek. EPSIWN GAMMA (Texas Tech University) 20 Greek Circle, Lubbock, TX Advisor: Mike Powell. EPSIWN DELTA (North Texas State University) P.O. Box 146, Denton, TX Advisor: John Paul Metzler. EPSILON EPSILON (University of Toledo) 2955 Dorr Street, Toledo, OH Advisor: Jeff Levy. EPSILON ZETA (East Tennessee State University) Box 20020A, E.T.S.U., Johnson City, TN Advisor: Scott Fielden. EPSIWN ETA (University of Houston) 716 West Alabama, Houston, TX Advisor: Don Bullard. EPSILON THETA (Colorado State University) Box 810, Lory Student Center, CSU, Ft. Collins, CO Advisor: Gary Anderson. EPSILON IOTA (Southeast Missouri State University) c/o Robert Cox, 825 Independence, Cape Girardeau, MO Advisor: Robert Cox. EPSIWN KAPPA (Lamar University) P.O. Box 10080, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX Advisor: John Kay. EPSIWN LAMBDA (Murray State University) P.O. Box 2102, University Station, Murray, KY Advisor: Robert Jackson. EPSILON MU (East Carolina University) P.O. Box 3472, Greenville, NC Advisor: Paul Davenport III. EPSIWN NU (Georgia State University) University Plaza Box 466, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA Advisor: Craig Flanagan. EPSILON XI (Case Western Reserve University) Magnolia Drive, Cleveland, OH Advisor: Thomas Coniglio. EPSILON OMICRON (Stephen F. Austin State University) P.O. Box 7421, Stephen F. Austin University, Nacogdoches, TX Advisor: Tony Weir. EPSILON PI (Sam Houston State University) th Street, Huntsville, TX Advisor: Johnny Holland. EPSILON SIGMA (University of Tennessee Martin) 220 Hannings Lane, Martin, TN Advisor: David Belote. EPSILON TAU (Eastern New Mexico State University) P.O. Box 2521, ENMU, Portales, NM Advisor: Danny Woodward. EPSILON UPSILON (Gannon University) 515 West 7th Avenue, Erie, PA Advisor: Gifford Hiltz. EPSIWN Pill (University of Central Arkansas) Box 564, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR Advisor: Henry Rogers. EPSIWN Clll (Pittsburg State University) 1900 South Pine, Pittsburg, KS Advisor: Steven K. Montgomery. EPSIWN PSI (Western Michigan University) 1000 Oliver Street, Kalamazoo, MI Advisor: Robert D. White. EPSILON OMEGA (East Central University) Box 240, East Central University, Ada, OK Advisor: James Harris ZETA ALPHA "A" (GMI Engineering and Management Institute) 1484 North Linden Road, Flint, MI Advisor: Stephen M. Moore. ZETA ALPHA "B" (GMI Engineering and Management Institute) 1484 North Linden Road, Flint, MI Advisor: Stephen M. Moore. ZETA BETA (Delta State University) P.O. Box 606, Delta State, Cleveland, MS Advisor: Abby Taylor. ZETA GAMMA (Eastern lllinois University) 962 loth Street, Charleston, IL Advisor: Alan Greenberg. ZETA EPSILON (Western Kentucky University) 1321 Kentucky Street, Bowling Green, KY Advisor: Craig Long. ZETA ZETA (Southwestern State College) 117 W. Main, Weatherford, OK Advisor: Dr. Ken Rose. ZETA ETA (University of Arkansas-Little Rock) P.O. Box4556, Little Rock, AR Adv isor: Gary Davis. ZETA THETA (Southwest Texas State College) 1132 Belvin, San Marcos, TX Advisor: Pat Jackson. ZETA KAPPA (Ferris State College) 607 South Michigan, Big Rapids, MI Advisor: Robert D. White. ZETA MU (University ofldaho) 715 Nez Perce Drive, Moscow, ID Advisor: Douglas Crum. ZETA XI (Western Carolina University) P.O. Box 478, Cullowhee, NC Advisor: Donald 0. Mayer. ZETA OMICRON (California State-Northridge) 18lll Nordhoff, Northridge, CA Advisor: Mark Cardellio. ZETA PI (University of South Florida) U.C. Box 2428, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Advisor: Kermit J. Silverwood. ZETA RHO (University of North Dakota) 2622 University Avenue, Grand Forks, ND Advisor: Tom Alinder. ZETA SIGMA (Florida Institute of Technology) P.O. Box 520, Melbourne, FL Advisor: Lawrence Greene. ZETA TAU (Eastern Kentucky University) Box 351, Coates Administration Building, Richmond, KY Advisor: Steven Dickey. ZETA Pill (University of Missouri-St. Louis) 8826 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO Advisor: John Roundtree. ShieLd ~ Diamond

41 ZETA Cffi (Southwest Missouri State University) 800 South National, Springfield, MO Advisor: Mike Call. ZETA OMEGA (University of Southwestern Louisiana) 513 McKinley Street, Lafayette, LA Advisor: Paul De Baillon. ETA ALPHA (Clemson University) P.O. Box 2127, Clemson University, Clemson, SC Advisor: Joe Turner. ETA BETA (Seton Hall University) c/o Seton Hall University, 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ Advisor: Joseph T. Schepers. ETA EPSIWN (Angelo State University) P.O. Box 3946, San Angelo, TX Advisor: Richard A. McKinney. ETA ZETA (Middle Tennessee State University) 715 North Tennessee Boulevard, Murfreesboro, TN Advisor: Charles Ward. ETA THETA (Weber State College) Box 2, Weber State College, Ogden, UT Advisor: David L. Turnipseed. ETA KAPPA (University of South Alabama) Box U-204, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL Advisor: Robert Campbell ill. ETA NU (Northern Illinois University) 900 Greenbriar, DeKalb, IL 60ll5. Advisor: Tom Greenway. ETA OMICRON (Northeast Louisiana University) Box 5331, NLU Station, Monroe, LA Advisor: Dewayne Trichell. ETA RHO (Northern Kentucky University) P.O. Box 263, NKU, Highland Heights, KY Advisor: David Placke. ETA SIGMA (West Georgia College) Box 10056, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA 30ll8. Advisor: Joe Baker. ETA TAU (Austin Peay State University) Box 4637, APSU, Clarksv ille, TN Advisor: Madison Warren. ETA UPSIWN (University of Texas-Arlington) ll08 West Second Street, Arlington, TX Advisor: Dr. Fredrick R. Jenkins. ETA Pill (University of Central Florida) Box 29296, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL Advisor: James Bobbitt. THETA ALPHA (University of North Alabama) Box 5548, University of North Alabama, Florence, AL Advisor: Vacant. THETA BETA (University of Montevallo) P.O. Drawer R, University of Mo ntevallo, Montevallo, AL 35ll5. Advisor: Jesse Jefferson Jackson. THETA GAMMA (Georgia College) 331 West Montgomery, Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA Advisor: Bill Jones. THETA DELTA (Francis Marion College) 325 North Cashua Avenue, Florence, SC Advisor: Alan Deaver. THETA EPSIWN (N.E. Oklahoma State University) Box 341, NSU, Administration Building, Tahlequah, OK Advisor: Charles Noble. THETA ZETA (University of Northern Iowa) 2320 College Street, Cedar Falls, la Advisor: Rick Wojan. THETA ETA (Loyola-Marymount University) P.O. Box 97, 7101 West 80th Street, Los Angeles, CA Advisor: Tony Leoni. of Pi Kappa Alpha THETA THETA (Texas A&M) P.O. Box 4396, College Station, TX Advisor: Dr. Jim Took. THETA KAPPA (Indiana University Southeast) P.O. Box 94, New Albany, IN Advisor: Larry D. Grieb. THETA LAMBDA (Creighton University) 3100 Chicago Street, Omaha, NE Advisor: Mark Mowat. THETA MU (University of Massachusetts) 418 North Pleasant, Amherst, MA Advisor: John P. Anderson, Jr. THETA NU (Baylor University) Box 313, Student Union, Baylor University, Waco, TX Advisor: Dr. A. Scott Lea. THETA XI (East Texas State University) P.O. Box 0, East Texas Station, Commerce, TX Advisor: Phillip McLeod. THETA OMICRON (Indiana State University) P.O. Box 1062, Terre Haute, IN Advisor: Edward A. Pease. THETA PI (University of Alabama-Huntsville) P.O. Box 7048, Huntsville, AL Advisor: David Byrd. THETA RHO (Northern Arizona University) 517 South Agassiz, Unit l, Flagstaff, AZ Advisor: Dr. Walt Appelgren. THETA SIGMA (Winthrop College) 1055 Park Avenue Extended, Rock Hill, SC Advisor: William Berry. THETA TAU (Cal. State-Sacramento) 8507 La Riviera Drive, Sacramento, CA Advisor: Larry Weight. THETA UPSIWN (Tennessee Tech University) 910 North Jefferson, Cookeville, TN Advisor: Dr. Evans Brown. THETA Pill (Wichita State University) 3912 East 21st #30, Wichita, KS Advisor: Carl Harris. THETA Cffi (Villanova University) c/o Office of Student Activities, 214 Dougharty Hall, Villanova, PA Advisor: Dr. Robert Lang ran. THETA PSI (Chapman College) 333 North Glassell, Orange, CA Advisor: Walter Larson. THETA OMEGA (U ni versity of California Davis) 1443 Wake Forest Drive #3, Davis, CA Advisor: Dr. William Sims. IOTA ALPHA (University of Wyoming) Fraternity Park, Laramie, WY Advisor: James C. Hurst. IOTA BETA (University of California-Fresno) 4885 North Chestnut #154, Fresno, CA Advisor: Robert Trott. IOTA GAMMA (Kearney State College) P.O. Box 241, Kearney, NE Advisor: Frank Betzer. THE COWNIES: UNIVERSITY OF COWRADO COWNY (University of Colorado) UMC Box 207, Boulder, CO FWRIDA SOUTHERN COWNY (Florida Southern College) P.O. Box 4608, Lakeland, FL Advisor: Mark Clements. WNG BEACH COWNY (Long Beach State University) 6129 Greenmeadow Road, Lakewood, CA Advisor: Chuck Allin. MICIDGAN STATE COW NY (Michigan State University) 536 Abbott Rd., E. Lansing, MI Advisor: John T. Dove. UNIVERSITY OF NEVADO-RENO COL ONY (U ni versity of Nevada-Reno) P.O. Box 13121, Reno, NV Advisor: Charle Weisheimer. OIDO UNIVERSITY COWNY (Ohio University) 611 Carriage Hill Drive, Athens, OH Advisor: Dave Aiken. RANDOLPH MACON COWNY (Randolph Macon College) Box 1026, Randolph Macon, Ashland, VA Advisor: Kenneth W. Clark. ROSE-HULMAN COWNY (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) 5500 Wabash Avenue Terre Haute, IN Advisor: Dave Lane. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS: ALABAMA: Theta Pi Alumni Association, David Byrd, 6508 Marsh Avenue, Huntsville, AL Upsilon Alumni Association, Dave Dy on, Birmingham-Southern College, 808th Ave. West, Birmingham, AL ARKANSAS: Little Rock Alumni Association, Mark Christos, 2001 Reservoir Road #47, Benton, AR Northwest Arkansas Alumni Association, Bob Wardlow, 153 Woodcliff Road, Springdale, AR Central Arkansas Alumni Association, Preston Wright, 2501 Grist Mill, Little Rock, AR CALIFORNIA: Orange County Alumni Association, Clarke Fairbrother, 369 San Miguel Drive, Suite 385, Newport Beach, CA San Fernando Valley Association, Raymond Niesslein, 6641 Wynne Street, Reseda, CA DELAWARE: Delaware Alumni Association, Bill Hitchens, 140 F Chestnut Crossing Drive, Newark, DE FWRIDA: Central Florida Alumni Association, Scott Bell, c/o Coldwell Banker, 201 South Orange Avenue #!400,, Orlando, FL Delta Lambda Alumni Association, Charles Barnes, P.O. Box 6091, Tallahassee, FL Delta Upsilon Alumni Association, Tim L. Kilpatrick, 2865 Southwest 22nd Avenue #206, Delray Beach, FL

42 Ft. Lauderdale Alumni Association, Glenn Leonard, 2810 East Oakland Park Boulevard, Ft. Lauderdale, FL GEORGIA: Atlanta Alumni Club, Chuck Francis, 355 Montevallo Drive, Atlanta, GA Eta Sigma Alumni Association, Larry Hansard, 5096 Shalloway Court, Kennesaw, GA ILLINOIS: Eta Nu Alumni Association, Quentin Vorel, 7513 Farmingdale #404, Darien, IL INDIANA: Delta Xi Alumni Association, Gregory A. Horn, P.O. Box 534, Indianapolis, IN Epsilon Beta Alumni Association, Bruce A. Starek, 712 South 2nd, Chesterton, IN Southern Indiana Association, Christopher Smith, 1906 Charleston Road, New Albany, IN Wabash Valley Alumni Association, Rick Carpenter, P.O. Box 1062, Terre Haute, IN KANSAS: Alpha Omega Alumni Association, Bob Pulford, 1637 Virginia, Manhattan, KS Alumni Association of Central Kansas, Carl L. Harris, 1552 South Laura, Wichita, KS Epsilon Chi Alumni Association, B. Zimmerman, 901 West 8th Street, Desoto, KS KENTUCKY: Kappa Chapter Alumni Association, Thomas B. Ashford, c/o Pieratt's Inc., 933 Winchester Road, Lexington, KY Omega Alumni Association, Anthony Caudill, 875 Franklin Road, Apt. 1534, Marietta, GA Zeta Tau Alumni Association, John B. Moreland, III, lll2 Centurian Way, Lexington, KY Zeta Epsilon Alumni Association, Craig A. Long, 1709 South Oak Drive, Nashville, TN WUISIANA: Lafayette Area Alumni Association, Vernon H. Moret, Jr., P.O. Box 2069, Lafayette, LA South Louisiana Alumni Association, Mark D. Daniel, 3745 Ridgelake Drive #1, Metairie, LA MARYLAND: Delta Psi Alumni Association, David A. Crow, 6728 Deerspring Lane, Middletown, MD MASSACHUSETTS: Theta Mu Alumni Association, John Depuy, 10 Otis Place #1, Boston, MA MICHIGAN: Zeta Alpha Alumni Association, Peter E. Peters, 563 Vansickle Road, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada L2S 2X3 Zeta Kappa Alumni Association, Ken Karsten, 1431 Forest Hill, SE, Grand Rapids, MI Detroit Alumni Association, Brian Zahra, Shirley Lane, Dearborn Heights, MI Mid Michigan Alumni Association, John N. Allen, P.O. Box 78, Ithaca, MI MINNESafA: Twin Cities Alumni Association, David Wicker, 5005 Goldenrod, Plymouth, MN MISSISSIPPI: Alumni Association of Jackson, Mark Nicholas, 4533 Forest Park Drive, Jackson, MS Central Delta Alumni Association, Mike McCool, th Place, Meridian, MS MISSOURI: Alumni Association of St. Louis, Jeffrey C. Brandt, 1152 Martin Manor, Florissant, MO Cape Girardeau Alumni Association, Robert Cox, 825 Independence, Cape Girardeau, MO Ozark Area Alumni Association, William Wedge, 1302 Eastwood, Rolla, MO NEW HAMPSHIRE: Gamma Mu Alumni Association, Albert Picardi, 158 Concord Road D-25, Billerica, MA NEW YORK: Alpha Theta Alumni Association, B. Thomas Sporney, 5871 East Liberty Creek Drive, Indianapolis, IN Syracuse Alumni Association, Frank Macaulay, 306 Cooper Lane, Dewitt, NY NORTH CAROLINA: Eastern North Carolina Alumni Association, Paul Davenport, ill, Route 5, Box 333, Greenville, NC NORTH DAKafA: North Dakota Alumni Association, Jay Ellingboe, 3901 Heritage Hills Drive #218, Bloomington, MN OHIO: Buckeye Alumni Association, Larry F. McVey, 2220 Cheltenham Road, Columbus, OH Delta Beta Alumni Association, Michael R. Clancy, Jr., 2531 Clague Road, Westlake, OH Gamma Omicron Alumni Association, Ronald J. Schuff, 228 Fair Street, Berea, OH Southland Hall Alumni Association, Jim Sparrow, 141 Man-0-War Court, Crestview Hills, KY Toledo Alumni Association, David Lewis, 818 Lafayette Boulevard, Bowling Green, OH OKLAHOMA: Gamma Chi Alumni Association, Mike Bohlman, 1301 North Arrington Street, Stillwater, OK Theta Epsilon Alumni Association, Tommy Webb, 102 East Avenue, Tahlequah, OK Tulsa Alumni Association, Bill Vogle, c/o Subcon, Inc., 335 Freeport Trade Center, 3168 South 108th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK Zeta Epsilon Alumni Association, Royal A. Ward, 1920 East 2nd #2210, Edmond, OK OREGON: Corvallis Alumni Association, Steve Uerlings, 3729 N.W. Oleander Place, Corvallis, OR PENNSYLVANIA: Steel City Alumni Association, S. Jeffrey Konois, 136 Kelly Ridge Road, New Kensington, PA Theta Chi Alumni Association, Dr. Robert Langran, P.O. Box 3029, Kennedy Hall, Villanova University, Villanova, PA SOUTH CAROLINA: Clemson Alumni Association, Joe Palmer, Route 8, Box 131-A, Piedmont, SC Nu Alumni Association, Tim Horton, Route 4, Box 199 B, Spartanburg, SC Theta Delta Alumni Association, Jimmy Street, 1217 Clarendon Avenue, Florence, SC Theta Sigma Alumni Association, RalphS. Born, 4220 Inwood Drive, Rockhill, SC TENNESSEE: Memphis Alumni Association, David Van Hoozer, 6602 Pidgeon Woods Cove, Memphis, TN East Tennessee Alumni Association, Dennis Church, 917 West Watauga Avenue, Johnson City, TN West Tennessee Alumni Association, David Graham, 500 5th Avenue North #106, Nashville, TN TEXAS: Alpha Omicron Alumni Association, Mark Danheim, llo Lake Road #720, Lake Jackson, TX Arlington Alumni Association, Gregory N. Hall, 2406 Wimbledon Drive, Arlington, TX Beta Zeta Alumni Association, Jeff Kaye, P.O. Box , Waller, TX Epsilon Omicron Alumni Association, Charles Goldstein, 2427 Shady Brook, Houston, TX Houston Alumni Association, Henry E. Vail, 2121 Sage Road, Suite 100, Houston, TX Mid Cities Alumni Association, Frank Sutherland, P.O. Box 769, Arlington, TX San Angelo Alumni Association, William C. Ivy, P.O. Box 3946, San Angelo, TX Theta Xi Alumni Association, Phillip McLeod, 4504 West Pioneer #80, Irving, TX VffiGINIA: Alpha Chapter Alumni Association, Robert S. Michel, 513 Rugby Road, Charlottesville, VA Gamma Alumni Association, Robert W. Lee, ill, P.O. Box 77, Lynch Station, VA Pi Alumni Association, David T. Shufflebarger, 6200 Monroe Place, Norfolk, VA Richmond Alumni Association, Chet Grove, th Avenue N.E. #301, Seattle, WA WEST VIRGINIA: Alpha Theta Alumni Association, James P. Chipps, 400 Fowler Street, Clarksburg, WV DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Washington D.C. Area Alumni Association, Joe Pavelka, P.O. Box 14078, Washington, D.C Shield ~ Diamond

43 The National Officers SUPREME COU CIL Gary E. Menchhofer National President Ed Pease Vice President Thomas J. Turner.... Vice President Jerry W. Askew Vice Pres ident William R. Shaw Vice President Eric M. Scon Undergraduate Vice Pres ident Parker A. Wei I Undergraduate Vice President Dan iel F. McGehee Legal Counsel MEMORIAL FOUNDATION Joseph J. Turner President William N. LaForge... President Elect Thomas Tillar Secretary Craig Hoenshell Treasurer William R. Nester Trustee Thomas E. Hussleman Trustee Pike Powers Trustee Michael Moore Trustee Howard Bell Trustee John Lis her trustee Joe Brown Trustee REGIONAL PRESIDENTS Tweed Johnson... Arkoma Joe Glass Carolinas Ron Ross Cumberland Wallace Long HI... Delta Bill Chandler Dixie Andy Morse Founders Charles Dow Golden West Nick Shafor Great Lakes Rod Jewell Great Plains Mike Risk Lone Star Robert Cox Midwest Dr. Larry Lunsford North Atlantic Ed Murphy Northwest Gene Commander Rockies Gregg Ormond Sunshine ENDOWMENT FUND John J. Lux Chairman Virgil R. McBroom Trustee Thomas Wilkinson Trustee HO SING COMMlSSION Richard Ralph C h a ~rm a n James A. Wolff Commi " oner The Very Rev. Henry N.F. Minich... Comm1 s10ner NATIONAL OFFICERS Dr. Jerome V. Reel Jr Historian Thomas J. Handler.... Ru h Director The Very Rev. Simon A. Simon Chaplain Joseph L. Ott Auditor George A. Zimmerman Music Director Richard E. Charlton... Legal Counsel UVING PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENTS Elbert Tuttle ( ) Andrew H. Knight ( ) Garth C. Grissom ( ) C. Ross Anderson ( ) Richard F. Ogle ( ) Virgil R. McBroom ( ) William N. LaForge ( ) MEMORIAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF Roy D. Hickman ( ) Ralph Yeager (1953) Gary A. Sallqu ist ( ) Dr. Jerome V. Reel Jr. ( ) Dr. William R. Nester ( ) Joseph J. Turner ( ) Raymond L. Orians Executive Vice President Patrick F. Haynes Executi ve Director Louis B. Quinto Executi ve Officer Steven H. Cox Director of Foundation Programs Kevin G. Knaus Director of Expansion Daniel W. Cora h..... Director of Services Kevin Virta Associate Director of Expansion and Services Thomas A. Dempsey Chapter Consul tant Todd H. Hittle Chapter Consultant William T. McCartan Chapter Consul tant Michael W. Riley Chapter Consultan: Steve Vincent Chapter Consultant The J.O. Pollack Co., Inc. regrets that the international monetary situation has caused a steady increase in the price of gold and sil ver, and for this reason a 15 % surcharge will be applied to all non-badge orders. Subject to change without notice.


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