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rich. James Evans, Lawrence Garlock, Frank
Garofalo, Walter Krey, Dennis Love, Mike Mit-
chell, John Ohle. —Brad Hindall

Ohio Slate manpower: 76 actives, 21 pledges.

Recently initiated: Gary L. Rhue, Columbus;
Jeffrey L. Odenwald, Columbus; Earl A. Blevins,
Bellevernon, Pa.; Russell B. Wiseman, Mentor;
James F. Ricketts, Cincinnati; Duane L. Peavy,
Dayton; Robert K. Jones, Benton Ridge; Bryan
F. Mclntyre, Columbus.

Recently pledged: Ray Archer, Linden Beck,
Dave Bigham, Larry Bond, Tony DelCol, Don
Everhart, Mario Grant, Norm Landes, Rick
Lisak, Steve Lisak, Dave Nemeth, Pat Peel, Dan
Prucha, Jim Reichenbach, Steve Smith, Jim
VanDeGrift, Bill Vorlicky.



Oklahoma manpower:
pledges.



25 members, 14



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Recently pledged: Steve Montello, Greg Pier-
son, Frank Rawlings, Phil Schefers, Tom Zenker.

— Peter Ewing

Oregon State manpower: 61 members, 30
pledges.

Recently pledged: Bob BeaU, Hillsboro; Mar-
tin Borrevik, Reedsport; Bill Burgher, Bandon;
Bill Camp, Vancouver, Wash.; Jeff Clark, Bea-
verton; Jim Davidson, Kirkland, Wash.; John
Engel, Jr., Portland; Bob Hastings, Astoria;
Craig Hill, San Rafael, Calif.; Steve Hunter,
Kirkland, Wash.; Al James, Riddle; Dan Jo-
hansen, Hillsboro; Chris Johnson, Coos Bay;
Fred Koontz, Halsey; George Lampe, Darling-
ton, Md.; Terry Lee, Eugene; Craig Lehmann,
Portland; Jon Morse, Lebanon; Mark Murray,
Heppner; Bob Orr, Prineville; John Rankin,
Portland; Bob Rau, Jr., Portland; Bill Reinig,
Boise, Idaho; Steve Ritchey, Gold Beach; Lloyd
Weaver, Orting, Wash.; Jay Widmer, San Ra-
fael, Calif.; John Wolf, Eugene.

— John F. McLoughlin

Purdue manpower: 69 brothers, 37 pledges,
1 mascot. — Ron Faris

Rensselaer manpower: 39 members, 5 pledges.
Recently pledged: Bob Goocey and Dan Noxon.
— John Morgan

Richmond manpower: 45 members.

Recently elected: recorder, Phil Pope; IFC
representative, Dave Whitehead.

Recently initiated: Dave Kimmelshue, Balti-
more, Md.; Jim Loughrie, Covington; Steve
Mowbray, Baltimore, Md.; Richard Roberts,
Roanoke; George Ward, Baltimore, Md.

— Wertie Turner

Sacramento State. Recently initiated: Les
Wickey, Rancho Cordova; Bruce Mills, Sacra-
mento; Dave Rivera, Sacramento; Jim Harlan,
Stockton; Scott McDonald, Roseville; Kendall
Knowles, Sacramento.

New ofiBcers: Jeff Raimundo, president; Reg-
gie Page, vice-president; Hal Turner, comp-
troller; Ken Stuart, secretary; and Les Wickey,
recorder. — D. Harrer

Sam Houston State manpower: 29 brothers,
35 pledges (largest class on campus) .

Recently elected: Richard Pearce, controller;
IFC: Phil Pfeiffer, Rush Wood, and Jerry Heg-
gem; Senatorial Congress: Mike Mann.

Recently initiated: Gary Dudley, La Porte;
Carl Owens, Dallas; Richard Pearce, Thorndale;
Kerry Kooken, Navasota; Rush Wood, Navasota;
Barry Smyth, Houston; Gary Barfield, Pasadena;
Mike Mann, La Porte; Bobby Hooker, Houston.

Recently pledged: Ronnie Anderson, Charles
Amato, Robert Beaty, Norman Bickley, Joe Bono,
Lawrence Coleman, Greg Cox, Steve Distler, Ross



Fergerson, Robert Graham, Danny Green, Jack
Heard, Leo Hewett, Buzzy Holland, Jud Hol-
lingsworth, Bruce Larson, Mike Leach, George
Lewis, Rick Lovell, Bill McCambells, Mickey
Madden, Mike Madden, Neal Marshall, Bill
Mehrens, Tommy Morrison, Jim Porter, Carl
Price, Ed Scanhn, Joe Shillingly, Charles Si-
mon, Ken Tatum, Fred Taylor, Robert Varnes,
George Williams, Kenny Richardson.

— James Dinkins

Santa Barbara. Recently activated: Rick Bi-
anci, Pete Cowger, Ron Chambers, Joe Green,
Craig Rubenstein, John Eliassen, Harold Wiltze,
Harry Reese, Kim McGuire, Jim Simpson, Stu
Thompson, Bob Thoe, Kelly McDonald, Bob Chi-
coyne, Mike Jeffries, Randy Crimmel, Bill Head,
Glen Pritchard, Bill Starret.

Southeast Missouri manpower: 53 brothers,
4 pledges.

Recently initiated: Bart Abercrombie, Red
Bud, lU.; Tyler Abercrombie, Red Bud, III;
Rick Beye, St. Louis; Brad Bischoff, Hazelwood;
Jack Collier, Kirkwood; Jim Conway, St. Louis;
Bob Droege, St. Louis; Bill Gassaway, St. Louis;
Gary Guffy, St. Louis; Tom Hendricks, St. Louis;
Ken Huff, St. Louis; Steve Jerabek, St. Louis;
Harry Kujath, St. Louis; John Mahar, Mehl-
ville; Mike O'Reilly, Kirkwood; George Pad-
berg, Mehlville; Henry Pfeil, St. Louis; Dan
Ranson, Cape Girardeau; Joe Scott, St. Louis;
Bill Sgarlata, St. Louis; John Shew, St. Louis;
Ron Unterreiner, Cape Girardeau.

Jerry Ward, '65, is chapter adviser and Bert
Kellerman, Phi Kappa Tau, is faculty adviser.

— Greg Comer

Southwest Missouri manpower: 53 brothers,
50 pledges.

Recently pledged: James Bach, Tom Bult-
mann, Tom Cassidy, Phil Collins, Ron Dariraghi,
George Duvenick, Mike Evans, Gordon Harris,
Stan Haseltine, Ric Hooten, Hal Jones, Greg
Kohlmeir, Nathan Krig, Roger Lowery, Ken
McCune, Marhn Mueller, Jack Nucholls, Jeff



Newly elected officers at Southeast Missouri.





West Virginia has
enhanced manpower
considerably with
this fine group of
recent initiates.



Reinberg, David Richards, Shermann RolskoflE,
Tom Schlosser, Dennis Scott, Gary Shore, Craig
Smith, Dave Smith, Wayne Walker, John Wet-
zel, Marc Wittmer. — Sam Wittmer

Stevens manpower: 44 members, 1 pledge.

Recently initiated: Allen R. Barber, Sparta;
Bruce C. Bartlett, Woodbury, Conn.; Michael
K- Breshn, Mountain Lakes; Bruce E. Burdick,
LaPorte, Tex.; James J. Bylecki, Carteret; Wal-
ter R. Campbell, West Orange; Ronald Clayton,
Freehold; Barry J. Frankel, Shaker Heights,
Ohio; Frederick J. Gorman, Maywood; Everett
W. Heinonen, Bergenfield; William S. Kane,
East Brunswick; Dennis F. Markisello, North
Bergen; Thomas F. Ochab, Garfield; John Rit-
ger, Verona; Peter J. Sabol, Hicksville, N.Y.;
Peter E, Schaub, Newark; John A. Schillieri,
Little Falls.

Initiated on September 18: Michael K. Breslin
as the 300th member of the chapter.

—John T. Dalessio




Five at Wichita State who provide leadership.



Tennessee Wesleyan manpower: 35 mem-
bers, 4 pledges.

Recently elected: Shelley Griffith, president;
Jack Van Schoor, vice-president; John Smalling,
secretary; Ron Marshall, controller; Hal Butt-
ram, recorder. — John Smalling

Texas Christian. Initiated September 17:
Arturo DeRojas, Stanford, Conn.; R. Wayne
Dunn, Jr., Rome, Ga.; Charles Faust, Houston;
William Gaylord, Jr., Houston; Gene Lawrence
Harbula, Ft. Worth; Michael Charles Leach,
McQuire Air Force Base, Wrightstown, N.J.;
Michael Edward Mclntyre, Ft. Worth; Garrett
McClellan Oliver, Washington, D.C.

Recently pledged: Cress Darwin Barrientes,
Brian Rhea Bennett, John Louis Benson, Gary
Keith Bockhold, Robert Orrin Bowland, Christo-
pher Earl Carter, Robert Wayne Cockrell, Robert
CofiFee, Jaime Alberto DeLeon, George Herschel
Ellwood, Paul Fleetwood, William Johnson,
Gregory Lynn King, Stephen Latham, Bernard
B. Moore, Jr., Richard Pierre Moore, John
Douglas Morris, Thomas Craig Palmer, William
Rix Quinn, Paul Rogers, George John Roska,
Craig Tanner Spencer, Thomas Temple, Charles
George Warczak. — James DeMent

Toledo Sig Eps expanded membership with
the June 19 initiation of 17 men: James Ander-
son, Toledo; Bil Barber, Katonah, N.Y.; Woody
Culver, Toledo; James Daney, Toledo; Rick
Dunlap, Toledo; Robert Gwin, Toledo; Darrell
Hawley, Toledo; Gary Lemont, Toledo; Fred
Hillman, Toledo; Nick HiUman, Toledo; Larry
Martin, Toledo; Scott Mills, Toledo; William
Navarre, Toledo; Chuck PaflFrath, Toledo; Tony
Pantoja, Toledo; JefiE Stephens, Toledo; Robert
Urfer, Bryan. — John Herl

Vermont manpower: 62 brothers, 4 pledges.
Recently initiated: James C. Gordon and
James P. O'Neil. — Tom Landmann

Virginia manpower: 30 brothers, 15 pledges.
Recently initiated: W. Woodrow Albertson,



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This pledge class at Wichita State is ready for the challenge of good fraternity life.



Chesapeake; Charles Andolsek, HoHokus, N.J. ;
L. Bradford Armstrong, Chester; Albert S.
Bowers, Houston, Tex.; Edward Cahill, Alexan-
dria; Joseph M. Cross, Suffolk; Robert Curtis,
Charlottesville; Joseph Fioravanti, Levittown,
Pa.; Edward Hayes, Smithtown, L.I. ; Michael
Hughes, Alexandria; David Kenton, Milford,
Del.; John Lettice, Alexandria; James McCarl,
Beaver Falls, Pa.; Bill Shimek, Bel Air, Md.;
Albert Vermeire, Fairlawn, N.J.; Jeffery Wolfe,
Alexandria; David Wyncoop, Clarion, Pa.

— J. Curtis Bradley

Washington. Recently pledged 42 men: Doug
Pratt, Bainbridge; Tom Sturgell, Bellevue; Ron
Arntzen, Seattle; Mike Chapman, Renton; Tom
LePenske, Seattle; Pete Wezeman, Anacortes;
Lee Olch, Mercer Island; Bob Swoffer, Des
Moines; Dave Uptegrove, Tacoma; Dave Buelow,
Spokane; Mike Jennings, Lake Sawyer; Jim
Beard, Walla Walla; Clare Leifer, Marysville;
Dick Artley, Vancouver; Doug McTavish, Mercer
Island; Dave Deal, Burlington; Gene Lunden,
Spokane; John O'Neal, Spokane; Roger Smith,
Spokane; Drake Bradley, Everett; Doug Holmes,
Seattle; Doug Olsen, Seattle; Paul Smith,
Seattle; Bob Schneider, Bellevue; Steve Mar-
shall, Olympia; John Hannah, Olympia; Terry
Adams, Anchorage, Alaska; Mike Jacobson,
Seattle; Bob Linse, Olympia; John Schermer,
Bellevue; Dan Andrews, Tacoma; Jim Black,
Spokane; Keith Portlow, Olympia; Larry Nokes,
Seattle; Don Faa, Seattle; Mike Barr, Bellevue;
Joe Gulstine, WaUa Walla; Dave Johnson, Ta-
coma; Mike Hardy, Seattle; Steve Liles, Seattle;
Stan Friemuth, Vancouver; Allan Swanson,
Olympia.

Recently elected: Jim Kyle, president; Craig
Brenneman, vice-president; John Hardman, con-



troller; Rudy Knaack, secretary; Bill Kitchin,
recorder; Don Helphrey, chaplain.

— Rudy Knaack

West Virginia manpower: 45 members, 18
pledges (largest class on campus).

Recently initiated: James Marvin Beer, II,
Larry Stanley Bowman, Galen Byrd, Jacob Lynn
DeHaven, Kirk Warren Hayes, John Leslie
Marra, Richard John Maynard, Peter William
McFarlane, Jean-Marie Edward Meeuwissen,
Donald Martin O'Rourke, Mark Henry Parsons,
Stephen Scott Pierce, Dennis Edgar Rankin,
Stanley Edward Romanoski, Jr., Robert Jude
Seifert, Dale Franklin Webner, Harold Living-
ston Welker, Jr., William Frank Zickefoose.

Recently pledged: Ira Buckalew, Chuck Fur-
bee, Allen Hott, Cliff Kish, Dick Lyons, Rodger
Kenworthy, Jim Marino, Barry Mathews, Bill
McMillen, Rick Parrish, George Pearson, Harold
Proudfoot, Jim Recht, John Rinker, Bill Sem-
bello. Bill Tilton, Bill Toothman, Fred Walker.

— Gary Grady

Western Michigan manpower stands at 55
members.

Recently initiated: Dave Allard, Grosse Pointe
Farms; Randall Bawkon, St. Clair Shores; Rich-
ard Beaver, Bloomfield Hills; James Garvie,
Harper Woods; Ray Potter, Grand Rapids; Nick
Ruggeri, Lansing, 111.; Harvey Whitehead,
Bloomfield Hills; Pete Wysocki, Westland; John
Forbes, Drayton Plains; Thomas Kramer, White-
hall.

Recently elected: Bruce Truex, pubhc rela-
tions secretary; Ray Potter, recording secretary;
and Jack Monach, controller.

— Bill Murray

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SMveetheari



Youngstown sweetheart Lois Giblin receives crown
from last year's sweetheart. Miss Diane Pleunik.




Sandra Scott, A A n
Auburn



Sue Watson, A
Ball State







Lynda Howald, AST
Emporia State



Nancy Hover, A 4>
Kansas



JiU Sellers, A A H
Oklahoma



Bonnie Brady, A
Rhode IslaB'i




Iowa Sig Eps held a beach party at the house
with help of tons of sand and an indoor pond.



TRADITIONS AND PARTIES

Auburn Sig Eps inaugurated their first annual
honors banquet, in which the alumni participated
and at which Ben T. Hagler, '39, spoke on Striv-
ing for Excellence. Auburn's adviser to fraterni-
ties, Garth Jenkins, was present.

Chapter Counselor G. J. Cottier, '29, presented
awards as follows: Steve Turley, Best Brother;
Curtis Mauldin, Best Pledge; Larry Cook, Best
Athlete; Rust Hogsette, Scott award; Jack WaUs,
Dubach award; Larry Ennis, Best Scholar; and
Ed Sabatini, Best Freshman Scholar.

Sig Eps at the Queen of Hearts ball on Febru-
ary 11 selected Sandra Scott, Alpha Delta Pi, as
their new Queen.

At Ball State, Sue Watson, Alpha Omicron Pi,
was chosen as sweetheart at the annual Closed
Dance.

Belmont Abbey Sig Eps held their first an-
nual Sweetheart Ball on April 22, 1966, when
Mary Jean Nabb was crowned queen.



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w^nd queens





Youngstown Sig Eps and their dates enjoyed
a day of unique fun at the Pittsburgh Zoo.



arlyn Knudsen
. S A, Carroll



Beth Yettergren
Davis and Elkins






a Luscher, K K 1
san Jose State



Susie McCarthy,
A n Terre Haute



Jo Hodges, K A
Valdosta



Heidi Brunner
Virginia



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Bradley Sig Eps serenaded the sororities to
wish them good luck in rush. Songs included
ranged from "Sig Ep Sam" to "Yellow Subma-
rine" (a recent hit by the Beatles) The sororities
enjoyed the well wishers; the Chi Omegas gave
the Sig Eps a trophy that consisted of a minia-
ture submarine painted yellow mounted on a
wooden base.

At Cleveland State, Homecoming float, "the
Jolly Green Giant," will be 13 feet long, 9 feet
high, and 7 feet long.

Connecticut Sig Eps have won the annual
Greek Sing for the sixth time. John Kirmayer di-
rected them in singing "Pater Noster" and
"Cindy" to obtain their ninth trophy in 11 years.

Davidson Sig Eps honored chapter counselor
Capt. Donald M. Campbell, Davidson, '57, at a
combination Seniors and Alumni banquet. Camp-
bell is leaving for active duty in East Asia. Other
honorees were alumni board members, and John




Lehigh Queen Janet Brown (now Mrs. Wally
Johnson) and her two beautiful attendants.



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F. Mclnnis, Davidson, '30, and District Governor
Bedford W. Black.

Davis and Elkins Sig Eps chose Beth Yetter-
gren, pinmate of Jack Wiley, III, as Queen at the
annual Sweetheart Weekend.

Georgia Tech Sig Eps have chosen Mrs. Bar-
bara Stephens as their new chapter sweetheart.

Idaho State Sig Eps at their annual dinner-
dance at Idaho Falls, selected Sharon Vorhees as
Sweetheart for the coming year.

Indiana State Sig Eps named Susie McCar-
thy, Alpha Omicron Pi, their Sweetheart at the
annual Sig Ep Spring Formal at the Phoenix
Country Club.

During the spring pledge banquet Jack Hasen-
myer was named outstanding senior; Ray Carroll,
outstanding nonexecutive board senior; Brooke
Hardy, outstanding active; and James Beehler
outstanding pledge. Tom BozeU had the highest
grade increase and Jerry Blemker had the highest
over-all grade average.

Kansas Sig Eps chose for their chapter sweet-
heart Nancy Hover, Alpha Phi.

At Kentucky, at the spring formal, Tom Dam-
ron. Fort Thomas, won the Most Active Active
award (known as the F. Raymond Hickerson
Award), while Don Hukle, Lexington, won the
Most Outstanding Pledge trophy.

The Sig Eps held a party on September 16, as
the final major rush function for the fall term.
Entertainment was provided by the New Lime.
Among the decorations were printed invitations,
noise makers, a New Year's countdown, and
suggestions for New Year's resolutions.

Michigan State and University of Toledo Sig
Eps got together for a house party at the Sig Ep
house in Toledo.

Missouri at RoUa Sig Eps chose Sharon
Bullman Greek Week Queen. The underclassmen
defeated the juniors and seniors in the annual
soccer game. Sig Eps staged their annual float
trip and barbecue.

Muhlenberg Sig Eps held a reception for
freshmen women, the purpose of which being the
establishment of good relations between the fra-
ternity and the various womens' dormitories.

— Lee Johnson

North Carolina brothers chose Robbie Adair
Barr from Charlotte, N. C, pinmate of chapter
president E. L. Kale, as chapter sweetheart. She
attends the University of North Carolina at
Greensboro.



Ohio State Sig Eps at their annual Spring
Formal on May 20 at the Christopher Inn chose
as their new Sweetheart, Connie Blnchard, Kappa
Kappa Gamma.

Athletic Chairman Mike Mundorf presented
the Outstanding Athlete Award to Dave Hay, and
Geofif Hill, activities chairman, presented the Out-
standing Activities Man Plaque to Keith Kistler.
Larry Rima was honored as the Outstanding
Pledge. Ceremonies were concluded with the pre-
sentation of the traditional gavel to past Presi-
dent Keith Kistler by new President Tom
McLaughlin.

Oklahoma Sig Eps selected as their Girl of
the Golden Heart, Jill Sellers, Alpha Delta Pi.

At Rutgers, the highlights of the football sea-
son is the opening game against Princeton. This
annual contest dates back to the first intercolle-
giate football game in 1869, in which Rutgers de-
feated Princeton six goals to two goals. Sig Eps
now have the annual tradition of a pre-game pic-
nic. All brothers dress in traditional red vests
and blazers, attend the picnic, then cheer on the
Scarlet at the stadium. The festivities of the day
end with a party at the house that night, in
which some lucky girl receives her Sig Ep pin to
the accompaniment of the brotherhood's rendi-
tion of "Sig Ep Sweetheart."

San Jose State Sig Eps chose Linda Luscher,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, as their Queen of Hearts.

Santa Barbara brothers teamed up with Pi
Beta Phi to win the annual Spring Sing with a
medley of songs from Oliver! The Sig Eps were
runners-up for the all-sports trophy, winning all-
school football. They won the Galloping Gaucho
Review, and 2ill-school talent show, with a skit
entitled, "Hoo-Hah in the Courtroom."

In the spring, Santa Barbara Sig Eps hosted
the second annual Salute to Education, at which
outstanding members of the faculty were honored
with a plaque and a dinner in their honor.

Stevens Sig Eps at their graduation day lun-
cheon on June 11 presented their housemother,
Mrs. Rettig, with a birdbath for her garden.

Valdosta State Sig Eps picked Jo Hodges,
Kappa Delta, as their new Sweetheart.

Western Michigan Sig Eps took the Grand
Trophy in Freshman Carnival with a semi-tent
under which a simple dart shoot was arranged.
Pretty pinmates and brothers dressed as clowns
kept the Sig Ep booth the busiest of all, and
caught the eye of the judges.

William and Mary Sig Eps are raising
money for their scholarship fund through the sale
of activities calendars.



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DEVOTION UPON
EMERGENT OCCASIONS

■ On April 1, Illinois Sig Eps and their chap-
ter house were seen on the NBC television

special, "Vietnam: The Home Front." This recog-
nition and appearance on nation-wide television
meant a lot to the men, reports chapter presi-
dent Dick Cantzler.

The NBC-TV special dealt with the reactions
of the public and the national economy to the
war in Vietnam. Illinois Alpha of Sigma Phi Ep-
silon was chosen to represent a typical fraternity
and how the draft affects students.

They were selected for this role largely through
the efforts of two fine Army ROTC ofiBcers: Col.
Harold Dorsett and Maj. Bruce Mort. Colonel
Dorsett, an alumnus of D.C. Alpha, is head of the
Alumni Board and is making a substantial effort
to motivate both the undergraduates and the
alumni.

These two men were able to steer an NBC
camera crew through the Red Door. For several
hours on March 9, the camera taped a discussion
of the draft by Major Mort and some 15 Sig Eps.

■ Toledo Sig Eps on Tuesday noon, March 29,
as a 72-hour publicity stunt to promote the

chapter's Queen of Hearts dance started to teeter
up and totter down and by midnight, Monday,
April 11, had set a new world's record of 324
hours of continuous teeter-tottering.

■ James Reston in a recent New York Times
column took note of a recent release of the

U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee headed
by Sigma Phi Epsilon's Senator Bourke B.
Hickenlooper of Iowa.

The report stated that the political future in
America lay with the candidates who kept in
touch with the young.

The report noted that in the next 20 years, the
people in America over 65 would increase by
about 7 miUion; those between 35 and 65 by less
than 11 million; but those between 20 and 34 by
25 million and those under 20 by 35 million.

"The center of our political stage," the report
quoted Peter Drucker, the historian and econo-
mist, as saying, "is now being taken over by a

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new power group — a professional, technical, and
m£magerial class; very young, aflfluent, used to
great job security, and highly educated. It will
soon replace the old power centers — labor, the
farm bloc, and Big Business, in the old-fash-
ioned sense of that term.

"Around this new power center, tomorrow's
majority and tomorrow's consensus about the new
issues will have to be built."

■ The Cosmos Club, one of the finest clubs at
the nation's capital which includes many
leading scientists among its members, has an
interesting unofficial motto. Taken from the
words of St. Benedict, it may conceivably be
adapted for use in some of the nation's chapter
houses:

"If any pilgrim monk come from distant parts
if with wish as a guest to dwell in the monastery,
and wiU be content with the customs which he
finds in the place, and do not perchance by his
lavishness disturb the monastery, but is simply
content with what he finds, he shall be received
for as long a time as he desires. If, indeed, he
find fault with anything, or expose it, reason-
ably, and with the humility of charity, the Abbot
shall discuss it prudently, lest perchance God had
sent him for this very thing. But, if he have been
found gossipy and contumacious in the time of
his sojourn as guest, not only ought he not to be
joined to the body of the monastery, but also it
shall be said to him, honestly, that he must de-
part. If he does not go, let two stout monks, in
the name of God, explain the matter to him."

NBC makes a TV spc(inl at Illinois chapter.




Directory of Officers

NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS

GRAND president: C. Maynard Turner, P.O. Box 1265,

Hendersonville, N.C. 28739
grand treasurer: Edwin Buchanan, 925 East Wells St.,

Milwaukee, Wis. 53202

SECHETASY Cr THE CORPORATION: J. E. ZOLLINGER, 3900 N.

Ocean Dr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33308
Dr. U. G. Dubach, 13505 S.E. River Rd., Portland, Ore.

97222
Lyle E. Holmgren, 29 W. Center, Logan, Utah 84321
Lewis A. Mason, Sherwin-Williams Co., 260 Madison Ave.,

New York, N.Y. 10016
Raymond C. McCron, 8 Ferncliff Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.

10585
T. Reginald Porter, 2006 Glendale Rd., Iowa City, Iowa

52240

OTHER OFFICIALS

NATIONAL CHAPLAIN : Dr. William C. Smolenske, 533 Re-
public Bldg., Denver, Colo. 80202

NATIONAL librarian: Charles G. Eberly, Nelson Hall, Wis-
consin State University, Oshkosh, Wis. 54902

NATIONAL ritualist: H. Bob Robinson, 13505 S.E. River
Rd., Portland, Ore. 97222

national scholarship director: Dr. U. G. Dubach, 13505
S.E. River Rd., Portland, Ore. 97222

journal editor: John Robson, 744 Lake Crest Dr., Menasha,
Wis. 54952

director of alumni affairs: Lyle E. Holmgren, 29 W.
Center, Logan, Utah 84321

director of public relations: Harry D. Kuktz, 18158
Clifton Rd., Lakewood, Ohio 44107

national music chairman : Henry H. Hall, Cosgriff Organi-
zation, WOW Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 68102

national headquarters staff: Executive Director: Donald
M. Johnson; Director of Chapter Services: Richard L.
Shimpfky; Staff Representatives: William R. Drake,
Richard W. Myers, Steven A. Sullivan, 209 West
Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 23220, P.O. Box 1901, Rich-
mond, Va. 23215, Telephone: Area Code 703; 648-2883

BOARD OF MANAGERS, CHAPTER INVESTMENT FUND: Chairman:
Raymond C. McCron, 8 Ferncliff Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.
10583; Edwin Buchanan, 925 East Wells St., Milwaukee,
Wis. 53202; Langdon Palmer, Chase Manhattan Bank,
One Chase Manhattan Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10015

CHARLES L. YANCEY STUDENT LOAN FUND COMMITTEE: Chair-
man: Dr. Garland G. Parker, 2909 Maisel Dr., Cincinnati,
Ohio 45220; Dean Gerald L. Shawhan, 5563 Samver Rd.,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45239; Dr. R. Eric Weise, 2517 Fleet-
wood Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

WILLIAM L. PHILLIPS FOUNDATION : President : J. E. Zollinger,
3900 No. Ocean Dr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33308; Vice
President: Harry D. Kurtz, 18158 Clifton Rd., Lakewood,
Ohio 44107; Treasurer: H. Bob Robinson, 13505 S.E.
River Rd., Portland, Ore. 97222; Secretary: Paul B.
Slater, P.O. Box 22037, Los Angeles, Calif. 90022;
Trustee: Whitney Eastman, 7000 Valley View Rd., Min-
neapolis, Minn. 55424

NATIONAL housing CORPORATION: President: J. Russell Pratt,
14 Crestwood Dr., Chatham, N.J. 07928; Vice President:
W. Brooks Reed, 709 Union National Bank Building,
Youngstown, Ohio 44503; Treasurer: Donald M. Johnson,
P.O. Box 1901, Richmond, Va. 23215; Secretary: John H.
Hildenbiddle, Jr., 5 South Place, Chappaqua, N.Y. 10514;
Trustee: Langdon Palmer, Chase Manhattan Bank, One
Chase Manhattan Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10015

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE: Chairman: Dr. R. Eric


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