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CHI KAPPA EPSILON Front Row: M. Sullivan. presidentg B. Hammerle. vice presidentg S.
Tolin, recording secretary. D. Meno, treasurer. I. Mulvnney, corresponding secretaryg I. Frank.
Second Row: S. VVutson, H. Popp, B. Bundy, D. Minnie-k, XV. Crunger, B. Ewbank. Third Row:
S. XVoodwortli, D. Gibson, T. Cnrren, I. Kelsey. T. Lazzuru, D. Cook, B. Cerlib, R. Miller.
Back Row: S. Clapham, F. Ogle, D. Pursley, R. Colclsberry, D. Browne, I. VanCombos, R. San-
ter, C. Rockey.
CHI KAPPA EPSILON Front Row: I. Coyle, C.Fritz. I. Roberson, L. Matanich, P. Corvdon, D.
YVeist. Second Row: D. Holmes, C. Baird, M. Poe, I. Shively. I. Marcuson. D. McColliim. Back
Row: R. Cuipe, L. Aaron, D. Leming. D. Kane, T. Than-her, A. Benz, j. Williamson, L.
Blanck, M. Parrott.
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TOP: Members engaged in a "battle of the
brains" during chess games. ABOVE RIGHT:
New Greek letters was one ofthe many improve-
ments made to the Theta Xi house this year.
ABOVE: Miss Francis Tuholski was the 1967-68
chapter sweetheart. RIGHT: Mrs. Opal Swietzer
served her first year as Theta Xi housemother.
FAR RIGHT: Pledges sponsored the second an-
nual Tug-of-War during spring quarter.
During their twenty-first year on Ball
State's campus, the men of Theta Xi
participated in Homecoming events,
Spring Sing, Bike-a-Thon, and intra-
mural sports. The fraternity also won the
Campus Chest trophy for the all-Creek
auction and gave a party for the orphans
at Christmas time. A new activity begun
this year was the jazz jam session given
once each quarter by the brothers. The
chapter sponsored two fund-raising proj-
ects in the spring which included their
annual all-Creek Variety Show and Tug-
of-War. The regional Theta Xi area con-
ference was sponsored by the Ball State
chapter this spring. They also sent two
members to the national Theta Xi leader-
ship school during the summer.
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Front Row: M. Miller, president, M. Collins, executive vice president, B. Moor-
hous, vice president of rush, E. Dunsmore, vice president of expansion, T.
Tumer, recording secretary, T. BorshoH, corresponding secretary, R. Miles, treasurer, I. Little, K. Lochmueller. Second Row: R. Bundy, B.
Skees, I. Cannon, M. Thomas, C. Oberlie, S. Smith, E. LaVigne, N. Kneacller, S. Smith, M. Gilbert. Back Row: T. Medland, J. Bailey, I. Neal,
L. Smith, D. Wildman, E. Powers, E. Shipley, I. Bail, S. Hammer, B. Backemeyer, I. Brady.
As the governing body of the Greek
women on campus, Panhellenic Council
was designed to afford the smooth func-
tioning and coordination of the activi-
ties of social sororities. In conjunction
with this, the group organized and ex-
ecuted the sorority rush system. In
addition the group worked with Inter-
fraternity Council in presenting Greek
Night, which was designed to introduce
freshmen to Greek life. As a philan-
thropy project, they support a child.
Interfratemity Council, the legislative
body of male Greeks, is composed of
three representatives from each of the
I3 fraternities. The Council governs and
coordinates inter-fraternity activities
which contribute to the school, com-
munity, and the National Interfraternity
Conference. IFC formulates local fra-
ternity policies concerning scholarship,
pledgeship, finance and rush. Among
its activities are fall Greek Week, and
Greek Night during fall orientation.
P Front Row: I. Emrick, president, I. Anderson, vice president, L. Kocsis, secretary, V.
Basham, treasurer, I. Gall, S. Fink, B. Vaughan, T. Rice. Second Row: M. Dellekamp, I.
Grau, F. Davis, P. Garvin, S. Pearson, S. Mikesell, B. Swain, L. Oliver, M. Isenhour. Back Row: P. Stanifer, C. Curtner, S. Culbert, B. Drake,
H. Witham, P. Whitestine, D. McKinsey, V. Palmer, S. Harrison, B. Stiver.
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