Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

 - Class of 1981

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IDENTIFICATION PAGE 540 Pi Kappa Alpha, already one of the largest fraternities on campus, assured it would remain that way this past fall as an outstanding rush brought in thirty-one pledges. Continuing recent trends, athletics again proved to be a major Pike field of endeavor. The IFC Athletic Trophy became Pike property this past year as brothers compiled an overall intramural record which included a school cham- pionship in cross country, fraternity championships in football, track, and ten- nis and league championships in softball and volleyball. In addition, this fraternity also supported Georgia Tech's athletic efforts by placing seven brothers on several varsity teams. Continuing their campus involvement, Pikes also participated in many Tech organizations and remained prominent in numerous school events. Pi Kappa Alpha captured the IFC Activities Trophy for the second consecutive year by winning Greek Week, placing second in Homecoming and raising over S4000 for the Annual Alumni Roll Call. I'H"T""W"""' ln all their activities, the primary goal the brothers sought was diversion - diversion from chemistry labs, from calculus tests and design labs. Only that way could they achieve their ideal of a truly rounded college education. Dump the trash . . . Pow, you're there . . . Breakfast with Nugent . . . Hollis, Hollis, Hollis . . . Burnt Soup . . . Toasty Mothers. . . Long as me arm and thick as me wrist. . . 10th street brawlers. . . 3 for 1 Wednesdays. . . Ricky White Shoes. . . Pike House South, Miami . . . Coach Millage . . . Elephant Walk . . . Dash Riprock. . . Where's the basketball goal? . . . Exploratory probe. . . He's huge. . . series of quick jabs . . . Pike Week . . . Skater Protege. . . Gusto with your nose so bright . . . Wheels . . . Jizrnie . . . Sum- mer Rules 10:30 shower club .. Bone Smokers. . . The 4. 0 kid. TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT' Pikes pass Dream Girl Noelle Marier toward the finish line during a Greek Week event. Driver Don Sawyer steers the Pike Reck to Homecoming victory. BOTTOM, LEFT TO RIGHT' Mark Miller passes for short gain under heavy pressure. Robert Nalesnik, Bert Stiepel, and Randy Henderson take the Pike Firetruck for a quick spin around campus. Pi Kappa Alpha l 271

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M2 Fraternity Continues Strong Intram ii! HKA radl 70 l Pi Kappa Alpha I 3 f' 1 O W, -r



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HKCIP - Unusual Theme Mixers Add Excitement to Chapter Lij IDENTIFICATION PAGE 541 Pi Kappa Phi's Iota chapter maintained its standing as one of the campus' largest and most diverse fraternities. Socially, various theme mixers added excitement to chapter life. These included an Election Night "crook party" and a "punk party." Also, brothers travelled to Boone, North Carolina for the trad?tional winter ski trip. ln addition, formals cllmaxed both fall and spring quarters, with a Homecoming affair at the Atlanta Biltmore and the much anticipated Bose Ball in May held in the Fox theater. Social life however, served only to ease the effort Pi Kappa Phi made to make this a banner year. Aside from making major strides in scholarship, the brothers donated time and effort to various chari- table organizations, such as the IFC Leu- kemia Drive. lota chapter led all Greek organizations in collections for the drive following the Navy football game. Pi Kaps continued to boast one of the largest little sister chapters on campus. With membership peaking at 26, the aux- iliary group participated in a full schedule of activities. In addition to throwing a fra- ternity rush party, the little sisters organ- ized their own rush program. Furthermore, they led a charitable drive to give Thanks- giving dinner to a needy Atlanta family. All of this was accomplished without sacrificing any of the longstanding activi- ties which characterize this collection of 65 active brothers. Participation in every intramural sport offered by Tech and involvement in a wide range of campus activities gave Pi Kaps additional oppor- tunities to maintain a high campus profile. The V as a way of life . . , good as hell . . . yak yang . . . I've eaten so rnuch rice, l'm turning Vietnamese Mr. Ed the horse . . . Ouiche LaBecchi . . . Not me baby, l'm too precious Recupido's socks . . . cool your jets . . . popo-shag. Spector tokens . . . supreme law . . . Brother May, you have been warned. TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT' Plob Northrup reads up on his Greek. An alumnus helps out during rush. Jim Hocutt spins some tunes. Bushees enjoy a little liq- uid refreshment. BOTTOM: Jim Mihalcin practices a bank shot. . - .... . H r .A it ti.. fr I rm' W K .i fr f... ,,, , , t ff? V 272f PiKa Phi . . 1 ..., Ppa I H VVVV W tr. , ,,,,, it A' ' ta? .. M- ,J

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