Michigan State University - Red Cedar Log Yearbook (East Lansing, MI)

 - Class of 1967

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' A .M A A l Bottom row: C. Williams, Z. Miller, S. Randall, v. pres., T. Holder, pres., C. McGee, D. Flowers, L. McWherter. Second row: B. Hughes, F. Knight, J. Earl, E. Howell, lj. Hunter, L. Greene, G. McKanders. Third row: C. Washington, H. Nettlesg M. HulT, sec., D. Payne, D. Robinson, T. Scott, B. Maxwell. LPHA KAPPA ALPHA DELTA IG A THETA uAdvancement through Knowledge and Action" is the na- tional project which gives deeper meaning to the letters AKA. Sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha here at State imple- ment the program at the. Lansing Boys Training School. Each girl visits the school and spends time talking with the boys, teaching them to dance, and generally trying to show each boy that someone really does care about him. Although it's most important, community service is regularly set aside for a variety of social and campus activities which include Greek Sing, Water Carnival, and junior 500. First, second and third place awards for the past three years of junior 500 competition grace the Alpha Kappa Alpha trophy case. Stressing public service to promote high cultural, intellectual and moral standards, Delta Sigma Theta annually sponsors several philanthropic projects. Promoting mental health, international understanding and increased job opportunities are but a few ways that the Delta's volunteer for community service. The women present an l'Icebreaker" dance each fall term to aid new students in their orientation to campus social life. Such honors as a first place in Greek Sing and a second place in junior 500 came to the Deltais during the past year. Not forgetting academic responsibilities, Delta Sigma Theta also won a first place trophy for scholas- tic achievement. DEL TA SIGMA THETA: Bottom row: S. Wilson, R. Covingtong K. Highgate, v. pres., P. Horne, pres., G. Robertson, sec., C. johnson, treas.g S. Hayes. Second row: E. Leeg K. Hart, B. Smith, P. Felton, C. Ribersg G. Hawkins, I. Saunders, R. Scott. Third row: R. Wilson, C. Moreland, K. Wilson, Howard, A. Cunningham, T. Weatherford. Q . . 5 Q' . ... T 5 2224 .' " gs. .. t 'K' lf - M Wi ,- . . ,112 ,N .f 'Q' gf 'E X x,..,, A. X -X 'Mx wal 'I'-WN N f -..-:..1,'3v.7Q". W' H- an if

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Celebrating its 40th year on campus, Chi Omega anxiously awaits a belated anniversary gift, the Completion of their new Georgian Colonial house, located on Burcham Drive. A fa- vorite annual activity is the "Christmas Kindnessw program for which the women wear costumes while caroling at local homes for the aged. Feast and famine battle for places at the Chi O table during the "Steak and Beansw dinner. Members who have earned a grade point above the sorority average eat steak, while the rest ofthe sisters must be Content with beans. The year's activities draw to a close with Happy Un- Birthday parties for Chi Ols whose birthdays fall during the summer months. Bolzom row: T. Fournierg P. Thomas, sec.g M. Briggs, pres.g Mrs. Pruss, housemotherg M. Gambrel, treas. C. Blacl-zetti L. Cole. .S'ut'f1rzclruz.".' A. Smithg D. Eliasong B. Brandle: S. Johnsong S. Starkweatherg NI. Ma teerg S. Tompert: H. Pieper. Tlzirfl roam' Princeg N. Stanquitsg S. Fuchsg K. Carling B. Amrheing S McKeeg K. Youngg C. Candler: J. Sweitzer. Fourlh mtv: M. Millerg L. I-larradineg C. Blossomg L. Morris H. Allen: M. Lyndong A. Korneyg K. Shang. Fifth rnzv: lj. Weurdingg S. Averyg D. Wardg K. Pavetteg R Brown: S. Greerg M. Wardg J. Fletcherg NI. Dryer. Szxllz row: L. Hoagg G. Bakerg L. Blauveltg L. Hartsock G. McKeeg G, Anderson: M. Dicksg M. Waisnoras. ' 4 l 4 Ai. - EB3



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An even blend of 'Lbusiness and pleasurel' gives Alpha Kap- pa Psi a mark of distinction. As the largest professional fraternity in the nation, its cultural and scholastic endeavors are closely keyed to the business world. Field trips to the GM Technical Center and guest speakers from large cor- porations such as Brunswick and Prudential Life highlighted the AKPsi year. Fulfilling its alternate capacity as a social fraternity, AKPsi participates in most campus activities and closes its school year with a formal dinner dance. Emphasizing a spirit of brotherhood and charity, the men joined in the Muscular Dystrophy drive and aided a needy family at Christmastime. ,, LPHA KAPPA P I ALPHA KAPPA PSI. Bllflfllll row' C. Eikhoffg R. Millerg F. Bialczyk, v. pres.g B. Adolph, pres L F1Sl'lCI', lrCaS.g K. Kenny. sectg T. Connor. Secrmzl row: Brennang R. Hiemenzg W. Daltong D. Piper KI. Keang H. Resisg j. Bronka. Third mtv: AI. Zwarensteyng D. Mooreg S. Olsong L.. Maidag R. DeVr1es M Glfhflfli D-W Hall. Fourth row: W. Fallong R. Ellisg Muirg D. Marzellag R. Zimmerg B. Knowles D Moreton. Fifllz mw:J. Norwoodg C. Klagesg H, Howittgj. Vossg M. Ziogasg C. Gronsethgj. Murton. ti EEE

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