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ALPHA TAL' ONIEGA: Bottom row: B. Brookg Quandtg Vaughn, pres.g M. Atkinson, house-
motherg R. Osborne, v. pres.g W. Risdon. treas.g L. Triplett. Second row: G. Kindt: T. Fincllig jjanettag
D. Balduccig S. Derderian: N. Carlson. Third row: L. Lowerg M. Starickg D. Wassellg F. I-Iullg C. Wehd-
landg R. jenkinsg R. Grams. Fourth row: L. Goodlanderg M. Clanceyg J. Marting G. Frecheg J. Mazelg
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Boscog J. Dirnbauer.
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Taking a new and refreshing look at what fraternity life
should mean, the men of Alpha Tau Omega are attempting
to round out their activity by placing increased emphasis
on the cultural and scholastic aspects of the brotherhood.
They have begun to increase their interest in all-University
activities, gaining positions in student government and as
IFC committee chairmen. Traditionally top competitors in
junior 500, ATO's also participate in Homecoming and
Greek Week activities. Both the Muscular Dystrophy
drive and the Easter Seal campaign have received strong
support from the brothers. Winners in three separate
divisions, the ATO's can usually be found among the top
Five fraternities in all-around IM competition.
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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.
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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.
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Greek Wet-:k's finishing touch is added by the men of Beta
Theta Pi when they sponsor their annual l'Session on
the Cedarf' As the festivities of the week draw to a close
on Sunday afternoon, University ,jazz musicians perform
informally, as groups of listeners gather on the banks of
the Red Cedar behind the Beta house. In addition to sup-
porting Greek Week, Beta Theta Pi gives a boost to the
annual Powder Puff football game by supplying the coach-
ing staff for the Gamma Phi's. Enthusiastic participants
in all other University activities, the Beta's can be found
working on Homecoming Hoats, Water Carney committee,
student legislative bodies, and competing in all IM sports.
BETA THETA PI
BETA THETA Pl. Bolmm row: D. Torok, sec.g L. Esquina. sec.g NI. Rogers, pres.g A. Pancost, house-
motherg D. Campbell. v. pres.g W. Inman. treas.g B. Hillman. sec. Second row: B. Trebilcockg S. Merson
D. Seamang C. Gageg S. Wheelerg D. Benhamg G. Fischerg R. Robinson. Third row: D. Daggettg G
Kasenowg Huffmang L. Huttong C. Snyderg R. Cosierg R. Carterg Grogan. Fourth row: J. Shimmick
T. Montgomeryg J. Henderson: J. Burnettg E. Riordang N. Eadeg J. Pillow. Fyth row: R. Bechererg S
Woodg D. Collisterg R. Giltnerg I. Reachg B. Smith. Sixth row: H. Rogersg M. Perryg R. Osterhoutg J
Malcolmg E. BorsheimgJ. SibleygJ. Lamb.
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