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SIGMA CHI — ROW 1: Peter Meder, Dennis Gilley, Jack Rudnay, Thomas Wlck- izer, Michael Simpson, William Huxhold, Roger Benko, Douglas Brewer, James Halle tt. ROW 2: John Eggemeyer, Timothy Pell, Jerome Murphy, Rich- ard Bourke, Ed Paquette, Donald Denny, Bruce Elfvin, Timothy Cunningham, James Ulman. ROW 3: Philip Reiff, Richard Boudreaux, Richard Yarger, James Weber, Lawrence Tick, William Lucky, David Crawford, Harry Morse, Robert Cook. ROW 4: John Bradley, Michael Hennessy, Joel Monarch, Vincent DeCarlo, Theodore Moss, Ralph Lustgarten, Gregory Gadarian, Alan Sedlak, Robert Martier. ROW 5: Richard Gade, John Farney, Thomas Moore, James Link, David Welch, Dana Thorne, Raymond Koss, James Combs, Michael Kaminski. ROW 6: Nathaniel Narten, David Gubanc, William Lloyd, Philip McLean, Philip Lambruschi. 303
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302 Sigma Chi I I ow could anyone entering Fraternity Row miss the Sig House, or an occasional pimp from the men on the porch? And how could anyone help but notice that the dwellers of Omega Inn this year had twice as muc h going for them as any other house? Laughs, scenes, wildness. The Sig ' s loved it. So did 30 Chicago orphans on a football Satur- day last fall. So did every chick who ever found herself sandwiched in the middle of a circle dance, a Sigma Chi institution. Breach of brotherhood? Never. Neither a fum- ing Brontosaurus nor an enraged Panda could sever those sacred bonds so evident when the bro ' s gathered for a few Cokes. " Proud and happy to be a Sig, " babbled one benighted brother. But he ' s not the only one. They ALL are. M V J It SIGMA CNMa «. UdMl Si ' ImtHMKC am Bowli. Ed r JaiwUhKD ' ' olwCoiiROi DeCaflQ. TiKMi RolwtMirt,.)! KamimiD. AM I
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Sigma Nu I he summer of 1967 witnessed Sigma Nu ' s most ambitious activity to date — a house trip to Europe. Completing nine weeks of study and travel, the men returned to Northwestern, ready for the challenges of the new school year. 1967 was characterized by the maintenance of their high academic record, by spirited success in IM ' s, by rewarding leadership in campus activi- ties, and by a unique social schedule combin- ing fun and maturity. The house anxiously plans and awaits next summer ' s trip to Mexico. 304 i I
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