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X CHI PSI Flourishing in every dimension Recently we received a cable from that house up on South State: " Dear O ' Dear Stop Conduct for year Stop Activities Stop Study Stop Parties Stopped? Stop Drinking NEVER Stop Cats Stop Dogs Stop Undergrads Stop Women Stop Stop Why Stop Don ' t Stop Stop (signed) CLUB GENTLEMEN CONSER- VATIVES, INC. " After several fruitless efforts at decoding this missive, a Chi Psi was waylayed on his way to Angell Hall and the following information was extracted: Alpha Epsilon of Chi Psi was established at the U-M in 1845 and has since flourished, making it the oldest continuously active frater- nity on campus. The Chi Psi brotherhood is strong with 47 active brothers. Athletically Chi Psi stresses participation, but still meets with some success. Socially the schedule is filled with our infamous Champagne Party, Formals and many sorority parties. Academically The Lodge sup- ports the undergraduates academic excellence with the Chi Psi National Program for Excellence Socially. Academically and in the community, Chi Psi continues in its long-standing traditions. FRONT ROW: Chris Dull, Trevor Wetherington, Mark Kleabir, James Zail, Scott Siler, James Lazarus. Mark Hansen, Erik Hudson. SECOND ROW: David DiRita, John Furkioti, Edward Ketchum. Joel Elton, Martin Harper, Jeff demons, David Decker, Gino Golia, Richard Ross McGill. THIRD ROW: Andrew Wong, John Yurko, Ronald Witham, Steven Frenette, Anthony Sera, Frederick Bradford, Steven Istock, Christian Elwood, David Babicz, Drummond Osborn, Dennis Miriani. BACK ROW: Scott F. Vekert. James Cordes, Stephen Myers, Chris Yurko, Jeff Bradley. Steven Mighalec. F. Thomas Wydra. Edwin Davis. Steven Parks. David Clark, Gary Rabin. GREEKS 279
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X CHI PHI The best years of their lives This year has been an exemplifica- tion of what we consider to be " the best years of our lives. " Our tight brotherhood maintains group cohesiveness while our individuality provides an opportunity to further the college experience. Socially, we have kept busy with several sorority and friend ' s parties, a hayride and our annual ' Crush ' party. At homecoming, it was a delight to see many Chi Phi alums return this year to join us in watching the Wolverines dominate team after team on the gridiron. Although not quite as fearsome, we are enjoying similar success in the intermural sports acrtivities where we are cur- rently among the top ten in the overall standings. We are very pleased with our pledges and feel quite confident that they can continue the fine tradition of which we are so proud. Ron Friedberg, Dave Sutler and Jeff Bar in full regalia for the house Halloween party. FRONT ROW: Mitch Pattello, Matt Ward, Steve Marquardt, John Mc- Coy, Rick Greenberg, Dave Mansour, Brandon Lawniczak, Drew Chavin- son. SECOND ROW: Andy Woolley, Ted Stamutakos, Ian Mitchell, Ran- dy Gottfried, Dave Sutler, John Kwont, Tom Kemp, Steve Hays. THIRD ROW: Jim Goran, Mike Robison, Pete Scott, Ike McPherson, Jeff Bar, Al Rothenbucher, Eric Dobras, Jeff Velis, Bailey, Ben Lam, Alex Will, Steve Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Paul Randel, Mike Hargrove, Ron Friedberg, Andy Brick, Barry Conybeare, Mark Bushman, Dave Sager, Rob Parsons. BACK ROW: Dave Marselac, Dave Greeley, Lance Johnson, John Morret- ta, Bill Shultz, Todd Bohlen, Matt Pattullo, Dave Ohlrich, Eric Alf, Bob Freiss. 278 MICHIGAN ENSIAN
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A X DELTA C H I Complete with a billiards table Originally founded as a legal frater- nity in 1892, Delta Chi is rich in history and tradition. In 1921, Delta Chi became a general social fraternity and abolished hazing in 1929. Delta Chi is an international fraternity, with chapters throughout the United States and Canada. Our current house has housed our members since the end of World War II. Living at Delta Chi offers much to its members including leadership, responsibility, brotherhood and plen- ty of fun. We take pride in competing in all intramural sports, throwing super bonzai parties, road trips, pig roasts, formals and almuni softball games. Currently the house has 22 members with such diverse majors as Aerospace Engineering and Com- munication. We offer rewards to those who excell in academics. Pledges are especially encouraged to maintain their grades by taking ad- vantage of our exam file and g etting assistance from senior members of the house. The past year has seen many house improvements including a new coat of paint to its exterior, new carpeting for the living room and renovating the dining room. Through alumni donations and efficient financial management, we were also able to purchase new living room furniture. A new billiards table was recently donated and further renovations to the weight room and bar in the lower level are underway. To start off the winter semester, we held a chapter retreat to discuss plans and goals for the upcoming year. As usual, an active social calendar is planned including a bowling night, Greek Week, movie nights, plenty of parties and a Spring Formal at the Renaissance Center in Detroit. An alumni cook-out softball game is scheduled for mid-June to maintain active alumni relations. Dave Gormley, Brian Acebo, Darius Fadanelli, Steve Kaprielian, Gary Bucholz, Steve Sponseller, Paul Luch, Scott Imlach, Mike Schafer, Rich Peterson, Patrick Cheung, Ken Radlick, Ed Holton, Eric Popp, Jon Meyer, Jim Cox, Doug Godbold, Bill McGarry. NOT PICTURED: John Heathfleld, Marty Heger, Kevin Kelly, Tim Wagner. 280 MICHIGAN ENSIAN
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