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K S KAPPA SIGMA Bored by the usual activities The chapter has forty active members who find that its size permits diversity and homogeneity. Kappa Sigs par- ticipate in but are bored by the usual ac- tivities. We therefore try to keep tradi- tions strong by exerting cultural im- perialism on Canadians during pledge formals and by pouring libations to Sas- quatch to ensure safe passage about Ann Arbor and the world. We also seek entertainment in innovative activities such as giving Crassa the chair treat- ment, filling the fireplace with the glass of Goebel ' s bottles, consuming martinis and cigars on Flounder ' s Day, TLOs, SF-ing anything that has outlived its usefulness and offering Slug Za to Sas- quatech on roofs about town. Brothers Jim Stevens. Pete Kavanaugh, Ed Farrell, Maize, Qand Dubbs break in Ft. Lauderdale. FRONT ROW: Charlie Satarino. Ken Keezer, Trent Tappe, Paul Maleszya, Brian Sobczak, Todd Tappe, Smokey, Chris Rozof. Jack Darby. SECOND ROW: EdLutz, Dave Dow, Brian Kim, Bill Roberts, Joe Lieberman, Tom Barzyk, E. D. Farrell, Palit ' Pek ' Bhirombhakdi. BACK ROW: Jam Stevens, Jeff VandenBeukel, Mike Maizland, George Zemlicka, Paul Murphy, Paulius Jurgitis. GREEKS 283
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L ATA DELTA TAU DELTA Where brotherhood starts and never ends Delta Tau Delta has been estab- lished on the University of Michigan campus for over 100 years. The cur- rent shelter on Geddes, built in 1 924, has seen many decades of traditions, success and strong brotherhood. The newly revived Tahitian party which had been a tradition in the chapter for years features a tropical setting with waterfalls, ponds and " tropical fish. " This party, pur welcome back bash, generates a spirit and enthusiasm in the chapter that is carried throughout the year. Brotherhood is the very foundation of Delta Tau Delta fraternity at the University of Michigan. As undergraduates, Delts meet academic challenges together. We learn the values and power of self-government and organization. Delts often rise with the help and encouragement of their brothers to positions of achieve- ment and leadership in a variety of areas of college life. This propensity toward accomplishment and the spirit of brotherhood live well beyond college days, and persist throughout the personal and profes- sional lives of members of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Each Delt, whether an undergraduate, a graduate student or alumnus, has learned during his academic career the value of brotherhood and carried his fair share of responsibility. Delts work as a team to succeed in philanthropies, in sports and even in small housekeeping tasks. Delta Tau Delta has enriched the college careers of well over 100,000 men, many of whom have become famous leaders of business, industry, medicine, religion and government. It all starts with brotherhood. It con- tinues with goals, objectives, respon- sibility and leadership. And it never ends. Just ask any Delt. FLOOR: Sirius, Buck. FRONT ROW: Geoff Glaspie, LouMeeks, Paul Mack, John Printing, Steve Reinhart, Scott Blumeyer. SECOND ROW:Al Lutes, Tim Newman, Don McCann, Joe Jerkins, Steve Glass, Junius Brown, Andrew Shotland, Matt Downey. THIRD ROW: Len Jenaway, Ron Vodicka, Jeff Burmester, Andrew Herrup, Philip Videla. Dan Polsky, Jim Shevlet, Chris VanAuken, JeffMcConnell, Dan Sonntag, Matt Trunsky, John Liddle, Robert DeVries, Craig Johnson, Larry Shulman. BACK ROW: Dave Walkowski, Mike Reinhart, Matt Paroly, Scott Grossfeld, Mike Hoff, Brian Pitawanakwat, John Haagen, Leigh Knodt, Jerry Bialek, BillKishler, Paul Melamed. 282 MICHIGAN ENSIAN
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A T DELTA UPSILON The first SliderFest look out! " I live at the DU house. " " Oh, you guys have such a great place! " This was a common exchange around campus this year as fall term found many changes at Delta Up- silon. Fresh paint set an apt tone for the invigorated spirit among the brothers. Successful rushes both terms have thrust DU parties into the campus limelight. The annual Ghetto party, for instance, stuffed an angry mob into the Annex, a formerly peaceable haven for first term seniors. Alumna returning for Homecom- ing festivities enjoyed a champagne brunch and post-game barbecue, while parents and friends tailgated on the lawn. The Wolverine victory dampened the spirits of our visiting Hoosier brothers (most of whom out-prepped even Michael Astley!). During Ohio State weekend we had the extreme, dare we say it, pleasure to host brothers from such Third World countries as Ohio State, Bowl- ing Green, Florida and Purdue. Later road-trippers included chapters from Toronto, Western Michigan, MSU and Western Ontario. Plans for burn- ing down the house and building a Hilton Hotel were abruptly canceled when the house achieved Michigan Historical Landmark status. The success of our Little Sisters program marked major growth in chapter activities. Along with the Dee Phi E sorority, we inflicted intestinal torture on willing undergrads during our first annual SliderFest. (Remember those greasy bullets from the Porcelin Palace?) The surviving brothers donated philanthrophy pro- fits to the American Cancer Society. Private functions included Thanksgiving dinner and Winter For- mal at the chapter house. Spring For- mal at the Pontchatrain Hotel in Detroit topped off the DU social calendar. Stolen pledge banners, miswrought Upsilons, Zetagasms, brush pattern plates a new twist on an old favorite and a very good time at Toronto, (eh Chris?) rounded out an exciting year at Delta U. FRONT: Tipper. SECOND ROW: David Hoffman, Eric Pyne. THIRD ROW: Danny Crudo, Allan Gosdin, Arthur Brandt, Carl Weiser. Jeff Mills, Jeffrey Naser, Jeffrey Hall. FOURTH ROW: Mark Leimbach, Jusuf Hameed, Bradley LePage, Alex Eisenberg, Dennis Syrkowski, RobJillson, HankAugustaitis, Jay Gould, Chris Helzerman. BACK ROW: Hassanian Kapadia, Damon McParland, Peter Richert, John Fischel, Douglas Thompson, Kurt Schroeder. Michael Astley, Richard Burne, Darin Gates, Karol Gutowski, Christopher Cummins, DuaneJuriga. 284 MICHIGAN ENSIAN I
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