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Sigma Alpha Mu (front row) Dave Fawer, Dave Horn, Neal Goldman, Matt Durma, Daniel Yaker, Eric Silberg, Andy Sommers; (second row) Bard Borkon, Jon Berlent, David I einhardt. Eric Leftkowsky, Eric Klein, Howard Krugel, Jason Sobel, Brian Zimberg, Neal Koren, Mark Adelman, Mike Benisvy, Kevin Frankel; (third row) (I David 1 ut . Michael Schaftel, David Block, Michael Prober, Ken Silverman, Jay Berlin, Jay Schwartz, Ben Konner, Jason Korn, Eric Newman, Sam Stempel, Krik Hyman, Scott Noskin; (fourth row) Jordan Glazier, Tom Titsworth, Michael Kurzer, Richard Marks, Michael April, Andy Snyder, Stu islinli .. Fred ( ' hit brow . Jeff Wolpov, Ron Emanuel, Michael Schiff, Lawrence Polatsch, Andrew Kopstein, Andy Davis, Craig Garfield, Dave Walters, Matt Lefferts; (back row) Mi i- had Edelstein, John Friedman, Todd Fishbein, Howard Katz, Peter Hyman, Lee Resnick, Adam Schefter, Dave Simon, Steve Hochman, Brett Soloway, Jeff j) Rubin, Michael Robbins, Gregg Backer. The structure might have burned last year, but the foundation remained strong. Sammies... Have Never Been Stronger! Members participated in the annual basketbal: bounce in the Diag. Sigma Alpha Mu has never been stron- ger. That is.. .structurally. The house had a bout with some flames last spring, and lost. But that loss has turned into our gain. The physical make up of the house has improved 100 percent. Speaking of improvement, our neighborhood rela- tions have made a mirculous turn around this year. And along those same lines, the Daily has yet to print an article singling us out as one of the three largest vices known to man. So, as far as new strides are concerned, it was certainly a banner year. Our mos t important philanthropic en- deavor, " bounce for beats, " saw its finest year ever. By adding a slam dunk contest to the fund raiser, the " Mu " opened the event up to greater participation by other Greeks. We succeeded in raising more money that we ever have for the Ameri- can Heart Association. After a second place finish in the intra- mural overall competion last year, Sigma Alpha Mu hopes to crack its first top- ranked finish since the 1950s. The 1987- 88 year was a complete success. 4 Submitted by Sigma Alpha Mi 240 SIGMA ALPHA MU
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pj l grfront row) Ed Lynch, Rick Griertson, Pete Ecklund, Steve Radomski, Lawrence Wingard, Adit Bulusu; hack row) Tom Kosik, Andre Borrello, David Boyle, Andrew Balch, Mark Huhndorff, Russell Franchi, 100 Hill (Brian Westrate, Randy Smith. Psi Upsilon ' s annual Gin and Tonic Party is a popular neighborhood event. HOUSE FACTS FOUNDING DATE: January 26, 1865 COLORS: Gold and Garnet SYMBOL: Owl FAMOUS ALUMNI: William Clay Ford, Jay Burlanger Chris McDougall, Jeff Snell, Tony Fadell, Zeke Lazarus, and Brent Sherman get along just great. Psi Upsilon members pride themselves on their abi- lity to entertain. PSI UPSILON 239
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Sigma Nu Weil Da ntetllHpw uSamSteipd. jZiskfcJrtc Herts: (tod rw ' ettSolwav.Jef row) Simon Tomkinson, Bill Smith, Todd DeKay, Tony Grover, Brad Sage, Ray Ashare, Dave Plunkett; (second row) John Smirnow, John Zitzman, b Henry, Jim Bray, Mike Behm, Jim Doyle,Jim Morgan, Marty Lobdell, Steve Brown; (third row) Pete Brown, Jim Trice, Rob Flaggert, Phil Keil, Todd iort man. Steve Simonte, Dan Bean, Paul Gregory, Richard Kang, Colin Gray, Dan Forberg; (fourth row) Greg DeKoker, Jeff Rutherford, Craig Poplar, )ave Falk, Dave Cragne, Jim Flaggert, Brian Rudick, Tom Kerr, Jim Lesser; (fifth row) Tom Bridenstine, Bob Wyrod, Wes Miracle, Kyle Epram ' anada, John Supera, Erik Post, Chuck Scrafano, Paul Kline, Merrick Hatcher; (back row) Neill Peters, Garfield Philpotts, Joe Sola, Rick Chanman, rian Shrager, Brian Bonet, Mike Smuts. House Touts Diversity, Unity Sigma Nu distinguishes itself by com- bining the unique talents of its members to achieve impressive group success. Members participate in all aspects of campus life. Many active brothers com- pete on the lacrosse and water polo clubs. Others race on Michigan ' s ski team, play for the tennis team and run varsity track. Sigma Nus compete for the sailing team, perform in the Men ' s Glee club and hold board positions on the Interfraternity Council. Others write for the Michigan Daily. Sigma Nus excell academically as well. Active brothers are now pursuing honors degrees in history, economics, English and physics. Actives work together to raise funds for charities like the Ann Arbor Red Cross and St. Jude ' s Children ' s Hospital. Brothers also offer their help in weekly visits to the Ann Arbor Homeless Shelter. Together, brothers carefully maintain their 85 year-old house as a symbol of the chapter ' s history and strength. Through the combination of their talents into a unified whole, the men of Sigma Nu share a true sense of brotherhood. + Submitted by Sigma Nu Brothers show evidence of Sigma Nu ' s brotherhood at the Fall Formal, which was held in the house. SIGMA NU 241
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