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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Walker, Jeffrey Allen, '67E; Wicks, Jeff-
rey Dean, :68.
Evans Scholars
Block, Richard Atten, '68; Bosak,
Robert Dennis, '68; Demers, Raymond
Yves, '68 Ferrari, William Joseph, '68;
Geniac, Timothy Robert, '68; Giardina,
Daniel Frank, '68; Hendrick, Myron Al-
len, '68E; Kula, James Richard, '68;
Liming, Ronald Lee, '68SM; McNeely,
Joseph Craig, '68E; Olson, Clifford Dale,
'68; Rydell, 'Jerome Stanley, '68E;
Thomas, John Charles, '68; Trefilek,
Kenneth Richard, '68; Vasilauskas,
Lawrence Albert, '68.
Kappa Alpha Psi
Bell, Richard, '68; Humphries, Der-
rick, '68; Jenkins, James, '677; Patter-
son, Nelson, '68; Phillips, Raymond, '68;
West, Willie, '68; Moton, Lawrence, '68E.
Kappa Sigma
Berry, Michael James, '68; Dickerson,
Crosby Beakes, '67ES; Jensen, Herbert
Vernon,. '67A&D; McCullaghi, Jeffrey
Stuart, '68; Merchant, Robert Charles,
'67A&D; Mihalek, Michael Joseph, '67E;
Murrell, Victor Jerome, '66.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Allen, James Edger, '67; Chillman,
Scott William, '67; Davis, Hugh Steven,
'68; Graff, David Arron, '68; Jorgen-
seen, Daniel Blakeney, 'f7; Ketels, John
Paul, '67E; Love, David Maddux, '68;
Mason, Matthew John, '68; McCluney,
John Henry, '67A&D; Messner, Jeffrey
Ray, '68E; Sterner, John Fredrick, '67;
Stone, Timothy Mitchell, '68; Wagle,
Lawrence Paul, '68E; Walters, Craig
Vought, '68E.
Phi Delta Theta
Bauer, Peter, '67; Bebow, Mike '67;
Black, Tom, '68; Brooks, Jack, '68; Car-
son, Bruce, '68; Conway, Terry, '68;
Davidson, Jeff, '68; Dworsky, Richard,
'66; Gaugler, Ted, '68; Gayney, Charles,
'68; Groves, Frank, '68; Lindow, Tom,
'68; Maleck, Robert, '67; McKendry,
BIll, '68; O'Neill, Jerry, '68; Phillips,
Jerry, '68; Poe, James, '68; Ruff, John,
'68; Silva, Rene, '677; Thornton, Wil-'
liam, '66; Tyler, Thomas Charles, '67;
Winn, Delbert, '68; Worsham, Richard,
'67.
Phi Epsilon Pi
Broat, Ronald F., '68; Frank, Dennis
J., '67; Friedstat, Charles, '68; Gins-
burg, Jordon, '68; Herzog, Richard Jos-
eph, '67; Heyt, Paul James, '67; Kaplan,
Harold, '68E; Kleiman, Edward, '68E;
Lander, Robert C., '68; Levine, Richard,
'68; Levy Fredric J., '68; Margul.es,
Michael, '68; Mintz, Richard, '68; Pal-
mer, Robert, '68; Pear, Michael, '68;
Schwartz, Edward; '68; ilverman, Dan-
iel, '68; Steinberg, Gabriel N., '68.
Phi Gamma Delta
Aiken, Robert Clifford, '67E; Brown,
Charles Ralph, '67; Carter, Larry
George, '68; Demeter, Milan John, '67;
Fox, Perry Warren, '67; Geary, Michael
Philip, '66; Herrington, Richard Allen,
'68; Manske, John Griffin, '67; Mason,
Frank Bauer, '68A&D; Montgomery,
Stephen Paul, 68E; Osmer, William
David, '67E; Riege, Duane Jackson,
'68; Robertson, James Gardner, '67;
Waisanen, Alan Robert, '67.
Phi Kappa Psi
Fowler, Douglas Martin, '69; Gobeille,
Richard Charles, '68; ' Hodge, Drew
Waldner, '68; Kelly, Warren Charles,
'68; Kruger, Peter Stetfan, '68; Mackey
>I, F. Joseph, '66; Marston, Theodore
U Itley, '68; Noble, Mark Itchell, '68;
Priice, Theron. Douglas, '67; Rogers,
Spencer Thomas, '68; Ross, Gary Grant,
'68.
Phi Kiappa Tau
Burch, John Wi., '67; Darrow, Wi.
Kevin, '67; Hers, Gary Louis, '6; Valu-
sek, Alan Merrill, '67.
'Phi Sigma Deltaj
Feuer, Charles Martin, '68; Reitman,
Daniel, '68 Schlussel, Lawrence, '65;
Wolf, James Barry, '68; Bizzoechi.
James Vincent. '68; Morton, Allan Har-
vey, '68; Painer, Lawrence Andrew, '68;
Zimbler, Harvey, '68.
Phi Sigma Kappa
Schmelz, Robert Ernest, 68E; Sede-
bach, Douglas Ralph, '67; Stoner, Don-
ald Arthur, '66BA4
Pi Lambda Phi
Cohen, Richard, '68E; Fried. Gary,
'68; Kurtzman, Richard, '67; Levy, Lar-
ry, '68; Roses, Mitchel D., '67; Schneps,
Henry, '68; Spinrad, Marc E., '68; Stone,
Ronald, '66E; Winstrom, Leon Oscar,
'67.
Psi Upsilon
Behnke, Bruce Ivan, '677; Dove, Lloyd
Barrington, '68A&D; Elserman, Dale
Richard, '68; Fabian, Stetve Frank, '68;
Fitzmaurice, James Michael, '67; Ham-
ilton, Robert Hepburn, '68; Haughey,
WIlfrid Henry III, '68; Lies, John Mich-
ael, '67; McMillan, James Thayer, '68;
Meltesen, Chris Peter, '68; Penner,
Craig, Lawrence, '67; Raynor, William
Stone, '68; Richardson, Douglas Bent-
ley, '68; Spray, Judd Roehrig, '68; Web-
er, Thomas Arnold, '67; Whittle, John
Arthur, '68.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Andrews, Peter Murray, '66; Byers,
David Michael, '68E; Ernst, William
Theodore, '67; Fielding, David Alan,
'68E Griffin, James Chapman, '67
Grise, Stetven Lee, '68E; Harada, John
Susumu, '68; Halenlak, David Wiliam,
'67; 'Hunt, William Martin, '68; King,
Miles Swinton, '67; Kridler, Warren
McKinley. '67E; Simmons. Steven
Flook, '68; Street, Robert William, '68;
Vaughn, Stuart Moulton, '67BAd;
White, John Wendell, '67.

Sigma Alpha Mu
Alexander, David Todd, '68; Burn-
stein, Richard Joel, '68; Foon, Kenneth
Alan, '68; Green, Ronald, '68; Lichter,
Allen Sollie, '68: MVanclel, Paul David,
'68; Martin, Richard Jay, '68; Muska-
vita, .Melvin Jay, '68; Pregerson, Ber-
nard Myron, '68; Resnick, Richard Eric,
'68E; Robinson, Charles Alan, '68; Se-
gall, John David, '68; Shapiro, Kenneth
Halpert, '68; Shister, Neil Barry, '68;
Shiriro, Stephen Alan, '68E; Steglltz,
Stephen Alan, '68E; Wainer, Mark B.,
'68E; White, Howard William, '68.
Sigma Chi
Barclay, Robert Luman, '67; Bow-
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den, Jeffrey Amsden, '68E; Conant,
Lloyd Victor, '68; Cross, Richard Stir-
ling, '68; Fehrs, Robert Lewis, '67Ed;
Harvey, Gordon Roper, '67Ed; Middle-
ton, Wayne Lee, '68Ed; Remmel, James
Bucknall, '68E; Saunders, Thomas G.,
'68 Ed; Seppala, William Leslie, '68;
Sweeney, John E., '68; Williams,
Thomas Vance, Jr, '67E.
Sigma Nu
Dew. Donald Thomas, '67; Drew,
Michael George, '67; Garrett, Robert
Leee, '68E; Hebeler, William Russel, '65;
Kilian, David Marker, '67; Krolick,
Rick Edward, '68E; Meader, Thomas
Floyd, ,'67E; Richards, Jacob Peter, '67;
Silverberg, Kenneth Howard, '68;
Smethells, William George, '67; West-
ley, William Kenneth, '66.
Sigma Phi
Bonelli, John Britt, '67; Hamm, David
Douglas, 6'7; Jones, Marshall Paul, Jr.,
'68; Schultz, Peter Dernier, '67E; Wood,
Guy Ashford, '67.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Barter, Edward William, '67E; Beck-
with, Henry Albert, '68E; Borgsdorf,
Del Douglas, '68; Brown, James Glenn,
'68E; Carter, Richard Wayne, '68; Glov-
er, Daniel Anthony, '68E; King, Gary
Fredric, '68; Kuntz, Donald John, '68;
Mapes, Gregory Edwin, '66E; Mills,
Kenneth James, '67; Moe, Carl Dee,
'68E; Moran, Patrick Asa, '68; Patrick,
James Lawrence, '68E; Shukle, Terry
Albert, '68; Smith, Douglas Jay, '68;
White, Richard McLay, '66; McKenzie,
Maxwell Lee, '67E; Meaden, Thomas
Floyd, '67; Zwirner, Richard Thomas,
'65.
Tau Delta Phi
Arnkoff, Howard; BermanNeil; Co-
hen, Steven Richard; Crohn, Joel;
Davis, Charles; Green, Jack Allen;
Grossman, Steve Andrew; Lesser,
Thoams Bernard; Levy, Richard J.;
Riback, Ronald; Schmidt, Jerome Sam-
uel; Segal, Steven Allan; Shom, Gor-
don Barry; Waldman, Joel W.; Singer,
Michael; Ziman, Stephen.
kH*Rf-it
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Grolle, Gary Lee, '66; Lenz, John
Ormerod, '68; Meier, William .Alan,
'69A&D; Nicosia, Patrick Carmelo,
'66BAd; Renold, William Bari, '68E;
Fleming, James Gerald, '65.
Theta Chi
Gerges, David Brian, '67A&D; John-
son, Richard Eric, '67; Kreeger, Roderic
Loring, '68E; Lewis, Robert Auborn, '67;
Manning, nDeins Warren, '68; McCul-
loch, John Wallace, '68E; Momenee,
Kevin Richard, '67E; Most, Robert Nel-
is, '68; O'Conner, John Sylvester, '68;
Rataj, Walter John, '67E; Schoonmak-
era James William, '66E; Sosnowski,
Bernie Edward, '68; Zahm, Robert Wil-
liam, '67E.
Theta Delta Chi
Buford, Coleman Graves, '67; Grif-
fin, Dennis Howard, '67E; Kimball,
Kenneth Bruce, '68E; LaSovage, James
Stanley, '67; Leupen, Douglas James,
'68E; Richardson, Patrick Preston, '68;
Sapelak, William Duane, '67E; Scheid,
Charles Edward, '67E; Theisen, Robert
Edward, '68; Weller, Edward Frank,
'67E; Young, James George, '68.
Theta Xi
Andrejak, Gary Ernest, '67; DeHorn,
Jon Mark, '67; Nownski, Thomas
Stephen, '67E; Nelson, James Robert,
'68; Thomas, Terry Allan, '68; Samue-
/on, David, '68; Stephenson, Peter
Michael, '66E; VaHellemont, Robert
Wilbur, '68E; Williams, Jeffrey Roller,
'68E
Triangle
CareDavid Alan, '68; ox, Jhn
Robert, '68E; Dorsesy, Edward Alan,
'68E; Greenwood, Howard Daniel, '65;
Miecykowsk, John Allan, '68; Richards,
William Brian, '66E.
~Trigon '
Davis, Michael Wayne, '68E; Dwyer,
Jon Craig, '7; 'Knapp, Larry Eugene,
'69A&D; Wasama, Douglas Reynold,
'69A&cD.
Zeta Beta Tau
Broock, Richard Allen. '68; Heisler,
James Toby, '68E;Howard, Jeffrey Lan-
cen, '68; Kahn, Bruce S., '68; Kaplan,
Alan Nel, '68; Klivans Ribert Louis,
'68; Lipton, Marty Arnold, '68; Morris,
Robert, 8'; Myron, Mark Cole, '68; Ole-
shansky, Marvin Alan, '68; Rosenblum,
Bernard M., '68; Rubinson, Ricky, '68;
Schwartz, Gary, '68; Scott, Robert Mar-
tin, '68; Spiegel, Jerome Charles, '68;
Feferman, Richard Nel, '68; Sosnow,
Lawrence '68; Spear, Scott, '68.

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ham. Astronomy Dept. Visitors' Night: Fri.,
* *' * Oct. 16, 8 p.m., Aud. D, Angell Hall..
Guild House, Noon luncheon discus- David F. Gray will speak on "Life and
sion, Mrs. Tory Harberg will speak Death of Star Clusters." After the lec-
about the Ann Arbor Women for Peace ture the Student Observatory on the
and the Women's Strike for Peace, Oct. fifth floor of Angell Hall will be open
16, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, 802 Mon- for inspection and for telescopic ob-
roe. servations of the Moon and Saturn.
* * I Children welcomed, but must be ac-
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin, le I companied by adults.
15 Oct., le jeudi, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
* * *
WAA Folk Dance Club, Folk dance
!with instruction suitable for begin-
ners, FrI., Oct. 16, 8-10:30 p.m., Wom-
en's Athletic Bldg. TYPISTS and STENOS!
* 4 4
Young Republican for Romney, Im- Kell Girl SeI
portant meeting, Thurs., Oct. 15, 7:30 I &
p.m., Michigan Union, Room 3-D. 518 E. William, Ann Arbor
Newman Student Association, Fire-
side chat, "Campus Peeves," followed as
by Sock Hop, Oct. 16, 7:30 and 8:30
p.m., 331 Thompson it.

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Zeta Psi
Boyes, James - R., '68; Brinker, Karl
R., '68; Carlington, Lynn A., '68;
Christian, Chuck J., '68; Davidson,
Lanning R., '67; Kemp, Kenneth A.,
'67; Jahr, John M., '68A&D; Meridith,
John, '67; Robinson, Allan, '68; Shoe-
maker, John, '67; Simoni, Christopher
G., '67; Van Genderin, Gary, '68; Go-
licz, Larry, '66; Fanfalone, Robert, '68.
Alpha Rho Chi
(Professional Fraternity)
Barber, Richard, '68A&D; Brummund,
Paul, '68A&D; Copley, John, '68A&D;
Couture, Paul, '69A&D; Dzon, Thomas,
'68A&D; Gibson, William, '67A&D;
Hewlett, Stetven, '69A&D; Hieger, Rob-
ert, '69A&D; Hultin, Richard, '69A&D;
Jessup, Wayne, '69A&D; Lauer, Eu-
gene, '68A&D; Morrow, James, '67A&D;
Raymond, Charles, '69A&D; Rohrer,
Peter, '67A&D; VanSlambrouck, Gerald,
'66.
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