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:ouncil has an-
en who pledged
on campus in
ted fall rush.

ald MacDonald, '60; Raymond Navarra,
'60; Robert Parizek, '60; Howard Wi-
'ard&, '61; Barry C. Wood, '61 .
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Phil Boersma, '60BAd; Donald Bites-
man, '61; John E. H~ugest, '60E; Rob-
ert Kasameyer, '6lE; John Kirkman,
'61; Charles Klinfe, ' 1; John Robb, '61;
Frederick Watts, '60;' Paul Wehmeier,
y61,

Keith Knubbe, '61E;
tr, '61814; Tom Lamnm,
rottom, '61E; Michael
Ebert Speers, '60; Har-
coward Winzeler; '61.
DEJLTA PHI
'61E,Frederick
lam Moore, '59BAd;
PSILON PI
'61; William Carmell,
.ski, '60; John Fisch-
ner, 162E; Mark Lut-
Meltzer, '61; Monte
thur Newman, '61;
IBAdl; Seymour Web-
~Yonas, '61E.
IGMA PHI
1E; Donald Dierkes,
Fischer, '61; Richardl
Arthur Hogge, '61E;
;Patrick McGlaugh-
ercier, '61F.; Robert
el Wronsky, '61E.
'AU OMEGA
eardorff, '60; Ronald
s Foley, '61; Allan
3ottschalk, '61; Rich-
Robert Gunln, '61;
Charles Johnston,
Kors, '61E; James
Nagel, '61; Ronald
er Miner, '61.
CHETA PI
'61; Charles Cum-
,ummins, '61: Robert

DELTA. SIGMA PHI
George Boguslavsky, '61;, ,Walter °C.
Brown, '61; John D, Clark, '6lE; Cal
Darbee, '61E;- Kenneth Hansen, '60;,
ewing Jones, '61E; Kenneth McWat-
ters, '59E; John A. Miller, '61E; Roger
lImus, '61E; Albert WV. Moore, '59E;
James Passmore, '61E; John Risk, 161E;
Albert 'Sharpe, 'TlE; Robert Updegraff,.
'60E; Gary Yeomans, '61E.
DELTA TALI DELTA
Victor Calcaterra, 161; Frederick
Fishe~r, '60; Richard Gavril,' '61; John
Hernandez, '59; David N. Hull, '160E;
Terry J. Kelly, '61; John A. Krause, '61;
Joseph Leich, '61E; John McCracken,
'61; Andrew . Morrow, '61E; Larry No-
lin, '6lE; John G. O'Brien, '61; Michael
Pennef, '62BAd; Peter Sherwood; '61;
Thomas Weadock~ '61; Jack Wolfgram,
'61; Thomas Woodward, 1616.
DELTA UPSILON
11James Bryant, '61; Charles David, '60;
John Feldkamp, '61; Joh~n Goldsmith,
'61E; Edward Hayman, '61; Charles Het-
rick, '61E; Lee H'. Johonson, '61; George
W. King, '61; Thomas Mackey, '61 ; Carl
Martenisen, '59; Thomas McDaniel, '61;
Richard E. Meyer, '61; Julius'Otten, '61;,
Wallace Sagendorph, '61; 'Richard'
Schwager, '61; Robert -Trepp, '61; Rob-
ert Wadldell, '61.
KAPPA SIGMA'
Gordon P. Clark, '61; Peter M.rCook,
'62A&D; Robert 0. Davidson, '60; 1tich-_
ard Marsh, ''61; Richard Maskell,
'59A&D; Wayne Muller, '59BAd.; James
C. Scott, '59E; Dan Sperry, ,'6lPhi; John'
Wilhelm, '60; Robert Wilson. '61E.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
John Bohan, '61; Hubert Brockmann,
'60; William Decker, '61; John. Ever-
hardus, '61; James Farina, '61; Douglas
Gadowski, '61; Richard Hannapel, '61;'
Richard Johnson, '61; Thomas Kress,
'61; Peter McLeod, '61; 'Fredric Merrill,'
'59; James E. Miller, '61; Dennis :Sher-,
meta, '61; Peter D, Smiith, ,'60; Arnold
Straka, Jr., '61;. Daniel Terry, '61; Bill
Warnock, '61; William Watson, '61;
John Winter, '61.
PHI DELTA THETA
Philip Barger, '61E; Alejandre Gaxi-
ola, '61; Michael Kkekas, '59BAd.; Rich-
ard Hanley, .'59Ed.*, Hugh Hoke, '59;
Richard L. Jackson, '60E; Robert
James; 'ISM; Jerry L eith, '59; Fred-
erick Ludwig, '61; John McFarland,
'60; Barry Marshall, '61; Richard Nagel;

aer, '61; James Barden, '61E;
te, '60E; Peter _. -^'s, '61;
;utts, '61E; Fibber,,. .jnlap,
Eckrich. '61; William Eger,
as Gray, '61; Garvasse Jack,
yard Jainski, '60; Gerald La
;; Charles Main, '60; Bruce
'61; J. Lary Peters, '60; Dale
"61E; Gary Ruxpert,. '59E;
anke, '61E; Marvin Ditsch, "
CHI PSI
i'61; Richard Dunwell, '61E;
rube, '61; Richard G. Kane,
Arm J. Lee, '60; Bruce Mac-
1; .David M. Martin, '60;
adan, '61; Price Watts, '61E;

'61; William Orwig, '61; John Petting-
er, '61,
I. PHI EPSILON PI
Allyan Abrams, '61; Paul Berman, '61;
Eugene Davidson, '61;. Eugene Dul~off,
'59; Robert Fleischman, Jr., '61; Wil-
liam Friedman, '61; Bailey Hutman,
'61E; Jeffrey Karzen, '61; Paul 'Leeds,
'61; James F. Miller, '61; Irwin Nopara-
tak, '61E; Gary Roggin, '61; Mark Said-
man, '60; Robert Schaye,' Jr., '61; Ir-
win 'Shaw, 'TlE; Martin Wishnev, '59;
Michael Woolf, '61.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Charles J. Andrews, 'TOE; James Bur-
tis, Jr., '59NR; Frederick Giordano, '60;
Gerry Goldberg, '60; Donald Hannah,
'61; Stephen Hunter, '61; Jon Melker-
son, '61; Richard Miller, '61E; Adrian
Palmer, '61E; Clarence Peterson, '59;
Robert P'etrie, '61K; John Pollins, '61;
Evans Pryor~, '60; Gregg Stover, 16lE;
Lloyd 'Straffon, '160; Richard Vogt, '6lE;
Evans Webb, '61E; Walter Wilkie, '61E;
Harry Wilson, TI1E; Joseph Winder, '61.
PHIl'KAPPA PSI
James Book, '62A&D; Richard Cabot,
'61; Richard Chamberlin, '61; William
B. Cox, 160E; Allen Crossman, '6lE;
Kenneth Erickson, '61; Lawrence Lu-
oma, '61; Joseph Marrow, '62A&D; Wil-
1am Quinlan,,'61; Cameron Ross, '61;.
William. 0. Shaw, ,'61; Shephen Sherer,,
'61A&D; Raymond Todd, '61K.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Jerry Quigg, '61; David Ruhala, '61;
Richard, Sayad, '59E.
PHI. KAPPA TAU
Edward Faust, '60A&D; Larry La-
cock, '61E; David Reinke, '61; Charles
Unseld, ' oE,
lHI SIGMA DELTA
Arnold Ager, '60; Donald Castleman,
'61; Walter Dishell, '61; Dennis Du-
brow, '61; Henry Ekker, '61; Stephen
Feldstein, '161; Earl Gassenheimer, '61E;
.Michael Gordon, '61; Lawrence Klein,:
'61; Harvey Kulber, '61; Steven Leigh-
ton, '61E; LewisSchusterman, '61; Marc
Silber, '61;' Michael B. Small, '61; Mi-
chael Spitzer, '61lE; Stephen'Ziff, :61E.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Norman Anderson, OGE;' Bryan Betz,
'59E; William Mason, '61; Thomas Reed,
'61; Clarence Spaulding, '60E; Stephan
Wolske, '61; Robert Wood,, '61; James
Flanagan, '60.
PI LAMBDA PHI
t~oward Abrams, '61; Paul Cohen, '60;
Stephen Crane, '61; MyriI Kaplan, '60E;
Robert Pincus, '61; Lawrence Tonkin,
'60; Jeff Weiss, '61; Kenneth Zegart, '61.
PSI UPSILON
Anthony Barnard, -'61; Michael Cal-
lahan, '61E; Charles Channing, '60;
Richard Henderson, '61E; James Jer-
ome, .'61K; Richard LaBotz, '61A&D;
Richard Lenz, ,"61; Thomas :McKeown,
'61; James Russell, 61E; John Scherer,
'6IE, Douglas Spence, '61E; Robert Van
Peenan, '61E; Tymon Totte, '61; Wil-
liam Yart, '61.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
James Allen, '6lNR; Lawrence 'Burks,
'59BAd; George Gabel, "61E; Kenneth
Hardy, 161; Jon Krueger, TO0E; Thomas
Langius, ' 6lE; David Onofrio, '61E; Paul
Poulos, '60; Michael Retterman, '61;
John Robson, '60E; John Tidwell, '61lE;
.:Philip Warren, '61; Ron~ald Willis, '61E.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Edward Abramns, '61; Terry Diainond,
'61; Phillip Fisher, -'61; Daniel Gold-
smith, '59;' Michael Harmanoff, '61;
Bruce Lanard, '61; Stuart Levinson, '61;
Harry' Newman] '6lEd, Al 'n Pearlmnan,
'60; Robert Radway. 61;' Steven
Schwartz, '61; Roger Seasonwein, '61;
Ronald Siegal, '61; John Simon, '61;
Lawrence Soloman, '61;' Lewis Spell-
man, "61E; Alfred Tobacman, '60A&D;
Richard' Ugoretz, '60; Robert Vollin, '61.
SIGMA CHI
James Agnew, '61; Stephen Alamo,
'61; Charles Andrews, '61; James Blaker,

'61; Lee Boysel, 161E; Joseph Brisson,
11'61E; John Drammis, '61; Richard
Fronczak, '61; James ry, '61; William
Ganter, '1E; Stuart Gray, T6IE; Thom-
as Kaser, '61; James Kissom, '61; Peter
Kruse, '61; Bart Hazeton, '61; Tim
Heinle,. '61; John McGuire, '61; Rich-
ard Robine, '61E; Frederick Schmeling,
'61; Lee Setz, TI1E; William Swonfurth
'61, Jonathon Trost, '6,.
SIGMA NU
H. Frederick Bork, '59; Richard Bro-
sio, '59; Reid Bushong, 'l~d.; Jerry
Hear, '61; Michael Hoyles, '60; Law-
renice LeGros, '61; Roger °Meyer, 61;
William O'Brien, '61; Frederick Otto,
'61E; Lou Piotrowski, '59; Douglas
Read, '61; aGeral dRoosa) '61; James
Schwalbert, '61E; William Sikkenga,
'61; Jerald Tranzow, '60; Francis Wal-
czak, '59; Douglas Wonderlic, '60.
SIGMA PHI
14Petr, Lit, 61; Robert Nyland, '61;
John F. Richards, 61; Frederick See-
wal, '612; Michael Townsend, '60.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
John Couck, 161E; Lawrence Donald-
son, '61; Gerald Dube, '61; James Ful-
ler,' '61; Frederick;, S. Hall, '61; Roger
Hard, '61; William Heaphy, '61; Jack
Heck, '60E; Richard Killen, '59; James
Lambert, '59; William Roman, '60;
Karl Sebastian, '62; John Segner, '9;
Jack F. Smith, '61E; Milton C. Smith,
'61; John Irsu, '61; David Van Every,
'6; Walter Vissotski, '61; Franklin Wil-
son, '61; Andrew Woofter, '61.
TAU DELTA PHI
Michael Berliner, '60; Victor Cohan,
'60; Ronald D. Cohn, '6; Barry Fein-
berg, '61; Henry Gusky, '61; Sidney
Jackson, '60; Miche Natelson, '61K;
Hal Randelman, 60; Melvin Rosen, '61;
Gilbert Rotchild, 61; Melvin Schit-
tel, '61; Richard Seifman, 61; Lednard
Shulman, 60; Allen Sinai, '61: 'Howard
S. Stein, 61; Lawrence Wexler, '60.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Joseph Albert, 'S9NR; Richard Almy,
'60; John Besancon, '61; David Bd-
dy, '62A&D; Ralph. Green, '60; Roger
Honkanen, '60, Harry :uffaker, '61;
IDavid C. Jones, 60; Richard Mertz, 61;
Glen Russell, 61; Dale Sawyer, '60;
Edwin Sibley, '60.
THETA CH
John Applin, '61; Donald Carmi-
chael, 61; .Frank Ewert, '60; Johi
Foxwell, '60; Richard Hays, '61; John
Lesniak, 60A&D; David Roe, '59; Wil-
liam Rude, '6Ed.; Kenneth Sulek, '61.
THETA DELTA CHI
Jack Alvers, 161; Stanley Bliss, 59;
Rodney Coates, '61; Peter Faber, '61t;
Jacob Frego, '9BAd; William W.'
Green, '60; Larry Hildebrandt '61; Sal-
,yadore Marsh, '60; Frederick Oberin,
'60; Jack Seeley, '9BAd; Norbert Weg-
ersyn, '61; Judd Zandstra, '61K,
THETA XI
Thomas Bloom, '61; Jack Busselle,
'60; Thomas Berkey, '60; Joseph Dras-
ler, '60; John Fick, '60K: Dwight
Hecht, '60; Charles Hescheles, '60;
Roger Levy, '6O~d; James Maurer, '61K;
James Maxwell, 59; Gerald Montgom-
ery, '61; James Peard, '61; William
Sinclair, '61; Jerome M. Smith,
'6OBAd; Gene Steiger, '61K; Paul Stoes-
set, '61.
TRIANGLE
Edward D iek in son, '59; James
Strethmann, '59.
TRIGON
James Osborn, '61E.
ZETA BETA TAU.Y
Robert Brd, '61; Karl Ecker, 61;
Martin Goodman '61; Stephen Haas,
'61; Marvin Hermna, '61; James Hill-
man, '61; Harley Kripke, '61; Richard
Kushen, 61; Donald Linkr, 61; Law-
rence May, '61; Benjamin Rosenbaum,
'61; John Ross '61; Richard Sideman,
'61; Nicholas Vick, 61; Richard Wyatt,
'61.
-ZETA PSI
David L. Beach. '60; Frederick Cros.
by, '60; James Curtis, 'T0; Russeli
pesmellk, '60; Arthur deVaux, 161;
William Hettrick, 61M; John P. Morse,
'61SM; Edmund Olbrich, '61; John P.
Palmer, '61; Thomas Ridgway, ,'60;
Thomas Rogers, '61; Fred Stork,
'59B3Ad; Gerald Urquhart, '62; Dwight
Watkins, '61; Joseph Yaney, '61.
Experts,,,Hold
Finance Talks;

M usket. Sti IIpn t ll
-McRitchie
All positions in the 1957 Mus-
ket Show "Kiss Me Kate" are still
'open,, according to Bruce Mc-
Ritchie, °59, publicity chairman of
Musket.
Interested students may call' or
come to the Musket, offices in the
inion if they wish to sign up.
"We realize that many students
were unable to attend the mass
meeting last night because of the
weather or the Asian flue'- Mc-
Ritchid said.

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SRC Studies
Labor Attitude
A change in attitude on the
part .,f new foremen and stew-
ards 'is relatively impermanent,
the University's Survey Research
Center has found."I
The findings are _part of an
SR~C report issued after a three-
year study in a medium-sized °ap-i
pliance manufacturing firm.
The Center explained that upon
promotion to foreman, a worker~
must relinquish his union mem-
bership, whereas a steward re-
mains a union member, as well
as' an emiployee. His loyalties,
therefore, tend to be split between
the two organizations.

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