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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-09-17 17:29:05

1972 Summer - To Dragma

Vol. LIX, No. IV




AON Kaleidoscope

The story of an international
collegiate organization founded
more than 75 years ago for the
foremost purpose of encouraging
a spirit of fraternity and love
among its members, maintaining
at all times standards of integrity,
dignity, scholarship, college in-
volvement and encouraging the
individuality of all its members.

The Alpha Omicron Pi expe-
rience is a series of changing
phases and events evolving into a
lifetime of positive action and
sisterhood for each member.

The colorful, panoramic ad-
venture includes:

possessing dependable, loving friends

sharing moments together

having your own group with whom you can identify

experiencing a variety of sorority and campus-wide social activities

Alpha 0micron Pi,

the memory-maker

Pearls and rubies. from the moment you decide to wear this
Red roses and candleglow. badge

The friendly guidance and love of older sisters as you embark on
your collegiate career. The knowledge that you have the support of a
whole group in all your endeavors.

Individuals to whom you may turn for quiet solace or a meaningful
tete a tete.

An opportunity to develop your individuality by involvement and
participation in chapter, campus and community activities. Getting to
know and identifying with a large group of girls.

The formation of lifetime friendships. An experience in sharing,
growing and learning together.

A place to call home while you're in college with girls who really
care about you.

developing your individuality you'll be thinking about and doing for others
getting to know campus personalities

entering into activities and accepting honors promoting AOII's philanthropy

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It All Began More Than Three-Quarters
Of a Century Ago With Four Founders

Barnard College of Columbia University was the scene J a n . 2, 1877, of the founding of Alpha Omicron Pi Stella
by the four young ladies seen above. All glory to their names: Jessie Wallace Hughan, Elizabeth Heywood Wyman,
George Stern Perry and Helen St. Clair Mullan. Courageously independent in their thinking, discriminating in their
choice of objectives, logical in developing their ideas, and they were energetic in making them work.

Alunnnae Advisors

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Central Office

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Like the ever-growing circles A far-sighted administration rapport is maintained between
set in motion by a single pebble headed by a battery of interna- individual chapters.
cast into a pool, this same wisdom tional executives are constantly
and foresight established a fra- attune to current changes and In 1905 A O I I was the 12th
ternity now comprised of more trends. fraternity to join National Pan-
than 50,000 women in 97 colle- hellenic Conference. Now 26
giate and 200 alumnae chapters Through an intricate, but effec- women's fraternities of national
in the United States and Canada. tive chain of command, ranging and international scope comprise
from international standing com- this organization.
mittee chairmen to regional and
local officers regular, effective

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AlphaOmicron Pi

Summer, 1972 Vol. LIX, No. IV

published since January 1905 by

ALPHA OMICRON PI Fraternity, Inc.

Founded at Barnard College, January 2, 1897

Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office SPECIAL NOTICE
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Florida, has been selected as the site of Alpha
TO D R A G M A is published by Alpha Omicron Pi's 50th International Convention.
Omicron Pi Fraternity with headquar-
ters at Suite 109, 3000 Meadows Park- June 17-22 are the dates of this gala occasion
way, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205, Second when AOII's 75th anniversary will be celebrated.
Class Postage paid at Indianapolis, In- Theme of the event, fittingly, is:
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Send 3579 to above address. Fraternally Yours
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Our C o v e r Girl is Charlene Sonderman from Lake Zurich, III., who put it all together at Illinois Wesleyan University and made the important de-
cision to become an A O I I . Exceptionally outstanding in affairs on her campus, she most recently won honors for herself and her chapter, Beta
Lambda, by serving as Homecoming Chairman.

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Epsilon lota Chapter Is Installed
At Eastern Illinois, Charleston

By Josephine Sellett Soon their number had grown to Warren J . Wilhelm, associate dean
Feb. 12, 1972, Epsilon Iota Col- 28 members who unanimously and coordinator of student activities,
ony of Alpha Omicron Pi became agreed to petition Alpha Omicron and Mrs. Wilhelm.
Epsilon Iota Chapter at Eastern Illi- Pi Sorority. April 15, 1971, these
nois University in Charleston. women were recognized officially as Present for the occasion were rep-
a colony. resentatives from Iota, Sigma Iota
Fern Robinson Kallevang (Mrs. and Gamma Iota Chapters.
Charles H), immediate past Inter- Theme of the banquet was the
national President, conducted the Rose of A O I I with Gwen Lee, Jo- Mrs. Jacob Beerkowitz, general
installation at the university's Booth anne Zolomij (Mrs. Robert E A ) , installation chairman, Mrs. Edward
Library. She was assisted by Gwen Region I V Director; Judy Riggs Ebert and Mrs. Richard Ballard
E . Lee (Mrs. William D. P), Region (Mrs. Robert K A ) , Iota Chapter were in charge of banquet arrange-
I V Vice President. adviser; Louise Silavan, Iota Chap- ments.
ter president, and Mrs. Kallevang
Twenty-seven girls were initiated speaking on various aspects of the The Fox Ridge Room, University
into A O I I . The ceremonies were flower in relation to the sorority. Union, was the scene Sunday, Feb.
followed by a traditional Rose Ban- 13, of a reception for parents and
quet at the Holiday Inn in Mattoon, Epsilon Iota Chapter's adviser, friends of the chapter and the uni-
111. Mrs. Michael Goodrich, made the versity.
presentation of special gifts and
This occasion climaxed almost a read messages of greeting. Arrangements chairman was Mrs.
year of events set in motion when Michael Plunkett, who was assisted
four young women of the Eastern Speakers also included Patricia by Mrs. Michael Goodrich, Mrs.
Illinois campus, Patricia Ryan, Janet Ryan, colony president, and Glenna Robert Carlisle, Mrs. Gary Gueld-
Michelich, Carol Buck and Patricia Magee, chapter president. ner, Mrs. Robert Hickman, Miss
Patrick, organized for the purposes Josephine Sellett, Mrs. Earl Strodt-
of stressing friendship and individu- Special guests were Dr. Gilbert beck, Mrs. John Teators and Mrs.
ality. Fite, president of Eastern Illinois Robert Waddell, Epsilon Iota Cor-
University and Mrs. Fite, and Dr. porate advisers.


Members of A O I I ' s new chapter, Epsilon lota at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, pose for an official installation picture at the Rose
Banquet Feb. 12.

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Epsilon lota Chapter's four founders ere seen at the Rose Banquet. They are Janet Michelich Newly installed collegiate officers
and Patricia Ryan, seated, left and right, and Patricia Patrick and Carol Buck, standing. were: Miss Magee, president; Bar-
bara Davis, vice president; Brenda
Epb'ng, corresponding secretary;
and Ellen Ebert, treasurer. Miss
Ebert is the third generation of her
family to be a member of Alpha
Omicron Pi. Her grandmother, Mrs.
Frederic Ebert was a founder of
Iota Chapter, University of Illinois,
in 1911, and her mother, Mrs. E d -
ward Ebert was an A O I I at the
University of Illinois in the '40s.

Other collegiate charter members
of Epsilon Iota Chapter are: Dixie
Alms, Suzanne Boyle, Patricia
Brown, Carol Buck, Sharon Davis,
Nancy Depcik, Lynette Doty, Lind-
say Grace, Leann Guengerich, G i -
oconda Gutierrez.

Patricia Hinzy, Debra Kushner,
Pamela Lee, Janis Mattson, Elen
Mitrius, Barbara Paaske, Patricia

Renee Potter, Betty Ring, Janie
Ruck, Janiece Ruck, Rene Soucek
and pledge, Janet Michelich. Colony
president, Patricia Ryan, was initi-
ated and installed as an active mem-
ber April 24, 1971.

Delta Chi



Congratulations to Delta Chi
Chapter installed Saturday, May 6,
at the University of Delaware, New-
ark, Dela.

Installing officer was Interna-
tional President Eleanore Dietrich
MacCurdy I A , assisted by Region I
Vice President Joan Deathe Mac-
Callum, K * .

Three generations in A O I I were represented by the Ebert family at installation festivities. Miss When Is A Letter
Ellen Ebert, standing left, is treasurer of the new Epsilon lota C h a p t e r . H e r mother, Mrs. Edward More Than A
Ebert, standing right, was a member of lota C h a p t e r , University of Illinois, in the '40s. Seated is Letter?
Mrs. Frederic Ebert, Ellen's grandmother, who was one of the founders of lota C h a p t e r in 1911.
When you embellish the envelope
To Dragma of ALPHA OMICRON PI—SUMMER of 1972 with beautiful red and gold D J F
Stamps for the benefit of AOII's
scholarship program.

Use these stamps lavishly and pay
for them by sending your contribu-
tions to Miss Helen Haller, 904
Kendall Ave., South Pasadena, C A


1972-73 Collegiate Rush Information

Chapter President—School and Home Address ALABAMA Rush Chairman Rush Dates
Alpha Delta Mary Jane Erb, PO Box 2407, U of A L Adviser
U. of Alabama University, A L 35486 Mrs. J. Riggs Stephenson (Alma) Debra Jane Fikes, P.O. Box 2407 Aug. 24-28
Delta Delta 491 Heron Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15237 917 Indian Hills Dr. U of A L , University, A L 35486
Auburn Univ. Audrey Jean Howard, c/o Dorm C, A O H Tuscaloosa, A L 35401 PO Box 284, Hamilton, A L 35570
Gamma Delta Auburn Univ., Auburn, A L 36830
U . of Southern A L 719 S. Gay St., Auburn, A L 36830 Mrs. K. R. Odom (Betty) Deborah Winston Jackson, Dorm C, Sept. 11-17
Tail Delta Linda Diane Spinks 2601 Stell St. A O I I , Auburn Univ., Auburn, A L 36830
Birmingham-Southern 709 Montclaire Way Opelika, A L 36801 2304 Empire Rd., Birmingham, A L 35226
College Mobile, A L 36609 Mrs. R. W. Self (Dale)
Angela Lynne Langstaff, Box A-56 BSC 5759 St. Gallen Angela Carol Pierce Sept. 17-19
Theta Omega Birmingham, A L 35204 Mobile, A L 36608 144 Baratara Dr. Oct. 4-14
Northern Arizona U. 6001 Andover Dr., Nashville, T N 37215 Mrs. Thomas Gibbs (Jane) Chickasaw, A L 36611
Upsilon Alpha 1217 Greensboro Rd.
U. of Arizona Birmingham, A L 35208 Patricia Elizabeth Moodie, Sept. 1-7
Box A-56 BSC, Birmingham, A L 35204
Sigma Omicron 3300 Burning Tree Dr.,
Arkansas State U . Birmingham, A L 35226

Kappa Theta Kathryn Ann Jensen, Box 7617 ARIZONA Lois Elaine Ashley, Box 7617, College Aug. 30-Sept. 4
U. of California College Union-NAU, Flagstaff, A Z 86001 Mrs. Douglas Kadel (Virginia) Union-NAU, Flagstaff, A Z 86001 Sept. 2-7
at Los Angeles 9109 W. 106th St., Overland Park, KS 66S Campus Heights 1786 Vine, El Centra, CA 92243
Lambda Beta 66212 Flagstaff, A Z 86001 Mary Jane Waldher, 1731 E. 2nd St.
California State Ann Olivia Hubbert, 1731 E. 2nd St. Tucson, A Z 85719
at Long Beach Tucson, A Z 85719 Mrs. Daniel Campbell (Sharon) 1401 Day Rd„ Tucson, A Z 85715
Sigma 3615 Ave. " I , " Kearney, NB 68847 4426 E. LaJolla Circle
U. of California Tucson, AZ 85711 Meredith Lynette Walker, Box 928 Sept. 2-12
at Berkeley Patricia Anne Tull, Box 928, ASU ASU, State University, AR 72467
Sigma Phi State University, AR 72467 ARKANSAS 2014 S. Maple, Stuttgart, AR 72160
San Fernando Valley 201 E. 17th St., Stuttgart, AR 72160 Mrs. Jo Clay Young (Nancy)
state College 1215 Country Club Terrace Ann Crawford, 894 Hilgard Ave. Open
Susan Marie Covello, 894 Hilgard Ave. Jonesboro, AR 72401 Los Angeles, CA 90024
Chi Delta Los Angeles, CA 90024 2894 Fidler Ave., Long Beach CA 90815
U . of Colorado 508 Brightwood St., Monterey Park, CA CALIFORNIA -
91754 Miss Sheryl Young Barbara Jo Adamson, 210 W. Temple St. Sept. 12-16
Alpha Pi Candy Dawn Evans, 210 W. Temple St. 11104 Aqua Vista #2 Long Beach, CA 90803
Florida State U . Long Beach, CA 90803 N . Hollywood, CA 91602 4582 El Rancho Verde, LaPalma,
Gamma Omicron 1541 Palais, Anaheim, CA 92802 CA 90620
U. of Florida Mrs. Philip Slep (Mildred)
Kappa Gamma Golden West Estates, 15321 Vermont Sept. 24-30
Florida-Southern St., Westminster, CA 92683
Christine Louise Hamilton Mrs. Thomas Thompson (Joanne)
Gamma Sigma 2311 Prospect St., Berkeley, CA 94704 312 Camino Sobrante
Georgia State U . 895 Madrone Ln., Patterson, CA 95363 Orinda, CA 94563

Lambda Chi Carolyn Elizabeth Baker Miss Linda Rogers Deborah Ann Barron, 19217 Sept. 19-26
LaGrange College 12917 Community St., Northridge, CA 12218 Sarazen PI. Community St., Northridge, CA 91324 Sept. 26-
91324 Granada Hills, CA 91344 9334 Crebs Ave., Northridge, CA 91324 Dec. 17
Lambda Sigma 17415 Hemmingway, Northridge, CA 91324
U . of Georgia
Lynda Jean Brown, 1015 15th St. COLORADO Mary Jane Pettigrew, 1015 15th St. Sept. 1-12
Beta Sigma Boulder, CO 80302 Mrs. Charles Bailey (Julie) Boulder, CO 80302
Boise State College 407 Springs Dr., Columbus, OH 43214 12185 Albrook Dr. Olathe, CO 81425
lota Alpha Denver, CO 80239
Idaho State U .
Donna Marie Verso, 123 N . Copeland FLORIDA Elaine Marian Guagliardo Sept. 21-Oct. 3
100 Tallahassee, F L 32304 Mrs. Dana Ackley (Andrea) 123 N . Copeland, Tallahassee. F L 32304 Sept. 18-Oct. 6
271 SW 62nd Terr., Plantation, F L 33314 1201 Hutchinson St. 158 W. Davis Blvd., Tampa, F L 33603
Tallahassee, FL 32301 Carol Louise Gossman, 317 Weaver
Hall, U of FL, Gainesville, F L 32601
Joyce Anne Conway, 819 W. Panhellenic Mrs. William Huitt (Marsha) 311 NW 19th St., Homestead, F L 33030
Gainesville, FL 32601 706 SW 16lh Ave., Apt. 112
3596 Lighthouse Dr. Gainesville, FL 32601
Palm Beach Gardens, F L 33404

Nancy Faith Ireland, Box 316 FSC Mrs. Edward Maasen (Jill) Marsha Lynn Swem, Box 316 FSC Sept. 13-19
Lakeland, FL 33802 601 McRory Lakeland, FL 33802
6363 Tintern Cir. E., Jacksonville, F L Lakeland, FL 33802 710 SE 8th Ct., Delray Beach, F L 33444


Mary Lynn Marchman, 33 Gilmer St. SE Miss Gayle Thompson Patricia Elayne Martinell Sept. 12-17
AOII-PO Box 540, Atlanta, GA 30303 4329 N . Shallowford Rd. 33 Gilmer St. SE, AOII-PO Box 540, Sept. 24-Oct 3
5152 Martindale Ln., Stone Mountain, GA Chamblee, GA 30005 Atlanta, GA 30303 Sept. 20-29
30083 15 Habersham Rd. NE B-15,
Atlanta, GA 30305
Susan Brinkman McDaris, Box 525 Miss Mary R. Reese Jamie Calhoun Ward
LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA 30240 97 Peachtree Park Dr. NE, Apt. 0-7 Box 525, LaGrange College
280 Poole Ave., Jasper, GA 30143 Atlanta, GA 30309 LaGrange, GA 30240
128 Tanglewylde Dr.
Elizabeth Ellen Shook, 1190 S. Milledge Mrs. Richard A . Joiner Spartanburg, SC 29301
Ave.. Athens, GA 30601 130 Bar H Circle Barbara June Henderson, 1190 S.
176 E. Parkwood Rd., Decatur, GA 30030 Athens, GA 30601 Milledge Ave., Athens, GA 30601
6185 Riverwood, Atlanta, GA 30328
Kay N . Larson, 1003 Vermont IDAHO
Boise, I D 83706 Miss Nadine Yingst Colleen Anne Rawlins Aug. 25-27
2015 Warm Springs Ave., Boise, I D 83702 300 S. Straughan #804 1003 Vermont, Boise, I D 83706 Aug. 28-Sept. 1
Georgia Kay Johnson, 616 Turner House Boise, I D 83702 918 N . 16th, Boise, I D 83702 Jan. 24-Feb. 7
Pocatello, ID 83201 Mary Lu Hatfield
Rt. 1, Melba, I D 83641 Mrs. Robert Enwall (Mary) 616 Turner House, Pocatello, I D 83201
395 Pershing #7 2151 Hillcrest Way, Carmichael,
Pocatello, I D 83201 CA 95608

To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON PI—SUMMER of 1972

Chapter President—School and Home Address ILLINOIS Rush Chairman Rush Dates

Beta Lambda Gail Louise Zuhn, 1314 N . Fell Ave. Mrs. Robert E. Williams (Mary) Judith Ann Brockway, 1314 N . Fell Sept. 9-14
Illinois Wesleyan U . Bloomington, I L 61701 1112 Elmwood Rd. Ave., Bloomington, I L 61701
Epsllon Iota 6525 Linden Dr., Oak Forest, I L 60452 Bloomington, I L 61701 835 E. Maple St., Hoopeston, I L 60942
Eastern Illinois U . Glenna Jean Magee, 2716 S. 4th St. Mrs. Michael Goodrich (Suzanne)
Gamma Iota Charleston, I L 61920 1712 McComb St. Janie Jo & Janiece Carlisle Ruck Fall
Southern Illinois U . 218 Notre Dame Ave., Joliet, I L 60436 Charleston, I L 61920 2716 S. 4th St., Charleston, I L 61920
Iota Gail Marie Gilmore, 109 Small Group Miss Carol Cooper 4714 N . Benedict, Chillicothe, I L 61523
U. of Illinois Housing SIU, Carbondale, I L 62901 Women's Phys. Ed. Dept. SIU
Nu Iota 1011 Charles, Pekin, I L 61554 704 Taylor Dr., Carbondale, I L 62901 Christine Bauer, 109 Small Group Sept 28-Oct. 1
Northern Illinois U . Housing SIU, Carbondale, I L 62901
Rho 8456 E. Montebello, Scottsdale,
Northwestern U . A Z 85253
Sigma Iota
Western Illinois U . Louise Debra Silavin, 706 S. Mathews Mrs. Robert Riggs (Judy) Camille Stallings Sept. 26
Urbana,IL 61801 501 Windsor 706 S. Mathews, Urbana, I L 61801 Oct. 3, 16 & 17
Beta Phi 8907 Olcott Ave., Morton Grove, I L 60053 Champaign, I L 61820 1005 N . 9th St., Marshall, I L 62441
Indiana U .
Chi Lambda Debra Sue Sales, 920 Hillcrest, Mrs. Judi Sloan Nancy Jean Rocho Sept. 18-26
U . of Evansville DeKalb, I L 60115 702 E. Algonquin Rd., Apt. 208 920 Hillcrest, DeKalb, I L 60115
Kappa Alpha 2201 Adams, Rolling Meadows, I L 60008 Arlington Heights, IL 60005 5644 Redwood Dr., Chicago, I L 60631
Indiana State U .
Kappa Kappa Mary Beth Smith, 626 Emerson St. Mrs. Carl Shulz, Jr. (Ingrid) Diane Christine Sahadi Sept. 24-Oct. 10
Ball State U. Evanston, I L 60201 1624 Forest 626 Emerson St., Evanston, I L 60201
Phi Omicron 351 Brightwood Dr., Marion, OH 43302 Wilmette, I L 60091 137 87th St., Brooklyn, NY 11209
Hanover College
Phi Lpsilon Katherine Jo Krebs, 1545 Riverview Dr. Mrs. James Conley (June) Cynthia Lynne Chapman Oct 9-15
Purdue U . Macomb. I L 61455 152 Penny Ln. 1545 Riverview Dr., Macomb, I L 61455
Theta 981 S. Grandview, Lake Forest, I L 60045 Macomb, I L 61455 989 W. Armor Cir., Lake Forest, I L 60045
DePauw U .
Lynann Mary Ganz, 901 E . 10th St. INDIANA Linda Marie Gibson Jan. 12-16
Alpha Theta Bloomington, I N 47401 Mrs. Arthur Anderson (Edith) 901 E. 10th St., Bloomington, I N 47401
Coe College 3251 Ripley St., East Gary, I N 46405 836 S. Henderson 1604 Edgewood Dr., Anderson, I N 46011
Iota Sigma Bloomington. I N 47401
Iowa State U .
Theta C U Marcia Modest Raeber, 400 S. Rotherwood Miss Antoinette Reitz Janet Kay Buesking Sept. 17-22
Morningside College Ave., Moore Hall A O I I Suite, S21 Runnymeade Ave. 4617 Taylor Ave., Evansville, I N 47715
Evansville, I N 47714 Evansville, I N 47714
Alpha Chi 2901 E. Mulberry, Evansville, I N 47714
Western Kentucky U .
Mary K. Petrusiw, 122 Lincoln Quad ISU Mrs. Paul Gibbons (Jo Ann) Katherine M . Mitchell, 122 Lincoln Sept.12-Nov.21
Beta Chi Terre Haute, I N 47809 35 Gardendale Rd. Quad, ISU, Terre Haute, I N 47809
Kentucky Wesleyan 706 Benjamin St., Elrnira, N Y 14001 Terre Haute, I N 47803 1605 Weller Ave., LaPorte, I N 46350 Oct. 9-Dec. 3
College Kimberlev Jo Berry, Box 219 Dec. 3-Jan. 19
Delta Omega Rita Ann Dale, Box 219, Student Center Mrs. William Huber (Mary) Student Center, Muncie, I N 47306 Sept. 21-24
Murray State U . Muncie, I N 47306 2000 W. Jackson St. 300 Calvin Blvd., Seymour, I N 47274 Jan.
Omega X i Rt. 1, N . Manchester, I N 46962 Muncie, I N 47306 Mary S. Carter, A O I I House,
Morehead State U . Hanover College, Hanover, I N 47243
Ellen L. Dryden, A O I I House, Hanover Mrs. Fred Mullett (Thelma) 855 W. Main St., Danville, I N 46122
Alpha Omicron College, Hanover, I N 47243 Box 73
Louisiana State U . 5835 N . Tacoma Ave., Indianapolis, I N Hanover, I N 47243
Delta Beta
U . of Southwestern Margaret GiaQuinta, 1001 David Ross Rd. Mrs. Thomas Redmon (Lynn) Patricia G. High, 1001 David Ross Rd., Oct. 16.17,
Louisiana Lafayette, I N 47906 1709 Carlsbad Dr. Lafayette, I N 47906 23, & 24
Kappa Tan Pwymbrooke Ln., Ft. Wayne, I N 47807 Lafayette. I N 47905 Mt. Parnassus, Granville, OH 43023 Nov. 1-29
Southeastern L A U . Feb.

Vicki K. Sturm, 225 S. Bloomington St., Mrs. James Johnson (Martha) Mary M . Underwood, 225 S. Feb. 4-22
Greencastle, I N 46135 314 Highfall Bloomington St., Greencastle, I N 46135
805 Nowlin Ave., Lawrenceburg, I N 47025 Greencastle, I N 46135 1214 Las O Las, Miamisburg, OH 45342

Pamela S. Gregory, Box 187, Gage -IOWA- Anne L. Tomson Sept. 20-27
Memorial Union, Coe College, Cedar Mrs. Sue Schmidt Box 187, Gage Memorial Union,
Rapids, IA 52402 RR 1 Coe College, Cedar Rapids, I A 52402
4S12 Carpenter, DesMoines, I A 50311 Iowa City, I A 52240 2813 Fairhaven Rd., Davenport, I A 52803
Kim A. Powell, 2007 Greeley, Ames, I A
50010 Mrs. Leon F. Charity (Maxine) Susan J. Met* Aug. 26-Sept. 2
504 Green St., Traer, I A 50675 R.R. 4 2007 Greeley, Ames, I A 50010 Sept. 5-8
Debra D . Readling, 3301 Laurel Ave., Ames. I A 50010 225 W. 2nd St, Momence, I L 60954
Sioux City, I A 51106 Miss Pat Mahoney Janet L. Yockey
1404 Vandenberg Cir., Sergeant Bluff, I A 2935 Park Ave., A p t 15-B 3301 Laurel Ave., Sioux City, I A 51106
51054 Sioux City, I A 51104 3110 Virginia St., Sioux City, I A 51104

Susan L. Tassie, Box 332, Gilbert Hall -KENTUCKY Janice L. Cassady, 849 Hampton Rd., Aug. 16-20
W K U , College Hgts., PO Bowling Green, Mrs. Neil Allen (Rachel) Bowling Green, K Y 42101
K Y 42101 459 Brentmoor
4011 Laurelwood Ave., Louisville, K Y Bowling Green, K Y 42101 Donna C. Himes, 310 Peeples Dorm, Sept. 19-Oct. 1
40220 KWC. Owensboro, K Y 42301 Aug. 23-28
S. Gale Kirkwood, 310 Peeples Dorm Mrs. Gaylia H . Peyton 1721 W. 1st St., Owensboro, K Y 42301 Aug. 23-28
KWC, Owensboro. K Y 42301 217 E. 22nd St. Ginna B. Lawrence
922 Bell Dr., Madisonville, K Y 42431 Owensboro. K Y 42301 Box 813 Regents Hall
Cynthia L. Alexander, 1320 Wells St., Mrs. Kenneth Harrell (Ellen) MSU Murray, KY 42071
Murray, K Y 42071 Box 1026, University Station Rt. 7 Benton, K Y 42025
Murray, K Y 42071 Glenda M . Bowling
Box 1284 UPO, Morehead State
Cheri Leviere, Box 1284 UPO Mrs. Charles Thompson (Betty)
Morehead State U , Morehead, K Y 40351 350 E. Second St. University
515 3rd St., Waveriy, OH 45690 Morehead, K Y 40351 Morehead, Ky 40351
Rt. # 2 Greenup, K Y 41144

Pennie C. Magee, Box 16990-A, LSU LOUISIANA Jane C. Pittman Aug. 20-23
University Station, Baton Rouge, L A Mrs. Jack A . Weisenthal (Ellen) Box 16990-A, LSU, University Station,
70803 12647 E. Sheraton Baton Rouge, L A 70803
R t 1, Box 290-K. Denham Springs, L A Baton Rouge, L A 70815 Rt. 4, Box 65-D, Folsom, L A 70437
Donna L. Delcambre, PO Box 2130 USL Miss Barbara Abdalla Roxanne M . Brcazeale, PO Box 2130, Sept 2-8
Lafayette, L A 70501 PO Box 51348 USL, Lafayette, L A 70501 Aug. 18-Sept. 1
215 Ashton St, New Iberia, L A 70560 Lafayette, L A 70501 Box 51475, Lafayette, L A 70501
Cheryl A. Riles, Box 948, College Station, Mrs. Lionel Borden (Vonnie) Vicki D . Head, Box 948, College
Hammond. L A 70401 905 Western Ave. Station, Hammond, L A 70401
9160 Oliphant Rd., Baton Rouge, L A Hammond, L A 70401 10145 DarrylDr.,Baton Rouge, LA70815

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Chapter President—School and Home Address Adviser Rush Chairman Rush Dates
Lambda Tan
Northeastern L A U . Janet L . Wilson, PO Box 4556, N L U Mrs. Theodore Grace, Jr. (Georgiann) Jan Grubbs, PO Box 4556, N L U , Aug. 29-Sept. 4
Pi Northeast Station, Monroe, L A 71201 4311 Sprugeon C-5 Northeast Station, Monroe, L A 71201 Aug.28-Sept.13
H . Sophie Newcomb 3409 Sandra Dr., Shreveport, L A 71109 Monroe, L A 71201 503 Frederick St., Monroe, L A 71201
Memorial College Helen Colleen Munds, 1013 Broadway, Winifred M . Delery
New Orleans, L A 70118 1013 Broadway, New Orleans, L A 70118
Gamma PO Box 133, Charlotte. TX 78011 5411 S. Rocheblave St., New Orleans,
U. of Maine L A 70125

Pi Delta MAINE
U . of Maryland
Sigma Tau Donna L. Burton, Hancock Hall, U . of ME Mrs. Geoffrey Rice (Harriet) Mary A. Ahearn, Penobscot Hall, Oct. 19-Nov. 10
Washington College Orono, M E 04473 Stevens Hall U . of M E U . of M E , Orono, M E 04473
Chi Pi Box 102, S. Hamilton, M E 01982 Orono, M E 04473 190 Richland St., S. Portland,
Northeastern U . M E 04106
Beta Pi
Eastern Michigan U . Marysusan Wanich, 4517 College Ave. MARYLAND Mary H . Griffin, 4517 College Ave., Sept. 8-22
Omicron Pi College Park, M D 20740 Miss Pat Voneiff College Park, M D 20740 Feb. (first
U. of Michigan 603 Laufer St., Bethlehem, PA 18015 700 7th St. SW, Apt. 315 5307 CrestedgeLn.,Rockville,MD 20853 2 weeks)
Washington, DC 20024 Michelle L . Kiikka. Box 184,
Beta Epsilon WA College, Chestertown, M D 21620
Bemidji State College Diane L . Morawski, Box 184, W A College Mrs. Kenneth Stein (Patty) 2420 Valley Way, Cheverly, M D 20785
Tau Chestertown, M D 21620 118 N . Water St.
U. of Minnesota 15 E. Ring Factory Rd., Bel Air, M D 21014 Chestertown, M D 21620

Nu Beta Joyce M . Crisafulli, 9 Harrison St. MASSACHUSETTS Judy Egan, 10 Speare PI., Rm. 439, Open
U . of Mississippi Natick, M A 01760 Miss Lee Ann Bennett Boston, M A 02115
c/o Dean of Women, Northwestern 11 Williams St., Haverhill, M A 01830
Delta Pi
Central Missouri University, Boston, M A 62115
State College
Lambda Omega Kathleen P. Deschryver, 22330 L'Anse MICHIGAN Denise C. Bidwell Sept. 14-Oct. 4
Northwest Missouri St. Clair Shores, M I 48081 Mrs. Kenneth Paulin (Mary Ann) 9650 Chubb Rd., Northville, M I 48167 Sept. 22-Oct. 4
State College 2166 Yorktown Lisa E. Dovey
Ann Arbor, M I 48104 800 Oxford Rd., Ann Arbor, M I 48104
Alpha Phi 1405 Bordstown Trail, Ann Arbor,
Montana State U . Cynthia M . Gehrls, 800 Oxford Rd. Mrs. Lawrence Bassett (Margaret) M I 48105
Beta Rho Ann Arbor, M I 48104 609 Cloverdale
U. of Montana 1006 Wylls St., Midland, M I 48640 Ann Arbor. M I 48102
Nu Zeta
Chadron State College Rachel Pederson. Student Union, A O I I MINNESOTA Carol E. Schirner Oct. 2-21
Phi Sigma BSC, Bemidji, M N 56601 Mrs. Charles Carr (Betty) 15B Oak Hall. BSC, Bemidji, M N 56601
Kearney State College Mcintosh, M N 56556 Rt. 1 700 N . Park, Park Rapids, M N 56470
Zeta Nancy J. Jarvis, 1121 5th St. SE Bemidji. M N 56601
U . of Nebraska Minneapolis, M N 55414 Stephanie Durda Sept. 21-27
6514 3rd Ave., Richfield, M N 55423 Miss Patti Belois 1121 5th St., SE, Minneapolis, M N 55414
Sigma Chi 19 S. 1st Ave., Apt. 1406-B 7801 Ewald Terr., Golden Valley,
Hartwick College Minneapolis, M N 55401 M N 55426
Theta Pi
Wagner College Mary Jane Duke—Box 4415 U . of MS MISSISSIPPI Suzanne A. Caboche, Box 4415, Sept. 4-9
University, MS 38677 Mrs. Richard Krayer (Jerry) U of MS, University, MS 36877
Zeta Psi Rt. 4, Brownsville, T N 38012 Box 3998 4681 Nordell, Jackson, MS 39206
East Carolina U . University, MS 38677

102 Patty A. Heying, A O I I Panhellenic Hall MISSOURI Nicki L . Alexopoulos, A O I I Sept.-Nov. 8
A-106 Central MO State College Mrs. James R. Chrisman (Barbara) Panhellenic Hall, Central MO State Dec. 4-May
Warrensburg, MO 64093 508 Streck Dr. College, Warrensburg, MO 64093 Nov. 8-Dec. 4
1900 N . Parkway, Jefferson City, MO 65101 Warrensburg, MO 64093 11300 E. 61st Terr., Raytown, MO 64133

Karen L . Haberichter, N.W. MO State Miss LuAnn Lewright Patricia J. Traynor, N.W. MO State Aug. 22-28
College, 303 Roberta Hall 819 S. Fillmore College, 303 Roberta Hall, Maryville,
Maryville, MO 64468 Maryville, MO 64468 MO 64468
305 Phyllis, Rochelle, I L 61068 422 E.63rdTerr.,KansasCity,MO64U0

Merry G. Sando, 1119 S. 5th St. MONTANA Marinell McKenna Sept. 23-27
Bozeman, M T 59715 Mrs. Monte Eliason (Sheryl) 1119 S. 5th St.. Bozeman, M T 59715 Sept. 15-22
906 12th Ave., Helena, M T 59601 903 W. Villard 920 6th Ave. N . , Lewistown, M T 59457
Bozeman, M T 59715 Sarah V. Emerson
220 Daly Ave., Missoula, M T 59801
Janice M . Goldhahn, 220 Daly Ave. Mrs. Jim Hauptman 4463 Rhodelin, Claremont, CA 91711
Missoula, M T 59801 517 S. 6th St. E.
Box 265, Geraldine, M T 59446 Missoula, M T 59801

Jacque K . Rabe. 216 H i Rise CSC NEBRASKA Angela M . Condy Sept. 17-19
Chadron, NB 69337 Mrs. William Giesler (Elaine) 215 H i Rise, CSC, Chadron, NB 69337 Sept. 10-12
Wilcox, NB 68982 845 Bordeaux St. Big Springs, NB 69122 Sept. 3-6
Chadron, NB 69337 Jean Kaer
706 W. 25th, Kearney, NB 68847
Sharon E. Ewin, A O I I , CTW 732, KSC Miss Janet Lind Sheens #24, Kearney, NB 68847
Kearney, NB 68847 1709 W. 38th St. #9 Sandy R. Sweenie
9400 Military Ave., Omaha, NB 68134 Kearney, NB 68847 1541 "S" St., Lincoln, NB 68508
Carol A . Thorson, 1541 "S" St. Miss Cathy Pfund Nelson, NB 68901
Lincoln, NB 68508 1343 " C " St., Apt. B
RFD, Mead, NB 68041 Lincoln. NB 68502

Sandra J. Sassaman, 17 Maple St. NEW YORK Sally L. Curran
Oneonta, N Y 13820 Mrs. Fred Hicken (Eleanor) 17 Maple St., Oneonta, N Y 13820
1548 W. Church St., Elmira, N Y 14905 82 Elm St. 305 H E. Main St., Endicott, N Y 13760
Oneonta, N Y 13820 Millicent H . Fiedler
805 Harbor View Hall,
Jacquelyn E. Roy. 805 Harbor View Hall Mrs. Warren Schueler (Linda) Wagner College, Staten Island, NY 10301 Sept. 30 &
Wagner College, Staten Island, N Y 10301 14 Bermann Way Stone School House Rd., RD # 1 , Oct. 7
Brookdale Ave., Methaem, M A 01844 Middleton, NJ 07748 Bloomingburg, N Y 12721

Deborah S. Hensley, 805 Johnston St, NORTH CAROLINA Karen L. Moore Oct. 9-16
Greenville, NC 27834 Mrs. Allen Cox (Nancy) 805 Johnston St., Greenville. NC 27834
1504 Hillside St., Crescent Carriage House Apts. # 15 Box 1367, Lucana, NC 27851
Beach St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29531 Greenville, NC 27834

To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON PI—SUMMER of 1972

Chapter President—School and Home Address -OfflO- Rush Chairman Rush Dates
Kappa Pi Vande A, Kagy, Clark Hall A O I I Box 104 Adviser
Ohio Northern U . ONU, Ada, OH 45810 Karyl A. Adams, Clark Hall AOII, Nov. 7-Dec. 13
917 E. 4th St., Ottawa, OH 45875 Mrs. Ronald L . Knoble (Lynn) Box 104, ONU, Ada, OH 45810
Omega Sharon K . Lowry, 331 Hamilton Hall 1612 Shawnee Rd. 251 CampgroundRd.,Urbana, OH 43078
Miami U. Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056 Lima, OH 45805
5515 Elbright Rd., Groveport, OH 43125 Barbara G. Yost, 349 Minnich Hall, Sept. 13-26
Mrs. John Hendry (Lorraine) Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056
30 Panda Ln. 631 E.BairdAve.,Barberton,OH 44203
Oxford. OH 45056

Phi Lambda Patricia Colantone, 105 Broadway Mrs. J. Russell Swegan (Joan) Kathryne C. Lloyd Oct. 2, 9, & 24
Youngstown State U . Youngstown, OH 44505 1572 Cascade Dr. 105 Broadway, Youngstown, OH 44505 Sept. 19-
Theta Psi 95 Lake Shore Dr., Youngstown, OH 44511 Youngstown, O H 44511 26 Hilton Ave., Youngstown, OH 44507
U . of Toledo Beverly D . Hatcher, 2653 Castleton Oct. 14
Karen S. Newcomer, 4002 Sylvania Ave. Miss Nancy J. Cole Ave., Toledo, OH 43613
Alpha Rho W „ Imperial Trace Apts. 112-A 2316 Castlewood
Oregon State U . Toledo, OH 43623 Toledo, OH 43613
Alpha Sigma 405 S. Arch St., Fremont, OH 43420
U . of Oregon
Rho Sigma Patricia J. Bently, 2435 NW Harrison OREGON Jan Shandera, 2435 N W Harrison Sept. 23-27
Portland State U . Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97330 Mrs. John R. Baines (Ruth) Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97330 Sept. 16-20
7420 SE Madison, Portland, OR 97215 204 NW 27th St. 13425 N W Pettygrove, Portland, Sept. 19-23
Epsilon Alpha Corvallis, OR 97330 OR 97229
Pennsylvania State Laurie A. MacDonald
Ann C. Becker, 1680 Alder Mrs. Donna Chandler 1680 Alder, Eugene, OR 97401
Gamma Beta Eugene, OR 97401 2525 Friendly St. 101 Casa Vieja PI., Orinda, CA 94563
Indiana U . of 3050 Lynwood Circle, Corvallis, OR 97330 Eugene, OR 97405 Karol Unger, 7306 N . Newell Ave.,
Pennsylvania Portland, OR 97203
Phi Beta Shannon M . Cooper, 7306 N . Newell Ave. Miss Allison C. Dumble 1920 SE CurrinDr.,Hillsboro,OR 97213
East Stroudsburg Portland, OR 97203 7306 N . Newell Ave.
State College 409 N E 146th, Portland, OR 97230 Portland, OR 97203
Sigma Rho
Slippery Rock State Miehele J. LeNoir, 15 Ritner Hall —PENNSYLVANIA - Jean E . Trueax, 15 Ritner Hall, Sept. 26-27
College University Park, PA 16802 Mrs. Harold Klotz (Lois) University Park, PA 16802 Oct. 1-5
Theta Kappa 335 Sherbrooke Blvd., Upper Darby, PA 506 Shannon Ln. 2358 Fairway Rd., Huntingdon Valley,
West Chester State 19082 State College, PA 16801 PA 19006
Kathleen McMiUen, 126 McGregor Hall Dr. Joan R. Yanuzzi Mary Jo Dittenhafer, 315 Shafer Hall, Sept. 17-19
Kappa Omicron I U of PA, Indiana, PA 15701 150 Deloris Cir. I U of PA, Indiana, PA 15701 Sept. 24-26
Southwestern at R t 2, Prosperity, PA 15329 Indiana, PA 15701 2016 Harvard Ave., Camphill, PA 17011
Nil Omicron Georgine M . Fidmik, A O I I Box 882 Jennifer S. Darrach, A O I I Box 882, Sept. 22.27
Vanderbilt U . E. Stroudsburg State College E. Stroudsburg State College Oct. 4, 7
E . Stroudsburg, Pa 18301 E. Stroudsburg, PA 18301 Oct. 13-28
608 Pierce St., Bethlehem, PA 18015 628 Love's Ln., Wynnewood, PA 19096

Nancy L. Coward, 143 Towers Hall Mrs. Joseph C. Marks (Ramona) Susan P. Krumfolz, 147 Towers Hall, Open till
Slippery Rock, PA 16057 Rt. 4 Slippery Rock. PA 16057 Feb. 6
1021 Roup Ave., Brenkenridge, PA 15014 Slippery Rock, PA 16057 42 Junard Blvd., Port Jefferson Station, Feb. 6-14
Long Island, N Y 11776

Marjorie Keyser, 628 S. Walnut St. Miss Irene Pugh Louise Bruno Sept. 14-Oct. 4
West Chester, PA 19380 Ashford Ln., PO Box 4 2809 Marshall Rd.
102 Shelley Ln., Yardley, PA 19067 Westtown, PA 19395 Drexel Hill, PA 19026

Catherine L. Laster, A O I I at Southwestern TENNESSEE Debra S. Jackson, A O I I at Southwest- Oct. 15-17
Box 710, Memphis, TN 38112 Mrs. Brian Rushton (Priscilla) ern, Box 710, Memphis, T N 38112
4243 Fairmont Ave., Memphis, T N 38108 3403 Walnut Grove Rd. 1315 Linden Dr., Jonesboro, AR 72401
Rebecca A . Lasley, 2415 Kensington PI. Memphis, T N 38111
Nashville, T N 37212 Mrs. J. T. Shofner (Margaret), 441 Linda C. McCullough, 2415 Kensington Sept. 18 & 25
4 Lawrence Dr., St. Louis, M O 63141 Annex Ave., Apt. A-2, Cumberland PI., Nashville, T N 37212 Jan. 20
Retreat Apts., Nashville, T N 37209 1806 Riverview Rd., Murfreesboro,
T N 37130

Omega Omicron Susan L. Morgan, Box 373, Amy L. Tacker, Box 373, Sept. 7-11
Lambuth College Lambuth College, Jackson, T N 38301 Lambuth College, Jackson, T N 38301
Omicron 5745 Burbriar Ave., Memphis, Tn 38117 1634 Maple St., Humboldt, T N 38343
U . of Tennessee Mary A . Curry, 1531 W. Cumberland Ave.
Phi Alpha Knoxville, TN 37916 Mrs. Charles Bettis (Nancy) Patricia J. Goode, 1531 W. Cumberland, Sept. 17-27
East Tennessee 4223 Barfield Rd., Memphis, T N 38117 7709 Bennington Dr. Ave., Knoxville, TN 37916
State U . Carol S. Moody, Box 02, ETSU Knoxville, TN 37919 1125 Snowdon Dr., Knoxville, T N 37909
Tau Omicron Johnson City. T N 37601 Mrs. James Fox (Delores)
U . of Tennessee Forest Dr., Morristown, T N 37814 600 W. Pine Linda Sue Kirby, Box 02, ETSU, Sept. 14-28
at Martin Elizabeth E. Mitchell, A O I I Box 126 Johnson City, T N 37601 Johnson City, T N 37601
UTM, Martin, TN 38237 Mrs. James M . Mitchell (Jane) 1704 Southside Ave., Bristol, T N 37620
Pi Kappa 4856 Torbay Dr., Nashville, T N 37211 114 Eunice Ave.
U . of Texas Martin, T N 38237 Bettye J. Thompson Sept. 16-20
AOn Box 126, UTM, Martin, T N 38237 Sept. 23-27
Alpha Gamma 55 S. Washington, Brownsville, TN 38012
Washington State U .
Upsilon Patricia A. Dennis, Hardin North Apts. TEXAS Vivienne L. McKitrick Aug. 22-29
U . of Washington 801 W. 24th St. #301-A Mrs. Janet Doles Brown Hardin North Apts., 801 W. 24th St. Aug. 30-
Austin, TX 78705 8012 Hillrise Dr. #301-A, Austin, TX 78705 Dec. 10
6111 Janey, Austin, TX 78731 Austin, TX 78759 5431 Brentford Rd., Memphis, TN 38117 Jan. 17-May 7

Debbie A. He-n^s. 702 Campus Ave. — WASHINGTON Nancy L . Mallory Sept. 4-10
Pullman, W A 99163 Mrs. Robert Jones (Doreen) 702 Campus Ave., Pullman, W A 99163 Sept. 16-23
Box 189, Davenport, W A 99122 1414 E. 1st St. 6714 Ardmore Dr., Tacoma, W A 98406
Janet R. Richardson, 1906 N E 45th Moscow, ID 83843 Suzanne J. Straith
Seattle, WA 98105 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, W A 98105
Box 276, Odessa, W A 99159 Mrs. Bruce Busch (Kathleen) 10930 Algonquin Rd., Edmonds,
5700 29th NE W A 98020
Seattle, W A 98105

Phi Kappa Linda M . Shade. Box 70, Dickinson Hall —WEST VIRGINIA- Patricia C. Gannon Sept. 17-24
Morris Harvey College Morris Harvey College Miss Yvonne Taylor Box 135, Dickinson Hall, Morris
Charleston, W V 25404 305 Senic Dr. Harvey College, Charleston. W V 25404
PO Box 175, Hurricane, W V 25526 St. Albans, W V 25177 67 Park Ln., Massapequa, NY 11758

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — S U M M E R of 1972 103

Chapter President—School and Home Address WISCONSIN Rush Chairman Rush Dates
Iota Tan Eleanor E. Wendt, 11414 8th St. Adviser Susan J. Myszewski, 337 Kranzusch Sept. 12-Oct. 5
Stout State U . Menomonie, W l 54751 Hall, Menomonie, W I 54751
Lambda Phi 1116 Harrietta St., Ft. Atkinson, W I 53538 Mrs. Sten Pierce (Janis) 3563 S. 14th St., Milwaukee, W I 53221 Oct 10-15
U . of Wisconsin- 214 13th St. Sherrill J. Modlinski Feb. 7-18
Whitewater Menomonie. W I 54751 426 W. North St., Whitewater, W I 53190 Fall
Phi Delta 5229 Roberts Dr., Greendale, W I 53129
U . of Wisconsin- Colleen M . McQuade, 426 W. North St. Mrs. Jay Winn (Margaret) Nancy S. Gilmore, 2125 N . Kenwood,
Milwaukee Whitewater, W I 53190 Whitewater, W I 53190 Apt. N , Milwaukee, W I 53211
Sigma Lambda 263 Tratt St., Whitewater, W I 53190 Mrs. Jerry Enloe (Lynn)
U . of Wisconsin- Sharon A. Fliess, Box 199, Sandburg Halls 3723 Badger Rd., Rt_ 2
LaCrosse 3400 N . Maryland, Milwaukee, W I 53211 Kewaskum, W l 53040
200 72nd Ave., Kenosha, W I 53140
Beta Kappa
U. of British Columbia Diana J. Brinker, A O I I Cartwright Center Mrs. Arthur Hebberd (Mary) Sept. 14-24
U.WI-L, LaCrosse, W I 54601 2136 Main
Beta Tau 1312 Tomike St., Lake Geneva, W I 53147 LaCrosse, W I 54601
U. of Toronto


Valerie L . Gibbons, A O I I Panhellenic Mrs. John L. Price (Beverley) Barbara J. Morris, 1041 W. 42nd Ave., Fall
House U . of BC #8, 5781 Vine St. Vancouver 13, BC, Canada
Vancouver 8, BC, Canada Vancouver 13, BC, Canada
5450 Monarch, Burnaby 2, BC, Canada

Vanessa J. Valek, 24 Madison Ave. ONTARIO Debra K . Rankin, 24 Madison Ave., Until Oct. 8
Toronto, Ontario, Canada Mrs. John R. Wrigley (Karen) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
169 St. George St., Apt. 503 16 St. Joseph St. #42 70 Driftwood Ave., #158, Downsview,
Toronto 5, Ontario, Canada Toronto 180, Ontario, Canada Ontario, Canada

Kappa Phi Katherine Desmond, 3570 University St. QUEBEC Oct. 12-22
McGill University Montreal 112, Quebec, Canada Mrs. David Moon (Karen)
38 Campbell Ave., Montreal West, 225 Olivier Ave. #105
Quebec, Canada Westmount, Quebec, Canada

Delta Chi Susan Frick, 310 Harrington C DELAWARE
Newark. Del. 19711 Mrs. John Sweeney (Marilyn)
149 Summit Rd., Elizabeth, N.J. 07208 109 Drummond Dr.
Wilmington, Dela. 19808

Directory A N D C I R C U L A T I O N ( A c t of A u g u s t 12, 1970; Sec-
tion 3685. T i t l e 39. United States Code)
Send ALL Directory Changes and NPC Delegate
Personal Address Changes to: Mrs. Willard D. Berry (Norma Nierstheimer P) L T i t l e of publication: T O D R A G M A of Alpha
3030 West Laurelhurst Drive, N.E., Seattle, WA Omicron Pi.
Alpha Omicron Pi
Central Office 98105 2. Date of filing: May 9. 1972.
Suite No. 109, Telephone: 206-523-9763 3. Frequency of issue: Quarterly.
4. Location of known office of publication (Street,
3000 Meadows Parkway BOARD OF DIRECTORS city, county, state, zip code) (not p r i n t e r s ) : 3000
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205 Chairman Meadow Parkway. Suite 109, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Mrs. T. K. Farrington (Dorothy Bogen A ) 5. Location of the headquarters or general business
Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity 1615 Dry Creek Road, San Jose, CA 95125 offices of the publishers (not p r i n t e r s ) : A l p h a Omicron
Founded At Barnard College Telephone: 408-269-5809 P i Fraternity. I n c . . 3000 Meadow Parkway. Suite 109.
Box 431, Carnelian Bay, CA 95711 indianaiiolis. Ind.
January 2,1897 Telephone: 961-583-3026 (June-October) 6. Names and addresses of publisher, editor, and
managing editor: Publisher. Alpha Omicron P i F r a -
FOUNDERS CENTRAL OFFICE ternity. I n c . . 3000 Meadow Parkway. Suite 109. I n d i -
Jessie Wallace Hughan Alpha Omicron Pi Central Office anapolis. Ind. Editor. Millie Milam Murphy (Mrs.
Helen St. Clair Mullan (Mrs. George V . ) 3000 Meadows Pkwy., Suite 109, Indianapolis, R . C . ) . 4534 Shy's H i l l Road. Nashville. Term. 37215.
Stella George Stern Perry (Mrs. George H.) Managing editor, none.
Elizabeth Heywood Wyman IN 46205 7. Owner: A l p h a Omicron P i Fraternity. I n c . . Suite
The Founders were members of Alpha Chapter Tele.: 317-545-6553 109. 3000 Meadow Parkway. Indianapolis. Indiana.
at Barnard College of Columbia University and Executive Director—Mrs. Marie E. Hughes (B*) 8. K n o w n bondholders, mortgagees, and other se-
all are deceased. Financial Secretary—Mrs. Forrest Smith (Nell curity holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities:
President Traveling Secretaries 9. F o r optional completion by publishers mailing
Mrs. Robert D. MacCurdy (Eleanore Dietrich IA) Miss Ginger Banks (ITK) at the regular rates (Section 132.121. Postal Service
100 Norlen Park, Bridgewater, M A 02324 Miss Sue Edmunds (TA) Manual) 39 V . S. C . 3626 provides in pertinent part:
Telephone: 617-697-7855 Miss Robin Lee ( I ) "No person who would have been entitled to mail
Administrative Vice President Miss Michal Lord (IIK) matter under former section 4359 of this title shall
Mrs. George B. Callaway (Janirae Linebaugh 0 ) mail such matter at the rates provided under this
2400 Craghead Lane, Knoxville, T N 37920 TO DRAGMA subsection unless he flies annually with the Postal
Telephone: 615-573-7558 Editor—Mrs. Robert C. Murphy (Millie Milam Service a written request for lieroiission to mail mat-
Executive Vice President ter at such rates." I n accordance with the provisions
Mrs. Wilbur R. Mottweiler, Jr. (Patricia Jacobs NO) of this statute. I hereby request permission to mail
4534 Shy's Hill Rd., Nashville, T N 37215 the publication named in Item 1 at the reduced post-
6) Tele.: 615-269-6563 age rates presently authorized by 39 U . S. C . 3626.
504 South Owen, Mount Prospect, IL 60056 Millie Milam Murphy. Editor.
Telephone: 312-259-2288 Support and attend your In- 10. F o r completion by nonprofit organizations (not
Extension Vice President ternational Regional Conven- applicable).
Mrs. Frederick W. Hinton (Adele K. P) tions now in session through II Extent and nature of circulation: Total No.
6128 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, T N 37215 Aug. 18-20 at eight interest- copies printed (net press run). Average No. copies
Telephone: 615-297-8022 ing locations throughout the each issue during preceding 12 months, 37,700; Actual
Secretary United States. number of copies of single Issue published nearest to
Miss Bobbye L. McCarter (NO) filing date. 39 286.
Box 2436, Stephens College, Columbia, MO 65201 Paid circulation: Sales through dealers and car-
Telephone: 314-449-5811 riers, street vendors and counter sates, none. Mail
Treasurer subseriptioas. average No. copies each issue during
Mrs. August Ackel (Norma Marshall K9) preceding 12 months. 36.925: A c t u a l number of copies
12218 Sarazen Place, Granada Hills, CA 91344 of single issue published nearest to filing date, 38.788.
Telephone: 213-363-0271 Total paid circulation, average No. copies each issue
during preceding 12 months. 36.925: Actual number of
copies of single issue published nearest to filing date.
38 788.
F r e e distribution by m a i l , carrier or other means—
samples, complimentary, and other free copies: Aver-
age No. coiiies each issue during preceding 12 months.
140; Actual number of copies of single issue published
nearest to filing date. 138.
Copies distributed to news agents, but not sold:
Total distribution: Average No. copies each issue
during preceding 12 months. 37.065: A c t u a l number
of copies of single issue published nearest to filing
date 3S.926.
Office use. left-over, unaccounted, spoiled after
printing: Average No. copies each issue during pre-
ceding 12 months. 635; A c t u a l number of copies of
single issue published nearest to filing date. 360.
Total (should equal net press r u n ) : Average No.
copies each issue during preceding 12 months. 37.700;
Actual number of copies of single issue published
nearest to filing date. 39.286.
I certify that the statements made by me above are
correct and complete.

M I L L I E M I L A M M U R P H Y . Editor.

104 To Dragma of A L P H A OMICRON PI—SUMMER of 1972

lines of command •

: i-


The A O I I Executive Committee of seven international officers The Board of Directors is the personification of continuity of
conducts business of the fraternity between conventions. planning in the fraternity and administers the fraternity's
Their duties are defined specifically in the constitution. finances and affairs which extend beyond a two-year period.

The International Council, governing

body of A O I I , is composed of collegiate and

alumnae chapter representatives,

i their advisers, and regional officers,
as well as international officers.


Alpha Omicron Pi's traveling secretaries and special
chapter assistant visit, guide, instruct, and listen to collegiate chapters
and serve as liaisons to the international officers.

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Regional officers function in an organizational set-up of eight regions
into which the United States and C a n a d a are divided.

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — S U M M E R of 1972

AOII's Administrative Center is Central Office




A l p h a O m i c r o n Pi's C e n t r a l O f f i c e in Indianapolis is the administrative center of the fraternity. The Executive Director is the over-all man-
ager of Central O f f i c e and carries out policies established by the Executive Committee with the aid of a paid staff. The Financial Secretary
serves as agent for the International Treasurer.

Alpha Omicron Pi's AOn Makes
Scholarship Program Many Awards

Invest Annually the committee on schol- 1mf
arship, the Diamond Jubilee Foun-
in dation, awards scholarships to qual- Through the years A O I I has recognized
Education ifying members. outstanding service among.chapters and
members with a series of cherished awards.
Now The D J F is a nonprofit corpo-
ration authorized by Council in
1959 to aid qualified students
through an Investment in Education.

In the current year seven D J F
scholarships and two Diamond Jubi-
lee Founders' Day scholarships were
awarded to qualifying AOIIs. Two
memorial scholarships, the Brother-
hood-Cole and the Kay Bremer Mat-
son Scholarships also were made,
the latter going to a graduate stu-

In the past year, $500 also was
given to Miami University at Ox-
ford, Ohio, for use in providing as-
sistance to financially and educa-
tionally deprived students admitted
to the university.

To Dragma of A L P H A O M I C R O N P I — S U M M E R of 1972

The Cost Of Being An AOII Is Minimal
The Value Is Of Inestimable, Lifelong Worth

Yoii hear lots of talk these days about the high Each succeeding year, a collegiate member pays
cost of belonging to any international Greek letter her International Council Dues.
fraternity. This talk may not come from really re-
liable sources. If you divide this last particular fee by 12
months, it averages $1.66 per month.
Some folks profess to know the price of every-
thing, but rarely are aware of the value of any- Most collegians are 22 years of age when they
thing. graduate. Insurance actuarial tables predict that
each will live another 55 years. So subtracting the
Actually, the price you pay per year for being a cost of T O DRAGMA which a member will be
member of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity probably getting quarterly for the rest of her life at a cost
is the biggest bargain of your life. to the sorority of $.64 per copy, she'll be paying
approximately $1.91 per year for being an AOII.
Chapter dues and house bills are set, collected
and expended by the chapters themselves and With this money, AOII maintains: Central Of-
would exist even if a chapter were local. These fice, where a record is kept of every AOII; pro-
fees and dues have nothing to do with member- grams in scholarship, fraternity education, public
ship in an international sorority. relations, rush and ritual; puts aside funds to pay
for part of conventions and regional meetings;
AOII does collect from each pledge a once-only handles membership and extension programs, and
assessment, and at initiation, another fee which pays the staff including the Traveling Secretaries
includes a life subscription to the sorority's maga- who visit, help the chapters and provide on-going
zine, T O DRAGMA, International Life Alumnae help for the chapters.
Dues, membership badge and annual Council
Dues for that year.




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Dr. Gail Ann Theis, New York University Alpha Omicron Pi has had a na-
department of pathology instructor, tional philanthropic project since
continues research on immunization with 1931, but times changed and, as the
$6,000 from A O I I . membership grew into an inter-
national organization, the need be-
came apparent to adopt a philan-
thropic project which offered possi-
bilities of service in every state
throughout the United States and in

At the 1967 International Con-
vention, Council voted to discon-
tinue supporting the Frontier Nurs-
ing Service in the State of Kentucky
and to adopt the Arthritis Founda-

Since that time, A O I I has con-
tributed $40,500 on Research Fel-
lowships through the Arthritis
Foundation. The most current
award of $7,500, has gone to Dr.
Vera Byers, immunologist at the
University of California, San Fran-

Her objective is to reestablish
tolerance in arthritics toward self
components in order to reduce the
severity of the disease.

Dr. Carol A . Smith, assistant professor of
medicine, Albert Einstein College of New
York, received $6,000 to pursue research.

Dr. Jane Schaller, assistant professor of pediatrics, University of Washington
School of Medicine, was awarded AOII's largest research grant to date, $13,000.
She poses with one of her young patients.

Dr. Naomi F. Rothfield, associate professor
of medicine and chief of rheumatology
section, University of Connecticut, received
a $5,000 A O I I fellowship.

Another recent recipient of a research
grant from A O I I , this time in the amount
of $3,000, Is Dr. H e n r i - A n d r e M e n a r d ,
a Canadian physician, seen here with one
of AOII's international officers, herself
a Canadian, and a youthful arthritis victim.

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