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NEWS

TAU KAPPA EPSILON AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

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NU NEWS TO BE PUBLISHED REGULARLY FOR ALUMNI AND FRIENDS

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chapter has initiated another step in its efforts to maintain closer contact with
the graduates'of Nu.
NU NEWS is designed to keep you better informed about the activities of
the chapter, the University, and your own classmates. To fulfill this endeavor
we must have your help.
1. Please send us any address corrections that might develop to make sure
that you receive this and other communications.
2. You are just as newsworthy as the other alumni. Your classmates want to
hear from you as you will enjoy hearing ftom them. An excellent way to
maintain this contact is to use the enclosed biographical form, "Our Own
Who's Who" to let the rest of the Fraternity know about your activities.
3. NU NEWS is your lewsletter! Your comments and suggestions will be
greatly appreciated. Address yOUl" communications to the Chapter Alumni
Relations Officer, T KE , 2725 Channing Way, Berkeley 4 ••

A MESSAGE FR OM OUR PRYTANIS

Dear Fraters:

As another school year draws to a close it is my privilege to


report to the alumni that we have made progress this year and have
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afwe-pledged- efghteen. -
Then in the springl nine more were pledged. We had a well balanced
social program and our scholarship gain was an achievement. We have
members active in all phases of campus activities and we participated
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in the intra-mural program.
All is not perfect. We have not been able to keep in contact with our
alumni as we planned. Thus, as noted above, we initiated a definite pro ...
grain for better alumni relationso •••you will be hearing more from Nu.
I urge each and everyone of you to help in rushing this fall. We want
a large than average size pledge class and if we are to be successful we
must count on you and your recommendations. Whenever you can, please
talk to the parents of the prospects telling them about fr'aternity life and
the bond of Tau Kappa Epsilon.
The door is always open - drop in and see us.

y .I.T .B.,·

Steve Dedina '59


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SPRING RUSHING NETS NINE NEW PLEDGES

When the smoke had cleared and the lais t rush party over nine men had
accepted the bid of Nu. We are very prouq of this pledge class. These men al"e
looked to for the future success of Tau Ka�pa Epsilon at Cal.
Presenting the new pledge class: Ray Rasmussen '61, Alameda; Dan Bakel"
'62, Arlington, Va�; Gene Borges f60 p Sacr�mento; Jack Cole '62, Whittier; Dave
Benson '61, RichmondjJerry Miller '62, LPng Beach; John Arvesen '60, San
Carlos; Dave Flippin '61, Marysville, and �_i ck Mier '6lpNapa.

FRATERS A CTIVE IN CAMPUS GROUPS �: .GOOD


. EXTRA- CURRICULAR R�CORD

This year we have a number of men that are responsible for ,giving us a good
extra-curricular record� Sam Peden '59, Santa Ana� is the head yell leader and
Bo-h·CoPPG.'6.QrRive:r-stcie; -an4�Bob La L-ibe:de ' 61:r Palo Alto; are a part of the"
supporting cast. Bob La Liberte is the junior IFC president. Eric Lindberg '60 .
,Oakland, and Bill Donovan '61, El Cerrito, are on IFC co ' mrnittees - judicial and
public relations respectively. On the athletic side, Frank Sally '60 , Castro
Valley, was varsity football and Jerry Mann '60 , was v(:!.rsity basketball. Steven
Slausen '62, Alameda, and Jerry Miller '62, Long Beach, are crew m embers.
Walt Duncan '60 , Colma, was 130 's basketball. Tom KilfoH '61. Oakland, is pres ..
ident of Circle C.
Our candidate for SophomlP:teDoll, Nancy Wallace. ADPi, won the Cal contest
and went on to win Inter-collegiate Sophomo�Doll contest over nineteen other
queens from Bay area COlleges.

GIGANTIC :MAN-HUNT LAUNCHED••••

Nu is engaged' tn a gigantic man-hunt for


rushee� reported to be lurking somewhere in
your territory.
Frankly� we need rush names right now for
summe r rushing. Today, is the time to
seriously do something about an excellent
and large pledge class this fall. We have
very carefully planned our rushing program.
This summer we will make many personal
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calls'on' incoming- students:-
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We want you to join this man-hunt.uput on


your sleuthing togs and do some under cover
work in your area. High school principals
can tell- you of outstanding seniors•••business
associates and social contacts will uncover
m ore prospects.
needs your support to have successful
....,..!"U&j'� programs. Let's not let a good man
, ooked because someone failsto let us
, him.
Don't ' �'fill out the enclosed ca,.-d • • •
send it in • • II each prospect will be given
careful consideration,and we will send you an
acknowledgeme nt of your recommendation.

Bill Donovan '61


Rush chairman l*iO/!:�
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ALUMNI NEWS .FROM TEKES HERE, THE RE AND EVERYWHERE 1
ROBIN HARRIS '55 recently returned to civilian life after a term in the Army.
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He is now working for Graybar Electric in Fresno. Robin and his wife just
recently became the parents of a baby boy -- all three of them live at 838 E.
Buckingham Way, Fresno.

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HI passed the bar exam,-" writes AL NELSON '55 Al is the newest member of the
Board of Contro,of the undergraduate chapter. He lives in nearby E1 Cerrito at
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5418 Hillside Road. I1

SETH BURDETT '50 has been transferred back to the Bay area after a couple of j1
years in southern Calif. It's good to have Seth back in this area and they are
nicely settled in Faitfax at 266 Olema Drive. _

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'<'I'm operating my own construction company now and am set up to build anything
fToma patio to a dam," is the word from WILLIAM R US '48. If any of you need
either, call Bill. Bill's address is 4240 Mackay Dr., Palo Alto.

JOHN TILBURY '54 arrived last November from Europe and after introducing his
charming wife, Michele, to everyone they took off for Texas. John will be station .. I
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ed there for a while ••••his permanent address is, 966 Ventura Ave., Albany.

JOHN PETRIC '51 has accepted a position in South America. As yet we do not
have his mailing address and if anyone is in contact with him please send his
address along to' 'us,

DR CHARLES V. R UGH '21 gave up his practice in. Klamath Falls in late 1956 and
since has been assistant director of the Tulare-Kings County Hospital in Spring­
ville. Calif.

Welcome back to HERBERT TURNBULL. Herb has been working in New York.
but has recently accepted an assignment with the Livermore Radiation Lab. He
and hi's wife live at 100 Kottinger Ave., Pleasanton.

CHARLES GATES '22 was in the San Francisco area recently attending the Heart
�----� -·��eiatien-c�vention. -Charlie i-s--executi;ve-'-dir-ec�or of ·th��Ma-s·sachus'etts-HeCtl"t
Association and lives at 34 Heather1and Rd., Newton Highlands, Mass.

� PLEASE! FILL OUT AND SEND IN YOUR "WHO'S WHO'�

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NU NEWS\islpublis;hed by the Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at the University'
of California for alUmni and friends, and in conjup,ction with the Nu of Tau Kappa
Epsilon Building A�sociation. News and changes of address should be sent to
Bill Donovan'6l, Chapter Alumni Relations Officer, Tau Kappa Epsilon, 2725
Chan.ning WaYa- Berkeley 4.
CorJ,"espondence pertaining to t�e Nu of Tau Kappa Eps�lon Building Associa�ion
. and their activities, as well as alumni activities, should be addressed tq StAo Goth,
Fr-ase. & Johnson Co., 1900 17th St •• San Francisco.