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"'Best Wishes for (9hristmas


NU N<EWS
an4' the (goming Year"!
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at the University of California
Volume 66, Nurriber 3 Berkeley; California

By ¥ike Dillon 168, P:rytanis'

, As the :Teke hous ' e enters the late sixties, we find ourselves in a position of enhanced
. �,re�tig�.� In th�' ar,�g. s.,2f.9_G-ng1a.sJi,C?,L .c�mp.uJLinYQLv....e..r;nent., social_r.. e-ILyta"ili:)..n,_",c,OID1TI..uni.::.._-, ­
- ty se'rvice and"iatrafIlurals; t:1n;� char>ter has nevei' looked better. However, ' .;this,.is not,
th:e�place to statt coastihg.
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, The most :j.rnp�rtant task before 'ls ts to maintain 'and if pO!?,,$ible improve the�C9' grade,
" point average whicn. we have beeh t'unning for the past year and a half .. (The TKE Natt¢nal
Conclave last summer awarded Us one trophy for the most improved schola.rship ort a: larg'e
campus;, and a.nG:1ther for the best scholarship on a large cam.pus.) With th¢ ma1'iy,area;s of
'iIlV'QlveTIlent tak€!fi OIl by the fraters it is often easy to sacrifice the Q<ioks for other fl1.inJ�s.
Web-ave to r'eITlE;!fuber not'to get into so many other interest9 ,that there is no tiri1:e �i;> stu(ly.
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CAMPUS ACTIVITIES

There are alsd a great many activities going on around carnpust,hisyear. ,A,lthoQ. h g
all of us will hot take paJtt 1n
all of them, it is at least necessary to what is know �,. gping
on and w:tlat the issues a,re'. l'�e C�titetlnialYea:t programs will attract our atteJ1tion, fo'r
one'thing. 'Then tliere'i§ fhe war, the up-coming presidential elections'ahd', other issiie�
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which will arise during the s<;:hQol year. "
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Qf couI:se, One doesn't need to' mefitiG'Ii the irnp'@':ttlffiee Qf tl).e socici l�id F sf c0''Heg�: ljie;
but to, sperid'too til1\t<tl1 time an It here would be like dfearning instead o{ H'vrrrg., i flliifR
the success,olir sodal ftlfictioris have met with is an adequate' co�rnmerrtUp0� f€'l'ee rb,yO�ve-:­
ment ih that 'area..
-� One'tliing tliat is serdom brougnCouCiIifo' the open is the 'amouiiTOf ti�P:�riFby me-ill':'"
bers in servl,<ze to. the cOfnfilUnity. Ma'ny of the £:raters' have.contributed rtiildlHfue arid' \

effort working with the Big Brother pro'gram, the West Oakland proj'ect, tutor-ial pro ' grams
and the Offic,e of Economic Opportunity. AU of this has been en a voiu.ritee:if basis and. has
beer; .brought about 1)y the efforts of individuals on their own initiative�

I. , INl'RAMURALS

This yea'r has seen us exc,el in iflttarhurals even more than in the p�st. This" I believe,
is due to the spirit of the house membershIp: both thos, e who participate in the SPPTtS and
the tremendous number of fraters who show up to cheer the tearn on, have m�intained and
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contributed to the spirit of fraternalism that. binds the tnefubers of our c hapter. , '
I am sure tllat the chapter w-ill<;:ontintl'e the exceHeh,f worK whi.c h it has begun tp.is ye ,
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and conduct a successfui ihfoi'rna-l :fush with the same'vigor tRat netted us thy.grea'tc , fifteen
TIlan pledge class we now' have. With these thoughts in m:idd� the @n1y' thing to �d(fiS: a
resolve to esta.blish deeper and better friendships- with fhe_ new tnembers b:f the)10u�se. ,
Friendship is the basi.s @f our fraternalism and £ra�ejjrialism i'S the Basls of qUe}' exisfence
as an organization.

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VIGOROUS FALL RUSH PROJ)UG�� ,


NU NEWS is publi$hed by the Tau EXCELLENT PLEDGE CLASS OF"lS
Kappa Epsilon Alumni Assoc;iation
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,Epsilon for alumni and .friends.
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News', changes of address, photos tains 15 fine rnen, the majority of whoJ:jl
and other items of interest should are freshmen. To date, the pledge class
, pe sent to the foHowipg address: has participatEld as'a whole in the pledge- .
active beer bust, the pledge sneak and the
Tau Kappa Epsi�ori llMonsoona, TunalI. pledge ritual. In the ,
Al�mnj. 'Records 'Office planning stages are the pledge dance, with
,2490 Channing ,Way "a medieval s"etting and "co.stumes; "a ple'dge,
,Berkeley,"CaJif. 94704 exchange; a pledge project,'painting the
halls and stairways of Nu Chapter; and of .
course f1helpll week tQfollow the�Fall '
.. ' Quarter break. '
. CHAW.c;. BS.... S-EEN :IN_KORMAL:"RUSl:L-��,�' c., '",·--As -indi�v-iduaf
; s,· s,ev:e�a+ 6¥'the",p'lecl,ge
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"For�ai rush in Septerri�er of this year '
and basketball -- and severa.l rrio.Hlare
was different from' those.\vitness·ed in the, involved in intramural sports; including"
past. The difference was due to the fact our undefeated football team.
. t-ha,t rushees we!e given dormitory :r:ooms Besides these activitie<;, our pledge
lto'li�e :in:,anp kept isola,ted from all frater-
:Bi�i
class is expected t
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m�n.: , ," of the preceding one by maintaining a high' ,
"il�': ,I �rning,' posed a pr:oblem. R),lsh vvas held over all grade point average. Last spririg"s
a: we�k ,eq,rtier than usual, in order not to " class had a GiPA of 2� 99; one of the very

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cpi �ide with use of;£
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' by Cal Prep. highest on ca±npu� - - and this fall'we
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sorority rush, which meant that there were ' [


Below are isted "the names of the new
no sorority,gfrls available for rush flinc- �
pledges, the r class years and horne towns:
�ions''9'.Q..til-t}le last night, when most'rush- 'I ,
ees�ba,g;.,alreadyrnade
, the fateful decision.
"We/planJled�G gr,e at partifs on Monclay ,Frank Blu:mer
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�71 Pasadena
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, sd4Y'I'nght,s" WIth a b;;l.lld and lIght Russ 'Calvert '7l Sa� , Frandsco
shows , . 'Neither carne off wefl at all be- G erry C�orley'ill Tulare'
c:aus
, e of the lack Qf girls. qur,afternoon Bob DecIc<fo'6,9 SacraIrtehto
rushing- apd W,ednesday night! party ll1ust Dave Dem�tteis '71 South San
have paid 0ff, however, sinc;e we managed I Francisco'
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to obtain .fifteen new pledges. The number Dave Eandi '7l San Fr
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- '-"-,u'f�ple(il:ge'S, one 6£t1\e


� 'largest Classes ta- " -'-Joe'Gclrrett'70--,-'� Berkeley' ,."
'.-'kenon<;:a.rnpns; co:rnbined with the quality Bob "Lacey 1'71 Bu�lingame .. ,

.':'�£ the rne�inyolved,, :qiade of our ple�ge TimL'evin:'71 'Va.-n Nuys' '
'<"class th.e best on, campus. " Stu Pivriick'7l Sa'n FranciscO
Fall rush is only the beginning of another Jack c;2uatman '69 Mountain View'
year here at Cal, but if'the beginning is Ken Richardson 171 San Francisco
any indication of things to follow, we can RussT:ahir'7l San Francisco
look forward to another successful season Bob Testa '69 San Francisco
-. f,()r :theChapt��!______ ') Dave Thompson '70 ,San Francisco
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OLD UC's lOOTH YEAR... �The Univ��s'ity of 'california began


its 100th year in October; With the opening of the Fall Quarter
on the Berkeley campus, some 2 8,850 students began the latest
chapter of a story that started on October 9, 1867, in Oakland.
It was on that date that the trustees of th,e College of California
voted to donate the college and, Berkeley land to the' State.

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An afternoon of Intramural fontball; In f(3reground,wearing white shirt$ are Teke'


fraters, left ,to right:-' BiB Brunsten '69;- Steve Smith 168; Ken II Bardeao.x" Bardezia-h
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'68;-and Steve Bollinger'64, ,alurrHius ..

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TEKE INTRAMURAL SEASON UNDERGRADUATE L,IBRARY ,-'

Teke' si�tramural prospects .have never Construction recently started on .the


looked better. - After finishing lCHh last new Moffit Undergraduate Library whic, h:
,year, out of 44 houses, we are.hoping for will rise next to California Hall and take
a place in i,he ,money this year. a portion of University Drive; -The Drive
Doing well in intramurals not only will will",be blocked of£. during c'onstruction
gain us respect on campus and lift Chap­ and perhaps permanently dosed' on its
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ter ITlorale, but also does.a-.good deal. to present course.


aid the rusp.;p.rogram, which is always o-f The library; wnich is expected to open
prime importance. in late 1970,is desinged to meet the book
The marlager this year is Warren New'- needs of most Jir_st,and second year stu-"
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I�---''''-'-�"",'",...- 'i;--'-'I 6 �;,:- o�r all.;; Universtty- -s:w
.... d-ents- p'lu� �any�of-t:b:e-mo'r-e a:dvcC1nc�ed-'-: � ,�"""-�
cha-vnpiQD:".W)),o: led the te"am. to the- cham­ stud ents . _ ' : . "
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pionship last 'year. Football, which has Na,;med fol" the late University_Regent
be,en o'!lr' we9l-�;suit, lookS more promising, · IS:.
Jarnes Moffit-" the new libTary will
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as witne,ssed by our, first game upset Of be located just northwest of the Main
SAE� Ba_seball, in which we hq,ve wQn the Library. Most of the cost of the struc­
All:- UniversIfy championship in three out ture,design�d 'by a San F:rancisco archi-:­
of the last fOUl;" years, will also
, remain tectural firm,will come from a state bond
in our 'grasp a's will swimming. issue approved by California
. voters in the
The men to lookfor this year wil-l be: election of 1966.
"Duke" Allen, "Bardeaux" Bardezian, In additiori to books C}nd study space,.
"Grangerll Green; "Bee" Brunsten; the five story building will house a blind
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"BarnowP' Bucheister; l1Rhino11 Reinhart; 1 ;
students' reading center a periodical.'
"Hogbody" Weiss and "the leapingll Pard­ room, typing and readi-pg roomS',and,a
man. tape and record center. There will a-lso
With these men and helpfrom t:b,e re-: be 1 2 classrooms. The.new library is ex­
mainder of thefraters, . the intramural pected to relieve congestion in�-the Main'
season looms as a success. Library.
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�r(Jfi;A,RD V" L"DOSE.LY r 33.. receptly re­ CAFL Wi':A�'li}!:�s.ON'57 is ' deputy <list.,.,:
tlJ.r:ned· frQIP a touf orEuiQP�, visitil1g' rid, attorIl¢.y orAlameda Gourity'. Be is
-lQf,,!,:�olln:tri��-.a·ncl atte.. ndirig' the,.Oi::tbb�r- .. op'spe<;:i(,!.l assignment from the ,district .. "

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f�rr-�d to llh� ChicagQ' �brk�gfBethlE\h�rn ROBE;R T KEAS�EY'55 is a, ,flight offic.er
$teei as assistant:works industrialehgi - with' United Airrines..,based at Lop. Al'lg:el-es
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. _ t�eirRontng'Hills-h�me,,�e4ching school .' . is at 43.4
,July.' The family J::esid�nce
in Pilos Verd;es f01;l:"'the·mixt. ew rnorit�hs. Marymont, PIacep.tia..
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HOMER M.BEATTIE .126 retiredlast.
- with a:rW TKE'§ living 'in the <;:;hica,go in,ea."
Aug;ust,aitcH 42 years of service
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is Box 4§3, Ross.
their JOdi" thi..1dre�,:havklived in. Tucson .
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f .�e Jast:ll . years. ' Jirrt: is:assistan:t
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. . ROBIN C. HARRlS '561s the owne·r-direei
man�ge'i iil Hughes Aircraft's Tucson.
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which his' company,'SOuthern Pacifli'G,-
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' (plans,fo vis,.lt the Chapte:r,. . him in 1957. Frater Ward and his"£-a:mily
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n_e¥(: nurriaI1}riendstdps. The fam·ily's NOW-DECEASED:
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