PHI SIGS—FRONT ROW: B. Baker, treasurer; R. Mansur,
secretary; K. Sloan, vice-president; M. Richard, president; J.
Andrus, sentinel; J. Barker, inductor. SECOND ROW: B. May,
R. Krewson, rush chairman; J. Hambrick, D. Etlinger, G. Garner,
social chairman; R. Descant, B. Mosk, R. Burrus, S. Richard, B,
Morgan, P. Sebesta, sweetheart; M. Smith, pledge trainer; J.
Stewart, C. Miller, D. Kabel, R. White, I.F.C. representatives; G,
Goodman, S. Hughes, B. Bage, M. Riddle, J. Steeg, J. Goad.
Phi Sigs lead scholastically
Number one in scholarship in
the fraternity system were the
men of Phi Sigma Kappa. Organized to better the members
of the fraternity, the Phi Sigs
have been guided by Bob May as
The Phi Sigs aimed their
brotherhood toward leadership
and scholarship. Yet they sponsored an all-greek T.G.I.F. party
at their house and had their an
nual Spring Formal. In the fall,)
the Phi Sigs participated in various campus activities, such as
Senior Week and intramurals.
Individual members of the chapter participated in the Honors
Program University Festival.
Outstanding Phi Sigs were
Randy White, scholarship chairman for IFC; Tom Hunter,
Spirits, and Jack Hambrick,
Mike Richards, ROTC.
Above, Phi Sig sweetheart, Lynda
Johnson, Pam Sebesta receives the
title for next year, left. Brothers
work diligently in Wacky Relays.