Just let me say that I enjoy the adel dialogue that goes on from time to time.
Brings back great memories. If it wasn't for you I would not be in touch with some of my contemporaries as I am now - even thought it's just through email.
Stu Erwin '67
Don't know about the letter, but we were bumming.
Our pledge class that year had 10 sophomores and 4 freshman. Mahoney was a freshman, good guy, the girls liked him which brought more to our parties. Noch was a junior, OK, bit of a nut, great girl friend. And, we needed the dues. later, another frosh, flunked out.
The next year, we had 18 pledges - and two transfered and two got kicked out. Everytime we took a few steps forward in growing, we got knocked a few more steps back.
Even my pledge class, 20 pledges. 2 de-pledged, 1 flunked out....and four were seniors.
We were (still are) a little nuts, but we had a ball. Nice to know that "dead Heads" were pretty much a constant...we had a few too. I sent you an E-mail a while ago when I first found your site about the epic loss of charter saga. I'm sure if you asked Ryan, he would share some of his info with you. I'm willing to answer any questions you may want to pose about the early 90s and I'm sure if you posted something on Ryan's site about where to send contributions you could get more material than you know what to do with.
George Purple Hayes