New members were “tapped” on Thursday, January 13, 1972
beginning at 8pm
Upsilon participated in a Greek Letter Club Prayer Meeting on
January 25, 1972
Upsilon executed the event, “Musical Pomposity” on February
26th. Jim Agee was the General Director with assistance from Don Bennett and
Sadie Hawkins was held on Saturday, April 29th. Entertainment
at Sadies included “the Armpits” and the “Tyde Brothers” 59 couples attended
Sadies and 1 “single”. A “Chase Day” was also held.
A Constitution Revision Committee was formed on January 19,
1972. Jim Agee was the chair, and Ray Newton, Elven Chatfield, Ed Routon, and
Duane Kennison were members. The decision was made to make structural changes,
not changes in content.
Informal Induction began at 8pm on January 28, 1972.
Upsilon accepted Chi’s challenge to a softball game that was
played on April 22, 1972
A retreat was held at the “Blue Hole” on April 30, 1972.
The Executive Committee for the fall 1973 semester was
installed on April 26, 1972.
A “Senior Banquet” was held at the Lake Ocoee Inn.
The club voted to have a Sergeant-at-Arms on January 12, 1972
President Livingston appointed Nick Humble as the first
Historian on May 3, 1972. His initial duties were to maintain the “club
scrapbook” that had fallen into disarray.