Since it appears that our mid ‘60’s representation is lacking, I found these composites (see below) in the attic and are now sharing them with everyone.
Back then we had a housemother live-in as required by University/fraternity regulation to have co-ed visitation. Lucille served in that role and “Giffy” made sure the brothers and pledges and co-ed guests were treated royally. Wednesday nite was always the signature nite when coeds and prime potential pledges were invited to dinner, as we “put on the dog”- sirloin or ribeye steaks and all the trimmings. By 10 pm all the coeds were gone - and there was no upstairs visitation, only then would Lucille retire to her chambers. Hanky-panky was well outside the box. Different world now.
Hopefully some of my brothers and pledges of this era tune in to the website and reminisce. I have only been in contact with a couple, but my memories of our lives (and some loves) remain.
Richard McLean '68