The Scroll of Phi Delta Theta, Volume 22

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Phi Delta Theta Fraternity., 1898
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Page 504 - sought students of decided literary tastes, it soon acquired a distinctive literary character. . . . The youngest chapters at Johns Hopkins, Minnesota and Chicago indicate a change of policy in regard to the extension of the fraternity, further emphasized by the establishment of the two chapters in Canada.
Page 644 - Indiana state Phi Delta Theta convention was held at Indianapolis. It was the first state convention with chapter representation held by any fraternity. In 1878 the Indiana Phi Delta Theta association was formed ; it is the oldest state association of any fraternity. Since then the Phis in other states have formed associations, and since
Page 508 - volume of some 1,700 pages, leaving nothing to be desired in the way of completeness, and which probably marked the point of extreme advance in this direction. Since then there has been a decided tendency to revert to the simplicity of former times, and to replace these bulky memorabilia volumes with handy name-lists of the members.
Page 504 - and one which has no parallel in the records of other fraternities, was the existence, during the war, of a chapter in the Confederate army, composed of members serving under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, in the Army of the Tennessee. It was called the 'Constantine chapter,
Page 507 - The journal of ATA, theretofore called The Crescent, was rechristened The Rainbow, out of compliment to the older order. At the time of the union only two chapters, viz., those at the University of Mississippi and Vanderbilt, were actually alive. The chapters at Southwestern and the University of Texas went into * A
Page 13 - If it shall, through its influence, contribute, even in the smallest degree, to strengthening the ties which should exist between all geographical sections of our common country, I shall feel that it has accomplished one of the objects which led me to take an
Page 218 - that can compare with ours for beauty, conforming to regulation, quality of jeweling, variety and workmanship. The above statement is a broad one, but inspection of the samples shown by our travelers and ' silent drummers' (approval packages), will prove the assertion. We have been originators and leaders in fraternity jewelry for years, and

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