The Sigma Chi Quarterly: The Official Organ of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Volume 41

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The Fraternity, 1922 - Greek letter societies
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Page 17 - One who never turned his back, but marched breast forward, Never doubted clouds would break; Never dreamed, though right were worsted, wrong would triumph; Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better Sleep to wake.—Robert Browning.
Page 436 - blow ? Then turn from blotted archives of the past And find the future's pages white as snow. Art thou a mourner? Rouse thee from thy spell! Art thou a sinner? Sins may be forgiven. Each morning gives thee wings to flee from hell. Each night a star to guide thy soul to heaven.
Page 37 - tell the latest. Writ in perfectly style and most earliest. Do a murder get commit we hear and tell of it. Do a mighty chief die, we publish it, and in borders of somber. Staff has each one been college, and writ like the Kipling and the Dickens. We circulate every town and extortionate not for
Page 524 - why God made the gem so small, and why so huge the granite; because God meant mankind should set the higher value on it.
Page 499 - is a fraternity's shield to protect not individuals, but the Fraternity, from those who would injure it. It should never be cast with a prejudiced mind, or a selfish thought. Remember, it is a serious thing to constitute one's self jury and executioner in one single act
Page 499 - A black ball is not a dagger for a coward's use with which to even up an old score. It is not a brush with which to besmirch the character of one who may hold different views from yours. A
Page 17 - I am neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet, but I am
Page 37 - A North Carolina negro was brought out on the gallows to be hanged for murder. "Henry," said the sheriff, "have you anything to say ?" "Yes suh," said the condemned man, "I'se got a few words to say. I merely wished to state dat dis suttinly is going to be a lesson for
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Page 645 - for the figurehead of a fraternity, even if that dignitary fails to come around and smoke cigarettes with the boys as often as they might desire. At the same time, the mere name of a political leader who happens to be several

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