Caduceus, Volume 38, Issue 3

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Page 218 - This courtesy is greatly appreciated, and it was moved and carried that the secretary be instructed to...
Page 200 - ... scholarship of their students further study and attention. By the use of a standard form it should be possible for an officer of each fraternity to have scholastic data on every member in each of his chapters not later than two months after the close of the semester or year. This will enable him not only to summarize and analyze the data but place the summary with comments in the hands of the chapter officer before college opens in the fall. During my three years as Scholarship Commissioner for...
Page 265 - Commonwealth ave., Boston, Mass. Alumnus Adviser — John M. DeBell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DISTRICT II.— New York, Pennsylvania East of Harrisburg and New Jersey. DGM— WW Wyckoff, Hotel St.
Page 263 - Superior B. & L. Assn., Taylor Arcade. DINNER first Fridays, 6:30, Wohl's restaurant, W. 3d st.
Page 265 - ... Adviser — Prof. C. Arthur Lindemann, Lewisburg, Pa. BETA-DELTA— Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa.; John M.
Page 198 - ... its purpose. Good scholarship should be the result of fraternity effort rather than the basis for the existence of the fraternity. The use of Fraternity Endowment Funds for deserving students by some fraternities is evidence of the attitude of fraternities toward scholarship. Fraternities are being charged with encouraging their members to pick easy courses according to a recent article in "School and Society.
Page 201 - ... of his work or have a passing grade in all subjects for a definite length of time before he can be initiated, a considerable part of the scholarship trouble will be solved. The proper use of the "big brother" system should also be of material assistance.
Page 265 - Strong, 614 City Bank bdg., Syracuse, NY GAMMA-UPsILON — Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ ; Stephen Sayer, K 2 House, 38 College ave.
Page 202 - While there are many other phases of scholarship of fraternity men, I wish at this time to call your attention primarily to the necessity of : 1. A standardized form for reporting scholarship by each individual fraternity chapter. 2. A standardized report or chart comparing the college averages of each fraternity, all general or social fraternities, professional fraternities, sororities, house clubs, locals, honor fraternities, all men and non-fraternity men, properly grouped and rated with the university...
Page 265 - DGM'S, AA'S, CORRESPONDENTS DISTRICT I.— The New England States. DGM — Charles I. Gates, 94 Kenwood st., Dorchester (Boston 24), Mass. Psi— University of Maine, Orono, Me.; Stanley B.

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