The Delta of Sigma Nu fraternity, Volume 16

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Page 18 - Has there any old fellow got mixed with the boys? If there has, take him out without making a noise; Hang the almanac's cheat and the
Page 291 - Tis not the whole of life to live, nor all of death to die,
Page 50 - the waistcoat. The best authorities upon the subject recognize that it is only proper to wear the pin as near the heart as possible. But at Yale several of the local societies make a specialty of wearing their pins, which are small, in their cravats. A queer
Page 313 - matters concerning the system of fraternal organizations existing in the colleges and universities of the United States. It contains : a chapter on the features common to the majority of the fraternities ; a full account of the Genera/, Local, Ladies', Professional and Honorary Fraternities; chapters concerning the inactive organizations; miscellaneous societies; a directory of chapters, giving the names of the institutions in which the chapters are located
Page 50 - College street, and are dubbed by her rivals 4*3 College. A knowledge of these localisms is interesting to all fraternity men and shows at Yale that a fraternity is recognized more by its habitation than its pin.
Page 130 - so slow. And the gold grew dim and the purple light, Like an army with banners passed from sight?
Page 191 - few leads, little side indentation and as few paragraphs as possible—not over one to each name entry. What I consider the essentials that should appear in a chapter list are the full name, occupation, address and college degrees. In addition should be mentioned one or two of the most prominent facts in a man's life, if
Page 185 - and, with some knowledge of cataloguemaking and the printing business, I do not consider that an ■over-estimate. Another Fraternity is reported to have had internal dissensions which threatened its ruin because an assessment of $11 per capita was levied to pay for an edition of its catalogue. It has been rumored that another Fraternity repudiated a
Page 189 - to show with the utmost fairness what the members of the Fraternity have accomplished in the world. To this end, it should give the most credit and the most space to the biographies of those who have been the most successful and achieved the most. If one member

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