The History of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

The History of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...the paper's Greek motto, which was translated. "The staff is greater than the broom." During the spring, by-laws were adopted, which provided for a manuscript paper by this name to he read monthly in the chapter. The first number of T/Ir Cane and Broom was read September 24. 1881, and the paper was still continued in 1900, when the writer was furnished with a sketch of the chapter on which this account is based. head, Wabash, '73; A. C. Harris, Butler, '62; Casabianca Byfield, Franklin, 'oo. However, the Indianapolis alumni did not organize until a year afterward. An alumni chapter was established at Louisville, Ky., by C. L. Goodwin, of Sellersburg, Ind., a neighboring town. An application for charter, dated December 26, 1879, was signed by. J. Cooke, Centre, '56; J. G. Simrall, Centre, '57; T. W. Bullitt, Centre, '58; E. O. Guerrant, Centre, '6o; W. B. Fleming, Centre, '64; J. S. Boyle, Centre, '66; G. H. Mourning, Centre, '66; John Cochran, Centre, '78; J. E. Hays, Hanover, '78; B. J. Baldwin, Randolph-Macon, '75: W. F. Harris, Richmond, '78. An organization was effected, January 13, 1880, in Bullitt's law office. October 27, 1880, they were chartered as Kentucky Alpha Alumni. H. H. Weber, of the Gettysburg chapter, aided greatly by W. H. H. Raleigh, a member of the old Northwestern chapter, succeeded in establishing an alumni chapter at Baltimore, Md. Five Phis met at the residence of W. F. Smith, July 21, 1880, and proceeded to organize. W. H. H. Raleigh, Northwestern, '6o; W. J. Thomas, Emory, '8o; W. S. Bryan, Jr., Virginia, '80; J. L. Armstrong, Randolph-Macon, '78; W. F. Smith, Richmond, '76, and H. H. Weber, more

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