The Phi Gamma Delta Volume 5-6

The Phi Gamma Delta Volume 5-6

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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. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...number eight. Of these Chi will lose with the Senior class, W. C. DeWitt, who will go next year to the General Theological Seminary, New York, and E. S. Wells, who will probably go to Nashotah. Besides Bros. DeWitt and Wells, Bro. Steel intends to leave Racine and complete his college course at the Harvard Law School, and I expect to go next year to the Rensseller Polytechnic Institute, at Troy. This will leave Chi with only four men to begin next year, and, although her founders will all have left her when Bros. Wells and Steel go, I have no fear concerning her safety. She has now a good hall and is established on firm foundations which nothing short of the destruction of the college itself can shake. With her best wishes to the Journal and her sister chapters. I remain Yours Fraternally. R. M. Edwahds. RIIO DEl'TERON. Wooster, O., June 6, '83. Editors Journal: --Another year's fraternity work is fast drawing to a close and with it ha.-, come the necessary preparations for a new year's profit for P F J. Early we trembled lest the frost might chill the newly sprouted germ; later we eagerly watched to see if the more hardy stock would survive the long continued drouth, but thanks to "the early and the later rain" it rallied, invigorated, bloomed, and is now ready for the harvest. We greatly regret the loss of our four Seniors, and especially that of H. C. Black, who has labored so diligently for the cause of P V J. At the beginning of next year we will have eleven staunch men imbued with true Phi Gam principles, and will start out with prospects second to no fraternity represented here, that is if prospects be not wholly dependent on numbers. J 0 outnumbers us, having at present eighteen men; and as far as is known will lose but...
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 327g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236835468
  • 9781236835468