Kappa Alpha Theta, Volume 24

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Fraternity, 1910
 

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Page 136 - the utilization of the resources of modern science to improve the home life; the freedom of the home from the dominance of things and their due subordination to ideals; the simplicity in material surroundings which will free the spirit for the more important and permanent interests of the home and of society.
Page 236 - conference, to meet each year for the purpose of discussing questions of mutual interest, and of presenting to the fraternities represented such recommendations as the said conference may deem wise, it being understood that the functions of such conference shall be purely advisory.
Page 50 - The Eighth Panhellenic Conference was called to order Friday, September 17, 1909, at 3 PM by Miss LP Green, Kappa Alpha Theta, presiding officer. Miss Edith Stoner, Kappa Kappa Gamma, acted as secretary. The following delegates presented credentials and were duly enrolled: Pi Beta Phi, Miss
Page 53 - The following recommendations were adopted by the Eighth Panhellenic conference: 1. That the fraternities be asked to vote on the following question: That there be no rushing before matriculation. Matriculation to be defined as the day of enrollment as a student in the university or college.
Page 145 - Extreme busyness whether at school or college, kirk or market, is a symptom of deficient vitality; and a faculty for idleness implies a catholic appetite and a strong sense of personal identity.
Page 107 - Tiffany & Co. Diamond and Gem Merchants FRATERNITY JEWELRY Designs and estimates prepared upon short notice for emblem pins, rings, and fobs; also class cups, trophies, etc. COLLEGE STATIONERY Note papers with monograms in color; invitations to commencement and class-day exercises, menus, dance orders; also dies for stamping corporate and fraternity seals Fifth Avenne & 37th Street New York
Page 217 - Tiffany & Co. Diamond and Gem Merchants FRATERNITY JEWELRY Designs and estimates prepared upon short notice for emblem pins, rings, and fobs; also class cups, trophies, etc. COLLEGE STATIONERY Note papers with monograms in color; invitations to commencement and class-day exercises, menus, dance orders; also dies for stamping corporate and fraternity seals Fifth Avenue & 37th Street New York
Page 315 - Tiffany & Co. Diamond and Gem Merchants FRATERNITY JEWELRY Designs and estimates prepared upon short notice for emblem pins, rings, and fobs; also class cups, trophies, etc. COLLEGE STATIONERY Note papers with monograms in color; invitations to commencement and class-day exercises, menus, dance orders; also dies for stamping corporate and fraternity seals Fifth A venae & 37th Street New York
Page 53 - It is recommended to the Grand Presidents that there be a revision of the local Panhellenic constitutions, in order that certain points not included in the present constitutions may be provided for. This work is now in the hands of a committee, and will first be presented to the Grand presidents, and
Page 54 - Motion carried that a committee be appointed to investigate the facilities offered by various colleges and universities for formal entertainments given by students. The committee is to inquire as to where entertainments are now held, and what is being done by faculties to improve conditions.

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