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Butler Un ver s ity operate s under a special charter granted by he I ndian a Leg is l a ture in 1849 o It is located in Irvingt on ~ a suburb of Indianapolis . In 1915 Butler had a student enr ol lmen t of about fi ve hundred , but has g adually increased this unt il to ay the at tendance is over s i teen hundred . Butler has always maintai ned h igh scholastic requirements, r anking favorably with any co llege or university in the middle west ~ Since 1920 Butler has gained national recognition in all branche s of athletics . At the present time there are f ive n ational fraternit ies on the campus Phi Delta Theta, Si gma Chi, Delt a Tau Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Nu. There are also five locals, all pet i tion ing prominent National Fraternities. The number of sor or i t ies is t en . Bu tler Universi t y r e cent l y bought fo r a new home one of t h e city ' s most be au tiful parks , Fa irv iew , and already building operations are in process. The ' first uni t of three buildings , costing well over one million do ll ars, will be comple t ed in t ime f or the open 1ng of the Fall t erm in l928 o Work on three more units, each compr is ing three bu i l dings , will be started as soon as poss ible All buildi ngs wi ll be constructed of Bedford stone and will be of Gothic design . Construction work on a s tad ium will t rt i n June , as wel l as a field ouse o The firs will h ave a seating c apacity of 25 ,000 (bui l t so that an increase to 60,000 is possibl e and the latt e r will have 16,000 se ating capacity . The f acul ty is be ing inc r eased in accordance with the growth of the sc ool and now number s among i ts personnel many professors of national prominenc e . When the University mov e s to its ne campus in the Fall of 1928, it is expected that the enrol l ment will be increased t three thousand ,



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History of Kappa De l ta Pi In the Spring of 1926 , a gr oup of men met to discuss the fo r m tion of a fra tern ity base d on true fellowship. The founding of Kapp a Delta Pi resulte d from this mee ting and had on its roll t h e name s of seven charter members. Lafrence Kelsey George Henderson Kent Beech er Brazer Beecher Herbert Whi t e Kent Dorman Eugene Campbell Kapp a Delta Pi is founded on¡ t h at greatest of all stories Damon and Pythias and its members are striving to l i ve the ideals as set forth in that story. High scholastic work is required of 11 active members and ple dges. From t he beginning, the National Fr a ernities on the campus as well as the Interfr at ernity Counc il have acc ord ed Kappa Delta Pi recognition of wh ich every member is proud . The Fraternity and its members have been wel l re pres ented in all campus activities and also have taken prominen t part in intermur al athlet ics . A majority of the members of Kappa De lta Pi are entirely self-supporting. Although t he Frate rnity scholas tic standings have not been published for last term , it is generally conceded on the campus that Kappa Delta Pi will lead all with a grade of 78.8 percent . The general av erage for 1926 was about 75 . Only four men will be lost at the end of the present term , Three of these will enter Indiana Un iversity School of Medicin • At the p esent time, the Fr aternity is renting a large house on Irvington Avenue, near the Universi t ye Alre ady plans are being formulate d for the building of a home near the new campus at Fairview Parko The Fraternity has n o debts and is in good financial condition. Kappa Delta Rho appeal s to us bec au se i t has t he same principles and ideals as Kappa Del t a Pi, ac cording o Professor Ra tt i , a But ler faculty member and a charte r membe r of Kappa Delt a Rho. Vie have no narrow relig i ous restrictions which we believe to be a s t and fair policy . We be l i e ve in

t r ue fe llo sh i p a d h av e n o g'"'e t oc i al re q irement t h at m ~ n a i ona.l u a i ons e quire . We t ake a m bec ause w be lieve i s a man i n eve r y sens of t he word and i s one who wil l acc e p our te achings an l i ve them~ If we ar e gran ted a. chart er i n Kappa Da l Rho we wi l l t rive to our utmos t to l ive up to i t s i de als and t r adi t i o s.

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