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Founder fogarty Honor Guest at Alpha's Founders' Day Smoker By
HENRY VIOHL, JR.
Pledges: Jesse Barfield, Julius Burgess, Robert Murphey, D. B. Rustin, Paul Viohl. Initiates: John Remington, Charleston, S.C. Alpha celebrated Founders' Day with an informal smoker held in our apartment. We had the distinct honor of having with us one of the two living founders, Simon Fogarty (the only reason Harry Mixson was not present was that business kept him away) and two of the original chapter, James Fogarty and Thomas F. Mosimann. In the talks by various alumni, Brother Fogarty told of the founding of Pi Kappa Phi and rejoiced to see that the ideals on which Pi Kappa Phi were founded are still the ideals which bind Pi Kapps together today. Brother Mosimann stressed the high scholarship standard of Pi Kappa Phi all over the U.S. and also remarked on the growth of the fraternity in twenty-seven years. A party given by the pledges on December 23 for the chapter was thoroughly enjoyed by the members and the many alumni who were present. Alpha has inaugurated an efficiency contest based on competency and honors earned in chapter affairs, extra-curricular activities, and athletics.
Beta Boasts of Football, Baseball and Basketball Captains By G.
0 lficefS: Archon, H . A. Copeland; treasurer, C. W. Graham; secretary, F. B. Pinson; historian, J. C. McCaskill; warden, M. H. Hunter, Jr.; chaplain, H. L. Nettles. On the field of sports Beta continues to hold an outstanding record. The chapter boasts of six men who received football letters and F. B. Pinson was elected captain of next year's eleven. Pledge J. B. Copeland was not only selected as an all-state end 22
of S.C., but also was honored with the same position on the all-S.I.A.A. eleven. In basketball, the varsity squad, of which Charlie Barrett is captain, is practically composed of Pi Kapps, including: C. W. Adams, H. L. Nettles, J. B. Copeland, and H. A. Copeland. In baseball, Beta also has a strong representation. H. A. Copeland is captain of the varsity team. Ben Covington was recently elected editor-in-chief of the Blue Stocking and J. C. McCaskill, business manager of the same publication. Both are members of Gamma Sigma and Sigma Upsilon honoraries. C. W. Adams is president of the junior class and Pledge Perrin is vice-president of the freshman class. F. B. Pinson is president of the Musketeers Club. Pledge Ratterree is the leader of the fireman's group.
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C. W. Grafton is professor of English at Presbyterian College. H. T. Swedenburg is at the University of North Carolina, working for a Ph.D. degree. J. R. Kennedy and P. A. Roberts are ministerial students at Union Seminary, Richmond, Va. Fred Stallworth is working in Tampa, Fla. T. J. Blalock is coaching and teaching in Union, S.C.
Epsilon Celebrates Founders' Day with Informal Affair By JoHN BoYD Pledges: W. G. Cole. Officers: Allen H. Whitehead, archon; James J. Stewart, treasurer; Jack Williams, secretary; John E. Boyd, historian; W. W. Caligan, chaplain; W. B. Corbin, warden. The chapter celebrated Founders' Day with an informal affair at the chapter hall. Jack Williams, who arranged the program, acted as toastmaster. Guests includ ed Brotl1er and Mrs. G. R. Vowles, E. A. Beaty, chapter adviser, District Archon Reginald Price of Charlotte, and C. M. Dunn, Jr., of the Charlotte
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