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is from Greenville, S.C., and during his freshman year at 'Tech he was given more publicity in the sport columns of the local papers than any other member of the squad. Although this is his first year on the varsity, he has not failed to live up to his reputation and the expectations of the sports writers-starring in the Florida and the California games. Ish Williams is probably the most accomplished swimmer that southern collegiate swimming has seen in many years. Checking over the rolls of the other minor sports, we find on the track team Brother McGraw and Pledge McMillan; on the lacrosse team Brothers McCamy and Hatcher; and in the boxing ring we find Brother Whitley. The evening of December 10 found the members and pledges of the Georgia Tech Chapter joined with the other Pi Kapps of Atlanta and vicinity in gala celebration of the twenty-seventh Founders' Day of our fraternity, at a banquet held at the Ansley Hotel. After being entertained and informed of the merits of Pi Kappa Phi by our alumni, we assembled at the studios of WSB, from which station we broadcasted a "Pi Kappa Phi Birthday Party," under direction of Ray Nixon. Iota was host at one of the most successful social events of the season on November 21, in honor of the 1931 pledges. Plans are being made for a much more elaborate affair to be given on April 1, at one of Atlanta's country clubs. This will be the annual dance given by the chapter and pledges. We hope that many brothers from other chapters will be able to attend . A lum ni Persona ls

John Frank Stewart married Miss Virginia Morris on December 24, 1931.

Preston Barber was married to Miss Janet Campbell on November 9, 1931.

"Mu Musings" Is Latest Chapter Publication to Appear By JosEPH L. SKINNER Pledges : Robert Dick, Canton; Alfred Reichman, Washington. 0 fficers: Brewster Snow, archon; Robert Fisher, treas路 urer; Wilbur Sachsenmaier, secretary; Joseph Skinner, historian; Dan Merritt, chaplain; Robert Atkins, war路 den. John Brownlee was Mu's contribution to football this season and he saw action in every Duke game, starring in several of them. He is the fastest back on the squad and was a very valuable player, making manY gains for Duke. This was Wallace Wade's first year at Duke after his successful regime at Alabama and quite naturally the spotlights of the nation were turned toward his new team. Now that football is over, Brownlee has started working out for indoor track in preparation for the southern meet to be held in March at Chapel Hill. Brother Fulmer will be with Brownlee in the track meet, broad jumping. Mu sent three delegates to the Roanoke conclave and they brought back great news to the boys of a good time and lots learned. Under the direction of Brothers Atkins and Skinner, the chapter brought out its first issue of the new publication, Mtt Musings, which was sent to every chapter and all of Mu's alumni. We hope it was of some interest to the read路 ers and we would welcome any suggestions for our next issue this spring.

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But what torments oF pain you endured "Some of your ills you have cured, from evils that never arrived." ..