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On the night of December 10, Omicron Chapter appropriately observed Founders' Day with a formal banquet, at which fifty-five were present. Several alumni from Omicron and other chapters attended. James P. Lynch served well in the position of toastmaster. Leo H. Pou, supreme secretary, was present and gave us an inspiring talk. Theodore Jackson followed him with a full account of the history of the fraternity. Pledge Kennedy, president of our White Diamond Club, gave a freshman's impressions of the fraternity. Several of the visiting brothers were called on and

Robert M. Mundine is now practicing law in Tar rant City, Ala. Walter E. Hovater is now on the coaching staff o the University of Alabama. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Langley of Sylacauga announC1 the marriage of their daughter, Rowena, to Johr Alexander Shinn, on Sunday, January 3. Mr. and :Mrs Shinn will be at home on Broadway Street, Syla cauga, Ala. Hal W. Howard married Miss Myrtle Victori• 'Hinkle of Birmingham, Ala.

Prominent Athletes at Oglethorpe University

rendered short, impromptu speeches. Prominent among the chapter's guests on this occasion were: Thomas Byrne, Alpha Pi; Edward Beason, Alpha Eta; J. P. Burchfield, Walter Hovater, and Francis Fletcher, Omicron. Clyde Pearson of Montgomery furnished us with attractive place cards, and Mother Fitzpatrick most capably attended to the food. To her also all credit must be given for the elaborately decorated tables. After the banquet all the brothers gathered around the fire for a "bull session." Three members of Pi Kappa Phi have recently received recognition as scholars on the university campus. Wood Rowe Purcell was elected to Tau Beta Pi in his junior year; Brothers William C. Davis and Henry H . Mize have been initiated into Phi Beta Kappa. It is quite unusual for any social fraternity to be represented in these organizations with this many men. Theodore Jackson, president of the student body, went to Toledo, Ohio, during the holidays. He attended the National Student Federation of America and was selected to preside over the discussions on the honor system. Brother Jackson is recognized over the nation as an outstanding authority on this phase. Omicron Chapter had the misfortune to have its house badly burned during the holidays, but reconstruction has already been begun. The damage was fully covered by insurance.

Alumni Personals Ellen Parker Mize, Jr., is now residing at 4004 University Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa, and he is on the editorial staff of the D es Moines Tribune.


h b Claud Herrin made the 1931 College Httmor All tl American baseball team. His position is third basr ti and he is considered by our coaches as one of the bes p athletes in the history of our school. He has serve' c as captain of the three major sports at Oglethorpe. 0. Frank Anderson, Jr., son of Coad1 Frank Anderson b: has played varsity football for three years and has beer outstanding as a kicker and ball carrier. He will hoi B down the keystone bag on the 1932 baseball teafll th The 1932 baseball will complete Frank's athletic career \1( at Oglethorpe. He has already received five athletiC letters. Park Brinson, ard1on of our chapter, was high poin1 man in intramural sports. Phil Hildreth and Jack John ston also made their letters in intramural sports f or 11 the same year. Pi Kappa Phi won second place, bein[ 01 beaten by five points only. w Eddie Anderson, brother of Frank, won the cross· 10 country race staged recently at Oglethorpe. The race was entered by all classes and Eddie, of the freshmaP class, won.

Tau Chapter Plans Big Things for the New Year By


Pledges: Bill Sloan, Wilmington, N.C.; Dan Woold' ridge, Laconia, N.H. 0 fficers: L. C. Hubbard, Jr., archon; H. Harris, treas· mer; A. L. Stubing, secretary; C. H. Palm, historian : E. M. William, chaplain; H. H. Strickland, warden· At the last meeting the new officers were sworn iP and they promised their support in placing our chap· ter foremost in campus activities. Already affairs have been revolutionized. Archon Hubbard, our little Na· poleon, has recently taken into camp two new men. Pledges Bill Sloan and Dan Wooldridge. Both of these men are outstanding scholars in their schoolS· We expect Wooldridge to star next year in the role of guard on the varsity basketball team as well as in the hurdle races on the. cinder track. In Brother Harris we

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