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Image from page 71 of "Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal" (1907)

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Title: Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal

Year: 1907 (1900s)

Authors: Sigma Phi Epsilon


Publisher: Sigma Phi Epsilon

Contributing Library: The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Digitizing Sponsor: Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation



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asion we will long remember. It will be remem-bered, however, by the sacredness and sincerity with which itwas taken. Since our organization we have added two new members.It is our aim to be cautious and prevent committing the seriouserror of getting undesirable members. As a new chapter,Lambda Alpha is laboring under difficulties, but, united we stand,bound by the strong cords of fraternal love, and have a brightoutlook for next years work. The chapter is composed of eight brothers. The first sixnamed are charter members and hold offices accordingly : W. H. Bone, Stevens Pottery, Ga. J. M. Trapnell, Metta, Ga. W. G. Shingler, Ashburn, Ga. T. W. Jones, Atlanta, Ga. P. H. Gribben, Thomasville, Ga. J. J. May, Ellicottville, N. Y. T. L. Lewis, Atlanta, Ga. P. H. Gaskin, Orlanda, Fla. Although we have no shining light as yet in college life, it isour purpose to put every man to the wheel and help steerLambda Alpha in the course that leads to a high intellectual,moral, and social standing.


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t—Ii—i OH Wk I—IP H 5! w o H CHAPTER LETTERS. 173 We wish to extend a cordial invitation to all 2 $ E brothersto visit us when here in Atlanta. Wishing much success to all our sister chapters, we remain, Fraternally,P. H. Gribben, Lambda Alpha. Chapter Historian. Eta. University of Virginia. To All Our /Sister Chapters— Greetings : Eta Chapter is most happy at the opportunity it enjoys ofmaking her initial bow to her sister chapters in % <£ E. On April 27, 1907, Eta had the honor of being installed inthe brotherhood, and the occasion will ever be remembered byevery brother who was solemnly ushered into the mysteries of2 $ E on that day. It was our good fortune to have with usthe entire Charter Committee: Grand President W. R. Cooney,Grand Secretary J. B. Webster, and W. L. Phillips, and rightwell did they teach us the precepts of the fraternity. We werevery glad to have with us Brothers William F. Brock, LacyMoore, and D. S. Abernathy, of Eta Beta Chapter, who addedmuch to



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