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Strana 735 - other orders; also a monthly journal called the Christian Cynosure, which "represents the Christian movement against the secret lodge system."] American College Fraternities: A descriptive analysis of the fraternity system in the colleges of the United States, with a detailed account of each fraternity. By Wm. Raimond Baird. Fifth edition.
Strana 733 - American College Fraternities: A descriptive analysis of the society system in the colleges of the United States, with a detailed account of each fraternity. By Wm. Raimond Baird. Second revised edition. New York: Frank Williams, 64 Duane Street. 1883.
Strana 734 - American College Fraternities: A descriptive analysis of the society system of the colleges of the United States, with a detailed account of each fraternity. By Wm. Raimond Baird. Fourth edition. New York: James P. Downs. 1890. Cloth, pp. 359.
Strana 386 - She shall keep the minutes. She shall send reports of the Congress promptly to the members of the Congress and to all Grand Secretaries of the fraternities represented in the Congress for distribution to chapters and officers of their fraternities. She shall issue questions proposed by the Congress to the Grand
Strana 384 - 16. Delta Zeta. Sec. 3. Additions to the official list shall be made in order of election to membership. Art. VI—Powers Sec. 1. The powers of the Congress shall be five-fold:—First, to make laws that pertain to its own government. Second, to admit at its discretion petitioning fraternities. Third, to levy annual dues —not to exceed
Strana 384 - strengthen the position of fraternities in the college community, to co-operate with college authorities in all efforts to improve social and scholarship standards, and to be a forum for the discussion of all questions of general interest to the fraternity world. Art. Ill—Organization The Congress shall be composed of one delegate from each national fraternity represented. Art. IV—Eligibility to Membership Sec.
Strana 84 - St. Joseph, Mo.; St. Louis, Mo.; St. Paul, Minn.; Salt Lake City, Utah; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, Cal.; San Francisco, Cal.;
Strana 685 - adopted, or that he shall be allowed to adopt methods of study that interfere with others in their study. "The laws of this State do not deny the parent all control over the education of his child. They only withdraw from him the right to select the branches to be studied by the child to the extent that the exercise of that right will