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®tfp igna OFFICERS. Carl R. Blackman President S. A. Redding Vice-President F. S. Moore Secretary Bert W. Stiles Manager Dean Edward D. Hale Director The Colorado College Glee Club was organized in 1897 and, beginning with 1899, the Glee and Mandolin Clubs made five successive tours. But it was with hearts fluttering behind the stiff white bosoms that the club of 1 906-07 lined up before the audience at Pueblo on December 26th. For there had been no club for two years and the venture was something of an experiment. But brave knight ne ' er won fair lady more completely than did these the hearts of their audiences in the two weeks conquest of Colorado. Of course, not all the houses were crowded, nor were all the days sunny, but no camping out in the car at Florence, nor any " frost " at Rocky Ford, nor even a cold starlight drive from Ft. Morgan to get back to recitations, could chill the bubbling spirits of twenty-five college men out for a good time. It was always fair weather with good fellows (college fellows at that) getting together. To the men, before going, Pueblo, Florence, Canon City, Rocky Ford, La Junta, Denver, Boulder, Loveland, Greeley and Ft. Morgan were largely geographical names, but afterwards they were the keys that unlocked the stores of pleasant memories. The final concert in Colorado Springs gave the tour the distinction of being a financial, as well as an artistic, success. To the director and business manager belong the credit of hard work well done, and to the club members belong memories of the warm loyalty of alumni and friends, new and old, and the satisfaction of knowing that they had well represented the college to the state and that, through them, the name of Colorado College had gained new lustre. 144
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iJikc ' fi JJrak iana The Phi Beta Kappa society was organized at William and Mary College in December, 1 776. The Revolutionary War for a time interruped its develop- ment; at the beginning of the last century it was reorganized, and chapters were founded at Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth and Union. From these chapters the society has spread until now it includes chapters in all the leading colleges and universities in the United States. A national council of " The United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa " is held once in three years. On September7, 1904, the National Council unanimously voted to grant a charter to the Beta chapter of Colorado, to be founded at Colorado College. This honor has been bestowed upon a number of western universities, but upon no other college west of the Mississippi. Originally the chief object of the society was social. Its purposes have broadened however, until now it aims to stand for the broadest scholarship and highest ideas of college men and women in America. The Beta chapter of Colorado was organized on November 11,1 904. Its by-laws provide that no student shall be eligible who has not taken his Junior and Senior years in Colorado College, or who has not received a grade of A in at least one half of his college courses. FACULTY MEMBERS Florian Cajori (Dean Engineering School) M. C. Gile Brown University Edward D. Hale Williams College Edith P. Hubbard Vassar College Ruth Loomis Vassar Callege Frank H. Loud AmherstCollege Edward S. Parsons Amherst College Sidney F. Pattison Williams College John C. Shedd University of Wisconsin William F. Slocum (President Colorado College) Orrie W. Stewart Colorado College Homer E. Woodbridge Williams College ADMITTED FROM THE CLASS OF 1907 Grace S. Barker Marie A. Sahm Carl A. Hedblom Ruth Ragan Mabel S. Bateman Montgomery R. Smith Laura V. Tanner
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