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ALPHA MU OMEGA
First row—Armstrong, Bath, Brady, Bright, Dammast, Engles Second row—Hill, Huck. Jenkins, Jindra, Kigkr, Larson
Third row— McFarrhn, Norwood, C. Overturf, M. Ovkrturf, Parker, Path, Pribdbno Fourth row—RHAGAN, ROTIIERT, StU KEN HOLTZ, TrBNHOLM, WlTTWKR, YOUNG
Second Semester John Bath Madonna Brady Charlottk Armstrong
First Semester Doris Bright Maxine Reagan Mary Pribbiino
President . Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer
ALPHA Mu Omega is an honorary mathematics fraternity which was established during the summer session of 1927 under the direction of Professor Arthur Lorn Hill. The fraternity has l een officially recognized as a branch of the National Council of Mathematics Teachers and as an institutional member of the Mathematical Association of America.
The purpose of the fraternity is to develop and further interests in the study of mathematics, to investigate subjects of mathematical interest that are not presented in the classroom, and to inspire future teachers of mathematics.
Meetings are held every two weeks and the programs are conducted by student members. Subjects of mathematical interest, such as the contract system in mathematics, the fourth dimension, scientific methods of teaching mathematics, and other topics that are of specific value to prospective mathematics teachers are discussed at the meetings.
Meml ership is extended to all students majoring in mathematics who have a superior scholastic standing and who display an interest in this department.
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PI OMEGA PI
First rm—Irwin, Anderson, Brady, Bright Second row—Dberson, Hayward, Martin Third row—Nelson, Rohrs, Turille, Wesner
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS
IN 1927, Miss Nona M. Palmer established in the College the Delta Chapter of Pi Omega Pi. Through Miss Palmer’s efforts the commercial department had been developed to a highly efficient degree. Those in the commercial department, who were of a superior standing in scholarship were chosen to be charter members of the fraternity. These charter members were: Merna
Harris, Virginia Simmons, Elsie Mares, Mildred Mason, Vcrda Hauptman, Enez Wells, Anna Irwin, Nona Palmer.
There are other chapters of Pi Omega Pi in some of the Colleges in Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa.
The requirements for membership are not only high scholarship, but work that is above average in the department, a good moral character, and a primary interest in teaching. This last requisite, a primary interest in teaching, is of special value. There are a great many in the department who are interested in commercial work only as a profession in itself. This being a teachers college it is therefore desirable that those who are interested in teaching organize and through organization, study commerce from the viewpoint of the teacher of commerce.
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BETA BETA BETA
First row—Aiilbbrg, Booth, Brockman, Mrs. O. Cartkr, W. Carter, Clark Second row—Com, Colglazikr, Crook, Feistnkr. Gordkr, Grass Third row—Hkrtkl, Hofmann, Mrs. L. Hoy, P. Hoy, Haybk, Ivkrs Fourth row Kkrnkr, Kuckra, I. an holt, Lewis, Lichtendkrgkr
NATIONAL BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
TRI BETA was organized for the purpose of promoting interest in this department of learning and in furthering the objectives of the science. The objectives of Tri Beta are to stimulate scholarship, to spread biological information, and to advance science by new discoveries. It emphasizes, therefore, a threefold program, namely: Sound scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promptness of biological research.
Pi Chapter of Tri Beta was installed on the Peru campus February 13, 1928, by Dr. William Goldsmith, the National President of the Fraternity. The charter members were selected from the membership of Sigma Beta Rho, a local honorary biological fraternity.
Membership is open to students of junior and senior ranking, who are taking their major work in the biology department, and who have a scholarship record superior to the average grade of the whole student body. Associate membership is open to lower classmen majoring in biology. Tri Beta sponsors an annual undergraduate essay contest on subjects of biological interest. Awards of $25, $15, and $10 are presented to the writers of the best papers.
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