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Page 88 text:
DRAKE HAUSER HUNZEKER NEMAN SAYRE SUNITA WALKER
Alpha Mu Omega
National Mathematical Fraternity OFFICERS
ROY GINGLES .... President
EVELYN HOCHHEIM . Vice-President GEORGE HASKINS . Secretary-Treasurer
. . President
CHARLES PENNEY MORAS SHUBERT LA VERNE SHAFER
C. A. HUCK A. L. HILL
Alpha Mu Omega, through the direction of Professor A. L. Hill, was established as the honorary mathematics fraternity of Peru, in the summer school session. 1927. This organization is a branch of the National Council of Mathematics Teachers.
An invitation to become a member of Alpha Mu Omega is extended to the student who has attained certain scholastic standards and has completed a required number of courses in mathematics. When the charter was granted, eleven names appeared on the roll. This year. 1934. finds thirty members with fourteen of those thirty having been awarded membership during the past term.
Bi-monthly the members meet to enjoy programs conducted by the students. Besides increasing the recreational phase of mathematics the purpose of these meetings is to promote and develop interest in mathematics and provide an opportunity for the discussion of related subjects which are not presented in the class room. Subjects interesting to prospective teachers are topics of discussion at these bi-monthly meetings. Demonstrations of unusual and intriguing problems are often presented, and the use of mathematics in other vocations pointed out and illustrated. Such activities have developed a deeper interest in mathematics and served as an inspiration to the future teachers in this field.
In addition to the members whose pictures appear, Melba Cope, Dorothy Jennings. Max Kerns, Lloyd Perry. Robert Punches. Paul Vance, and Otto Wollensick are included on the club roll.
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International Biological Fraternity
HUBERT FILLEY . . .
HUSTON KINGSOLVER JOHN WHEATLEY . .
DR. J. M. WINTER . .
President Vice-President Secretary . Adviser
"I speak not for myself but for the Age unborn I caught the fire from those who went before. The bearers of the torch who could not see The goal to which they strained.
I caught their fire
And carried it. only a little way beyond:
But there are those who wait for it. I know. Those who will carry it on to victory.
I dare not fail them."
On February 13. 1928, Dr. Wm. Goldsmith, national president of Beta Beta Beta, installed Pi chapter of that fraternity on the Peru campus. The charter members wore selected from the membership of Sigma Beta Rho, a local honorary biological fraternity. Dr. A. E. Holch was the first sponsor.
Tri Beta was organized for the purpose of supplying for the Biological Sciences an honorary undergraduate fraternity.
Membership comes as a reward for active interest in the study of the Biological Sciences and as a recognition of attainment above the average in the courses offered in the college curriculum.
The organization has a threefold purpose: first, development of sound scholarship: second, dissemination of scientific truth; third, promotion of research. Associate membership is open to lower classmen who show especial interest and aptitude in biology.
The official publication of Beta Beta Beta is "Bios." published quarterly. At the present time there are thirty-one chapters of the organization in various colleges in the United States and abroad.
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Kappa Delta Pi
National Honorary Education Society
The annual Kappa Delta Pi banquet and initiation were held at Homecoming, so that the alumni members were privileged to be present. It is hoped that this plan will become a tradition with the society.
Weekly book reviews were inaugurated by Kappa Delta Pi. These, however, had to be abandoned after almost a semester because no time could be obtained for them. Kappa Delta Pi members took charge of the chapel periods during National Education Week, using as the theme of their programs the outline suggested by the National Committee. Kappa Delta Pi is also supervising and directing the leveling of the land and the building of tables to convert the Dutch Oven into a suitable picnic place. Other organizations on the campus and in the town are each paying for the construction of one table. In 1932 the sponsoring of the Inter-Fraternitv Banquet given during Commencement week became an established function of the organization.
Every alternate year one delegate from each chapter is entertained at the annual convocation of chapters which convenes at the time and place of the meeting held by the Department of Superintendents of the N. E. A. This year the meeting was held at Cleveland. Ohio. Beta Mu Chapter was very ably represented by Florence Martin, the president of the local chapter.
The vows taken by those received into membership in Kappa Delta Pi have served as the theme of the programs carried on throughout the year at the monthly meetings.
To develop a higher degree of professional fellowship is one of the main objectives of Kappa Delta Pi. To insure a participation of each member in every program, fitting responses were required in answer to roll call.
When Dr. T. C. McCracken, the National Executive President, installed Beta Mu Chapter, twenty-eight members were included on the charter roll. The present membership is slightly larger, thirty-one; so one may see that Kappa Delta Pi has constantly maintained its position on the campus.
The Kadelpian is the official publication of the fraternity.
MILLER R. PATE PEEK TEAR WALDO
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