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FRATRES IN FACULTATE
ETA Theta Pi, the first fraternity
originating west of the Alleghenies, and
the first of the Miami Triad, was founded
at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in
1839. It is the first of the national secret
fraternities and its chapters now number
89. At present there is a definite attitude
on the part of members of the fraternity
against further expansion. Beta Theta Pi,
however, is in remarkable financial shape,
being one of the wealthiest of college
fraternities today. Of the eighty-nine
chapters all except five own their own
houses which are assessed at a value of
Instrumental in the installation of Del-
ta Tau local as Gamma Xi chapter of
Beta Theta Pi in 1930 were Klein ll.
Graham, Paul M. Pope, Sr., Judge O. H.
Stone and A. H. Sweet. Since the day Of
its founding, Gamma Xi has grown from
a chapter of twenty-five to over fifty men.
The chapter house on Masonic Street was
built by the local and maintained by it
until the time of its installation.
Outstanding Florida alumni of Gamma
Xi are: John Prunty, Miami, J. K. Mi-
zcll, Gainesvilleg Reginald Williams,
Tampag John Keezel, Gainesville, and
Alvin Hamilton of Jacksonville.
Representatives of the Betas engaged
in extra-curricula activities on the cam-
pus are: Harold Riker, Archie Meatyard,
Howard Skipper and Alfred Parker.
Parker, Meatyard and Riker are members
of Florida Blue Key.
BETA THETA PI
Founded at Miami University in 1839
Gamma Xi Chapter Installed in 1930
FLOWER--Red Rose COLORS-Delicate Shades Of Pink and Blue
DR. E. S. QUADIIJ
PIIOE. H. P. CONSTANS
KLEIN H. GRAHAM
DR. J. S. ROGERS
l". A. MI-:ATYARD
fl. F. li'lIZI'1Ll.
l'IAR0l.ll C. RIKER
F. A. MEATYARID
SAM P. GOETHE
A. C. VAN DUSEN
J. MAllSHAl.l. SINCLAIII
I". L. TUNIS
Russ J. CHRISTY
RICHARD W. EARLE
URDAN T. KOCH
FRED E. BUCKLES
JAMES E. GARLAND
IVAN K. DEBLIEI1
C. MORRISON RIDIDLE
JAMES F. CANDELE1'
REX L. ALEXANDER
THOMAS LEE BARY
RORERT A. BENNETT
GLI-:N U. BROOKS, JR.
DR. W. B. HATHAWAY
DII. K. W. KOKOMOOIK
W. T. ARNET1'
FRATRES IN URBE
DR. CLAUD L. PRIODEN
H. C. EVANS
M. W. SANDORN
RALPH D. DICKICY
CAPT. G. R. CARPENTER
CLAUDE L. l,lllllGl'1N,Jll.
,lAIvIEs E. KEICZEI.
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
Class of .1933
ROBERT J. ScHwIND
J. T. LEGGETT
C. L. CRAFT, JR.
CHARLES W. PUTNAM
J. WINIPSOII ROWLEY
HOWARD E. SKIIII-ER
ALI-'RED J. ORM:-ITON
Class of 1939
Y. D. CARRONELL
DONALD 0. ERNST
JOHN C. WARREN
WAl.'l'l5ll W. LIDDI-:LL
Class of 1940
RORI-:RT E. SIVITEIK
JAM ES H. GATE:-I
DONALD C. WIllliH'l'
WM. ALLEN ADUDIJLIC
Class of 194.1
MAIIVIN F. CHIKISMAN
THOMAS J. GREENE
JOHN J. REMILLI-:'I', JR.
CHARLES J. SUSONC
IIAIIIKY P. JOHNSON
JACK L. AVANT
ALFRED B. PARKER
JOHN M. REDGRAVE
WILLIAM F. WIllGH'l'
WM. H. CLARKE
FRANK C. Kocsis
J. RUFUS S'rEwART
WVAIINICR E. FUSSELI.
ALIlEll'I' W. SWEET, JR.
A. C. WIKIKSH1'
FRANK G. YINsI'IANIs, JII.
GEORGE MUNN '
JOHN W. PRICE
RODERT C. PI-:TRIE