of Phi Delta Theta for November, 1942
Missouri chapters the University
of Missouri, a A T-Acacia combine has been
formed. i combine, entered into for a period
of one year with optional renewal, means a
fraternities will occupy A house.
purpose, as stated in the articles of
merger, is "to offer men of both fraternities
a greater a of fraternity life and to insure
the continued life of fraternities.
House administration will be handled by a
Administrative Council composed of two a a members of each chapter who shall
decide house policy with consent of
chapters. AH regular chapter officers will continue as before.
House financial problems will be in the hands
of treasurers of the two chapters, working
with the combine auditor. final decision
in financial matters will be left to the auditor.
problems discussed in the Articles of
Merger include those of rushing, seniority, a
the a i allowable majority in the house.
will be segregation within the house
according to fraternity i except for
news of Missouri action will
awaited with interest by Greeks, as it marks the
first use of what may become a common practice
before the war is over.
Wilkinson of the Phi
Gamma Delta says that there are 586 members
of his fraternity listed in Who's Who in America,
approximately one in fifty. Paul Beam, in the
new Manual of Phi Delta Theta, claims a
there are 867 members of A in a august
company, a one in thirty-five.
Sigma's i i
chapter was installed at the University of Connecticut recently, pioneer chapter at the university. i institution has been known progressively as a soldiers orphan's home, the Storrs
Agricultural College, the Connecticut Agricultural College, Connecticut State College, a the
University of Connecticut. a a Kappa a a
at convention last chartered a local
there, becoming the first women's fraternity. are several locals.
Believe it or lives a a who has
been legitimately initiated into four different
social fraternities on the same campus in
four consecutive years of his a a existence. Jack Harris, now teaching history in a
Pennsylvania high school, matriculated at Westminster College, Pa., in 1935 a was pledged
a initiated into a local fraternity, II.
year that local society merged with a second
local fraternity the same campus known as
Deltas, Harris was initiated as
a full-fledged Delta. Came his i year, and
the Deltas voted to merge with 9X12, national
a Westminster. So Harris a good joiner, was
initiated into 12. In his senior year, all of
chapters of J2 were merged into E. MultiBrother Harris topped off his senior year by
being initiated into B.
a substitute for its
planned 1942 convention, <1>K2 is publishing
its officers' reports in its national magazine, a
is suggesting district conferences in various sections for a a discussion.
Census of Fraternities 1942
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
a a Chi Alpha
Phi Delta a
Alpha a Omega
Beta a Pi
Pi Kappa Alpha
Delta a Delta
Phi a a Delta
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Kappa Alpha Order
i Kappa Psi
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Sigma Phi
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Kappa a
i a a Sigma
a Kappa Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Mu
.Zeta Beta a
Pi Kappa Phi
Alpha a a
Phi Epsilon Pi
Alpha Kappa Pi
Alpha Sigma Phi
a Delta Chi
Alpha Delta Phi
a Epsilon Phi