The Book and Key Society: April 4th, 1918

This article is a part of my series Last Century Today. The following are the minutes from the Book and Key Society, from last century, yesterday.

The Temple April, 4, 1918

Regular Meeting of Book & Key Society called to order by Senior Praeces Cornog on the above date of Key’s Time. The minutes of the preceding meeting read and approved.

Senior Blau urged cooperation of the Seniors in the initiation next Thursday night. Senior Ewell brought up the question of Booster Batteries and a discussion of merits followed. Senior Boughton brought up the question of several departments of college and their weaknesses. Senior Rielly promises to interview the President of the college.

Senior Cornog complained of the condition of the athletic field and urged that action be taken to make necessary improvement. Senior Donnelly asks that the several fraternities bring up the question of a scholarship cup in their meeting and that they be urged to get an Interfraternity cup.

The Absence System came up for the usual criticism and the two dollar rule for re-examination was severely condemned.

One of the fraternities on the hill was criticized for having its men leave the lecture hall early on Wednesday last, and disturbing the speaker by so doing.

The following Juniors were successfully tapped this evening: Edward C. Carris, Andrew R. Pearson, Charles M. Howell, Allen H. Pierce, Andrew S. Simpson, Edwin T. Gowdy, Judson T. Ballard.

Adjournment

Fred S. Donnelly

Secty.

Keton Kakkar

Keton is a junior from Sands Point, New York. Intrigued by theories of interpretation and communication, they have chosen to study computer science and English literature. Their hobbies include bouldering, hiking, and watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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