Be it resolved.
In the fall of 1912 apparently, it was brought to the attention of the Senior Societies. After a year's discussion their sentiment cystalized in the following joint agreement, which was made before the first elections to the Chapter of 1914:
"Be it resolved, That any member of the classes of 1915 or 1916 or any succeeding class, who shall be a member in one of the [above mentioned social clubs] or any successor thereto, or any clubs that that shall come into existence at any future time and which shall be deemed by said Senior Societies to be in the same category as the above listed clubs shall be inelgible to election to either Senior Society..."
- Sphinx Head
- Quill and Dagger