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Dick Enberg and IU’s Little 500

Noted sportscaster Dick Enberg, a Phi Sigma Kappa initiated at Central Michigan University, passed away yesterday, December 21, 2017. After graduating from CMU, he went on the earn a masters and Ph.D. from Indiana University. While at IU, he was … Continue reading

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ATO Celebrates 150 Years and a Side Trip to Laurel Hall

On Saturday, I attended Alpha Tau Omega’s 150th celebration. Now I know how those few men at Pi Phi conventions must feel – outnumbered! After lunch, my daughter forwarded me an e-mail she received from a friend. It read, “I am working … Continue reading

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Van Lingle Mungo to Start the Baseball Season

Jazz pianist Dave Frishberg wrote one of my favorite baseball songs. Frishberg first wrote a melody, but was having a hard time coming up with lyrics. While looking though a baseball encyclopedia, he happened on the name of Van Lingle Mungo, a … Continue reading

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March 15 – Not a Good Day for Caesar, but a Red-Letter Day for Five GLOs

March 15 was not a good day for Julius Caesar, but it is a red-letter day for celebrating the founding of five Greek-letter organizations (GLOs). These GLOs are Delta Gamma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Lambda Chi, and … Continue reading

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On Phi Sigma Kappa Founders’ Day – the Story of Kappa Tetarton, SIUC’s Chapter

The April 3, 1956 edition of the Egyptian reported that the Interfraternity Council had admitted Alpha Sigma to membership on a trial basis. The local fraternity had 24 members; it was founded on October 18, 1955 (Obelisk, 1959). The fraternity was … Continue reading

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