Sigma Chi Fraternity. Delta Iota Chapter (University of Denver)
Sigma Chi, social fraternity, installed at DU campus, absorbs local chapter Chi Sigma in 1947.
Sources ‘The Greek Way’ 1956-57, U172._.0003, Orgs-Greeks folder; “Sigma Chi Accepts ocal Chi Sigma; Installation Soon,” The Denver Clarion, vol. 52, no. 27, May 16, 1947, 4; “Chi Sigs No Longer Petition Sigma Chi; Prayers Answered,” The Denver Clarion, vol. 52, no. 28, 5.
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Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 2 consists of subject files related to Wallace’s work as executive director of Wallace Village. The files include such topics as administrative files, development, history, technique manuals, publications, speeches, staff training, and self studies regarding the school. Also included are materials related to Henry A. Winters, an early benefactor of the Wallace School.
Overview The brains behind Homecoming – Jan Evans (Queen Chairman), Tom Bottone (Homecoming Chairman) and Nancy Corpening (Homecoming Secretary). Sigma Chi to brand freshman cowgirls at the annual Sigma Chi Rodeo, one of the largest Greek events of the year, held on October 16, 1954, at Observatory Park. Homecoming Queens to apply immediately to be considered for candidacy must do so by October 19, 1954. Nominees for class offices announced. Sophomore pictures due by October 30, 1954 for the K Book....
Dates: 1954 October 15
Overview Queen Parade begins fete of Homecoming Festival on October 24, 1954. DU welcomes high school students from Denver and the surrounding areas who are attending the University of Denver Open House. Candidates talk on Tuesday October 26, 194, the day before election on October 27, 1954. Tom Bottone (member of Sigma Chi and the Homecoming Chair), announces Pi Phi’s Pat Phillips as the Sigma Chi Rodeo Queen. The Denver University Pioneer Cheerleaders possess the Denver and Rio Grande Victory Bell,...
Dates: 1954 October 22
Overview Class Elections begin Friday, October 28, 1955 – Class candidates begin campaigns. Paul Whittlesey of Sigma Chi presents the Beanie Queen Trophy to Carolyn Alkire of Gamma Phi Beta, at the Sigma Chi Rodeo. Delta Gamma Sorority wins Sigma Chi Rodeo. Watch for the bald iggle. Van Dijk to visit campus on October 27, 1955. Sixty-five guys to grow beards. Men’s inter-dormitory council elects new officers to serve during the 1955-1956 school year.
Dates: 1955 October 25
Overview School Elections Today, October 23, 1956 – Student to Choose All-School Officers. Clarion, Athletic Department Sponsor Annual Family Night; All-School Dance Afterwards. K-Book Pictures. CC Governors to Reorganize Board. Delta Gamma Takes Sig Rodeo Trophy.
Dates: 1956 October 23
Overview Campaign Rules for Election. Coeds Escort “Carrot Clad” Dates. Jim Smith Crowned AWS King. Kynewisbok Gets Staff Additions. Sigma Chi to Hold Rodeo Saturday October 20, 1956. Corporate Giving on Increase. King James. Women Students Plan Philanthropic Project. Education Tests. ROTC Sponsor Corps Holds Selection Dance.
Dates: 1956 October 16
Overview Campaign Begins Today – Candidates Verified for All-School Election on Tuesday. Family Night Feature of Denver-New Mexico Game; Free Tickets for Relatives. Chancellor Alter Announces New Law School and Dorm. K-Book Picture Deadlines. Annual Sigma Chi Rodeo Saturday, October 20, 1956.
Dates: 1956 October 19
Overview DU’s Ski Coach, Willie Schaeffler Considers Olympic Directorship. Sponsor Corps Candidates Seek Military Ball Crown. A and S, Alpha Gam, Sigma Chi Top Winter Scholastic List. Senate Declares Two Publication Board Vacancies. Faculty Members To Receive Salary Increase Next Fall. ATO Helps Needy Family on Mother’s Day. BC Students Vie for Poetry Prizes. Winger Chapel Speaker.
Dates: 1958 May 9
Overview 324 Men Pledge 13 Fraternities – Sigma Chi Tops List with Forty; Pi KA Takes in 33 Men, Betas 32. Fullbright – Hays Applicants Near Deadline Dates. New High – Freshman Camp Attracts 500.
Dates: 1964 September 14