1908 National Convention

1908 National Convention

Much of the business of the 1908 Convention centered around the need for uniformity of ritual. Decisions made included revisions to the initiation service, adoption of Delta chapter's pledge service, regulations regarding the wearing of the badge, and the decision to no longer allow men to become honorary members. Additionally, a committee was appointed to design an official pledge pin and a plan for dividing the chapters into three Provinces was established.


1908 National Convention


Jun 2nd, 1908 - Jun 4th, 1908


Macon, Georgia


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