Purdue debris . Lake Geneva Club THE Lake Geneva Club is made up of students and faculty mem-bers who have represented Purdue at one of the Lake Genevastudent conferences. Wbde informal gatherings of Geneva delegates have been held bypractically every annual delegation since the student days of BigRobbie, (whose going to China was largely a result of his going toGeneva as one of Purdues delegates), no attempt was made towardeffecting an organization until the fall of 1919. The mens confer-ence of that year was attended by more Purdue students than that ofany previous year, and a committee was

Purdue debris . Lake Geneva Club THE Lake Geneva Club is made up of students and faculty mem-bers who have represented Purdue at one of the Lake Genevastudent conferences. Wbde informal gatherings of Geneva delegates have been held bypractically every annual delegation since the student days of BigRobbie, (whose going to China was largely a result of his going toGeneva as one of Purdues delegates), no attempt was made towardeffecting an organization until the fall of 1919. The mens confer-ence of that year was attended by more Purdue students than that ofany previous year, and a committee was Stock Photo
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Purdue debris . Lake Geneva Club THE Lake Geneva Club is made up of students and faculty mem-bers who have represented Purdue at one of the Lake Genevastudent conferences. Wbde informal gatherings of Geneva delegates have been held bypractically every annual delegation since the student days of BigRobbie, (whose going to China was largely a result of his going toGeneva as one of Purdues delegates), no attempt was made towardeffecting an organization until the fall of 1919. The mens confer-ence of that year was attended by more Purdue students than that ofany previous year, and a committee was chosen to formulate plans fora loose organization. The purpose of the organization is three-fold. First, to cultivatefellowship among Geneva delegates; secondly, to conserve the train-ing and inspiration of Geneva; thirdly, to spread the teachings andideals of Geneva over the Purdue campus. mSKMfelfeMefe* 4. o, Rogers, Pross, Skeltoii Purdue Agricultural Society WITH a membership of about three hundred, the Purdue Agri-cultural Society lias had one of the most successful seasons thisyear, in all of its history. Formerly it was the only organization inwhich Agricultural students could participate, that is. on the southside of the road, hut with the growth of Purdue, many departmentalsocieties have developed and which take up the students time. Toavoid conflicts and to increase mutual attendance, the society has heldhut two meetings each month. Several men from outside Purdue spoke at meetings, giving themembers a broad practical point of view on numerous agriculturalquestions. The society each year gives an exchange program with theAgricultural Society of the University of Illinois. It also holds anannual reception for the Freshman and Winter Courst students. Tofoster greater competition, the Freshman Egg Show and the PurdueApple Show winners were presented with silver loving cups by theso

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