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Terra Mariae . Delta Mu Club Founded at the Iniversitv of ?ilarland. 1920 ColorsDark Green and Gold FlowerCream Rose FACULTY MEMBERProfessor F. M. Lemox STUDENT MEMBERSClass of Xineteen Ticenfy-one C. P. WiLHELM R. M. RaUSCH D. P. Perry Class of Xineteen Twenty-lz^oF. J. Norwood Class of Xineteen Twenty-threeE. C. Dlxxing Class of Xineteen Ticenty-fonrH. R. ToBL-vs Two JianJrcd and fifl^-e!glit. RossDourg Club g B l)< )LT thirty years as^o the RDSshourg Chil) was liorn. At that time tliere was no organization to foster dances, and none were held at the College. Feeling the need of developi

Terra Mariae . Delta Mu Club Founded at the Iniversitv of ?ilarland. 1920 ColorsDark Green and Gold FlowerCream Rose FACULTY MEMBERProfessor F. M. Lemox STUDENT MEMBERSClass of Xineteen Ticenfy-one C. P. WiLHELM R. M. RaUSCH D. P. Perry Class of Xineteen Twenty-lz^oF. J. Norwood Class of Xineteen Twenty-threeE. C. Dlxxing Class of Xineteen Ticenty-fonrH. R. ToBL-vs Two JianJrcd and fifl^-e!glit. RossDourg Club g B l)< )LT thirty years as^o the RDSshourg Chil) was liorn. At that time tliere was no organization to foster dances, and none were held at the College. Feeling the need of developi Stock Photo
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Terra Mariae . Delta Mu Club Founded at the Iniversitv of ?ilarland. 1920 ColorsDark Green and Gold FlowerCream Rose FACULTY MEMBERProfessor F. M. Lemox STUDENT MEMBERSClass of Xineteen Ticenfy-one C. P. WiLHELM R. M. RaUSCH D. P. Perry Class of Xineteen Twenty-lz^oF. J. Norwood Class of Xineteen Twenty-threeE. C. Dlxxing Class of Xineteen Ticenty-fonrH. R. ToBL-vs Two JianJrcd and fifl^-e!glit. RossDourg Club g B l)< )LT thirty years as^o the RDSshourg Chil) was liorn. At that time tliere was no organization to foster dances, and none were held at the College. Feeling the need of developing this side of college life, a group of the more enterprising social lions of tlie day organized this club, and it has lived and thrived ever since. It was with these purposes in mind that the club was formed, and it hasalways tried to keep the leel of the dances and social functions of the insti-tution at a high standard. Consequently, the greater part of them are formalaffairs, which are surpassed only by the Junior Prom in their elements andcharm. One informal dance and five formal ones were given this year, and theRossbourg Club joined with the Athletic Association in giving the Christmasdance. All of these dances were most successful. Ttdo hundred and ftfi^-nine ifl Mb kU^SL unk 7 ^JA tfkmi r±f P *^i Poe Literar}? Society C HE Pue Literary Society came liack this year with all of