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22 Cards in this Set

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What is the first obligation of a member?
That a member will remember the Objects of the fraternity and endeavor always to further them.
What is the second obligation of a member?
That a member will pay prompty all financial obligations
What is the third obligation of a member?
That a member will act so never to reproach Alpha Chi Sigma
What is the fourth obligation of a member?
That a member will cheerfully furfill any assigned fraternal task.
What is the fifth obligation of a member?
That a member will maintain as satisfactory a scholastic record as possible.
Who are the nine original founds of the fraternity?
1. Eggers
2. Mathews
3. Petura
4. Mattke
5. Kundert
6. McCormick
7. Silverthorn
8. Conger
9. Holty
Who were the first two initiates?
O.W. Wheelwright

Allan Lee
Grand MA
Grand Collegiate Alchemist
Grand Professional Alchemist
Grand MC
Sherrie Settle
John Stipp
Howard McLean
Jennifer Showerman
National Office
Distict Counselor
Christy Gesell
North Central
Beta Nu
University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign
Illinois Institute of Technology
Alpha Psi
Rose Hulman Inst
Southern Illinois University
Beta Psi
Three Pro Groups
Atlanta, Hawaii, Sun citie
Thee pro Chapters
Chicago, Indy, Washington D.C.
Objective 1
To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship
Objective 2
To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and a profession
Objective 3
To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives.