of Messrs. Ripley, Blaine and Bishop,!
and to draft resolutions to that end.A
The following is a copy of the reso-|
lutions offered by committee:
Whereas, the University opens un
der most favorable circumstances and
as it appears to be the general desire
that we should have some good liter,
ary journal. Therefore, be it
Resolved, 1st. That the Phi-Kappa
and Demosthenian Societies revive
the University Reporter.
Secondly. That the said Reporter
is to be the organ of the two Socie
ties in which the minutes of each
Society are to be published.
Third. That there be elected from
each Society two Editors, whose
term is to be two months—and whose
duties are to furnish reading matter
for the said Reporter.
H, Fourth. That there also be elected
from each Society one Business Man
ager, whose term is to be for two
months—and whose duties are to at
tend to the finance and business aft.
fairs of the journal.
Fifth. That it is the duties of the
Editors to look over the reading
matter of each issue, and see what is
suitable to be published; and that a
majority can prevent the publication
of any articles which they deem im
proper to appear in print.
Sixth. That anything can be pub
lished in the said Reporter, which ei
ther Society wishes to have publish
ed, by order of said Society.
' Seventh. That the said Reporter
shall be sent for three weeks to each
member of the two Societies, and, if
at the expiration of that time, their
subscription is unpaid, their paper
shall be stopped until paid.
Eighth. That the paper shall ap
pear October 13th.
T. J. Ripi.ey, )
A. F. Bishop, V P. K. S.
A. C. Blain, )
J. M. Pound, )
A. H. Carey, V D. S.
J. B. Hutcheson,)
The resolutions of the joint ses
sion were ratified.
A committee on query was then
appointed and the question for Sat
urday, October 20, is, Resolved, That
the Crusade were Beneficial to the
Civilization of Europe.
J. D. Mell, Pres.
A. F. Bishop, Sec.
Demosthenian Hall, )
October 13, 1883.)
The Society was called to order by
the President. The roll was called.
The minutes were read and adopted.
The following gentlemen were then
elected as new members: Paul Che
ney, J. M. Fletcher, C. II. Tutt, II.
K. Milner, W. A. Kennon and M. II.
The question for debate: “Re
solved, That it would be expedient
for the Georgia Legislature to pass a
| Dog Law,” was decided affirmatively.
On motion the President appointed
a committee of five, consisting of Jno.
B. Hutchison, J. M. Pound, John B
Gordon, Jr., A. H. Cary and R. L.
( Moye, to look into the matter of re
pairing our building.
The following resolutions were
placed before the house by Mr.
Whereas, The laws governing
debate in our Society are very impe -
feet, be it resolved,
1st, That the President ’ shall be
empowered to appoint three men on
each side of a question to act as
leading disputants. These members
shall be appointed at the meeting
previous to the one at which they are
expected to speak.
2nd, That no one shall be ap
pointed twice in succession; and in
case any of the leading disputants
fail to respond, without a good
excuse, he shall be fined the sum of
3rd, That one-half of the roll
shall be required to debate alter
nately, under penalty of a fine of 25
4th, That any member of the
other half of roll shall have the
privilege of debating, in case he
desires to do so.
5th, That all laws conflicting;
with these are hereby annulled,
f A. H. Cary,
Signed -(John B. Gordon, Jr.,
^ (/. M. Pound.
On motion, the Society adjourned.
John Phinizy, Pres’t.
A. II. Cary, Sec’y.
Phi Kappa Hall, )
Oct. 13th, 1883.)
Society called to order by Pres.
Mell. Minutes read and adopted.
The question, Resolved that the
negro should receive higher educa
tion, was debated on the affirmative
by Messrs. W. S. Upshaw, W. E.
Rambo. And on the negative by
Messrs. Young, Willcoxon, Ripley,
Walker, Rowland, Mitchell, Kitch
ens, Jones, Hollidajq Fain, Conyers
and Bishop. Decision in favor of
The Resolutions on the death of
Bro. W. A. Reid were then adopted.
The question for Saturday Oct. 27,
was Resolved, that the branch col
leges of the University should be
J. D. Mell, Pres,
A. F. Bisnor, Sec.
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