Last Day of the Convention Clipping, 1908

The first clipping photocopy reports on the end of the 1908 National Convention, pronounced by Kappas as the most enjoyable thus far. It focuses on the departure of the convention delegates and the last banquet. The second clipping photocopy reports on the entertainment and decorations of the convention. The college campus was covered with Japanese lanterns, and the entertainment featured the Young Northwestern Orchestra.

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