THE HETH ALEPH RES FRATERNITY: DIVINITY SCHOOL.
SEVERAL years prior to the formation of this fraternity,
the need of such an organization had been felt by the
students of the Divinity School. In the Spring of 1891 the
matter of forming a Hebrew-letter society was much discussed; and in the Fall of the same year several preliminary
meetings were held, resulting in definite organization on the
evening of October fifth.
Since its organization the young society has thriven well.
As the college year of 1895 drew to a close steps were taken
to provide the fraternity with a home of its own, and the next
Fall found it ensconced in a comfortable house on Sawyer
Heth Aleph Res has a field of usefulness peculiarly its own.
Its membership is confined entirely to students of the Theological School, and it fills a place there similar to that of the
Greek-letter fraternities in the college. Its aims are high, its
influence is good, and its activity is constant. It has been
clearly shown that its tendency is toward raising the standards
of student life in the school.
HETH ALEPH RES:FOUNDED 1891:FOUNDED 1891.
Prof. ANSON BARTIE CURTIS, Ph. D.
CLASS OF 1896.
JESSE CLIFFORD DICKERSON,
FRANK ALVAH FERGUSON,
THEODORE ADOLPH FISCHER,
CHARLES MERRILL WARD,
JOHN HARNER WILSON.
CLASS OF 1897.
ALDEN EUGENE BARTLETT,
FLINT MANDERIN BISSELL,
CLIFFORD ERNEST JONES,
FENWICK LASSELLE LEAVITT,
CLARENCE GUY ROBBINS,
GEORGE LINNAEUS THOMPSON.
CLASS OF 1898.
DWIGHT AMBROSE BALL,
EDWARD MITCHELL BARNEY,
GEORGE ARTHUR BENNETT,
BERTRAM D. BOIVIN,
HARRY ENOCH ROUILLARD,
WILLIAM JOHN TAYLOR.
CLASS OF 1899.
CHARLES FRANKLIN PATTERSON,