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Sigma Phi Epsilon 1929 fraternity paddle board ΣΦΕ nicknamed SigEp or SPE RARE
1929 and in great shape.
The wood looks to be a dark stained Oak, maybe Walnut.
This is the real deal year 1929 rare paddle board hard wood and looks to be copper letters. bought at an estate sale. talked to the family and this is where it came from
84 years old
Sigma Phi Epsilon (ΣΦΕ), commonly nicknamed SigEp or SPE, is a social college fraternity for male college students in the United States. It was founded on November 1, 1901, at Richmond College (now the University of Richmond), and its national headquarters remains in Richmond, Virginia. It was founded on three principles: Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love (often abbreviated as "VDBL"). Sigma Phi Epsilon is one of the largest social fraternities in the United States in terms of current undergraduate membership,and has a first year retention rate of 75%.
By early October, 1901, Jenkens had persuaded his friends to join him in trying to establish a chapter of Chi Phi at Richmond. The group of friends, which by mid-October had grown to twelve men, was composed largely of students who were spurned by the existing fraternities on campus for their high sense of morality (seven of the twelve were studying for the ordained ministry) and for their rural, middle-class backgrounds. Jenkens had convinced the others that their chapter could be different from the other fraternities on campus and assured them that Chi Phi's principles were in line with their own. The group's request for a charter, however, was met with refusal as the national fraternity felt that Richmond College was too small to host a Chi Phi chapter. Jenkens and his friends therefore founded their own fraternity.