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MC 00357 Guide to the R. G. (Hank) Utley Pi Kappa Alpha Papers, 1899-1956
Arranged loosely on chronology.
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[Box 1, Folder 6]
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Utley, R. G., 1924-
0.75 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
2 archival boxes
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Gift of R. G. Utley, 2004 December (Accession 2004-0012).
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Contains notes, photographs, photocopies, and other documents related to Pi Kappa Alpha activities at North Carolina State University. Primarily documents the Pika Ball and baseball game held annually on the Monday of every Easter week from 1899 through 1956.
Robert Gerald (Hank) Utley (1924- ) graduated from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (later North Carolina State University) in 1950. While he was a student, he played on the baseball team, 1946-1950, and was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Utley afterwards lived in Concord, North Carolina, and was executive director of the Cabarrus County Boys Club.
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