Hand back quizzes Session five study guide and essays Interviews – Interview party? Dues - $110 due March 9 th Service Project
To provide a pleasant and helpful social experience for all engaged in college band work and to cooperate with other musical organizations in any manner consistent with the purposes of the institution at which chapters are located.
Following WWI – greater interest in band music Few national organizations for professional musicians, but none for college or university band members Movement to create such organization started at then Oklahoma A&M College (Oklahoma State University)
Band member William Scroggs, Professor Bohumil Makovsky, and Band President A. Frank Martin held a secret conference to select the first ten brothers
William Alexander Scroggs- “Founder” A. “Andrew” Frank Martin- “Mr. Kappa Kappa Psi” Raymond D. Shannon William H. Coppedge Clayton E. Soule Carl A. Stevens Clyde Haston Dick Hurst Asher Hendrickson Iron Hawthorne Nelson
Charter was granted on November 27, 1919 Created Kappa Kappa Psi, National Fraternity for College Bandsmen OSU = Alpha Chapter
First National Convention- January 2, 1922 in Stillwater, Oklahoma Bohumil Makovsky was the first National Honorary Member of Kappa Kappa Psi Currently serves over 200 college and university band programs with over 5,000 active members
Affectionately referred to by all who knew him as “Boh” Officially recognized as “The Guiding Spirit of Kappa Kappa Psi.” Born September 23, 1878 in Frantisky, Bohemia
Boh immigrated to the United States in 1895 at the age of seventeen to join his sister in Clarkson, Nebraska At the turn of the century, Boh decided to form his own band.
Moved to Woodward, Oklahoma in 1904 “King of Oklahoma March” – Boh’s first march Selected as band director at Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College on September 1, 1915 Boh resigned his position at OAMC in July 1943 due to WWII, age and Parkinson’s Disease
International Who’s Who - 1918 Who’s Who in Oklahoma - 1935 Pierre Key’s Musical Who’s Who -1931 Honorary major in the OAMC ROTC - 1922 Elected 4 th Grand President of KKY -1927 Elected to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame -1939 Received honorary Doctor of Music degree from the University of Tulsa - 1940
Boh’s Trademarks ◦ Pipe- miniature saxophone ◦ Uncrushed black bow tie Boh Makovsky died on June 12, 1950
Headquarters previously located on the Oklahoma State Campus In November 1991, Headquarters moved to Stillwater Station ◦ Former Santa Fe Railway Depot was purchased by the Fraternity and Sorority.
The Baton – Kappa Kappa Psi’s first publication The PODIUM – official publication of Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma Published twice a year NewsNotes Online: The Fraternity’s ‘E-zine’
Located- Oklahoma State University, west of the Classroom Building Made out of Pink Granite
Open to all qualified musicians, whether or not they are members of the Fraternity or Sorority Dr. F. Lee Bowling is credited as the founder of NIB Held during KKY/TBS National Convention Audition Deadline for 2011 is April 19th
Need to know three National Officers/Board of Trustees Members Need to know five Prominent Members
“Sister” organization to KKΨ Movement to create Tau Beta Sigma was instigated by Wava Banes Henry Started in Texas Tech University, 1939 Established at Oklahoma State University in 1946
Study for your quiz! Meet with your Big and get signature Interview four Brothers (total of 20 overall) Dues to class treasurer or Leah Ruff by March 9 th (Checks to Kappa Kappa Psi)