Cecil J. Cutts, 1926
Truthfully, there is no fraternal brotherhood quite like Omega Mu at the University of Maine. We are proud of our history, and we are proud of the impressive number of fraternal brothers who played on many University of Maine athletic teams. With conviction and commitment, our Omega Mu athlete brothers brought a great deal of joy and satisfaction to the university community, creating many wonderful memories since the first baseball team was established at Maine State College in the 1870's. The worked together for the success of each Maine team, and the overall civic good of the University of Maine. The sheer number of Omega Mu athlete brothers is an unqualified triumph for the University of Maine. They each gave their best efforts on each team, and what they achieved perfectly compliments what we fraternally believe: drive and determination. It is a heady athletic legacy. Accordingly, their accomplishments claim our fraternal attention and respect. For the eminence of their athletic success; and, above all, for being our Omega Mu brothers, we are proud. Therefore, in the linked soul and spirit of our long fraternal history, we gratefully remember and celebrate our QTV and Omega Mu brothers who participated on many varsity athletic teams at the University of Maine. Our scorecard is deep, and we appreciate, and we are proud of, all of our Omega Mu athlete brothers.
Thoreau said it best: “What a difference, whether in all your walks, you meet only strangers, or in one house is one who knows you, and whom you know. To have a brother…How rare these things are.” How true that is, and we remain that way to this day.
Omega Mu Athlete
Cecil J. Cutts,
Omega Mu Years
The First Phi Gamma Delta house was destroyed by fire in 1924,
Henry Eaton, Joesph Murray, William Murray
Clarence Hart, Donald D. Mitchell, Thomas Glynn, Russell Dyer
"Although the boys are having to put up with a lot of unfavorable circumstances, they are willing to, when they walk down College Avenue and at the new chapter house in the process of construction."
"All in all the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity has a house, which can hardly be surpassed
in New England."
"Each house was suitably decorated for the occasion, many of them having dance orders, favors, and confetti dances."
University of Maine Athlete
Quarterback, Cecil "Sam" J. Cutts
"Sam Cutts...often smashed through with the ball himself
Omega Mu Brothers at
Philip H. Taylor, Samuel J. Cutts, and Theodore Curtis
“What if the space be long and wide,
That parts us from our brother’s side
A soul-joined chain unites our band,
And memory links us hand in hand.”
(Phi Gamma Delta fraternity song)
Chip Chapman, ’82
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