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Educations Number CHARLES S. JOHNSON—distinguished educator and author, after developing the social science department at Fisk University into one of the most famous sociological laboratories of the world, has been elected President of thfc 80-year old institution. He be* comes the first of his race to hold the office, a distinction that expresses the N e w Era1 into which Negro Education has moved since Emancipation. See Story Inside.

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of Education, City Hall, Atlanta, Ga. JEWELS 1 Dr. Henry A. Callia, 2366 Bast St., N. E., Washington, D. C.; Nathaniel Murray, 150 Xou St., N. W.( Washington, D. C ; Vertner W. Tandy, 221 W\ 139th S L . Nevi rock, N, £".; George B. Kelley, l - H 3 t h Street, Troy, N. Y. lea II. Chapman—*Koy H. Ogle—*.7an,es H. Morton—'Deceased. REGIONAL DIRECTORS Mid-Western Jurisdiction—W. N. Lovelace. Vice-Presideat; Charles Gaines, 3Tlri AsaiBtant, L'nlveralty of Illinois; Thomas Horner, 317 North 89th Street, In dianapolis, Indiana, (Area: Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin) : Ernest L Savory, 186 Hamilton Ave.. Columbus, Ohio, (Area: Ohio, Western Pennsylvania. Iowa, Minnesota) j Robert M. Thomas, 112 Hoi brook Avenue, Detroit, m, (Area: Ittichtgan); Michael Turpeau, West Virginia State College, \\ • t Yn., (Area: West Virginia); Lionel H. Newsome. i University, Jeffersoa City, Mo.. (Area: -Missouri, Kansas); and S. E. Broadua Oarrodj Creek, Kentucky, (Area: Kentucky). Southern Jurisdiction- -W. II Gray, Vice-Preiident; Clinton L. Blake. Principal Wost Chariot*! High School, 1 115 Beattle Ford Road, Charlotte. North Carolina ; (Area: North and South Carolina) ; Andrew .r. Lewis, 525 Tatnall St. s \ \ \ . Atlanta, Georgia; (Area: Georgia and Alabama);. Aaron L. Allen. 160. Eighteenth Avenue. N Nashville. Tennessee; (Area: Arkansas and Tennessee); Waller Mortal, 1 183 Touro St., New Orleans, Louisiana; (Area: Louisiana ami Mississippi'. Eastern Juristlict.on—Louis n. Schuster, Vice-President; Dr. G, A. Galvin, 401 Weft Suite Street, Ithaca, Now Voik: St. Elmo Brady, 2G03 Eleventh Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. ' iiidergraduata Regional Director »ho will work with I mate Chapters i

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CHAPTER OFFICERS—UNDERGRADUATE CHAPTER ALPHA—Cornell University. Ithaca, New York; President, Aubrey Robinson. 301 Dryden Road. Ithaca. N. Y.; Secretary, Frederick J. Franklin. 305 S. Plain Street. Ithaca. N. Y. BETA—Howard University. Washington. D. C; President, kn 2. Edward McDaniel, Cook Hall, Howard University: Secretary Theodore L. Bell, Box 36, Howard University. Washington 1 D. C. kn 3. GAMMA—Virginia Union University. Richmond, Virginia; President, Henry A. Wise, Jr., Virginia Union University; Secretary, J. Siivanus Wilson. Virginia Union University. Richmond. Va. _ ., _ . kn 4. DELTA—Tillotson College. Austin. Texas; President. Robert H DeCoy, Tillotson College, Austin, Texas: Secretary, John H Nelson. Tillotson College, Austin, Texas. kn 5. EPSILON —University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mich.; President Romeo A. Cherot. 871 Edward Place. Ann Aioor. Mich.; Secretarv, Leon Allain, 311 Glen. Ann Arbor. Mich. University, New Have.i. Conn.. President. kn 6. ZETA—Yale Harold S. Fleming, 60 Dixwell Ave.. New Haven. Conn.; Secretarv, Charles H. Wilson. Jr.. 69 Dickerman Street, New Haven. Conn. _ ,, _,.. kn 7. ETA—Columbia University, St, Lawrence, Brooklyn City College New York, N. Y.: President Juan A. Sandiler, 2.2J W 1 mill New York, N. Y.; Secretary, Edward N. Byas, 302 W. I22d street. New York 27, N. Y". kn 8. THETA- University of Chicago. Chicago. Illinois; President. lettus Panish, 016 E. 02nd Street, Chicago. Illinois; Secretarj d W. rord. Jr.. 125 E. 37th Street, Chicago. IOTA-ilVIorris Brown College. Atlanta. Georgia. President, 9. kn B Chapman, Morris Brown College. Atlanta, Ga.; Secretary, Wekton Greene, Morris Brown College. Atlanta, Ga. kn 10. KAPPA—Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio; President, Marion A. Allen. 1144 E. Long, Columbus, Ohio; Secretary, Henrv F Smith. 75 E. 11th Avenue. Columbus 1. Ohio. kn 11. MU—University of Minnesota. Minneapolis-St. Paul; President. Charles F. Nichols, 742 Rondo, St. Paul. Minn.; Secretary, Maurice Howell. 2207 Elliot Avenue, Minneapolis 4,

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University, Pennsylvania: President, Miles Washington, Lincoln University. Pennsylvania; Secretary, Gayraud Wilmore. Lincoln University, Pennsylvania. XI—Wilberforce University, Wilberforce. Ohio; Robert M. 13. Carter P O . Box 257. Wilberforce. Ohio; Secretary. George N. Collins. P. O. Box 257. Wilberforce. Ohio. OMICRON—Pittsburg. Pa.; President. James A. Jordan. 4421 14 Dearv, Pittsburgh. Pa.: Secretary. James L. Whitsett. 534 Lowell Street. Pittsburgh. Pa. „,„,,<, 15. PI_Western Reserve. Cleveland. Ohio: President.Joe Hicks. 4120 Cedar Ave.; Corresponding Secretary. Leroy Collins. 1615 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland. Ohio. If, RHO—Philadelphia, Pa. (Graduate Group); President Dr. W F. Jerrick, 1843 Christian; Secretary, Dr. O. Wilson Winters. 28 Curren Arcade. Norristown. Pa. Boston, Mass.; President. 17. SIGMA—Harvard University. Thomas A. Center. 12 Hubbard Avenue. Cambridge. Mass.; Secretary. A. C. Faire. Ill Townsend St.. Roxbury. Mass. M TAU—University of Illinois. Urbana. Illinois: H. R. Alexander 707'i N. 5th Street. Champaign. 111.; Secretary. R. E. Clavbrooks, Jr., 13in W, Clark St.. Urbasa, 111. 19. UPSILON—University of Kansas. Lawrence. Kansas; Kansas State Teachers College. Emporia, Kans.: Kans. State College of Agriculture and Applied Science. Manhattan, Kansas; President, Howard Brown. 1101 Miss.. Lawrence. Kansas; Secretary, Lawrence Lackey, 1101 Lawrence. Kansas. 20 PHI—Ohio University. Athens. Ohio. 21 CHI—Meharry Medical College. Nashville. Tenn.: President, Ralph B. Cazort. Meharry Medical College, Nashville. Tenn.: Secretary, Edmund S. Casey. Meharry Medical College, Nashville. Tenn. . . . . „ ™_., 22 PSI—University of Pennsylvania. Temple University. Phila-

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delphia. Pa.; President. William E. Griffin, 5161 Parrish Si., Secietary, Eugene Yerby Lowe, 729 N. 41st Street, Philadelphia 4, Pa. 23. ALPHA ALPHA—University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Co - <> lege of Pharmacy, Miami University, Cincinnati, Ohio; Pres dent, John W. Fleming, 1534 Linn St.. Cincinnati, Ohi i; Spencer Turner, 900 Parairie Ave., Cincinnati Ohio 24. ALPHA BETA—Talladega College, Talladega, Ala.; Dona d P. McCullum. Box 214. Talladega, Ala.; Secretary Willia n Johnson, Talladega. Ala. 25. ALPHA GAMMA—Brown University, Providence, R. I. 26. ALPHA DELTA—University of Southern California: Lot Angeles, California; President, Edward Maddox, 1205 Via Nicola. Los Angeles, California; Secretary. William Re:. Freeman. 1528 West 35th Street. Los Angeles. California 27. ALPHA EPSILON—University of California. Berkeley, Calif.Howard P. Grant, 2600 Ridge Road. Berkley, Calif.; Secretary. J. Oscar Williams. 1017 Sixtieth Street. Oakland, Calif. 28. ALPHA ZETA—W. Va. State College. Institute, W Va ; Virgil C. Hayes. W. Va. State College, Institute. W. Va.; Secretary. Reginald White. W. Va. State College. Institute, W. Va. 29. ALPHA ETA—Stowe Teachers College of St. Louis. University, St. Louis. Mo.: President. Marva Seals, 3891 Delmar, St. Louis 8, Missouri; Secretary, Bernard Brown, 1117 Aramstrong. St. Louis, Missouri. .'i0. ALPHA THETA—University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa; President, Leonard Eldridge, 121 N. Dubuque Street, Iowa City, Iowa; Secretary, James A. Lewis, 603 S. Capitol Street, Iowa City. Iowa. 31. ALPHA IOTA—University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado; President. Wendell A. Peters. 2304 Williams Street, Denver 5. Colo.; Secretary, John Waller, 2604 Gilpen St., Denver 5, Colo. 32. ALPHA KAPPA—Springfield College, Amherst College, Springfield, Mass., Amherst, Mass. 33. ALPHA MU—Northwestern University, Evanston, 111.; President. H. Jackson. 4751 Forrestville, Chicago, 111,; William C. Pyant, Secretary, 1930 Brown Avenue, Evanston, 111. 34. ALPHA NU—Iowa State College. Drake University, Des Moines. Iowa; President, Arnold Banister. Crocker St. Branch Y. M. C. A. Des Moines, Iowa; Secretary, Virgil F. a Dixon. 1109 Fourteenth St., Des Moines, Iowa. I 35. ALPHA XI—University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, I 36. ALPHA OMICRON—Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte. • N. C ; President, Elmer A. Anderson, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte. N. C ; Secretary, Obadiah Williams. Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, N. C. 37. ALPHA PI—Louisville Municipal College. Louisville, Ky. 38. ALPHA RHO—Morehouse College, Atlanta. Georgia; President J. J. Welcome. Jr.; Morehouse College, Atlanta, Ga; Secretary. James R. Jones, 199 Howell St., Atlanta. Ga. 39. ALPHA SIGMA—Wiley College, Marshall. Texas; President, Wm. Lawrence Cox, Wiley College, Marshall, Texas; Secretary, Alfonso Standifer, Wiley College, Marshall, Texas. 40. ALPHA TAU—Akron University, Akron, Ohio; President, Herbert R. Bracken. 385 Wellington, Akron, Ohio; Secretary, Sterling Tucker, 786 Euclid, Akron, Ohio. 41. ALPHA UPSILON—Wayne University. Detroit, Michigan; President, James Roberts, 72 E. Euclid. Detroit 2, Mich. Secretary. Albert Somerville, 6031 Northfield, Detroit 1 Mich. 42. ALPHA PHI—Clark College, Atlanta, Georgia; Presiden Wm. P. Jones. Clark College, Atlanta, Ga.; Secretary, Pa' L. Hatchett, Clark College, Atlanta, Ga. 43. ALPHA CHI—Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.; Presidei Charles J. Lee; Box 358. Fisk University, Nashville, Tenr Secretary, Leonard R. Ballou, Box 293. Fisk Universit. Nashville. Tenn. ALPHA PSI—Lincoln University, Jefferson City. Mo.; El 44 .more W. Nelson, 309 Allen Hall. Lincoln University. Jeffer-


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ROBERT CUSTIS * 771 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y. IV ILTON S. J. WRIGHT Wilberforce University, Ohio.

Brother Christopher C. Hubbard, of Beta Zeta L a m b d a Chapter, and for 41 years principal of C. C. H u b bard high school at Sedalia. Mo., died Friday, May 23rd. He w a s one of the most widely k n o w n educators in the State of Missouri. Detailed account will b e published in the October N u m b e r .

F R A T FUN EDITOR O. WILSON WINTERS 28 C u r r e n Arcade, Norristown,

CONTRIBUTING

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IN THIS ISSUE

ARMISTEAD S. PRIDE Lincoln University (Mo) Jefferson City, Mo.

Fisk Marches on

The Sweatt Case

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J. E D W A R D COTTON 348 N. Manassas St., Memphis, Tenn.

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REQUESTS AND NOTICES FROM ALPHA'S COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Chairmen of the various committees have already begun carrying out the important duties assigned to them. Chapter officers and the m e m b e r s h i p at large a r e asked to become acquainted with these committee chairmen, k n o w their functions, and in every way possible- cooperate with them to the end that the F r a t e r n i t y will close out this year with n e a t e s t record of service.

Please fill in the attached form and mail it back to the committee with copies of words and music (if original). Committee m e m b e r s a r e Brothers F r e d D. Hall, Maceo Hill, W a r r e n Lawson, and Alvin L. Wilks. Mail to J. A. Jeffress, C h a i r m a n 1824 Paseo Kansas City 8, Missouri

LIST OF SONGS USED BY NOTICE FROM CHAIRMAN THE RITUAL COMMITTEE

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Chapters or brothers a r e urgently requested to forward any recommendations for changes in the Ritual to Brother J o h n W. Fleming, Chairman of the Ritual Committee. 1534 Linn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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NOTICE FROM CHAIRMAN OF HOUSING COMMISSION

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In a communication to the S p h i n x Office. Brother C. Morris Cain, 1711 ArcticAvenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey, has requested that any brother who has any important data relative to Housing be forwarded to him at the address herein given. Brother Cain would be especially interested in h e a r i n g from those w h o have had experience in o p s r a t i n g chapter houses, either on rental or ownership basis. Members or former m e m b e r s of Upsilon Chapter, Kansas University, Chi Chapter, Mi harry Medical College, Epsilon Chapter. Michigan University, Tau Chapter, Illinois University, and officials of Theta-Xi Lambda Foundation are asked to particularly take notice to Brother Cain's request. A L P H A SONG COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN J. A. J E F F R E S S Brother J a m e s A. Jeffrcss, Chairman ol t'nj Committee on Compilation of "ALPHA SONGS," sends in the following data for the attention of t h e m e m b e r ship "No doubt you are informed of the plan to compile the many Alpha songs. as sunn throughout the country by individual chapters, into book form for use of the F r a t e r n i t y as a whole.

Sphinx Deadline Notice Staff m e m b e r s and Chapter Editors are urged to submit copy to Sphinx Office for the P I C T O R I A L NUMBER (OCTOBER) Not later than September 10th. T h e Deadline cannot extend beyond this date if schedule is to be made. L E W I S O. SWINGLER, Editor.

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"To Those Interested In The Executive Secretatyship All those interested in the Office of Executive Secretary, including brothers who have specific suggestions and candidates for this office, a r e requested to contact the undersigned at the earliest opportunity so that the Committee appointed by General P r e s i d e n t Lawson will be able to m a k e a r e p o r t to the next General Convention. C H A R L E S H. WESLEY,

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Wilberforce University,

HORE TO ALL A Statement of Purpose from the United Negro College Fund We, who would educate all nations, must prove we can educate our own citizens to an appreciation of the responsibilities and benefits we enjoy because w e are Americans and are free. You and your chapter asked to support this worthy cause b'ood of college fraternities, and sororities.

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TO ALL ALPHA MEN Are you interested in seeing a genuine Alpha House in the city of New York? You may contribute to the realization of such a house in New York City by the purchase of stock in Alpha House, Inc. For particulars write: Brother Attorney J a w n A. Sandifer, President and Treasurer of Alpha House, Inc., 209 West 125th Street, New York 27, New York; Brother Robert T. Custis, President of Alpha Gamma Lambda, and Director of Alpha House, Inc., 772 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York City.


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FISK MARCHES ON WITH FIRST NEGRO PRESIDENT

DR. C H A R L E S S. J O H N S O N

Dr. Charles S. Johnson, New Administrator, Already World Famed Educator By BLYDEN J A C K S O N Sphinx Staff Member N the eightieth year of its operation. and seventy-one years after the g r a d u ation of the four students who comprised its first college class, Fisk University recently elected Charles Spurgeon Johnson its first Negro president. T h a t Negroes, thinking exclusively as Negro:;s, should rejoice at such a consummation is easily u n d e r s t a n d a b l e . It is, moreover, within a limited context, justifiable. And yet to think of Dr. Johnson's elevation to the presidency of Fisk merely, or even mainly, in t e r m s of another "first" for Negroes is to do both Dr. Johnson. and the institution which is Fisk, a grave injustice, G r e a t universities owe to themselves great presidents. It is a debt which they must pay to themselves, or sacrifice a dangerous portion of their own security. T a k e n in this perspective, the only perspective that can be tolerated b y those seriously concerned with life's real problems, the color of a university's president is an incident. His qualities as an exceptional h u m a n being a r e everything. And while the proofs of Dr. Johnson's presidency lie, for obvious reasons, in the future, the proofs of his abilitiesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;of those very abilities which w e would associate in any individual, w h a t e v e r his breed, with the most precious elements in western Christendom's eight-hundredyear-old university traditionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;do not. For the factual record of Dr. Johnson's achievements, presented ever so n a r r o w ly, admits of no other interpretation than t h a t he is a conspicuous e x a m p l e of t h e university ideal incarnate. He w a s born at Bristol, Virginia, in 1893. His father was a Baptist minister whose services to

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the community over a long career w e r e of such a n a t u r e that, as Edwin E m b r e e points out in his sketch of Dr. J o h n s o n in 13 Against t h e Odds. " R e m e m b e r i n g his guidance in their growth from a r o w d y railway camp to an orderly community. a grateful people have n a m e d the federal housing project for Negroes in Bristol 'Johnson Courts'." His mother, b o r n Winifred Branch, of nearby L y n c h b u r g . also contributed materially to the "civilization" of Bristol. T h e values of such parentage need not here, however, be underscored. Dr. Johnson did both his high school and his college work at Virginia Union, where, in addition to supporting himself with a collection of jobs noteworthy for its variety, he sang with two quartets, made the school debating team, was editor-in-chief of the college j o u r n a l as well as president of t h e Stud e n t Council, and still managed to finish the normal college q u a d r e n n i u m in three years with high honors. He went on from Viiginia Union to g r a d u a t e study at the University of Chicago, starting, before he had been there one year, a research dep a r t m e n t for the then n e w Urban League. World War I i n t e r r u p t e d all this, however. and he spent almost a year, after enlistment in the a r m y in 1918, overseas. F r o m the w a r he r e t u r n e d to Chicago well in time to witness personally the Chicago riot and to suggest the plan for its study which issued into the famous report, The Negro in Chicago. He then affiliated himself with the U r b a n League. moving in 1921, to its central office in N e w York City, and there in 1923, founding Opportunity, the organ through which, with its prize contests and annual dinners, as well as its general policy, he contributed significant stimulus to the "Negro Renaissance" of the 'twenties. In 1928 h e came to Fisk as head of the u n i versity's d e p a r t m e n t of social sciences. the position he held at t h e time of his election to the presidency of Fisk. In 1920 Dr. J o h n s o n m a r r i e d Marie Burgette. The Johnsons h a v e four children: Mrs. Patricia Clifford. Charles S., Jr., Robert Burgette, and J e h Vincent. Incidentally, Dr. Maurice Clifford, Patricia's husband, Charles, Junior, and Robert are all Alphas. Joining any college fraternity has until now been somewhat impracticable for Jeh, who is at the m o m e n t a s t u d e n t at P e a r l High School in Nashville. Since Charles Johnson left Virginia Union in 1916 with an A. B. degree he has been, among many other things: assistant executive secretary of the Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1919); for Illinois, associate director of the Governor's Commission on Race Relations; director of research and investigations for the National U r b a n League (1921-1928); editor of Opportunity (1923-1929); m e m ber of the commission appointed by t h e L e a g u e of Nations to investigate forced labor in Liberia (1930); w i n n e r of t h e H a r m o n A w a r d (1930); m e m b e r of t h e executive and p l a n n i n g committee of t h e White HouSe Conference on Children in a Democracy (1940); m e m b e r of the I n d u s t r y Committee of t h e Cigarette and

Tobacco Industry (1941): for a n u m b e r of years consultant on m i n o r i t y problems for the Children's Bureau, United States D e p a r t m e n t of the Interior; president of the Southern Sociological Society (1945): a m e m b e r of the A m e r i c a n Commission of t w e n t y educators sent to J a p a n a t General M a c A r t h u r ' s request to help reorganize the educational system of that country (1946); and, since 1946, connected in several capacities with UNESCO. At the same time he has written, along with many more works too n u m e r o u s to list in a short article: The Negro in American Civilization (1930): The Economic Status of Negroes (19331: Shadow of the Plantation (1934); The Negro College G r a d u a t e (for which, a 1938 publication. he received the Anisfield A w a r d ) ; Growing up in the Black Belt 11941): P a t t e r n s of Negro Segregation (1943); and To Stem This Tide (1943). For some years he has been director of t h e American Missionary Association's race relations p r o g r a m . and also co-director of the race relation? program of the J u l i u s Rosenwald F u n d . But to r e n d e r a n y t h i n g like justice to Dr. Johnson's n u m e r o u s services and distinctions in a h u r r i e d s u m m a r y is patently impossible. T h e idea of a university is too fair a concept to be restricted unduly by local concerns. Surely Negro universities have had some p r o b l e m s that w e r e Negro problems. They still h a v e them, and no immediate tomorrow will magically dissolve our present ills into r a i n b o w s of sans-souci. But Charles Johnson not only studied t h e Chicago race riot. He lived through it, his flesh and blood exposed to its dangers. And, years before, his own father, as E m b r e e reminds us, "reared his five feet four inches of m o r a l courage" right in the path of a lynch mob as they came down his street in Bristol and "While the gang t h r e a t ened to h a n g h i m beside the victim they w e r e dragging along, . . . stood his ground so that the men had to shuffle a r o u n d him to get past, while he cursed their evil, quoted S c r i p t u r e against their violence, and prayed for their change of heart." J u s t so inflexibly, although, of course, without dramatics, did Dr. J o h n son maintain the integrity of t h e Race Relations Institute which has been p r e sented in recent J u l y s at Fisk u n d e r his supervision, when the Institute was attacked on racial grounds. F o r Presidentelect Johnson serves his membership in the Negro race, albeit he does so without histrionics. Yet no h a p p i e r comments can be m a d e upon Dr. Johnson, the president-elect of Fisk, than that he does see t h e world of education as Wendell WillIt ie saw the world of men u n d e r government; or that, furthermore, Dr. J o h n son's achievements do permit him to take such a position without misgivings. And it is this last, above all, which fits him so perfectly to symbolize the educational p r o g r a m s of institutions, like Fisk and the Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i ty, to which, on any terms, discriminations of race are invidious in both t h e definition and t h e practice of v i r t u e .


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Southern Regional Session Attracts Largest Attendanceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;1D0 Registered By W. WESLEY W H E T S T O N E Omicron Lambda, Birmingham, Ala. T r u e to its principles of being the "First of All" and " S e r v a n t s of All," Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y , Inc., fully realizes the responsibilities it must shoulder and bear as well as t h e p r o b l e m s it must help to solve. As the leading fraternity in this country Alpha must continue to set the pace and show the way w h e r e v e r t h e r e is a need for leadership or guidance. Cognizant of the great need for good leaders and clear thinking, Alpha is trying with all its might, to fill these gaps. An e x a m p l e of how Alpha is covering the gaps as they arise was forcefully demonstrated recently at its S o u t h e r n Regional Conference which w a s h e l d a t Lt-Moyne College on April 4, 5, and 6 in Memphis, Tenn. The t h e m e for this conference was: "Alpha's Unfinished Tasks in the South." This t h e m e was most app r o p r i a t e for our times and conditions. It was discussed and approached from many varied angles to the- interest, enlightenment, and satisfaction of all Alpha men present. T h e conference held its first business session at 4 p. m. Friday, April 4, with Bro. William H. Gray, Jr., Second Vice President of Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y , Inf., presiding. After a general greeting and welcoming by Bro. Dr. W. W. Gibson. head of Biology Dept., LeMoyne College, t h e r e w e r e greetings from the host chapters' presidents, B r o t h e r Charles Tarpley, Alpha Delta L a m b d a and Charles Boddie, Beta Xi. These greetings w e r e followed w i t h a musical selection, "Alpha, Dear Old A l p h a " by the Beta P i Octet of L a n e College, a fine musical aggregation. Responses to the greei w e r e m a d e by Bro. Stanback, Raleigh, No. Car., Bro. Hopson, Livingstone College, G a m m a Mu Chapter, Salisbury, N. C , and Bro. Lane, Lay Councilman. At this j u n c t u r e t h e general introduction of each brother present took place, so that t h e various chapters and cities r e p r e sented would be k n o w n as well as the representing brother. After this ceremony, Bro. Vice P r e s . G r a y formally opened the meeting for business. The committees thought necessary for t h e proper manipulation of the conference's business w e r e named. They w e r e as follow: 1. R e c o m m e n d a t i o n s Committee, Bro. Hawkins, c h a i r m a n ; 2. Resolutions Committee, Bro. Stanback, chairman, and Bro. Mosely, Co-chairman; 3. C h a p t e r P r o b l e m Committee, B r o . Simpson, chairman. T h e n a m i n g of the functioning committees and t h e c h a i r m e n was followed by an open discussion to d e t e r m i n e t h e matters to be w o r k e d on in these committees. Some of the suggestions w e r e : the discussions of w h e t h e r or not t h e i e is a need for an Executive Committee for the National body of A. P. A.; t h e possibility of the shortening of the National Convention; the need for a strong national P a n Hellenic Council, unified for t h e purpose of doing service for all Negroes; the clarification of the place of Alpha in public relations, civic p r o g r a m s and m o v e m e n t s a n d community affairs;

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P O I N T E R S F R O M ONE WHO KNOWSâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Brother Dr. Lloyd H. Williams (right), of Tulsa, Oklahoma, as Co-Chairman of t h e 1947 Convention Committee, talks over plans for the forthcoming session from one who knows, B r o t h e r A. Maceo Hill, of Columbus. Ohio, during the S o u t h e r n Regional Conference in Memphis, Tenn. Easter week end. Brother Hill served as General Chairman of the 1946 Convention for brothers of his city. How well he did his job is still the talk of Alpha m e n throughout the country. B r o t h e r Williams flew from Tulsa to Memphis just to get another "feel" of an Alpha g a t h e r i n g before the Clan gathers in December in t h e Oil Capital of the world. His r e p o r t as the Regional Conference gave n e w impetus to b r o t h e r s to set their sights to this Southwest metropolis. B r o t h e r Hill honored the S o u t h e r n Regional Conference by playing the Master Records of the Alpha H y m n recorded d u r i n g t h e public p r o g r a m in Columbus. the expression of t h a n k s to P r e s . B r a n c h Rickey of Brooklyn Dodgers for his raracial tolerance by e m p l o y m e n t of J a ckie ckie Robinson, a Negro ball player; the rehe jection of segregation in all forms and tthe responsibilities of Alpha as a resultt of t h e m a n y privileges it enjoys. T h e s e SUgsug-

gestions and ideas w e r e food for thought for the committees to t h r a s h out into some acceptable p r e s e n t a b l e form for the body S a t u r d a y afternoon. T h e National president of A l p h a P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y , Inc., Belford V. L a w Turn to page 6


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ALPHAS HOLD FIRST REGIONAL CONFERENCE IN MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE

Delegates and visiting brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity from every jurisdiction composing the organization journed to Memphis Easter week-end to participate in the SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE, first ever to be held here by this college Greek-letter Society. Shown in the accompanying picture are members of the delegation as they posed for the official picture of the Conference in front of Brownlee Hall, LeMoyne College, scene of all the business sessions. On the front row are seven of the national officers and several other prominent men, who hold important positions in the Fraternity. The official roster was represented by Brothers Atty. Belford V. Lawson, of Washington. D. C, General President; Dr. William H. Gray, Jr., of Florida A. and M. College, Tallahassee, who presided over the Conference as Southern Vice-President; Burt A. Mayberry, of Kansas City, Mo. Public Schools, General Secretary; M. G. Ferguson, Nashville, Tennessee, banker who serves as General Treasurer; Dr. H. Council Trenholm of Alabama State Teachers' College, Director of Education who presented scholarships to two local high school students on behalf of the host-chapters, Alpha Delta Lambda and Xi; Attorney

Charles Lane, of Chicago, General Counsel; Lewis O. Swingler, Editor-inChief of the Sphinx Magazine, official organ, who served as General Chairman of Committees on Arrangements; A. Maceo Hill of Columbus, Ohio, official Song Leader, who gave the recordings of the Alpha Hymn and other features at the Thirty-second General Convention in Columbus. Ohio last December their premiere before Conference delegates; Dr. Lloyd H. Williams, prominent druggist of Tulsa. Oklahoma, who flew to Memphis from the Oil Capitol in his capacity as a Western Regional Director to report on plans to date for the 1947 General Convention in Tulsa; Attorney Sidney A. Jones, Jr., Chairman of the Constitution Committee, and well known Chicago lawyer who has served the Fraternity as Midwestern VicePresident; and Aaron L. Allen, of Nashville, Regional Director, who presided over the Saturday afternoon business session and serves also as representative of the official Jeweler, Metal Arts. Lane College Chapter, Beta Pi, was represented with a delegation of fifteen brothers, and approximately twentyeight other chapters sent delegates to the conference including the recently organized graduate chapter at Albany, Ga. Dr.

Aaron L. Brown, president of Albany State College, headed the delegation from his city, and took an active part in the meeting. He is a former instructor at LeMoyne. There were also two representatives from Beta Kappa Chapter, Langston University, Oklahoma. On the social side of the session the visitors hailed the hospitality of the host brothers and Memphis citizenry at large for the many courtesies extended them through the Pan-Hellenic Council composed of seven other Greek-letter societies; by the undergraduate chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha which entertained the delegates with a chicken dinner; the undergraduate chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity for their reception at Sweeney Hall. Metropolitan Baptist Church, through its pastor, Rev. S. A. Owen, provided for the public program Friday evening, and the conference closed with Easter worship at Mississippi Blvd. Christian Church through the courtesy of the pastor, Brother Elder B. T. Hunt. Dean Martin L. Harvey of Southern University, Scotlandville, delivered a most inspiring sermon on this occasion. Theme of the conference was "ALPHA'S UNFINISHED TASK IN THE SOUTH."


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HOSPITALITY WITH C A P I T A L "H"â&#x20AC;&#x201D;TheS2 "Greeks," representing a cross-section of the professional and social life of Memphis, Tenn., lavishly entertained b r o t h e r s who came to the Bluff City from every jurisdiction of the F r a t e r n i t y for attendance at the Southern Regional Conference. They are m e m b e r s of the recently organized Memphis Pan-Hellenic Council, an affiliate of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.

Southern Regional Session From page 4 son. was presented at this time. He m a d e some very timely r e m a r k s and brought the conference a challenge. He avers that with more financial brothers in the fold, more r e n o w n e d men. and more brothers in high positions the responsibilities of Alpha automatically increase and Alpha must gird its loins and rise up to meet them and meet them squarely and t r i u m p h a n t l y . It is alv. encouraging and inspiring to h e a r Bro. Pres. Lawson speak for he always has a message w o r t h y of being heard. Following the message from Bro. Lawson, the conference business agenda was set up and the meeting adjourned until the evening general public session which was held at the Metropolitan Baotist Church, Rev. S. A. Owen, pastor, at 8 p. m. This session was opened with music by the Zeta P h i Beta Ensemble, followed with Invocation by Bro. St. J u l i a n A. Simpson, Jr., and music by Beta Pi Octet. Lane College. T h e n proceeded the greetings from the Greek Letter Organizations and the P a n Hellenic Council. The response to these greetings was m a d e by Bro. J. R. Booker, Little Rock, Ark. As is its regular custom Beta Xi and Alpha Delta L a m b d a Chapters a w a r d e d scholarships to w i n n e r s of a competitive examination conducted in the high schools of Memphis. These scholarships w e r e presented by Bro. H. C. Trenholm, Director of Education of Alpha P h i Alpha. He was introduced by Bro. W. W. Gibson. This led up to t h e crowning point of the conference. Bro. A t t o r n e y A. A. Latting, Memphis, Tenn., introduced the Alpha General

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Prof. A. A. Branch, head of the science d e p a r t m e n t at LeMoyne College, and basileus of the Memphis g r a d u a t e chapter of Omega Psi P h i Fraternity, is president of the Council, which is composed of three representatives from eight Greekletter societies, namely, Sigma G a m m a Rho, Kappa Alpha Psi, Zeta Phi B:ta, P h i Beta Sigma, Alpha K a o p a Alpha, Omega Psi Phi. Delta Sigma Theta, and Alpha P h i Alpha.

President, Bro. Attorney Belford V. Lawson, Washington, D. C , for the conference address. Bro. Lawson, dynamic and forceful barrister of our country, delivered a grand address. He outlined the four p e r t i n e n t resources which are responsible for the proper training and development of Negro youth to the point of useful citizenship. These four fronts were: 1. the home. 2. the church, 3. the school and 4. the Greek letter oragnizations. It is impossible to override bad influences and poor training which the child receives in the home. F a r less juvenile delinquency would be evident if t h e p a r e n t s w e r e attentive to the needs, growth, attitudes and other matters relative to the child's welfare and development, were Bro. Lawson's words To m a k e the home training vital t h e r e must likewise be an integration of home 'ife with school life. Bro. Lawson believps that if a child is presented to the schools, mentally awake, spiritually alive, normally alert and physically able, h e can give back to the h o m e and the community a finished product of which they both will and can be proud. T h e greater a m o u n t of the child's time is spent at h o m e with parents, brothers, sisters and friends, consequently the influences there must be of the very best. Of no less importance is t h e responsibility of the church in shaping the spiritual life of a child. All sensible h u m a n beings believe in an infinite beingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;in God. T h e church must introduce, n u r t u r e and train t h e child so that he too will follow the pattern and become a believer in God. Persons with a firm belief in God a r e m a n y j u m p s ahead of others in their ability to adjust themselves and work h a r m o n iously with a good spirit and fine attitude. Bro. Lawson stated further t h a t

Greek Letter organizations, p a r t i c u l a r l y Alpha P h i Alpha owe it to the youth to give them the benefit of (heir training and experience to help them s u r m o u n t the obstacles confronting them in thair attempts at attaining full citizenship rights. He admonished them to never relent in their pursuit of every opportunity for advancement, rights and privileges. The address was thunderously received by a packed audience. Bro. Lawson proved that he belongs among the foremost orators of the day regardless of race, color or creed. It was the finest address the city of Memphis has h e a r d in a long time. Bro. W. H. Gray. Southern Vice President was introduced and he in turn introduced the other national officers. Announcements were made by Bro. Lewis O. Swingler, General Chairman of Regional and Bro. Charles Tarpley. The brothers then assembled in a group in the front of the church and spiritedly sang the Alpha P h i Alpha Hymn, being led and directed by Bro. A. Maceo Hill, Columbus, Ohio. Benediction was offered by Bro. W. H. T. Brewster, Jr., and meeting adjourned. The general session was followed with a cocktail party, sponsored by t h e P a n Hellenic Council, at L e m o y n e Gardens. It was well attended and a swell time was had by all. It was filled with beautiful belles of Memphis who were very gracious in their a t t e m p t s to insure a good t i m e for all Alpha men. F r o m this swell affair the Alphas and their dates t r e k k e d across town to the Hotel Men's Improvem e n t Club w h e r e they w e r e hilariously entertained with an informal social. T h e r e Turn to page 8


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SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE IN PICTURESâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;"Like another General Convention" was the comment given by many visiting brothers who attended the Southern Regional Conference in Mem-

phis. Tenn., Easter week end with Alpha Delta Lambda and Beta Xi as official hosts. Pictorial highlights of the meeting. as presented here, were made possible by Memphis World newspaper canv

eraman. (1) President B. V. Lawson, of Washington, D. C, gives main address before capacity audience. "Second class citizenship must go," he declared. (2) Dr.


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SOUTHERN R E G I O N A L C O N F E R E N C E COMMITTEE— These are some of the brothers composing the Southern Regional Conference Committees shown as they p u t finishing touches to plans for the first Alpha session of this ki: Memphis, Term. Seated from left to right in the Lo Room of B r o w n l e e Hall, LeMoyne College, scene of all the business sessions, they are: E. Calhoun, George Clark, Malone Broome, Edwin Robinson, J a m e s Cowan, Robert Lewis,

Southern Regional Session From page 6 they tripped the light fantastic until t h e wee wee h o u r s of the m o r n i n g . T h e third session was held S a t u r d a y morning, April 5th, at 9:30. with Bro. A. J. Lewis, Regional Director, presiding. The topic for discussion was: " I m p r o v ing the South through Education for Citizenship." T h e discussion leader was Bro. W. W. Gibson, who was ably assist-

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Charles Bodye, president of Beta Xi Chapter; Charles Tarpley, president of Alpha Delta L a m b d a Chapter; Lewis Lombard, Rufus S. Hawkins, W. W. Gibson, educational director for the g r a d u a t e chapter; Lewis O. Swingler, general c h a i r m a n of committees and S p h i n x Editor; Lee A. Mullen, and Richard Warr. T h e m e of the conference was " A L P H A ' S U N F I N I S H E D T A S K IN THE SOUTH."

EASTERN REGIONAL IN NEW YORK CITY IN FALL ed b y other b r o t h e r s . T h e specific ideas of the discussion was that "all of the prejudices. evils, discriminations and disons of the South could be completely eradicated b y the complete and proper education of all people who m a k e it up, w h i t e and black alike." T h e discus-

sion was both interesting and informational. Its points of emphasis a w a k e n e d the conference to the possibilities that lie ahead of t h e correct p r o c e d u r e is p u r sued. A fine s u m m a r y of this discussion was given by Bro. Dr. Aaron Brown, P r e s i d e n t F o r t Valley College, F o r t Valley. Georgia. At 2:30 p. m., the brothers reconvened for the fourth session w i t h Bro. Aaron L. Allen, Regional Director, presiding. T h e topic for discussion at this time was

SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE IN PICTURES H. Council Trenholm, of A l a b a m a S t a t e Teachers College, Montgomery, Ala., sums up Alpha's educational aims and contributions as Director of Education for the F r a t e r n i t y . His message came shortly after he presented two scholarship a w a r d s to Memphis students on behalf of the host chapters. (3) P r e s i d e n t Lawson receives trophy from Attorney A. A. Latting. of Memphis, for his relentless fight against racial discrimination. F o u r lawyers certified to practice before t h e U. S. S u p r e m e Court w e r e present at t h e meeting. Aside from B r o t h e r s Lawson and Latting, the other two w e r e A t t o r n eys Charles F . Lane, General Counsel. and Sidney A. J o n e s . Jr., Chairman of the Constitution Committee, both of Chicago. (4) C a u g h t by t h e c a m e r a m a n at t h e Pan-Hellenic P a r t y , from left to right, w e r e B r o t h e r s Dr. Lloyd H. Williams, Regional Director from Tulsa, Okla., and Co-chairman of the 1947 General Convention Committee; Charles Tarpley, president of Alpha Delta L a m b da Chapter; L. O. Swingler, editor of t h e

Sohinx Magazine, and General C h a i r m a n of the Conference Committee; B u r t A. M a y b e r r y . of Kansas City, Mo.. G e n e r a l Secretary: Mrs. Edna House Swingler, wife of the Sphinx Editor; Mrs. Gra~e Mayberry, wife of the General Secretary: and a visiting u n d e r g r a d u a t e brother. (5) T h r e e representatives of the Memphis Pan-Hellenic Council ' which entertained the visitors with a brilliant Cocktail P a r t y and a dance. F r o m left, they a r e Dr. E. F r a n k White, of Omega Psi P h i F r a t e r n i t y ; Louis B. Hobson. of P h i Beta Sigma F r a t e r n i t y : and E l m e r Henderson, of K a p p a Alpha Psi F r a t e r n i t y . Sororities t h a t played maior roles in entertaining the Alpha b r o t h e r s were Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta. Sigma G a m ma Rho, and Alpha K a p p a Alpha—all m e m b e r s of the local Pan-Hellenic Council. T h e y w e r e also r e p r e s e n t e d on t h e public p r o g r a m . (6) EASTER W O R S H I P — climaxing the conference, held at Mississippi A v e n u e Christian Church, B r o t h e r Elder B. T. Hunt, pastor. S h o w n

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h e r e a r e eleven visiting brothers w h o pose with the General Chairman of the Conference, Editor Swingler. following worship, and just before bidding farewell to a pleasant week end. F r o m left, they arc Brothers Mayberry, Lane, Dr. Aaron Brown, president of Albany State College, Albany, Ga.: Dr. William H. Gray, Jr.. president of Florida A. and M. State College, w h o presided over the Conference as Southern Vice-President: Swingler, Jones, M. G. Ferguson, of Nashville. Tenn.. General Treasurer; and Dean Martin L. Harvey, of Southern University, who delivered an inspiring message for Easter, "What Jesus Saw from the Cross"; (kneeling) B r o t h e r s W. D. H a w kins. of Nashville. National Auditor for Alpha P h i Alpha: A. Maceo Hill, of Columbus. Ohio. Official Song Leader; and A. L. Allen, of Nashville, Official J e w e l er as r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of Metal Arts, and Regional Director. Conference themes was "ALPHA'S UNFINISHED TASK IN THE SOUTH."


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FORM NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL BODYâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Officers and state teachers and education officials of eleven states assembled in Memphis. Tennessee during the first of the year to form a new organization for spear-heading a movement within their various circles to equalize "educational offerings and facilities." Brother J. Rupert Picott, (2nd from left end, front row), executive secretary, Virginia Association for Education, Richmond, Virginia, was elected permanent chairman, and Brother Dr. G. W. Gore (5th from left end, front row), secretary of the Tennessee Negro Education Association, Nashville. Tenn., was elected permanent secretary-treasurer. Brother Dr. H. Council Trenholm (4th from left end, front row), president of Alabama State Teachers College, Montgomery, outlined the objectives of the American Teachers Association as executive secretary of that body. Upon his recommendation, the conference went on record to make application for the new organization to become an affiliate of the A. T. A. If this recommendation is not accepted, it will opcrate as an independent body. Called the "Conference of State Teachers and Education Association Officials," the newly formed organization set out that:â&#x20AC;&#x201D; "Greater Service by Alpha Through New Techniques and Program Innovations." The leader of this discussion was Bro. Geo. C. Bell. Principal of Ullman High School, Birmingham. Ala., with plenty of able brothers assisting him. The theme of this discussion was based upon the need for developing new techniques and creating program innovations which can be practically applied in the various situations confronting our people and' help them adjust themselves amiably or satisfactorily. Specific emphasis was laid upon the need for Aloha to broaden its scope in the participation of public affairs and give the masses the benefit of the training its men have had. The discussion provoked much general comment and created new ideas. The summary was made by Bro. Burt A. Mayberry, Sr., General Secretary, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Reports of the various committees were made at this fourth and last business session. All reports showed the effects of much deliberation and careful thought.

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"Negro education organization should demand and work tor the practice in America of the ideals of democracy as well as abroad." It was held that teachers should take the lead in emphasizing these principles, declaring further, "It is the conviction of this organization that one solution to these problems lies in the legal and political approach." The conference stated that "each state should institute at once as many legal efforts as may be necessary to secure complete equalization of all educational offerings and facilities." The one-day session was held at LeMoyne College with local arrangements having been made by Miss L. E. Campbell, (front row) teacher in the Memphis public schools. Miss Campbell is a past president of the Tennessee Education Association. She was recently honored by members of Alpha Delta Lambda and Beta Xi Chaoters. Memphis, which dedicated its First Annual City-Wide Musical Contest to her as a distinguished citizen and noted composer of gospel songs. Other leaders shown here came from all over the South for the conference.

After general discussions the reports were received and the committees given a vote of commendation for their fine thorough work. At 7 p. m.. the Alpha brothers were entertained at a closed Tea Party by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. It was quite a delightful affair. This was followed by a Formal Party for the Alpha men and their dates at the Beale Avenue Auditorium. Amid the beautiful decorations and the sweet strains of music everybody had a wonderful time. In the wee hours of the morning everyone departed to their places of abode having enjoyed a wonderful time. Sunday morning. April 6, the fifth and final session was held at 10:45 in the beautiful auditorium of the Mississippi Avenue Christian Church. On this bright Easter morn, worship services were held with all delegates in attendance. Introductory remarks were made by Bro. W. H. Gray. after which a fine sermon was delivered. This was the best and biggest Regional Conference to be held in the Southern

Jurisdiction. It was revitalizing to everyone who attended and gave them renewed determination to fight to further the cause of Alpha Phi Alpha. If the attendance at this conference was any sign then the National Convention in Tulsa promises to be the biggest in the history of Alpha. Plan now to be there.

ALPHA FOOTPRINTS HERE AND THERE SETBACK FOR JIMCRO . . . After a two-day trial, an all white jury returned a verdict of $800.00 in favor of James E. Stamps, of Chicago, and Ennis L. Powell, of Charleston. West Virginia, against the Louisville & Nashvile Railroad Company, because of the refusal of the company to serve the plaintiffs in the company's dining car on March 17, 1946. Counselers for the plaintiffs were Brothers Sidney A. Jones, Jr., of Chicago, -lvid Charles W. Anderson, Jr., of Louisville, Ky., with the latter's assistant, Benjamin F. Shobe.


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THE FIGHT GOES ONâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;THE SWEATT CASE By William A. Samuel XEMPLIFYING the modern American Negro's snowballing struggle for a fuller measure of his country's muchvaunted democracy. Brother Herman M. . Sweatt v . ust the State of Texas has often been in the headlines since its filing in February, 1946. The state's ridiculous hemming and hawing has been termed "A comedy of errors" by Texas oes. Its officials have employed such delaving tactics as appointing several commissions to 'study' the question Renaming Prairie View Stats Normal Collone 'Prairie View University.' renting two rooms in a rickety Houston building, employing a single individual who was an aged and little known Negro lawye irofessor', then inviting Brother Sweatt to matriculate into this "Equal but separate law school." This subterfuge was completely Ignored by Negroes so it was hurriedly abandoned in the certainty that it was not only silly, but openly indicting to a court willing to condone it. Brother Sweatt, who is now employed bv the Houston Post Office, got his fighting blood honestly. His father, James L. Sweatt, Sr., was an associate founder of the National Protest Organization and of the National Alliance of Postal Employees. Brother Sweatt is one of five children, and there is no more significant commentary on Texas' facilities for the education of its Negroes than the revelation of the forced sources of graduate studv resorted to by his brothers and sister: Mrs. Erma J. Sweatt-Wallace, Columbia: John R. Sweatt, Iowa State; Herman M. Sweatt, Michigan; James L. Sweatt. Jr., Michigan; Wendell P. Sweatt, University of New Mexico. The latter two are also Alpha men (Alpha Sigma). On March 26, 1947. the third court of civil appeals, with the consent of both parties, remanded the case without prejudice to the Travis county court from which it came. This was because some of the facts upon which the case was built had been changed. In a frantic effort to keep the University of Texas lily-white and to shake off Brother Sweatt, who was literally "breathing down their backs." the state assembly hurried through legislation appropriating two million dollars for the establishment of a Texas university for Negroes in Houston, one million dollars for maintenance for the next two years, and an additional $350,000 for the emergency establishment of a temporary law school. This interim facility is located in Austin,. the capitol and the site of the University of Texas. It consists of a room and several desks and chairs. The library of the Texas supreme court and the law faculty of the University of Texas are supposed to be available. However, Brother Sweatt has stated publicly that he has no intention of entering this makeshift "school." To date (March 31) no other Negroes have applied for admission. Thus far we are united. However the new plane of contention has split the Negroes into two schools of thought, the 'idealists' and the "practicalists ' The brief filed by Thurgood Marshall, and W. J Durham to the appeals court on behalf of Brother Sweatt, has attacked the

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HERMAN MARION SWEATT fundamental issue of segregation, on the grounds that it is itself discrimination, and that there can be no equality on a segregated basis. Th2 opinions of the majority of white Texans is epitomized by the manner in which the naming of Prairie View a university was greeted by most Texas dailies. They hailed it as the answer to the whole question of Negro higher education. This in face of the fact that no money was appropriated for the changeover and the impracticality of a law or a medical school in a rural community must have been apparent. However there were a few discordant notes among which was the Galveston Daily News, editorially, March 1, 1946: "This act by the legislature. instead of meeting the situation forthrightly and honestly, resorted to the maneuver of renaming Prairie View Normal Prairie View Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to make it appear that the state is providing a first class university for its Negro citizens. Nobody who is honest could pretend that those measures were adequate. It amounted to little more than a gesture and another attempt to sidestep the issue, and to keep from doing something about a matterin which Texas is grossly remiss." That "grossly remiss" is by no means an exaggeration. Negroes comprise about one-sixth of the total population. There are sixteen state-supported colleges for white, headed by the 110 million dollar University of Texas. In contrast Pi-airie View is the only one for Negroes, and it is forced to operate on a shamefully inadequate budget. Even Georgia, and Alabama, states far less able financially than Texas, do better. The arch-reactionaries who have ruled Texas for so many years, apparently just do not intend to do any more for Negro education than is squeezed out of them. Even the few thousands of dollars which are appropriated for out-of-state scholarship.', are attended by so much red tape and delay that few avail themselves of them. Their attitude may also be deduced by the constant turmoil in the potentially fine colleges for white youth. The case has elicited student support

throughout the country. On the campus of the University of Texas itself, twenty student organizations are on record as favoring the entrance of Negroes there. Some have even contributed money to the campaign which is backed by the N. A. A. C. P. Several other .student organizations over the nation have contributed various amounts, the largest coming from the University of North Carolina. A letter dated March 5, 1947, signed by Mrs. Ellen Forbes, president of the Oberlin student council, and addressed to President Painter of the University of Texas, says in part: "Certainly colleges and universities must play a major part in the effort for social betterment in the nation. We should like to see the University of Texas take the lead in breaking down the discriminatory attitudes in the educational system of tha South. The Sweatt cass seems to have engendered the support of many student organizations on your campus. With the support of these students you have the opportunity to take positive steps to break down the system of segregation and discrimination on the Texas campus." The case being now back where it started from, in the county court, it doubtless will follow the familiar route of most cases of its kind and eventually wind up in the U. S. supreme court which will have a chance to rule on the fundamental issue of whether tax-paying Negro citizens may legally be kept out of tax-supported institutions and be forced to continue to accept the South's educational crumbs. A favorable decision on that point may be the beginning of a quick end to the South's whola rotten syndrome of segregation. When this can e'er is removed then the American white can start having some honest respect for himself which should have beneficial ramifications throughout the wot Id

Wilberforce Student Wins Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship Award Competing against representatives from Allen university, Kentucky State College, Knoxville college, and Tennessee state college, Miss Leontyne Price, Laurel, Mississippi, junior in the school of music, won the first prize of seventy-five dollars at Wilson auditorium, in the University of Cincinnati, during the first annual intercollegiate musical contest sponsored by Alpha Alpha chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Miss Price, a student of Miss Clarice Estell, instructor in voice at Wilberforce university, is a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Accompanied by Mrs. Marie Ware, of the Wilberforce university music department, Miss Price sang Puccinni's "Vissi D'Arte" from the opera "Tosca"; Dittenhaver's "Lady of the Amber Sheat"; and Hall Johnson's "Jesus Lay Yo' Head in de Winder." Judges for the contest were Dr. Frank Biddle, director of music, Cincinnati public schools, John W. Ulrich, supervisor of music. Cincinnati recreation commission, and Fred Smith, executive manager, Cincinnati college of music.


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Brother Herbert T. Miller Is Named To Nat'l Staff Of YMCA World Youth Fund Brother H e r b e r t T. Miller, one oi tinoutstanding Negro leaders in the North American YMCA Movement, with headq u a r t e r s in N e w York City, has been named to the national staff of t h e YMCA World Youth Fund, it was announced by Lester C. H a w o r t h , executive director of the campaign. Veteran of 25 years in (Y) service, B r o t h e r Miller was lend-leased to t h e fund by the Carlton A v e n u e YMCA, Brooklyn, w h e r e he filled the post of executive secretary during the last five years. Noted for his fund-raising abilities, the (Y) secretary reported at h c a d o u a r t e r s of the World Youth F u n d at 347 Madison Avenue, New York City, bearing a check for $1,000, representing the first campaign contribution for the Negro constituency of the (Y). He revealed that the money was raised by (Y) m e m b e r s in Brooklyn and Queens Counties over a weekend "so that I would riot r e p o r t to my new job empty-handed." Born in K e n t u c k y and raised in Cincinnati, Bro. Miller entered (Y) work there in 1922, following his graduation from the University of Cincinnati. After five years as business secretary of the Ninth Street Branch of the Cincinnati Y. M. C. A., he was named executive secretary of the Indiana (Y) B r a n c h in Toledo, Ohio, w h e r e he r e m a i n e d five years. Transferred to P i t t s b u r g h in 1932, he served for five years as executive secre-

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BROTHER E. B. EVANS President P r a i r i e View State College, Texas

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LECTED in March, 1946, to head P r a i rie View University, Texas' only institution of higher education, B r o t h e r E d w a r d B. Evans joins the long list of distinguished Alpha men who a r e presidents of the nation's colleges. B r o t h e r Evans was the first Negro g r a d u a t e of Iowa State College and one of the first to be elected to P h i Beta K a p p a P h i , national honorary scholarship society. He came to P r a i r i e View immediately after graduation and has served continuously since. He has done advanced work in veterinary science at his Alma Mater and has long been recognized as one of the country's foremost v e t e r i n a r i a n s . Because of his excellence in his chosen field and his demonstrated administrative abilCanada will open a concerted drive for a goal of $8,650,000. T h e larger share of the fund will be used to rebuild or repair 105 Y. M. C. A. buildings destroyed or severely damaged in 26 (Y) countries.

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.. Samuel ity. he was called by Brother F r e d P a t terson to direct the establishment of Tuskegee school of veterinary medicine. H e successfully performed that task after taking a year's leave of absence from P r a i r i e View in 1945. Brother Dr. Evans' intimate k n o w l edge of P r a i r i e View's problems and his rich and varied experience eminently qualify him for his presant post. He was a second lieutenant in the first World War and for a n u m b e r of years was a m e m b e r of the officers' res corps. Among the many activities in which he h s s engaged at Prairia View are: Acting Principal, Acting Registrar and Coordinator of Instruction. Director of the S u m m e r School, Acting Director of the Division of Agriculture and h e has held the chairmanship of a host of important committees on t h e campus. B r o t h e r Evans is widely known and liked throughout t h e southwest Ke is one of the founders of the Southwest Athletic Conference and also of the Southwest Coaches and Officials Association. He was for ten years secretary-treasurer of the latter organization. His interest in young people is exemplified by his sixteen years as head of the Boy Scout Camporal at P r a i r i e View, durim; v,hich time attendance grew from less than 50 to more than 500. He is at presen'. State Leader of t h e Texas Cooperative Extension service. He and the gracious first lady of P r a i rie View a r e the p a r e n t s of a daughter and a son. E d w a r d Jr., w a s a computer with the famous 77th artillery unit and was in the battle of the Bulge. He is now in g r a d u a t e school at P r a i r i e View and is soon to follow in the footsteps of his illustrious dad across the ourning sands into Alphadom. How Alpha Hall of F a m e for our outstanding men such as Brother Evans?? H e r m a n Sweatt Case, failing to stem jim crow laws in Texas, will be t a k e n to U. S. S u p r e m e Court. See story on paqe 10.

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H E R B E R T T. MILLER tary of the Centre A v e n u e (Y), and then was assigned to the Christian Street (Y) in Philadelphia, w h e r e he was executive secretary until 1942, when he was sent to Brooklyn. T h e Y. M. C. A. World Youth F u n d for the Restoration and Advance, in which the (Y) secretary will play an imp o r t a n t role, will be launched on a national scale on April 14. when 1,400 (Y) Associations in the United States, and

To the Officers and Members of Xi L a m b da Chapter, Greetings: In accordance with customs and provisions of the Constitution of Xi L a m b d a Chapter, t h e P r e s i d e n t h e r e w i t h submits his A n n u a l Report for the y e a r of 1946. 1. M E M B E R S H I P AND RECLAMATION At the beginning of 1946, Xi L a m b d a Chapter had a m e m b e r s h i p of about 180 as a result of the h a r d work of the General Convention Committee, t h e Secretary of Xi L a m b d a Chapter and t h e inspiration incident to t h e G e n e r a l Convention of 1945. Our budget for 1946 was fixed at $10.00 per brother upon the assumption that 175

brothers would be financial. By the middle of September, the Chapter had succeeded in reaching its goal of 175 members. But y o u r officers w e r e not gatis fied merely to meet the limitations of 175 fixed by the Budget Committee. We continued to work toward increasing the financial m e m b e r s h i p . We had in mind the reclamation p r o g r a m m e which was sponsored in the General Convention by B r o t h e r s in Chicago. As a result of this excess effort Xi L a m b d a was able to report 203 m e m b e r s to the General Convention at Columbus. Many of t h e 28 brothers who paid Grand Tax after N o v e m b e r 15th did not pay Chapter budget, b u t we felt that, inasmuch as it was late in the year and m a n y of them had t a k e n no p a r t Turn the page


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National Medical Association Elects Lattimore Head During the National Medical Association Convention held in Louisville in August. 1946, Brother Dr. J. A. C. Lattimore was elected National President of that Association for the year 1947. This honor is not only enjoyed by Brother Lattimore but is shared by local Alphas and the community in which he resides and works. In recognition of this achievement the Alpha Lambda Chapter

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DR. LATTIMORE HONORED BY NATIONAL MEDICS Brother J. O. Blanton, left end, is shown presenting trophy to Brother Dr. J. A. C. Lattimore. as expression of tribute from Alpha Lambda upon the latter's elevation to the presidency of the National Medical Association. Brother Lattimore was elected to the highest office in the NMA during the annual session of that body in Louisville, Ky., last August. Both Brothers Blanton and Lattimore are members of Alpha Lambda, Louisville, first graduate chapter to be formed by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.

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in Chapter activities during the year, it would be a wise and foresighted policy to accept their Grand Tax for 1947, thus aiding the Reclamation Programme and at the same time making it probable that those brothers would pay their 1947 Chapter budget. As a result of this excellent showing by Xi Lambda Chapter, the Ferguson Allen Trophy was presented to Xi Lambda at the 32nd Annual Convention of the Fraternity. In this connection I cannot help but recall that in Detroit in 1925, as Secretary of Theta Chapter and its President Elect for 1926. I accepted at the close cf the Convention on behalf of Theta Chapter. both the Balfour and the McGhec Cup for Chapter excellence. In 1946, Brother Thomas M. Clarke, as Secretary of Xi Lambda Chapter and its President Elect, at the close of the Convention received a cup for Xi Lambda Chapter. I sincerely hope that we can maintain the lofty position which we have achieved in this respect and I believe that if you continue to cooperate with your officers in the present as you have in the past two years, my hope will be realized. 2. CHAPTER ACTIVITIES During the year of 1946, we engaged in a number of Chapter activities designed not so much to publicize or to "show off our Chapter or Fraternity, but rather to stimulate interest within the Chapter itself and to keen our intensive spirit at a high level. This administration has less newspaper publicity than perhaps any other in the history of Xi Lambda Chapter. It is because we believed that before any organization can reach the highest degree of effectiveness in any of its extensive objectives it must first develop a strong, closelv knit, and enthusiastic internal organization. To this end. all of our efforts have been directed toward making Xi Lambda strong in membership and enthusiastic in spirit. fa) In February the officers entertained the Chapter at a smoker. The funds for that purpose were contributed by the officers of the Chapter. The President, was unfortunately ill in Provident Hospital. but reports brought to me indicated that the entertainment was most enjoyable and aided greatly both in stimulating enthusiasm and in the collection of Chapter budgets. (b) In May, the Chapter gave an elaborate smoker for Brothers Savory and Horner, Regional Directors of the Midwestern Area. Echoes of that evening were still being abundantly heard at the Convention in Columbus. (c) In June, we cooperated with the General Convention Committee in. the dance given at the University of Chicago. Any brother who attended that function would characterize it as one of the finest social gatherings had by any group anywhere. After the dance, Xi Lambda entertained at the Chapter House and assisted the brothers, their wives and


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FLOWERS FOR FIRST LADY IN NMA-Mrs. J. B. Hudson, (left) pins beautiful bouquet of flowers on Mrs. Naomi LaUimore during reception honoring her distinguished husband. Brother Dr. J. A. C. LaUimore, in recognition of his elevation to the presidency of the National Medical Association. The affair was given by members of Alpha Lambda Chapter, Louisville, Ky., home of Brother and Mrs. LaUimore. Mrs. Hudson is the wife of Dr. J. (Jimmie) B. Hudson, prominent Louisville pharmacist. sweethearts in rounding out a well spent evening. (d) In August, the Chapter entertained Brothers Strode and Washington . who were members of the All Star Team that played at Soldiers' Field. (e) Our dance, given from budget funds in October, at the Parkway Ballroom, offered an opportunity for us to repay many social courtesies that had been extended to us by our many friends. <f) Our all Alpha Day of December 13th was a record for the Chapter. It was built around the visit of our General President to the Chapter. The day began with luncheon for the General President at the Chicago Bar Association with those brothers who expected to attend the Convention. Brother Sidney A. Jones was host

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Later in the afternoon the initiation by Theta Chapter and the institution of the Chapter at Wisconsin, took place. Dinner by Theta Chapter followed. From 8 o'clock to 9, Brother Dr. Luther S. Peck entertained us with a private motion picture showing of Alpha Phi Alpha Convention, The Joe Louis Banquet, and the Negro Sailor. Our meeting followed at which the General President delivered a most inspiring address. A most sumptuous repast was furnished. The funds for this repast were contributed by Brothers Thomas M. Clarke, Sydney P. Brown, Dr. Frank S. Plummer, Dr. Clarence E. Thompson, Dr. William R. Thompson, Marcus A. Mahone, Dr. Leonard A. Jewell, Irme R. Mahone, Dr. Luther S. Peck, William H. Brown, Sidney A. Jones and Bindley C.

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A L P H A GOES TO COURT"â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hearings before I n t e s t a t e Commerce Commission. Washington, D. C . J a n u a r y 29. 1947, in case of Stamps & Powell versus Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. An all-white j u r y in a southern court rendered a verdict in favor of t h e plaintiffs, Messrs. Stamps and Powell, who had been denied dining car service on March 17. 194(5. Complainants were represented by B r o t h ers Belford V. Lawson, Jr., General President of Alpha P h i Alpha: and Sidney A. Jones, Jr., of Chicago, shown .seated (Center and left end). Mr. Stamps is manager, field office. Social Security Board,

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Chicago; and Mr. Powell is m a n a g e r of t h e S u p r e m e Liberty Life Insurance Company for West Virginia. B r o t h e r Attorney Jones who served Alpha as Midwestern Vice-President, stated that victory in this case is probably â&#x20AC;˘the first time an all-southern white jury has r e t u r n e d a verdict on behalf of Negroes in a case prosecuted by Negro attorneys because of refusal to serve a Negro in the main body of a dining car in a S o u t h e r n State. "The decision shows an enlightened attitude on the part of Southern whites and illustrates that intelligent and persistent efforts on the p a r t of Negroes to secure their full rights in the South can succeed," B r o t h e r J o n e s added.

XI LAMBDA POINTS WAY TO CHAPTER INTEREST respect, I should officially inform Xi Lambda that t h e sons of Brothers A. L. . Dr. Robert R. Church. L e o n a r d J e w e l l . A r t h u r Wilson, and Dr. A. N. Gordon w e r e initiated into Theta Chapter on December 13th, 1946. We look forward to the continuance of the splendid relationship with Theta throughout t h e years. 7. R E L A T I O N S H I P WITH GENERAL ORGANIZATION A few years ago, the Chicago Chapters were, in a measure, outcasts with the General Organization. T h e officers seemed to fear our unity, our progress and our power. And yet we d e m a n d e d no more than a comprehensive p r o g r a m m e for Alpha P h i Alpha based upon a rigid

adherence to Alpha P h i Alpha principles and ideals. A m o n g the objectives for which we consistently fought, w e r e less concentration of officers in one area, limitation of office, reclamation of brothers and an Executive Secretary w h o would be both Secretary and Editor of the Sphinx. We a r e p r o u d to r e p o r t t h a t u n d e r t h e direction of some of the s t a l w a r t brothers of Xi L a m b d a Chapter backed by the support of t h e brothers of both Theta and Xi Lambda, the G e n e r a l Organization is beginning to recognize t h a t some of the ideas advanced by the Chicago brothers can be of great value to t h e Fraternity. Following through our p r o g r a m m e w e

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have succeeded in committing t h e General Organization to the principle of an Executive Secretary and we believe t h a t we in 1948 will see the realization of that ideal. Our p r o g r a m m e of reclamation, instituted during 1946. has resulted in increasing the n u m b e r of financial brothers from 2156 in 1945 to 3650 in 1946. Gradually, the principal of the limitation of office is being realized and w e will all agree, I think, that the removal of the office of General Secretary from Washington h a s done m u c h toward the decentralization of officers. 8. D E L E G A T E S TO CONVENTION This year, for the first time in m a n y years Xi L a m b d a Chapter has sufficient funds on h a n d to pay expenses of its dele-


May, 1947 gates to the Convention. In 1944, certain brothers m a d e special contributions to help defray the expenses of the delegates. This year w e were able to allow each delegate $60.00. This is an indication of substantial financial progress. It was m a d e possible by the careful h u s b a n d i n g of our resources by the financial officers of t h e Chapter. I might report that the $60.00 given to the President as Senior Delegate was divided equally between B r o t h e r Clarke and myself. As C h a i r m a n of Committees at the General Convention our expenses were paid by the General Organization. We. therefore, decided that we would spend the $60.00 which you gave the Senior Delegate in furnishing you refrcshments this evening, not for the purpose of rejoicing in my d e p a r t u r e from

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the presidency, b u t in celebration of Brother Thomas M. Clarke's installation as President. Finally brothers, p e r m i t me to express my deep appreciation of the high honor you h a v e conferred upon m e in exalting me two successive times to t h e presidency of this great Chapter of Alpha P h i Alpha. I love this organization with all my heart. I am convinced that n o t h i n g as great, as lofty, as potentially useful has yet been b r o u g h t into existence in any p a r t of the world by men of our group. I enjoy r e n d e r i n g service, I enjoy the association with the men all of whom I regard as my Brothers, not figuratively but literally. On the national level, the F r a t e r n i t y is passing through a transition period that promises to bring out its highest and lofti-

BETA LAMBDANS GET F I R S T LOOK AT CONVENTION P L A N S FOR TULSAâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Beta L a m b d a Chapter was given its first look at plans for the 33rd General Convention which will convene in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when Brothers Dr. Tollie W. Harris, General Chairman, and Dr. Lloyd H. Williams. Regional Director, came from Tulsa to Kansas City by plane on S a t u r d a y evening. F e b r u a r y 15, to deliver the McGee Cup and discuss Convention a r r a n g e m e n t s at a Smoker given for the occasion at the residence of Brother and Mrs. B u r t A. Mayberry, 2446 Harrison Street.

Page 15 est ideals and noblest individuals. It has the greatest potentialities for service. These potentialities can only be realized by Xi L a m b d a continuing the present role it plays in the General Organization. In order to do that Xi L a m b d a must be strong, powerful and united. If as president I h a v e made any contribution to the glory and prestige of the Chapter. I beg you to believe that I consider it an insignificant recompense for the privilege of being a m e m b e r and for the ho and glory of having been y o u r president. To my worthy and distinguished successor I pledge my wholehearted sup in whatever p r o g r a m m e he u n d e r t a k e s , and assure him that I am ready to si the F r a t e r n i t y without whimpering, without m u r m u r i n g , with all my heart. (Turn to page 21)

Seated, left to right: Brothers George P e r r y : J. R. Liliard; Dr. Williams, Regional Director; Dr. Harris, Genera] Chairman for 33rd General Convention: Dr. W. W. A n d r e w s ; Roosevelt Butler. Standing, left to right: B r o t h e r s Dr. Eugene R. R u m m o n s ; Percy Caruthers; J. A. Bradford; J a m e s A. Moore; Guy Davis; Dowal H. Davis; A. R. T h u r m a n ; Dan C. Matthews; Atty. Elmer Jackson: E v e r e t t I. Bassett (holding McGee Cup); Joseph A. King; R. R. Mansfield; B u r t A. M a y b e r r y ; P a u l Mobiley; E d w i n Byrd; Willard Smith.


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from left to right, seated: Brothers A. T. Busby, U. S. Maxwell, G. R. Cotton, Paul Robeson, C. C. Hubbard, S. D. Scruggs, Hadley Hartshorne. Standing: A. E. Pullam, G. H. Williams, J. D. Parks, J. N. Freeman, N. L. Gerren, Lionel Newsome, Walter Talbot, D. D. Rains, Robert Clark, and T. D. Pawley. Present but omitted from the picture: Brothers James Seeney and C. B. Taylor. Following a brilliant recital at which he was assisted by Brother Nicholas L. Gerren, violinist. Brother Paul Robeson was guest of honor at a smoker social given by Beta Zeta Lambda Chapter, Jefferson City, Mo., at the home of Brother President and Mrs. G. Robert Cotton. Because of the pressure of other engagements the honoree was able to remain only a short time so that the hour spent with the brothers was crowded with activity. Members of Alpha Psi, undergraduate chapter at Lincoln University, were also on hand to greet their illustrious brother. Brother Robeson's concert, sponsored by the local graduate chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, filled to capacity the Junior College Auditorium for the first time in history according to reports. Negroes and whites from Columbia, Fulton, and Sedalia helped to swell the attendance at one of the truly interracial affairs of the year. The response was so spontaneous that Brother Robeson received seven encores. At the Lincoln University at a public reception on the University campus. The chapter smoker followed the reception. Brother Robeson was the guest of Brother and Mrs. Sherman D. Scruggs during his stay in the city.

THE SCHOOL'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR CITIZENSHIP Editor's Notes: Highlights of an address given by Brother James B. Cooley, of Christianburg Institute, Cambria, Va., during the education for Citizenship Week Program by Alpha Kappa Lambda Chapter. In the midst of our modern, industrial, and technological age, far greater demands are being made upon the populace of our country. As we totter dangerously on the brink of atomic energy, millions of people conscientiously attempt to peer through the fog that clouds the future. Political intrigue, confusion, intolerance. and social sectarianism are eating away the fibers of peace and are incessantly gnawing at the structure of the world. Amid such uncertain conditions, many solutions are going proposed, but if our governmental officials, leaders and educators had one request to make to effect a suitable answer to world prob-

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lems, I believe they would consistently, and, perhaps ask simultaneously for intelligent citizens of this nation and of the world. Consequently, how may we supply that citizenship so sorely needed today? The schools are destined to a major part in this effort and they should accept the challenge to foster such a broad and comprehensive program that they may furnish the nation and the world the type of citizen that will gratify its normal desires. They have an opportunity to create a right attitude toward civic duties and make good citizenship a habit, to present facts and ideals to the impressionable young mind in a way that should develop a generation of American citizens who will be quite as conscious of their obligations as they are of their rights and privileges. It is the duty of the school to weave a continuous thread of civic conscious-

ness and to acquaint their students with governing and obeying by participating in the government of the school. The people are the ultimate source of authority, their sovereignty is established. Tnerefore, the schools have the responsibility of fitting future citizens to perform the duty of governing, and specifically, the duty of voting. The school .should extend its program of citizenship to the community and through cooperation with civic organizations it could radiate such a stimulating influence that it would cultivate better living through citizenship. Many organizations are making their contributions to this end, but scarcely any have accepted this responsibility and endeavored to meet the challenge as the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. This Fraternity not only endorses the school's program, but sponsors a nation-wide citizenship program of its own. 'ihey have just closed their annual observance of Citizenship Week throughout the nation. America cannot be a great nation, nor can it expect to furnish world leadership umess it has a socially, economically, and politically educated citizenry. Consequently, we should be ever conscious of this tremendous responsibility and resolve that the United States of America is never going to lack ÂŤood citizens. As the lather of his country once said, "Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest may repair.'' '

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Alpha's Footprints Here and There News Briefs of Brothers, Chapters, and Their Activities APPLAUSE . . . a monthly publication now being published at Dallas, Texas, under editorship of Brother Don Gilbert Dennison, formerly of Eta Chapter, is gaming wide circulation in the Southwest. The magazine glorifies Megro womanhood, dramatizes Negro business, and concerns itself with social welfare and in a general way race relation. April's issue of APPLAUSE devotes its cover to the YMCA. It is done up in beautiful colors with a picture of three Negro youths. Applause is bringing many applauses to Brother Gilbert (seldom uses his last name) and deservedly so. . . Brother Gilbert can be reached by writing 2308 Thomas Avenue, Dallas, Texas. HAMPTON BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Brother Alonzo G. Moran, was only recently appointed to this post at Hampton Institute, Va. Brother Moran is a former Commissioner of Public Welfare for the Virgin Islands, and served as manager of the first low-cost public housing project built in America, University Homes. LANIER SCHOLARSHIP . . . Brothers of the newly established Gamma Iota Chapter has lost no time in giving practical demonstration of announced that the chapter will' present its first schoiardship, beginning with the Fall Convocation in September. The scholarship award will be called the R. O'Hara Lanier


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Tulsa, Oklahoma Brothers Carry On Splendid Program To Reduce Juvenile Delinquency In City

ULSA, Oklahoma is fortunate in having two men who are engaged in the performance of public service duties. Few cities of this size can boast of the performance of the service minimizing juvenile delinquency and controlling the further spread of venereal disease The two men who work in this capacity are Brothers Robert L. Fairchild, and Harry D. Ward. Brother Fairchild is the Public Health Assistant of the State Department of Health working in the Tulsa Cooperative Clinic. Brother Ward is the Assistant Probation Officer of the Municipal Juvenile Court. Brother Ward attended the elementary and high school in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and graduated from Manual Training High, May, 1929; later, he entered Rust College, Holly Springs. Mississippi, and graduated from Wiley College, Marshall, Texas, in 1933, with an A. B. degree. Brother Fairchild attended elementary and high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. graduated from Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma, February, 1925. He entered the University oi Nebraska, majoring in Business Administration, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1931.

Brother Ward taught two years at Lincoln High School, Fort Smith, Aikansas. and was principal of one of the separate schools, Jenks, Oklahoma for a period of five years. Brother Fairchild taught school at the W. T. Vernon School, Bixby, Oklahoma for a period of six years. In tuarch, 1942, Brother Fairchild was asked to accept a position with the United States Public Health Service. The principal consideration being in the field of venereal disease control. The army, after six months of work drafted Brother Fairchild, and kept him in service for thirtythree months. Brother Ward's principal duties are: to have charge of all Negro boys and girls delinquent in the City of Tulsa, under sixteen years of age, make investigations, present data to juvenile court, transport delinquents to training schools, counsel the Negro youths, and help make plans pertaining to their welfare. Under Brother Ward's supervision, is one detention home for girls pending disposition. Plans are in the advanced stage for some type of home for Negro boys. This home will be under the direct supervision of Brother Ward. Brother Fairchild's principal duties are: to locate, instruct, and educate all Negro patients of the seriousness of venereal diseases. He is to counsel with aJl new cases, probable new cases, and inform them of the facilities available for the treatment of communicable diseases. He also performs such duties as showing moving pictures of such diseases to the public. From time to time he is called upon to make lectures. Bi other V\fard is a member of the First L_.ptist Church's choir, serves as Sunday school teacher, and head of the Benevolent Board. He serves as member of the Tulsa Civic Male Chorus; is past treasurer of the Amity Masonic Lodge Number 236 and Shriner, president of the Beau Brummel Social Club, a member of the National Probation Association, active in Y. M. C. A. work and all other civic affairs, and is vice-president of Alpha Tau Lambda Chapter. Brother Ward married Willa Mae Jones, February, 1934, and the happy couple is at home at 2547 No. Quincy Street. Tulsa. Brother Fairchild is a member of the Vernon A. M. E. Church, teacher of its Sunday school, secretary of the Trustee Board, secretary of the Stonehill Ma-

Scholarship Award, named in honor of Brother Dr. Lanier, Minister to Liberia, who served Hampton as its first Negro president. DR. ROBERT P. DANIEL . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity men who are intimately acquainted with the activities of Brother Dr. Robert P. Daniel within the rank of our fraternal organization should likewise learn more about him as President of Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C. Brother Daniel has run true to a great name and a great family in the field of education. Son of the late Charles J., and Carrie Green Daniel, Brother Daniel was born on the campus of Virginia State

College, Petersburg. His father was at that time secretary of Virginia State College, a position which he held with such distinction for 28 years that after his death one of the buildings later erected was named Daniel Hall in his honor. He is a member of the only Negro family in America, four of whose sons hold the Ph. D. degree. (The Shaw University Bulletin). Late last fall Shaw University observed Brother Daniel's Tenth Anniversary as president, the second Negro to serve in that capacity; and the 81st Anniversary of the founding of the institution. His

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HARRY C. WARD sonic Lodge Number 62, member of the American Legion, secretary of the Advisory Board, of Camp Fire Girls, member of the Oklahoma State Social Welfare Association, of the Nursing Organization of Public Health, of the Amets, and secretary of Alpha Tau Lambda Chapter. He also takes pride in being associated with Brother Lewis O. Swingler, Editor-in-Chief of the Sphinx, and other outstanding brothers of the Fraternity. He and Brother Swingiei entered Alpha Phi Alpha together at Nebraska University in 1927, twenty years ago. Brother Fairchild married Miss Florence McGee, Muskogee, Oklahoma, in 1932, and is blessed with a son, Robert, Jr. The couple happily married, is at home at 2119 North Quincy Street, Tulsa. These two brothers will be on hand to give their time and effort to make the General Convention an outstanding success. Both brothers co-ordinate their efforts in the performance of their activities. Brother Ward aids Brother Fairchild in carrying out his duties, and Brother Fairchild aids Brother Ward in a similar manner. For it has been learned that disease germs have no respect for person or age. Down the walk of life both brothers work hand in hand in carrying out the activities assigned to them. ten years were summed up in these four words:â&#x20AC;&#x201D;"Administration, One of Progress." Fraternally, Brother Daniel has long been a leader in Alpha Phi Alpha. He began as a student at Virginia Union; and has continued through later life. He served the organization as Eastern VicePresident and in that capacity was so active in the development of interest in his jurisdiction that he became known as "Dynamic Dan." Presently, he is giving Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity the benefit of his experiences in finances by serving as Chairman of the Budget Committee.


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DEDICATED TO THE LITTLE BROTHERS IN THE SPHINX CLUB On Thursday, April 24th, I just received my copy of the Convention Number of the Sphinx. (The Post Office Employees must enjoy 'reading it before I do 1 as it was a week late in delivery.) I am not surprised at this. (One of the finest friendships that I prize today is that of a distinguished I Kappa man, Mr. G. James Flemming, who introduced himself to I me when he came to r>R WTOTFWQ

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UK. WINTERS formerly been on the editorial staff of a Norfolk, Va., newspaper when the Sphinx was published there years ago. He told me that the staff would be notified when my article, "The Frat Fun was printed and the whole plant would recess and read it together.) As I was sayin-g,—before my modesty departed,— it was just last week while reading the belated issue that I learned that the dead line for the Spring issue was April 5th. Since you won't read this anyway, you and I are in the same position as the two morons who agreed to meet downtown in New York at Roxy's Theatre. Said moron A: "Now you be there on time; but if you do get there before 1 do, you make a big chalk mark x on the pavement to the right of the main entrance. Said moron B: Yes, and if I get there first, I'll rub it out." If this column isn't published, write and tell me how much you liked it. The keynote of this column is Spring and the number is sometimes referred to as the Educational Number. It is therefore very appropriate that this article should be dedicated to the Little Brothers of the Sphinx Clubs because if there is any time when they can stand an increase in education it is in the Spring. We become poetic in the Spring. Who

hasn't heard the jingle: "In the Spring a young man's fancy, Lightly turns to thoughts of love." Thoughts certainly do turn in that direction but.from my observation in the schools and colleges which I have attended in my youth, the young man's fancy turned to thoughts of "love" that had occurred during the previous winter. The thoughts were not "lightly" turned either. And you can omit the "c" and insert an "n" in one of those words in the poem." Many a callow college youth has found that one winter hour with Venus has resulted in Spring months with II Penseroso. If it is philosophy you need, I commend Omar Khayyam: "Come fill the Cup and in the fire of Spring Your Winter garment of Repentance fling: The Bird of Time has but a little way To flutter—and the Bird is on the Wing." Isn't it strange how reluctantly we go to bed at night, the late hours, the cribbing, the bull sessions. And once ensconced in the seductive charms of nature's panacea for day time's vicissitudes, rather, to you—once in bed, we hate to get up in the morning. Have you heard the poem, brimful of philosophy by Isaac De Benserade which reads: "In bed we laugh, in bed we cry; And born in bed, in bed we die. The near approach a bed may show Of human bliss to human woe." And 'tis in bed that some of life's greatest disappointments are met. Isn't that right; has it ever happened to you? Have you not thought about it, made your plans, looking eagerly forward to it, undressed very hurriedly and excitedly, then crawled confidently in bed and discovered—you had insomnia and could not go to sleep. Say, what am I talking about; what has that got to do with Spring and Education? Well, just this, that particular disappointment seldom happens in the

Spring, but if it does it is an educational lesson you never forget. So I am told! The best education is Experience. Kipling says, "I have six honest serving men— They taught me all I knew: Their names are What and Where and When And Why and How and Who." George Bernard Shaw says—"Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children." Tennyson says: "And others' follies reach us not, Nor much their wisdom teaches; And most, of sterling worth, is what Our own experience preaches." Now back to Spring. It surely brings up the poetic sap. Here is a classic. A pre-med student was asked to compose one verse of poetry including the words "Analyze" and "Anatomy." He wrote: "My analyze over the ocean My analyze over the sea Oh. who will go over the ocean And bring back my anatomy." Less about Spring, more about Education and Educators. The story comes to me that the very astute and august president of Bluefield College, Brother Dr. Dickason is strong in his likes and dislikes. The story is told me that he does like waffles and syrup; maple syrup if he could get it, corn syrup if it is available or even molasses. At one of the better restaurants of the ctiy of Philadelphia on the occasion of Freedom's Day, held annually in February, the noted educator went into a restaurant and ordered waffles and syrup. Sugar was high and syrup was scarce but the waitress, a very personable and ingenious young lady suggested that he try honey on his waffles. To his surprise it was better than syrup or molasses, (of course) Every day during his stay in Philadelphia he would drop in at the cafe and from a knowing nod of his dignified Turn to page 20


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REMEMBER very well my first extended reading of Victor Hugo. It was in my father's library a quarter of a century ago. I would come home pleasantly exhausted from the wars our Black Sox team waged every afternoon exceot Sunday on nearby sandlots, dispose as quickly as possible of my dinner, and, if it was before the hummer holiday, do my homework, and then be off avoyaging through the discursive universe of Hugo's novels. Returning now to those early 'twenties they seem a faery time. In clement weather of ERO. JACKSON an evening the front porch of the neighborhood belle would be cluttered with rival ukulele players strumming away at the chorus of "Always" or "I'll See You in My Dreams." It was the Age of the Phonograph, and to us no home was properly equipped without the records of Gene Austin, whose singing of "My Blue Heaven' represented for many an adolescent damozel the apogee of human achievement. Our 'heroes of the silver screen' were Rudolph Valentino and the elder Fairbanks. After "Blood and Sand" I went around for weeks with purposively slitted eyes, narrowly transfixing even the print of my textbooks with the look of iron will Valentino had directed down his sword blade upon the charging bull his, or his double's skill was soon flamboyantly to dispatch. Bakeries still sold for a nickel a thing which we called, to the best of my orthographic ability, "cookoos;" and the fact that life was mean never seemed so clear to me as on those afternoons when the bakery at Fifteenth and Chestnut into which we always swarmed on our way home from classes at Central did not have my favorite cinnamon "cookoo" flavor. Automobiles were still

upright. Hair was bobbed, and so were skirts, although only the most advanced thinkers in our crowd of growing boys considered brevity in female attire a particular convenience. In high school everybody still took algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and a subject that seems to have vanished utterly called physical geography. All of us who had pre-visions of a high calling chose Latin instead of French, conquering the Gauls and Cataline with Caesar and Cicero, and suffering with old Anchises the effects of Aeneas' insensibility to privation. Never too far from us towered the threat of culture, piano lessons from Miss Minnis or toe-dancing, as we called it, in the weekly classes of Preston and Bassett. The annual recitals of these two outposts of the beaux arts were the great hazards of our existence, and bitter as the cup for him who could not circumvent the parental determination to martyrize us in these effete exhibitions. Altogether that world of the 'twenties was for me a simple and innocent affair. But that is true only because in the 'twenties I was a child, and the world which returns to me is a child's world, limited to a child's knowledge and a child's values. Actually, that world of the early 'twenties was a tragic epoch, for in it the dream of better things that had fired the generation which fought World War I was sacrificed to the old idols of reaction. Out of its timidities and chicaneries, its insanities and sloths, treasons, stupidities and surrender, were born the Great Depression and World War II. If I had only known it, :t was actually the sort of world which makes of Victor Hugo's life a trumpet of no ancertain sound, and renders Matthew Josephson's current biography of him* such timely reading at the present moment. It was, it seems to me, imperative for everyone to understand, the very kind of world which Victor Hugo's life can prove to us, at this moment of free decision, we must not feel that we shall be satisfied to accept. It was a world in its own assortment of infantilisms as incompetent for the requirements

of adult life as the little universe in which I met my severely truncated Hugo was insufficient in its far less disastrous restrictions. Josephon's account of Victor Hugo has many things to recommend its wide reading by an attentive audience. Some of these are matters of Josephon's own skill as an author, of his own ability to tell a story vividly and to breathe into the nostrils of the Hugolian image he is shaping the breath of life. Some of these are matters of Hugo's own felicity as a subject for biography, the infinite variety of his genius, the "scandalous" arrangements of his private life, the very moving drama of his resistance to Louis-Napoleon, the large amount of either spectacular or "human-interest" material easily available in the many incidents of his octogenarian career. But the great virtue of Josephson's performance Is this one already implied, that he makes the reader see Hugo as more than an individual. He makes of Hugo a real and attractive symbol for the great tradition of humanism, so that the reader constantly reads this biography in terms of keenly felt, urgent parallels, Louis-Napoleon and his pretorian guard to the Hitlerite elements of our own time. However, more than the mere suggestion of such parallels is here. This biography goes beyond the familiar pastime of reminding us that history repeats itself. Josephson is, with Hugo, on the side of the angels. Like Hugo also he apparently believes in contending for the cause his heart embraces. Actually, therefore, this book is a sort of handbook for non-reactionaries. It is an exhortation to them, a call to them to go forth to the battle as Hugo did, and, withall, a testament of faith in the progressive philosophy of life. It is, therefore, no accident that the best chapters in this book deal with Hugo after his break with the conservatives of his day. Not that Hugo's earlier career is skimped, or that his youth and early prime suffers from lack of vivid recounting. Full justice is done, indeed, to the richness of Hugo's experience as an artist and a man before he developed Turn the page


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into the first citteen of France. All the glory of his success is here—and what a tale of prowess it is! Here is a novelist who was also a great poet, in fact for virtually sixty years the master poet of his vernacular literature; who, amazing as such an achievement surely is, united in his poetic career not only the extremes of literary temperament (beginning as a classicist, rapidly reaching the top rank in that genre, and then practicing for many years as the outstanding French romanticist poet so effectively tha*, the seminal value of his later work appears considerably in his influence upon such practitioners as Verlaine and Rimbaud), but also exceptional performance across the whole range of poetry's various forms from lyric through epic. Here is r» poet who was also a great dramatist, whose Hernani of 1830, indeed, carried iihe day for the Romantic rebellion in the Parisian theater, and whose dominating position in French drama can certainly not be said to have come to an end before, in 1843, the public's tepid reception of his Les Burgraves reflected the end of an era in public taste. Here is a dramatist who was also something of a critic, as his preface to Cromwell, which in 1827 sounded the charge for the Romantic attack on French classical drama, vigorously demonstrated. Here was, in short. a novelist—poet—dramatist—critic who was also a woodcarver of gratifying virtuosity, a talker in some ways as commanding as Bos-well's Johnson, a gifted draughtsman with the pencil or the brush, a member of the Academy, a somttime peer of France, and a self-made millionaire. And, finally, here was a lover who managed for thirty-five years concurrent existences with a wife and a mistress, either of whom would have, in fidelity and fineness of character, seemed to an ordinary man a mate too sublime to be true, and reconciled eventually not only the wife and the mistress, but the world itself, to his heterodox bounty. Indeed from beginning to end Josephson's Hugo is hardly a book which can, at any point, be put down without reluctance. Victor Hugo lived very few dull hours, and Josephson has put none of those few into this biography. Yet it is nevertheless true that Josephson really blazes with furor poeticus only after he finds himself reproducing the Hugo who marshalled his powers against the despotic ambitions of Louis-Napoleon. This is very clearly the Hugo whom Josephson loves most fondly. And well he might For this Hugo is a creature both attractive and majestic. This is the Hugo whose speeches in the French Assembly still pulse with the dynamics of great actions on great occasions, and reveal Hugo as one of the great political orators of all time. This is the Hugo who chose exile rather than submission to a dictatorship, whose spirit never flagged during the long Russian winter of his residence outside France, who survived everything, the wanderings of a Dispossessed man, the deaths in his family, the onset of old age, the evil days of the country his gallic blood so passionately adored, firm in his faith that no night can

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last forever. And this is the Hugo whom the people of Paris received again with open arms after the downfall of LouisNapoleon, whom they virtually canonized while he was yet living, and of whom in a funeral eulogy Prime Minister Brisson could truthfully say, "A whole people follows him to his grave. For what man of our time is not indebted to him? Democracy everywhere laments his passing." For those who believe that government is for the people and not the people for government, and to whom the slogans of democratic living are more than hypocritical catch-phrases, Victor Hugo was a great public servant. By the same token, Matthew Josephson, through the publication in this hour of such a biography as this one fortunately proves itself, has likewise acted to the public good. They say that liberal commentators are being forced off the radio. And what they say seems true. They say the newspapeis are beating the tom-toms for reaction. And again the evidence is disheartening. In Congress "free enterprise" and "rugged individualism" are the unforgiving idols of the temple, while everywhere the purges of the witch hunters seek out even the mildest sinners against economic or social Brahminism. Is it any wonder then that the liberalizing spirit of mankind grows weak? It is not the time, therefore, that we should hear again Victor Hugo saying to the clerical party in France during the debate over the Falloux Bill: ". . . And you would be masters of education! And there is not a writer, not a poet, not a philosopher, not a thinker that you accept, and all that has been written, discovered, dreamed, deduced, imagined, illuminated, invented by genius in all times, the treasures of civilization, the secular heritage of generations, the collective patrimony of all minds, you reject! . . . Ah! you would stop it all! Alas, I say to you again, with deep regret, I, who have no wish for upheavals and catastrophes, if you reject progress, then you shall have revolutions! To those so mad as to say: "Humanity shall go no farther,' God answers with the trembling of the earth.'" Or that again should be echoed his devastating ridicule of Louis-Napoleon: ". . . And now, my friends, let us talk a little of the 'Empire'! They tell me no one is thinking of an empire; I have the habit of tearing off masks. What do these cries mean—Long live the Emperor!—who pays for them? What are these whispers we hear of a debauched pretorian guard preparing for attack on us? Is it because ten centuries ago there was once a Charlemagne, who left to the world a sword and a scepter immeasurable; . . . and is it because another genius came, a thousand years later, who knew how to take up this sword and this scepter . . . who gave his names to those glittering syllables, Friedland, Rivoli, Jena . . . that you come now, you, you dare to take it up after him, as he had taken it up after Charlemagne? You would dare take in your puny hands the scepter of the Titans, the sword of the

giants. After August—must we have Augustulus? Because we have had a Napoleon the Great, must we have a Napoleon the little? Is it not high time, above all, that we listen once more to such an affirmation of faith as Victor Hugo made at the great dinner given him in Brussels in 1862, the "banquet for Les Miserables"; that we heed his assurance, and take heart afresh? "The tunnel is long, obscure and terrible. For we may well say that humanity is underground, so much does matter envelop and crush, so much do superstitions, prejudices and tyrannies weigh upon it like a thick vault, so much darkness surrounds us! Alas, ever since man's beginnings history has always been subterranean . . . But in the nineteenth century, since the French Revolution, there has been hope and certainty. Before us, a point of light appears. It grows, it grows from moment to moment, the future, fulfillment, the end of our miseries, the dawn of joy! . . . The hour approaches when humanity, delivered from the dark tunnel of six thousand years, suddenly brought face to face with the sunlight of the ideal, will make its sublime escape into the dazzling sunlight!. . ." For it is the world of Victor Hugo's mature dreams, the world which, though only a visionary thing, supported his labors, his privations and his hopes, for it is this world which breathes through his oratory as well as his acts, that is the real world. The reactionaries, the practical men, who understand human nature and know how everything goes in the actual world, they have the snare and the delusion. They cannot see the mansions because their lusts have found a swine's satiety in a sty. And they would bind us within their own mean, petty, vicious limits, vis et armis, if necessary, even if in so doing they sabotage their own good as well as ours. But the life of Victor Hugo reminds us that the pigmy spirits need not prevail over us. And it is to Josephson's great credit that, in reluming Hugo, he has made of this biography an extension of the crusade in the prosecution of which, as Josepnson makes abundantly clear, Hugo found his kingdom, his power and his glory. -s

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head the waitress would get the order for waffles and honey. One day he went to the place preoccupied in the speech he was to make that evening and mumbled, without noticing the waitress, "waffles as usual." The waitress brought the waffles, a little pat of oleo and some syrup from canned peaches. Brother Dickason scanned the order, looked up at the new waitress in disgust and bellowed: "Where's my honey; Where's my honey?" The waitress, quite abashed blurted out, "Oh, sir, Mayme don't work here no more!" Little Brothers, you are soon to be Alpha men (I hope). Even a column of satire and fun should carry some word of advice and encouragement. I welcome


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CHARTER MEMBERS OF GAMMA OMICRON C H A P T E R Rear: Clarence Gregory, Chaplain; Eddie Goins, Sergeantat-Arms; Booker T. Lewis; Lucius Ross; J o h n W. Martin; Lincoln Blakeney, Assistant Secretary; H e r m a n Smith, Vice

GAMMA OMICRON CHAPTER Knoxville College GREETINGS: Charter members of G.imma Omicron Chapter. Knoxville Colleg Knoxville, Tennessee, were formally presented to the student body of the college. Ma.eta lith, in an impressive program at the regular assembly hour. Presentation of the new chapter was made by the Knoxville graduate chapter, Alpha Mu Lambda, of which Brother O. T. Hogue is president. Brother William H. Gray, president of

Fraternity fun From page 20 all of you and hope that t h r u the frivolities incidental to the conditioning you a r e receiving, y o u will see the ideals w e cherish. Your education is not y e t complete, but this column and S p r i n g a r e almost gone. "For let Philosopher and Doctor p r e a c h Of w h a t they will and w h a t they will not â&#x20AC;&#x201D;each Is b u t one link in an eternal chain T h a t none can slip, nor break, n o r reach." W h e n visions of big brothers of Alpha

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President; Walter Plemmer, Secretary; William Peters, Treasurer, F r o n t : E. G. Smithwick; Charles D. Woods, Historian; A. B. Coleman; Grogan Joyner, Financial Secretary; and H e n r y Marsh, President.

Florida A. & M. College delivered the morning message. His witty, profound statements brought hearty response from the audience. Brother Aron Allen regional director, was also present and gave useful and encouraging remarks. Ceremonies continued the following evening when Gamma Omicron was feted with a banquet at the local Y. M. C. A. Principal speaker on this occasion was Brother W. N. Lovelace of Cincinnati, national officer and an alumnus of Knoxville College. The week-end activities ended with special fraternal services Sv.v>day morning, March 16th, fill you with awe, r e m e m b e r : "Great fleas h a v e little fleas Upon their backs to bite 'em And these again h a v e little fleas, A n d so,â&#x20AC;&#x201D;ad infinitum." It is now 1:15 a. m., long past m y bedtime, long past the editor's deadline a n d since you m a y not see this anyhow, for my own pleasure and equanimity I will close with: "Ah, m a k e the most of w h a t w e y e t m a y spend Before w e too into the Dust descend; Dust unto Dust, a n d u n d e r Dust to lie, Sans Wine, Sans Song, Sans Singer, a n d sans End. O. Wilson Winters.

at the college's MacMillan Chapel. Rev. Brother D. Dykes, local minister, delivered the sermon. At the chapter's initial meeting the following officers were elected: Henry Marsh, president; Herman Smith, vice president; Walter Plemmer, secretary; William Peters. treasurer; Lincoln Blakeney. assistant secretary; Grogan Joyner. financial secretary: Charles D. Woods, historian; Clarence Gregory, chaplain; and Eddie Goins, sargeant-atarms. Other members are: A. B. Coleman. Booker T. Lewis. John W. Martin. Lucius Ross, and E. G. Smitchwick. Fraternally yours, LINCOLN BLAKENEY Associate Editor.

Xi Lambda Chapter points (From page 15) To the brothers of X i Lambda, I assure you of my deepest appreciation and affection and ask that you give y o u r fullest and best cooperation to Brother Thomas M. Clarke that he m a y h a v e a successful and fruitful administration and thus let Xi L a m b d a continue to transcend all to the glory and r e n o w n of this b r o a d band of friendship and b r o t h e r h o o d k n o w n as Alpha P h i Alpha. F r a t e r n a l l y submitted, Bindley C. Cyrus.


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Lincoln University (Mo.) Greetings to Brothers from Alpha Psi: Last fall ten neophytes were welcomed ml., the chapter at a banquet given in their li at the home of the chapter's mother. Mrs. Edith Cross. The neophytes are: Brothers V. A. Banks, William Cambell. Roscoe Cruzat Thomas Dudley, Elijah Girven, Russel Grant. Marcellus Jones. James Lewis, Ernest Palm, and William Young. The new brothers were welcomed by both Alpha Psl and Beta /.eta Lambda Chapters. Brother Herman represented the chapter at the 32nd General Convention in Columbus. Ohio, last December. He brought back news of much interest to the chapter. Brother Paul Robeson gave a recital in Jefferson City last January 25th. alter which Beta Zeta Lambda invited Alpha Psi and visiting brothers to a smoker- social honoring Brother Robeson. The affair was given at the home of Brother and Mrs. G. Robert Cotton. 606 Marshall Street. Brother Robeson spoke about his plans for the future and the past general convention. The undergraduate and graduate chapters here have planned a great program for this year's Education for Citizenship Week and Go to "High School. Go to College" campaign. Speakers from each chapter will be sent to neighboring towns of Jefferson City. Alpha Psi chapter for the first semester oi the school year 1946-47 had an average of better than two points. The only other organization on "The Hill" to equal or surpass this average was the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Over forty-eight men took the oath which made them Sphinxmen of Alpha Psi chapter at the beginning of the second semester. Fraternally yours, LAWRENCE G. DARDEN, Associate Sphinx Editor.

BETA ZETA LAMBDA Jefferson City, Mo.

F. NATHANIEL GATLIN Beta Zeta L a m b d a Chapter inducted F . Nathaniel Gatlin, concert clarinetist and ™ n r ° f n™* a n d ° r C h e 5 t r a a t L i n c o l n University, in its first p o s t w a r i n M a t t o n Zr \T S ^ T ' 6 8 ' W h k h w e r e c o n d ^ t e d in Darnel Hall a t Lincoln University w e r e followed by dinner a t the h o m e of Brother C. B . Taylor, host for t h e o S n , P r ° t h o u - G a ^ u n ' , a n a t i v c o f G a r y ' I n d j a n a , is a g r a d u a t e of Steel High School Dayton Ohio. Oberlin a n d N o r t h w e s t e r n Universities. Before coining to Lincoln nH M ' t • a V ^ : , , " e l G 0 U e f a n d A ' a n d T - C o I I < ^ to Greensboro. North Carolh a and at Elizabeth City Teachers College a t Elizabeth City, N o r t h Carolina » * A f 3 c j a r i n f t i s t ' B u r o t h e r G a t l j n " a s appeared extensively in concert in c h i n c h e s ana Texans aCn°d n \ 1 ' h r 0 U g h ? u t £ S m i d w e s t a n d i n V i r g i n i a - N o r t « Carolina, L o u ! I due J r . , % , vt I T a - ' " . a d d ] t l o n h e h a s auditioned for such outstanding conductors as Stokowski, Hans Kindler, B o h u m i r K r y l , Enesco, a n d Goldschmann and O r r h S J ! r f n T r S a \ L i " c ° l n University h e h a s developed t h e University Band and Orchestia to t h e point w h e r e they a r e in constant d e m a n d throughout t h e state An assiduous student of his instrument, B r o t h e r Gatlin is eager to b r i n g to N e g r o music lovers he possibilities of t h e clarinet as a concert i n s t r u m e n t A s a teacher he is constantly encouraging h i , own students to a m o r e serious study of music both popular and classic. A m o n g his most recent achievements is the organization of a children's band a t t h e local Washington High School, a project which h a s w o n for h i m t h e respect and admiration of t h e e n t i r e community. H e is a tireless w o r k e r a n d a most likable person. Beta Zeta L a m b d a is, therefore, proud of having b r o u g h t Wm into t h e light of the world.

GREETINGS: At its initial meeting of the year held at the home of Brother J. N. Freeman, Brother Dr. A. R. Maddox. retiring president. handed over the gavel of office to Brother G. Robert Cotton, newly elected president of the chapter, and installed the remaining officers as his last official act. The roster of officers for 1947 follows: G. Robert Cotton, president; George H. Williams, vice president: Alan T. Busby, secretary; Arthur E. Pullam, corresponding secretary; U. S. Maxwell, treasurer; Christopher C. Hubbard, chaplain; Lionel Newsom, coordinator with Alpha Psi Chapter, and Thomas D. Pawley, associate editor to the Sphinx. Prior to the installation of officers, Brother Cotton presented to the Chapter Mr. Sandy Miller, a freshman student at Lincoln University, who won in competition with other students from Central Missouri, the chapter award of twenty-five dollars as the outstanding male high school graduate entering the University. Mr. Miller was the chapter's guest at dinner served in the rathskeller of the Booker T. Hotel by Brother Freeman prior to the meeting in his home. Presentation of the award was made by Brother Maddox, who supplemented the chapter award with his own check for twenty-live dollars. Miller then spoke briefly and r e ceived in turn the individual congratulations of all the brothers before leaving. Brother Cotton on assuming office, outlined to the chapter his program for the year. His remarks may be summed up in his words, "Lot's win the McGee Cup." Fraternally yours. THOMAS D. PAWLEY Associate Sphinx Editor.

GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Hampton Institute At the date of this writing, fifteen undergraduate brothers, all charter members,


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GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER—Charter m e m b e r s of G a m m a Iota Chapter, Hampton Institute, Va. Left to right, (semicircle):—William B. Proctor, Silas J. Jackson, Calvin L. Cooke, Ray L. Richardson, W. Carl Gordon, F r e d R. West, make up Gamma Iota chapter at Hampton Institute. Though one of the youngest chapters in Alpha Phi Alpha, having received its charter on February 9, 1947, Gamma Iota is even now ready to assert itself in setting a progressive pace for its respectable and somewhat older brother chapters. In less than fifteen minutes after being officially established by Brother L. H. Schuster. Gamma Iota's roster of officers was complete: William Proctor, president; Lloyd Starks, vice president; Emanuel Bertrand. corresponding secretary; Jacob Stewart, recording secretary; Calvin Cooke, treasurer; W. Carl Gordon, dean of pledgees; Midgett Parker, parliamentarian; Fred West, Jr., chaplain; Elmer McDowell, sergeant-at-arms. Rounding out the chapter roll are Brothers Silas Jackson, Ray Richardson, Calvin Sampson, Edgar Smith, Will Smith, Jr., and Calvin Wanser. With particular acknowledgement to Brother Doctor George W. Hunt, our advisor, for his untiring interest and timely insight into fraternity affairs, we can say that this period of first beginnings has not been too difficult for Gamma. Iota. Our present executive officers, Brothers Proctor and Stark, aside from being alert and capable leaders in their own right, were Alpha men of experience even before the time of Gamma Iota's inception. Also, a better-than-fair number

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Jr., Calvin Wanser, Calvin Sampson, Will Smith, Jr., Midgett S. P a r k e r , E m a n u e l A. B e r t r a n d , and Jacob T. Steward. Center, from left:—Lloyd J. Stark, Elmer McDowell, and Edgar L. Smith, J r .

of our "GI" brothers are themselves active and prominent in campus affairs—Brother Gordon, president of the local NAACP Chapter; Brother Stewart president of the Negro History Society; Brother Bertrand, president of Kappa Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu Honorary Society; Brother Wanser, co-chairman of 1he Student Christian Association; Brother Cooke, president of the Senior Class. Four of our brothers are members of the Alpha Kappa Mu Society, On the first semester Honor Roll. Gamma Iota placed eleven out of its fifteen members. Thus, it occurs that, in spite of it being less than three months old, Gamma Iota can build up no defense for not taking a ranking position in fraternal life throughout this vicinity. We intend to advance, achieve, and contribute, fraternally, academically, and socially in the truest tradition of Alpha. In this light, we have outlined below for your consideration of our first program, including chapter activities engaged in to date and other events that have been pre-arranged for the immediate future. On last March 18, twenty-six pledgees were received into the Sphinx Club, which, according to the Hampton Script, was the first Greek-letter pledge club established at Hampton. Gamma Iota expects to conduct its first ritual on April 19lh.

On March 23 Gamma Iota entertained its sister sorors of Gamma Zeta Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, at breakfast at the home of Brother Walter R. Brown. Sr., secretary of Hampton Institute. Following breakfast the two chapters worshipped together in the Church of Christ on the campus. We quote an article clipped from the March 29th issue of the Hampton Script: "In keeping with the Annual Scholarship Night observance, the Script has been asked to announce that beginning with the Fall Convocation in September of 1947 an annual R. O'Hara Lanier Scholarship Award will be presented by the Gamma Iota Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity to the sophomore male student who has maintained the highest scholastic average during his first two semesters at Hampton Institute." At the annual Hampton Varsity Club banquet Gamma Iota will present the first set of its annual Alpha Phi Alpha Basketball Awards. The award is to be presented to the most valuable player on the varsity basketball team (selected by a local nonpartisan committee) and consists of a display trophy, on which the name of the annual winner shall be engraved, and a smaller trophy to be retained by the winner. For this year's Education and Citizenship Week observance Gamma Iota has arranged


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May, 1947 believe that it is with ease the way you young men conduct yourselves. Your probation line is the most perfect line I've witnessed. You can imagine the inspiration I get to see such a fine group of fellows turn toward the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. It means that the future generation is gaining and our campus should be proud. May I say good luck to all of you and may the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity continue to grow Into what will make a truer democracy and a one world. Sisterly yours. LOIS J. SAMUELS. Our intention is to construct a memorial honoring A. & I.'s war veterans in the near future. Beta Epsilon will play a part in observing "Education and Citizenship Week." May we as Alpha men succeed in being first of all. servants of all and in transcending all. Fraternally yours BENJAMIN W. HARRIS, Associate Editor.

BETA PHI LAMBDA Savannah. Georgia

to have brothers spesk to students of elementary and secondary schools in the surrounding community Brother Will Smith at Union Street School in Hampton; Brother West at Phenix High School in Hampton. and Brother Parker at Huntington High School in Newport News. Gamma Iota plans to conclude its activities for this school year with a picnic followed by an evening party to be given jointly with Gamma Zeta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Along with this message of our first step into the Greek-letter world, Gamma Iota sends fraternal greetings to all the brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha. Chronologically we are still an adolescent chapter, but we hope that our brothers more mature in the ways of Alpha will not spare the rod in looking into our activities. A matter of most immediate concern to us at the moment, incidentally, is that of establishing regular correspondence with neighboring and distant chapters. You can do us a great favor, brothers, by adding Gamma Iota to your regular mailing list.

In order for you to get an idea of the position that the Alpha men in Beta Epsilon occupy on A. & I.'s campus, following is a portion of a letter written to Brother John C. Rawls. chapter president, from a coed here at this institution: A. & T. College Greensboro, North Carolina February 21, 1947 Dear Mr. Rawls: I feel it quite an opportune time to write you and express my feelings toward the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, of which you are a part. To me, it is the most wonderful and most progressive fraternity on this campus. I

GREETINGS: Recently Beta Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was called to order by its vice president in the club room at Cocanut Grove. Fourteen of the Brothers attended the meeting. Prayer was offered by Reverend E. A. Peacock, after which the purpose of the meeting was revealed by the president. The brothers present agreed to have the following officers installed for the year of 1947: Dr. S. M. CcDew, Jr., president; C. V. Clay, Head of the Chemistry Department at Georgia State College, vice president; Wilson P. Hubert, Health Investigator, SavannahChatham Department of Public Health, secretary; Dr. R. W. Moore, treasurer; W. B. Nelson. Registrar of Georgia State College, Editor to the Sphinx; Rev. Ralph Mark Gilbert, D. D., pastor of 1st African Baptist Church, chaplain; Dr. A. L. Alston. Sergeantat-arms; Brother M. G. Haynes. principal of

BETA EPSILON CHAPTER A. & T. College GREETINGS: Greetings to Alpha Men everywhere from the Beta Epsilon Chapter. In December, 1946. the Chapter conducted a radio raffle, which was successful. We have the distinction of being the first to present Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra in concert here in Greensboro, North Carolina. This concert was presented on the evening of March 15. 1947, at A. & T. College. Congratulations to the following men who were initiated in our chapter in February, 1947; Brothers William T. Brown, James A. Page. Edward Lamar. William R. King. John L. Lambeth. Jule D. Banks. Edward D. Clark. John D. Kelly and Herman M. Burney. Beta Epsilon prides itself in having among its neophytes three presidents of campus organizations. Following is the name of each neophyte just mentioned and the name of the organization of which he is the president: Brother Jule D. Banks, president of the Collegiate Chapter of N. F. A., Brother William T. Brown, president of the Sophomore Class; and Brother James A. Page, president of the Agricultural Association. Hats off to Brother Edward D. Clark for becoming a member of the Alpha Kappa Mu Honorary Society and Sigma Rho Sigma. an honorary society for social science majors.

N E O P H Y T E BROTHERS OF BETA EPSILONâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;These nine brothers e n t e r e d t h e mystic fold of Alphadom F e b r u a r y 25, 1947. F r o m left to right, they are: Brothers William R. King, Greensboro, North Carolina; J o h n D. Kelly, Salisbury, N o r t h Carolina; H e r m a n M. Burney, Salisbury, North Carolina; J o h n L. L a m b e t h , D u r h a m , North Carolina; William T. Brown, D u r h a m , N o r t h Carolina; E d w a r d D. Clark, Chadborn, North Carolina; E d w a r d Lamar, Atlanta, Georgia; J u l e D. Banks, Maud, T e x a s ; a n d J a m e s A. P a g e , Mullins, South Carolina.


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GAMMA OMICRON LAMBDA CHAPTER—These brothers of Albany, Georgia, the majority of w h o m a r e identified with Albany State College, m a d e history d u r i n g the first of t h e year w h e n they organized another chapter to t h e credit of their state and Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y . L e a d e r s in t h e setting up of the c h a p t e r w e r e B r o t h e r Dr. William H. Gray, Jr., S o u t h e r n Vice-President, and President pf Florida A. and M. College; B r o t h e r Dr. A a r o n L. Brown, president of Albany State College, and president of the chapter: and Brother H e n r y A. Ryan, former all American gridiron star at Beach-Cuyler High School was selected to install the office and he gave them some of the worthwhile objectives which would be expected of them. The group was inspired by the installation challenge by Brother Haynes. President McDew outlined his program for the year, calling upon each and every brother to set his sail to carry Alpha Phi Alpha to the forefront in every worthwhile objective civic project that had for its motive improvement, development, and expansion of a good useful citizenship program for educational, cultural, healthful, and civic pride. He assured the group that he felt that all would be achieved by their united efforts. The group was so inspired by the president's challenge to them that Brother W. G. Dixon, who received his Masters Degree at Atlanta University during the summer of 1946 with honors, and one of the leading principles of the city schools, responded to the new President assuring him the brothers were ready to go all the way with him in making this a banner year for Beta Phi Lambda in the city of Savannah. Brother Dixon's remarks raised the spirit of Alpha Phi Alpha so high that Brothers Perry and Dr. H. M. Collier. Jr.. and many others poured out their willingness to aid the new president and his officers in their desire to make Alpha felt in every phase of civic life of the city. The group was served a delightful repast at the Grove at the expense of its installed, wide awake, very progressive, young president, Dr. S. M. McDew, Jr.

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LeMoyne w h e r e he was initiated into the fraternity via Beta Xi. F r o m left to right:—Dr. W. D. Thomas, of Upsiloa L a m b da; Dr. J. L. Shirley, of Alpha Rho; A. G. Sadler, of Beta E p silon; Dr. Brown, Dr. Gray, Henry A. Ryan, (Beta Xi, 1935); Rev. M. F . A d a m s (1923), of Alpha Omicron Chapter. Left to right, standing:—Dr. Thomas L. Bell, of Chi Chapter; F. L. Kilpatrick, Alpha Beta; J a m e s H. Crosse, Beta Omicron; and two guest brothers from G a m m a Omicron L a m b d a Chapter, J a s p e r French, and William H. Dennis.

The singing of the Alpha song at the close of the meeting brought back memories of college days, spirits and fraternal brotherhood among the brothers as they sang it. Fraternally yours. WILLIAM B. NELSON Associate Sphinx Editor.

GAMMA OMICRON LAMBDA Albany, Georgia GREETINGS: On Saturday night, January 25. 1947, the graduate members of Alpha Phi Alpha who live in Albany. Georgia and its vicinity participated in the fulfillment of a dream of long standing when Dr. William H. Gray. Jr.. President of Florida A. and M. College and Southern Vice-President of the fraternity officially presented to these brothers the charter of Gamma Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity with its seat at Albany State College. After the formal presentation ceremonies had been completed, two new members, Mr. Jaspher C. French, a local postman and a graduate of Lincoln University, (Penn.) and Mr. William H. Dennis, Jr., a graduate of Morehouse College, Atlanta. Georgia, were iniated into the fraternity. Mr. Dennis was formerly the principal of the Negro High School, Moultrie, Georgia and is at present director of teacher training and Associate Professor of Education at Albany State College. Dr. Gray, the visiting Brothers from

Florida A. and M. College and the new members were honored at a buffet supper following the initiation. Dr. Gray was guest speaker at the chapter's first public meeting at the vesper services of the college on Sunday January 26, 1947. His most inspiring and enthusiastically received message brought to the gathering the importance of developing the "INNER MAN"—that part of us which is not visible to the people around us but which influences our actions and which determines greatly how successful our lives will be. Participating on the program with Dr. Gray were: The college choir singing "Pilgrim Chorus" from Tannhauser (Wagner); Brother Rev. M. F. Adams, scripture and prayer; two piano solos. Polonaise (Chopin) and Sonate Pathetique (Beethoven) by Brother Ellsworth Oliver, a music major at Florida A. and M. College; history of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Brother Jacob Shirley, M. D.; two vocal selections. "The Star" (Rodger) and "Degadshun" (MacGimsey), Brother William Dandy, a social science student at Florida A. and M. College. Brother Aaron Brown, president of Albany State College served as master of ceremonies. Out-of-town visitors included Brothers T. Jan Perry, Sr.. Bainbridge. Georgia; Dr. T. L. Bell, Moultrie, Georgia; Forrest McKinney, President of the Florida A. and M. Student Boyd and an All-American Football player; M. G. Miles, member of Florida A and M. College Faculty. The final activity of a very full day was


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CHARTER OFFICERS OF GAMMA PHI LAMBDA—The light of Alpha P h i Alpha is glowing brighter on t h e West Coast w i t h the establishment of another g r a d u a t e chapter, G a m m a P h i Lambda, Berkeley, California. Authorized d u r i n g the last convention at Columbus, Ohio, Western Vice-President A. Maceo Smith, of Dallas, Texas, deputized B r o t h e r Dewey D. Davidson, of Los Angeles, California, to proceed with ceremonies for setting up the chapter. C h a r t e r officers from the chapter, (left to right), seated, are: E. M. Swisher, Editor to t h e S p h i n x ; W. Byron Rumford, Vice President; Dr. William R. P i t t m a n , P r e s i d e n t : Harold Jones, Recording Secretary; Dr. A. O. N e w m a n , Chaplain. Standing: J. Oscar Williams, Financial Secretary; A t t o r n e y Walter Gordon, P a r liamentarian; Isaac Fletcher, Sergeant-at-Arms; Dewey Davidson, Regional Director; C. Toland Draper, Corresponding Secretary; A. F r a n k l i n , T r e a s u r e r ; Dr. G u y Ginn, Custodian. an informal tea in the beautifully decorated college dining hall. Officers and members of Gamma Omicron Lambda Chapter are as follows: Aaron Brown, president; William D. Thomas, vice president; Henry A. Ryan, secretary, A. George Sadler, assistant secretary; Jacob Shirley, Jr.. treasurer: Millard F. Adams, Sphinx Editor; James H. Crosse, William H. Dennis, Jr.; Jasper C. French, Joseph W. Holley, and Forrest L. Kirkpatrick. Fraternally yours, M. F. ADAMS Associate Sphinx Editor.

SIGMA LAMBDA CHAPTER New Orleans. Louisiana Sigma Lambda Chapter elected the following officers: Dr. Wesley N. Segre. president: John McLinn Ross, vice president; Walter E. Morial. secretary. Constant C. Dejoie, assistant secretary and associate Editor to the Sphinx; Whitney Haydel. treasurer; Dr. George B. Talbert, Sargeant-at-arms; Marcus Neustadter. Chaplain. Installation was performed by Brother S. Tanner Stafford. The convention of the National Phi Beta Sigma in the form or a dance was held at the Labor Union Hall. From all indications both guests as well as brothers enjoyed themselves. Thirty-six members are financially active with the chapter for the year of 1947. Alpha Basketeers under leadership of Brother Pete Clark made their debut oti Hie hardwood, bowing to the Kappas, at Zavier Gym to in-

augurate the beginning of an Inter-Fraternal League. Fraternally yours. C. C. DEJOIE, JR. Associate Sphinx Editor.

OMICRON LAMBDA Birmingham, Alabama Following on the footsteps of a great "Education for Citizenship" program last year at which time the Alpha National President, Attorney Belford V. Lawson. was the dynamic guest speaker, on Sunday, April 27, 1947 Omicron Lambda presented another grand public program. With the world still in ceaseless turmoil despite the end of active warfare, there is a greater need for the exhibition of full citizenship rights than ever before. The purpose of Alpha's citizenship programs is to acquaint people with the necessary facts and then inspire them to action. With the slogan —"A voteless people is a hopeless people"— Alpha Phi Alpha hopes to elevate all with whom it comes in contact to the plane of full citizenship—voting citizens whose voices can always be heard because they speak through the ballot. It was in furtherance of these principles that Omicron Lambda chapter, along with all chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha throughout the country, held its "Education for Citizenship" program this year. The program was held at the St. Paul Methodist Church. The guest speaker for this occasion was the progressive and dynamic Rev. Brother ll. B. c;il>son, efficient pastor of St. Paul. His message was informa-

GREETINGS BROTHERS: The voice of Gamma Phi Lambda is heard for the first time as an official affiliate of Alpha Phi Alpha. Notwithstanding the youth of our chapter, we shall not hesitate to dignify our existence and render this segment of our fraternity a place among the ranking file of all Alpha Phi Alpha affilates. To the "Golden Gate" area, this chapter is an extension of our fraternity's most powerful and virtuous heritage. Gamma Phi Lambda, which had its inception Saturday, April 12. 1947. is destined to symbolize the true spirit of Brotherhood. In the wake of our perpetuating the ideals and standards upon which our great fraternity was founded, and by which it has survived. we shall ever hold the immortal Alpha bond as our center of inspiration. From Beta Psi Lambda, Los Angeles. California came Brother Dewey Davidson, Regional Director, who conducted the ceremony. Throughout the inception rites, and the informal banquet which followed, the blissful air of Alpha Phi Alpha prevailed. The very capable brothers who were honored with the task of directing our initial steps are as follows: Dr. William R. Pittman, president; W. Byron Rumford, vice president; Harold R. Jones, secretary recording); C. Toland Draper, corresponding secretary; A. Jackson Franklin, treasurer; J. Oscar Williams, financial secretary; Dr. A. O. Newman, chaplain; E. M. Swisher, Editor to the Sphinx; Guy Ginn, custodian; Isaac Fletcher, sergeant-at-arms; Attorney Walter Gordon, parliamentarian. We see about us the fertile avenues of chapter expansion, and the accomplishments of Gamma Phi Lambda will accentuate themselves as the seasons wind into life's years. Cheerio for now brothers, and let us see you in sunny California at convention time next year Remember—"Golden Gate in 1948." Fraternally yours, BROTHER E. M. SWISHER, Editor to Sphinx. tional. and inspiring. He touched on every possible phase of education and how it could be used beneficially to develop good citizens. He emphasized the need of interest and determination on the part of all people which will make them desire and light for the things which are rightfully theirs—the citizenship of which they have been denied. His discourse was directed not only at the young people who are approaching the threshold of the age for acquiring citizenship rights but also to the adults whose lethargic moods and attitudes have prevented them from attaining these privileges. The full guantlet of the advantages afforded by full citizenship—citizenship with the ballot—was carefully outlined by Rev. Gibson so plainly until it was impossible to hear his open expose without being moved to action. In the end he exhorted all people to keep faith in God for it is through his guidance, that all things are attainable. Omicron Lambda in particular and Alpha Phi Alpha in general are blessed to have such an outstanding minister as Brother Gibson among their ranks. He is widely renown as a lecturer, pulpiteer and orator all over America, and is constantly in great demand throughout the country by churches, colleges and fraternities. The complete "Education for Citizenship" program was as follows: 1. Prelude: 2. Music by St. Paul Choir; 3. Invocation—Minister: 4. Music by St. Paul Choir; 5. Musical Prelude—Mrs. Gregory D. White; 0. Remarks— Brother Wayman C. Matherson president Omicron Lambda Chapter; 7. Solo—Brother C. L. Reeves; 8. History of Alpha Phi Alpha —Brother P. D. Davis, Jr.; 9. Greek Medley Mrs. Gregory D. White; 10. Presentation i>r Speaker—Brother C. J. Greene; 11. Address.


May, 1947 â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Rev. Brother H. B. Gibson, pastor oE St. Paul Methodist Church; 12. Invitation; 13. Presentationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Brother H. L. Moseley; 14. Offertory; 15. Announcements; 16. Alpha Phi Alpha Hymn; 17. Church Theme Song; 18. Benediction. The program was well attended by fellow Greek organizations, church leaders, civic leaders, high school pupils, and well wishers. According to the echoes from those in attendance the program was of such importance until it should be repeated over and over again at various places throughout 1hc Birmingham area. REPORT ON REGIONALD CONFERENCE At the last regular meeting formal reports were made by the delegates who attended the Alpha Southern Regional Convention. These reports were filled with digestible morsels of beneficial and practical information that could be of great use to Hie growth and progress of Alpha Phi Alpha In general and Omicron Lambda In particular. It was quite stimulating to the chapter to receive such interesting and inspiring reports. All delegates who attended were actively engaged as members of one of three vital committees functioning at the regional and one of the delegates was discussion leader at one of the general sessions. He was Brother George C. Bell, Principal of Ullman High School, Birmingham, and a charter member of Omicron Lambda. This was one of the largest regionals ever held and had in attendance by registration, one hundred Alpha members. The Alpha Chapters of Memphis and the Pan-Hellenic Council did a colossal job of giving exquisite social functions which were pleasing and enjoyable to all.

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Members of Omicron Lambda who attended the regional in Memphis were: Brothers H. L. Mosely, Senior delegate; Frederick A. Curtis. Junior delegate; W. Wesley Whetston, alternate; and George C. Bell, special delegate and discussion leader. Omicron Lambda Chapter profited greatly by the sojourn of these brothers to this regional because of the helpful and wholesome information they brought back. Of particular significance was the discussion led by Brother Bell, the subject of which was: "Greater Service by Alpha Through New Techniques and Program Innovations." The subject was expertly handled, guided, and presented by Brother Bell and his associates among whom was Brother Frederick Curtis of Omicron Lambda. This interesting and virile discussion was well received and there was a clamor for more even when it was beyond the scheduled hour. By committee assignments Brother Mosely was co-chairman Of the Resolution Committee; Brother Curtis was a member of the Chapter Problems Committee and Brother Whetstone a member of the Recommendation Committee. HOST TO SIGMA GAMMA RHOS During the week of April 20th the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority held its regional in Bessemer, Alabama, about twelve miles from Birmingham. Omicron Lambda extended its courtesies by conducting a motorcade over the Birmingham area for the ladies. It was a huge success. On Friday night, May 10th, Omicron Lambda Chapter gave a cocktale party, which was a closed affair for brothers and their wives or sweethearts. The first Sunday in June will be another gala day for Omicron Lambda for it is on

Page 27 this day that the annual picnic will be held. This year it will be at the Demby Farm, about twenty-five miles from Birmingham. It is a very lovely spot and plenty of good food and good times. The friends of the Omicorn Lambda brothers will be invited to share this festive event with them. For the past year Omicron Lambda Chapter has been conducting a revitalizing campaign to reclaim all inactive Alpha members in Birmingham. This reclamation program has paid dividends for at the present there are on roll forty-one active members in this chapter. However the work is not done and will not be until every inactive Alpha man in Birmingham has been brought back into the fold. Omicron Lambda is dedicating itself to this task. When the National Alpha Convention convenes in Tulsa, Omicron Lambda will be there in full force with a strong delegation. Meet us in Tulsa. W. WESLEY WHETSTONE Associate Sphinx Editor

BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Kansas City, Missouri GREETINGS: Beta Lambda has begun the New Year with great enthusiasm and is determined to take the lead again in serving the community as in the past. Beta Lambda is indeed proud to be a two-timed winner of the coveted McGee Cup in succession. The chapter re-elected our human dynamo. Brother Daniel Lewis, as our president for another year. He was largely responsible in directing the activities of Beta Lambda


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GREATER KANSAS CITY BROTHERS HOLD ANNUAL FOUNDERS BANQUETâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;One of the most cherished traditions for brothers of Beta L a m b d a , Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas, is t h e a n n u a l observance of F o u n d e r s ' Day. This year's observance included so many activities that it was referred to as "The Alpha Week-end" by m e m b e r s of other Greek-letter societies. F r o m F e b r u a r y 14th, t h r o u g h S u n d a y , F e b r u a r y 16th. the b r o t h e r s of Beta L a m b d a k e p t moving w i t h such events as a smoker (honoring B r o t h e r s T. W. H a r r i s and L. H. the past year, thereby contributing to our winning the MeGee Cup. We are happy to have Brother Burt Mayberry come back to us as general secretary. His leadership and wise counsel make a definite contribution to the chapter. Beta Lambda adopted an Alpha Week-end, which was spent in celebration of three distinct events. The Brothers Wives and Sweethearts convened at the Y. M. C. A. banquet room in celebration of Founder's Day. At this banquet room tribute was paid to Beta Lambda's "Alpha Man of the Year" who is Brother Daniel W. Lewis, our president. February 15th. Brother Burt A. Mayberry was host to the chapter in his beautiful home with a smoker. Late in the evening a group of Brothers motored to the airport to greet Brother Doctor Tollie Harris, president of Alpha Tau Lambda, Tulsa, Oklahoma, who flew to Kansas City to present Beta Lambda the McGee Cup and to gather information on being host for the National Convention. As to be expected, several Beta Lambda Brothers have achieved unique triumph in their particular field. Brother Cordell Weeks was recently appointed assistant Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Wyandotte County. Kansas City, Kansas.

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Williams ot Tulsa, Okla.). the A n n u a l F o u n d e r s ' Day Banquetâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;held at the Paseo YMCA, and worship services at First A. M. E. Church, Kansas City, Kansas. S h o w n h e r e a r e the brothers with their wives and lady friends during the b a n q u e t at Paseo "Y". T h e m e of the celebration was "All Aboard, Alphas, Anchors Aweigh!" T h e huge b a n q u e t table w a s gaily decorated with m i n i a t u r e ships as favors, and place cards and programs w e r e done all up in Alpha's colors of gold and black.

Brother Doctor Wally Andrews is the first Negro to be appointed as medical examiner for the Rock Island Railroad. Brother Neal Weaver is the first Negro salesman to be employed by the Helzberg's Jewelry Company, the Mid West largest Jewlers. Brother Burt A. Mayberry was recently elevated to the principalship of Lincoln High School. So Beta Lambda marches on to even greater heights than before. Fraternally yours, PERCY M. CARUTHERS, Associate Sphinx Editor.

BETA PSI LAMBDA CHAPTER Los Angeles, California Greetings from Beta Psi Lambda: Greetings from Beta Psi Lambda to brothers throughout the realm of Alphadom. It is with regret that we of Beta Psi Lambda transfer the name of Brother Bert McDonald to the roster of Omega Chapter. Brother McDonald a charter member of Alpha Delta has served Alpha Phi Alpha well for twenty-five years, rising to the office of First Vice President of the National Organization. He was instrumental in the formation of Beta Psi Lambda and was a charter member. The entire city venerated and admired him not only for his achieve-

ments as Dean of the Deputies in the Office of the City Attorney, but also for his untiring efforts in behalf of the youth of the community. The establishment of Gamma Xi on the campus of U. C. L. A., gives Alpha three chapters In the city of Los Angeles. A coordinating council has been formed to coordinate the activities of the chapters. At present writing we have just completed a terrific battle to retain our International Basketball Championship. The council is also knee-deep in preparation for the Educational Campaign. Other events on the calendar are a closed banquet during the Educational Week and entertainment lor the various conventions to meet here this summer. The Alpha Wives Auxiliary made their initial bow to the public in the form of a coffee at the home of Brother Dr. Cooper. The spirit of friendliness and fraternity so prevalent at Alpha affairs prevailed throughout the morning. The success of this affair justifies the great pride we have in the auxiliary and the anticipation we maintain for its future efforts. Fraternally yours, PERRY C. PARKS, JR. Associate Sphinx Editor.


May, 1947 IOTA LAMBDA CHAPTER Indianapolis, Indiana GREETINGS: Greetings to the Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha: Iota Lambda Chapter in Indianapolis, Indiana is proud of an accomplishment in Indiana. Gamma Eta Chapter, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, was established there on Saturday, March 29th. This is the first undergraduate chapter in the State of Indiana. A major role was played by Iota Lambda Chapter in the establishment of this chapter under the capable guidance of its President. Spurling Clark. He was ably assisted by Alfred Gayson, vice piesident; Thomas L. Horner, Regional Director, and Dr. Ralph E. Hanley. Bruce Welch, a graduate student at Indiana University, gets most of the credit for the early stage of development in the formation of the chapter there. He organized a group of students who later petitioned that a charter be granted by the general organization. This charter was granted at the last general convention in Columbus, Ohio, in December. Among those who took an active part in the activities of the group were William Bradley, Charles Wiliams,

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James A. Perry, Roosevelt Bibbs, Garrett Cope, and Ross Towns, Brother Harrison D. Lawless, Jr., a graduate student working on his doctorate in education, was advisor to the group. The newly initiated brothers were Harold Lumsey, Joseph King, James George. Jesse Marshall, Theodore Cooper, and Herbert Wilson. The officers of Iota Lambda Chapter for the year 1947 are as follows: Spurling Clark, president; Alfred Grayson, vice president; Everett W. Edwards, secretary, Robert L. Wright, treasurer; Grant L. Hawkins, parliamentarian; Harry W. Taylor, financial secretary; Theodore Randall, chaplain; John Moore, Sergeant-at-arms, and Richard M. Hughes, Associate Editor to the Sphinx. Brother Thomas L. Horner is the only member of the chapter who holds a national office. He is one of the regional directors. The chapter was saddened by the loss of Brother Hurlbut T. Riley who passed suddenly on November 26, 1946. Brother Riley was a staunch Alpha man who was not only active in the local chapter but also with the national organization. Fraternally yours, RICHARD M. HUGHES Associate Editor of Sphinx.

P a g e 29 BETA MU CHAPTER Kentucky State College GREETINGS: Greetings from Beta Mu to brothers everywhere. It has been quite awhile since we have appeared in these columns. The good work has been and is still being carried on by the good brothers of Beta Mu, however. As has been the plight of most chapters, Beta Mu has been handicapped by the war. Under the leadership of Brother Harold Smith, our newly elected president, we are keeping the banner waving high. We began our school year's work with a smoker which seems to have served its purpose by an addition of seventeen members to the Sphinx Club and approximate number of ten waiting to go in now. We held our Annual Founder's Day program in January with Brother Randolph C. Taylor as our principal speaker. The program proved to be interesting and was enjoyed by all. On March 9th, the chapter presented its newly elected sweetheart, Miss Gwendolyn Boulden, at a reception. Miss Boulden is a senior and a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Her attendants were Misses Genevieve Harding, senior, and a member

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May, 1947 We have striven and are st living to do constructive work on the campus, which seems to be reaping results. Others "are seeing the light" and joining the throngs. The 1947 officers of Beta Mu follow: Brother Harold V. Smith, president; Brother Orthell Whitlock. vice president; Brother Charles E. Smith, secretary; Brother Cecil Crum, corresponding secretary, Brother Percy Luney, treasurer, and Brother Archie Finn. Dean of Pledgees and Associate Editor to the Sphinx. Other members are Brothers Jasper W. Wilson, Norman Rates, Moneta J. Sleet, Jr.. Elmer Lyles, Nathaniel Shields. Robert Rogers, Wilbur Rawlings, Leon Bradford and Robert Dozier. We wish for all the brothers everywhere continued success. Fraternally yours, ARCHIE FINN, Associate Editor.

UPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER Jacksonville. Florida

BETA ETA LAMBDA. OKLAHOMA CITY Left to right, standing: W. A. Dobson. Assistant Secretary; H. L. P a r k e r , Sergeantat-Arms; Dr. J. Morton Littlepage; I. T. Anderson, President; R. P . P e r r y , Vice President: Otis A. F r e e m a n , Secretary; A l b e r t Alexander, P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n . Standing: J u l i u s H. Hughes; F . R. Tillman, Chaplain; S. R. P a r k e r ; Dr. G. L a m a r Harrison: R. F. Short, Associate Editor to t h e S p h i n x ; F r a n k M. Mead; Searcy Bailey: F. D. Moon; William W. Johnson; Moses Miller; Mozeal Dillon; J. A. Bond: L. B. M. Nutter, Treasurer; G. C. Hamilton: Inman B r e a u x ; m e m b e r s not shown: Eugene J . Brown: Dr. G. E. Finley; Ira D. Hall; W. H. Tolliver; William W. Wray. Editor's Note:—Since this picture was taken, B r o t h e r Anderson, chapter president, has passed over to Omega Chapter.

GREETINGS: Upsilon Lambda Chapter is still excited over the recent visit of our National President, Brother Belford Lawson, and the messages of inspiration that seemed to touch each Greek letter person present. Renewed loyalty to Alpha and its ideals were the theme of each testimonial at the banquet tendered Brother Lawson. Many visiting brothers from nearby cities, such as Tallahassee, Tampa, and Orlando, were present. Our chapter has actively extended itself into community and Civic programs more than ever before. Direct help through a continuous medical and financial assistance program are rehabilitating an indigent family, actively entering into political affairs. Upsilon Lambda is lending its help and influence to promote voting and racial cognizance of political actions in relationship to the Negro's social welfare. Plans for a widely publicized Educational Week are being formulated in accordance with our National Organization's program. Fraternally yours, RALPH B. STEWART, JR. Associate Sphinx Editor.

PSI CHAPTER Philadelphia, Pa.

BETA MU CHAPTER, KY. STATE—Left to right:—Brothers R. L. Dozier, Wilbur Rawlins, Orthell Whitlock, Charles E. Smith, Harold V. Smith. Leon Bradford, Archie Finn, Moneta J. Sleet, Jr., Cecil Crum. Ben A. Bronaugh, R. Rogers, J a s p e r Woodrow Wilson, P e r c y Luney; (center) Brothers A m b r o s e Clement, and N o r m a n Rates. Not shown h e r e a r e B r o t h e r s Elmer Lyles, and Nathaniel Shields. of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Miss Laura Etta Lynem, Senior. Miss Boulden and her attendants reigned over our annual prom which was held May 24th.

The first of April marked the beginning date of our essay contest. The topic was "What I Think Can Be Done to Improve Kentucky State College." Three liberal prizes were awarded for the three best essays.

During the first of the year. Psi Chapter combined business and pleasure by sponsoring a brilliant banquet program. Business of the day was followed by a banquet at Carolyn's Tea Room of Philadelphia. This was in accord with a program arranged by the Activities Committee headed by Brother George Barbour. The purpose of such committee is to promote and maintain high Interest in the chapter. Those brothers present, numbering over thirty, felt that this meeting was most enjoyable and Brother Barbour was complimented accordingly. Most brilliant among the "stellar attractions' of the evening was Brother O. W. Winter, who delivered the main address on "Discontentment" in that easy manner familiar to those of us who have become acquainted with him at our general conventions. Although 1 lie theme of the address was a serious one, it was spiced and prepared with humor in a quantity just sufficient to blend the words of our ear and the idea to the nourishment of our minds. So this was a banquet both of food and thought. After his address Brother Winters was presented an initialed gold tie clasp by Brother Harold McCoo, executive secretary of the Paikside Branch Y. M. C. A., on behalf of Psi Chapter. Contributing to the toasts of the evening were Brother Walter Jerrick, of Rho Chapter. Brother Howard Long, and Brother Joseph B. Evans from Mu Lambda Chapter, Washington, D. C. Toastmaster for the evening was Brother William Griffin, recently re-elected president of Psi. Fraternally yours, JOSEPH WATLINGTON, JR. Associate Sphinx Editor.


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MU LAMBDA CHAPTER Washington. D. C. Greetings Brothers: Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha here in Washington. D. C. under the leadership of a very dynamic President. Brother Verdie Robinson, has geared its 1947 calendar to that progressive tempo which is indicative of pragmatic leadership. A review of the past months indicates that our achievements, individually and collectively. are worthy of more than passing mention. This chapter gave wholehearted support to our national program of reclaiming brothers. We are justifiably proud of the fact that we have one hundred and four active, financial brothers. Our concert committee, under the able leadership of Brother Moses Beasley, worked diligently in aiding the chapter present the Virginia State College a Cappella Choir, under the direction of Brother J. Harold Montague. on March 11th, at the Metropolitan A. M. E. Church. This affair was a great success, which success will enable this chapter to award a scholarship to the School of Music at Howard University. We are all very proud of the wonderful work of our program committee, the chairman of which is the affable Brother George H. Windsor. The committee presented Ralph Matthews. Editor of the Washington Afro American Newspaper. Brother Dr. John Hope Franklin and Brother Howard Jenkins, each of whom spoke on current topics of interest. Congratulations on achievements of Mu Lambda men go to Brother Joseph H. B. Evans who was appointed Acting Executive Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Brother Belford V. Lawson, our General President, gave a brief history and program of Alpha Phi Alpha on the "Americans All" radio program. Mu Lambda is working very closely with the undergraduate chapter at Howard University in making preparation for the purchase of a fraternity house. Brother Howland Ware, chairman of the Housing Committee is doing an excellent job. Beta and Mu Lambda will stage their annual Spring Dance on May second. This dance is the outstanding social event of the season. We look forward to the last of 1947 with hope and confidence. Our hope is that our contribution to the community will be even more signigicant this year than last. Our confidence is in the organization of which we are a part for we are "First of allâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Servants of all." Fraternally yours, LESTER BROWNE, JR. Associate Sphinx Editor.

ETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Atlanta. Georgia Here's to Alpha Men: Onward and upward, ever striving and working to carry on the principles and aims of our dear A. Phi A. is how you find the Brothers in Eta Lambda Chapter. The chapter's major interest has been focused on the realization of the program submitted by the Civic Committee composed of Brother White, Chairman: Brothers A. R. Brooks, J. O. Slade, C. Greenlea, W. Sullivan, L. Ladson, C. A. Bacote, H. Triggs, J. R. Henderson and A. T. Walden. The capital points of the program are as follows: 1. 'Meet Your Government Officials.' designed to acquaint more Atlanta Negroes with their state, county and city government officials. We are planning to realize this aim by sponsoring with government representatives as speakers programs throughout the city churches, and other meeting places, so that the Negroes will actually know their representatives and the representatives will actually know the people they are representing 2. 'Get Registered' which outlines plans to

S W E E T H E A R T O F A L P H A SIGMAâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;At their annual "Black and W h i t e " B a l l Miss Orchid Odaire Oliver, charming Wiley College junior, was presented. This was indeed an auspicious occasion, and Miss Oliver's vivacious personality gave an air that brought honor both to Alpha Sigma Chapter and to herself. Increase the registration number among Negroes who have met the requirements for voting. We are attacking this point by training both undergraduate and graduate brothers in methods of facing our present civic problems, so that they may effectively instruct others. Eta Lambda welcomes six neophytes into her fold. They are Brothers Levin Armwood, Donarell R. Green, Heme E. Lafontant, James H. Penn, Thomas R. Ross and Dogan W. Williams. Eta Lambda's loss will be the Liberia

Government's gain. Brother Wallace Van Jackson left us in April to become the Public Affairs Officer for Liberia. Brother Jackson was the librarian for Atlanta University and a very conscientious and active member of this chapter. We are sure that Brother Jackson will carry the true spirit of this fraternity in his heart and through God's help will remain a servant of all. Fraternally yours, WILLIAM G. D. HENDERSON Associate Sphinx Editor.


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this occasion to announce to all brothers Its re-entry into the fold of active chapters. after temporarily suspending activity during the war years. The Armed Services had first call on a majority of the brothers and left Hartford and its immediate vicinity without the minimum for operation. However, renewed vigor is evident in all the Brothers and we look ahead toward higher accomplishments. At the organization meeting. Brother Dr. Joseph Bullock was elected president. He appointed a program committee and called for an immediate report-one proposing a program in keeping with the tempo of the group. The following program was brought in and accepted. Beta Sigma Lambda will: 1. Introduce itself to the community by sponsoring a nationally known speaker or group in a program here. 2. Initiate a program to promote interest in Connecticut colleges and universities by Connecticut students. 3. Provide a guidance program in the North End area of Hartford through forums, clinics, etc. 4. Set up a scholarship fund for deserving Negro students in optometry or somescience not now frequented by Negro students. 5. Cooperate with the program of the National Organization. 6. Set up a program of scheduled activities.

BETA SIGMA LAMBDA CHAPTER, Hartford. Connecticut.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Seated, left to right: B r o t h e r s William D. G r a h a m , Associated Editor of Sphinx Magazine; George A. David, Secretary; Dr. J o s e p h M. Bullock, President; Clarence B. Shelton,

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7. Inaugurate a fund-raising campaign. We extend to brothers everywhere our sincere wishes for a successful year, and hope to see many of them at the regional and National Convention. Fraternally yours, JOSEPH BULLOCK. Chapter President.

BETA TAU LAMBDA Fort Worth, Texas Greetings to Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha: Beta Tau Lambda Chapter in Fort Worth has concentrated its efforts and might be behind a project that is intended to cope with the overall problem of juvenile delinquency by striking at the very roots of this ever increasing menace to American ideals and institutions. The feasible, remedial project this chapter is endeavoring to put into full motion is a "Boys' Club," which constitutes the main phase of the activities of this chapter for 1947. Realizing the seriousness of the aforementioned problem of juvenile delinquency. the Alpha Brothers in Fort Worth are not wasting any time in idle discussion but are taking initial steps toward establishing this program by organizing a "Bicycle Patrol' composed of young boys whose ages range from 8 to 18 years. By providing supervised recreational activities and adequate facili-

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ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Iowa University Greetings Brothers in Alpha Phi Alpha: Alpha Thela In keeping with Education i"i Citizenship Week, presented Brother Sidney A. Jones, Jr.. as its speaker. Brother Jones addressed a group in the Methodist Church on the subject: "Second Class Citizenship Must Go—A Challenge to America." He spot lighted the sore spots— employment, transportation. and schools. He emphactically stated thaj if America is to be trusted with the leadership ol the world, 'I must set a resourceful example at home; otherwise the nations of the world will not be inclined to trust her. At a subsequent program Brother Jones spoke to the Newman Mixer Club on the subject:" Problems of Minority Groups In America." His topic was timely because the Broup was composed of foreign students and was representative of minority groups in America. Brother Jones showed how the problems were inter-related rather than peculiar to

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each group. Many pointed questions were aimed at Brother Jones who disposed of them ill a realistic and statesman-like manner. Alpha Theta looks forward to presenting other outstanding Brothers in Alpha to the Community. Fraternally yours. ELDRIDGE LEONARD, Chapter President

GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER Detroit, Michigan GREETINGS: Greetings to brothers in Alpha Phi Alpha from Gamma Lambda Chapter in Detroit, Michigan. After a silence of several years, Gamma Lambda returns to the Sphinx Magazine with the hope that its efforts may be of some value in carrying on the great work of Alpha. The recent election of officers in Gamma Lambda saw Brother Dr. Ted White elevated to the helm of one of Alpha's leading chapters. He succeeded Brother Walter ''Squak" Harmon, who has led the chapter since 18fB. Under Brother Harmon's direction Gamilia, Lambda paid for a very well appointed fraternity house and built up a substantial treasury. No little of the credit is due Brother Grover Lang, perennial secretary, who has been keeping the funds of Gamma Lambda straight for many years. In line with the national and world-wide trend toward post war recovery, the new administration in Gamma Lambda, led by Brother White, has instituted a new program aimed primarily at recovering unl'inancial brothers, putting the business of the

Fraternity on a sound basis, enlarging the program of civic participation on the part o£ Gamma Lambda brothers and improving the social and educational program at the house in order to increase use of it. Gamma Lambda is fortunate in numbering among its present membership of over one hundred, many of the brothers who founded the chapter shortly after World War I. Among those elected to aid Brother President White in pushing the new program are: Raymond Scruggs, vice president: Gus Ogletree, corresponding secretary; Willis Ward, treasurer; Grover Lang. secretary and Charles J. Wartman, associate editor to the Sphinx. Fraternally yours, CHARLES J. WARTMAN, Associate Sphinx Editor.

ALPHA ETA LAMBDA Houston, Texas Greetings. Brothers: Alpha Eta Lambda is currently at the high point in financial membership for the past dozen years and the reclamation program is still going apace, with prospects of several more brothers "getting right" before summer. Our Educational-Citizenship campaign is already planned and speakers are engaged lor several occasions. In this connection the brothers are seriously considering an annual scholarship dance or a similar affair, in order that we may do something concrete locally in the promotion of education and citizenship. This idea was first suggested by Brother Wendell Terrell, the chairman of our program committee. The annual


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A L P H A S W E E T H E A R T A T L A N G S T O N UNIVERSITY . . . B r o t h e r Hollis Stearns, president of Beta K a p p a Chapter, presents a bouquet of flowers to Miss Gladys Elgcees as the " A L P H A S W E E T H E A R T " of t h e campus. spring dance was a success. This year we shall be entertaining the AKA regional. The place is the swank new down-town Grill and chairman, Brother Rodger Lights has promised the night to be one of smooth pleasure for the brothers and their guests. The annual beach party is scheduled for the week-end of June 7, in Galveston. The time was moved up from the usual time In July so that the brothers who usually So away for the summer may have a chance to participate. Our hew administration consists of Brothers: J. H. Law, president; Lee Perkins. vice president; C. L. Banks, secretary; T. P. Dooley, assistant secretary; H. R. Turner, treasurer, and W. A. Samuel, associate editor to the Sphinx. We have some large shoes to fill. The outgoing administration, especially Brothers John W. Davis, T. R. Solomon and Roger Lights as president, vice president and secretary respectively, served the chapter faithfully and with distinction for years. However, the newcomers are on the ball and are carrying on in the true Alpha tradition. Fraternally yours, W. A. SAMUEL Associate Sphinx Editor,

ALPHA K A P P A LAMBDA Roanoke, Virginia Alpha Kappa Lambda Chapter held its election of officers. Officers elected were as follows: President - Brother Frank Claytor. M. D. Vice president - Brother Juan Nabors Corresponding Secretary - Brothe E. D. Downing, M. D. Recording Secretary - Brother Robert Coleman Chaplain - Brother James B. Cooley Editor of the Sphinx - Brother H. Leslie Giles On April 23. the chapter soonsored a radio broadcast over station WROV. Roanoke, Virginia. This broadcast was in connection with "Education for Citizenship" program. Brother E. D. Downing was master or ceremony. Brother Troy, P. Gorum and John Locklayer were at the piano and organ. Short talks were given by Brother Colley and Giles. Music was furnished by the Christiansburg Institute Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Zedekiah E. Holmes, director of music at Christiansburg Institute, Cambria, Virginia. The same group continued the week's cele-

Dear Brothers in Alpha Phi Alpha: Activities of Alpha Zeta have been a subject for praise by all who have had the good fortune to witness their impressive performances. We shall be pleased to inform you of the noteworthy events of the past few months. On April the first, which was one of the beautiful pre-spring days there came the rythmic tapping of canes which attracted the attention of everyone. It was once again a probation in true Alpha style. Ten men marching in single line dressed in top hats and tails, twirling canes and striking the pavement in unison on every fourth step. Those awarded this grand opportunity were: Warren Austin, Houston, Texas; Ellis Turner, New York City; Arthur J. Cooper, McKeesport, Penn.; Charles Sanders Fairmont. W. Va.; Cola K. Newsome, Ahoskie. N. C ; DeWitt Tate. Charlotte. N. C ; Five days later they had completed their probationary activities and became fulfledged members of Alpha Phi Alpha. Alpha Zeta Chapter presented its annual Spring Prom in Flemming Hall on the West Virginia State College Campus. With a great deal of preparation and cooperation of all the brothers and pledgees we were able to have beautiful decorations and to carry out a theme. "A Night in Arabia" very effectively, complete with Harem (Ivies), Queen, and the Alpha Sweetheart. Sphinxmen dressed as Arabs guarded the Arabian Queen and lu'i' court. At the intermission the Alpha Sweetheart relieved the Queen of her thone, the Alphas gathered around her and sung the Alpha Sweetheart Song, Chapter Hymn, and the National Hymn. The affair was attended by two hundred and sixty-eight persons. Soothing refreshments added to the enjoyment of the evening. GO TO HIGH SCHOOL. . . .GO TO COLLEGE In keeping with the Grand Chapter Program of Go To High School. . . .Go To College, Alpha Zeta carried out an extensive program from May 2 until May 9th. Fortythree schools of High School and Junior High School level in this state were contacted directly to obtain permission to present our program of Go To High School, Go To College. We requested all but eight of these schools to cooperate with all our campaign by presenting a program which was in keeping with our theme. Extreme distances made personal visits to all of them highly improbable. Six of these schools granted us permission to present programs in their Assemblies. On the Sixth of May, a committee composed of Matthew Garrett. Jessie Holliday, Walter Buchanon and the Chairman, Kenneth Van Hook visited Simmons High School in Montgomery W. Va. and Washington High School at London W. Va. Both programs were very successful. The latter school, under the leadership of Brother Leonard Barnett, extended a very cordial welcome. On the seventh day of May the committee wj.th the exception ol Brother Holliday


May, 1947 visited Garnett High School, in Charleston W. Va. and Boyd Junior High School of the same city. The same program was designed to stimulate interest and to foster thought on the subject of Education was presented at each school. The days activity was highly successful. Talks were held with individual students following the program. The Nineth of May brought us to our annual educational program, which was held in the College Auditorium. We presented Brother Moses Newsome, Minister of First Baptist Church. Charleston W. Va.; as guest speaker. The same afternoon the Committee went to Huntington W. Va., to present the program to the Student body of Douglass High School. The Theme Of Go To High School. . .Go To College was approached from the following angles: ill Economic Values derived from High School and College education. (2) Education for living, that is the sociological approach, and finally, (3) Brief Data or statistics of a survey of High Schools, (4) Number of students starting in a class and the percent of them who graduated in the graduating class of 1944. The relative types of jobs and pay recieved by those who failed to continue school and those who graduated. The programs were concluded by remarks by the principal of the respective schools attended by the visiting committee. Fraternally your, RALPH G A R D N E R Associate Sphinx Editor

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and capable administrative committees. Alpha Alpha Chapter is continuing its program of well-balanced chapter activities. A weekend of gala affairs was climaxed with the highly successful Inter-Collegiate Musical Contest sponsored by Alpha Alpha Chapter on April 27. 1947 at Wilson Auditorium. Over one thousand patrons came to hear and enjoy the performances of representative musicians from six Negro universities as thy competed for one hundred twenty-five dollars in prizes. Miss Leontine Price of Wilberforce University carried off first honors and seventy-five dollars in cash. Mr. James L. Smith of Allen University received second prize of fifty dollars in cash. Brother William N. Lovelace is due the major share of the credit for the success of this affair as he not only proposed the plan but served as General Chairman. At the last regular meeting. Alpha Alpha Chapter voted unanimously to adopt the Inter-Collegiate Musical Contest as its annual scholarship effort. Community interest was added to the program with the presentation of a gold watch from the Chapter to Brother Darwin Turner in recognition of his admission to the Cincinnati Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Brother Turner is the youngest student in the history of the University of Cincinnati to qualify through his scholastic prowess for admission to this honorary fraternity. He entered college at the age of 13 and, by following the accelerated pragrom. graduating at the age of 13. Alpha Alpha is proud to number among its members a brother who has earned such enviable ' distinction. Brother H. Hannibal Hull, chairman of the Education Committee, carried out an interesting and unique program for Education Week. The annual spring formal for the Chapter

Page 35 was held on May 29 at the university of Cincinnati. The Social Committee, with Brother Brent Pendleton as Clnirman, worked at top speed to make this t!ic outstanding social event of the season and all the brothers looked forward to a:i evening of festivity and fellowship. Fraternally yours, WILLIAM R. McCALEB Associate Sphinx Editor

BETA GAMMA LAMBDA Richmond, Virginia GREETINGS BROTHERS: Beta Gamma Lambda Chapter presented it's annual citizenship award to Mrs. Ethel T. Overby at a well attended program to Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday May 4. Mrs. Overby was given the award for valuable services rendered over and beyond her professional responsibilities and her duties as a citizen of Richmond, Virginia for the promotion of better citizenship in the community. Mrs. Overby, principal of Elba School, was chosen for this honor because of her leadership and continuous effort in urging and assisting residents of Richmond to qualify for and participate in the civic affairs of the community. In a recent campaing Mrs. Overby was responsible for one hundred seventyone new members for the Richmond Citizens Association. The main speaker for the occasion was Brother Dr. Lyman Beecher Brooks. Director of the Norfolk Unit of Virginia State College. Dr. Brooks, speech centered around "three charaeters^The pessimist, passive optimist and the dynamic optimist." Music was furnished by the Armstrong High School Choir. Brother George Peterson, Jr., president of

DR. DUBOIS FOUNDERS' SPEAKER FOR BETA KAPPA. Dr. W. E. DuBois, distinguished scholar, was the guest speaker for Beta K a p p a Chanter during the observance of its 16th Anniversary in March. B r o t h e r DuBois (4th from left) is shown at the b a n q u e t table with Brother Dr. L a m a r r Harrison, president of Langston University. Others at the table include Mrs. Harrison, wife of the president; Dr. Tollie W. Harris, president of Alpha T a u L a m b d a Chapter, Tulsa, Okla., and General C h a i r m a n of the 1947 General Convention C o m m i t t e e Ueft end); B r o t h e r H o b a r t J a r r e t t , m e m b e r of the Langston faculty staff (3rd from left).


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BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Greater Kansas City GREETINGS: Beta Lambda Chapter conducted one of the best Education for Citizenship campaign in recent years. The Education Committee. of which Brother S. H. Thompson Jr. is chairman, planned an elaborate program for the entire week in greater Kansas City. On the opening day of the observance, F. L. Schlagle. Superintendent of Schools in Kansas City, Kansas and a delegate to the San Francisco Conference of United Nations. spoke to the Chapter on Education and World Citizenship. He pointed out the highlights of the meeting in San Francisco, Stating that the people of the world must have edu-

Back row, from left:—Brothers J a m e s Haydn, E d w a r d Forrest. Harold Lapesarde, H a r g r o v e Wootten, president: Charles Bell, Jr., Clarence J u p i t e r , Clyde J u p i t e r , Claude Organ. Jr., Leo Hall, Myles Gonzales, and Joe Z i m m e r m a n . Not present for picture were Brothers Thaddeus Demesme, J a m e s Bernard, J o h n Rouzelle, Lester Relf, and Marcel Trudeau.

cation before they can achieve world citizenship. On the following Sunday Afternoon, A Forum was given at Mason Memorial Church in Kansas City. Kansas. The speaker was Brother Burt Mayberry, our General Secretary. On the same afternoon The Brothers of Beta Lambda performed funeral ritual for Beloved Brother John Olin Kelly, who died of a heart attack at the home of Brother J. R. Lillard. We all mourn his passing. A smoker was given at the home ol Brother Elmer Jackson on Wednesday evening. Refreshments were served, and an open discussion was had on the topic. "Is Our Present Day Education Effective?" The smoker was a huge success. On Friday morning, The Junior College students from Lincoln Jr. College and Sumner Junior College presented a very fine program to the student body of Lincoln High School. The theme for discussion was Education For World Citizenship And What Present Day Training Is Doing, Siniular

programs were given at Northeast Jr. High School and many of the Elementary Schools in Greater Kansas City. The week closed with a grand party given at the Paseo YMCA for the Seniors of the High Schools and the Junior College. Games of Ping Pong, pool, swimming exhibitions and other activities were available to all. Refreshments were served. Claud Hamilton and Vivian Nolan were selected by the cornmil fee as the ideal college students from the Lincoln Jr. College. Beta Lambda sponsored its Annual Bridge Parly on May 17. The proceeds will go towards the giving of Scholarships. Beta Lambda is attempting to get 100 percent participation of all Alpha Brothers in Greater Kansas City. Fraternally yours. PERCY M. CARUTHERS Associate Sphinx Editor


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was his protege. Brother A. Maceo Smith, of Dallas, Texas, present Western VicePresident, selected another intimate friend of Brother McDonald to represent the Western Vice-Presidency at official ceremonies during funeral services held from Angelus F u n e r a l Home. He was Brother Dewey D. Davidson, Regional Director. Brother McDonald's stature as an Alpha man. and what he held to be (he qualifications of a brother who w e a r s the Alpha badge can be stated in his challenging words of welcome at the PanPacific Convention: " T h e House of Alpha can never be divided against itself. Built on the foundation of friendship, character and scholarship . . . it stands as a beacon light along this earthly journey to r e m i n d us. if we live t r u e to its precepts we shall attain the better things of life, elevate the standard of civilization and leave footprints on the sands of time t h a t will guide posterity until the final sunset." â&#x20AC;&#x201D; -s

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OR ten years the n a m e of Beit McDonald was almost synonymous with Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y . For even a longer period the n a m e Bert on the sunset shores of California m e a n t the very soul of Alpha. He m a d e it so with bis aggressive spirit of leadership, his willingness to serve locally and on the national scene, but by and large it w a s through his innate love of people and his informal mannerism which m a d e h i m one of Los Angeles' most beloved sons. His death during the first of this year, therefore, took from the high council of Alphadom a leader of p r o v e n ability. Brother McDonald, like the late J a m e s W. McGregor, was truly a trail-blazer on the western frontier of Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y . Both b r o t h e r s served as president of Alpha Delta Chapter. Both w e r e elevated to national honors. B r o t h e r McGregor was elected First National ViceP r e s i d e n t of Alpha P h i Alpha. In 1935 Brother McDonald was elected Western Vice-President, a position it w a s his distinction to fill after t h e office w a s created at the Silver A n n i v e r s a r y Convention in Nashville. Not satisfied to rest on his h o n o r e d position, this noble son of the West r e turned from Nashville to begin m a k i n g preparation for the first national convention Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y h a d ever held on the Coast. This was t h e Pan-Pacific Convention of 1936. Success of this great meeting is now a part of the glorious history of the Fraternity. It is still manifesting itself in t h e development of new chapters all up and down the West Coast. Through the influence of B r o t h e r McDonald, many of the wonders of Los Angeles, and its world-famed movieland w e r e revealed to the visiting brothers. Top officials of Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County gave B e r t t h e "go sign to use any facilities he w a n t e d for his guests. Professionally, B r o t h e r McDonald w a s a lawyer. His achievements in t h e field of law were outstanding, attested to by the fact that he served as Chief Deputy City Prosecutor for t h e City of Los An-

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BERT MCDONALD First Western Vice-President geles. When this office was placed under The city attorney's office. B r o t h e r McDonald" continued as Deputy City Attorney. serving the entire eleven years in this capacity. He was a native of Los Angeles, educated in its public schools, and at the University o f ' S o u t h e r n California. During World War I, he answered the call to the colors, and r e t u r n e d after the Armistice to participate as a leader in the interest of veterans through the A m e r i c a ! Legion. Death came to Bert at t h e U. S Veterans' Hospital, near Los Angeles, following a stroke of paralysis which he suffered F e b r u a r y 9. 1944. and from which he never recovered. B r o t h e r McDonald was r e t u r n e d to his post as Western Vice-President without opposition at G e n e r a l Conventions in New Orleans, La., New York City, K a n sas City, Mo., and at Louisville. K e n t u c k y for a t e n u r e of nine years. He was rem e m b e r e d with official messages from General Conventions at Atlantic City, New Jersey. Chicago, Illinois, and Columbus. Ohio. His immediate successor, Brother J a c k Terry, also of Los Angeles,

Brother John 0 . Kelley Passes In Kansas City Beta L a m b d a Chapter, Greater K a n s a s City was deprived of one of its most faithful members in the passing of Brother J o h n Olen Kelley. His sudden death came as a shock to his I wide circle of professional associates, brothj ers in Alpha P h i Alpha, and community at 1 large. Although quiet and I unassuming. Brother Kelley h a d gained comI munity-wide recognition as a building conI tractor. He was educated in the elementary BRO. K E L L E Y schools at Columbia, Mo., and then went to Lincoln University (Mo.) for his secondary and baccalaureate training. B r o t h e r Kelley became outstanding in football. H e later entered Meharry Medical College, and Minnesota University. His record as an educator was also pronounced. Brother Kelley served as viceprincipal and coach at the Franklin Turn the page


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DR. F R E D E R I C K P. L Y T E S OBIT MARCH 3RD ". . . . All that tread The globe are b u t a handful to t h e tribes That slumber in its bosom." This p e r t i n e n t thought from "Thanatopsis" struck h o m e this Spring to Pi L a m b d a C h a p t e r which yielded two demits to Omega, increasingly the largest chapter of Alpha P h i Alpha. B r e a t h e s there an Alpha who, at some time, not with fear and trembling but assuredly in quiet and serious meditation, has not pondered t h e common lot of mortal beings as Death stalks the terrestrial ball? As one brother after another m a k e s his exit from the stage, ever t h e r e rings more blatantly the cogent r e m i n d e r of constant regeneration and t h e necessity of filling in the r a n k s . Dr. DeKoven French, Dr. Edgar Askew, famous Dr. Douglas Stubbs, Attorney B e r t McDonaldâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;these brothers had m a d e their own niches which none other could fill, but they left, each of them, a void w h e r e i n newcomers, building on their accomplishments, might, as Servants of All. grasp and aspire to new heights, out-topping t h e masters. So be it in the course of h u m a n progress. So was it with B r o t h e r Frederick Paschal Lytes and B r o t h e r H u b e r t H. Stilson. Dr. Lytes passed from t h e scene on March 3 after forty-one years of dental p r a c tice. As a young M e h a r r y g r a d u a t e in the year of Alpha P h i Alpha's birth he ret u r n e d to his native P i n e Bluff and began his life w o r k t h e r e w h e r e h e had held forth ever since. He took great p r i d e in his race, and w h i l e he w a s a frequent visitor in churches of various connections, it was in his own A. M. E. connection that he was an unusually active layman. Locally a n d at Quadrennials, at an earlier period, he was a familiar figure as a vocalist. B u t his salient trait, I think, was his wide-open h e a r t and hands, for like Timon of Athens, his door was always open and his table lavish His contribution of five h u n d r e d dollars to the M e h a r r y E n d o w m e n t F u n d was typical of his sense of civic and racial responsibility. A m e m b e r of P i Boule of Sigma P i P h i and other organizations, he liked to refer to the p i c t u r e of the N e w Orleans Convention of Alpha Phi Alpha which adorned the wall of his office with the words "That certainly was a fine bunch of fellows!" He leaves a widow, Mrs. A n n a p ' Lytes, a n a t i v e Baltimorean. Dr. H. H. Stilson d e p a r t e d this life at his h o m e in Hot Springs, April 13 1947 He had not enjoyed complete health for several years, and even though he suffered great physical agony, he was constantly r e t u r n i n g to his practice as he was the only m e m b e r of our racial group practicing dentistry in that city. It was less than a year and a half ago t h a t he sought re-activation as an Alpha brotherâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to be exact, it was at our J a n u a r y meeting in 1946 that he came in the rain and cold to Pine Bluff from Hot Springs in the company of t h e eminent surgeon Dr. J o h n Eve, n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g his e x t r e m e frailty. What a touching scene it was when he tol dof his y e a r n i n g for the fellowship of his brothers in Alpha of the visits paid him by b r o t h e r s w h e n he was in t h e throes of agony. But most touching of all was the gesture when, after settling his financial obligations to the fraternity h e a t t e m p t e d an unassessed contribution for furthering t h e work of the chapter amid sympathetic shouts of "No, no!" A g r a d u a t e of Morehouse and Meharry, B r o t h e r Stilson practiced for at least a q u a r t e r of a century in the Spa City. Mrs. Myrtle B. Stilson, Indianapolis-born who so diligently and faithfully attended and solaced h e r h u s b a n d in his d a r k e s t hours, survives. To these fraters, from Alpha P h i Alpha, "Hail and F a r e w e l l ! "

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Langston University GREETINGS: Early in December Beta Kappa gave its fall rush party for the freshmen class and new students. Graduate Brothers Inman Breaux, President G. L. Harrison, G. C. Hamilton, Hobart S. Jarrett. and B. Boyd greeted the new group with short talks. The Second Semester Beta Kappa gave its second rush party for prospective pledgees. At the present the following pledgees nKike up the roster of the Sphinx Club: Oliver Ainsworth. Tally Mozee. Wallace Johnson. Percy B. Hytch. Herbert Kemp, Wilbur Stevenson. Aloza Hancock, Clarence Fisher. William Watson. Johnnie Abraro, Zebedie Curry. Otis Autry. La France Shawnee. Hubert Carroll. During the fall invitation the following brothers crossed the burning sands into Alpha Land: Henry Battle, Erastus Coleman. James Isaac, Zorrain Coy, Thomas Marshall. Clarence Wiley. Cleon Waters. Earl Ned. Tommy Jackson. Leo Whitlow and Theodore Shackleford. Alfred Harrell has filled the office of President of the Student Council in the absence of the president Wilbur O. Mack. Brother Harrell recently represented Langston University at a National Student Council Conference held at Texas University in Austin. Texas. Brother Aaron E. Murphy, a dramatic student, portrayed a leading role in a one act play recently taken from one of Edgar Allen's Poe's mystery stories "The Tell Tale Heart." Brother Amos Stevenson is wonderfully representing the student body of Langston with work carried on in the Christian Youth Council. Brother James Roy Johnson, President of the Student Christian Association is doing a marvelous piece of work as its leader. During the Christmas holidays he attended the National Christian Assembly Conference. which waa held at the University of Illinois. He recently returned to the campus from

Brother John 0. Kelley From page 37 School, St. Charles, Mo., and developed his team to position of state championship for two years. He became principal of the Vernon School, in Quindaro. Kansas After leaving t h e field of education. B r o t h e r Kelley began doing general contracting. He was employed at the J a c k son County P a r e n t a l H o m e as assistant to the s u p e r i n t e n d e n t at the time of his death. His services h e r e w e r e fruitful in view of his contacts with people in m a n y walks of life. B r o t h e r Kelley was engaged to m a r r y Miss Dorothy E. Lillard, p o p u l a r Kansas City, Mo., school teacher, this J u n e . Miss Lillard is the sister of B r o t h e r J. R. Lillard, k n o w n t h r o u g h o u t A l p h a d o m w h o r e t u r n e d only recently from nearly t h r e e years of Red Cross service overseas. B r o t h e r Kelley is survived by his mother, Mrs. Ida C. Kelley, of Columbia, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. E. Hampton, director of Eastside Settlement Project, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Mrs. Robert L. Washington, postal clerk, Kansas City, Mo.; two brothers, Preston Kelley, chemist of Chicago; and J a m e s Kelley, of Kelley-Moore F i r m , Los Angeles, and m a n y distant relatives. F u n e r a l services w e r e held from the chapel of E. Sterling Bell F u n e r a l H o m e with Beta L a m b d a C h a p t e r in charge, April 13th, and the remains w e r e sent to Columbia for services at Logwood P r o v i dence Baptist C h u r c h .


May, 1947 Cam Iome where he attended an InterRacial Christian Assembly. Brothers of Beta Kappa joined the graduate Brothers of Alpha in the Educational Citizenship Campaign in Oklahoma City and Guthrie. Brothers of Beta Kappa along with their advisor Brother Eugene Jesse (Father) Brown attended a Mid Winter Meeting Conference In the Y. M. C. A building Tulsa, On March 21. 1947 to make sufficient and necessary plans for the General Convention of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., which is to be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma this Christmas. Brother A. Maceo Smith 4th Vice President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc., presided over the meeting. On March 9. 1947 Beta Kappa celebrated its 16th Annual Founder's Day Program In the Vesper Chapel at which time Brother Dr. W. E. Dubois was the speaker of the evening. Many visiting Brothers from Tulsa. Oklahoma City, Wewoka, Boley and other places were present. This program was followed by an elaborate banquet in the University Dining Room. Brothers Hollis D. Stearns and William Franklin attended the South Western Regional Conference in Memphis, Tennessee, which proved to be a grand meeting. In our Spring initation Brothers of Beta Kappa gladly accepted three brothers into Alpha Land. Sameul W. Byaum, John Dotson. and Richard L. Mack. Beta Kappa participated in the Delta Sigma Theta poster contest sponsored recently. Johnnie Abram. a pledgee, only won the first prize $5.00 and Brother Eddie Fred Jordan won second prize of $3.00. Brother Amos Stevenson also participated. Beta Kappa regrets the lost of seven Brothers in graduation. They are: Arthur B. Matthews. William Franklin. Harold B. Dillion. Huey Battle. John Dotson, James Isaac and James Dotson. The calendar of events that Beta Kappa has participated in the Delta Sigma Theta Jabber wock. The Zeta Phi Beta Review. The Educational Citizenship Campaign, and The Delta Vocational Guidance Week Campaign. Graduate Brother Eugene Jesse (Father) Brown of the Art Department at Langston University was one of the two hundred Oklahoma Artists exhibiting in the Seventh Annual Exhibition of Oklahoma Artists at the Philbrach Art Gallery in Tulsa. This is the third time that (Father) Brown has exhibited with the group. New Faculty members of Langston Staff include graduate brothers G. Folkes, in the English department, W. Bond, in the science and biology department and Inmar Buarx head of the Physical Education department. Beta Kappa endeavor to keep the banner of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. flying high. In the above picture Miss Gladys Elgcees, "Alpha Sweetheart" is being presented a bouquet of flowers by president of Beta Kappa, Hollis Stearns.

Alpha Medallion To Brother Paul Robeson B r o t h e r P a u l Robeson, internationally acclaimed singer and orator, has been selected by Nu Chapter, Lincoln University, (Pa.) as the 1947 recipient of the Alpha Medallion. B r o t h e r Robeson was nominated because of his outstanding role as a champion of freedom. T h e a w a r d was presented on the campus of Lincoln University. Monday evening, May 12, in the University Chapel. T h e Alpha Medallion is a w a r d e d each year to a citizen who by his career has m a d e "an outstanding contribution to t h i American people." Last year's a w a r d winn e r s w e r e Miss Marian Anderson and Mr. H a r o l d L. Ickes.

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P A S S E S AT H E I G H T O F MEDICAL CAREER窶年ews of the sudden death oi Brother Dr. Frederick (Doug) Douglass Stubbs. of Philadelphia. Pa., one of America's most outstanding surgeons, d u r i n g the first of this year came as a shock of nationwide proportion to m e m b e r s of the medical profession. T h e end came to B r o t h e r Stubbs at the height of a brilliant career, and t h e future seemingly held for h i m untold possibilities. He was only thirty-nine. According to press reports, B r o t h e r Dr. Stubbs suffered a h e a r t attack on a New York-Long Island train while enroute to Long Island City w i t h his wife, Marion T u r n e r Stubbs, to visit friends. He died in the St. J o h n ' s Hospital. Dr. Stubbs was graduated from D a r t m o u t h College in 1927 with a m a g n a s u m m a cum laude, m a k i n g P h i Beta K a p p a in his junior year. He was also g r a d u a t e d from H a r v a r d Medical School with honors in 1931, after being elected to the Medical Honor Society of Alpha Omega Alpha while at Cambridge. Brother Stubbs held the distinction of being the first Negro resident physician of the Cleveland General Hospital. At the time of his death, he w a s acting chief chest surgeon at the Philadelphia General Hospital. Other medical honors included his selection as a diplomat of the American Board of Surgery; a fellowship in the International College of S u r g e r y and a m e m b e r s h i p in "Chest Physicians." He was also an associate in surgery at the Jefferson Hospital, and a chief surgeon of Douglass and Mercy Hospitals, Philadelphia. Shown here is a characteristic professional pose of Brother Dr. Stubbs as h e studies a chest X-ray picture for traces of tuberculosis. He was an authority on Tuberculosis Control, and traveled extensively over the country filling m a n y of the e r ^ a g e m e n t s he was asked to fill as a lecturer and demonstrator of methods for prevention of tuberculosis. This picture was published in the October edition of the S p h i n x (October, 1941) with an article on the noted surgeon by B r o t h e r Dr. William H. Gray Jr., Southern Vice-President of Alpha P h i Alpha, who g r e w u p w i t h Dr. Stubbs in the Quaker City. Brother Stubbs is one of m a n y distinguished brothers in Alpha P h i Alpha Fraternity who has joined the r a n k s of Omega Chapter during the past twelve months. He joined this lengthening caravan moving toward the mysterious realm of our Omega at the high tide of life, b u t in the brief span of t h i r t y - n i n e years, B r o t h e r S t u b b s left a record in keeping with t h e highest ideal of an Alpha m a n . . . " S e r v a n t of All." Alpha P h i Alpha F r a t e r n i t y extends its deepest s y m p a t h y to his widow and two daughters, Marion Patricia, 10; a n d F r e d e r i k a , 5.


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< < < ' " - ' ' - ^ a tremendous task. . .both for it» to reclaim brothers out of the fold justifies th<>e//oT There S h e error, £> 2l ' " " ' " ^ • ' ' <<""'"""" "'< part Of the FraterWhave done our best to keep them at a minimum. Check the roster Tna ,enri nntntlLnan}eschapters, and street addresses, bul „ e Secretary, or the Sphinx Magazine I. o sjtngler Editor in Chief ' corrections to the 0//ice of the General NAME Abele. Fred D. Abrams, James E., Jr. Abrams, Josepheus D. Abrams. Silas Sylvester Ackiss, Smallwood Adams, E. Avery, Jr. Adams. E. Avery, Sr. Adams. E. H. Adams, Elmo Adams, Frank Adams. Frank G. Adams. George Adams. John Adams, John H. Adams, J. Q. Adams, Maurice L. (Dr.) Adams, Millard F. Adams, Samuel C. Adams, Thomas C. Adams, William R. Adamson, G. Norman. (Dr.) Adderley, Julian E. Adkins. Rutherford Adkins, M. W. Akins, Mack Albright. Arthur C. (Dr.) Albritton, David Aldridge, Aubrey C. Aldridge. MeO< Alexander. Albert Alexander, Archibald A. Alexander, E. E. (Dr.) Alexander, Frank Alexander, Gabriel S. Alexander, Girardeau (Dr.) Alexander, Glenn Roland Alexander, Harvey Alexander, Joseph Alexander. Lyman Alexander, Mose T. Alexander. P. H. Alexander, P. M. Alexander, Paul (Dr.) Alexander. Robert Alexander, Theodore M. Alexander, Waldo E. Alexander, Walter G. (Dr.) Alexander, William M. Alexis, Felix Algee. John A. Allain, Leon Allen, Aaron L. Allen. Alfred L. Allen, Alphonso T. Allen. Browning Allen, C. C. (Dr.) Allen. Charles D. Allen. Edmund Allen. Edward Allen, Farrow. (Dr.) Allen, George C. Allen, Howard M. D. Allen. James. Jr. Allen. Leroy Banks Allen, Marion A. Allen, Nimrod B. Allen, Ralph Allison. James Allison, Dr. James M. Allyne. Bruce (Dr.) Alston. Alfred Alston. Walter R. Amerson, Ralph Ammons. Benjamin E. Amos, Miles Ampey. Russell M. Anderson, A. H. Anderson, Charles V. Anderson. Charles W. Anderson. Clarence Anderson. Claude E. Anderson. D. (Dr.) Anderson, Elmar A. Anderson. Felton C. Anderson. Floyd Anderson, H. B. (Dr.) Anderson. I. T. Anderson, J. C. Anderson, James R.

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JPJ}a Omicron Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Beta Nu Alpha Rho Mu Lambda Epsilon Alpha Psi Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Alpha Chi Alpha Epsilon Beta Tau Lambda Beta Sigma Chi Lambda Alpha Omicron Beta Phi Lambda Delta Lambda Gen. Organization Alpha ('In Iota Sigma Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Nu Beta Gamma Phi Lambda Gamma Beta Xi Lambda Theta Lambda Gen. Org. Gamma Alpha Beta Eta Lambda Alpha Omicron

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May, 1947 Xi A l p h a Iota L a m b d a Beta Omicron Gamma Gamma Gamma Xi Beta Delta L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Lambda Tau Xi Lambda Alpha Kappa Lambda Beta Pi Beta Lambda Zeta L a m b d a Zeta A l p h a Delta L a m b d a Alpha Theta Lambda Xi Theta Alpha Nu L a m b d a Zeta li^ia Upsilon L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Sigma Lambda Beta G a m m a L a m b d a B e t a Upsilon L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Beta A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Omicron Lambda G a m m a Eta L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Alpha Lambda A l p h a Epsilon A l p h a Epsilon Beta Tau Beta T a u Alpha Rho Zeta Beta G e n . Org. Alpha Rho Beta G a m m a Eta L a m b d a Kappa Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda B e t a Eta L a m b d a Epsilon L a m b d a Chi Gamma Rho Lambda Xi L a m b d a A l p h a Chi L a m b d a Chi L a m b d a Gamma Lambda Xi L a m b d a Tau Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Chi Rho Xi L a m b d a Delta L a m b d a G a m m a Zeta Alpha Alpha Xi G a m m a Iota B e t a Pi L a m b d a Gamma Lambda Beta U p s i l o n Beta G a m m a G a m m a Xi A l p h a Epsilon Eta L a m b d a Gamma Eta Rho L a m b d a Theta lambda Alpha Rho Beta Gamma A l p h a Upsilon Epsilon L a m b d a Alpha Nu B e t a Zeta Gamma Nu A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a XI Epsilon L a m b d a G a m m a Mu Beta G a m m a Lambda Chi Beta Nu Lambda Kappa Lambda Epsilon Pi Gamma Omircon Gamma Lambda G a m m a Zeta Kappa Alpha Alpha Lambda Alpha Delta L a m b d a Beta Gamma A l p h a Eta Alpha Lambda Rho L a m b d a Gamma Lambda Kappa Lambda Psi Rho L a m b d a Xi Chi B e t a XI Alpha Omicron


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May, 1947 Alpha Tau Lambda Beta Upsilon Beta Eta L a m b d a Beat G a m m a Lambda G a m m a Epsilon Alpha Phi Lambda Eta A l p h a Iota A l p h a Psi Gamma Lambda Gamma Alpha Xi L a m b d a Upsilon Alpha Psi Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Pi Alpha Tau A l p h a Upsilon Kappa Xi Mu L a m b d a Psi L a m b d a Rho Lambda Mu L a m b d a Alpha Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Omicron Lambda Kappa Beta G a m m a L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Alpha Alpha Alpha N u L a m b d a Alpha Tau Alpha Alpha Beta Omicron Epsilon L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a G a m m a Beta Gamma Kappa Lambda Beta Pi L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Gamma Nu Alpha Kappa L a m b d a Beta Epsilon Xi A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a B e t a Psi L a m b d a A l p h a Epsilon Xi L a m b d a Beta O m i c r o n Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Epsilon A l p h a Epsilon Beta Mu A l p h a Eta B e t a Pi L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Beta Pi G a m m a Delta Gamma Alpha Tau Lambda Beta Tau Eta Beta Upsilon Eta Beta O m i c r o n A l p h a Eta Epsilon L a m b d a Beta Epsilon L a m b d a Beta Epsilon L a m b d a Alpha A l p h a Pi G a m m a Zeta L a m b d a Alpha Rho Mu L a m b d a Eta Lambda Kappa Lambda Aloha Theta Beta L a m b d a A l p h a Epsilon Beta T a u L a m b d a B e t a Epsilon Alpha Tau Lambda Theta Alpha Nu Lambda Pi Xi L a m b d a Rho L a m b d a Rho Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta K a p p a L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Alpha Tau Lambda Beta Epsilon A l p h a Psi L a m b d a B e t a Zeta L a m b d a Epsilon L a m b d a A l p h a Xi L a m b d a Upsilon L a m b d a Beta Theta Lambda Mu L a m b d a Beta Lambda


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May, 1947 B u t l e r , A. E. B u t l e r , C h a r l e s (Prof.) B u t l e r . E u g e n e J. R u t l e r . E v e r e t t L. B u t l e r , H. J . B u t l e r , J a m e s C. B u t l e r . J o h n D. (Dr) B u t l e r , R. W. B u t l e r . R o b e r t E. B u t l e r . Roosevelt B u t l e r . W. B . (Dr.) B u t l e r . W a l t e r Louis B u t l e r , William F. B u t l e r . William J. B u t t s , J. S. ( A t t ' y ) B y a s . E d w a r d N. Bynes, J a m e s W.. (Dr.) ^ <n-\r*c Victor Bryant. Jefferson, Jr. Byrd. Edwin B y r d . F. C. B y r d . R o n a l d S. Ryrd. Wilbur B y r o n , H. H. (Capt.) Cabaniss, G e o r g e W. Cade. Henry Cade, J o h n B . Cain. C. M o r r i s Caldwell. Elvin R. Caldwell. L e w i s A. H. Caldwell. L v n d o n Caldwell, W a l t e r W. C a l h o u n , A l p h a E. C a l h o u n , Elvin E. C a l h o u n , Harold C a l h o u n , R a y m o n d L. C a l h o u n , S t e w a r t A. C a l i m a n , A l v a h E. C a l i m a n . William M. C a l l a h a n . L e m D. Callen. K i n g Callender. Maurice C a l l e n d e r . S t a n t o n Dale Callis, H e n r y A. Calloway. A. W. C a l l o w a y , A n d r e w H. C a l l o w a y . A g u s t u s J. Calloway, L u c i u s Calloway, Richard C a l l o w a y . William C. fTtr.i Calvin, F r e e z e l D e m a r i l C a m p b e l l . Alfonso C a m p b e l l . C. B . C a m p b e l l . C o r n e l i u s C. C a m p b e l l , E. E. Campbell, Edwin Campbell, Herman C a m p b e l l . P a u l V. (Dr.I ' " a m o b e l l e . R. P ' f i - y J. C a m p b e l l . Roy B. J. C a m p b e l l , T. M„ J r . . (Dr.) C a m p b e l l . William B. C a m p b e l l . William C. C a n a d a . Weldon D. C a n n , B r a x t o n F. (Dr.) C a n n a d y , G e o r g e C. C a n n o n . R a y m o n d W. C a r d o z o . W. W a r r i c k C a r e y , Alfred J . C a r e y , A r c h i b a l d J.. J r . Carey. Joseph Carl, E a r l L. Carlock, J a m e s Carlson, E r n e s t J. C a r l t o n , R a l p h a e l W. C a r m a n . J o s e p h Nelson C a r p e n t e r . M a r c u s (Dr.) C a r r , C. R.

716 N . Fifth St. 1160 K e n t St. 3405 P h o e n i x St. Fla. A. a n d M. College A p t . 3, 879 1-2 E. L o n g St. 625 J a c k s o n St. 6217 F r a n k s t o w n A v e . 1544 Jefferson St. 705 J e n k i n s St. 1136 W a s h i n g t o n Blvd. 2033 D r u i d Hill A v e . M o r e h o u s e College 420 I n s u r a n c e St. 537 H a m i l t o n A v e . Box 1045 302 W. 122nd St. 601 1-2 E. N i n t h St. 507 S h a w n u t A v e . 4007 T h o m p s o n 1604 W r i g h t Ave. 710 L a n g d o n Ave. 1618 A v e n u e M. V e t e r a n s Hospital 6118 C h a m p l a i n Ave. 18674 W e x f o r d So. B r . P . O. 1711 A r c t i c Ave. 2357 Gilpin St. 6052 St. L a w r e n c e Ave. 82 D e c a t u r St. 2455 B r o o k l y n 1214 N. G r e e n w o o d St. 1359 A u s t i n T e x a s College

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Chapman, Charles W. Chapman, Emerson Chapman. Joseph C. Chapman. Martin Chapman. William B. Chappelle, L. Palmer Chappelle. William D. Chappelle. William V. Charles. A. W. Chase, J. B. Chatman. Melvin R. Chatman, Robert Marvin Chavious, Russell Chavis. Homer L. Chavis. Vance H. Cheatam, Alflorence Cheek, Jefferson K. Cheek. R. C. Chenault. W. Lamed Chennault. A. B. Cherot. Romeo A. Cherry, Carl J. Childress. Dalton Childs. Alton M. Childs. Joseph Childs. Lincoln B. Chiles, John Chinn. Eugene E. Christopher. Nathan K. Christopher, T. M. Christy. James D. Church, Robert R.. Jr. Church, Robert R. Church, Thomas Clagett, Robert S. Clark. Charles H. Clark. Edward Depriest Clark. F. G. (Dr.) Clark. George D., Jr. Clark, J. F. J. Clark. Jesse B., III. Clark, John Q.. Sr. Clark. Lawrence O. Clark. M. R. Clark, Odell E. Clark. Peter W. Clark. Robert L. Clark, Robert N. Clark Spurling Clark. S. R. (Dr.) Clark. W. F. (Dr.) Clark. E. W. Clarke. Hannibal D. Clarke. Joseph A. Clark. Leonard Clarke. M. C. Clarke, Robert L. Clarke. Thomas H. R. Clarke. Thomas M. Clarke. William D. Claj C. Vernon Clay, Howard •

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May, 1947 D a y William D e a d w y l e r , William D e a n , C o n s t a n t i n e C. D e a n , M i l l a r d R. Dean, Warren Deas, Vivian D e Blanc, R a l p h D e Bois, E d g a r H., J r . De Bose, H e r r o n D e Bose, T. A. Debrow, Everette Decabur, Albert Robert DeCosta, H. A. De C o u r s e y , G e o r g e Decoy, R o b e r t H. D e d m o n d , F r e d e r i c k H. (Dr.) Dee, F r a n k i e Dejoie, C o n s t a n t C. D e l a n e y , J o h n W. D e L o a c h e , G e o r g e E. D e L o r m e , L e o n G. D e M o n d , A l b e r t L. D e n i s o n G e o r g e S. Dennard, Clarence L. Dennard, McCants Dennis, Ernest D e n n i s , H a r r y E. D e n n i s , W i l l i a m H., J r . Denny. William D e n s o n , H e n r y H. D e n t o n , H. H. D e r b i g n y , I. A. (Dr.) Derricotte, J. Flipper D e r r y , H a r o l d (Dr.) D e s b o r d e r s , Lionel DeShields, Harrison F. Dews. Robert. Dhiggs, J o s e p h R. Dibble, E. H. (Dr.) D i r k a s o n , H. L. D i c k e r s o n . G e o r g e W. Dickerson, Julius D i c k e r s o n , R a y m o n d O. D i c k e r s o n , T h e o d o r e H. Dickerson, Willard Dickerson, Woody Diggs, A. O. (Dr.) Diggs, C h a r l e s W. Diggs. H. C. Dillard, C h a r l e s E. (Dr.) Dillard, E r n e s t C. Dillard, N . Dillard, P o r t e r C. Dillon, H a r o l d B i s h o p Dillon, Mozeal A. Dinkins. Ralph D i s m o n d , H. B i n g a (M. D.) D i x o n , D e a n W a l t e r T. Dixon, G r a v e r Dixon, Harold Leander Dixon, James Dixon, J o h n L. D i x o n , R e g i n a l d (Dr) D i x o n , B o y E. D i x o n , Virgil F . Dixon, W. G. Dixon, William C. D o b b s . D a v i d H. Dobbs, Paul D o b s o n . W. A. D o c k e r y . G e o r g e R. (DDS) D o c k e r v , R o b e r t W. Doggett, J o h n J r . Doles. M a u r i c e (Dr.) D o n e g h y . J o s e p h E. Dooley. T. P . D o r s e y , J o h n T. (Dr.) D o u g l a s , F r e d C. Douglas. Monroe Anderson D o u g l a s . Odell Douglass, W i l b u r C , J r . Douglass, W i l b u r C. D o w d e l l , W. J. (Dr.) Dowden, Edward B. D o w n i n g . C o n w a y (Dr.) D o w n i n g , Ellwood (Dr.) D o w n i n g . L y l b u r n C , (Dr.) Downs. Chauncey D o w n s , K a r l E. Doyal, G. M. D r a k e . Carl D r a p e r , Cecil T. Drew. Robert Driskcll, J a m e s D u B o i s . E. H. D u b o s e . William Ducksworth. LeRoy Ducre. Charles D u d l e y . F.lwood D u d l e y , G e o r g e W. Dudley. Lenell Dues. Lerov Duffy. F m n k l y n V. D u n b a r . J o h n W. Duncombe. Eugene Dun k i n , R o b e r t Dunlap. Delbert F. Dunmore. Robert Dunn, Charles Dunn, Charles J. Dunn, James D u n n , J a m e s A. D u n n , Otis E.

THE T e x a s College S t a t e College A. & T. College 1755 18th St., N. W. T e n n . S t a t e College 141 S p r i n g St. 1356 Clinton A v e . 822 1-2 P i n e w o o d A v e . L a n e College So. B r . P . O. S t a t e T e a c h e r s College 227 J a m e s St. 217 L o c u s t St. 1022 N . W e s t St. Tillotson College M o r g a n S t a t e College 421 W e s t 141st St. 601 S a r a t o g a St. 30 W. 15th St. 168 N. 22nd St. 1414 P i n e St. 1317 J a c k s o n St., N . E. 5618 S. P a r k A v e . 5105 O a k l a n d St. 9802 C e d a r A v e . 2008 D r u i d Hill A v e . A l b a n y S t a t e College 3 North Court 957 N e w Y o r k A v e . 1859 R i n g o St. Tuskegee Institute 1135 F a i r m o n t St.. N. W. 2320 I v v Ave. B o x 784 Wilberforce University 1196 E. L o n g St. N . C. College Tuskegee Institute Bluefield S t a t e College 400 N . T e n n . A v e . Howard University Wilberforce University 111-20 140th St. 3205 A v e n u e N. 1515 A v e n u e L. 6R1 E. L o n g St. 1605 C h e s t e r St. L a n e College 1338 B u r d e t t A v e . 1721 McCoy 3103 P. S t r e e t 1606 S t o c k t o n Langston University Box 275 1929 F e r n o n St. 245 W. 139th St. 1933 McCulloh St. CIO P o s t M a s t e r 1 10 N. P a t t e r s o n St. Wiley College 2126 C e n t e r A v e 2807 C a s e y 1109 F o u r t e e n t h St. 655 W. 36th St. 3430 West St. 1545 N. W. 68th St. 4034-A A l d i n e St. •Jin N F! 5th St. 247 W. 149th St. 645 N a v v R o a d 15?E 585 D o l p h i n St. P27 Woodland Ave. Rox 98 P r a i r i e View College 1920 F u l t o n A v e . 420 O r c h a r d M o r e h o u s e College T e x a s College IT'nversitv of Pi'*shtirgh 412 B a k e w e l l Bldg. 1912 !-•>. «"irf* A v n u e A. a n d T College R49 44th St. 40 C e n t e r A v e n u e . N . W. 51 C e n t e r Ave., N. W. 2315 P r o s p e c t S a m u e l H u s t o n College 1854 S e v e n t h Ave. TTehni-'-v Med. College 1427 C a r l e t o n St. T e x a s College 850 R o c k d a l e 8?2 1-2 P i n e w o o d P. O. B o x 248 318 E. Oak 211 N. J o h n s o n St. J o h n s o n C. S m i t h U. Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y 7') H o l b r o o k Arcade Hotel 805 Euclid A v e . 6209 N. W.. 14th C o u r t Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y Bluefield S t a t e College U n i v e r s i t y of P i t t s b u r g h 1554 L i n n St. 612 T h u r n e a n St. 400 P a r k A v e . 1111 W. Second St. R o u t e 2, B o x 227

SPHINX Tyler, Texas F o r t Valley, G a . G r e e n s b o r o , N . C. W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. Nashville. Tenn. C h a r l e s t o n , S. C. Bronx. New York Toledo 7, Ohio Jackson, Tenn. Baton R o u g e . L a . M o n t g o m e r y , Ala. A k r o n 7, Ohio H a m p t o n , Va. Indianapolis, Ind. Austin, Texas B a l t i m o r e , Md. New York City New Orleans, La. Covington, K y . C o l u m b u s 3. Ohio C o l u m b i a . S. C. W a s h i n g t o n , D . C. Chicago. 111. D a l l a s 4, T e x a s C l e v e l a n d , Ohio B a l t i m o r e . Md. I n s t i t u t e , W. Va. Albany. Ga. Elm Haven, Conn. Fort Worth, Texas L i t t l e Rock, A r k . Alabama W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. B a l t i m o r e , Md. T>>skegee I n s t i t u t e , Ala. W i l b e r f o r c e , Ohio C o l u m b u s , Ohio D u r h a m , N. C. T u s k e g e e , Ala. Bluefield, W. Va. A t l a n t i c City. N . J. W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. W i l b e r f o r c e , Ohio J a m a i c a , L o n g Island Galveston, Texas Galveston, Texas C o l u m b u s , Ohio L i t t l e Rock. A r k . Jackson. Tenn. C i n c i n a t i . Ohio Dallas 15. T e x a s Richmond. Va. D e t r o i t . Mich. L a n g s t o n , Okla. L a n g s t o n . Okla. P h i l a d e l p h i a 46. P a . N e w Y o r k City B a l t i m o r e , Md. 1 M o n t g o m e r y . A -!. S t a t e College. P a . Marshall, Texas A m e l i a . Va. Pittsburgh. Pa. Dallas 10. T e x a s Des Moines. I o w a Savannah, Ga. O a k l a n d . Calif. M i a m i , Fla. St. L o u i s . Mo. O k l a h o m a Citv. Okla. N e w York City Seneca. S. C. Sari Francisf-o. Calif. B a l t i m o r e . Md. Toledo, Ohio Texas B-iltimore. Md. New Haven. Conn. A t l a n t a . Ga. Tvler, Texas Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Bessemer. Alabama G r e e n s b o r o . N. C. N e w p o r t N e w s , Va. R o a n o k e . Va. R o a n o k e . Va. K a n s a s Citv. Mo. Austin 22. T e x a s N e w Y o r k City Nashville, Tenn. B e r k e l e y . Calif. Tvler. Texas C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio T o l e d o 2. Ohio Defuniak Springs, Fla. C a r b o n d a l e . Ill New Orleans, La. C h a r l o t t e , N. C. Memphis. Tenn. Jefferson Citv. Mo. D e t r o i t 2. Mich. R a l e i g h . N . C. A k r o n 2. Ohio M i a m i . Fla. Pennsylvania Bluefield. W. V. Pittsburgh, Pa. C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio M o n t g o m e r y . Ala. Anniston. Ala. D.-ivton. Ohio W a k e F o r e s t , N . C,

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Page 50 Dunn, Richard F. Dunning R. H. Durant, Allen Durham, Barbee W. Duster, Benjamin C . Jr. Duval, William E. Dyer, Earl Dyett, Thomas B. (Att'yi Dyson, Clifford Ealey, Roland Eames, Warren Easley, Eddie V. Eason, Newell Easter, W. A. Eastman, James G. Eaton, Hubert A. Eaton. J. W. Echols, Harvey Echols, Joseph G. Edelin, Arather Edgecombe, Edward W. Edmgton, Clifford Edmond, Maurice Edmonds. Daniel J. Edmonds, Daniel W. Edmonds, James R. Edmondson, Cato Edmunds. McKinley H.. Jr. Edwards, Albert T. Edwards, Alfred L. Edwards. Calvin Edwards, Collie Edwards, Everett Edwards, George L. Edwards, Henry Edwards. Herman F. Edwards. J. W. Edwards. Jules R. Edwards. William A. iDr.i Edymy. J. Bruce Elbert, Weldon Eugene Elder. Nathan Eldridge. Leonard Ellerbe. J. A. Elliott, Arnett Elliott. Balaam T. Elliott. O. H. Ellis. Alphonse L. Ellis, C. Herbert Ellis. G. Edward Ellis. Hasko Ellis, James R. Ellis. Lamar T. Ellis, Walter Elliston, Thomas A. Elmore, Clinton Embry, Russell Embry. Thomas S. Embry. Tunis O. Emerson. James England, Morrison English, Leo V. English, Leo V.. Sr., (Dr.) English. Roy W. Engram. George W. Engram. Maulvin Epps, Harold T. Ervin, John B. Ervin, Prince A. Epsy, Henry D. (Att'v) Estwick, Randolph R. Eubanks. William P. Eulien, Harold B. Evans. Arthur P., Jr. Evans, Arthur P.. Sr. Evans, Beniamin B. (Rev.) Evans. DuPont A. (Dr.) Evans, E. B. (Dr.) Evans. George H. (Dr.) Evans. Herbert Evans, Howard Evans, Tra E., Jr. Evans, James Evans. Joseph H. B. Evans. Louie Gene Evans, Nobel Evans. Preston L. Evans. Robert J. Evans. Wadsworth Evans. William L. Eve. John (Dr.) Fvcrage, Stephen Everett, Aldin Everett, Beniamin A. Ewell. Horace C. Ewing. R. A. Exum, George C. Fabio. Cyril L Fagan, J. T. Fairchild. Robert L. Faire. Andrew Fairfax. Mathew Faison. O. T. Fant, Wendell L. Farrar, Charles Farrell. Alfred Eaucette. Thomas Wade Eaulkner, Harold Eauntlerov, Byron J. Favors. John S. (Rev.) T'eagins, Jack L. Fenderson. George Fenner. Frank C.

THE Va. State College 1800 Goode Ave. 801 N. 45th St. 1474 East Long St. 1301 W. Clark St. 460 Cotton Ave. Fisk University 277 Broadway Rosemary St. 3116 Q. Street Southern University Virginia State College 3622 Monterey Road 11867 Alabama Ave. 56Madison Ave. 14006 Orange St. 1418 Oakwood Ave. 2007 Washington Blvd. Ky State College, 750 Udell 415 Division St. Lincoln University Southern Br. P. O. Texas College 1748 S. Street, N. W. 1812 Caddo 10422 Pace Ave. 119 N. Barnard St. 2802 Arcadia Ave. 2109 West 153rd St. 866 E. 46th St. Wiley College 4113 Cornelius 162 Bailey St., S. W. N. Carolina College 19 North Park 8400 W. Eight-Mile Road 209 Wordlow St. 4738 Forrestville Ave. 793 W. Lafayette St. Morehouse College 1159 E. 12th St. 121 North Dubuque 5414 Vine St. 50 Chestnut St. Mt. Olive High School Samuel Huston College Lincoln University 105 E. Summit P. O. Box 201 529 S. Broadway 1110 E. Pine St. Wilberforce University Fisk University 1204 Que St., N. W. State Teachers College 89 North 22nd St. 806 Lyman Ave.

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1404 1-2 Central Ave. 2103-A Market St. Lane College 157 Hunterdon St. 5302 S. State St. 9 West Chestnut St. 819 W. Chestnut St. 1512 Chapel St. Box 1024 Prairie View College 908 Salem St. 165 Flovd St. 66-D Willert Park Cts 1121 Tuscaloosa Ave 10~f~s"rstreet.~~N. W Fla. A. & M. College 651 Belmont Ave. 319 Ninth Ct.. N. 1308 Broadway 6110 Eberhart St. 155 Cedar St. Alice Eve Hospital 18 Bullock St. Morehouse College 1329 Pine St. Lane College 216 TweKth Ave.. N. Fla. A. & M. Colleee 1404 1-2 Central Ave. 87 Martin Ave.. S. E. 2119 N. Quicy St. Ill Townsend 861 Lincoln Ave. Good Sherjherd Hospital 1417 Charlotte Pettierew and Jones 334 St. Clair Ave. 10 Seward Avenue 1603 E. 49th St. 6037 Eberhart Ave. 1823 North 22nd St. Tenn. State Colle'e 811 St. Nicholas Ave. 272 Osward Place

SPHINX Ettrick, Va. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Columbus, Ohio Urbana, 111. Macon, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. New York 7, N. Y. W. Palm Beach, Fla. Richmond, Va. Baton Rouge, La. Petersburg, Va. Los Angeles 32, Calif. Los Angeles 2. Calif. Montclair, N. J. Wilmington, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Chicago, Illinois Frankfort, Ky. Indianapolis, Ind. W. Palm Beach. Fla. Pennsylvania Baton Rouge, La. Tyler, Texas Washington 9, D. C. Dallas 4, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. State College, Pa. Norfolk, Va. New York 30, N. Y. Los Angeles 11. Calif. Marshall, Texas Indianapolis, Ind. Atlanta, Ga. Durham, N. C. Phoenix, Ariz. Ferndale 20, Mich. Greenville, S. C. Chicago, 111. Baltimore, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Columbus, Ohio Iowa City, Iowa Philadelphia, Pa. Wyoming, Ohio Whiteville, N. C. Austin, Texas Jefferson City, Mo. Ann Arbor, Mich. Hampton, Virginia Shawnee, Okla. Tulsa 6, Okla. Wilberforce, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Washington 9. D. C. Montgomery, Ala. Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, 111. St. Louis, Mo. Detroit 8, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Lenapah, Okla Daytona Beach. Fla. Fort Valley, Ga. Durham, N. C. Akron, Ohio Tampa. Fla. St. Louis 3, Mo. Jackson, Tenn. Newark, N. J. Chicago. 111. Louisville. Ky. Louisville. Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Beckley, W. V. Prairie View. Texas Greensboro, N. C. Augusta, Ga. Buffalo, New York. Gadsden. Ala. Cleveland. Ohio Washington, D. C. Tallahassee. Fla. Toledo 2. Ohio Birmingham, Ala. Detroit 26. Mich. Chicago. 111. Buffalo, N. Y. Hot Springs, Ark. Montgomery, Ala. Atlanta. Ga. Columbia. S. C. Jackson. Tenn Nashville, Tenn. Tallahassee. Fla. Tampa, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Tulsa 6, Okla. Roxbury, Mass. Cincinnati, Ohio New Born. N. C. Nashville. Tenn. Raleigh. N. C. Columbus. Ohio Trenton 9. N. J Los Angeles. Calif. Chicago, 111 Omaha. Nebr. Nashville, Tenn. New York Citv Vaux Hall, N. J.

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May, 1947 Fenner. Fred W. Fentress, A. C. Ferguson, D. L. Ferguson, George A. Ferguson, Gurney E. Ferguson, Ira L. Ferguson, Joseph F. Ferguson, M. G. Ferrell, Eddie Few, James Few, Moses Clinton Fews, Albert Fields, Benj. Franklin Fields, Lafayette Fields, Richard E. Fields, Robert E. Fields, Walter F. Finch, Fred Finch, William Finley, Charles Finlayson, William Edward Finley, G. E. (Dr.) Finley, Lawrence D. Finn, Archie Fisher, Benjamin H. Fisher, Cleveland C. Fisher, Reginald F. Fisher, William Fitzgerald. Wm. I. (Att'y) Flagg, Joseph T. Flake, Thomas Flanagan. S. J. Fleming. Artee Fleming, Harold S. (Dr.) Fleming. John W. Fleming, Richard S. (Dr.) Fletcher. Isaiah Fletcher. J. C. Fletcher. Joseph G. Fletcher. Thomas H. Fletcher. William Flint. C. W., Jr. Flippen, John T. Flood, Curtis Flood, Edgar W. Florant, Lester Flory, Ishmael P. Floyd. Donald Flowers, Louis I. Floyd. Johnie Macon Floyd. Marcus Floyd, Paul M. (Dr.) Floyd, Walter Foley, Warren C. Fontellia-Nanton. H. I. Foote. L. H. B.. Foppe. Forrest F. Forbes. Livingston F. Ford. Edward W.. Jr. Ford. Frederick Ford. Lawson J. Ford. Paul Ford, Walter Forrest. Edward Forrest. Olston Forte, D. Armonde Forte, Graham Foshee. Vernon Foster. A. J. Foster, A. L. Foster, Albon L.. Jr. Foster, Carter W. Foster, C. J. Foster. Henry M. Foster, Joseph Foster, L. Hâ&#x20AC;&#x17E; Jr. Foster, Lonnie Theodore Foster. Luther H. Foster, Maynard V. Foster. Richard A. G. Foster, William Fountain, James Fountain. Morris Fountain. William D. (Dr.) Fountain. Oliver J. Fowler, Richard M.. II Fowler, Thomas W. Fowler, William H. Fowlkes. L. A. Fowlkes. William Fox, Arthur B.. Jr. Foy, George Francis, Charles K. Francis. Daniel Franklin, A. Jackson Franklin. Benjamin Franklin, Bostic J. Franklin. Frederick Franklin. Henry Franklin, James A. Franklin, John F. Franklin. John Hope Franklin. William Henrv Franks, E. E. Franks. Julius. Jr. Frazier, Jean J., Jr. Frazier. J. W. Frazier. Robert T. Freeland, Wendell Freeman. Arthur M.. Sr. Freeman. James N. Freeman, George A. Freeman. Harvey O.

THE 150 Hunt Avenue 956 E..Princess Anno Road 243JT ~M.~ s T . r N7" ~W. Ferguson Hotel Southern Br. P. O. 531 Halsey St. 925 11th Ave., North Bluefield State College Wilberforce University Morehouse College S53 S. Jackson St. Langston University 803 St. Anthony Ave. 1219 Kenyon St., N. W. 3227 Holmes Va. State College Veterans Hospital 202 E. Spring St. 4232 W. Evans Morehouse College 809 N. E. 5th St. 2629 Ashland Ky. State College 951 Pinewood Ave. Term. State College 3624 11th St., N. W. University of Pittsburgh 1206 Druid Hill Ave. 32 Barclay St. 808 Fuller 1627 E. Davison 22. W. Market St. 60 Dixwell Ave. 1534 Linn St. 60 Dixwell Ave. 1417 Falrview St. 1630 E. 124th St. Ky State College 10914 Drexel Ave. Southern Branch P. O. 1063 East Terrell 430 S. Fayette St. Va. State College 1300 Fifth Ave. Howard University 306 E. 43rd Street Lincoln University Lane College Morehouse College Lane College 10420 Somerset Ave. Boggs Academy 120 North College 17 1-2 North Dubuque Fla. A. and M. College Wiley College Fla. A. & M. College 125 E. 37th St. Allen University 545 Edgecombe Ave. 2718 Grove St. Xavier University 1201 E. 52nd St. 4501 Calumet Ave 569 N. Ninth St. 1029 Villa Place 379 Jefferson 379 Jefferson St. Box 1221 317 E. Clay St. J. C. Smith University 706 Vance St. Tuskegee Institute Box 341 A. & T. College Va. State College Talladega College 11 Charles St. Fla. A. & M. College Texas College 2518 Center Ave. 1217 Gaylord St. 901 Allen St. 112 N. Indiana Ave. 59 Lake St. 3220 W. 17th St. 2510 Jefferson Ave. 210 Auburn Ave.. N. E. Talladega College 349 N. 11th St. 1013 N. W. 2nd Ave. 701 39th St. Xavier Universitv 4203 W. Evans Ave. 301 S. Corn St. 3438 25th St. 355 North Ann St. N. C. College Langston Universitv 1445 Brown St. 124 Greene House 915 Tinton Ave. Hampton Institute State College Howard University 2101 Rose Ave. Lincoln University 327 Ohio St. 2101 Rose Ave.

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Page 52 Freeman, Murray Freeman, Otis A. Freeman, S. C. Freeman, Vincent Freeman, Walter, E. French, David M. French, De Koven F. French. Jasper C. Froe. Otis D. Frye, Charles E. Fulford, Henry Fuller, Emmason D. Fuller, Joseph W. Fullilove, Robert Fullwood, Douglass B., II. Funderburg. Owen Furlow, Charles Furniss, Sumner A. Gaddy. George Gaines, Anthony Gaines, Charles E. Gaines, Jonas Gaines, R. E. Gaines, Samuel Gaines, Vincent Gathers, Cornelius (Dr.) Gather, James M. Gallowav. Alfred C. Galvin. Alexander G. (MD) Gandy. John M. Gandy, John M., Jr. Gandy. Samuel S. Gantt, Robert Garcia. James Gardiner, Anthony Gardner, Jackie R. Gardner. Jessie Gardner, Ralph Gardner, Robert Gardner, Robert N. Gardner, William O. Garland. William Boyd Garner. Ralph S. Garner. Sam Junious Garner, Seth Douglas Garner, Washington E. (Dr.) Garnson, W. G. Garrett. Marshall T. Garrett. Mathew Turner Garvin, Walter Gaskin, Allen Gaston, William Gates, Leroy W. (Dr.) Gatlin, Nathaniel F. Gay, J. A. Gayles. Franklin J., Jr. Georges. James Douglass Georges, Thomas Sr., (Dr.) George, Thomas W., Jr. Gerren. Nicholas L. Gholston. William Gibbs. George Edwin Gibbs, James A., Jr. Gibbs. Jonathan C. Gibson, Andrew N. Gibson, Harry B., Jr. Gibson, Raloh M. Gibson. T. K.. Sr. Gibson. W. W. Giddings. Earl T. Gier. Joseph T. Gilbert. Don Ciihert. R. M. Gilchrist. Jeremiah G. Giles. Ali M. (Dr.) Giles, Chauncey D. r-'ies. Howard (Dr.) Giles. H. Leslie Giles. Roscoe C. Giles. Thomas J. Gill. J. Girt Gill. Ster-line E. Gillam. H. Gray . Gillam, I. T. Gillam. H. Gray C-iniam G. J. Gilliam. Ronda A. Gilliard. Charles Gillis. Homer W. Gilmer. Rnv J. (Dr.) Gilmore. Virgil J. Ginn. Guv A. Oinn. Guv A.. (MD) Gipson. George Oinson, John Girven. Elijah H. Giscombe. Cecil (Dr.) Gist. Lewis Oittens, William W. (Dr.) Givens, Howard Givens. Joseph W. Glasco. Clarence Glenn. Dalton Gloster, Hugh M. Gloster, Jesse E. Glover. Nelson G. (Dr.) Goens. William (Dr.) Goggins. J. B Goin. Edward H. Gaines. V a l m c e E. Goins. Eddie T. Goins. H. Ranson Goins, N. Walter

Wiley College 531 N. Kelham St. Meharry Med. College 4112-A W. Belle Va. State College Howard University 715 N. Seventh 1212 N. Jackson 6451 Vernon Ave. 202 East Spring St. Va, State College Tuskegee Institute 3516 S. Saratoga St. Talladega College Morehouse College 1523-B Fairview St. 834 N. West 50 Holbrook Fla. A. & M. College 1301 W. Clark St. Scotlandville, La. Box 784 2703 Ashland Ave. Wiley College 313 N. Darlington 5909 Calumet Ave 2018 Clifton Road 401 W. State St. Va. State College 3146 Lake Park Ave. Va. State College 180 Sycamore 1301 W. Clark 1486 N W Sixth Ct. Fisk University Hazelwood Ave. Co. Ed. C, W. Va. State College W. Va. State College 711 Carroll Ave. 439 E. Main St. Wilberforce Universitv 1254 Irving St.. N. E. A. M. & N. College A. M. & N. College 2085 Sutter St. No. 2 Jacob Price Homes 717 Florida Ave., N. W. 203 York St. 842 W. Fifth St. 107 N. 10th St. Lincoln University 1912 W. Chestnut St. 1301 W. Clark 1226 Madison St. 2524 Diamond St. 2524 Diamond St. Lincoln University State Teachers College 617 E. Market St. 15 Jay St. Howard Universitv J. C. Smith University 1500 6th Ave., N. 945 Woodlawn 6114 Loomis Blvd. 3730 S. Cimmeron 1027 85th Ave. 2700 Flora 611 W. 36th St. Lincoln University 893 E. Long St. 3541 South State St. 1318 E. Long St. 3541 'South~Stote~"sfr~~ 140 N. Patterson St. Gill's Grill 303 W. P"th Place Howard University 1211 Pulaski St. Howard University Bel Alcorn H. S. Allen Universitv 629 E. Ninth St. ?31 W. 141st St. 259 Dixwell Ave. Lane College 1266 «8th Ave. 705 Furalta St. 2945 S. Michigan Ave. Howard University Lincoln University T ''!ske<Tee Institute . Va. U"ion University 1351 Walnut St. 3620 Nevada •J12 Bakewell Bldg. J. C. Smith University Lane College Wamoton Institute 62R Madison Ave. 5632 Prairie Ave. 503 E Tenth St. 535 Arden Park 573 Orchard St.

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May, 1947 Alpha Sigma Beta Eta Lambda Chi Epsilon Lambda Beta Gamma Beta Beta Chi Lambda Gamma Omicron Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Beta Gamma Pi Alpha Nu Lambda Sigma Lambda Alpha Beta Alpha Rho Alpha Epsilon Iota Lambda Gamma Lambda Gamma Mu Lambda Tau Beta Iota Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Alpha Alpha Alpha Sigma Rho Theta Tau Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Xi Lambda Nu Lambda Rho Lambda Tau Beta Beta Lambda Alpha Chi Mu Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta Gamma Xi Lambda Zeta Chi Lambda Mu Lambda Gamma Delta Gamma Delta Alpha Epsilon Gen. Org. Gamma Alpha Lambda Alpha Zeta Mu Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda """eta Lambda Rho Beta Zeta Lambda Alpha Lambda Tau Gamma Eta Rho Rho Beta Zeta Lambda Beta Upsilon Chi Lambda Sigma Beta Gamma Mu Omicron Lambda Epsilon Xi Lambda Alpha Delta Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Alpha Epsilon Alpha Sigma Lambda Beta Phi Lambda Alpha Psi Alpha Rho Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha Kappa Lambda XI Lambda Gamma Nu Gamma Kappa Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Pi Lambda Beta Alpha Phi Lambda Gamma Gamma Beta Nu Lambda El .a Zeta Beta Pi Alpha Epsilon Chi Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Alpha Psi Alpha Nu Lambda Gamma Alpha Omicron Lambda Gamma Lambda A'nha Omicron Lambda Alpha Omicron Beta Pi Zeta Lambda Alpha Omicron Lambda Xi Lambda Gamma Thetn Lambda Gamma Lambda Zeta Alpha Mu Gamma Omicron Gamma Xi Lambda Gamma Xi Lambda


May, 1947 Goins, Wm. F. Golden, B. I. Gonzales. Miles Goode, Brunard E. Goode, Malvin R. Goode, Pleasant W., Jr. Goode, Pleasant W., Sr. Gooding, William C. Goodloe, Herbert S. (Dr.) Goodloe, Samuel Goodrich, O'Neal Goodwin, Edgar Goodwin, Fred L. Goosby, W. D. Goosby, Zuretti L. (Dr.) Gordon, Adolph N. V. III. Gordon, Adolphus N., Jr. Gordon, Barefield Gordon, Clifford (MD) Gordon. Edgar G. Gordon, Edwin Gordon, Frank J. Gordon, Leigh W. Gordon, Richard Gordon, Richard E. Gordon, R. N. Gordon, Theodore J. Gordon, Vernon S. Gordon, Walter C. Gore, George W„ Jr. Gore, Paul A. Gorum, Troy Goss, Henry (Dr.) Goudelock. Samuel. Jr. Gourdin. Edward O. Govan, Claude B. Graham. Charles Graham, Clarence Graham, J. A. Graham, J. W. Graham, Milus Granberry, Carl Grandberry, J. M. Grant, Artie Grant, Charles A. Grant, Howard Grant, Maurice A. Grant, Russell L. Grant. Timothy Joel Grant, Walter S. (Dr.) Grantham, Harvey T. Granum, Stanley E. Graves. Artis P. Graves. Clifford L. Graves, David Graves, Edward D. Graves, Isaac Gray, Frank Gray, F. Irving Gray, Grant Gray, James Gray, James W. Gray, Murray ( Dr.) Gray, Robert Gray, Terry C. Gray, Victor (Dr.) Gray, Warren Gray, William H., Jr. Grayson. Alfred D. Greadington, Jesse L. Green, Charles W. Green, Harold J. Green, Howard V. Green, John Green, John E: (Colonel) Green, John E. Green. Theodore Green, Thomas Green, Wendell Greene, A. L. Greene. Charles J. Greene, Earnest A. Greene, J. A. (Dr.) Greene, James Weldon Greene, Ralph Greene, Richard Greene, Robert Greene, Rollin P. Greenidge, R. L. Greenlea. Charles W. Greenwood, H. A. (Att'y) Greenwood, Thomas J. Gregg, Joseph Greggs, N. L. Greggs, Isaac B. Gregory, Clarence K. Gregory, Herman (Dr.) Gregory, Herman E. Gregory, Joseph E. Grider, Joseph Grier, Ephraim Grier, William Griffin, Edward Griffith. Clifton H. Griffin, O. A. Griffin. Pnbert P. Griffin, William E. Griggs, A. C. (Dr.) Griggs. Jesse P. Grigsby, Frederick J. Grigsby. Lee Grimes, Edward G. Grimes, D. J.

THE 3437 McDougall 115 Conger Xavier University Talladega College 224 North Euclid 1354 Davis Ave. 1158 Carolina Ave. 80 Edgecomb Ave. 615 Indiana Ave. 197 Zero St. Lane College 2nd St. YMCA Tenn. State College Tenn. State College 2085 Sutter St. G841 Langley Ave. 6841 Langley Ave. 3560 South Parkway 904 E. 43rd St. 33 Eustis 2763 Bush St. Wilberforce University 6403 Hazlette 5127 Whetsel Ave. 248 W. Lane Ave. 74 Bridge St. Howard University 5348 Michigan Ave. Hampton Institute Tenn. A. & I. State College 2661 Washington St. 318 Patton Ave., N. E. 6 E Garfield Blvd Lincoln University 74 Waumbeck Lockbourne Army Air Base 2020 Oaklawn Ave. 83 E. Palmer, Apt. I 4102 Brush Colored High School 518~¥.~~Third"¥f.~~~ Box 511 700 E. 51st St. 504 Beach St. 2140 Oxford St. 4010 Cook Ave. Lincoln University Wilberforce University 4314 South Parkway 2901 Acton St. 2 Louisburg Square Morris Brown College 9603 Kempton Ave. 2204 Northumberland 3302 Burnet Ave. 524 First St., No. 1240 Race 610 Columbus Ave. Ky. State College 10isfy-~2~"st7 James"~St. 1133 Dayton St. 2608 W. 16th 2018 Broadway 1039 Edmonson Ave. 1721 Bainbridge St. Fla. A. & M. College 527 W. 42nd St. 765 E. Queen St. 304 Griffin St.. N. W. Lincoln University Lincoln University 600 E. Boston 559 Kenmore Ave. Morehouse College Southern University Howard University 1575 E. Santa Barbara Box 961 1048 2nd St., North 3135 South Parkway 843 E. 33rd St. Morris Brown College 326 N. Indiana Ave. WT via. State College"" 1110 Pine St. 4839 Beaubien 71 Little St.. S. E. 5517 Morgan Avenue 1707 Ford Howard University 1109-Gorrel] St. Southern University Knoxville College 9003 Parmelee Morehouse College 140 South 6th St. Meharry Med. College 311 Glen 2615 Quitman St. 3607 Rivard G38 St. Anthony Ave. Fla. A. & M. College 5161 Parrish St. Haines School 282 Jefferson Ave. Meharry Med. College 4060 Woodlawn Ave. 5 Nichols St. 6083 28th St.

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Page 54 Guern, Brunard, Jr. Guess, Richard H. Guinn, Edward W. Guinn, James E., (MD.i Gutherie, George T. Guthrie, Paul ÂŁ . Hackett, Waymon Hafford, William Hailstolk, Frank L. Hainey, Walter L. Hairston, Everett Lee Hairston, Howard Hairston, James C . Jr. Haith, George Haith, W. Filmore Hale, Nathan P. Hale, William H. tDean) Haley, Donald C. Haley, Louis Hall, Albert Hall, Alvin P. Hall, Crispin C. Hall, David K. Hall. Eddie C. Hall, Edward T. Hall, Fred D. Hall, Ira D. Hall, James Hall, James L. Hall, James W. Hall, John B. Hall, John E. Hall, Kermit J. Hall. L. Richard Hall. Leander A., Jr. Hall, Leo, J r . Hall, Leroy Hall, Lloyd A. Hall, Orrington Hall, Peter Hall. Theodore W. Hall. Vernon T. Hall, William Hall, William Hall, William Hambrick, E. R. Hamill, S. A. (Dr.) Hamilton, G. C. Hamilton. Hairy L. Hamilton, Ulard Hamilton, Theron B. Hammond, Henry W. Hammond, Ralph Hammond, William Hammons, Wendell L. Hampton, Albert E. Hampton, Lee Royal Hampton, Morris D. Handy, C. C. Handy, John W. Handy, Joseph Handy, Spencer Handye, James Alfred Haney, Felix Hanger, Saybert C. Hanley, Ralph E. Hanna, Robert H. Hannon, Alvin J. Hannon, Noble Harding, Theodore Hardmond, Robert E. Lee Hardy, Albert B. Hardy, Benjamin E. Hardy, Clifton Hardy, J. Garrick Hardy. James A. Hardy, L. E. (Dr.! Hardy. Wayne Hare, Henry J. Harewood, John Harewood, Richard A. Hargrove, S. L.. Jr. Harlan. John C. ICapt.) Harmon, Walter Harney, Edgar P. Harper, James H. Harper, Paul L. Harper, Richard H. Harrell, Alfred Harrington, Charles E. Harrington. R. Harris, Albert B. Harris, Aubrey (Dr.) Harris, Benjamin Watkins Harris, Chester E. Harris, Cleveland Harris, Conrad Louis Harris, Donald Savoy Harris. Ed. R. Harris. Frances H. Harris, George W. Harris, James O. Harris, Joel C. Harris, John Harris, Laverne Harris, M. Lafayette (Dr.) Harris, Marshall Harris, Meade C. Harris, Nathaniel Harris, Newton T. (Dr. I Harris, Norman W. Harris, Odell G. Harris. Ralph D.

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,11 1-2 E. Ninth St. 2ol N. 26th St. 2'1-i E. Fourth St. isiU W. Walnut St. 642 Maple Court ao2 W. 152nd St. 400 Pine St. 123 1-2 North Greenwood 323 Junilla St. 2a2 Gates Ave. A. and T. College A. and T. College â&#x20AC;&#x17E;417 Greenwood Ave. 6033 South Rhodes 13U1 W. Clark 23U E. Boston Lincoln University 473 Parkwood Ave. 0B9 Third Ave. Talladega College 3756 Hayes St., N. E. Virginia State College State Teachers College 1530 N. E., 9th St. Wiley College Freedmens Hospital 558 E. 47th St. State Teachers College Victor Vaughn House 953 N. 48th St. 6433 First Ave., S. 804 Selma St. Xavier University 1009 Cameron Ave. 420 E. 65th St. University of Pittsburgh Pershing Hotel 2224 N. Peoria St. 5043 Champlain Lincoln University S20 W. Chestnut St. Howard University 514 Beale Ave. 2335 Oxford St. Langston University Summit Park, Rt. 3. 300 South Marion 527 Fifth Avenue 3207 South Parkway 465 Woodland Ave. Lincoln University Morehouse College 1731 Van Buren St. Fla. A. & M. College 2029 W. 29th St. 1267 Atcheson St. 603 E. Cabarrus St. 6112 S. Langley St. 9324 South Park Morehouse College 2118 E. 90th 1915 N. 28th St. 631 W. 29th St. Lincoln University Talladega College Va. State College 1717 Greenwood Ave. 228 W. 138th St. 2256 E. 98th St. Lane College 2814 Twelfth St.. N. E. State Teachers College 530 Kenilworth St. 1404 W. 3rd St. 75 St. Nicholas PI. State College 51 Leroy St. 606 E. Oak wood Blvd. Langston University 1234 N. North C. Ave. 2510 E. Davison 3410 Allen St. 333 Preston St. Tillotson College Allen University Langston University Southern Br. P. O. 2601 Q Street 2223 Conti St. 914 Morris St. Box 305 A. & M. College 300 Ninth St. Box 1024 1409 Texas Dorm. 3, Pollock Circ. 2128 Christian St. 2305 Denison Morris Brown College Lincoln University 3405 Ave. F., Apt 3 Va. State College Langston University Philander Smith College 207 Jones St. 9301 Forest Ave. 701 St. Nicholas Ave. Howard University 907 Wilcox St. State Teachers College

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May, 1947 Alpha Beta Beta Beta Tau Lambda Beta Tau Lambda Beta Iota Lambda Alpha Beta Lambda Alpha Lambda Psi Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Psi Lambda Alpha Tau Lambda Alpha Omicron Lambda Gamma Iota Lambda Beta Epsilon Beta Epsilon Alpha Lambda Beta Delta Lambda Tau Alpha Upsilon Nu Alpha Rho Lambda Beta Pi Lambda Alpha Beta Mu Lambda Beta Gamma Alpha Upsilon Lambda Beta Eta Lambda Alpha Sigma Mu Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Upsilon Epsilon Psi Omicron Lambda Beta Omicron Lambda Beta Tau Alpha Pi Lambda Xi Lambda Omicron Xi Lambda Alpha Tau Lambda Beta Xi Nu Alpha Lambda Beta Alpha Delta Lambda Rho Beta Eta Lambda Gamma Epsilon Beta Eta Alphma Omicron Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Nu Alpha Rho Eta Beta Nu Gamma Xi Alpha Rho Lambda Phi Lambda Theta Theta Alpha Rho Pi Beta Xi Lambda Iota Lambda Nu Alpha Beta Beta Gamma Alpha Mu Eta Alpha Delta Beta Pi Mu Lambda Alpha Upsilon Lambda Xi Rho Eta Beta Delta Theta Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Kappa Gen. Org. Gamma Lambda Sigma Lambda Alpha Mu Lambda Delta Gamma Gamma Beta Kappa Beta Iota Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda Beta Phi Alpha Iota Lambda Beta Epsilon Alpha Omicron Lambda Gamma Delta Lambda Gamma Delta Gamma Nu Psi Beta Chi Lambda Iota Nu Gen. Org. Beta Gamma Beta Kappa Pi Lambda Alpha Zeta Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Phi Lambda Eta Beta Nu Lambda Beta Upsilon


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May, 1947 Harris, Roscoe Harris, S. F. (Dr.) Harris, Scott E. Harris, Theodore R. Harris, Thomas A. Harris, Tollie W. Harris. Vernon Harris, W. A. (Dr.) Harris, Walter Harris, William Harris, William H. Harris, William Percival Harrison. G. Lamor (Dr.) Harrison, I. Harrison, Robert H. Harrison, William E. Hart. Judson D. Hart, Oliver, Jr. Hart, William S. Hartsfield. Arnett Hartshorn, H. Hadley Harvey, B. T. Harvey, George W. Harvey. John A. Harvey. Martin L. Harvey, Thomas W. Haston, A. C. Hatcher, Raymond O. Hatchett, Frederick A. Hatchett, Paul L. Hatter, Howard S. Hauser, Prather J. Hawkins, A. L. (Dr.) Hawkins. Andrew H. Hawkins, Edmond H. Hawkins. Grant Hawkins, Gregory (Att'y) Hawkins. Leland S. (Atty'l Hawkins. Melvin L. Hawkins, R. J. Hawkins. Robert Hawkins, W. D., Jr. Hawkins, William . Hawkins, Warren E. Haydel, Clarence C. Haydel, Whitney M. Hayden, James Hayes, Brownley Hayes, Charles B. Hayes George W Hayman, Lorenzo Snowden Haynes, J. W. Hayes, James Hayes, Luroy Hayes, Taylor Hayes, Thomas H. Hayes, Virgil C. Haygood, Clephuas H. Hayne, Frank G. Havnes. Clarence Haynes, Lonnie U. Haynes, M. G. Haynie, James Haywood, William Hazelwood, Harry D. Headen, Leon W. (Dr.) Headley. Eric W. Hearns, Floyd, Jr. Herbert. Maurice R. Herbert, Stanley P. Herbert, William E. Hedrick, Everett Milton Height, William Helm, Napoleon Henderson. D. Rudolph, Jr. Henderson, Edward Henderson. Herbert, (Dr.) Henderson. J. L. Henderson. Jacob R. Henderson, John Henderson. Langston Monroe Henderson. Leonard P. Henderson. Maurice Henderson, N. A. Henderson. Otis Jewel Henderson. T. H. Henderson Talmadge C. Henderson, Tillman Henderson. W. G. D. Henderson, W. H. (Dr.) Henderson. Welton H. Hendricks. J. S. Heningburg, Alphonse (Dr.) Henry, Baldwin P. Henry, Charles (Dr.) Henry, Clarence G. Henry, Douglass F. Henry, Fred Henry, George I. Henry, James Thurman Henry, Jethro Henry. Milton Henry. Robert. Jr. Henrv, Robert (Dr.) Henry, Verner V. Henson, Robert D. Herbert, James B. Hernandez. Kenneth Herndon. Francis W. Heslip, Emmit O. Hester, John H. Hevward. Samuel A. HIbler, Julius

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Page 56 H i c k m a n , J o h n H. H i c k m a n , P a u l E. Hicks, F r a n k H i c k s , G e o r g e W. ( A t t ' y ) Hicks, Josepnus Hicks, Vernett Eugene H i c k s , Wesley H i g g i n b o t h a m , P . R. Higgins, C l a r e n c e Higgins, J u l i u s E. Hill, B e n . H. Hill, C l a i b o r n e C. Hill, G e o r g e F o r r i s Hill. H . E. Hill, H e r m a n H. Hill. J . O. Hill, L e a n d e r Hill, Maceo Hill, M i l t o n Hill, R i c h a r d , J r . Hill, R i c h a r d T. Hill. William H. Hill, Willie Hilliard. J. K. Hills, J. S e t h (Dr.) Hines, C h a r l e s H i n e s . J a c k R. Hines, J o s e p h Hines, M a t t h e w M a r c u s Hines. Walter Hinton. George P. Hoague, Theopolis Hobson, H o r a c e Hobson, R i c h a r d H o d g e , J o h n A. Hodges, Chester H o d g e s , H . L. H o d g e s , H a r r y M. Hogan, E m m e t A. H o g a n . Leslie H o g g a r d , D e n n i e W.. J r . H o g u e , O. T. Hoiston, G. B e r t (Dr.) Holbert, Henry Holbert, Kenneth H o l c o m b . W i l b e r t M. Holland, A a r o n V. (Dr.) H o l l a n d . Allen H o l l a n d , C u r t i s V. H o l l a n d , H e r m a n I. H o l l a n d , L e w i s R. Holland, Russell Holland, Walter B. Holley, J o s e p h W. Holliday, J e s s e L. Hollier, W a r r e n Hollins. W i l b u r H. Hollis, C o r n e l i u s Hollis. G e o r g e Holloway, G. D . H o l l o w a y , H. M. Holman, Joel P. H o l m e s , Alfred H o l m e s , B o o k e r T. Holmes, Ferdinand J. H o l m e s , J. Welfred (Dr.) H o l m e s , J a c o b A. Holmes, J a m e s H. Holmes, Robert H o l m e s , T a l l e y R. Holt, B e n Holt, J a m e s S t o k e s Holt. William H. H o n e s t y , L e o n a r d C. (Dr.) H o o p e r , H a r o l d H. H o o p e r , M. J e t h r o H o o v e r , E d w a r d H. Hope. J o h n II. Hopkins. Henry Earls H o p k i n s , J o h n O.. J r . H o p s o n , J a m e s O. Hopson, R. L. H o p s o n , William S. (Rev.) H o r n e r , T h o m a s L. Horton, Clarence P. H o u s e , C. C. H o u s t o n , A l e x P. H o u s t o n , W a l t e r S. H o w a r d , A n d r e w . III. H o w a r d , Cecil W. Howard, Charles P. Howard, Charlie Howard, Chester B. H o w a r d , E d w a r d W. Howard, Horace H o w a r d , J o h n A. H o w a r d , J o h n W. H o w a r d . J o s e p h H., J r . Howard. Lawrence H o w a r d , Melvin H o w a r d , P e r c y G. Howard, Robert H o w a r d , Roscoe C. H o w a r d . William B . H o w e , S t e p h e n E. Howell, C. A . Howell. David N. Howell, J o h n Howell, Maurice H o w e l l , M a u r i c e O. Howell, Samuel H o w e l l , William H o w e l l . William S.

THE 766 St. A n t h o n y A v e . 1UJ8 K 42nd P l a c e 812 L e x i n g t o n St. 480 C o n v e n t A v e . 4120 C e d a r A v e . Wiley College 77 S y c a m o r e St. 922 B l a n d St. Fisk University T e n n . S t a t e College 915 D e n i s o n St. 888 St. A n t n o n y A v e . Wilberlorce University Piedmont Pharmacy 1020 M a p o l e A v e . B o x 333 T u s k e g e e I n s t . 901 W. 25th St. 1441 H i l d r e t h 2123 F e n d a l l A v e . 10 N o r t h C l a r k St. 2627 N . Capitol Wilberlorce University 1309 Hilton K n o x v i l l e College. 630 P e a r l St. S a m u e l H o u s t o n College T e x a s College 50 E. 91st St. 3319 Milton C o u r t 7068 M i c h i g a n 6044 St. L a w r e n c e A v e . 685 E. C h a r l o t t e Cts 740 L a n g d o n A v e . 339~Greeley 3845 W i n d s o r P l a c e Route Two 808 F o n d u l a c 646 F e r n St. 2233 E. 78th St. D o r m 3 P o l l o c k Circ. 217 C h e s t n u t St. 584 Mt. V e r n o n A v e . T e n n . S t a t e College 2409 F r a n k l i n St. S t a t e College 93 H i l a n d A v e . 12020 N a g l e C l a r k College 3910 D i a m o n d T e n n . A. & 1. S t a t e College 364 J e f f e r s o n A v e . 357 William St. R o u t e 1, B o x 270 628 W a t t St. 1830 1-2 W. 36th St. 1021 F o u r t h St., N . Howard University 932 B l a n k e s t . " 932 B l a n k St. 6201 L a n g l e y A v e n u e S t a t e A. & M. College M e h a r r y Med. College T e n n . S t a t e College M o r g a n S t a t e College Wilberforce University 1404 O r a n g e 1529 S t a u r t St. 216 D e l a w a r e A v e . Howard University Wilberforce University 733 S a x t o n St. 141 N . College St. A. & T. College N. C. College S a m u e l H o u s t o n College 1609 M e h a r r y Blvd. T e x a s College 201 E. T e n t h St. 586 Oak wood St. L i v i n g s t o n College 833 I n d i a n a A v e . 317 W. 39th St. 2824~14th~~S~f.rN7Er~~ L a n e College 2813 G i l b e r t A v e . 4401 W e s t St. Wilberforce University 515 M u l b e r r y St. 1606 B r o a d w a y 2140 Oxford St. 932 Tea St.. N . W. Fisk U n i v e r s i t y 51 E. 11th A v e . 507 C o l u m b i a Road. N . W 126 W. J e f f e r s o n St. 1136 W. 14th St. 1215 A v e n u e K. Va. S t a t e College 3 Walker Road 8902 K e m p t o n A v e . 244 A r d e n P a r k 306 S u r r y R o a d 2614 Olive A v e . 2207 Elliot A v e . 2207 Elliot A v e . 614 Second A v e . 144 S o u t h P e c a n St. 1098 W y l i e A v e .

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May, 1947 G a m m a Xi L a m b d a Beta Psi Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Eta Pi Alpha Sigma Rho L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Chi Beta Omicron B e t a Epsllon L a m b d a Gamma Xi Lambda Xi u a m m a Gamma Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Alpha Pi Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda Xi Lambda lota Lambda Xi G a m m a Delta A l p h a Mu L a m b d a Beta Delta Lambda Gamma Eta Lambda Gamma Alpha Theta Alpha Alpha Gamma Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Beta Lambda G a m m a Epsilon Alpha Iota Lambda Beta Lambda Alpha Eta A l p h a Mu L a m b d a Beta Chi L a m b d a Alpha Tau Pi Gamma Nu Alpha Mu Lambdo Alpha Rho Lambda Beta Omicron Alpha Iota Beta Delta Alpha Omicron Lambda Gamma Lambda Eta Lambda Alpha Sigma L a m b d a Tau Lambda Rho Lambda Rho Lambda Gamma Omicron Lambda A l p h a Zeta Alpha Delta Omicron Lambda Beta A l p h a Delta L a m b d a Tau Lambda Tau Lambda Xi L a m b d a B e t a Delta Chi Beta Omicron Delta Lambda Xi Gamma Kappa Lambda A l p h a Epsilon Alpha Beta Xi A l p h a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Lambda B e t a Epsilon G a m m a Beta B e t a Zeta Tau Lambda G a m m a Alpha Gamma Theta Lambda Alpha Omicron Lambda G a m m a Mu A l p h a Xi L a m b d a Iota L a m b d a Epsilon L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Beta Pi Alpha Alpha A l p h a Epsilon Xi Alpha Nu Gamma Rho Lambda A l p h a Epsilon Mu L a m b d a A l p h a Chi Alpha Rho Lambda Mu Lambda Xi L a m b d a Alpha Nu A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Sigma L a m b d a Nu Lambda Zeta L a m b d a Pi Gamma Lambda Alpha Mu Lambda Beta Lambda Mu Mu B e t a Delta L a m b d a Alpha Delta Alpha Omicron Lambda


May, 1947 H o w l e t t e . Clifford B . H o x t e r , A u b r e y L. Hoxter, Aubrey Lee, Jr. H u b b a r d . C h a r l e s E., Sr. H u b b a r d , C h r i s t o p h e r C. H u b b a r d , L. L. (Dr.) H u b b a r d , P a u l W. H u b e r t , W. P . H u d d l e , D o n a l d A. H u d s o n , Edsel Hudson, J. B . Hudson, J a m e s H u d s o n , J o e A. Hudson, John H u d s o n , Melvin Lincoln H u d s o n , S a m u e l W. Hudson. Troy H u e s t o n , W. C. Huff, F l e m m i n g Huff. F l e m m i n g S. H u g e r . J a m e s K. H u g h e s . E. A. (Rev.) H u g h e s , F r e d A. H u g h e s , G e r a l d E. Hughes, G r a h a m Hughes, Julius H. Hughes, Morris H u g h e s , R e g i o n a l d H. H u g h e s . W. A. C. ( A t t ' v ) H u g h e s W. S. Hull, G e o r g e Hull, H. H a n n i b a l H u n t , B . T. H u n t , C. L. H u n t , J. L. H u n t e r , E. G. H u n t e r , Earl W. H u n t e r , E u g e n e W. H u n t e r , G e o r g e W. Hunter, Hanson F. H u n t e r , J o h n If H u r s t , William H.. J r . Huston, Richard H u t c h i n g s , F r a n k J. H u t c h i n g s . William Hynes, Chester H y r a m . G e o r g e H. Ifill, P e r c y I m e s , G. L a k e I n g r a m , C h a r l e s D. I n g r a h a m , H. D. (Dr.) Ingram. Harold Barnes Ingram, John Caperious I n g r a m , T h o m a s L. Irons, Edward Irvin, Howard Isaac, J. B . St. Felix Ish, G. W. S., J r . Ish. J. G . J r . Issaacs, L l o y d Jackson, Alexander n.. Jr. J a c k s o n , A l e x a n d e r L. Jackson, Aubrev J a c k s o n , B. L. Jackson, Blyden J a c k s o n , C. A. (Dr.) J a c k s o n , C. A r t h u r J a c k s o n , E. J a c k s o n , E d w a r d W. Jackson. Elmer Jackson, Foster B. J a c k s o n , F r e d e r i c A. (Dr.) J a c k s o n , H. Colson J a c k s o n . H o r a c e G. J a c k s o n . I s a a c H. J a c k s o n , J a m e s A. J a c k s o n . J a m e s W. J a c k s o n , J o h n E. Jackson, Joseph Jackson, Joseph Jackson, Kenneth Jackson, Leonard J a c k s o n . L e r o y H. Jackson, Levi * J a c k s o n , M o r r i s A. J a c k s o n , Nelson C. J a c k s o n , O. E. Jackson. Paul J a c k s o n , P e r r y B. Jackson, Reginald J a c k s o n , Reid S. J a c k s o n . Silas J. J a c k s o n . T h o m a s C. J a c k s o n . Wallace Van Jacobs, Plummev Jacox, Robert F. J a m e s . A r c h i e C. J a m e s . E. L. J a m e s , E. L. James, Edward Lawrence. Jr. J a m e s . Elisha J a m e s . L e w i s A, J a m e s . J o h n J. J a m e s . L. H. J a m e s . R a l p h A. J a m i e s o n . B r a d f o r d R. J a m i s o n , F r a n c i s (Dr.) J a n i f e r , C l a r e n c e S.. J r . J a n i f e r , C l a r e n c e S., Sr. J a s o n . H o w a r d M. Jason. Roy L. J e f f e r s o n . Billy B . J e f f e r s o n , D o n a l d C.

THE P h e n i x H i g h School iujU N . Ohio A v e . Wuberforce University 3525 Carlisle St. 8u6 W. J o h n s o n 1347 W m . H o w a r d T a r t Rd. J<ijf M. L a n s i n g St. 919 W. S7th St. University o i P i t t s b u r g h Howard University A p t . 15, College Ct. Fia. A . & M. College 5211 K e a t i n g fi.sk U n i v e r s i t y M o r e h o u s e College 3703 L a l a y e t t e P I . 4805 C h a m p l a i n A v e . 1915 14th St., N . W. 411f7~AveT~irApt: 3 ' " " 1027 2nd Ave., S o u t h 338 Q u i n d a r o " ~ Fla. A. & M. College S t a t e College Langston University 2U-16 Blvd. P l a c e Lincoln P a r k 2547 McCulluh A v e . S a m u e l H u s t o n College 1342 Lincoln A v e . 1378 B u r d e t t A v e . 715 S o u t h L a u d e r d a l e 126 E. H a r g e t t St. S o u t h e r n B r . P . O. Howard University 4068 W a s h i n g t o n B l v d 174 W. Q u e e n St. Hampton Institute 5206 25th St. 4221 E. F i n n e y A v e . 1164 Pacific St. 218 Mitchell St. 518 N e w St. Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y A. M. & N . College 4432 N . M a r k e t St. 802 E. 165th St. 1940 D r u i d Hill A v e . 2503 Millwood A v e . 917 W. Sixth St. M o r e h o u s e College A. M. & N . College 854 T h i r d A v e . Wilberforce University Virginia Union U n i v e r s i t y 2078 W. 29th P l a c e C e n t u r y Bldg. 3712 s . P a r k w a y 2809 W i n b u r n St. 32 E d w a r d s St. 5535 S. W a b a s h A v e . Bluefield S t a l e College Tuskegec Institute Fisk u n i v e t 2439 W a s h i n g t o n St. 400 C o n v e n t A v e . â&#x20AC;˘ 268 Eliot Howard University 5 14 E v e r e t t 4847 V i n c e n n e s A v e . M o r g a n S t a t e College Va. S t a t e College L a n e College 4761 F o r r e s t v i l l e A v e . T e n n . A. & I. S t a t e College 621 H a r v a r d St., N . W. 850 M e a d St. 85 M o r r i s St. 41-15 V e r n o n Blvd. 304 S. B e r t r a n d ' " 157 W i n s o n St. 85 R o c k G r e e d R o a d 2019 C o m m e r c e St. 177 A s h b y St.. N . W. A. M. & N . College 110 E. H a i n e s St. 134 I f To9~th ~S t.' ~ ~ Wilberforce University Hampton Institute 3510 St. E m a n u e l 600 B e c k w i t h St.. S. W. 941 W. 25th St. L a n e College 4012 Clinton A v e . 320 B r o a d St. 8 0 4 ' S e v e n t h St. Stwte T e a c h e r s College 603 S. Capitol St. 58 E. 60th St. 1600 J o n e s St. Fla. A. & M. College 262 D i x w e l l A v e . 1514 W. S i x t h St. 208 P a r k e r St. 208 P a r k e r St. K y . S t a t e College Lincoln University Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y 6358 F r a n k s t o w n A v e .

SPHINX H a m p t o n , Va. A t l a n t i c City, N . J . Wilberforce, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Sedelia, M o . C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio T u l s a 6, Okla. Savannah, Ga. Pittsburgh, Pa. W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. Louisviiie. K y . Tallahassee. Fla. Dallas. T e x a s Nashville. Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Dallas. T e x a s Chicago, 111. W a s h i n g t o n 9, D. C. Galveston, Texas Galveston, Texas Tampa, Fla. C l e v e l a n d , Ohio K a n s a s City, K a n s a s Tallahassee, Fla. F o r t Valley, Ga, L a n g s t o n , Okla. Indianapolis. Ind. Norfolk, Va. B a l t i m o r e , Md. Austin, Texas C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio Memphis. Tenn. Raleigh, N . C. B a t o n R o u g e . La. W a s h i n g t o n . D . C. St. L o u i s . Mo. H a m p t o n , Va. H a m p t o n , Va. D e t r o i t , Mich. St. L o u i s . Mo. B r o o k l y n . N . Y. T o l e d o 8, Ohio Macon, G a . Pennsylvania P i n e Bluff. A r k . St. Louis, Mo. B r o n x , N . Y. B a l t i m o r e , Md. C o l u m b i a . S. C. S a n B e r n a r d i n a , Calif. Atlanta, Ga. P i n e Bluff. A r k . Macon, Ga. W i l b e r f o r c e . Ohio R i c h m o n d , Va. Los A n g e l e s . Calif. L i t t l e Rock, A r k . Chicago. 111. Houston, Texas Hamden, Conn. Chicago. 111. Bluefield. Va. Alabama Nashville. Tenn. C h a r l e s t o n , W. v . N e w Y o r k City, N. Y. D e t r o i t 1. Mich. W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. K a n s a s City, K a n s a s Chicago, 111. B a l t i m o r e , Md. P e t e r s b u r g . Va. Jackson. Tenn. Chicago, 111. Nashville, Tenn. W a s h i n g t o n 1. D C O a k l a n d . Calif. C h a r l e s t o n . S. C. L o n g Island City, N . Y. C o l u m b u s , Ohio Knoxville. Tenn. C a m b r i d g e . Mass. W. Hills. N e w H a v e n , C o n n . L i t t l e Rock. A r k . A t l a n t a , Ga. P i n e Blufr. A r k P h i l a d e l p h i a 44. P a . Cleveland. Ohio N e w Y o r k Citv W i l b e r f o r c e . Ohio H a m p t o n , Va. Houston, Texas A t l a n t a . Ga. Indianapolis. Ind. Jackson, Tenn. Minneapolis. Minn. Concord. N . C. I n s t i t u t e . W. Va. C h a r l e s t o n . W. Va. M o n t g o m e r y . Ala. I o w a City. Iowa Chicago. 111. Ft. Worth. Texas Tallahassee. Fla. N e w H a v e n . Conn. W i l m i n g t o n , Del. Newark, N. J. Newark, N. J. Frankfort. Ky. J e f f e r s o n City, M o . J e f f e r s o n City. Mo. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Page 57 Zeta L a m b d a Aipna Theta Lambda Xi Rho B e t a Zeta L a m b d a Alpha Alpha Alpha Tau Lambda Beta Phi Lambda Omicron Beta Alpha Lambda G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Sigma Lambda A l p h a Chi Alpha Rho A l p h a Sigma L a m b d a Xi Lambda Mu L a m b d a G e n . Org. Gamma Pi Lambda G a m m a Zeta L a m b d a Pi Epsilon L a m b d a Beta N u G a m m a Zeta Beta Eta Lambda Iota L a m b d a Alpha Phi Lambda Delta, L a m b d a Gamma Eta Lambda Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Delta Lambda Phi Lambda Beta I o t a L a m b d a Beta Alpha Eta Zeta L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon Epsilon L a m b d a Eta A l p h a Xi L a m b d a Gen. Org Nu Pi L a m b d a Alpha Eta Eta Delta L a m b d a A l p h a Psi L a m b d a B e t a Psi L a m b d a Alpha Rho G a m m a Delta Alpha Omicron Gamma Beta Psi Lambda Pi Lambda Xi L a m b d a Alpha Eta Lambda Zeta Xi Lambda Beta Theta Alpha Nu Lambda Tau Lambda A l p h a Iota L a m b d a Alpha Gamma Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta Beta Lambda Xi L a m b d a Delta Lambda Nu Lambda Beta Pi Alpha Mu Tau Lambda Mu L a m b d a A l p h a Epsilon Beta K a p p a L a m b d a Eta Kappa A l p h a Mu L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Zeta G a m m a Mu Eta Lambda Pi Lambda Psi Pi Eta Chi L a m b d a G a m m a Iota A l p h a Eta L a m b d a Eta L a m b d a Iota L a m b d a Beta Pi G a m m a Xi L a m b d a B e t a Nu L a m b d a A l p h a Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Alpha Theta Xi L a m b d a Beta Tau Lambda Beta Nu Zeta Gamma Theta Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Gamma Beta L a m b d a Alpha Psi A l p h a Psi Alpha Omicron Lambda


Page 58 Jefferson, James W. Jeffress, James A. Jeffries, Irving Jeffries, Jasper B. Jeffries, Lyman B. Jemison, D. V> (Dr.) Jenkins, Carl C. Jenkins, Edward D. Jenkins, Edward M. Jenkins, P. W. Jenkins, Sidney Jenkins, Solomon M. Jenkins, Warren Jennings, Emery H. Jennings, Zachariah Jernagen, William C. Jerrick, Walter F. (Dr.) Jeter, Clifton Bunyon Jewell, Leonard R. Jewell, Leonard R., Jr. Johnson, A. H. Johnson. Albert P. (DDSl Johnson, Andred, Sr. Johnson, Andrew S. Johnson. Bill Johnson, Burrell K. (Dr.) Johnson, C. P. Johnson, Carl J. Johnson, Carl T. Johnson, Charles E„ Jr. Johnson, Charles H. Johnson, Charles S. Johnson. Cleveland Johnson, Clifford Johnson, Cornell A. Johnson, D. Tall Johnson. Darius Johnson, David P. „ J , Johnson. Edward C. (Major) Johnson, Edward F Johnson, Elgy Johnson, Everett A. Johnson. Francis G. Johnson, Fred Johnson, George L. Johnson, Glenn T. Johnson, H. N. Johnson, H. Carlyle Johnson, Harold E. Johnson, Henry T. S. Johnson. Herman A. Johnson, James Roy Johnson, John Jr. Johnson, John W. Johnson, John W. Johnson, Joseph A. Johnson. Joseph L. Johnson, Kenneth (Capt.i Johnson, Kenneth (Dr.) Johnson, Lawrence (Dr.) Johnson, Leon Johnson. Logan Allen Johnson. Luther. Jr. Johnson, Lyman T. Johnson. Marion S. (Dr. I Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Max W. Johnson, Miller Johnson, Milton Johnson, Nathaniel C. Johnson, O. A. Johnson. Phillip T. Johnson, R. T. Johnson, Reginald Johnson. Richard Johnson. Richard Johnson. Rogerlene Johnson. S. Calvin Johnson, Sam (Dr.) Johnson. Thomas Walter Johnson, Thurman Johnson, Timothy. Jr. Johnson, W. Johnson. W. E. Johnson. W H. M. Johnson. Walter W. Johnson, William Johnson. William (Dr.) Johnson, William D. Johnson. William E. Johnson, William P. Johnson, William P. Johnson. William W. Johnson. Winfield F. Johnston, James H. Jollivette, Cyrus (Dr.) Johnston. William E.. Jr. Jones, Aaron B. Jones. Albert Jones, Arthur M. Jones. Ben Jones. Billy Jones. C. H. Jones. C. W. Jones. Charles H. Jones. Chauncey D. Jones, Claybon F. Jones. Clifton (Dr.) Jones. David D. (Dr.) Jones. E. C. Jones. Edward A.. Jr. Jones, Edward C . Jr. Jones. Edward F. (DDS)

THE Route 2 1824 Paseo Va. State College A. & T. College 831 47th Place. So. Box 356 Wilberforce University 920 3rd St.. North Howard University Camp Stoneman 1803 W. Berks St. Pilgrim Life Ins. Co. 2506 E. Lake Ave. 906 Market St. Howard University Lane College J843 Christian St. Baldwin Building 3646 Giles Ave. 3646 Giles Ave. 576 Chalmers 216 W. State St. 505 Popfar St. 382 North Avon 416 Main St. 1173 Hargrave 1320 E. 57th St. 334 Quincy St. Mohehouse College Wilberforce University Fisk University Lane College 1207 N. Iroquois St. 2310 Stark St. 300 Pulaski St. 522 Fisher St. Fla. A. & M. College A. and T. College 1918 Peninston St. 700 Sixth St.. N. E. 641 E. 49th St. 1912 Henderson St. 171 N. W. 11th St. 1336 W. Street, N. W. 663 E. Groveland Park 1588 48th St. 9046 Brush, Apt. 321 P O. Box 129 1340 Eighth St. 1287 North 6th St. Langston University Lane College 6018 St. Lawrence Ave. A. & T. College 305 Decatur St. 1830 Sixteenth St.. N. W. P. O. Box 129 171 N. W. Eleventh St. 1193 W. 36th PI. 5916 John R. Wilberforce University 90 South Howard St. 2627 W. Madison St. 1432 Twiggs St. 65 E. 43rd St. 1510 Fifth Avenue Texas College 1301 W. Clark St. 426 N. Blackford St. 1742 Sixth St.. N. W. Masonic Temple 1133 Broadway 719 Lincoln Park Drive A. and T. College A. M. & N. College 333 Eagle St.. (East) 171 N. W.. Eleventh St. Howard University Texas College Wiley College 1723 High St. Wilberforce University 5014 Cecil Talladega College 1335 Burdett Ave. Apt. 91, College Ct. 3027 Acton St. 76 E. 11th Ave. Va. State College 2506 N. E. 15th St. 441 Orchard St. Va. State College 1494 N. W. 5th Place 564 Macon St. J. C. Smith University 1342 E. 18th St. 702 E. 51st St. 345 Parkway East 4432 S. Parkway 916 Thirty-first St. 719 Hague Virginia Union University 5659 S. State St. 1301 W. Clark Morgan State College Bennett College Sprangdle Rd. Morehouse College 38 S. Washington St. 409 Edgecombe Ave.

May, 1947

SPHINX Corryton, Term. Kansas City, Mo. Petersburg, Va. Greensboro, N. C. Birmingham, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Wilberforce, Ohio Birmingham, Ala. Washington. D. C. California Philadelphia 21, Pa. Augusta, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Muskogee, Okla. Washington, D. C. Jackson, Tenn. Philadelphia, Pa. Martinsville, Va. Chicago, 111. Chicago 15, 111. Detroit, 15. Mich. Ithaca. N. Y. Youngstown. Ohio Cincinnati. Ohio St. Paul, Minn. Johnstown. Pa. Austin. Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Brooklyn 16, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. Wilberforce, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Jackson, Tenn. Tulsa 6. Okla. Columbia, S. C. Bluefield. W. Va. Fayetteville, N. C. Tallahassee, Fla. Greensboro, N. C. New Orleans, La. Washington. D. C. Chicago, 111. Columbia, S. C. Miami, Fla. Washington, D. C. Chicago 37. 111. Newport News. Va. Detroit, Mich. Xenia, Ohio Oakland, Calif. Columbus 1, Ohio Langston, Okla. Jackson, Tenn. Chicago, 111. Greensboro. N. C. Brooklyn. N. Y. Washington 9, D. C. Xenia. Ohio Miami. Fla. Los Angeles 7, Calif. Detroit, Mich. Wilberforce, Ohiu Akron 8, Ohio Louisville, Ky. Augusta, Ga. Welch. West Va. Chicago, 111. St. Petersburg. Fla. Tyler, Texas. Urbana, 111. Indianapolis, Ind. Washington 1, D. C. Little Rock, Ark. New York City Cincinnati. Ohio Greensboro, N. C. Pine Bluff. Ark. Buffalo, N. Y. Miami, Fla. Washington. D. C. Tyler, Texas Marshall, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Wilberforce. Ohio Detroit 10. Mich. Covington. Va. Talladega. Ala. Cincinnati. Ohio Louisville. Ky. Berkeley. Calif.. Columbus. Ohio Petersburg. Va. Oklahoma City. Okla New Haven, Conn. Petersburg. Va. Miami 36. Florida Brooklyn, N. Y. Charlotte. N. C. Los Angeles 21. Calif. Chicago. 111. Memphis, Tenn. Chicago, 111. Newport News. Va. Detroit 2. Mich. Richmond, Va. Chicago, 111. Urbana, 111. Baltimore, Md. Greensboro. N. C. Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Sumter, S. C. New York City

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May, 1947 Jones, Elmo E. Jones, Emmett Jones, Frank X. Jones, Franklin S., Jr. Jones, Fred Jones, Floyd A. Jones, G. Maceo Jones, Guy L. Jones, H. E. (DDS) Jones, H. Smith Jones, Harold Jones, Harold B. Jones, Harold R. Jones, Harry Jones, Harry I. Jones, Herbert W. Jones. J. H. N. (Dr.) Jones, James L. Jones, James L. Jones, James Randall Jones, Jesse Jones John A. Jr. Jones, John W. Jones, Johnny L. Jones, Joseph L. Jones, Joseph A. Jones, Judge I. Jones, Kenneth L. Jones, L. V. Jones, Laurence C. Jones, Major E. Jones, Marcellus Jones, Melvin V. Jones, Paul Jones, Plato W.. Jr Jones. Richard Jones, Robert Jones, Robert E. Jones. Samuel Jones, Selle Chester Jones. Shad Jones, Sidney A. Jones. Silas P. Jones, T. W. Jones. Ulysses Jones, W. Richard Jones, W. W. Jones, Waldo E. Jones, Walter Jones, William F. Jones, William H. Jones, William H. Jones, William M Jones, William P. Jones, William V. Jones, Willie O. Jones Willis F. Jordan, Alexander B Jordan, Frederick D. •Jordan. J. V. (Dr.) Jordan, J. Wilbur Jordan, James Jordan, Jefferson Jordan, L. C. Jordan, L. V. Jordan, Lionel Jordan, Peter T. Jordan, Walter E. Joseph, Antoine Joseph. Earl Joseph, Herbert Joshua. James P. Joyce, Harry L. Joyner. Grogan Joyner, Louis B. Julian, John H. Jupiter, Clarence Jupiter, Clyde P. Justice, James C. Justin, Clummer (MD) Kagwa, Ben H. Kean, Daniel Gardner Kelley, Elmer Kelley, John O'Kelley, Roger Kelley, Thomas E. Kelley, Ermis Kelly, George B. Kelly. John Devine Kemp. Edmond Thomas Kemp. Irvin Oliver Kennard, Massie Kennedy, Audrey Kennedy. Bertram L. Kennedy. Hale W. Kennedy. James S. Kennedy. James T. Kennedy, Ralph Kennell. Edward F. Kennerson, Lamar L.. Jr. Kenney, Melvin Kenny, Roy W. Keno, James H. Kent. Harvey Kerry, Roland Key, G. A. Key, Hugh Keys, Warren G. Keys, Charles F. Keys. Lucien Killings. Allen Kimbrough. Clarence B. King. Alfred J.

THE 4432 South Parkway State College 2413 N. Washington Ave. Clark College Howard University 6574 Firwood Ave. 417 E. 47th St. 2750 Sacramento 401 W. State St. Lincoln University 1820 Ward St. 10954 Ophir Drive 5350 Michigan Ave. 1301 W. Clark 553 W. 152nd St. 1713-a Goode Ave. Howard University Morehouse College 1048 Second St., N. Lincoln University 2323 St. Olbans St. Fla. A. & M. College Currituck County Tr. Sell. 1301 W. Clark 5659 South State St. 420 St. Nicholas Ave. 3232 E. 123rd St. Lincoln University 1820 Russell St. 224 N. Euclid Ave. 1301 W. Clark St. Langston University 5511 Ave. M. 1010 Swallow Drive Southern Br. P. O. W. Va. State College 1112 Mt. Vernon Ave. 5341 Maryland Ave. 4700 South Parkway Fla. "AV~&~M7"CoUegV" State Teachers College 423 King St. 1808 N. Norfolk St. 5617 Girard Ave. Texas College Tillotson College 26 Oraton Parkway Univ. of So. California Clark College Howard University 504~Er~4~7t"h~St" "" 321 W. 137th St. 801 Towne Ave. Century Building 1647 Hunter St. University of Pittsburgh 1005 E. Catherine Knoxville College 5417 Calumet "Ave." 5242 Prairie Ave. Wilberforce University Dillard University 2425 Lafitte St. ' Wiley College Samuel Houston College Knoxville College State College 1400 Pine St. Xavier University Xavier University 835 Rutherford Aver. N 7 W 6306 Cottage Grove Bluefield State College 929-A 16th Ave., N. 2404 Paseo Mech & Far. Bk. Bldg Wilberforce University 1—113th "St7 " A. & T. College Morehouse College Clark College 4123 Prairie Ave. Southern University 2026 McDougall 1314 Oak St. 180 W. 135th St. Allen University Howard University 122 Second St. Lincoln University 6449 St. Lawrence Meharry Med. College Howard University 4304 W. Belle St ' 850 E. 43rd St. 1123 College St. 2816 Thomas Ave. Shaw University 898 Rockdale Ave. 520 Clark St. Howard University Tenn. State College 919 W. 16th St.

SPHINX Chicago, 111. Fort Valley. Ga. Dallas, Texas Atlanta, Ga. Washington. D. C. Detroit, Mich Chicago 15, 111. Berkeley, Calif. Beaumont, Texas Logan, W. Va. Ithaca, N. Y. Jefferson City, Mo. Berkeley, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Chicago, 111. Urbana, 111. New York City St. Louis, Mo. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Pennsylvania Philadelphia 46, Pa. Tallahassee, Fla. Currituck, N. C. Urbana. 111. Chicago, 111. Staunton, Va. Berkeley, Calif. New York CityCleveland 20, Ohio Jefferson City, Mo. East St. Louis. 111. Pittsburgh, Pa. Urbana, 111. Langston, Okla. Galveston, Texas Mobile, Ala. Baton Rouge, La. Institute, W. V. Columbus 3, Ohio Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111. Tuskegee Institute. Ala. Tallahassee, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Charleston, S. C. Tulsa 6, Oklahoma Philadelphia, Pa. Tyler, Texas Austin, .Texas East Orange, N. J. Los Angeles, Calif. Atlanta, Ga. Washington, D. C. Daphne, Ala. Chicago, 111. New York 30, N. Y. Los Angeles 21, Calif. Little Rock. Ark. Norfolk, Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. Knoxville, Tenn. Institute, W. Va. Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111. Wilberforce, Ohio New Orleans, La New Orleans, La. Marshall, Texas Austin, Texas Williamson, W. Va. Knoxville, Tenn. Orangeburg, S. C. Chattanooga, Tenn. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Anawalt, W. Va. Roanoke, Va. Chicago. 111. Bluefield. W. V. Nashville, Tenn. Kansas City. Mo. Raleigh, N. C. Wilberforce. Ohio Beaumont. Texas N. Troy. N. Y. Greensboro. N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Chicago, 111. Baton Rouge, La. Detorit 7, Mich. Columbia, S. C. New York City Columbia 13, S. C. Washington, D. C. Albany, New York Pennsylvania Chicago, Bl. Nashville, Tenn. Washington. D. C. St. Louis, Mo. Los Angeles 11. Calif. Chattanooga. Tenn Dallas, Texas Raleigh. N. C. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati. Ohio Washington. D. C. Nashville. Tenn. Little Rock, Ark.

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Page 60 King. Camlllous K i n g , Carl L. King, Charles B. K i n g , E r n e s t T. King. George Horace K i n g , Hilton D . King, Hodge " K i n g , J . A. K i n g , J a m e s G. K i n g , J o h n I. K i n g , J o h n T. K i n g , J o h n W. (Dr.) King, Joseph P. K i n g . M a u r i c e E. K i n g . M c K i n l e y C. (Dr.) K i n g . Major R a l p h R. K i n g , Roscoe K i n g . W a l t e r L. K i n g . William K i n g . William R. Kingslow, J. Claude K i r k p a t r i c k , F o r r e s t L. Kirksey, Henry Kirven. Carlee K i t c h e n n , H e r b e r t J. K n i g h t . J a m e s Russell K n o t t , A. P a u l (Dr.) Knox, Owen Kohlheim, John W. K o r n e g a y . F r a n c i s A. K y l e . W i l l i a m T. L a c e y , A r c h i e L. L a c k e y , L a w r e n c e S. Lacour, Vanue B. Lacy. Frederic Lafayette. Albert L a i n e , J o s e p h F., J r . L a i n e , J o s e p h . F., Sr. Lamar. Edward Bowden L a m a r . H o r a t i o (Prof.) Lambeth, John Lewis L a n d e r , T. A. (Dr.) L a n d e r s . J a m e s M. L a n e . Alvin H. (Dr.) Lane, J. Aubrey Lane, Charles F. L a n e , F r a y s e r T. Lane, P. J. L a n g . D a n i e l H. L a n g e . G r o v e r D. Langford. John L a n g h o r n e , J. L. Langrum, Harold Lanier, Clarence L a n o n . C h a r l e s A. (Dr.) L a p s k y . L o r e n z o (Dr.) L a r k . J a m e s H. L a r k i n s . G e o r g e T. LaSaine, J o h n T. L a t t i n g . A. A. L a t i m u r e . P. A. C. Law. J a m e s H. L a w e s . W. B . Lawless. Harrison D. L a w r e n c e . A. K.. (Dr.) L a w r e n c e . I. M. (Dr.) L a w r e n c e , J o h n R.. J r . L a w s o n , A n t h o n y L. L a w s o n , B e a t r i x F . R. (Dr.) L a w s o n , B e l f o r d V. Lawson, Burgess L a w s o n , Oglesvie L. L a w s o n , T h e o d o r e R. Lawson, Warner L a w s o n , W i l l i a m W. L a y . R o y A. L e a r y , J o h n S. L e a v e l l e . M a u r i c e M. LeCesne, Archie Lee. A r t h u r B. Lee. A. J. L e e . Calvin L e e . Calvin C. Lee. Charles L e e , D a l e T. Lee, F o r r e s t e r A. Lee. Granville Lee. Robert Lee, Robert J. Lee. Robert N. Leffall. L a S a l l e D . L e f t r i d g e . W i l l i a m K. L e l a n d . J o h n (Dr.) L e m m o n s . Milton F. Lennon, George Leverett. Daniel L e v i . L o u i s E. L e v i n g t o n , J o h n C. Lewis, A b r a m L e w i s , A. J.. I I L e w i s , Alfonzo L . L e w i s . A l m o n d G. L e w i s , A m o s C. Lewis. Arthur Levin. Bernard L e w i s . B o o k e r T. L e w i s . C. M. (Dr.) L e w i s . C l a r e n c e O.. J r . L e w i s . C h a r l e s J . S. L e w i s . Collins E. (Dr.) L e w i s . D a n i e l W. Lewis. Herman J. L e w i s . H o m e r R. (Major) Lewis, J a m e s P .

THE V a . S t a t e College 868 E. 42nd St. 2228 W. A d a m s B l v d . 1301 W. C l a r k St. 4816 P r a i r i e A v e . 155 C e d a r St. 1208 W e s t H u n t e r R d . 1411 P a r k 758 A y e r s St. 1622 W. 17th 1107 E. 6th St. M o r g a n S t a t e College 2222 N . Capitol Lincoln University 603 G e a r i n g A v e . 1344 W. 31st St. 6121 E v a n s A v e . 1776 D u a l s St. Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y 2111 L e w i s St. 820 B l a n d St. A l b a n y S t a t e College N o r t h C a r o l i n a College W i l e y College 455 W. 152nd St. 1014 E m e r s o n St. 2801 C e n t r e A v e . 4450 S o u t h S a n P e d r o L a n e College 208 M a c k Va. S t a t e College S t a t e T e a c h e r s College 1101 Mississippi 215 L i n c o l n B u i l d i n g M o r g a n S t a t e College 1120 W. W a l n u t St. 1120 W. W a l n u t St. A. a n d T. College 1439 L i n d e n St. A. a n d T. College Y o u n g s t o w n . Ohio 418 E. E i g h t h St. 6340 St. L a w r e n c e A v e . Wilberforce University 6227 E v a n s A v e . 4722 L a n g l e y A v e . 1690 P o s t St. 155 C e d a r 571 Alger N. C. College 1303 W a l l a c n PI.. N. W. 6133 S o u t h P a r k A v e . M o r e h o u s e College 2028 P l a i n v i e w A v e . 3500 S. S t a t e St. 1433 N . F r a n k f o r t St. Wilberl'orce U n i v e r s i t y S t a t e A. & M. College 924 C l a c k 1502 W. W a l n u t St. 3247 T r i x i l l o St. 3301 D r e x e l P l a c e 418 E. 8th St. 233 N . M o n r o e A v e . 1410 N . 21st St. 947 I n g l e h a r t A v e . 3950 Cook 3523 W e s t St. 8 L o g a n Circle N . W. A. M. & N . College 2614 Gilpin St. 6345 R h o d e s A v e . 2213 F o u r t h St.. N . W. Allen U n i v e r s i t y 2320 1-2 H a l l St. 501 B e n n e t t St. 231 B r a n d W h i t l o c k St. 4628 S. M i c h i g a n A v e . 1150 Pacific St. S a m u e l H u s t o n College Fisk University 2822 D a y t o n St. Fisk University 1109 E v a n s A v e . L i b e r t y Rd., N e w p o r t P k . 450 W. 149th St. Fisk University 2802 G r a n t St. 3202 S p r u c e F l a . A. & M. College 235 F r e e l a n d St. 1365 B u r d e t t A v e . 2425 B e l l e g l a d e 311 E. Clinch A v e . 51 E. 11th A v e . 1907 O a k l a w n A v e . 30 B r a g g St. T e v a s College 525 T a p n e l l St., S. W. 1414 N . B o u l e v a r d 1181 W. 11th St. M o r e h o u s e College 4356 H o o p e r A v e . 1855 S. H a m l i n K n o x v i l l e College P . O. B o x 427 101 S. St., N . W. 624 M a d i s o n A v e . 216 S e a m a n St. 1204 E v e r e t t 3629 E. 14th St. 6741 L a n g l e y A v e . Howard University

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SPHINX P e t e r s b u r g , Va. Los A n g e l e s , Calif. L o s A n g e l e s 7, Calif. U r b a n a . 111. Chicago, 111. Buffalo, N . Y. Atlanta, Ga. K a n s a s City, M o . Memphis, Tenn. L i t t l e Rock, A r k . Austin, T e x a s B a l t i m o r e , Md. Indianapolis, Ind. J e f f e r s o n City, Mo. Pittsburgh. Pa. Los A n g e l e s , Calif. C h i c a g o . 111. New Orleans, La. Pennsylvania G r e e n s b o r o . N . C. Bluefield, W. Va. Albany, Georgia D u r h a m , N . C. Marshall, Texas N e w Y o r k City E v a n s t o n , 111. Pittsburgh, Pa. L o s A n g e l e s 11. Calif. Jackson. Tenn. D e t r o i t 1, Mich. P e t e r s b u r g , Va. M o n t g o m e r y , Ala. Lawrence, Kansas K a n s a s City, M o . I n s t i t u t e . W. Va. B a l t i m o r e , Md. Louisville, K y . Louisville 3, Ky. G r e e n s b o r o , N . C. Augusta, Ga. G r e e n s b o r o , N . C. Beta Rho Lambda B l o o m i n g t o n . Ind. Chicago, 111. W i l b e r f o r c e , Ohio Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111. S a n F r a n c i s c o , Calif. Buffalo, N e w Y o r k D e t r o i t 2, Mich. D u r h a m , N . C. W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. Chicago, 111. Atlanta, Ga. Pittsburgh, Pa. Chicago, 111. T u l s a 6, Okla. W i l b e r f o r c e , Ohio O r a n g e b u r g , S. C. Memphis. Tenn. Louisville, K y . Houston. Texas C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio Bloomington. Ind. C o l u m b u s . Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. St. P a u l , M i n n . St. L o u i s . Mo. O a k l a n d , Calif. W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. P i n e Bluff. A r k . D e n v e r , Colo. Chicago, 111. W a s h i n g t o n 1. D. C. C o l u m b i a . S. C. Dallas, T e x a s G r e e n s b o r o , N. C. T o l e d o . Ohio Chicago, 111. B r o o k l y n , N. Y Austin, Texas Nashville, Tenn. St. L o u i s , Mo. Nashville. Tenn. F o r t W o r t h 3. T e x a s Belvidere. Delcware N e w Y o r k 31, N . Y. Nashville, Tenn. O a k l a n d , Calif. I n k s t e r , Mich. T a l l a h a s s e e , Fla. Pittsburgh. Pa. C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Knoxville. Tenn. C o l u m b u s , Ohio C h a r l o t t e , N . C. Raleigh, N . C. Tyler. Texas Atlanta, Ga. Tampa, Fla. D e s Moines, I o w a A t l a n t a , Ga. L o s A n g e l e s , Calif. Chicago, 111. Knoxville, Tenn. Paris, Tenn. W a s h i n g t o n 1. D . C. Pittsburgh, Pa. N e w B r u n s w i c k , N . J. K a n s a s City, K a n s a s O a k l a n d . Calif. Chicago, 111. W a s h i n g t o n , D . C.

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Page 62 Mance, Mercer Manderville, Lorenzo F. M a n l e y , N o r m a n W. M a n n , J . A. M a n n , J e s s e B. M a n n i n g , A. D. Manning, Charles Manning, Thomas Manns, Lorenzo Rudolph Mansfield, J o h n Mansfield, R. R. M a n u a l , H. S h e r m a n (Dr.) M a n u a l . R o b e r t M. (Dr.> M a r s h , H e n r y G. M a r s h a l l , A. P . Marshall, Alonzo M a r s h a l l . E u g e n e J. M a r s h a l l , H. D o n a l d Marshall, H e n r y L. M a r s h a l l , J e s s e E. M a r s h a l l , L. A. Marshall, Oscar W. M a r s h a l l , Russell M a r s h a l l , William M a r t e e n a , J e r a l d M. Martin, Austin J. Martin, Boston Faust M a r t i n , E d w i n J. Martin, F. Beaux M a r t i n , F r e d W. Martin, J. Ernest M a r t i n , J o h n A. M a r t i n . J o h n W. M a r t i n . Louis E. Martin, Richard B. M a r t i n , R i c h a r d L. M a r t i n . T h o m a s S. M a r t i n . William Mason. C. T . (Dr.) Mason. F r e d e r i c k Mason. G e o r g e W. Mason. G i l b e r t R. Mason. I r a T. Mason, J u l i a n Mason. Roger Q. Mason. W. T. Mason. William A. M a t h e r s o n , W a y m a n C. Matheus, John F. M a t h e w s , A r t h u r B. M a t h e w s , H. D . Mathews, Joseph M a t h i s , J. D . Matney, William C . Jr. Matthews. Artie Matthews, Dan M a t t h e w s , J. E. M a t t h e w s , R o b e r t P . . (Dr.) M a t t h e w s , R o b e r t W. Mattocks. J. H. ,â&#x20AC;&#x17E;.-. M a x e y , C h a n d o s D. (DDis) Maxwell. Frank Maxwell, Mays Charles Maxwell. Morgan M a x w e l l . Ucecil S. M a y , Virgil M a y , W. H. M a y b e r r y , B u r t A. M a y b e r r y , R o b e r t J. M a y b e r r y , T. J.. J r . M a y h e w , Carl N. M a z y c h , H a r o l d E.. J r . McAlpln, H a r r y S. M c B a y , Robert M c B e y H e n r y C. McCain, J a m e s McCaine, I-. L.. D r . McCaleb. William McCall, M a r i o n G. (Dr.) M c C a l l u m . J a m e s E. McClain. G e o r g e McClain, R. P . (Dr.) McClain, William M c C l a n a h a n . L. H. McClellan. J a m e s F . McClellan. W a y l a n d D. M c C l e n d o n , J. J . M c C l u r e , A. B r u c e McClure. Harold McConico. J. H. McCoo, H a r o l d McCorkle, Arnold McCorvey, J a m e s McCoy, A. B . McCoy, A l e x a n d e r F . McCoy, F r a n k W. M c C r e a r y , C. R. M c C r e e . S. D McCullough. H e n r y D. McCullum. Donald P. McDade. George McDade. Louis M c D a n i e l . A r m o u r G. McDaniel. Edward M c D a n i e l . R e u b e n R. McDaniel, R o b ^ t A. (Dr.) M c D a n i e l . W. T. McDaniels. F r ? n k McDanlels. J a m e s M c D e w . S. M.. J r . McDonald. A n d r e w J. McDonald. B e r t M c D o n a l d , E. K. (Dr.)

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May, 1947 Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon Beta B e t a L a m b d a Phi Lambda Xi L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a Beta Delta Gamma Eta Lambda Alpha Phi Iota L a m b d a Beta L a m b d a Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Gamma Omicron Alpha' P s i L a m b d a Beta Chi L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Alpha Theta Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Iota L a m b d a G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Gamma Alpha Lambda Xi L a m b d a B e t a Epsilon L a m b d a Kappa Lambda Alpha Theta L a m b d a Xi Alpha T h e t a L a m b d a G a m m a Zeta L a m b d a Beta A l p h a L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Eta L a m b d a Gamma Omicron Gamma Lambda Alpha P h i L a m b d a Bta A l p h a L a m b d a A l p h a Psi L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a A l p h a Nu L a m b d a Beta Sigma Alpha O m i c r o n L a m b d a Beta O m i c r o n Xi L a m b d a Alpha T h e t a B e t a Psi L a m b d a Alpha Phi L a m b d a Zeta Omicron Lambda A l p h a Iota L a m b d a Beta K a p p a Omicron Lambda Alpha Mu L a m b d a Gamma Gamma Lambda Gamma Lambda Alpha Alpha Beta L a m b d a G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Rho A l p h a Upsilon Gamma Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Beta Psi L a m b d a Beta Tau Lambda G e n . Org. Beta Zeta L a m b d a Beta Pi 3203 T a u L a m b d a Beta L a m b d a Gamma Lambda A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Beta Kappa Lambda Mu Lambda Eta Eta L a m b d a G a m m a Alpha Lambda A l p h a Nu L a m b d a Alpha Alpha Omicron Lambda Alpha Phi A l p h a Beta Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a Beta Mu Lambda Gamma Lambda Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Pi L a m b d a Psi Gamma Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Eta L a m b d a Alpha Rho Lambda G a m m a Iota L a m b d a G a m m a Nu L a m b d a Alpha Tau Lambda Alpha O m i c r o n L a m b d a A l p h a Beta A l p h a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Mu L a m b d a G e n . Org. Beta Nu L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Lambda A l p h a Delta L a m b d a A l p h a Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Xi L a m b d a Beta P h i L a m b d a Sigma L a m b d a B e t a Psi L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a


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THE 442 N. Dudley St. 1015 Catherine Hampton Institute 3003 Caroline St. Wilberforce University 4909 Champlain Ave. 255 Ashley Ave. Howard University Fla. A. & M. College 350 S. Wayne 334 St. Clair Ave. Bluefield State College Box 305, A. & T. College Fla. A. & M. College P. O. Box 264 Wilberforce University Wiley College 3036 Park Place, N. W. Talladega College 516 E. 33rd Place 4119 7th Ave., N. 2100 Toberman Ft. Valley State College Fla. A. & M. College Morris Memorial Bldg 2020 Clifton Road 1423 Center St. 6104 Colorado St. 1710 W. Morris St. Tenn. State College 607 Bremhall Ave. 4932 Indiana Ave. Fla. A. & M. College 142 Adams St. 526 Melbourne Tenn. State College 580 St. Nicholas Ave. 83 1-2 S. Saginaw 1313 Collier St. Howard University 3760 Dalton St. Southern University 1716 E. 28th St. 36 Willowdale Ave. 2153 Seventh Ave. D. D. & B. Institute 341 Fourth Ave., N. 825 Fourth Ave. 412 Missouri 967 Lane 720 N. E„ 4th St. 1915 N. Mill Wilberforce University Lane College 417 E. 47th St. 3620 South Gramercy 128 Dewiese St. 925 Stadium Drive 1409 Finley St. 226 1-2 N. Union St. 30 Albion Ave. 929 Woodland Ave. 4125 Church S4. 6159 Michigan Ave. Fla. A. & M. College Hampton Institute 1719 Kemp Ave. Wilberforce University 922 French St. 7219 Susquehanna St. Fla. A. & M. College 429 Twenty-first St. 1409 S. St.". N. W. 1103 E. 11th St. Tuskegee Institute Mound Bayou. Miss. Hampton Institute 558 Decatur St. 1005 Seminole Highway Morehouse College 402 St. Anthony Ave.. 278 E. Forest, Apt 7. 4432 S. Parkway 921 N. E.. 6th St. 110 North 16th St. 1040 W. Washington 1740 Dumesnil Ave. 2000 Marshall Ave. 1330 Gregg St. P. O. Box 120 28861 Michigan 212 Auburn Ave.. N. E. 516 Frazier P. O. Box 35 4759 Calumet Ave. Allen University State Teachers College Wilberforce University 3014 So. 6th Ave. 6131 Evans Ave. State College 5015 S. San Pedro St. Bur. of Negro Welfare 404 E. Warren 468-F Jefferson Ave. 606 Monroe St. Tuskegee Institute 224 N. Monroe Ave. 1121 W. 11th St. 224 N. Monroe Ave. 1529 Stuart St.

SPHINX Greensboro, N. C. Ann Arbor, Mich. Hampton, Va. St. Louis, Mo. Wilberforce, Ohio Chicago, 111. Charleston. S. C. Washington, D. C. Tallahassee, Fla. Columbus. Ohio Columbus, Ohio Bluefield, W. Va. Greensboro, N. C. Tallahassee, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Wilberforce, Ohio Marshall, Texas Washington, D. C. Talladega, Ala. Chicago. 111. Birmingham, Ala. Los Angeles. Calif. Ft. Valley. Ga. Tallahassee. Fla. Nashville. Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Des Moines. Iowa St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Nashville, Tenn. Jersey City. N. J. Chicago 15, 111. Tallahassee, Fla. Buffalo 4, N. Y. Detroit, Mich. Nashville, Term. New York 30, N. Y. Pontiac, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington. D. C. Los Angeles. Calif. Baton Rouge. La. Denver. Colo. Montclair, N. J. New York City Austin. Texas Nashville, Tenn. Montgomery. W. Va. East St. Louis. 111. Memphis. Tenn. Oklahoma City. Okla. Kansas City. Kansas Wilberforce. Ohio Jackson, Tenn. Chicago, 111. Los Angeles 7. Calif. Lexington. Ky. Winston-Salem 6. N. C. Indianapolis. Ind. Danville, Va. Anniston. Ala. Toledo 7. Ohio Jackson. Tenn. Chicago, 111. Tallahassee, Fla. Hampton, Va. Charleston, W. Va. Wilberforce. Ohio Wilmington, Del. Pittsburgh. Pa. Tallahassee. Fla. Salisbury, N. C. Washington 9. D. C. Chattanooga. Tenn. Alabama Hampton. Va. Brooklyn. N. Y. Madison. Wisconsin Atlanta. Ga. St. Paul 3. Minn. Detroit 2. Mich. Chicago. 111. Welch, W. Va. Oklahoma City. Okla. East St. Louis. 111. Los Angeles. Calif. Louisville, Ky. Newport News. Va. Columbia 33, S. C. Xenia. Ohio Inkster. Mich. Atlanta. Ga. River Rouge 18. Mich. Clinton, S. C. Chicago. 111. Columbia 13. S. C. Montgomery. Ala. Wilberforce. Ohio Los Angeles. Calif. Cleveland. Ohio Chicago. 111. Dover. Delaware Los Angeles. Calif. Charleston. W. V. Detroit 1. Mich. Buffalo 4. N. Y. Lvnchburg. Va. Alabama Columbus. Ohio Des Moines. Towa Columbus, Ohio Berkley, Calif.

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May, 1947 Xi Gamma Alpha Lambda Nu Lambda Beta Zeta Lambda Xi Lambda Pi Phi Lambda Beta Mu Beta Gamma Lambda Alpha Xi Lambda Chi Beta Phi Lambda Beta Alpha Chi Lambda Beta Omieron Alpha Tau Xi Lambda Kappa Lambda Alpha Nu Theta Beta Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Sigma Lambda Gamma Nu Lambda Beta Eta Alpha Rho Rho Beta Alpha Beta Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Xi Lambda Psi Lambda Beta Sigma Sigma Alpha Eta Lambda Beta Pi Lambda Alpha Alpha Beta Gamma Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Alpha Delta Lambda Phi Lambda Alpha Theta Beta Lambda Pi Lambda Gamma Eta Epsilon Beta Phi Lambda Beta Beta Lambda Pi Lambda Beta Eta Lambda Pi Alpha Tau Lambda Gamma Delta Kappa Alpha Zeta Xi Lambda Alpha Iota Gamma Omieron Kappa Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda Gamma Lambda Mu Lambda Upsilon Lambda Beta Lambda Beta Nu Lambda Mu Lambda Rho Gamma Xi Pi Zeta Tau Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Beta Upsilon Omieron Lambda Theta Gamma Epsilon Eta Alpha Chi Nu Alpha Lambda Alpha Lambda Zeta Lambda Beta Delta Theta Lambda Alpha Gen. Org. Beta Tau Lambda XI Gamma Lambda Mu Lambda Beta Sigma Xi Beta Xi Lambda Alpha Epsilon Alpha Nu Lambda Theta Psi Lambda Gen. Org. Phi Lambda Alpha Pi Lambda Epsilon Zeta Lambda Gamma Alpha Lambda Gamma Omieron Xi Lambda Alpha Kappa Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Lambda Psi Alpha Upsilon Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda


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May, 1947 Alpha Gamma Lambda Gamma Mu Beta Omicron Alpha Nu Lambda Beta Gamma Mu Beta Omicron Tau Lambda Alpha Chi Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda Eta Lambda Omicron Lambda Mu Lambda Alpha Lambda XI Alpha Psi Lambda Alpha Lambda Beta Alpha Lambda Alpha Alpha Alpha Nu Lambda Alpha Mu Lambda Beta Tau Alpha Omicron Alpha Chi Xi lambda Gamma Gamma Alpha Upsilon Lambda Xi Lambda Beta Lambda Theta Gamma Epsilon Alpha Alpha Alpha Omicron Theta Lambda Gamma Beta Lambda Psi Sigma Lambda Alpha Upsilon Alpha Rho Lambda Omicron Alpha Gamma Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Iota Lambda Xi Lambda Gamma Iota Gen. Org. Omicron Xi Mu Lambda Alpha Xi Lambda Alpha Epsilon Alpha Upsilon Beta Omicron Alpha Mu Zeta Lambda Beta Gamma Gamma Lambda Iota Lambda Iota Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda Alpha Mu Chi Beta Omicron Lambda Tau Lambda Mu Lambda Alpha Beta Lambda Alpha Lambda Theta Nu Lambda Alpha Upsilon Tau Lambda Theta Gamma Gamma Lambda Tau Alpha Gamma Lambda Chi Alpha Zeta Alpha Alpha Alpha Lambda Alpha Upsilon Beta Epsilon Beta Xi Epsilon Alpha Rho Lambda Mu Lambda Kappa Gamma Gamma Lambda Beta Chi Alpha Delta Gamma Nu Beta Psi Lambda Rho Mu Lambda Chi Lambda Beta Omicron Lambda Epsilon Lambda Beta Epsilon Gamma Lambda Alpha Eta Lambda Gen. Org. Beta Rho Lambda Alpha Alpha Psi Lambda Mu Lambda Eta Lambda Omicron Lambda Eta Epsilon Gamma Lambda Epsilon Gamma Rho Lambda


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402 M e t . B a n k Bldg. Xavier University 18 D i c k e r m a n St. 202 E. S p r i n g St. 3562 Giles A v e . K y S t a t e College Va. S t a t e College 7308 C h a m b e r l i n 2128 M a r s h a l l A v e . 757 26th St. Lincoln University B o x 23 856 32nd St. 215 8th A v e n u e 3102 I n d i a n a A v e . ÂŁ07 S o u t h S u m m i t St. 26 1-2 N . L a w r e n c e St. 77 A d m i r a l St. 1071 24th St. 1017 Gafsa St. 305 B r o a d w a y Dillard University K n o x v i l l e College Xavier University Veterans Hospital 1351 N . Madison PI. 4059 B a r i n g St. 935 St. N i c h o l a s A v e . A. a n d T. College Xavier University 1323 C o l u m b u s St. 4636 Willow St. 1342 C o l u m b u s St. 1321 C o l u m b u s St. 1329 66th St. 1727 McDougall Va. S t a t e College 1171 H a r g r a v e 4636 M i c h i g a n A v e . Allen U n i v e r s i t y 2510 C o r b y St. 4758 V i n c e n n e s 1500 S t u a r t St. 500 W. 44th St. Wiley College 1805 E. 12th St. 204 Clay St. Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y 273 W a l n u t A v e . 414 E. 47th St. 1330 G r e g g St. 1216 C o m m e r c e 2159 W. 27th St. M o r e h o u s e College 1501 M e h a r r y Blvd. A l b a n y S t a t e College Box 252 1140" E. 98th St. Hampton Institute 416 W. C h a r i t y St. P r a i r i e V i e w College 1119 N . 21st St. 225 W. 110th St. J . C. S m i t h U n i v e r s i t y M o r e h o u s e College Howard University 418 E. 8th St. Howard University T e x a s College Va. S t a t e College S t a t e T e a c h e r s College 954 W. 8th St. L a n e College 4432 S o u t h P a r k w a y 1237 1-2 F r a n k l i n A v e . 940 W. S e v e n t h St. M o r e h o u s e College 28 Hazel St. 1526 F i r s t St.. N . W. U n i v e r s i t y of P i t t s b u r g h 747 E. 168th St. 6427 V i n e w o o d 4436 N o r t h M a r k e t St. 2030 L i n c o l n A v e . 319 N . C a l h o u n St. 127 Stafford St.. S. W. 100 O s w a l d P l a c e 3220 F r a n k l i n A v e . 2327 J e f f e r s o n Va. S t a t e College M o r e h o u s e College P h i l a n d e r S m i t h College 3903 W e s t St. 501 W. B r o a d St. Lincoln University P r a i r i e V i e w College 1115 W. 15th St. 5703 G i r a r d A v e . 404 N . S h r e w s b u r y 171 N . M o n r o e A v e . W i l e y College 311 N . H a w t h o r n e 2200 P o p u l a r St. C a m p b e l l C o u n t v Tr. Sch. Theresa Hotel 4071 B y r a m A v e . 5243 R a c e St. 735 W. L i b e r t y St. C l a r k College 1021 A s h b y T e r r a c e . N . W. 1240 G r o v o S t

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THE 1511 Lincoln Ave. 430 Hague Lincoln University 4619 South Parkway 1202 T. St., N. W Va. State College 3301 25th Ave.. S. Talladege College 209 Deadrick Ave. 3891 Delmar Blvd. 642 Maple St. Court RFD 7. Box 18-A Lincoln University 1,015 W. Marshall St. 2326 Upperllne St. 722 Gault St. 115 Spring St. 4945 Vincennes Ave. 200 McConnell St. Va. State College A and T. College 917 Myrtle St. Howard University 11-B E. Leigh St. Tillotson College 717 W. 10th St. 1406 Russell Gill's Grill 12005 Conant Wiley College 1624-A Derby St. 2460 Lakeview Ave. 258 N. 20th St. 247 N. Champion 802 6th St., North 627 Marston University of Pittsburgh Lincoln University Tuskegee Institute P. O. Box 88 617 S. 16th St. 147 Hill St. 92 N. Monroe Ave. 258 Court St. 68 Oak St. 1019 Palmwood Ave. Fla. A. & M. College Wilberforce University 13 Tenth Ave., N. N. C. College Texas College 1063 Myrtle Ave. 283 N. 18th Ave. 1176~ET58th D r i v e ~ Wilberforce University 4636 Michigan Ave. Wilberforce University Jackson College 1630 Fourth Ave., N. 324 South Drexel 311 16th St.. (Enslevl 1404 1-2 Central Ave. Texas College 450 W. 148th St. 2203 Foster 640 W. Eighth St. 416 E. 61st St. 450 St. Nicholas Ave. 1137 W. 37th Place University of Pittsburgh 526 Armorv Ave. 420 Chandler State College State Teachers College 1103 N. Dupont St. 1119 N. Franklin St. Ill King 839 Betts St. Xavier University 3876 Mohawk 800 S. Halstead St. State College 423 South Cynthia State Teachers College P. O. Box 367 1008 W. Monroe St. 616 N. 43rd St. Wilberforce University 108 E. While 4345-A Evans Ave. 2511 Marion St. 2112 N. 27th St. Howard University 1102 E. Main St. 570 Bramhall Ave. V'tor Vaughn House. U of Mich. 85 Carmel St. 3745 Jay St.. N. E. Lincoln University Wilberforce University 1092 Fair St.. S. W. ' Meharry Med. College. 2H16 Eugene Kv State College Xavier University 616 City Park Ave. 209 Hutchinson St.

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Salisbury. N. C. Philadelphia, Pa, Wilberforce. Ohio Champaign. 111. St. Louis, Mo. Denver, Colo. Omaha 10, Nebr. Washington. D. C. Knoxville. Tenn. Jersey City, N. J. Ann Arbor, Midi New Haven, Conn. Washington. D. C. Pennsylvania Wilberforce, Ohio Atlanta. Ga. Nashville. Tenn. Dallas. Texas Frankfort. Ky. New Orleans, La. Toledo. Ohio Montgomery, Ala.

May, 1947 Alpha Alpha Gamma Lambda Beta Zeta Lambda Xi Lambda Mu Lambda Beta Gamma Gamma Xi Lambda Alpha Beta Alpha Mu Lambda Alpha Eta

Pyi Lambda Alpha Beta Lambda Beta Zeta Lambda Bet Gamma Lambda Sigma Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Gen. Org. Xi Lambda Alpha Mu Lambda Nu Lambda Beta Epsilon Beta Iota Lambda Beta Beta Gamma Lambda Delta Gamma Mu Gamma Lambda Gamma Kappa Lambda Gamma Lambda Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Lambda Gamma Alpha Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha Rho Lambda Omicron Lambda Gamma Lambda Omicron Nu Alpha Nu Lambda Gen. Org. Rho Gen. Org. Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha Zeta Lambda Alpha Zeta Lambda Alpha Xi Lambda Gamma Mu Lambda Xi Omicron Lambda Gamma Beta Gamma Alpha Delta Lambda Kappa

Alpha Mu Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Xi Xi Lambda Xi Omicron Lambda Omicron Lambda Beta Eta Lambda Omicron Lambda Gamma Zeta Lambda Gamma Alpha Alpha Gamma Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Theta Upsilon Lambda Xi Lambda Eta Alpha Delta Omicron Alpha Alpha Alpha Upsilon Kappa Lambda Gamma Zeta Alpha Upsilon Lambda Gamma Theta Lamb* Alpha Omicron Lambda Gamma Lambda Alpha Alpha Beta Tau Alpha Upsilon Xi Lambda Beta Delta Alpha Delta Lambda Alpha Upsilon Lambda Gamma Epsilon Lambda Gamma Delta Lambda Life Member Beta Mu Lambda Rho Xi

Tau Epsilon Lambda Alpha Iota Beta Xi Lambda Beta Alpha Mu Lambda Beta Alpha Lambda Epsilon Zeta

Mu Lambda Nu Xi Eta Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Lambda Beta Mu Beta Tau Alpha X i Lambda

Alpha Upsilon Lambda


May, 1947 Smiley, Robert Smiley, Theodore S m i t h , A. Maceo Smith, Albert S m i t h , Alfred S m i t h , Alois Smith, Alphonso S m i t h , A l p h o n s o C. S m i t h , Alvin (Dr.) Smith, Arthur Frazier S m i t h , Calvin E. S m i t h , Calrl E. Smith, Charles S m i t h , C h a r l e s C. S m i t h , C h a r l e s N. S m i t h , C h a r l e s Z. S m i t h , D a v i d G. S m i t h . E a r l B. S m i t h , E d g a r L. S m i t h , E d w a r d L. Smith. Edward N. S m i t h , Elijah J . Smith, Emory B. S m i t h , E m o r y H. Smith, Ernest S m i t h . F r a n k E. S m i t h . F r a n k M. Smith, Fred J. Smith, Frederick S m i t h , G e o r g e L. Smith, Gideon S m i t h , H. A. Smith, Henry F. S m i t h , H e r m a n T. Smith, Jaime S m i t h , J a m e s E. S m i t h , J a m e s E. S m i t h , J a m e s F . (Dr.) S m i t h , J a m e s K. (Dr.) S m i t h , J a m e s L. Smith, J o h n B. Smith, Joseph B. Smith. J. Tyler S m i t h , H. R e g i n a l d Smith, Harold S m i t h , J. W., Sr. S m i t h , LeMon S m i t h , L e o n M. S m i t h , O. H. S m i t h , Otis Wesley Smith, P e r r y Cuyler S m i t h , R. L. S m i t h , R i c h a r d J. Smith, Robert S m i t h , R o b e r t A. S m i t h , R o b e r t E. S m i t h . R o b e r t G. S m i t h , R o l a n d A. S m i t h , R. P . Smith, Rudolph S m i t h , Rufus H. S m i t h . S. B . (Dr.) S m i t h , S. G. (Dr.) S m i t h , S. M. S m i t h . W a l t e r C. S m i t h . W a l t e r H. S m i t h , W. E. (Dr.) S m i t h . Will. J r . S m i t h . Willard S m i t h . William A. Smiley. H. S. S m i t h w i c k , E d g a r d G. S n e a d . J o n a t h a n L. Snow. Robert S o l o m o n . T h o m a s R. Somerville, Albert Span, Walter Spann, Enoch S p a n n , F r e d W. S p a u l d i n g . N . W. V. S p e a r m a n . L e o n a r d H. O. Spearman. William S p e a r s , M a c k C. S p e a r s , Russell Spencer, Elbert S p e n c e r , J a m e s L. (Dr.) Spencer, Monroe Spencer, Nathaniel S p e n c e r . W. C h a n n i n g Speight. W. O.. J r . Spottsville. Clifford M. Spottswood. Leon S p r a g u e . M. D . Spriggs, William S p r i n g e r . W. M. (Dr.) S p r o t t . C u r t i s . (Dr.) S p r o t t . M a x i e C. S p r o t t , Oliver W. (Dr.) Spivey, C h a r l e s S.. J r . Spurlock. Charles St. J a m e s . W a r r e n Stafford, H e r b e r t A. Stafford. S. T. S t a n b a c k . E. H. Stanback, Harry Stanback, Isreal P. S t a n d i f e r , Alfonso L. S t a n field, J o h n Stanley, Eugene S t a n l e y , F r a n k L. S t a n t o n , C. F r e d e r i c k S t a n t o n . W. W e n d e l l S t a r g e l , William H., J r .

THE 209 H u t c h i n s o n St. I l l Bullock St. 2407 T h o m a s A v e . 3007 D e c a b u r A v e . Shaw University 3839 S. Michigan 545 Winfield St. 4325 1-2 S. E v a n s 1827 L o u i s i a n a A v e . M o r e h o u s e College 644 E. 51st St. 1301 W. C l a r k St. K y . S t a t e College P o p e High School Fla. A. & M. College Fla. A. & M. College 243 W. 138th St. M e h a r r y Med. College Hampton Institute Va. S t a t e College A. & T. College 4104 V i n c e n n e s A v e . 1707 2nd St.. N . W. 6446 V e r n o n A v e . 18 N. 50th St. U n i v e r s i t y of P i t t s b u r g h 1301 W. C l a r k Southern University 1725 D o d g e A v e . 728 G i r a r d St., N . W. Hampton Institute 28 H u t c h i n s o n St. 75 E. 11th A v e . K n o x v i l l e College Howard University 2720 Guillot 6210 C h a m p f a i n AveT 444 S. C e n t r a l A v e . Wilberforce University 5717 P a r k e r 5053 23rd St. 124 N . G r e e n w o o d St. 5428 S o u t h P a r k A v e . K y . S t a t e College 505 E. 7th St. M o r e h o u s e College 979 R o n d o A v e . 3007 C h e s t n u t A v e . M o r e h o u s e College 119 N. B a r n a r d St. 725 W. 25th St. 2524 H i g h l a n d A v e . 1120 W. W a l n u t St. 5534 M a s t e r St. Howard University West G r a n d A v e . 1601 E. 9th St.. N. 906 G r a y A v e . 4401 W e s t St. 3364 31st P l a c e , N . 6 Butler Ave. 1015 R i d g e A v e . 1234 C a n n o n St. 148 A u b u r n A v e . . N . E. 400 F l o w e r St. Hampton Institute 1227 W a s h i n g t o n Blvd. 2576 M o n r o e St. 125 1-2 Fall St. K n o x v i l l e College 2718 W. C o l u m b i a A v e . 2404 McCall St. P r a i r i e V i e w College 6031 N o r t h f i e l d 2811 D o h r St. 731 E. 31st St. 5158 S. P a r k A v e . 539 W. U n i o n St. Fla. A. & M. College 2523 W. C h e s t n u t St. 1514 N . 7th St. R o u t e 1, B o x 605 Fisk U n i v e r s i t y 126 C e n t r a l A v e . 1526 S o u t h A d a m St. 1124 N . Ohio A v e . B o x 46 1393 S. P a r k w a y E 1643 N . J . A v e . . N. W. 554 A r m o r y Tuskegee Institute 34T4"~R~uthersT. M e h a r r y Med. College â&#x20AC;˘ Allen U n i v e r s i t y 2006 B r o o k R o a d 316 E. O a k 3715 I n d i a n a A v e . F l i n t - G o o d r i c h Hospital P . O. B o x 51 3904 N . S m e d l e v St. 2300 H a s k e l l A v e . Wiley College 602 W a l n u t St. A. a n d T. College 2810 W. C h e s t n u t St. 611 I r v i n g St., N. W. 412 B a k e w e l l Bldg. 1526 L i n n S t r e e t

SPHINX M o n t g o m e r y , Ala. M o n t g o m e r y , Ala. Dallas, T e x a s B r o o k l y n , N . Y. Raleigh, N . C. Chicago, 111. Pittsburgh. Pa. Chicago, 111. New Orleans, La. Atlanta, Ga. Chicago 15, 111. U r b a n a , 111. Frankfort, Ky. B u r g a w . N . C. T a l l a h a s s e e , Fla. Tallahassee, Fla N e w York 30. N . Y. Nashville. Tenn. H a m p t o n , Va. P e t e r s b u r g , Va. G r e e n s b o r o , N. C. Chicago. 111. W a s h i n g t o n , D . C. Chicago, 111. P h i l a d e l p h i a 39, P a . Pittsburgh. Pa. U r b a n a , 111. B a t o n R o u g e . La. E v a n s t o n . 111. W a s h i n g t o n 1, D . C. H a m p t o n . Va. M o n t g o m e r y . Ala. C o l u m b u s , Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. W a s h i n g t o n , D . C. Dallas. T e x a s Y o u n g s t o w n . Ohio Chicago. Illinois C o l u m b u s 4, Ohio Wilberforce. Ohio D e t r o i t 13, Mich. D e t r o i t 11, Mich. Tulsa. Okla. C h i c a g o 15, 111. Frankfort, Ky. C h a r l o t t e . N. C. Atlanta. Ga. St. P a u l . M i n n . N e w p o r t N e w s . Va. A t l a n t a , Ga. S t a t e College, P a . W i n s t o n - S a l e m . N . C. K a n s a s City. Mo. Louisville. K y . Philadelphia, Pa. W a s h i n g t o n . D . C. W a u k e g a n , III. Little Rock, A r k . W i n s t o n - S a l e m . N. C. O a k l a n d . Calif. B i r m i n g h a m 7, Ala. Ambler. Pa. Darby. Pa. M e m p h i s 6. T e n n . Dallas, T e x a s Atlanta, Ga. Chester. Pa. H a m p t o n . Va. K a n s a s City. K a n s a s Gary. Indiana G r e e n s v i l l e . S. C. Knoxville. Tenn. Philadelphia. Pa. D a y t o n . Ohio P r a i r i e View. T e x a s Detroit, Mich. B e r k e l e y . Calif. Los Angeles. Calif. Chicago, 111. J a c k s o n v i l l e , Fla. Tallahassee. Fla. Louisville. K y . K a n s a s City. K a n s a s C h a r l e s t o n . W. V. N a s h v i l l e 8, T e n n . A l b a n y , N, Y. T a l l a h a s s e e . Fla. A t l a n t i c Citv. N . J. Bluefield, W. V. Memphis. Tenn. W a s h i n g t o n 1. D. C. C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio T u s k e g e e . Ala. I n s t i t u t e . W. Va. C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio Beaumont. Texas Nashville. Tenn. Beaumont. Texas C o l u m b i a . S. C. R i c h m o n d . Va. C a r b o n d a l e . 111. Chicago. 111. N e w O r l e a n s 15, La. Elm City. N . C. P h i l a d e l p h i a 40. P a . C o l u m b i a . S. C. Marshall, Texas Lawrence, Kansas G r e e n s b o r o . N . C. Louisville, Ky. W a s h i n g t o n . D . C. Pittsburgh, Pa. C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio

Page 71 A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Alpha Sigma L a m b d a G a m m a Iota L a m b d a Beta Rho Theta Alpha Omicron L a m b d a G a m m a Delta Sigma L a m b d a Alpha Rho Xi L a m b d a Tau B e t a Mu Gamma Kappa Lambda G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Beta Nu Eta Chi G a m m a Iota Beta Gamma B e t a Epsilon Xi L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Psi Omicron Tau Beta Sigma A l p h a Mu Mu L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Kappa Gamma Omicron Beta A l p h a Sigma L a m b d a Beta R h o L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Alpha Rho Lambda Chi L a m b d a Gamma Lambda A l p h a Upsilon Alpha Tau Lambda Xi L a m b d a B e t a Mu Beta Nu Lambda Alpha Rho G a m m a Xi L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a Alpha Rho Gamma Nu Alpha Pi Lambda Beta Lambda Alpha Lambda Psi Beta Xi L a m b d a G a m m a Mu A l p h a Pi L a m b d a A l p h a Epsilon Omicron Lambda Rho Rho A l p h a Delta L a m b d a A l p h a Sigma L a m b d a Eta L a m b d a Rho G a m m a Iota Beta L a m b d a Gamma Rho Lambda Gamma Gamma Lambda Gamma Omicron Psi Theta Lambda A l p h a Eta L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon A l p h a Epsilon G a m m a Xi Xi L a m b d a Upsilon L a m b d a Beta Nu Alpha L a m b d a Beta L a m b d a A l p h a Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Chi Beta Pi L a m b d a G a m m a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Theta Lambda A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Delta L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Alpha A l p h a Nu L a m b d a A l p h a Iota L a m b d a Alpha Alpha G e n . Org. Chi Gen. Org. A l p h a Psi L a m b d a Beta G a m m a L a m b d a B e t a Eta Xi L a m b d a Alpha Phi Lambda Phi Lambda Psi A l p h a Psi L a m b d a A l p h a Sigma Upsilon Kappa Lambda Alpha Lambda Mu L a m b d a Alpha Omicron Lambda

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Page 72 Stark, L l o y d J. Starks, Clifford L. Staves, William H. S t e a m , Hollis Delton Steele, Barrangton G. Steele, C. B., Jr. Steele, Frank Stephens, HenryStephens, Robert E. Stephenson, M. J. Stepto, Robert C. Sterling, Richard L. Sterling, William E.. Jr. Stevens, H a y w o o d Stevens, J a m e s H. Stevens, John M. Stevens, Paul Stevenson, A m o s Stevenson, Ernest F. Stevenson. Thomas Stewart. Charles H. (Dean) Steward, C. R. Stewart, Earl M. (Dr.) Stewart, J. D. (Dr.) Stewart, Jacob T. Stewart, Jadis Stewart, Roland M. Stewart, William B . Stillson. H. H. (Dr.) Stinson. H. (Prof.) Stirrup. E. Franklyn Stith. Hiram Stoby, Reginald Stockman, Edward O. Stokes, William O. Stokes. William R. Stone. E. B. (Dr.) Stone. Robert L. Stott. Richard Stout. Robert A. Stovall. Orlando Strange. Richelieu W. Sirassner. William R. Stratton, Edward W.. Jr. Stratton, Howard ,Dr.) Streator, Julius Strickland. George Strickland, Leonard S. Stickland. Thos. G. Strong, Edward C. Strong, Jack Strode. George Stroud, Leroy Styles. Bertrand C. Sullivan. Ernest. Jr. Sullivan, William Sumlin. Oliver W. Summers, Willis Summersett, Legrand S u m m e y , Oliver, Jr. Sumner, C. Eugene Sutton, Charles Sutton, Chester C. Swain, Robert H. Swann, Roscoe Sweatt. Herman M. Sweatt, James L., Jr., S w e e n e y . O. Sweets, N. A. Swingler, L e w i s O. Swinton, T o n e y V. Swisher, Earl Svlvester, Odell Tabor, Alva Tabor, Norman Talbert, George Talbert, Jacob Talbot, Theodore A. F. Talbot, Walter R. Taliaferro Taliaferro. Chester Taliaferro. Harry A. Talley, Cornell E. (Rev.) Talley, Marshall A Talley, Spurgeon M. Tally, T. W. Talley, William Lincoln Tandy, Vertner Tapley, John Tarkington. Charles M. Tarpley. Charley Tarpley. Marvin Tarver. Daniel C. Tarver, K. E. Tate. B r u c e E. Tate. George Arthur Tate. Stanley Tatum, Elbert L. (Dr.) Tatum. Jewel Tatum, H. Theodore Taylor, A. A. Taylor, Aubrey. J., Jr. Taylor, B e n n i e O.. Jr Taylor, Comoton H.. Jr Taylor, C. R. Taylor, Cyrus B. Taylor. Edward E. Taylor, Gaffney A. Taylor, George" H Taylor. Gerome Taylor. Guv R. Taylor, G. N (Dr.) Taylor, Harold

THE Hampton Institute Wilberforce University 445 P u t n a m A v e . Langston University Wilberforce University Meharry Med. College T u s k e g e e Institute 574 St. Nicholas A v e . 121 Bergen St. 807 H a y s A v e . 5722 Indiana A v e . 3666 N e w Hamp. A v e . Morehouse College 881 Bell St. Tillotson College 880 E. 165th St. 1706 Broadway Langston University 2106 Amsterdam A v e . Southern University Wilberforce University Anderson High School 2155~~Er85th~~St7" Hampton Institute Morgan State College 1301 W. Clark St. Industrial High School 717 Pleasant Boggs A c a d e m y 3242 Charles St. Va. State College 1134 Fulton A v e . 1200 N. W. S i x t h A v e . 208 Homestead A v e . 838 W. Fifth St. 1119 Lincoln 1301 W . Clark 1339 Wm. Howard Taft Rd. 301 South 28th St. Meharry Med. College 1027 E. 10th St. Shaw University 3112 South Western Ave. 5842 Race St. 1348 Euclid 11372 Mitchell Fla. A. & M. College 11371 Mitchell 230 H a m m o n d St. Bosier Parish Tr. Sch. 830 Oakwood Blvd. 402 Kasota St. Clark~Coll~ege"~ 117 Bonair St., S. W. Wilberforce University 1101 Mississippi 921" Holmes StT "" 701 Walker Ave. 1525 Fendall A v e . 704 Lexington Ave. Langston University 34~02~ Delano"" 7910 28th St. 534 W. Walnut St. 1823 Cora 164 Beale St. Allen University 851-A Stalkeway St. 2616 Prospect Ave. 1239 E. 121st St. 2672 Chestnut St. 1816 Constantinople 401 Avondale A v e . Wilberforce University Lincoln University 292 Alger 2533 North Occidental 1513 Stiles St. 3510 Iowa St. 470 W. Fall Creek Blvd. Route 1. B o x 9 908 17th Ave., N. Morehouse College 36 W. 66th St. 611 N. Fourth Ave. 1901 Dodge St. 299 Leath 1491 F e l i x Xavier University YMCA, 80 Center Clark College 407 B e n d e r St. Wiley College

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2676 "Adams' St. Fisk University 814 W. Marshall St. 363 P r i i c e St. Howard University Law Sch. Ky. Statd College Lincoln University Allen University P. O. B o x 725 926 French St. Morehouse College 601 Cherry Ave.. S. E. 1112 E. Eighth St. 900 B e n b o w R o a d

SPHINX Hampton, V a . Wilberforce, Ohio Brooklyn, N. Y. Langston, Okla. Wilberforee, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Alabama N e w York City Newark, N. J. Jackson, Tenn. Chicago, 37, 111. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga. Akron 7, Ohio Austin, T e x a s Bronx, N. Y. Gary, Ind. Langson, Okla. N e w York City Baton Rouge, La. Wilberforce, Ohio Austin, T e x a s Youngstown, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Hampton, Va. Baltimore 12, Md. Urbana, 111. West P a l m Beach, Fla. Hot Springs, Ark. Augusta, Ga. Miami, Fla. Petersburgh, Va. Bronx, N. Y. Miami, Fla. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati. Ohio Urbana, 111. Cincinnati, Ohio Louisville, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Raleigh, N. C. Los A n g e l e s 7, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis. Mo. Detroit 12, Mich. Tallahassee, Fla. Detroit 12, Mich. Pasadena, Calif. Benton, Louisiana Chicago 15, 111. Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Atlanti. Ga. Wilberforce, Ohio Lawrence. Kansas Whiteville, N. C. Hendersonville, N C Norfolk, Va. Richmond, Va Atlantic City, N. J Langston, Okla. Maitland, W. Va. Houston. Texas Galveston, Texas Louisville, Ky. St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Columbia, S. C. Alameda. Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Los Angeles, Calif. Detroit, Mich. N e w Orleans. La Toledo, Ohio Wilberforce. Ohio Jefferson City, Mo Detroit 2. Mich. Los Angeles, Calif. Philadelphia. Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. Indianapolis. Ind. Atkins, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. N e w York, N. Y. Ann Arbor. Mich. Evanston, 111. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis. Tenn. N e w Orleans. La. Beaumont, Texas Akron 8, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Little Rock. Ark. Marshall, T e x a s Beaumont, T e x a s Gary, Indiana Nashville, Tenn. Richmond, Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington, D. C. Frankfort, Ky. Jefferson City. Mo. Columbia, S. C. Colp. 111. Wilmington, Del Atlanta, Ga. Canton, Ohio Chattanooga. Tenn Greensboro, N. C.

May, 1947 Gamma Iota Chi Lambda Gamma Iota Lambda Beta Kappa Xi Chi Alpha Nu Lambda Eta Alpha Alpha Lambda Beta Upsilon Lambda Xi Lambda Mu Lambda Alpha Rho Alpha Tau Delta Eta Gamma Rho Lambda Beta Kappa Alpha Gamma Lambda Beta Sigma Chi Lambda Gamma Eta Lambda Beta Rho Lambda Pi Gamma Iota Beta Alpha Tau Beta Beta Lambda Pi Lambda Alpha Chi Lambda Beta Beta Lambda Beta Gamma Eta Beta Beta Lambda Theta Lambda Theta Lambda Alpha Alpha Tau Alpha Alpha Alpha Lambda Chi Psi Lambda Phi Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Rho Epsilon Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta Nu Gamma Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Beta Iota Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Alpha Pi Alpha Phi Eta Lambda Xi Upsilon Gamma Kappa Lambda Gamma Mu Alpha Phi Lambda Gamma Beta Rho Beta Kappa Alpha Zeta Lambda Alpha Eta Lambda Gen. Org. Alpha Lambda Epsilon Lambda Alpha Delta Lambda Alpha Psi Lambda Alpha Epsilon Gen. Org. Alpha Delta Alpha Upsilon Sigma Lambda Alpha Xi Lambda Beta Zeta Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta Psi Lambda Psi Alpha Omicron Lambda iota Lambda Gamma Delta Tau Lambda Alpha Rho Jewel Epsilon Xi Lambda AlDha Delta Lambda n i ? h a -Tau r D e I t a Lambda Beta Gen. Org. Alpha Tau Alpha Phi Beta Chi Alpha Sigma Gen. Org. Gamma Rho Lambda Tau Lambda Beta Gamma Lambda AlDha Omicron Lambda Alpha Gamma Lambda Gamma Beta Lambda Beta Zeta Lambda Alpha Psi Lambda Beta Eta Gamma Theta Lambda Eta Lambda Alpha Tau Psi Lambda r Kappa Lambda p â&#x20AC;˘


May, 1947 Taylor. Harold D. (Dr.) Taylor, Harry Taylor, Henry C. Taylor, J. A. Taylor, James E.. Jr, Taylor, Jessie E. Taylor, John Taylor, J. T. Taylor, Lawrence Taylor, Leslie Taylor, Lish D. Taylor, Louis Taylor, Lurrie V. Taylor, Mallle C. Taylor, Marion M. Taylor, Mervin Taylor, Raymond L. Taylor, R. B. (DDS) Taylor, Robert Taylor, Rodger Taylor, Royal W. (Dr.) Taylor, William A. Taylor, William H., Jr. Taylor, Samuel Telfair, George D. Temple, William H. Terrell, Mason C. Terrell, Wendell Terrelle, Wendolyn Terry, Clifford E. (MD) Terrill, Levi M. (Rev.) Terry, Henry C . Jr. Terry, Jack Terry, J. L. Terry, John Terry, Lewis S. Thigpeh, Donald (Dr.) Thomas, Albert Thomas, Alexander W. Thomas, Art Thomas, Charles J. Thomas, Charles W. Thomas, Chester B. Thomas. Clarence H. Thomas, Claude Thomas, Earl D. Thomas, Francis Ashe Thomas, Franklin W. Thomas, Fred Thomas, Harold Thomas Harold E. Thomas, Henry P. Thomas, Henry R. Thomas, James Thomas, James L. Thomas. J. Harrison Thomas, Joseph Thomas, Joseph Thomas, Lawrence L. Thomas, Lee. Thomas, Nichols B. Thomas, Ollice M. Thomas Raymond Thomas, Robert Thomas, Tavlor Thomas, T. V. Thomas, Vincent A. Thomas, Wilhelm D.. Sr. Thomas, William D. Thomas, William Edward Thomas, William N. Thompson, Alvin K. Thompson, Aston L. Thompson, B. H. Thompson, C. E. (Dr.) Thompson. Charles M. Thompson, Donald L. Thompson, Edwin A. Thompson, F. Maxwell Thompson, Frank F., (Dr.) Thompson, Frank F„ Sr. (Dr.) Thompson, Frank H. Thompson, Frank L. Thompson, James Thompson, James E. Thompson, John B. Thompson, Hale B„ Jr. Thompson, H. Leonarde Thompson, H. Maurice Thompson, Milton (Rev.) Thompson. M. S. ThomDson, Raymond L. Thompson. R. B. Thompson. Robert Thomnson, Rufus Thompson, S. H., Jr. Thompson. S. H., Sr. Thompson. T. Roger Thompson, W. A. (Dr.) Thompson. William Thompson, William E. Thompson. William R. (Dr.) Thome, Norwood A. Thornton. Alva S., Sr. Thornton. F. T. (Rev.) Thornton James Thornton. H. James Thornton. J. G. (Dr.) Thornton. Max Thornton. William Thornton. William F. Thorpe, Edwin M. Thurman, A. Odell

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Page 74 T h u r m o n d . F e l i x C. Thurston. Bennett N. Tildon, T. T. (Dr.) Tiller, S a m p s o n , Jr., T i l l m a n , F. R. Tillman, J a m e s T i l l m a n , L i s b o n U. Tisdale, John- H. Tisdale, R o b e r t E. (Dr.) T o b i a s . C h a n n i n g H. (Dr.) Tobin, A u b r e y Toland. F r a n k Tolbert, Thomas Toles, C a e s a r F. Toles. E d w a r d B . Toliver, H. O. Toilette. T r u m a n Toole, R. H. T o m l i n s o n . A l b e r t D. T o m p k i n s , F. J. (Dr.) T o m s . C h a r l e s M. T o n e y , L e e A. T o n e y , T o r r i s J. Tonsler, J . C. T o w n s , M. B . T o w n s , Ross E. T o w n s e n d . A. M>, Sr. Townsend. Leo T r a c e y , J o h n C. T r a m m e l . H e n r y M. T r a v i s , E d w a r d A. T r a v i s . V i c t o r E. T r e n h o l m , H a r p e r C. (Dr.) T r i b b e t t , C h a r l e s A. T r i b b i t . R. M. T r i b b i t t . R. M i l t o n (Dr.) T r i g g , E. G. (Dr.) Trigg, H a r o l d S. T r i p l e t t , W a l l a c e III. T r o t t e r , J a m e s M. T r u d e a r , A. M a k e l Truitt. Adolphus T u c k e r , H a r v e y V. ( A t t ' y ) Tucker. Sterling T u n s t a l l . G. P . T u r e a u d . A l e x a n d e r P. T u r n e r , A. L a u r e n t Turner, B. Turner. Charles T u r n e r , D a r w i n T. T u r n e r , E. M. T u r n e r , F o r a k e r L. Turney, Harold Turner, Harvey T u r n e r , H e n r y C. (Dr.) Turner. Jasper Turner, John Turner. Joseph T u r n e r , R. E a d r a s Turner. Spencer T u r n e r , William C. T u r n q u e s t . H a r o l d A. T u r p e a u , Michel M. T u t t . J o h n M. T w i n e r , L a f a y e t t e J. T y l e r , A n d r e w R. ( A t t ' y ) Tyler, Ralph T y r e e , L o u i s C. Tyson, J a m e s G. Tyson, William R. T y u s , C. C. (Dr.) Tyus. Randall Underwood. Jefferson U t l e y . J a m e s H. Utterback. Emory V a l e n t i n e . G e o r g e H. Van B u r e n , W. Clifton Van Hook.. W a r r e n K. V a u g h n . G. H. Vaughn. Norman V a u g h n s . W y m a n M. Veal, T i m o t h y R. Venerable. Grant Veney. Frank Von A v e r y . H e n r y Waddy. Joseph W a d d y . L e o n M. (Dr.) Wade. Emmett Wade. John W a d e , P r i m u s C. W a d d l e s . H e n r y A. W a d l e y . G r e e n W. Wagner, Daniel W a g n e r . David H. Waits. J o n a s Leliall W a l k e r . A. J. (Dr.) Walker, Arnold B. Walker, Charles W a l k e r . C h a r l e s C. W a l k e r , F . E. Walker. Harold W a l k e r . H a r r y J. W a l k e r . J . M., J r . Walker. John B. W a l k e r , J. W i l b e r W a l k e r , L i n w o o d P.. J r . W a l k e r . Melvin W. Walker. Thomas Carl W a l k e r . William H. W a l k e r . William H. W a l l a c e . Calvin P h i l e m o n W a l l a c e . C h a r l e s C. Wallace, E a r n e s t L .

THE 1005 E. L e u d a St. V e t e r a n s Hospital M o r e h o u s e College 1002 Vilos 2420 W h i t t i e r . Apt. 11 2059 E. 71st St. 1720 U n d e r w o o d 123 1-2 M o n r o e St. 101 P a r k Ave. 20 A d a P l a c e S t a t e A. & M. College 3305 H o l m e s 2700 F l o r a 100 N. La Salle St. B o x 797 T a l l a d e g a College 105 S. P e a r s o n St. Box 254, A. & T. College 4614 W o o d l a n d Ave. 2823 Olive 121 Wilson St. T e n n . S t a t e College Hoosier Hall 708 C h a r l o t t e St. N o r t h Car. College 1211 W i l l a r d 421 E. 45th P l a c e 2800 C h e s t n u t A v e . 1312 1-2 E. 25th St. S t a t e T e a c h e r s College 49 D i c k e r s o n St. 211 E l m St.. N. W. 28 N. 20th St. Tuskegee Institute 63 A u b u r n Ave.. N. E. 119 N. B a r n a r d St. L o c k b u r n e Air B a s e Xaxier Universitv 761 F r a s e r St.. S. E. 11 N o r t h J e f f e r s o n A v e . 786 E u c l i d A v e . 4166 E n r i g h t A v e . 1975 N . R o c h e b l a v e St. 3321 Giles A v e . 3384 E. F o r t 6030 N o r t h f i e l d 716 Mt. H o p e R o a d 5100 B e a u b i e n 439 E. 48th P l a c e Wilberforce University P r a i r e View College 451 B e a c o n St. 2304 S e v e n t h A v e . N . C. College Bluefield S t a t e College 4305 S o u t h P a r k w a y 900 P r a i r i e A v e . T e n n . S t a t e College Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y W. Va. S t a t e College 1108 P h i l l i p s St. 121 N. D u b u q u e St. 462 W. 146th St. 34 E. 7th A v e . 547 E. 60th St. 3533 N. H. Ave.. N. W. 888 G r a n d A v e . 73 N. 17th St. 38 E. 57th St. 47 E l m w o o d St. L a n e College Fisk U n i v e r s i t y Wilberforce University 6415 H a r t f o r d p r d . B o x " 457 ~ U n i v e r s i t y of P i t t s b u r g h 4432 S. P a r k w a y 4311-A P a i g e 2921 B u d l o n g Ave. 430 E. 23rd St. 766 A u b e r t 3536 N. H. Ave.. N. W. 6246 H e r m i t a g e St. 818 Garfield Fisk U n i v e r s i t v 124 1-2 N. G r e e n w o o d St. Virginia Union University 1113 G o v e r n o r St. 4935 Sheriff R o a d . N. E. A. a n d T. College Wilberforce University M o r g a n S t a t e College 109 H u n t i n g t o n P l a c e 5lT"w7~49th~~St.~~~ 1134 N . F u l t o n A v e . 513 E. C h e s t n u t 4936 V i n c e n n e s A v e . 800 C a m e r o n Ave. 825 B r o a d St.. N. W. 134 L i n d b e r g h St. 1249 N . S i x t h St. 10119 A d a m s 1059 Fifth St.. N. W i t h e r s p o o n Bldg. D o r m . 3, P o l l o c k Circ. 140 N. P a t t e r s o n St. A. a n d T. College Fisk University

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May, 1947 Beta Tau Lambda Pi Alpha Nu Lambda Alpha Rho Beta Eet L a m b d a Alpha Eta Pi Tau Lambda A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Alpha Gamma Lambda Rho Lambda B e t a Delta A l p h a Sigma L a m b d a Alpha Sigma Lambda Xi L a m b d a Alpha Nu Lambda Alpha Beta Phi Lambda B e t a Epsilon Rho Beta Lambda A l p h a Iota L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a Tau Lambda G a m m a Eta Life M e m b e r Gamma Beta Epsilon Xi L a m b d a Zeta L a m b d a Beta Lambda A l p h a Upsilon L a m b d a Zeta Beta Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha Nu Lambda Eta L a m b d a Gamma Nu Alpha Rho Lambda Beta Tau Eta Lambda Epsilon L a m b d a Alpha Tau Epsilon L a m b d a Sigma L a m b d a Alpha Mu Gamma Lambda A l p h a Upsilon Alpha Alpha Gamma Lambda Xi L a m b d a Xi A l p h a Eta L a m b d a Sigma Eta Gamma Beta A l p h a Zeta L a m b d a Xi L a m b d a Alpha Alpha Beta Omicron Nu Alpha Zeta A l p h a Chi L a m b d a Alpha Theta Eta Kappa Xi L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Zeta Alpha Rho Lambda Alpha G a m m a L a m b d a Beta Upsilon Beta PI A l p h a Chi Chi L a m b d a A l p h a Upsilon A l p h a Zeta Alpha Pi Lambda Omicron Theta Epsilon L a m b d a B e t a Psi L a m b d a Delta L a m b d a Epsilon L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a Alpha Omicron L a m b d a Beta Lambda A l p h a Chi Alpha Tau Lambda Gamma G a m m a Zeta L a m b d a Mu L a m b d a B e t a Epsilon Delta L a m b d a Alpha Alpha Pi G e n . Org. Delta L a m b d o B e t a Eta Xi L a m b d a A l p h a Pi L a m b d a Alpha Tau Gamma Gamma Lambda Kappa Pi A l p h a Zeta Psi G a m m a Nu Gamma Nu B e t a Epsilon A l p h a Chi


May, 1947 Wallace, H e n r y Wallace, H e r s c h e l , J r . Wallace, J o n a t h a n Wallace, L. H u d s o n Wallace, J . W. Wallace, Lorenzo Wallace, P e a r l Wallace, William J. L. Wallar, C h a r l e s Wallar, J o h n A. Waller, William Walls, J o h n H . Walser, P a u l W a l t e r , E a r l L. W a l t e r s , W a r r e n (Dr.) Walton, Morris W a l t o n , U. S. W a n s e r , Calvin C. W a n z o , Elvin H. W a r d , A. W a y m a n W a r d , A. Wesley W a r d , B u r g e s s M. Ward, Charles Ward, Greed F. W a r d , E d g a r E. W a r d , H a r r y C. W a r d , J o s e p h H. Ward, Lee A r t h u r W a r d , O m a r K. W a r d , R i c h a r d H. (Dr.) W a r d , Willis Wardlow, Albert W a r d l a w , Alvin W a r d l a w , J a m e s T. W a r i n g , J o h n P. W a r e , E. E., Sr. W a r e , J o h n L. Ware, Howland W a r e , L u t h e r D. W a r n e r , William Oliver W a r r , R i c h a r d A. Warr, Robert Warren, Campbell W a r r e n , C h a r l e s L (Rev.i W a r r e n , C h a r l e s P. W a r r e n , Felix Warren, George B. Warren, Roderick W a r r e n , S. C. (Dr.) Warren, Simeon W a r r e n , William A. W a r r i c k , William H.. J r . W a r t m a n . C h a r l e s J. W a s h i n g t o n , B o o k e r T. Washington, Charles W a s h i n g t o n . C h a r l e s W. W a s h i n g t o n , C h e s t e r L., J r . Washington, Eugene W a s h i n g t o n , F o r r e s t e r B. W a s h i n g t o n , G r o v e r C. Washington, Kenneth W a s h i n g t o n , L e o n a r d S. W a s h i n g t o n , Miles S., J r . W a s h i n g t o n , T. W. W a s h i n g t o n , W. N . W a s h i n g t o n . W a l t e r L. Waterman, Benj. F. W a t e r s . Alfred Waters, Paul W a t e r s , W a l t e r s S. Watkins, Elmo Watkins, Levi W a t k i n s , T h o m a s . Sr. Watkins, Thomas, Jr. Watkins. Walter W a t l e y , F . R. Watley, F l e m o n Watlington, Joseph Watson, Donald Lawrence W a t s o n , R o b e r t E., J r . W a t t s , A l b e r t H. W a t t s , C l e v e l a n d H. Watts, Faulkner Watts, Leon Watts, Robert P. W a u g h , B a s c o m S. Waugh, George Waugh. Robert W e a t h e r f o r d , A. E. W e a t h e r l y , Willie C. W e a t h e r s . E. Garfield W e a t h e r s . H. H. (Dr.) Weaver. Charles Weaver, Darrington W e a v e r , E d w i n E. W e a v e r , Neal Weaver. Paul W e b b . C h a r l e s O. W e b b e r , H e n r y W. W e b b e r . P a u l R. W e b e r , E a r l S. (Dr.) W e b s t e r , C. H. Webster, H a r r y Webster. Thomas W e b s t e r . T y r e c J. W e e d e r , H. P . (Dr.) Weiss. L e v i n Welch. W. S. Welch, Wilson Q. Welch, Winfred B r u c e Welch. W o o d i c P . Welcome. Joseph James. Jr. Wclford, G e o r g e A.

THE 6035 28th St. 4841 P r a i r i e Ave. 907 E. I r m a St. 3308 I n d i a n a A v e . Shaw University M o r e h o u s e College 3030 G i l b e r t A v e . 2606 Gilpin St. N. C. College 1631 W. J e f f e r s o n St. S h a w t o n High School 1545 E. 33rd St. 1924 N . W. 5th Ct. N i n t h St. YMCA 688 V a n c e Hampton Institute 1700 St. A n t o i n e 538 E. 34th St. Wilberforce University P o r t e r , Okla 4426 P a g e Blvd. 10321 W e s t c h e s t e r A v e . 2908 C o c h r a n 2547 N . Q u i n c y St. 2541 N . Q u a k e r St. B o x 750 902 E. Main St. 2219 D o w l i n g 532 B e l m o n t M o r e h o u s e College M o r e h o u s e College 5717 F o r t y - t h i r d A v e . 141 W. 144th St. F l o r i d a A. & M. College 1107 32nd S t r e e t 216 T St.. N . W. M o r e h o u s e College M o r e h o u s e College 1165 C a n n o n St. Fisk U n i v e r s i t y 209 H i g h l a n d A v e . 1218 Magnolia St. 2306 F o s t e r St. 250 A u b u r n A v e " N . E r G r e e n H o u s e U. of Mich S o u t h e r n Br. P . O. B o x 942 1053 E. H u m b o l t St. 124 R i t t e n h o u s e St. 268 Eliot 306 N . 6th St. W. Va. S t a t e College 1300 Fifth A v e . 2628 C e n t e r A v e . T e n n . S t a t e College 247 H e n r y St.. S. W. 390 W i l d e r Fisk U n i v e r s i t y Southern University Lincoln U n i v e r s i t v 1910 D i v i s i d a r o St. Tuskegee Institute 3223 13th St.. N . W. Wilberforce Universitv 1091 S t e r l i n g P l a c e M o r g a n S t a t e College 344 S t a t e St. 162 Milton St.. S. W. Douglass J r . H. S. 426 N . McDowell St. 426 N. McDowell St. ?624 S p r i n g R50 B e c k w i t h St.. S. W. 992 B e c k w i t h St S. W. 2222 W. B e r k s St. 140 N . P a t t e r s o n St. 154 N. M o n r o e A v e . â&#x20AC;˘116 F r a s e r St.. S. E. U n i v e r s i t v of P i t t s b u r g h 180 W. 135th St. Fla. A. a n d M. College 30 L e w i s P l a c e 18R2 S. T e n t h St. 2660 S. R a y m o n d 1051 N . L a n s i n g St. 1420 Oak w o o d A v e . 1342 B u r d e t t 111 B r a n d W h i t l o c k H o n " 1421 K a n s a s A v e . 351 K. 33rd St. 351 E. 33rd St. 1901 E m p o r i a 1110 W a s h i n g t o n Blvd. 351 E. 33rd St. 249 N i n t h Ct.. N . 2016 G e r v a i s St. S t a t e College 779 Carroll A v e . 1R19 Jefferson St Bluefield S t a t e College 1805 V i n e St. A. M. a n d N . College 814 Fifth St. 5461 Roosevelt 1552 A l e a t r a z A v e . Fisk U n i v e r s i t y Wilberforce Universitv M o r e h o u s e College

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SPHINX D e t r o i t , Mich. Chicago, 111. F o r t W o r t h 3, T e x a s Chicago, 111. R a l e i g h . N . C. Atlanta, Ga. C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio I n s t i t u t e , W. Va. S t a u n t o n , Va. D e n v e r , Colo. D u r h a m , N . C. Louisville, K y . Lillington, N . C. Los A n g e l e s 11,- Calif. Miaim, Fla. C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio Memphis, Tenn. H a m p t o n , Va. D e t r o i t 26. Mich. Chicago, 111. Wilberforce, Ohio M u s k o g e e , Okla. St. L o u i s . Mo. C l e v e l a n d 8. Ohio Dallas, T e x a s Tulsa 6, Okla. Tulsa 6. Okla. S t i l l w a t e r , Okla. X e n i a , Ohio Houston. Texas D e t r o i t 2, Mich. Atlanta, Ga. A t l a n t a , Ga. Minneapolis, Minn. N e w Y o r k City T a l l a h a s s e e , Fla. O a k l a n d . Calif. W a s h i n g t o n 1. D. C Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta. Ga. M e m p h i s 6. T e n n . Nashville. T e n n . C o l u m b u s . Ohio O a k l a n d , Calif. E v a n s t o n , 111. I n s t i t u t e , W. V. A t l a n t a , Ga. A n n A r b o r . Mich. B a t o n R c e e . La. Beckley. W. V. Fort Worth. Texas P h i l a d e l p h i a 44. P a . D e t r o i t 1. Mich. W i l m i n g t o n . N. C. I n s t i t u t e , W. Va. Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Nashville. Tenn. Atlanta. Ga. Dallas. T e x a s Nashville. Tenn. B a t o n Rouge, La. Pennsyvania. Pa. San F r a n c i s c o . Calif T u s k e g e e , Ala. W a s h i n g t o n . D. C. W i l b e r f o r c e . Ohio B r o o k l y n . N . Y. B a l t i m o r e . Md. Clairton, P a . A t l a n t a . Ga. P a r s o n . Kans=><: C h a r l o t t e , N. C. C h a r l o t t e . N . C. Little Roek, A r k . A t l a n t a . Ga. A t l a n t a . Ga. PhiladelDbia 21 P a . S t a t e College. P a . C o l u m b u s 3. Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Pittsburgh, Pa. N e w Y o r k Citv Tallahassee. Fla. St. L o u i s , Mo. C a m d e n , N . J. Los Angeles 7. Calif. Tulsa 6, Okla Raleigh, N . C. C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio Toledo. Ohio E .St. L o u i s . Ill Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles. Calif. M u s k o g e e . Okla. K a n s a s City. K a n s a s Los A n g e l e s . Calif. B i r m i n g h a m 4. Ala. C o l u m b i a . S. C. O r a n g e b u r g . S. C. St. P a u l . M i n n . Nashville. Tenn. Bluefield. Va. K a n s a s Citv. Mo. P i n e Bluff. Ark. L v n c h b u r g . Va. D e t r o i t . Mich. R e r k e l e v . Calif. Nashville. T e n n . Atlanta, Ga. Wilberforce. Ohio Atlanta. Ga. Elizabeth. N . J.

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Page 76 Wells, Aaron O. Wells, A. J. Wells, Grady Wells, Waymon A. Wesley, Charles H. (Dr.) Wesley, Charles Harris Wesley, Claude A. Wesley, F. E. Wessels, William Cornell Wesson, Edgar West, A. E. (Dr.) West, Arthur West, Charles Bradley West, E. M. West, Fred R., Jr. West, Frederick R. (Dr.) West, James T. A. West, Thomas A. Wathers, William H. (Dr.) Whalum, Hugh David Wheaton, John H. Wheeler, Rudolph D. Wheelock, Frederick Whetstone. W. Wesley Whibby, Thomas W. Whigham. Herbert H (Dr.) Whims, Broadus Whisiker, Henry Whisiker, Henry (Dr.) Whitaker, Albert T.. Sr. White, A. T., Jr. White, Albert White, Artis Andre White, Clinton White, Delmar W . Jr. White, Gerald White, J. A. (Dr.) White, James White, James W.. Jr. White. J. Arnett White, Lowell White, Luther White, Milton J. White. Reginald S. White. Robert M. White, R. Osceola White. R. W. (Dr.) White. T. M.( Dr.) White, William H. White. William I. Whitefield. David J. Whltlock. Orthell Whitman. Samuel R. Whitney, Francis E. Whitsett, James Whitted, Van S. Whittenberg. E. D. Wicher, Henrv S. Wenggins, Herbert (Dr.) Wiley. Joe Willard Wiley. Walter E. Wilhoite. U. Wilkes. James C. Wilkes. Mason Wilkerson, John D. Wilkerson. Robert Henry Wilkins, E. M. Wilks, Alvin L. Willas. Noah E. Willette. Lawrence Williams. Alfonso L. Williams. Arthur C. Williams. Benjamin A. Williams, Bismarck Samuel Williams, Booker T. Williams, C. A. Williams, C Arnold Williams, Charles (Prof.) Williams, Charles Williams. Charles Williams, Charles L. Williams. Clarence Williams. Daniel A. Wililams. Delfnrd G.. Jr. Williams, Edwin J. Williams, Eldridffe F. Williams. Elijah B. Williams, Ferdinand D. Williams. George William, George H Williams, George L. Wililams. Hamp Williams, Henry L. Williams, Henry S. Williams, Jack O. Williams, J. Coleman Williams. J. D. Williams, J. Mayo Williams, John Williams. John Calvin Williams. John H. Williams. J. Oscar Williams. L. E. (Dr.) Williams. L. H Williams. Lloyd Williams. Lucius A.. Jr. Williams. Lyman Williams. McDonald Williams, Mitchell H. Williams. Murdoch Williams. Nathaniel Williams, Obadiah Williams. Otis S.

THE Howard University 916 South St. Howard University 6606 Thurman Ave. Wilberforce University Wilberforce University 501 12th Ave.. N. Box 596 1117 York Street A. M. & N. College 1839 Bainbridge St. Howard University 2811 Brooklyn 2522 Humboldt Hampton Institute Peach Archard Lane 424 E. King St. 914 E. 2nd St. 4703 S. Parkway Wilberforce University 92 Virginia Ave. 364 Forrest St. 30 Symphony Road 416 Ninth Ct.. N. 5221 Michigan Ave. 38 Madison Avenue 1228 W. Lafayette Ave. 309 Park St. 309 Park St. 11 Edgecombe Terrace 234 E. Market St. Washington High School Morehouse College 1050 Coolidga St. 17127 McKay Green House U. of Mich. 1028 Pennsylvania Ave. Wiley College Wiley College 6031 Everhart Ave. 9722 " North" Blvd. 1085 Harwell St., N. W. W. Va. State College Kv State College 206 4th Ave., South 1006 Ninth St. 4752 Cecil 2600 Paseo 6142 South Park Ave. 90 Trowbridge Ky. State College Tenn. State College 102 S. Virginia St. University of Pittsburgh 337 W. 138th St. Ate 2 B 28 Walhallag St. Xavier University 3016 Emmet St. 1201 E. 18th 2600 Lakeview Ave. 1019 First Ave., S. W. Va. State College 1301 W. Clark St. 1183 East Blvd. 913 E. Third St. 1003 Leath 180 W. 135th St. 1229 Coosa St.

137 Stephen St. Box 297 158 Lincoln St. 4406 W. Belle St. Morehouse College R14 Bartlette St. 310 Brown St. Morean State College 17 Twelfth St. 34 Trotter St. 2681 Monroe St. 1200 N. W. 6th Ave. 605 N. 55th St. 709 E. Moore St. 681 E. Vernon Highway 2181 E. 81st St. A. and T. College 2419 Ainger PI., S. E. 191 Bloomfield Ave. Meharry Mad. College Lincoln University Xavier University Southern University 2140 E. 83rd St. 2844 Pine St. 1101 Mississippi 609 E. 62nd St.. Apt. 2 504 Boston 604 E. 51st St. 2290 E. 100th St. Morehouse College 731 Girard St.. N. W. 1017 Sixtieth St. mi4 1-2 W. Tenth 119 N. Greenwood St. 811 Fremont St. 1301 W. Clark 1707 S. Street. N. W. 533 E. Market St. Dorm. 2. Pollock Circ. Wilberforce University ^isk University .T. C. Smith University Samuel Huston College

SPHINX Washington, D. C. Norfolk, Va. Washington, D. C. Dallas, Texas Wilberforce, Ohio Wilberforce. Ohio Birmingham 4. Ala Wetumka, Okla. Ailen, S. C. Nashville, Ark. Philadelphia. Pa. Washington, D. C. Kansas City, Mo. Denver, Colorado Hampton, Va. Baltimore, Md. Tulsa 6, Okla. Hopkinsville, Ky. Chicago, 111. Wilberforce, Ohio Jersey City. N. J. Jersey City, N. J. Boston, Mass. Birmingham 4. Ala. Chicago, 111. Montclair, N. J. Baltimore, Md. Bluefield, W. Va. Bluefield, W. Va. Raleigh, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. London, W. Va. Atlanta, Ga. Berkeley, Calif. Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor. Mich. Baltimore. Md. Marshall, Texas Marshall, Texas Chicago, 111. Columbus, Ohio Cleveland 8, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Institute, W. Va. Frankfort. Ky. Birmingham, Ala. Augusta, Ga. Detroit 10, Mich Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, 111. Detroit 2, Mich. Frankfort, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Hopkinsville, Ky. Pittsburgh, Pa. New York City Greenwood, S. C. New Orleans. La. Omaha, Nebr. Pine Bluff, Ark. Dayton, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Institute, W. Va. Urbana, 111. Cleveland 8. Ohio Okmulgee, Okla. Memphis, Tenn. New York City Birmingham, Ala. Belleville, N. J. Chadbourn, N. C. Montclair, N. J. St. Louis. Mo. Atlanta, Ga. Columbia, S. C. Greenville. S. C. Baltimore 12. Md. Humboldt. Tenn. Roxbury, Mass. Gary, Indiana Miami, Fla. Philadelphia 31, Pa. Fayetteville. N. C. Detroit 1, Mich. Cleveland. Ohio Greensboro, N. C. Washington 29. D. C. Montclair. N. J. Nashville. Tenn. Jefferson City. Mo. New Orleans. La. Baton Rouge. La. Cleveland, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Lawrence Kansas Chicago, 111. Memphis. Tenn. Chicago, 111. Cleveland. Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Washington 1. D. C. Oakland, Calif. Little Rock. Ark. Tulsa 3, Okla. Norfolk. Va. Urbana, 111. Washington 9. D. C. Xenia. Ohio State College. Pa. Wilberforce, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Charlotte, N. C. Austin, Texas

May, 1947 Beta. Alpha Phi Lambda Beta Alpha Sigma Lambda Life Member Chi Lambda Omicron Lambda Beta Epsilon Lambda Alpha Zeta Gamma Delta Rho Beta Beta Lambda Gen. Org. Gamma Iota Delta Lambda Alpha Tau Lambda Gamma Epsilon Lambda Xi Lambda Xi Eta Beta Alpha Lambda Sigma Omicron Lambda Xi Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Delta Lambda Alpha Zeta Lambda Alpha Zeta Lambda Phi Lambda Kappa Lambda Alpha Iota Lambda Alpha Rho Alpha Epsilon Alpha Upsilon Epsilon Delta Lambda Gen. Org. Alpha Sigma Xi Lambda Kappa Pi Eta Lambda Alpha Zeta ' Gamma Beta Lambda Omicron Lambda Alpha Chi Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta Lambda Xi Lambda Gamma Lambda Beta Mu Beta Omicron Gamma Epsilon Lambda Omicron Alpha Gamma Lambda Gamma Gamma Lambda Beta Tau Beta Xi Lambda Gamma Delta Theta Lambda Tau Lambda Alpha Zeta Tau Pi Alpha Tau Lambda Alpha Delta Lambda Eta Omicron Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Gamma Kappa Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Epsilon Lambda Alpha Rho Alpha Psi Lambda Gamma Gamma Lambda Beta Alpha Beta Upsilon Lambda Sigma Gamma Eta Beta Beta Lamb.da Psi Phi Lambda Gamma Lambda Pi Kappa Lambda Mu Lambda Alpha Alpha Lambda Chi Beta Zeta Lambda Sigma Lambda Beta Sigma Pi Epsilon Lambda Upsilon Xi Lambda' Alpha Delta Lambda Xi Lambda Pi Alpha Rho Mu Lambda Alpha Epsilon Pi Lambda Alpha Tau Lambda Alpha Phi Lambda Tau Mu Lambda Chi Lambda Gamma Nu Chi Lambda Alpha Chi Alpha Omicron Beta Zeta


May, 1947 Williams, Pearl D . (Dr.) Williams, Robert Williams, Robert B. Williams, Robert Jenkins Williams, Richard C. Williams, Rolling Williams, Roy Williams, Rufus Ollie Williams, S. B. Williams, T. Wendell Williams, Vernon B . Williams, Waldo R. Williams. William E. Williams. Willis Williamson, Earle A. Williamson, Theodore Willie, Charles Vert Willie, Joseph R. Willie, Louis J. Willis, Edward L. Willis, Linford R. Willis. P. Wayner Williston, Thomas A. Willoughby, Winston C. Wills. J a m e s Wills, J. N. WiUs, Noal Edgar Jr. Wills, Noah E., Sr. Wilmore, Gayraud Wilson, A. C. Wilson, Alfred H. Wilson, Arthur L. Wilson, Charles Wilson, Charles H., Jr. Wilson, Charles Richard Wilson, Clarence H. Wilson, Clay M. (Dr. Wilson, Edward Wilson, Ernest T. Wilson, Frank B. Wilson, George W. Wilson. Herbert A. Wilson, Herbert E., II. Wilson, Henry Wilson, H. F. V. Wilson, H. I. (Dr.) Wilson, Hugh F. Wilson, Jasper Wilson, J. J. (Dr.) Wilson, J. T. Wilson, J. W. Wilson, Lucious A. Wilson, Lucious A. Wilson, Maynard Wilson, Milton Wilson, M. L. Wilson. Prince E. Wilson, R. A. Wilson, Sherman L. Wilson, T. R. Wilson. Walter Wilson, Wendell Winder, J o h n H. Windsor, George H. Winfield, Prentice H. E. Winfield, S. A. Winters, O. Wilson Wise, Henry, Jr. Wise, John Julius Womack, William M. Wood, C. W. Wood, Eugene W. Wood, Henderson K. Wood. J o h n Wood. L. Harold Wood, Roger A. Wood, W. A r v e y Woodley, Nelson E. Woods, Charles D. Woods, Ellis. Jr. Woods, E. W. Woods. J. Câ&#x20AC;&#x17E; Jr. Woods, Marques Elfred Woods, William D. Woodson, G. F., Jr. Woodson, L e w i s P. Woodson, William B . Woodward. Jerome A. Woody, Leo. L. Woody, T. Colson Woolfolk, George Wooten, Hargrove Worlds, Robert Wortham. Albert D. Wray, William W. Wrenn, Robert Worsham, A. J. Worsham, Darius Wortham. Clem Wright, Wilbert H. (Dr.) Wright, Arnold W. Wright. A. W. Wright, Carter Wright, Carter R., Jr. Wright, E. Shepard (MD) Wright. George Wright. Giles Wright, Lawrence Wright. Leonard C. Wright. Lucien C. Wright, Milton S. J. Wright. Nathaniel, Jr. Wright, Robert K.

THE 2908 Harper St. Howard University 276 E. Warren Morehouse College 211 Elm St.. N . W. Howard University 258 N. 20th St. Dorm. 2, Pollock Circ. Route 4, No. 526 210 Glen 4737 St. Lawrence Ave. 818 S. S i x t h St. 202 E. Spring St. Philander Smith College 1304 E. Long St. Lincoln University Morehouse College 1015 Catherine 1131 E. Terrell St. 1184 Fourteenth St. 821 Greene 1204 Que St., N. W. 447 K e n y o n St., N. W. University of Pittsburgh 423 Hague Morehouse College 1229 Coosa St. Lincoln University 2615 Olive 4708 L e w i s Place YMAC 202 Spring St. 1164 Pacific St. 69 Dickerman St. Dorm. 8, Pollock Circ. 4358-A Cook A v e . 1521 Tyler St. 1821 Chestnut St. 1301 W. Clark 4300 St. Ferdinand Texas College 418 E. 8th St. 3220 Hudson St. 740 Langdon A v e . 141 Huntmgtori ~Pir" ~ 6435 Eberhart Ky. State College 1405 Kivett Drive P. O. B o x 87 720 W. Broad St. 1404 A n n e St. 1404 A n n e St. 1526 Beattyford Road Va. State College Colored High School Morris B r o w n College Tenn. State College 1007 E. Pulaski St. 1921 Davis St. University of Pittsburg 126 E. 47th St. 1939 W. Lafayette St. 2001 11th St., N. W. 2204 Emerson St. Tillotson College 15 Curren Arcade Va. Union University State College 135 Kenilworth, Apt. 4 Fla. A. & M. College 4634 Michigan, A v e . 418 E. Eighth St. 1509 Outten St. 413 E. State St. 425 B a x t e r 35 Park Road 609 E. 60th St. Knoxville, College 531 N. Detroit, St. 531 N. Detroit, St. 223 Deadrick Ave. Morris B r o w n College 1001 Danner Ave. 2112 W. Tarade St. 7718 B o n h o m m e S h a w University 1320 Clifton. Apt. G. 2061 Bush St. 163 Oakwood Ave. Prairie V i e w College Xavier University Star Route 1834 E. 52nd St. 1112 N. E. 5th St. 5759 St. Elmo 323 Lexington A v e . 323 Lexington Ave. 929 Fremont St. 3837 Clinton Ave. 740 Langdon Ave. Fla. A. & M. College 10912 Grantwood Ave. Bruce Bldg. 6th St. 1602 Charles St. 4018 Eagle St. 3837 Clinton Ave., S. 125 Willowdale Ave. 1304 E. Long St. Wilberforce University 1332 Raymiller St. Fla. A. & M. College

SPHINX Berkeley, Calif. Washington. D . C. Detroit, Mich. Atlanta, Ga. Washington 1, D. C. Washington, D . C. Columbus, Ohio State College, Pa. Houston, T e x a s Ann Arbor, Mich. Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. Columbus, Ohio Little Rock, Ark. Columbus, Ohio Jefferson City, Mo. Atlanta, Ga. Marshall, T e x a s Ann Arbor, Mich. Fort Worth, Texas Des moines, Iowa Ann Arbor, Mich. Washington, D. C. Washington, D . C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Detroit 2, Mich. Atlanta. Ga. Birmingham 4, Ala. Pennsylvania Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Columbus, Ohio Brooklyn, N. Y. N e w Haven, Conn. State College, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Berkeley, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Urbana, 111. St. Louis, Mo. Tyler. T e x a s Bloomington, Ind. Detroit. Mich. Madison, Wis. Hominy, Okla. Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago 37, 111. Frankfort, Ky. Greensboro, N. C. D u e West. S. C. Savannah, Ga. Norfolk, Va. Norfolk, Va. Charlotte, N. C. Petersburg, Va. Selma. N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Fort Worth, Texas Jacksonville, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Los Angeles, Calif. Baltimore, Md. Washington 1, D. C. Evanston, 111. Austin. Texas Norristown, Pa. Richmond. Va. Orangeburg, S. C. Detroit 2, Mich. Tallahassee, Fla. Chicago, 111. Bloomington, Ind. Norfolk, Va. Ithaca, N. Y. Dyersburg, Tenn. Stamford, Conn. Chicago, 111. Knoxville, Tenn. Tulsa 6. Okla. Tulsa 6, Okla. Knoxville. Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, Ohio Charlotte, N . C. Clayton, Missouri Raleigh, N . C. Columbus, Ohio San Francisco, Calif Orange, N. J. Prairie View. Texas N e w Orleans, La. Ogdon, Ark. Los Angeles, Calif. Oklahoma City, Okla. Cincinnati, Ohio Columbus 3, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Norfolk, Va. Minneapolis. Minn. Madison, Wis. Tallahassee. Fla. Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland 8. Ohio Winston-Salem, N. C. Springfield, Ohio N e w Orleans, La. Minneapolis, Minn. Montclair, N. J. Columbus, Ohio Wilberforce, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Tallahassee, Fla.

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Page 78 Wright, Robert L. Wynn. Walter W. Wynne, William Yancey, Robert Yates. Roland, J. Yeldell, J. Burl.. III. Yergan, Max (Dr.) Yerger, James York. L. Wilson Young, Andrew J. (Dr.) Young, Archie R. Young. Arthur E. Young. Bernard P.. Jr. Young C. Milton Young, Charles Young. Edward E. Young. John Young. K. B. Young, Laurence T.. Jr. Young, Laurence T, Sr. Young. Robert Young. Ronald R. Young, Thomas W. Young, W. Arthur Young, Whitney Young. William Young, William Young. William H. Youngue, Eugenet L (Dr.) Zachary, M. R. Zellers, Glenn Ziegler, W. J. Zimmerman, Joseph

THE 523 W. 42nd St. Fla. A. & M. College 1066 E. 48th St. 81 Hancock St. 2804 28th St. Va. Union University 23 West 26th St. Philander Smith College 307 Holbrooks St. 2224 Cleveland Ave. Lincoln University 2816 Eighth Ave., No. 2 T 721 Chapel St. 818 South 6th St. Meharry Med. College 3946 South Parkway Fisk University Tuskegee Institute 1301 W. Clark 6542 St. Lawrence University of Pittsburgh State Teachers College 721 Chapel 5435 Haverford Ave. 3418 Snelling Ave. 68 E. 11th Ave. 1460 Tampa Ave. Lincoln University Arcade Hrti~Hargett St." u'oTpT University of Pittsburg 300 E. 61st St. Xavier University

SPHINX Indianapolis. Ind. Tallahassee. Fla. Los Angeles, Calif. Stoneham, Mass. Tampa, Fla. Richmond. Va. New York 10, N. Y. Little Rock. Ark. Danville, Va. New Orleans, La. Pennsylvania New York Citv Norfolk. Va. Louisville. Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Chicago, 111. Nashville. Tenn. Alabama Urbana. 111. Chicago. 111. Pittsburgh, Pa. Montgomery. Ala. Norfolk, Va. Philadelphia 39. Pa. Minneapolis 8, Minn. Columbus. Ohio Dayton, Ohio Jefferson City. Mo. Larkin. W. Va. Raleigh, N. C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Chicago. 37, 111. New Orleans, La.

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son City. Mo.: Secretary. James C. Butler, 625 Butler Hall. Lincoln' University, Jefferson City. Mo. 45, BETA ALPHA—Morgan College, Baltimore, Md.; S. A. Pennington, 1153 N. Carrollton. Baltimore. Md.; Secretary. Paul E. Waters, 2532 Pennsylvania Ave.. Baltimore 17, Md. 46. BETA BETA—University of Nebraska. Lincoln, Nebraska; President, E. James J. Cole. 1043. N. 23rd St., Lincoln 3. Nebl 47. BETA GAMMA—Va. State College. Petersburg. Va.; Edward L. Smith, President; Virginia State College. Petersburg. Va.; Secretary, William T. Kyle. Va. State College, Petersburg, Va. 48. BETA DELTA—State College, Orangeburg, S. C ; President, Frank Prince. State College, Orangeburg, S. C : Secretary, William D. Daniels. State College, Orangeburg. S. C. 49. BETA EPSILON—A. & T. College, Greensboro, N. C ; John C. Rawls, President; Box 341, A. & T. College, Greensboro, N. C ; Secretary, Milton H. Barnes. Box 341. A. & T. College. Greensboro, N. C. 50. BETA ZETA—Samuel Houston College, Austin, Texas; President, C. H. Elliott; Secretary. Karl E. Downs, Samuel Huston College. Austin 22. Texas. BETA ETA—Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, 111.; 51. President, Joseph C. Penn. 419 E. Jackson. Carbondale, 111.; Secretary, Gaffney A. Taylor, P. O. Box 725, Colp, 111. 52. BETA THETA—Bluefield State College, Bluefield. West Va.; President. Melvin Smith; Secretary, Charles B. Brook, Bluefield State College, Bluefield, West Va. 53.. BETA IOTA—Western State College, Kalamazoo, Michigan. BETA KAPPA—Langston University. Langston, Okla.; Amos 54. Stevenson, Langston University, Langston, Okla.; Secretary, Eddie F. Jordan, Langston, University, Langston, Okla. 55. BETA MU—Kentucky State College, Frankfort, Ky.; President, Harold V. Smith, Ky. State College, Frankfort, Ky,; Secretary, Cecil Crum, Ky. State College, Frankfort, Ky. 56. BETA NU—Florida A. & M. College, Tallahassee. Florida; President, Lee R. Hampton, Fla. A. & M. College. Tallahassee, Fla.; Secretary, Charles Z. Smith, Fla. A. & M. College, Tallahassee, Fla. 57. BETA XI—LeMoyne College, Memphis. Tenn.; Charles Bodye. President; 158 Gilbert, Memphis. Tenn.; Secretary, George D. Clark. Jr.. 813 Ioka. Memphis. Tenn. 58. BETA OMICRON—Tenn. A. & I. State College, Nashville, Tenn.; President, Clarence Kimbrough, Tenn. A. & I. State College, Nashville, Tenn.; Secretary, Joseph Thomas, Tenn. A. & I. State College. Nashville. Tenn. 59. BETA PI—Lane College, Jackson, Tenn.: Louis J. Flowers, Lane College, Jackson, Tenn.; Secretary. Virgil May, Lane College. Jackson, Tenn. 60. BETA RHO—Shaw University, Raleigh. N. C ; President, Allied R. Smith. Shaw University. Raleigh, N. C ; Secretary, W. H. Quarles, Jr.. Shaw University. Raleigh, N. C. 61. BETA SIGMA—Southern University. Scotlandville, La.; Huel D. Perkins, President; Southern Branch P. O. Box 9385, Baton Rouge. La.; Secretary, Leonard S. Washington, Southern Branch P. O. Box 9385. Baton Rouge, La.

BETA TAU—Xavier University. New Orleans. La.; President. kn 62 Hargrove Wooten, Xavier University, New Orleans 18, La.; Secretary. Clarence J. Jupiter. 2431 Toledoano St.. New Orleans 15, La. BETA UPSILON—Alabama State College. Montgomery. Ala.; kn 63 Ralph D. Harris. President; State Teachers College, Montgomery. Ala.; Secretary, William Gholston, State Teachers College Montgomery. Ala. kn 84 BETA PHI—Dillard University. New Orleans. La.; President, Lionel A. A. Desbordes: Secretary, Louis J. Bernard, Dillard University, New Orleans. La. kn 88 BETA CHI—Philander Smith College. Little Rock. Arkansas; President . . . Secretary. James Robinson. Philander Smith College. Little Rock. Arkansas. kn B6 BETA PSI—Oxford University, London, England. GAMMA ALPHA—Texas College, Tyler, Texas, President, kn G7 James Thompson, Texas College. Tyler, Texas; Secretary, Luther C. Simond. Texas College. Tyler. Texas. GAMMA Carolina College, Durham, N. C ; kn 68 President, BETA—North Harold T. Epps, Box 528. N. C. College, Durham, N. C ; Secretary, Thomas Cole. Box 528. North C. College. Durham, N. C. kn 88 GAMMA GAMMA—Allen University, Columbia, S. C , President. Verbus Counts. Allen University, Columbia, S. C ; Secretary, Thales E. Mims, Allen University. Columbia, S. C. kn 70 GAMMA DELTA—Arkansas A. M. and N. College, Pine Bluff, Ark.; President, Anderson Perryman, Arkansas A. M and N. College, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.; Secretary. Tyree Webster. Ark. A. M. and N. College, Pine Bluff, Ark. GAMMA EPSILON—University of Wisconsin, Madison. Wis.; 71 kn President, T. Dawson. 740 Langdon Ave., Madison, Wis.; Secretary, Ronald S. Byrd, 740 Langdon Ave., Madison. Wis. kn 72 GAMMA ZETA—Ft. Valley State College, Fort Valley. Ga.; President. William Anderson. Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Ga.; Secretary, Robert H. Simmons. Fort Valley State College. Fort Valley, Georgia. GAMMA ETA—University of Indiana; Bloomington, Inkn 73 diana. kn 74 GAMMA THETA—University of Dayton: Dayton. Ohio. kn 75 GAMMA IOTA—Hampton Institute; Hampton. Virginia; President, William B, Proctor, Jr.: Secretary, Emanuel Bertrand. room 402 Wigwam "A" Hampton Institute; Hampton, Virginia. kn 76 GAMMA KAPPA—Miles COLLEGE; Birmingham, Alabama. GAMMA MU—Livingstone College; Salisbury. N. C ; Presikn 77 dent. G. L. Blackwell; Secretary, Oliver Summery, Jr.; Livingston College, Salisbury. N. C. kn 78 . GAMMA NU—Penn State College; Pennsylvania. kn 79 GAMMA XI—University of California; Los Angeles. California; President. Albert Jones. 1342 E. Eighteenth Street. Los Angeles. California; Secretary. Henry Melton, 3620 S. Grammerey. Los Angeles. California. kn 80 . GAMMA OMICRON—Knoxville College; Knoxville, Tennessee; President. Henry G. Marsh; Secretary, Walter Plemmer. Knoxville College; Knoxville, Tennessee. kn 81 GAMMA PI—Bennedict College; Columbia, S. C.

CHAPTER OFFICERS—Graduate Chapters kn 101. ALPHA LAMBDA—Louisville. Ky.; President, Stanson Broaddus. Box 271, Harrods Creek. Ky.; Secretary, L. C. Curry, 1702 Magazine. Louisville, Ky. kn 102. BETA LAMBDA—Greater Kansas City; Daniel W. Lewis, President. 1204 Everett. Kansas City. Kansas; Secretary, James A. Jefferess. 1824 Passeo. Kansas City 8, Mo. k n 103. GAMMA LAMBDA—Detroit, Mich., President, Dr. T. M. White 4752. Cecil. Detroit 10, Mich.; Secretary, Grover D. Lange, 571, Algar. Detroit 2, Mich. kn 104. DELTA LAMBDA—Baltimore. Md.. President. W. T. Dixon. 1933 McCulloh, Baltimore 17, Md.; Secretary, Dr. F. H. Desmond. Morgan State College, Baltimore 12, Md. EPSILON LAMBDA—St. Louis. Mo.; President, Virgil Mckn 105. Knight. 2601 N. Whittier St., Louis 13, Mo.; Secretary, John D Buckner. 4246, W. N. Market. Street, St. Louis 13, Mo. kn 106. ZETA LAMBDA—Newport News. Va.; President, H. W. Ridlev, 2404 Marshall Ave., New Port News, Va.; Secretary, Dr Eugene W. Hunter, 174 W. Queen St., Hampton, Va. LAMBDA—Dayton. Ohio; President, D. D. Albritton, kn 107. THETA 85 Bragg Place, Dayton. Ohio; Secretary, Robert H. Show, 2404 McCall Street, Dayton. Ohio. kn 108. ETA LAMBDA—Atlanta. Ga.: President. Nelson C. Jackson, 250 Auburn Ave., Atlanta 3. Ga.; Secretary. George L. Edwards, Room 602. 250 Auburn Ave., Atlanta, Ga. kn 109. IOTA LAMBDA—Indianapolis, Ind.; President, Spurting Clark. 431 W. 29th Street, Indianapolis 8. Ind.; Secretary. Everett Edwards. 4113 Cornelius, Indianapolis 8, Ind. kn 110. KAPPA LAMBDA—Greensboro, N. C ; President, Dr. George H. Evans, 908 Salem St.. Greensboro, N. C ; Secretary. R. D Crockett, 535 Macon St., Greensboro. N. C. kn 111. MU LAMBDA—Washington. D. C ; President. Verdie L. Robinson. 2803 13th St., N. E., Washington, D. C ; Secretary. C. C. House, 2824 14th St., N. E., Washington. D. C. NU LAMBDA—Petersburg, Va.; President, Odell Harris, 907 kn 112. Wilcox St., Petersburg, Va.; Secretary, H. Colman Jackson, Va. State College, Petersburg, Va. XI LAMBDA—Chicago, 111.; President, Thomas M. Clarke, kn 113. 417 E. 47th St.. Chicago, 111.; Secretary, Victor D. Lewis, Sr., 6142 St. Lawrence Ave., Chicago 37. 111. kn 114. OMICRON LAMBDA—Birmingham, Ala.; President, Wayman C. Matherson, 412 10th Ave.. N.. Birmingham 4. Ala.; Secretary, Charles L. Shepard, 13, 10th Ave., N. Birmingham, Ala. kn 115. PI LAMBDA—Little Rock. Ark.: President, C. Franklin Brown 1019 Cross St., Little Rock. Ark.; Secretary, A. A. Arnold. 2224 Rock St.. Little Rock. Ark. to* 116. RHO LAMBDA—Buffalo, N. Y.; President, Dr. W. B. Holland. 357 William St., Buffalo 4, N. Y;. Secretary. Russell N. Service. 125, Glen wood Ave., Buffalo 8. N. Y. kn 117. SIGMA LAMBDA—New Orleans, La.; President. Dr. Wesley N Segre 2326 Upperline St., New Orleans, La.; Secretary, Walter E. Mortal, 1433 Touro St.. New Orleans, La. TAU LAMBDA—Nashville. Tenn.; Aaron A. Allen. Presikn 118. dent 1601 18th Ave., N„ Nashville, Tenn.; Secretary, Alfred C. Galloway. 2018 Clifton Road. Nashville 4, Tenn UPSILON Florida; President. T. M. kn 119. Christopher.LAMBDA—Jacksonville. Harlem Pharmacy. Fourth and Davis. Jacksonville. Florida: Secretary, T. V. Thomas. 1760 Myrtle, Jackk n 120. PHl'LAMBDA-Raleign. N. C , President, H C. Perrin, 725.

S Blount St.. Raleigh. N. C ; Secretary, W. C. Davenport, 909 E. Hargett St.. Raleigh, N. C. kn 121. CHI LAMBDA—Wilberforce. Ohio; President. Wendolyn Terrell. 323 E. Church St.. Xenia. Ohio; Secretary. Clarence H Mills, Sr., P. O. Box 129. Xenia, Ohio.

kn 122. PSI LAMBDA—Chattanooga. Tenn.; President. Richelieu W. Strange. 1027 E. 10th St.. Chattanooga, Tenn.; Secretary, Samuel W, Seals. 642 Maple Court, Chattanooga, Tenn. kn 123. ALPHA ALPHA LAMBDA—Newark. N. J.: Clarence S Janifer. 208 Parker St.. Newark, N. J.; Secretary, Arthur C. Williams, 158 Lincoln St.. Montclair. N. J. kn 124. ALPHA BETA LAMBDA—Lexington, Ky. kn 125. ALPHA GAMMA LAMBDA—New York City; President, Robert T. Custis. 771 St. Nicholas. New York 31, N. Y.; Secretary, C. Arthur Jackson, 400 Convent Ave.. New York 31. N. Y. kn 126. ALPHA DELTA LAMBDA—Memphis. Tenn.; President, Charles H. Tarpley, 299 Leath, Memphis, Tenn.; Secretary, Marvin E. Tarpley, 1491 Felix, Memphis, Tenn. kn 127. ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA—Jackson, Miss.: Secretary, Dr. J. B. Dillard. Vicksburg, Miss. kn 128. ALPHA ZETA LAMBDA—Bluefield, West Va.; President. Dr. Henry Whisiker. 811 Bland St.. Bluefield. W. Va.; Secretary. E. W. Browne. Bluefield State College. Bluefield. W. Va. kn 129. ALPHA ETA LAMBDA—Houston. Texas; President, J. H. Law . . . Secretary, Clifton Lloyd Banks, 3540 Cennis, Houston, Texas. kn 130. ALPHA THETA LAMBDA—Atlantic City, N. J.; President. C. M. Cain, 1711 Arctic. Atlantic City, N. J.; Secretary, Austin J. Martin, 128 W. Greenfield Ave.. Atlantic City, N. J. kn 131. ALPHA IOTA LAMBDA—Charleston, W. Va.; President, E. L. James. Institute, W. Va.; Secretary, Wm. J. L. Wallace, Box 102. Institute. W. Va. kn 132. ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA—Roanoke, Va.; President. Dr. E. D. Downing. 36 Center Ave., N. W., Roanoke. Va.; Secretary, Robert Coleman, 312 Gilmer N. W., Roanoke, Va. kn 133. ALPHA MU LAMBDA—Knoxville. Tenn.: President. Otis T. Hogue, 217 South Chestnut. Knoxville. Tenn.; Secretary, Monroe D. Senter. 200 McConnell St.. Knoxville 15, Tenn. kn 134. ALPHA NU LAMBDA—Tuskegee. Ala.: President, Dr. Robert D. Reid. P. O. Box 953, Tuskegee Institute, Ala.; Secretary, Dr. H. J. Romm. P. O. Box 23, Tuskegee Institute, Ala. kn 135. ALPHA XI LAMBDA—Toledo. Ohio: President, Wm. N. Thomas. 653 Hamilton. Toledo 2. Ohio: Secretary Leon J. Carter. 569 Norwood Ave.. Toledo 2. Ohio. kn 136. ALPHA OMICRON LAMBDA—Pittsburgh. Pa.; President. Dr. McKinlev King. 603 Gearing Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Secretary. Wilbur C. Douglas. 512 Bakewell Bldg., Pittsburgh 19. Pa. kn 137. ALPHA PI LAMBDA—Winston-Salem. N. C ; President, Dr. J. M. Walker, Jr., 800 N. Cameron, Winston-Salem 4, N. C ; Secretary, A. P. Marshall. 848 N. Cameron, Winston-Salem 4, N. C. kn 138. ALPHA RIIO LAMBDA—Columbus, Ohio; President. Kenneth A. Morris. 202 S. Spring St.. Columbus. Ohio; Secretary, A. D. V. Crosby, 159 Winner Ave.. Columbus, Ohio. kn 139, ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA—Dallas, Texas; W. Barton Beatty. President, 2700 Flora. Dallas. Texas; Secretary, O. J. Fountaine, 901 Allen, Dallas, Texas. kn 140. ALPHA TAU LAMBDA—Tulsa. Okla.; President, Tollie W. Harris. 326 N. Greenwood, Tulsa. Okla.; Secretary, Robert L. Fairchild, 2119 N. Quincy, Tulsa 6. Okla. kn 141. ALPHA UPSILON LAMBDA—Montgomery, Ala.; President, Dr. C. T. Simpson. State Teachers College, Montgomery, Turn to Back Page of Cover


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CHAPTER OFFICERS—GRADUATE DIRECTORY—Continued from Inside Cover Ala.; Secretary, J. M. Reynolds, State Teachers College, Montgomery, Ala. ALPHA PHI LAMBDA—Norfolk. Va.; President, Russell Chavois, 955 Reservoir, Norfolk, Va.; Secretary, Thomas W. Young. 721 Chapel St.. Norfolk, Va. 143. ALPHA CHI LAMBDA—Augusta. Ga.; President. Augustus C. Griggs. Haines School; Secretary, John M. Tutts. 1108 Phillips St.. Aususta, Ga. 144. ALPHA PSI LAMBDA—Columbia, S. C ; President, Robert W. Nance, 1429 Pine St., Columbia, S. C ; Secretary, Harry B. Rutherford. 1330 Gregg, Columbia, S. C. 145. BETA ALPHA LAMBDA-^Jersey City, N. J., President, Dr. Archie W. Johnson, 169 Claremont Ave., Jersey City, N. J.; Secretary, Donald A. Thigpen, 92 Atlantic St., Jersey City, N. J. 146. BETA BETA LAMBDA—Miami, Fla., President, Dr. I. P. Davis, 1936 N. W., 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.; Secretary, Charles L. Williams, 1200 N. W., 6th Ave., Miami, Fla. 147. BETA GAMMA LAMBDA—Richmond. Va.; President Georgia Pererson, 305Vi E. Leigh St., Richmond, Va.; Secretary, Spingarn D. Brinkley, 710 N. Sixth St., Richmond 19. Va. 148. BETA DELTA LAMBDA—Daytona Beach. Fla.; President. George W. Engram, P. O. Box 2348, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Secretary, H. E. Bartley, M. D., 567 Second Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. 149. BETA EPSILON LAMBDA—Wewoka. Okla.; President, Ben H. Hill, Box 247. Boley, Okla.; Secretary, L. G. Ashley, Box 247, Boley. Okla 150. BETA ZETA LAMBDA—Jefferson City, Missouri; President, G. Robert Cotton, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri; Secretary. A. E. Pullam, Jr., Lincoln University, Jefferson City. Missouri. 151. BETA ETA LAMBDA—Oklahoma City, Okla.; President, I. T. Anderson. 615 N. E., 5th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.; Secretary, Otis A. Freeman, 531 N. Kelham St., Oklahoma City 4, Okla. 152. BETA THETA LAMBDA—Durham, N. C. 153. BETA IOTA LAMBDA—Baton Rouge, La.; President, John G. Lewis, Jr., Box 72, Scotlandville, La.; Secretary, Russell M. Ampey, Southern Br. P. O., Baton Rouge, La. 154. BETA KAPPA LAMBDA—Charleston, S. C ; President, Dr. Winston W. Jones, 423 King St.; Secretary, Dr. E. B. Burroughs, 35 Morris St., Charleston, S. C. 155 BETA MU LAMBDA—Salisbury, N. C. President, Dr. 156. BETA NU LAMBDA—Charlotte, N. C ; Thomas Watkins. 329 South Brevard St., Charlotte, N. C ; Secretary. Clinton Blake. 423 East First St., Charlotte 2. N. C. 157. BETA XI LAMBDA—Omaha. Nebraska; President, Robert L. Myers, 2416 N. 22nd Street. Omaha. Nebraska; Secretary. Savbert C. Hanger, 1915 N. 28th Street. Omaha, Nebraska. 158. BETA OMICRON LAMBDA—Mobile. Ala.; President. Atphonse Russell. 204 Clay St., Mobile. Ala.; Secretary, Marshall Robinson. 7. N. Dearborn, Mobile. Ala. 159. BETA PI LAMBDA—Albany, New York; President. William F Brown. DDS., 146 South Pearl St.. Albany, N. Y.; Secretary, Crispin C. Hall, 4 113th St.. North Troy, N. Y. BETA RHO LAMBDA—Youngstown, Ohio; President, Gra160. ham Lynch. 525 Kenmore Ave.; Secretary. James E. Smith. 295S Karl St.. Youngstown. Ohio. BETA SIGMA LAMBDA—Hartford. Conn. 161. BETA TAU LAMBDA—Ft. Worth, Texas; President Wraa. 162. E Brackeen Jr 1004 New York Ave.. Ft. Worth 3, Texas: Secretary. Felix C. Thurmond, 1115 E. Leuda St.. Ft. Worth

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BETA PHI LAMBDA—Savannah. Georgia; President. Dr. kn 164. S. M. McDew, Jr., 719 West Broad Street, Savannah, Georgia; Secretary, Wilson P. Hubert, 919 W. 37th Street, Savannah, Georgia. k n 165. BETA CHI LAMBDA—Muskogee, Okla.; President, Dekoven A. Franch, 545 N. 7th St.; Secretary, Emory H. Jennings, 906 Market St., Muskogee, Okla. k n 166. BETA PSI LAMBDA—Los Angeles. Calif.; President, Dewey W. Davidson, 1162 E. 46th St., Los Angeles, Calif.; Secretary, Edward C. Strong. 230 Hammond St., Pasadena 3, Calif. k n 167. GAMMA ALPHA LAMBDA—Charlottesville. Va.; President, Dr. C. J. Waller, 318 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va.; Secretary, A. W. Pleasant, Jr., M. D., Massie St., Lexington, Va. k n 168. GAMMA BETA LAMBDA—Frankfort. Ky., President, Sheley F. Lvnem, Kentucky State College, Frankfort, Ky.; Secretary,* Alexis J. Richards. Kentucky State College, Frankfort, Ky. k u 169. GAMMA GAMMA LAMBDA—Greenville, S. C ; President, R. W. Anderson, P. O. Box 441, Greenville, S. C : Secretary, E. H. Whittenburg. Box 15, Greenville, S. C. k n 170. GAMMA DELTA LAMBDA—Beckley, W. Va.; President, S. E. Warren. Box 942. Beckley, W. Va.; Secretary, Martin K. Austin, Box 21, E. Beckley, W. Va. k n 171. GAMMA EPSILON LAMBDA—Hopkinsville, Va.: President. Dr. P. C. Brooks, 201 S. Va., Hopkinsville, Ky.; Secretary, Thos. A. West, 914 E. 2nd St., Hopkinsville, Ky. GAMMA ZETA LAMBDA—Tampa, Fla.; President. James k n 172. E. Huger, 1027 2nd Ave., S., Petersburg, Fla.; Secretary, Eugene L. Avery. 1307 Lamar Ave., Tampa 2, Fla. GAMMA ETA LAMBDA—Austin. Texas; President. John k n 173 King, 1107 E. Sixth St., Austin 22. Texas; Secretary, Campbell. Roy B. J., 803 E. 11th St., Austin 22, Texas. GAMMA THETA LAMBDA—Wilmington, Delaware; Presik n 174 dent, John O. Hopkins, 1010 French St., Wilmington, Del.: Secretary, George Taylor, 926 French St.. Wilmington. Del. GAMMA IOTA LAMBDA—Brooklyn, N. Y.; President, Wm. kn 175 H Hurst, 1164 Pacific St.. Brooklyn 16, N. Y.; Secretary. James C. Hairston, Jr., 252 Gates Ave., Brooklyn 16. N. Y. GAMMA KAPPA LAMBDA—Wilmington, N. C; President, k n 176 Dr H E. Eaton, 1406 Orange St., Wilmington, N. C ; Secretary, B. T. Washington, 906 N. 6th St., Wilmington, N. C. GAMMA MU LAMBDA—Tallahassee, Fla.; President, Wm. k n 177 A Morris. P. O. Box 86. Tallahassee. Fla.; Secretary, M. G. Miles. Fla A. & M. College. Tallahassee, Fla. GAMMA NU LAMBDA—Lynchburg, Va.; President, E. L. k n 178 Thornton. 1303 Wise St., Lynchburg. Va.; Secretary, B. H. Scott, 2200 Popular St., Lynchburg. Va. k n 179. GAMMA XI LAMBDA—St. Paul, Minn., Minneapolis, Minn.; President, John M. Patton, 954 St. Anthony, St. Paul 4. Minn.; Secretary, Charles F. Rogers, 402 Metropolitan Bank Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. GAMMA OMICRON LAMBDA—Albany, Georgia; President. kn 180 Dr. Aaron Brown, Albany State College, Albany, Georgia; Secretary, Henry A. Ryan. Albany State College. Albany, Georgia. k n 181. GAMMA PI LAMBDA—Galveston. Texas. k n 182. GAMMA RHO LAMBDA—Gary. Indiana. k n 183 GAMMA SIGMA LAMBDA—Macon, Ft Valley, Georgia. _ . k n 184. GAMMA TAU LAMBDA—Beaumont, Texas. k n 185. GAMMA UPSILON LAMBDA—Marshall. Texas. GAMMA PHI LAMBDA—Berkeley. California; President, k n 186. Dr William Pitman, 2030 Grove Street, Berkeley, California; Secretary, Harold Jones, 1820 Ward, Berkeley, California. k n 187. GAMMA CHI LAMBDA—San Francisco. California.

PLEASE TAKE DUE NOTICE, CHAPTER OFFICERS In order to revise the Directory of Chapter Officers as accurately as possible, we have inf» thi? edition only names of presidents and secretaries, along with their respective adt ^ H s J b t Z i l ^ r ^ e to Memo Number 1 of Brother Burt A. Mayberry, General SecreZrv requesting such information; or in response to the Sphinx Editor's letter of January 9th, ZLZtikg the same. Check the Directory closely and if your officers' names are not included ZaUthemin at once to Brother Mayberry, 2446 Harrison St. Kansas City 8, Mo.; and copy of same to the Office of the Sphinx, 164 Beale Ave., Memphis 3. J^nessee^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ .U.AIA

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CHARLES S. JOHNSON Distinguished educator and author, after developing the social science department at Fisk University into one of the most...

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