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friends throughout the country. We feel, however,
that before individual chapters of alumni groups
of Sigma Phi Epsilon participate in this program,
a contact should first be made with their United
Fund or Red Feather organizations in respective
communities. You are probably aware that there
are local situations where United Fund programs
are superseding individual drive programs. Con-
tacting the United Fund organization might in
many instances eliminate embarrassment and
duplication of efforts."

■ The fourth annual conference for fraternity
and sorority housemothers will be held on the

campus of the University of Oklahoma, June 26
through July 2. This conference will be similar
to the three previous ones which have had an ag-
gregate enrollment of 225 women.

The cost will be $20 for registration, $10 per
week for a room in a University dormitory, and
meals may be secured at a reasonable rate at the
dormitory or Union cafeterias. Housemothers who
have attended this conference in the past have
been highly pleased with the program. Details
about the program planned for this year and in-
formation about enrolling, may be obtained from
the director of women's affairs at the University:
Dorothy Truex.



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Directory

of
Officers



Founded at the University of Richmond, 1901, by Carter
AsHTON Jenkens (d.), Benjamin Donald Gaw (d.), Wil-
liam Hugh Carter, William Andrew Wallace (d.), Thomas
Temple Wright (d.), William Lazelle' Phillips (d.). Lucian
Baum Cox, Richard Spurceon Owens (d), Edgar Lee
Allen (d.). Robert Alfred McFarland (d.), Franklin Webb
Kerfoot (d.), and Thomas Vaden McCaul. Chartered under
the Laws of the State of Virginia, 1902. National Head-
quarters: 209 W. Franklin St., Richmond 20, Va.

NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Harry D. Kurtz, Grand President, 18158 Clifton Rd., Lake-
wood 7, Ohio.

Edwin Buchanan, Grand Treasurer, First Wisconsin Na-
tional Bank, Milwaukee, Wis.

BOARD MEMBERS

C. Maynard Turner, P.O. Box 960, Cincinnati 1, Ohio.
Bedford W. Black, 310 Professional Bldg., Kannapolis, N.C.
Trueman L. Sanderson, 12 Vernon Rd., Natick, Mass.
Raymond C. McCron, 8 Ferncliff Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.
Frank N. Martino, Russell-Newman Mfg. Co., Denton, Tex.
Dr. U. G. Dubach, 4946 S.W. Barbur Blvd., Portland 1, Ore.

BOARD MEMBER-ELECT

Lyle E. Holmgren, 29 W. Center, Logan, Utah.

OTHER OFFICIALS

national chaplain : Dr. William C. Smolenske, 53.3 Re-
public Bldg., Denver, Colo.

national scholarship director: Dr. U. G. Dubach, 4946 S.W.
Barbur Blvd., Portland 1, Ore.

JOURNAL editor: John Robson, 744 Lake Crest Dr., Menasha,
Wis.

director of alumni AFFAIRS: Lyle E. Holmgren, 29 W. Cen-
ter, Logan, Utah.

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF: Executive Director — Richard
F. Whiteman ; Director of Chapter Services — Darrel D.
Brittsan; Province Directors — Charles J. Hartmann, Jr.,
Karl J. Schmidt, Ralph E. Seefeldt. 209 W. Franklin St.,
Richmond 20, Va. Postal Drawer 5289, Telephone: MI
8-2883.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ENDOWMENT FUND: Chairman —

Edwin Buchanan : J. Russell Pratt, Paul B. Slater,
Herbert H. Smith, H. Bob Robinson, Harry D. Kurtz,
Trueman L. Sanderson.

CHARLES L. YANCEY STUDENT LOAN FUND COMMITTEE: Chair-
man- — Frank H. Hamack; Robert W. Kelly, J. Russell
Pratt, Richard F. Whiteman.

WILLIAM L. PHILLIPS FOUNDATION, INC. : WhITNEY H. EasTMAN,

President: Harry D. Kurtz, Vice-President; C. Maynard
Turner, secretary; H. Bob Robinson, treasurer; John E.
Zollinger, trustee.

national headquarters corporation: Harry D. Kurtz, presi-
dent; C. Maynard Turner, Vice-president; Trueman L.
Sanderson, secretary; Bedford W. Black, trustee; Ray-
mond C. McCron, trustee.

national housing board: Chairman — Lewis A. Mason; J.
Russell Pratt, W. Brooks Reed, William G. Tragos,
Richard F. Whiteman.

• •••••••••*••



■ A formula for brotherhood prepared by Jim
Knight and Bill Stillman of the Florida State
house follows:

BrOThE(Rh02)D

Bromo-oxo-thoro-europo-rhenoxo-diviniate ( 1901 )
Characteristics of compound:

1. Discovery — November 1, 1901

2. To be attained through Sigma Phi Epsilon

3. Part of the Golden Heart (99.9%)

4. Half-life : 30 years

5. Distribution:

A. Found in 150 localities

B. 60,000 isotopes

6. Preparation:

A. Un-Christian method

paddles and roadtrips

Pledge > active

Sigma Phi Nothing

B. Christian method:

rigid but fair training

Pledge > Active

Sig Ep

7. Physical Properties

A. Loyalty

B. Trustworthiness

C. Honesty

D. Respectfulness

8. Chemical properties

A. BrOThE(Rh02)D<=^FrI(ENd)SHIP

B. Desire plus pledgeship <=^ Sigma Phi Ep-
silon plus BrOThE(Rh02)D



little man on campus by dick bibler




"This report shows our over-all grade average
to be up 52 per cent this month — and I might
remind you that $8.32 more in the TV fund and
we can replace that burned-out picture tube."



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