MOREHOUSE COLLEGE ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Brothers in Omega, Greetings:
Since our last communication many interesting events have taken place on the campus that have added much to the glory of Omega. Our Achievement Week plans were unusually successful. Three days of the regular chapel assembly period were in charge of Psi Chapter. The main address was delivered by Brother J. W. E. Bowen of Gammon Theological Seminary. Dr. Bowen emphasized that the greatest achievement in life was the making of a man. Mr. Howard Thurman, religious adviser of Morehouse and Spelman Colleges, was the principal speaker at the public mass meeting held at the First Congregational Church. Omega is still well represented in extracurricular and scholastic activities on the campus. Brothers Curry and Tyler had the honor of representing Morehouse College in its first international interracial debate with skilled debaters of Oxford University, England. They delivered brilliant arguments on the press and its significance to democracy. The debate received comment throughout the nation. Two Neophytes recently entered the sacred portals of Omega. They are Brothers E.C. Masique and E.H Fields. Just now three chapters in Atlanta are cooperating, under the auspices of Brothers C. W. Jennings and Garland Stewart, in buying a new electrically equipped fraternity pin. We lost through graduation at the mid-year Brothers John Drew and Herman Robinson who had labored long in the vineyard of Omega. We feel that our loss as a Chapter will be a gain for the greater expression of loyalty to Omega by these two men in after-college life. Brother Curry as President of the Senior Class was very instrumental in presenting a model assembly of the League of Nations on the campus.
Omega will be well represented in the annual interfraternal basketball games—March 26-April 2. Brother C. W. Jennings is Business Manager of the City Interfraternal Council, and Brother A. Robinson is Treasurer.
With best wishes for the continued elevation of the principles of Omega we remain
Charles H. Bonner, “Psi,” The Oracle, June 1932, 18.