National Affairs: Frat Men

Fraternity-pinned chests swelled with pride at a piece in the Magazine of Sigma Chi, by its editor, one Chester W. Cleveland.

"Today," wrote Brother Cleveland, "fraternity folk pretty much direct the affairs of the nation. The White House is 100 per cent. Greek letter, with President Coolidge flying the royal purple of Phi Gamma Delta and the First Lady of the Land wearing the arrow of Pi Beta Phi. Vice President Charles G. Dawes of Delta Upsilon guides the destiny of the U. S. Senate. Nicholas Longworth, of Zeta Psi, is in command of the House of Representatives."

Editor Cleveland recalled that Delta...

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