Education: O.K., Now

When the University of Connecticut chapter of the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity pledged Sophomore Alfred R. Rogers last fall, the grand council of the national organization promptly suspended it. The reason: Rogers is a Negro. Last week, at a special convention called for the purpose, delegates unanimously voted to reverse the decision. They not only approved of what Connecticut had done, but said that any of Phi Epsilon Pi's other 35 chapters might do the same, if they liked.


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