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DUNBAR SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
DUNBAR SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
Item IDegyptian19360603Dunbar.tif
TitleDUNBAR SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionDunbar society officers for the coming year were elected at the meeting of the society.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1936 June 3
VolumeXVI
Issue32
Page(s)4
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Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptDUNBAR SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS
FOR NEXT YEAR

Harold Walker Will Be
President; Allen
Vice-President

Dunbar society officers for the coming year were elected at the meeting of the society Friday noon. Harold Walker, junior and chemistry major, was elected to the office filled this year br Robert Legh Jack. Mr. Jack, who has very capably fulfilled the duties of his position, is receiving his Bachelor of Education degree this spring. Mr. Walker was the star of the Dunbar basketball team this year, amassing more points than any other player. He also had the role of Acton Chance, detective in the Dunbar's first play "Murdered Alive." Mr. Walker is one of the best known and most popular of the Dunbar society members. He has expressed his intention of doing his best for the Dunbar society.
Elizabeth Lee Allen, freshman of Danville, was elected vice-president. Miss Allen played the leading role in "Murdered Alive" and was the only Negro student to receive an honor letter this year. She was recently chosen the most intelligent and most talented girl by the Dunbar "Who's Who" poll.
Margaret Jackson, a Junior, was re-elected as secretary of the club for another year. Miss Jackson also had a part in the Dunbar play and was a member of the spring prom committee.
Augusta Shelton, freshman from East St. Louis, was elected assistant secretary, while Vincent Freeman of St. Louis was re-elected treasurer Freeman was also in the cast of "Murdered Alive" and a member of the freshman picnic committee.
LeRoy McBride, Carbondale junior was selected as coach of the athletic team for the third year. During the past year, Mr. McBride's team won.
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
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