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"There is no reason why preference should not be given a fraternity brother, whose qualifications are the same as those of an outsider. But unless some machinery is effected to carry this on, nothing will ever be done, and the fraternity will lose a great opportunity of benefitting its members in a practical way."
-- Edward V. Dunklee (Colorado Alpha Alumnus) in 1931
after being named Chair of the SigEp
Vocational Committee by Grand President Yancey.
". . . I have asked myself: What do I get out of it? What do I receive in return for the dues that I paid during the time I was in school? It is my belief that the relationship between the members of the fraternity and the fraternity itself should be made more real. . . . I propose we tie Sigma Phi Epsilon to you and you to your chapter for life."
Yancey continued, ". . . I believe if a portion of the Journal, or some other publication, could be used as a clearing house for men about to finish school in order that they might get positions in the line of work that they want to engage in, it would be very beneficial. . . . In which older members who have openings for young men of good qualifications and high standings made known their wants. If because of this notice you secured a position, it would make Sigma Phi Epsilon more real to you . . ."
Charles L. Yancey (George Washington, 1912)
SigEp's Grand President from 1930 to 1932.