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10 Cards in this Set

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1. When and where was the fraternity founded?
-October 5, 1904
-New York University
2. What is the term used to refer to the four founding fathers?
Brooklyn Four
3. Who are the ten men credited as the founders of the fraternity?
-Mr. George L. Bergen
-Mr. Irving L. Camp
-Mr. Robert S. Douglas
-Mr. Daniel V. Duff
-Mr. Howard M. Jefferson
-Mr. Nathan Lane Jr.
-Mr. Frederic R. Leach
-Mr. Morris S. Rachmil
-Mr. William O. Tremaine
-Mr. Herbert M. Wright
4. Who are the four founding fathers?
Mr. George L. Bergen
Mr. Howard M. Jefferson
Mr. Nathan Lane Jr.
Mr. Frederic R. Leach
5. What are the main objects on the fraternity’s coat of arms?
-Coin Bag
-Phoenician Galley
-Chain of Four Links
-Pair of Balances
6. What are the objects of Alpha Kappa Psi?
-To further the individual welfare of its members
-To foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance
-To educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and
-To promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business
7. Where is the fraternity now incorporated and when was this approved?
Indiana, 1997
8. In what state and on what date was the fraternity incorporated?
-New York
-May 20, 1905
9. How and when were women granted membership?
-By vote of the Fraternity Board of Directors through the passing of Title IX
10. What is the symbol of the alumni of Alpha Kappa Psi and what does this symbol represent?
-The blue sapphire
-The symbol of alumni objectives