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MHF FATHERS Founding Fathers of Sigma

The founders of our wondrous band in numbers though were three...
MHF Bro. A. Langston Taylor, MHF Bro. Reverend Leonard F. Morse, & MHF Bro. Charles I. Brown
...taught ideals high which



Active Athletes


BRO. E. SMITH Bro. Emmitt Smith

Bro. Smith is 7 time NFL Pro Bowl Running Back for the Dallas Cowboys. He has helped Dallas to win four Super Bowls in the 90's. Smith has also won various awards throughout his career, including: a Super Bowl MVP and 4 NFL single season rushing titles.

BRO. J. RICE Bro. Jerry Rice

Bro. Rice is a Pro Bowl Wide Receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. The 1996-97 season saw him become the first player in NFL history to top 1,000 receptions and 16,000 career receiving yards, along with 108 receptions. Rice has a total of 164 career TDs. Rice revered by many as the best WR ever to play the game.

BRO B. COATES Bro. Ben Coates

Bro. Coates is a Pro Bowl Tight End for the New England Patriots. Coates rated as one of the top Tight Ends in the NFL has led the Patriots in receiving receptions the last three years. Ben owns Patriot franchise records for most receptions in a season a season (96), most receptions in a game (12), most consecutive games with a reception (63).

BRO W. Williams Bro. Willie Williams

Bro. Williams is a Pro Bowl Defensive Back for the Seattle Seahawks, Started all 16 games at left cornerback after signing as an unrestricted free agent from the Pittsburgh Steelers on February 18. Recorded a career-high 12 tackles, including 11 solo, to help pace a 26-22 win over San Diego (9/21). Forced fumbles at Denver (11/2) and at Oakland (12/14). Picked off his only pass of the season versus San Francisco (12/21) while also leading the team with four passes defensed.

BRO W. Davis Bro. Willie Davis

Bro. Davis was recently traded to the Tennessee Titans from the Kansas City Chiefs at the end of the '97 season. In '96 became the first Kansas City Chief's receiver to lead the club in receiving yardage for four consecutive years since Otis Taylor (1970-73). he also led the Chiefs in receiving yards for the fourth consecutive and tied for team lead in TD receptions

BRO P. Daniels Bro. Philip Daniels

Bro. Daniels Speed pass rusher who began power-lifting competitively in the and gained 25 pounds of muscle. Chosen on the fourth round of the 1996 draft. Seahawks traded fourth and fifth round 1996 choices to the Jacksonville Jaguars on the second day of the draft to move up in the fourth round. Played as a reserve as a rookie before earning a starting position.

BRO V. Green Bro. Victor Green

Bro. Green is a hard-hitting and sure-tackling DB for the New York Jets,  has led the team in tackles 2 of the past 3 seasons. Over the past 3 seasons he has made 517 tackles, 28 PD, 7 INT, 6 FF and 4 FR. has not missed a game since game 5 of his rookie year (1993), a streak of 76 consecutive games entering the 1998 season.

BRO. C. BATCH Bro. Charlie Batch

Bro. Batch is the starting QB for the Detriot Lions. He left Eastern Michigan owning virtually every school passing and total offense record. Holds EMU's all-time records for total plays (1179), total offensive yards (7715), pass attempts (998), pass completions (579), yards passing (7592) and touchdown passes (53)...Started every game as he set school season-records by completing 247-of-434 passes for 3280 yards (56.9. and 23 touchdowns)

BRO. R. Edwards Bro. Robert Edwards

Bro. Edwards ran for 1,155 yards, enjoying a solid rookie season after being selected 18th overall out of Georgia. He averaged 3.8 yards per carry while rushing for 9 touchdowns. He also caught 35 passes for 331 yards and 3 scores.

BRO. K. MALONE Bro. Karl Malone

Bro. Malone is an NBA All-Star, Power Forward for the Utah Jazz named the "NBA's 50 Greats". The "Mail Man" as he is known around the NBA, was an Olympic Gold Medallist as a member of Dream Team I. He has been an NBA All-Star Game MVP, and  also won the 1997 and 1999 NBA MVP awards.  He is also currently third on the NBA all-time leading scoring list.

BRO. O. POLYNICE Bro. Olden Polynice

Bro. Polynice is the newly traded starting center for the Seattle Supersonic, who led the Sacramento Kings in rebounding at 9.4 rpg, ranking 17th in the NBA. He started every game last season. He scored in double figures 57 times, with 20 points or more 11 times and 32 double-doubles. He led the team in scoring nine times and rebounding 51 times, with a season high of 27 points at San Antonio on April 3.

Bro. Terrance Shaw - NFL Pro Football Player for the San Diego Chargers
Bro. Chris Hayes - NFL Pro Football Player for New York Jets
Bro. Marvcus Patton - NFL Pro Football Player for the Kansas City Chiefs
Bro. Darrius Johnson - NFL Pro Football Player for the World Champion Denver Broncos
Bro. Nate Newton - Pro Bowl Player, Three Time Super Bowl Champion for the Dallas Cowboys, currently on the Carolina Panthers
Bro. Erik Williams - Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle, Three Time Super Bowl Champion for the Dallas Cowboys
Bro. Larry Brown - NFL Pro Football Player for the Tennessee Titans
Bro. Chris Terry - NFL Pro Football Player for the Carolina Panthers
Bro. Eric F. Curry - NFL Pro Football Player for the Jacksonville Jaguars
Bro. Larry Bowie - NFL Pro Football Player for the Washington Redskins
Bro. Dwayne Rudd - NFL Pro Football Player for the Minnesota Vikings
Bro. Nate Miller - NFL Pro Football player for the New York Giants
Bro. Isaac Davis - NFL Pro Football Player for the Minnesota Vikings
Bro. Martin Chase - NFL Pro Football Player for the Baltimore Ravens
Bro. Lomas Brown Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle for the Cleveland Browns
Bro. Hines Ward - NFL Pro Football Player for the Pittsburgh Steelers
Bro. Perry Carter - NFL Pro Football Player for the Oakland Raiders
Bro. Jeremy Lincoln - NFL Pro Football Player for the New York Giants
Bro. Fred Thomas - NFL Pro Football Player for the Seattle Seahawks
Bro. Lamont Burns - NFL Pro Football Player for the Washington Redskins
Bro. Darryl Hardy - NFL Pro Football Player for Seattle Seahawks
Bro. Deshea Townsend - NFL Pro Football Player for the Pittsburgh Steelers
Bro. Fred Beasley - NFL Pro Football Player for the San Francisco 49ers. 

Bro. Cecil Martin - fullback for the Philadelphia Eagles (#38) and KP Member
Bro. Ato Bolden - 2nd Fastest Man in the World in the 100m
Bro. Ray Doakes - 1995 NCAA High Jump Champion
Bro. Dominique Arnold - 1996 NCAA 110 Hurdles Champ
Bro. Johnny Grey - Olympic Gold Medalist (Track and Field 800 Meters)
Bro. Arthur Agee - Star Basketball Player of the movie "Hoop Dreams"
Bro. Vern Fleming - NBA Pro Basketball Player
Bro. Greg Graham - NBA Pro Basketball Player with the Denver Nuggets
Bro. Lawrence Moten - NBA Pro Basketball Player for the Vancouver Grizzlies
Bro. Chucky Brown - NBA Pro Basketball Player for the San Antonio Spurs


BRO W. DAVIS Bro. Willie Davis

Bro. Davis was the first defensive lineman to combine size with devastating speed. Bro. Davis made his mark as a stalwart on the dominant Packers' teams of the 1960s. Five straight Pro Bowl years, 21 fumble recoveries, 162 straight games played, and 5 NFL championships are testaments to Davis' dominance. As a role model, Willie Davis set an example for all children to emulate. As a player, he did the same for defensive lineman.

BRO L. BROCK Bro. Lou Brock

Bro. Brock was named the greatest base stealer of his era, he was only the 14th player to have 3,000 hits. In 1964 he fueled the Cardinals to a World Series victory. During his 19-year career, the outfielder stole an unprecedented 938 bases and broke several World Series records, including hitting .391 in over 20 World Series games. He entered the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1985.

BRO. W. REED Bro. Willis Reed

Bro. Reed is a NBA Hall A Famer for the New Knicks. He was named the '70 and '73 NBA MVP. The moment remains a basketball classic: Willis Reed's courageous hobbling walk through the tunnel at Madison Square Garden and onto the floor for Game 7 of the 1970 championship series between the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers. The Knicks won the game and the inspirational Reed stood larger than life, a true legend.


Bro. L.C. Greenwood - NFL Hall of Fame, Four time Pro Bowl and Super Bowl Champion for the Pittsburgh Steelers                                                               

Bro. Craig Hudson - Former Tight End for the Kansas City Chiefs and from the KP 
Bro. Jackie Slater - NFL Hall of Fame lineman for the Los Angeles Rams (now known as the St. Louis Rams)
Bro. Renaldo Nehemiah - Olympic Gold Medallist, Former World Champion Hurdler
Bro. Al Joyner - Olympic Gold Medallist, Former World Champion in the triple-jump, Former UCLA Track & Field Head Coach
Bro. Emmitt King - Former American Record Holder in the high jump and Olympic Relay Sprinter
Charles Austin - Olympic Gold Medallist (Track and Field High Jump)


BRO. B. Johnson Bro. Billy "White Shoes" Johnson

Bro. Johnson was recently named punt returner on the NFL's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. His record-setting career, which included seven seasons with the Oilers (1974-1980) and six with the decades the slew of return men zipping around the NFL this season like so many pin balls.

Bro. James Washington - Retired NFL Pro Bowl DB & Super Bowl MVP for the Dallas Cowboys/Washington Redskins
Bro. Ken Burrough - Retired NFL Pro DB for the Buffalo Bills
Bro. Wilber Young - Retired NFL Pro LB for the Washington Redskins
Bro. George Thorton - Retired NFL Pro Football Player
Bro. John Stephens - Retired NFL Pro RB for the San Diego Chargers
Bro. Myron Guyton - Retired NFL Pro Bowl & Super Bowl DB for the New York Giants
Bro. Leon Bender * - Retired NFL Pro DL for the Oakland Raiders
Bro. Fred Barnett - Retired NFL Pro Bowl WR for the Philadelphia Eagles




BRO. J.L.DUDLEY Bro. Joe L. Dudley, Sr.

Bro. Dudley, Sr. is present and Ceo of Dudley Hair Care Products Dudley Products, Dudley Cosmetology University, Dudley Direct, Dudley Products Cosmetics, Dudley Travel and Dudley Cosmetology University. He is also the Chairmen of AHBAI.

BRO. H.J. RUSSELL Bro. Herman J Russell

Bro. Herman's organization is the largest minority-owned general contractor in the United States. One can look throughout the Southeast to see the Russell mark on such buildings as Atlanta's Georgia Dome and the Coca-Cola headquarters.

Bro. James T. Williams - Executive level management of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Bro. Preston Edwards - Founder of Black Collegiate Magazine
Bro. Delxeno Wilson de Briano - American Communications Network, "Tag Team"
Bro. Peter Adams, Esq. - Partner at Callahan, Schepp, Yuhas, Adams & Carfora
Bro. Carter D. Womack - Executive of the Blockbuster Entertainment Group
Bro. Ezunial Burks - Current Head Director of the Los Angeles Harbor
Bro. Alden J. McDonald - Pres. and CEO of Liberty Bank and Trust Company of New Orleans, LA
Bro. Marshal B. Bass - Corporate Vice Pres. for R.J. Reynolds Industries
Bro. B. Doyle Mitchell - Pres. and CEO of Industrial Bank of Washington, D.C.
Bro. James Paschal - Co-Owner, Paschal Bros.Food and Beverage Enterprise
Bro. James T. Hadley - CEO of Community Bank of Lawndale Chicago, IL
Bro. Barry E. Beckham - Founder of Beckham House Publishers
Bro. Herman E. Valentine Sr. - Founder of Systems Management American Corporation Norfolk, VA


Civic Leaders



BRO H.P. NEWTON Bro. Huey P. Newton

Bro. Newton was a world renown civil rights activist and Co-Founder Black Panther Party, a militant black nationalist organization which protected, educated, and feed African Americans based in Oakland, California.

BRO. A.P. RANDOLPH Honorable Bro. A. Philip Randolph

Bro. A. Philip Randolph a renown civil rights activist who called for the March on Washington. He was the only civil rights leader who could get the others to unite. 250,000 came in response. When he introduced Dr. King, "symbolically, the torch was passed from one generation of fighters to another."

Bro. Hosa Hill - Civil Rights Activist
Bro. Chavis Mohammed (formally Benjamin Chavis - Past Executive Director of NAACP and Organizer of the Million Man March
Bro. Booker T.Alexander - Past Sovereign Grand Commander of 32 and 33 degree Masons for the Northern Jurisdiction (P.H.A.), Past GrandMaster of Prince Hall Masons for the State of Michigan.




BRO L. Brown Bro. Les Brown

Bro. Brown is not only an internationally recognized speaker and CEO of Les Brown Unlimited, Inc., he is also the author of the highly acclaimed and successful book, Live Your Dreams, and former host of The Les Brown Show, a nationally syndicated daily television talk show which focused on solutions rather than problems.

BRO J.W. JOHNSON Honorable Bro. Dr. James Weldon Johnson

Bro. Dr. Johnson is most famous for writing the Lyrics to the Negro National Anthem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing." In addition, he was a poet, educator, lawyer, diplomat, and civil right activist.

BRO. A.L. LOCKE Honorable Bro. Dr. Alain Leroy Locke

Bro. Dr. Locke was the first African American Rhodes Scholar. He was an American educator, writer, political activist, community leader and philosopher, who is best remembered as a leader and chief interpreter of the Harlem Renaissance. His political philosophy is documented in his book The New Negro.


Bro. Samuel Robinson - Executive Director, The Lincoln Foundation
Bro. Louis Westerfield - First Black Head of The University of Mississippi School of Law
Bro. Dr. Parlett Moore - Renowned Physician in the Baltimore, MD and founder of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Beta Club Youth



BRO. E. HARP Bro. Everett Harp

Bro. Harp has earned his reputation for a spirited dedication and soul stirring passion by being one of Smooth Jazz' multi dimensional sax men. His delicate balance of Jazz, R & B, and Adult contemporary sounds has earned him a growing legion of fans. Bro. Harp carries the spirit of Stanley Turrentine, Hank Crawford and Grover Washington, Jr. These coupled with his own style led him to international concert dates with Anita Baker, Kenny Loggins and Patti LaBelle as well as George Duke and Marcus Miller.

BRO. J.W. JOHNSON Bro. James Weldon Johnson

Bro. Johnson is most famous for writing the Lyrics to the Negro National Anthem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing." In addition, he was a poet, educator, lawyer, diplomat, and civil right activist.


BRO. B. OLTANJI Bro. Babatundi Olatunji

Bro. Olatunji World renown drummer, introduced African musical elements to the West and American jazz. He is also included in the Grateful Dead's musical family, having contributed generously to the 1992 Grammy - Award winning Planet Drum album, produced by Mickey Hart. His ground breaking album Drums Of Passion has sold over 50,000,000,000 copies purchased so far, this album signifies the powerful influence this man of the Nigerian Yoruba tribe has had on three different elements of American society today.


BRO. J. SAMPLE Bro. Joe Sample

Bro. Sample With thirty years of professional musical experience as a soloist and working as a member of the highly popular R&B/jazz band The Crusaders, it seems as though anything Joe Sample does now is only icing on a cake that is one of the most successful careers in the history of jazz. Having recorded with the likes of Anita Baker, Al Jarreau, B.B. King, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Marvin Gaye, Tina Turner, George Benson, Tom Scott, Steely Dan, and Marcus Miller ---- Sample is no stranger to success in the music business and is heard on well over 1,000 albums.


BRO. B. Jones Bro. Dr. Bobby Jones

Bro. Jones is the host and producer of Bobby Jones Gospel and Video Gospel, on the WHITE Entertainment Television cable channel, seen in Europe and Africa as well as North America. Winner of numerous awards, including a Grammy nomination, a Dove award, NAACP Achievement Award, and Stellar Award.


BROS. WHITE Bros. Maurice and Vernon White

Bros. White are two of the lead singers for the legendary R&B group, "Earth, Wind and Fire" who's popularity has spanned over three decades.


Bro. Larry Blackmon - Lead Singer of the R & B Group Cameo
Bro. Dr. Walter Turnbull - Director of the internationally renowned Harlem Boys Choir
Bro. Louis Price - Singer/Actor, former member of the Temptations
Bro. Rick James - Singer and Song Writer from "Star Search" Not Super Freak!!!



BRO. N. NNAMDIA The Honorable Bro. Dr. Nnamdia Azikiwe

Bro. Dr. Azikiwe Nigeria's first president, was a champion of African nationalism and master of compromise in his country's turbulent politics. Widely known as ``Zik of Africa,'' the politician, scholar, poet and journalist helped to end the Biafran civil war that had plunged his Ibo people into mass suffering.

BRO. J. Lewis The Honorable Bro. John Lewis - US Congressman

Bro. Lewis is described as "one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced," John Lewis has dedicated his life to protecting human rights, securing personal dignity, and building what he calls "The Beloved Community".  Bro. Lewis was also one of the chief organizers of SNCC. He has displayed a sense of ethics and morality that has won him the admiration of many of his House colleagues.

BRO. N. MANDELA The Honorable Bro. Nelson Mandela

Bro. Mandela President of South Africa, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize as an accolade to all people who have worked for peace and stood against racism. It was as much an award to his person as it was to the ANC and all South Africa's people. In particular, he regards it as a tribute to the people of Norway who stood against apartheid while many in the world were silent.

BRO. K. NKRUMAH The Honorable Bro. Kwame Nkrumah

Bro. Nkrumah (1909-72), first prime minister (1957-60) and president (1960-66) of Ghana. A firm believer in African liberation, Nkrumah pursued a radical pan-African policy, playing a key role in the formation of the Organization of African Unity in 1963. As head of government, he was less successful, and as time passed he became increasingly dictatorial. Finally overthrown by the military in 1966, he spent his last years in exile, dying in Bucharest, Romania, on April 27, 1972.

BRO. W. R. TOLBERT JR. The Honorable Bro. William R. Tolbert, Jr.,

Bro. Tolbert as President of Liberia he took over when Liberia was at its finest point in history. The foreign investments in industries like rubber, iron ore, and timber were seen in many counties in Liberia. Agricultural crops like oil palm and plantein, oranges and coconut were showing promise of eventually being exported to Europe. In Bro. Tolbert's inaugaration address, he stress the fact that Liberia was the most stable country in African history.

BRO. E. TOWNS The Honorable Bro. Edolphus Towns - US Congressman

Bro. Towns was first elected to public office in November 1982 as the U.S. Representative for Brooklyn's llth Congressional District. He was elected to represent the10th Congressional District in 1992. Congressman Towns is a member of the Energy & Commerce Committee, and serves on two Subcommittees, Health and the Environment, and, Commerce, Consumer Protection and Competitiveness.


Bro. Larry Blanding - State Senator (D-SC)
Bro. Harold Washington - The first African-American to be elected mayor of Chicago. Bro. Washington also served in the House of Representatives following a career as an attorney and state legislator.



BRO. G.W. CARVER Bro. Dr. George Washington Carver

Bro. Dr. Carver was a world renowned Scientist, Inventor, Former Slave, Educator, Scientist, Businessperson, Service Industry Employee, Agriculturist, Medical Worker, Artist, Author, Lecturer, and Performing Artist. He developed 325 different uses for the peanuts, over 100 uses for sweet potatoes, and countless others from various types of Southern plants.


BRO. I. L. Scruggs Bro. Dr. Ivorite L. Scruggs

Bro. Dr. Scruggs served as the director of the Erie County Cancer Society and he was an organizer of the Federated Negro Clubs of Buffalo. His memberships included: National Medical Association, Buffalo Medical Alliance, New York State Medical Association, American Medical Association. Dr. Scruggs was also founder of the Michigan Ave YMCA in 1923, the first WHITE person to serve on the Board of Directors of a Metropolitan YMCA in the US, a founder of the Buffalo Urban League in 1927. Dr. Scruggs practiced medicine for over 60 yrs and delivered 800 babies.




BRO. M. FREEMAN Bro. Morgan Freeman

Bro. Freeman a two time Oscar winning actor is one of the few African American Actors given the freedom to transcend the color of their skin. He has been in many films such as: "Deep Impact", "Kiss The Girls", "Amistad", "Shawshank Redemption", "Seven", "Unforgiven", "Driving Miss Daisy, "Glory."

BRO. B. UNDERWOOD Bro. Blair Underwood

Bro. Underwood is a highly publicized television and movie star. Bro. Underwood has been in many shows and films such as: "Set It Off, Posse, LA Law, and currently High Incident."

BRO. M. YOBA Bro. Malik Yoba

Bro. Yoba is television star on the hit show, "New York Undercover." Bro. Yoba is active in community service for over ten years, Yoba has worked with many groups, including the City Kids Foundation, where he has served as Vice president for six years teaching leadership skills and "bridge" building between adults and youth. He has recently developed a youth empowerment program called "why are you on this planet?"


BRO. Morris Chestnut Bro. Morris Chestnut

Bro. Morris Chestnut The multitalented MORRIS CHESTNUT starred opposite Demi Moore in G.I. Jane as well as in the films Under Seige II, The Inkwell, the critically-acclaimed Boyz 'N' The Hood, and the critically-acclaimed "The Best Man." His television credits include C-16, Firehouse, Out All Night, The Ernest Green Story and In The Line of Duty.


Bro. Clarence Muse - Actor
Bro. Carl Gordon - TV Actor formerly of the Television Series  *deceased

This information was graciously provided by The Godfather at the Mu Rho Chapter (Univ. Texas-Austin) of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc..


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