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Dr.  Oscar J. Cooper

     (1888 -  1972)

 The City of Brotherly Love may never inherit a citizen as diligent, professional, dedicated, and focused as brother Oscar J. Cooper. Brother Cooper was a graduate of D.C.’s M Street High School. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University in 1913. In 1917 he earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine from Howard University. For half a century, brother Cooper practiced the art of internal medicine in Philadelphia, PA approximately 3 hours from where he received his medical degree. During his undergraduate days, he was one of the original "Three Musketeers" who founded Omega Psi Phi.   The Good Lord blessed brother Cooper with eighty four years of life; he left behind a legacy of scholarship which will long be remembered not only by the brothers of Omega, but by all men who seek to set them selves apart from the average individual in society.

 


 

Professor Frank Coleman

     (1890 -  1967) 

Brother Coleman’s love for Science and physics is what he shared with his mentor and advisor, Dr. Ernest E. Just, during his undergraduate days at Howard University. His friendship with Oscar Cooper, and Edgar Love earned them the distinction of the "Three Musketeers" on Howard University’s campus during their undergraduate studies.  Brother Coleman was born in D.C. where he attended M Street High School. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Howard University in 1913. He taught as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and was the head of the Physics Department at Howard University.

 

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