James C. Logan
James C. Logan was initiated into Xi Chapter, Washington University, St. Louis, where he graduated in 1936 with an LL.B degree. From 1945-47 he served his first term on the Grand Council, as Grand Pylortes. In 1951, the eighth national office, Grand Hegemon, was created and Logan was elected to fill it. A Kansas City attorney, James became the 19th Grand Prytanis at the 27th Conclave in 1953in Des Moines, Iowa. He wrote the first fraternity textbook on chapter rushing entitled "Rushing Tips." During this office a national housing fund, creative expansion program, and doctrine of chapter autonomy selection was established. Frater Logan was awarded the Order of the Golden Eagle Award in 1993. On February 29, 1997, at the age of 83, he entered into the Chapter Eternal.