APO secret password, notes, motto and handshakes
Lord Dr. Frank Reed Horton MOTTO:
Be a leader Be a Friend Be of Service APO MOTTO:
Study First before alpha Phi Omega but Alpha phi Omega First Before
Do a Good turn Daily BIRD:
Golden Eagle TREE:
Sturdy Oak Tree COLOR:
Blue & Gold (Eternity & Preciousness) FLOWER:
Fleur-de-liz, (Forget-me-not) PUBLICATION:
Torch and treefoil SLOGAN:
Do a Good turn Daily SONG: Toast Song JEWEL: Diamond CANDY: Chili
4 NOT'S OF APO 1.Not to Quit 2.Not to Squeal 3.Not to Lie 4.Not to Complain 5 DUTIES OF APO
1.Study hard for APO
2.Respect Sr. Brod and Sis
3.Attend Fraternity & sorority Meeting And Activity 4.Entertain Visiting Brod's and Sis
5.Pay my Due's
APO 13 FOUNDING MEMBERS: 1. Herbert Heinrich 2. William Highberger 3. Ellsworth Dobson 4. George Olsen 5. Everette Probst 6. Thane Cooley 7. William Wood 8. Gordon Looney 9. Lewis Blair 10. Ephraim Detwiller 11. Donald Fritts 12. Robert Green 13. Donald Terwillinger APO 6 ADVISERS: 1. John MacCraken 2. Donald Prentice 3. Arthur Hatch 4. Harry Spengler 5. Herbert Horton 6. Ray Wyland
12 JEWELS 1. Trustworthy (Mapagkatiwalaan) 2. Loyal (Tapat) 3. Helpful (Matulungin) 4. Friendly (Palakaibigan) 5. Courteous (Magalang) 6. Kind (Mabait) 7. Obedient (Masunurin) 8. Cheerful (Masayahin) 9. Thrifty (Matipid) 10. Brave (Matapang) 11.Clean (Malinis)
12.Reverent (Kagalang- galang) 12 JEWELS…..
A Scout tells the truth. He is honest, and he keeps his promises. People can depend on him.
A Scout is true to his family, friends, Scout leaders, school, and nation.
A Scout cares about other people. He willingly volunteers to help others without expecting payment or reward.
A Scout is a friend to all. He is a brother to other Scouts. He offers
his friendship to people of all races and nations, and respects them even if their beliefs and customs are different from his own.
A Scout is polite to everyone regardless of age or position. He knows that using good manners makes it easier for people to get along.
A Scout knows there is strength in being gentle. He treats others as he
wants to be treated. Without good reason, he does not harm or kill any
A Scout follows the rules of his family, school, and troop. He obeys the laws of his community and country. If he thinks these rules and laws
are unfair, he tries to have them changed in an orderly manner rather than disobeying them.
A Scout looks for the bright side of life. He cheerfully does tasks that come his way. He tries to make others happy.
A Scout works to pay his own way and to help others. He saves for the future. He protects and conserves natural resources. He carefully uses
time and property.
A Scout can face danger although he is afraid. He has the courage to stand for what he thinks is right even if others laugh at him or threaten
A Scout keeps his body and mind fit and clean. He chooses the company of those who live by high standards. He helps keep his home and
A Scout is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties.
He respects the beliefs of others. HIERACHY OF LOYALTIES
1.Loyalty to God 2.Loyalty to Country 3.Loyalty to family
4.Loyalty to the members of Fraternity & sorority
5.Loyalty to the Ideal of School other Loyalties to come
We build a new tomorrow from this old wreckled land of woe. Build it High
Build it Strong
Build it with strong men & Women of ALPHA PHI OMEGA. THE PREAMBLE OF ALPHA PHI OMEGA
We the Alpha Phi Omega International Philippines Inc... Imploring the aid of the almighty God, in order to secure for us the scouth oath and law, to deliver program of service to our Fellowmen do here by ordain, promulgate & establish this code of by laws.
APO CODES OF ETHICS:
A force Kindness, Deserve no thanks, willingness to serve others does wait until it is asked for good turn.
In a Heart of a seed buried very deep, a clear little Plant lay fast asleep "AWAKE" said the sunshine & creep to the light "ARISE" said the Raindrops & Tears will be dry.
APO SONG: Toast Song
Here to ALPHA PHI OMEGA,Loyal brother we,True to self & to each other,Firm in loyalty,Daily working, daily striving,Ever more to beMen of ALPHA PHI OMEGA,Our fraternity,Brothers clasp the hands of brothers,Strong the circle we,Ever mindful, ever serving all humanity,Now we raise our grateful voices,In our song to thee,Men of ALPHA PHI OMEGA,May we always be...
Pledge of loyalty: If you work for a man, in heaven’s name,
work for him,
speak well of him,
and stand by the institution that he represents.
an ounce of loyalty
is worth a pound of cleverness. If you must grawl,
condemn and eternally find fault, why?
resign your position!
And when you are in the outside, damn to your heart’s contents!
But as long as you are a part of the institution, do not condemn it.
For if you do,
the first high wind that comes along will blow you away.
you’ll never know why. TAGALOG:
“KATAPATAN BA’Y ANO KUNG DI KA RIN MAN LANG TAPAT” (Elbert Kim Hubbard)
Kung Maglilingkod ka sa isang tao, sa nglan ng langit paglingkuran mo siya, ipagkapuri mo siya at manindigan sa institusyon na kanyang kinakatawan. Alalahanin mo na ang isang butil ng katapatan ay
kasinghalaga ng isang kabang katalinuhan.
Kung kinakailangan mong magsuwail, manuligsa at mamintas ng walang hanggang aba, magbitiw sa tungkulin at kapag tiwalag ka na ay saka magtungayaw ng buong kasiyahan mo. Ngunit habang ikaw ay bahagi ng isang institusyon, huwag mo itong lapastanganin. Kapag ginawa mo iyan ay papalisin ka ng unang unos na daratal at marahil kailanman ay hindi mo na matatalos pa kung BAKIT.
Coat of Arms (Meaning):
The sword, diagonally across the center, symbolizes Leadership, a great purpose of our Fraternity, reminding us that we are to cultivate in ourselves and others Leadership of the highest type for the college, for the Nation, and for the world.
The knight's helmet at the top symbolizes courtesy, friendship, and service characteristic of the knighthood of old.
The cross in the upper left-hand corner is the cross of Lafayette College where the Fraternity was founded. This is a constant reminder that things eternal are of value as we serve our God and our
fellowman in the Brotherhood of Alpha Phi Omega.
The four squares about the cross, each contain three drops of blood. These twelve drops symbolize the twelve parts of the Scout Law;
Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent. These principles are our life's blood as we strive to make them the code of all mankind. The three torches representing higher education, in the upper part of the shield to the right, likewise, represent the three cardinal
principles of this Fraternity: Leadership, Friendship, and Service. The three fleur-de-lis in the lower part of the shield, symbolize the world movement of Scouting, and the three points of the Scout Oath: Duty to God and country, duty to others, and duty to self. As the illuminated heavens guide us at night, the four stars above the
Coat of Arms represent our four-fold program of Service: To our Fraternity
To our college
To our community, and
Lastly you will note the name of Fraternity at the bottom-Alpha Phi Omega
Fraternity Pin (Meaning):
The three triangular portions surrounding the center contain the three Greek
letters-Alpha, Phi, Omega. These stand for Leadership, Friendship, and Service,
the principles of Alpha Phi Omega.
In the center of the badge you will note the sun and its spreading rays.
The sun symbolizes fraternity unity and fellowship in Alpha Phi Omega.
The rays are widespread to remind us of our obligation to serve all mankind.
The white background emphasizes the need of worthwhile activity on the part of Alpha Phi Omega members as we serve God and mankind. The twelve small jewels forming the circle around the sun represent the twelve parts of the Scout Law, which our badge keeps before us and
which should govern our words, actions, and deeds. The circle is perfectly
formed, indicating that this Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega should be an unbroken circle of Brothers united in purpose, true in Friendship, and
Demonstrates handclasp: The forefinger is extended over the wrist of the member.
The other three fingers are placed together beneath the wrist. The three fingers
represent the threefold purpose of Alpha Phi Omega, that of Leadership, Friendship,
and Service. These are bound together by a single tie, represented by the forefinger.
The meaning is:
Leadership, Friendship, and Service, bound by a single tie--Alpha Phi Omega.
Our Greek motto/Password is:
Ark-he, Phi-Ii-a, Oh-phi-li-a
The meaning is: