"Final Boxing Matches" Lyle Anderson takes on Gerald Bell in the 135-pound division. Alfred Quinn and Roy Odell mix it in another 135-pound bout. "...Notice how the colored fellow in the fights sure knocked the vanilla out the Gerry Bell. Being a Bell fan, got my tongue wrapped around my eye tooth and couldn't see what I was saying and yelled the famous words: 'stop that bloody battle!'"
Curriculum in Action, Volume 2 no. 1 November 1970. The Minority Student in California. Cover Photo and Caption: Discussing new materials on minority groups for possible integration into the curriculum are: From left: Dr. Alfred Artuso, superintendent; Fred Beteta, co-chairman of the Committee of 14; William Jones, district consultant; Dr. Moulton Johnson, president of the SMJCD Board of Education; Raymond Acevedo, Mexican-American coordinator, and [Alfred Thomas Quinn] college community relations coordinator.
Excerpt from The Romance of African Methodism by George A. Singleton, NY: Exposition Press, . The Four Horsemen - Founders of the African Methodist Episcopal Church: Bishop Richard Allen, Bishop William Paul Quinn, Bishop Daniel A. Payne, Bishop Henry M. Turner.