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Ix Cercle Francais Founded, IQ2Q The French Society was organized in 1929 by the head of the department of modern languages and those students who were interested in the study of the French language. The society has for its purpose increasing the interest in the study of the French language, literature and customs. G. S. Siudy Officers G. S. Siudy President Margaret Hogan Vice-President Alice Dickinson Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Moss Dudley Loop Jeanette Word James Sinsintaffer Catherine Cline Marie Davis Dorothy Clark Betty Adger Edna Neill Edna Hardin Armand Roos Ruth Saltzman Members Lucille Althar Jacques Caspari Georgia Mitchell Dorothy Molhusen Marjorie Whitten Everett Neal Moss Bannerman Mary Eleanor Lutz Elise Trigg Dr. E. L. Ford rolene rathbun Marjorie O ' Neal 117
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Alpha Sigma Chi The Alpha Sigma Chi was founded at Centenary, No- vember 3, 1930, by a group of students seriously interested in Chemistry. The objective of the society is the promotion of interest in the science of Chemistry. Membership is con- fined to students taking second-year chemistry or having had the second year. The student must also fulfill certain schol- astic requirements. Moss Bannerman Officers Moss Bannerman . President Thomas Cook Vice-President Charles Hightower Secretary-Treasurer Moss Bannerman James Burke Thomas Cook Leonard Christenson Henry Karam Members A. G. Stuckev Rose Velinsky Charles Hightower Merle Martin Alice Dickinson Austin Robertson Dudley Loop Willis Taylor Arthur Le Rosen- Bessie Renfro Gus Thomasson 116
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Alpha Sigma Pi Alpha Sigma Pi, honorary scholastic fraternity for first- year students, was organized simultaneously on the campi of more than twenty leading colleges and universities through- out the United States, in the fall of 1931. The purpose of the society is to offer suitable reward and recognition of scholarship among first-year students. Mack Randolph Officers Mack Randolph President Eugene Ford Vice-President Norman Woody . Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Advisors Dean A. R. Campbell Professor C. L. Odom Professor Mary Waters Members Norman Woody Betty Adger Roy Bennett Edith Bailey Joe Billy Wood Mack Randolph Helenita Bolster Virginia Hodges Harriet Jones Hazel Brown Margaret Dobbs Eugene Ford Margaret Gribble Margaret King 118
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