Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1932

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The Burpeirs ' Club Pass Word: A slow moaning sound emerging from the esophagus. Jerry Carter President Iridell M. Clark . Vice-President Members Mildred Nusser Club Siren Robert " Sunny " See Club Sponsor Mary Wemple Sponsor Ben RoSHTON Prettiest Man Margaret Connell Dr. Wheeler Clyde Lee Pledges Roy Stringfellow Club Crooner Olive Gorton Queen Penelope Jackson Club Beauty Dr. King Crofford Womack Fish Eye Hope Bob Webb Donald Rhea Josephine Tierney Glenn Walker Ruth Lee (Pledge broken due to weak stomach) Long dreary hours of practice, sleepless nights filled with worry, which even Dr. Pinkham ' s Wonder Tonic could not eliminate. Days which seemed to drag with them the last feeble ray of hope. Such are the struggles of sensitive souls towards their glistening goals of glory. For months I endured the abuses, scorn and ridicule of my fellow classmates, without losing that precious bit of courage which made it pos- sible to carry on against the overwhelming odds. Many a time and oft did I call myself a fool to spend my life ' s blood on an art which few mor- tals have the aesthetic power to appreciate. Success, my young friends, comes unexpectedly, the ebon hour before the brilliant dawn. Thus it came to me just as the infinite fog of despair was about to settle upon my stooping shoulders. A full, queer sensation pervaded by being. I realized it was coming — and then — eager and breathless, I waited. At last — the rich, golden tones of a perfect belch. We Thumb the Nose of Score At- — 1. Riding pants on the campus. 2. High school sweaters on high school athletes who have graduated from high school. 3. Girls who describe their ideal men to get free publicity. 4. The Masquers Club. 5. Yell leaders who wear fraternity pins on their sweaters at football games. 6. Dan Finch. 7. The Interfraternity Council. 8. The present rushing rules. 9. Girls who curse, ' n smoke, ' n worse. 10. Peggy Hodge. 11. Girls in fraternity houses. 12. The 1932 baseball and track teams. 13. The left-outs in Popularity Contest. 1 4. The Chrysler roadster with red wire wheels and red stripe around it. 15. Bob Webb, because he tried to date Black and she turned him down for " Cap " Lee.

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|yyi NO 6UE%% WE ' D HRT riO ' LEDQ-ES Y£T? BETTER SHI i y. • jug u« " %$z V I 5cir J ..tftHirr ,V I O « l-E- OATHS DON ' T 5PC 7 V TO HIM HE Wr Zeta Tau Alpha The Zetas started the year off with a bang (about all the noise they ' ve made all year). Numerous pledges were obtained by the usual ' ' Bunk and Bul- lem " process, which is quite similar to a po ' itician ' s promises. However, only one was initiated. The rest evidently wanted to belong to a sorority. Since the gang went K. A. things ain ' t been right on the ole campus; even the elections are dishonest now. But then there ' s always Ruth Lee to be different and sup- port Lambda Theta Chi. The chapter should show some improvement, as Lu- cille Connell of Election Scandal fame, has been grad- uated. ifj ui£L£3s to mf With such bodies to work with as Olive Gorton, Rolene Rathbun, Josie Neal, etc., it was thought that a fast basketball team cou ' d be developed. It was found that their speed was quite remote from the physical sense. Due to temperamental inconsistencies they re- Chi Omega fused to play. To lighten their social burden Gertrude Rathbun smiled at a boy — just once, tho — then again they sunk back into oblivion until Marjorie Molt started to " talk " things up for them. The pledging of Nell B. helped ease the pain, as it gave the Zetas a good bump. Alpha Xi Delta The oncoming rush season forced the Alphas into a huddle and panic. It was beyond their control. Their only hope was their patron saint, Dean Campbell, who responded beautifully and etc. Finally, after a half- shot rush week, Charlotte Mills and Etheylene Graves and other noncombatants were acquired — thus the chap- ter ' s day and charter was saved. However, dissension was among them, as many an Alpha vote was found cast for Mary Wemple, the Zeta Zephyr, in the Spon- sor Election.



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