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Page 152 text:
The Yoncopin, 1933 Top: Hightower. Christenson, Taylor, Karam, Robertson, Ranclle, Cook. Center: Entriken, Loop, Le Rosen, Carter, Bannerman, Henry. Bottom: Dickinson, Reeves, Johnson, Eubank, Stuckey. ALPHA SIGMA CHI Alpha Sigma Chi was founded at Centenary, November 3, 1930, by a group of students seri- ously interested in Chemistry. The objectives of the society is the promotion of interest in the science of Chemistry. Membership is confined to students taking second-year chemistry or hav- ing had the second year. The student must also fulfill certain scholastic requirements. Officers Charles Hightower President Thomas Cook . . . . Vice-President Dudley Loop Secretary-Treasurer Dr. J. B. Entrikin Faculty Advisor Members Moss Bannerman Owen Carter Henry Karam W. L. Dean Guy Stuckey Annece Reeves Leonard Christenson Mary Davies James Burke Helen Randle Alice Dickinson Clay Johnson Austin Robertson Frank Henry Arthur LeRosen Will Eubank Willia Taylor • PAGE 148 •
Page 151 text:
The Yoncopin, 1933 Top: Karam, Henry, Galbreath, Eubank, King. Bottom: Waters, Burke, Bannerman, Johnson. PI MU SIGMA Pi Mu Sigma, a pre-medical fraternity, was organized in the fall of 1925 by the students of Centenary who had chosen the held of medicine as their profession. The aim of this organization is to stimulate zeal on the part of the pre-medical students for their future work, and to aid students in affiliating themselves with the leading medical schools of the country. Visits are made to the hospitals of the city, and the leading doctors of these institutions instruct the members. Every student interested in medi- cine and current problems of medical science is eligible for membership. Officers Frank Henry President James Burke Vice-President Clay JOHNSON . . Secretary-Treasurer Moss Bannerman Henry Karam Members Will Eubank Bill Galbreath Miss Warthrs Sponsors Dr. King • PAGE 147 •
Page 153 text:
The Yoncopin, 1933 s Vft|P ALPHA SIGMA PI Alpha Sigma Pi, honorary scholastic fraternity for Freshmen and Sophomores, was organized simultaneously on the campi of more than twenty leading colleges and universities throughout the United States in the fall of 1931. The purpose of the society is to offer suitable reward and recognition among first-year stu- dents. In the two years the fraternity has been organized on the Centenary campus it has done a great deal in promoting and maintaining interest in scholastic activities. Officers Edith Bailey President Walter Kirklaxd Vice-President Annece Reeves Secretary Owen Carter Treasurer Dean A. R. Campbell Edith Bailey Irene Beene Roy Bennett Ernest Cockrell Edith Cox Hall Trichel Faculty Advisors Professor Odom Members Hazel Daniels Melba Edwards Helen Embry Virginia Hodges Lois Jeter Mack Randolph Walter Kirkland Prof. Mary Warters Maxine Lau Flavia Leary Mary Lou McIlheny Annece Reeves Joe Renov Ruth Weir • PAGE 149 •
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