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

 - Class of 1933

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Page 181 text:

tf ' J ft Wo ONE ftrff -OOD TflftTSRVtP H CONTEST " BULLEVE OR NO " 1. J. B. STORKV-Foi the past thirteen votes for the handso twelve brothers. 2. MIRIAM SMITH- -Who tries t winks and a line. She has made ; audit for her sorority. 3. STOLEN VOTES— Nine thousand and lifted from the contest manager ' s ca was white-washed at the iinal count, gotten from Miss — — . has received -his own and rule the Campus with ■ a wonderful publicity some odd votes were , however t lie party Proof of this can be 4. — — The Hand-Bag that saved the day for the winner of the Sponsor Contest. The count was becoming close wiili the winner behind when the grip arrived with L,G50,0C0 votes for her. 5. BURNING IIIMSKI.l IN EFFIGY — Upon falling in love, presented his girl with a large photo of himself which was promptly returned, so in a moment of rash pas ion he ignited the picture on her lab. desk. 6. OUR OWN HERMITESS — Voted one of the Campus ' pret- tiest last year, yet she refuses to look at members of the Masculine clan.

Page 180 text:

" BULLEVE OR NO " 1. C. McDONALD — The one-man Pan-Hellenic who pledged practically every frat. on the Campus and finally woke up with a K. A. button. 2. C. FRENCH — One of the busy vote-buyers in the Popular- ity Election. 3. BETH HEARD— The Chi Omega Liability— It cost the chapter five dollars in fines to pledge her, only to have her go K. A. V. M. COWAN — Saved the Zeta ' s traditions by being the only member having a K. A. pin this year. FRED EDGAR — President of the student body was seen posting an independent ticket for the popularity contest directly above the ballot box, possibly to inspire clean pol- itics — his own name, however, headed the list.



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lAlpha Xi Delta 0 ASSOCIATE KPf EDITH BAILEY NAMED " SWEETHEART OF FOOTBALL TEAM " ■• Smift ' v •• ItPoem Is Dedicated To Edith Bailey By Kdna Hardin- Edith Balley- TnTcWminT MARY BLANCHARD RUNS EDITH BAILEY CLOSE RACE - LOSES BY Unknown Xi SMALL MAJORITY, 24,000 VOTES Alpha Xi D. Pledges Name " B i g Sisters " Alpha Xi Delta pWge have , Wb a anybody ' s. Jo E4t Kailey »r that afcc doe - V .11 inmeone plea tell that lit- ; blur c " " 1; Bail. on M.r.un Sm.th, . ley for lh 5:lf. j.ri ■ „ l U. Strictly :S _?: _ _ _i Edit 1. Bailey} the Sm.dy col vritten hy an un- The thought ir 1 I humbly d " TO EDITH. by the pledges, « and helpmates ii college lift. Tie ■he pledges of Alpha Xj fc_e.lt ALPHA l DELTA. Alpha Xi Delta Slumber Party CAMPUS PERSONALITIES IDIl H BAILEY Z. 2 .■ • " " " ' " [Edith 6ailey to Try Bailey Heads Frosh Scholastic Society For Trip to World ' s Fair in Chicago; III. Ma.s Randolph, second Indent body to represent Ce ,e ticket coMUt sponsored by hown in the Municipal audi Should Miss Bailey sell the 1 Noted Speaker Alpha Xi at Hotel is Delta Mrs. He|en Ce .rude Handle, tn ' croloj.l! psyfho alumna of the Alph pte-ir:: L.PHA XI DELTA CELE- STES ITS BIRTHDAY— ALPHA XI DELTAS TO WIN SORORITY CHAMPIONSHIP HEAR YE! HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Ye Royal Senate is now in Session. On the bright and shining morning of April 26th in the year 1933, the colossal, the stupendous, the magnificent Student Body Senate met for the first time in Centenary ' s history — presided over by none other than his Royal Highness, the Student President. The Senate began that astounding forty- five minute session that was to rock the walls of Centenary for weeks, or maybe years, to follow. The rocking came from laughs from the faculty and students who know Centenary ' s position in regard to certain problems. The first great laugh handed ye ole Donkeypin Editor was the appointment of an entertainment committee. Pray, dear Senators, give us the light. What is the entertainment committee for? If providing entertainment is its purpose, it is not necessary; for the body ' s own actions are quite amusing. The next step taken was really too pathetic to be laughed at. It con- cerned dancing. The Almighty Senate is going to ask the Board of Trus- tees to come out and confer with IT on the question of dancing. This part • PAGE 178 •

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