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IM9 34 voncop in , Top: Warters, Crim, McCook, Crow, Johnson Bottom: Woods, Broyle, Eubank, Bntriken U W M (I M U 1) U u u u w PHI MU SIGMA The activities of Pi Mu Sigma, pre-medical fraternity, are extremely interesting and educational to the students belonging to the organizations. The fraternity was organized in 1925 for the purposes of bringing medical students together for the formation of a closer fellowship and the sharing of common interests. Also, the fra- ternity strives to give instruction and inspirational guidance. The fraternity meets regularly to hear prepared talks by the members and by prominent doctors of the city. Visits are made regularly to sanitariums for medical observations. Officers Will Eubank • President Clay H. Johnson • Vice-President Hercell Crow Secretary-Treasurer Members Truett Crim Walter McCook Joe Broyles Joe Billy Woods Will Eubank Faculty Advisors Miss Mary Warters Dr. John B. Entriken 137
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1 19 m Yoncop in i Top: Odom, Phelps, Morehead, Entriken, Robertson, Smith, Brown Center: LeRosen, Webb, Durham, Parrot, Hardin, Hodges, Leary Bottom: Molt, Beene, Weir, Noel. Adger, Scales ETA SIGMA CHi Eta Sigma Chi is a member of the Scholarship Societies of the South, and is composed of students ranking highest in the junior and senior classes of Centenary College, ft was organized in 1922 by Prof. C. L. Odom, Psychology instructor, and has served as a stimulus to creative and advanced scholarship on the campus since that time. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote interest in advanced learning and in leadership, for the members must fill requirements not only of scholarship, but of leadership and initiative. Also, Eta Sigma Chi stands for the building of character, and practical intellect. Members are voted into the organization much as are members to a social fraternity, by unanimous vote. Each year the fraternity sends two delegates to the annual meeting of the Scholarship Societies of the South. Faculty Advisor Professor C. L. Odom Austin Robertson Edna Hardin . Owen Carter Austin Robertson Edna Hardin Myrtle Virginia Weir Manning Smith Virginia Hodges Professor W. G. Phelps Dr. John B. Entriken Officers . . President Manning Smith Treasurer Vice-President Myrtle Virginia Weir Secretary Members Arthur LeRosen Hazel Brown Irene Beene Mrs. Fannie Keller Webb James Noel Francis Noel Francis Durfiam Lois Parrot Flavia Leary Marjorie Molt Roy Bennett Mary Blanche Scales Betty ' Adger Honorary Members Mrs. Mabel Campbell Professor Gerard Banks 36 Dr. S. D. Morehead Professor Pierce Cline W u u u u
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' X 19 34 Yoncop in j Top: Bntriken, Johnson, Reeves. Carter, Woods Center: Burleson, Robertson, LeRosen. Crim Bottom: Rousse, Eutaanks, Liebert ALPHA SIGMA CHI Alpha Sigma Chi, Centenary ' s pr minent chemistry fraternity, is composed of second year chemistry students who rank high in all scholastic endeavors. The societv is headed bv Dr. John B. Entriken, head of the college chemistry department, who organized the group November 3, 1930, for the purpose of advancing collegiate interest in the science of chemistry. Although the fraternity is not strictly of a honorary nature, certain scholastic requirements are necessary for membership and the fraternity lists among its members some of Centenary ' s most brilliant students and graduates of the past several years. Officers Leonard Christensen President Arthur LeRosen Vice-President Clay Johnson Secretary-Treasurer Joh R. Entriken Faculty Advisor Members Clay Johnson Truett Crim Arthur LeRosen Guy Stuckev Owen Carter Edwin Leibert Elizabeth Carlton Austin Robertson Aneece Reeves Gordon Rousse Sam Burleson Sieve Bradley Joe Billy Woods I3f f U U If If tf U W tf tf tf tf « tf
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