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mt 934 Yoncopm - S r (S £5 ! Edwards. McKay, Brown, Hattic, Davis, Victory Rathbun, Cox, Freedman, Willis, Doggett Tooke, Vilensky, Jeter, Embry, Julian, Cockrell Warters, Daniels, Entriken, Van Norman, Bell u M u « U (J I) « a o o « ALPHA SIGMA PI Alpha Sigma Pi, honorary freshman and sophomore fraternity, was established at Centenary College several years ago by Mrs. Mabel Campbell, dean of women, for the promotion of higher scholastic standing and the cultivation of a desire for culture and understanding of the arts. The fraternity has increased its membership regularly each year, and has been most prom- inent in academic activities. Each year the fraternity presents a chapel program, with a well- known speaker as the honor guest of the day. Honorary Members Mrs. Mabel Campbell Mary Warters C. L. Odom Officers Pearl Hattic President Paul Entriken Vice-President Marjory Brown Secretary Members Helen Embry Mary Evelyn Bell Grace Rathbun Melba Edwards Marjory Brown Joe Renov Billy Friedman Earnest Cockrell Mary Van Norman Pearl Hattic Edith Cox Mrs. Esther Victory Margaret Doggett Catherine Davis Meredith Willis Patsy Julian Hazel Daniels Bertha Vilensky Lois Jeter Paul Entriken Gladys Tooke Lillian McK ay 139
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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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LM934 Yoncopin JS? THE YONCOPIN Algie D. Brown Each year the copy of the Centenary yearbook, Yoncopin, has shown an improvement over the book of the previous year. This year the staff has combined individual efforts and ideas to produce a beautiful, unique book. This edition was edited by Algie Brown, with Miriam Smith and Leon Adams as associate editors, and Donald Rhea as business manager. A great deal of the beauty anil unity of th: publication is due to Jacques Caspari, art editor, who con- tributed his talents to the arrangement and artistic effects. The YOxNCOPIN for 1934 strives to be " different, " in color and tone, and was made so by the interest and enthusiasm of the entire staff. Ai.gie Brown . Miriam Smith . Kenneth Kellam Margaret Hope . Staff . • Editor-in-Chief Donald Rhea . . . Associate Editor Leon Adams . . • . . . Spoi s Editor Bubs Murphy . . . . Organization:, Ann Cargill . . . Rose Margaret Overton .... Features Charles Stoer Advertising Moss Dixey Advertising . Business Manager . . ■ Associate Editor Assistant Sports Editor ■ ■ . Organizations Top: Smith, .Overton, Rhea. Caspari. Dixey Bottom: Hope. Stoer, Adams. Murphey, Cargill 1 40 u tf if u u u a if tf if u if u a if
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