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Page 158 text:
First Row : Entriken, Dixey, Van Norman. Second Row : Thomas, Snyder, Tooke. Third Row : McKay, Velinsky, El- lerbe. Fourth Row : Allardyce, Her. Fifth Row : Leabo, Friend, Julian. Sixth Row: " Stout, Stagg, Freedman. Sev- enth Row : Trickett, Lane, Calhoun. Eighth Row : Rathbun, Preston, Davis. Ninth Row : Friedenburg. ALPHA SIGMA PI Alpha Sigma Pi, honorary Freshman and Sophomore fraternity, was established at Centen- ary 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 been most prominent in academic activities and has increased its mem- bership regularly each year. OFFICERS Paul Entriken Effa Nell Thomas Lillene McKay President Vice-President Secretary MEMBERS Marjorie Allerdyce Margaret Calhoun Catherine Davis Moss Dixey Mollie Ell erbf. Paul Entriken Billii: Freedman Edgar Friedenburc Joyce Friend Sallie Iler Patsy Julian Jack Lane Mrs. A. C. Lawton Kathleen Leabo Lillene McKay Ruth Preston Grace Virginia Rathburn Millard Snyder Phillip Stacg Edna Marie Stout Gladys Tooke Effa Nell Thomas Ed Trickertt Mary Virginia Van Norman Bertha Velinsky O D
Page 157 text:
C. L. Odom Faculty Advisor ALPHA CHI Eta Sigma Chi, local chapter of Alpha Chi. national honorary fraternity was organized at Centenary College March, 1925. The purpose of this organization is to raise the standards of scholarship, to promote high ideals of character and honor and to inspire the individual effort of the members of the student body. In order to be eligible for membership in the society a student must rank high scholastically and morally, and must take part in some outside activity. OFFICERS Owen Carter Roy Bennett Betty Adcer Hazel Brown Vircinia Hodges President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS Betty Adcer W. G. Banks Irene Beene Roy Bennett Hazel Brown Marjory Brown Mrs. A. R. Campbell Owen Carter Pierce Cline Edith Cox Allie Marie Curzadd Hazel Daniels Melba Edwards Dorothy Glynn Ellis Helen Embry J. B. Entriken Katherine French Marcaret Harris John A. Hardin Virginia Hodces Lois Jeter Rev. A. C. Lawton Flavia Leary S. D. Morehead Dorothy Moss . . C. L. Odom W. G. Phelps Mack Randolph Laura Stella Scheer S. A. Stecer Ester Horton Victory Estelle Wilson Alice Mae Wilkinson First Row: Ellis, Randolph, Hodges Second Row: Wilkin- son, Victory. Third Row : Campbell, Harris, Wilson. Fourth Row : Ford, Daniels. Fifth Row : Steger, Adger, Jeter. Sixth Row : Bennett, French. Seventh Row : M. Brown, Cox, Phelps. Eighth Row: Curzadd, Edwards. Ninth Row: Embry, Hardin, Carter. Tenth Row : H. Brown, Leary, Beene. PLP
Page 159 text:
ALPHA SIGMA CHI Alpha Sigma Chi, Centenary ' s most prominent chemistry fraternity, is composed of only second year chemistry students who rate high in all scholastic activities. Dr. John B. Entriken. head of the college chemistry department, organized this group No- vember 3, 1930. for the purpose of advancing collegiate interest in the science of chemistry. Al- though the fraternity is not strictly of an hon- orary 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 years. OFFICERS Owen Carter Will Eubanks Steven Bradley President Vice-President Secretary MEMBERS Arthur Addison Stephen Bradley Samuel Burleson Elizabeth Carlton Owen Carter Dr. John B. Entriken Paul Entriken Will Eubanks Glenn Leopard Walter McCook C. C. McCleary Lillene McKay Jack Marston Abraham Nicholas James Stucky Dr. L. A. Thayer First Row : Burleson, Stuekey, Marston. Second Row : Mc- Cleary, Carlton, McCook. Third Row : McKay, Bradley, Ad- dison. Fourth Row : Nicholas, Eubanks, Leapord. Fifth Row : Entriken, Carter. ALP
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