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

 - Class of 1935

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THE JUNGLE LIGHT Vol. I SHKEVEPOKT, LOUISIANA, MAY 17, 1935 No. 4 COMMITTEE NOMINATES STUDENTS COW IN THE CABBAGE There has been some gripeing about this column lately but you might as well stop as we are going to pan all of our enemies and praise all of our friends. It seems as though Jane Grey and Patsy Julian are inseparable friends. A good idea we think, no one else wants either one of them. We are going to take off our hats and bow low to " Cowboy " for his cap- ture of one of fairer Co-eds. We think that Lorinda is a cute gal also Wally. Some of the gals that didn ' t have looks enough to get in the beauty con- test and are not smart enough to keep their mouths shut about the way it was run and the winners are getting on people ' s nerves especially the ole cow in the cabbage. What has become of the great Fair- man. We never hear of him any more; not that it bothers us any. Fairman has made himself scarce since he lost that hook. The great Tooke-White romance seems to still be flourishing. Congrat- ulation Doyle on your patience, you need all of it. In the mind of ye ole cow one of the season ' s brainless wonders has been one of the prize rushee of the past season. Ye ole cow will not name him because he would take it for a compliment. Our most versatile man, Kenneth Kermit Kellam, really deserves his title for he was a debateable debater, a questionable cheerleader and a most ex- cellent card trick artist. While we are on the popularity con- test we must mention our Cutest Girl, [n our humble opinion the ticket should have had another place on it for her, Cutest Girl limits her possibili- ties too much. She could have been World Champion Coke Drinker, if you have got the nickle, International Boy Fooler and Champion Pianist, provided she doesn ' t forget the music. Centenary Frat Men En- dangered by Rat Poison Many prominent Centenary Fra- ternity men were recently endan- gered when the rat exterminating committee visited the Kappa Al- pha house. In this recent cam- paign workers were visiting the different houses putting out poi- son. When he knocked on the Old Colonial House across the campus Brothers Harton, Bray, Fraser, Glassel, Hutchinson and Dixon were seen making a wild dash from the front door to the Arts Building. The Jungle Staff wishes to re- port that none of the dear broth- ers were hurt in the rush, and none were killed by the poison. The city fathers report the cam- paign was a failure. Student Committee Nominates Themselves for Positions on Popularity Contest Ticket The student nominating com- mittee for the popularity contest returned their nomination to the floor for the student body vote. The committee was composed of Leon Adams, Walter Kirkland, Richard Fraser, Katherine French, Mariam Smith, Elgin Hamner, Kenneth Kellam, Rose Margaret Overton and Pearl Hattic. All members of the committee were nominated to run on the ticket with the exception of Pearl Hattic. She refused a nomination so that there would be an inno- cent part to report to the student body. All of members were nominat- ed by a vote of 8 to 1 with the ex- ception of Kellam who received all 9 votes. There were 9 mem- bers which included Kellam. THE COMMON POTATO By Apple Siuder Some time ago we commented on the weather. At that time we were of the opinion that it would rain but now we have changed our mind. This time frankly we do not know what is going to happen. We intend to lead the students of this college out of the wil- derness by our articles on Faith, Hope and Charity. You may think that this column doesn ' t make sense but we don ' t mind what you think because we think that it is rotten too. The thing for all good little college boys and girls to do is to go to bed early every night, drink plenty of ap- ple siudy and write your Ma every day. By this time you are probably say- ing that fool hasn ' t any sense; we don ' t mind, we know it too. In case this is too bitter a dose, go in the kitchen, pour yourself a drink of water and put one heaping tablespoon of soda in it. After drinking this our gas won ' t bother you at all. College students are more serious minded to-day than they have ever been before. Never in years back have the young men studied recipes like they are to-day. Why? The professors in the modern schools should not censor the students as it causes them to have insomnia, which spoils their class room sleeping. When awaking a sleeping student the in- structor should be very gentle, never striking the sleeper with anything larger than a baseball bat, anything larger might cause a knot to form on the sleeper ' s head.

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KAMPUS KHARAGTERS l ' D BETTER HAVE) (a contest THIS WEEK - 1 NEED SOME NEWS FOR) THE P( PER ! boV.IMISS -THEN CRAWFISH • ' rifcRmM smTH- MICHE after these- yea s r we BefTER- NOT DO THAT, SOME.BODV MIGHT QET MAD C R.ICH RD FRASER LORlNPAr Miriam Smith, our illustrous editor, has again scored a trem endous success ivith her sorority publicity plan in addition to hairing a year full of contests so that she could have news for the Conglomerate and the ?????. Michael Kilbus, one of the college greater lights, is completing his second year at Centenary much to his and our disgust. His longing for the swamps has been his chief feature. Lorinda Cox, after many years, has finally captured a football hero. (A real live one). Miss Cox says that Scraps Nuts deserve all of the credit for before she started eating them her attraction was a minous ten. Richard Fraser, our campus presy, is shown in a char- acteristic pose. Fraser says deny everything, admit nothing and do nothing and no one will ever be mad at you.



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THE JUNGLE LIGHT The Jungle Light Official grumblers newspapers published by the so-called students of Centenary College. Supervised by no one. Price 2c per year. The Jungle Light Staff „ ., fe ° . . Vera Shute Editor-in-Trouble Kenneth Kellam Mangey Business Virginia Hodges Society Queen Brownie Steen Featureless Editor • ■___ • Editorials The spirit of the Jungle Light is to right all wrongs even though we will make a bigger mess in the end. We fight what is right and take our stand for anything that is wro ng. We think that there should be more campus elections so that we can get our girls in the news. The elections in the past have been too far apart, and too honest for us to win more than three of the four places on the ticket. " This may be the staff of some other paper run here by mistake, or it may not be a staff. PEOPLE WE DON ' T LIKE AND WHY KAPPA ALPHA ' S CLEAN HOUSE heap having been swept ou t with t he other trash. Prominent Economist Delivers Lecture K. Kellam, prominent Centenary eco- nomist, delivered a lecture recently on the greatest men in college life today. Mr. Kellam said that without a doubt Kenneth Kermit Kellam was the great- est of all living economists. He went on to say that the great Kenneth Ker- mit Kellam had every quality of a gen- tleman, honesty, sobriety, integrity and morality. Mr. Kellam said, " Do as I say and not as I do. " Ed Note: We agree with Mr. Kellam ' s last statement to the word. OPINIONLESS STUDENTS What do you think of a plan where the students don ' t have to go to classes? Red Kirkland: " Doesn ' t make any dif- ference. I don ' t go any way. " " Sigi " Palmer: its a weighty prob- lem. I don ' t know. " Sallie Her: " Why I think that it is terrible. I like to go to classes. " Lee Stokes: " I am like Sallie. I like classes. " Edith Bailey: " I like to go to classes because it gives me a chance to secure votes for my next race. " Homer Philpott: " I am for; What did George Siudy Because he thinks that he is a Big Shot. For his journalistic endeavours Because he is a scheming politicing grader that shows favorites. " Nick " Barbare Because he is from Waskom, Texas, and tells everyone that he is from Aus- tin. Because he thinks that he is cute and a rascal with the women. Kenneth Kellam Because he sends Easter telegrams and denies it later. Because he sends Victrola records to his very best girl friends. Mildred Jones Because she dances like a Morning Glory, because she tells everybody that she is a big shot and we know better. Because she wants to use a boy ' s car and he won ' t let her. Frances Oden Because she doesn ' t know her way around the Arts Building, because she says " Meet me on the Parking Lot. " Because the L. S. U. boys are crazy " bout her. Tom Renfro Because she is so bossy, because she makes such a pill out of herself in the Library, because she will tell on you if you get out of line. Society (From the Kauffman Daily Gazzette) Among the beautiful visitors in Kauffman ' s Easter Parade was the charming Miss Rose Margaret Overton of Shreveport, La. Miss Overton was escorted bv one of the leading college set, Mr. William Thomas Harton who brought fame to the city of Kauffman when he was elected Centenary ' s most beautiful male. The blushing young Miss Overton, who captivated Kauffman ' s two hun- dred and thirty-nine male citizens, was charmingly attired in a white crepe gown with pink roses and forget-me- nots as a corsage. The visit of Miss Overton and Mr. Harton was a short stay as thev had to return to the buzv social whirl of the college season. The young students motored back to Shreveport Sunday night. you say : " Chris " Hanchev: I like to go to classes; especially those Professor " Boots " holds. Margaret Hope: No answer here, we just got a grin. Owen Carter: " Now from the stand point of relativity I don ' t think I know but from the pythagrian point I am doubtful but if I can state it is Chem- istry I will know for sure. " Richard Fraser: " I don ' t know be- cause it might make some one mad. "

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