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ALPHA SIGMA PI Alpha Sigma Pi, the honorary Freshmen and Sophomore fraternity, consists only of lower-classmen who have distinguished themselves by their scholastic achievements and activity. It is the goal of all ambitious Freshmen and Sophomores, who are keenly conscious of the honor of being elected to membership in this organization. Mrs. Mabel Campbell, Dean of Women, established this society several years ago for the promo- tion of scholastic standing, the cultivation of a desire for culture, and an understanding of the arts. Each year some well-known speaker is secured to speak at Chapel, under the sponsorship of this group so that the entire student body may profit by it. OFFICERS President Jules Perot Vice-President Frances Farrar Secretary-Treasurer Margaret Calhoun FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Mary Warters, Professor C. L. Odom MEMBERS Marjorie Allardyce Edgar Friedenberc Jacqueline Meyers Philip P. Stacc Margaret Calhoun Helen Finke Louise Moore Werdna Stokes Vircinia Carlton Joyce Friend Jules Perot Hannah Van Ingen Charles C. Clark John Goode Virginia Rathbun Paul Waddell Fred Currie, Jr. Thompson Helm Tom Richardson Fred Wemple Dana Dawson, Jr. Sallie Iler Lola Roberts Patrick White Jack Daniels Marie Lamarque Roy Robertson Frances Farrar William McKay Ashley Sibley First Row : Campbell, Goode, Meyers, Dawson, Iler, Richardson, Finke, Perot. Second Row: Stagg, Roberts, White, Allardyce, Clark, Calhoun, McKay, Farrar. Third Row: Lamarque, Helm, Carlton, Sibley, Rathbun, Wemple, Stokes, Odom. Fourth Row : Friedenbtrg, Van Ingen, Waddell, Friend, Daniels, Moore, Robertson, Warters. [ H5 ]
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ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi, the Junior and Senior honorary society, has been organized at Centenary since 1925. This group consists of those students who have high standards of scholarship, high ideals and good character. Only a small percentage of the entire student body becomes elgible for member- ship in this select group. This organization acts as an inspiration to individual effort and achieve- ment. No student can become a member of Alpha Chi unless he takes part in school and outside activities thus insuring a well balanced schedule. OFFICERS President Esther Victory Vice-President Helen Embry Recording Secretary Marjorie Brown Corresponding Secretary Lois Jeter Treasurer Margaret Harris FACULTY ADVISER Professor C. L. Odom HONORARY MEMBERS W. G. Banks E. L. Ford C. L. Odom Mrs. A. R. Campbell John A. Hardin William G. Phf.lps John B. Entrikin S. D. Morehf.ad S. A. Stecer MEMBERS Robert Brown Helen Embry Lois Jeter Clovis Smart Marjorie Brown Paul Entrikin Patsy Julian Philip Stacc Ernest Cockrell Jane Grey Glenn Leapord Esther Victory Catherine Davis Margaret Harris Lillene McKay Thalia White Moss Dixey Pearl Hattic Mary Paine Simmons First Row : Odom, M. Brown, Cockrell, Jeter, Simmons, Leapord, Victory. Second Row: McKay, Smart, Grey, P. Entrikin, Banks, Davis, Stagg. Third Row : Morehead, Julian, Steger, Embry, Harris, R. Brown. Dixey. Fourth Row: Campbell, Hardin, Hattic, Ford, Phelps, J. Entrikin. [ 114 ]
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PI Mil SIGMA Preeminent in service to Centenary College is Pi Mu Sigma, one of the most worthy of campus groups. Ten years ago, the ambition of a group of medical students to stimulate zeal in medical science found expression in the establishment of this society, and through its ranks have come gentlemen whose lives exemplify the ideals it embraces. An exclusive laboratory in Jackson Hall has been instituted this year, for the first time in the history of the organization, as well as a lounge For meeting purposes. Pi Mu Sigma ' s concept is: " In the interest of science and humanity. " President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer OFFICERS Norman Woody Jack Marston Arthur Addison FACULTY ADVISER Mary Warters Arthur Addison Elizabeth Carlton R. !). Cuow MEMBERS Beal Gibson Herman Goldsby Jack Marston Shikley Simmons Pail Swearincen Hannah Van Incen Norm an Woody First Row : Crow, Van Ingen, Warters, Addison. Second Row: Goldsby, Woody, Gibson. Third Row : Swearingen, Simmons, Carlton, Marston. 116
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