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Vallette Pricket t Vantiease Robinson Stewart Padgett Nelson Dawson Gaiennie Van Loan Decker Norton Richardson Greer McCord Percy Goode Peters White Hesterly Wilcox Tiffin Dixon Best Neumeyer Hale Vaughan Hoyer Thurber Shuey Alexander Graves Rawlinson Willis Levy Ray Johnson Van Horn McKowen . TS- %) f . % 0 $ % f « t ) i 1 KAPPA ALPHA Founded at Washington and Lee, December 21, 1865 Alpha Iota Chapter, 1891 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose Here stands Ye Kappa Alpha Mansion, famous for its Neon sign, its weekly doughnuts and cof- fee, and its hardy furniture. Presiding over every social function which the Southern Gentlemen hold at their residence is Mrs. Elsie Knowles, who is as gracious as the KA ' s are not, which should make everything even. • Page 100 •
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Tne Inter-Fraternity Counci KAPPA ALPHA Robert Nelson Dana Dawson, Jr. THETA KAPPA NU Fred McCullough Roy Montgomery LAMBDA THETA CHI Paul Entrikin Thomas Crowe SIGMA PHI Philip Stagg Joe Broyles 7 - ' ,1 The Inter-fraternity Council fills a necessary and im- portant place on the sampus in bringing the four fra- ternities closer together in a spirit of friendliness and co-operation. Composed of two representatives from each frat and presided over by Chairman Bob Nelson, the Council this year has made and carried out regula- tions in regard to all affairs under its supervision, especially those dealing with rush season and pledg- ing. In contrast to former years, its activities have been few as the Greek brothers on the whole have had a very peaceful school session, with a noticeable lack of dissention to their credit. Nelson, Stagg Entrikin McCullough, Da ' wson Crowe Montgomery, Broyles
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Inaugurating at the beginning of the Fall semester a series of Wednesday morning coffees for the student body, the frat house on Centenary Boulevard won for itself a lot of praise and commendation. In addition to this the KA ' s became the proud holders of the title of Water Bowl champions, gained through their victories in the Inter-fraternity football games. A few of their other activities included the holding of the White Prov- ince convention here in December, making the highest fraternity average, electing Bob Decker cheer-leader, and Dana Dawson Mr. Beautiful, also, comprising most of the band as usual. Due credit should, also, be given them as the originators of those now well-worn expressions of " shist " and " We-el gu — ud. " OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Robert Nelson Dana Dawson, Jr. Tom Richardson Allen Prickett William Alexander Dana Dawson, Jr. Robert Decker Jimmy Dixon John Goode Johnnie Greer Pitman Hesterly Howell Levy Chalmers McKowen ACTIVES Robert Nelson Floyd Norton ' Edgar Percy Sam Peters Allen Prickett Ogbourne Rawlinson Richard Ray Tom Richardson Malcolm Robinson John Shuey Parry Stewart E. Stillwell Tiffin Folger Vallette John Vantrease Hudson Van Loan, Robert Vaughan Richard Wilcox Pat White Jr. PLEDGES Erskine Best Billy Gaiennie Warren Graves Tom Hale gus hoyer Walter Johnson Hall McCord William Neumeyer Maurice Padgett M. J. PiPSAIRE Joe Slattery Fred Thurber Bob Van Horn Harry Viser Jack Wilkerson Larry Willis Moreland Yarborough Looks like Spring, iolks . . . Richardson and Co. . . . Mamma! there are those men again! . . . Take ' em oil, we know ya, Jimmie . . . PoTch-sitters minus chairs . . . Just playful pledges. • Page 131 e
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