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McCuUough Hooper Skeeteis Perot Beasley Huddleston LeMris Zimmerman Cartel Ails Hawkins Robertson Cailleteau Hudson Bowerman Jackson Morris Boyd Snyder X- - f ji«M w I - 4 THETA KAPPA NU Founded, Drury College, 1924 Louisiana Beta, 1925 Colors: Black, Crimson and Silver Flowers: American Beauty and White Roses i IfM The Theta Kappa Nu home, shown here, is pre- sided over by " Mother " Womack, a most gra- cious hostess. When decorated to greet the re- turning old grads, on Homecoming Day the house made a very creditable appearance, and now displays the silver trophy won in this decoration competition. Page 104
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The Lambdas, after moving into their new home on Wilkinson with a house mother and everything, completely retired to themselves and spent the remainder of the year giving stag parties, playing fantan, and working on student publications. With the coming of Spring, however, they emerged temporarily from their Greek chrysalis to show what they were really made of by literally running away with the popularity contest. The organization of an active Mother ' s Club claimed a good deal of their attention, but their main objective this year has been the building up of their Alumni and active chapters. OFFICERS President Paul Entrikin Vice-President Bill Harris Secretary Phelan Eatman Treasurer Paul Swearingen ACTIVES Robert Adams Nelson Barnette John Carstarphen Thomas Crowe Stuart De Lee Bob Decker Phelan Eatman Thomas Elgin Paul Entrikin C. E. Ewing Jack Garrison Phillip Goode J. B. Hamlett Bill Harris Clay Johnson John Kurtz William McKay Edward Railsback Leo Simmons Paul Swearingen Lloyd Taylor Lloyd Tiller PLEDGES Harry Askew James Bell Billy Comyges Lake Fowler WooDRow Lawless John Linsday Bobby Long Bill Morris George Tiller Newell Willis " Body by Fisher " gets a severe test . . . Brothers Harris and Decker at the Lollypop Hop . . . DeLee gets ribbon, and how! . . . The rooster that beat Texas A. and M. . . . PoUshing up tactics in the arbor . . . Carry the books Johnnie . . . Pledge Mor- ris " gets his. " Page 103
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The T. K. N. ' s, in addition to their usual quota of football players, contributed several outstanding personalities to the campus. Most prominent among these were " Hoop " Hooper, president of the student body, the senior class, and his frat; Roy Montgomery, head cheer leader and noted exponent of a new style in speech (see his famous pep talk in chapel); and Horace Logan, baton twirling drum major of the Gents band. After receiving the cup for the cleverest fraternity house decoration on Home-coming Day, the T. K. N. ' s concluded that these rewards were sufficient and retired from active combat for the remainder of the year. OFFICERS Archron Howard Hooper Scribe Fred McCullough Treasurer Roy Montgomery Oracle . . . Al Beasley ACTIVES Al Beasley Sid Binion Robert Cailleteau Howard Hooper O. W. Lewis Fred McCullough Roy Montgomery Jules Perot Roy Robertson Clois Skeeters Bill Snyder W. H. Stone PLEDGES Sam Aills Alvin Birkelbach Max Bowerman Joe Boyd Linden Bonner Joe Burroughs Weenie Bynum Shelley Carter, Jr. Willard Dean William Hawkins L. W. Head, Jr. Lanford Huddleston Paul Hudson Clyde Jackson Dick Kennedy MuRLYON La Grone Frank Lento Horace Logan Virgil Long Winford Morris Able Morse Breon Morse Harry McDaniels Willie Mozack Jeff Newman John Henry Outz Ted Olzack JiMMiE Patterson Sterling Pyeatt Buddy Sparks Bud Warren Ed Whitehurst Joe Zimmerman " Major " Skeeters says howdy . . . Future Culbeitsons try a hand . . . Pledge Bynuni and petite Chaihe . . . Skeeters gieets a pledge ... A TKN bull session, with accessories . . . House mother, Mrs. Wom- ack, and part of her brood . . . • Page 105 •
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