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Stagg Dew Krentel Broyles Williams ]. MoiTison Scott Waldiup Mason Nash Moiiison Conley Stovall SIGMA PHI Founded, Centenary College, 1921 Colors: Maroon and Gold. Flower: Sweet Pea. On the left we have the former Sigma Phi resi- dence which they inhabited for about one week during rush season. They now hold forth at President Philip Stagg ' s house while in search of new quarters. At least that ' s what they say. • Page 106 •
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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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Sigma Phi lays few claims to fame, but these are substantial ones. Their two biggest, and we might add only, big shots are Philip Stagg, president of this fraternity, business manager of the Yoncopin and president of Alpha Chi, and Claude Mason, newly ac- quired brother who biffed his way into the limelight as winner of the Southern light heavy-weight division of the golden gloves tournament. Posterity, however, will have one excellent reason for honoring the memory of the 1936-1937 history of this gold-en- crusted group. Sigma Phi was the only fraternity on the campus to come out at the end of the year with not only a balanced budget, but a surplus and that, gentle readers stands in the way of being major achievements for any frat. OFFICERS President .-. . . Philip Stagg Vice-President Joe Broyles Secretary Edward Dew Treasurer Lawrence Scott Hartwell Berry Joe Broyles Edward Dew Sonny Hyde Malcolm Krentel ACTIVES Lloyd De Moss Charles Morrison J. U. Morrison Harvey Nash Lawrence Scott Lloyd Snider Philip Stagg Carl Stovall M. M. Waldrup Louis Williams PLEDGES Ray Beddingfield Stanley Hidalgo Tom Ben Carpenter Dan Pipkin Sid Conley Claude Mason Charles Swinehart •f " I Woiv don ' t pester Prexy Stagg, Tilly . . . Brother Dew unleashes the old line . . . Piofessional ball player Hyde scoops up a low one . . . What! no pledges to beat?? . . . All friends again . . . Oh Mamma! there ' s that big, bad man again! • Page 107 •
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