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Hamner Childs North White Adsit McFadden Sellers Talialeiio Sexton Cashoie Claik Cotton Richaidson Steen Duisf Ovirens McGee WilUams Thorn Galloway Murll Eddy Doyle Stout Moorman Thibodeaux Hodges Taylor Burton Weir Hamerick Connell HoUer Adams Slattery Gayle Meleton Findley Prince Henry Serwich Osborne Stevens CHI OMEGA Founded at University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 Iota Gamma Chapter, February 4, 1928 Colors: Cardinal and Straw. Flower: White Carnation. Oldest of the present sorority houses; the Chi Omega lodge was spruced up considerably by a very thorough spring cleaning, the addition of a telephone and some Venetian blinds — they wanted an annex to accommodate all the new pledges, but settled fo r the fancy shades in- stead. The sisters also erected some shining silver pillars to prevent the heavy traffic to and from South Hall from encroaching on their ter- ritory. All in all, a big improvement. • Page 108 •
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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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Emerging with wreathes of smiles caused by tJie large number of Freshmen wearing the cardinal and straw after the usual hectic rushing season, the Chi O ' s finally settled down to the simpler tasks of electing members of their lodge to honorary positions on the campus, winning the stunt night competition, instructing green neophytes in the ways and means of Greekdom and classroom, redecorating their sorority house, and giving some of the best social affairs at Centenary. In spite of this full program, they managed to emphasize scholarship to such a degree that at mid-semester, much to their surprise, they discovered themselves to be holding the highest average of any or- ganization on the campus. OFFICERS President Anne North Vice-President Evelyn Prince Secretary Elizabeth White Treasurer Edna Earle Richardson Jean Ellen Adsit Cora Burton Joy Clark Carolyn Cotton Virginia Doyle AzuLiE Durst Harriet Eddy Mildred Findley Mary E. Galloway Mary Hamner ACTIVES Deaver Hamrick Frances Hodges Gene McFadden Dorothy McGee Alta Moorman Mary Murff Anne North Elinor Owens Evelyn Prince Edna Earle Richardson Mary Jo Sellers Brownie Steen Birdie Mae Stevens Edna Marie Stout Jean Taylor Olga Thibideaux Aloyese Thorne Elizabeth White Sara Williams Sara Adams Emily Cashore LiBBY Childs BOBBYE CoNNELL Thelma Cole PLEDGES Julia Gayle Doris Henry montile hoffer Beatrice Meleton Kitty Jane Osborne June Serwich Grace Ellen Slattery Dorothy Stevenson Julia Taliaferro Mildred Weir Pardon us, but is this heaven?. . . Chee i up, Kit- ty ane, it won ' t hurt. . . . Babes in the: woods. . . . Piexy North smiles, as usual. . . Can ' t we help, Deavei? . . . Tsk, Tsk! And at Centenary too! . . . Don ' t let the TKN ' s get you down, ]ulia. • Page 109 •
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