Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1937

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Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 61 of 218
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Tne Maroon Jackets . President Officers Patsy Julian CHI OMEGA Sarah Williams Anne North Deaver Hamrick Members ALPHA XI DELTA Patsy Julian Dot Rippy Betty Lane Grigsby ZETA TAU ALPHA Annelle Hutchinson Helen Finke Mary Payne Lee NON-SORORITY Elizabeth Coker Doris Dupuy Mary Elizabeth Hattaway Cokei Williams Hutchinson Julian Dupuy North Grigsby Rippy Finko Hamrick Lee Hattav ay • Page 57 •

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" Halt Pint " Fraser seems about ready tc pound out a salvo ol noise, ■whicli she ' ll optimistically label " music " — Giigsby swings along in front and others pound on behind — We had a hard time keeping the Maroon Shirts and Cheerleaders out oi this — Coker does things with a mighty hard expression while Hattaway and Ro- senblath lind time to applaud the game. Self-termed " Beautiful Belles " of the campus, the Maroon Jackets are twelve co-eds, representative of the sorority and non-sorority groups of the campus. Officially designated as " Centenary hostesses " the bereted, jacketed, ladies seemed omnipresent at every function of the college and student body. Apparently no fire-truck is the same without these young ladies draped over it, for they invariably clang down the parade street, precariously perched on one, clinging for dear life, and giving scared grins to the hoi-polloi. Of no mean mettle, also, was their newly introduced and partially learned drumming, for what they lacked in musical ability they made up with thundering gusto. Together with their shirted brethren they made the football trips loud, lusty, and louder. Mrs. a. R. Campbell, Sponsor Under the sponsorship oi Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean oi Women, this organization came into being several years ago, until now it is an established institution. Her work with this group has made it outstanding and no small part at the credit lor it is due to her. This represents only a portion ol the lim work Mrs. Campbell has done since she has been a member of the college faculty, and she is indeed worthy ot the sincere regard in which she is held by the students. fcSs. , • Page 56 •



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Maroon Shirts W, ITH envious eyes on the Maroon Jackets for several years, the men on the campus have seethed with ideas, but nobody ever did anything about it. At last this year, a group of enterprising young men decided that they would look good in red and, also, that shirts were cheaper this year than ever before. Thus came the Maroon Shirts. With fife and drum they assailed the campus and made a communistic colored row at the football games. Clamoring for attention, this group of five repre- sentatives from each fraternity and the non-fraternity bunch, stormed peppily throughout the year and did much to spike the usually uncontested glory of the pink-coated girls. KAPPA ALPHA John Shuey Richard Ray Tom Richardson FOLGER VaLLETTE LAMBDA THETA CHI Paul Entrikin John Kurtz Paul Swearingen J. B. Hamlett THETA KAPPA NU O. W. Lewis Fred McCullough Bill Snyder Roy Robertson SIGMA PHI Philip Stagg Malcolm Krentel Karl Stovall Joe Broyles NON-FRATERNITY James Durham Hartwell Berry Ben Sheppard Hall McCord With faces grimly intent, the bulk ot the red- clad boys are missing that joke which McCord ' s telling McCord and we don ' t understand why Richardson is grinning — At Tyler the boys await their Iree passes to the game. Aren ' t we cute? — The one with the intelligent look is NOT one oi the pep-group — Snyder and Shuey seem to want first glances at Her Highness — Aw heck, McCord again. • Page 58 •

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