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ALPHA SIGMA PI OFFICERS President John Goode Vice-President . . Beatrice Carlton Secretary-Treasurer . Jacqueline Meyers Alpha Sigma Pi, the honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen, was organized simultaneously on the cam- puses of more than twenty leading colleges and uni- versities throughout the United States, in the fall of 1931. The purpose of the society is to offer suitable reward and recognition of scholarship among first-year students. Under the able guidance of Mrs. Campbell, who organized the chapter here, much progress, has been made by the group in stimulating interest in scholastic pursuits among the freshman. The fraternity is noted also for its unique and highly entertaining initiations, which cannot be duplicated by any or- ganization on the campus. MEMBERS Russ Beeman Beatrice Carlton Ursula Crawford LuciEN Davis Thomas Elgin George W. Fair Cleve Farnell Dorothy Franks John Goode Ethel Fulton Grace Julian MuRLON LaGrone Louise Lynn Marjo Macey Chrystine Moore Annie Laurie Stallcup Jean Whiteside Jacqueline Meyers Beeman, Whiteside Cra " wford, Lynn, Macey Stallcup, Julian Farnell, Fair, Franks Moore, Carlton, Fulton Davis, Campbell, Elgin • Paqe 67 •
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ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi, the Junior and Senior honorary society, added a few more names to their roster this year, thus increasing their depleted membership to eleven. The six privileged characters given bids were Helen C(K- ney, Marion Palmer, Jules Perot, Doris Dupuy, Eliza- beth Coker, and Virginia Doyle. They, with the five old members, form a select group — so select that you have to be a candidate for a Phi Beta Kappa Key be- fore you can pass through their sacred portals — which may account for the increasing scarcity of Alpha Chi ' s. Outside of initiating new members, their chief function is to present a worthy freshman with an engraved, leather notebook, and to act as an inspiration to indi- vidual effort and achievement. Only a small per- centage of students make the grade; but that is a good recommendation for the organization, unless it gets so good that nobody is eligible. OFFICERS President Philip Stagg MEMBERS Margaret Calhoun Helen Carney Elizabeth Coker Catherine Davis Moss Dixey Virginia Doyle Paul Entrikin Edgar Friedenberg Patsy Julian Glenn Leapord Mary Paine Lee LiLLiNE McKay Irbie Palmer Marion Palmer Jules Perot Mary Joe Sellers Cedric Smart Philip Stagg Deane Walker Ford, Phelps, Steger, Hardin Banks, Entrikin, Campbell Entrikin, Sellers, Palmer, Lee Julian, Smart, Doyle Calhoun, Carney, Leapord, Palmer Davis, McKay, Dixey Davidson, Coker, Stagg, Odom FACULTY MEMBERS W. G. Banks Mrs. a. R. Campbell Bryant Davidson John B. Entrikin E. L. Ford Dean John A. Hardin C. L. Odom W. G. Phelps S. A. Steger • Page 66 •
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FRENCH CLUB Sponsor: E. L. Ford Honorary Member: Mrs. E. L. Ford Doyle, Ford, Martin Baird, Burnette, Galloway, Graham Eddy, Yeary, Stallcup, Schermerhorn Baker, Burton, Dodd, Groner Webb, Miller, Goldstein, Bartmess Ziehm, Lamarque, Eatman, Meyers Fulton, Friedenberg, Adsit, Snyder Adams, Frasier, Calhoun, Croom OFFICERS President Howard Martin Vice-President . . . Virginia Doyle Secretary-Treasurer , Margaret Calhoun The French Club, under the auspices of Dr. Ford, ac- complished this year, more in a material way, than it ever has before. In addition to entertaining the Louis- iana Association of French Teachers and presenting excellent monthly programs, its major project consisted in the fostering of French motion pictures. During the course of the year four excellent films produced in France were viewed at the Centenary Theatre by inter- ested students of French, who all verbally testify to the fact that education and amusement make a very de- lightful combination. MEMBERS Sarah Louise Adams Iean Ellen Adsit Shirley Baird Irene Baker Patty Bartmess LucRESS Burnett Cora Burton Mary Emily Croom YSLETA DoDD IvA Lynn Eatman Harriet Eddy Mary Eraser Edgar Friedenberg Ethel Fulton Mary E. Galloway Annie Merrill Graham Lee Groner Marie Lamarque Jacqueline Meyers Genevieve Miller Ruth Richards Nell Schermerhorn Earl Snyder Annie Laurie Stallcup Helen Webb LuRLiNE Yeary Helen Ziehm » Page 68 •
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