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

 - Class of 1938

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,.«V COU- feW Date 0-11 (Cond.) Rep ort o - ied total B 18 " CENTENARY COLLEGE OF LOUISIANA— SHREVEPORT Date. January I 9 ' ,8 Report of- Edgar Friedenberg COURSES GRADE HOURS Chemistry 2 A S German 1 A 3 History 1.3 A Music 12 A 3 EXPLANATION: A— 93-100 B — 85-92 C — 77-84 D — 70-77 E — 60-70 (Cond.) F — below 60, fail P — postponed Absences Neg. Hrs.. Total Hrs !_!l_ AVIS WILSON. Registrar HONORARY AND DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS To the students who make high scholastic records, as the two whose records appear on this page, bids for membership in one or more of the excellent honorary fratern- ities are offered. These organizations are in many instances sponsored by national organizations and select members from students of ability, character, and excel- lent scholastic attainment.

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Centenary Dramatic Club OFFICERS President Doris Marshall Vice-President Tom Richardson Secretary Virginia Doyle Treasurer J. B. Hamlett Fannye Abramson Virginia Adair Jean Ellen Adsit Patty Bartmess Al Beasley Wilda Bedingfield Lucille Bettis Beverly Blood Lorraine Bost Olivia Bott Weenie Bynum Jane Caldwell Henrietta Carnahan Beverly Cooper Billie Cochran Ruth Cocherham bobbye connell Patsy Donoghue Virginia Doyle Buddy Epes Dorothea Erickson lOLA FlNCHER MEMBERS Dorothy Franks Clara Nelle Gleason Dorothy Glasscock Manda Hamner Dorothy Herrin J. B. Hamlett Dorothy Kelly Marjorie Lemoine Corrinne Lengsfield Myrtle Lipscomb Doris Marshall Fred McClanahan Alice McGimsey Glenn Miller Bill Morris Alta Moorman Lillie Muslow Lucille Northcott Frances Norton Charlie Osborn Irbie Palmer Helen Rosenblath Robert Russell Tom Richardson Ogbourne Rawlinson Juanita Ryland Joanne Sternberg Simon Silbernagel Frank Staley Eloise Thompson Kay Van Horn Jean Whiteside Letty Sue Woods This most recent addition to the activity groups of the campus is one of the most enthusiastic and hard work- ing of any of the organizations, and the interest shown by the members should be an inspiration to the other clubs and fraternities. It owes its success, in part, to the nature of its projects, for actor ' s blood seems to stir the hearts of everyone, but mostly to the leadership of its guiding star, John Wray Young. Under his super- vision, the club has accomplished much and has even bigger and better plans for the future. Each meeting is enlivened by the presentation of a one-act play by several members of the club, and, at the end of the year, a three-act play will be given for the entertainment of the student body at large. Several members of this budding actor ' s association, especially President Doris Marshall, have scored hits in Little Theatre plays, and the club as a whole takes a great interest in them, attending rehearsals and studying John Wray Young ' s technique in casting and directing the play. The field of radio also beckons to these would-be Thespians and on one occasion recordings of their voices were made and various other tests given. Thus this bouncing baby of the Campus Club family proves that youth may precede age in accomplishments and activities even though it is far behind in years and experience; and for such a fine object lesson we congratulate its present success and hope for its continuance in the future.



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Calhoun, Friedenbeig, Carlton, Baker, M. Palmer, Kuhn, Addison. Farnell, Carroll, Coker, Trickett, I. Palmer, Perot. Sellers, Doyle, Boddie, Odom, Lengstield, Lamarque, Stokes. ALPHA CHI OFFICERS President Virginia Doyle Vice-President Mary Joe Sellers Recording Secretary Irbie Palmer Corresponding Secretary Jules Perot Treasurer Margaret Calhoun MEMBERS Virginia Doyle Arthur Addison Albert Farnell Alline Boddie Edgar Friedenberg Mrs. Hattie G. Brown Irene Kuhn Virginia Carlton Elizabeth Coker Mrs. Harriet Y. Carroll Corrine Lengsfield Marie Lamarque Marion Palmer Irene Baker Ed Trickett W erdna Stokes Frances Palmer FACULTY MEMBERS C. L. Odom Bryant Davidson S. D. Morehead J. B. Entrikin L. T. Earls John A. Hardin Mrs. A. R. Campbell If you are a junior or a senior, and if you are so very, very smart that undergraduates look at you in awe and professors ask your opinion on difficult problems, then you may be considered for membership in the learned society of Alpha Chi. This small but select group corners the market as far as campus brains are concerned, and the fortunate few who receive bids to join this most honored of honorary fraternities are just about as scarce as Sweepstake winners. Incidentally, they ' re just about as lucky too, because the pres- tige attendent on this title is not to be attained by the average homo sapiens. The activities of the Alpha Chis consist chiefly in maintaining their extremely elevated standards, which requires most of their time and forethought. They do, however, by way of inspiration to some worthy individual, annually present a hand- somely bound and engraved notebook to the most outstanding freshman. Naturally this places a tremendous obligation on the aforementioned lowly Frosh because he is now faced with the task of living up to the honor awarded him and becoming in his turn, an Alpha Chi, in order not to disappoint those who have so honored him. However, for all their being the intelligentsia of the campus, the Alpha Chis are a modest lot, never assuming the holier-than-thou attitude to which their wisdom entitles them, and striving only to pro- mote scholarship and give those who deserve it their just reward.

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