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Pan Hellenic President Shirley Baird and Intertraternity Council Chairman Tom Richardson discuss activities. SOCIAL FRATERNITIES Virginia Doyle Section Editor. Social life on the campus this year continued on its merry way with the usual number of " receptions, " parties and combines; with the main difference being that the receptions were more elaborate and less frequent (due to faculty legislation) and the combines were more effective (due to a strongly organ- ized non-frat party). All in all, quite a suc- cessful year.
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O ' Neal, Richardson, Sellers, Simmons, Stephenson, Austermell, Slattery, K. ]. Osborn, Johnson Doyle, Thibodeaux, Webb, Snell, T. Cole, Van Loan, Shepherd, Clark, Marshall. Railsback, Erickson, Baird, Turner, Lewis, Rosenblath, M. Cole, Row, Boles Van Horn, Lockhart, Moorman, C. Osborn, Baird, Nelson, Loyd, Cooper, Carroll THE CENCOES OFFICERS President Margaret Simmons Vice-President Mary Evelyn Lewis Secretary-Treasurer Thelma Cole Martha O ' Neal Henri David Johnson Dorris Snell Mary Evelyn Lewis Helen Rosenblath Cornelia Row Winifred Boles Kathleen Van Horn Margurite Lockhart Catherine Loyd Beverly Cooper Harriett Carroll Margaret Simmons June Austekmell Helen Webb MEMBERS Hazel Turner Martha Jane Van Loan Martha Shepherd Doris Marshall Mary Agnes Railsback Dorthea Erickson Betty Baird Grace Ellen Slattery Charlie Osborn Shirley Baird Jo Beth Nelson Edna Earl Richardson Mary Jo Sellers Dorothy Stevenson Kitty Jane Osborne Virginia Doyle Olga Thibodeaux Thelma Cole Joy Clark Mary Cole Alta Moorman Emily Cashore Though still in its infancy, the Cencoe Club has already taken its place as a prominent social and the only interfraternity organization of the campus. Its members consist of twelve girls from each sorority, and the only requirements for membership are that the girls be at least sophomores and that, if possible, they be town girls. This is to carry out the avowed purpose of the group, which is to cement a stronger friendship between the different sororities and to provide some activity for the summer months. The presidency is determined by alternation, and at present the meetings are presided over by Margaret Simmons, a Zeta. Perhaps because they are purely a social organization and have none of the worries which the nationally chartered groups do, or perhaps because they are more or less, and mostly more, the social butterflies of the campus, the Cencoes give frequent and excellent functions. Dances and picnics form the majority of these affairs, which are looked forward to with much pleasurable anticipation by the male members of the campus at least.
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Top row: Skeeters, Dew, Dawson, Hamlett. Bottom row: Montgomery, Harris, Richardson, Kientel. NTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL THETA KAPPA NU Roy Montgomery Clois Skeeters SIGMA PHI Edward Dew Malcolm Krentel KAPPA ALPHA Tommy Richardson, Acting Chairman Dana Dawson LAMBDA THETA CHI Bill Harris J. B. Hamlett Ostensibly, the members of the Inter-fraternity Council are elected to prevent strife and bring about peace and harmony to the ranks of the Greeks. This year, as usual, they seem to have been elected merely to keep that worthy organization alive and add another page to the year book, because they have certainly not con- tributed any activity to the campus year. This is not intended as a slight to the honorable council mem- bers, all of whom show no signs of lethargy in regard to other matters, but rather as a compliment to the remarkable state of affairs which exists among the fraternities. The Greeks have behaved so well this year that, outside of a few minor regulations enforced by unanimous consent, they have needed no guiding hand to restain them. The only social function of the organization was its participation in the Homecoming reception, which was the only affair of the year open to all Centenary students, regardless of frat affiliations. Outside of this minor stir, the council has lived a very pleasant life, unharried by the pressing troubles which so often mar the harmony of other less fortunate college groups. Doubtless all credit is due to the council for causing the existence of this friendly feeling between fellow Greeks and it is to be hoped that in the future they succeed in their program of Brotherhood to Man as well as they have this year.
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