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Page 140 text:
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.
Page 139 text:
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.
Page 141 text:
Top row: Wilcox, Doyle, Row, Baird. Bottom row: Lemoine, Moorman, Lockhart, Loyd, Richardson. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS President Shirley Baird Vice-President Virginia Doyle Secretary-Treasurer Cornelia Row CHI OMEGA Alta Moorman Edna Earle Richardson Virginia Doyle MEMBERS ZETA TAU ALPHA Louise Lynn Wilcox Shirley Baird Marjorie Lemoine ALPHA XI DELTA Cornelia Row Marguerite Lockhart Catherine Loyd The Pan-Hellenic Council celebrates its tenth year on the campus as the most important factor in establish- ing a close harmony between rival Greek factions and in straightening out any troubles arising from this rivalry. It accomplishes its purpose in a subtle way, for the monthly meetings are not so much courts of arbitration as social gatherings which bring the various groups into such close contact that a friendly feel- ing cannot help but exist. The council is composed of three girls from each of the three sororities, which must, by the way, be chartered nationally and must be members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. This national organization provides the constitution by which the local chapters operate. Because of the harmonious spirit already existing among the femmes in regard to fraternity matters, the council has little to do but keep this friendly feeling aglow in the hearts of all dear sisters and regulate the many activities in regard to rushing, pledging and various and sundry other things. True, the Pan-Hellenic Council has its little lapses, usually around election or contest time, when no amount of goodwill can keep the Greeks from the time honored practices of throat-cutting, slander, and battery and assault. However, such occasions are almost as rare as the proverbial day in June of which the poets sing, and are just as inevitable, so all credit must be given to the council for its excellent work in the past and hopes for a future equally as brilliant.
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