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of Theta Kappa Nu Mrs. S. R. Gamble, Jr. Sponsor. OFFICERS President Roy Montgomery Vice-President Clois Skeeters Secretary Bill Snyder Treasurer Bill Sneed Captain of Guard Al Beasley ACTIVES Sam Aills Al Beasley L. W. Head O. W. Lewis Roy Montgomery Adolph Moore James Patterson Jules Perot Clois Skeeters W. J. Sneed William Snyder W. H. Stone E. D. Whitehurst Joe Zimmerman Paul Hudson Robert Russell PLEDGES Alvin Birkleback Winifred Bynum Leo Cloutier Jack Dunlop Lurlin Harmon Lloyd Hearne Langford Huddleston John Lingo Langston McEachern Ted Olzack James Pittman John H. Outz Claude Smith Joe Steeples Claude Teel Curtis Warren Clarence Williams J. Murry Williams Dunlop, Pittman, Snydei — Lewis, Lingo, Bynum — Hudson, Mont- gomery, Zimmerman — Beasley, Skeeters, Patterson — Aills, Hud- dleston, Harmon — Russell, Cloutier, Perot — McEachern, Looney, Hearne, Sneed. m
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Louisiana Beta Chapter wl Theta Kappa Nu was founded by the union oi eleven well established local fraternities at a meeting held in Springfield, Mo., June 9, 1924. Today the national or- ganization includes 50 chapters, Louisiana Beta of Centenary College being established in 1925. a The central office of the fraternity, located in Cleveland, Ohio, has established a scholarship fund which is maintained by the gifts of pledge members. A scholarship key is conferred on members who stand in the upper fifth of their class and maintain a high average during a period of three years or more. Honors received in the past year include the soft- ball championship, for which they were awarded a gold trophy last Spring, and second place in the Intra-mural football games. The TKN Moth- ers ' Club and Alumni group have played an im- portant part in the formation of their projects and plans. Such outstanding members as Tim Moran, coach at St. John ' s College, Paul Geisler, All-American, and Jimmie King have given their counsel and advice on numerous occasions. Our beloved Dr. George Sexton was an alumnus of this fraternity. TKN ' s prominent on the campus include Al Beas- ley, president of the Student Body, president of the " C " Club, and most popular boy; Jimmie Pat- terson, president of the Sophomore Class; Sam Aills, president of the Junior Class; Weenie By- num, best boy athlete; Bill Snyder, captain of the basketball team; and Roy Montgomery, cheer- leader, and president of the Intra-fraternity Coun- cil. 1. TKN ' s star at their favorite sport, football. 2. Ed and Skeeters demonstrate " brotherly love. " 3. The chapter ' s favorite indoor sport. 4. Bud and Ivene are seen together at TKN parties. 5. Another chummy couple, Weenie and Ethel. 6. Brother Birkleback on the work crew.
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The Local Chapter The local chapter of Sigma Phi was founded on the campus of Centenary in 1921. Getting off to a rather slow start at the beginning of this Fall semester, they progressed by leaps and bounds until mid-semester pledge day, when they added to their ranks some fif- teen extra men. Informal chapter conference This number far exceeded the combined total of all the other frats and sororities and placed them among the leaders of the campus. Among their activities of the year were the sponsoring of Betty Swinehart of Columbus, Ohio, as guest drum major during Homecoming, and their pro gram of spreading Christmas cheer to unfortunate children. Spring brought with it rumors of a new fraternity house, which they plan to build before the end of school. One definite step was taken toward the accomplishing of this when they bought their lot one block off the campus. Sigma Phi has always kept in active touch with its alumni, and included among its more prominent members are Beynon Cheesman, Charlie Beau- champ, Philip Stagg, and Cadet W. J. McConnell of West Point. In selecting five outstanding members of the year, nominations should go to Andy Berry, sports editor of the Conglomerate and Yoncopin, and untiring worker in all phases of the fraternity ' s work; Claude Mason, Southern A. A. U. boxing champ in the light-heavyweight division; M. M. Waldroup for his work in planning the proposed lodge; and Ed Dew for his outstanding perform- ances in the Shreveport Little Theatre. 1. Sigma Phi Waldroup and Kay Van Horn all smiles. 2. Chapter Prexey Demoss all alone. 3. Demoss and Dew present the beauty of the chapter — W. Rogers. 4. Claude Mason, Southern A. A. U. champ, the chapter ' s claim to fame. 5. Rollo Florsheim, a handy man lor the athletic department, 6. Mac Krentel hangs out the weekly wash.
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