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Centenary Graduation 1937 ■ $ ■ mm- OMIIMW l £%; - Haii and farewell! The graduating class of ' 37 pays one final tribute to Centenary before leaving its beloved Alma Mater forever. The date was last May the 26th; the place was the new gym and the occasion was the graduation of the Senior Class of ' 37. Some sixty or more young hopefuls listened to Governor Richard W. Leche discuss the conditions of the world they were about to enter and what was necessary in order to meet them. Of these graduates, a surprisingly large number have been successful in their first year away from the protecting walls of Alma Robert Vaughn Texas U. Harvey Broyles L. S. U. Roy Bennett Hugh Stephens John Carstarphen Texas U. L. S. U. Tulane
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Senior Class Officers As May and commencement draws nigh, the seniors descend from their exalted position as such and be- come mere mortals, substituting a somewhat worried expression — due no doubt to haunting visions of an ap- proaching comprehensive — for their former lofty atti- tude. The dignity of the senior class, harassed by these and other fears, is still upheld by their representatives, namely the class officers. President Bill Harris should be expert at being number one man of his class, having held this office throughout his four years at Cenienary. This should establish a record of some sort, especially since he has just finish- ed a term as Lambda President, also. By now the thing has become a habit to him, which may account for the nonchalant grace with which he wears his title. Shirley Baird, vice-president, is another old hand in this line. She is Coed vice-president and Zeta president as well, and is equally efficient at all three jobs. Cornelia Row, Secretary, and Irene Kuhn, Treasurer, are both from the ranks of Alpha Xi Delta — Cornelia being president and Irene, treasurer of that organiza- tion for the past year. All in all, they form the officer ' s club of Centenary, and perhaps their past experience is what made senior af- fairs run so smoothly this year. A picture of Miss Cornelia Row, secretary of the class, was not available when this page was made up. Bill Harris President Shirley Baird Vice-President Irene Kuhn Treasurer Seniors Don Cops and Gowns in Preparation for Commencement. Jean Palmer Section Editor
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and Recent Graduates Henry Kaiam, B.S., Centenary 1933, is ihe chemist at the grease and lubricating oil plant of the Arkansas Fuel Oil Co., Bossier City. Grease must be made under constant and careful chemical control. Elizabeth Carlton, B.S., Centenary 1936, is (he medical technician lor Dr. Berkley De Lee, a Centenary Ex-student, in whose laboratory in the Medical Arts Bldg., Shreveport, this picture was taken. Dudley (Loop) Moore, B.S., Centenary 1933, is ihe chief chemist lor the Deavitt Labora- tories of 209 S. LaSalle Street, Chicago. This company has been doing industrial analyses of cements, paints, oils and greases, and other products for forty years. Mater. Many graduates are attending graduate schools or have fellowships at leading universi- ties, such as Wisconsin, L. S. U., Tulane, Iowa, and Duke. A few of the most outstanding might be mentioned here; among them Horace Holder and Roy Bennett, valedictorians of the L. S. U. and Texas Law Schools, respectively; and Paul Entrikin and Owen Carter, who are both doing valuable work on fellowships at the University of Wisconsin. The success of these few represent that of the whole group in only a small degree. Many of the graduates of recent years are holding posi- tions of responsibility and importance with many large business corporations. Shown above and below are a few of Centenary ' s outstanding re- cent graduates. Paul Entrikin Clay Johnson Owen Carter James Stuckey Philip Stagg Wisconsin University John Hopkins University V isconsin University Duke University L. S. U.
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