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Social life on the campus became even more bril- liant with the unprecedented number of pledges acquired by most of the Greek letter organizations and the construction of several new " mansions " which added to the glory that is Greek. SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
Page 102 text:
The Cen Coe offi- cers look very happy about t h e whole thing. THE CENCOES Officers President Alta Moorman Vice-President Jo Beth Nelson Secretary -Treasurer Mary E. Lewis Members June Austermell Winifred Boles WlLDA BEDINGFIELD Emily Cashore Joy Clark Fay Forshee Frances Goodson Betty Heath Grace Ingersoll Mary Evelyn Lewis Marguerite Lockhart Catherine Loyd Betty Mason Eileen Maynard Alta Moorman Doris Mulkey Mary B. Mulkey To Beth Nelson Martha O ' Neal Kitty J. Osborne Mary A. Railsback Edna E. Richardson Virginia Reily Marjie Schilling Martha Shepherd Margaret Simmons Dorris Snell Dorothy Stevenson Azile Wagner Helen Webb The CenCoes, Centenary ' s only inter-sorority organ- ization, celebrated the close of their third year on the campus by blossoming forth in their new triangular charms, bearing their name and the inevitable Ma- roon and White colors. Each of the thirty girls wearing this emblem of the order is pledged to live up to the purpose and ideals of the organization, which is to forge a stronger chain of friendship between the sor- orities and to provide activity for the summer months. Membership is limited to town girls, ten from each sorority, and no freshmen are eligible. Officers are determined by alternation, and at present Alta Moor- man guides the fortunes of the group. The CenCoes chief purpose in life is having a good time, and they are eminently successful in this. Their functions, mainly picnics and dances, are looked forward to in hopeful anticipation by the rest of the campus. Austermell, Bedinqtield, Boles . . . Cashore, Clark, Foishee . . . Goodson, Heath, Ingersoll . . . Lewis, Lockhart, Loyd . . . Mason, May- nard, Moorman . . . Mulkey, D., Mulkey, M., Nelson . . . O ' Neal, Osborn, Railsback . . . Richardson, Reily, Shepherd . . . Schilling, Simmons, Snell . . . Stephenson, Wagner, Webb.
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Members KAPPA ALPHA Sam Peters, Jr. Floyd Norton LAMBDA THETA CHI Carlton Graff Bill Morris SIGMA PHI Lloyd DeMoss Waylan Pearce THETA KAPPA NU Jimmie Patterson James Pittman The Inter-Fraternity Council demonstrates what the well dressed Gentleman should wear when he steps out. Officers President Lloyd DeMoss Secretary-Treasurer Carlton Graff The Inter-fraternity Council wended its pleasant way onward as usual this year, with little difficulty other than that involved in assembling all the members to have their picture made. The third time proved a charm, however, and even this was finally accomplished. The organization, composed of the Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the four campus fraternities, has as its purpose the preserving of peace and harmony among the Greeks, and performed its function admirably this year, though this is perhaps due more to the non-combatant attitude of the frats than to any great effort on the part of the Council. President Lloyd DeMoss, however, was determined that the group should not remain inactive merely because they had no arbitrating to do, so two innovations in policy were proposed, accepted and carried out. One of these was the much applauded plan of deferred rushing, which eliminated a major headache for the fraternities by allowing them to carry out their rushing campaign in a sane and sensible manner instead of the usual pell-mell fashion. As soon as this was successfully com- pleted, the group turned to the long contemplated Inter-fraternity dance. Under the influence of the Council the various groups finally settled as to a date and a mid-April night saw what once would have been an impossibility — the Greeks enjoying themselves at an exclusive all-Greek function. Credit for the revival of the Maroon Shirt Organization also goes to this group, whose unprecedented activity this year on behalf of the brotherhood of Greeks has been both praisworthy and noteworthy. NTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL
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