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Kappa Nu Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer James Patterson Ed Whitehurst Winifred Bynum Joe Zimmerman Members Sam Aills Winifred Bynum L. W. Head James Patterson Ed Whitehurst Joe Zimmerman Pledges Bill Bedingfield Bill Dennis John Clark Al Curry Jack Dunlop Lurlin Harmon Kemp Haythorne Delwin Heft Richard Knight Richard Lewis Nedd Looney Ray Mayeaux Homer Majors Lavelle Murphy James Pittman Louis Progule Robert Rhodes Hurren Smith Joe Steeples Tom Swirczkynski Claude Teel AMdkMfm ,» «- (f «=» ' Aills, Bynum, Bott . . . Clark, Curry, Dunlop, Harmon . . . Head, Knight, Looney, Majors . . . Mayeaux, Patterson, Pitt- man, Progule . . . Steeples, Swirczynski, Whitehurst, Zimmerman. ]immie Patterson takes over the leadership of the T.K.N ' s tor his second term . . . Ed and Weenie with their respective attach- ments, Olivia and Ethel . . . Ed and Sam talk things over as one gridiron hero to another . . . James Pittman, Sam Aills, Ed, and Weenie (what again!) form a friendly little group . . . Murlyon LaGrone and Jack Dunlop try their luck . . . Mary Evelyn and " Pitty Pat " smile at the little birdie . . . Homer Majors and Sam get together on the parking lot . . . Another member of the T.K.N, football trust — Joe Zimmerman
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Louisiana Beta Chapter of Theta V This year, as always, the Theta Kappa Nus maintained their position as the athletic fraternity of the campus, and the members of this lodge continued to dominate the world of sports at Centenary. Among the brothers are ten foot- ball lettermen, including Captain Sam Aills, ten " C " Club members (all the officers are Theta Kappa Nus) and two basketball lettermen. In Intra- murals, the Theta Kappa Nu ' s usually capture the softball championship — this is the second year the cup has been in their possession. The popularity of these football heroes might account for the large percentage of political offices they hold, but in addition to football and politics, the Theta Kappa Nus have acquired a home of their own since the last edition of the Yoncopin. Last spring they bought their own lodge outright, repainted it, hung the crest up over the door, and established a " fraternity row " of their own down near South Hall, where many of their social gatherings are held. Among this year ' s prominent T.K.N. ' s is Weenie Bynum, Best Boy Athlete, a two-year letterman in football, letterman in basketball, a member of Louisiana Tech ' s all-opponent team, and T.C.U. ' s second all-opponent team, a member of the " C " Club, Student Senate, Secretary for the fraternity and included in " Who ' s Who. " Nedd Looney is another outstanding member bv virtue of his position as Vice-President of the Spanish Club, President-elect of the " C " Club, a two-year letterman in football, and a member of the Student Senate. All of Sammy Aills ' thoughts turn to football — he is captain of the football team, three-year letterman in football, a member of the " C " Club, and a future player for the New York Giants, national professional football cham- pions. Ed Whitehurst, Vice-President of the chapter, is Treasurer of the Junior Class, Secretary and Treasurer elect of the " C " Club, the most popular player, a two-year football letterman, honorable mention for All American, a member of Louisiana Tech ' s all-opponent team, and high scorer for the Gents. Jimmie Patterson, Theta Kappa Nu ' s President, is also President of the Junior Class, a Student Senate member, a two-year letterman in football, is on the Inter- fraternity Council, Vice-President-elect of the " C " Club, a letterman in baseball, and belongs to the Spanish Club.
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The Local Cha pte r The Sigma Phis, who have long blossomed unseen amid their sturdier and more vociferous brethren, really came to the fore in a big way this year, under the guiding hand of Lloyd DeMoss. While the rest of the fraternity crew took their summer siesta, the Sigma Phis buzzed with activity. Accordingly, the opening of school saw the completion of their new house, hardwood floors, cedar walls, picket fence and all. The amazing thing about this house, which is, incidentally, one of the best looking and best kept on the campus, is that it was built almost entirely by the members and completely paid for when fin- ished — which is considerably more than any other organization can say. Sigma Phis are represented in many fields. They have long been among the leaders in all phases of intra-mural sports; they have an active alumni group and Mothers ' Club; they have members on both publication staffs, in Kollege Kapers, and anything else you might mention. To glorify their social functions, the fraternity proudly presents two very lovely ladies, Miss Helen Dwire and Miss Frances Glassell, who preside as their hostesses — thus inaugurating a new custom for the Greek orders. Among the outstanding members of the year are Waylan Pearce, Commerce assistant, President of the Commerce Club, business manager of the Conglom- erate, Treasurer of Sigma Phi, a Maroon Shirt, member of the Inter-Fraternity Council; Andy Berry, sports editor of the Conglomerate and Yoncopin, sports writer representing Centenary College for the Shreveport Times, Treasurer of the Senior Class, a member of the Student Senate, and the Commerce Club; Charles Morrison, Biology assistant, Maroon Shirt, Secretary-Treasurer of Com- merce Club, and Vice-President of the fraternity; Adam West, Kollege Kapers, drum major of Centenary College Band, all round percussionist, Marimba solo- ist, elected member of the National Association of Rudimentary Drummers, Studio staff instructor at J. S. Studios, director of St. John ' s High School Band, writer for Gamble Hinged Music Company of Chicago, and composer of the new Sigma Phi Fraternity Song; and Lloyd DeMoss, Student Senate, Com- merce Club, President of Inter-fraternity Council, and President of Sigma Phi.
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