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o f Sigma Phi f W ff sf Officers President Lloyd DeMoss Vice-President .... Charles Morrison Secretary Louis Williams Treasurer Waylan Pearce Me m b e r s Charles Armistead Charles Morrison Andy Berry Gwin Morrison Robert Demint J. B. Pearce Lloyd DeMoss Waylan Pearce Price Eubanks William Rogers SlGMOND FLORSHEIM Peyton Shehee Sam Harper Robert Van Horn Malcolm Krentel M. M. Waldroup Louis Williams PI b d g e s Harry Blake Truett McConnell Bill Hooper James McDowell Alfred Bullock Paul Mayer Edwin Burks Randolph Mayer Ernest Carter Wilbur Morris Bill Caraway Samford Pearce Hugh Caraway Leonard Pratt J. G. Carruth Theron Roberts Bennie Dennis Sam Ragland Jack Forbing Bert Ravenna Charles Goodson I. Henry Smith William Graham Bill Swyers J. C LeGrange Adam West O f ) f Sik Jl r M A Armistead, Berry, Bullock, Burks, Carter . . . Demint, De Moss, Dennis, Eubanks, Florsheim . . . Forbing, Goodson, Graham, Harper, Krentel . . . Le Grange, McDowell, Morris, C. Morrison, G. Morrison . . . ]. B. Pearce, W. Pearce, Pratt, Ravenna, Roberts . . . Rogers, Shehee, Van Horn, West, Williams. The Sigma Phi ' s gather on the porch oi that line new home . . . Some more Sigma Phis and their dates gather at an open house before a dance . . . Helen Dwire and Frances Glassell — the spon- sors oi the chapter — are official hostesses at all social gatherings . . . Rollo rests a while as the " mansion " goes up . . . President De Moss and Sponsor Dwire welcome guests to the new house.
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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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The Local Chapter of Lambda The Lambdas apparently did not deign to enter into competition with the rest of the Greeks this year, for they are conspicuous by their absence in every phase of extra-curricular activity. While the rest of the campus worried itself into a frenzy over various and sundry elections, they remained aloof, preferring to keep their hands out of political mud pies. In intramural sports, they were among the also-rans, being unable, along with the other competitors, to wrest the cup from the grasp of the K.A ' s. The one outstanding achievement of the chapter as a whole was their scholas- tic rating — which was a goodly percentage above the other fraternities. Per- haps all this attention to studies occupied all the Lambda ' s time, or perhaps they just didn ' t care, but at any rate, this remains the sole accomplishment of which they can boast. But if the lodge as a group played an unobtrusive part on the campus this year, individual members did not. President Carlton Graff was perhaps the most active of these, and set an example for the rest of the Lambdas to follow by belonging to practically every campus organization. Along with the num- ber one position of his chapter, he held the office of Secretary-Treasurer to the Interfrat Council, and Secretary-Treasurer to Pi Mu Sigma. Membership in Alpha Sigma Pi; Alpha Sigma Chi, and the Maroon Shirts; and the rank of Zoology assistant complete the list. Another prominent Lambda Theta Chi was Treas- urer Bill Morris, likewise a Maroon Shirt and a member of the Interfrat Council. In addition to these activities, Bill joined the Dramatic Club and took an important role in the Kollege Kapers play. Dillard Hatcher, President of the lodge for the coming year, was formerly Vice-President and is also a Maroon Shirt. Other officers who hold recognized places on the campus are Secretary Billy Payne Alston, Alpha Sigma Pi and a Maroon Shirt, and new Vice-Presi- dent Ernest McGregor.
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