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THE COMMERCE CLUB Officers President Waylan Pearce Vice President William Harkrider Secretary-Treasurer Charles Morrison William Alexander Thomas Armitage Lance Askew Zack Bennett Andy Berry Elizabeth Brandon M. Chamberlain Charles Crawford Maurice Curry Lloyd DeMoss George Fair Lewis Finnell M. Foster Cecil Garrison William Harkrider Sam Harper Lee Harris William Hawkins Frank Keith Members R. M. Kent Mary E. Lewis W. C. Marshall Kathleen McSween Jack Mead Wilbur Morris Charles Morrison Gwinn Morrison Olen Oden Murff O ' Neal Waylan Pearce J. B. Pearce Edgar Percy Sam Peters E. H. Railsback Cecile Schaefer Peyton Shehee Gilbert Sibley Gerald Stewart Sidney Turner Malcolm Vickers T. E. Victory C. E. Vestal Harry Vowels Frances Wellborn Louis Williams K. C. Wilson F. H. Wright The time honored saying " The Older the Better " was proven a fallacy when the activities of the brand new organization, the Commerce Club, were brought to account. Organized by industrious Professor Robert See, Head of this department, the chief purpose of the organization is to keep the students in close contact with the latest developments in the field of commerce. Meetings, preceded by a banquet, are held once a month, with prominent business men speaking on topics of interest to the club. At the first get-to-gether of this group Mr. Edward Glaze, a young practicing accountant spoke on his work in relation to the business world. Another speaker, Mr. McPherson of the First National Bank, presented a most interesting address to the club. Members of the organization itself have also been called upon as speakers, and as both day and night school students are represented in the club, these two groups maintain a closer contact with each other and with various phases of industry, thereby producing many new and valuable view points. President of the Commerce Club is Waylan Pearce, who by virtue of his position as business manager of the Conglomerate and as a Commerce major, is well qualified to guide the destinies of this new and rapidly progressing group. The Commerce Club assembles lor a round table discussion of affairs in the business world.
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Carlton, Kilgore Ewing, Blood THE BARBS Officers President Cyrus Kilgore Vice-President Cyrus Kilgore Secretary Virginia Carlton Treasurer Beverly Blood This year the Barbs, who had shown all signs of proving themselves to be quite a thorn in the flesh of the Greeks, sank into comparative oblivion as their more strongly united competitors walked away with all the campus honors. This disintegration of what promised to be a powerful political group is due in part to the lack of leadership and in part to the dissension in the ranks of the non-frats themselves. Or maybe they just don ' t care anymore. At any rate, the only accomplishments that the group can boast are the rather overwhelming victories which the Barb basketball team won over the sorority girls and the successful " Apple Days " which were staged to raise funds, a custom which various other organizations might do well to follow. Outside of these efforts, the order of Barbarians did not even attempt any other project. At the first of the year some enthusiasm was shown, but gradually even the weekly meetings became a thing of the past and the members settled down under a pall of boredom that the most vigorous efforts of their officers could not break through. This lack of unification in the ranks of the non-Greeks is unfortunate for the Barbs could become an influential campus organization and cause their rivals a considerable amount of trouble, which might do those serenely confident worthies some good, though we doubt it. Neverthe- less, the Barbs, though down, are not completely out, and we hope that next year will see a revival of interest in this group which could accomplish a great deal if its members would unite and give their brother Greeks some competition.
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THE MINISTERIAL CLUB Officers President Sanford Wylie Vice-President A. B. Cavanaugh Secretary James Stovall Treasurer Herman Mayo Corresponding Secretary James Stovall The Ministerial Club, was founded by Dr. George Sexton on October 6, 1921, and now remains as an un- dying tribute to the man whose lite of service inspired and directed the activities of this group. It is now sponsored by Dean and Mrs. R. E. Smith and has made great progress in several different fields this year. To be a member one must participate in the social and religious programs on the campus, in the city, and elsewhere; must be a ministerial student or studying for some definite work in the field of church and religion, must be recommended by a pastor as to sincerity and ability, and must be a member of some church. The activities of the organization are not confined to the school and church alone, for an enthusi- astic drive has been made toward bettering social conditions in jails and along the river front. Their ef- forts in this field are indeed worthy of commendation and have received high praise from other agencies engaged in this project. Some of the activities sponsored by the club this year are the nightly prayer meetings in Rotary Hall, the weekly Sunday School meetings, and Chapel programs on the Youth Crusade, the Lenten Season and Unification. The Ministerial Club numbers among its ranks many sincere workers in the field of religion. Among these honorary members are President Cline, Dean Hardin, Bishop Hoyt Dobbs, Dr. A. M. Serex, all Methodist Pastors of Shreveport, and all ex-ministerial students of Centenary, who encourage and ad- vise this organization in every possible way, lending their support to the group ' s ambitious projects of social betterment through religion. Members A. B. Cavanaugh Edwin House, Jr. Standley Kirkland Herman Mayo James Stovall Sanford Wylie Cavanaugh, House Kirkland, Mayo, Wylie.
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