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PI MU SIGMA Officers President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Charles Armistead Theus Armistead Beverly Blood Organized in 1925 on the Centenary Campus, Pi Mu Sigma devotes itself solely to science. The meetings, held on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, are forums for the discussion of current problems in the medical world. On these occasions prominent Shreveport doctors or Centenary graduates address the group and answer questions of scientific interest. Membership is limited to those pre-med students who have completed two semester courses in science with a minimum C plus average and who have the unanimous ballot of the group. Each new initiate is required to present a 1500 word thesis on some phase of biology to the club, in addition to undergoing the arduous initiation ritual for which the fraternity is famous. Plans for the year include the annual reunion in the spring when former pre-med students return to their Alma Mater to recount their experiences in the world of medicine, and the meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Science — a long awaited event. With Miss Mary Warters as the active sponsor and Charles Armistead as the capable president the group continues to devote its days and nights to the acquisition of medi- cal knowledge and the furtherance of its ideals. 41 A ± l± lM Members Charles Armistead Theus Armistead Billy Mims Allums Beverly Blood Alfred Bullock George Cummings Ray Goens Carlton Graff Gus Hoyer Albert Khoury Charles Knight burchall lyles Douglas McKay Tom Tyler Jarvis Waller Allums, C. Armistead, T. Armistead, Blood, Bullock, . . . Cummings, Goens, Graff, Hoyer, Khoury . . . Knight, Ly 1 e s, McKay, Waller, Miss Warters.
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Members David Barton G. L. Blaxton Val Borum Miriam Bowers Jimmye Brown Bettye Anne Caldwell Betty Mae Coburn Jeanette Craber James F. Dean Langford DeGeneres Dorothy Durr Jack Elgin Catherine Ewerz Lillian Gibson Ray W. Goens Betty Greene Ouida Harris Walter Heard John Hearne Gilbert Hetherwick Gene Hilliard Charles Keenan Charles Knight Ethel Kramer Selma Lefkovits Carmen Love Carolyn Lunny Truett McConnell John Marshall Mimi Molloy Elise Montgomery Adrian Murph Elizabeth Pabody Cecile Schaefer Leroy Scott Joe Stephens Clinton Teacle James Trickett Malcolm Vickers Arnold Wardell Robert Webster Edwin Whited John Woods Gladys Worley That Centenary ' s ever increasing number of Freshmen includes an ever increasing number of potential grade A students is proven by the bumper crop of Alpha Sigma Pi ' s this year. This group, sponsored by Dean of Women, Mrs. A. R. Camp- bell, was organized at Centenary in 1931, at the same time some twenty other leading colleges and univers- ities founded chapters, and has had a most successful existence since that time. Open to Freshmen and Sophomores with high scholastic standings, the fraternity has played an active part in campus affairs. HMHiA mid-A Barton, Blaxton, Borum, Bowers, Brown . . . Caldwell, Coburn, Craber, Dean, De- Generes . . .Durr, Elgin, Ewerz, Gibson, Goens . . . Greene, Harris, Heard, Hearne, Hetherwick . . . Hilliard, Keenan, Knight, Lelkovits, Love . . . Lunny, Marshall, Molloy, Montgomery, Murph . . . Pabody, Schaeler, Scott, Stephens, Teacle . . . Trickett, Vickers, Webster, Whited, Woods, Worley. ALPHA SIGMA PI
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Officers President . . . Margaret Brown Secretary -Treasurer . Ethel Fulton Members Thornton Bell Frances Boatner Margaret Brown G. L. Blaxton Mary Louise Carr Billie Cady Langford DeGeneres Cleve Farnell Ethel Fulton Margaret Gillespie Helen Heath George Hearne Barbara Harris Peggy Hawkins Adelaide Isaac Albert Khoury Frances Kizer Bill Keenan John Marshall Jean Miles Mimi Molloy Bobby Moody Martha O ' Neal Grace Pardue Nannetta Pitts Elizabeth Pabody Doris Lee Ryland Ann Robinson Betty Gordon Smith Gladys Tippett Georgia Ella Till Clint Teacle Bobbye Wilson Edwin Whited Helen Williams Lurline Yeary Bell, Blaxton, Boatnei, Brown, Cady . . Carr, De Generes, Farnell, Fulton, Gillespie . Harris, Hearne, Heath, Isaac, Keenan . . Khoury, Kizer, Marshall, Miles, Molloy . . Moody, O ' Neal, Pabody, Pitts, Robinson . . Ryland, Smith, Teacle, Till, Tippett . . Whited, Williams, Wilson, Yeary. Organized in 1929 on the Centenary campus, the French Club has proved itself to be one of the most active and efficient of the departmental groups, completing this year one of its most successful and progressive seasons, with Margaret Brown as president and under the sponsorship of Doctor E. L. Ford. For a central theme on which to base its activity, the club chose " France Today " and the monthly pro- grams dealt with various aspects of modern French life. At each meeting, some prominent speaker presented a talk on a particular field of interest in France today. To supplement this material, club members were appointed to give a biographical or historical sketch as background for the subject concerned. Speakers who were featured on various programs were College Professors Bryant Davidson, S. D. Morehead, J. B. Entrikin, Don Brown, Ralph Squires, Albert Martini, and Doctor A. M. Serex, Presiding Elder of the Methodist Church in Louisiana, and Miss Marie Therese Le Blanc, Instructor in French, Byrd High School. At the last meeting of the semester, the club was host to the French Clubs of Byrd and Fair Park High Schools and Dodd College at a picnic supper, at which time Doctor Ford showed the beautiful techni- color movies of his European tour, thus culminating a highly successful year. THE FRENCH CLUB
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