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THE COMMERCE CLUB Officers President Robert Webster Vice President Sidney Turner Secretary Kathryn Blackwell Treasurer Lloyd DeMoss Since capable Professor Robert See, head of this department, founded the Commerce Club in 1938, this or- ganization has become one of the most active clubs on the campus. The membership has previously been limited to advanced accounting students and night school students, but this year has been opened to all commerce and economics students interested in any form of activity in the business world. The purpose of the group is to further the interest of the students by keeping them in contact with financial and economic affairs in the modern world. Outstanding business men of the city have addressed the group on various occasions to stimulate the interest of the members. Among those who have accepted invitations to speak this year are Mr. Harry Viser, prominent accountant; Mr. Wade, chief account- ant of Coca Cola Bottling Company; and Mr. Walter Jacobs. Members of the night class who are already in the business world have proved themselves very helpful to the organization. Sam Peters, Waylan Pearce, and Mason Fester have presented talks on various occasions. Mason Foster has already passed the business law and auditing sections of the Certified Public Accounting Examination, which is considered an outstanding achievement. To climax another successful year, the club plans to hold its annual banquet, under the supervision of indus- trious president Robert Webster, who has greatly contributed to the progress and achievement of the group. Front row — May, Bains, Chamberlin, Crosby. Second row — McDowell, Shehee, Blackwell, Lippe. Standing — Word, DeMoss, Bennett, Flournoy, Harris, Morrison, Webster, Weinstein. Members Lance Askew Calvin Bains Zack Bennett Kathryn Blackwell Joyce Byrd Kay Campbell Margaret Chamberlain Lloyd DeMoss Clarence Day George Fair Lewis Finnell Camp Flournoy Mason Foster Gene Hillard Lee Harris Frank Keith Edgar Lippe C. E. Moore Chrystine Moore Charles Morrison Gwin Morrison James McDowell J. B. Pearce Wade Peters Jimmy Robinson Peyton Shehee Sydney R. Turner Charles Vestal Malcolm Vickers James Webb Robert Webster Louis Williams Frank Word
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Members Irene Baker Margaret Brown Dorothy Franks Paulyn Gill Joseph Gregori Myrian Holloway Martha Hamner Bette Heath Helen Heath Grace Ingersoll Susan Johnson Grace Julian Ethel Kramer Lou Dell Liston ElLLEEN MAYNARD Elise Montgomery Chrystine Moore Lois Philyaw Virginia Reily Phyllis Rhoades Miriam Russ J. Ashley Sibley Margaret Simmons Norma Weathersby Baker, Brown, Franks, Gill, Gregori, Hamner, B. Heath, H. Heath . . . Holloway, Ingersoll, Julian, Kramer, Liston, Maynard, Montgomery, Moore . . . Philyaw, Reily, Rhoades, Russ, Sibley, Simmons, Weathersby. Officers President Grace Julian Vice-President Martha Hamner Secretary-Treasurer Ashley Sibley One of the most active of the honorary fraternities, Chi Sigma Nu launched an interesting program for the further instruction and enlightenment of its members, the future teachers of Louisiana. At each of the monthly meetings some prominent educator addressed the group, chief of these being Dr. Bruno Strauss, Mr. R. H. White, Miss Taylor, Mr. F. L. Miller, and Miss Lilla McClure. In connection with various discussions brought on by these roundtables, the group under- took two noteworthy projects. The members entertained the Gayarre History Club of Byrd High School at an interesting exhibit of Centenary ' s historical relics; and also visited one of Shreveport ' s trade schools. To climax the year ' s activity, the organization gives one purely social affair, the annual skating party, which is one of the most enjoyable of campus affairs. Mambers of Chi Sigma Nu are hand picked from the upper percentile groups of the educa- tion classes, and must possess a " B " average, and a vital interest in their chosen work. Only a certain number are admitted at each pledging, so those who receive the unanimous approval of the members, and are extended a bid, may congratulate themselves. Once again this year the presidency of the order fell to Grace Julian, while Professor Ewerz con- tinued to supervise and encourage the rapid progress of the group. CHI SIGMA NU
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THE D E B A CLUB John Marshall Joe Stephens Clint Teacle Debaters Donn Thompson Robert Webster John Woods Debating honors this year went exclusively to the boys, who deliberated pro and con on various weighty subjects to their own and to Centenary ' s profit. The teams, composed of John Woods, Joe Stephens, Clint Teacle, Robert Webster, John Marshall, and Donn Thompson, engaged in numerous matches, with highly successful results. Debating against Centenary representatives were teams from Ouachita College, T. C. U., Southwestern, and Hendricks College, the Alma Mater of Coach Bryant Davidson; and, in addition, two teams were sent from the college to th e tournament at Natchitoches. The Centenary team is a member of Pi Kappa Delta, national debating society, and upperclassmen who have participated in a certain number of debates are privileged to wear the key of the order. In addition to the distinction of belonging to such an organization, the debaters also get the benefit of college credit for their efforts. The faculty committee, composed of Professor Bryant Davidson, Dr. S. A. Steger Dr. S. D. Morehead, Profes- sor Darrell Overdyke, and Mrs. A. R. Campbell, contributed greatly to the success of the team this year, and aided them in many ways. Members of the Debate Club confer with Mr. Davidson. Left to right — Thompson, Mr. Davidson, Woods, Webster, and Teacle.
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