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I U r I T Officers President Juanita Ryland Vice-President Hessie Gaston Secretary Dorothy Franks Treasurer .... Ethel Cady Members Irene Baker Beverly Blood Virginia Breithaup Margaret Brown Billie Cady Ethel Cady Jeanette Craber La Verne Davis Marilyn Dickson Dorothy Dixon Dorothy Durr Jean Else Dorothy Franks Ethel Fulton Hessie Gaston Lillian Gibson Helen Kendall Ethel Kramer Virginia Kramer Selma Lefkovits Lou Dell Liston Carolyn Lunny Eva Mae McDowell Chrystine Moore Mary Alice Nash Florence Neel Joan Pfau Frances Pickett Hattie Pickett Joyce Reed Beverly Robertson Juanita Ryland Celeste Stockwell Barbara Jane Thrall Dorothy Uttinger Frances Vowels Bobbye Wilson Gladys Worley Newest of the campus organizations to make its appearance this year was the Aufait Club, which was the of- ficial title chosen by the non-sorority girls when they decided to establish themselves as a social group, complete with constitution, officers and pin. Largely responsible for the movement are the charter mem- bers: Dorothy Franks, Ethel Cady, Alline Day, Chrystine Moore, Billie Cady, Lois Philyaw, Ethel Fulton, Hessie Gaston, Joan Pfau, Joyce Reed, and Juanita Ryland, who were sponsored by Mrs. Bryant Davidson and Mrs. A. R. Campbell. In spite of its youth, however, the club boasts many outstanding members. Particularly noteworthy are Beverly Blood, Who ' s Who, Chairman of Chapel Committee, President of Dormitory Council, and an officer of both Pi Mu Sigma and Alpha Sigma Chi; Lois Philyaw, President of Maroon Jackets; Dorothy Franks, Maroon Jackets, Leader of Religious Activities; Juanita Ryland, Duchess of Harvest Festival, Maroon Jacket; and Ethel Cady, Assistant Editor of Yoncopin and a Maroon Jacket. The Aufait ' s confined their social activities to informal affairs this year, mainly open houses and picnics; and participated in such campus activities as basketball, where their team won outstanding recognition. The group also possesses one of the highest scholastic averages. Baker, Brown, B. Cady, E. Cady, Dixon, Durr, Else . . . Franks, Gaston, Gibson, Kendall, E. Kramer, V. Kramer, Lefkovits . . . Liston, Lunny, McDowell, Moore, Nash, Neel, Plau . . . Pickett, Reed, Ryland, Thrall, Uttinger, Vowels, Wilson.
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BIT AND BRIDLE CLUB Officers President Paulyn Gill Vice President Mary Marie Hogg Secretary Mary Murff Treasurer Ann Robinson Coming to the campus this year as a new organization is the Centenary Bit and Bridle Club, which is composed of a group of college Co-eds who are bound together by a common interest, the sport of horseback riding. A large percentage of its members are experienced horsewomen, but experience is no requirement, and novices are welcomed into the circle and find it easy enough to acquire the needed knowledge. The activities of the club consist of regularly scheduled rides once a week and, in addi- tion, moonlight rides are enjoyed once a month by the seventeen girls who make up the membership. On the latter occasions the girls meet at the Woman ' s Dormitory, clad in riding habits and supplied with a picnic supper, from whence they depart on a gala ride. For one of the youngest clubs on the campus this organization has progressed steadily during the year and prides itself on the pleasure it has afforded its members. Under the enthusiastic sponsorship of Mrs. Bryant Davidson, physical education instructor, and the capable leadership of its President, Paulyn Gill, it continues to hold its own among the older clubs on the campus. Members of the Bit and Bridle Club pause long enough to have their pictures made before setting off on a brisk canter. Members Mary Virginia Adsit Jimmie Faye Black Cora Burton Mary Cecil Bynum La Verne Davis Dorothy Doyle Corinne Ford Paulyn Gill Bette Heath Mary Marie Hogg Nancy Mills Mary Murff Annie Lee Pace Joyce Reed Ann Robinson Gladys Tippett Virginia Lil Turner
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The co-eds are always with us, and a lucky thing too, for the campus would not be the same without them to dabble their pretty fingers in the respective pies of politics, athletics, and other activities. CO-ED ACTIVITIES
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