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President Lois Philyaw demonstrates the coned drum technique. The Maroon Jackets at attention. The Maroon Jackets take the field in tair or rainy weather to lead the band through many difficult formations and to delight the football fans with their unique and pleasing appearance.
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Two new diummers receive private instruction. The drum corps sounds oii. This year the Maroon Jackets took on even more duties in accordance with their position as the official hostesses of Centenary College and proved to be as successful in their new undertaking as they have been in the past. Long recognized as a unit of the marching band, the Maroon Jackets drum corps kept its place at the head of the band and led that group through the many intricate formations required by flashlight drills at all the night games. In addition to their marching, the Jackets assisted the faculty by serving as guides at registration time, by greeting the various teams who opposed the Gents throughout the season, and by ushering at all college banquets, programs and at chapel exercises — a tedious and difficult job. For these duties the twelve girls, three from each campus group, received many privileges. They accom- panied the band on two specials, were featured as Centenary ' s outstanding girls, and received the intangible but coveted honor of wearing the Maroon Jacket of their college. Two special ceremonies marked this year ' s program. One was the presentation of Maroon Jacket keys to the graduating members and to Mrs. A. R. Campbell — their devoted sponsor, who conceived the idea which has been copied by other colleges all over the nation, and the other was their ninth anniversary as the first and most outstanding of similar groups. Officers President Lois Philyaw Vice-President Ruby Brittain Secretary Grace Julian Treasurer Beatrice Carlton Members NON-SORORITY Ethel Cady Dorothy Franks Lois Philyaw ZETA TAU ALPHA Grace Julian Martha Shepherd Helen Webb CHI OMEGA Beatrice Carlton Eilleen Maynard Olga Thibodeaux ALPHA XI DELTA Ruby Brittain Martha O ' Neal Marjorie Schilling MAROON JACKETS
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HE CENCOES President .... Fay Forshee Alpha Xi Delta Vice-President . . Eilleen Maynard Chi Omega Secretary-Treasurer . . Helen Webb Zeta Tau Alpha Members Wilda Bedingfield, Feme Beselei, Lucille Bettis, Olivia Bott, Beatrice Carlton, Sam Featherstone, Fay Forshee, Frances Goodson, Bette Heath, Helen Heath. Marie Hemenway, Grace Ingersoll, Marguerite Lockhart, Eilleen Maynard, Jo Beth Nelson, Martha O ' Neal, Virginia Reily, Elizabeth Robertson, Dorothy Robinson, Miriam Russ. Marjorie Schilling, Martha Shepherd, Ethel Shropshire, Margaret Simmons, Celeste Thibodaux; Olga Thibodeaux, Azile Wagner, Helen Webb, Ethel Williamson, Gloria Wollank. The thirty select Centenary Co-eds who wear the triangular maroon and white charm of the college ' s first and only inter-sorority organization celebrated this year as the fourth success- ful one for the CenCoe Club. Dedicated solely to the lighter things of life, the CenCoes ac- complish a great deal by way of establishing a more friendly feeling among sororities, which is quite an undertaking. Eligible for membership are upper class town girls only, and each sorority is represented by ten girls. Officers are determined by alternation and at present Fay Forshee holds the gavel, replacing Marjorie Schilling upon her withdrawal from the college. Chief among the CenCoes monthly activities is the delightful Spring Pro- gram dance, which is as unique as the group itself.
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