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Lyric by PAUL GIBBONS Little Fraternity Pin From the Warner Bros. Picture " Varsity Show " Music by BOY RINGWALD Slowly Piagram$ are for Guitar Symbols are for Satyo and Ukuleh Copyright 1937by WORDS and MUSIC INC. International Copyright Secured and Reserred CANADA: Canadian Music Sales Corp. Ltd. £1 Dundn- S$ua , AUSTRALIA-. J. Albert A Sons, Sydney, 137 K;np ZETA TAU ALPHA CHI OMEGA ALPHA XI DELTA KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Social Fraternities
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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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w ! O E-i O E-i W CQ The Zetas, in their distinctive blue and gray uniforms, started rolling up their score of hon- ors early this year by electing several class of- ficers and one freshman cheerleader. Next came the Freshman Beauty Contest, with four Zeta pledges in the running, one of whom was selected by Vincent Lopez as one of his two candidates for Freshman Queen. Also promi- nent are Cutest Girl Jean Miles and Most Pop- ular Girl Helen Heath who won these positions in the Popularity Contest. Homecoming of ' 39 was truly a Zeta day. Their first lady, Miss Martha Shepherd, was elected to reign over the occasion, after an excitingly close election. At the game the chapter pre- sented a much needed water wagon to the team, and was in turn presented a $10 check by the Homecoming Committee for showing the most school spirit of any of the organizations participating in the occasion. Outstanding members the lodge will lose by graduation this year are too numerous for the comfort of the survivors. After two years serv- ice as president, Martha Shepherd will leave her office with a noteworthy string of honors behind her. This year Shep was Homecoming Queen, Centenary Lady, a Beauty, Secretary to the Student Body, a class officer, Maroon Jacket, a CenCoe, a Pan-Hellenic representa- tive, and a member of Who ' s Who. Grace Jul- ian, vice-president of the lodge is also vice- president of Pan-Hellenic, has twice served as an officer of the Maroon Jackets, twice been elected president of Chi Sigma Nu, twice been editor-in-chief of the Yoncopin, twice been elect- ed Most Versatile Girl, is Co-ed Vice-President of the Student Body and is a member of Who ' s Who. Treasurer Helen Webb stars in athletics as well as many other things for the girls of the " White House. " She has twice been chosen Best Girl Athlete, is a Maroon Jacket, treas- urer of the CenCoes, Who ' s Who member, and also retained possession of the Sponsor Cup again this year. This spring the Zetas celebrated their thirteenth birthday as oldest organization on the campus with their traditional white formal banquet and dance. The Zetas seem to enjoy theii singing . . . Standing in line for the orchids, no doubt . . . Pledge day finds a big Zeta turn out . . . Four Zeta homecoming Queens of past years . . The " White House " becomes a castle in the snow . . . Z E T
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