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Page 102 text:
V A ' • ' j ' T V i;a k The our damsels ol dance, Mabel Boddie, Jimmye Brown, Rosemary Neal and Betty Brewer. KOLLEGE KAPERS Kollege Kapers, Centenary ' s traveling student variety show, went through its eight annual season in a blaze of glory, stopping off to ignite the home town between shows. The North Louisiana tour was one S. R. O. sign after another; an estimated 5,000 people saw the five shows on the tour, 2800 of these at Monroe alone, where the audience threatened to overflow onto the stage. Later in the season, a tour of the East Texas cities was made, equally as successful. Although the orchestra was weak, the cast made up for it with one top-flight vocalist after another. In particular, those two chanteuses par excellence, Betty Brewer and Peggy Fendley, left many a gasping, gibbering man when they sang. For the first time in all Kapers history, it had the privilege of introducing a new song — " If Ever You Leave, " written by two Kaperites of previous years, Warren Blackwell and Virginia Rathbun. As usual, the eighth season was excellent, but the cast is already looking forward to next year. Jimmye Brown, Accordionist, and C. W. Williams, Pianist, accompany Mabel Boddie, Vocalist Yvonne Cloud, Classical Vocalist. Betty Brewer, Exponent of Swing. Mal McIlwain, Master of Ceremonies.
Page 101 text:
STUDENT SENATE Mattie Elizabeth Baker Cecil Bland Mabel Boddie Ann Burnette Ethel Cady Paulyn Gill Frances Goodson Tom Griffith William Graham Mary Louise Gustine Irl Harper Members Earl Harter L. W. Head George Hearne Gilbert Hetherwick Clifton Howard Grace Ingersoll Charles Knight F. M. May Fred McClanahan Mal McIlwain ElLLEEN MAYNARD Roy Mouser LaRue Powell Dorothy Robinson William Steger Joe Stephens Russell Stewart Claude Teel Carl Vollmer Azile Wagner John Woods Frank Word Centenary ' s Student Senate started off the new year with a bang. During the summer the constitution was revised and a new plan of representation put into effect. Under this plan, the various dormitories, fraternal organizations, and each class was given one representative. In addition nine committee chairmen were appointed by the executive committee, and they became members of the Senate. One of the first activities of the year was the Freshman-Sophomore tug of war on October 21, which climaxed the annual observance of freshman rules. This project was engineered by Charles Knight, freshman orienta- tion chairman of the Senate. Although hampered by a constantly changing membership, the Senate continued to hold semi-monthly meet- ings. Plans were made to sponsor a drive to obtain dancing on the campus, and many meetings were devoted to this task alone. Also in the Senate ' s program for the year was an aim for better student-faculty relationships, which was a brave thing to do. Lack of something constructive to aim at left the Senate pretty much in the lurch, but all agree that the stu- dent leaders this year have shown more interest in student government than in several years, and have cleared the path for more student action in years to come. As has been customary for the last three years, the big project of the year was the observance of Founders ' Day on May 2. A gigantic picnic and political rally was planned for the day, and was enjoyed by all. Harter, Hetherwick, Harper, Graham Mouser, Griffith, Boddie, Bland, Woods, Stephens McIlwain, Stewart, Steger, Cady, Knight, Vollmer
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Peggy Fendley and Mildred Landrum, vocalists and Rosemary Neal, dance creator. The Singsomble group . . . Frank Mc- Aneny and his puppet show . . . Bill Bradford, vocalist . . . The three - act play . . . The orchestra swings out.
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