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PI MU SIGMA Officers President Charles Knight Vice-President Val Borum Secretary-Treasurer Ray Goens Members Charles Armistead Val Borum Ray Goens Albert Khoury Charles Knight Douglas McKay Jarvis Waller Armistead, Borum, Goens Khoury, Knight, McKay, Waller Organized in 1925 on the Centenary campus, Pi Mu Sigma devotes itself solely to science. The meetings held on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, are forums for the discussion of current problems in the medical world. On these occasions prominent Shreveport doctors or Centenary graduates address the group and answer questions of scientific interest. Membership is limited to those pre-medical students who have completed two semester courses in science with a minimum C plus average and have the unanimous ballot of the group. Each new initiate is required to present a 1,500-word thesis on some phase of medicine of current interest to the group. The new member also undergoes an arduous and solemn ritual as part of his ac- ceptance into the fraternity. Plans for this year include the annual reunion in the spring when former pre- med students return to their Alma Mater to recount to their old school mates their experiences in the medi- cal world. With Miss Warters as the active sponsor and Charles Knight as the capable president, the group continues to devote its entire effort to the acquisition of medical knowledge, the removal of false ideas and beliefs, and the furtherance of the ideals upon which the organization was founded.
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ALPHA SIGMA CHI Officers President Henry Shuey Vice-President Kenneth Burgess Secretary-Treasurer James Dean Members Virginia Adair Charles Armistead Imogene Atkins Louis Barre David Barton Val Borum Kenneth Burgess Jack Carlton James Dean Dorothy Dixon Dorothy Durr John Gilcrease Ray Goens William Hamner William R. Hill Charles Knight Carolyn Lunny Pauline Lamb Wallace Moore J. B. Nabors Vance Neathery Katherine Ross Leroy Scott Henry Shuey Verre Simpson Herbert Smith James K. Smith William Steger Georgia Ella Till Jarvis Waller Adair, Armistead, Atkins, Barre, Barton, Borum Burgess, Carlton, Dean, Dixon, Durr, Gilcrease, Goens Hamner, Knight, Lamb, Lunny, Moore, Nabors, Neathery Ross, Scott, Shuey, Smith, Steger, Till, Waller Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry fraternity, under the able guidance of its sponsors, Dr. Entrikin and Dr. Thayer, has made great steps toward increasing student interest in chemistry. Membership in this society has soared to new heights in the past year, and substantial steps have been taken to increase the ability and importance of the society locally by affiliating with the American Chemical Society. The activities of the society in the past year have included scientific movies, industrial speakers and talks by members on subjects of special interest. Dr. Livingston of the Du Pont Company spoke in chapel under the sponsorship of the club. Centenary was represented at the semi-annual American Chemical Society meeting in Saint Louis, Missouri, by Dr. Entrikin and several of his assistants, in April. The members have at all times attempted to convey the proper physical conception of a chemist to the lay mind. A man smoking a foul smelling pipe, drinking strong coffee and eager to converse on any subject at any place. It is generally agreed that Alpha Sigma Chi has had a prosperous and active year while looking forward to the next with anticipation and assurance of increasing its eminence and activity.
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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Members Gene Baldwin Philip Clifton Sid Conley A. B. Cox Henry DeLangne Milton Ellis Trl Harper L. W. Head Norman Hunter Ralph Kern Gray McGraw Ken Merren Wallace Moore LaVelle Murphy Iohn Norwood Officers President L. W. Head Vice-President A. B. Cox Secretary Sid Conley Treasurer Milton Ellis Clifton, Conley, Cox, Ellis Harper, Head, Hunter, Merren, Moore The Centenary Geological Society was organized last year by the geology majors with the help of Professor W. E. Wallace, Jr. Immediately the organization became one of the most aggressive on the campus. Even before the club had been organized, the major students had been able to finance several field trips to points of interest in this area. The longest trip ever made by a scholastic society on Centenary Campus was made last year — the trip covered more than 1000 miles and included areas in three states. A small trailer, bearing the letters C. G. S. returns from these trips with many interesting relics found along the way. A geologist ' s hammer is usually given as a prize to the one who is successful in finding the most unusual specimens. The membership has steadily increased since the beginning of this school year, and with the additional facilities afforded by the new science building the Geological Society is looking forward to even more out- standing achievements. Plans are now being devised for a trip to Birmingham, Alabama, to be made this semester. All of the expenses, transportation, and necessary equipment are taken care of by the members. In a newspaper article of last year the Society was referred to as " the most traveled organization in any Louisiana college " and was further given the title of " The Flying Geology Class. "
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