Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1941

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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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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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FRENCH CLUB Officers President Clint Teacle Vice-President Elizabeth Pabody Secretary -Treasurer Joe Stephens Members Roland Achee Mabel Boddie Timmye Brown Mary Louise Carr Jean Clark Lee Alice Clay Tane Colley Zillah Lu Cory Lanford DeGeneres Claudia Dickson Ellen Eastham Shirley Eagan Margaret Gillespie Glennye Harmon Barbara Harris Martha Hart Peggy Hawkins Adelaide Isaac William Keenan Frances Kizer Carolyn Lunny Alexander May Alice Nelson Charlotte Newsom Frances Oden Peggy O ' Neall Elizabeth Pabody Anne Robinson Betsie Russ Betty Gordan Smith Joe Stephens Clint Teacle Georgia Ella Till Gladys Tippett Bobbye Wilson Marie Wolf Achee, Boddie, Brown, Carr, Clark, Clay, Colley, Cory DeGeneres, Eagan, Eastham, Gillespie, Harmon, Harris, Hart, Hawkins, Isaac Keenan, Kizer, Lunny, May, Nelson, Newsom, Oden, O ' Neall, Peabody Robinson, Russ, Smith, Stephens, Teacle, Till, Tippett, Wilson, Wolf As the school year of 1940-41 draws to a close, the French Club of Centenary College completes its thir- teenth successful year. Under the sponsorship of Dr. E. L. Ford, the club has grown in size, activities and prestige. Meeting once a month at the homes of the various members, the group is entertained by guest speakers and entertainers, the theme of the programs this year was the French in Louisiana. The meetings are carried on in French, games are played, and refreshments are served. In addition to these monthly meet- ings, the club sponsored a well known French film, " The Harvest, " which has run in New York for several months. Under the capable leadership of Clint Teacle, president; Elizabeth Pabody, vice-president; and Joe Stephens, secretary-treasurer, the club expects to accomplish a great deal more in the few remaining months. The last meeting of the year will be the annual French party, to which senior French students of the high schools will be invited.

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