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The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of six members, two from each organization, usually the president and some other officer, elected at the beginning of each school term. The purpose of the Council is to develop a more brotherly feeling among the Greek letter organizations, and to govern all fra- ternal activities in regard to rushing, pledging, initiating and social. Under the supervision of William Steger the Council has had little activity during the past year. Very lenient in enforcing the few laws, the keepers of " fraternal peace " found plenty of time on their hands and nothing to do. Continuing the plan of deferred rushing, proposed and put in effect in 1938, the Council eliminated a major fraternal head- ache by allowing each organization to carry out its own rush campaign. INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL Officers Chairman William Steger Members Joseph Elston Sam Gipson Earl Harter L. W. Head Gilbert Hetherwick Lawrence May Fred McClanahan James McDowell Richard Norton James Pittman Henry Shuey William Steger Elston, Gipson, Harter, Head, Hetherwick, May McClanahan, McDowell, Norton, Pittman, Shuey, Steger
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Montgomery, Wagner, Baird, Robinson, Maynard, Dwire, Goodson Moreneaux, Fuller, Baker, Tippett, Burnette Officers President Elise Montgomery Vice-President .... Mattie E. Baker Secretary-Treasurer . . . Audrie Fuller Members ALPHA XI DELTA Helen Dwire Audrie Fuller Frances Goodson Kathryn Moreneaux CHI OMEGA Mattie Elizabeth Baker Eilleen Maynard Gladys Tippett Azile Wagner ZETA TAU ALPHA Gerry Baird Ann Burnette Elise Montgomery Dorothy Robinson PAN- HELLENIC COUNCIL The past year was a trying one for the Pan-Hellenic, what with the unusually large amount of sorority material in the freshman class and each sorority attempting to outdo the other in rushing. The council started the ball rolling with a Pan-Hellenic tea in mid-summer, marking the beginning of that tiring task — summer rushing. Pan-Hellenic determines the length of rushing, the number of parties to be given, the conditions for pledging. The spirit of co-operation is vital to this group for without it Pan-Hellenic could do little or nothing. A new procedure for informing the rushees of formal rush rules was inaugurated at the beginning of school. To the combined rush list of all the sororities was sent a list of rushing rules. This did away with many of the usual slipups in rushing. Pan-Hellenic was again hostess to the Centenary students and returning alumni at the annual Homecoming Dance. This affair was the last of its sort, since the Pan-Hellenic has been designated as a business organization and, as such, cannot entertain. This year brings to an end the usual freedom in pledging. Beginning with the fall of ' 41 each chapter is limited to 45 members and pledges. Whether this plan will be successful remains to be seen.
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ZETA TAU Officers President Dorothy Robinson Vice-President Elise Montgomery Secretary Grace Ingersoll Treasurer Helen Heath Members Sudie Baker Gerry Baird Ann Burnette Lee Alice Clay Claudia Dickson Rosemary Ellis Margie Giles Margaret Gillespie Mary Louise Gustine Bette Heath Helen Heath Martha Hamner Peggy Hawkins Myrian Holloway Grace Ingersoll Charlotte Johnson Frances Kizer Bettijo Lyne Sara Menefee Mary Belle McKenzie Jean Miles Lucile Miller Elise Montgomery Jane Nicholson Mary Foster Peyton Suzanne Peyton Dorothy Porter Thais Ray Virginia Reily Dorothy Robinson Martha Shaffer Helen Shaw Ethel Shropshire Azalie Webb Pledges Jean Arthur Nelwyn Bewley Peggy Bland Jane Colley Zillah Lu Cory Priscilla Crosby Beth Doerge Lucy Eanes Ellen Eastham Anne Gano Joanna Glassell Virginia Graham Jessica Harris Gene Hearne Camille Hendrick Jere Lancaster Billie Mae Lankford Ruth McDonald Emily Prothro Doris Lee Ryland Norma Stewart Carolyn Williams Lucretia Wilson Baker, Baird, Bewley, Bland, Burnette Clay, Colley, Cory, Crosby, Doerge, Eanes Eastham, Ellis, Gano, Giles, Gillespie, Glassell Graham, Gustine, Hamner, Harris, Hawkins, Hearne B. Heath, H. Heath, Hendrick, Holloway, Ingersoll, Johnson Kizer, Lancaster, Lankford, Lyne, Menefee, McDonald McKenzie, Miles, Miller, Montgomery, Nicholson, Peyton Porter, Prothro, Ray, Reily, Robinson, Ryland Shaffer, Shaw, Shropshire, Stewart, Webb, Williams Pretty house and pretty girls.
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