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

 - Class of 1941

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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Officers President Fred McClanahan Vice-President Richard Norton Secretary . . . . Taylor Wall Treasurer Cecil Bland Memb ers Cecil Bland Fred McClanahan Frank McAneny Richard Norton Taylor Wall Pledges John Allums Will McKinney Billy Payne Alston Gaines Norton Jack Boddie Lee Owens James Bullock Clyde Perot Edgar Burks James Pittman Paul Cope Tyler Pirtle Joe Crawford Robert Pyle Frank Dienst John Rogers L. W. Head James K. Smith W. H. Houston William Swyers W. T. Jacks C. H. Vandegaer W. G. Massey C. W. Williams 1 f i V- — • ■ : ' %m ......... lis?-- , U- j Alston, Bland, Boddie, Burks Cope, Dienst, Head, McAneny McClanahan, McKinney, Norton, Owens Perot, Pittman, Pirtle, Rogers Smith, Swyers, Vandergaer, Wall, Williams Restored Lambda Chi lodge.

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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Continuing a tradition of several years, the Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha came through the school year of 1940-41 with a most enviable record of accomplishments. Under the capable leader- ship of President William Steger and with the combined interest of the active alumni group, the Kappa Alphas had a most remarkable year. Representing the Crimson and Gold in the realm of scholastic achievements were George Hearne, President of Alpha Chi, and Joe Stephens occupying a similar office in Alpha Sigma Pi, both of these organizations being honorary scholastic Fraternities. Predominate in a great many other activities, the KA ' s proved their popularity and versatility. Some of the most outstanding members included: Henry Shuey, President of the Alpha Sigma Chi, Chemis- try society; Clint Teacle, President of the French Club; Gilbert Hetherwick as Vice-President of the Spanish Club. In the Commerce Club three of KA ' s sons served as President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer, namely, Lewis Finnell, Frank Word, and Robert Webster. Veteran debaters Webster and Stephens again represented Centenary in the Forsensic field. Those Southern Gentlemen from Alpha Iota proved their popularity on the campus by winning a ma- jority of the school elections — the office of Senior Class President went to Bill Steger, who also presided at student body and Student Senate meetings. Hetherwick and Griffith successfully came through the elections with the office of President in the Junior and Freshman classes. In Kollege Kapers Mai Mc- Ilwain was M. C. for his third consecutive year. Head man of the cheering staff was Camp Flournoy with Ollie Day as his capable assistant. Those chosen to represent Centenary College in Who ' s Who were Steger, Knight, Hetherwick, Hearne, and Mcllwain. Sad note of the year was the enlistment of four of Centenary ' s well-known Kappa Alphas. We refer to Corporal Hugh White, and privates Hugh McCall, Robert Ray, and Frank Word. Thus Kappa Alpha felt justly proud of this year ' s record of service to its school and country. Sprawl Sproull, Day ' s behind you. Is this the best Knight can do?



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THETA RHO ZETA CHAPTER The prospects for Theta Rho Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha, when school began, looked extremely black and the chances for its success seemed almost nil. There was a lack of members and pledging seemed to be considered among those things Poe referred to as " forgotten lore. " It would have been a very dangerous thing to have attempted to predict its future. However, the beginning of the New Year saw the affiliation of this group and the local Alpha Sigma Upsilon. That fraternity, by union, gave Lambda Chi Alpha a much increased membership and greatly aided in the well being of Theta Rho Zeta. A celebration of the affiliation took place on February 15th, in the form of a banquet. Among those present were members, a group representing the Alumni Association of Shreveport, and members of the faculty. On the following day, a few of these, Roy Montgomery, alumni advisor, and William Wainright, Traveling Secretary of Lambda Chi, went to Ruston to be the first initiated. The initiation ceremonies were performed by the Degree Team of the Louisiana Chapter, Theta Psi Zeta. The Fall Semester found L. W. Head as President and James Pittman as Vice-President. Succeeding these officers in the Spring Semester were Fred McClanahan as President and Richard Norton as Vice- President. This is the third organization of which McClanahan has been President since school be- gan in September. The first two were the Gentry and Alpha Sigma Upsilon. There has been quite a change in the organization since the latter part of last year. The fraternity house no longer seems like a " Deserted Village, " but is frequented by members and pledges daily. There is a marked improvement in the appearance of the house and grounds, and Lambda Chi Alpha is again becoming an active fraternity on the Centenary campus. Among the Lambda boys are some who have proved themselves upon the football field. They are: W. T. Jacks, Robert Pyle, John Allums, W. S. Huston, and Gaines Norton. However, Lambda Chi Alpha also has representatives from other fields . . . Pre-Medical, Pre-Law, Pre-Theology, Physics, and Aviation. An ' Alum ' gives his advice. All pose but one worker.

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