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THE GENTRY Officers President John Woods Vice-President .... Russell Stewart Secretary Ray Goens Treasurer Roy Mouser Members Robert Barrie Joe Blandino Val Borum James Bullock Vincent D ' Asto Carlos Davis Vincent DeFatta Milton Ellis Sol Freeman Ray Goens Curtis Jones Marshall Kesling Claude McCrocklin Roy Mouser Carroll Osbone William Paine Jerry Renov George Roberts James Robins Lee Snow Russell Stewart James Stroud James Taylor Jarvis Waller Quitman Williams John Woods J. H. Wynne Blandino, Borum, Davis DeFatta, Ellis, Goens, Kesling Mouser, Osbone, Renov, Roberts Snow, Stewart, Stroud, Taylor Waller, Williams, Woods, Wynne The Gentry, recently organized non-fraternity group, has as its main objective the promotion, stimulation, and encouragement of student activities, among those men not affiliated with any social fraternity. As a brother organization to Aufait, it fills a three-year gap in our organizations. The Gentry numbers among its members many student leaders prominent in campus affairs: Vice-Presi- dent Russell Stewart who is also Editor of the Conglomerate, Student Manager of the Band, a member of Who ' s Who and Kollege Kapers. Other outstanding members include Val Borum, Alpha Sigma Chi, Pi Mu Sigma; Ray Goens, Secretary of Sophomore Class; Roy Mouser, Chairman of Religious Activities, Student Senate; John Woods, Debate Team, Student Senate.
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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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