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SIGMA PI SIGMA Officers President David Barton Vice-President , Quitman Williams Secretary J. Knox Smith Treasurer Leroy Scott Sigma Pi Sigma, the only national Physics society having chapters in colleges and universities of recognized standing, was founded as a local honor organization at Davidson College in 1921 by nine physics students and faculty members. They sensed a need for an organization which would bring those particularly interest- ed in this science into closer association for their mutual benefit. The local society was so successful that a movement for a nationalization was launched in 1925. The society now numbers thirty-six chapters. Delta chapter at Centenary was the fourth chapter founded when the movement gained momentum nation- ally. It continued successfully for awhile and then dropped from the picture. In 1941, under the guidance of Dr. F. E. Lowance, Head of the Department of Physics and an alumnus of the fraternity, the local chapter was reorganized. The group is made up of physics students, Dr. Lowance and one honorary member, Dean John A. Hardin. It meets twice every month and many of its meetings are open to the public. Here a well-spent evening may be had listening to the various prominent speakers. Every year the organization gives an award to the most prominent freshman in physics. Also, this year, the chapter had as a project the construction of a model radio-controlled airplane but government priorities soon shattered their efforts. Forgetting for a day how many wave-lengths a low B flat on the trombone makes, the entire organization takes off in the spring of the year for their annual picnic and enjoy the frivolities of the layman. Bane, Barton, Burgess, Hamner . . . Heard, Hetherwick, Keenan, C. W., Lunny . . . Neathery, Scott, Smith, Williams, C. W., Williams, Q. Members Louis Barre David Barton Kenneth Burgess William Hamner Walter Heard Gilbert Hetherwick C. W. Keenan Carolyn Lunny C. H. Maddox Vance Neathery Leroy Scott J. Knox Smith C. W. Williams Quitman Williams
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Achee, Autrey, Bartlett, Booth, Brown . . . Bryant, Carone, Clarke, E., Clark, R., Con- queror . . . Creswell, Dixon, Durham, Eatman, Ford . . . Franks, Freedman, Gano, Haigler, Harper . . . Harwell, Hearne, Jacobson, Kesling, Lieber . . . Lowe, McClellan, McKee, Moore, Mulkey . . . Newsom, Oden, Osbone, Pirtle, Ramey . . . Renov, Rigby, Roberts, Skinner, Sutton . . . Trosclair, Vickers, Williams, C, Wilson, Woli. Officers President .... Roland Achee First V-President . . John Lowe Second V-Pres. . Charlotte Newsom Sec ' y-Treas. . . Patricia Harper Members Roland Achee Betty Jane Autrey Helen Bartlett William Booth Eleanor Brown Betty Bryant Sabino Carone Robert Clark Eugene Clarke Gertrude Conqueror Frank Creswell James Dixon Allan Durham Robert Eatman Glenn Ford June Franks Gloria Freedman Anne Gano Phyllis Haigler Patricia Harper Bryan Harwell Gene Hearne George Jacobson Marshall Kesling Harriet Lieber John Lowe Aubrey McClellan Ella Mae McKee Lester Moore Susie Mulkey Charlotte Newsom Frances Oden Carroll Osbone Glennye H. Pirtle Cecil Ramey Jerry Renov Carolyn Rigby George Roberts Sydney Skinner Marjorie Sutton Marie Trosclair Muriel Vickers Carolyn Williams Lucretia Wilson Marie Isabelle Wolf Alpha Sigma Pi is an honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen and sophomores. It was founded in 1932 by Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean of Women. Freshmen of high scholastic achievement are entitled to membership in the fraternity. This year, Alpha Sigma Pi has done a great deal concerning its activities. Meetings were held at members ' houses once a month and successful plans were discussed there. The usual chapel program was held, which entertained the students and instructed them as to the purpose of this organization. The most important ac- tivity was the banquet celebrating Alpha Sigma Pi ' s tenth anniversary at Centenary College. It was held in the Student Union Building. As there were many speakers and a well-planned program, the banquet was enjoyed by all. Alpha Sigma Pi is a constant reminder to its members to uphold their scholarship through their entire college life. ALPHA SIGMA PI
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PI M U SIGMA Officers President Ray Goens Vice-President Jarvis Waller Secretary -Treasurer Leonard Hattaway Organized seventeen years ago, on the Centenary Campus, Pi Mu Sigma, honorary pre-medical fraternity, de- votes its efforts and time solely to science. The meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month and are made up of forums for the discussion of current problems in the medical world. At these meetings, doctors or Centenary graduates address the group and answer questions of scientific interest. Mem- bership is limited to those pre-med students who have a " B " average in Zoological courses — the unanimous vote of the organization being another prerequisite. Each new initiate is required to present a 1,500-word thesis on some phase of medicine cf current interest to the group. The new member also undergoes a solemn ritual as part of his acceptance into the fraternity. With Miss Klett and Dr. Thayer as co-sponsors and Ray W. Goens as president, the group continues to devote its entire effort to the acquisition of medical knowledge, the removal of false ideas and beliefs, and the further- ance of the ideals upon which the fraternity was founded. Dienst, Freeman, Goens, Haffaway, Kinnebiew Lowe, Norton, Pomeroy, Waller. Members Frank Dienst Sol Freeman Ray Goens Leonard Hattaway Collier Kinnebrew John Lowe Richard Norton Lynn Pomeroy Iarvis Waller
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