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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Officers Chairman Carl Vollmer V ice-Chairman Carlton Graff Secretary -Treasurer Irl Harper A very important organization on the campus of Centenary College is the Inter-Fraternity Council, which is just what its name implies. The primary function of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and the purpose for which it was organized, is to promote a feeling of friendliness and cooperation among the members of the vairous fraterni- ties. This job has been ably handled by the Council this year headed by Carl Vollmer, a representative of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. The Council is made up of six members, two from each fraternity (these members are usually the president and one other). One of the most admirable of their accomplishments is the organization and supervision of rushing, which, as a result of the efforts of the Council, goes off in an orderly fashion. Giatl, Harper, Hetherwick Norton, Thompson, Vollmer Members Carlton Graff Irl Harper Gilbert Hetherwick Richard Norton Donn Thompson Carl Vollmer
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. i " . Members Gerry Baird Ann Burnette Helen Dwire Peg Hawkins Elise Montgomery Kathryn Moreneaux Susie Mulkey LaRue Powell Mary Alice Shores Bette Smith Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Alternates Jimmye Brown Ouida Harris Camille Hendrick Thibodeaux, Dwire, Burnette, Powell, More- neaux, Tippett, Mulkey, Baird, Hawkins, Brown, Skinner. Officers President Ann Thibodeaux Vice-President Helen Dwire Secretary-Treasurer .... Ann Burnette Pan-Hellenic Council survived the first year of chapter limitation, established by repre- sentatives in March, 1941, for the purpose of limiting the membership in the chapters of the three Greek-letter sororities on the campus to fifty-five members and pledges. Limi- tation of members had long been discussed by members of the Council in the past years, but had been set aside for lesser rulings. Thus far, the decision of March, 1941, has met with favor by the three groups, and if future Council representatives agree on rules, the establishment, and supervision of them as have the twelve members of the 1941-42 Coun- cil, the women Greeks on the campus may meet without engaging in mortal combat. Continuing the inaugurated plan of several seasons ago, whereby a complete list of the three groups of Rushees was made into one Pan-Hellenic list, the Council set dates and time for the brief period of summer rushing and the established rules for Formal Rush Season during registration week of the college in early July. The Rush seasons were well planned and supervised by the Council, and all formal and informal activities of the three sororities went off with but minor violations of the rulings. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
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(Above) Some of the Kappa Sigs get together with Ed- ward R. Murrow, CBS war correspondent and their " Man of the Year. " (Right) The Kappa Sigma Sweethearts, Virginia Breit- haupt, Jean Arthur, Jimmye Brown, and Kathryn More- neaux, serve to their frat-brothers at an open house on Valentine ' s Day . . . Some of the outstanding men on the campus affiliated with Epsilon: Hilliard, Graham, Thompson, Beene, Vollmer, and Philyaw . . . Donn Thompson, G. M. C, cuts a rug . . . Lee, alumni advisor; Adair, pledge president; Reymond, D. G. M.; Vollmer, chapter president; and See, faculty advisor, get together for a confab. Officers President Carl Vollmer Vice-President James Harris Se cretary Walter Heard Treasurer Gene Hilliard MEMBERS: Dudley Beene, J. G. Carruth, Sidney Conger, Frank Cook, Marlin Drake, Walter Fulton, William Graham, Foster Hamner, William Hamner, James Harris, Walter Heard, Gene Hilliard, David Iles, Judson Kelly, John Lowe, Aubrey McClellan, Pope Oden, William Phillips, Vernon Seay, Clanton Thompson, Donn Thompson, Carl Vollmer, William Willcox, John Woods. PLEDGES: Toby Adair, George Brown, James Brownlee, Phillip Day, Robert Drake, Glenn Ford, David Freeman, James Johnson, Joel Kizer, Robert Lindsay, A. W. McKnight, Foster Philyaw, Cecil Ramey, William Reagan, James Stroud, Earnest Tolbert, Ray Treadwell, V arren Tison, Alfred Wingo. KAPPA SIGMA
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