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MAROON JACKETS This year marks the twelfth anniversary of the Ma- roon Jackets, a junior-senior Centenary co-ed organ- ization. Sponsored by Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean of Women, members of this group act as official hos- tesses for the college. They serve as guides for be- wildered freshmen, helping them arrange schedules, and conducting them to classes. They usher at chapel, accompany the college band on parades, form an official welcoming body for all visitors to the college, and serve at every campus function. Maroon Jackets are selected on the basis of scholar- ship, appearance, and personality from girls of the junior and senior classes, three from each sorority and non-sorority group. The life of a Maroon Jacket is not as easy as it may sound. Members must be present at each college event in uniform in spite of the weather; they must work hard for everything that concerns the college. Nevertheless, the privileges and pleasures of be- longing to this organization are so numerous that the position of a Maroon Jacket is desired and envied on the campus. Hart, Thihodeaux and Hooper discuss the soldiers. Maroon Jackets meet the soldiers at the Gym. Group ot Maroon Jackets leaving the Gymnasium. Meetings are sometimes held at the sorority houses. Peyton, Lunny, Baird, and Skin- ner discuss weighty problems.
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Band, Craber, Gibson, Hart . . . Hendiick, Hooper, Lunny, Maynard . . . Peyton, Skinner, Smith, Thibodeaux. Presiden ' i Betty Gordon Smith Vice-President Kathryn Hooper Secretary Jean Gibson Treasurer Mary Foster Peyton ALPHA XI DELTA ZETA TAU ALPHA Jean Gibson Gerry Baird Martha Hart Camille Hendrick Sydney Skinner Mary Foster Peyton CHI OMEGA NON-SORORITY Jeanne Maynard Jeannette Craber Betty Gordon Smith Kathryn Hooper Ann Thibodeaux Carolyn Lunny Cadets torm a back ground lor Maroon Jackets.
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Under the expert guidance of director J. R. Marcellus, the College Band gained new fame despite the fact that the War has caused an acute shortage of male musicians. This organization was chosen as a welcoming unit to introduce the Centenary Student Body to its fellow-students, the Army Air Corps Cadets. Big shots oi the Band make last-minute preparations tor the parade. Several Band members get together tor some swing.
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