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kappa Brown, Carone, Conger, Creswell, Day, Dickeison, Dwire . . . Durham, Flanagan, Freeman, Fulton, Gipson, ]., Gipson, S., Hamner, F., . . . Hamner, W., Higman, Hilliard, Hiisch, Lowe, McClellan, Mc- Knight, Ottalini . . . Pomeroy, Ramey, Reeks, Roberts, Sanlord, Stewart, Williams, Woods. MEMBERS: George Brown, Sabino Carone, Sidney Conger, Frank Creswell, Philip Day, Frank Dienst, Allan Durham, Fred Flanagan, Walter Fulton, Sam Gipson, Foster Hamner, William Hamner, Gene Hilliard, Finis Lowe, Aubrey McClellan, Cecil Ramey, George Roberts, William Stampley, Scott Stewart, Quitman Williams, John Woods. PLEDGES: Joe Bradley, Stanley Dickerson, James Dixon, Jeff Dwire, Kenneth Ferguson, David Freeman, James Gipson, J. B. Higman, Warren Hirsch, Harrell Larry, Hall Lyons, A. W. McKnight, Guy Ottalini, Lynn Pomeroy, Jack Reeks, Norvell Sanford.
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sigma President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer John Woods . Foster Hamner Sidney Conger Aubrey McClelland Master ol Ceremonies, Walter Fulton Kappa Siqmas are justly proud of their house. Men ot the Star and Crescent are well-known lor their amiability. Once more the wearers of the Star and Crescent reaped a lion ' s share of campus honors. Despite the war, they pledged a large number of outstanding freshmen and upperclassmen who have made enviable names for the chapter at Centenary. About eighty boys who have left the chapter since the beginning of the war are serving their country in every branch of the service, and every month more are answering the " Call to the Colors. " On the home front the chapter has had one of the best years since its re-installation at Centenary. Among the highlights of its social program were a number of dances, skating parties, banquets, and a series of in- formal Sunday Night Open Houses. Among the " big men on campus, " Kappa Sigma counts John Woods, president of the chapter, who served as vice-president of the Student Body and Student Senate, president of the Senior Class, secretary of Alpha Chi, Chairman of the Freshman Rules Committee, Co -editor of the Conglomerate, member of the Student- Faculty Disciplinary Committee, Honor Court, Pi Kappa Delta, and Who ' s Who. Gene Hilliard, second term president, was the campus ' choice for Most Popular Boy, a member of the Inter-fraternity Council and Student Senate, and was signally honored by being chosen for Who ' s Who. His scholastic achievements are shown in his two years ' membership in Alpha Chi and his work as lab assistant for the Commerce Department. Another Kappa Sig who won the coveted honor of Who ' s Who is Quitman Williams, whose outstanding work as a student and as assistant in Physics and Chemistry brought him a fellowship at the University of North Carolina. The Sophomores elected Kappa Sig Foster Hamner president of the class, and he also served on the Senate. Other Kappa Sigmas who added luster to the chapter ' s name this year were George Roberts, Finis Lowe, Allan Durham, Billy Hamner, and Cecil Ramey, all of whom held positions as lab assistants. Brightening the cast of Kollege Kapers were such outstanding entertainers as Sabino Carone, comedian; David Freeman with his boogie-woogie jive; and George Brown, violinist. Scholastically, Epsilon of Kappa Sigma led the entire campus with an extraordinarily high average. Despite the dark days ahead for Greek-letters organizations, Epsilon of Kappa Sigma has laid its roots deep in the Centenary Campus and is looking forward to big accomplishments in the future.
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