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alpha President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Lee Owens . John Hardin Carroll Osbone Frank McAneny Members and pledges adorn the Lambda Chi doorstep. Pledgemaster McAneny takes advantage ot a brother. Lambda Chi Alpha was founded November 2, 1909, at Boston University. The fraternity now has a member- ship of 19,000, and a total of 1 10 active chapters. Another year of success has been added to the record of Lambda Chi Alpha at Centenary. Although the war has caused much loss in active membership, this has been a year in which Theta Rho Zeta has forged ahead. Under the capable leadership of President Lee Owens, the chapter has gained a good footing. Lee, who is a member of the Student Senate, Chairman of the Inter-fraternity Council, and a member of Who ' s Who, has had fine cooperation and assistance from the other members and officers. With our country at war many loyal Lambda Chis have joined some branch of the Service. Theta Rho Zeta misses Raymond Jolley of the Naval Air Corps, Russell Coleman, also of the Navy, Bill Swyers, Jimmy Bullock, Lt. Gaines Norton, Johnny Brocato, and Lt. Roy Montgomery of the Army. Many prominent Lambda Chis, who are now officers in the Army, have visited the chapter house this past year. All the members are justly proud of Brother Major General James Doolittle, chief of all air operations in the North African thea- ter of war, and commander of the first bombing of Tokyo. At the present, Carroll Osbone is a member of the Navy Reserve, and Lee Owens, Rupert Collins, Dick Norton, Raymon Owens, and Jimmy Cline are in the Army Reserve. In World War I, ninety percent of all Lambda Chi Alphas were in the service of their country. Special appreciation is given to Dr. William Phelps for his help and understanding as Alumnus Advisor. Theta Rho Zeta had a very successful rush week which greatly increased its membership. The social events of the year included a unique Valentine Dance, also various other outings to Cross Lake for boating and fish frys. Among their outstanding pledges is young Richard Norton, Jr., who at the age of four weeks is, they believe, the youngest pledge to wear a pin. He expects to be initiated about 1960.
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lambda chi Biocato, Cline, Collins, Eichelberger, Hardin Owens, R. Kneipp, McAneny, McKay, Osbone, Owens, L., MEMBERS: Rupert Collins, John Hardin, Marshall Kesling, F. W. Kneipp, Frank McAneny, David Mc- Kay, Richard Norton, Carroll Osbone, Lee Owens. PLEDGES: John Brocato, David Carlton, James Hill Cline, Albert Copeland, William Eichelberger, Ver- non McKnight, Doyle Morgan, Raymon Owens, Doyce Perkins, Lawrence Robertson, Herbert Roth, Rob- ert Roundtree.
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Standing: Peyton, Hendrick, Stewart, Hart, Mulkey. Seated: SkinneT, Gibson, Baird, Tippett, Thibodeaux. President Jean Gibson Vice-President Gerry Baird Secretary-Treasurer Gladys Tippett Gerry Baird Harriett Crawford Jean Gibson Martha Hart MEMBERS Camille Hendrick Susie Mulkey Mary F. Peyton Sydney Skinner Norma Stewart Ann Thibodeaux Gladys Tippett Virginia Lil Turner The Pan-Hellenic Council has met with amazing success upon carrying out the Rushing Rules drafted in March, 1941. Due to the necessity of group and individual purchases of war bonds and the scarcity of adequate transportation the Council deemed it necessary to cancel Summer Rushing for the duration of the present war. Though this proved to be a definite hardship, the Council was justly proud of the fact that none of the rules were broken. Serving in its usual capacity of promoting good-will among the social Greek-letter sororities, the Council met many times during the summer and early fall in preparation for the annual Pan-Hellenic Tea held in September, at which the Rushees are introduced to the sorority members. Featured this year was a style show, presenting fall fashions for campus and evening wear. Plans for next fall are already under way, and the Pan-Helleinc Council hopes to have as much success in future years as it has enjoyed this season. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
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