Swing and sway, (he K. A. way. What could the conversation topic be??? Officers President Roland Achee Vice-President Robert Eatman Secretary James Lee West, Jr. Treasurer Horace Alvord Although somewhat handicapped by the loss of members to the armed forces, the Alpha Iota chapter of Kappa Alpha came through its fifty-third year with banners flying. Under the efficient leadership of Presi- dent Roland Achee, the fraternity was able to maintain the same high degree of achievement as the Kappa Alphas of former years. Of this year ' s " boys across the street " thirty-eight are now serving with the armed forces. To the army went B. J. Bennett, M. Christians, E. W. Harris, J. Haygood, W. Hawkins, P. Madden, R. Mitchell, R. Pugh, J. Robbins, C. J. Stamper, J. Stephens, B. Sullivan, J. Walters, E. Woodley, J. Youngblood, S. Lunn, H. Marks, and C. Jones. Helping to keep the sea lanes open are R. Achee, T. Bush, J. Comegys, R. Eatman, W. Fulton, T. Giddens, S. Grayson, R. Henderson, D. Little, J. Madden, J. Turner, R. J. Abney, R. Jarrott, R. Sulli- van, and W. Bowden. K. Medlock and R. Walker represent the chapter in the marine corps. Again this year the Kappa Alphas received an impressive number of individual honors. Roland Achee was chosen president of the student body and of Alpha Chi and was the editor of the Conglomerate and emcee of Kollege Kapers. Bob Eatman served as vice-president of the student body and James Lee West as treasurer. Vice-president of Alpha Sigma Pi was A. L. Wedgeworth. Browning Morris was president of the Pre-Law Club and the Commerce Club. Stuart Lunn and Glen Graves served the Pre-Law Club as vice-president and treasurer. In the junior class election Horace Alvord and James Lee West were elected president and treasurer. A. L. Wedgeworth and Furman Eubanks received the offices of president and treasurer in the sophomore class and Roy Joe Abney and Bob Corser achieved the same among the frosh. In November of 1943 the K. A. ' s once again successfully defended the interfraternity football championship held by Alpha Iota for ten successive years. This past year a precedent was established when admission was charged for the game. The entire receipts which were $80.00 went to the Community Chest. The record for 1943 and 1944 is one of which all Kappa Alphas are proud. Neither the drastic changes wrought by World War II nor the increasing competition among social fraternities was able to dim the glory of old K. A. ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER
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President McAneny vsields a wicked paddle! Evidently rationing didn ' t bother the Lambda Chis. Officers President Frank McAneny Vice-President L. K. Herlong Secretary Marshall Kesling Treasurer William F. Roberts Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity has 1 1 1 chapters in the United States, Canada and South America. There are two chapters in Canada and two in Brazil. Although comparatively young, being organized in 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha has the national rating of being the fastest expanding organization in the fraternal world. Theta Rho Zeta was reorganized on Centenary campus, February, 1941, with the initiation of five boys, which took place at Theta Psi of Ruston Tech. The president of Theta Rho Zeta, Frank McAneny, is a member of the Art Club, the Spanish Club, and is president of the Geological Society. He also represents Lambda Chi Alpha in the Student Senate and on Ihe Inter-Fraternity Council. Frank ' s capable leadership has helped to put Theta Rho Zeta on a more sound foot- ing, with good prospects of survival through the duration of the war. Marshall Kesling, who is secretary of Theta Rho Zeta, is a member of Alpha Sigma Chi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Inter-Fraternity Council, and the Student Senate. He serves as treasurer of Alpha Chi. Lambda Chi is proud to number Bill Roberts among its recent initiates. Bill served with the Marine Corps through the Guadal- canal and Solomon Island campaigns. He has been elected to fill the office of treasurer of Theta Rho Zeta. Social functions during the past year have been numerous. Very enjoyable among these was the afternoon party at which Governor Sam Jones and Mrs. Jones were entertained. The Fall rushing began with a bar- becue at Cross Lake. Pledging was successful but many were called by Uncle Sam before they could be initiated. Lieutenant Roy Hayes and Tubby Rogers of the Theta Psi chapter at Tech have given Rho Zeta their ut- most assistance during the past year. Another to whom Lambda Chi gives thanks is Alumnus Advisor and past High Pi William G. Phelps. THETA RHO ZETA CHAPTER
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