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ALPHA SIGMA CHI Officers President Gwyn Hargis Vice-President Russell Rigby Secretary-Treasurer .... Jane Stephens Members Irving Beychok Robert Clifton Gretchen Elston WlLLARD ENT Clarence Erickson Betty Fergeson Gwyn Hargis Reggie Harris Elizabeth Hudson Vernon Iackson Powell Ioyner Iohn Leopard Mittie Samuel Lieber Babs Lyon Iohn McBride Forbes Morrow Ned Prothro Russell Rigby Iane Riggs R. B. Schaal Bill Stephens Iane Stephens Wilton Summers Kathleen White Williams Beychok, Chiton, Elston, Ent Jackson, Joyner, Leopard . Rigby, Biggs, Stephens, B. . . Erickson, Fergeson, Hargis, Harris . . . Hudson, . Leiber, Lyon, McBride, Morrow . . . Prothro, . Stephens, ]., Summers, White, Williams. Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry frater- nity, under the able guidance of Dr. Entrikin and Dr. Thayer, has stimulated much student interest in chemistry this year. To be eligible for membership in the fraternity, a student must possess a " C " plus average as well as a " C " plus average in at least one of the advanced chemistry courses, and share a genuine interest in chemistry. Upon meeting such requirements and with the unanimous approval of the organi- zation, the future member must prove himself worthy at a somewhat unique initiation de- signed to test his physical and mental en- durance. By the circulation of the Science News Teller, written and published by the science profes- sors, all former members are informed of the activities of the Club. It is the desire of the or- ganization to make a definite contribution to the great roll chemistry is now playing in our everyday life.
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Members Alvin Gardsbane Powell Joyner Patricia McNicol Katy Oxford Ned Prothro Louis Smith Sarah Jane Stephens Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics society on Centenary Campus, has chapters in many of the colleges and universities of recognized standing. It was founded as a local honor organization at Davidson College in 1921 by nine physics students and faculty members who felt the e was a definite need for an organization which would bring those persons particularly interested in this science into closer association for mutual benefit. In a short time that local society proved so successful that a movement to establish chapters in the leading colleges was launched in 1925. Today the organization of Sigma Pi Sigma numbers thirty-six chapters and more than 2,000 members. Because of its rapid expansion and outstanding achievements, Sigma Pi Sigma was recognized by the American Society for Advancement of Science as one of its members in the Physics Division. Delta chapter at Centenary was the fourth chapter to be founded when the movement first began to gain momentum nationally. In 1941, under the spirited leadership of Dr. F. E. Lowance, then the head of the Physics Department and an alumnus of the society, the chapter was reorganized after a brief period of inactivity. SIGMA PI SIGMA Officers President . . Katy Oxford Vice-President, Powell Joyner Sec ' y-Treas., Alvin Gardsbane Sigma Pi Sigma receives into its membership those who attain its high stan- dards of scholarship, professional merit, and a manifested interest in physics. The society tends to promote interest in research and the advanced study of physics. One of its chief aims is to popularize interest in physics in the general collegiate public by having many of its meetings open to the public. Sigma Pi Sigma has done much to popularize interest in this most intriguing of all sciences,- and has just completed an active and constructive year. Stinetort, Stephens, Piothio, McNicol, Joyner, Gardsbane, Oxford.
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Dr. Mary Warters Members Irving Beychok Bill Ent Nina Gray Gwyn Hargis Sam Lieber Babs Lyons Forbes Morrow Russell Rigby Bill Stephens Harris Waller Kathleen White Mittie Williams Donald Zadeck PI MU SIGMA Officers President . . Russell Rigby Vice-President . Gwyn Hargis Sec ' y-Treas. . Forbes Morrow Pi Mu Sigma, an honorary fraternity for premedical students, is one of the oldest organizations on Centenary Campus. Its purpose has been to promote interest and increase the knowledge in the field of medicine. Since its found- ing in September, 1925, the fraternity has flourished, and from its membership have gone large numbers to take their place in the medical profession. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a sincere desire to follow a career in the several fields of medicine. Also necessary is a high scholastic average and the unanimous approval of the members. Each initiate undergoes a solemn ritual as part of his acceptance into the fraternity, and upon presenta- tion of a fifteen hundred word theme on some phase of medicine, becomes a member. Pi Mu Sigma is honored to have on its roll many who are now serving as doctors in the armed forces. Interesting and timely talks by such alumni have highlighted many of the meetings. Medicine has made great advancement in this war and by such first hand information, the organization may attain its goal of keeping up with new trends on various battle fields. The members of Pi Mu Sigma take this opportunity to thank Dr. Mary Warters for her untiring efforts in behalf of the fraternity. Under her guidance as fac- ulty sponsor, the club will continue to remain a real help and true incentive to those who have dedicated their lives to aiding mankind. Beychock, Ent, Gray, Hargis . . . Lieber, Lyon, Morrow, Rigby Zadeck. Stephens, White, Williams,
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