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Page 106 text:
First row: Ruth Burns, Hazel Bush, Ann Byrne, Ruthe Byers, Gordon Collins, Joynell Cope- land. Second row: Sybil Durbin, Jean Marie Entrikin, Bettie Rea Fox, Neil Garrison, Billie Joy Hargis, Anna Herrmann. Third row: Bettina Hilman, An- nis Mae Johnson, Walter John- son, John Karam, Melba Love- all, Garon Miracle. Fourth row: Sharon Miracle, Betty Lou Porter, Lee Powers, Barbara Purnell, Betiy Lou Reid, Louis Rosner. Filth row: . John Scales, Lois Joyce Smith, Betty Jean Turn- er, Roy Von Platen, Pattie Jean Warren, Sarah Watson, Bobbie Williams. Officers President Melba Loveall Vice-President John Scales Secretary-Treasurer Lee Powers Membership in Alpha Sigma Pi is a goal toward which every freshman should strive. Alpha- Sigma Pi, the honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen and sophomores, was founded in 1932 by its present sponsor, Mrs. A. R. Campbell. The members this year were distinguished by tall " dunce caps " which these brainy freshmen were required to wear during pledge week. Needless to say the appearance of these massive caps caused quite a sensation on the campus. The presentation of a two minute talk before the club members on unique and interesting sub- jects was also required of each student. After these colorful pre-initiation rites, the formal initiation rewards these deserving freshmen for their outstanding scholastic work. The object of Alpha Sigma Pi is the stimulation and recognition of scholarship, leadership, and character. With such a goal before him the freshman learns to appreciate the merits of scholarship and wisdom. ALPHA SIGMA PI
Page 105 text:
Pi Mu Sigma, one of the oldest or- ganizations at Centenary, was found- ed in 1925. It is an honorary organi- zation for pre-medical students and a large percentage of its membership has gone into the medical profession. The fraternity, under the direction of the faculty sponsor, Dr. Mary War- ters, has done much to stimulate in- terest among students who are taking pre-medical courses. A student must have a sincere in- terest in medicine, a high scholastic average, particularly in his science courses, and the unanimous ap- proval of all the members to be eligible for membership. Before be- coming a member, those who have been selected for membership in the fraternity undergo a solemn ritual and must prepare a fifteen hundred word theme on a field of medicine that is of particular interest to them. During the past year the members of Pi Mu Sigma have been privileged to hear interesting and timely talks by doctors and nurses who have served overseas with the armed forces, as well as lectures and dis- cussions by Shreveport ' s own physi- cians. A program of this type has done much to stimulate and inspire pre-medical students to continue their studies and attain knowlege of the newest trends in medical science. Members R. P. Blair Whitney Boggs Robert Clifton Bill Ent Bertram Glass octavia granberry BlLLIE HARGIS Bill Harwell Lois Ann Higman Bettina Hilman Nell Jeter John Karam Babs Lyon Robert Palmer James Robins Roy Von Platen Pattie Jean Warren Kathleen White Clifton Yeates PI MU SIGMA Officers President Bill Harwell Vice-President Robert Clifton Secretary-Treasurer Whitney Boggs Blair Boggs Clifton Ent Glass Granberry Hargis Harwell Higman Hilman Jeter Karam Lyon Palmer Robins Von Platen Warren White Yeates i
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CENCOE CLUB Officers President Martha Yancey Vice-President Betty Lou Porter Secretary -Treasurer Martha Peyton The CenCoe key is worn with pride by every member of this inter-sorority organization. Founded in 1937, the group was formed to foster a friendly spirit and co-operative understanding among the Greek groups. Mem- bership is composed of ten outstanding girls from each of the three sororities of upperclassmen classification. Meetings are held in the lodges on the campus the third Sunday of every month. The CenCoes were kept busy this year as evidenced by their various activities. In the fall the club sponsored a barn dance for its members and in December the organization gave an open house in the Sub after the annual candlelighting service. Its traditional banquet in the -Spring honoring its senior members was a long- awaited social event. Each year CenCoe awards a trophy to its most outstanding senior member. Selection for this coveted honor is based upon loyalty to CenCoe, her sorority and the college. Led by Martha Yancey as president, the girls have looked forward to the Sunday afternoon of CenCoe meeting with pleasure and pride. First row: Dixie Lee Ball, Bet- ty Colvin, Eloise DeMoss, Betty Downs, Betty Ferguson, Miriam Fightmaster. Second row: Doris Finley, Bet- ty Fletcher, Joan Gibbons, Bet- ty Ann Green, Eva Nell Hampton, June Hetherwick. Third row: Mary K. Johnson, Marjorie Jones, Kathleen La- tham, Margaret Mclnnis, Julie Meadows, Marilyn Miller. Fourth row: Doris Northcott, Martha Peyton, Margaret Phil- lips, Betty Lou Porter, Marty Porter, Jane Riggs. Filth row: Claire Tinnin, Mar- garet Tregre, Katherine Turn- er, Memory Jo Wallace, Helen Weaver, Martha Yancey.
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