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Left to right, first row: Keller, Isom, Turner, Latham, Smith . . . Second row: Jeter, Kneipp, Wisdom, Adams, Beene Freeman, Hawkins, Elston, Browne. . Third row: Dunlap, Under the direction of Dr. E. L. Ford the French Club, an old and active organization, continues to grow in number and activities, lending much prestige to the Foreign Language Department. Eligible for member- ship in this group are those students who succeed in making and maintaining a " C " average in French, which, according to would-be-members, is quite a difficult thing to do. Those industrious students who maintain the desired average and interest, meet monthly where discussions, games and even refresh- ments are enjoyed in French. As in previous years the purpose of the French Club is to furnish the student an opportunity to increase his knowledge of the French language through con- versation. The students take an active interest in the problems concerning relations with all French speaking countries. With many of the boys returning with overseas service in France, it has been doubly inter- esting to undertake a study of the social and political problems in post-war relations with the French. Such first-hand account of life as it is today on the con- tinent has been an incentive to these students to scrutinize with renewed interest the habits and cus- toms of the French peoples. FRENCH CLUB Officers President Anice Hawkins Vice-President Betty Cassity Secretary Kathleen Latham Treasurer F. W. Kneipp Members Pat Adams Dudley Beene Elinor Brown Betty Burns Cassity Boyd Dunlap Gretchen Elston Betty Freeman Anice Hawkins Jackie Isom Nell Jeter Shirley Keller F. W. Kneipp Kathleen Latham Lois Joyce Smith Betty Jean Turner Marion Wisdom
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The members of Louisiana Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta have been some of the most active students on the campus this year. Under the leadership of Dr. W. Darrell Overdyke the chapter has been most successful, attending four forensic meetings in the neighboring states of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi. The boys and girls of Pi Kappa Delta have represented Centenary ably and well. Pi Kappa Delta is one of the two national debating societies. This honorary forensic society has chapters in many of the leading colleges and universities over the country. Only those students who have represented the college in inter-collegiate oratorical or debating contests are eligible for membership. There are four de- grees which the student may attain — Fraternity, Proficiency, Honor, and Special Distinction. Qualifications for these degrees are determined by the number of points which the individual possesses and are obtained by oratory, debate or instruction. The jewels and insignia of Pi Kappa Delta vary with the order to which the individual belongs. The members of Louisiana Beta Chapter have represented the college in four contests. Recently a trip was made to Louisiana State University and the Contest of the Province of Lower Mississippi at Baylor. This group is offered the opportunity to gain poise and facility of expression in public which is of great benefit in post- graduate life. DELTA
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Officers President Kitty Sneed Vice-President Walter Johnson Secretary Martha Peyton Treasurer Katherine Turner SPANISH CLUB As usual, one of the outstanding activities of the Spanish Club was the Mexican Supper held annual- ly at the Plaza in December. The food was all typi- cally Mexican, although the conversation among the diners was a laborious attempt at Spanish mingled with a heavy Southern accent. The program was en- joyed by all, highlights of which were songs in Spanish by two students and a joke by Senor R. B. White, which baffled all but third year students. Of great concern to all Spanish students was the de- parture of Senor White for Texas University. Their curiosity was satisfied when the new teacher arrived, Senor Willis Hunter. Under the guidance of these two instructors the Spanish Club has enjoyed a most profitable year. Lett to light, first row: Reid, Tabb, Fisher, Payton, Hampton, Yearwood, Taylor, Carr, Robinson . . . Second row: McGill, Mosely, Tinsley, Jones, Mclnnis, Phillips, Hawkins, Freeman . . . Third row: Green, Fox, Turner, Powell, Houston, H. . . . Fourth row: Lunciord, Atkins, Hetherwick, Walker, Houston, M., Latham . . . Fifth row: White, Johnson, Kneipp, Burgess.
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