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The rolls of Alpha Sigma Chi include all second year students of chemistry that have been studious enough to maintain a " C " plus average in all their courses and fortunate enough to receive the unanimous vote of all members. This honorary chemistry fraternity was organized on the campus in 1931 and has done much to stimulate student interest in chemistry this year. The chemical com- pounds and formulae do not claim the entire attention of the members, however, for informal parties and several social affairs have been enjoyed. The clever initiation rites of Alpha Sigma Chi caused quite a sensation at the college this year. For a week eligible students tramped around decked with colorful signs and carried massive con- tainers of gaily colored chemicals. After such physical endurance, the students are then required to pass a challenging mental test. Sponsored by Dr. Entrikin and Dr. Thayer, the organization has made a definite contribution to the great role chemistry is playing in our every-day life. Powell Joyner is President of the organization, with Wilton Summers, Vice-President and Gretchen Elston, Secretary-Treasurer. Whitney Boggs Robert Clifton Gretchen Elston Willard Ent Betty Ferguson Bertram Glass Members Bryan Harwell William Harwell Vernon Jackson Powell Joyner Melba Loveall Lorene Lyon Jane Riggs Bob Rushing Jane Stephens Wilton Summers Roy Von Platen Kathleen White Clifton Yeates s, Clitton, Elston, Ent, Ferguson, Glass . . . Harwell, B., Harwell, W., Jackson, Joyner, Loveall, Lyon Stephens, Summers, Von Platen, White, Yeates. Riggs, Rushing, ALPHA SIGMA CHI
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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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Probably one of the youngest and most promising organizations on the campus is the Psychology Club, known to many as Psi Chi. Inaugu- rated last year under the capable leadership of Dr. O. K. Miles, the or- ganization has met with gratifying success. Psi Chi is a nationally rec- ognized club and though the Cen- tenary group does not claim this dis- tinction, plans are being made that the group may be affiliated. The club meets in the homes of its members twice a month, at which time some worthwhile subject relat- ing to the field of Psychology is dis- cussed. The purpose of the group is to further interest in Psychology through lecture, discussion, and read- ing. Membership is open to students majoring or minoring in this subject as well as to those interested in learning more about psychiatry. The interesting programs attended by several local psychiatrists have done much to further the keen interests maintained by Centenary students. The Centenary group of Psi Chi was organized last year with only nine members, many of whom have re- turned to school this year. It is grati- fying to note that some former mem- bers are doing graduate work in the field of Psychology. Members Betty Burns Cassity Barbara Cook Ilona Curtis Keth Dickson Jessie Dykes Amelia Goldberg Amy Goldman Henri Horton Mary Katherine Johnson Freda Loy Imogene Mading Jack Pulwers Mary Lou Rodgers Jean Smith Claire Tinnin Faye Tinnin Cassity Cook Curtis Dickson Dykes Goldeerg Goldman Horton Johnson Loy Mading Pulwers Rodgers Smith Tinnin, C. Tinnin, F. Officers President Claire Tinnin Vice-President Jean Smith Secretary Jessie Dykes Treasurer Ilona Curtis PSI CHI
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