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Officers President Mason Dunn Vice-President Catherine Sale Secretary-Treasurer Maida Mickle Corresponding Treasurer .... Alaric Smith MEMBERS: First Row: Edwin Jolley, Alaric Smith, Miss Dorothy Robarge, Mason Dunn, Coach Clayton Cornish, Coach Jack Clayton; Second Row: Kenneth Beene, Mary Odom, Helene McCarter, Wanda La- Fitte, Hubert Gleason, Robert Young, Jack Haynes; Third Row: Lenny Font, Maida Mickle, Diz Duncan, Katherine French, Carolyn Yancey, Betty Sue Math- Physical Education Majors ews, Barbara Bostick; Fourth Row: Dudley Beene, Mrs. Bryant Davidson, Gordon Thompson, Cleda Gage, Cecil Carter, Elizabeth Person, Catherine Sale, Marguerite Houston, Bill Morgan. The P. E. M. Club was organized this year by a few enthusiastic physical education majors, and now the club boasts about thirty members. The purpose of this club ' is to create and stimulate a closer feeling among this group, to develop a professional attitude, to cooperate in the work of state and national organi- zations, and to further recreational and social life among its members. The P. E. M. Club meets twice a month with one busi- ness meeting and one social meeting. This year the club adopted two main projects — one, the selling of small basketball emblems which are now being worn by basketball enthusiasts, and, second, starting a student-faculty directory. In the business meetings the three sponsors gave talks on the vital sides of physical education and its professional side. These sponsors are Mrs. Bryant Davidson, Miss Dorothy Robarge, and Coach Clayton Cornish.
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Officers President Dorothy Long Vice-President M. C. Blanchard Secretary Harry Lazarus Treasurer Jean Rosenbloom Centenary Playhouse MEMBERS: First Row: Patricia Bradford, Paul Gal- braith, Frank Harkness; Second Row: Wynelle Hen- derson, Emily Holsomback, William Jopling; Third Row: Harry Lazarus, Jim Light, Dorothy Long; Fourth Rowt Bill Mantinband, Jack Martin, Dwight Mc- Donald; Fifth Row: Pat Mayhan, Betty Lou Reid, Betty Roberts, Joyce Youngblood; Not in Panel: Mar- gie Schuler. From a small and almost unnoticed beginning, the Dramatic Club of the speech department of Cente- nary grew into the Centenary Playhouse, a club form- ed for the purpose of producing ploys with student actors, actresses, and technicians. Organized in October, 1946, the club began a series of one-act plays, given for members only. After these initial plays the experience gained by the students was put to use in later productions. The first major play, a three-act comedy, Laff That Off, was presented in April, followed by Birthright. Since a suitable stage for the productions was lacking, the Centenary Play- house made good use of the old chapel building. In spite of a too-small stage, no drop curtain or proper lighting equipment, the club members went ahead with great spirit to present these plays. Joseph Gitford, director of the speech and drama de- partment., guided the members in the work of the club and directed one major production. Assistant to Mr. Gifford, Miss Eva Spence directed some of the plays and taught drama production and public speaking.
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Officers President Neil Dixon Vice-President Byrum Teekell Secretary -Treasurer Vivian Close Corresponding Secretary .... Glen Graves Pi Kappa Delta ■i L flP " HH P E -- Jc$ If v ]n ■ ' iBjfl a J -!■ J L 3f J mJrH ■ ' ■! MEMBERS: First Row: Paul Brainis, Norman Chap- man, Vivian Close; Second Row: Neil Dixon, O. C. Edwards, Glen Graves; Third Row: Sherman Kottle, William Parker, Richard Rosenthal; Fourth Row: Louis Rosner, Paul Smith, Robert Stacy, Byrum Tee- kell; Not in Panel: Harold Friedman, Jim Gardner, Oscar Hammerstein, Charles Ratcliff, David Stinson. The members of Pi Kappa Delta, under the sponsor- ship of Dr. Gifford, have attended forensic meets in Mississippi, Alabama, and plan a trip to Ohio to the National Forensic Meet in April. At the debating and oratory tournament in Jackson, Mississippi, in Decem- ber, they won over half of their debates. Four teams went to Mobile, Alabama, in January, where one of the boys placed second in the whole tournament.
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