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4 DORMITORY COUNCIL Governing body of Rotary Hall . . . composed of executive officers, a representative from each class, and advisers, Mrs. A. R. Campbell and Mrs. N. S. Row . . . meets weekly to discuss problems and business affairs of dormitory . . . promotes good con- duct . . . fosters interests of members . . . enforces rules of house constitution . . . Top Row: Buja Biggs, treasurer; Vivian Close, vice-president; Barbara Cook, junior repre- sentative; Joan Dodson, assistant secretary; Mary Elizabeth Gutteridge, senior representa- tive; Bottom Row: Jean Hayes, president; Martha Laird, publicity chairman; Marie Owens, secretary; Joan Warren, sophomore representative. Not in Panel: Beverly Ann Turner, freshman representative. Bill Bolen, Dormitory Mascot
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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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Cu . O . O . r . ? - " .. r (TatfSr . k i r ■ ' ' — ■ The " new " Chapel is the first total building contributed to the Greater Centenary College Pro- gram. The value of this building is estimated at $100,000 and was given by an anonymous donor. It is to be completed within three years. This organization, the G. C. C. P., has no entrance requirements. Its members are all those interested in Centenary and her future.
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