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First Row — Airey, Barneite, Bentley, Bcinman, Biewster, Brown, Bush, Colbert . . . Second Row — Crawford, Dawson, Ellis, Ford, Franklin, Gaston, Gladney, Halpert . . . Third Row — Hamner, Hampton, Harris, Henderson, Howie, Hull, Jackson, Jarred, Jaynes. ART STUDENTS ' LEAGUE Officers Anna Dora Ruff . . , President Bob Jaynes Vice-President Mary Adair Brown Secretary-Treasurer Janet Crawford . . . Parliamentarian and Sergeant-at-Arms " We the students of the art depart- ment of Centenary College, in or- der to promote greater interest and broader experiences in the field of art, wish to declare our- selves an organization, feeling that in doing so we will realize a high- er realm of the aesthetic and the cultural. It is therefore our most earnest de- sire to have a great wealth of knowledge, understanding and ex- periences in this field to better understand the cultural heritage of our race, to recognize and ap- preciate all kinds of art and its creators. For aid in the pursuance of these aims, we do now establish the following constitution. " The preceding paragraph contains the preamble to the constitution of the Art Students ' League. Last fall they went down Red River in Mr. Brown ' s river boat sketching typical Louisiana scenery. Excursions were also
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The principal purpose of the Men ' s Intramural Council is to present a wide and varied athletic program for all men not participating in varsity sports. A well planned schedule for competition in four major and four minor sports has been carried forward with much success. The Council, through the success- ful planning of the intramural ath- letic program, has greatly aided the advancement of a greater Cen- tenary College. Members: Coleman Brown, Sam- my Carroll, Mason Dunn, Donald Hall, Nickie Lester, Thomas Moses, Gordon Thompson, Burl Stidham, Kenneth Watts. Officers Kenneth Watts President Sammy Carroll Vice-President Donald Hall Secretary INTRAMURAL COUNCIL First Row — Blown, Carroll, Dunn, Hall Second Row — Lester, Moses, Thompson, V atts ; i
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made to Cross Lake and Caddo Lake. In February Dr. John Scales, Jr., showed the students his techni- color film on Louisiana which showed them how many interest- ing and beautiful " objets d ' art " were in our own state. In the Spring the League will spon- sor art exhibits at the Louisiana State Exhibit Building. The stu- dents ' own work will also be on display in which styles and tech- niques vary from impressionism, naturalism, to cubism, surrealism and non-objective art. These ex- hibits are always open to the stu- dent body as well as members of the League. Members: Joan Airey, Sybil Bar- nette, Jean Bentley, Mary Lou Bornman, Sidney Brewster, Mary Adair Brown, Carter Bush, Ann Colbert, Janet Crawford, Francis Dawson, Lois Ellis, Gretchen Ford, Claude Franklin, Bonnie A. Gas- ton, Betty Ann Gladney, Marcella Halpert, Lei Hamner, Charlie Hampton, Cora Harris, Wynelle Henderson, Millard Howie, Ann Hull, Dora Alice Jackson, Harry M. Jarred, Robert Jaynes, Betty Jones, Nancy C. Jones, Bess Lacy, Katherine Leopard, Lynne Luns- ford, James B. Mathews, Billy Mc- Cleary, Barbara Meadows, Don Miller, Melba Mitchell, Betty Joe Mitterlehner, Darlene Moeller, Robert W. Plants, James L. Quin, Anna Dora Ruff, Shirlene Shaw, Charles M. Solley, John Richard Smith, Nelda Sullivan, Ann Tench, Betty Jean Turner, C. D. Warren, Mary Helen White, Barbara Wil- son. ART STUDENTS ' LEAGUE First Row — Jones, B., Jones, N., Lacy, Leopard, Lunstord, Mathews, McCleary, Meadows . . . Second Row — Miller, Mitchell, Mitterlehner, Moeller, Plants, Quin, Rult, Shaw . . . Third Row — Solley, Smith, Sullivan, Tench, Turner, Warren, White, Wilson.
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