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First Row — Bartholomew, Briggs, Edwards, Graves, Joyner . . . Second Row — Parker, Raines, C, Raines, Q., Regan, Thomas. PI KAPPA DELTA Officers Glen F. Graves President O. C Edwards, Jr. . . ' Vice President Charles Raines Secretary Dick Bartholomew Treasurer With the debate question, " Re- solved: that a federal world gov- ernment should be established, " the Centenary chapter of Pi Kappa Delta had both an exciting and educational year. The season was begun with a warm-up meet at Millsaps College, in Jackson, Mississippi. At this tournament the club won over half its debates and gained much ex- perience. Plans were then made for the Azalea tournament at Mo- bile, Alabama, but cold weather stood in the way. A joint adven- ture was undertaken whereby half of the club went to the Northwest- ern meet and the other half to Georgetown, Kentucky, to the Blue Grass tournament. A good show- ing was made at both of these tournaments. The year was con- cluded with the regional meeting of Pi Kappa Delta in San Antonio. Members: Dick Bartholomew, Robert H. Briggs, O. C. Edwards, Glen F. Graves, Nathan Joyner, William Parker, Charles A. Raines, Quinton Raines, Robert Regan, John E. Thomas.
Page 105 text:
Another old and active organiza- tion on the campus is The French Club. Under the capable direction of Dr. E. L. Ford, it continues to grow in number and activities, and gives much prestige to the Lan- guage Department. Students who are eligible for membership in this group must maintain a " C " aver- age in French. The industrious ones who acquire the desired average and interest, meet month- ly for discussions, games, and re- freshments. The purpose of the club is to furnish the student with the op- portunity to increase his knowl- edge of the French language through conversation. Members: Joan Airey, O. J. Bar- nette, Ann Bowdon, Mary Adair Brown, Ann Byrne, Marilyn Calla- han, Betty Jean Dore, Wynelle Henderson, Anna Faye Hightower, Dora Alice Jackson, Albert P. Leary, John Marshall, Robert Mayo, Bill McCleary, Bill Mc- Daniels, Emmett McGovern, John F. Mobley, A. B. Morris, L. L. Rob- inson, Jr., Katherine Rollins, Bev- erley Stovall, Shirley Thoman, Gloria Treadwell, Sallye Victory, A. Lee White, Dell Williams, Joyce Youngblood. Officers Robert Mayo President John Marshall Vice President Beverley Stovali Secretary O. J. Barnette Treasurer FRENCH CLUB First Row — Aiiey, Barnette, Bowdon, Brown, Byrne, Callahan, Dore, Henderson, Hightower . . . Second Row — Jackson, Leary, Marshall, Mayo, McCleary, McDaniels, McGovern, Mobley, Morris . . . Third Row — Robinson, Rollins, Stovall, Thoman, Treadwell, Victory, White, Williams, Youngblood.
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Organized in October, 1946, the " The Male Animal, " were all en- Members: Dick Bartholomew, Paul Centenary Dramatics Club has thusiastically received by the au- Beardsley, Bill Bradford, Bill Brown, had a very active and successful dience. Joseph Gifford, director of Curtis Dickson, Phil English, Carl year. One of its projects has , , , , Grantz, Betty Hamner, Emily Hol- speech and drama department, been to remodel the inside of the somback, Arline Johnson, Delores guided the members in the work of Dramatics Workshop, enlarging Jones, Leonard Jopling, Loraine . , . „. the club and directed the produc- T , . . T _ _ , and improving the stage. the Jordan, Ida Kern, Dorothy Long, plays produced this year, " My Sis- tions - He was assisted by Miss Louise Lowei Joe p eters Charles ter Eileen, " " The Show - Off, " Eva Spence, teacher of public Raines, Quinton Raines, Betty " Death Takes a Holiday, " and speaking. Rash, Bob Regan, Dawne Wilson. Officers Phil English President Leonard Jopling Vice President Carl Grantz Treasurer Emily Holsomback Secretary DRAMATICS CLUB First Row — Bartholomew, Beardsley, Brown, Dickson, English, Grantz, Hamner . . . Second Row — Holsomback, Johnson, Jones, Jopling, Jc dan, Kern, Long . . . Third Row — Lowe, Raines, C, Raines, Q., Rash, Regan, Wilson.
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