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il a, First Row — Longino, Maddox, Mapp, McCleary, McCook, McFerren Third Row — Tagliavore, Thomas, Turner, Twymon, Yazbeck. Second Row — Morrison, Murray, Owens, Reagor, Snow, Snyder Their popular nickname is " Lambda Chicks. " Members and Pledges: George Anderson, Al- bert Aura, Jimmy Barbee, Dan Binford, Coleman Brown, J. L. Buckingham, Robert Burress, Waldo Cecil, Jack Clancy, David Childers, James Con- erly, Samuel B. Davis, Georgie Foster, Vincent Fulco, Stephen Goldenburg, Carl Grantz, Sam Griswald, L. K. Herlong, Robert M. Jones, Harry Lazarus, Roy Longino, Russell Maddox, Bill Mapp, Bill McCleary, Robert McCook, Jack Mc- Ferren, Jimmy Morrison, Billy Murray, Charles Nickel, Raymond Owens, Doyce Perkins, Bill Reagor, Robert Reisor, Larry Robertson, Bill Scott, Russell Snyder, Vincent Tagliavore, John E. Thomas, Albert R. Turner, Eugene Twyman, Louis R. Yazbeck. ■ ' THETA RHO ZETA CHAPTER
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Fust Row — Aura, Barbee, Bintord, Brown, Buckingham, Burress Row — Fulco, Goldenbuig, Giantz, Herlong, Jones, Lazarus. GfffflCBas- Officers Doyce Perkins President Georgie Foster .... Vice President foHN Thomas Secretary Preston Twyman Treasurer Second Row — Cecil, Clancy, Childers,. Conerly, Davis, Foster . . . Third LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Dr. George Sexton, St., past president of the college, was founder of the local chapter, and Mrs. Sexton is eternal sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. The brotherhood elects from each class a " Little Sister. " Named at the annual Christmas Dance, December 6. They are as follows: Betty Fletch- er, senior; Tommie Lou Guilliams, junior; Joyce Hardin, sophomore; Nell Richardson, freshman. Founded March 22, 1909, at Boston University, it now has 114 active chapters in the United States and three active chapters in Canada. Dr. William Phelps is a member and faculty advisor of the fraternity. The white rose is the fraternity flower. Purple, green, and gold are the colors. nirtni
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First Row — Biqham, Black, Brindley, Brown, DeFatta, Dickson, Foreman . . . Second Row — Giatton, Johnson, Lawton, Lide, Long, Luiiey, Moses . . . Third Row — Potter, Pitman, Rhea, Robinson, Theus, W ' hitaker, Woodard. Officers J. D. Theus President Eugene H. Black .... Vice President Guy W. Bigham, Jr Secretary John L. Luffey Treasurer Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Beta chapter was reactivated at Cente- nary on September 16, 1947, after being dor- mant for 42 years, through the absorption of Nu Kappa, outstanding local fraternity. The " Pikes " have 87 chapters throughout the country, with at least 20 more locals under consideration. One big tradition of the fraternity is the spring formal in honor of the " Dream Girl of II K A. " Mrs. Helen Hope Sixbey is the chapter " Dream Girl for Life. " Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. Pi Kappa Alpha is proud to have as members en the Faculty — Dr. J. J. Mickle, President of Centenary College, and Dr. George L. Sixbey. Members and Pledges: Guy W. Bigham, Eu- gene H. Black, Roberi Brindley, William D. Brown, Nicholas DeFatta, Curtis Dickson, Odelle Dulds, Norman Foreman, Harry Garrett, Ru- dolph Grafton, Dan Griffith, James C. Johnson, John Joyner, Robert W. Kennon, A. C. Lawton, Jr., Harvey Lee, William D. Lide, Jr., James C. Long, John L. Luffey, Thomas M. Moses, James P. Mueller, Lewis H. Pitman, Jerald Potter, Wil- liam Rhea, Clifton Robinson, Louis Sicard, Alaric Smith, J. D. Theus, Don Whitaker, Arthur Woodward. TTK
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