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Page 134 text:
First Row — Barrineau, Bradford, Boyd, Callahan, Connelly, Coulter, Crabtree, Damewood . . . Second Row- — Despot, Dore, Downs, Easley, Ellis, Fletcher, French, Gaines . . . Third Row — Goodwin, Hall, Haitison, Hardin, Henderson, Hightower, Hodges, Jones, B. Alpha Xi Delta Beta Gamma Chapter was established on this campus March 28, 1931. The long line of chap- ters, now numbering sixty-five, found their first home in Galesburg, Illinois, at Lombard College. Their pin is a golden quill; the Killarney rose their lovely flower, and double blue and gold their colors. Officers Betty Downs President Mary Ann Goodwin . . Vice President Anna Dora Ruff Secretary June Despot Treasurer The members take an active part in school func- tions, but the " Little Brown House " always seems to be full of activity and fun. Betty Downs proved herself an able leader in the role of pres- ident this year. Members and Pledges: Jean Barrineau, Pat Bradford, Marion Boyd, Marilyn Callahan, Jean A»A
Page 133 text:
First Row — Malcolm Fridge, Wilbur Hirsch, Harry Jarred, A. C. Lav ton, Harry Lazarus, Roy LeBlanc Thomas Moses, Charles }. Stamper, J. D. Theus, Albert Ray Turner, Louis Yazbeck. Second. Row — A. B. Morris, Jr., INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Officers Harry Lazarus President J. D. Theus Vice-President Harry Jarred Secretary Malcolm Fridge Treasurer The council is composed of three representatives from each of the four fraternities and one faculty advisor. The officers are provided by each fraternity in a four-year rotation system. The primary purpose of the council is to perpetuate the fraternity system at Centenary. The council serves as the governing body for all the fraternities on the campus and is practically sovereign in its legislation due to the broad powers given it by the school authori- ties. The establishment of rules, hearing controversial matters between fraternities, representing the fraternities to the college, investigating new fraternities desirous of entering the campus are among the duties of the council. The bonfires for pep rallies during football season were prepared by the council in an effort to increase school spirit. Interfraternity athletics provide competition between the fraternities and provide an interesting supplement to the regular intramural program of the college. Robert A. Moody is the faculty sponsor.
Page 135 text:
First Row — Jones, D., Kern, Leopard, Lester, Loe, Lusk, McCarter, McCullough . . . Second Bow — McKethon, Mitterlehner, Nelson, Ogletree, Owens, Parker, Richardson, Ruit . . . Third Row — Sapaugh, Smith, Tompkins, Turner, Victory, Worsham, Yancey. Connelly, Carolyn Coulter, Virginia Crabtree, Dorcas Damewood, June Despot, Betty Jean Dore, Betty Downs, Jean Easley, Pat Ellis, Betty Fletcher, Katherine French, Jacqueline Gaines, Mary Ann Goodwin, Virginia Hall, Gloria Har- rison, Joyce Hardin, Wynelle Henderson, Anna Fay Hightower, Ann Hodges, Betty Jo Jones, Delores Jones, Ida Kern, Katherine Leopard, Kathleen Ann Lester, Betty Jo Loe, Lina Lusk, Helene McCarter, Betty Jean McCullough, Sally McKethan, Betty Jo Mitterlehner, Delma Nelson, Coleen Ogletree, Marie Owens, Helen Joyce Parker, Nell Richardson, Billie Jean Sapaugh, Mary Jean Smith, Jo Ann Tompkins, Betty Jean Turner, Sallie Victory, Wanda Worsham, Caro- lyn Yancey. BETA GAMMA CHAPTER
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