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Alpha Chi, national scholastic fraternity for upperclassmen, was installed on the Centenary campus in 1925. Membership requirements are Junior or Senior standing and a 2.7 grade average throughout their college career. Since its founding on campus, the Alpha chapter has stood as a goal for upperclassmen who have shown scholastic excellence and as an incentive to underclassmen in their pursuit of knowledge. The annual project of the fraternity is the presentation at honor chapel of an engraved leather notebook to the freshman selected by the group as the most outstanding scholastically and the most deserving member of his class. Members are: Mark Daly, Jr., Milford Dingman, Julia Elston, Billie Joy Hargis, Bettina Hilman, Lawrence Kerans, Sharon Miracle, Melba Jeanne Loveall, Allen McGary, Francis B. Roser, and Bobby Williams. Officers Melba Jeanne Loveall President Bettina Hilman Vice-President Julia Elston Recording Secretary Francis Roser Corresponding Secretary Allen McGary Treasurer ALPHA CHI First Row — Daly, Dingman, Elsion, Hargis, Hilman. Second Row — Kerans, Loveall, McGary, Miracle, Williams.
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First Row — Barrineau, Baumgardner, Bodion, Brooks, Brown, Clements, Cutiei, Damewood. Second Row — Edmonds, Edmondson, Golsby, Giantz, Haggait, Hilhurn, Hindman, Johnson, A. Third Row — Johnson, J., Jones, Key, Lawrence, Lester, Magaro, Moreland, Snell. Fourth Row — Sjunnesson, Smith, Stidham, Taylor, Tuminello, Vincent. ALPHA SIGMA PI Officers James Hindman President Bob Haggart Vice-President Janet Johnson Secretary-Treasurer Through the efforts of Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Alpha Sigma Pi was established in 1932. Since then she has in- creased the interest of students in this Freshman-Sophomore honorary organization so that there is now a record membership. A 2.5 grade-point ratio is necessary for one to be eligible. The main purpose of this organization is to recognize scholarship, leadership, and character, and to encourage freshman and sophomore honor students to continue commendable work throughout their college careers. Sophomore members: John Brock, Bette Brock, Jane Broyles, Marilyn Callahan, Edward Camp, Mark Daly, Posey Driver, August Erickson, Raymond Gibbs, Betty Ann Gladney, Joseph Gowan, Martha Julia Haley, James Hamilton, Joyce Hardin, Mary Ann Hettler, Robert Hood, Nathan Joyner, Joe Powell, Beverly Turner, Allen Mc- Gary, Rita Ann Roudebush, Betty Jo Walker, Colleen Moore, Betty Roberts, Barbara Ann Thomas, William L. Jopling, Katherine Rollins, Orin K. Beene, Jack Buckingham, Evan Campbell, C. D. Francis, Loraine Jordan, Orbin Medley, Merwin Petty, James Stravolemos, Carolyn Yancey, Michael Mitchell, David Middleton, Jr., Joyce Bennett, and Harry Lazarus. Freshman Members: Jean Barrineau, Raymond Baumgardner, M. A. Bodron, Paul E. Brooks, Mary Adair Brown, Ellenda Clements, William E. Cutrer, Dorcas Damewood, Howard Day, Martha Edmonds, Dorothy Edmondson, Mary Frances Golsby, Jeannie Grantz. Bob Haggart, Glen Hilburn, James Hindman, James Hollingsworth, Arline Johnson, Janet Johnson, Lyle E. Jones, Judy Key, Sue Ann Lawrence, Clyde Lester, Kathleen Lester, Francis Ma- garo, Byrl Moreland, Charles Snell, Rita Sjunnesson, Martha Jo Smith, Raymond Stidham, Jane Taylor, Pauline Trilsch, Antoinette Tuminello, Elise May Vincent.
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First Row — Armstrong, Bauy, Blackmon, Carter, Foster, Ed-wards, Gibbs.Ceason . . . Second Row — Graves, Hardaway, Holtzclaw , Johnson, J., Johnson, W ., Kitto, Laing, Langlow . . . Third Row — Larazus, Luttey, Montgomery, Morris, Solomon, Yazbeck. LAUREL SOCIETY Officers Charles E. Laing President Hubert E. Gleason, Jr Vice President James H. Montgomery Secretary-Treasurer This men ' s honorary service fra- give spiritual and intellectual lead- L. Gibbs, Hubert E. Gleason, Glen ternity is the newest organization ership in campus movements; to F. Graves, Gaius N. Hardaway, on the campus. It was founded on help preserve the most worthwhile Charles W. Holtzclaw, James C. January 16, 1948, for the purpose of campus traditions; to assist in Johnson, William Walter Johnson, of giving recognition to men stu- freshman orientation and to pro- Armond Kitto, Charles E. Laing, dents who have attained a high mote co-operation among student John R. Langlow, Harry A. Laz- standard of efficiency in college groups. arus, John Luffey, James H. Mont- activities. , gomery, A. B. Morris, Jr., J. L. Solo- Fhe charter members of the so- , . mon, and Louis Yazbeck. Members of this group will act as ciety are: Dale E. Armstrong, official hosts for the college and Richard J. Barry, James H. Black- Faculty sponsors of the society greeters for visiting student groups. mon, Thomas H. Carter, Edward are: Dr. George L. Sixbey, William The members will be expected to L. Foster, O. C. Edwards, Raymond P. Fraser, and Robert A. Moody.
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