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Pi Mu Sigma, the pre-medical fra- ternity, is cne of the oldest organi- zations on the campus. It was founded in 1925 under the spon- sorship of Dr. I. Mdizlish. This club is now under the sponsorship of Dr. Mary Warters. In order that a student be received as a member he or she must have first a sincere desire to enter the field of medicine. This must be suppiemented by a B average in science and an over all C average in all other courses. Also the mem- ber must be submitted to an in- itiation ritual and must prepare a fifteen hundred word theme on any subject concerning medicine or disease. During the year Pi Mu Sigma con- tributes annually one or more books on some medical subject to the library. For programs the members of Pi Mu Sigma are privileged to hear interesting and informative discus- sions by physicians selected from those practizing in Shreveport. Programs of this type have done much to stimulate and inspire pre- medical students in their present studies and in their work to come. Members: P. F. Apgar, O. J. Bar- nette, Richaid J. Barry, Harold Bicknell, Joe Brock, Harvey Lee Carter, George Dement, Carey Francis, Harry Garrett, Martha Julia Haley, Phil Hallonquist, Billie Joy Hargis, James Henry, Lois Ann Higman, Bettina Hilman, Albert Hyds, Carl Jenkins, John Langlow, June Law, A. C. Lawton, Joan Linx- wiler, James Long, John Marshall, Benjamin Pardue, Joe H. Powell, Robert Richards, Claude Smith, Charles J. Stamper, Wilton Sum- mers, Vernon Waldron, Pat ie Jean Warren, James Webb, Kenneth White, Mittie Williams, Ollie Wil- liams, William Wolfe. ;j| Officers John R. Langlow President Joe H. Powell ... Vice-President Billie Hargis Secretary Lois Anne Higman Treasurer PI MU SIGMA First Row — Bamette, Barry, Bicknell, Brock, Carter, Garrett, Haley, Hargis, Henry . . . Second Row — Higman, Hilman, Hyde, Langlow, Law, Lawton, Long, Marshall, Powell . . . Third Row — Richards, Stamper, Summers, Warren, White, V illiams, M., Williams, O., Wolfe.
Page 94 text:
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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First Row — Barnette, Bickncll, Bolen, Foster, E., Foster, G., Garrett, Goldenberg, Haley . . . Second Row — Hargis, Harris, Henry, Hiqman, Hilman, Lanqlow, Long, Loveall . . . Third Row — Lyons, McCook, Menqe, Middleton, Nelson, Noyes, Paylor, Powell . . . Fourth Row — Pullen, Richards, Riggs, Summers, Warren, Williams, Wilson. ALPHA SIGMA CHI Officers Edward L. Foster President Melba Jean Loveall Vice President Billie Joy Hargis Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Sigma Chi, the honorary chemistry fraternity, was estab- lished at Centenary in 1931 and has been active since that time. Membership is limited to advanc- ed chemistry students who have maintained a high B average in their chemistry courses and who have the unanimous approval of all the members. The grueling initiation includes a week of carry- ing signs and test tubes containing unknowns, which they must identi- fy. The purpose of this organiza- tion is to stimulate an interest in the field of chemistry. Faculty sponsor for the group is Dr. John B. Entrikin; the faculty ad- visors are Robert Moody, Alice N. Milner, and Robert Peters. Members: O. J. Barnette, Harold Bicknell, Roy Bolen, Edward L. Foster, Georgie L. Foster, Harry Garrett, Stephen Goldenberg, Mar- tha Julia Haley, Billie Hargis, Charles Harris, Julian P. Hatcher, James Henry, Lois Anne Higman, Battina Hilman, John Langlow, James Long, Melba Jeanne Love- all, Tom Lyons, Robert McCook, Ted Menge, Charles Middleton, Herbert Nelson, Paul Noyes, Ben- jamin Pardue, John Paylor, Joe Powell, Joseph P. Pullen, Robert Richards, Malvern Riggs, Claude K. Smith, Wilton Summers, Pattie Warren, James Webb, Ollie Wil- liams, Robert Wilson.
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