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Page 99 text:
Chi Sigma Nu, founded in 1937 under the leadership of Dr. A. J. Middlebrooks, is an honorary fra- ternity whose membership is lim- ited to those siudents interested in teaching. To qualify for member- ship, one must be of Junior Classi- fication and maintain a " B " aver- age. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote high standaras of scholar- ship, leadership, and service in the field of education. As the number of members is limited, those wear- ing the gold key of Chi Sigma Nu can be justly proud. Members: Buja Biggs, Ann Bow- don, Kathryn Copeland, June Des- pot, Betty Downs, Margaret Fisher, Betty Rai Fox, Neil Hargrove, Bettye Holland, Annis Mae John- son, Lawrence Kerans, Marion Kerfess, Katherine Leopard, Sally Lindsay, Helene McCarter, Bill Mc- Daniels, Lelia Mae McClanahan, Glennette Middlebrooks, Ottolyne Payne, Shirley Petree, Anna Dora Ruff, Catherine Sale, Mary Eliza- beth Stancil, Lcis Smith, Perla Tinsley. Of ficers Lois Smith President Bettye Holland Vice-President Betty Downs Secretary -Treasurer CHI SIGMA NU First flow — Biggs, Bowdon, Copeland, Despot, Downs, Fisher, Fox, Hargrove . . . Second flow — Holland, Johnson, Kerans, Leopard, Lindsay, McCarter, McDaniels, McClanahan . . . Third flow — Middlebrooks, Payne, Peiree, fluff, Sale, Stancil, Smith, Tinsley.
Page 98 text:
First Row — Barnette, Biggs, A. L., Biggs, B., Brock, Caldwell, Chapman, Clements, Cosse, Davis, Despot . . . Second Row — Diliman, Fong, Gaines, Gibbs, Hardin, Hargrove, Harrison, Herlong, J., Herlong, L. K., Hicks . . . Third Row — Hodges, Holtsclaw, Hunter, Keasler, Lester, Levy, hide, Lipprnin, McGary, McKinney . . . Fourth Row — McClendon, Mijalis, Montgomery, Morris, Nabors, Parker, Phelps, Purnell, Reeks, M., Reeks, M. A. . . . Filth Row — Reeves, Reid, Sapaugh, Shackelford, Snyder, Treadwell, Victory, Walker, Whife, Winberry, Woodruff. COMMERCE CLUB Officers Raymond Gibbs President Allen McGary Vice-President Jacqueline Gaines Secretary S. L. Davis Treasurer One of the largest departmental organizations on the campus is the Commerce Club. It is proof of the growing interest in the field of commerce. This club has been very active in familiarizing the stu- dent with practical business opera- tions, and in keeping him in con- tact with the latest developments in the ever-changing field of com- merce. The organization was founded at Centenary in 1938, and carries on under the capable guidance of its sponsor, Mr. Burt Williams. Members: James A. Barnette, Au- brey Lois Biggs, Buja Biggs, Bette Brock, Joe Ray Caldwell, Norman Chapman, Ellenda Clements, Syl- via Cosse, S. L. Davis, Jr., June Despot, Charles Diliman, Jean Fong, Jackie Gaines, Raymond Gibbs, Dan Griffith, Joyce Hardin, Neil Hargrove, Gloria Harrison, James Herlong, L. K. Herlong, Bar- bara Hicks, Ann Hodges, Mary Holtzclaw, Robert P. Hunter, John C. Joyner, William Keasler, Nickie Lester, Mahlon Levy, David Lide, Gus Lippman, Allen McGary, Carolyn McKinney, Robert Mc- Lendon, Alice Mijalis, Betty Ann Montgomery, A. B. Morris, Jr., James Nabors, S. D. Neal, Lois Ann Parker, Carolyn Phelps, Pat Purnell, Mariorie Reeks, Mary Ann Reeks, Mary Reeves, Harold Reid, Billie Sapaugh, Ruel Shackelford, Sally Snyder, Gloria Treadwell, James Tucker, Sallie Victory, Betty Jo Walker, Lee White, Mary Mar- garet Winberry, P. W. Woodruff, Jr., Betty Woolbert.
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First flow — Brown, Cosse, Duncan, Fant, Fridge, Golson, Higqinbotham . . . Second Rov — Lester, Moses, Strong, A., Strong, C, Thompson, Waller. THE " C " CLUB Officers Elston Golson President Nickie Lester Vice-President Dean Duncan Secretary -Treasurer The Centenary " C " Club became active this year for the first time since 1941. The " C " Room was re- decorated and is used as a gen- eral meeting place for all athletes. Membership may be earned by gaining a letter in an intercollegi- ate sport. Some of the activities of the " C " Club during the past year have been an open house for alumni members on Home Coming Day, a dance celebrating Centen- ary ' s victory over Louisiana Col- lege, and the spcnsoring of the home basketball game conces- sions. Members: Dick Blair, Bruce Brown, Bob Carson, John Cosse, Lyndell D. Duncan, Lenny Fant, Mickey Fridge, Elston Golson, Rudy Hig- ginbotham, Nickie Lester, Pat Mason, Thomas Moses, Ray Pidge, Andrew Strong, Cleveland Strong, Gordon Thompson, Dayton Waller.
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