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ALPHA CHI First flow — Brown, Callahan, Cutler, Dees, Durbin, Elston . Third Row — Middleton, Miracle, Thomas, Tuminello, Turner, Wolte Second flow — Gladney, Gowan, Hatcher, Hicks, Hilman, McKelvy . Officers Sharon Miracle President Bettina Hilman Vice-President Julia Elston Recording Secretary Marilyn Callahan Corresponding Secretary Barbara Hicks Treasurer Alpha Chi, national scholastic fraternity for college upperclassmen, is sponsored by Dr. E. L. Ford. Since its founding in 1925, the chapter has done much to encourage students to strive for scholastic excellence. To be eligible for membership, upperclassmen must possess a 2.7 grade average throughout their college career. Each year the fraternity presents an engraved leather notebook to the freshman selected by the group as the most outstanding member of the class. Wearing the small, dignified key of Alpha Chi is an achievement of which Centenary students are justly proud. MEMBERS: Mary Adair Brown, Marilyn Callahan, William E. Cutrer, James A. Dees, Frances Dickson, Sybil Durbin, Julia Elston, C. D. Francis, Betty Ann Gladney, Joseph A. Gowan, Jr., Julian Hatcher, Barbara Hicks, Bettina Hilman, Robert McKelvy, David Middleton, Sharon Miracle, Francis Roser, Barbara Thomas, Antoinette Tuminello, Beverly Turner, William Wolfe.
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ALPHA SIGMA PI First Row — Bodron, Clements, Day, Edmonds, Edmonson, Goldsby . . . Second Row — Grantz, Haggart, Hilbum, Henderson, Johnson, A., Johnson, ]. . . . Third Row — Lawrence, Lester, Moreland, Stidham, Taylor, Vincent. Officers Clara Koenig President Marilyn Mattison . Vice-President Allen Ray Hunter Treasurer Alpha Sigma Pi was established in 1932 on Centenary campus. A 2.5 grade-point ratio is necessary for one to be eligible for membership. The main purpose of the organization is to recognize the qualities of scholar- ship, leadership and character and to encourage freshman and sophomore students to continue commendable work throughout their college careers. Throughout the year several social functions were held for the entire membership. The group is sponsored by Katherine Turner. MEMBERS: Jean Bentley, M. A. Bodron, Ellenda Clements, William E. Cutrer, Howard Day, Martha Nan Edmonds, Dorothy Edmonson, Mary Frances Goldsby, Jeannie Grantz, Bob Haggart, Al Leary, Glenn Hilburn, James Hindman, James Hollingsworth, Allen Ray Hunter, Arline Johnson, Janet Johnson, Clara Koenig, Sue Ann Lawrence, Al Leary, Clyde Lester, Noyes B. Livingston, Zela Davies McBride, Marilyn Mattison, Byrl Moreland, Fred Sicilio, Raymond Stidham, Jane Taylor, Carlo Ware, Barbara Jean White, Elsie Mae Vincent.
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PI MU SIGMA First Row — Bodron, Brock, Carter, Campbell, Childress, Daly, Eberhardt, Entrikin, Grantz . . . Second Row — Haley, Hallonquist, Higman, Hilman, Holstead, Hyde, Leopard, Long . . . Third Row — Meier, Rounsaville, Sharp, Stephens, White, Willis, Wolie, Woodward. Officers William Wolfe President Cercy Francis Vice-President Bettina Hilman Secretary Albert Hyde Treasurer Founded in 1925 on the Centenary Campus, Pi Mu Sigma, the pre-medical fraternity, observed its twenty-third anniversary this year with an open house in the Student Union Building at which Dr. Warters, sponsor of the organization, cut a special anniversary cake. To qualify as a member of Pi Mu Sigma, a student must have a sincere desire to enter the field of medicine. This must be supplemented by a " B " average in science with an over all " C " average in all other courses and the unanimous vote of the present members. Pi Mu Sigma strives to keep its members informed on various phases of medicine by inviting as guest speakers prominent members of the medical profession. During the year Pi Mu Sigma contributes annually one or more books on some medical subject to the library. Pi Mu Sigma has done much to inspire and stimulate the interest of its members in their present work and in the high ideals of medicine as a profession. MEMBERS: P. F. Apgar, Jerry Bailes, Milhim A. Bodron, James Booth, Joe Brock, Harvey Carter, Ira Campbell, David Childers, George Daly, Lamar Eberhart, Jean Marie Entrikin, Clarence Erickson, Charles Flowers, Ru- dolph Forbing, Cercy Francis, Jeannie Grantz, Martha Haley, Phil Hallonquist, Lois Ann Higman, Bettina Hilman, Emily Hodges, H. G. Holstead, Glenn Hilburn, Albert Hyde, John Leopard, James Long, Ralph Meier, Robert Rounsaville, Mary Miles Sharp, Albert Stephens, Frank Trice, Kenneth White, Harold Willis, William Wolfe, Arthur Woodward.
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