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DELTA TAU OMICRON First Row — Baker, Bershem, Biggs, Briggs, Brock, B., Brock, J., Canlie ' d, Covington. Second Row — Crawford, Davis, Fulco, Gaines, Gaiennie, Gibbs, Harris, Hicks. Third Row — Home, Keasler, Kelley, Kirkland, McCabe, McKelvy, Miracle, Rigdon. Fourth Row — Tatom, Titone, Smith, Taylor, Walker, Ware, White, Winfrey, Wooley. Officers Albert White President James Robinson Vice-President Jackie Gaines Secretary Garon Miracle Treasurer Delta Tau Omicron is a newly organized honorary commerce fraternity. The purposes of the organization are to promote scholastic achievements, to aid in developing leadership and character and to recognize out- standing leaders in the field of commerce. Active interest is engendered through scheduled meetings at which time outstanding Shreveport business men discuss pertinent topics of interest. The group is under the guid- ance of a faculty committee composed of the members of the Commerce Department with Mr. Bert Williams, chairman and Mr. M. E. Barnett, co-chairman. MEMBERS: L. T. Baker, Jimmy Bershem, Buja Biggs, Bette Brock, John C. Brock, Joe M. Briggs, R. E. Canfield, W. D. Covington, Joseph Crawford, William B. Davis, Frances Dickson, Vincent Fulco, Jean Gaiennie, Jackie Gaines, Raymond Gibbs, Robert Harris, Barbara Hicks, Jack Home, Bill Keasler, Gwen Kelley, Lonnie Kirk- land, James McCabe, R. C. McKelvy, Alice Majalis, Garon Miracle, Vernon Rigdon, James Robinson, James Tatom, Joseph Titone, Perry Smith, Charles Taylor, Betty Jo Walker, Shelby Ware, Albert White, Ernest Win- frey, William C. Wooley.
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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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ALPHA SIGMA CHI First Row — Bodion, Campbell, Cappel, Carter, Childers, Daly, Entrikin, Foster, Giglio. Second Row — Grantz, Haley, Hatcher, Higman, Hilburn, Hilman, Holstead, Hood, Kottle. Third Row — Leopard, Lester, Lucky, Lyons, Menge, Noyes, Paylor, Pvllen, Riggs. Fourth Row — Sharp, M. M., Sharp, William, Todd, Tullis, White, Wideman, Wolfe, Woodward. Officers Iulian Hatcher President Paul Noyes Vice-President Bettina Hilman Secretary Tom Lyons Treasurer Alpha Sigma Chi, honorary chemistry fraternity, was founded on Centenary campus in 1931 by Dr. John B. Entrikin. Membership is limited to advanced chemistry students. The group not only participates in many campus activities, but also shows an active interest in other groups associated with chemistry in the Ark- La-Tex area. This year the organization assisted in the editing of the November issue of the Shreveport Magazine, partici- pated actively in the American Chemical Society Convention held in Shreveport in December and also furn- ished guides and lecturers for the Atomic Energy Display. It also participated in the first Student Affiliate meeting of the American Chemical Society held at Loyola University in January 1949. The fraternity orig- inated the " Alpha Sigma Chi Award " which is made to the graduating senior with the most outstanding scholastic record in natural science. MEMBERS: Jerry Bailes, Milhim Bodron, Ira Campbell, Jack Cappel, Harvey Lee Carter, David Childress, George Daly, Jean Marie Entrikin, Clarence Erickson, George Foster, C. D. Francis, Joe Giglio, Jean Grantz, Mar- tha Julia Haley, Julian Hatcher, Lois Ann Higman, Glenn Hilburn, Bettina Hilman, H. G Holstead, Robert Hood, Sherman Kottle, John Leopard, Clyde Lester, James Long, W. A. Lucky, Tom Lyons, Ted Menge, Michael Mitchell, Paul Noyes, John Paylor, Joe Pullen, Carl Ratzburg, Malvern Riggs, Don Rowe, Mary Miles Sharp, W. L. Sharp, Fred Sicilia, Charles South, Harry Todd, Frank Trice, Kenneth White, John Wideman, William Wolfe, Arthur Woodward.
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