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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The International Relations Club is part of an international organization founded by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. It was founded on the campus in 1947. The mxeetings consist of speakers talking on prob- lems of current interest. The faculty sponsor is Mrs. Ora V. Watson. OFFICERS • James D. Tucker .... President • John Wisby .... Vice President • Leslie Smith Secretary Ollie Golson Treasurer MEMBERS First row — W. H. Baten, ]ohn Wishy, Jimmy McCoy, Ben Day Reiley, Ruth MaishalL Second Row — Bobby Lawton, Briscoe Soderman, Jack Gallien. Third Row — Oia V. Watson, Marshall Smith, Marcia Han- nah, Larry Hunter. Fourth Row — Leslie Smith, Fabius Didier. One Hundred iiienty-jaiir
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CENCOE OFFICERS • Peggy Tolbert .... President • Lady Maude Huckaby . Vice President • Mary Jo Curvin .... Secretary • Gloria Foster Treasurer MEMBERS First Bow — Emma Aura, lean Bentley, ]o Chisholm, Jackie Clailc, Maiy to Curvin, Frances Dawson, Martha Nan Edmonds. Second Row — Gloria Foster, Jean Frazier, Dorothy Gray, Gay Hay, Vickie Horner, Lady Maud Huckabay, Delores Jones. Third Row — Patsy Laird, Jeanne Lindsay, Ava Jean Martin, Marilyn Mattison, Pat Miller, Adrienne O ' Neal, Portia Payne. Fourth Row — Ann Roberts, Peggy Rountree, Jo Schooler, Barbara Sorenson, Peggy Tolbert, Anne Warren. Not Pictured — Joan Crawlord, Jean Frazier, Dorothy Gray. Cericoe, an inter-sorority organization was founded in 1937. Its purpose is to foster a friendly spirit and cooperation among the Greek letter groups. Its membership includes eight girls from each national social sorority. An award of a plaque is given to its most outstanding Senior member each year. The faculty sponsor is Miss Opal Pickett. One Hundred Twenty-three
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR OFFICERS • Jerry Hartsfield .... President • Warren Hirsch . . . Vice President •Betty McKay Secretary • Gaius Hardaway .... Treasurer MEMBERS First Row — James Cuipepper, Thomas E. Bossier, Warren Hirsch, WiUwood McConnel, Douglas Mooty, Jerome Bushy- head, David Sieeger, Joe Mooty. Second Bow — Gaius Hardaway, Cleta Gage, Bill Spongier, Harold Mooty. Third Row — Jerry Hartslield, Coach Smith. Margot Purdy, Miss Mason, Johnnie Morris, Robert Bentley, Charles Bert- man, Delbert Johnson. Fourth Row — Jim Whittler, Betty McKay, Betty Thorns, Faye Hogan, Sue Bellew, Mrs. Davidson, Dorothy Gray, John Juyner. Fifth Row — Gilbert Turner, Maxwell Taylor, John Lee, Glenn Tilley, Dwynne Grey, Mike Munnerlyn, Bobby Skaggs, Louis Baker, Stan Klepper. Physical Education Major ' s Club is an or- ganization for students majoring in physical education. Its purpose is to create and stimulate a closer feeling among those in this field. At the regular meetings they are hosts to speakers who are prominent in the field of recreation. The members served as ushers at the basketball games and helped in the tuberculosis drive. Annual outings are held each year for the members and their dates. Members of the Athletic Department Faculty serve as sponsors to the group. ; ,if.a s 4 One Hundred Twenty-five
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