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The girls ' dorm is governed by this legislative group. A representative from each college class and the executive officers compose the body. Its purpose is to promote good conduct, transact business affecting residents and to further all residents ' interests. It takes under ad- visement all proposals and complaints and discusses problems or business affairs at its weekly Monday night meetings. Two open houses, sponsored by the council, are held each year. Mrs. W. S. Row serves as advisor. Rotary Hall Council OFFICERS President Joye Holley Vice President Olga Miller Secretary Annie Louise Tallman Treasurer Johnnie Morris Below: Mrs. Row, Stella Lowe, Betty Willis, Olga Miller, Johnnie Morris, Alice Epperson, Jo Ann Richardson, Maude Jeter Thornton, Annie Louise Tallman, Joye Holley and Carolyn Hudnall. One Hundred Nineteen
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ROW ONE: ROW TWO: ROW THREE: Frank Agee Carolyn Hudnall Maude Jeter Thornton Marion Davis Clara Lou Lindsey Noel Tipton Bob Ent Bill Long Albert Francis Janet Redden Doris Ann Hawley Paul Rogers Bill Holt Floyd Taylor Westminster Club OFFICERS President Bob Ent Vice President Carolyn Hudnall Secretary Lou Ann Walker Treasurer Bill Holt A campus organization for Presbyterian students, the Westminster club meets bi-weekly — every second Sunday. Meetings are held in different sorority houses on the campus, and the program includes a speaker. The club sponsors various social functions throughout the year. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Edward M. Clark. Members not pictured are Joan Baker and Lou Ann Walker. One Hundred Eighteen
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ALPHA CHI OFFICERS President Harlie Bearden Vice President Rosemary Thompson Secretary Franklin Rembert Treasurer Dr. Ford Alpha Chi is a national scholastic fraternity for upperclassmen. It requires a 2.7 over all average. Since its founding on the campus in 1925, the chapter has done much to encourage students to strive for scholastic excellence. An annual award is made by this group to the outstanding freshman student. Faculty sponsor is Dr. E. O. Ford. Members not pictured are Harlie Bearden, Clarence Lambert and Sam Smith. ROW ONE: Wally Baker, Louis Coppage, Ann Dillon, Walter Dobie. ROW TWO: Dewey Fuller, Gibson Hatfield, Merrilee Hughes, Dorothy Jarriel. ROW THREE: Harold LaGrone, Lelia Perkey, Franklin Rembert, Rosemary Thompson, Janis Ware. One Hundred Twenty ■ ' ' $ W i ROW ONE: Wally Baker, Buster Cantwell, Jimmy Cosse, R. F. Gates. ROW TWO: George Hoke, Aldo Irrizzary, John Ray Lee, Frank Pearce. ROW THREE: Connie Mack Rae, Vernon Sanders, Bill Spangler, Ronald Wideman, Bob Wright. OFFICERS President Bill Spangler Vice President Art Franklin Secretary-Treasurer Bob Wright The " C " Club is an organization composed of men who have lettered in an intercollegiate sport. The " C " Club members and their dates are invited to an outing at a lake cam p twice a year. The initiation of new members is held on Freshman Day and always adds color to the activities. All former letter- men are invited to all Centenary Athletic contests at no charge, and all will be issued cards of member- ship. Members not pictured are Jim Whitler, Vincent Pace, Art Franklin, Ronald Rice, Herb Jennings, Ed Jolly, Stith Bynum, Pototo Ramirez, Clint Jowers, Stanley Klepper, Robert Scot. " C " CLUB
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