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PSI DELTA CHI OFFICERS President . Tommy Richardson Vice-Pres. . . Ben Sheppard Sec ' y-Treas. . . Ouida Guice MEMBERS Beverley Cooper Stuart DeLee bobbye connell Dillard Hatcher Alvin Birkelback Charlie Osborn John Clark Olga Thibodeaux Joe Steeples Ruth Koch Hazel Turner Sam Harper Nolan Dildy Jack Kelly Estelle Steele Malcolm Mason Leon Ivy Bertha Ober Harry Viser Rubye Ratcliff Thornton Bell Louvenia Baxter Patsy Donoghue Carolyn Adkisson Helen Rosenblath Mary Virginia Willis Ouida Guice Mary E. Bartschmid Elizabeth Coker Alta Moorman Marjorie Lemoine Chrystine Moore Azelie Durst Julia Gayle Jack Cooke William McKay Dorothy Franks Joy Clark Sanford Wylie Ben Sheppard Jacqueline Meyers Myrtle Lipscomb Tommy Richardson Irene Baker Katherine Hattaway C. L. Odom Frances Palmer Franks, Morris, Clark, Bartschmid Cooke, headman, Moore, Odom, Osborn Wiley, Shepherd, Calhoun, Lemoine, Lipscomb — Hatcher, Rosenblath, Guice, Steele, Coker Ober, Connell, Durst, Gayle, Richardson Mason, Baxter, Baker, Myers, McKay Palmer, Thibodeaux, Hattaway, Cooper, Moorman — Psi Delta Chi, originally the Mental Hygiene Society, was organized in 1935 under the auspices of Professor C. L. Odom. The object of the organization is to further the interest in informal discussions on Psychological subjects. Meetings are held at the homes of different members with eminent psychologists as guest speakers. Among the interesting programs this year was a talk on " Psychology As Applied in Medicine, " presented by Dr. Ruffin A. Paine. Other discussions were " Brain Injuries, " presented by Miss Mary Warters, " Psychology of Magic, " presented by Dr. R. B. DeLee, and " Child Psychiatry, " by Dr. George Wolfe. One of the outstanding performances of the year was " Among the Spirits, " an illustrated demonstrated lec- ture showing how mediums enable " Spirits " to return to deliver personal messages to their living friends. The first part was a composite seance made up of the best features of leading mediums, in which were demonstrated spirit forces, spirit vision, writing by an invisible hand, spirit slate writing, and the material- ization of a spirit while the medium was securely bound by members of the audience. Part two dealt with the expose. Dean Higgins, noted Psychologist from Emerson College, Boston, explained the methods of mediums and fortune tellers. Pictures, demonstrations of alleged psychic phenomen, speech and music were blended in an expose that was dramatic and thrilling.
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PI MU SIGMA Pi Mu Sigma, the pre-medical fraternity, was organized on the campus in 1925 by a group of students who were interested in coming together to discuss the observations and problems attendent upon their various courses and to help explain some of the difficulties involved therein. Since then it has served a very definite purpose in helping to keep alive the interest of young medical students in the often irksome years of prep- aration which precede actual practice. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Warters, assistant professor of biology, the society has flourished and owes much of its success to her efforts on its behalf. The chief activity of the group this year was the first annual premedical reunion, held jointly by Alpha Sigma Chi, the chemistry fraternity, and Pi Mu Sigma early in March. The reunion brought to public notice the fact that many of the state ' s most prominent young doctors and graduate students who are leading their classes in other schools are former members of this fraternity. To belong to Pi Mu Sigma is quite definitely an honor, for certain difficult standards must be met, and then the candidate must pass the even more exacting chapter vote. At present, the organization is composed exclusively of males, for no girl has yet succeeded in winning the approval of the domineering stronger sex this year, and there is no indication that any will succeed in battering down their resistance. Thus, Pi Mu Sigma achieves the double honor of being a distinguished pre-medical fraternity and a last stronghold for the boys as well. OFFICERS President . . Arthur Addison Vice-President . Russ Beeman Sec ' y-Treas. . William McKay MEMBERS Arthur Addison Russ Beeman Alfred Bullock Malcolm Robinson Warren Bourdier Maurice Murphy Jack Pruitt Billy Mims Allums Edgar Percy Bob Van Horn Hermon Goldsby Gus Hoyer William McKay Carlton Graff Charles Armistead Graft, Goldsby, Van Horn Beeman, Bourdier, McKay Bullock, Murphy, Addison Hoyer, Pruitt, Robinson m 4Ph f i
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PI KAPPA DELTA The local chapter started the forensic ball rolling with the oratorical contest early in February when John Dixon and Mar- garet Bell represented Centenary at the tournament at South- western College. Dixon spoke on " World Peace " to make fourth place while Margaret discussed " Life — a Challenge, " to rank third in the girls ' contest. Debating season started later in the year with a debate with Emory University in which John Dixon and B. Schram were de- feated by 3-0. Other debates included Texas A. M., Hendrix College, College of the Ozarks, Marshall College, and South- western College. The Centenary team consisted of John Dixon, B. Schram, and P. W. Eatman. Following the return from a debating tour of Arkansas these three went to the invitation tournament at Louisiana State Normal where they met Mississippi State University, Baylor University, Lamar College, and Mississippi College. Professor Bryant Davidson Coach. Centenary ' s girl team did not materialize this year though several came out for debating at the first of the season. Faculty Adviser Bryant Davidson coached the debaters and made the trips with them while Dr. S. A. Steger and Professor Darrell Overdyke handled the correspondence and debate material. THE TEAM MEMBERS Dixon Schram Eatman Bell
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