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ALPHA CHI Officers President George Hearne Vice-President Russell Stewart Secretary -Treasurer Margie Giles JLlL . __j Adair, Borum, Dean, Giles, Hearne Hetherwick, Kirkland, Knight, Marshall, Montgomery Perkins, Shuey, Steger, Stewart, Wagner, Webster Members Virginia Adair Val Borum James Dean Margie Giles George Hearne Gilbert Hetherwick Stanley Kirkland Charles Knight John Marshall Elise Montgomery Frances Perkins Henry Shuey William Steger Russell Stewart Azile Wagner Robert Webster After almost passing out the picture for the lack of members during the first part of the year, when only five junior members from last year were held over, Alpha Chi gained in strength and prestige at mid-term, when it initiated eleven new members. The year was one of unusual activity f or the organization, which is composed of junior and senior under- graduates who excel scholastically, and who are usually content to meet to initiate. Under the vigorous leadership of George Hearne, the chapter sent delegates to Nacogdoches, Texas, for the national conven- tion, elected Gilbert Hetherwick president for next year, sponsored the usual chapel program, and gave the usual leather, gold-engraved notebook to the most outstanding freshman of the year. Alpha Chi stands as a constant reminder to all Alpha Sigma Pis to uphold their high scholastic records throughout their four years, and to others to raise their grades, in order to qualify for a bid to this most honorable of honorary or- ganizations.
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PSI DELTA CHI Officers President Carl Vollmer Vice-President John Marshall Secretary -Treasurer Virginia Adair Members Virginia Adair Katherine Blackwell Joe Blandino Gloria Bodenheimer Val Borum Jimmye Brown Edgar Burks Mary Cecil Bynum Betty Ann Caldwell Mary Louise Carr A. B. Cox Jeannette Craber Lanford DeGeneres Dorothy Jane Dixon Dorothy Durr Jean Else Joe Elston George Fouche Dorothy Freeze Paulyn Gill Ray Goens Earl Harter L. W. Head Gilbert Hetherwick Gene Hilliard Mary Marie Hogg Margaret Hugon Grace Ingersoll Albert Khoury Marie King Ethel Kramer Pauline Lamb John Marshall Lawrence May James McDowell Martha O ' Neal Lee Owens William Payne Charles Peters Martha Pitcock Anne Robinson George A. Smith Carl Vollmer Frances Vowels Taylor Wall Jarvis Waller Sunshine Whisner Cyril Wilde Bobbye Wilson Adair, Blackwell, Blandino, Bodenheimer, Borum, Brown, Burks, Bynum, Caldwell Carr, Cox, Craber, DeGeneres, Dixon, Durr, Else, Elston, Fouche, Freeze Gill, Goens, Harter, Head, Hetherwick, Hilliard, Hogg, Hugon, Ingersoll, Khoury King, Kramer, Lamb, Marshall, May, McDowell, O ' Neal, Owens, Payne, Peters Pitcock, Robinson, Smith, Vollmer, Vowels, Wall, Waller, Whisner, Wilde, Wilson Psi Delta Chi, Centenary ' s honorary psychology society was organized in 1937. The society was an out- growth of a mental hygiene society created through the effort of Dr. Young, Professor of Psychology at L. S. U., and is now sponsored by Dr. F. S. Rankin, Professor of Psychology at Centenary. The present society consists of members who have taken courses in the Psychol ogy department and who have shown their interest and ability in this field. The purpose of the club is to supplement the work of the department as well as to give the members and others an opportunity to hear successful men who have demonstrated the practical application of Psychology in their respective professions. Some of the outstand- ing speakers heard this year were Mr. Harry Martzell, Dr. R. B. DeLee, Dr. Edgar Galloway, Dr. D. L. Kerlin, Mr. George W. Hardy, Jr. Each spring the club sponsors a visit to the Central Louisiana Hospital for the Insane at Pineville, Louisiana, in order that the members may have the opportunity to make personal observations of some typical insane cases. The regular meetings are held at the Student Center on the Campus. Two of our past meetings were held at the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and the Kappa Sigma Fraternity Houses. A luncheon was given this spring for the new members who were initiated.
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