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Officers President Amy Goldman Vice-President Charles Evans Secretary David Moffat Treasurer Anna Harkness MEMBERS: Elinor Brown, Gordon Becker, O. C. Ed- wards, Charles Evans, Margaret Gebson, Amy Gold- man, Mary Ann Guice, Anna Harkness, Anna Herr- mann, Marion Kurfiss, Martha Laird, David Moffat, Back Row: Middlebiooks, Doll, Copeland, Tench, Goldman, Dr. Miles, Taylor, Leopard, Ruit, Despot; Front Row: ' Moffat, Solo- man, Edwards, Verigan, Wilson, Derby, Evans. Billie Jo Raines, Charles Raine, Merle Reed, Faye Tinnin, Robert Wilson. Big event of the year for the Psychology Club was achieving all the requirements for initiation into Psi Chi, national honorary psychology fraternity. The club has had several outstanding programs this year — Dr. Roland from Nashville, Dr. Boggs, from Shreve- p ort, and Mrs. Kahn, from the Caddo welfare board here. They are planning a trip to Pineville before school is out to study the institutions for insane and feebleminded there. Psychology Club
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Officers President Robert Clifton Vice-President James L. Robins Secretary -Treasurer .... Pattie Jean Warren Pi Mu Sigma MEMBERS: First Row: O. J. Barnette, Richard Barry, Albert Bicknell, Harold Bicknell, Richard Blair; Sec- ond Row: Whitney Boggs, Joe Brock, C. R. Caldwell, David Carlton, Harold Lee Carter; Third Row: Robert Clifton, Gerald Cureton, Billy Fowler, Harry Garrett, Martha Haley; Fourth Row: Billie Joy Hargis, Bill Har- well, James Henry, Lois Higman, Bettina Hilman; Fifth Row: John Langlow, June Law, A. C. Lawton, Hany McFarland, John Marshall; Sixth Row: Jay Merkley, Joe Powell, James Robins, John Robinson, Louis Rosner; Seventh Row: Bob Rushing, Pattie Jean Warren, Kathleen White, Ollie Williams; Not in Panel: R. F. Apgar, Carl Jenkins, Dolph Little, Ben- jamin Pardue, Glen Pitman, Robert Richards, Frank Sanders. Established in 1928, Pi Mu Sigma is one of the oldest organizations on the campus. It is the honorary fra- ternity for pre-medical students and is sponsored by Dr. Mary Warters. To be eligible for membership a student must have a sincere interest in some field of medicine, a high scholastic average, and the unani- mous approval of all the members. As one of their projects, the members contribute annually a book on some medical subject to the library. The year ' s pro- gram, including several papers by local doctors, is completed by a banquet in which fun is the predom- inating motive.
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Officers President Neil Hargrove Vice-Presiaent Robert Hunter Secretary Joyce Hardin Treasurer Bertrand Greve Commerce Club MEMBERS: First Row: Dudley Beene, Bette Brock, William Collier, Joseph Crawford; Second Row: Louis Currie, Paddy Ann Doll, Jean Feng, Jacqueline Gaines; Third Row: Gilmer Graves, Mary Elizabeth Gutteridge, Bertrand Greve, Ernest Hamiter; Fourth Row: Joyce Hardin, Neil Hargrove, Ann Hodges, Robert Hunter; Filth Row: William Lide, Allen Mc- Gary, Garon Miracle, Billy Raye Moore; Sixth Row: Willis Garth Norris, Virginia Rudy, Lessie Ray Ruff, Billie Jean Sapaugh, Bill Worthy; Not in Panel: James Heath, Margaret Hunter, Mahlon Levy, Harold Reed, Harold Smitherman, Vincent Taglialavore. Founded in 1938, the Commerce Club has as its main objective the keeping of students in close contact with the latest developments in the field of commerce. The club this year has been working on putting in work placement for students. It is sponsored by Mr. Burt Williams.
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