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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB First flow — Bainett, Carpenter, Eilbeck, Entrikin, Jackson, Joyner. Second flow — Lazarus, McCullough, McAfee, McGuffin, Sawyer, Solley. Third Row — Taylor, C, Taylor, J., Wiseman. Officers Nathan Joyner President }. E. McGuffin Vice-President Charles Solley Secretary -Treasurer The purpose of the Psychology Club is to further interest and spread knowledge, on and off campus, concern- ing psychology. The club meets twice a month to hear informative and stimulating speakers. Meetings are open to the general public whenever possible; round table discussions usually follow the talks. Information gained through this medium is supplemented by visiting technical psychologists and psychiatric facilities in the city of Shreveport. Founded four years ago, the Psychology Club has been one of the most active departmental clubs on the campus. Membership is open to students majoring or minoring in psychology, or who show an active in- terest in learning more about psychology. In all cases, a " B " average in psychology is necessary for member- ship. Dr. Otha King Miles is faculty sponsor. MEMBERS: Katherine Barnett, Catherine Carpenter, John Eilbeck, Jean Marie Entrikin, George Galliher, Bet- tina Hilman, Dora Alice Jackson, Nathan Joyner, Harry Lazarus, John McAfee, Sue McCullough, J. E. Mc- Guffin, Dan Sawyer, Charles Solley, Charles Taylor, Jane Taylor, Dorothy Wemple, Louise Wiseman.
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PI KAPPA DELTA First Row — Edwards, Jopling, McCuen, Payne, Parker. Second Row — Raines, C, Raines, Q., Regan, Rheudasil, Thomas. Officers Charles Raines President William Parker Vice-President Robert Regan Secretary 0. C. Edwards Treasurer With the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, the Centenary debate squad climaxed its most successful season in many years. John Thomas, Quinton Raines, Bill Parker and Bob Regan won more than three-fourths of their debates for the entire year. At the Azalea Tournament at Mobile, Parker and Regan stood undefeated throughout the six rounds and all four members were awarded keys. The members of the squad are proud to attribute their success to the original and effective techniques of their coach, Joseph B. Gifford. On tournaments and on campus alike no one could ask for a more under- standing advisor. MEMBERS: O. C. Edwards , Leonard Jopling, Charles M Cuen, William Parker, Portia Payne, Charles Raines, Quinton Raines, Robert Regan, James Rheudasil, John Thomas.
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SPANISH CLUB First Row — Bacilla, Bauch, Baxley, Beltz, Brock, Cheek, Connell, Dawson. Second Row — Deboben, Eilbeck, Herndon, Hilburn, Hines, Hirsch, McCuen, McKinney. Third Row — Neal, Perkins, Rogers, Spengler, Thomas, Wesson, Williams, Zeigler. Officers Fred Rogers President Jose Cheek Vice-President Bette Brock Secretary Royce Hines Treasurer The Spanish Club is one of Centenary ' s foremost departmental organizations. The club meets monthly for the purpose of giving members an opportunity to put into practical usage the conjugations and grammatical forms learned in the classroom. At the end of the year the club held its annual banquet at one of the Spanish Res- taurants in the city. Under the guidance of R. E. White and Miss Lenore Rees the club has again enjoyed a most profitable year. MEMBERS: Georgia Adams, George Bacilla, Leslie Bauch, Ettamay Baxley, Harvey Beltz, Tommy Bickham, Bette Brock, Stuart Burris, Marilyn Callahan, Jose Cheek, Ellenda Clements, Beverly Connell, Frances Dawson, Kathryn Deboben, John Eilbeck, Betty Flournoy, James Gaiennie, Louis Gibson, Charles Hilburn, Royce Hines, Wilbur Hirsch, T. W. Hooker, Arline Johnson, Dolores Jones, Walter Kuhn, Jaime Lespier, William Maldonado, Charles McCuen, George McKinney, Dan Monroe, Jimmy Morrison, Henry Mullins, S. D. Neal, Judson Perkins, Howard Quinn, Fred Rogers, Efren Rotger, Margaret Spengler, Billy Stampley, Jimmy Stephenson, Vincent Taglavore, Barbara Thomas, Johnny Wolcott, James Waugh, Harlan Washington, Ann Wesson, Barbara White, Dick Whittington, Jimmy Williams, Bill Worthy, Margaret Youngblood, Jo Ann Zeigler.
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