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PI MU SIGMA OFFICERS • John Wideman • John Loehner Pi Mu Sigma, the pre-medical fraternity, was founded in 1925. Membershiip includes those students who have a sincere desire to enter the field of medicine. A B average in science and a C over all average is the scholarship requirements. Prominent guest speakers of the medical profession are brought to the regular meetings. A contribution of several books on some medical subject is made each year to the library. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Mary Warters. President . Vice President • Paul Rogers Secretary • Frank Bean Treasurer MEMBERS First Eiw — Frank Bean, M. A. Bodion, David Childeis, Glenn Hilbuin, John Loehner. Second Row — Ralph Meier, Rosemary Noiied, Peggy Peck, Norman Renlro, Paul Rogers. Third Row — Joe Tilley, John Wideman, Marcia Wiggins. Not Pictured — William Kennard, Brannon Riddle, James Ross. One Hundred Twenty-six
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR OFFICERS • Jerry Hartsfield .... President • Warren Hirsch . . . Vice President •Betty McKay Secretary • Gaius Hardaway .... Treasurer MEMBERS First Row — James Cuipepper, Thomas E. Bossier, Warren Hirsch, WiUwood McConnel, Douglas Mooty, Jerome Bushy- head, David Sieeger, Joe Mooty. Second Bow — Gaius Hardaway, Cleta Gage, Bill Spongier, Harold Mooty. Third Row — Jerry Hartslield, Coach Smith. Margot Purdy, Miss Mason, Johnnie Morris, Robert Bentley, Charles Bert- man, Delbert Johnson. Fourth Row — Jim Whittler, Betty McKay, Betty Thorns, Faye Hogan, Sue Bellew, Mrs. Davidson, Dorothy Gray, John Juyner. Fifth Row — Gilbert Turner, Maxwell Taylor, John Lee, Glenn Tilley, Dwynne Grey, Mike Munnerlyn, Bobby Skaggs, Louis Baker, Stan Klepper. Physical Education Major ' s Club is an or- ganization for students majoring in physical education. Its purpose is to create and stimulate a closer feeling among those in this field. At the regular meetings they are hosts to speakers who are prominent in the field of recreation. The members served as ushers at the basketball games and helped in the tuberculosis drive. Annual outings are held each year for the members and their dates. Members of the Athletic Department Faculty serve as sponsors to the group. ; ,if.a s 4 One Hundred Twenty-five
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OFFICERS • Fabius Didier President • Harry Rounsaville . Vice President • Jean Bentley Reporter • Gay Hay . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS First Row — W. M. Baker, Jackie Clark, Patsy Ann Cobb, Joan Crawford, Frances Dawson. Second Row — S. L. Billingame, Peggy Henning, Stephen Koper, Peggy Peck, RonaJd S. Pryer Third Row — Katherine Settles, Fred Sicilio, Briscoe Zoder- man, Annie Louise Tallman. Not Pictured — Jodie S. Graves, John V. Lee, Harold C. Mc- Common, Charlotte McPherson, Haroan O. Washington, Joe Wong. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Psychology Club founded six years ago on Centenary campus is one of the most active departmental clubs. Its purpose is to further interest and spread knowledge on and off campus concerning psychology. The regular club meetings are open to the general public. Membership is open to students majoring in or minoring in psychology. Scholastic requirement of a B average is a prerequisite for membership. Dr. Otha K. Miles is faculty sponsor. ' , t ' One Hundred Tiveuty-seven .in
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