Early this year, graduate students in the Geology Department of Southern Methodist University, aware that there was no adequate student group which could advocate and instigate a desired type of extracurricular geologic program, set about to put such a program in motion. They formed a club to be known as The Society of Student Geologists. They sought to begin a positive program of geologic activity, and to form a true honorary organization to recognize outstanding undergraduates in geology.
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Hall, George Waverly Jr.
"Papers Presented at the 1952 Meeting of the Society of Student Geologists,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 20
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