(1) A Fannish Pseudo-Fraternity
Psi Phi was run by an organization at Michigan State University called the Local Committee and was described as "the Galactic Science Fiction Fraternity". It existed for a short while in the mid 1960s. It was open to college students who had a 2.0 GPA or better, had dues of 50 cents per year. Applicants were sent a quiz to determine eligibility.
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(2) A Fanzine by Robert Lichtman and Arv UndermanPsi-Phi was Robert Lichtman's first fanzine.
|1||January 1959||11||edited by Robert Lichtman and Arv Underman|
|7||December 1960||20||Lichtman becomes sole editor|
|8||February 1963||22||published for FAPA with additional distribution|
|9||November 1963||17||same as above|
|10||Summer 1997||36||published for 60th anniversary FAPA mailing & 50th anniversary SAPS mailing|
(3) A Club at the University of Newcastle
See Sci-Fi Soc
(4) A Club at Bradley University
A club at Bradley University in Peoria, IL.
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