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training new leaders Leadership Training Committee The Leadership Training Committee is the nucleus body of a new program designed to train new leaders for the student body. This program, once fully undertaken, will encourage courses in group dynamics and other subjects that teach the fundamentals and methods of group leadership. seated: R. Finklestein, R. Shelton, Dean S. Olson, advisor, standing: R. Cooper. J. Sklarew, R. Kaufman. E. Wein- man, E. Argo. inform the campus Publicity Committee The Publicity Committee of the Cam- pus Center Board are the loudspeakers of the school. It is their duty to publicize and emphasize all school programs of interest to the student body. seated: B. Edwards, 0. Hogich, secretary; A. Shaw, chairman; B. Dunn, standing: C. Haas, R. Pine. well-being of students Student Health and Welfare Committee The Student Health and Welfare Com- mittee formulates policy on matters concern- ing the well-being of the students. They insure the student ' s safety through contin- uing recommendations to the infirmary and cafeteria. seated: M. Krayer, B. Diggs, M. Rappoport, chairman; H. Offenberger, P. Longfellow, standing: W. Sass, R. Cavedo, J. Coleman, A. Pressman, W. Nicholls, R. Lowe. organizations
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first row: F. Carriger, vice-chairman; H. Ballman, chairman; B. Abrams, vice-chairman, second row: K. Mulach, S. Kessler, B. Milne, S. Shapiro, R. Meyers, C. Groverman, D. Pickard, M. Gerard, R. Adams, E. Karoly, S. Scrimgeour, J. Taylor, D. Steinberg, third row: J. Young, L. Woodruff, M. Kesser, H. Madresh, B. Downin, J. Eyster, L. Sloan, A. Goldberg, V. Laubenstein, B. Compton, W. Campbell. C. Brown, B. Keith, fourth row: R. Pine, N. Robias, C. Bloch, R. Riesner, M. Krayer, J. Powell, R. Tamsma, P. Dickerson, J. Kefauver, M. Cohen, M. Beard, A. Shaw, K. Fritz. straighten out confusion Orientation Board The Orientation Board carries out a program for the orientation of new students at A.U. They strive to make new students feel at home. They do this through informal dances, get-togethers and a complete pro- gram of interesting and varied events. Finance Committee The Finance Committee, with the Coun- cil treasurer as chairman, assists the comp- troller in preparing the Student Association budget and reviews and makes recommen- dations on all requests for allocations. first row: R. Schols, M. Ewing, D. Pickering, Dean Van Waye, advisor; H. Ballman, C. Wagner, S. Kessler, H. Hoffman, S. Karsh. second row: P. Finfer, chairman ; D. Potter, R. Cooper. organizations 83
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honoraires promise to do my best . . . Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is the National Ser- vice Honorary Fraternity devoted to the principles of the Scout Oath and Law and to the task of serving their fellow men. Newly revitalized this year, they have acted as aids at registration and as leaders on the campus. Don Knight, historian; Joseph Miller, vice-president ; Art Goldberg, pledgemaster; Ronald Sholes, treasurer; Rich- ard Kaufman, secretary. Joseph Maxey, not present, is President. dramatis personae Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega is the National Hon- orary Dramatic Society. Membership is ex- tended to students and faculty members who have done outstanding work in all phases of dramatics. Whether before the lights or behind the scenes, these are the stars of A.U. first rorv: R. Pine; R. Toker, P. F. Tompkins, president; J. Young, second row: B. Downin, J. Tate, E. Benedict, B. Siegeltuch, B. Kuehnle, M. Manning, B. Bright, L. Mi-Adams. scholars and scalpels Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the honorary Bio- logy Fraternity which is open to students in good scholastic standing and who have 12 hours of " B " work in Biology. Tri-Beta is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science. On campus, the fraternity sponsors lectures and field trips to further interest in the sciences. R. Heitmuller, D. Griffin, R. Sellers, M. Mulvin, B. Tilton, G. Pakis, L. Drucker. honoraries 85
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