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MEN'S J UDICIARY
WOMEN'S J UDICIARY
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There is something thrilling about a group of men bound together
by a common loyalty. This is especially true of a brotherhood that is
united to serve and increase its capacity for service. The Sachems,
leaders in service activities and in school spirit, incorporate the finest
aspirations of manhood in their motto: God first, others second, and
ourselves last. Many of the most outstanding Sachem braves were
taken from school to serve in the Armed Forces of our country. Among
those who left last year are: Carl Fortner, Richard Edmondson, Robert
Cantrell, Joe Crane, and LaNoyette Mayo. In spite of these grave losses,
the club has carried on an intensive program, the big project of the
year being work on a new concrete tennis court.
President . . . Maurice Bergquist
Vice-President . James Trimble
Secretary-Treasurer Ronald Joiner
Adviser . . Carl Kardatzke
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The Social Committee
Each year the social committee acts as a central agency for all
parties and social activities. It irons out details and, together with the
two deans, makes up the social calendar. The members this year are:
Dorothy Bryant, chairman, Louis Meyer, Naomi Hunter, June Cima,
and Maurice Bergquist.
Men's Progressive Association
The M.P.A. meets a few times each year during the chapel hour
to hear messages from the Dean of Men pertinent to the problems
of all men students, elect officers, plan an all-school party financed by
the men, and similar projects. This year the officers were: James
Trimble, presidentg Art Eikamp, vice-president, George Majors, secre-
tary-treasurer, and Robert Hurst, sergeant at arms.
Women's Student Government
This energetic group meets once a month. All the women students
are members and they meet for fellowship and discussion of all topics
of interest to women. They plan an all-school party, bring outstand-
ing speakers, and try to help all the women to integrate themselves
into college life. Their cabinet members are: Elizabeth Pistole, presi-
dentg Margaurette Upshaw, vice-presidentg Nellie Field, secretary-
treasurer, June Cima, judiciary chairmang Dorothy Nelis, lounge chair-
mang Kathryn Rider, Big-and-Little-Sister chairman, Lucille May,
social chairman, Olympia Sommersg and Mary Childers, worship chair-
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