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Bob Nicolayien, president Carol Rumo, vlca-pro»idan»
Sue Taylor, tacretary
Nancy Wabbor, Iraaturor
Carroll Shoemaker. ocial weretary
Earl Roblnion, president Al Chandler, vice-president Diane Nawman, secretary Dick Doball, treasurer Carol Hoqerheide, tocial secretary
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FIRST ROW. I ft fo right: S lly lou Whitworth. Su Cop . Donna M ndonc . Judy Sfow.r , Eth l Smith. Mr. Kow l»ki. J n Thornbury. M l n Glow. H nrl tta Milnar. Mary Inorl. SECOND ROW: Ronald 8r ck n Jan Barr tt. Oonn H nn i( y. Jim Burk . Rob rt Ek Ta ko Inou . Don Munro, Jim Woth r poon, Rudolf StohUr, Rita Br!dg w t r. THIRD ROW: Dick Dobbin . G org Orloff. Allan Dobbin . Bill Bucklay. Dick Davit. Scott F rgu»on. Marvfn W t.
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A radio panel, several public speaking contests, and a variety of individual speeches made the spring semester a busy one for the Berkeley High School Speakers' Bureau.
"Conservation of Human Resources'' was the topic of the panel discussion produced on station KLX as the lead-off program of a weekly series presented by a number of Bay Area high schools. Participating were Jim Burke. Sue Cope. Scott Ferguson. Helen Glass. Henrietta Milner, and Rudolph Stohler.
Speaking in local contests were Jim Burke, Don Munro, Ethel Smith, Rudolf Stohler, and Judy Stowers.
Many other Speakers’ Bureau members spoke before a number of civic and fraternal organizations, including the American Legion, the Dads’ Clubs, the P.-T.A., and the Lions Club.
Participation in Berkeley High School student assemblies and Home Room meetings completed the Spring 1952 activities.
—T. D. KOWALSKI, Faculty Sponsor
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