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High on a Hill.. .
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Another IRC event was the sponsoring of a representative of tin Peace Corps, who gave an all-campus talk on the Corps itself, its problems and future.
The big event of the year, however, is when the Club sends a delegation to the “model" United Nations. In 1961, the members represented Austria when the “model’’ UN was held in San Diego. This year, meeting in San Jose, the Orange State group represented Portugal.
Club members research for their “issue” doggedly before presenting their case to the UN. The Club received literature from the Portuguese Consulate as well as scouring every periodical and l ook available.
The college library has set aside a special section of reserved books relating to the different projects. Mr. Lee Granell, assistant professor of speech, and forensics and debate coach, has helped the members in debate procedure and in establishing a reference card
The IRC offers an excellent opportunity to those students interested in exploring world problems.
Members dig in as research for the “model" UN gets underway. Pictured from left to right arc delegates Wagner and McKay.
“Do you think we can out-dehate Stanford" might he the thoughts of Chairman Pete Conaty, as the Club gathers for a weekly meeting.
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Pledge trainer Bill Dillon uses a slick to enhance his authority over pledges Paul Kershner and Boh Crawford who make certain lines arc straight with a string.
. . . for all to See
Observable from many points on campus and impossible to ignore from the State College Blvd. southern approach to Orange State College is the Sigma Phi Omega Fraternity -yinbol upon the hill northwest of the campus.
I nder the stern dictatorship of their pledge trainers Don Black and Bill Dillon. Sigma pledges cleared the hill of grass and weeds, carried nearly a ton of rocks, hags of lime and gypsum to the hill site several hundred feel alnnc the campus to create (lie symbol- which will indicate to all who pass by. that the buildings at 800 Y State College Blvd. are definitely part of a college campus, complete with (’.reck organization-.
After digging trenches which were later filled with lime and gypsum and outlined with whitewashed rocks. Jim Hatchett helps his fellow pledge. Joe Tatar, cool off.
Toni W illianison. president f Sigma Phi Omega, lend- a helping shovel to the pledge- of hi- fraternity and llicii project.
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