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GERMAN CLUB The German Club is composed of students interested in the German language. The German Club ' s purpose is to promote a better understanding of the German language and culture, to achieve this end the club has planned a series of activities which are related to German culture. These activities include an Oktoberfest party, a trip to a German restau- rant, a play, films, and guest speakers from Europe at its meetings. The club is a member of the National Federation of German Students. By having such activities, the club hopes to gain a better understanding of its members,,the German speaking countries, the languages, and generally, the world around them. ROBIN SMITH, President s r rjvi mf 1 hTT V l i - ■ V-i . .. J % 1 ' A ..fJlf( Jllllll -
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FRENCH CLUB AND SPANISH CLUB The French Club is designed for those involved in learning about French language and culture. Established in 1970, the club extends membership to all who major or minor in French and to those who are interested in France; the club ' s purpose is to sustain that interest by involving members in field trips and projects and sponsoring French films and movies. The Spanish Club has grown to a member- ship of 45 students. It entertained members with a Spanish Piiiata Party. The Spanish Club attended the Ciro Flamenco Ballet, which appeared in Morganton, North Carolina, in December. In an effort to expose the students to the Spanish language and the Latin American culture, the club visited " Little Havanna. " JOYCE MEDLIN, French President MARIANNA MCKEOWN, Spanish President
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GIRLS SERVICE SORORITY Remember . . . . Helping freshmen with registration . Taping the flowers to the table at the activities carnival . All those trips to Anderson to the children ' s home . Going trick or treating. I think we had more fun than the kids did. . Tying rocks to the bottom of our " Welcome Tiger Fans " sign . Calling around for baby sitters . Helping with Halloween carnival at the " Y " barn . Helping with various activities around campus .All of the good times we had together as sisters of Girls Service Sorority. KAREN STUART, President
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