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Page 14 text:
Front Row: L. Suckow, NI. Reitz, E
Siehr, J. VVittcnIJacIi, N. Hitzeman
Back Row: H. VViedcnIicIIcr, P
Gruetzmacher, D. Petering, C. Berndt
F. VVaIIcer, B. Kocppon, J. Emerich
D. AdIcr, K. Pahnreuter.
The Student Activities Board is a new organization on campus, having just compIeted
its tirst year of duties. The main function of SAB is that of co-ordination, especiaIIy in
the area of scheduIing. In order to provide a weII-T:JaIanced and diversified scheduIe
throughout the year the Board examines the activities for the months ahead, making sure
that no contiicts occur. The past year was a time in which this organization deveIop'ed in
the definition of its duties and methods of operation. Future years wiTI no douht show
further growth and progress. 1
The AthIetic CounciI pIans, organ-
izes, and supervises the intramuraI program
of CTC. The memhers of the CounciI
are chosen hy the executive hoard to PIII
the needed positions. Each person is di-
rectty responsihIe for one phase of the
intramuraI program. Inctuded in the
womenls program are howIing, voIIeyhaIT,
I3asIcethaIT, and sotthaII. These same sports
and aIso foothaTI are ottered to the men.
Badminton and tennis tournaments are
Iitcewise under the jurisdiction of AC.
The Councit sponsors a picnic in the earIy
school year for the new students, an an-
nuaI FieIrI Day in May, and an Awards
Banquet in the spring. This year sports
nights, which otter the gym and equipment
to the students for activities, have Ioeen
organized. The concession stand at the
F :.'d,.SI1I'I1,. d,B. ,. i.
football games also is handled by ront Row G Gm er C c xc t B Stau tc Uffman R Thus us
Second Row: A. Focrster, D. Kunert, N. iIesIce, E. Rafert. -
Third Row: TVI. Laurentc, NI. Schroeder. J. Ries, Petzkc, .I. Todt.
I Back Row: L. BIazeIC, LI. Hein, J. Emerich, A. Schmidt.
Compliments of Circle Bowling Lanes
A. I'IcmIcc, D. Tomaich, S. Sapatka,
Page 13 text:
Front Row: T. Poelllcr, K.
Kunkel. K. Schrader, D. Ro-
dentmeclc, P. Haase, M. Etz-
lcr, C. Peterson, M. Unrath,
Back Row: Berg, Vver-
ling, D. Stucnlcel, Nl. VVill,
E. Hoelter, L. Horn, Miss
Heyne, M. Biherdort. J.
Meissler, J. Kinlcel, R.
Augustin, E. Voth.
The Womens and Menys Councils of CTC are a function of student government to
which is speciljically delegated the supervision ot dormitory life. Each Councilor is interested
in helping each student grow in all phases of life - spiritual, mental, social, cultural, and
physical. The Councils are also given the responsibility ol maintaining such things as
dormitory cleanliness and decorum, recreational and laundry facilities. Councilors are
assigned to the houses and each lloor of the dormitories. Ott-campus and day students
also have councilors. Specific activities such as Christmas caroling, the all-girl Christmas
party, and the menys smolcers are handled hy the Councils.
Front Row: P. Brown, D
Bernliardt, J. llcin, J. Boldt
D. Vcrsenian, Prof. Grote-
luesclien, Prolh. Lf-limann.
Back Row: G. Brunworth
S. Brassie, B. Koa-ppen, D
Dorn, .l. Dutton, B. Ralcow
P. Crisler, J. Plahc, A
Brown, R. Bleelcre, Nl. Hall
Page 15 text:
ClOCIllUISl?Z VV. Lorch. J. K0cIIing, E. Som-
mcrfeld, T. Thaney, D. Adler, L. Asher,
V. Buddcnhaum, Cn' Hcidhreder, R.
Rcnner, D. GraIixowsIci.
The many and varied activi-
ties of the CoIIege Union hear
witness to the importance stu-
dents pIace ina rich and fuII
coIIege Iife. The Union is a
center for whoIesome 'Chris-
tian feIIoWship. It h'andIes
such events as pizza parties,
record nights, Fireside chats,
receptions for various occa-
sions, and other activities. A
seIection of games, magazines,
and records are aVaiIaIJIe for
the students, enjoyment.
The heart of our coIIe,f1e
rests in the cIassroom in the
pursuit of Iearning. However,
the academic pursuits can he
even more rewarding if they
are complemented hy a weII-
rounded, extracurricuIar pro-
gram. It is the Wise student
who takes time for the Union.
S. A. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
The PuIJIicity Committee
functions as the medium he-
tween schooI activities and
their proposed patrons and at-
tenders. The committee Works
with Professor PraIIe and
the I:ieId Services in puhIi-
cizing schooI events, It is aIso
the duty of the Puhhcity Comq
mittee to give assistance to
other memhers of SAB upon
their request. Outside johs,
as puhIicizing an open house
for a IocaI schooI, have aIso
been recognized hy the com-
mittee. The motto of the
PuhIicity Committee is "If you
dorft., we do."
COLLEGE UNION COMMITTEE
Front Row:'S. Huehner, R. Frcderking, I. Stetfens, A. Gu!zwiIIer, L. Berghaus.
'Back Row: A. Thicme, .I. YVUII, K. Kunkel. J. Klitzing, B. Hawkins, D. Nc-Ison, C. Berndt.
It HoeIJcI, S. Kramer, J. Xxitlcnhack
.. l W I ei .I ,,
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