Concordia University Chicago - Pillars Yearbook (River Forest, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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Q" THE BOARD OF ENTERPRISES Ralph Bteelce serves a customer. Jerry Koenig, Jerry Snyder, .lark Hein, Rog Dull. The prime function of the Board ot Enterprises is to see that each student enterprise is managed ethcientty, keeping the hest interests of the students in mind. The Board is comprised of the manager of each Enter- prise, two senators, the SA treasurer, and the vice-president of the SA. At the present time, the SA has in operation tive enterprises. The Campus Corners serves as the student snack shop. The gritt and vending machines are avaitatute to students at various times. Campus Cleaners serves the students as an on-Campus Branch ot a tocat dry cleaning estatu- tishment. Another of the SA enterprises is the Photo Shop. Here att the campus photography is centered. The Student Workhop is the only non-proht enterprise. tt serves as a ptace to construct teaching aids. Finatty, there is the Barher Shop which aids the men of Concordia in keeping trim. Les Schmidt, Chuck Vveiss, and Dart Rose Paul Gerlach 'hu any John Dutton Compliments of Concordia Book Store

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RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE , Because faith in Christ and the resuItant Iove for Cod and man' are at the very core of Iiving at CTC, the ReIigious Activities Com- mittee Was formed to nourish and foster this faith. and Iove. RAC pIans and provides a variety of activities which enrich the spirituaI Iife of the student hody. AII-schooI commun- ion services, speciaI festivaI services, Sunday evening devotions, inhrmary devotions, the designation of ChapeI offerings, and other activities are under the guidance of RAC. Front Row: IVI. Meader, D. Heidenrich, S, IVIueIIer. Back Row: D. Dohosz, VV. SaiIer, B. I..udtIiC, C H. Lange, D. Peiering. LCXBI SOCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE h PartiesI IVIoviesI BanquetsI These and other activities are arranged and handIed hy the SociaI Activities Committee. Under the Ieading hand of SAC the sociaI IiIe of the student at Concordia is enriched. Homecoming, Reverse Week, and Spring Banquet are the three major affairs put on hy SAC. .Kneeling: A. BIanIcschien, P. Heintze, Others: II. Voden, B. Erh, K. Brunn, D. Tomaich, I... VogeI, A. VeIicIiy. Seated: M. Lombard, D. GIiege, D. Bernhardt, H. VViedenIceIIer, .I. Lange D. Adler. Standing: G. Horn, J. Mcvvhiricr, A. Niehuhr, F. V0eIIcer, II. Schmid. G. Howard, S. Vorheck. I g V CULTURAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE This organization at CTC serves to stimuIate and deveIop student cuIturaI Iife. To achieve this purpose the committee has presented on the campus speciaI musicaI con- certs, Iectures, programs, and art cxhihits. Because the Chicago area is one of the cuI- turaI centers of the nation, the committee has tried to make the students of the coIIege more aware of their opportunities to enrich their cuIturaI Iife.



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COLLEGE CHORUS The music huilding on our campus is the gather- ing place for several organizations that center their programs around music. Students put in many long hours of rehearsal hefore the musical organization to which they helong presents an enlightening perform- ance. The College Chorus under the direction of Professor Waldschmidt is the largest of these organi- zations. lts membership is made up of memhers of hoth college choirs and many other students on cam- pus. This past year the College Chorus presented Handelss nlxflessiahn and Bachys "Mass in B Minor,,, of which hoth performances were well attended hy the students and neighhoring residents of the Chicago area. During this past year, Professor Gieschen, director of the Senior College Choir, and Professor Bunjes, di- rector of the Junior College Choir, worlced hard with their mixed-voice choirs to present many performances in the Chicago area and in distant cities such as Val- paraiso at the new University Memorial Chapel. Under the direction of Professor Zeddies, an all- temale voice Trehte Choir, along with the two college choirs, provided selections for our daily chapel services and our special school services. This past year also hrought a new director to our campus. The new face hehind the haton that directed our Concordia College Band was that of Mr, Rohlting. The Band helped cheer our athletes on to many vic- 14 tories hy providing music at foothall and haslcetloall games. Une of the highlights of the Bands activities was the Contemporary Music Concert which they pre- sented in Fehruary. A small group of musicians that rovided musical enjoyment to many students at lorealctjast and at after- game receptions, was the Dominoes. The Dominoes were under the leadership of Bill Richardt. Two singing groups, the Collegiettes and the Collegians, have also helped out with special school services, hesides malcing guest appearances in the nearhy area. The Collegiettes, an all-female group, was under the direction of Harriet Lange. Dennis .lanlco led the Collegians, an all-mate group. A new singing group appeared this year on our campus H the Madrigals H under the direction of Richard Heschlce. Madrigal singing is a different style of entertainment. The Madrigal group was composed of twelve memhers, each one of whom sings rather independently, hut joins her or his vocal tones into one texture in the group. Madrigals are polyphonic com- positions with a generally secular text. This group was primarily concemed with the singing ot madrigals with introduction of appropriate miscellaneous materials for scheduled Campus events. The Madrigat group made guest appearances and helped at special school services.

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