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The Men's Union
OFFICERS FOR YEAR 1916-17
Prcfsizlwzt ---- Orlo Robinson
Vice-P1'e.s'idc111' - - - Hewitt Smith
Sec1'z'tm'y - - Harold Hodge
T7'6HS1l17'E?' - - - Clarence J. Reid
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C0l'7'6-S'P071CIl7Zg Secretary - C. P. Steimle
OR several years the need for some organization for bringing the men of
the College together had been felt, so in October, 1914, the BIen's Union
was established, in order 'sto promote a spirit of unity among t.he men of the
institution, and the welfare of the Michigan State Normal College, by all
At the opening of school last fall, a meeting of the Board of Directors of
the Men's Union was held and plans were made for the distribution of the pins.
The men responded so eagerly that it was only a matter of three or four days
before all of the men had paid their fee and were recognized as members.
The custom of giving several informal parties was made almost impossible
by the epidemic of smallpox which swept this section of the state. However,
one party was given earlier in tl1e season with such success that a student-
directory was put out under the auspices of the Union. It was thru this
organization that the High School basket ball tournament was brought to
Ypsilanti. The visiting teams were so well treated and the tournament was
such a success that this year not enough rooms could be found to provide for
the teams and so the offices of the Gym. were turned into a veritable dormitory.
The big event of the year was the banquet given to the visiting high school
teams. Entertainment was given by the College band, Glee Club, quartet,
several fine toasts and a solo by Mr. Lindegren.
With the great increase in the number of men this year over that of last
year, we have no reason to doubt that it will be the greatest year of the Union
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Young Men's Christian Association
HE Y. M. C. A. is not a usissyn organizationg it is an organization per-
meated with the ideals of virile manhood. The Weekly Sunday meetings
in Starkweather at 2:30 have become a part of every man's Weekly program.
Thru these meetings, the men have been brought in touch with the members
of the faculty and have been helped and strengthened by this contact. The
Y. lli. C. A. has also endeavored to promote a friendly spirit among the men
through its social affairs. It may truly be said that the HY" will long
be remembered by the men of the school as a cheering, helpful, stimulating
President ---- John Seney
Vice-Prcsfiflefnt - - Roy Blanford
Secretary - - Silvanus Gordon
Treasurer ---- Paul Lockwood
CHAIRMAN OF STANDING COMMITTEES
Religious M eetings - - Claude L. Benner
Social - - - - Harley Wooden
Bible - - Albert Biumford
Dlembership - Russell Kent
Infornmtion - Oliver Campbell
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HE Normal Dramatic Club was organized January 29, 1917, with Bliss
Ida Hintz as patroness. The object of this organization is to study the
great modern dramas and dramatists, and to give from time to time some of
the standard plays. March Tth thc Club, under the auspices of the Ladies' Lit-
erary Society presented Yeatls "The Hour Glass," and altho this was the first
production, the result was very gratifying. Considerable time has been given
to the study of Lord Dunsany and his very popular plays.
It is one of the aims of the society to encourage attendance at the Detroit
theaters when stars are playing in some high class production, and several
interesting accounts have been given of such plays by members of the Club.
It is hoped that next year more local productions may be effected since the
Club will be prepared to take up its work early in the fall.
Miss Ida G. Hintz
President - - - Grace Gibson
Secretary and Trcfzsurer - Imogene Smith
Emma Van Doren
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