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Page 85 text:
Students for Political Involvement invited
speakers for candidates to preside at
forum-type meetings open to all stu-
dents. Presidential candidate George Wal-
lace was represented, as well as Sen.
Denise Theisen, Jan Klos, Wendy Wallace,
and Anna Decina met with Mrs. Pollock
to make executive decisions concerning
the Psychology Club.
ocial tudies clubs create
outlet for ambitions
Interest in Social Studies expanded this year as two
new organizations got under way to ioin the traditional
Psychology Club. Human Relations broadened minority
relations with Students for Political Involvement encour-
aged participation in forms of government.
Under the direction of supervisor Mr. Hotchkiss, the
Human Relations Club planned the addition of this,
year's new Social Studies elective, Minority Group Re-
lations. Working cooperatively with Bentley's and Steven-
son's Human Relations groups, interested students were
afforded the opportunity of selecting valuable texts, ar-
ticles, and instructional materials to be used for the
semester course oftered at several high schools.
Despite his busy schedule fMinority Group Relations and Sociologyj Mr.
Hotchkiss was available for consultation for the members of the Human
Relations Club concerning' their diverse activities.
Page 87 text:
return to relate
Many Alumni took time out during Christmas to
attend the annual Alumni Tea sponsored by the Senior
Class. Whether they came from ci service base, school,
or from work, each person attendingenjoyed spending
the afternoon with old friends, relating new experiences.
October's Homecoming offered the chance for Alum-
ni to return in a more formal atmosphere. A football
victory in the afternoon, coupled with fine dancing in the
evening, added another memory of high school.
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