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FRONT ROW-Nazzaro, Kazlnuski, Nevel, McKay. Alley, Simmons, Richard Moss, Robert Moss, Dykema. SECOND ROW-Pentecost, Kelley,
Temple, Singer, Ferrini, Graffeo, Adams, Fisher, Walton, Shuser, Tuckman. THIRD ROW -Kirehhoff, Lanix, Buraek. Laskin, Robinson. Rnehe,
Denny, Booth, All:-er. MacDonald. BACK ROW-Nareowich. Gephardt, Lindquist, Compton, Barr, Turnley, Hill, Johns, Castle, Radcliffe, Isaacs,
Kunkel III, McIntosh, Lawrance, Flynn.
FRESHMAN NTAL CLA
Piexidrnlinl Conznzittee . . Richard S. Johns
Thomas YV. Adams
john T. Kirchhoff
Trcr1.mrt'r' , . Norman Alley
The freshman dental class, which began its Work in May of this year, is COITl-
posed ol men representing many States of the Union, and Puerto Rico.
The freshman class decided on and carried out a unique plan for a governing
body. ln place of the usual President and Vice-President they elected a governing
committee composed of a civilian, an Army student, and a Navy student. In this
manner all three groups were equally represented in the government. The treas-
urer was elected regardless of status.
Putting aside a certain amount of rivalry the "Dems" banded with the "Meds"
in sponsoring one of the most successful dances of the year - The "Skeleton Club
Dance" which was presented on Homecoming night.
The freshman class as a whole regrets having to leave this campus despite the
tact that the Indianapolis trip brings each man closer to his long-awaited D.D.S.