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II! H M ii ii » tinrrtiu M.irnn, H.iniiln)n. Mulhollcn, Hitncr, MiCiflcrt) , M.irstclItT, W lutcscll, 1 urjihl.uk.ir. Let key, Pierce , Rubinson, Hunter, k.indall. Miller, Smith. Curiirniiiys i ' ffom rou. Sampson, Stevens, Kramer, McSparrin, Stamhatiph, R. Robinson, ShalTer, Karnisli, Reed, Dinsmorc, Raab, Hindman, Ellenbcrfjer, Bruno, Gchring TlurJ row Fulton, Blanc, Bcczcr, Smith, Nardis, Sclirotli, Vanderpool, Streams, McCormick, Lill, Grubc, Flinchbaugh, Wetzel, Young, Grundy, Dulfy Fourthrau: Roman, Johns, Rittcr, Depkovich, Moslak, Hughes, McDowell, Good, Hrezo, Gates, Giusto, Maslanik, Johnson, Miller, Finncn, Walker, Ncsbit, Roberts, Harkleroad Early in November, the i roup held its first class meeting. Under the direction of Orval Kipp, adviser of the group, the class discussed the election of officers and chose a nomi- nating committee representing each department. This committee drew up a slate and at a later meeting presented each candidate to the class. In addi- tion to electing class officers, the group chose Dolly Allen and Richard Diehl as Student Council representa- tives. The class was now readv to assume responsibilities of college freshmen. Activities ot the year reached their climax on Saturday, February 17 with the Freshman Prom. Recreation Hall was beautifully and originally dec- orated with huge balloons suspended from the ceiling in grape formation. Chic Farrell and his orchestra met with wide approval. Betty Jane Kremer, a freshman, staged a floor show with her talented group of dancers. With such delightful memo- ries, the class looked forward to new officers in the spring and more years at Indiana. f r rauv Obcstcr, Wiescn, Crissman, Thrush, Clearwater, Clock, Sullivan, Duncns, Davison, .Mien. Good, McLauj;lil.n, Boston, Elose, Gilkey, Lewis, Kennedy, Shacffer, Klingensmith, Fowler, Conrad Second row: Nicoloff, Spear, Brevalingcr, Tomanek, Hamill, Whittaker, Kremer, Mackeut, Atkinson, Shecder, Burkhart, Scherer, Ealog, Schratz, Sanford, Eonnar, Romano, McGeary, Lazar, Hill TiirJ row: }onci. Stewart, Mc. foosc, Pringle, Ramale, Hutchison, Shirey, Yeager, Lyon, Kling, Cepgar, Black, Davidson, Hammond, Sarver, Morrison, Kncpshicld, Horner, McKee, Cowan, Schlossman Fourthrow: Nichols, Blakely, Walker, Borland, Learn, Heacox, Trimarchi, Bone. Daugherty, Montgomery, Hamilton, Madill, Van Zandt, Ferraro, Pavlick, Krisko, Bcatty, .Mtland, Brewer, Fritschler, Shunkwiler, Koehler, Rowley 53
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Raab, Santangclo, Scott, Harklcroad CLASS OFFICERS President . . Robert Raab Vice-Presidint ' ernell Harkleroad Secretary , . . Wayne Scott Treasurer Russell Santangelo Student Council Representatives Richard Diekl Dolly Allen Freshman Class An unusually large Freshman Class entered Indiana eager to begin life as college students. Its first taste of a college social function came with the Freshman Party, September 13, in Recreation Hall, when the freshmen became acquainted with one another and the faculty. They soon became a recognized organization on campus — recognized in that traditional fresh- man customs, for girls as well as boys, were inflicted. This was the first that customs for srirls were introduced officially. First row: Kalmanck, Santangelo, Ruthko, Baumbardner, Knepper, McBride, Strauh, Musser, Berkley, Pczzuti, Butts, Kepple, Graham, Slaubaugh, Dilach, Tross, SchaefTer, Herman, Krah, Rhodes, Nadalska, Dinger: Second row: Bowers, Nosa), Welker, Fornella, King, Griffith, Carlisle, Boon, Goddard, Hayes, Moliterne, Richardson, Barry, Carozza, V ' oyten, Craighead, Moss, Lewis, Adair, Moat, Mercer, Aten Thirdrow: Aiman, Quinn, Crauener, Hozz, Craft, Linamcn, Orr, Reiman, Graff, Englehart, Lantz, Heckler, Rhine, Klein, Swartz, Cron, Modic, Puskar, MacTavish Fourth row: Hahn, Beckley, Page, Brumbaugh, Benson, Patt, Coulter, Doyle, Hann, French, Oldham, Jordan, Mikennas, Long, Hartman, Hay, Kenepp, Smith, Bernunzio 52
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I|plpn iEaitpr 3n rmortam To know her teas to knoiv a soul That God did mould of more than heaven s clay. But did combine the sun, the dreams, the tears That he accumulated through the years. And washed them with the radiance of May Achieving near-perfection as his goal. Pauline J. Herndon
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