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MEN ' S STUDENT LEAGUE Representative Members Harry Grandinetr James Hess Thomas Smith Earl Bowser Glenn Davis Dan Davis John Smith Ren Bongiovanni The Men ' s Student League, which is made up of all men students enrolled in the College, is organized for the purpose of co-operating with the administrati e authorities of the College to promote personal and group responsibility toward the guidance and regulation of the afifairs and duties of men students. Two representatives from the Senior, Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman classes, plus the Dean of Men, an e -officio member, comprise the Executive Board of the League, which acts as a governing body to which all problems affect- ing men students as a whole, are brought. This board chooses its own president, who selects committees for the various affairs arising during the school year. One of the most important parts of the work of the League is the enforcement of freshman customs. The Sopho- more Tribunal, sel ected from the League, and composed of five men of the Sophomore Class meets to decide upon rules for the customs period and to mete out punishment to re- fractorv Freshmen. A typical student pounds out the next da ' s work Le i to right: D. Davis, G. Davis, Grandinett, Hess, J. Smith i:: STUDENT ADMINISTRATION
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THE 1941 OAK STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION The Student Co-operative Association is the group that handles the finances of the student body. Its membershi]) inckides sixteen students, elected by the student body, and nine faculty members, selected by the administration. Officers for the year were: President, Glenn Davis: ' ice- President, John Freed; Secretary, Robert McGrew; Treas- urer, Paul Woodring. One of the most important items of the year ' s work was the drawing up and adoption of the budget for the regular session. The income, derived chiefly from student activity fees and bookroom profits, supports every campus activity that requires funds from the Association in order to function. These include varsity athletics, lectures, concerts, assem- blies, conferences, intramural sports, publications, weekly dances, and the College Lodge. The Association operated on a budget of approximately thirty thousand dollars this year. The group, representative of each of the four classes of the school, strives to the greatest extent to bring to the stu- dents the most varied, justifiable, and beneficial extra- curricular program possible. MEMBERS Ronald Bond Paul Boyts Glenn Davis L. C. Davis Clinton File John Freed Harry Grandinett Ralph Heiges Dorothy Karabinus Florence Kimball Jane Lewis Betty Lynn Morgan Litzinger Robert McGrew James McKee E. J. McLuckie George Miller Anthony Perfilio Russell Santangelo Elwood Sheeder Helen Stillwagon Craig Swauger Joseph Vargo ■ L J. Walsh Walter Whirmyre Eleanor Whitacre Seated: Whitmyre, V ' argo, Lynn, Lewis, Kimball, Karabinus, Whitacre Standing: Perfilio, Litzinger, Grandinett, McKee, Bond, Davis, McGrew, Freed, Santangelo, Woodring, Swauger The Budget Committee at work — McGrew seems to be an innocent bvstander. 121
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RESIDENT WOMEN ' S LEAGUE All boarding women comprise the membership of the Resident Women ' s League, organized for the purpose of promoting socialization and co-o])eration with faculty and administration. In order that work may be done expeditiously, matters concerning dormitory regulations are taken care of by the League Council, which consists of officers and representa- tives from various sections of the dormitories. The Advisory Board, members of which are chosen according to classes, strives to develop a friendly feeling among resident and non- resident women students. The work of the League Council and the Advisory Board is closely correlated. The Council refers suggestions made by hall groujis to the Board ; the Board takes action, proposing ways to deal with xarious situations. Among the arious activities the League sponsored was a party in September for all freshmen. The officers of the League Council are: Doroth}- Kara- binus. President; Dolores Quinn, ' ice-President; and Mar- tha Brewer, Secretary. The Acbisory Board officers are Elizabeth Kelly, President; Gwen C.riffith, X ' ice-President; and ' irginia Pollock, Secretary. Officer.s of League Council Dorothy Karabinus President Dolores Huinn Vice-President Martha Brewer Secretar Florence Kimball Sponsor B. Lefl to right: Kimball, Quinn, Karabinus, Brewer A Clark Hall girl ponders a moment. Is it the boy triend or an assignment? 1 2 ' !
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