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STUDENT ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS ' CENTRAL TREASURY Officers Paul Beckley President Georgia Rea Secretary Lyle O. Willhite Adviser Clinton M. File Central Treasurer Most recent addition to the campus organization roster is the Central Treasury which was set up to take care of the rising need for a centralized system of inter-school account- ing. The Board of Trustees approved the objectives of se- curing uniformity in accounting records, establishing con- tinuity between business otficers and their successors, afford- ing systematic methods for handling business transactions, and assisting in keeping their activities on a sound basis. With the consent and approval of the Board Dr. Clinton M. File was named Central Treasurer by Dr. King. All funds of organizations are deposited in a central fund against which checks are written. The Central Treasury thus renders banking services to organizanions. This system provides that auditing services will be avail- able to members at all times. It further provides that it will facilitate the internal management of organizations, giving students official business procedure conforming to modern procedures. Small service charges borne by each member take care of the direct expenses of the Treasury. Willhite, Sponsor, and Beckley, PresidenL confer Left to right: Zoren.i, Burns, Beckley, Willhite, Rc:i, Curley P V » - 124
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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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THE 1941 OAK PARTICIPATION COMMITTEE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The purpose of the Committee on Stu- dent Participation in College Manage- ment is to study existing conditions and to recommend methods for eventually achieving a maximum of student parti- cipation in college management. The committee includes five faculty members and seven students, the latter elected from the various departments and the Student Council. It is hoped that by the trial-and-error method the best will evolve, thereby increasing student par- ticipation. The Committee does not make final decisions: they are left to the stu- dents. In the organization of the Assembly Committee, the suggestions of the Stu- dent Participation in College Manage- ment were followed. A representative was selected from each of the six departments and the Student Council. Dr. Ralph Heiges was the fac- ulty chairman of the Committee and meetings were held to plan the programs. Members aided in arranging and present- ing some programs. Representatives of the community participated and there were presentations by the departments. Not the least part of the weekly assembly was the devotional exercise. Sealed: Whitmyre, Kimball, Schnell, .ink, Willhite Slanding: Curley, Lewis, Cihrisr, Hornick. Polhick, Christy Left to right: Freed, Gongaware, Wenerd, Hartley, Shaeffer 125
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