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This has been a busy freshman year full of activities, Hu-
manities papers, new friends, gab sessions at all hours, the
turmoil over the English short story, the early morning
rush to the P.O., and the boisterous singing of '1Evaloo."
There were zippers, welcoming smiles, Installation and
the pride we felt in lighting our candles as we became
real members of the Mills family, frantic Sophomores
searching during the Cap Hunt, and a Freshman victory in
the Push Ball Game. Freshman projects included car-
Washing for WUS and the Spring Weekend Barn Dance.
The Freshman Class has many lasting memories.
Class Chairmen: Sally XVillets, second sem-
ester, and Nancy Gilbert, orientation head
First Semester Gooerning Board: First row, Frances Ka- Second Semester Governing Board: First row, Kay Harper
gawa, Sally Yllilletts, Shirley MacAulay, Nancy Gilbertg Sally WX-'illetts, Sally Litzcrg second row, Liggett McLaws
second row, Brigid Ways, Sue Munk, Barbara Sweetland. Anne Sheridan, Sue Doehring.”