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Mathematics Cl ah
Alpha Mu Omega was established in 1927. It is a branch of the National Council of Mathematics Teachers and is identified with the work of other national mathematical organizations.
Membership is granted to those students who have completed a required number of courses and have attained certain scholastic standards. Membership is honorary, active, and associate. Meetings are held twice each calendar month. A part of the program of these meetings is devoted to the presentation of written solutions to problems or reports on special topics by the active members.
Each year the club recognizes two members of the freshman class for excellence in mathematics. In 1935 this honor was awarded to James Oldfield and Doris Gray.
The honorary members arc Professors John Bath, A. L. Hill, C. A. Huclc, and Miss Marjorie West.
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Hartley Dunlap - - - President La Verne Shafer - Pice President Vivian Lambert - Sec’y-Treasnrer
SECOND SEMESTER Lydia Wheeler - - - President Wayne Laverick - Vue President Frederick Wolter - Sec'y-Treasurer
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International Biological Fraternity
Tri Beta was organized for the purpose of supplying for the biological sciences an honorary undergraduate fraternity that would he instrumental in promoting interest in this department of learning and in furthering the objectives of science.
'I’he fraternity has been unusually active this year. By the end of the second semester an individual project is to he completed by each of the members who wish to participate. The winner of the projects will he announced at the annual banquet which is held at the close of the year, and a suitable award will be presented.
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National Physical Science Fraternity
Kappa Chapter of Lambda Delta Lambda was installed on this campus during the school year of 1933-34. The aim of the organization is to promote interest in the study of Physical Sciences. Requirements for active membership arc a high scholastic standing and a completed project in the held of Physical Science.
The programs arc devoted to discussions of subjects of late scientific interest.
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Adele Pcnierman ... President Mildred Speedic - 'ire President
Harriett Scott - Secretary
LaVerne Shafer - Treasurer
Miss Tear .... Historian Dr. Maxwell - - - Adviser
“The School and Democracy” has been the theme of the programs at Kappa Delta Pi this year. By means of reports, talks, and open discussion, the society has considered The School and the Citizen; The School, the State, and the Nation; 'Pile School and Social Change; The School and Country Life; and The School and Recreation. These meetings have helped the members of the society to gain a clearer conception of the function of the school with respect to society.
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