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Casey Clark Cook Dodd Engdahl
J. Heck Janssen Kerns McKimmey Plasters
Platcnbcrg Prichard Reed
Student Advisory Council
and Social Committee
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL Marlyn Engdahl Doris Prichard Elaine Dodd
Friel Kerns Calvin Reed Patricia Casey
SOCIAL COMMITTEE Luena Cook Jack Heck Jeanne Plasters Paul Blair
Ronald Clark Vivian McKimmey William Platenberg Lucille Janssen
The Student Advisory Council this year undertook the sponsorship of the annual Homecoming for Peru alumni. The smoothness of the well-planned routine of the Homecoming festivities warranted praise for those who were responsible for the day’s activities. It also fell to the Student Advisory Council to direct and plan the annual football banquet.
The Social Committee has as its duty the direction of the social activities of the campus. Their primary function concerns the arrangements for the allcollege dances throughout the year. An important accomplishment of the year was the purchasing of the public address system to furnish music for the dances. Specialty dances and floor shows were perhaps responsible for the large attendance at our college dances this year.
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Bath Gilbert Gingrich Gottula Crush
Hill Huck Johnson Jones Juilfs
Lambert Larson McAllister Nelson
Opi cnhcimer Pascal Plucknett Prichard Redding
Reed Saathoft Snyder Sutorius Watkins
West Wheeler Wirth Wolter Yont
-lpha 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 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.
Each year the club recognizes two members of the freshman class for excellence in
First Semester Leslie Oppenheimer William Plucknett -Calvin Reed - - - -
OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer -
- Frederick Wolter
- William Plucknett
- - Ruth Sutorius
mathematics. In 1936 this honor was awarder! to Mary Grush and Ruth Sutorius.
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Women’s Athletic Association
Jane Hackett...................- President
Anita Searle...................Vice President
Zelda Carmine..................Point Recorder
The Women’s Athletic Association fills an important place in college life by providing recreation for girls in the form of sports and opportunities for the formation of congenial friendships.
One hundred points earned in any sport is the entrance requirement. Letters are awarded to those who earn five hundred points, and sweaters are awarded to those who earn one thousand points. Team practices and tournaments include each separate sport. The sports are: Hitpin Ball, Volley Ball. Basketball, and Baseball. Swimming, Hiking, Ping Pong, Tennis, Track, and Paddle Tennis arc also included under the minor sports program.
By way of fostering school spirit the W. A. A. under the leadership of Miss Davidson sponsored the organization of a pep squad.
Contributions are made each year at the annual Christmas party to the cabin erected north of town. This year the party was converted into a chili supper which was held in the gymnasium.
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