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J. Hock Miors Millor Paul
H. Prichard Wollonsiek
PI GAMMA MU
National Social Science Fraternity
Majors or minors in the field of history or the other social sciences comprise the membership of the local chapter of Pi Gamma Mu. The purpose of this society is to inculcate the ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude, method, and social service in relation to all social problems.
A smaller organization this year than usual, the group enjoyed interesting informal meetings at the home of the sponsor, Dr. Castle M. Brown. Discussions of modem day problems in government, the European situation, and informal talks on current topics featured these meetings, and served to enrich the lives of the members of the society.
The officers were Joe Halterman, president; Alfred Paul, vice president; Omar Gottula, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Castle M. Brown was sponsor.
COLLEGE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION
One of the most active religious bodies on the campus this year has been the College Catholic Association. Rev. Adam Szmydt of Nebraska City drives to Peru each Tuesday evening, and the fellowship is carried on under his direction.
These weekly meetings are usually in the form of discussion gatherings, with special emphasis on religious interpretation of the happenings of the day.
This year the group has federated itself with the national organization of College Catholic groups, the Newman Club. A mid-winter dancing party, and a picnic this spring were the high lights of the social program of the society.
The officers were Ollie Purucker, president; Edwin Falloon, vice president; Edna Mas Petersen, secretary; Marybeth Beckman, treasurer.
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International Biological Fraternity
This honorary undergraduate fraternity, organized for the purpose of furthering the ob-tives of science, was highly instrumental this year on the Peru campus in promoting inter-
Interrupting a series of informal discussions of biological current events was a "Professor Quiz Contest," held in the manner of the radio program, with Evaline West as the "professor.”
A farewell banquet was held for Dr. G. Robert Coatney, who left to take a government position in South Carolina.
Glenn Yont was president; Mary Grush, vice president; Marie Wellensiek, secretary; and Dr. Coatney, treasurer.
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National Physical Science Fraternity
Members of the Lambda Delta Lambda spent a profitable year studying the things foremost in their interest plane—namely, physics and chemistry.
ft paper on "Why a Biologist Should Know Chemistry and Physics" was read by Willis Wirth. Reports were given on the Wheatstone Bridge, arsenic compounds, and current chemistry and physics questions.
On Homecoming Day, the organization held a reunion for those alumni who were former Lambda Delta Lambda members, ft stargazing evening was held at the April meeting when various constellations were studied.
The officers were Willis Wirth, president; Glenn Yont, vice president; Evaline West, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Walter D. Albert was faculty sponsor.
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Armstrong Boom F. Bouso Cartor Chandlor
Gingrich E. Glossor Gorthoy Grossoohme Grush
C. Harris Jarvis
C. H. Jeffries
PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY
First Semester Second Semester
James McAllister.......President........Carter Johnson
Mary Lizabeth Werner. .Vice-President...Gladys Nofsger
Carter Johnson..........Secretary.................Edith Willey
Ralpha Randolph.........Treasurer................Martha Wilson
William Platenberg. . .Sergeant-at-Arms.Robert Mason
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