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Page 80 text:
Wittier, M. Williams, Searle, Wiencke, McKimmey, Lichty, Murphy, Dunn, Freeman.
Girls' Club was given a pep transfusion this year when President Blanche Freeman, along with an ambitious staff and Dean Dunning, pulled the proper organization strings, to raise a vital new fraternity, named Gamma Chi.
The club swelled its membership, increased its activities, and interested campus coeds from dormitory to residence halls.
Bi-weekly Fun Nights were held to give warblers a chance to shine in the community sing programs, those with a yen for intricate dance steps an opportunity to polish the sticklers, and everyone to enjoy good fellowship while licking ice cream cones.
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Back row: Juills, Paul, Fichtor, Heck, Douglas. Timmons, Schacht, Goerke.
Scaled Mathows, Collin, Hopp, Grossoehmo, Gilbert. Bath.
YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
1937 Cabinet 1938 Cabinet
Alfred Paul............................President...................George W. Grossoehme
Gordon Gilbert......................Vico President........................Gordon Gilbert
Erwin Juilfs...........................Secretary.............................Ralph Hopp
John Collin............................Treasurer.............................John Collin
Combining study of Christian principles with the enriching of life experiences, the Y.M.C.A. this year went forward with activities which tended to promote a closer relationship with God.
Joining forces with the Y.W.C.fl., the Y.M. helped make the Spring Training Conference held upon this campus in March an inspirational and beneficial experience for all who attended.
The association sponsored the second annual peace oratorical contest with entrance open to the entire campus.
Fellowship retreats were well attended and joint meetings with the Y.W.C.fl. successfully brought a masculine and feminine approach to the vital questions of life.
College professors were obtained as guest speakers, and members heard Dr. Coatney lecture upon sex. Dr. Miller on religious history, and Dr. Brown on the spirit of Christmas.
Darrel Randall, Wesleyan student, spoke to both organizations upon "International Relations and the Student.” Y.M.C.fl. chairmen were fortunate to persuade Mr. Randall to visit Peru upon his return from an all summer lecture tour.
In the Christmas season, the Y.M. and Y.W. held a candlelight service, which was partly broadcast over the Peru hour. Featured were hymns by the Perusingers and readings by Professor Robert Moore.
The cabinet received field worker Ray Kinney, who had just returned from China and obtained instruction in carrying out further activities.
A Gospel Team was organized and made deputations to various surrounding communities.
Each year the group sends delegates to the Rocky Mountain Student Conference, held at Estes Park, Colorado.
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fit Christmas, the Gamma Chi cabinet rigged up a toy shop and played hostess to nursery rhyme "children” who danced under the watchful eye of a giant Santa Claus.
Girls displayed their own handiwork at the club's style show, which featured the review of the college wardrobe from sunup to starlight.
In February, the "quints” walked away with first prize for the outstanding "infants” at the organization's Kid Party, in spite of the healthy competition from the many who attended. Baby pictures of students were flashed on a "movie” screen for identification by the entire group.
Monthly meetings were held to cover the business details necessary. The outstanding project of the club is the student loan fund through which financial assistance has been given to many girls.
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