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Page 48 text:
Front: L. Dieckhoff: P. Block: K. Van Arsdale. Secretary- dent; Miss Rutz. Sponsor; back: P. Davis: F. Gyhra: J. Lenker:
Treasurer: C. Houseman. President: I. Erisman, Vice Presi- C. Combs: L. Rieschick: D. Speckmann.
Women’s Athletic Association
The Women’s Athletic Association was organized for all women interested in women’s physical education. Requirements for membership included only an active interest in the sports events and academic promotions of the W.A.A.
First year members were encouraged to earn a school letter by participating in sports and recreational activities; second year members received gold bars, as did third year members, for further participation. Fourth year members were eligible for a physical education book.
Some valuable projects of the group included sponsorship of the annual high school invitational volleyball tournament and the awarding of two $100 scholarships to women physical education majors.
Members of the group also attended sports clinics to enable the girls to earn DWGS ratings as officials. There was considerable intercollegiate competition in volleyball and basketball among the various women’s physical education organizations of other schools.
Front: S. Bosserman; K. Achtemeier; E. Flattre; D. I. Pofahl; S. Larson; A. Ritter; K. Lovitt: K. Yost:
Reeve: I). Collingham; second: I . Rohrs; P. Graves: M. Morrison; B. Masters.
J. Walford; J. Schneider: P. Brown: C. Thurber: back:
Page 47 text:
The dormitory council of Majors Hall consists of Don Buskirk. Dan Fa-verio. Dick Owen. David Tickner. and John Bernadt. The officers, who are not pictured, include Don Wassom. President; Roger Grable. Vice President: and Bob Kelly. Secretary-Treasurer.
Some of the council's functions include general discipline measures, intra-dormitory government, and sponsoring various social activities, which this year included a variety show.
The dormitory council at the new men's wing of the Centennial Complex. Clayburn-Mathews Hall, consists of Terry Petsche. Charles Sallgren. Greg Rein-ders. and Jim Raess.
As a newly organized council, this group is responsible for writing a new constitution and initiating various programs at the Complex. Some of the activities included the sponsorship of a plaza dance and a homecoming display, in conjunction with Davidson-Pal-mer Hall.
Delzell Hall's council includes, seated. John Miller. Secretary-Treasur-er; John Bstandig; Ron lies; standing. Roy Gieck; Marty Paper; Dave Langer: Les Hlavac; and Bob Morris.
Page 49 text:
Front: Miss Rowoldt. Sponsor: J. Meyer: I). Speckmann. Treasurer: D. Henry; M. Mowry. President: L. Knippelmeir: second: C. Shanklin: S. Slemp: M. Hicks: M. Burr: L. Rieschick:
B. Richard: A. Massoth: back: J. Blackburn: M. McVicker: K. Lovitt. Secretary: B. Lampe: M. Schlange: C. Willey: G. Jack-son: M. Blezek: not pictured: B. Lafayette. Vice President.
The White Angels was organized in 1948 to promote spirit and interest in college activities. A subsidiary organization, the Cherubs, was created in 1959 to serve as a preliminary step for gaining membership in the White Angels. All members must
have a 5.00 grade point average.
Some of the group’s activities included a homecoming display, organized cheering at most games, and poster campaigns to promote school spirit.
Miss Frieda Rowoldt. served as faculty sponsor.
The White Ansels float holds with the Homccomins theme as the sirls predict a "licking Rood" victory for the Peru Bobcats.
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