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Row I K Boyle; S. Rmsernian. Point Chairman; N. Iloffschiu-ider; K Flatlrc; B Haller; C. Knoll. Row 2 C. Co ; J D'lcnsing; B Haiisdnld, B. Teton; M Drake; S. Oltc; I) Collmnli.im. Nice-President. Row JJ: K
Women s Athletic
The Women's Athletic Association was organized for all women interested in physical education. An active interest in the sports events and the academic promotions of W. A. A. is all that is required for membership.
First year members are encouraged to participate in sports and recreational activities to earn a school letter; second and third year members are urged to work toward a gold bar; and fourth year members are eligible for a
Yamahira; P Rohrs; K Sell; M. Alff; S. Shaw; l Ijna; I.. Rirschick; M Erb; B. O'Connor.
physical education book
The organization's purpose is to promote recreational and sports activities. The) sponsored the annual high school invitational volleyball tournament. The group also awarded two $100. scholarships to women physical education majors.
W. A. A. participated in intercollegiate competition in volleyball and basketball among the various women's physical education organizations of other schools.
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How I B Richard: I) Farv n; C IX-Knniiig; I Knippctmvir. C Ud».
Ford Row : B llallcr; P Rohrs Crose M Burr; S llunl Row '»
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Row 1 I) Schneider. ! Schlosvci. J Dorrance Row 5 lllspcruer: I IVterx J (..iii i-I M Drake. Iximii); |’ Ryan. I’ . lli ood
The White Angels were organized in I94S l Miss Nadine Powers, sec-retarv to the college president. The purpose of the group was to further school spirit and interest in the student l odv. During each nine-week | eriod. pledges were made for girls wlio wanted to Itccomc White Angels. Onl girls with a 5 point grade average were eligible for membership in the organization.
Members of the girls pep club coO| cratcd with the Blue Devils in the management of the concession stand at the games. Both clubs were es-jHcialK active in homecoming festivities. Initiation was one of the several activities which occurred this
' ,rThe officers for the 1968-W) school ear were: Carol Mulvaney, president; Sue Slemp. vice-president; Dianne Copen haver, secretary; and Candy Willey, treasurer.
Oflierrx and Kxaluation
I Mini Mulvancx S Slemp. (■ Willex.
Back J Pummel, I) Copenhavcr, (i Jackson M Weber s Hall
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Rim I II Clathur. I- Knl; T Marshall; I. lloschar; 1$ Trntlier, S Nicholas. A Rrargcr; I) kclscy; I. Malthcs. J Meyer: ('• Gardner; Drake: ' llazen; R Mezger Row - N I) i «le Sherwood; l)r Siegner
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Industrial Arts Club
An associate group. The Industrial Arts Club, is open to anyone who is interested in Industrial Arts and vocational education. The club is affiliated with the American Industrial Arts Association. Club members receive the national publication. The Industrial Arts Teacher, published five times a year.
This year the activities of the Industrial Arts Club included a watermelon feed held in the fall, a field trip to Wichita. Kansas, to visit an atomic energy plant, and a steak fry in the early spring.
For the second year, the Industrial Arts Club took first
place in the Homecoming display contest. This years display consisted of a replica of the Fiffel Tower featuring a computer nrogrammed to tell alnmt the construction of the tower, and to forecast the outcome of the Homecoming game.
Those who are in charge of the club this year are: I.es H la vac. President; Hill Massey. Vice President; Roger Cral el, Secretary; and Wayne Wilcox, Treasurer.
The faculty sponsors of the club are Dr. Vernon Siegner and Dr. Ix stcr Russell.
Row I D Brcttmann; I) Busk irk. k Wilcox; I. Illas.it, I’ Townsend. B. Graig. I) Ohcrinescr Row 2 R Kiser R Beckman; R Massif. J B.irlck,
T Mikkelsen. I) Anglic. Mr Jarvis l)r Russell Ross :J: I) Buhling. D II la vac; (i Parrish. B Dean: k I .arson. Mr Gallic. I. Ruder; J Hassles
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