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Page 134 text:
The 1971 Spanish Club.
6 Como Estd Usted ?
This year's Spanish Club was sponsored by
Mrs. Osburn and during the year operated
around the idea of enjoying the Spanish lan-
guage and Spanish customs. Its chief purpose
was to present Spanish in such a way that it was
a fun thing to do. They accomplished this by
performing short skits within the club, eating a
Spanish dinner, viewing the play, "The Man ol'
La Mancha," and having a "Pinata Party" at
Christmas time. They met once a month and
would play Spanish games. They also had a
float and car in the Homecoming Parade, quite
a feat for a first year organization.
Sponsor, Mrs. Osburn.
Page 133 text:
Campus Life was a gathering ol'
Christian young people whose chief
purpose was to make a complete per-
son. In so doing, they worked mostly
on the four basic divisions in life:
social, mental, physical, and spiritual.
They attempted to create a balance of
these four in all their members.
Their advisors were Mr. Henry and
Mr. Davis. but the meetings were con-
ducted mostly by Mr. Lawrence Burek
and Miss Louise Wilson from the Ann
Arbor "Youth for Christ" chapter.
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Page 135 text:
Mr. Crumback gives money to Sue.
Well, last year it was Margaret
Wollenhaupt. Who will it be this time
around? What lucky senior Business
Club member will win the "outstand-
ing business nwardj' which includes
fifty dollars in cash?
The 1970-71 Business Club was run
very much like a Junior Achievement
program in which they formed small
companies that sold u widely assorted
number of products. The club con-
sisted of thirty members who met not
more than twice a month. Their spon-
sor, Mr. Crumback, was of great help
to these young executives.
The 1970-71 Business Club.
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