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Page 13 text:
WARDROBE — Drape-shape or form-fitting. NOISE-MAKERS are great sport. FIRST-YEAR VETERAN—Mr. Dave Tucker is in his first year as SGC Band Director, after many years of experience at two of capital city’s high schools. “NOW HEAR THIS! We’ll play ‘Hello, Dolly.’ Try to finish together and don’t stumble.” Music With Spirit 11
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Panther Politics Student Government Prexy Zellmer Recounts Semester Achievements “AS THE SEMESTER ENDS, it is time to evaluate the progress and accomplishments of the Stu¬ dent Association for this semes¬ ter. It is always the aim of stu¬ dent government to aid and as¬ sist the student body in finding the problems facing the students and to do its best to correct them; this semester was no exception. “Outside of the normal respon¬ sibilities of the Executive Council, such as the planning of Home¬ coming and the Christmas Ball, the Council discussed many of the on-campus problems that are facing the students here. “One of the more important problems that we faced was the feasibility of using a Faculty Evaluation System on this cam¬ pus. This idea was initiated this semester and will undoubtedly ex¬ tend throughout the year. Mike Zellmer SA President Faculty Advisers “The other major problem to be faced was the never-ending problem of automobile parking. Progress was made this semester, much more than was made in the past, and with a little more work this ‘pain in the neck’ will be completely resolved. “I would just like to add that it was a great honor to have served you this semester and I enjoyed it immensely. I wish everyone luck in the future, and great success in all of their en¬ deavors.” 5. GUIDING SPIRITS—Coordinator of Student Activities Mrs. Erna Olsen and Associate Dean of Student Activities Jack Mauger pose in the Student Cen¬ ter Building. 13
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