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THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The Executive Council is the policy forming and legislative branch of the Student Government Association. It is composed of one representative for each thirty students residing in each separate liv- ing unit, including those students living in town. These representatives meet twice monthly to consider all problems that affect the stadents as a body, discussing and enacting legislation to make any changes in campus situations that can be handled by the students. All campus elections, expenditures of Stu- dent Government funds, election of faculty advisers, and the primary ratification of amendments are supervised by the Executive Council. r $ r- - - . n Executive Council members pictured here are: Standing, left to right: Maurice Johnson, Philip Gracey, Bobby Gwin, Myrus Stokes, Mawk Arnold, Wilson Byrd, Ollie Baker, George Jackson, James Horn, Miss Lucille Garrett, Dean of Students,- Ma Lane, Miss Florence Marks, Faculty Advisor; George Maddox, Charles Stringer, James Commander, Jimmie Ruth Milton, John Adamson . . . Seated: Joe Newton, James H. Mozley, Joyce Middlebrooks, Margaret Mixson, Ernestine Smith, Charles Norris, Student Government President; Mary Ann Strawbridge, Evelyn Trawick, Grace Helms, Grace Martin, Hazel Roberts.
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT PROMOTES SHIEST AFFAIRS All student activities on the Troy State campus are planned and carried out through the Student Government Association. Made up of three officers, the Executive Council, and the Presidents Coun- cil, the S. G. A. serves the students by providing an cpportunity for the students to practice good citi- zenship, active cooperation, and participation in groups and as individuals. Officers pictured above are: Ollie Baker, Vice-President; Charles Norris, President; Miss Florence Marks, Faculty Adviser; and Mawk Arnold, Secretary-Treasurer. THE PRESIDENTS COUNCIL The Presidents Council, composed of all student organization presidents, and the chairmen of standing committees, acts as the coordinating agency for all student activities. Members pictured here are, Back Rcw: Joyce Ledbetter, French Club; George Jackson, Town Group; Walter Harrison, Kappa Delta Pi; Billy Lloyd, Specs; Billy Goss, Freshman Class,- Howard Pelham, Pace Hall, Mawk Arnold, Pal- ladium,- Herman Scott, " T " Club; " Tex " Williams, Ju ; or Class Second Row: Jack Solomon, Alpha Psi Omega; Weldon Smart, I. R. C. ; c rances Beck, Cheerleader Captain,- Opal Mims, W. A. A., Ernest Bazemore, F. T. A. ; Jimmie Ruth Milton, Shackelford Hall; Harry Howell, Health and Physical Educa- tion Front: David Watson, F. T. A. ; Blue Barber, Religious Council; Charles Norris, S. G. A. ; Erskine Key, Tropolitan,- Sue Grimes, Pep Club.
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CLASS OF 1949 LARGEST l HISTORY Leaders at Troy State Teachers College for the past three and four years, the Seniors of 1949 now go out into Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and o her states to lead the youth of our nation. With the graduation of the Class of 1949 more teachers go into the field that have ever left Troy at one time before. On the following pages the seniors are pictured, with their names, home towns, degrees, major subjects, and officers and club memberships listed. Candidates for degrees by August of this year, though not all pictured here, total more than 160 students. SAM MEEKS President MARY PRICE STEPHENSON Vice-President EARL HUTTO Secretary-Treasurer
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