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Williams, Plnteek, Wallace Proffltt, Smith. White
Jack Williams - - -
Charles McGinsey -
Ted White ------
John Pintek ------
Louise Enochs ------
Annie Laurie Smith -
Betty Wallace ------
Estelle Collins ------
Arizona Hall Arizona Hall Cochise Hall Cochise Hall Maricopa Hall Maricopa Hall
- Pima Hall
- Pima Hall
Controlling the destinies of some 400 students, the interhall council resumed control again after two years of successful leadership. The council, consisting of two members from each hall, meets to point the way to an active, friendly, helpful basis of understanding among the four halls. This coalition presents a strong unified front and is not to be ignored in campus life, love, and politics; furthermore, it was this group which was responsible for that far-famed interhall Spring Formal, which, as we have pointed out time and again, was the outstanding social event of a wide and varied program. It is to be hoped that in the future, the work so nobly started and carried on by this closely knit organization will be continued and improved upon in the coming years.
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Selma Proffitt - -- -- -- - President
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Here we present a barbarian organization, more Greek than the Greeks. laving in scmi-scculsion in a large, grey stone house, these girls maintained, by their own work, an organization which enables them to go through the school year with a minimum of expense and a maximum of pleasure, heeling that they were a group apart and were not to be rated with the rest of the halls, we present them to you in a fine panel. No one will ever know the mental conflict indulged in by the editorial board before this privilege was granted. With an advantage such as this, they demonstrated their superiority in social life with an exchange dinner with the Sigma Nu fraternity, no mean accomplishment, let us all tell you. Social aspirants though they were, Piam’s activities included every field in which a co-ed may participate; swimming, soccer, baseball, tennis, W. A. A., etc., and so forth.
We almost forgot it this time, but, just like an elephant, we always remember. Pima attended, not without condescension, however, the far-famed Intcrhall Spring Formal.
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