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Gamma Sigma Sigma T EMININE COUNTERPART of Alpha Phi Omega is Gamma Sigma Sigma, women ' s national service sorority. Along with sponsoring a Lost and Found Service, selling Christmas cards for charity, and providing women ' s rooms with sewing kits, the group also participates in Homecoming and Carni Gras. " Unity in Service, " the group motto, is achieved by assembling college women in the spirit of service to humanity. They cooperate with the fund drives of the Tuberculosis Association, Crippled Children ' s Society, and the Miami Cardiac Home. They sponsor holiday parties for needy children. UM ' s Upsilon Chapter was known as Sigma Lambda Phi until 1958, when it joined the national organization. There are twenty -three chapters, and Mrs. Louise Mills of the Dean of Women ' s Office is adviser for the local group. P. Zinn President S. Goodman Vice President B. Arkin Secretary A. Lurch Treasurer E. Gilbert J. Alpert K. Berkey E. Brenner A. Diamond R. Granoff M. Jordan J. Manaster S. Margolis B. Drossner C. Milioti S. Dunkel C Quillian A. Rabinowitz H. Rodman H. Scapp D. Shaberman K. Schemel I - I. Sletta C Smith E. Sockloff D. Stonecipher 279 B. Travers B. Woods
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F. Kearns President A. Robins Vice President P. Goldberg Secretary R. Gold Treasurer Alpha Phi Omega i R. Bendett D. Berger F. Berney SPONSORING TWO blood drives each year is j ust one of the many diverse services ren- dered by Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, to the University and to the local community. Founded locally in 1925, this organization welcomes any male students who are interested in helping others and who maintain the 1.0 scholastic average. The annual Ugly Man Dance is sponsored by the group, its purpose being to collect money for worthwhile and needy organizations, both nationally and locally. The APO bookstore which is operated in temporary shack No. 944 is another service and fund raising project that this group engages in. R. DuBois R. Fabric S. Fetter M, Feldman R. Freedman S. Gold W. Greene I. Haberman R. Jacobson J. Kaminsky D. Kitchin A. Klass T. Klein L. Levy W . Mamches R. Mandel M. Plotkin G. Williams IS
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A.C.E.I. : Front Row: Charlene Smith, Susan Goodman, Tommie Morris, Marjie Boros. Second Row: Joan Weiss- man, Rachel Zwitman, Charlotte Dean, Helen Brown. Third Row: Judith Fishman, Theresa Nigro, Helen Miller, Tobi Vendeland. Fourth Row: Marilyn Colman, Mary Jean Rossi, Kay Easter. A. C. E. I. A. I. E. E. RAISING THE STANDARDS of education preparation and encouraging continued professional growth of teachers and education students are the main purposes of the Associa- tion for Childhood Education International. The group also promotes the education and well-being of children. The principle project of the University of Miami Branch is to sponsor a variety of programs of interest to students major- ing in elementary education. ACEI supports a joint educa- tional meeting as an effort to integrate all groups in the School of Education. For social diversion, the members plan a wel- come tea each fall for new students. The future grade school teachers were headed this year by Tommie Morris, President. Other leaders in the group were Sue Goodman, Vice President; Charlene Smith and Betty Wilson, Secretaries; and Marge Boras, Treasurer. Dr. Mary Folsom was the faculty advisor for the organization. TV TAKING MATERIALS and information about engineering -L ' -i- available to electrical engineering students, and encour- aging them to participate in engineering activities are the two primary purposes of the American Institution of Electrical Engineers. AIEE, which is the oldest and largest of all of the national engineering societies, was established at the UM in 1955. This organization is both socially and professionally active on campus. During the year they participated in Garni Gras, the faculty Softball game, intramural sports, and an annual AIEE picnic. They were awarded first place for their club project entry in the Engineering Exposition. Jim Locascio led the organization this year. He was assisted by Jim Brinkmand, Vice President; Irving Goldie, Treasurer; and Richard Vargas-Vila, Secretary. Professor Frank Lucas is faculty advisor. A.I.E.E.: Front Row: J. T. Locascio, J. Brinkman, R. Vargas- Vila, I. T. Goldie, R. Couch, R. Wood, K. Kueker, F. B. Lucas. Second Row: J. Craig, W. Forsyth, F. Butler, A. Novo, E. Galinis, D. Dunn, R. Rodriguez, W. P. Wagner. Third Row: F. Swanson, D. Conover, M. E. Amoon, B. Buckley, C. D. Amico, L. J. Horkan, J. D. Hirth. _ ' i ; . , : v ' - - 280
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