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ROW T: Don Chew, Pete Misner, Jim Covell, Ted Bottiger. ROW 2: Warren Hunt, Bob Higley, Larry
Tyler, Bill Adams. ROW 3: John Ramsey, Bob Powell, Larry Cazuto, John Blake, Adviser, Dean
Scovell, Ritchie Ocheltree.
Performing service for the school, the Intercollegiate Knights helped to give the fresh-
men tests, sponsored the freshman mixer, published the "Campus Bible," otherwise
known as the Log Book, posted bulletins on the Log in front of the SUB and ushered at
To become an active member of this group, leadership, scholarship, and participation
in the activities on the campus is a prerequisite. To be invited to loin this organization is
considered one of the greatest honors bestowed upon a freshman man.
The Knights burst into every classroom during the Christmas season and showered
the students with candy, wishing them a Merry Christmas, and were responsible for the
building ofthe Queen's float during the Homecoming.
They got together with the Spurs for an ice skating party and again at the end of the
year for the annual Spur-Knight picnic.
This year's Knights were Jim Covell, Ted Bottiger, Pete Misner, Don Chew, Warren
Hunt, Bill Adams, John Ramsey, Dean Scovell, Bob Higley, John Chapman, Jim Nelson, Cliff
King, Phil Derrousseau, Wally Tonstad, Dick Graham and Herb Steeper.
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ROW li Jean Cameron, Robin Enschede, Donna Dettrich. ROW 2: Vinnie Lou Cooper, Marilyn Rosso
Anne DuBois, Clara Lister, Mary Ann Norton, Florence Fleck. ROW 3: Evalyn Emert, Ann Marr
Elizabeth Regester, Dolores Kaiser, Margie Berry, Janet Vroman and Sally Finch.
Spurs . . . the National Women's Sophomore Honorary . . . spent another active year
in helping with Freshman Orientation, registration, Convocation ushering, "Lick PLC"
sucker selling, World Affairs Council ushering, Election vote counting and the traditional
daisy chain making. ln addition to this usual round of activities, the Spurs this year
attempted to set up a Scholarship fund by selling singing valentines and sponsoring a
lt was not all work and no play, though. The Founders' Day dinner and a kidnap-
breakfast were two of the events that came under the heading of fun.
When spring rolled around, fifteen freshmen were tapped at the annual AWS banquet
as the Spurs sang the Spur Tapping Song.
To be tapped to wear this maroon and white uniform, a freshman girl must be depend-
able, maintain scholarship, and participate in a round of activities. It is one of the
highest honors confered upon a woman in her college career.
The Spurs this year were Margie Berry, Janet Vroman, Jean Cameron, Robin Enschede,
Donna Dettrich, Evalyn Emert, Ann Marr, Marilyn Rosso, Anne DuBois, Mary Ann Norton,
Florence Fleck, Sally Finch, Elizabeth Regester, Clara Lister and Vinnie Cooper.
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SLATEDT Barbara Markham, Rufh Vvallen, Mrs. Carolyn Schneider, T-redda Lamp, Billie Sh.veiy. STANDTNG:
Barbara Kidder, Lu Bradley, Nlaurine Gerards.
Anderson Hall was bursfing aT The seams This year when eighTy-seven girls Tucked Themselves inside
iTs four walls. Bunks occupied every available nook and corner. NexT year, however, The walls will be back
in shape and The nooks and corners will be empTy of bunks, because Anderson Hall will have a new addi-
Tion To iTs presenf building.
Mosf of The freshmen huddled Togefher in The basemenT for The usual college inTroducTion To dorm
life. WiTh Mariorie Casebier as "Big Dorm" presidenT, They did Their share of freshmen work from plan-
ning, decorafing and cleaning up To keeping The upper classmen in hand.
Due To The friendship and undersTanding of Mrs. Carolyn Schneider, housemoTher, The dorm held a
real homelike afmosphere for all eighfy-seven Anderson Hall co-eds. WiTh This many girls living under
one roof There are bound To be some excifing momenfs-and There were many! Birfhdays, pinnings, en-
gagemenfs and ofher celebrafions all have Their Tradifional ceremonies.
Once a monTh The girls would gafher in The lounge aTTired in paiamas and wiTh bobby-pins in hand
for a dorm meefing. Led by Fredda Lamp, presidenT, dorm problems were discussed and holiday parfies
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