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PHRATERES The Rho chapter of this inter- national women ' s social ser- vices organization serves the university promoting social services, spirit and charity. Their activities encompass two annual organizational faires, the homecoming mum sale, and ushering and card stunts at sporting events. Some of the fifty members also take part in the Spirit Committee. Trotting around campus in their blue and white oxfords, the girls embody their motto, ' Famous for Friendliness. ' Founded at use in 1942, the group raises funds for a philanthropy. The president, Candace-Marie An- nett, characterizes the organi- zation as ' for those willing to be included in their university. ' First Row: Kathy Reyes, Shari Blerwels, Aili Tapio, Candace-Marie Annett, Vicki Alberty, Marijayne Wallace. Second Row: Stephanie Goto, Shiriey Gee, Lavon White, June Eng, Jackie Sauvageau, and Kandace Laisure. use HELENES The Helenes are the official university hostesses. Open to sophomore, junior, and senior women, they participate and put together Founder ' s Day, help at various sporting events and crowd control, usher at functions, have a formal Christmas dance, and help out in any way they can. The group ' s president is Ria Snoek. 70 Organizations Hr«t Row: RIa Snoek, Lauri Ann Stone, Jody Rosentswieg. Second Row: Chotra Joseph, Lisa Nagano, Lisa Goodwin, Leslie Tanlmura, Evelyn Maruko, Patty Poduska, Lisa Lesjak, Margie Gong, Liz Olson, Cynthia Hui- zenga. Tammy Lagoria. Third Row: Carol Sllberman, Diane Nuttall, Julie-Kay Berg, Debra DeVlscher, Lisa Hoehle, Tammy Smith, Cheryl Rose Abertiach, Brenda Melton. Fourth Row: Marjorie Hayes, Debbie Pennle, Uva Chrisman, Brigid Dowd, Terryl Danielson, Rania Solelman. Fifth Row: Mario Melbome, Connie Quarre, Marlta Murphy, Jo McClure, Nora Perren, Arllne White, Kotherine Gustin, Charmolne Carrillo, Romy Ronson, Lisa Gaede. Sixth Row: Shannon Ball, Jennifer Bumey, Theresa Papanlkolas, Laura Noimo, Theresa Lazorisak, Judith Din, Mono Nasir, Alicia Erickson, Kim Whitehead, and Dawn Cassulo.
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TROJAN SQUIRES jj ii i.i i w i iw piia»w»»!i wj, i i ' .!Piai i| iia i ijii. uL. ' w m ' i m First Row: Jeff Calentine, Scott Englisti, Skip Smitti, Jef Leonard, Joy Dick, Garrett Creditor, Owen Creditor, Victor Ciark, David Flattum, Mike Keenan. Second Row: Kevin McCarttiy, Ctiad Carpenter, Todd Neison, Rick Sctiroger, Joe Cieveland, Bryan Furlong, Jeff Thomas, Rick McKinney, Bob Ctirisman, Greg Shue, John Hall. Third Row: David Rens, Tim Lew, Ben Dover, Todd KortDrin, Brad Hauser, Tim Southwick, Mike Block, Rich Windicsh, and David Meilman. Trojan Squires are a sopho- more men ' s service organiza- tion at the university. The group ' s activities include as- sisting at events and crowd control at football games. Their slogan is " uplift and promote " Trojan spirit throughout the university. Organizations 69
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SONGFEST COMMITTEE The Songfest Committee produces the largest student run musical production in the United States. Students from campus organizations, fraterni- ties and sororities, and resi- dence halls and apartments organize, and perform their own mini-productions. The proceeds from the annual event held at the Shrine Audi- torium go to Troy Camp. This year ' s theme was " Let the Mu- sic Play " . INTERNATIONAL PEER ADVOCATES International Peer Advocates are built in friends and advisors for foreign students. Chosen from both international and American students, they are trained to help peers from oth- er countries adjust to life at use. Through the OISS, they are able to assist with financial aid and academics, as well as sponsor social activities and get togethers. In addition, they publish the newsletter Interna- tional Student News, with arti- cles on fellow students, activities, and university infor- mation. nr«t Row: Celia Uoguno, Nathalie Mirzoyons, Annie Tanmlzl, Kellyn Ongsip. Second Row: Khurrom Shahzad, and Kostos Triantafyllou.
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