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JAMES D. HILL
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
HE class of 1933 began its career with an enrollment of two hundred and one.
This is the largest class enrolled in the college. Mr. Hill was appointed as
class advisor. The class is very grateful for his efficient leadership. As the orig-
inator of novel ideas and plans, such as the auction for Victory Day, he is un-
equalled. His rare good judgment and capability have brought the class through
a most successful year. We shall be glad to have Mr. Hill as advisor throughout
our college career.
As the largest class in school, it was fitting that the freshman class should take
its place in the activities of the school. In the Homecoming celebration, the class
did its full share. The members had charge of the decorations on the streets and
in the business places. There was also a float in the Homecoming parade.
In athletics the freshmen were well represented. There were three lettermen
in football from this class: John Schlicht, Arnold Larsen, and Charles Keilholtz.
Likewise in basketball there were three freshmen lettermen, Ed Miller, John
Schlicht, and Robert Sutherland. In the inter-class basketball tournament the
freshman team won first place. The personnel of this team was: Krueger tCap-
taint, Hammer, Sharlau, Keilholtz, Weishapple, Anderson, and Larson. In the
fall tennis tournament George Thomas, a well-known member of the freshman
class, won first place.
In forensics the class of ,33 was represented by William Hawkins and Horace
Merrill. William Hawkins was alternate 0n the negative debate squad, and entered
the finals in oratory. Horace Merrill entered the finals in oratory, and was altere
nate for extemporaneous speaking. The class has reason to be proud of their record
during their first year in college.
Among the girls the freshman class was certainly well represented. There were
four girls on the W. A. A. Executive Council. A freshman girls, volleyball team;
captained by Marian Cudd, won the tournament. There were also three girls on
the varsity basketball squad. Four freshman girls are winning letters this year.
Twenty-two girls were initiated into G. O. P. this year, many of whom served
on important committees. One of our number, Joyce Bergseng, is next years presi-
dent of Y. W. C. A.
By this necessarily incomplete summary of the activities of the class of ,33, it
will be easily seen that this class has taken an important place in the life of the
school, a place which will become increasingly important in the next few years. The
prestige and honor of the school will be upheld to its highest degree by this class.
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