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Anderson, Kahl, Klein, U. Nelson, McIntyre, Igueit, Yuhnke. 0. Olson, Swanson, Graham, sz'cky,
Barker, Thompson, Freeman, Flottum. Carlton, Fritz, Cook, Chicker, N. Johnson, Zeddies, Wolf
Mr. Jacobson Mdvison, L. Larson, H.
Dittbrenner, Hanson, Thurston
Warner, Sanford, Salquist, Merrill.
Lamphere, Greyorson. Lloyd, Abrahamsen. Madison. Wick, Morton. Neitzlce, Glass, Lund. ledeen.
YOUN G MEN'S
LYLE LAMPHERE -
MAn'rxx ABRAHAMSEN -
ZENAS Bums -
ADOLPH SALQUIST -
FLOYD MILLEn. -
PHILIP MERRILL -
Jonx DZUBAY -
GEORGE THOMAS -
LEROY LUBERG -
GLEN LUND - -
IRWIN TAYLOR -
One Hundred Seventy
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During the first part of the year many of the programs were for freshmen.
Several joint meetings with the Y. M. C. A. resulted in a better understanding of
the closely related aims. Community relations and world fellowship were discussed,
and lecturers from Minneapolis discussed social service work.
The second part of the work was devoted to a close study of personality. Be-
ginning with exterior things like etiquette, clothes, leading into discussions of books,
men and women relations, and ending with topics like ttFinding Myself," the series
was enjoyed by most of the girls of the school.
Two assembly programs put on at Christmas and Easter with the help of the
Y. M. C. A. were very appropriate and impressive.
The financial program of the Association has been one of expansion. To begin
with, fifty dollars was pledged to the National Council, part to be for the World
Student Christian Federation, and part for work at home. The various social ob-
ligations, plus the sum needed for Geneva delegates, brought the total budget to
about two hundred dollars. .
To begin to raise the necessary amount, the pledges of individual members were
called for. Various committees worked constantly at candy and sandwich sales.
The second annual Dime Day was a big success. At the end of the year every
obligatiori was fulfilled.
Socially, the highlight of the program was the Party of the Nations, 3 national
masquerade held early in the year. The Christmas party for the Social Room was
sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. Because of its varied activities and program, the
Y. W. C. A. appeals to most of the girls of the campus and every year more mem-
bers take an active part in some phase of the work. It is hoped that each year its
sphere of influence may widen until in the end it helps every girl.
One Hundred Sixty-Nine
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Scharlau, Nelson, Hanstm, Penn, Mitchell, 0. Hanson, Merrill, Weber, Crane, Chapman
Elmblade, Neilson, Miller, Fischer, A. Johnson, Olson, Pauling, L. Warner, Dzubay, Rhode, Scheuler
Howard, Turner. Enloe. Luberg, Strong, Segerstrom, Vig, Gotham, Bernsttm, Smith
THIS year has been as big a year for the Y. M. C. A. as any in the history of the
association. The organization has promoted a worthwhile program, ever alert
to changes in modern thought, endeavoring at all times to make the nY" an or-
ganization of service to the student body right here at River Falls.
The weekly meetings have continued to emphasis the spiritual values of life.
Joint devotional meetings With the Y. W. C. A. and N. C. A. have been sponsored
on special occasions along with several assembly programs and pageants.
Discussion groups and open forums have been a regular and valuable part of
the yearly schedule. To appreciate the viewpoints of others, a number of foreign
students from other colleges and universities were secured to present their side of
current topics that concern modern youth.
The uY" has endeavored to foster at River Falls the best possible faculty and
student relationships. Faculty and students have rubbed elbows at all the "Y"
social functions; and for the hrst time, a faculty-student banquet was given, Which
proved decidedly successful.
In a social way the iiYi, has taken a bigger part on the campus than ever before.
The opening all-school mixer, the annual stag party, the faculty-student banquet,
and the joint picnic with the Y. W. C. A. and N. C. A. provided good, wholesome
Large and influential delegations have been sent to all district meetings and
conferences throughout the year.
JAMES P. JACOBSON
One Hundred Seventy-One
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