Wisconsin State Teachers College - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

 - Class of 1929

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Wisconsin State Teachers College - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 193 of 224
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Mitchell, Dzubay, Abrahamsen, Amundsen, Norseng Nelson, Via, Hill, Shields, Davison, Grimm The parties are labeled with such titles as the uAnti-Bunk Party" and the "Red Progressives." The slogans adopted are most inspiring; posters are printed and flags are waved. On the final day the candidates and managers give inspiring and abusive speeches as a grand finale. This year the officers chosen were: presidents, John Dzubay and Donald Zwicky, vice-presidents, Martin Abrahamsen and Horace Merrill, secretaries, Peter Vig and Gordon Grimm, treasurers, Arno Dittbrenner and William Hawkins. Besides promoting mass meetings, distributing booster badges, and entertaining the visiting high school students who take part in the District Oratorical Contest held at River Falls, Lincolnian members this year promoted the production of Shakespearets "Julius Caesarf which was presented by the Stratford Players. The society has no dues. It makes money through promotion. JUSTIN WILLIAMS One Hundred Eighly-One

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Johnson, Mr. Williams, Wolf, Madison Luberg, Dittbrenner, Miller, Zwiclcy, Merrill, Gotham LINCOLNI AN HE Lincolnian is an organization of college men who are interested in the promotion of forensics. Meetings are held on alternate Thursdays. At these meetings 1nteresc1ng programs are glven, CUnblelIlg of dbbatcs and prULilca, humm ous and serious, all of which are on subjects of Vital interest to students of the school. A traditional feature of the organization is the initiation of new members. After the 01d members have gone through the preliminaries of voting upon those applying for admission to the society as to their eligibility, plans for initiation are made. Each new member is required to give a "soapbox" oration of not less than five minutes without notes. This speech must be given to a large crowd in the corridor. Secret initiations are also held. The election of officers is the next bomb exploded by the group to arouse cn- thusiasm. Political parties are organized with the schooYs most fluent speakers as campaign managers, and with the societyis least sensitive members ascandidatcs, for the candidates must be able to stand much abuse. JOHN DZUBAY DON ZWICKY One Hundred Eighty



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Hyde,.Slmfer, Plahn, Jalmke. Harley. Johnson, Mr. Malotf Rohde, szth, Olson, Hawkins, Peterson, Thompson, Bengston, Baker Anderson, Larson, Caudy, Johnson, Carr, Slmdstrmn, Swanson. Hanson RURAL LIFE CLUB HE Rural Life Club established for its aim this year, nDo the best you can, whenever you can, and wherever you can in rural communities." Our organiza- tion, which is made up of all the students taking the rural course, has met every two weeks. We have had programs which were of special interest and value to us in preparing fOr rural teaching. These were planned by Adaline Garley and Ruth Hall. Our members have also taken part in rural community programs. At our first meeting Howard Hardlie was elected president. Frances Carr, our vice-president, had good opportunity to demonstrate her ability. Joseph Hyde played the part of a Scotchman in taking care of our financial affairs. Bernice Hawkins kept the minutes as close as Joe kept the pennies. At the beginning of the second term four students were sent to each of the three practice schools for six weeks, living in the community and taking part in its ac- tivities. At the end of their term their places were taken by twelve or fourteen more, who went hesitatingly and returned the same Way. We were supervised by the critic at the school and by Miss Graustad, Who put in her appearance almost every day, rain or shine, roads or no roads; sometimes shakingly welcomed, but as her visits meant help in our work we soon appreciated her coming. HOWARD HARDIE LILLIAN Woous One Hundred Eighty-Two

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