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Tl-IE WITTENBEROER 1935
The Cosmopolitan Club was organized in October, l928, by the foreign
students on the campus. Its purpose is to exemplify the ideals of sympathetic
understanding, good will, and international peace through close fellowship in
academic and social life.
International and inter-racial conferences have been held with similar
groups from Wilberforce University, Western Reserve University, and Antioch
The club presented International Night on March 30 to a large group of
interested students and people from outside the college. The program consisted
of representative songs, dances, and sketches of the various foreign countries
represented by members of the organization.
President . . . . DIMITER SPASSOFF
Vice-President , . . RICHARD STEFFEL
Secretary . . . . ULRICH LEBSANFT
Treasurer , MARY CAROLINE KRUEGER
British Guiana A
' AUBREY BOWEN
Page One Hundred Fifty-nine
. , DR. H. j. ARNOLD
DR. R. MANALICH
United States f
MARY CAROLINE KRUEGER
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Realizing that Hin unity there is strength," the men in Nlyers Hall became
definitely organized in the fall of IQ33. Their purpose was "to promote fellow-
ship and participation in activities among the men in Nlyers Hall." Frank
Jackson, '34, was elected as their first president. During the first year of its
existence this organization adopted a constitution. was officially recognized by
the college administration, and showed its strength by successfully swinging
the elections in the fall and spring of the IQ33-34 school year. This year. under
the leadership of James Keyser. the group was made a member of Boost "XV,"
succeeded in placing men in important student offices. and sponsored the first
"open house" to be held in Nlyers Hall in a number of years. ln Nlarch. I955.
a formal initiation was held for the active members of the group. who adopted
as their emblem the pin of the once powerful Dorm League of the late twenties.
Firmly established among the men's groups on the campus. this organization
is looking forward to even greater success in the future. Drs Pershing and
Bodenberg served faithfully as faculty advisers for this "up-and-coming" mcn's
group during the I934-35 school year.
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Page 164 text:
And what is a school without
its teams? They, too. serve. by
providing healthful exercise, re-
creation, and ideals of good sports-
manship. Each member of these
teams has served Wittenberg loy-
ally, and deserves our apprecia-
tion and praise.
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