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TECH COUNCIL John R. Casey . William E. Carew . Richard M. Elliott . David McEwan . . . . P resident . Senior Class President . Junior Class President Sophomore Class President NE of the important organizations on the Hill is the Tech Council. Serving as an advisory body, the Council, at its bi-weekly meetings dis¬ cusses and recommends policies and actions on gen¬ eral matters involving both faculty and students. Prominent among the activities sponsored by this group is the annual Tech At Home Day held during the spring to acquaint prospective students with the Institute. Various athletic contests also receive at¬ tention from the Council, for this organization for some time has awarded athletic charms to men graduating who have distinguished themselves in the major sports. Working always for the good of the College, the Council has used its influence to eliminate hazing and to substitute a less harmful expression of class discipline, such as the paddle rush staged at one of the early fall football games. The Council, as supervisor of the point system, has done much work in aiding students to apportion their activities sanely. With its large membership which includes representatives of the numerous stu¬ dent activities, the Council is striving for the best interests of the student body and the Institute as a whole. Page seventy-seven
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NEWMAN CLUB JDACK in 1915 the Catholic Club, now known as the Newman Club, was first organized. Then, as now, its purpose was to assist its members to be true to their religion and to further high ideals. In 1917 the Newman Club was accepted by the Federa¬ tion of College Catholic Clubs, a membership which it now enjoys. The Newman Club at Tech has made rapid strides since its organization, until it is now one of the most Francis S. Harvey ..... President Thomas E. O’Neil .... Vice-President Neil Fitzgerald ..... Secretary Runald V. DeFeo ..... Treasurer Dr. Charles J. Burns .... Advisor popular clubs on the Hill. The program for the year started with a Triduum held on Thursday, Fri¬ day, and Saturday of the first week of college at Immaculate Conception Church. Following that was a Communion Breakfast on Palm Sunday. Colonel Edward Hayes of the U. S. Army, the prin¬ cipal speaker, gave an interesting talk on " Mexico.” The final event of the year was the annual Newman Club Ball held in Sanford Riley Hall. Page seventy-eight
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