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FRONT ROW: I. Jambon, M. Clark, M. Thompson, H. Koch, A. DeBolt, C. Bridge, Advisor Dean Spolyar. SECOND ROW: E. Golemba, S. Smith, J. Lampher, T. MacKensen, M. P. Jones. CAROLYN BRIDGE, President The first organization formed on campus for women students was the Associated Women Students ' Organ- ization. After a constitution was built and passed by the Student Council, the members elected officers for the year. The first officers consisted of Car- olyn Bridg e, president; Martha Thompson, vice-president; Paula Jones, secretary-treasurer; Jackie Lampher, corresponding secretary; Sunny Smith, historian, and Marilyn Clark, Publicity. Vice President Mar- tha Thompson resigned at the end of the sem ester and Barbara Sutherland was elected to that position. The AWS members began the year by serving as hostesses for Open House held in October. AWS co- sponsored, with the Oracles, a cloth- ing drive. The clothing was collected and sent to Indians in New Mexico. In February the group sponsored the first Basketball Queen contest held on campus. The Queen was presented at half-time and reigned over the dance held after the game. The International Relations Club TOP: Dr. Raymond Adams, Marguerite Stanton, Marvin Briggs, Richard Crosby, John Elder, was organized in early October, Lucille Gunn. BOTTOM: Antonia Barrymore, Hashim Maadi, Loretta Matulich, Nish ' 60. Plans for the organization were gotch, faculty adviser. originated by Hashem M. Maadi, a student from Iran and a social science major who later became the first president of the club. Nish Jamgotch, instructor in the Social Science and Foreign Language departments was the first adviser. Activities of fall and spring sem- esters included lectures and discus- sions on world problems. Plans for participation in a model United Na- tions meeting have been discussed. HASHEM M. MAADI, President 20
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Student Council members at work George Renfro Bob Walters Carolyn Bridge Stewart Rogers Everett Moore 19
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TOP ROW, left to right: Doug Dalton, Tom Walsh, Ken Smith, Art Johnson, Dean George, DickMichaels, Rod Hallworth, George Rentfro. BOTTOM ROW: Jack Hale, Arliss Janssen, Phyllis Evans, Sheri Hughes, Gail McKay, Pat Kreske, Ray Fleeman. SIC CLUB KEN SMITH, President Interested students on campus began think- ing about organizing a Snow-Ski Club in the fall of 1960. Actual plans for the club and the acquisition of an adviser were problems that were overcome easily with the help of George Turner, who is a certified snow-ski instructor at Green Valley Ski Hill in the San Bernardino Mountains. Since he is an associate professor of Biology, he offered his services as the club adviser. This spring the Snow and Water Ski Club had meetings on theory and snow ski tech - niqueadong with the informative talks given by George Turner, the group viewed many movies of snow skiing resorts in California and in the United States. One movie a week is be- coming a standard in the club. Officers include Ken Smith, president; Rod Howorth, vice-pres- ident; Gail Mckay, secretary-treasurer. 21
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