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:: ' ,. •mo ....• •■•■■ m Its » a •« • f « ■ • !»5. i ' • •■ ' :: ' ■ I ■(■.•■a «»; »;. ;» ' B-f« i i! »« »« «»« ill « i je 8S «« ««» Jii • ft t» at » »i1 i ' ' I M « . ..iM « it »t •« l! Ji ' ' v ' iSlB.iE;! : an • axii ill • gJHt ll1 1 -»r The Senate members in session include from left to right, Jim Jenkins, Fresh- man class President, Meredith Helm, Junior class Representative; Steve Altig, Junior class President, Betty Eakin, ASB Secretary; Tom Carey, ASB Vice- President; Dean Bristow, Senate Advisor; Dennis Rosene, Senior class Repre- sentative; Vic Hausmaninger, ASB Treasurer; Terry George, Senior class Presi- dent; Jack Clement, Graduate Representative. The Senate This year OSC initiated a new step in student government, that of a student Senate. Proven successful, this governing body now serves on important function in our college student govern- ment. The Senate ' s powers include the authority and responsibility of initiating and adopting all legislative measures necessary for creating and maintaining policies, procedures, and commis- sions in all areas in which the Associated Stu- dents have jurisdiction. Those hard-working and faithful Senate members above have proven to be good examples for future OSC Senators. 12
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Tom Carey, as A.S. Vice-President per- forms the duties of the President in his absence, serves as parliamentarian at all meetings of the Student Council, is re- sponsible for the actions ' of the AS Com- missioners and succeeds the President when he is no longer able to perform his duties. Betty Eakin, serving as A.S. Secretary, is responsible for taking accurate notes of all Student Council meetings and seeing that those minutes are available to Coun- cil members, faculty advisors and inter- ested students. She also handles official correspondence of the Student Council and organizes and files material pertain- ing to student affairs. Vic Hausmaninger, A.S. Treasurer, is re- sponsible for A.S. funds. He serves as chairman of the Finance Commission and is ex officio member on all joint commis- sions and committees that spend or collect A.S. funds. 11
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The Judiciary Piesi- Frederick Bradshaw Judicial Board Richard Robinson Judicial Board At the beginning of the fall sennester, 1963, the revised constitution of the associated students brought into being the student judiciary board, which consisted of five members and an Attorney General. All of these officials are appointed by the AS President, subject to confirmation by the Senate. Members of the judicial board are required to hove a Junior class standing and may not be a member of any other part of student government. The board rules on disagreements as to constitutionality, legality or jurisdiction of points in student government. They are the official interpreters of the constitution, and also determine the qualifications of student candidates for office or commission. The judiciary board is also the municipal court of the student body, and rules on all violations of AS policies, legis- lation, or regulations. The attorney general has the duty of preparing all cases to be presented before the judicial board, and acts in the role of a prosecuting attorney. Ronald Carmony, Judicial Board Marlene Jack, Judicial Board William Dillon, Judicial Board Ronald Forsyth Attorney General 13
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