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Coordinating Group Inter-Club Council Promotes Activities EXTRACURRICULAR activities are a valuable means toward the end of a liberal education, as important as academic study. Membership in cam¬ pus clubs provides valuable practical experience in countless aspects of learning such as training in leadership and cooperation, skills which could never be developed only through classroom study. A club for almost every interest is available on the City College campus. Special-interest groups constitute the majority of the organizations; how¬ ever, political, religious, and social clubs are also well-represented. Clubs participate in many all-campus activities each semester, including competitions for points held for Homecoming in the fall and Pioneer Day in the spring. They also host speakers, sponsor the majority of the after-game dances, and undertake various service projects, such as raising money for charities and campaigning to preserve campus grass. At the semi-annual Student Government Ban¬ quet in June, trophy awards were presented to the winners of the competition for Best Large Club and Best Small Club on campus. ORGANIZATION MEN—Inter-club Council President Bob " Kelly” Lang poses with Vice-President Daryl " Scotty” Wilson in a rare moment of repose. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL —Row one: Heidi Mefford, Pat Foster, Zonia Resendez,- Drena Ward, Carolyn Jacobs, Diana Land, Jan Blakkolb, Claire Mason, Connie Hilliard. Row two: Ron Brandenburg, Mike McKinley, Judee Warner, Stanley Kawamura, Clyde Ruiz, Gilbert Daggett. Row three: George Burnash, Patricia Barr, Pam Sanders, Harlan El¬ ler, Bill Hawkins, Michael Del Orto, Tom Turner. Row four: Steve Flood, Daryl Wilson, Bob Lang, Jeff Wilson.
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