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Page 48 text:
Sill I III — Brow n. Sheehan, I’merv, Moncsko, and Dr. Ihompson. StiinJirit — Christman, Havel, Tripp, Thompson, Burgess, Ma nes, Kol ert- son, and Mcliwen. Student S June 1 1 riu- Studfiir Cmincil is of urimist sionihcancc, espcciallt in these times, in cuordinatintr the facultt, the students anil the administration, and in the fzeneral problem of campus government. Workintt in cooperation with the Athletic Hoard and the Social Actisities Hoard, the council tries to administrate with fairness and e pedienc , the retrulation of campus activities. Hecause of lack of funds this tear, the " Student " had to resort to bitveeklt publication. Never- theless, under the leadership of Jen y Zornow , Scott .Matnes and Hoh Smith, the pajicr continued to be popular on campus. Featured in each issue were Havel ' s sport column, I ' id-Hits, the War Path and an interesting ' tariett of news and advertisniL ' . hirst — . ndrews. t hurch, and , iulerson. Siiniid Cere — P ' oster, Smith. Zornow, Matru- ' . Rvesan, and l.inifree. I ' hird — Sictler, No- ak, ( ati-s. Stone, W ilbur, l I wens. Bed ini, , motl , ( )|son, Bovd, Contidon, ,tnd Tompkins Sp Lin ’ leld Student 42
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A ‘1 First Ro=u; — Sturges, I ' ownsend, Bratton, and Eaton. Second Ro’u: — Cox, Brock, and Mansfield. ■fltkUtlc Soatd. At present, the Athletic lioard under chairman Dr. Fred liratton is uncertain as to its aiimin- istrative status. Fo date it has the powers to approte numeral and letter awards, budgets and schetl- ules, but the members feel that a tlefinition of its administrative powers will make the organization a more efficient one. Fhe Social Activities Hoard guides the activities of all campus organizations. l ime and place of functions must be alloted so that plans of separate organizations ill not conflict. Another function of the board is apportionment of funds according to need. Its chief aim is the deceloprnent of a well- roundeii social program. First Roze — Cox, Bally, Rutenber, Robertson, and Wina ns. Second Ro-zc — Hicks, Pond, and FI off. 43 Social Hoatd
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