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Wutinq (2U First v ' wic- — Burford, r h () m |) s o n , Lougee, Slaughtfr, Ilawkes and Stetler. SiiniiJ Kmi: — Brandt, El- liott, Ball , ' an Arsdale, Andrews, | o ti e s and Mnncskii. r tii l Riiai- — Davton, Racklitfe, Cioodell, Hus- ton, Sliogreti, Mute h, Xesdale and Ailing. I he ( )iitmo E ' lith, tttnier the captihle leadersliip ot Walt Htilly, is the tiiost infnrtiitil of our etttnpus orgatitztttioiis ;tml ttlso one of the tnost acti e. Ifunno the p;ist year, such events as barn ihincing, hikes, catioe outings, hike trips, ski trips ttiitl sktiting ptirties m;ule the club one of the most pepuhtr with the students. l)oti Richtirdsoti, Boh Hurford ;tnd lairr Jones were the other officers. tamatic (2lu!r I he Springfield I ' liesiuaiis began tlie dr;mi:itic progrtmi for the school year in the June term with the pre ' -entJition of two one-act |il;iys. Plans for the winter term mclutle the production of Max- well Anderson ' s new pl:i , ‘ ' ' Phe kwe of St. Mttrk, " as well ;is the annu;il commencement play. .Agutin the club is indebted for the guithince of Chief Simpson. Mrs Sargetint, Keyes, . lling. Faubert, (liurch, Clark, .McF.weii. (ong- don, and . d isei ' Simp- sun.
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(2lub Sponsoring inter-class athletics, promoting yood portsnlanship and upholding: the trailiti(jiis of the school are onl a few of the outstanding contributions of the arsity Club. 1 he club carries r ith it the prestige of a nienibership composed of varsit lettermen. Never to be forgotten are the “co- eils” with the bulging: muscles aiul shapeK ' curves seen on campus during initiation weelc. First Ru i: — W ' oll, ' atel■s, Hotf, Ad Iser Man tield, Havel, Moiic- k ), ( hurch, and Booth. Srcnnd Rirzi. ' — Moiitinho, Brown, Aniott, Oirist, Suiifies, (ireeiihalgh, Nel- ' ■on, and Smvke. Flu III Ro ic — Spencer, ( hri tman, . I i d k I e v , I ' hoinp on, Cox, liurfoot, •McConchie, and Taavii- ' ainen. First Rmi: — l.von and Bn rroiigh . Sri and Rmi- — Fenn, Fonipkins, Bent, and Ad- i er Sil ia. Third Roiir — I’errv, Fim- ko, W ' lllier, Smvke, Ful- ton, Campbell, Drnce, Boyd and Carver. Fourth Roiir — Mever ' , dray, Run(]ni t, Foste r, llawkes, Rofrano, Schail- ing and Dayton. Fifth Ro=iv — . Inrrav, Schoof, Balise, Christ, llirnehaugh, F ' .lliott, ami Rea rson. lub Carrying high their banner of service in the field of tuiuatics, the Aquatic Club started its years’ tictivities with ;i highly successful water c arniv;il. Participation in the aipiatic fortim at Fort I.auderdale, 1‘la., and sponsoring of the .3rd Annual .A.A.L’. meet shotved thetn to be fulK ttwtire of the needs of acpititics tothiy. 45
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First Ro’iv- — thrift, Mr . Sargeant, Burfoot, aiul Sheehan. Srcond — L o ii g e e , Owens, nisqne, Oriice, and Chapman. uniot J tom ' I ; . ; . 1 Can vc bu favors .■ Will there he enough students left h restrictions ma not allow guests to attend from am distance, mittee went ahead with plans for the af+air. It was tentatively 19th at the Hotel Kindrall. Fehruar to support a prom? I raxel Despite these uncertainties the coin- decided to hold the prom hehruart 1 his organization is primarily interested in keeping scouting alive on campus. Alain memhers of this organization act as leaders of scout groups in the communit . d he sponsor jamhorees in the city and hring their troops on campus to see our athletic events. ' The college director) is puh- lished h Alpha Phi ( )mega as a service project. Sit tint — Hoi tie Frank I in. Dr. Brock, and Dr. Hall. Stiindin — Robertson, Owens, Swart, Kalb- rieisch, and Mawhine . 47
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