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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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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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tudant ktL6tLan -O ociatlon I lie pu!■p() (• of tlic S.C.A. i to tiniulatc the rl■li iou elemeiit that l cliarai:teri ric of most in- (lixiihials aiiii to searcli for w a s in which its mcmhcrs can Itc of sciwice to the college. Hiweekh meet- in;js consist ot worship, discussion, recreation and refreshments. .Monthls esper services ;ire sponsored h the opjani ation to substitute for the chapel periods found m manv colleites. I Wit Halil), K.np|), and I ' .llisnii, SiionJ vfoc — . lavnes. Hauer, Ktheridjje, OwtU ' , Ailviser riiomp ' Dii, and Hui font, T hn i AHy-re — ( o eenhaigh, Swanson, Stone, Hlond, W ' illier, Fealiodv, Tiinko, n. Smith, a nil (irav, Foiirt i Rihii ' — Christ, Mil- ler, Woodworth, Sho reii, Kraft, Kicharils, Rohin- son, and riiompson. ,S II I II ! — ( I reenh algh, Mrni ' e, . d iser WVck- w e r t h. .Mid lev, and ( onodon. Sl iiiJiiii — I’rnv, l.von, Hurrdi.im, |ohnson, Idt- chka, H me. .Miller, Ivth- eridne, Swainson, Hurton, Thau, Hrav, T, Smith, and M ( ' ))nchie. M.atoon Kctj ocletij 1 he Maroon Kev Societv, the sophomore service ofoam ation on ctimpus, cares for rival teams visitiiiR the college. .Memhers attend to reception on arrival, accommodations, tours of the campus, and personal retpiests. In .addition, the club’s social prooram included dances, sleitzh rides and oiitint s. Work of this orRani .ation rocs far towairds promotinrr t ood will between the college and its athletic riv.als. 48
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