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Page 81 text:
S. C. A. Kingston E. Atwood . John B. Sutliffe . Robert O. Steele . William M. Stanton . Tech S. C. A. is the first organization Fresh¬ men contact on the debut at the Hill. Throughout the four years this organization con¬ tinues as a focal point for a student’s actions. The work this year followed along the lines estab¬ lished by precedent. At the beginning of the year the customary Freshman program was held with cider, doughnuts and cheese predominating. Pre¬ ceding the reception, members of the S. C. A. Cabi¬ net aided the new class in its organization work. Part time employment was found for many. The annual Tech Carnival which the Association con¬ ducts was again a huge success. . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer As in the past the fraternities cooperated with the S. C. A. for the conduction of the discussion groups. The attendance at these groups and the subjects dis¬ cussed signified their increasing popularity and effectiveness. The most constructive function of the S. C. A. is the maintenance of the daily chapel period in Sinclair Hall. This year a wide range of interesting speakers drew a large attendance each day. Student speakers were also introduced on several occasions and were well received. Page seventy-nine
Page 80 text:
NEWMAN CLUB JDACK in 1915 the Catholic Club, now known as the Newman Club, was first organized. Then, as now, its purpose was to assist its members to be true to their religion and to further high ideals. In 1917 the Newman Club was accepted by the Federa¬ tion of College Catholic Clubs, a membership which it now enjoys. The Newman Club at Tech has made rapid strides since its organization, until it is now one of the most Francis S. Harvey ..... President Thomas E. O’Neil .... Vice-President Neil Fitzgerald ..... Secretary Runald V. DeFeo ..... Treasurer Dr. Charles J. Burns .... Advisor popular clubs on the Hill. The program for the year started with a Triduum held on Thursday, Fri¬ day, and Saturday of the first week of college at Immaculate Conception Church. Following that was a Communion Breakfast on Palm Sunday. Colonel Edward Hayes of the U. S. Army, the prin¬ cipal speaker, gave an interesting talk on " Mexico.” The final event of the year was the annual Newman Club Ball held in Sanford Riley Hall. Page seventy-eight
Page 82 text:
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Henry S. Fuller . Howard W. Haynes Walter E. Lang, Jr. Prof. Paul R. Swan ' " ORIGINALLY intended as an organization for foreign students enrolled at Tech this club finally opened its doors to American born students interested in foreign affairs. At the present time no foreign students claim membership. The first meeting of the year was the annual reception to students who are sons of alumni. The following meetings included talks by members who . President Vice-President . Secretary . Faculty Advisor have visited foreign shores and who detailed inci¬ dents of their trips. Several outside speakers also appeared and led discussions on topics of current interest. One of the highlights of the year’s activity was a description of the new Sweden by Prof. Paul R. Swan. The Cosmopolitan Club offers a wide range of subjects for discussions and is a help in broadening the student’s outlook. Page eighty
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