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115 IMI C EMCOE Staff 1949 EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION VOL. 1 BILLINGS, MONTANA, OCTOBER 19, 1949 NO. 4 EMCOE Fall Quarter Staff Elected EASTERN VOTES WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19 On Wednesday, October 12, 1949, the Associated Students of Eastern nominated the follow- ing candidates: For President, Bill Acheson. Duane McCurdy and Bob Sando; for Vice President, Gene Huntley. Gene was the only nominee so was automatically giv- en the office. Good luck, Gene. For Secretary, Donna Dorfler and Beverly Dirkes. For Treasurer, Bonnie Cattnach, Gene Went- worth and Laverne Richards. Immediately after these nomin- ations were closed the students joined their respective classes and nominated or elected their class officers. The results were as fol- lows: The Seniors elected the follow- ing officers, President, June Bjor- gum. Vice President, Peggy Mc- Culloch. Secretary Treasurer, Bar- bara Rookhuizen. The Juniors nominated the fol- lowing students and have planned to vote today. President, Lorraine Holden and Paul Stark. Vice Pres- ident, Dick Bjorgum and Nick Neule. Secretary, Bobby Bemer. Treasurer, Hugh Bristor and Dick Taylor. The Sophomore class elected the following officers. President, Jim Nicholson. Vice President, Bea- trice Vogel. Secretary, Cathy Free- berg. Treasurer, Jo Driscoll. The Freshman class have nom- inated and plan to vote today for the following students. President, Don Vladic, Jim Aikins, Tommy Morledge, Tom Keating, Janet Hartley, Francis Murphy. Vice President, Don Fry, Rose Barney, Dick Stork, Kathleen Baker, Pat Harrington, Joan Hargraves and Bud Gilbert. Secretary, Donna Sitzman, Vivian . Larson and Est- elle Strong. Treasurer, Tom Blankenship, Dick Knoche, Lester Hines, Loretta Nelson, and Calvin Tillison. E.M.C.O.E. SPONSORS LECTURE-CONCERT SERIES This year EASTERN will have a very outstanding entertainment program which will include five lectures by nationally known speakers on the over-all topic, \Democratic Goals\ three con- certs and two dramatic produc- tions. Lectures are scheduled for Oct. 31, when Martin Hall will discuss democratic goals in Europe; Nov. 28, when Subodh Chandra Ray, a blind Hindu philosopher, will talk on the democratic trends in India. On January 30 Robert Bradford will dwell on the part tolerance plays in a democracy. On March 6 Charles Emerson Bod- die will discuss the relationship between democracy and Christ- ianity; and on March 28 Dr. El- wood C. Nance, president of Tam- pa University, will give the edu- cational viewpoint on democracy. The Guardsman Quartet, a male foursome specializing in Gay Nin- ety songs, will appear November 9. On April 12, Jerold Fredric, a renowned pianist, will present a concert. May 3 the Mozart Trio consisting of tenor, viola, and piano is scheduled to appear. The lectures and concerts will be presented for the student body during the Assembly Hour and for the general public at a formal ap- pearance at 8:00 p.m. SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED At a meeting of the Faculty Awards Committee on Monday, October 10, scholarships were a- warded to two of the students attending EASTERN this fall quarter. The awards consisted of the P. T. A. Scholarship of $100 and the D. A. R. Scholarship of $50. Both of these were formerly a- warded to students in the spring quarter at the Annual Awards As- sembly. However, the two stu- dents to whom these scholarships were awarded, Annamae Strouf —P. T. A. and Patti Mitchel, D. A. R., did not return to EASTERN this quarter. Therefore, the a- wards were transferred to June Berg and JoAnn Cusick, respect- ively. The Awards Committee consists of Miss Rich, Chairman, Mr. Glo- ege, Dr. Cooper, Dr. Means and Bonnie Witt. Scholarships were also awarded for the current fall quarter to Jackie Harrison, Beatrice Vogel, Donna Dorfler, Donna Gloege, Du- ane McCurdy, Bernard Blood and Danny Danielson. ANNOUNCEMENT The first of the Community Concert Series for 1949 will fea- ture Arthur Kent baritone at the Fox theatre, Thursday, October 20, 1919 at 8 p. m. Dorothy Dusapin New Editor The publication of EMCOE for the fall quarter is now in full swing with editions coming out each Wednesday. As the deadline for each edition draws near, you'll find Editor Dorothy Dusapin and Associate Editor Paul Stark getting the last minute news ready to go to press. Editing the Sports Department is Otis Packwood with reporters Earl Halverson and Bob Carbone cov- ering all events. A newspaper is far from being complete without a list of social notes and this column, Social Swirls, is written by Cathy Free- berg. Babi Larson writes features. \Take it or Leave It\ is in the capable hands of \Brotha Pain\ otherwise known as Marlin Payne. All college items are taken care of by Kathleen Baker and Jo Dris- coll. Others on the staff are: Dorothy Cohn, reporter; Hugh Bristor, photographer; Bonnie Cattnach, secretary and Mrs. Brown, advi- sor. FALL PRODUCTION IS CHOSEN \Craig's Wife\ by George Kelly has been selected by director Ray J. Harshfield as EASTERN'S ma- jor dramatic production for the fall quarter. This psychological drama will be presented Novem- ber 15, 16 and 17. NEWS Frances M. Camp, Director, Ed- ucational Placement Office, Univ- ersity of Iowa, made an informal call on \Eastern\ Monday, October 3. She visited with some of the Iowa people,* on our staff, includ- ing Mr. Kent, Dr. Hines, Dr. Ver- non Cooper, Miss Groom and Mrs. Burke. *Who attended the U. of Iowa.

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