Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, January 25, 1951, Image 1

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IMI C I VOL. 4, NO. 11 BILLINGS, MONTANA JANUARY 25, 1951 EASTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE KNIGHTS PLEDGE FOUR SOPHOMORE MEN Four sophomore pledges were introduced to the Intercollegiate Knights at their regular meeting Tuesday. These pledges will be called pages during their initiation period and were selected to fill depleted ranks vacant because of transfers to other schools and enlistments or inductions to the armed services. The pages were told to note carefully the goal of the I.K.s which is to promote service, sacrifice and loyalty to one's college. These pledges are Les Heins, Marvin Crook, Phil Huntley and Don Vladic. At present the club has the following members: Earl Halver- son, duke; Tom Keating, scribe; Bub Gilbert, chancellor of ex- chequor; Pat Harrington, expan- sion officer; Rueben Schlaht; ad- viser; John Kaltenbach, junior ad- viser; Bill Acheson, junior ad- viser; Tom Blankenship, Tom Morledge, Bob Wakenshaw and Jerry Sullivan. The I.K.s are planning to attend the national convention at Salt Lake City, Utah, this spring. Host for the convention is the Scalper chapter from the University of Utah. Expansion has been the main goal of the 1950-51 school year for this service club. At present, Eastern's Stinger chapter is work- ing to form two new chapters in Montana. These chapters are at Carroll College and Northern Montana College. Les Heins sent his scoring av- erage skyward last week end when 11 , ?. made 25 and 24 points in two games against the North- ern Lights. Heins has a total of 224 points in 11 games for a 20.4 average. Keith Thomas kept hold of second place on the Jackets' scoring list with 113 counters in 10 games for a 11.3 average. Learn Your Yells Yellow—Blue Yellow Blue Follow Through Rah-Rah (Cheerleaders) Who Yellowiackets! Student MEA Local Hears Helena Report Reports of the MEA Delegate Assembly which was held in Hel- ena highlighted the last meeting of the Eastern student local MEA. Taking part in the panel discus- sion were Jim Nicholson, Round- up, moderator; Cleona Smith, Hel- ena; Faye Dolve, Ryegate; Caro- lyn Sigg, Joliet, and John Lack- man, Laurel. Another feature of the meeting was the breakfast for delegations from all Montana student locals given by the Eastern MEA. Miss Smith was elected as vice president to replace Earl Harfield, Shepherd, who has enlisted in the air force. Darlene Moon, Laurel, was appointed to succeed Faye Dolve as program chairman. (Continued on Page 2) New Books Added to Eastern Library About one hundred new books have been added to the Eastern Montana College library and are ready for use. They have been on display in the library reading room and are now on the shelves in the stockroom. These books cover a great many fields, which include history, education, art, automotive and aircraft mechanics, medicine, bird . and animal life, sports, child de- (Continued on Page 2) RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS MAY BE ADDITION ON E.M.C.E. CAMPUS With an eye toward keeping more of Eastern's male students in school, attempts are being made to secure ROTC at Eastern. The ROTC committee, combined with the War Service Credits com- mittee, has been investigating the possibilities of organizing either an ROTC or an NORTC unit on the campus. The joint committee, made up of students and faculty, is composed of Dr. Harlan C. Hinies, chairman; Mr. Arthur E. Soulsby, co-chairman; Mr. George H. Gleoge, Mr. Ralph W. Kent, Mr. Wm. S. Weichert and Miss Mar- jorie Stevenson representing the faculty and Tom Anderson, Bob Deming, Tim Mullowney, Dick Prill and Millard Simineo repre- senting the students. \The committee is further in- vestigating the possible use of educational training for military service. We do, however, have hopes that some type of military training will be established,\ stated Mr. Soulsby. Several meetings have been held with army and navy repre- sentatives, but nothing definite is known yet. Much depends on Congress, which is the final de- ciding factor. Gilbert, Harrington Begin Dance Work Bud Gilbert and Pat Harring- ton have been named co-chair- men of the annual Sweetheart ball by the sophomore class. The ball will be presented in the Eastern gym February 23 start- ing at 9 p.m. Fredrick's orchestra will furnish the music for the dance. Gilbert and Harrington have been working the past week mak- ing committee assignments. These assignments are: Refreshment— Bud Gilbert, chairman; Bob Car- bone, Joanne Fisher, Marjorie Shuyler and Pat Harrington. Dec- oration—Lorraine Ness, chairman; Don Vladic, Tom Blankenship, Tom Kilpatrick, Greg Clavadet- scher, Bill Sorg, Mr. William Weichert and Mr. \Shorty\ Al- terowitz. Sweetheart — Jan Hartle y, . chairman; Mr. Weickert, Carolyn McCoy, Richard Prill, Millard Simineo, Virginia Vicinus and Jim Huff. Publicity—Edna Mae Southworth, chairman; Jerine Grimstad, Neil Keefer and Betty Zeiler. Entertainment—John Vis- ser and Les Heins. Clean-up— all sophomores. Any sophomore who has not been appointed to a committee and who wishes to work on one, contact the chairman of the de- sired committee. There will be a list of committee meetings and committees posted on the bulletin board. CALENDAR OF EVENTS January 25, Thursday 12:30 p.m.—Ski Club, 207. 12:30 p.m.—Business Club, 109. 4 and 8 p.m.—\Duck Soup\ and \The Barber Shop.\ January 26, Friday 7:30 p.m.—Volleyball, everyone, gym. January 27, Saturday 6:00 a.m.—Ski Club leaves for West Yellowstone. January 29, Monday 7:30 p.m.—WAA, gym. January 30, Tuesday 12:05 p.m.—IK's, 109. 8:00 p.m.—BB, Eastern vs. Rocky, gym. January 31, Wednesday 12:30 p.m.—Ayuda, 109. 7:30 p.m.—Katoya, Green Room. February 1, Thursday 12:30 p.m.—Ski Club, 207. 8:00 p.m.—BB, Eastern vs. Carroll, gym. Women's Honorary Picks New Name White skirts and white sweat- ers worn by a group of sopho- more women on Wednesdays and at school functions are the mark of Ayuda, according to President Jan Hartley. The Spanish word meaning \she helps,\ was selected last week as the new name o fthe service group which has previously been known as Spurs. With the exception of name and emblem, the organization remains the same. Eventually, it is hoped, EMCE will receive a national Spur charter. Until that time, Ayuda will operate in the spirit and service of Eastern, Miss Hart- ley said.

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 25 Jan. 1951, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1951-01-25/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.