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The Pep Club \shaker party\ involved in deep concentration as they prepare shakers which will soon add color to Eastern's football games. Pep Club Shakes it; Look for New Members Organized confusion keynoted the Pep Club \shaker party\ Friday eve- ning Oct. 10 in the Student Union concluding get acquainted activities for approximately thiry five poten- tial freshman members. Each girl made from two to four shakers out of blue and gold crepe paper under the supervision of Anna J i m e n o, Orene Price and Nancy Stickelberger. At the conclusion of the party, with the floor, chairs and piano lit- tered with debris, vows were made that there would be a \whole lot of shakin' goin' on\ by pep members at Eastern's next football game. October 17, 1958 EMCOE Page 3 Spurs Go To Bozeman For Regional Meeting Nineteen delegates from Eastern's chapter of Spurs will attend the re- gional convention to be held on the campus of Montana State college Nov. 7-9, Carole Baird revealed Tuesday. Other groups of Spurs from out of state planning to attend the convention include chapters from Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Over 14 colleges from these states will send delegates, Miss Baird stated. The Spurs is a national organiza- tion founded Feb. 14, 1922 by the Mortar Board at Montana State col- lege. Since then the Spurs have grown nationally to 34 college chap- ters in 12 states. In 1958 this service group of sophomore women on East- ern's campus was initiated into na- tional Spurs at the national conven- tion held in Los Angeles during June. The Spurs is a service organiza- tion. Some services offered by the Spurs are ushering at games, con- certs, plays, registration assistants, and aiding in Orientation week. Want To Sell Something? Do you have something to sell, trade, or give away? Then list your item in the EMCOE classified column to begin soon. Rates are 70 cents for 35 words. Hallmark Cards, Cosmetics Cameras and Film Pens, Gifts, Candy Jewelry, Stationery 6-Hr. Photo Finishing MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY Ray C. Steiner Registered Pharmacist Airport Road at Poly RIMS BARBER SHOP THE FINEST IN HAIRCUTS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN Appointments 4 Poly Drive Ph. 2-6727 Across from the Campus Business Club Elects Kosel New President Eastern's Business club held its first meeting Tuesday, Oct. 7 and elected new officers according to Sue Thompson. Elected as president was Marvin Kosel. Other officers elected included Miss Thompson, vice-presi- dent, Larry McClough, secretary- treasurer. Miss Angeline Ekstrand is the club's advisor. The next meeting of the Business club will be held Tuesday, Oct. 21 in the SUB at 7:30 p.m. All business students are invited to attend. MADRIGALIANS —continued from Page 1 The Brass Choir, under the direc- torship of R. Colwell, consists of cor- netists Janice LaVelli, Pat Nelson, French horns Warren Frank, Po Murry, baritone horns, Audreysu Hagerness, trombone Virginia Wil- liams and tuba Bud Ridemour. GRAND LANES BOWLING ALLEYS Free Bowling Instruction Any Afternoon \Learn to Bowl the Right Way\ 2032 Grand Ave. Phone 2-0300 \More of the Best for Less\ YOUR FOODTOWN STORE THE FOODLINER 1233 N. 27th — Billings