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Pictured is the bi-monthly meeting of the Student Union Board. Anything that has anything to do with the student union comes under the jurisdiction of the SUB. Members are chosen by vote of students in the spring, and offi- cers are selected within the group. Left to right: Marvin Carter, president; Sue Thompson, secretary; Peggy Denny, alumni; June Hamilton, treasurer; Ginger Ramus, Jim Wrightson. Standing, left to right: Angeline Ekstrand, faculty member; Dave Williams, vice-president; Mac Tipton, Don Rider and Carol Saunders, director of student activities. Absent were M. E. Johnson and Dean Price, faculty members. Students Advised to Submit BM Applications DRIVE INN 3 Big Boys to Serve You 1041 Broadwater Ave. First Avenue South Rimrock and and 37th Street Airport Road PLEASE DON'T LITTER THE STREETS OF BILLINGS Page 4 EMCOE March 13, 1959 Applications for the April 30, 1959 administration of the College Quali- fication Test are now available at Selective Service System local boards throughout the country. Eligible students who intend to take this test should apply at once to the nearest Selective Service local board for an application and a bul- letin of information. Following instructions in the bul- letin, the student should fill out his application and mail it immediately in the envelope provided to SE- LECTIVE SERVICE EXAMINING SECTION, Educational Testing Serv- GRANDVIEW SERVICENTER 3020 Grandview Blvd. Just south of the Administration Building 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 Student Union Board Reveals Dance Dates The Commencement Ball, Eastern's big Spring quarter formal dance, will be held May 23, the Student Union Board announced Tuesday. They further revealed the dates of other dances scheduled the next quarter, Jim Wrightson, Board mem- ber, said. They are Spinster's Spree May 1; IK date dance April 24; and two mixers scheduled for April 3 and May 9. He pointed out that the IK date dance will be held during the na- tional IK convention to be held on Eastern's campus. Also the Spinster's Spree dance will be sponsored by the Women's Residence Hall. \It Pays to Increase Your Word Power\ From Readers Digest (1) eject—A: to throw out. B: ex- claim. C: jump out. D.: jump up. (2) inject—A: to begin. B.: pry open. C: put into. D: cry out. (3) introspection — A: official in- quiry. B: self-examination. C: unwarranted intrusion. D: home- sickness. (4) retrospection—A: a survey of past events. B: depression. C: interest directed toward oneself. D: investigation. (5) deduce—A: to take away from. B: deceive. C: infer. D: in- fluence. ice, P. 0. Box 586, Princeton, New Jersey. Applications for the April 30 test must be postmarked no later than midnight, April 9, 1959. According to Educational Testing Service, which prepares and admin- isters the College Qualification Test for the Selective Service System, it will be greatly to the student's ad- -Continued on Page 6, Col. 2