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v9l. XVI No. 4
COUNCIL APPROVES BUDGET; STUDENT-FACULTY BOARD ACTS TODAY
Members of Student Council voted unanimously for the proposed budget at a
special meeting Thursday at 5 o'clock. During the fifth period today, the Student-
Faculty Board will meet to give their approval or disapproval of the budget. As
passed by Council the budget is as follows:
4 Womenls Club I'
College Arts Society
The money-alloted for social activities will be used for the con . ation dinne
three major dances (the Thanksgiving dance, the AFROTC Ball, and the T7Aydance), t
spring allpollege pienic„ and various parties, ,:The exact amounts to be assigned
for each event will be decided by the social committee, which is headed by Norm Ha
and - Jack Denciran.
The decision on basketball came after Student Council had conducted a surveY
anoig the members of the student body. Council voted unanimously for sponsoring
a lihsktball tear, which will cost almost a third of the proposed budget. .
Pesponse among the men concerned was sounded out when Yr. Peightal, the facult
director of athletics, called a meeting at. which 17 men signed up for the team.
Plans are now being made to get this extensive program underway.
yapagitg Editor: George Ma,ttrian
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October 16, 1953