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Natte--Roger B. (Classes of 1960 and 1966)

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Title Date Summary
1 Asian studies scholarships given here
College Eye 52:34, p.3
6/23/1961 Five win scholarships to attend summer program on Asia.
2 Pi Gamma Mu Holds Group Discussion
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1960 Pi Gamma Mu is the social science fraternity. The organization is sponsored by Dr. H. Thompson. Meetings and "get togethers" were held mostly group discussions between faculty and students.
3 Cheerleaders, Pep Council Sponsor Migrations
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1959 The Pep Council promotes school spirit at athletic events and at all other social functions; also, the cheerleaders helped sponsor the trip to Augustana , and made a trip to Mankato for another football game; photo.
4 Pi Gamma Mu Discusses Use of Social Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.187
6/1/1959 Pi Gamma Mu is a National Social Science Honor Organization; they have discussions at their regular meetings on the future of the Republican party, the uses of social sciences in meeting current race problems, and the benefits of foreign travel; photo.
5 Tau Kappa Epsilon Wins Football Intramurals
Old Gold 0:0, p.217
6/1/1959 Tau Kappa Epsilon participated in all intramural activities, and won the football championship; they even held a Christmas caroling party and a chili supper with their sister, Tau Sigma Delta; the Red Carnation Ball was an elaborate Spring event; photo.
6 Pep Council Stumulates Spirit
Old Gold 0:0, p.241
6/1/1958 Pep Council not only promotes campus spirit during athletic events, but also in social functions on campus; photo.
7 Tekes attend national conclave
Old Gold 0:0, p.259
6/1/1958 Fall was highlighted by the French Underground Party and a pheasant feed. The Red Carnation Ball was held in the spring. A delegation attended the national meeting in Bedford Springs, Pennsylvania; photo.

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