Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 13
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 13

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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Recreation Abounds in U.I.U. area Students at U. L U. have many opportunities for recreational activities during leisure hours, reaching beyond the normal social activities found on any college campus. On campus there are two newly remodeled bowling lanes, two new tennis courts, and the University swimming pool. Students are welcome to use the golf course facilities of the country clubs at nearby West Union and Sumner. For those who like to hunt and fish and woods and streams throughout Fayette county abound in wild life. Streams are regularly stocked with trout by the State Conservation commission, and other fish such as bass, bullheads, carp and suckers are to be found in profusion. During the hunting season, hunters will find plenty of pheasant, squirrel and rabbit ana occasionally deer when the county is open for deer 'season. During the winter months many students find tobogganing, sledding, and ice skating to be exhilarating recreation. For those students whose interests are more along the romantic line, they will soon become familiar with such trysting places as Big 'Rock, the Cut, Eagles Point, and Albany bridge. ORGANIZATIONS David Bohlen, B.S.. M.S., instructor in chemistry, joined the University in 1961, Upper Iowa graduate, class of 1959. Mrs. Esther L. Liffring, B.A., M.A., J.D., professor of business and education, joined the University in 1954. (continued from page 24) Young Democrats The U. L U. chapter of the Young Democrats was received last spring and hopes to increase its membership to 100 members before the November election. The Young Democrats not only sponsor political programs,.' but actually work in practical politics. The group is presently trying to schedule debates and discussions between candidates who are running for office this fall. Last spring they helped sponsor a pre-primary program which featured the Democratic candidates for the U. S. Senate, for Governor, and for the ' U. S. House of Representatives. All interested students are invited' to join the Young Democrats. Then- first meeting is at 2:30., Thursday, September 13. 1962. in room 2<H of the Colgrove-Walker building. Pi Kappa Delta The oldest organization en campus is the national honorary forensic fraternity, Pi Kappa Delta. The group has been an active organization nere for more than 40 years. It is the purpose of Pi Kappa Delta to stimulate progress in and to further the interests of intercollegiate speech activities and communication in an effort to provide functional leadership training for life, and at the same time encourage a spirit of fellowship, brotherly cooperation, and incentive 1 for achievement Eligibility to Pi Kappa Delta is dependent upon participation in intercollegiate , forensics. Anyone interested in participating fn debate, discussion, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, interpretative .reading, after-dinner speaking, or listening—regardless of past experp ience-is invited, to attend the first regular meeting of the dub on Thursday, September 13, 1962, in room 204 of the Colgrove-Walker building, at 3:30 p. m. Russian Club The newest organization on campus is the Russian . club. The group was formed by members of the Russian language • classes last spriftg. The aims of the Russian club are to further interest in, and knowledge' of, Russia and to lead to a better understanding of all aspects of Russian society. The only qualification for eligibility is an .interest in learning more about Russia. The first meeting of the club wiE be'held at 4:30 P. M. in room 204 of the Colgrove- Walker building, on Thursday, September 13, 1962. Social and Political Issues Club This club is a new organization composed of those interested in social and political study. They sponsor such events as International Relations Day, studeafcsii of the as an .body. The their respective' meetings twice : n sponsors and cacpus activities*" as- Campus Clean Up Bay andfoi special all-college events 1 cur during the-year/ dent organization 'alsox periodic recommendation3?fa>;the' 1 faculty concerning, student proD- lems and needs.' ' *"/ 'IfV'V.i t "'., T' 1 "- i '-.*• The 'oldest social organization' for women at U. L TT^'KEB was founded in 1919 fprjtiref'purpose of promoting wholesome/social • * „ „„.,, activity. It strives to develop students 5 girls into wonien-'of high moralig^: ^p^v.^ character and likeable: personals- "^*^*^ ties. 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