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(Continued from pages 4 and 5) The Cyclone Aides In Action at Ames tration, and ending late in the evening after all activities were completed. They delivered students to all their meetings, conducted walking tours and bus tours of the campus for students and parents, joined them at meals, led informal discussions with parents and students in separate groups, and took part in evening entertainment programs. They answered thousands of questions that ranged from "Where will Jane do her laundry?" to "How many books are there in the Library?" In their cardinal and gold outfits (the I.S.U. colors) they were distinctive on the Ames campus. And for the 7,000 students and parents who met them, the 21 Aides—13 men and 8 women — will be remembered for the initial impression they gave of life at Iowa State. _ (Register photonrnphs from Iowa State University) PAT HARTVIGSEN of Maquoketa (center), a senior in physical education for women at Iowa State University, presides at a luncheon gathering for newcomers and parents. From left around table are R. H. Werner of Davenport, Connie Roberts of Davenport, Mrs. Lucille Stuber of St. Paul, Pat Hartvigsen, Elaine Stuber and Mrs. Werner, Connie's mother. NEW STUDENT Charlotte Thieasen of Walnut is counseled by Cyclone Aide Byron Grote of Council Bluffs as she begins a placement test. Grote is a senior. PACE *—OES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER-JULY 17, IH9 CONVERSATION in Pearson Hall brings together, from left, Donna Anderson and Sherry Denney, both of Carroll; Mrs. Oscar Denney and Cyclone Aide Barbara Rexwinkel of Alton. Barbara is a senior.