i I IKS I R O W : | McCann, Mr. Purchase, Advisor; E. Litz, Father Dowd, Advisor; J. Liberty, R Liber. SI ( O N D R O W : M/Haggerty, D . Sliwa, F. Jermano, G. Monto, K. Sherwin, F. Hall. N EW M A N CLUE The Newman C lub is part of an international or ganization of Catholic students in non-Catholic col leges. It observes a threefold program which deals with the spiritual, educational, and social aspects of campus life. Guidance is given by our (Jiaplain, Fath er Dowd and faculty advisor, Harry Purchase. During the course o f the year, the club played a very active role in the life of the students on campus, such .is arranging for the Sleighbell Hop,” which was part of the Christmas Cotillion Weekend. Approxi mately sixty-five couples attended and danced to the music of the roik and roll band, Billy and the Kids. The main social event, in which the club took part, was the Winter Carnival Weekend held on March 4th and 5th. This event was sponsored jointly by the Newman Club, Student Christian Association, and Hotel Club. The club concentrated mainly on mak ing the semi-formal dance, \Winter Rendezvous,” a success. This was held in the gym, which was very beautifully decorated in a blue and white color motif. The Dixieland Ramblers from Rochester supplied the music. Our king and queen of the weekend were crowned at this dance. Delegates were sent to a Leadership Conference held at Oswego State Teachers' College in October. Father Dowd gave a course on \Preparation for M ar riage” at the regular bi-weekly meetings held on Tues day nights. Two communion breakfasts were held in the hotel dining room, with priests of the diocese as guest speakers. FIRST HOW J. Tierney, J. Granan, Treasurer; Mr. Purchase, Advisor; R. Winkler, President; Father Dowd, Advisor; D. Whitehead. SECOND ROW : J. Dunn, R. Schlearth, W . Blake, R. Fritton, A St Jean, H Tullon, T. Smith, D . Karl, R. Farley.