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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Organizations - R

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

◄ Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Organizations - P

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Red Cross

Citation: Noreen Bonk Garman, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1955), p. 87.

The Women's Self Government Association administers rules for group living in the women's dormitories, tries to further a spirit of unity and understanding, and sponsors activities such as the annual Dad-Daughter banquet and Mother-Daughter week-end.

Members of this year's board are: President Alice Hofman V. Pres. Marlene Petty Sec. Pat Shrewsbury Treas. Barb Daniels Judiciary Head Gerry Redzinak

Committee Heads: Persis Nagel, Janet Reed, Janet Roll, Mary Ellen Brophy, Marion Thomas, and Marjorie Haskins.

Rooters Club

Citation: Harold A. Speckmann, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1914), p. 135.

The Baldwin-Wallace Rooters' Club has just completed its most successful season. The ardor and spirit shown this year have been miraculous when compared to the haphazard, "only-to-make- a-noise" yelling of previous seasons.

There has always been the interest and will, but never before had it been under such "systematic supervision." This supervision has been the staff of life upon which it has leaned while assuming its true place as one of the greatest factors in a Baldwin-Wallace victory.

There is nothing that so gives expression to the pent-up enthusiasm of a student as yelling, and at games it is one of the greatest assets of success. One reason for this enlivened, go-ahead spirit is the union of Baldwin and Wallace. This union has not only added numbers to the Rooters' Club, but it has added enthusiasm and zest as well. We see no adequate reason why this organization should not progress proportionately as the College itself advances.