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Angola Triangle (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Angola, Indiana Volume II TriState Indiana 46703 January 1973 Student Wives Grand Prix 73 elect new officers This years Grand Prix promises to be the greatest has ever Heading the Grand Prix council is Scott who was Grand Prix Chairman last Acting as vicechairman is Ross Johnson who was chairman of public relations last Bill an outstanding driver in last years face along with Phil are track cochairmen this who was also very active last will be head of scoring and Tony McLaughin very active in the race a public relations1 Also are Dan activities coor dinator for the Student and Steve lEajfftschi who is President of Student To the council thus die Grand Prix is looking to be one of the most There are openingsistill available in the council which must be Anyone who is in terested in participating or has any questions on making the 1973 Grand Prix one to be please contact Scott or Ross New officers for 1973 winter and spring quarters are seated from left to right Linda president Teresa VicePresident Terri Standing from left to Mary Refreshment Beverly Poster Linda Not present for the picture was Diane The TriState College Student Wives Club is planning the first meeting of the new year this January 11 at at the An thonyls Church located at 700 West Maumee All student wives are invited for the get together party to get better After a short pizza will be If further information is uesired or anyone desires a call President Linda The Carrie Cline Cameron Education Collection has been established at TriState College by Don Cameron of Angola in memory of his who died September a graduate of TriState and a member of its Board of has given the college to purchase equipment and supplies relating to elementary and secondary education and to establish the Carrie Cline Cameron Memorial Center in Pictures Students who have missed having their pictures taken during the regular scheduled time should report to the Dean of Students Office on January from to and from to Thank the Perry Ford Memorial Library on the Cameron was a 1905 graduate of the Classical Department Of TriState She and her an Angola have supported thecollege in many ways through the years since they were Financial Aid January and February are the imporatntmonths when students Ishould be applying for financial aid for the 1973 1974 academic both for initial awards as well as renewals of awards already received for this teHeral grants are available for full time students who can document excesive financial Forms for such documentation are A small number of scholarships are available to students whojwill be Juniors by and who carry at least a accumulative honor point Substantial loan funds are available to JViState Students who needadditional funds and who are in good standing scholastically not on These funds must be used for educational pur Applications and information concerning financial aid are available at the Dean Students Space photo display in Best Hall The National Aeronautics and Space Administration photo View from will be on exhibit in Best Hall from January 9th to February All of the NASA pictures were taken from instrumented sounding launch vehicles or by the and consist of views of the the lunar space vehicles and the astronauts in space each with an ac companying The NASA collection of 51 assorted blackwhite and color prints was organized by the Traveling Exhibition Service of the Smithsonian and is being presented at Tri State as part of the Performing Arts and Lecture The TriState Trojan Band donated to this years Christmas Seal Sale Pictured in the presentation from left to right are Ross band Willa Executive Secretary of Steuben County Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Paul Christmas Seal Sale Campaign and Mark Band Actors Needed There are still some openings to be filled in the performance of Charlies Those interested persons should be at the Aero building at on Thursday Jan or Friday Welcome Back Champ
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