Sigma Alpha lota Serves
Campus, City and Music
Service to the campus and community and
professional development in music are the primary aims of Sigma Alpha lota.
Membership into this international music fraternity is made up of women music majors.
The society seeks to uphold the highest standards of musical education, to promote professional ethics and culture, to establish an international
bond of interest and understanding in the field
of music and to give inspiration and material aid
to its members.
Members devote their time to such projects as
the American Music Awards series and the Peo-
Special services include giving grants and gifts
to UNESCO, performing at veterans and children's
hospitals and schools for the handicapped and
promoting Braille music transcription and music
A faculty-student reception is sponsored during
the year by Sigma Alpha lota for the Music Department.
FRONT ROW: B. Clement, D. Blackman, L. Smith, G. Wineinger, C. Wallace. SECOND ROW: J. Thurber,
M. Harger, R. Cox, G. Beckwith, C. Childress. THIRD ROW: K. Wedel, J. Bealmear, G. Buettner, D.
Ebling, K. McCarty. FOURTH ROW: D. Cauley, V. Claussen, H. Kruetziger, P. Ellender, G. Redw'ine,
G. Ahlman. FIFTH ROW: R. Weeks, B. Arnold, H. Bumgarder, F. Griffith, M. Fulton. SIXTH ROW:
D. Cole, P. Hanisch, T. Baker, R. Jackson, D. Diell, D. Conclin, P. Cook. BACK ROW: R. Hammond, S.
Charendolf, W. Thornsberry, R. Turner, T. Chandler, D. Burns, D. Crums, F. Simmons.
Phi Theta Upsilon
Advancing the knowledge of optometry and serving the College of Optometry are the primary aims of Phi Theta
These aims are accomplished through
bi-monthly meetings at which professionals from the field of optometry are invited to speak. Occasional visual screening programs on optometry were sponsored during the year for the benefit of
the Optometry students on campus.
Fall and spring socials are planned to
introduce new optometry students to the
society and the college.