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tn[silo JIlluI0n G0ILIGE

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1"" tJ¡u, ß/noto FJC's first league baseball game le tomorrow - with Taft at Romaln field at 2:30. All You fans Vol. lV shoultl try to go out and support

tbe teem for all nine innings'

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Spring Formal Planned

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FRESNO, CATIFORNIA, THURSDAY, MARCH

Fresno Junior College studen'

will hold their annual sPring form No. ló dance in the Empire Room of tl

13, 1952

Hotel Californian March 28. Reign of Spring will be the then of the social event, whlch will fe ture the coronation of a f'res¡ Junior College quden.

Fa l1 C lasses

in the league last Year, they need your support to make them ond

first this year.

ToCommence

of you skiiing fans undoubtedty I Junior -Coìlege Wrll begin.:"pfj)-kneù what a swell guy he was. A I ber 15th after pre-registratiçn SepStater, sistei Eleanor goes to USC. I temUét 2 to 5- -a-nd registration **+l

I Septembet'11 and

12.

Lou Monte's orchestra will pl: for the dance, which will contin' from I p.m. to 1a.m, FJC's student sociel commltt arrangements f is in charge of arrangemetrts

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overheârd this week: Noel Frod-l Plesident Thomas A' Btllllv pìann-ing for the 1952' sham. on the fire stairs, singing a I tai0 that in .western song vla imltation of Eddyl53 school yeal. FJC officiaìs h¿v_e

¡i- i:Ëiii ..::,r:riiiiii|ii ',ïî r"i,ï;lx,,.:",; l:*,'fJl".î*#:ï:';ïìi îïï,x'";"11"ï:l Ëxiiiiil iiii.,i'ii.¡,;ri

ïff1 î:::îå:iïí""1îJ-J3iîJ.i'i"Îll::JJ,iff'""äJå:."i:Ï'il'. and Spring semesters' lng Jan Hald v¡hat shade of

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tilrary short visit j-IFJC Inn for a shoÌt ln to the lnn I f'.lO librarV ,he put in a terrific

exllnal ex-l 6. tr"inal Septemþer ö. September schedured

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"::::lt::î::il:ï_ti:,::T""re year. Behfurd I arv 26 to 30. at San Jose State this the counter in the Inn - sic B"bla+^..+

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Repeat performauce: AnotherlarySl.

noon dance. romorrow,rh:^ïi:l ryg*,1_::lo,'--roI:h"-:I:::..'T115 will be beld tr'ebruary 2, ls putting on a noon dance for the lmester

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Kcn leÍt, FIC FJC studer \Mright, left Ken Wricrht g.lu$enf

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exrend rrom ranuary i Nina strarrar, Mrs. MerbJfi:.,rl1t Kirkpatrick. I to gO, and .Ëxl Rl KrrKparrrcK. ), Ðnd English and readiug I Joan Pacheco, *itn the Enstish 30, 1vith Ito ""d i"i1llg| * 'r. * | examaniations to be given on Janu- |

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Om FJC TO Attend

*i'ri"'i";;;-'ão'i:lporterville

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"xi"r::::r::,i:.11l"1"1.åi;lîii;:# conf I liäJ'it: l' -' ! vr'' last one was & rt"g" to"t"t--l-ä";-encementforstudents*h 'l price ls $' t"!Iî^t:^t3Ji:.tt-9f-.1::-qÎ: "*".tJ""";;;;;;;áu"-"*tl" thenx to rherma ann crint. I are o,o .¡n¡ìirrercs associate , | ""'.a'' the::i:1"::-::lt*ã:ìi"t_"eiferences.at ror rhe candiclates fnr Junior 9:1t:xyillil*i9 College tom,grroql Porterville {i:i:trlc student. may brins "il "tl!.":lt * *

larts degree is.set for June.11.afterl" itréä-e,iC-aaministrators will go to the sqrl4s meeting Hotel .:T"ïtalfinal examinationlr_1ne 8 to 11' "f I *;;;;";;; The formal ,Tunior Collese Assocl:iation. They-arel ;.;.n;. "-' vsrrçsË' ...1+r".'ä*t""1-cnürã*"ìs. the Empire Room, March 28 -l Holidays in the FalI semester will | | Reisn of linclude Ãrmistice Day, a Thanks-I 9:00 to 12:00. Theme l;11;

sprlns, with the

baseball'"::läitiäriårrooNovemberzzarala""oor-"n.

s,uce

l^^^. T^ l:o-:t3:î:1,,: are Priscilla Vlckery and Jo¡ stuoentlAMS To Lr^-r H ost Vatalaro. ü: :ili'ffi:: :l'# ilîi3#"1' Da "n,f";'.-,:"i# :î,1il":1"^i;.", | äi"-:'ïiî'^.liîî îfl'ïå,i;i"l"'. I AWS I I vourgal,vet? Lincoln's birtn¿a:rlo"*it meetins of tbe californial Men studentsltSl'-'"":l Associated The l*iti-'ì*"ìue : | ---:^:---,::'--l ' ^r¡v * t .'"":--,lj::'^, r^o^-qhrÀon* lrôvêrnmer I F'rank Clemente, Patrl -:*-,:: 'l be the hosts at a noon dancel;::_-',^,^_ ¡\il'ashington'sbirthday,andMemor-lJuniorCollegeStudentGovernrnentlwill ^_¡ r^^..^ticllnt Wheeler has been out of I uióãv. conference to platr for the.tatel[."ii"*"ro ro" south sym. tuãlAt1 r,adas,andJaqueliue-waltr pr.noá a sroup or girrs <ø

classes

r.e¡otgol;å:'1",,å"ïi:

with the tlu for Suite al daysnow-atsoBarrYl-

numberof

Bersereen quittrnr ."n"_"i.19-r"'rlFewer (smart Euy). Another sick kiddo-l

"il';iå-"J";#"ü;;l ' åi,il#i;mbers

or the

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at San Francisco Citylmen students agreed to finance thisl Faculty lCollegeinÁ.pril. l*"x," dance in fuuillment ot anlMarsh, the

lconvention

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Vgterans

wrisht'lär';1"", when tn".q..ro.i"ll.ro..nú rrne l"'il:";;ä;;i. "r" Ken-Stansit'ltä Womenmade body president; Students outctid theladvtser.

lt"ol,NOW Attgnd FJC lstutlent lson, vice-Þresident; Georsia k--lnns in artendance at the Leapl treasurer; Louise Ï"t:nt"",l I yea. Dance two weeks ago. per Flesno of 20 cent I *.. than I n.rir, i' p,avlFJc lnstryc-t, å'"îi"#.î,"':lJ¿ft"i:lm:i-;l+:n'!",ä'.i'ffËiii;l'ï""ffi:"J:J:ïåiw'r l,"m: -'Ji¡*,"',t"t;;¡ P"i::'l.*ltoõ; ro,^ ñ.irt.i., which wi,, have . :.::::""'1"^: :lï :l:::'"i^-5::'--:-li1 iT' ,"3:: i " I To Vis eran subsistence ìaws of the reder- || |I *:î;i*{"",'"."n I government. government. nks will I al I I a admis- | I x"ittt Emmert, !'JC's veterans | | or AMS announced. t}aat 237 I coordinator, I I school, Ud playeo roof,oau uere aul :::::^'-:*. o" n'*o"ã ( runior "lp,'e"r.,tt.. ror the second il""::å',î"",ï:"J""å*îîiî:ii¡+: Jaysee :": :-nÏl:"tr-ïii ii: Tl.l ;?',ï"-.'"Tl ":" ""*'.oiTn".il:i"'3iÌ -ãln"n"uitit"tion season. He llkes steakr I | ;;1t"*ï;ffi:i¿: :äii""xï""lÏ I nîlß**ï Bill' Couese of thel "Th_e Leap Year Dance'was welllõãu"e" .. be an electricar "".-""",-r. _li,ä.t"rrìitä,;;;ãi;;, az ---'--'-. " I Á"nooi". v¡¡¡r {{ ------; I conference ' -*-- ------ .nL::]u::: Bakersr¡etd, | -".""-":' vlsaua, ItaÁËtlutru, conrerence witr | - onrv. at visaiia, io., wrtDl rt. ö6 in., sequoras at 5 ft, :^ ---' _"-","1.ï --. . "*::_ .""_1^ "-r ll: dav .tu I co.iioe., Taft, Santa Maria, and i :*"1*:'are 11.jtï: subsistence "and a good turn ol! I ot the Califr federal clint wheeler, eyes. Ed inror.. I l I I rnn-too early!"ll::,::_Tllill li1u.-Tl:::Y-',':lÀ"orui'obispo. . ll.^_.^l:icipated ror tomorrow'sltion Associa

smiles Ramos, who is iìirir" and tn business ataln'

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RAMPAGE ff,Es[o Jrrflrûr

Thursdoy, Morch 13,

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GûILEED

1," MUroryÚI A¡øtrD fldM

Pullshed weekly D,y the Journallsm students

of the Fresno Junlor

et, tr'resno, Callfornia, and composed at the hlc Servlce, phone 3-2320. Unsigued editor

p*orlnnt

eclltor.

Teré Robinson --------. Kenneth Wright -----

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------____________: _Editor Business Manager !l.L*

Smiles Ramos Norman tr'oley

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Some Fresno Junior College stuphotographer dents seem to be dissatlsfied with .-.-Zow Chorebanlan, Leona Cyr, and our neÌ^¡ assembly schedule, which Donald Kennedy. was prepared by a joint committee of student leaders and faculty. __....__.--_--_..._-...¡l.

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Advlser

D. Smtth

'Quo Vqdis' Reyíewed By Rampsge Sfu dent 'Critic'

After considering all the probIemg involved, the committee l'ecommended the schedule which

was adopted. Under Section 69.51 of the State Education Code a class hour is defined as not less than 50 minutes exclusive of passing time. This means that in scherluling' classes on days when we have as-

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semblies each class - mrrst

in length.

minu.@s

the current Dix most likelv to re-t

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50

If we

schedule assemblies on Tuesday or Thursdays at a time wheu not many students are in attendance, the assembly attendance rvould be small. If, on the other tells all the countrvmen to hand, we have the assembly òn thls faery-tail. Today I snau atscusr- I ::,oo-t,"guy and so Monday, Wednesday, or Fliday in rld crazy Þqr --' v^qrJ -^ the you thei:,-: ".: of tlcate and fumigate for ":---^:-:;lget place of a class, the school district oo., (thai movle "Quo Yadis" meansltollgood No'!e., gets the would lose too much state revenue convertvvr¡'vr ò*J èv!È .^^_^ ¡ r7^-_^ , ,;,*-_-.: I tUy ^_ ''When inl^.-ì_.1 ^'" "'- You Are,' or 'Come As ^ into- a Christian (that's because for average daily attentlance. Je' Do as the Jaflers n";i-tulrled -,; I be used to play around until he met How'ever, I am alv¡ays receptive Grr_ _¿___:-_ D_LL:^ -:--: .: fllm, etarring Bobbie ;:,'^_ Tailor I :J-': ..- (he '-'ithe heroine Debbte and she stop- to student opinion. If any F.JC stuadJusts Buits on the all hts rq¡¡/¡ *i.4¡e fun). Then ¡uç¡¡ they uuçr uovE have dent wants to submit a suggestion ñ^LL¡^ .¿,^ ^*...,^^:t::l -1lllr"¿ Debble Car tvpe withl 1":, ^^_ (the shiftless is over' for a better assembly schedule, I good nas --:-_-:: ror äã-¡""r-l3j]q.:l:: a crurcb), --1""1!n:ll:l"re -l_l-_ lights of the theater go on and will be glad to give it consideration. ground the Blble. Of course, youl| The ._,-,-----you an eyeful of !.G^¡,!Â-+^r -^ tears, "":'"' I would like to have the assemwon't knowl----- :.--- with uneducated L^^¿L^c^ heathens ._^:;;-l-:_lcatch :i:-' and -.----:: or lipstick' a lap blies longer. It might be that we whar thar rB, bqr tu. iã"i" i. ;; I : i"-Ìtl-!tt | rulr oI popcorn. could run into the noon hour for 10 glrls flllett with danclng antl nand-l^"lJ', il-l such a bad movie sorne men it makes ãii¿;.*|.-Thts-rrasn't - minutes, either with tbe fourth perl"; I tf you like them dull. Drop in next od claBs after assembly or the asanywey. ceive'The Horace' (poor man's ver-lPress, watches the Christians get eaten bv a bunch of hungry lions, ¡ion of The Oscar). I .:i,. .,F'riends you, roo,,yo.:, ir1i".r"ji"ff _T9 I you-all I bid thee hark to readl::::: :L"-" '-'" ïlå",,1i"

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lweek and another well-hated author- sembly Thls guy Bobbie is a blg hero and itv f ll will wring out The Ragi I ' class.

ls the fair (hmm-county | fatr?) heroine, the villain is a | , ^ Debbte

Ecrew suy who

t

beuows-ìIl

,

äurlAlpho Gommo Sigmo

einsrns and he uses the *o"dllnitiqles Three Members looBery) songs, srerts a Þ19 frre, I tn" Hpu, Gamma sigma scholar_ rnd tratarre' around' Then there ß al ship socìety initiatect three new big bull (Ah, Moo !) of a guy tnat j memUers into the organization re_ Just love8, nromen, to wÌesile.'rhat's I cenüy. They include Richard Nor_ about aü the maln Bcrews there ton, bi"k chuog and Robert HawI are in thls nut houge.

kins.

Anyhow' the hero buys the I Newly elected officers for the beroine as -a slave and she doesn'tlspring semester are Richard Norexactly appreciate that so shel ton, president; Manuel Olgin, viceru¡s away with her protector, thei president; Marjorie Okada, secre-

blg wrestler. then the hero goes I tary; ana Brandon Cornell, treasaud ffnds her running around h a I urer. fire (whlch crá.zy g y had set so. A-ny student with a grade point he could wrlte a BoDg or some ayerage of 2.0 or higher ls eltgible poetry about it) ancl Bobbie brave- to join, announced faculty adviser ly reecues Debble with the aitl of Dr. Luclle'Williams. the blg guy. (He's a sort of chaperone, you know, somethfng like a

after the fourth

period

"The ofter the dcry before" is whqt - coll itmorning the decns might thot is, when students who were - for ottendonce slips. Here signing qbsent-burst in hurriedly cr slip for Korl Oyer is Archie Brqdshow, dèon of men-. BUSY DE^ã,N

PEIIENSENS JEWETERS RONSON TIGHTERS

8ldg. 4.2152

3rd floor Hclm Telcphonc

llll Fulton SÌ, Fresno, Colifornìo

IHHISMAN'S PHAHMAIY .

JAYCEE BARBER SHOP

AND

scHoor

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Jusl Around The Corner on Stqnislous

TUNCHES

STANISTAUS

suPPUEs

ond O

But if 've make Such an arrangement every student would have to attend his fourth period class. Do you have any suggestions?

Superbþ "right"

TICKTOCK

DRIVE INN 4431 E.

TUTARE STREET

Across from Rosevelf High

Fresno, Colifornio

HOT DOGS

ROOT BEER -

lOc lOc

PATAONTæ OUA ÃDVEBTISENS

professor).

Then, after thls has happened, a bunch of Christians (you know, people that are sort of like Communlsts) get put into a dung;eon

MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF

by the crazy gxry. This crazy guy sits, eats grapes, talks to his Em-

ATTENTION! W"

Tlæ neu singlc breastpi

o"ft /"'t/"er anJ

GO ËORMAI We rent complele outfil

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do tbinç thc hard way?

trnproper lighdng fu jusc as bad

p/otft, fo, craft

worl?.

for your eyer rr tþis canoon ir

rilly. Use cor¡ec¡ sÞe bulbs io proper fixtures for your'study ond vork. Keep your bulbs clcan and you'll be surprised

how much bctrcr you can

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soe.

BETTER LIGHT MEANS

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JC BOOKSTORE

wíth long føtæríng slrølwl ælla¡. Tlæ føbric ü mídníght blue

BE ¡N STYIE

l,orn finn

BETTER,

S'GHT

P.(e,qøE.

including shoes, shirt, lie, cuff links ond studs. Entire outfit only $8.501

AT RTCCO'S YOU

wrr-[ AtwAYs

GET THE TATEST

allTrær ueight worstpd, with søtín f*i"S ønd satínlíning. . . 870.

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Ilotùh b¡autql Turqlos . , .850. and t65.

HARRY COFFEE'S Fresna

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STREETS


Thursdoy, Morch 13, 1952

RAMPAGE

FJC Students Build Casa De Manana

Counc¡l Asks Red Key To Sponsor FJC Carnival

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Fresno Junior College carpentry gtudents have begun construction on a two.bedroom bungalow at tle

Strets. A tv¡o-semester project, the house will be named Casa de Manana. The name was submltted in a contest by Anthony Soto, a Selma student. Merle Sons, the carpentry in-

Three monkeys sat in a coconut tree, Discussing thlngs as they're said

to

NOW UNDER NEW

ing also included a discussion of

the studeht government conference at Porterviìle Junior College tomorroril. Ken Wright, student body president, led the discussion and

The interior work on the bungalow wlll be done during the Fall

Would You Be Monkey Or Man?

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members in water, and fortune telling, side shows, and follies. Tues<iay's student council meet.

Sons said the house-building proJect will cover two semesters. He expects the etudents to complete the exterior work by June. year.

$400

kis sing booths, establishments where student could dunk faculty

that the students are beginnlng to lay. the sub-flooring. They will then put on a hip-type roof.

of the next school

sPECrAt!

25, Last year the

from the carnival, which inclndêd

a,nd

cabinet, electrical, plumbing, and home economlc classes will assist with the project.

for April

student bod¡r clearecl for than

structor, said the floor Joists are in on the 850 square-foot dwelling

Mlll

RAMBTE INN

The carnival is tentatively sched-

uled

MODEI HOIVIE Pictured qbove is qn qrtist's drqwinq of q two-bedroom house which the Fresno funior Colleqã ccrpentry students hqve stqrted construction on qt the comer of Tuolumne ond Effie Streets. Merle Sons is the instructoi, crnd the drcwing wqs mc¡de by Wolter \Mitt, F]C qrt inst¡uctor.

MANAGEMENT

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arrangements for the meeting. FJC students present included

rffr'ight, Wilson, Longueville,

nell, Ray Best, Frank

Cor-

Clemente, Georgia Lempesis, Louise Hagopian, Thelma Andrews, Lula Maxey,

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HOT TUNCHES

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Karl Oyer, Clint Wheeler, and Tere

DRIVE SAFETY!

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wltir a second by Stan Wilson. Brandon Cornell, Red Key pIesi. dent, will be in charge of arrangements for the annual event. Mrs. Irma tr'lannery will be the adviser.

corner of Tuolumne and Ðffie

semester

the

.w

Rotinson. Also sttending the council meet-

ing were Presldent Thomas A. Blakely, Miss Willa Marsh, the dean of students, and Joseph King.

Z:30

A.M.-2:30

PAÏRONIZE OUR

P.M

ADVERTISERS

be.

Said one to the other, "Now,

llsten, you. two, Thero'6 a certaln rumor that

can't be trueThat man degcended from our noble raceThe very idea Is a

'tllsgracô!"

"No monkey ever desertgd hls wife, St¿red her bablee and rulned

her llfe.

ln o cigorefte, foste mokes fhe difiêrsîGs ond Luckies toste better!

A:rd you've never known e mother

monk To leave her bables with others to buuk. Or to pass them on from one

to enother 'Til they scarcely know who is thelr mother." "And another thing you'll never seê

A monk -bulkl a fence'round a coconut tree, And let the coconuts go to waste, Forbidding all other monks & taste. Why-tf I'd put a fence 'round a cocoDut treeStarvatlon would force you to gteal from me."

"Here ls another thlng a monk won't do Go out at ntght and get on a slew. Or use a gun or club or

knlfe To take some other monkey's

llfe. Yes, man descended - the onery cuss But, brother. he-clidn't descend

from us!"

Red Key Members Will Be Remembereil The Recl Key servÍce organizetlon, in a recent meeting, voted

to ask that a notation of membersbip ln the organization be âttached

to each member's transcrlpt upon his leaving school. Tere Robinson was named chairman of a committee to start'revi-

slon of the school handbook for the fall semester. Richard Norton, Stan Wilson, Marjorie Okada, and Naomi Malvin wlll assist Miss

|uuckySrrike

Robinson. A desigo for pins or keys for the

group has been chosen and all members are asked to place their orders wltå karl Oyer es soon es poselble.

Mrs. Irma tr'lannery

Key advlser.

is the

Red

G ÀLco.

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Fine Tobacco


Poge

, Morch 13, 1952

RAMPAGE

Four

Rams Play

Jlr" Jonv -4*J Sl""¿ O/ -9t

Taft JC

BY ZOW CHOREBANIAN

Tomorrow

The FJC Rams will oPen the 1952 conference baseball season when they tangle with the Taft Junior College Cougars tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 ou the Romain X'ield. The FHS and Fresno JV games were rained out, so when the Râms take on the Cougars it will be the first league and 'home game' The

Hey, there's a gane thls FbidaY at 2:30 at Romain PlaYground be' tween Taft JC aud tr"resuo JC. How about all you Suys showing uP? Tbe

attendance has been PrettY bad lately, so how about coming out? \ry'e've got â good team end u¡e

ghould at least support them bY at'

tending the games.

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Rams have lost to the JV's and Bakersfield on their diamonds. The Rams held a lengthy scrimmage TuesdaY witb catcher Jerry

Two men were worklng on the White l{ouse Lawn, éach supplled ¡¡ith a small push cart wlth a gar'

it. TheY walked along plcking up pepers with a long spear. One spied a long Piece of papei and was about to spear lt when a Eust of wlntl Plckecl lt uP and blew it through one of the open wlndows into tbe ffilte

Halvorsen, Ben Yâuo, returning out-

bage can on

fielder from last Year's team; and Ed KilBatrick, centerfielder, all

lacing out goocl, solid hits. In the infield, Vic Esain, big first baseman from Edison, has an inJured leg but is exPected to be able to PlaY against Taft. At sec-

House.

ond, littte Eddie Perez from San'

The man beceme frantlc and rush'

ger is looking good' Perez is backed up by Jim Haupt' Haig "Mo" Mosesian and lrYea Mims a,re staging a real battle for the thircl. base Position, with Mosesian slugelng out long drives in

ed lnto the buttdtng. He returned shortly and said: "Too late, he's

poul Stqrr, Fresno Junior College trqck crnd fieid cocrch qnd athletic SPRINTER TESSONS recent ãi*"t;;, i; p-i"ì"r"¿ giving pointers to_Les Lcring, Fresno Stote College $gsnmg1, qlcr tfe cce sprinter.oj is c.former Stodium. Stqrr RÀtcliffe in cilinc on trock techniä"ã. Y*::fi,^t ore, froqr-þft to right, l{erfe Mortin of of Oreson. Interested-!;;il"; in thé bcrckground -Hanner, both of FSC, crnd Erwin Ginsburs, Fresno Ëã;;HËt;;'äüh \ir;;il;4"- ond l. F.

practice. Johnny Terzian at shortstop rounds out the infleld. Richard Klemm has been switched from

catcher to outfielcl to make use of his power at the Plate. The pitching staff is small but potent, with EllerY Mendes, Bob Brumm, fast'baller Ed tr'ogal, ancl southpaw Bert lIampartz doing the chucking, Mendes is the Probable

staiter against the Cougers! The starting line-up: Yano, cen'

Hish.

Sopho mores

Meet Monday

terfield; Perez, seconcl base; Hal' vorsen, catcher; Klemm, right' fielat; Menates, Bitcher; Fogal, first base; KilPatrick, leftfied; Mims' third base; Terzian, shortstop'

slgned

it already." *al

Wisdom next.

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Knowlng ìtrhat to

do

Skfll-knowing how to tlo it. lt.

tloing - not t** Son (at the dlnner

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table)

IVCF EIECTS SHAKE KASPARIAN PRESIDÉNT semes- must I eat thte egg? Father: You're clemn rltht. the Inter-Varsity Christian Fel' guiale the organization thle Sllence lowship announced the election of ter. Meetingg are held the first and spring semester officers. Son: The beak, too? tat" Sbake Kasparian, President; third \il'eclnesdays in the month at I/aurence Hackett, Yice-president; noon for Bible study. SPeaking I guess ïr'e atl mlss Jess6'8

All A.A, degree candidates are Phylis Htcks, secretary'treasurer; meetlngs wlll commence as goon smlling face eround here. Às soon are accounted as he opens, let's all swooD dowu requested to meet in Room M'24, Gladys Dival, Pianist; Eleanor An' as thfrty students Mond'ay, March 17 PromPtlY at 12:00.

Newm.an Club

derson, song leader; DorothY Har- for. and pay hlm a vlslt, ris, publicity chairman; end Lore' Dr. LucIIe Williams ls the adviser, It* lee Brewer, social chairman, will an(l meetinge are held ln looD M'11. Atguten Ha Hacldo Un Boo-BooTranslation: How the stlll-far aìvay tomorrowness of yesterdaY DROPS wtth the sure-to-be of whlch It coultl

havewas...

To See Movie origin

USC To Sponsor

A. movie exPlaining the .od pu"po"" of the Christopher movement will be shown at the

'UN' Conference

semester's group Project' Leona

3 at USC under the sion Äpril

The Second Mo<lel Unlted Na' wlth college students cast ttons ln the- roles of Unitetl Natlons dele' gstes will opeD a three'daY ses-

Newman Club meeting WednesdaY' The Newmanites have chosen a study of the ChristoPhers as their

Cyr, President, states that the Christopher efforts to instill a' stronger molality in government,

sponsdrshlp of the Collegiete Coun' cll for the Unlted Nations. The gtudents to the conference

eclucation, spirit, the entertainmeût

ç'lll

worltl, the home, ancl all other phases of natural life iufluenced the group's choice.

represent 60 western eolleges, and tbey wlll attemPt to follow, as nearly os posslble, the procedure

and makeup of the real Unlted

in

seeing the movie may attend next W day's meeting at noon in M-23' Mrs' Irma Flannery is the facultY sPon' Anyone interestetl

Natlo¡s

role ol one of the UN countrleg IISC, betng the host college, hae

sor.

accepted the role of rePresentln¡ Sovlet Russla. Inltis.l event scheduled for tht

Wilson Lowe Leoves FJC To Join U.5. NovY

One of the many men students who are leaving school to ioin the armed forces is wilson Lowe, forme¡ commissioner of rallies for the Fresno Junior College'

Wilson is an Amerlcan'Chinese

sesslon ls Roosevelt.

been taking a business course &t FJC for the Past two semesters' He is to rePort for naval dutY in Merced, March 26. tr'rom tbere he ex' pects to be sent to San Diego to boot camp and then intentls to follow the butchering trade' He hopes that his contacts vlth any natives of China will be only

FIRST CONFERENCE BASEBAtt GAME FAESNO JUNION

(Good

bve).

ART JOHNSON'S ARTISTS' I'IATERIATS

IOIIEEE N,{MS

VERSUS

TAFT JUNIOA IOttEEE IfIUGÄAS

T0I,10RR0W

-

dustry. Purpoae

of the

colleges Partlcl

patlng tn the model asFemblY wll be reducetlon on the UN'ae a too for produclng worltl Peace. Dele gatlons wlll emulate as closelY a possible the stanals the gountrle they represent Trould take, accorc lng to D. Jerome Harrls, Confet ence Dlrector and senlor at US( There wlll be mock Deetlngs o th9 General ÄssemblY, Economl

and Soclal Councll,

Trusteeshl &n

others.

- ROl,lAlN FIELD - 2,30 P.M.

No Admission Charge

Skot-Hanse¡, offtcial Unltetl Na Uons representatlve to the fllm ln

Couucll, Securtty Councll

*

on the friendlY basis of Ho Lo Ma

(IIow are You?) or JoY Gen

a tslk by Mrs. Eleanot

Also partlclpatlng wlll be Mr

who was born in San Francisco, and

who attended schools in San Francisco. He lives in Madera, and has

boaly.

Each college will be asslSred tbe

Lef's Support fhe Team

Of 200 colleges in the 11 wester states lnvltecl to take Part ln tb

conference this year, 30 bave a ready made requests to represer epeclflc natlons. tr'lnal declsfon wl be made on a flrstÉome first'een basls accordlng to whlch. colleg(

complete re8ilstratlon

flrst.

Si¡<

there er€ only sixtY members the UN, onlY'stxtY colleges cen tel

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Mar.13,1952