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l/lany High Schooli

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Track Team Heads

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For Porterville lf Weather Allows

I Four hundred fortY-fou¡ or 35 per eent of the graduatinB seniors who plan to atteDd c o I le g e in 18 high schools in tùe Freeno

Junior College area said tåey Dlan to enroll at FJC for the fall senes- VOL. VI ter.

By DON SHROYER The Flesno Junior College track' men will participate in a four-way meet today in Porterville, weather

nrmtrllrroarr-n¡E FRESNO, CAIIFC}RñIIA, THURSDAY, APRII

I,

permitting. Starting time

NO.

1954

3:30 D.m. 20 Schools

wlll

that will vie with

be

the

Rams are Reedley JC, College of

President Stuart M. White of FJC, reporting the results of a suryey, said the largest uumber are at Fresno lligh Schoot with 92' Roosevelt is next with 88, Eclison has 43, anal San Joaquin Memorial has

the Sequoias, Fresno State JY's and Porterville. Bad Weather Rain has restricted Practice sessions for the team, but Coach Hans

ìWiedenhoefer has been working very hard to warm his team for the

2t-

Out of Town

comitrg district, regional, and insi'

Clovis leacls the out of toFD schoolË with 56, followed bY ìúadera with 42, Plus 12 others from Madera who said they would attend if bus transportation is avail-

tational

meets.

Prospects sho hope to make good

vice to Madera antt Chowchilla and

on the cinders are: FfoYd White' 440; Içalter Torosian, dashes; Don Kloppenberg and Ken Bain, shot put; Johnnie Carter, Pole vault; John Embrey, discus; Tom RYan'

plans to continue is a demand for

and Earl Wallace, 880; Georte

i:tijiiiill

able. FJC'now has daily bus ser-

it

as long as there

Six from otler areas said they will attend if they can arr&nge transportationWhite said of the totål of 2'634 seniórs in the f.JC area, 362 are undecided about college attendance' whlle a total of 1,266 sai't they def-

shot put and discus; Jessie Waller

it.

initely plan to continue their

Montrose, mile; David Hernandez, broad jump; and Ralph Neigbbors'

low hurdles.

track and fieltt. Starting time is

edu-

cation somewhere. lnterested Students Totals for the number of seniors and those who Plan to attend col-

lege in the Fresno high schools

are Fresno Hith,450 and 344; Roosevelt 441 anct 16?; Edison, 150 and 68; antt San Joaquin, 121- ar^d' 77' The fourteen high schools outside of Fresno included in the surcel¡ are Ctovis, Maáera, Qþearçhill¿' Sanger, Fowler, Selma, KingBbu¡g'

Wastrington Union, Central Union' Riverdale, Caruthers, Kernân' Ibs Palos, and Sierra Union of Aub€rrY-

Delegates To Attend

Plans APril 3O Spring Formal f'ormal Da¡ce SPring

1-Collegiates Sæù n-nce' ¡oon, B-11.

2-Newman Club,

¡

Tii;-3i*"iÏîj*'*- Ram Stickers

titión for the change on ABrll 12' 13 anal 14 and theY will not be accepted after april 14.

Vid=emester erams began Monaay a¡ä a¡e scheduled to continue tb¡ough tonorrow. Final examinaNay; Âtlletics, Jerr.r Jachson- horsehiders to Reedley Junior Col- pe€ps.- said Ea¡oo Yanaot¡, edi- rtions will b€ tiven from June.? to I 11. 1.he members anending are Art i lese this after¡oon for the Rahs' torpresrueul' presideDt; Patisecond rarisecon(l t.uæsL coùtest in lu the Lue uËuCen' lea$re leaËUe body D(Xlf Sfude¡t Lea" srude¡t Lea, Still, yicepresidetrt and state par'| tral California Juni'or Coìlege AthGame

time is

iu a 4 to 2 victorY for the COS erAdmission Free Kint said on the way back the I Giants. The coDtesL however, was Àdmission is free with a student paromar Þrematurely concloded when the I body card, and one Person fron studenls v¡ill stop off at attending be must Observatory. lumpires halted the tane because couple each I of rain in the top b¡If of the ninth Fresno Junior College' inning with two Ram-s on base artd âttend to ¡çelcorie are Àlumni one out. only for admission tbe dance a¡d the McCarthy will ProbablY call .on couPle' be will Per $1 alumni Richard. Knight to Perform on the Dance Arrangement ùound for the Rams todaY in Reed' are dance T the for Arrangenents is who being maate bY Ellen Tally, Porterville Junior college will chairman of the committee' F ParÈ uext Satur-

Codel Teom

o Inlerview

the

ulure

invade Romain

Men students of the sophomore I day, main hall on -A'Pril 20 through 30' class considering the will Eraduating A fiee ticket for one couPle protrams will have military various be given with a student botly card' an opportunity to be interviewed by the Aaviation Cadet Selection

Library Puts New Books On Shelves

Mid-term grades will not be avail-

81 noa-

able to students in the reglstrar's 2-Inter Varsity, Þ1!, nænoffice but you can ask iour instruc2-social Commiütee, $22, noou- tors for your grades' If you a¡e failget a 5-AWS Cotton IlaY Dance, U- i int in anY courses You wlll college. tbe from uotice Yrs. Lena tr'uller, registrar, also said that audit students who wish to cha.Dge to a credit basis maY Pe-

dance.

will be on sale in

lnslruclors Will lnform StudenTs Of Their Grodes

APRIL

n.i: Lou Monte and his seven Piece su¡er; Shi¡let llc Nav,.repr"""!-"13I vocal- tiye at tå¡ge; Jerry Jackson, fresh- | The Rams' initid outing in the orchestra, including a female sþss president; and Joseph league against ¡he Collegp of the ist, will furnish music for tle m¡n King, state parliamentqian advis' Sequoias two seeÈs ago resulted

Tickets

"We sure could use a few more good boys," said Wiedenhoefer.

CALENDAR

Coronqdo Conference

ìli;ffiü'äil,ä"#;:l;:äi:ä"t.n

9 to 12 P.m-

3 p.m.

THIS WEEK'S

Social GrouP ihe Ânnual

Rams Travel Thursday the Rams will travel to Visalia to meet the Giants on the

STUDENT Dtrf FGATES ATTENDING C-OROI(ÄÐO CONFERENCE . . . þÍi iO Tight, ATt LEO, ÞJ StiX, Joe Gonzoles, Jerry ]ccÈson, Shirley l.lC{o.y crrd Joe King, odvise:.

April

10,

to

King And eugen To Reign On Cotton Day BY ELLA PAÉAGNI

lm¿y be Queen Cotton or King Cot-

Girls! Be sue and wear Your I too. Ju=t wear your prettieBt dress prettiest cot¡on dress Àprll 5' Yes' lor shi¡t, antl fou may be chosen. and bots, r-ear your loudest shi¡t- ¡ ftete rill be Prizes for the boY Why, you ask?'Slell, You see April i and eirl choseu kint anal queen.

5 is the big event at Fresno Junior i Boys, tâke your best girl, or v¡ho College; if tou haven't guessed yet' ihows, you may fintt that best girl it's spring time; to be exact' it's ¡t¡ere to dance with. Cotton DaYcome One, Come All i Dispo€€ of your winter garb and I Co-e one! Come all to the annual blos"om out for spring in all Your iCotton Ball. So wander in antl lift glad râ€s. Yes, and there's more- your dancing feet! offer tùe Rams On tàis very imPortant daY, there Chairman for' decorations are the libra¡Y' free

çill be a dance in to anyone with a

i

Yosemife District

.{'WS

or avS

Loree Briggs and Janice BrY¿nt;

card: others v¡ill pay ten cents' and Molly'Williams, judging. The Jutlges free refreshments are also beint Glatlys Popp, Mr. refreshments;

will be Mr. Carty, llbrarian;

Team from Castle Air Force Base and Mrs. BotsC swing band çiU PlaY for Witt art instructor; n'ua I Àpril 8 at 9 a-dL' in Ramble lnn' 'WhO knows, You ford, home economics instructor. rhi< big event. First Lieutenant James C' RalPh' president, said that this is a SeventY-four new books, includ- team where e Young rnan may prog¡am The Yosemlte Dist¡ict of the Caling 13 of fiction, have been added e I v e ifornia Library Association will tw approximately r¡¡dergo Li' to the Fresno Junior College intensive training as a Pi- neet Saturday from 10:15 until brary since tr'ebruarY 9, according months observer atrd win a 4 p.m. at The Hacienda" Highway aircraft or lot to Jackson CartY, librarian' a salary of over 99 and Clinton Avenue. with The library is open to students commission .A,rchie Bradshaw, di¡ector of a Year. $5,000 a'm' 8 Monday through Frictay from mãy find I nridance of tr'resno Junior College, students said Ralph evenlng Lt, p.m., W'ednesday and to 5 out whether or not they qualify for I will speak at 2 p.m- on Counseling fromTto9P'm. ID training ât government ex- | Hign School Students at a symposon this out be taken may Books pense by a series of tests which a¡e I ium on methods and techniques of cards for a Period of two weeks given at Parks Air Force Base, I recruiting' reservthose of exception rvith the Jackson Carty, secretary of the .ÀAplications ecl by instructors. These are charg- Pleasanton, California. the Yosemite district and librarian of COTTON DÃY. . . Rose Bolqs tccks and tean this bY the taken will be for of 2ãc rate at the for ed Shall Be up the sign which gives the students first hour and 5c an hour thereaf- tests dven durint sPring vacation FJC, vill report on What a¡Y ProÊ¡a.m Within High Schools miss not Our neeal 2 students at so that out taken of FIC the officiol invitcrtion to the be maY TheY ter. and Colleges, during a discussion Cotton Dqnce, MondcrY noon in the classes at school. p.m. and are due in at I a.m. Quallfications for avlation cadet E¡oup at 3 P.m. Miss Darlene M. Ilorch, librarY Highlight of the dance will

Holds An

Library Meeting

tffi

barty satal tìe registration rill clerk, said that magazines and Úest training is a high school education, the at 9:45 antl the prog¡am *-ill open between citizen male single and most the are Popular sellers good with the flag salute at 10:45 begin a\ù 26Y2, nhf' 19 ancl ages of that many students reatl them dura.m. conditlon. mental and sical free ing their Periods.

librcny. be the choosing of King ond Queen Cotton.


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Gonzales

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1954

clil lln*o By MARY FIORENTINO RAMBLING COLLEGIATES

chiltlhood dr€am came true Fhen bo will furnish the music a¡d the she atteDded a talk by Ä.rchduke dance will continue from 12 to Otto of flu¡gar-v and met him per- 12: {0. soaally aiterra¡ds. FBLA INSTALLS Yrs. Shafer, who has been in tàè .4. special meeting will be held tr-S. six months, said, as a child in Tuesday in 8-6 for installation ol flungary, she saved dll hts photo- 'spring officers. The officers who g¡aphs and would question her par- are to be installetl are: president, eDts about the time that she might Fred rall; First vice prcsident, pæsibly see him. She also added Charles Fox; second vice president, she was surprised when he extend- Bill Bailey; secretåry, I-ouella Wiled his hand in a democratlc way liams; treasurer, Pat Cooley; his-

----3la¡che vilhêhn

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The Rambling Collegiates will By NORA BARTON ErelÞ2 Joliett¿ Shafer, a business sponsor a noon dance to be held and speech mqjor, said her fondest today in B-11. The Collegiate Com-

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----..------ltfary Brumfielil -..---- Donalil Shroyer

Assista¡t Àdvertising Manager

AssocioÌed

Etelkq Shofer Makes Dreom Come T r'ue

COII.EGE

flMPREE Business Manager--.-.... Sports Editor.-..-..---.----------.

Thursday, April

ETELKA SHÃFER -

shen, had he becone king, she torian, Dave Edwards; reporter, rould have had to bow in his pres- Milclretl Shaw.

d¡eqm comes true

G[e6lie Pres

NISEI CLUB Mrs. Shafer said. her father was The Nisei Club is participating in killed because he refused to join a Folk Festival to be held April 3, the commuìlsts, and tìat her moth- in the Fresno Memorial Äuilttorier was refused a pension during um. etrce.

Sfude nts! Cooperote With Compus Smoking Rules

building and in the bungalows. Smoking in the main building can be extremely dangpmus due to the oiled floors and stairs. A¡eas in which you can smoke árE the following places: (1) junior college grounds, (2) Ramble fnn, (3) -fqpultv roóm, (4) men's P.E. office, and (5) the concrete-balcony on the second and third floor of the main building- Smoking is not permitted elsewhere. To Smoke in the areas described as dangerous, -çou rill be endangering the lives of your fellow students as çdl as yourself. With the advice of the Fresno Fire Deparhms¡¿ in mind, we a.sk you to cooperate as mature men and women-

Erchange Notes 8y EL'LA PAPAGNI

II. A meeting will be held tomorrorr in B-74. Wounded While Escaping ' grand opening last Monday of Club \frs. Shafer shid she was rorÈSOCIAL COMMITTEE Cæatabana, a night club review ing in the mlnistry of defense ofÄ meeting will be held tomorrow presentecl by Stockton College In- fice çhen the trouble started and at noon in S-22. Plans will be com-r¡amural Theatrical Society. In in escaping from the capltal to t¡e pleted for the spring formal whlch I9'orlct Wdr

Stockton College

the Stockton College had

the

preparation for that event their bo¡der was wounded like maay tleme ¡ras "South Sea Island." The others. She was taken to a field cårDpus w'as decorated in a south hospital rhere she remained nine

sea island atmosphere. and one-half months. Mrs. Shafer said the Red Cross L'os Angeles Jr. College The Los Angeles Junior College train then . took her to Germany is holding Green & Goltl 'V/eek where she had tlifficulty learning

April

rin

be heltl .A,pril 30.

DRIVE SAFELY! ROYAL!

Its aim is to ráise one to assist needy

both the German and English language. In spite of the tragedies in students confronted rvilh unfortun. her life, she laughingly relates the time she spelled Murphy-em, you, ate situations. are, etc. San Francisco City College 5-9.

thousand dollars

More than 300 San Francisco City

Meets Husband ln Germany

In Germany she worked at anyCollete students an all time high, will be eltgible to join Alpha Gam- thing she could find to support herma Sigma honor society this semes- self, and through one of her jolbs she met an American major, who ter. The studer:ts eiigiblc receivecl a spoke her native Hungarian. He 2.0 traCe ¡oi:t a:erag 'E ai lê-:sÎ fosld her a s€c¡etarial þb i¡ the shoes a¡d bag- Janice Bnre¡t r¡'as By ELLA PAPAGNI miliary Far crimes cou-rt in Da. 12 uni¡sEven though sBring is here the rvearing a ¡ed cashme.e sreaier chau, Germany. She Ìvorked there Coalinga Junior College girls around the camPus still are with tiny pearl buttons at lhe neck- The Cælinga Union High School three years when she met her huswearing their fall apparel until Cot- Iine; with it she was wearÍng a grey Board of Trus'tees voted unani- band who was guarding SS prisand black checked straight skirt. ton Day arrives. mous app¡oral of a resolution au- oners. IIe is still in the army and Gwin'Wilson was wearing a tailGrey flannel seems to be very thorizing immediate preparation attends FJC night classes. ored powder blue wool suit .r¡¡ith a popular with the girls this year. of plan-s for a separate Jr. College Although she is homesick, Mrs. white wool jersey blouse, black Seen rvearing grey were: Nedra cahpu--Ê- The cost is app(oximately (Continaed lrom Page j) Looney rr-earing a gr€y flannel g{00.i¡-.-¡ to $450,000.

FALL APPAREL PREVAILS

AS COTTON DAY ARRIVES

ski¡t sith hick'pleats at the side, completint her outfit she was wearing a larendar cashmere s$'eater s-itl grey shoes and e;rey scarf. Lynn Rice was 'sporting a rer-r full skirt algo of ,grey flannel u-i¡h a baby blue cashmere sw'eater- ¡

Fresno's Leadin Store

\s

Rentol

USC Admission Directoi

Will Visit Fresno JC

å¡chie Bradshaw, director

3=idance

of tr'resno Junior

of

College,

tas a¡nounced John K. Steinbaugh, ai.<ociate director of admissions of

blach cútrtour belt and black shoæ- the University of Southern Califor-

ni:. çill be in B-1 to talk with

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FRI.

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"Speciol

pros-

p€ctiYe students tr'riday, April I from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bradshaw urges students interested in entering the professional schools, and desiring counseling, or scholarships, to please make àrrangements with him before .{pril 1

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Publishecl weekly by the iouraalism shrdents of the Flesno Jonior College, 1430 O Street, tr'resno, Cafifo¡ai+ and composetl at the CeDt¡al callfornia TypoS¡aphic servlce. phone 3-2320' unslS¡etl edltorlals are €!Þ'. the expression of the editor.

.--..---------Mary Brumñeld ------ þ6r¡1fl Sh¡oyer

Business Manager---.-----.. Sports trlctitor-----...---------.ô.dvertising Manager-Assista^Dt Àctvertising Elrchange Editor--.

Manager.-......

Manager-.-.---Phototraphers

By NORA BARTON Etelha Julietta Shafer, a business and speech maJor, said her fondest childbood d¡egm came true when she attended a talk by Archduke Otto of Eungary and met him personally afterra¡ds. Xrs. Shafer, who has been in thè ûS. six months, said, as a chiltl ln Eungary, she saved dll hts photographs and would question her pareûts about the time that she might

--Jlanche Úílh,a'hD ----- r(a¡l Demoorjian

.._-__._..---__- vil{lr€d Shaw

Oliver Riggins

Clrcuþtion

Terry Schartou and Joe

Gonzales

Clil

l,

1954

Tln-o

By MARY FIORENTINO RAMBLING COLLEGIATES

The Rambling Collegiates will

sponsor a noon dance to be helil today in B-11. The Collegiate Combo will furnish the music ancl the da¡ce will contlnue from 12 to 12:

{0.

FBLA INSTALLS special meeting will be heltl Tuesday in 8-6 for installation oì

A

spring officers. The officers who are to be installetl are: president, Fred.

r{all; First vice president,

added Charles For; second vice president, she was surprised when he extend- Bill Bailey; secretary, Louell¿ Wil-

pæsibly see him. She also

Reporters--------Margaret Schott, Mary Florentfno, Bre[t Íleeman' Nora BartoD antl Ella Papagni.

ed his hand in a defocratlc way liams; treasurer, Pat Cootey; hisshen, had he becone king, she torian, Dave Edtra¡ds; reporter,

ETELKÃ SHAFER - - d¡eqm comes true

Membc¡

Yould have had to bow in his pres- Miltlretl Shaw.

fu socíoled Co[e6ite Pres

N¡SEI CLUB Mrs. Shafer said her fatàer was The Nisei Club is participating ln killed because he refused to þin a Folk l'estival to be heltl Äpril 3, the commrìnlsts, and that her moth- itr the Fresno Memorial Auditorier was refused a pension dûi-D€; um. ence.

Erchange Notes

Sfude nts! Cooperote With Compus Smoking Rules

By EL'LA PAPAGNI

World Wdr II. À meeting will be held tomorrow Stockton College in B.?.4.. The Stockton hacl the ' College Eecaping Wounded While Here at Fresno Junior College we have responsibilities that ¡grend opening last Monday of Club l[¡s. Shafer shid she was sorÈSOC¡AL COMMITTEE are important to all of us. One of the more important it€Bs , Cæa4abana, a night club revlew ing in the minictrJ¡ of defense of- A. neeting will be helal tomorrow is the safety of all the ' presentecl Stockton- College In- fice çhen the t¡ouble started a¡d at noon in S-22. Plans vill be comrefrain ltra¡nuraì by In one plia"e of our Theatrical Society. In in escaping fron the capltal to the pleted. for the spring formal which mzm e from smoking in the , prepa¡ation for that event their borrler was wounded like ma¡y ritr be held April 30. building and in the bung¿lowsItùeme sas "South Sea Island." The others. She was taken to a fielil Smoking in the main building cân be extremely d2ngÞrcl¡s canpus was decorated in a south hospital where she remained nine due to the oiled floors and stairs. sea island atmosphere. DRIVE SAFELYI and one-half months. Areas in which you c¿rn smoke ârq the following pl,aces: Mrs. said Shafer the Red Cross L'os Angeles Jr. College (1) junior college grounds, (2) Ramble fnn, (3) -fåcutty Los Angeles Junior College train then . took her to Germany room, (4) men's P.E. office, and (5) the concrete-blcony isThe holding Green & Gold 'If¡eek where she hatl difficulty learning Smoking main building. floor of the third and iecond on the April Its 5-9. aim is to ráise one both the German antl English lanis not pemitted elsewhere. thousand dollars to assist needy guage. In spite of the tragedies in sill be dangerous, described as in areas the To imoke 5ou coufronted wifh unfortun- her life, she laughingly relàtes the endangering the lives of your fellow students as sdl es your- students time she spelled Murphy-em, you, ate situations. self. are, etc. Francisco San City College rninfl, With the advice of the Fresno Fire Departme¡¿ i¡ Meets Husband ln Germany More than 300 San FraDcisco City v¡e ask you to cooperate as mature men and'wornelr. In Germany she worked at anyCollete students an all time high, will be ellgible to join Alpha Gam- thing she could find to support herma Siema honor soclety this semes- self, and through one of her jobs FALL APPAREL PREVAILS

AS COTTON DAY ARRIVES

she met an American major, who

ter.

studer:¡-s eU$blc receive<I a spoke her native Ilunga¡ian. He 2-0 grad.e poi.Et a:ÊraåÉ iD ai l€â-<t foo¡d he¡ a -c¡eta¡ial þb i¡ tàe B4r¡nt was shoes and bag- J¡nic¿ By ELLA PAPAGNI militart s-ar crimes court in Da12 u¡itsEven though spring is here the s-earing a red cashmere s-e¿ìer chau, Germany. She worked there Junior College Goalinga girls around the campus still are ' with tiny pearl buttons at the neck- The Cælinga Union lligh School three years when she met her husrearing their fall apparel until Cot' line; with it she was wearing a grey guarding band who pris-

The

was SS Board of lrus'tees voted unaniând bleck checked straight skirt. ton Day arrives. mous app¡oral of ,a resolution au- oners. He is still in the army and Gwin Wilson v¡as wearint a tail' Grey flannel seems to be very thoriziag immediate preparatiotr attends f'JC night classes. ored powder blue wool suit .with a popular with the girls this year. of plan-s for a separate Jr. College Although she is homeslck, Mrs. white wool jersey blouse, black Seen rvearing grey were: Nedra carnplr-e- The cost is app\oximately (Continaed Page 3)

r-earing a gtey flannel g{0(r.û(¡.r to $450,000. ski¡t r-ith kick pleats at the side, oompleri¡g her outfit she was wear- USC Admission Directoi ing a larendar cashlnere sweater Will Visit Fresno JC rith grey shoes and t¡ey scarf. Åreù-ie Bradshaw, director of 'sporting a ret-T guidaace Lyn-n Rice was of tr'resno Junior College, full skirt algo of .grey flannel 5iÈ hzs announcetl John K. Steinbaq€ù. a baby blue cashmere sv¡eater. r an<ociate director of admissions of blach contour belt and bla.ck shoes- tle University of Southern Califor¡i:, will be in B-1 to talk with pros pective students Fritlay, Aprif 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bradshaw urges students interested in enterlng the professional * ITIEATRE * schools, and desiring counselin& & sAT. or scholarships, to please maÈe arrangements with him before April Three Feolures

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RAMPAGE

Thur¡doy,April 1,1951

Poge Threc

Bullpups Score 13 To 3 Win Cooches Nome Reedley Meet Postponed; Slate Over McCarthy's FJC Nine Green,3 Ro ms Porteruille AddedagainTo the nasty 'ole ther brou€ùt of g *:¡åii,i":l?'"'ü:t¡ I Le a ug AI On #fffHÌofËä" -' 7-'i,:t'lä iErr Junior Þaill """Tffþ*iJ *i"ti".*Ë""i";; sÌ"ä""c.Ë;'B"lÏötÑ"";tÉ-Rð-ai" hitù |

ontest was diamond 13 to 3. The practice contest

'I played last Thurs-

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tr'resno o, ' ¡Dreqm Comg Trrre, Mggls itiat tract caliroraia iArchduke of Hungory l;;; t;

Fresno Junior vu¡¡ç-çð College's

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Once

I

postponement the College thinclads lnmeet iD Reettlev as rain

cenual Associationi

compete last Tuesday. "tnñ.*-;(Continted from Page 2) 'Wledenhoefer anCage league in scoring, wa8 an un- ¡ Shafer said she loves people and I Coach Hans meet will be held that the nouncetl is very fond of l¡¿¡stint She has I animous choice for tåe all leagne *i.li:"-""1111team Fhich sas chosen o" t" lu*o i" almost all the Ðuropean I

Junior College Athletic

frame aud scored one run off of the Bullpup sta¡ter Joe Ybanez' Two Scoreless lnnings

coaches

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^,^^

¡àis pa.st seek.

;saeers at while ¡aming), SB¡¡" and I day and prepa.re for the several ed by the c.oaches ras: Bill Find-¡EnglaDd. Her.greatest heartâchelmeets in the month of -A'prtl. The ley, Collete of rle Sequoias; Da.ni¡= t¡at she is not able to send for'conference meet will be the first Heinrichs, R€€dlet Junior College;; roother, who is still behind ¡¡"'Dart.of .Y"J t.Io*",*1"":T,?:th"l: meet Fill be eligible to qualify for Don ZuEbro. Taft Junior Collete lher lron C'u¡taln, and.-Vern Rymer of Porterville Jun'tàe st¿te meet. lmportance of Knowlcdge ior College. u^- Shafer feels that anyone. PAInONtzE OUR ADVERTISERS ,

they scored two runs

in the

Couege

l'ast

I

cagers.wereselecædforthesecond|thatr''.theopportunityofadçanc-¡T team. They sere: Cleo Coleman, I ing oneseìf in education, as se do Don Steita and Odell Johnson.lhere at FJC, and does not take Other members seþctetl by theladva¡u€p of it is foolish. "l(nos-l

half of the fourth. The Fresno State JV's \çere un' able to score in the top half of the fifth aDal sent Jack ÂltDaD to tàe mountl in the last half of tbe tifth' where he hetd the RaEs dosn to

sbe s4u' said, "is no ledge,- uÈ ¡s something Þu4ËLu¡uË uu second team wel'E, lI lvuË,tr the sgEoq Leau were; coaches Ior coaco.es for LIle Ee awä,y ca¡ ¡-ke away rrour from you. rI Jnnie¡ uolrege; Qo'llqge; lole Eltis, uoallnta Coalinta Jruuor Ted I'ed $llIS, lone cä! a.d Odell Young- | have lost a lot" but knowledge is Robert Fusch and

no rruns throughout fþs æmai¡i¡g blood, Reedley Jueior College; I mine." Eer hobby is photography HARVEY GREEN five innings. Phil Link a¡d .ål Simon, the Col- land said 5þ6 liÈs5 developing her forwqrd . . . All leogue Ratliff Relieves lege of the Sequoir.on the otþer haud CÞarles R*t-l.rco slated to meet the Reedleylgl sneisteachir¡:.l2ncintatalocal liff was sent in by lfcCarthy to re- | Junior College Tigers this after. seventh noon Jn a leatue contest in Reedin the r[e öcveu"ï t(rugot ur tieve t¡r¡¡g lieve tiring Knisht I and the Fresno State Bullpups r9al- I r-ley.

ly cut loose from the

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transferred. there

Plate.

The BullPuPs scored three runs in the seventh, five in the eighth' and three more in the fitral inning. The Fresno St¿te College JV's

i

had four batters çho collecteil two i hits each. TheY were: GreC Sea-l tron, X'rank Dell, Atorre Ältmaa j and Bob Pbair. Don Steitz was the i only man to collect two hits for the; Rams. Fred SnYder snasheal out a triple for the Rams for his only hit of the contest.

Wheo y(n corne right down to G ym sooke frr æ simple reason... eojo¡r. meot A¡d smoking enjo¡rrnent is all a Ér+- dr te$e. Yes, taste is wbat cmts iu a cigræ. And Luckies taste better. T\po facts egplain why Luckies taste better. First, LS/A[J'.T.-Lucþ Strike means ûne tobaæo...lighÇ mild, gd tasting tobacco. Secon{ h¡cki€s a¡e æ hrally made bettec to tssÞ bæ. .. always rorm{ firn, frtryæctedtodrae freely and sñ.ìhe æ€oly. So, for tbe eaifymest ¡lou get from better taste, and @tf fr@ better taste, Be Happy-Go Locty. G a pack or a crton of better-tasting L¡cties today.

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One Mísque

The Bullpups scored thirteen

runs on fourteen hits and commit' ted only one misque, while the Ra¡ns scored three runs on seYen

hits a¡d committed th¡se erlors' The Rams rr-ere slated to meet the Butlpups again Tue-sday afternoon in the Romain ParL TheY are

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RAHPAGE

PoEe Four

F resno Junìor College PloYs

¡,

1954

Eleclion Mqchine Sforfs O¡ High Geqr Mondoy

Attorney'Speaks

By NORA Fresno Junlor College was host . to about 26 students from the SaÈ ger Unlon Hlgh School a¡tl tùeir EþoD8or,

Thur:doy, April

1ìe election machine will start in high gear on Monday. Cadates for the nine student body offices may secure their

petitions from the Fuller. lte student coun , headed by Pat Still, annoonoed tb¿t petitions must be returned by April I with

Mrs..Ione llansone, ls'st

Thursday. Mrs- Hansome saitl a'boot 15 interested students we¡e un-

t$ sign¡tu¡es of stutlent

¿ble to come.

bodY

ùÈs.

semester or more; a nominee must will neet I have carried at least 12 units wltb Aril 9 a¡d 112 to approye the eügi- | a C average for tle fall seuiester. bitity of students who submit pe- | The present student body offitl.Ëons a¡d thel¡ campaign re-lcers are .Àrtbur Lea, Bresident; Miss Still, vice president; A¡n Nel$rcsts. (tualificatrons for candidates in-l soD, secretary; Joe Gonzales, treae' l[cNay, Bla¡che Mil' Ronnie Ore¡p, Bob Pascoe, Rich- | alueed by D¡. Luclle \ü'illiams, cov- clode nembership ln the Fresno I urer; Shlrley Popp, a¡d Thomas hahn, Gladys stud,ent associated the College from Junior Netlo sltuation tl€ I Niles ard Rose, St¡¡ley Scìtetritz, lered body, attenttance at FJC for one I Ryan, represèntatives at large betiE!¡¡g to the present day Thoraton, tnd Stô¡et fusan.

Arla¡genents for the tour of divis' classes of the FJC's three 'Wllla iona ç'ere made bY llias

Tù,e elecüon coñmlttèe

Mareh, dean of students, Newell W' Booth, P¡incipal of the SIJH antl Mrs. fla¡some. John Mock, gener' al educatlou cbairman, Robert P'

Ila¡sler, t¡ade antt industrial cooralinator, lltss Ethel McCormack' business education coordinator' took the g¡oup'to the classes and exptained our Progxam. Luncheon Held in Ramble lnn

After the luBcheon heltl ln the

Ramble Inn, the guests were given

intlivitlual counseling by'A¡chie

Bradshaw, director of guidanee, sho

tùeir I reported to them the result of their college aptitude exâminations Siren i

in

Sa,nger.

Mrs. Ilansome'saiil, "Sa'ngBr Ûn-

haPPY to sort i with FJC officials in tàe guida¡ce added' She program with seniors-"

ion lligh School is

"The results of such a progri¡¡D a¡e proving worthwhile in that about 50 per cent of Sanget's seniors go

Today's GhesteÉield is the Best Gigarette Ever Made!

I

on to collegp."

Tom Flores, business maþr antl se¡ior class President, e¡fesse¿ gxest enthusiasm for the EBneral

*Ch€aterfields for Me !"

frienitly cæI¡eletion of FJC instfuct' ors- Ee satd he is lookint lorward

to attentling FJC next

semester' Jean Laurence ls Glaas Treasurer Jea¡ Laurence, general education m¿þr, ls treasul€r of tìe senior

cl¡qs of SIIE. Sttting arountl

yeús of æLt¡tiÊc tobacco research.

a

table in the Ramble Inn wlth Martù¿ Casey, Beverly Klnzel a¡d 'Wa¡da D¿vls, sÞe antl her ÊÈl friends agreed tlí-e ept togetherness

of stuatents and facultY at

f.JC

suited them.

On the other hand, Ronnie Owens, busÍness chalrman of SUII senior clasg, said he is convinced after vislting here, that he wlll tlef-

idtely enroll in the

business de

pa¡tÐent. He said his vtsit Proved thrt f.JC has a complete business

prcgrsm and was equally impress€d

rith the frientlline¡s of everyone'

Jobn Cnrmp, who hoPes to enter

HOW'D YOU

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LIKE

is the record. Bi-monthly examinations gf a group of smokers showno adverse effects to nose, throat and sinuses from smoking Chesterfigld.

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