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RAMS PLAY CITRUS JC SATUR

Cocrch Hcrrs lV'iedenhoefer's Rcmbling Rqms will be reody fo¡ the Citrus ]unior College Owls when the IC closh in cr non-leogue title- contest at Rcrtcliffe Stcdium Scturdoy night. The Ram line includes, from left to right, Fred Rqco, Horry Miller Pete Mehcs, Bill P¡itchcrd, Bill Lomb ond Bill Herron. in the bockfield qre Alex Kobzoff, Clint l,etlow, John Lujcmo, crnd Kenny Pipes.

REÄ.DY FOR CITRUS

FNESNO JUNION

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Fresno JC Takes On Owls In

Non-League Encounter This Saturday evening at 8 PM, the Rams of Fresno Junior College will entertain the Owls of Citrus Junior College at Ratcliffe Stadium in a non-league encounter. Thus far this year the Owls,have compiled a 1-3 record. Their one win was an impressive 14-0 victory over Porten¡ille

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PUBI,ISHED BY THE ASSOCIATEO SIUOENTS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER IZ,

ls Re-Organized

meetiDg

tr'ragus, Red Key; Caralee B.lizzarQ,, Talent Club; Charlotte Sprayberry, Technical and Industrial Club;

Susan Chandler, Rampage,

and

Cokey Newman, Rambler. Bea¿h, Phi Betå Lambda plesident,

The queen will be elected by the

Willian Murphy, Bevadean Breed' student body at the rally which ing, and Charles Leavitt. will be held Wednesday, October 30,

in the audltorium.

Guidance Group Elects Eckenrod FRESHMEN TO

PRESENT DANCE

Gervase Eckenrod., an FJC business divisfon counselor, was elect"Plain 'Ole Dance" ls the theme ed president of the San Joaquln of the freshman sponsored d¿nce to Valley Guidance .{ssociatlon l¿st be ln the socla.l hall of the Student Thursday ln the ftrst meetlng of Center Buildlng on the Fresno the school year at Ï*resno State Junior College campus, right after

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lected from\the various clubs and organizations on the campus. The candidates for the honor and their respective organizations are The California chapters of the Future Business Leaders of Ameri- Kathy Sharum, Associated Men

FJC participants included Mrs. Ðdna K. Hartley, Gervase Ecken' rod, and Mrs. Wilma B. 'Weston, advisors of the local chapter, RaY

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a 6 foot 2 inch 190 pound top plav- | er is easily considered a standout I foseoh W" King' the rally comDlaver on the team althoush they I mittee adviser, stated that the F.JC have linemen weighlng as much as lchorus, .under the direction of C. Loì¡¡eU Spencer, will sing the alma zz5 pounds. I The Rams should be at full I mater and lead the students in a strength when they meet the Ox'ls I new fight sottg' as the flu has Just about ¡un lts I Yell leaders Bob Conti, Norn course on the Ram squad. I Mader, Darlene Kachadoorian, and The probable startfng lineups for I Karren Cowan will be present to each team are as follov¡s: I practice yells. Citrus I The Pep Band, under the direc-

Homecoming Queen. .Queen candidates have beeù se-

ca were re-organized Saturday at a Students; Margaret Christensen, of the state executive Associated Women Students:' Sharboard at the Fresno Junior College. Lovine, Caduceus; Harriet Iloward Pease of Fullerton JC, on Brumbaugh, California S tud ent the college vice-President, was Linda Allen, Teachers Association; elected state president. Charles Leavitt of Flesno was elected to l'reshman Class; F"arideh Ghaffari, the position of college vice-presi- International Club; Carel Christensen, Newman Club; Donna Yonng, dent. The executive bóard voted unan- Phi Beta Lambda; Sharon Cumimously that R. Conway Spitler be mings, Phi Theta Kappa; Susan reinstated as state faculty director. Cyr, Rally Committee; Barbara

L Sched ui ed

was at full strength u¡hen att Hr.coltege ,,Ram Rally', for their | the upcoming Flesno beat Porterville, while in . :h? Junior colI other gamee they had men missing l"g.-citio. JC game wilt be heltt I from the lineup' morni:rg at 1l o'clock in citrus' quarterback, Bob, Kilmer, lto-orro* ã; u;t;"".ity Âvenue auditorium.

on 3) Fresno Junior College will hold its annual Homecoming celebration during the last three days of the week of the FJC-Reedley football game. Numerous events have been scheduled for the celebration including the selection of a

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Nsmes Kathy Shqrum 'Swe ethec,rÍ' A kickoff

dance sponsored by the Inter-Club Council was held in the student center social hall last Saturday evening. At the dance, the results of the Associated Men Students sweetheart contest \Yere announced by Jim Richmond, AMS president. The winner was Kathy Sharum, who won out over Jean Mendieta. Claudia Andresen and Luella Sinner. ,q.t the front of the hall near the door was a sign saying "Hi Taft!" .4. football hung Dear the center of the hall on which the Flesno Jun-

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ior Collete school colors were sruarr M. white, rhe ñesno run'| ^-:u.'-_n::"tt"' Gane, College's Shaw Ave, Campus. the game betrreen FJC and Citrus draped from one side a¡d the Taft ior College president, .ìilill attend t.titt" n StediumI In a panel discussion on "Trendg College of Azusa. The dance wlll colors from the other. srate liaison meetfnrs pll_rteshman dance, social î: "1p-..::T in Ädmlsslons Stantlards," the last until 12 midntsht. ot Call II ro Hall. SeYerel members of the faculty tatlves of the Unlversity speakers were George llolstein, Ro¡altl Hogen, freshman class attended the dance either as pa- fornia, state colteges, .ju{otlol- I O"a"U", ZZ FJC dea.n of admissions and rec' president, ls ln charge of the dance. trons or $¡ests. A,mong the patrons leges and high schools in Berkeleyl Z,aO fU_phi Thet¿ Kappa, inlords; flarry E. Jones, FSC asso- The sponsors of the affalr ar:e Miss were Paul H. Stårr, Mrs. Kay Sea- tonor¡ow ald Saturday. home of Mrs' Bliss' ciate dea.n of admissions and rec' Gertrude Stubblefield, tr'loytl Quick, g¡aves, Dr. and Mrs. Rolf 'W. Or- on Fri<lay anernoon, durlns o",|jil?n' T" I orde; Edward Sanders, Ponona and H. Dean La¡sen. jornt dal, JackÉon Carty,'Miss Margaret session, white will discuss de| ï prrr_ñ"*-an crub ltrsta[a_ College dean of admissions, and , The admission is free wlth stu- E. Tylor, Keith M. Emmert and vices used by junior tion, Coed r.ounge. :olt:ce-s ln I Edgar L. T'azier, UCLA associate dent body cards and a charge of Norvel R. Caywood. Attending the counseling hith school students I O","i". ãu director of admissions. cents for gue6t6 will be made. dance as guests were Mr. and Mrs. and thelr value. A. valuable Last day to ma¡(e up incom_ :-"_¡l:* | punched Melvin Angell, FSC test offlcer, Stuclent body ca^rds u¡lll be Fra¿cls Hlgeins and Mr. and Mrs. tion of printed matertals will be I plete grades. at the dance. wa¡ the Þ4,ûel moderator. Wayne SlEpBoD. shown.

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@ober 17,1957 SATELa|TE ?. .

JC PIay NìghI Sef For Nov.4

.

The Unlversity Str€et Playhouee

staff announced today that therewlll be a Fresno Junior Collegp Play Night, Monday. Noy. l, at

Publlshetl weekly by the Journallsm students of the Fresno Junlor College, 1101 Unlverslty, Fresno, Californla. Composed by the Central (þüfõrnta Typotraphic Service. Unsigned edltorials are the expresslon of the editor.

EIDITOR

8:15 PM.

-----------.---.-ED BRIGGS

BI]SINESS MANA,GER-. ÂSSISTANT EDITOR..-....

Alvin Kauffman, a F resno State College speech instructor, ¡t¿ted,

-...ALICE! ALVAREZ .BOB BERTHOLF

"FJC students will be admltted with their student body cards and

a 75 cent ticket one half the price of the regu.lar admission." "Cradle Song," the first play of the 1957-58 fall season, was written by G. Martinez Sierra, a¡d will be produced under the direction of

Philip lV'alker.

Rolly Group Peps Up SPirit But Needs Student Support

STUDENTS

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PLACES STUDENTS The Fresno Junior

Live Outside School D¡strict

More than one thousand of the 3,400 tr''resno Junior College stud.ents live outside the trtresno City Unifieat School District in which FJC is a member school. tr'JC President Stuart M. lf¡hite said 1,034 studeDts have legal residences outside tl:e district, includ-

ing 803 elsewhere In X'resno

ty

Campus Lìbrory ls For You

and 168

in

Coun-

Madera County.

13 From Kings

Students from other California counties include Àlamecla, 2; Del Norte, 1; Glenn, 2; Inyo, 5; Kern, 1; I(ings, 13; Los A¡geles, 8; Ma-

rin, 1;

Mariposa,

1; and

Merced,

29.

place students Hundreds of the tr'JC students went to high school in centxal San

Joaquin Valley communities

in full trme jobs.

ln other California

'

cities

a.nd 121 ln high schools in other states. FJC has 75 foreip. students.

98 From May'era The central San Joaquin Valley htgh ichools and their graduates at FJC include Caruthers, 16; Central Union, 27; Chowchtlla., 42; Qlç vis, 136; Dos Palos,.22; Fowler,

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Kerman, 31; Klng¡burg, 12; Madera, 98; Rlverdele,6; Sanger, 73;

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technical and industrlal division placed 232 stutleirts in full time jobs during the last school year, President Stuart M. 'ffilte saial the division had 97? students enrolled ln 10 vocational training fields. The students and the placements by vocations include auto mechanics, 138 and 23; body and fender, 74 and 19; carpentry, I and 2; electricity, 36 antl 6; machine shop, 74 and.23:. mill öab-. iret, 24 a¡d. 2i radio, 219 antl 56; vocational nursing, 68 antl 13; welding, 72 ard. 21; engineering, 274'and,67. 'White said the techtrical and. industrial division wlll agafn try to

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The number of students f¡tm Fresno high schools includes Roosevelt, 375; f,'resno, 367; lltllson, 134; San Joaquin Memor{al, 93; anal Fresno Àduìt School, 43.

Administrotors Attend Bokersfield Conference

Patronize

President Stuart M.'White of the

Flesno Junior College ântl 1957' 58 heatt of the Centr¿l California Junior College Association, conducted the fall meetlng: of the organization last FrldaY at the Bakersfleld College. F'JC was represented bY tu¡o oth' er administrators, John S. Hansen'

the admlnistrative dea.n, and.Archle Bradshaw, the dean of students' who is the association's secretary.

Our Adveilisers ANNUAT BAPTIST STUDENT RECEPTION Sundoy, Oct. 20

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Church Plqns Receptìon For Its Sfude nts îhe

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Bus ServÍce For Sfude nls tr'resno Junior Oollegp

Elarvard-Temace Bapilst

Church, 2518 North Ceda¡ Ave., vill entertain at an annual receptlon Sunday from 5 to 6 PM, honoring all F-lesno Junlor College and Flesno State College Baptist and

Chowchilla

Madera ----7:d) AM at Mary's Cafe, Highway 99 and'A'St. Highway City

churoh cbob under the directorship

Color Scheme

A¡ Oatober color scheme of green a"nd orange will be carried out ln the decorations and food supper.

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puxpose

of

Harvard-îeirace'e annual reception is to ertend a special welcome to all Baptist (or Baptist preference) students and to acgua.int tå.em with the pro-

gram provideal by the church as, well aß to encourage church nem' bership and participatron during college,

Harvard-Terrace h

as wo rk

ed

throu€ù the campus organìzation, the Baptfst Student Union, and its new director, Miss Betsy Ross, in planning this event. The BSU coun-

cil and members will be the special tuests of the evening. Receiving Líne

The receiving line will include the pastor and his wlfe, Brother a.nd Mrs. B. B. Fletcher; the state Baptlst 'Stuclent Uûion Director and hrF wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Rollins;.,¿nd. tbe-,music directoq Davi<l Mitchell. Joe Davis, an FSC student, will

be the master of ceremonies. JoY Stover, FSC, .and A¡lta Sisk, FJC, will attend the Suest book. Hostesses w'ill be Mrs. Celestine Dunkln, Mrs. Vivian Àskew and Mrs.

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at Shaw Ave. and Highway 99 The bus will arrive at UnivÞtslty Campus at 7:50 AM, antl at O St.

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musical prog¡am featuring the

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Madera anea are as follows:

theme "Your Home Àway from Homo" will be presented by the

Tra¡sDortation will be ananged for any student calling AD 7-8148

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' The pick-up statione iD

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for tbe butfet

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operatlng a bus servlce whlch wlll transport, both to and from school, those students who live in Madera County a¡d in a¡eas south of FVC.

Baptist preference students. This announcement is made by the youth committee, which hag been responsible for planning the .4,

JC Operofes

First row, Ieft to right: Lindc Allen, Harriet Brumbough, Ccrolee QUEEN HOPEFULS Ccr¡ol Ann Ch¡istensen, Morgcnet Christicræen, crrd Shoron Blizzcnd, Suscrn Chqndler, Cummings. Second row: Suscm Cyr, Bcrbora Fragus, Fcnideh Ghaffcai, Shcron Lovine, Kcrthy Shorum, Cokey Newmcrr, Chcrlotte Sprcryberry, crnd Donncr Young. (Story on puge l)

Ph¡ Theta Kappa To lnitiate Ph¡ Beta Lambdd Members Tuesday Greets ln itiates

Th¡rty

White cárnations and candlelight will be the setting for the Phi Tlreta Kappa initiation dinner to be held luesday at 7:30 PM in the home of Mrs. Dorothy D. Bliss, one of the sponsors of the organization. Phi Ttreta Kappa is a reeogn ized honora,ry scholarship promotet society, :ietv. whose object is to Promote^raracter, I for Phi Theta Kappa this semester scholarship, to develop character, anÇ to cultivate fellowship amoDg I on the basis of grades made last students in junior colleges in the sprrng. United St¿tes. They a¡e Arvltl .Allen, F elix The organization was sta¡ted in Äycock, Ethel Ball, Billie L. Bratl1819 antl at the present tlme has shaw, Jay Bretney, Bertha Cortliág, over one hundred chapters in the Sharon Cumnings, Jean Cress, United States. The Ftesno Junior Harry J. Hale, Esthe¡ lferedia, Collete chapter is Phi Theta Beta. Donaltl Hosklns, Shirley Huber, Student Quallflcatlons Älton Euffm¿n, Juhan Kurrik, The society consists of active C¿rol Mclntyre. alurDnl and honorary memberg, Richa¡d Morris, Ruby Oberst, I

Actlve membership conslsts of students tenerally enrolled. student body. He must carry fifteen units, twelve of which must be trâ¡sfer' able, and also have "8" or better

Gene Patterson, Benny Quintana, Wiuiam Eldward Roberts, Ola Gean Scribner, Charles F. Smith, Sht¡ley Spomer, Ylctor Takeuchl, Sumiyi Taniguchl, Rodney Van Kirk, -A'rlene Vettling, Glynda Voorneveld,

Eighteen new members of Phi Beta Lambda, the FJC chapter of the ffuture Business Leaders of .A,merica, were initlated last night

in a

ceremony which preceded a potluck dlnner and dancing to records end games.

The chapter's officer$ and

Campus at 8 AM. The bus will leave O St. Canpus at 4:30 PM anrl University CâmpuB at 4:40 PM, anrl deliver students to various pick-up stati,ons along the line and dead-end in Chowchilla, The pick-up stations in the Sanger area are as follorrs:

Sanger ..-----6:30 AM at N and 1'lth St., SnoWhite Drive lnn.

Kingsburg

-6:50 AM

at the high school. Selma ....----....--.----------------.-.7: 10.4M at MacDonald's Cafe on High-

way

99.

Fowler ..--.--7:ã) AM at Fowler Lumber Company and Highway

99.

Malaga .--.---7:35 at Malaga Post Office

AM and

General Store.

The bus wlll arriYe at O

com-

St.

mittee chairmen w'ere in charge of Canpus at 8 AM and.at University arrangements fo¡ the initiation, as- Campus at 8:15 AM. sisted by the a.dvisers. The bus will leave Universlty The initiates include John .AIex- Campus at 4:30 PM. and. 'O' St. ander, Lester Ätkins, Bev Breed- Campus at 4;40 PM, a"nd deliver ingr Robert Cunningham, Carol students to ttre va¡ious pick-up Danlels, Michasel Diaso, Carlee stations along ttre line and deadForsman, Jean Gress, Linda Has- end in Sanger. tings, Jan Janshorn, Diana Joh¡son, Vera Mae Joseph; Dave Kelz, Carolynn Steffen, Blllie Jean Trout,

Betty Yan Baugh, Ma^rgie Van Vleet, and Donna Young. The officers are Ray Beach, president; Cbarles Learritt, first vice

II "Represenf

F

JC ln Ree dley

trlesno Junior College was rìepng president; Shirley Huber, second sented Oct. 72 at tb;e Íìall Confen Juanita Daniels. vice president; Nola Myers, secre- ence of the Central Califoiaia JunInvitations have bèen mailed to aYerage. 'W'ashington, aqal Sally Ya- tary; Sharon. Vlallem, treasu-reÌ; ior College Student Govellment 500 X'Ì€sno Junior College and Out of the entlre tr'JC student Bryant Bill Murphy, reporter; aud Sumi Conference by 11 members of tìe qualified maguchl, thlrty Etudent body, only tr'¡esno State College students. student council and the advisor, Taniguchi, historian. Joseph King. Reedley .--.-.-..-..2 Fresno ---..--...--.-1 Coalinga ----.---.,0

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The committee chal¡men are Those attending tncluded: Al social; Carol The workshop was helal from Sha¡on Cumninga, publictty; Miss Steften, Grace, student body presldent; Daniels, mechanlcs lnstructorc, Charles June 17 to June 28. The instruc- ways and means; Leavitt, prrog¡am, Augie Caldera, Shirley Hub'er, Ron Coffman and. Carl Rustidan, at' tors speclalized on General Motors and Miss Myers, secretaliâl Hogan, Jim Repa.pe, Mer8iatet servtendeC aD automotlve wo¡kshop receiYed two semêB- ice. Tbe advisers are Mrs. Edna Christensen, Geraldine St¿yenson, each cars and last summer et GeD€ral Motors Hertley, Gervase Elckenrod, and Phil Bertlesen, Sharon Q¡mmtngs, Tralning Center in San f.eandro, ter unlte of upper dlvlslon cr€dit Sh¿ron Wallem, and Rlchard A-n-

Auto Mechonic lnstructors Attend Workshop

CCICA STANDINGS W'LT

Californla-

from San Joee State

College.

Mrs. Wilma Bmdley Weston,

stFoDg.

Following a reception a¡d reglstration, a generel assembly s¡as beltl to acqualnt delegates sith the progruu¡r of the day. The workshops ln wbich tr'JC To elect new officers a¡d to dis- tooh part were: Activiùles. A¡soclcuss the qualifications needed to ated 'Women Athletics, Students,, become a member was the prlmary purpose of the Fine .{rts Club Í'inance, Public Relatlons, Secreta, ries, a¡d Student Goyernment, which met Thursday at 12:40 PM .A,t the afternoon assembly, Ben in Room 13? of the admfnistretion Kor of Reedley was elected to re¡> buililinp on. the Unlversity Àve. resent the CCJCSGA as Pa¡liamencarDpus. taria¡ at tùe state conferenoe to be Officers elec¿ed at the first neet- helcl in Sa¡ tr'ranclsco ln Novenber. lng were John Shllow, president; A¡thur Derooorjlan, vlcepresident; Prlscilla Valentine, secretary; and Marie Shilow, treasurer, ASflt0cKT

Fine Arts Club Elects Off¡cers

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, Øober

RATIPAGE

By AUGIE CALDERA

The Fresno Junior College Rams ended a three year iinx by posting a20 to 0 victory over the Taft Junior College Couga¡s iast Sãturd¿y night in Ratcliffe Stadium before a cr,owd ôf

Sports Editor

tr*resno, ReedleY, Coalinga' aud imCollege of the Sequoias scoretl

1500.

The Ram's first score c¿me late result of. a blocked punt bY

pr€sive wins in last week's Central California, Junior College Athletic

no's

to o antl CoS smacked Hatrcock' Coalinga out'scored Sierra College

il

19.

and impressive in their meeting,

very

X'resno

Bill Herron, Don O'Berg, antl I

in the opening period as a

Coach Hans 'Wiedenhoefer clear-

Walt Miller. Quarterback John Lu'I ed his bench in the third aûd fourth jano went over from the three for I quarters. Fresno threatened to the touchdo$'n. Halfback Alex Kob- | score twice ln the fltral qua^rter but 29ff aalaled the extra point. I both drives were halted by penalLujano intercepted a Cougarlües. tne Rams'had a tot¿l of 1? pass on the Taft 30 to set up the I penalties totaling 100 yards. next R¿m score. It took Fresno Ram Statistics four plays to hit pay alirt wlth I F.resno now has a Cent¡al Cati-

Association football game' The RåDs troutrce<l Taft, 20 to 0, Reecllãv1*.pt past Porterville' 27 to 13'

to

1957

Roms Outploy Toft JC, Win Gome Essily,20-0

Spotltghtinç the Sportó

34

17,

and

a short

gcrin behind qn Taft unidentified 44, as ber 81 in R¿tcliffe I the blocking of end Fred R<¡co, 0 to Rcrns'20 the stop'in the decide who this vear's .CCJ.CAI Cor-,gor comes up to mqke wtll be. Reedlev. i" "'tth;l victoirv lcst Scrturdcy night, "n"-piott a doubt tåe most lmÞrove! out Hcrlfback Frcr¡k Elter, 23, rombles'for

Lujano throwing to halfback Eenry

for the

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score. Kobzoff'. I of one win and one tie. The """o.d conversion attempt was wide and In¿;s 298 yardÊ. lz4 by the halftime score Í¡as 1-3 to 0. I ruslinfand "uitr"¿ 16g by passlng: as cornvrr€nËrv_r¡r- .- lpared to 6g yards for Taft, 86 on Hama Drive OffenslvelY Rams urrve ln tne early ¡¡¡. .-_" I fhê ground ó6ó¡r s4¡r scored agaln Fresno suu[eu Ì.resD.o ?2 fhrôrrsh fhê ât¡_ lthe øôrrnrt and ^nd 32 through the air. third quartei when the Rams took I Only o.-1., once onne ilicl di. the thê CouEB¡s corr.e.rÊ get ret a+ au"nq the kickoff and drove 72 yards I insi¿e the tr'resuo B0 yard llne but | tudents attended tñe ¡-ol,J'g^d::'-kiY,?lP,.SL:þ. ouaint its. members with the vari- in six plays with Lujang t*r. I will undoubtedly pose ll-yj"-clthey never seriously threat€ned to " to Kobzoff for the final tally. Kob' I SCOFe. "tiiã tn"--"isnt n"-" "o-" ,"å,$""Ï"å"tå'T,:l:n zoff, who was aided bv a kev block - ---r---Scoring summary OctoberSl. I through rivarrv by F reil Raco added the extra point I ^Ì ^"'"" on oct'-e' I taft ...-...-_..._.....,_-_...-....0 0 0 0-0 Batketbarr lcamous '- -- l::-i":-ï:" :ilî: to make the fina.l score 20 to 0' CoachJoeKellyhasissuedthe|.Electedasofflcerswerell¿rry|u¡i:ho:helc:uÏ. and trades from speakers Guest Bj3ìl1i:1,_91j.*^:nfl^":: presrdent; J"i luJouv lvaP¡elvs -'_ - --- -Lucau to au Þrospecrive casers. .ltlrù"tui.,president; end Charlotte fndustries throughout Fresno r(ll | Fresno scoring touchdow¡s - yard 13 passes for two touchdowns Ðnd ! Jano, l".oo. 3 B yard vard run; run: Stennls, Stennla. 3 B a lmeettng bettl Tuesday, Ke[V lvice _ Yard students' the arouse tnvited to be Becre-tary-treas1!1--. U"i"t"¿ ttre hopefuls on thle Vea/s I Spravberry' t22 yerdã. IIe passed to halfbacklpass; Kobzoff, 3? yaral pas8-mn. of the club'. accord- intêrest ln their particular fÍelds' schedule and aDtrouncetl plans for I the nuroosgs Ken Pipes for several larte gains.rConverslons: Kobzofl,2. to better ac- stated Ma,this. Octosradium mav

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