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Technical, lndusfrial Division Plans New Programs For Next Fall technical and industrial division plans to tions to offer a number of new progrâms. President Stuart M. Whlte they will include aircraft, tliese heavy duty méchanics, graPhl arts, general metal, alr condlüor

ing, refrigeration, a.Dd cosmetoloÊt Rob€rt P. Ilansler, the tllvlslon'

iiiliiåi$#iflälå: ffi,ä:ffiT I A p p o i n t m e n t s sllk screen Process.

Engineering ExPanded

Program Changes Students may register

Ken Pipes, trTesno Junior Colleæ Etudent body presitlent, annou¡ced shop I ãi" ;;"k ;hat four more comnis-


W¡ll Host

Valley Teachers

make a change of program in the

Meeting Saturday

missions and r€cords, etated that

An annual good teaching conference of the department of classroom teachers of the central section of the California Teachers Association will be held on the University Ave.


of five new admlnietration office unt¡l tomorlate next fall row. Campus, the George C. Holstein, dean of adexpand its opera-


a¡d the

Tomorrow ls The Dead line For

NO. ló

27, 1958


the houne for rcglstration are from I to 11 AM. Program câmpus Saturday. changes may be made between I and 3 PM. Any registratlon after tomor-

Dorothy Hamilton, the department president said, "leachfrom all over the Sa,n Joaquin Valley are expected. to attend" sections in the section lnclude cou¡-

row will be on an audit baale only, and no petitloning for. credit will be allowçd, Mar. 7 is the la6t day for students to drop

tles from Kenr to

coursea without'penalty.

Tomorrow is the deadli,ne for He addetl that the new prìog'ams will make possible th" .ioo"r" n"o" accepted. eBpoint- sophomores who wish to apply I expa.nslon of the englneeflng p]_ ments and have been approved by for graduation. | year gram a,nct the ts'o tra,nsfet l th; J"ã;;t council. protram for iDdustrial arts majorÊ The new offlcers are Sharon Serve preparing to teach. publicatio¡s; Hansler said the aircraft p"o'I y a I I e m' -Tl:11" *-o"u I s11"'"1. 3"bti-ttT _P-1 -_Tln"""' On,'lfccredifaf ion s.ã;iii Bã"Àit stuaenìs iolicense. Lusk' arts' rallf' Les oral aatl for the aircraft a¡d en8ine I The dean said other new pro- | Miss Wallem' a sophomore pnd Commíttee Study president of grams, previously only available to I busines.s major, is-a-'native "1-P:' Stuart M. White, night students, will be offered to I Kalb, Ill', an'l a Kingsburg High the trÌesno Junior College, will be the chairman of an dccfe{litation day students as the need adses in I School graduate' the community. They will include I Munger is a tr'resno lligh School committee to investiga.te San Jose plumbing and general woodshop. lgracluate and is a first. y.e9,r !!u- Junior College Mar. 19 and !0. rlent. He is an education najor. W¡ll Occupy 103,0ü) Feet tÈis committee will rêPresent The new buildings will occupy I lfiss Skinner, a business major the 'W'estern College Association 103,000 square feet and be of pre- | from Fowler, ls a first year stu- in cooperation with the Califonria fabricated concrete. The land has I dent. Junior College Association. .arready been purchased. The buikl'| Lusk, promineut in athretics at Working with IVhite will be Dr. ings will be constructed on two Iligh, is a physical educa- Harold H. Stephe¡son, Spcramento blochs east of the or¡s.9nt .]rlt l tion major and a member of the Junior College; Ériancis' P.'!il'ilber, the

in the morning sesslon on the topic, "Muscles, Minds, and



White W¡ll

campus between it and Fe Railroad. tracks,


Los .A,ngeles Trade and Technical ffiO-"ï "Urr. Junior College; Dr. Douglas A. acceptÍns tr'our units rrill parallel univer'| - commissioners -o-rtlces tr'essenden, Sa.n tr'rancisco State weekwer9,-!hirle{,-ÏYl"-": sity avenue and one ¡;-p;bt"llast Joe Gibson'..athletics; College; Robert Huff, Stanford Aveuue. Del Mar Avenueìill ¡slwelfare; c:"1: University; and Wesley P. Smith, såarum' crosed. berween u"i*rrit"---""¿ l5dhi .Tt::bJi"t;tyn Steffen, social affairs, and A.l state director of vocational educaWeldon Avenues.

parliamentarian. architect, Grace,

The pla-ns of the 'W'alter 'Wagaer, have been


by the Fresno City Board of Education. After approval of the state division of architecture, the board will lnvite bitls for the con-




Cyr, Dougherty Will Fly To AWS Meeting

Susan Cyr, president of the Associated 'Women Students, a,Dal

'White said the money for the Mrs. James 'W. Dougherty, sponsor buildlngs and equipment wlll of the organizatfon, will fly to San come from the last bond lssue ap- Flancisco Saturday, tr'ebruary 29, Broved for the tr'resno Unifietl for an ^{W'S conference to be heltl at the San tr'ranclsco City College. School Dlstrlct.



Robert R. Gros, a vice president of thê Paciflc Gas and Electrlc Company, of San lYancisco, wlll

Ajter a luncheon ir.the Junior Cotlege ..,f.

trtesno cen[er,

eight groups will tlisc'Fss the good teaching parts

of the conference. The groups and. their chairmen

include Rosalie Slater, Hanford City Schools, nathematics; Dr. Donald Alkire, tr'resno State College, social science; Charles Hall, Sequoia Junior High Sóhool, cre' a,tive ar| Donald Ericksen, Reetlley Junior College, lenguage arts; ROBERT R. GROS . . . Teqchers' Conclqve Speaker Elaine Spillers, tr'ort Mi[er, Junior High School, the g{fted child; Mrs. Maude Llndeman, Madera Cor¡¡ty Schools consultant, forqign language; F?ances Essley, trÌesno High School; mental antl ph¡sical health, Dr. Paul Pastor, trnresno Junior The Central California Junior College. The exhibits will be furnished by Cotrlege Association's annual faculty workshop will be held. at E'res- the tr'resno County Schools' audio visual department, book companies, no State College Mar. 15.

CCJCA Workshop

W¡ll Be March 15

Member junior colleges of the art, supply houses, association are X'lesno Junior Col- stores.

lege, Coalinga College, Allen Hancock College of Santa Maria, Taft Junior College, Bakersfielcl College, The University Àve. bookstore Porterville College, Colege of the is open Monday through F'rtdaY Sequoias of Visala, San Luis from 8 AM to 4 PM. The store on Obispo Collte, and Re€dley Colthe O St. campus ls oPen daily lege. from 11:30 .A.M to 2 PM. Both Coffee and doughnuts will be stores are open Monday through served in the cafeterta at I ÀM, Thursday night from 6:45 to Stuùt M. White, president of the 8:45 PM. CCJCA, will preside over the general session at 10 ÄM. The k€ynote address, "Partners ln Mucation," will be given by Dr. Âroolil Joyal, president of tr'resno State College.

Bookstore Hours



3,546 Students Enroll For FJC Spring Semesfer A total of

3,546 students


for the springjs sem€stêr sur?&ssing for the first time ln Þes¡o Junior College history, the tot¿l enrollment for the prevlous fall seEes[er.

Wlth the compleUon of the


ond v¡eek of tùis semester, the en-

rollmeDt stands


1,902 day stu-

The section meetings at 11:15 dents and 1,644 nisbt students. ÀM ancl 1:35 PM will deal vrith Nlght, stu<lents lnclude 745 ln probleús and solutions to the various subject areas. "Student Problems of Transfer" will be discussed by Dr. Leo Wolf-

in trade extension, pre-employment and apprentice classès in the technlcal and industrial clivision- There a¡e son, dean of students, trlesno State 745 d,ay anrl night students attendCollegg during a luncheon meetlng. ing under various veterans laws. academlc courses, 859

Late registration for d.ay classes

FJC Coffee Shop

Hours Announced


end tomorrow. Students desir-

ing to register should report to the admissions office on


the U4iver-

campus between 8-11 AM.

The tr'lesno Junior College cafe-

teria antl coffee shop are open daily for the convenience of both

The Fresno Junior College spring semester officers cne (1, to r.): NE\[i STUDENT OFFICERS front row, Äugie Caldera, representotive; Phil Bertlesen, AMS presidenf Suscm Cyr, AIVS president; Dicrrq Avilcr, trecsure4 Ccrol Dqniels, secretcry; Mcngcnet Cttristensen, representqtive; Joan Campopicrro, representcrtive; cmd Sal Rodriguez, representctive; back row, Victor Tqkeuchi, vicê-president; Jesse McFerren, representotive; King Morris, representcrtive; Tom lVillicmrb, representative; Kenneth Pipès, student body president; Lou Scmders, representcrtive; Don Recl, representctive, qnd Dick Brcrtcher, representc¡tive.

CA1ENDAR Feb. 27

ó¡ IH¡


student and faculty members. Lr¡¡ch hour in the cafeteria is

12:40 PM Worlil Âffairs Club




from 11:15 AM to 1:30 PM each 12:40 PM Inter-Club Council, day; dinner is served from 5:30 to council room ? PM e¿ch evening except trÏiday. 12:40 PM Talent Club, B-8 Coffee shop hours are from 7:30 Feb.28 AM to 3:45 PM daily and from Deatlline for sophomores to aBply ?:30 to 8:45 PM Monday through for graduation. The Ramble Inn on the O St. campus is open tlaily from 7 AM to 1 PM.


for change of program. Eixecutive Board


Meeting, ÀD-116

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¡llü0¡ calllsl



JC's HìsÍory

The tr'resno Junior College llbrary is currently featuring an


Publlshetl weekly by the Journalism students of the f'resno Junlo¡ exhtbtt created by Libra¡{an JackCollege, 1101 Unlvèrsity, Í'rósno, Callfornle. Composed by the Ce¡t-ral son Carty and centered on the Caüfõrnta Typographlc Serslce. UnsiÊneil ealltorlals are the expresslon htstory of the school, the oltlest of the edltor. ..._._._-._--._EÐ BRTGGS


junior college ln Califoraia.

..-.-ALICE ALVAX,EZ In 1910 C. L. Mcl¡ane, the super.-..-..PAT RAF'Í-ERTY intendent of Flesno City Schools, established the post-high school institution. The 28 students attenaled F¡._'_ _ sphool at 1430 O St., in con¡'unction

A ll ?. I I Lollege )tandards Klslng

In the past fev¡ months

with Fresno High School and educators have been attempting to three instructois.

establish some adequate means quirements. -

to tighten

classroom re-

the might, on its own


The tr'resno Junior College in l92L combined with the Fresno

its scientific and tech- Normal School, whìch was later to great deal of attention become tr'resno State College. Both the field of education schools were located at the present the chalk dust has been swirling, and it probably will be üniversity .A,ve. site. sometime before it settles. In 1918 a survey of hlgher eduIt is a fact that mâny colleges have programs which can be cation in California recommended is new, nothing appropriately listed as snap courses. This the Fresno City Schòols should prohõwever, in many schools there have long existed various vide a separate institution for the oourses which have allowed the student to breeze.through junior college, ànd tr'JC a with high grades and only a minimum amount of study. school with its own camft cannot be denied that laxity in the enforcement of ade- separate pus. quate edue¿tional requirements has caused a vant number of September, 1955, saw another students to be carried along with more competent students. Many people are attending college merely for the lack of step in the advancement of FJC, when it acquired the okl trtesno something else to do and for other such negative reasons. Many schools have already begun to tighten drastically State College sampus on llnivertheir scholastic standards. In fhe recent fall term, one large slty Ave. midwestern university droppecl 1,000 students following its One display case in the exhibtt midterm examin¿tions. A university spokesman said, "There shows the various .buildings that was no edict from the administration. After Sputnik the have housed tr'JC. The second case faculty just sþontaneously decided to jack up the standards coùxtalns a rare picture of Mclane of scholarship. No loafer should be allowed to take the place along with a plcture of the present president, Stuart M. Whtte. on the campus of serious students." lVhile it is extremely important that the necessary changes À thirrl case dlsplays tho da¡s and improvements be made in education, they should not be for five new technlcal buildings complete& too brief a time. which should. be cómpleted by late The educators have an awesome task before them. They next fall. will have to use a grcat de¿l of sound judgment if they are to raise educational standards to the nearest correct level. The needs and demands of education vary and adjustments should Employment For Rafferty be made accordingly. Since


Students ls At Studenfs Take Spelling Quiz Crucial Poinf -Patrick


Have"you obsêivèd'your felÌörü stutlen-ts walking'aroûnd The ilemaud for Jobs far exceeds Thls asoertlon was the Ftresno Junior College cåmpus talkins to themselves, or the supDly. sitting in the student center avidly reading a yellow sheet of made by .WlUaral Marsh, menager



ËllEüÎe¡ ,n rrtfbrr¡üT filc.-oR




And Tiader At

C lazz Concert

Fresno Junior College has been invited to attend a jazz concert sponsored by Fresno State College at the Roosevelt High School auditorium on Mar. 1, starting at 8 PM. Dick Totoian, an FJC speech and drama major, will emcee the show.

Âccording to Dick Riechel, trles. I oianq

ard vibes, ha"s compounded

no State College student botþ | a gEoup equally acclaimed for its presldent, thls will be the first I Latin rhythms antt "straight" jazz sucù naJor Ja,zz concert in the 4? | stylings' Downbeat, a national Jezz

year history of the school. On pastl publlcation, calls the Tjader Qut¡' occaslons, small Jazz gxoups have I tet, "A swlngiag, 4ll'a,r'ounal music' el uult ' ' paper? of the state ernployDent offlce in pfefgtl, lmpromptu "segBloDs" for I Tiader "'first came lnto PromtF resno State stuatents, but the I The reason for this action is preparation for the National Fresno, to Ge1ase Eokeurod, dL with the l)ave Brubeck pei"fonnance mrrk Merch 1 wtll t4" 11"1.9 . Office Management Association spelling test which is being rector of the placemeut bureau of end then he later Joined Qulutet such effort to date. blggest given tòday¡ F resuo Junlor College, lu refening gioup as feaf,.eatured ln the concert wl¡1 belthe George Shearing "Any student who is enrolled in a business oourse and is to youth employm.entr ÄI:" a brief tour qulntets th€ of George Sheariugltu-red, interestèd in participating in thls test may do so," stated .A.long wltb a crltlcal shortagþ of Shearing; he

plish a per{ect soore on the first two tests, and for those participants who receive one hundred per cent on all three tests, a proficiency certificate will be awarded him. McDougald

-Karen Theqtcr Cords Will



Junior College campus

will culminate Àug. 23,

Be Sold By Studenls îheater privilege cards,


many stud€ntÊ bought ln the spritrg

when Janis Sue Ross; secretary to John Hansen, X'JC atlminlstratlve reglstration llnes, wllt agaln be dean, will exchange marrlage vows available on the tr'resno Junlor Col: with Walter F. 'Whitm¿nn Jr., a lege campuses. biological science instructor. The cards, whlch admit stutlents Miss Ross, a 1957 graduate of to the Crest, 'Wilsotr, aDd Tower f'JC, is the daughter of Mrs. MarT theaters at reduced prices are $1. Ross of Fresno; she is a graduate They wilt be sold Monday and of Roosevelt High School and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, an Tuesday, Mar. 3 and 4, on the University .A,ve., O St., án¿ Ðdison hoúorary fraterrity. 'Whitmann is the son of Dr. and campuses. University students . may Mrs. 'Walter Whitmann, who reside at Bass Lake. He is a Eiraduate of purchase their cards in the foyer Sta¡forcl University, where in 1956 of the student center. Yarious stuhe received a master of art degree. dents on the other two campuses 'Wtritmann is a member of Theta will be selling the cards there. Chi fraternity ând is an alumnus of Burlingame High School.

The a¡nouncement of the


gagement was made at a luncheon in the Sunnysicle Country Club by Mrs. George Ross, the honoree's aunt.

cat Tiader. sotn ãouDs [""" lwitl group..and left to forro hts has beeu going recently retur:ned. from htghly ro.-ll* quests for part-tlmb work thls year guna" ever slnce' than last. The lnterest ln summer cessful booktn8p oo t¡"ìäì-*".t|"g-9t1 Tlchets ¡v¡ for the ue uvuueru concert d¡Ë are vu oD placement starts in Ma¡cb a¡d hits anal are cur¡ently playlng ln thel -^"^:":st the Hockett-Cowan ticket D^-. Ãi ô lsale Bay areaits peak the middle of June. otflce, Gearhart Record Sho¿ and The largest requests for summer shearlns, blue.t aa "al"T\llltt" on rhe new trisc employment are ln the fleld ot c$etrlus," preseutlr h* "iri"i"rftce prfces Ìa¡ge fmm g2.00 _tàf 1""-p*. -T:^î.f clerical work, cam¡l counsellng aDd the highway, forestry, antl agricul- ^T'_1.*:--:"'3t^11_:"::""'3t1"-:1il-$*;i;;;;ï.;;-ñ"J,ì" aner groups rn the iazzl ç ;;; ¡"îti"L. '-::qht tural dellartmeDts. ffeld. spectal discount rate is belDg lÀ trtes¡o fl¡ms wlll be lntervlew- Born tot¿lly blln(l in the sluns of I of?crcrt to tn F.JC Í.-Tê students sfrr¡tonto of nr $1.35 ct e( iilg on the campus ln the uear London, Eingland, ShearlDt over- offered general ailmission tickets, for future. Studentg uay check wlth came ttrese obstacles of blrth and Elckenrod for arra.ngements for a envlronment to become oDe of persotral lnterylew. World Affqirs Club ls 'Notlflcation of the date set for Eingland's leadtng jazz musicia¡¡s. popula,rity iD ln Development Stoge rlse Slnce hls to the flrm's lnterview's wlll be pub- .A.merlca, has composed For students interested in fomlishéd later ln The Ranpage. a numberShearlng of Ja,zz tunes, and. the ing a 'Worltt Âffairs club, there Graduates in the bustness division most famous of these ls his "Lul- wtll be e meetlng today at 12:40 may contact Ecken¡od's office no laby of Blrdland" probably the in M-122. later than Apr. 15. - composition PM jazz playetl most 'The purpose of the club will be Varlous local firms list jobs with to dlscuss worlcl affairs and interthe f'JC placement bureau a¡d today. The Cal Tjader Quintet is one of national potitics antl to combide through the yearS, ma¡y junior college students have found both the mdst versatile groups in the informally with the local chapter temporary and perhanent emBloy- U.S. Tjatler, a master of dn¡ms, of the World Âffairs Council of Northern California. ment. Eckenrod's office is A-15.

job llstlngs there are Dore

Miss Ethel McCormacþ dean of business educ¿tion.



r€- anat





SKAÏEtAI\ID Fridoys o'nd Soturdoys Skoti,ng fro¡n 7:30 P.M. To ,IlIDNIGHT For ONE ADMISSION

Your 9kotes


----------------.-----óOc Shoeskotes ----------------85c

Wednesdoys-LADl ES N IGHT

7:30 to lO:30 P.M.

Your Skqtes

i'öä,*Hg_, lowe¡t


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Every Soturdoy Nigrhf The Lost Hour ls'



Fresno Junior College





Managing Editor .......-..--.-..-...---Gary Becker News Editor -.....Suan Cyr Sporhs




....Bill Sewall



Asst, Gopy Editor .....-.....-...Irene Brletigam

Publieüions Comm. ............Sha¡on Wallem Advertising Manager.--.--.J(a^rlo Demoorjian Asst. Busines Mgr*................Pesae Smith, Sally Yamaguchi

..Robert Ahrene Circulation PhotogÌaDhers ......-.---.-.....-...Eugene Joh¡son

Asst. Advertieine Uers"...-..-U.,Peter tr<change


Eilltor ........................Jou Pappin ...,....BiU Sshiedt ......Don Slm*ly

Outmist Mes*ng€¡ Sec



Junits Mitchell.

Speciol Rotes to Students

nsm, HorJim-


Sutton, Ssnalr¿ Gau¡, Cha¡lee Adanajl¿n, Eddie Mltchell, Ca¡olyn Schwaz, Lorslee Sedoo, *lna Smltå, Petricia

Anderson, Myma Rob€tts, M¿belle Bell, Dtck Bruu¡, Âlloaso Bela,Don. ..E¡nie Benck TyDoglsDher P. D. Smith Adviser .......-...-.


Thursdo¡ Fcbruory 27, 1958


Nurses Receive

Clu6 tleut

Cerf if icates ln Graduation Rites

By IRENE BR¡ETIGAM Ph3 Beta Lambda Several members of the Fresno Junior College chapter of Phi Beta Lambda attended e central sectioa conference meeting F'eb. 16 at

The 12th class of trhesno Ju¡ior College's vocational nunreg recelv. ed theh certlficates Suntlay, I'eb. 2, in the student center lou!.ge on

the University .Ave. campus. The Rev, Bernle Osterhouse.

Reedley College. They were Raymond Beach, who gave a report on the state èonvention rin Ma¡ch; Chuck Leavitt, of

pastor of the First Baptist Church, gave the iDvocation. Mrs. Josephlne Hostetler, the acting coordinator

FJC, a state vice-president; Carol Da.niels and Nola Myers, voting

of yocational nursing and clinical

delegates;, Mrs. Wilma 'Weston, a sponsor; and Billie Jean Trout,

instructor, welcomed guests and introduced the student speaker,

Marilyn Snyder, Sharon 'Wallem, Richard McMahan, and Dottie Ru-

Margaret Chavez. Choosing the topic, "Ä Goal Achieved," Miss Chavez said, "The

bald. Campus Chrietian Fellowship

graduation exercises this 'after-

The new officers of the Campus Christian Fellowship are Bill John-

noon culminate a year and a half of assiduous study. To me, the sacri-

vice-president; Jean tr'ennell,

while, for without this program my

son, president; Gene 'Williams,

fices entailed were well worth-


life dream and aspirations of

retary; Bonnie Montgomery, treasurer; and Norma Pilegard, representative at large.

John Krause, a Dinuba farmer, spoke at a recent meeting. His

topic was "Relidon ln

Russia Today." He has traveled to such areas as South Âmerica, the Midtlle Xlast, Europe, and Russla. lnternatlonal Glub The International Club's hew officers are Khozshidpour .{bas, president; Johann Kurlc, vlce-

president; F'rietla Ghaffari,


NURSE GRADUATES Here cre the grcrduotes of a three semester course in vocotional nursing sþnsored by -Fresno I mey cre, left to right, Fetisc: Villencr, Mcrguerite De Fehr, Ccrol Griffith, Ccrrmen Rios, Frcrrces Ccbral, Evelyn Boyde tetler, crcting coordinotor of vocr¡tionql nursing, Betty Joe Dcn¡is, cnd S. Deloris Trotter.,



t¿ry; Victor Farjo, treasurer; IIa,gop Mekþitarlan, Interclub


completion were

presented an d congratulatlons given by John S. Hansen, the FJC administrative dear, and Robert P. Hansler, the dean of the technical and industrial divlsion. The graduates are Ethel Ball, Eivelyi Boyden, tr''rances Cabral, Margaret Qhavez, Betty Joe Davis, Marguerlte DeFehr, Carol Lee Grtf.

fith, Ruby Oberst, Carmen Rios, S. Delorls Trotter and Felisa Ylllena.

Council representatlve; and Pete Pafiauou, social chairna¡. Picnlcs, field trips, and parties are the plens of the Internatlonal Club for the spring senester. The meetings are held every two weeks


M-205. The next neeting will

be next Tuesday, Ma¡. 4 at


Caduceue Club The Caduceus Club's new spring offlcers are Eilleen Cruz, president; Sharon tr ovlne, vice-president; -Don-

na llawkinberry, secretery;

Qui¡tos, treasurer; and



Carrilo, hlstorian.

Phl Beta Lambda

Bill Mur¡¡hy, presldent of

Phi Beta Lambrla, and Baymon(l Beach, state convention chalrmsD, attend-

ed a meetlng at Sanger lligh School last Thursday ln Sanger. The purpose of thelr vlsit was to discuss the values of tr'uture Business Leaders and to giet tÉeb' to join tbe state chapter under tbe

Fresno Junior College

Sticklers are simple riddles with two-word rhyming anaweñr. Both wo¡de nwt have the sane nr¡mber of eyllables. (No drawinge, please!) IñIe'll ehell out $25 fo¡ all we useand for hundreds that ¡ever see

print. So eend etacks of'em with your name, address, college and class to Happy-Joe-Lucky, Bor


674, Mount Veraon, New York.




Certification To Be On March 6 Due to the misinterpretation of ¿ recent bulletin, M¡s. I¡ulse

Murphy, secretary of the vsteÞng office, states, "All vqterans are reminded tbat the monthly certification is to be sigaed between Mar. 3 to 6, if subslstence is to be received by Mar. ,20 for the month of February. Seven hunclred and sixty-eight veterans ¿Lre now attending trlesno Junior College. tr'our of these are

women: Marilyn Jones,


osr¡nwrse. Sobbín' Robín




NEAÏ FEAI? No! Slick Tlick? A thowand timee no! When a magician makes a pack of Luckies vanish, it's a plain case of Tløgie Magi.c! Connoisseurs claim there's one approved way to make Luckies disappear.,That's to snoke (Yum!) every last one of 'em! That way, you get'the wonderfr:l taste qf Luckies' ûne tobacco . . . light, good-tasting tobacco that's toasted to ta,ste even better. So, Ladeez-ann-Gennlemen, observe a pack of Luckies closely. Then carefully remove one (1) cigarette and light up. Presto! You're puffing on the best-tasting cigarette you ever s¡nokedl



Jones, Rose Meister, and Mary J. Shaw'.

There are 413 day students, and Dight or extended day students. Of these, 748 are under the prr355

vision of public law, (PL 550), Korean GI Bill; eight under PL 894, reha.bilitation act; six under the Cal-Vet law; four under PL 381, veterans dependents act; and




Meter Chcqter





BElrEorcl. Conícøl Monocle

DÀvroGERsH^w. Ribbin'Gibbon







two under PL 634, war orphans act.


Two FJC faculty members ata state-wide conference ou general education progxams in sci-


ence and' matåematics in junior colleges at Bakersfield College I

*""ï;:",",:1"ï:l eral



a nt'l


coming a nurse woulcl neyer have been realized."

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Pqoe Four

Thursdoy, Februory 27, 1958

JC RAMS UPSET BULLI Capacity Crowd Watches Locals Spoil A Hancoik JC B¡d For League Honors

Spotli,gltinç the


By BILL SÐWÂI¡Ir Sports Edltor


.4, capaclty crov¡tl had

filetl into

Polly Carver sank a the 'Yosemlte Junior High School gym-nasium to witDess the trÌesno seconds of play to grve a 6L-49 upset victory Junior College R¿ms as they took Allen Hancock College on the defending cha.mpions of the city crowd in the Yosemite Junior High School gTmnasium. CCJC.AA,the .A.llan Hancock BulItr'resno's win keBt HaDcock from'

dogs, Everyotre waB almost sure

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Ath letic

Association basketballl riue. rhe Buu.lo8s ti"¿',iJðor-r"e" of Sequolas Giants for the leatue




that ìhe Rams dialr't stand

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chance of beating the well-bsla.nced and \only twice beaten Bulldogs.

Even i,he Fresno Bee In a¡ adT eqim vence lBgisebg/ll story ou the game saltl that


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Joe Kelly's forces would fiatsh be' low tJre .600 mark for tJre fl¡st Ume COS and Hancock will battle tol The Fresno Junlor College,base ln hts JC coachiDg ca¡eer. It ¡ûea,nt morrow'nicÈt on a neutral counlb.u team ls uow conducting full that because Kelly was going lnto for the CCJC I scale workouts at Romalne fleld. the game wlth a 12 won, 15 loss record and only two other ga,mes the right to II Coacn Len Bourdet recenfly cut left to play for the season, the college basketoan rourtrðulr¡ru .. '-lhis -.]'I------35.-nel- llat souad^ ftoP -th9 Bakersftelat nexr week. loss to Hancock wouldn't leave a I tried out for ba.s€balt to the 23 that


JOHNNY HAMPTON . . . lecrding scorer

chauce for the Rams to flnish wlth Second Upsct I uow remain. It was the second time ln two Tom Fields, Lelantl llarralson, .600. It, as well as alnost everyyears tlat Coach Joe KellY's Ra,ms a¡d veteran Dennis Bond are the one else, were concedlng the win to Hancock. Now thelr record have upset the Bulldogs fron current catchers. staDdg at 14-15 with a game with Fresno L¿st Year Sa¡ta Maria. Bertleeon, Brimstead At Firgt the Sta¡ford jayvee6 the only upset Hancock 66-59 to entl a 41 Veteran Phil Bertlesen and. Ger- clasb left on the Bchedule. game winning streek. Brimstead are vYing for the ald Kelly D¡sagre€s The game was dcoreless for the starting first base position. . But coach Joe Kelly had other The Fresno Junior College Rams had a battle on their teams two first fou¡ minutes. The era a¡d ideas. He wasn't concedlng a¡y- hands last Saturday Dight before posting a windup 69 to 61 were deadlocketl at 10 all after the r. second thing. He instructed his men to Central Califomia Junior College Association Athletic baskeL a took flrst quarter, The Bulldogs &e onty work the ball all over the court and ball victory over winless Porterville College. 2?-21 ha^lftime margin. spot not shoot unless they were within for a starting competing the teams were tied at 59 all with three minutes to play inCoach Joe Wblte's Bulldogs Inan when the Rams paced by Po 15 feet of the basket. cr€aseal their lead to 42'33 at the at shortstop. Hampton, three quarters mark. Just before At third Jack Goodwln, îhey followeal his instructions Carver and Johnny that gave Coach the encl of the third quarter, Han' Vern Newman, and Joe Diaz are right to the letter and consequently sparked a rally . haid a. fairly good shooting per- Joe Kelly's quintet a, 65 to 59 cock led 42-31 foi its biggest leacl baitting for top honors.

Vars¡ty Tops Porterville JC 69-61 To Finish League Season With 8-4 Record

The Ditchln8 staff for this year centage for the evening. It lookeat as if Hancock was on is larger than average as a total X'resno's usua.l big guns, John its way to another victory. tr'reB+o of sevèn hurlerS are out for that Hampton and Polly Carver, playetl scored 10 straight points to cut tÈe spot. Thêy a¡e Don Anderson, Joe a fine ball game but the best perBulldog teatt to 42-41. Gibson, Raul DeVault, Jim Rich- formance of any Ram playey' was Score mond, Darrell Woofter, HarveY Shi- turnecl in by center tr'rank Johnson. The Rams Tie Johnson played his best game of The Santa Marians oBened. the roga, and Don Lyford. '] the season in scoring 14 points and and throw free gap to 47-47 ott a Strong outfiefÏi six foot sir inch center, holding ts¡o field goals. After an exchange whole on¡lìthe Ran outfielal The of baskets, John HamPton hit t\Yo has stood out the best so far this Larkin Bryan, to nine points. Bryfoul shots to make the score 49'45. year as compared with the infieltl ant ditl stand out as the rebounder Carver alump€d one in and HamP' and pitching staff. Speaking of the of the game as he controllecl the ton tied it up at 49 all with a lay-in. team as a whole, Bourdet said, defensive basket very thoroughly. 'With three minutes left in the "Up to date nobody has been out- Johnson led a rally that startecl game, Fresno went into a stall standing, but I feel that our out- with minutes to go that closed the hoping to get one last shot, then field thus far has been the strong- I{ancock lead from 42-33 to 42-41. of the game.

with seconds remaining, lhe Rams est part of the team." passed the ball to Carver who was Yeteran Stan Busch, Mike

Rams Forge Ahead

spread. Porterville could not come back in the final two minutes, ' Grab Early Lead

Porterville jumped to an 8 to 0 lead'iD the first three minutes and the Rams did not score until


ver hit from outside aft6r 3:30 hacl elapsed. I'resno had a halftime lead

AMENrcAil ÃtRItitES Ç,4ñ6 ce¿tga/ølb,

of 38 to 36. Carver was the Rams' scoring leader with 19 points. HamBton netted 16 and Larry Gambrill was next with 13. The Hill brothers, Bob and Tiny, collected 20 and 18, respectively, for Porterville. Finieh Third

The win gives Fresno a thirtl place finish in the leatue standings behincl co-champions Allan Hancock of Santa Maria an(I the College of Sequoias in Visalia.

Later with the score tied at 49 Carver was fouled with seconds 4ll, shooting' fouled while Noakes, Don Oberg, Lupe Ramlrez, Hancock was aiiled bY the shoot- and Lewis 'Walker round out the left to play, He more than made uP for the game earlier ln the seaing of guard Paul How'ard antl the outfielcl. Freono son that saw hirir miss a foul shot rebounding of center Larkin BrYT GFP after tfme had elapsed by calmly honorÊ f ...........-..-.........6 S 0 16 Gmbrill. high Point ant. Howa¡d tooh 1 Ilampton,f...............-.......6 ¿ 16 game sinkiug both shots to Bive the with 19 Points. Sixteen of these I 4 I Johnæn. c.-.........-..........-,. I 2 6 4 Sa¡mtoe, e.------------.L its flnal score, 51-49. came on his deattly one hand' set S I 19 Carver,g.......-....,.....-.......8 Àt the close of tùe as Olson...-...............--.-.--.-...-0 2 I 2 shot. tr*rank Johnson Paced ftesno 2 0 0 things were getting tighter, Ha¡- Sætt..,.....................,.....--....1 with 14 points. 0 Bæb...............................,,...1 0 Rams Are Outshot The tr'reeno Junlor College golf cock hatl two technlcal fouls called Totals ...............-.--..- 26 l7 19 6' Porterville The R¿ms hit 35.4 Per cent of team is scheduletl to begin thelr on them. their shots from the floor antt 61.1 golf season tomonow' at 1:40 PM As things turned out, the next B. Hilt, f .....-..-................... GI FPT per cent from the foul line. The agalnst Stockton on the MunY nlght Hancock etlgecl the College of T. Hilt, f ......................-....- ? 2820 4418 Sequolas to gain a tle .for first Paguia, c ....-.......-....---.-.--.-. 4 L29 Bulltlogs connected for 38.9 Per Course in trlesno. ü you a,re single, a high school 222 Moshe¡, g .-.........-.......-......- 0 place playoff necesmake a and 002 Gum, g -------.-.-.-.......-....- I Returning this year to leatl the graduate and between 19}{ antl cent of their shóts from the fieltl 261 play-off will be either to- Bùstow .....-.........-..-...-....... 1 auil ?0 per cent from the charttY golf team is Jim McCrorY, Don sary. The 411 26, thero's a splendid opportunity Felix .......-..---.--.........,...-..- 0 a Gagliano'............-.'.......-..-.. I night or tomorrow nigbt on 012 line. Simerly, Don Baker, a"ntl RPn'WIn' waiting for you. Along with its neutral court, The winner of the 16 18 6l current ex¡ranslon, Americfln Total¡ ......-...........--..... Hancock (49) ters. game rigüt to will have earned. the FG FT PF TP

Golfers W¡ll Meet Stockton Saturday


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Fresno W¡ll Play Finale Tomorrow

enter the state play-offs next week.


Coach Joe Kelly's basketball team will round out the 195?-58

PF TP 27 basketball season tomorrow night 0 11 t- !4 as they travel to Palo Älto to ta¡gle 27 212 with the Stanford Jayvees. The Rams can boost their won'f or lost percentage to an even .600 if they win the game. TheY currently


immealiately. X'or your convenience, the course code is 27I ar.d' is listetl in the school catalogue as PE 46'




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GOLF NOTICE Finol CCJCAA Stondings , .833 competitive in interested Àll men 2 .833 golf are urged to contact Hans 4 .667 'Wiedenhoefer in the men's gJrm


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corrective lc'nses. Those accepted ha,ve tr'RDE TRAINING, excellent salaries, lil¡eral expense accounts, and tJle privilege of free tra,vol. "Even thongh you may not reach

minimum age requirement, if you ere intereeted in this as a c&reer, pleaso feel freo to discuse úhe

have a 14-15 record.

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