College of San Mateo - Campus Yearbook (San Mateo, CA)

 - Class of 1939

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E12 en Z C7146 The Men's Club, under the leadership of presidents Gabriel Martin and Bob Lucier, experienced one of its most active and successful years. "Gabby" reigned as president during the fall semester, and, in the spring assisted with the Frosh-Soph Brawl. In conjunction with the A.W.S., the Club was behind the semi-formal dance which inaugurated the elimination of stags. The idea evi- dently held water, because the dance was judged the best in many a moon. Lucier, better known as "Legs," was president for the spring semester, and it was during his term that the Smoker was held, fairly brimming over with sports celebrities. Ex-jaysee track stars Bill Wohle, Stan Hiserman, and Marston Girard were present, as were football coaches Buck Shaw and George Malley of Santa Clara and University of San Francisco, respectively. The last social affair of the term sponsored by the Men's Club was the Barn Dance, held the evening of May 12 after the highly successful Searsville picnic. Straw, hay, and even alfalfa were conspicuous by their presence in abundance, as were blue jeans, hiking boots, and vari-colored shirts. No costume was com- plete, however, without a battered and bedraggled straw hat which looked like the wreck of the Herperzul

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i ll-f .-fx Sptfing Council .President . . . . Harry Prongos Vice President . . Kenneth Hamilton Secretary ..... Patricia Bentley Treasurer .... Betty Lou Simpson Athletic Manager . . . William Metz A Head Yell Leader .... Paul Jarvis High Soph Representative . Clinton Wfard Financial Adviser l Low Soph Representative . Zelda jolin High Frosh Representative Edward Huff Low Frosh Representative Gordon Covell President, A.W.S. . . Frances Dekker President, W.A.A. . . . Patricia Popp President, Men's Club . Robert Lucier Executive Secretary . Winifred Stetson Mr. Abercrombie Nine



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During the fall term the Assocrated Women Students sponsored the Fresh man Tea the Fashion Show on December 7 and a dance December 16 This organization also took charge of selling refreshments on the Modesto trrp and at the Santa Ana football game cabinet members of the AWS for the fall semester were the following Audrey Steele presrdent Margaret Budd vice president Clarre Kemlrng secretary Patricia Bentley treasurer Claire Wolford high soph representative jean johnson low soph Elta Clrnrte hrgh frosh Helen Kelly low frosh Carol Hughes WAA president Cherie Reeser in charge of the scrap book March 24 a bridge party for the mothers a mothers tea and a dance It also assisted rn presenting the various College Days Spring semester oiicers of the AWS were Frances Dekker presrdent Ruth I-Ielsel vice presrdent JaneLew1s secretary Cher1eReeser treasurer Muriel Jacobs high soph representative Jacqueline Brinkman low soph Elizabeth Belton hrgh frosh Marie Hamilton low frosh Julie Frease publrcrty Patty Popp WAA president Ruth Stahl ticket sales Elaine Johnson scrap book Elevefz C O O , Q . , -, . P . . Z , . Q J . 1 . 5 . . , 9 . . , 2 . , . . 3 , 5 ' ' , ' 9 , 3 y . 3 . , . 1 Among the spring activities sponsored by the AWS were a fashion show on I . 7 l 3 ' . 1 7 . Q , . 1 . 3 . 1 5 . , 9 . , . . 5 A . . , Q . , . 3 . . , Q . p , . . 5 , ' 3 , ' 1 9 V ' , . 4

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