Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)
- Class of 1926
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0. N1. SHELTON Editor
3' N. J. WHISNER - Associate Editor
FRANK ISOLA - Associzrte Editor
ROBERT COCKRILL Photo Editor
ESTEI, HOLLAND Art Editor
VON MOFFET - Assistant Photo Editor
HOWARD LANE - Athletics
CLARENCE STAPLES In Lighter Vein
CHARLES ANDREWS - Snaps
Humcm KEESLINC - Circulation, Manager
WILL'AM GIFFIN Advertising Manager
EMORY DAVIS Business Manager
DR. HL'BERT PHILLIPS Atlvisor
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Holland 1111!.thle Reading
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Phillips Mnficil Stuphw
C. L. MCLAMI
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J. A. NOWELL
Dean of Allen
MAL'DE E. SCIIAEFFER
Dean of Women
Worn en ,5 xhlvisor
GRACE ALLINCHAM, B.S.
Assistant Professor in Home Making
ALICE K. BELL, A.B.
Instructor in Mathematics
GERDA BIDSTRUP, B.S., M.A.
Instructor in Education
ALEXANDRA CHRISTINE BRADSHAW A.B
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts
PERRY F. BROWN, B.S.
Instructor in Mechanical Arts and
HARRY CARLETON BURBRIDCE,
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences
Instructor in Home Making
MARGARET LUCELIA CLAPP, A.B.
Instructor in, Education
GUY BLANDIN COLBURN.
A.B., A.M., PhD.
Associate Professor of Modern
WILLIAM JOHN COOPER, A.B., A.M.
Instructor in Extra-Hour Classes
A. E. CLVLBERTSON. A.B., M.A.
.rlssistunl Professor in Biology
KATHMX ANN DALY. A.B.
Insiruclor I'll Ellucalion
HAL DANIEL DRAPER. A.B.. PHD.
Assistant Professor of Clzenlislry
MARY RUTH DL'LANEY. B.Su M.A.
xlssistant Professor in Physical
OSTA B. FEURT, B.S., A.M.
Instructor in Education
W. B. GIVENS-
Assistant Professor in Mechanic Arts
VANESSA GLENN, A.B., A.M.
Associate Professor in, Physical
GEORGE WEST GRAVES, Ph.B., MS.
Associate Professor of Agriculture
CARL ERNEST GRISSEN
Instructor in Music
JOHN WHOBREY GROVES,
A.B., M.A., Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Education,
NELLIE HAMILTON, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Education
JOHN FLINT HANNER, A.B.
Instructor in Physical Education,
HAZEL HARTMAN, B.S.
Instructor in Art
EMMA THERESA HEMLEPP, B.S., M.A.
Instructor in Geography
GEORGE HAMMOND HUNTTING, A.B.
Associate Professor of English
ARTHUR W. JONES
Inslruclor in Physical Education,
Hmm JAMES KING,
H. Pd., .Vl. Pd., 13.8., A.B., A.M.
1n slruclor in Ch em istry
Fun Nlox'nnnum LEWIS, B.A., M.A.
Instructor in Education,
ELLIOTT WILLIAM LINDSAY
Inslruc-lor in Education
JLLIET LEE LOCKWOOD, A.B., M.A.
lnstruclor in English
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Dean of 411m: WILLARD FRED Tun MAN.
A.B., M.A., Pd.D.
x1 SSUCiIIIC Professor of Education
Instructor in English
ELIZABETH E. Pmmsox. AB.
Assistant Professor of Music
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dsuslant Professor of .llusu:
Assistant Professor of Social Science
THOMAS TALBOT WA'IEMIAN. A.B.. PhD.
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xlssocmle Professor of Geography
I nstructor in Education
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Professor of Social Science Instructor 1" KIN
JL'LIANA KL'RTI REIDY MAMARET WEAR
Assistant in Training School Assz'slanl in Educalmn
55mm ELEANOR RYNIN HERBERT H. WHEATON. B.S
Instruclor 1" Physwal Education xlssistant Professor of xllutllenmllbs
NlAl'm: ESTELLE SCHAEFFER. BL.
Assislant Professor in English
Dean of Women
FRANCES JEANETTE WHITLOCK. 8.5.
Instructor in Art
FRANCIS F. SMITH, A.B., NLA. EARL Hl-JRVIE WIGHT. B.L., MA.
Associate Professor of Physiral
Instructor in Education .
CATHERINE SLOCL'M STACY, 13.5.. NLA.
Instructor in Home Waking FRANCIS GRAHAM W ILSON. 3A., MA.
. Inslructor in Social Science
VXILLIAM EARLE 5T. JOHN. A.B.. AM.
Assistant Professor of English FRANCES MARCL'ERITE WILSON. AB.
and Public Speaking Instructor in English
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DORIS MCCLL'NC 1T. CA Fresno
Kindergarten Primary Club: XV. A. A.
HARRY D. KERRIGAN 1T. CJ Fowler
Varsity Glee Club. '24. '25 '26: 11Collegian" Staff.
'25; College Day Pageant. '25: Debating, '21.
WILDA BEHNICE MYERS 1T. CJ Chowchilla
M'omon's Glee Club. '21. '25: Kinderg'arton-Pri-
J'Ilmnontm'y Club, '26.
MABEI, A. ANDERSON 1T. C1 Carutlmrs
A 1111111 Thuta Sororit 3'.
MARJORIE CADY FRANCIS 1T. CJ Madam
XV. A. .X.: Tennis, '23.
EUGENE MCMASTER U. C1 LeGmml
Mu Alpha Dvltn: Engineers Club,
OPAL V. HENDERSON
SYLVIA M. DEHART 1T. CJ Lalon
1'211'1111'11t111'5' Club, '21, '3..
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MHDRUE E. OLSEN
Sigma .thu Phi: FUUUHIH. '23: Huska-Hmll.
'Frm-k. '2l, '23, HthniIH '20:.
IIH RUPP t'l'. CJ f'rrsnu
lh-lln Alu Phi: Kollvgv KuI-I'ps, '23: Svcrt-tum'
Ynsmr Hall, '33; Yim--Prvsidm1t Vassar Hull.
"1'3; l,ilnmriun Womvn's Hlm- Uluh. '21: V0nmn's
le Club, '23:, '3I.
' EDITH SIMPSON 11le Dinuba
HAHN F. HINDS IT. tIJ Porlerrille
EUCLYN REEDER ggg
Alpha Thvtu: .X. H'. S, tkW Vm k. '26.
EDITH NELSON 1T. CJ C101 d
W. A. A.: Elmm-ntmw Club: Freshmen Soccer.
'21: Sophomon- Basketball. '25: I'pper Class
Yullt-y Hull. '23.
l'ZRHA KEYS BAILEY 1T. . Fresno
Nophmnort- Hockm', '20.
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GERTRLVDE THOMPSON VF. CJ Fresnn
MILDRED MOORE EMBERLING 'T. CJ Fresno
Sigma Phi Gamma; Tokalon; Dramatics. '22. '23.
'25, '26; College Day Pageant. 2.5.
HANUM SARKISIAN 'T. CJ Fresno
Cosmopolitan Club: Basketball. '23. '24: Baseball.
'23, '24. '25; Volley Ball, '25: Hockey. '23: XV. A. A.
Glee Club, '21. '25. '26: Secretary Glee Club, '26;
STELLA TAYLOR VT. CJ Sanger
Delta Mu Phi; H'omen's Glee Club. '23. '24. '25.
HILDA LONGACRE 'T. CJ Oklahoma
Secretary Elementary Club. '26.
WILLIAM BAIRD U. CJ Fresno
HABEL FREMBLING HI CJ Fresno
Delta Mu Phi: Glee Club. '25, '26: President
Glee Club. '26: Volley Ball, '24; Basketball, '25:
Yicc-l'resident Delta Mu Phi. '26: Kolloge Kut-
ITps, '24, '25 '26; Luncheon Club, '26: XV. A. A.
Cirrus, '23; VV. A. A., "5. '26.
MARY SUE PEAK VF. CJ Portenxillc
'l'okalon: Secretary P. E. Club, '25; Treasurer
A. 2V. 8., '26; Basketball. '25. '26: Swimming.
'2L '25; Soccer, '24; Volley Ball. '21: Luncheon
Club Delegate, '25, '26: Kollege Kut-Ups. '21.
'23, '26: College Day Pageant. '25. '26; Junior
Prom. Committee, '26: Program Committee. '26:
Yioe-President 2V. A. A.. '25; A. XV. S. Nomina-
tion Committee. '26: A. NV. S. Friday Dance
t'ommittee. '26: A. Vx'. S. Freshman Reception.
; XV. A. A. Tent Show and Circus Committee.
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Hnmr llt'mwlniux Vluli: Srvrc-Inm Ilmnv- livuu
lluluil'r Vlllll, '33. "Iii: .L .MI VHH'W Hull, '33.
IUHH XHli L H HIN VII VJ .Ill'swuu'
P. Ii t'lllhl U' X, .L: HHHI YHHQ-A Hull.
lhmvlmll, '21. '33: Huskwtlulll, '33: YHHQ'X'
"III, '31. '23: A. W. S. llmu'hwm Plllh, '3I.
KHHI'LIP Kul-l'ps anmitu-w. 'IL '33; V. .
ViI'L-us Pummillmu 'BI. '33: SM'rx-lury X'. .L
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URHIN If. IHCINKKY IJ. VJ Clank
Zn-ln Mu Fmtwv'nily: Intvr-Frntvrnily Cmmt-il.
'ZII: Mnnng'vr Hand. '23. '26: Sophnmmw- Yiuh
lunm Unmmillm', 'Zli: Varsity 1111-1-Cluh, '23. '26;
VUIIt-gv Y, M. V A.
IN 'l'll IARIHOIHC PERKINS l'l'. CA xtrmmm
V. .M .M, '33:. 'Zl. '33, '26; Hmul nl' Yollvx' Hull,
'ZI, '33: Physirnl Iidlu-nlion Club, '31. '33, '13H:
I'I'rshh'lll 15 H, Vlllh, '26,
Sigma Tun: FUIIc-ga' 'Hn-uLm . '23: I'H'ShlPHI Vol-
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Snph IMm-t- Commitlmu '21, H'hnil'mmn '
Yivv-l'l't'sidt'nt Slmlvm Hmh', '36: Jkuln-g
l-IHCXNOH HLWIIOHTHR tT. VJ l' I I'xIHI
ln-hu Kumm: 'l'nkulon: Studio Club: I'H-sirh-nl
Studio Vllllu, '33: Raisin Day F1011! Vommilto-v.
..-P. '26: Kullt-gt- lx'lII-l'ps, '23, '26,
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WALTER E. BRODEUR
Mu Alpha Delta Fraternity: Band. '25. '26.
JESMA ARROWSMITH 1T. CA Fresno
Sigma Phi Gamma: Tokalon: Studio Club. '23.
'24, '25, '26; President: A. W. S.. '25: A. XV. S.
Conference, '25: Chairman Program Committee
for A. XV. S. Reception. '25: Pan-Hellenic. '25:
A. W. S. Luncheon Club. '25: Campus Art Staff.
'25; Publicity Chairman Kollege Kut-Ups. '26:
Conference of A. NY. S. Presidents. '25.
ESTELLE FALLGREN 1T. CJ Kingsburg
Alpha Theta: Secretary Freshnmn Class. '23:
Hockey Team. '23: Basketball. '23: Volley Ball.
'23. '21: Studio Club. '23. '21. '25: Secretary
Studio Club, '24: Pan-Hellenic, '25: Kollvgo Kut-
I'ps, '25; A. XV. S. Reception Committev. '21:
Dramatics, '21: RV. A. A.. '23, '24, '25: "Cum-
FRED TELONICHER 1T. C1 Fresno
Alpha; Basketball. '21, '22, '23. '21. '25. U'nptuiln
'22 and '23; Vice-President A. M. S.. '26: Prvsi-
dent Student Body. '26.
MARGARET MCWHORTER Fresno
Delta Kappa: President Pan-Hvllonic. '25; Pres-
ident A. 1V. S.. '25: President A. KY. 1'. Lunch-
eon Club, '25: "Collegian" Staff. '25: Chairman
Kolleqe Kut-I'ps, '25: Fmsh Riblp Staff, "5:
Queen State Collegv Float. '25 Raisin Day:
Delegate A. XV. S Conferemw'. '23, '21: Social
Affairs Committee. '25: Kolloge Kut-Ups. '21.
RILIA McCANNON 11'. C1 Coalinga
MARY WALSH 1T. CA Fresno
Sig'nm Phi Gannnzl.
1'. 113. Club. '23, '26: 1V. A. 11., '23. '26: I'rvsidvnf
1'. 16. Club, '25 '1'1'vusm'vr XV. A. A., '25. '26;
'l'rvusurer Senior Class. '26: lel Iwudm' KY. .1.
A.. '2-1, '25: Luncheon Pluh 110311118011thivrn '25:
Yell Lomlm' Vassar Hall. '23: Reportvr 1'. 1'1.
Club, '21: Kolk-gn Knt-Ups Conunittvv, '25. '26:
College Nita Committee. '25: Hor'kvy. '23: Sm-OM
'21: Baseball, '25: Volley Ball. '25.
1'1101111:11t;11'y Club. '25, '26.
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r'IwH Sulnhmnmv Vlzlss. ".21. ".301; Knlln-Lu- Kn!-
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Ilmm' l-Ivmmmit's Fluh, '22, '26: Trvnsllrvr Hmm-
l-lvnntmlit's Pluh, '21.
LEWIS 1C. CNRPEN'HIR
thu Phi Fruh-I'nin: Footlmll.
vak, '21, '23; '26; film- Club,
Hand. '25, '25; Swim 'lH-nm. '21.
HHS. Xlsullli INIIFFEI. WINN t'lI
I; X HR Hi X R HID IT. CA Frown;
lmy. '21: Unllwuv Day.
KuI-l'ps. '21. '23, '25:
Primary Club, '23.
"'HH- limnunm-I's" Nonmu-
'33: Huskvlhnll, '23; Knllt'ut-
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110mm" Uluh Pum-nnt. '25.
Huskvl ImH, '2 l, '23:
MFAH 1H Ii H. 2HtLKS'I2RUX1 1T. LL! Fresno
,thn 'Hn-Iu; Tokulun: SH'HcIm'y A. 2V. 5.. '23:
I'n-sidvnt .x. 2V. 3.. '26: Yimuln'vsidvm Student
limly. '23: M-vsim-nt A. XV. S. Lum-huon Cluh,
22H: Prusidvnt IMn-lh-llt-niv, '26: '1'umpus". '21:
"Pnllvgiun" Stuff, '22. '2-3: 2V0mt'n's Clw- Club.
'21: Philhummnit-s. '22:, '21: Kollvm: Kut-l'ps. '21.
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FRANCIS WHITE 'T. CJ Fresno
Mu Alpha Delta: Varsity Glee Club. '24. '25. '26:
College Y. M. C. A; Junior Prom. COmmittee. '26.
PHOEBE O'CONNOR WHITE
RUTH CRAWFORD HICJ Fowler
Publicity Manager Studio Club. '24: President
Studio Club, '24: Kollege Kut-Ups. '24. '25. '26:
Reception Freshman XYomen. '25: College Night,
'25; Studio Club Representative to Luncheon
Club, '24, '25; Treasurer Studio Club. '25; Toka-
lon Honor Fraternity. '25: Raisin Day Float. '26:
Junior Jinks. '26: College Night. '26: Founders'
MARTHA TERESSA WORTMAN 'T. CJ Fresno
DOROTHY DENHAM 61'. CJ Kingsburg
Elementary Club, '24. '25 '26.
.I. C. Hockey Team. '25: Glee Club. '26.
CLADYS PRUNTY 61'. CA Fresno
Tokulon; Vice-President Senior Class, '26: A. XV.
S. Luncheon Club. '24. '25: Raisin Day Float
Connnittee, '26; Frosh XVelcome Committee. '25;
Kollogv Kut-Ups, '24; President Home Eco-
nomivs Club, '24. '25. '26: Delegate A. W. S.
Convvntion, '21: Delegate N. H. E. A. Conven-
tion. '25: Frosh Registration Committee. '25.
FREDA HOLSEN 61'. CJ Fresno
,XDDENE HUFFMAN 1T. CA Hardwick
5V, A. A.. '24, '25. '26: XV. A. A. Tent Show Com-
mittma'26: Head of Rasvlmll UV. A. AJ, '26:
1'. 16. Club. '26: Elvmomary Club, '25: Basket-
lmll, '25. '26: Baseball, 25 '26: A. W. 3.. '24,
'25. '26: Hockey, '25: Volley Ball, '21.
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Smmm-r Sf'huol. '33. '33: Sturlwnt Hmiy Presi-
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BERNICE ELIZABETH WEST 'T. CJ Fresno
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ALDEN BUNK - - President
GENEVIEVE WICKS'IKOM - Vive-Presidcnt
FLOREEN LEBLANC - - - - Sccrclary
UIILAN HENDERSON - Sludcnl Member Finance Cmnml'tlec
GEORGE BRUHBAHJI - - Simian! Member xiluliting Commillcc
LOUIS CAHPEN'I'ER - - - - SergCanl-ut-Arms
JACK MARTIN - - - Yell Loader
0. M. SHELTUN Erlilur Ifi-Wovlily COHegiun.,
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An'rler SUITH - - ScrgoanI-ul-Arms
HOWARD LANE Elh'lor Bi-llncvlrb' 'lCqugiun.,
Although credit for this year's uH-mnplishmenls does not fun upon the student
body alone, it has dmw more than its share toward nmking greater vollege.
FPW student associations mm present :1 Tword equal to ours. The stadium, a
new constitution. athletiv Im'ognilion, and 21 growing loyalty are but 1119. highlights
of the full and Spring administmlions. The suwessful meetings and entertain-
ments hmv sol ;1 mark that future Student body gtwernmvnls must work to improve
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MANY SH: Pl-JAK - - - - - - - e - 'I'reusurer
Throughout the whole year the aetiVities 0f the Associated Women Students
have been marked by the m-operution and support of all the women in college.
lCm-h has been instrumental in making this year a success.
The weleome party for new women in college, talks from the Dean of Women.
the A. W. 5. president, and leaders of the different wometfs organizations on the
ezmlpus, have given the W'omen an idea of the part that each womenk organization
must play in helping the sehool in further progress.
A. W. S. sent delegates to the Associated W'omen Students7 conferem-e at
Pomona where new ideas upon woxttetfs aetivitiw in sehool were Obtained.
The Kullege Kut-lrps. sponsored by A. WV. 5., was the sueeess of former vears.
Dunielwm Henderson Hemlu'li
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ASSOCIATED MEN STUDENTS OFFICERS
UHLAN HENDERSON Presiden!
CLARENCE SPENCER Vice-Presidenl
GEORGE OLSEN - Secretary
UKONUGI - - - - , - - Secretary
The A. M. 8., although a new organization of last year, has made rapid progress.
The men students seeing the advantage and the benefits derived from such an organ-
ization have taken an active interest and are very desirous of seeing it grow to be
one of the strongest organizations on the campus.
Through its actions it has done much to carry out the policies of the student
body. This year the organization took steps to formulate rules and traditions Wilit'il
heretofore had never been successfully done.
One of the outstanding features of the body is that of the annual Hobo party
staged every year. The first annual affair staged last year was a success from
beginning to end but the party of this year surpassed it in many ways.
It is the policy of the A. M. S. to work in unison with the Student Body,it0
form closer bonds of friendship among the men, and to weli'ome the new men
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CLARK Axnmmx - - - - - - Pcrwnal Nouns
Sim-o the happenings within the t-ollcge community are of so great importance
tn those imnwdiutoly vom-t'rnvd. and therefore are SO in known, it is quite easy
tu assume that every one outside also knows of them. Of course, this is not the
vase unless it is the husinvss of same one to lot what happens within college circles
be known to those outside. This, in a sentence, is the duty of the Publicity Committee
Wiltt'il is composed of :1 director and us many student members 215 are nm-vssary
t0 tarry on the work.
Fresno State College has vome to hit such a place in the civic life of Fresno
that the two daily papers haw rvpresontatives of their own on the campus. Hence
the puhlicity committee centers its attention largely on those papers which are
puhlished in the towns of the San Joaquin Valley from which a large part of the
student body comes. A weekly news letter goes out to all these papers containing
a motive of the uvtivities uf tlii tmn-hrcsno students.
Corlzrill Shelton h lwla illtillnlmrlcr
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to he a thing: of the past. The little book Contains a brief summary of all the activities
of the college, as well as SCllOOl yells. songs, and rules of conduit. In addition the
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gm'orning vntt'rinf: students.
Work of this kind zittrzu-ts little attention, hut deserves all the credit that every
loyal student of the College giws it. The stall haVe given mut'h of their time to
make thv lilmsh Hihlv snmvthing for thv student hotly to he proud of. A hriei
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olTit-vrs Irving rlm-tt'd. In 1110 spring SEIIIOSIPF ofTicors were r'lected and suvh Mass
m'tix'itivs us suvh a limited numher vould enjoy were dismissed at the regular Class
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txs'enty-six au-tiro mmnhers into the fold. inth the vonstant growth of the school and
thv addition of new fields of study for four year students, the Seniors will increase
in importanvo. As the now Seniors enter their last year they will find a thrivirm,
growing. Senior Class ready to tarry out their class zu'tix'ities for them.
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FRANCIS WHITE - - - ' - - - - - I"fw-Prvmlvnr
CHARLES GIBSON - - . - - - - - Svrl'rml'v-TI'IWIVIII'I'r
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MARIAN SM ALHN - - - - - - - . - Viro-PrmhlvnI
ll-ZNNIE PETERSON - - - - - - - - -. Summary
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to life. in the spring. They put over the Junior Jinx. whit'h establishod a er-Pdenl
for future sm'ond your classes to follow.
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TLVarietyii seems to be the best term to portray the activities of the glee men
during this past college year. The club frequently appeared in thirty-minute singing
programs before the various city luncheon Clubs. L'rgent requests from local fra-
ternal organizations resulted in several appeamnees before such bodies.
Trips were made to several valley towns usually under the auspices of the town
High Sehool Student Association. Throughout the season. the glee men handle the
ushering part of the Fresno Musical Club programs. The presentation of the
Annual Road Show and Dance, before the largest audienee ever assembled in the
college auditorium for any collegiate program. reeeived eommendation from the
press and from the public.
One of the popular Hspeeialtiesn 0f the elub has been in the Collegiate Quartet.
Offering almost anything, from parts of well known opera down to popular modern
musie, the quartet has always met sueeess in its appearances alone and with the
dub. the Irresponsibles," another feature of the club. has aroused much favor-
able eomment as a genuine illustration of the typieui trollege life of the country.
Miss Dorothy Graham assisted this group in their numbers at the piano.
As a fitting end to a busy and sueeesstul eollege year the glee men gave a formal
dance at the California Hotel. During the drive for the eollege stadium, the club
unanimously Voted tn purehase a share of .9100 in the projeet.
Mr. Wahlberg, of the Music Department, has been the direetor of the male
Voices since the elulfs inception in 1923. Harry Mt-Cinitie was the pianist for the club
during the Fall semester; Joel Smith held the position for the Spring semester.
OHieers for this year were, Chas. Gibson, president; Stanley Berry, Viee-president;
Hugo OiKonogi, manager; Walter Curtis, seeretary; Don Thomas, treasurer; H. D.
Womenas Glee Club
The W'nmenis Glee Club, under the direetion of Mr. Wrathlherg. has had a very
successful year. After some very intensive work the Glee Club made its hrst public
appearanee November 3rd. There xsere several publie appearanees during the fall
semester, but the spring semester was spent in 21 dilTerent type of Work.
The Glee Club enntrihuted t0 the musie entry in the Raisin Day Festival which
won a silver lming eup for the best musiezll entry. In addition to this, the Glee
Club also partieipated in the rendition 0f the St. Paul Oratorio. whieh was given
under the auspiees of the Federation of Churehes.
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hulam-ed group of. musicians. Wilit'il has iwen. and will continue to be, a great asset
to the spirit of the t-oilege.
The band furnished musit- LII all of the football and basketball games that
were played at home this year. and led the Fresno State College division in the
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of Mr. Curl Grissen. the band presented a very sucveesful concert in which several
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soloists were featured with numbers on the program especially arranged for Band
Lind Orchestra by James Morrison. 21 student member of the band.
A complete set of new uniforms were secured this year. and the Band made
its first appearance in them before the assembly on Friday, April ninth. At this
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Last year. a group of students interested in dramatics met with Miss Ada R.
Hex'eridgzt- to form Fresno State Colleges Little Theater organization. It was named
the College Theater. College Theater has sim'e then become a reality, a living, vital
organ of student zu'lix'ities. The rule of the club has been to present one three-act
play ezu'h semester.
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The first semester production of 1926 was a lhroe-avt farce by Cosmo Hamil-
ton. entitled WThe New Poor? This was presented in the college auditorium on
January 7. Mrs. Juliet Lee Lorkuood, dramatic inslrm'tor at the college, assisted by
Mildred Moore limberling. directed the play. Evelyn Hansen acted as business man-
ager. Hugh Armstrong was in vharge of arrangements, and Margaret Strachan was
Grand Duke E. Frank Hart
Count Joan - Ewell Connella
Prince Vladimir William Baird
Princess Irina - - Fern Lockhart
Mrs. Wellby Doris Lake Steele
Amos. her son Charles Withrow
Alice - - Bernice Couey
Connie - - Muriel Crawford
Betty - - - Corrinna Robinson
Mary A'Iaudsley, authoress - Margaret Detrick
Miller C. Gutteridge, a guest Melvin Cappleman
Kirk OhFarrell, a detective - Erwin Ginsberg
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On May 13, the second semester play was presented:a three-act comedy by
Philip Barry entitled, iiThe Youngestfi
Mark and Oliver Winslow were engaged in running the pin factory left by their
father. Richard, the youngest, wanted to write, but succeeded only in being made
miserable by his bullying brothers. Mrs. Winslow bowed to Oliveris wishes;
Augusta,s sharp tongue made the youngest writhe, and Muff. with her love of any-
thing funny, half won his confidence. When Nancy Blake. a society bud, came to
visit Muff, things began to happen. Nancy schemed with Alan, Augustak husband,
to make Richard rebel against the suppression of his family. She met with startling
and unexpected success, thereby proving her pet theory. TiTreat a mouse like a lion,
he,ll grow a mane overnight?
Howard Lane and George Danielson deserve special mention for the way in
which they handled the business affairs of the eomedy.
The characters were:
Mrs. Charlotte W'inslow
Oliver Winslow - - . - -
- Mrs. Mable B. Keithley
Mark Winslow - - - - - - Ralph Moore
Augusta Winslow - - - - - - Ann Standinger
Alan Martin - - - - - - - - Alex Roth
Martha tMufU Winslow - - - - Dorothy Cochran
Richard Winslow - - - - - - Charles Withrow
Nancy Blake - - - - - - - Bernice Couey
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ciRasberry Shrub. See? a one-zu't romedy by Frank C. Drake, was College
Theatefs contribution to Koilege Kut-Ups. Hannah Dewey, a wiry Presbyterian
maiden of sixty winters, was well portrayed by Margaret Detriek. Eyelyn Hansen
made a successful Sarah Jane, Hannah's elder sister. Jenny, their niece, was well
done by Muriel Crawford. and Erwin Ginsberg was a convincing Bob Taylor.
E. Frank Hart, 21 club member. directed the play. which dealt with the disapproval
of Jennyis two aunts for Bob, her sweetheart, who had been drunk once upon a
time. The two old ladies mistook a bottle of ehampagne for some Rasbcrry Shrub
and became very much intoxieated. Afterwards they shame-faeedly admit that Bob
could be worse.
The Campus Players. the Class in play production under Mrs. LOt'kWOOtYS direc-
tion. has lived up to the reputation earned in former years for making itself promi
ment on the rumpus. Several one-zu-t plays were presented curb seIm-ster, both in
assembly periods and at evening performances. This group of students also made
itself active in assisting with College Night.
EVE ELI. UJNNELLA
H ERILL CHAPMAN
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W. H. CARVER
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While debating was not so successful as last year. Fresno won two debates this
season and lost two, and also split even on judges decisions. receiving the votes of
six of the twelve judges. At the beginning of the year the Central California Inter-
collegiate Debating Federation was divided into an A section, composed of the four-
year colleges, and a B section. eompused of junior colleges. In the ifour-year divi-
sion, San Jose State College took first place; Fresno State. second, and College of
the Pacific, third. San Jose will meet the winner of the junior
eollege seetion for
the league ehampionship.
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0n Deeemher ll, ltiresnois aliirmative team. eomposed of Chester Dean and
Ewell Connella, defeated the College of the Paeilie team hy a two-to-one decision
on the question, 'lResolved, That the military forces of the United States should be
placed under a single cabinet olllieer. with separate suh-departments for the land,
naval, and air forces." This debate was very elosely eontested. as the decision indi-
cates. At Stockton, the. negative, Clarenee Speneer and Averill Chapman, lost unani-
mously, though reports indicate that the debate was not one-sided.
SAN JOSE sVVFRliSNO
Chester Dean and George Lewis lost a hotly contested debate before the local
student body to San Jose State. The question was, c'liesolx'ed, That the only scho-
lastic evaluation of class work in eullege enurses shall he passed or failed? The
suhjeet proved a popular one. and the large amlienee of students showed their
approval of the various witty sallies hy hearty applause. Though two of the judges
tleeided in favor of San Jose. most of the liiresno students would have voted with
the minority judge if they had had an opportunity. At San Jose. Mahel Kaljian and
Sam W'ood won an unanimous Vietory fur the negative.
Considering: the faet that Professor St. John hegan the season with no experi-
eneed tlehaters and that liiresnn was plaeetl in the fnur-year tlix'isinn. the result of
the year's dehating ean he ennsitleretl salisllaetory.
0n Way 28 an extempnranetms tlehate will he held hy the liietle
ration, at a place
yet tn he determined.
l'iaeh rollege will haVe two representatives. The contestants
will he given the general suhjeet almut a month before the emitest, but will learn
tlehate only two hours before the
euntest. lsresno's representatixes hate nut as i'et heen elmsen for
the partieular question upun whieh they are to
At the heginning ml this year l'resnu was awarded a eup lnr winning.r the eham-
piunship last year. This eup was well earned. sim-e liresnu won all six debates in
the league last year.
Prospeets for next year lnuk quite hopeful. for sexeral of this yeark debaters
will he on hand next fall. aml many experiem-eil high sehuul
tlehaters are expected
to enter eullege next year.
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it is proposed to emistruet the .xtutlium ml the east side of Blat'kstone Avenue
between the extension of Weldon uml linii'ersity Avenues. The site, eonsisting of
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ten acres, which is now held under option. is three-quurters of a mile from the north
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terminal of the lilziekstone Avenue ear line.
Plans for the stadium t'illl for 21 strueture similar in design to the Stanford
University stadium. Excavation of four feet below the present surface of the tract
will provide for emhankments 0f the bowl fourteen feet high. This will allow for
twentyone rows of seats. A quarter mile truek will encircle the football Held which
will be turf. The stadium will thus pmVide au'ommodations for three of the major
athletic divisions of the State CollegeArwfoothull. l,iasehull and track. The outer
slope of the bowl will be landscaped so that it will present a pleasing appearance.
The initial seating capacity of the stadium will be approximately 15.000 with the
dadium so planned 215 to increase this in the future to 23.000 or more.
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Fresno State College has had a remarkable increase in attendance in the last
few years, virtually making this city a so-ealled ltt'ollege town." Authorities are of
the unanimous opinion that with the proper development of the campus atmosphere,
which prevails at the larger institutions and whieh is based principally upon athletic
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actlvities, that the local institution xsill have an exen more amazing Urowth. At the
present time athletic teams at Fresno State College have no adequae place for the
conduct of any of their outdoor athletic eontests. Physical Education courses for
the men are being: seriously hampered because of the lack of these facilities. The
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college was established originally to prmeide. primarily. for the instruction of teachers
With girls in the majority of attendamee. However. with the development of the
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agricultural, engineering and other courses attractive to men. the percentage of men
enrolled has inereased. At the present time there are more than 100 men registered
with the number of women students slightly ahtwe L000.
The ten-aere traet Wlllt'll is due east of the, present College Campus is held under
Option, the price heing 322.300. For the grading. etmstruetion of seats. installation
of drainage system, planting: of the turf. a hoard 0f engineers has estimated that an
additional $27,500 will he required to eomplete the stadium for the present needs of
Students, laeulty. and local business men are to he, emigratulated on their work
so far, and the luture will give them ample return. XX e are now ready for the growth
whieh will make our wheel the greatest sehtml of interior California. The school
Spirit. traditions. and popular support that t-omes from a stadium will soon he ours
to enjoy and take pride in.
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Associated W'0men Students
Registration of old
Suhjm-t A examination.
ilhxgistmtiun of new students.
Registration of nld
Dean of Women.
Football prau'tiro starts.
Dormitory reception for gills.
First general assembly.
Cullvge Thealvr mooting.
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Home EFOHUHIiP CIIIIYS suppvr and
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Sigma Izlu initiallion.
Cosmopolitan Club tlinm'r.
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thahly thv snappimt zhsvmhly Hf the your. and tune that will he long r0-
mmnhm'ml hy thv studvntx' of Ittrvsnn Stalv Collvgo was the Pan-t'lvllvnit' Inter-
"GahritXI Hhm's His Hum." prm'ml t0 lw a riot nt' fun and laughter. This
little play. urittm h'x' "Dix" Shelttm. rarl'it'tl orl'ing atmhtnts amt fat'uhy timer to
the pvarly gatvs than mam nth thmn xxill owr gvt. 5t. Pt-tvr. played hy Clarmu'v
StzlplPS. mot uith thv. hearty applmal nf tlw audivnu' hy vnndcmning "Cvnrg'io"
Hllnlting.r and "Horn Waterman to t-tvrnal fire. The fatally xsas t-nm'enivntly ahsvnt
President Ht'llam'. Sarah Ht'Curd.
Mr. 'lVostcnsvll. Xlr. St. John and many 0thvr at our hvlmhetl teat'hvrs all appvarvd
that day Whit'll was pmhahly a good thing.
and rw-cived their svntom-vs. A tow wore admittvd to hvavvn hut. "Very few." Thv
Mvnk and Womvnk Ulvv Cluhs made their initial appvaranm' 0f the somvstvr and
rm-viwd a noisy xwh-umv.
01w nlt tht' fmturvs of tho pmgram uas a Charlvstnn Dam-v. hy Hvrnit'o Cnuex'
and Margarvt Porvm-hiu. TIH' dam-o made a hig hit and tlw tmy wvrv t'tlHPd hark
Thosv rvslmnsihh' for lhv assvmhly xwrc Chuvk Withrmv. Iix'vlyn Hansen and
The prm'eeds of tho assvmhly wcrv used to buy jersey; for tho llS-Ih. haskvt-
hall team and a uniform for the yell lvadvr.
The Associated Women Students1 Convention
The annual Associated Women Students. Convention was held on November
13 at Pomona. 0111' ItE'plPSttntiltiVENt were vama Arrmvsmith. Margaret MrthortPr.
Elizaheth Stratum. and Floreon LeBlam'. Tho hrxt session was. held Fridav evening:
after a dinner given in honor of thv delegates. Round Table discussihns WPYC
held on difTeront topics such am "The Frmhman Girl." 'Sh'tiVities and Participationfa
"Athletics:- "The l'nsocial Group." and the Report of the W'estern Conference of
the reports given by the various schools on the big problem of LtThe Freedom of
the Modern Girl. Her Responsihilities and Charau-tmistivsft
Miss LeBlanc acted as the speaker for Fresno and lead the discussion on itThe
Characteristics of a Leader." Some of the topics reported on at this time were.
the Responsibility of the Modern Girl to her Community? 'xHer Responsibility to
her School and Herself," "The Responsibility of Freedom." The afternoon session
eonsisted of another Round Table diseussion on topics of common interest and
ended with the resolution that we go on reenrd as opposed to petting. smoking.
and drinking: among.r women students.
The Com'ention was drawn to a elnse at a formal dinner at the Mission Inn at
Rixerside given in honor of the RepresentatiVes.
The Tent Show
tcShe Loved Him," a masterpieee 0f thrilling, melodramatic incident, was
presented on February 13. The prchrhial heroine fainted in the manly herois arms.
while he, with heroie forethought, saVed the homestead from the toils 0f the dastardly
Villain. The indispensable rickety stage, and triek eurtain. eomhined with the
erunehing.r of popeorn by an expeetant audienee made the show what it was meant
to he--a take-ofT 0n the old-time. one-horse tent show.
The eharaeters 0f the play were:
Rosemarie h an Blythe, the heroine, Blanche Cook; Laurenee Tremaine. the hero.
Frank Hart; Henry Nh-Uuy. the Villain. Erwin Ginsburg: Sophronia Applegate, the
old maid, Ruth Crawford: Vary Tremaine. the herois mother. Nellie Gill; iiSi"
'liremaine. the herois father, Glenn Myers.
The play was written and direeted hy Craee Chureher.
After the final eurtain the ehairs were pushed aside and a dame was on. A
lutealh-taking exhihitiun 0f the Charlestml was a feature 0f the danee.
W. 0A. Qfl. Basketball Spread
The annual W. A. A. Baskethall spread was held in the gym April 8. The
spread followed the inter-elass games. whieh were played oft during the week. Class
winners were derided in the final play-ofT.
A huge elnml oi. snmke hmered near the rtmf 0f the Uym. An m-eassional
Hash et a six-shunter and the aeemnlmm'ing yells 0f eow-hny enthtisiasts ammuneed
the tiaet that the Henk- Hulm Party was under way. The eVening's entertainment
was supplied hr the fraternities and other nrganilatinns 0f the sehnol. A pie-
eatinf: enntest. whieh was held in an nhl-time har-rnom ealled .ligfs Salmm, was
a feature of the party. It happened that .Iig'gs was runnin;.r for Mayor of Andrew-
Ville. so a pnlitieal eampaign was held. ,lig'g's adxm'ated Innger hlankets and free
heer. whieh was supplied at the har in the sahmn.
Vallriee "Red" Silierman was largeh respnnsihle fur makingr the affair a
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The i'irmh hundzingu, hehi ill the Wuriguld Ihreemher II. is emisidered by those
who attended to he the hest tltlllt't' rat. the Hair. The :liiitlil' was giVen in honor of
the imithzlii men. The Iimg'mnb were in the form of :1 funthuli. The enmmittee
whieh wus respunsihh- fur the sm-eess nth the melting w as eumpriseti 0f Peggy Lung.
Wurjm'ie Iiuwv-n. Ralph Hume. Hurxex hhistler. zimi Huriel Crawford.
Iiiuiries. witehes. huhnes. uml vumps were u few of the many ehuraeters repre
sented ml the Campus Ull "Dress-l'p Day." Little hays and girls represented grown-
up t'ulks. Suppusediv gmwn-up t'ulks reprtwented little girls and buys. A feature
of the tiilV was a l'outhzill rally in the ifust Court. whieh was held to amuse interest
in the Cul-Aggie game.
Pun-Hellenism eelehrated Saint Ptltltit'ks birthday with the most unique dance
of the eollege season. staged in the eonventional green of the day at E. Allen
Whites Duneing Aeudemy 011 Fulton Street. An Irish garden, with a green hedge
along the sides furnished the setting for the danee. Ahme the happy throngr were
suspended streamers of green. while pink blossoms nodded from above the hedges.
A green lzittiee fence made an attractive Opening upon the ballroom, while little
John Stewart. dressed in green. opened the gate. The programs were green leather
shnmmeks. with favors attached to them.
During the evening. Miss Nella Belle Seott interpreted an Irish jig?r in real
Irish style. and she and Luwrenee kaiser presented an Argentine dance. A feature
0f the eVening was noted when green halloons were allowed to Hoat down from the
hufeuny and the guests were presented with bags of green and white confetti.
Green puneh and green :ill-day Miekers were used to carry out the St. Patrickk
mutif still further. Norman Case's orehestra furnished the music for the affair.
The guests were remixed by the Misses Genevieve Wiiekstrom, Ruth Estep,
and Helen McKay. The patrons and patrmiesses were Messsrs. and Mesdames C. L.
NleLane, and 1:. KY. Thomas. Those in charge of the affair were: Decorations and
entertainment. Sigma Phi Gamma: programs. Delta Kappa; refreshments, Psi Chi
iota: music. Omega Xi Omicron. and the hall. Alpha Thetas.
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QAnnual Alumni CBanquet
The annual banquet of the Fresno State College Alumni was held at the Hotel
Fresno on November 271-. 1925. :leth one hundred and fifty gathered around the
Follmsing is the program of the evening:
Reception. 6:30 P. .11.
Dinner, 7 P. NI.-Pmeessional t0 the tune. "Here-s to Our College."
Sung: by the Girls. Glee Club.
Hail Fresno College.
Address of Weleome - - - - - President Marjorie Brewster
lntmduetion of the Chairman for the evening - - -19. W. Thomas
The 01d College Sung. "Here-s t0 Jolly Fresno."
The hour Years. Coutx'e 13m Degree - - - President C. 1.. MeLane
Holin Solo - - - - - Henrietta Burns Jertberg
History of the Sierra Summer 5111001 - - - Dean 1V. 13. Givens
Roll Call by Classes.
Report 01' the Numinuting Committee.
Heeliml of 011'ieers.
xhljournment with the singing of the present college song. 1'Here15 to 0111'
College. Fresno State" and Auld Lang Syne.
The following: ofTieers were eleeted:
BL-ncm: Yum: - - - - - - - - - Preside"!
Un'xon JONES - - - - - - . Firs! Vice-Presitlcm
1101 lst: ALMLR CULMHN . - V - - - Neenml Viee-Presitlenl
.lttssn: tiltletm'r Ptmm - - - - - - - - - Seeremn'
HMLIUM' FUIHIH-lltt; - - - - - - - - Hisluriun
Sun VrCmm - - - - - - iminext Seeremn uml Tremurer
1CVer'V0ne attended and everyone had 21 good time at the Sophomore Mingle
xshieh was held 111 11. Allen Whites. Oetnher 13. A feature of the evening.r was 11
Charleston dunee hy Nlarjurie Perenehio. The enmmittee in ehzlrge was: Chuck
XVithrms'. Berniee tinuey. hem Lnekhurt. and Stanley .11a10ney.
Football Bonfire Rally
:1 touthull hunhre rally mu held Vnemher 21. Cars filled uith enthusiastic
ellldttltle paraded the main thnmudttlu'es and then t'ume nut to the przu'tiee held
xshere :1 huge hunhre mu huilt. tells fur the t1i11erent members of the football
team. qu-eehw hy sume nf the team and fueulty memhers xsere given. Members
01 the Hmmher of Cmmneree game theil xiexss nu the neeessity and advantages of a
stadium 1hr hresrm State tiulleg'e and pledged their 1111! support in selling hands
for the ltrnlmsed stadium.
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During the present zu-auiemie year. the ixzu'ulty Seiem'e Club has held regular
lunrheon meetings at the Cafeteria on the seeomi Friday of each month.
Short papers have heen presented hy various members Concerning dx'elopments
in the various fields of sviem'e. Also informal diseussions of some of the local prob-
lems in the sriem-e departments have been of value to the members.
A popular iH'lUfP on "ilirzmsmission of Pietures hy Wire" was, given at one of
the Friday zwsemhlies hy un employee of the qu'itie 'iielephone and Telegraph Com-
pany under the altispit-es of the St-iem-e Cluh.
Le Cerele Francais
Le Cerele hraneais is one of the latest additions to organized life on the campus,
offering an opportunity to put to practical and enjoyable use the French that students
may have uequired. Le Cerele, which was organized during,r the fall semester under
the sponsorship of Mr. 'liostenson. is beginning to take definite shape.
The members seleet a hreneh author in whom they are interested, and at the
following: meeting his life is discussed, one or two original book reviews are read.
and u summary of his philosophy is given, the entire program being in French. As
a variation. Frem'h music and poetry are sometimes ofTered, while the plan of
playing bridge in Freneh has met with surprising success.
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but also college professors who are glad of an opportunity to review some of their
Offieers of Le Cerele hmneais are:
ELIZABETH KRAEMER - - President
MALCOLM BAIRD - - Vice-President
ANNETTE CHAPMAN .S'ecremry-Treasurer
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Thv game nus mvn iht' first half. due lo lhv unndm'ful playing of Andrmxs ulm
ripped ihv UyV line for lung gains. H0 I'cwixml an injury in the serum! quurtvr
that put him out for lhv 5051mm. Ilvmlvrsml. Ilnl'tvn. and Bmmhuugh were injured
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FHIC5N0. H: SAVIW CIAHX. 6
Thu 1mm played rml football in this game and but for a had break in the sevond
quurlvr ihal wvnl against ihmn. should haw mm. The hull was, in Santa Clara-s
territory most of the limo. An injury in Quurlvrlmrk Burlnn in tho second quurl'gr
handit'appod 111v loam.
Dorlrslmler Stopped .lfler Fifteen tan! Cain
FRESNO. 25$; SAN JOSE. 0
Reinfort'vd by some transfers from the University of California, Sam Jose came
on thv field with a lot of ronhdom'v hut it was short lived, as Baxter and Rice had
no ditTiculty in gaining at will. The set'ond team was rushed in by Coach Jonvs,
and they playvd the greater part of the game.
FRESNO. 0; CALIFORNIA AGGHCS. 0
A had punt that went out of hounds for only a gain of tt'n yards that guw thv
Aggivs a tout-hdown. and an injury to Mosher. who was playing a star game at loft
halt. spelled defeat for Fresno. The entire second half was playmt in tho Aggivsg
tvltritm'y but due to injuries. the team did not have pum-h enough to Carry tho hull
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lfxu'pling the first quarter. State was unuhle to furnish muvh opposition to the
strong: Nevada Wolf Park at Reno. The entire team w as laid low with some mahldv.
and several players were unuhle to play all all and some had to he t'zu'ried 0ft the
held after playing part at the game.
FRESNO. 053: HAHHARIAXS. 6
This game was played us at part of the Ixingshurg Amerit'un Legion t-elehration.
and was a wulk-uway for Fresno. Rive was at his host and ripped the Hzlrharian
line wide open for long gains. The second string: played most of the game.
FRESNO. 0; PACIFIC. 7
Although handicapped by injuries. the team played PLH-ihe to a standstill and
but for it dropped forward pass over the goal line. the game would have ended in
a tie score. In the last quarter. Fresno had Put'ihe lnu'ked up against their goal line
when Paeifle Jttempted a play with twelxe men in the play. Hzmy 0f the Fresno
players did not attempt to stop the play but Referee Xloyer allowed it and the oppor-
tunity to score was lost as well as the game.
FRESNO. ll: ST. MARY'S. bl
The best showing of the year was made against the strong St. Matty-s team at
San Francisco. In the first half. Rice and Burton alternated in carrying the ball
down the field for two touchdowns. The first half ended in a 21 to 14 score,
St. Mary's forward passing over the goal line for a touchdown. In the second
quarter. several players went out with injuries and St. Xlary-s had no difficulty in
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FRESNO, 5-H: RELIABLE SHOP. COMPANY. 20
In an effort to get his men in shape for the first game of the year. Cozleh Jones
put them against the hard lighting Reliuhle Shoe Company five on Deeemher 22
in the lirst game for the Bulldogs.
Praetieally all the men on the squad got to play. and the game did a lot to show
who would he the valuable men later in the season.
lillthSNO, 22; OREGON AGRICL'leit'ltAL COLLEGE. 28
011 the second day of the new year the Bulldogs eanne huek from their two weeks.
vzteation over the Christmas holidays to take a 28 to 22 drubbing.r from the Oregon
Agricultural College hve who were on the last lap of their barnstorming tour of
Although the Staters were entirely out of eondition and the Aggies were in tip
top shape as a result of having played two or three games every week on their tour.
the men from the north had 21 hard time downing the Bill ldogs. Doekstarler showed
some flashy basket shooting that gate promise of being xaluahle late1 in the season.
FRESNO, 26; COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC, 3!
Playing: a somewhat ragged game and showing the dire need of practice. the
Bulldogs lost their first conference game to Coach Rightens men from Paeifie by a
seore of CH to 26.
The Fresno men seemed to have a hard time getting going and Jones used a lot
of substitutions in an effort to instill some pep into the team. Dockstader was again
the high point man for the Staters with his four baskets. although Telonieher was
elose 011 his heels with three.
FRESNO, 37; COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC, 31
In one of the hardest fought games of the year, one which took three extra
periods to decide, the Bulldogs redeemed themselves for the defeat of the previous
evening.r and heat the Tigers, 37 to 34-.
From the very beginning of the game it was apparent that the Staters had taken
a new lease of life and were out to win. 011 the other hand, the Pacific men were
also out to bring home the bacon. The result was one of the hardest fought games
local fans have probably ever witnessed.
Wlilhelmsen and Baxter were running wild in the scoring.r column, Bob with l3
points and Polly with 14.
FRESNO, 32: SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE, 11
011 January 15th, the Bulldogs journeyed to San Jose where they decisively
defeated the Spartans in the hrst game of a two-game series, 32 to 11. The Staters
showed all kinds of Class and the San Jose men were unable to stop the avalanche
of field goals sunk by Wilhelmsen and Baxter.
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On January 16th in their second game the Bulldogs managed after a somewhat
harder fight to down the Spartans. 21 to l l. The San Jose men were out for revenge
for their defeat the night before. and led by their eaptain. Jess Regli. they put up a
hard tight. Howeyer, with Burr. Wilhelmsen. and Baxter dropping the ball through
the bueket from all angles of the eourt. the Spartans were subdued without a great
deal of difliieulty.
FRESNO, 52: Y. XI. C. A. DEMONS. 20
On January 22nd the Bulldogs took an easy practice game from the loeal Y. M.
C. A. Demons by the lopsided seore of 32 to 26. The Staters showed a lot of CltlSS
and began to show signs of the form that was to earry them to the eonferenee eham.
pionship later in the season. Doekstader played a niee game for State. and Telonieher
sunk several of his famous long shots.
FRESNO. 10: ST. MARYS COLLEGE, 18
In what was reeogznizetl as one of the most eritieal gtmes of the sehednle, the
Staters lost to St. Nlaryis College after a hard fought battle by a seore 0f l8 to l6.
Playing: on the Ciyie Auditorium floor, the Bulldogs were hampered by its large
size whereas the St. Mary's men seemed to be quite at home as it was mueh the same
size as their own floor.
Fresno pulled a number of eostly blunders and none of the men seemed to be
able to hit the basket with any great degree of sueeess.
The game was marked throughout by the number of fouls on both sides and by
the yoeiferous remonstranees oli "Slip" Nladigan. the Saints. eoaeh. whose spirited
monologue from the sidelines tlireetetl at the Ollieials aroused the ire of all who
Ginsburg illltl Ilielonieher played a wonderful defensive game throughout.
The St. llai'yis guards had their eyes on Wilhehnsen all the time. as his reputa-
tion had been well known. and as a result of the elose wateh they kept. "Polly", was
able to aeeount for only one basket. lloweyer. he ehalked up four points by way
oli the tree throw route.
FRICSVL 23. ST. XHRY'S COLLEGE. It
Showing; their ehainpionship ealibre. the Bulldogs on the next night took the
Saints into eanili to the time of 253 to II. The team lilltlt'lltnltttl inneh more smoothly
than it tlltl the pi'eyiotis night antl the Saints tlitllhl hate a ehanee.
All the men on the team started. Hob llaxter took the leml with nine points to
his eretlit. 'llelonieher played a line tlt'littHFlttt game. besides ehalkin;r np seyen tallies
.liist a liew minutes before the entl ol the game a eonple ol' the Fit. Xlaryis for-
wards in an elliort to get within shooting tlistanee of the baslxet mixed up with Gins-
burg antl alter a tangle was iinixneleil. it was lintllltl that tiinslnirj.r lliltl tlisloeatetl
his elbow. an aeeiilent whieh put him on the hospital list for seyeial weeks. l'irane
toolx hi.s plaee.
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On l'lehruary 1th the Mare Island All Stars. on a harnstorining tour of the
state, stopped at ffresno long enough to take a 30 to 27 defeat at the hands 0f the
Burton and Dm-kstader put up a good perf'oi'inam'e for the set'ond string men.
while Wilhelinsen was the atar on the first squad.
FRESNO. :37: CALIFORNIA AGUIES. 1:;
In the first of a series of two eonf'erenee games that were expected to be a big
stumbling hlot-k for the Bulldogs. Jones' men swamped the California Aggie quintet
here February lflth, 37 to lit. The serap was never in doubt from beginning: to the
end, and practieally every man on the Fresno squad got a chance to play.
This game marked the point where Captain Burr regained his stride and began
to play the type of game expet'ted from him. Burr had been off form all season,
hut he eame back with a rush in the first game with the Aggies and was high point
man with 13 tallies to his eredit. Wilhelmsen shared the honors in Fresnois scoring.r
with 12 points.
FRESNO, 13; CALIFORNIA ACCIES. l7
On the next night, the Bulldogs administered another defeat to the Farmers.
The final score was l3 to 17. The team was playing in true championship form
and the Aggies had praetieally no chance of winning. They put up a game fight
however and won the admiration of many by their plueky efforts to stop the Bulldog
offensive attack led by Wilhelmsen and Burr.
FRESNO, 28; UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, tl-
On February 20th the Fresno State College basketball squad went to Reno where
it was to meet the University of Nevada team in a two game series which would
practically decide the championship of the Far Western Conference. Nevadafs defeat
of the strong: Stanford Unifersity squad made things look doubtful for Statees chances
of winning, but the first game told the tale when the Bulldogs took the Wolves into
eamp to the tune of 28 to 111-. Practically all the men on the squad were in tip-top
shape and played a top form all through the game.
FRESNO, 36; UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, 16
The next night the Nevadans evidently thought that their biggest bet would be
to watch Wilhehnsen and in so doing, they managed to leave Baxter free enough so
that he alone made more points than the whole Nevada team. Fresno took the game
36 to 16. All the men were playing better than ever before and were out to win.
Sueh being the case, it would have taken two Nevada teams to have stopped them.
The win over Nevada gene the Bulldogs a tie with St. Maryis and on St. Marys
refusal to play it oft. the conference officials awarded the title to Fresno State Col-
lege. taking into consideration the fact that we had already won from the bay college,
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ymr. Humwr had Iilllt' lmulylv in gvlling :1 xsinning' vmnbinulion.
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State College track men, under the leadership of their new coach, J. Flint Hunneig
former national javelin champion and Olympic star, had a fairly successful season
this year. Although they took third place in the conference meet held at Stockton
Fresno men made a good showing in competition with athletes from larger schools.
Lack of funds with which to operate, was one of the biggest handicaps the tracksters
had to compete with this season, but notwithstanding this, they did well.
The next meet, and the first real one the Bulldogs had taken
on this season, was the triangular contest with the Stanford
Freshmen in which Fresno State and Modesto Junior College
allied themselves against the new talent of the Cards. The Stan-
ford men were too strong and the final result was Stanford 78,
Fresno State College 22, and Modesto Junior College 21. For
Fresno, Brubaker took first in the javelin with a toss of 169 feet
7 inches, Russell won the high jump at 5 feet 8 inches, and
Kaster took second in the high hurdles, third in the low hurdles
and second in the high jump. Paul MofTatt took second in the
low hurdles, and Donn Thomas, running his best race of the
year, took a second in a fast quarter mile. Captain Olsen
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. The next meet for the Staters was the one against the combined forces of Fresno
High School and Fresno Technical School. The meet was such that it gave the Bull-
dogs a chance to show what they could do, and they ran away with it with 89 points
to the combined 32 of the two high schools.
SAN JOSE MEET
A couple of weeks later, Hunner took a bunch of his men to San Jose where they
met the San Jose State 'lieaehers College. Handicapped by the loss of Allie Burr,
who had an injured foot, and the illness of set'eraf other stars, Stuteis men were not
able to do so much and San Jose took the contest by a score of 71 to 51. Ginsburg
gave his first signs of excellence in the broad jump when he took first plate in that
event with a leap of 21 feet 7 inehes. firane threw the jzn'efin for a 17l-f00t record
and Kaster took first in the low hurdles, first in the high jump and seeond in the
KERN COLVXTY HIGH SCHOOLS
. In somewhat of a practice meet, simply to keep the men in condition for the
conference meet May lst, Hanner took his squad to Bakersfield where they met the
combined Kern County High Schools and Bakersfield Junior College. Fresno won
the meet, 73 to .18. Ginsburg:r did 21 feet 9 inches in the broad jump, showing steady
improvement in form and distance; f'irane threw the jzn'efin 171 feet 9 inches; Mosher
heaved the shot 47 feet 9 inches; and Waters made his best mark of the year in the
discus with u heave of .1253 feet. Raster took first in the high hurdles, first in the
low hurdles, tied for first in the high jump, and took a third in the broad jump.
Allen won the century from Winn, Taft fhish, in 10:2. Burr took first in the pole
vault with a leap 0f 11 feet 0 inches.
A feature of the meet was the relay rare in which friresno's team, composed of
Moffett, Carpenter, G. Carlson and Allen. defeated the eraiek team representing the
Kern County sehnofs.
Fresno men were enunted upon to take seeontf plate in the first annual Far
Western Conferenee Meet held any 1st 211 Stoektnn. The fhifhfogs got at good third,
the standings of the different enffeges heing as follows: t'nix'ersity of Nevada, 72 2-3
points; College, of the Pueifie. 553 1-2 paints: f'resno State College. 30 1-3 points, and
5t. Mztryis College, 20 1-2 points.
Ginsburg took a first for Fresno in the hrumf jump when he stretehetf out for u
distanee of 22 feet 2 inehes. his hesl mark of the year. Knster took a first in the
high jump with 3 feet 8 inehes. nmf Burr tietf for first in the pole vault at If feet
Kuster took n third in the high hurdles iltlti a fourth in the low hurdles. flur-
penter tuuk fourth in the flft-yurtf thish: Huffett ttmk third in the low hurdles:
Waiters took seenmf in the tfisenfs: fiuptnin Olsen tnuk third in the tfisens. and fourth
Husher funk third in the shut put. and ht ifhehnsen took a third in
hresnn's refaii tenm look finnrth plate in the relay rare
in the shot put.
the broad jump.
The lillfH'thf-V Hfi henithi hmf a well hnfnneetf team tiltll eut down the puints
of. all the ether enlleges in the meet. Mwaulzi men Itfttt't'tf in eVery exent hut one.
It is hard tn say just huw prnspeets fur trneh next year fuok now. We are fusing:
:1 number at men but isilf nntfnnhtetffy get sexeruf new ones. f'irune xsiff pilot the
team in 1927.
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With probably one of the best baseball teams ever turned out by the Fresno
State College, the Bulldogs were extremely unfortunate this season in that the budget
of the student association had no money for them to carry on their activities. As a
result, the team was disbanded. A line infield, made up almost entirely of stars;
Dockstader, next yearls captain, at short; McAboy at first; Jimmy Hirokawa at
second, and Hendsch pitchiiw, were probably the outstanding players on the team.
Other members of the team were l4. Carlson, Hellman, Mitchell, Shimmin, Miller,
Mt-Kay, Johnson, and lsola.
A total of five games were played, all of which the Bulldogs won. One of the
teams defeated was the fast Fresno Athletic Club nine, which is rated as one of the
best in the valley. As there was no conference schedule for baseball in the Far
Western Conference, the California Aggies was the only team the Bulldogs met.
FRESNO STATE COLLEGE. 1; POLICEMEN, 1
The first real game of the season for the Bulldogs held at the Firemen and
Policemenis ball park resulted in a tie score after the Staters had battled the Police-
men for nine long innings.
Practically all of the men were still somewhat out of condition, it being the
first game, but nevertheless they played fine ball. The main weakness in the State
team as seen at that early stage was a deficiency in hitting. The fielding 0n the
average was good. but few errors being made.
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A eouple of weeks later the Bulldogs deeisix'ely denmnstrated their superiority
over th? Pniieemen 3hr Vamquishing them in a return eontest t0 the tune of i to 2.
the men were hegiiming to round into shape and a mueh snuppier game was the
rrsult. lsulu 0n the mound xxith Shimmin reeeiving made a gmui enmhinution and
one or tiw ter phieed hits put the game on iee tor the Bulldogs.
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Mit emitent xsith their Vietnri mer the Pnliee. the Stiiters tangled with the Fire-
men in .1 nine inning argument it! the hull park and ezime nut on the long end of :1
2 to l senre. Although the Stiinke haters xsere :1 tough huneh. the Hulldugs had hit
their stride uml they managed to finish on top.
Hemiseh hurled at niee game fur State. xshiie Duekstauier and Hirukumi ill shurt
:imi seemui huse. resptwtixely. seintiihiteil in their usual snappy style.
l'lthSVt S'liA'lilC COLLEGE. 11: CALIFORNIA AGGIICS. 3
in the first game of their x'ehethileti two flilttlt' series at Davis, April 10th and
17th. the Bulldogs defeated the Aggies hi the inpsided seore of II to 5. isohi 0n
the mound fur State pitehed-zi tine game and xxith his teumnmtes smueking the hall
to tlii eurners Hi the lot. the game has not lung: in tlmiht.
Hueiwttuler. hwides playing it snappy game ili short. auhleti three runs to lriresnnis
tntui. Cairlsnn nus weuml iii the M'uring' xtith tun. I'itery man on the squad exeept
Isnlal gut ill ietht une run.
Hemmse oi rain. the game seheiluleti ier the next ihrV itilti to he pnstpnneti amt
the litillttngs were ihreetl to return hnme nith mily one xietury tn their eredit.
I'ltICSVt S'lW'l'li tItH.Iil-Ztlli. h: FRESNO gX'l'HHi'l'ttI tilil It. 3
Heeling- the hurtint emnpetitiun Hi the uhule seumn. the Bulking nine on April
22nd met the Ilht l'iemu Xthletie iiitllt uggreggitinn uml utter u hard struggle run-
tltti5itt'ti them hr ;1 it In 3 wore. The .lzlllLHIt'M' m-re rutetl 11.x tliHilli the hwt team in
the uiliei tltlti the Staten hmi t1 hard time putting them ilmsn.
Hemlwh en the lllHtttHi hehi the .litlnttlt'M' tilHHl tn wuttereti hits. txhile 21 eoupie
mi llieLx three-luhe ruin hi Huttnnm tlltti Hitler put the game mutt fur State. l'ies-
nuF rum nere made in the weumi. iilit'ti and eighth inning tttlti w-re all the results
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Intra Mural Sports
At the. time of writing, the first annual ummanwnt for the Ahe Shadduw trophy
is still being run off with hm matches yet to he played oiii.
Although gulf as a sport at Fresno State is still in its infancy. a great deal 0f
interest was shown when it was announced that 21 tournament wnuld he held for a
trophy which had been donated by a 10ml jeweler. A'priitnimately twenty men
signed up for the qualifying round whivh was played OH on the Riverside t'OllI'SC.
through the courtesy of the Riverside Gulf Chih. When the pairings were announced
the vompetition gradually narrowed down until at the present time the Inn Illillt'iIES
yet to he played are Jones x5. Wilhelmsen, and Wight x's. Keesling.
The Abe Shaddow trophy was donated by Mr. Shaddow to be a permanent award
for State College golfers and has done a lot to awaken the interest of golf enthusiasts
here. A large entry list for the tournament next year is expevted and probably a lot
of interest will be shown.
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The fall sports of the W. A. A. were swimming, tennis, and volley ball. The
first event of the season was a swimming carnival, during which balloon races,
exhibition diving, and other aquatic feats were enjoyed. The purpose of this water
carnival was to interest the girls in swimming so that the sport would be supported
in the Spring. But the cold weather soon drove the ambitious mermaids and tennis
fans from the pool and courts. The spirits of these sport enthusiasts were not,
however, dampened, for they were next seen as players in the volley ball and
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hockey tournaments. Not only were the color tournaments successful, but also the
inter-class games. The T. C. Freshmen were victorious in both volley ball and
hockey tournaments. The season was formally closed November 19 by an annual
spread. During the banquet an original game called i:Hock-ballll was played. Songs,
u-ul' -" 3.": ,1t n, f
readings, and speeches by several team captains were enjoyed. The awards, which
were given out by Belle Collins, were:
Highest awards for the making of 600 pointselllim: Elizabeth Stratton, Lor-
mine Mahn, Marian Smallin, Jennie Petersen.
Numeral for 400 points: Ruth Perkins, Mary Sue Peak, Lueina Stanford,
Mildred Rourke, Grace Churcher, Adene Huffman, Wilma Bassett.
W. A. A. pins for 200 points: Ruth Perkins, Eloise Webster.
Lorraine Mahn, head of the volley ball, and Jennie Petersen, head of hockey,
were responsible for the success of the evening.
The major winter sport was basketball. Every girl discovered that there was
something more to basketball than throwing and catching. Through the efforts of
Miss Swift, many r-lever passes and plays were worked out and applied success-
fully. Thirty-one rolor teams participated in the color tournament. The llCulW
team won the basketball ehmnpionship. and the season was closed with a spread
in the form of a bonfire weiner roast.
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on a dark night.
ALONE SIGNS I NEVER EXPECT TO SEE
The professor who comes ten minutes
late is very rare. In fact, he is in a
class by himself.
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tlYes, we loan tools?
lilf you park your car with us, we
expect to be responsible for any loss,
and we will protect your interests the
I held a little hand last night,
So dainty and so neat,
Methought my heart would burst with
So wildly did it beat.
No other hand unto my heart
Could greater solace bring,
Than the little hand I held last nighte
Four aces and a king.
$ 55 5;?
"Thereis my girl. What do you think
ill cant say?
best we know how?
'iWe overcharge at the rate of 50 cents
per hour per man?
uIf you have time, come in and loaf
awhile; we enjoy good company, too."
lllf you have work to do on your
car, you can do it in this garage. We
have room to spare?
gtEnjoy yourself on this green grass;
it will be here after we are gone?
44Yes, you can smoke on the campus,
it is yours.75
Yeggman Bill: l45ay, mister, is this
'"Sheis your girl."
the Salvation Armyfw
;lD0 you save bad women?
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1116185 6. new ape 1n tie 200 that es.
can say lPapa? plain as anything." ;;Then save me a couple for Satur-
llWell, he,d better not say it to mefa day night?
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Klux Rlansman sweepmg the snow out
of a bathroom.
First Street Cleaner: llSo Bilhs
dead; Bill was a good street cleaner."
Second Street Cleaner: slYes, Bill was
a good street cleaner, but dmft you
think he was a little weak around the
5b $3 C55
GRANDMA OUGHT TO KNOW
He: llSOme still say they can see
people smuggling 0n the beach at
She: llYes, I know, and grandma
says its disgusting, too?7
6A 515 5?
Kindly Visitor lto wardenl: l'lld
like to see convict 515, please, if he's
5f 521 t9
clYou are concealing something from
me? said the hero.
Certainly I am? replied the girl.
le no Salome?
$ 50 5?:
csHe says he always keeps his word?
llOf courseeno one will take it?
Son: ccHow did I know you wanted
to swear hrstiwl
$ 5b 6h
4'He looks like a musical sort of Flshfl
uYes, heas a piano tuna?7
$3 5:3 53
Teacher: CgWhat are the three im-
portant Greek orders?"
Small Boy: lfups cuffey, mas bif
sanwich, and peas cocoanut pie.,,
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W'bOCl-ChOppEf: llFor the
Mike, wait until I move?
53 Q? $
kicked out of
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6b $ $
Daughter, doesnlt that man know how
to say good nightiw
44011, daddy, I711 say he does?
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;451111ppy Storiesi: publishes the presi-
dentis inaugural address.
l11Ve11tor finally discoVers how to ruin
11 Vtzllsparred finish.
Henry Ford cannot find a buyer for
The Prince of Wales takes King
George for a ride on the handlebars of
his bicycle in an attempt to get his name
in the papers.
A moving picture dire1-tor dies of old
Follies put on a show in which all
the ladies in the chorus are attired in
A newspape1 publishes a whole edi-
tion without using the 110111 alleged"
I. C. S. advertisements depict the
tragic .of life of an individual whose
wages were lowered after taking their
1-ourse. 1 4
Colgate $ Company start a campaign
to encourage the growth of long, mas-
A11 inspired scientist succeeds in sink-
ing a cake of Ivory soap.
50 53 C95
'iLet me hold your handf3
She tshockedl: iiMy handlii
'iWhy, yes. I thought that would do
for a starter?7
5113 513 55
LETTERS OF A FRESHMAN
The fellows kid me a lot because my
name is Bed. There is a fine of 5 cents
for not making your bed. Iim saving
lots of money now, Dad, because every
time I make my bed I save a nickel. But
I forget to make it so often that the fel-
lo11s all call me ttOld N11ajo1 Bed? A
gill I stepped out with the other night
told me I sure liV1ed up to my name be-
1ause it V1 asnt a bit hard to go to sleep
with me a1101111d.Speaki11010f beds
thouOh I must saw that nearly eVerV
had around here is sure the bunk.
Say, Dad, I wish you would send me
a new wat1h for Xmas. I lost mine.
You see the other night I went fussing
and I just got comfortably seated on
the daVenport when he1 little brothe1
1ame in and seated l1imself. I offered
c.5111"? ii is
him a nickel, but he woulchrt take it.
Then I offered him a quarter and then
11 half, but he said he didn-t want it.
That made me kinda sore, and I says.
"Well, what do you want?" He says.
"I wanna watch."
Wiell, Dad, tell all the folks
and 1l1111At forget the 11'at11h.
Yours 'till liolft Burns.
A 15A LSE ALA RM
At last! Vengeance was mine. the
marauder of the midnight hours was
dead; yes, dead. There he lay. stark.
stiff, and still; eVen a little cold. His
heartis blood was still in his heart: why
should I soil my hands oVer this atro-
city? Yes, he is still dead, dead, dead.
Dead! Look, I killed him with these
hands! Horrors! The papers! I
killed him with these hands; look, they
shiver from the contact with his body.
Lord! The police, court, judge, lifee-
whiz-bangeajuryl They will condemn
me. Picture it, not me, picture it; I
will be condemned; I can hear the sen-
tence, cUkssault with attempt to kill?
The fools, I killed himekilled him
dead. No more will he be able to hold
me up to ridicule of the class. If I did
not know my lessons why should he
make such a hullaballoo. Ha, ha, ha!
he V1011t any more. Neither will I haVe
to stay up late at night to prepare the
filthy lessons. I think I will go and
take 011 some g110ce11ies.What?CWhat?
The police! I can hear the wagon. How
did they hear about it so quick? Listen
to the bell1 it celtainly is persistent.
Hu u- u- 1-111h? Oh, damn the alarm dock!
50 513 53
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VIany campus organizations aw1a1d
lOV 111g cups. but who Chas heard of them
011iVing these cups to those proficient in
53 $3 '53
First Frosh: 4TVIabel is studying anti-
Second Frosh: 4tDonit
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English department that marks all the
wrhat depends, upon what he marks
3i 5b 5:3
Bobby: "Does the stork that brings
the babies tome from the zoo?"
Mother: "I think so, doariv."
"He must hay? stopped at the monkey
rage for ours."
5p fr 6;-
Little Pat: "I cant play with you.
't'ause youIre a Jew."
7; 5A t?
"What do they t'itII rain in China?"
"I regret to state that my knowledge
of Chinese is Very limited. and that I
vaunot tell you. What tIU thvy raII rain
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IWVImt'II you get for your birthday?"
'WVPII, have you soon those new. long.
"hV'PII, I got a roIIor-skatt'."
1p 3p Fp
"Frank is a det'vitful wrett'hf.
"What makes you think that?"
"He pretended to IwIioyo me last
night when I was lying to him."
Kin 3p ff,
Greedy: "Waitvr. what have you in
IIH' way of a square mcal'fu'
Crock: "Bouillon t'UItPS. sugar. waf-
Ih-s. amI rayioIas."
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t-hiIdrt-n. Half of them wm'c I'my's.m--."
"Got out! I suppose the other om-
aud ourhalf wt-rc girls. whiff
"Oh. no! The other half Wt'rt' hoys
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dealers in many lines
of young merfs clothing,
hats, shoes and furnishv
ings. Our stocks are comv
plete and we endeavor to
give the moQ for the leaef
An absolute guarantee
goes With every article
sold and we cater particu-
larly to the college man.
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Peke-I hate dogs.
NeseWSh! Delft let anybody hear
you say that.
NeseWTheyql think you have no self-
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Friend-What a beautiful apartment
jeweler you have here. I suppose they must ask
quite a bit for rent.
Stude. teabsent mindedlyW - Yeh!
About six times last week.
335 THE WARNER CO., Jewelers ?'3
Pete: Where have you been ?
Joe: Watching the fish bowl.
Pete: Whatya meanthh bowl?
Joe: Didrftya see a hsh bowl?
THE WARNER CO., Jewelers FEE
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If you put ten dollars In the bank at
compound interest and leave it there for
FRE5N0,t3ALna ten years-
Yes, yes, go on.
It wonl do you much good.
WMary may be as pretty as a picturef
said Dumbdorak kid brother, Wbut, gee.
what a framew
T H E W A R N E R C 0., Jewelers F:
. . . . CATERING TO THE STUDENTS
Captaln: Men, the boat 15 smkmg!
Is there anyone here who can pray? OF FRESNO STATIC
Parson teagerlyl: I van. t y
Captain: All right, you pray; the COI'LLGE
rest of us will put on life belts. Therek
995 THE WARNER C0., Jewelers E?
Bootlegger: Whaf'll ya have? H W E
First: Two whiskies. arry O ee
Second: HI take the same.
.S'm'iely Brand Cloilzier
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Wl'm throwing a big: party." yelped
the small wrestler us he downed his
E3: THE WARNER CO., Jc'wclerx
He-W'ill you marry me?
SheWW'hutS xs'rong-ure you getting
tired of my company?
1027 FL'IJI'ON STREET
You Arc Cordially
Invited to Visit Hzc
uChic: Petite? Section
XVhCI'ein are Hpersonalityi, clothes. which
have been included in our stocks onh
after an exhaustive study Of the social
zmd practical requirements of Frcsnds
smartest Young EVomcn.
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Here you will find Charm"evlmisciwcrve
and vivid Youth in Garments which are
the highest expression of FZIShiUIl-H
Rightness and which are, truly typical of
our standards of quality.
3. You are always welcome in the ttChic
ttEver'y Woman wwgetitei, Section of the HStore Beautiful"
Myer Siegel $L C0.
FULTON AND TULARE STREETS
Helen must be a pretty wild girl.
Hubby was preparing to leave for his
annual outing. The Mrs. came running
.g. n. M
Sweetheart, may I go too?
Yes, he replied, go to!
E5: THE WARNER CO., Jewelers E
Her father said he can hardly keep
her in clothes.
Fr? THE WARNER CO., Jewelers E53
iiThe line is busy? recked the detec-
tive as he saw the co-eds doing their
This is some ichie town? he rrul ed
" p stuff.
as he saw a bunch of drunks at the
Station. Lg THE XVARNER CO., Jewelers E
535 THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
My brother hasnat had a job in five
lsnat very popular at home, eh?
Well, we call him the family idol.
THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
A little boy kissed
A maiden or two;
A little bOV kissede
What elseicould he d0 3 THE WARNER CO" Jewelers
When he tried to woo? 'iNow whoinhell is Art?7 he said.
A lawyer said, iisueih The note he read, then scratched hix.
A little boy kissed, head,
Then little boy blew. 'iI find my heart to art is wed?
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Sentimental SpinstereFor the past
ten years I have been advertising that a
lonely maiden seeks light and warmth
in her life, and at last I got a replyk
from the electric company!
THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
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the kid as he pointed out the head of his
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A L L W O O L
Trousers t0 the collegiate
cut With Twentyinch bot'
toms. Ground colors of
tan, taupe, gray, brown
and powder, traced With
striped patterns. These
prevshrunk flannels Will
Clean and wear unusually
t A- '.I rnme q- n!
1247 Fulton Street
The young couple tiptoed softly into
the darkened house. As they reaehed
the threshold, the femme whispered.
ttLook out for the rug. Dmft trip over
it."9 In a voice equally as low he ue-
knowledged her warning. 4Lead on."
he said. As they entered the living: room
she cautioned him once more to he eare.
ful. Deeply impressed. hut mueh in the
dark. he breathed. ttWhatis the matter.
are the folks home?" "Nobody home."
she blew. 'tTHEN WHAT THIC HELL
IS ALL THE SECRECY ABOIT. " h"
YELLED softly. "Oh that l-I have :1
terrible cold and am a little horse." she
THE WARNER CUM Jr'm'h'rx
ProhieCan you prove that the square
of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum Hi
the sides of this triangle?
Freshman-I dmft haw tu mine it:
I admit it.
THE WARNER CON Jvu'r'lwlx
Hug-elmt's get married. ole gal.
TzignuThatE all right. hut uhn un-
vou going to marry?
The descendant of Benedict Arnold
hmoded in his home, ttl must revenge
my family." he gritted through his
So he pondered. and thought. and
planned. "Eureka? he quoted, "I have
it." And sure he did.
He got himself a job in the post 0mm-
eam-elling.r stamps and--- stRevenge is
mine." he gloated as he punt'hed George
Washington in the fave.
'l' H Ii W A R N Ii R tIO.. Jewelers
Nun eDn you realize that it took
320.192.1297 vows tn supply the world
with shoe leather last year?
Filtl'i'YOu dmiit say! lsnit it wm-
derful how they ran train animals tn tin
sm-h remurkuhle things!
'I' H E W A H N Ii R 00., Jt-irvlrn
Prnzu-her Ito small negro Imyt : 'VtAre
you a sellout hwy?"
Small Buy: "Hell no. I'm a nigger."
T H E W A R N H R tIO., Jewelers
Whale: "JmmhF a good boy. I
hmught him up myself?
Wraava-hu W::::7.w whiz, ra-e- : - -
'2 t i415 x5. 1.1m? N m: to 1m? '
O "eh is a well known taut that people
CN 0 thlng :LIESJ lrll;'l 1111:1211 llht t 11:1 lilllljlti ylijymtlh:
their men'hamlise than any other
t'libS of buyers. hwuuse they only
look at yshut they pay. not all xyhut
:It is not vmmomy to sau'riht-v 20';
of ruulity to ohtuin a 3G sayinn' in
Where Price and Quality .1168!
Dick: ;4h'ly' girl won a loving 0111f, Dean: flack you are a drunkard:
Tionary: cctl'tl say she deserves itf7 youtre always drunk, your habits are
T I N tNEt I . fwtlii' ' g ' .
HF W Ah Uh h 0 t UMfH Jack: t But Dean, how can my habits
Lecture mei "MIR JOINS: W111 YOU he loose when I am always tight???
please awaken the gentleman on your
right??? " THIC WARNER CO., Jewelers :31
tt. :2 4W 1k 1' . ' 1 , ,
?Iy Jotnell IN N e um up; ym Judge: 4'What proof have you that
pu 11m 0 V eep. . Hastus hit you on the eye???
T H E WARNER tIO.. Jewelerx . . Samho: gtYo't honor, I got it down in
Visitor: gtRastus. are you sure there blile 311d b11197
are-no alliwators here in the river?" M
5, TH: 7: :1: I . "
Rastus: c'Boss. dat watah am as safe P W cht R t0 t Jeude's
as cap be caus, de7 sharks done chased Judge: ;;P1;isone1;, the jury finds you
dem gators awayl guilty."
22;: TH! WA NER c0. Imuxlers t7 Prisoner: 4tThafs all right. .udwe. I
. . k . . . t, , 11 r
4; . -. . 'now Our 1 e :1 -
Why Wlthe. how y e too nt HREm to ?e mftu
enced by what they say.
Village Gossip: .
did your father get hurt last night??t
lellle. ttDaddie'joined the K. K. K. f? THE W'AHNER CO., Jewelers
and last night he trled to take the sheets V . W
away from mama? king: 'th hat ho, the guardttz
.- stwzg". U2 '5
THE WARNER c0.. Jewelers ?va 21mm 511.8;the ?qdrdwhd
. loet hls umbrella, and 1t 18 ralmng.
Rude: I'Teachere petth King: gThen what ho, the mud-
Rudolph: ttNo. do they?7 guardt':
422;? 2 -. 13-4.: i , .g.;; 2' Law; :73: A z; 3; 22-, '::;: :22; ::3;v r: :
1152 Fulton St. Phone 1117
i'W'hatis all that noise upstairs. Ethol-
Thatis paw draggiu' his heavy uudor-
wear across the floor."
THE WARNER CO.. Jewelers F?
He: "What would you call a man
who would hide behind a womanis
She: '"A magician. l'd t'illl him."
THE WARNER CO.. JPIH'INS
Old Skiuflint: 6lien: boy whutis this
you were shouting? tGreut Swindle
60 Victims? I can see nothing about it
in this paper."
Newsboy: 'lGreut Swindlow-Ol Viv-
THE W'ARNER CO.. Jvzt't'lors 51'
Dum: ElCould l have this dum'e'r
Dora: g$Sir. how dare youlu'
Dum: l'l diduit want to dam-en r-l
wanted to see if you spoke English."
lll"m in love with the ocean.-7
Declared Miss Marjory Twit.
HAnd just to prove my devotion
I share all my meals with it?
T H E W A R N F. R CO . , Jvu-vlcrs
She: "lill kiss you om-P. but never
ask me again?
He: lllrinol That'll saw mo 21 lot of
TH E WARNER tIO.. Jt'll'vlors
She weighed lltl pounds without lwr
vlothes and comploxion.
THE WARNER COq chwlvrx
Drunk tin aquarium. chasing fisht:
"There never was and there newr will
Attendant: "Never was aml newr will
Drunk: "A fish with elbows."
Why Buy When
Clean Towels and Linens
lior tys'mity-four years WP have 1mm
in the same line of business in Fresno.
Vlauy Of our rustomors haw liet'u
sm-uriug all of their liucu from Us for at
period of many years. There is u rvason
for this. Fresno 'limwl Co. Servim- is
speedy. and it satisfies.
We are members of the Fromm Chum-
lwr of Conuuvrt-P. and are in lwurty
zu-cortl with all momnwnts Wllit'll hun-
for their ohjet't a bigger and lwttcr
Fresno Towel Company
R. N. W'ICKSTROM, Prop.
1 nu- .mw...m.mmw .nv'w'mu
7me 7E3ffiwmtfw'PENEJEW'WKE-:3 WWW
K? -;t a
A 7y ,oj'graii
1154 FULTON STREET
6b as iv
Agents for tho
FAMOUS FERRY FELTS
John B. Stetson
"Olill NlEXl' FOR THIS WEEK"
II'riNt'n fur tligml by Ilia! great guslrono-
Monday a m.: Mush hot. cold. and
cold burnt bread.
Monday noon: Beans.
Monday p. m.: Beau soup. Fried
Tuesday: lYes, all of it.! i
Wieduesday, Thursday. Friday and
Sunday: We have guests. They bring:
their own sundwit'hes.
Big change in dietfiwe llilVC flowers
on the table.
THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
Sergeant to t'olored sentry: l'If any-
thing moves, you shootf,
Sentry: lWas, suh, an9 if anything
Shoots, ah moves?
THE WARNER t10., ervln-s
Womenesomething we can neither
get along with nor without.
Two very pretty co-eds met on the
street and kissed each other, with two
young men watching the ceremony.
First: llThaUs another of those unfair
Second: llWhatas thatiw
First lpointing t0 the
llWomen doing menls world,
5'6 THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
If you plan on serenading,
If you plan pajam-parading,
If you plan on going walking,
Just to do a little talking
Where the sisters wonlt be gawkinge
FE THE WARNER CO., Jewelers 3?
Pass the butter gently, brother,
Pass it lightly through the aire-
In the corner of your left hand
You will lind a dark black hair.
Res. Phones 9051-We8632-W
Flowers for All Occasions
1147 Fulton Street Fresno, Calif.
Homan 56 C0.
Sporting .. Outing
MARIPOSA AND VAN NESS
C o r s a g e s
CopiPuH over there! You were go-
ing forty an hour.
SpeederAI wasnl making forty. nor
twenty, nor even ten: in fact when you
came up I was almost at a standstill.
Cop "I better hand you a ticket right
away or you will be hawking: into some-
T H E W A R N E H t10.. JCH'Clt rs
He ton phonei; Well, sweetie. do we
go to the movies tonight?
She lalsoino, darling. wo doxfl
have to, the folks are going.
T HE WARNER co, Jeu'vlvrs
Wfife, who is terribly mad: tVXre all
Husband, meekly: cWVo. some of
them are bat'helorsf7
T H E W A R N E R CO ., ,lmu'lrrs
Lips to lips,
Nose to nose,
Hang on to your watch
Or away she goes.
ttWere you afraid to ask your father
ttNo, I was calm and collected,7
$ 0'25 Q5
She: ttDid you ever eat any Mexican
He: ttNo, but I swallowed some
plaster of paris once by mistake?
Q: ttWhat color is best for a brideiw
A: 4tMatter of taste. Better get a
cWWhafS the matter with that brother
of yours over there? Is he blind? Why
he just ran into that tree?
ttNaw, he7s not blind. Hets just
planted his pin again. Hets not blind.
He just dontt give a damn?
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Fashionable Clothing Buy
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-the Best in the U. 8.
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1049 Van N655 Avenue
Opposite Court House Park
You Need Street
OW do you suppose the great
bulk of the people in your City
get about on their errands of
business and pleasure? You may go in
your automobile-but most people ride
in street cars!
Street cars are the links in the end-
less chain of transportation that binds
your community together for business.
social and industrial growth.
:2 CRide the Street 2
Nearly a half century of
service to Fresno and the
people of the Valley.
General Hardware - Plumbing 7 Paints
Tinning - Heating - Household Goods
lg 77 QMEKE 5:55
411,4ch57 HAPDWAPE STOCK XN CENTRAL CALIFOPIWA 71;
She tin swimmingti: 1.1.1" 21 little
He: ccIn what way???
She: 717m 99.447r pure and Heat?
1111: WARNER CO., Jewelers 1:
That,s a hell of a note;7 said the old
man as his son blew 0n the horn.
W THE WARNER CO., Jewelers F7.
He went to college for polish, but
came home on his vacations without
even a shine.
NS THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
iiAre those vampires, Mr. Gallagher?"
7N0, co-eds, M11. Sheanf,
iiWhat in hell, Mr. Gallagheriii
WFhe same, Mr. Sheanfi
1'? THE WARNER CO., Jewelers
Turk: 7Mustapha Kemal! Mustapha
Fraternity Man: Try caIrV'inO Dur-
ham and papers to break that habit.
71H feed the kittV, men it you did
raise it, said one 700 attendant to the
other as he started for the lion 5 cage.
5?: T H E W7 A R N E R CO., Jewelerx N?
Excited Passenger, as train stops:
7' 'What 8 the matter, conductorT,
Bored C011; 7 The new signalma11,up
in the box has red hair and we cant
get the engine to pass him?
53. THE WARNER CO., Jewelers EV,
He fell for her, she let him lay
His head was bowed and bloody,
For she was the star a movie queen,
And he an understudy.
l H E V A R N E R CO., Jewelers 7
Is a grand piano perfectly upright?
T H E VIA R N E R CO . , Jewelers
Doctor: WA little boy has arrived,
Absent-minded Prof.: 71f he came
after the laundry, tell him I havenit
Courtesybf Fresno Bee
CathOlic GirYs Home
Reigned Home for Business Girls
NonsCatholic Girls are also
welcome to use of club
. E w
Room and Board $7.75 a Week which Room and Board separate
includes all home privileges if desired
Address all mrv'csfxmdcnce to the Secretary at
1708 Fulton UT phone 557W
A lways the Newest in,
'The1e 2116 an awful lot of grids 11110
dont want to 0et married
H'ou do you k110119
"I've asked them 1 .7
I: THE WARNER CO.,
"Dorit you just low nights like
"No, sometimes I read."
THE WARNER 120.,
Pete: "Sz1y,11i11 you autogiaph this
photo fol me9
Pete: c'VVhy C1011t you know. 9 You
lay it do1s11 a1i1d run a Ford oxei it.
'71ut0g1121ph! What does
If: THE WARNER 110.,
Grace: "Jack, I want to see you bad?
Jack: "Just come over here and sit
THE WARNER C0.,
Be it ever so small
Thereis 110 place
Like a parking space.
"Dick was almost drowned last
"No. How come977
'The pillow slipped, the bed splead
and he fell into the sp1i11g. ,7
'15 Qt CS5
HE BURNED UP HIS MONEY
I dOIT my grey fedora
T0 Uncle Rodman Babbit;
He 5 smoked cigars for twenty y ars
And never got the habit.
Q1 Q1 155
A HINT TO STUDENTS
Pianist tafter close of c011cert1: "Do
you think anyone noticed that mistake
in my closing nu111ber99
Guest: "No, I believe they 11ere
unconscious by When
C93 135 Q1
Dapper: "Did you ever kiss a gi11
when she wasnt expectino it?"
Dan: "I doubt 1t 7,
'55 $ 521
She: "Do you ever play on the
He: "No, 1111 afraid Id fall 011.1
For hfty-three years we have
served the people of Fresno.
We carry only dependable
merchandise and Nalionally
Known Items of Merit. "If
it isn't good, we make it
good? Officers, Teachers,
and Members of the Faculty
are invited to open 21
. ' . One local merchant has been endeav-
Graduatlon suits oring to ,put a personal touch in his
-' sales letters. A few days ago one of
For the' College Man the fraternities received a letter headed:
$30.00 - $35.00 - $40.00 $33211. Mr. I
Some men are born for women. some
men achieve women. but may the gods
be merciful to the men who have women
thrust upon them.
"Jack's selling stocks and bonds nowf
gtWhy, he-s an 21g man. Must-u
learned a lot sim-e he did chores on :1
ttNo, he got his start right there."
"Learned all about wuteritf stocks"
0 . '
??t 513 3
Ben Epstem 8 Son , . t
, . ; "My soul 15 scorched. the young
man cried. as he drew his foot from
1930 Mariposa Street I the fire.
H 4r; em,
LIGHT MUSIC er Sure Bought the
She: .tSir, you must not see me any
He: ttShall I turn out the light?"
53 t9 6h
SWEET DREAMS ever been shown in FresnowVMlhheyte
Sambo: "81153 Ralstus. somethitf Here vanv- If YOU want to see some
funny happened to me tits. night." '
Rastus: "Dal so?"
Samho: "Yus. lets. night I dreamed and you will never leave our store
I was eatin. shredded wheat am- when I
WUkP up half my mattress mns gone.
;,. A U
to tr '3
Snappiest, Jazziest Shoes
for Young: Ladies and Cents that have
real shoe, styles come, in right away
without 21 pair.
Bone: "I am xsiuning hvr love slow
Head: "HUH-S that?"
Hone: "When I first met her. she
said she didnt like a thing about me. I x H x ,t
asked her for u kiss last night aunt sht- 5H4 HILM Al
said that she liked my nerve."
A 11851th Qi'likrlox Rehable Shoe CO.
thmun Dehutvr: Hateuhe oppml- A DH'WHHNI Sum; Smut:
tiou um' questlons to ask!
Masulline Opposnltm: "h tux IMH. VJS-ZV Ivun VVth Sequoia HuH'l Building
you am a date tonight!
: ,,m.sgzm-gfg tigz$i 55'
Williams 8 eMcAlister, Inc.
700 Van Ness Avenue
S? ,MMDU ,
Hill: ttWhatis the matter, you look
Bill: ill canit decide whether that
rookess I took to the dance last night
told me I danced like a zephyr or like
53 5D 53
EAT A PRUNE
A prune will knock a bunion; it will
stop your falling hair;
Its the milestone to happiness on the
road from grief and care;
It is wholesome, it is cheap,
It won,t perish, but will keep,
It will work, too, while you sleepa
Eat a prune.
Q $ eb
English Prof: ttHow would you
punctuate the following sentence: ll saw
21 boy and a girl going towards the river
with paddles and cushions? ,,
Eng. 101 Stude: itColon at the end,
?cause it says here in the book that one
should always use a colon when some-
thing is to follow?
He thought he liked her looks.
She was statuesque and fawn-eyed, as
she read the Atlantic and penned brisk
He took a seat opposite and over the
top of his Munsey prepared to fan her
with one of his mellowest moonbeam
glances, long and luxurious.
He was sure he liked her looks.
She gave him one.
He turned three shades of mustard
green, and then subsided into a pale
No, he was mistaken. He didnit like
Doc: ltYou will die of 1th on the
lung if you donit discontinue your pres-
Doc: ttChewing the rag.
s6What practice do you
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Special rates on
annual a success.
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1033 Fulton Street Fresno, Calif.
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The spring blossoms make a picture
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Our stock of Cameras is Complete. from
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Folding Kodaks, $50.00.
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The poor fish wants to know if the
Hodcarriers Local No. 63 will ever be-
i'ome a national.
T y. m
Wifey: "John. there is someone in
the pantry and live just made a pic."
Huhhy: "Well. itis all right with me
as long as he douit die in tho house."
G: 5 59
Numb: "What lunguzigt'
toothless old sheik use?"
Dumh: "Cum Arabic. i guess."
AP a? CD
We haw a freshman who always loses
his jewelry. His a habit whom he takes
a bath he always lmyvs a ring in tho
tio 1? 6?
Judge: "Did you or did you not
strike this woman?"
Landlord: "Your honor. i only
rmnzirkod that tho wall pzipvr in her
apartment horo finger prints."
Judge: "Two years for knoi-king her
THIS FROM BOSTON!
Lady: HHave you bean soup?"
Waiter: '"No, madame. liw always
boen a man?
Q '9 6'1
Fair Patient: "Oh. Dovtor. what do
you recommend for a tired. tuggod-out
Patient: "What kind of fish?"
Doctor: "Why. for you a vouplo oi
whales might lw about right to start
"Well. fish is u grout hrain
,iiii: "Dirk's 11
regular old Hill'
"What do you moan. ulmiys in
"No. hr vhurgvs oyvrythiug."
"Oi. Oi. dose punts tit lwuutifui. ain't
it?" . .
"Yes. but a triilv tight umlvr tht' arms.
don't you think?
WIDE RO'liTOMS. VCW
SHADES OI2 GRAYS.
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I013 Tl'lAHl-L S'i'm-zrrr
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Shoe Repairing C0.
1047 FULTON IHIONE 0002
Old Napoleon said there is no such
word as can't. Wonder if he ever tried
to strike a match on a cake of soup.
I; t I "r
She txnusinglyt: "I wonder how
many wret'ks there have been on this
He tmusingly tool : WM least 20 per
vent per season."
Him tout canoeingt: L'Can you
Her: c4N0, whyiw
Him: chell, IVe just dropped the
paddle in the water and wevre headed
for the dam?
She: 4:011, lave ripped my bathing
She: 44011 I- terribly!77
He tmasterfullth: ccJust go in a
little deeper while I get you my bath-
The engineers, they have tin ears,
They wear 01d socks and britches,
They pound on rocks and gouge out
Of dirt, just for the ditches.
The engineers, though young in years
D0111 often care for triHes;
They live installs, off catnip balls
And shoot fried eggs with Tiftes.
51H $ 55
Judge: t;A1ee you sure he was drunk?"
Minion of the law: CtWell, his wife
says he brought home a manhole cover
and tried to play it on the phonographf7
6?? 6b $
Sounds heard on the back porch.
tLNow you all look here, Ebonite, you
get too amorphus wif me an youse
gwine be aingtf,
We Pick Adler Collegians As
a Service to You
A Store for Men and Boys
2020 Tulare Street
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CAh-tiptts ,. A
Catering to the Hotel Clerk: g'Say. did you ever find
that Not to be used except in case of
fire placard those college boys stole
Graduatesa from the third flooriw
Bell-hop: hSure. They had it nailed
over the coal-hiu."
Graduation antI .Dam-e yItIrm-kseCOats. Ed; "I guess youiye been out with
Milhnery, htt'. worse looking fellows than I am.
MEYS DEPARTMENT 1N0 answergt
Ed: "I say, I oruess youiye been out
BTadey CIOCI'ICS with worse lookiifg fellows than I am.
Blue Flannel Coats IMVFITt YOU"? , .
AND Lo-ed: I heard you the first time.
I was just trying to thiukIIa
Sport Trousers e a 6:3
Purcltaseable 0,, Psi Eta Pi announced the pledging of
IICREUIT CLAIJLYIE Logan Berry and Lem N. Cream.
7 5:3 333 55
. First Gob: IIDid you over rent :1
Eastern Outfittmg C0. tuW y. .
Second Coh: "Yes, right across IIH'
909 FULTON 1939 KERN seat of tho trousers?
INo. sah! Ah douit like peaches. De
seeds done tickle mah throatIt-
n h ,
rp qr. rp
Hoom: Hey there! Dou-t spit on the
Mate: ,Smatter? Floorlvak?
rim 6; r p
Judge: Pat. you must remember that
when thix woman married you sho
phu-ed her fate in your IlillltIS.
Pat-Not on your Ioifv! She plaH-d
'vm agin my hark.
ii: 7,335.5 KKK 43:3; t
IxroshaWho is that man with the hig
pipe in his mouth?
Dittonh. that must he the Freshman
Smoker that wow Iwcu hearing so mm'h
.. 1 I WIhe Place where
Das Queen Mario is a ro-m git .
Shv makCS you H'azv. your brain it hI-he Best People
I tell her for a date. 5hr ask me "no" Trade H
I guess I stag it to movie show.
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reproductions to he found in the hook.
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