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ass Chairmen: Katherine Farrow, sem-
ter, and Ruth Rumiano, second semester,
"W7e are, we are, we are, We are the jolly Sophomoresu
was sung with great gusto this year by the class of 1957
as our S.P.S.S. QSociety for the Prevention of Sophomore
Slumpj went diligently about its Work. After searching
high and low for the Freshman Cap, We discovered it
early in the afternoon: the celebration-tooting of horns
must have been heard all over the Bay Area. The Pushball
Game with the frosh was a Hght to the finish, and the antics
that Went on in the Student Union at a party given by the
sophs Wonyt be forgotten for a long time! In March, our
Sophomore Week - a smashing success - led up to the
Intercollegiate Hop, and we gave the June picnic for the
seniors. Now, looking back, We find it will be mighty dif-
ficult to forget our jolly days together as sophomores!
First Senlesfer GI7U01'1l'ill-g Board: F irst row, Ican Mann, Second SC7llGSf'Ul'GOU6l'Ili1lg Board: First row, Tish Thore-
Iudy I-Iultmang second row, Nancy Franz, Kit F arrow, Pat son, Ruth Rumiano, Marcia Mozara. Second row, Elaine
Taylorg fhircl row, Toni Putnam, Roxanna Chew. Golclenberg, Irene Jones, Ginnie Ward.
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lass Clmirmen: Linda Denny, First Semester,
md Pat Sun, Second Semester.
First Semester Governing Board mem-
bers: First row, Linda Denny, Sharon
Heaton. Second row, Marcia Sackett,
judy Ireland, Kay Gordon, Sumile Mat-
sumoto, Sallie Grady.
Second Semester Governing Board
members: First row, Sue McClelland,
Clara WVellington, Marcia Sackett, Mar-
ilyn Hudson. Second row, Pat Sum,
Nancy Adams, Nancy Gilbert.
The upperclassman life begins . . . Although antics at the
beginning of the year didn't make the udignityv of the new
status too obvious: spooffing modern fashions at Pine Top,
developing soaked and squeaky shoes on Paint Night
scares, cheering the frosh at the Pushball Game, and hawk-
ing enamel earrings for the Prom benefit.
Pin Dinner and the feeling of unity that boosted to suc-
cess Thurber's U13 Clocksu - our Iunior Show - were
followed by a rush of upperclass traditions. WVeaving the
Daisy Ring took up some early hours before the Iunior-
Senior Breakfast, and we'll recall the thrill of planning
the Prom. There should be more than one year left!
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This has been a busy freshman year full of activities, Hu-
manities papers, new friends, gab sessions at all hours, the
turmoil over the English short story, the early morning
rush to the P.O., and the boisterous singing of '1Evaloo."
There were zippers, welcoming smiles, Installation and
the pride we felt in lighting our candles as we became
real members of the Mills family, frantic Sophomores
searching during the Cap Hunt, and a Freshman victory in
the Push Ball Game. Freshman projects included car-
Washing for WUS and the Spring Weekend Barn Dance.
The Freshman Class has many lasting memories.
Class Chairmen: Sally XVillets, second sem-
ester, and Nancy Gilbert, orientation head
First Semester Gooerning Board: First row, Frances Ka- Second Semester Governing Board: First row, Kay Harper
gawa, Sally Yllilletts, Shirley MacAulay, Nancy Gilbertg Sally WX-'illetts, Sally Litzcrg second row, Liggett McLaws
second row, Brigid Ways, Sue Munk, Barbara Sweetland. Anne Sheridan, Sue Doehring.
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