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Left to right: Mr. Jacob Rubel, Dr. M. Evan Morgan, Mrs. ,lean Leslie Cornell, Mrs. Ernest Blenkliorn, Dr.
W'illiam Briscoe, Dr. Everett D. Boynton, Mr. Richard Candy, Dr. Cyril J. Gail, Mr. Harry Williaurxis, Mrs. Vinson,
and Mr. Arthur Erickson.
This 1931 issue presents, first, a record of the year now completed, and second, on the di-
vision pages what we are most proud of-the buildings on the new campus, some completed,
some under construction, and some still in the planning process.
Throughout the history of the college, men have been striving to achieve the goal of enabling
the matriculation of Santa Monica City College students on a new campus. ln the fall of 1950,
an untiring school board saw the attainment of its goal when the people of Santa Monica
passed the decisive school bond issue, assuring immediate construction of the new buildings. The
members of this hardworking board are: Mrs. Ernest Blenkhorn, president, Mr. Jacob Rubel,
Mrs. ,lean Leslie Cornett, Dr. Cyril J. Gail, Mr. Harry T. Williarris, Mr. Richard K. Candy
and Mr. :Xrthur Erickson, with Dr. Vtfilliam S. Briscoe as superintendent.
Prior to this, Mr. Emil O. Toews was largely responsible for the improvement of the new
grounds which were purchased in 1940 through the tireless efforts of an earlier school board.
This board was headed by Mr. Harry W. Strangman, and members consisted of Mr. Ellet E.
Harding, Mrs. ll. W. Wictum, Mr. George C. Bundy, and Dr. Cyril ,l. Cail, with Mr. Percy R.
Davis, then superintendent of schools.
The early planning of Dr. Ralph ll. Bush, director of the college from 1929 to 1938, was
brought to a successful fruition largely under the competent guidance of his successor to the
directorship, and later president, Dr. Elmer C. Sandmeyer.
Now, as we the students and faculty of Santa Monica City College look forward to life on
our new campus, we offer as an indication of our gratitude to the planners, founders, and the
builders, the dedication of this, the 1951 edition of the SPlNDRlFT.
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