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The Senior Class
May • 1937
HE CI.ASS of '37 started its existence as a vital entity
of the University of San Francisco under the leadership of Jack Ferdon. The year's highlight was the "Fandango" with Dons and Doncttes dancing to tuneful Rhythms. In Forscnsics the Gavel furnished the usual high quality of Debating excellence. On the field soccer, tennis and golf held sway.
With option system prevailing, soph prexy Edward Moran staged a "soph drag" Sine Quod non. while the second-ycarmen ever consistent lost the "brawl" in which as freshmen they had been soundly trounced.
Bob Moore led the now mature juniors into the limelight of student endeavour, for on the platform Charles Scully took the Y.M.I. Oratorical Medal while classmate Edward Heavey was adjudged the best speaker of those in the McKinley Debate. It was at Devonshire that one and all beheld a "prom" the like of which never was witnessed before. Orders for "senior years" came thick and fast as the last days of the third came to a close.
Charles Scully was elected to lead the class of '37 in its final year which while it was part of many successes and accomplishments still suffered immeasurable loss by the deaths of Roy O'Farrell and Bob Moore, two who had Served most ably and most well until their fatal days. In the McKinley Debate again the honors went to the class of '37 with Charles Scully best speaker.
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Jack Horner Hill Muller John Hopkins Charles Scully Harry Clifford Frank Rovcre Jack O'Mara
Tom Casey George Glover Berch Dougherty Jack Clifford Harry McBride Owen Brady John Kelly
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
The executive committee is the supreme legislative and executive force of the Associated student body of the University of San Francisco. The Group has all those powers not expressly denied to it in the Constitution, granted to the students in 1928. The executive committee is the legislative hotly which runs all U.S.F. affairs.
The president of the associated students is the chairman of the Executive committee which holds its meetings weekly, every Tuesday at noon in the Fr. Scmcria Memorial Room. These meetings arc open to the members of the student body.
Membership consists in three representatives from each class and the officers of the student body. The head Yell-leader is a member of the group but has no vote in the proceedings of the committee.
The members arc the class presidents and two representatives elected by the students of various classes at elections held in the early part of the fall semester.
The Executive committee controls all student affairs, publications and has charge of all student funds.
Besides its legislative functions the group annually sponsors several social events. Visitors Day. President's Day. The Christmas Formal, the Freshman Reception and the annual High Jinks Dance following final examinations.
The Executive committee is directly responsible to the Dean of the college of liberal arts and the Faculty Committee.
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PAUL A AHERN Pre-lcgal; Soladitv i, 2, 3. 4; Fhomists -I; Basketball Manager 2. 3; Committees 3; Phil-historian Debating Society I
WALTER JAMES BANK Commerce.
GEORGE PETER BAGUETTO Unrestricted; Bio-Chemical Club.
ROBERT ALEXANDER BENSON Pre-lcgal; St Ives Law Club 4; Philhistorian Debating Society 4.
JOHN JOSEPH BRADY Unrestricted; Baseball 3. 4; Foghorn I, 2, Sports Editor 3. •I; Don 4.
JOSEPH I.F.O BROYER Unrestricted; Block Club 4; Glee Club 2. 3 President 4; Gdlcge Players 3. 4; Skull and Sledge 4; Committees 2. 3. 4; Yell Leader 3 Head Yell Lead-cr 4; Foghorn 4; Sodality 2. 3-
JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY Pre-incdical
LAWRENCE IGNATIUS BURKE Commerce; Glee Club t. 2, 3. 4; Thomists 4; Track 1.2
ROY F.. BUTLER Unrestricted; Don Quixote Club 4.
GENE FRANK CERVELLI Unrestricted; Football I. 2. 3. 4; Boxing 1, 2. 3. 4; BJ« k Club 4; Rugby 3; Secretary AS.U S.F 3.
DOUGLAS VINCENT CHISHOLM Commerce
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