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STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS are, left to right: George Rentfro, Clement, Jr. Class Representative; John McLaughlin ASB treasurer, Sr. Class President; Jackie Lampher, Sr. Class Representative; and Cameron Stewart, Graduate Class Representative. Extreme Larry, Cook, Jr. Class President; Doug Dyer, ASB President; Jack left is Dean Ludwig Spolyar, advisor. Operating at high speed was the chinery of student government, the student council. The wheels were set in motion early last fall with the approval of the revised A.S. Constitution in a general election, tically creating four new voting seats on council: two junior class representatives, a senior class representative and a sentative of the graduate class. Priscilla Chaney, Barbara Rees and Jack Clements served as junior representatives, Jackie Lampher and Cameron Stewartwere elected to senior and graduate atives seats. A major change-over in power came when Joe Clayes, ASB president, resigned his post because of ill health. Doug Dyer picked up the president ' s gavel vacating his position as ASB vice-president, later filled by Clyde Morris. In addition four new commissioner posts were created bringing the total to nine. Barbara Bower Art Dalkarin ASB Corresponding Secretary Presidential Assistant
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Joe Clay es Fall ASB President Doug Dyer Spring ASB Presider Clyde Morris Vice President Sharon Jester Secretary John McLaughlin Treasurer COMMISSIONERS for the 1961-62 year are, left to Paul Sandoval Commissioi of Athletics, and John right: Ken Coltrin, Commissioner of assemblies and McKay, Commissioner of organizations. forums; Clyde Norris, Commissioner of publications; OTHER COMMISSIONERS are, left to right: Virginia Bill Kolb, Commissioner of Rallies and Sally Turner Naylor, Commissioner of Community Relations: Commissioner of Special Events.
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Oh, how I hate you! " I ' ll challenge her to a duel " curtain going up Drama Hits Tap Drama at Orance County State College achieved remarkable heights this year with a variety of excellent presentations featured by the comedy, " The Man Who Came To Din- ner " offered in January. The year started with the Experimental Theatre ' s presentation of five one act plays in November. At the time, Dr. James Young, associate professor of drama and director, said that while Room 701, the current OCSC theatre, did have some disadvantages with the small stage limiting Jction, there were a few advantages, too. For one, the felt more involved in the action of the The five one-act plays and their directors were " Visit To A Small " Mike Cole; " Suppressed Desires, " Bacon; " A Long Christmas Dinner, " Robin Bryant; " In The Zone, " Stewart Rogers; and " Helena ' s Elopement, " Jim Gardiner. " The Man Who Came To Dinner " ed a delightful evening for students and staff " I was superb... " Fall play action
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