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GEORGE WINSLOW Sacramento, California. Civil Engineering. Varsity Football, Fall ' 21, ’22. Engineering Club, ' 22, ' 23. Dramatics, Spring ' 22. Rifle Team, ' 21, ’22. MILDRED JENKINS Sacramento, California. Letters and Science. Girls ' Athletics, ' 23. PAUL VOSS E lk Grove, California. Mining Engineering. Rifle Team, ' 21, ' 22. ISABELLE TAYLOR Sacramento, California. Letters and Science. Girls ' Athletics, ' 23. JAMES DONNEGAN Roseville, California. Mechanical Engineering. Athletic Trainer, ' 22, ' 23. Baseball, ' 23.
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THE PIONEER OF SACRAMENTO JUNIOR COLLEGE Sophomore Class History We, the Class of ’25, started on the paths of college life as Freshmen in the fall of 1921 at the Sacramento Junior College. Our class practically dominated the student body from the start, being so much larger than the upper classmen. For this reason we did not organize as a class but pledged our full support to the affairs of the student body. The year started with the organization of the student body and election of officers. Ruth Dodds as secretary, and Oscar Blumberg as treasurer, were elected from the Fresh¬ men class. The first note taken of our existence was at the Freshmen reception, where we were warmly welcomed by the upper-classmen. Despite their small numbers, they succeeded in making us feel like “Frosh” from the ground up; we, however, survived the ordeal and were well acquainted when it was over. Later the entire college was greeted by the faculty at a reception where we were received with a glad hand and hearty good wishes for our success throughout our college career. We next turned our attention to athletics, which we believed a great factor in building up and strengthening an institution. A football team was organized under the leadership of Jack Meyer (Frosh) and the able coaching of Mr. Norton. While we did not develop a powerful eleven, a good start was made in that direction. The college created some excitement with our unique concession in the Big S. H. S. circus. All will remember “Little Nemo” and popcorn balls. Mildred McFall, a member of our class, took the initiative in starting the “Jottings,” our college paper which has now been going two years. Mildred deserves much credit for the success of this paper, as she practically shoul¬ dered the full responsibility of the work. The crowning feature of the year was Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” which was staged at the Tuesday Club House. Besides being an entire financial success, this play proved one of the most successful amateur theatricals ever staged in Sacramento. Through the hard work of the cast and the co-operation of the student body, the play succeeded in bringing the Junior College to the public’s attention. Miss Maud Jones of the Sacra¬ mento High School faculty deserves a great deal of credit for her untiring efforts in directing the play and making it a success. Later in the spring the college was given a day off in order to establish the annual college picnic. Beach’s ranch on the Sacramento River was the scene of the event. Studies demanded most of our time during the remainder of the year, but we began making plans for a farewell dance to be given to the upper¬ classmen at the close of the year. This dance, together with the final exam¬ inations, closed a very successful year. 16
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