Sacramento City College - Pioneer Yearbook (Sacramento, CA)

 - Class of 1944

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THE PDNY EXPRESS Rain or shine, the old Pony has galloped every Tuesday throughout the year now drawing to a close. During the fall semester Barbara Mayers was editor; Patricia Smith, her able assistant. This semester Barbara and Patricia have been co-editors. The staff (above) consisted of (left to right, standing): Barbara Mayers, Alda Leamon, Nola Van Harlingen, Elizabeth Niess, Anne Paris, and (left to right, seated) Jerry Lee, Pat Jerome, Veryl Beagle, Pat Smith. Not in the picture were Gloria Odlin and Henry Carder. The Pony is printed in the College Printshop, under the expert supervision of George T. Smisor, instructor in printing. Seen making up an issue of the paper (right) are: (left to right, standing): Ronald Warford, Barbara Mayers, and Arnold Rowell. Seated at the Intertype is Robert Frazier. Some of the stories and features in the Pony during the past year are recalled by the head¬ lines on the page to the right.

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s P ' r ,T lES WILL HT I I Tne Pony express Oin V 0 f ne n “ f Pol -£-! -- Hang on to you. V oAj ol. XXVIII Sacramento College. Sacramento (14), California, Wednerrl " ' ' •.o- W J(_really be m lu. i 0r$ - U . - . | pWlb, j A -c ; Bi 3 e oV ‘-r« Re No. 15 ars R that ultra-ultra production. The Como Amiga contribution u au ’ should be.good for a lot of laughs. and n Jerome 6 Sa oduction N S7 Afl Tpk Pl Freshmen Now Groveling For SJC Hell Week . rt says Imd they all veil written.” That 0 good—to know that bute stories, but the deadline up on them so—we’re , uut tilt: ucaumiH - n before fU ■■ Of ® aU the dead- 4 11 V However be the ••harge publication ABOUT 150 STUDEN GRADUATE JUNE 23 ltawmes nave oeciaeu school with a subscrj lar magazine r magazine _ WVJWf, 70 Speak Tot ' Women’ - QV ATTIC _ C% W s «.ne new deadline for s In Their Eyes”—it e in to Dr. Copeland by onday, June 12. Two Speakers Tell Of WAVES On Navy Day , .. iwi uio.sf ooys ana f about to («nter the While the.ai’ 1 time • Oi U »4 O’CONNOR, LEWIS .ovett to enter the Co private, and worked his w. unturo tl makers, among wl .. „„ k , Gl ’Dee-tail ' [ WILL SERVE AS HflcL I. ' - Ti;; ;,;r:,KEcVICE-PRESIDENTS M combat zone. ring of tne - J ’ thlI - Air Metlal Newmani In Fair O The biggest event on tne : ew j nsen SCA News Reopen it classes at SC GALA PIONEER DAY WILL BE HELD MAY MEN MAY START GROWING BEARDS MONDAY worth anything at all unless is a place to swim. tiice-uiui cou i .sc, a mu es will be open by ■ 0 »twccn the 1 m ' . ' Diyn ' i bold on the l T niver« ; . ' 9n 4f d 1 r Fo,S um me 7 5 3 All old students 41 should conic ■ . " O you see u... LI § as soo " .. tor little repie m " ” students ofii- . ■ POSTURE SHOV£ FOR ASSEMr ATENTia How is your pl rc? Will be one of those picked 1 physical fitness t sent your cla r show? S C .. lor 1 students u.ie week of Ju -cgistcring for .. now going All stu - V Q c A 8l l l StolUr? — :V e5 i sign • ui • nation week. ■Jt Office to regis ration hook, and t dor. Almost 4,500 People Attend SJC Art Ball m tuui, Moloney ♦ SJC PANTHERS ' 4 UNDER FIRE i V -I ' ostur Friday .oerable for unive“ oc they certainly will count to ? — ' graduation from SC. md be ion •ckked to e annual Clubs fornia home lected province the state. f arv, at- bia yd Jack ;KUISE ' THEME .• A IOTA CHI DANCE uribhean Cruise” will lie the " neme of the Sigma Iota Chi annual ‘I nner dance Friday evening in the El l-atv ho. It will lie a closed affair . nool. Old under general direction of the sor¬ ter their com- orily officials, headed by Margie Allen. dui-Mg that period. president.

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