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SUPREME COURT Bob Simi Lucien Meyers SENATE Front Row: Dorothy Cunningham, Pat McNeely, Barbara Oleson, Marjorie Hagus, Iola Odgers, Maxine Alexson, Catherine Knittle, Virginia Babcock, Gloria Odlin, Norma Cheek, Kathleen Barr, Pat Ballantyne. Middle Row: Rosemary Sawtelle, Albert Coons, Boyd Williamson, Ernie Simons, Bill Basich, Charles Welch, Charles McDonald, Bob Larson, Betty Jo Arnold, Barbara Jean Simas. Back Row: Joe Sands, Douglas Bell, Harris, Bob Ramsey, James Burch. FALL CABINET Front Row: Jerry Lee, Gloria Odlin, Mary Didion. Back Row: Fred Weller, Marshall Harbinson, Don Veihmeyer. Page Twelve
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS These are the student officers who are respons¬ ible for one of the most active and successful semes¬ ters the student- body of Sacra¬ mento College re¬ members. They are the people who did most to revive that intangible thing called school spirit ' which is so important in mak¬ ing a success of student govern¬ ment and activi¬ ties. Mary Didion, who was elected to the office of Wo¬ men ' s Vice-Presi¬ dent, deserves a great deal of cred¬ it for the role she played in student government. In the middle of the se¬ mester, both the President, James K avouris, and the Men ' s Vice-Presi¬ dent, Jack Puffin- barger, resigned, and Mary finished the semester as acting president. The former Men ' s Vice - President, Puffinbarger, act¬ ed as Activities Chairman for the remainder of the semester. MARY DIDION JIM KAVOURIS JACK PUFFENBARGER Page Eleven
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The Senate is one of the most important organizations in any student government. It is this body which determines the laws which rule the student association, and adds or eliminates the laws as its members see fit. No student government can function successfully unless it has a good Senate, and we have been very fortunate in the discretion the students have shown in the choice of Senators. The Senate is composed of a certain number of students from each pre¬ cinct, and some of their terms are for a semester, and some for a year. Senators must maintain a C average in their classes, and must be passing in at least 10 units. SPRING CABINET Mary Didion, Jerry Lee, Bob Simi, Forrest McCormick, Bruce Brown Page Thirteen
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