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Page 12 text:
Student JAMES ROBERTS President JAMES SAYES Men’s Vice-President GLORIA SCHENCK Women s Vice-President RALLY COMMITTEE First Row —Jim Sayes, Pen Page, Pete Smurr, Bill Rase. Second Row —Don Hanel, Harold Harris, Jr., Bob Simi. Third Row —Bob Wright, Eldon Bennett. BOOSTERS First Row —Jackie Rivolta, Gloria Schenk, Penny Fong, Billie Jeanne Wood- all, Flora Johnston. Second Row —Virginia Mooney, Jean Francis, Ruth Rippon, Ellen Moll, Colleen Nelson, Shirley Farber. Third Row —Helen Tummonds, Elva Mitchell, Pat Clifford, Shirley Berkley, Dolores Stroh, Loraine Hutchinson, Margaret Burnett.
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Offi icers MISS JEANNETTE MINARD MISS MARY STAFFORD We shall all miss the friendliness and help of Ed¬ ward I. Cook when he retires this year after serving ably as Dean of Activities for nineteen years. During those years Dean Cook has capably and good-natured¬ ly assisted and encouraged the hundreds of student leaders who have worked with him. He has always been ready to aid student activities in every way pos¬ sible. As dean of activities he will be greatly missed. But it is not alone as dean of activities that Mr. Cook will be missed. It will also be for his friendly kindliness as a teacher which has endeared him to the many students who enrolled at Sacramento College since he first became instructor in political science and economics in 1922, after serving as a captain in the American expeditionary forces from 1917 to 1920 and as a principal and superintendent of schools in South Dakota and Minnesota. We shall all miss you, Dean Cook. We are sorry we must say—Farewell and Good Luck! THE EDITOR Below MR. WHITTIER W. WALLACE MR. MICHAEL BRICKLEY Dean of Registration MR. RALPH WESTON MR. EDWARD I. COOK Dean of Extra-Curricular Activities
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Officials Sr mm BILLIE JEANNE WOODALL Women’s Vice-President JAMES TAMMEN President LANE ERNST Men’s Vice-President RALLY First Roto —Lane Ernst, Art Brown, George Sakata, Ted Luiz, Bob Erickson. Second Row —Kenny Tonnacher, Bob Stuart, Chub Bettels, Joe Lopez, Lou Ward. Third Row —Casper Wold, Leonard Barton, Bob Aikin, Bob Parsons, Ben Couberly. BOOSTERS First Row —Jean Hercules, Iola Mae Odgers, Jacklyn Berggren, Lorraine Nelson, Lettie Gilmore, Billie Jeanne Woodall, Connie Beloat, Gon Fong. Second Row —lean Rae Curran, Lavonne Leakos, Jean Lindemer, Scotty Irvine, Shirley Pearson, Lorraine Lawton. Third Row —Naomi Phelps, Pat Virga, Sally Chorich, Frances Leoni, Joyce Breech.
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