1 Postoffice Installs N e w System ;;; In a furtherjt t o r i to protect (31 itiidento ftiom >*tol4n day Ṡtudents must now produce Identification before obtaining their checko. Student body carda can be used and are marked after identification. The alowneaa of thii procedure ii out-weighed by the additional protection that it affords, McMillan aaid. He stated that several checlu have been reported as stolen under the bid ayatem. The owners' boxes have been checked by experts and can t be opened without the combinations. In way of warning, he said, "Don t loan your student body card to someone who might take advantage of the situation/ FFA Invading Campus For Annual Contests More than 600 Future Farmers of America members from very part of California will throng the Cal Poly campua to* morrow to give the college the second big week-end of activities In a row. The high school vocationsl agriculture boys will be here for their, annual state-wide judging contests. Tomorrow's itau finals, which havoy Won preceded by preliminary elimination contests in the varlou* counties earlier this year, will iwlnc Into action at B a.m The local chapter of the Collegi* eta FFA, under direction of General Contest Chairman John 0. Schaub, is handling the necessary proparationa for the many contests a d tabulating duties, In the past, Utii svont has served to provide aadet agriculture teachers and pro inactive vocational agriculture Instructors the opportunity to gain experience In supervision of nigh school students under actual contest conditions. ISO Teams An estimated 180 judging teams of three boys each will be under direction of members of the oollegiat# chapter. The annual Judging contests will be in general livestock (beef, sheep and swine) dairy cattle, milk, poultry, farih mechanics, agronomy and trees. Tama winning in the Arat four contests will be eligible to compete In the national Future Farmer contests next October, at Waterloo, Is., and at Kansas City, Mo. A oorps of agrlcutural experts from throughout California will assist Cal roly faculty as official Judges. Dairy Rxperta Dairy specialists include Hugh Richards, California Jersey Cattle stub, Modestoi D. T. Raioheldor. xtamion division, University of California, Rerkoloyi Howard UsUh^ Tularel and Clarense Rood, Herbert Bundonson, Petaluma, will assist in the poultry contest. Agronomy aaparta Include Dr, R. f, Knowles and Dr, PraneU L, m m o l agronomy division, Davis; and Curtis Berryman, Ban Lula Obispo aesatv farm advisor Tree Judg»» includa, Dr. Dillon S Brown end Dr. Richard W. Harris, both from Dsvisi and Basil B. Denbigh, stats bureau of agricultural education, I.OI Angel,>«Team winners receive trophies and ribbons, while Individual winsere gat medela and ribbons. Judglag takes place In the morning with ths exception of the milk contact which begins at noon. During tho afternoon whllo tabulation of rosult (Continued on Pago I) Poly Barbeque Chef In Motor Accident Kd Biagginl. Poly Royal barbs- Jp* chef, and Clifford Lotartl, Poly freshman student, were Involved in J motorcycle.truck acoident Saturday, three miles south of Morro way on highway 1. Lctsrti was following bahlnd la northbound pickup truck, driven *r Biagginl, The accident occurred *ban the truck Biagginl wae drlv- ** blew a rear tire and swerved mto the path of an oncoming motoro la, according to tha California Highway patrol Miss Audrey Bcott/19, of Peas- * n*. wae killed when ahe was O w n from ths motorcyd# on which she was riding with har Other-In-law, Jack Huffman, Into Jtartl's oar. Huffman, 72 waa Itleally Injured In the acoident nd waa taken to the French hoe* Vital. BI a g g n i, prominent county 2Jt«hcr, was slightly injured, re* brulass when his truck wned completely over after hit- R* the motorcycle. Bowman Suggsm Election Chang* Offered To SAC A motion to movt tho annual student body olootions to a data some five weeks earlier In ths Spring quarter will be presented at ths SAC meeting nest Tuesday night, Student Body President Bob Bowman itated today. Ths reason for this, Bowman said, ia to give tho Incoming officer* moro time to bocoms acquainted with their Job. The student body officers under Jhe present conditions are sleeted during the seventh weak of the Spring quarter. If the new motion pssesa RAC, the officers will ba-alected ths Arif* or second week of the Bprtng quarter next year. Bowman has stated that he fsele the propoeed motion has real merit. "Under the present lystem, saye Bowman, "the preeident-eleet has but a few weexa to become acquainted with hia.various'jobs. This oausss muchmrnfuslon at the beginning of every fall quarter which could easily be avoided by electing the officers at an earliar date." Dairymen Explain -Major Contest A S w r A a s oontest takes pjaae seat.thursday at tha dairy bare, 'Waalla Combe, eon tost eairman, said today. Itudtnta from all fcaartomata of tho eellege are'invited to enter the contest, ha added. Contestants will be divided late two division., depending upon a*- pertenee. Loa Uoheros, Dairy stub, It spontoring awards for winners ef the senior division. Bob Roum uiore. senior dairy student,!s Jonating a trophy for high man In the junior* division. it classes of dairy cattle will he judged by entrenis, Comprising the sia classes will bo a cow and a hslfar from three major breed- of dairy cattle Placement reaeona will oe givan en each class. - Official Judge* are Vard Shen ard, dsan of sgrlcultursi Oeorge Drumm. dairy dsnnrtmant. h#ad and Lyls Hoyt, animal husband^ Instructor. Report Shows Poly Hem Again.Lead Competition Cal Poly s studsnt-owned pen of 98 white leghorns ranked Aret In net Income Tor the second sueres dvr monthr a-corrilng to, a report from the Tenth Callforn a Official Egg Laying contest at Modesto. The 2d birds laid a total of 908 eggs during March for an income over feed cost for ft Fourteen of ths birds In the Poly pen laid 8 or more eggs for a month, and pas cant of all eggs laid b»' tha pan ware Isrgs grade A or betier, The March report Is the sixth month o f the JomnetUJon which includes pens of all breeds from 84 poultry breeders from all parts of the United Btates, Canada end Hawaii. C A L IF O R N IA. I T A t t PO LYT1CH N IC C O L L S O I + VOL NO. 24 SAN LUIS OllirO, CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, MAY 9, ,0 0 0 Spectators Engulf School For 'Country Fa ir' With 18th Annual Poly Royal Just another page in ths green and gold history books, latest Aguras indicate a record-breaking crowd of soma 18,000 Jammed avary entrance to tho Country Fair on a College Campus" last weekend. "Tha biggest and bast yet," was ths comment heard everywhere as tha greatest numbsr of ueopl* aver to convene In Inn Lula Obispo paoked tha local campus. Department exhibits sneountered crowds far axossding their pinna, ing ths priaa for bast engineering Sapartment exhibit. The architects wars alao in ohargs of decorating tha Camp Inn Lula Obispo ermory for the Coronation ball. Fine Weather Even tha weather held true to the promises of Poly Roysl Superintendent Dava Itrstneam, ns ths Ant sunshine of tha weak bant down down on tho locsl campus, adding the Anal toueh to Quean Lola Butoher'a two-day ralgn. Tha weekend festivities saw Coach Bob Mott s Mustangs hast their Poly Royal record intact with a B-l win over the University of Son Francisco Donsi Tom Andre, captain of Cal Poly s rodeo tsam, take top rodeo honors and win ths bslt buckle for the best all-around oowboy; Santa Ana JC steal the Second Annual Poly Royal relays from under ths nosas of unsuspecting experts: ami a golden-haired queen win the loyal support and hearts of her followers with ths statement, "I'm nervous." Contest Winners Winners of two of the most popular Poly Royal contest* sponsored by the agricultural engineering department, the traotor driving and nail driving conteata, ware ae followei Tractor driving: Charles Gay, Lob Angelee, Aret; Vick Tormla, second) Marvin Ormonde, third) Hill Jteddlck, Ian IT o ll Obispo, fourth: Don Siloed, Ceyucoe, Afth John Pony, Morro Ray, ai«th Ken Reek, Santa MargariU, O. K t^ t<,nun[nh!hl Nail driving: 'l l! ladle* entered the nail driving contest. First four places went to Mamie R, fouaa, Morro Rayi Mre. John Dunbar, S H b, rv J 2 s F t / i S Oblepo., Eleven Colleges Form Press Conference Here Ono-hundrod California collagolote publication! mam bora and thnir nuporvinori, rapraaantlns 11 Padflc coaat ooilofoo, convono on tha campua today and tomorrow for tha first annual California Intorcollngiato Praia conforonco. Tho moating officially oponi with a banquot tonight, with Larry Ft - man, president of tha California Newspaper Publlehere association, presenting tha opening addvoes. P L Purchait Dtadlina Final deadline far purchase under PL 18 and PL 141 Data- Ins under these lawa will net ha of II Corral Book etero, annfiimssd (ndau K u i u t s l u l l. RBWMIHRB WRRfl RffwlNMPHiNV^wWRSR* lag under thane lawa will net be able to have tka Vatarana ad* ministration pay far baaka and supplies purchased after tl)la data. Dust E a to n Enter C lo vli Rodeo Ring, Memberx of the rodeo team left an Lula Oblepo today to eompeto with six other western collages In tho first annual Praine State sal* lege Intercollegiate rodeo at Clovis, four miles northeast of Frasno Haturday and Sunday aftarndons. Nina riders and ropers aix regular contestants and three alternate! will comprise tho team. Captain Tom Andro, Lam Boughner, Don Kooetor, Ray Hleelnganta, Manfred Hamiere and Walt Money will be scheduled contestant*, while Danny Rogers, Bill Clark and George Cox will serve aa alternates. Faculty Advisor Robert Millar and Bobby Doner, team manager, will also travel with the team, lix events era carded far the J 'reano show bull riding, eaddl# rone riding, bareback riding, oalf raping, team roping and bulldogfins- Other aeheele Jo compote aret S raano State eellege. Pierce JC, avia, Washington flute eellaso, Arisons SUW collage and tha University of Arisons. Balt buckles will be awarded wlanars in oaak event, M i the man winning all-around eawbay honors will be peaaawtad a eaddio. Number Flaota,,, Olga Martmton, Col Poly't (Witchbcxjrd oocrntof and ambaitador of good will, receive* moral support from feltphon* installation employee* a*»h«chntfgn* the new automatic diol ytterrv W ithal capacity of 250 phone*, 115 are now being uted on compu* New compu* directorie* hove been dutnbufed, containing instruction* for placing local, outtide and long dittonce coll* (ptime br Km ntsuusi * n», a r S L f s * Hometown Praaa in an Atom World." Pro-convention ragiatra* Hon Includes dalagntcs from Los manto, Ban Francisco steta colby aonvantlon tima. Delegates representing every action of the state w flf be welcomed to California Htats Polyning chairman of tha praaa conference Beside* Freeman'* main address, tha program will Include a welcome by Student Body Free!- muetanl entertainment fostering tha Cat Poly Polynoalana. Attending from tha California State Polytechnic college publications and public relatione depart- Kenneth*1f t i n f i x and John Healy, faculty member*. Kltch, head of the newly organised ag journalism department, will act aa chairman for tha two-day convention. Principal conference Job will bo founding of the California Inter eollegiate Press association and discussion of this yaar'e college publications problem. Round table discussions will be held for yenrbook manager and publicity and public relations director* Delegate* will be gueate at tha CCA A track Anal* Saturday afternoon. The. lonforoaoo wffl clean with an Informal dinner and enter- S H O T P u m u Wm.foll noom A l l i g i S f t r l W# iidanfa fitsnnlfi# tea ondstmi s t f t c H E S W j ^ ^ t M e n ^ i i t h j n e r i t * * ^ ^ ^ Http Iff Sm kt, t o N$ F in ; Miw Truck to tfr u lultlith0 With siren* screaming and angina rearing, members <4 Cal Poly's fire department and President Julian j^m epkeo, initiated tha new fire truck yesterday Nswaat addition to tha earnpue firs department, It will employ the latest type of fir# fighting procedure with the use of fag generating equipment., The truck ii an International KB* and, according to Ernest A. Stainer, security officer, Is capable of pumping 780 gallons of water per minute at Ilw» pound* pressure. Its pump also has a triple stage, capable of delivering 100 gallons per minute nt 800 pounds pressure, S EN IO R C O R N E R thesis bills must be in the' Book sure by May 19, or the Vat- «rani admtnfitrstfog will no* pay hem, Ruth Corley, of El Corral Room e'orc, announced today, Graduation too* o f 8 are new being charged. Deadline fer pay* >n#nt waa April 34, so a penalty if has now bren added. Sen loro who have not made out a aap and gown card, should do so Ironedlately, Mre. Corley added, Senior Activity card* art now >n sole by representatives of each leperim nt and at the Student Body office, Cards will be oa sale intll next Tuesday. The voluaw 1 sales will be the doterminlap factor in outlining eoniar warn activities.
2 PAGE TWO Photographer Bush Receives 2 Awards William E. Buih, phyilc* In- tructor and wldaly-known r Coait photographer. ha* raci notice of two additional pi graph* honor*. The Baattla Photographic Sociaty ha* announcad that hi* print, Old Window," i«ona of tan honor printa aalaetad for tha Baattla Art Munaum'a permanent collection from 818 photo* exhibited In tha jjifti) Baattla Intarnatlonal exhl- Camara Magaalna haa aalaetad Buah'a print, Stairway," from 1PB0 Philadelphia Baton entrlei a* winnar of it* For Outatandlng Excallanca award, Btalrway will aoon ba publiahad in tha magaalna, which ha* Intarnatlonal circulation T a l i F*hat contrbut*ng author to tha flrat voluma of a newly publiahad aariaa of textboolu prepared aa a record of tha reaekrch work don* undar tha Manhattan Project and tha Atomic Energy comm Ha*Ta tha author o f two of tha i* raaaai... alat at tha UC Radiation labor* tory, a part of tha Manhattan Project from Jtl Jnly, 1941, until June, 1941* Btiah earn* hare from San Franaiao where ha waa a photography instructor at City college and (irominant aa a aalon photographer n hla own _ right. Ha haa been active in... tha...san Cal Poly, Lula Oblapo and almlli almllar camera oluba ainca moving ha are. r RANELL'S CAf E CoislifMf/jf food food Navi Yov Triad Oar 5k Special Paly Plata S M I Special (Served A N Dap) 1090 M O N T I R I Y S T. Cpaa <i00 AJA to 1040 tm. : R O O M! : M*>l««* Dolly I 45 PM Stortiag at I PM A M A i - a J TvW&J VfVriay 7. " O U T R I D I R S ". M MrCroa Arton* Dahl 4ya Jay o tstfi osbaay "Thraa Came Hama" Cloudotte Colbert tboflommil Oa* _ **A Cun wawfmaagv ov> < wtiw isb. Mcfiacc tterftae at I 9M. Weak Jar Ironing* at 7 ftidjat, /V J».. fiaay w ftis ra ay 'T h a Sundowner*" "Trapped ' tah* a nr. Jar "Slope F rlfh t" EL MUSTANG FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Spring Quarter Friday, May 26, through Friday Noon, Jun«2 AH coursn will havo 2-hour finals oxcopt where indicated. i AI 2S 2!! Conraaa '< 0*1 R**h 111 Aa Mwhanl** 111 Aa ItMhaniu m in in in 14! Ill Ml III IN 111 Farm Aurvtylne Applied Firm lurvoy a Farm Meehlnary Farm M*«hln*ry Farm Traitor* Farm Oarpontrr Irriaitlan Farm fowar Adv Aa Baa'a * F**Jln«t A^Fradlna ei *t ahwp AM Ml Math* ewtao 18 DM 8 DM DM K 114 Animal Broodlaa IM Boot Husbandry of Bon* Frod IM Llvmto*l Ik Judaln* 4M Animal Nutrition IM Dairp Oattl* Judala* II* 0*a Doin' Hu.dandr* IM Vkt at Brood* A Podlarom 111 Im Croon Moklna i f f Dtlrr Prod Judatna Ml Croanwry Monaamont IM Or*am*nr Rooord* ft For*at Or**o II F*raa* Crop* IM BoAmplag IM Nut Crop* M0 Orn Fruit Produatloo IM Onhard Maaagomoat IM Warm A*a*on Trook One* Ml On Truok On IM Plant Propagation Ml inparkan Bnm Flaantag IM Orwnhonta Dm A Mgmt oaltry Foodlaa ltry Inauhatlw ltry FI Maat ae m i-41 ami* 1 foil T**knolo«y 81 Raaa* A Pa*tur# _ IM M l A Wator On* I 411 M l Ohm I* try Aaatmy A Fhp* Aalaml ParUltology Section... Immmm Bill* Bankoff Hvmund Ail Alt WF TTk T TTk II TThi I MWF 1 MWF II MWF I MWF I MWF 1 TTk I TTk 1 11 A m Bnala* Coat Praot ^ Alrtraft Corwin* A Fla Aroodrnaml, Atroratt Itr a ll Adv Th *1 A m Brown's Music Store P IA N O S Orcheitre end Initrumenti Bend Complete Line of Record! 'I w f t U n t l i n k e r Higuere St. u _ mwf 1 MWF I TTh* I Tima F (May M) 4 W W a i M It P f i a p U M) 4 May M) VF (Jua* ) 1* Plaea PETTENGERS to* # Hamburgers # Shakes # Soft Drinks wlest In Town" 1240 M eefeiey St. Bn* Aud Bn* Aud Bn«Aud OR 14 on ii Kna Aud Bna Aud OR It Bna Aud OR I L No 1 l. No 1 L N* 1 L No 1 L No 1 OK OH OK OB 14 OB 14-A OB 14-A OB 14-A CU O OU X Couraee Saatlan Tima Am lit Am Bt of Matwlal* Am 411 Am lira* Anoint* Am 411 Arwdynamlm. 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FRIDAY, MAY 6,1950 f (May M) I F (May II) I M I F (Juno I) I F (May ll) 4 Th lotl M I H 4 I F (Juno I) It W 10 F (May M) I F (May M) It 4-1 M I W 10 n ' F (Jun* I) II F (May II) I M 10 F (May II) I I (Jun* I) I? (Jun* I) I A 11 W 11 r (Jun* I) W l l c M 1-4 M t (Ju n. I ) I I F (Jun* I) II ii(may (May t 'V ay II) U w t C lau IM O w loology U S \ Ixem Schedule Continued O n P e fe 9 iw m ix S 4 PIm * OR» Ok 144 CU S I S i J m a S i « A OR l OR I Anh R Aroh Ar*h R Ar.h R Ar*h A-B Al OR I I BBU ' "G uilty By t fonder" fintlsilub Cat mmj t... wvnimeawi eav ana ggni Mafia** Stertlof at 2 P.M, Weekday Iraaiaf* at 7 Prldey 0 Saturday "Deputy M enhell" "P a lto tt o e n p " iundav ft AAnndjit awnaay eg rvtanaa* 'I Shat Jetcie Jam a*' aid "Spuere Dance Jehdee" Taw. Wad. a Then.. wartti-. *i l/< l a i a n l i r U nivaraal A u to Parts Complete Line e f *. i, i Auto Parts end Supplies Tools Auto Psints 900 M eefetey 9». ^ 1411 Poultry Supplies Haa Orevlee Ca«a* Welded Wire Panel* Bead Carta Hart Pea*ta Natl Cap* Tlaw Clack* A LB E R T S Venewen Street V e n N u y i, Cell#. Phene STete S t t 1 I. O. HEYDENFELDT S ( Martb * hn ^ ^ At Otot Sti * ^ 0 i TIM M il AUTO SERVICE fhono mt
3 FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1960 You On Probation? Got Spocial Card Instructor* hevt boon asked by th* Instructional council to havs II itudents on the Grade deficiency *t It and subject to dismissal list, fill out a special irradc card at the time of final examination. This # will be turned In at the recorder's * office with the regular grade cards. These students are being 1 advised that they cannot pick up permits to register until they submit all their quarter's grade cards to -their departmental advisors. Unless there Is marked Improvement. the student will not be allowed to register, according to the council. Students on one probationary standing list are already subject to dismissal. Others will be subject to dismissal at the end of the Spring quarter If their grade point average Is not 1.0. Whore marked Improvement Is shown, but not completely removed from probation, the advisor may recommend to the dean that tna student be given an additional quarter's opportunity. other students will us* reg- alar grad* oards. Swine Judges Are Fifth Among SO College Teems The LODGE Student Room i i Phone 22 7S W a fter 6 :P.M P A L M S T. CARY and SKI FOB. YOUA SUHHIU TltlPl E X A M S C H E D U L E Course* ill BBi BBs in BBs III BBs III DBs 101 tm rfcl- lotos* Osn Plant Path Vast Ftsld toology Osnstlos lllbsl 5JJ * Animal Raology BBs s s - M * Comp Anatomy ***** M l fasait Taxonomy 5*1 M l Prln of Bss Bd * * I t l Tsash Plans * Tssh *d 401 Audio-Visual Aids Id 101 Ould In Bss Bd U 104 Bval In Bss Hd»M Adult B Osntlnuatlon Id Id 111 Ourrlsulum a Msthods Psy 111 Psrsonal Davaloymaat *r 101 Osnsial Psysholsey Psy toi family Psysholsey Ins I Ins 4 so as U II Is* I I '..-.W... ns ISO as IN Basis Pray Gommuntaaltsa Insllsh Tssh In s llsh T m S In sllsh Tssh latu ah sellsh Ossip lllsh Osety A s*v*n-m*mb*r team from Cal finished fifth among 80 ool- ns IN Insllsh Osay K teams In the I960 National Duror swine Judging contest, according to word Just received from the United States Record association, A record number of 18,000 eon* testants from 41 states and the Hawaiian Islands participated In Ins III th* contest. Lyle Hoyt, Cal Poly animal husbandry Instructor, Ins 101 Rsyort Writing ilacsd 14th out of 74 animal hustandry professors, Ins III Ths Amsrlsan Brans Ins 401 Art 101 EL MUSTANG Continued Prom Page 2 Bectloa Tim* Plae* t TThB S MWP» MWP 4 T I TThB I MWP 11 Baylass Ransom m e i I f o r I I Day lass MWP darts hsphsrd MWP Msrstsn 11 Marston 9 Ranson IS Rsad In Lit of Wast World I Adv Lsttsr Writing Art Apyrsslatlon Jour III Idlt'g A Editorial Pratt PR 101 Bafsty 4 first Aid PR 101 Barlm A Walsr Sport Th PM IN llsalth and Hyslsns PM 101 Oummunlty Hyslsns PM III Hhaaball Th A Praot P01 Cnrrattlvs PM P11 Mlnnr Bp Th A Prast Math I Math 4 Msth I Math II Math II Math II Math IN Prastlsal Math Pray Algtbra Pray Algtbra Msth IN As Math Msth IN BIMs Buis Math for Tssh atudssts Msth fsr Tssh Studsnta Math fsr Tssh As Hud Rl.bsl MWP MWP MWP a i! MWP 4 MWP 11 TTh 11. T m u T High Aid. Ltwls MWP S Riston m e ii i f. 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4 I PAGE FOUR EL MUSTANG FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1960 r t f\ I I M M l M \ i n i i r m \ i m in i h i i i <. i Publish** wssklr t i r l a i schssl PMP i i i h I KsllSsr and sitm ln a llsn n rlw bp lbs Assm UI*C BUCsiits. C tlllu rn l* Stats PaTptwhnl* ( olla**, Can L ila Oblap California. P rin ts sntlrslr bp itussut* ajorlm In prlnllnp in Ik* "Sshuul h r Cwnrtrp Prlnlara." Th* aftlllaas ^ aapram d In this papar In Rl alpnad ssitsrltls -----r and rtlslss nr* Ika a lava at Ik* wrltsra and da nat nttaaaarllp rapraaant tk* aplnlana f ibs staf. tbs ulsws af Ik* A****lal*d Bladanl Badp, n< flalal aplnlan. Bab* arlpllan prlta II.* par paar In adnnaa. Bdllarlal olfles, tl, Admin. Bldp. R ubb Pylt Frgnk Whitt Editor BuBintu Manager AiBociate E d it o r......marvon Sumner Aaaiatant Editor aiiiimmumimimifrtd Hillman Feature Editor,-«Bob L&dd Sporte Editor i«.,4444«4,«,*,«.«...4.ii..,i,i. Ed Ielor Aeeiatant Buiineaa Manager I I I I I I II I I M.. Larry Carter W ee Hours O f Morning Laat Saturday night, following the Poly Royal dance, quite a number of the atudent body and their gueate, unwilling to acknowledge a cessation of festivities, adjourned downtown. Arriving at the local civic center some time after the witching hour/these bon vivants were merrily ensconced at their favorite places of refreshment, sipping at their fortified Seven-Ups and Cokes and looking forward to another hour or so of congeniality. The mood of merriment was rudely shattered, when, at what everyone thought was 1 o'clock, the men in white behind the counters announced, "Time, gents. After the roars of dismay and chagrin died down, the reason for the tavernksepers' unseemly conduct became starkly apparent. Daylight saving time had Just commenced. At least, these merry-makers had the advantage of being prepared for the fact that Monday morning classes would begin one hour earlier than the accustomed time. That is, they would commence one hour sooner if you hadn't adjusted your watch accordingly. If you had, of course, classes would start at the regular time. Several red faces were evident last Monday morning among those cognoscenti who, through either defiance or blissful unawareness, had proceeded counter to the dictum of the California state legislature and arrived one hour past schedule for their classes. There were even a few cases where the individuals concerned had been aware of the advent of daylight saving time, but who evidently Interpreted it as daylight spending time and set their Ingersolls back an hour instead of ahead. The result, of course, caused no end of confusion in their Monday morning clasa schedules. Just what all this proves is difficult to say. The pessimists will ask, if just a simple thing like setting clocks ahead is going to confuse people, what will happen if atom bombs over start falling T The optimists will point out the fact that millions of people able to agree on anything, oven the time, is encouraging for the future of the world. To us the whole thing is just a depressing example of mass deceit. An eight o'clock is really a seven o'clock a fact that is brought appallingly close to home every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning. H. #---- Outnumbered By Cowboys Student Joins Cowpoke Clan By Chuck eisttsry Last Saturday evening I wae rudely awakened bj> a clump, clump, clump Craehl "Tex, *et up off tha floor and so to bed I" Te* promptly anewered In a thick voice, I will ae Boon ae I find that dirty varmlt that tripped me. There followed many atrango aounda ae Tex eubdued hie imaginary antagontit and etaggerad off to bed. I wae greatly relieved, to eay the leaet, to hoar hie door oloaa behind him with a lusty bang. Me, 1 like my Bleep and didn t let thle matter bother me for very long, but when I got up at 10 aharp tha next morning to go to clan, I gava It aomo thought and arrived at aavaral conolu- lone. Tha flrit le, I will hava to admit, that I am hopelessly outnumbered by thee# long-logged evil-eyed cowboys from Los Angelee. Tha second point is that unde Sam ought to lisue boots, saddles, ten-gallon hate and fanoy ahtrte under the 0.1. bill to all animal husbundry classes.. Along with thle, there should be several hours allotted daily to Bosnia rldoe Into the surrounding hills. In this way Uncle Sam s equipment would be put to good uee. and it would also provide much needed relaxation from dreary classes. When I first earns to Poly and stood In line to register, I thought I wag In another place. After careful Inquiry, I found that I wasn't In a dude it that I was registering to beeoma a Cal._dent. In the following weeki I got aoouatomed to the fact that wa live In a typical Texaa atmosphere. Several of the looal ettiaenry hsvs been heard to comment on the fact that wt must be running s guest ranch In theaa parte and that they expect to see the boys break out their shooting Irons one of these days and olean out all tha lawless characters hereabouts. Personally, I wouldn t ba at all aurpriaad to as atudente attired In bat-wtng chap* to ward off tha heavy orowda In tha post office. I still haven t become accustomed to all of thla yat, but I am saving my money to buy myself a pair of bright rod boots, aa I am now enrolled In a dairy husbandry elaaa and hava a perfect right to waar them. '. M o v it Roviow Landis, Lizards, M ature Sustained trick photography made "One Million B. C. both Interesting snd unususl as Carol Landis alternately sought refuge from overgrown Heard* end Victor Mature at the last showing by the Cal Poly Film society. For nine-tenth* of the film, the dialogue oonslated of variations of four word* In two different languages, neither of them English. This should have been good practice for next week s foreign iign rum, film, "Orsnd Illusion, with Jean Oabin Erich Von Btroht Is Weird as th* movie wae, the music matched It Oddly enough, It was purposely t SIS* ignad to sound as aw fufi It It dli did for mood music, and waa not tha result of a bad sound track, B u s turtles, inards and anakai gtd la mortal combat at»p of a fig l* e f1 Innocent bystanders tha two preh prohlstorto tribes, represented by U ndii and Mature, and tha audience. The society will not be responsible for any nightmares that resulted from th* showing The calming influence of Landis on th* warlike tribe of Mature * leads uc to wish that our a bled world of today were filled with tnnuale woman Ilka her. Of eoureo, tide isn t tha only reason, but It sounds nicer when put In that manner. Letters to the Editor Editors Notet The following letter to waa received by Robert Cutler from Art» r t Crem, C r a m, former b v i it s ie s t who has hospital!led re Dear Bob, Deepest thanks to you and Bill Nleld for Instigating th* projeot that gava me th* finest present I have ever reeelved. * Profuse thanks to the many who remembersd me and contributed to that fund. The handsomely engraved lighter, together with enough money for a lifetime supply of fluid, was Indeed a surprise that will be appreciated always. The lighter I shall forever treasure, as D j j Stable Sweepings By Pyla - t To those who share the we* hours of their mornings with crackers, milk and a true detective etory, Stable Sweepings dedicatee Ite poet- Poly Royal haul this week. W* call it "Celery King, ag Inspector. But let's have Celery tell hie own yarn.. It waa hot, even for the little Island of Me- FIJI, and tha sleepy-eyed blond sitting across th* table wasn't doing much for the alr-condttloning system,.she wae tall, rangy and wore a list 45 strapped to her hip. During the beaetly evening ah* talked of many thing* but mostly of beasts she had mat at Santa Barbara college. From th* spike marks on her lege I immediately gathered that she played baseball. It waa then ene told BM that she naa once played with the Brooklyn Dodgers, but marriage to Branch Rickey had endad her carear. He traded her to th* New Ye fork Giants Just two weeks later. I drank my two flngera of ethol, took a deep breath, touohad a match to my llpe and lit her cigarette. I hadn't bud s client In eo long that not even my socka hud shoe polish on them. Hut those eyes I At flrit I thought she wae flirting wae sending More* cod* to the head waiter. I turned In time to catch a slug from hie belching Roscoe between the syce and slumped to th* floor In a way 1 have become accustomed to slumping to th* floor. Which la pretty good In a way. I awoke amid strange surrounding* clean sheets and suddenly realised where I wae snd how much It was going to ooet ms. Tht man In whits standing by my side had greeted my first Ign of eoniclouinsis with, "You re lucky It hit you in the head. It's doctors ilka this that make me believe In socialised medtoln*. Rut many e the Sunday morning I fought for my Ufa, and nothing like another hole In the head waa going to atop mo I had to aolvt thla case. Tha surgeon with a white dinner jacket had no aooner left the room than I took a turn for th* nurse. She spoke softly and gently if and told mo I might be able to pay th* Be5mL hospital _ bill In Just 10 years. years, She was nice, with such lovely browp eyes that crossed In Just the right place. Telling me that ; she ene was going to take taka my temperature, eh* in*.pad something Into my mouth end left hurriedly. When I awoke In a newly decorated room Just three months later, I discovered the nurse wasn't a nurse at all and th* alcohol In th* therometer was nltro-gly&srln*. But I had suepected aa much all along Thay can t fool old Colory. It waa tough smoking mr plot aa I walked down th* streets of Pino If I only 1had a mouth. 1 thought of the jood old daye back home. Those happy oarefraa days when pappy drained th* bath tub every Saturday night. The is night th* Smith residence burned down, p wiping out th* entire family. Tho wonderful high school beach party we hud In 1080 when a dosen students disappeared In the surf. Ah yes, those were th* good old days. How I would Ilk# to get bask to Arcadia and so# my Sunday school teacher at his old post th* $60 window at Santa Anita. Yes, It would b< great to bo an yplaco but thle forgotten hole oven San Lula Obispo. Th* crowds of unomployod had almost left th* etroota aa I picked my way through the slush, and I couldn t help but think that in Jsst two more hours thay would b* leaving tho streets of LA. Suddenly a speeding ear aersemed from around the comer, and It waa too 1st* to move. It hit Bf full It iwas «o months later when I awoke la a Son Francisco deco hospital. But I had hod It I knew th* aaawer. Grabbing the ihc phor phone with my brsnd now arm I Fplsssd pieced a sail call to my y father, Inspector Cannlbal King of th* local fares. "Hello dad. Thle Is Color/. Yoo, I have finally reachod tho solution. "Well, Celery, my eon, you re getting to ho a ship off tha old stalk. Toll mo eon. What did you rind ou t?" "Dad. Someone's trying to kill mo." well ae the thoughts that were sent with It, Th* money has long lines gone the way of all cash, but while It lasted, added Inches to my waistline. The doctors think that I will be back In good shape In several years, as the leg has healed nicely and bears up well under the added weight. Please post this where it will help to thank those whose generosity and kindness has brought m* a great deal of happiness. Art Cram "D id you soy something, doer? B*prlnt*d from Mar IIIO l**u* of R Sg U IR R Coprrlahl 1110 br flsqulrs, In*. J O I N... B IB LE-B EU EV IN G C H R IS TIAN S IN PRAISE P R A YER S T U D Y O ^ C i j a S i R N A C L E 11 A M. S U N D A Y O S O S end P IS M O B E S T E V E R FOUHTAIH GHILL Comploto Dinnsri from 60c O u r M m I Tic ku ti O ffu r You $5.50 Voluo For $ C 0 0 " I # plus tag Delldoue Homemade Fite Dolly Oh * «:4f A.M. I PAA CLOSED SUNDAYS 8H Hleuere Sr. Cline s Body Shop Body Worfc 1 ~ and Fainting Auto Topi # Ssst Coveri G l u t Work M Mink h n «411 Forden s Hardware i»'s Q u a l i t y that counts Toole 1 Point*f Uteneilel Gloeeworol Crockery! Binder's Word wore! 1. M. FORDEN, Freorteter Fheoe Cbetf* 8*.
5 FRIDAY, MAY B, 1960 SAE S * * Cal Poly Club News * * President Julian A. McPhaa was iat at tha Society of Agrloulral Engineer's banquet hold Thursday evening, April 27, In cafeteria number ona, Members of the society, headed by banquet chairmen Edwin F. Johnson, received end entertained about 100 guests ectlve In the farm equipment Industry. Guest speaker, Phil H. Davenport, spoke on the opportunltiea and requirements for the agricultural engineer. Davenport Is president of the, Southern Equipment and Supply company of San Diego. Charles Weber, Dan McNIven, Kirby Robinson and Ruse Schonborg, Cal Poly's collegiate quartet, offered the evening's entertaln- Alpha Phi Omaga Alpha Phi Omega's Poly Royal formal dinner was held Saturday, April 20, at Mattie's tavern. Members of the club supervised "Camporeo at Camp Sgn Luis Obispo Saturday and Sunday, April They sot up contests for troops and patrols, served as Judges aad helped maintain the camp. Poly Koyal brochures were sorted by members of the club on Monday, April i Students' Wives At the last meeting of the Students' Wives club, Aron Abrahamsen, spoke briefly on "Norway," A technicolor movie, "Let Us Look to Norway," was shown. Plane for a potluck dinner to be held May 12 were discussed. Refreshments were served by Mahala * Mntt.on, Connie Pickett, Barbara Marvin and Phyttss Nellsen. Ornamental Hort A barbecue sponsored by the ornamental horticulture department will be held at Morro Bay state park Sunday afternoon. May 7. according to Jack Eliot. Walter Nowak will serve as chef for the /)H majors ajor and their guests ware i invited. Transportation will be nr ranged. Those wishing I f f I to.. attend should.sign up for the event in the head-house' Faculty Woman * "May Luncheon will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. by members of the Women s club. The dinner Is te be held at tha Monday club, and price of admission is Young Farmari Cal Poly Young Farmers club will hold a free spaghetti dinner Mur 7 at 1 p.m. at the (an Lais Obispo rounty park, according te Monty Aitano.. Members, their families and girl friends are invited. lave on your auto Insurance with the Farmers Insurance exchange at 1048 Hlguera street Socisl Sciffnc* New, officers were elected by the Social Science club at a meeting on May 1. The men elected for the coming year were as follows) pree dent, Henry Schcndelj vice president, Howard Vlellenavei sec- Mt» ry' Koger Hanson; and treasurer, Eddie Mack. The meeting on. April 25 was a dibatg botwssn tht Young Dtmo* crate and the Young Republicans or Han Luis Obispo. Paul Davis represented the Young Dombcrats, and the Young Republicans were represented by Peter Andre, Torry Clark and Elmer Moody, Alpha Phi Sigma An election was nsld at the last meeting of the Alpha Phi Sigma club, May 1, and the following officers were elected) president, John Upton vice-president, John Tarabula; and secretary, Ed Little- H L. were also discussed for the "dinner dance," May 10, 7 p.m., to be hold at the Fountain Inn. Initiation of now members end installation of new officers elected will be hold at that tlmo. James Smith, English and art Instructor, will speak on "Art for Modern Aircraft1'a t the next meeting of the IAS, to be held at 7)50 p.m. May 11. At this time, there will be an election of club officers. Refreshments will also be served after the meeting In the El Corral. C S T A Cal Poly chapter of the California Student Teachers association will hold Its last meeting of the current quarter Monday at 7 p.m. In room 200, Ad building. Main business of the evening will be the election of officers for the new sehool year. Dairy Twenty-one members of the husbandry department participated In the Poly Royal fitting and showing contest. Magazliw Lists Job Openings The Exchange, a bi-monthly publication listing Federal Civil Service openings both In the United States and overseas, is on file In the reserve room of ths library, according to John E. Jones, head of the Cal Poly placement bureau. Don t wait to Insure your clothes and personal effects. Do It now and pay for It any time in 60 dajrs, Atkinson Insurance agency, 1042 Hlguera street Adv, ' IT *" Gaarga'f Station and Equip. 4ASOLINI 11.5s per «ol ead sp OIL lie per eeert ead ap l^n^i g ngonu South Hlpeere St. EL MUSTANG Four M on To Spook For Final Clinic Fourth antf final meeting of the employment clinic on the topic of Application for Employment" will be hold Monday from 7 to 0 p.m. In the engineering auditorium, according to John E7 Jones. Four men from Industry and agriculture will tell what they look for In letters of applications and what they find out in interviews concerning prospective cmpl0a.he speakers will bei Jack F. loyeei. Hougham, manager of the San Luis Obispo office, California State department of employment; Harry Nuss, vice-president, Bank of America, ica. Dan H«n l.u Luis uoispo; Obispo; ana and r.sri Earl Foley, personnel manager, Pacific Oae and Electric company. Fresno. At the last meeting of the clinic, Louis Shepherd, English Instructor, continued his dl»cu.»ton on the Interview and conducted several typical sample Interviews with two of hie students participating. After the interviews, comments were made by Dr. Logan Carter, E. C. Glover and Clarence Radius. 'White Man Loco Says Wise Indian Several years ago the Firmer- Stockman, a farm Journal, offered a prise of 25 for the best 100- word description of a printed pio> ture showing a deserted farm house and gullied field. The winning description was as follows, according to Outdoor America) "Picture show white man crasy. Cut down trees. Make big tepee. Plow hill. Water wash. Wind blow soil. Orass gone. Door gone. W indow gone. Whole place gone to hell. Buck gone. Squaw, too. Papoose gone. No onuokaway. No pigs. No corn. No plow. No hay, No pony. "Indian no plow land. Keep grass. Buffalo eat grass. Indian eat buffalo. Hide make tepee. Make moccasin. Indian no make terrace. No build dam. No give damn. time eat. No hunt Job. No hitch hike. No ask relief. No shoot pig. Great Spirit make grass. Indian no waste anything. Indian no work. White man he loco." -Line Caster. / < v / PAGE FIVE Folk Danco Fsitival Folk danco festival, sponsored by the local junior oollego authorities, was held April SS at the senior high school gymnasium. Eight junior oollsges in the Central California junior college aasociatlon attended together with the local adult evening school folk dancing group, according to local junior college authorities,. Alice Gano, a sophomore waa acting chairman of the affair. L e l a *8 CM (ken I Sftck House Ose Mile South of T e v s es Old Highway IMCiAL $ Luncheons Partial lenqueti Ph ter Specie! Arronfcmenh FARM ERS INSURANCE [ again leads all companies in California for Automobile Insurance Although one of the youngest companies in the state it did almost twice as much business here as.it's nearest com petitor Rates and service is the story, Its Office lit Son Lois OMspo Is Atkinson Insurance Agency I N I M p e n Strut WITH SMOKERS WHO KNOW... IT S amels for Fee, Coma/* art SO MHO thmt In ro»»t to ena*t teat of hundred* of mm tnd women who emoked Camel* and only C*m*L-(or 80 con*#cutl.* day*, noted throat apeelallal*, nuking weekly eaamlnation*, reported NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT IRRITATION fa am aklig CAMELS! j awai«- Nff fff MNI ITIfflf
6 PAGE BIX EL MUSTANG FRIDAY, MAY 8, I960 T h e O u t lo o k By Ed Ialer The CCAA conference track meet, which will be held tomorrow on the local cinderpat^i, promieea to spring a few lurprlaes. There s little doubt that San Joee and San Diego will fight it out for the crown, but eeveral of laat year s individual winners will be hard pressed to retain their laurels, Delf Pickarts, Santa Barbara's Javelin ace, appears to be the only cinch winner in the meet. Pickarts Is still 80 feet ahead of his nearest competitor. Willie Dancer, the ancient Gaucho high jumper, will feel the hot breath of San Diego's one-two punch, namely, Jack Razzeto and Joe Page. Razzetto cleared 6 feet 8 Inches earlier in the season and rules as a heavy favoritp to supplant Dancer. Our own Eddie Mack is going to be sorely tested in the broad jump by San Jose s Ronnie Maires, who has been push- Jng the 24-foot mark. If Eddie's right, he ll win. Undoubtedly, the highlight of the meet will be the duel between Bobby Smith and George Mattos in the pole vault. These two tied for the crown in last year s meet. Smith, of San Dlsgo, won the NCAA title last season and has cleared 14 feet, 5 inches this year. Mattos, pride of Ban Jose, soared 14 feet, 5Vi inches against COP. San Jose also boasts a sleeper entry in the person of Bill Voelkert, who keeps flirting with ths 14-foot mark. Bob Crowe, another Spartan flash, should retain his sprint crowns simply because Art Williams, Aztec dash man, has not recovered from an early season injury. However, if Williams is sound, he ll make it close. This column has Poly doped to finish in fourth spot behind San Jose, San Diego and Pepperdlne. The Mustangs figure to score somewhere in the low 20 s bracket which should be enough to beat out Santa Barbara and Fresno. Point winners for the Mustangs should be Walt Boehm in the mile; John Lesley in the two mile; possible Carlos Pi* chardo and Dub Carter in the 220 and 440; Snard Johnson, high hurdles; Marsh Samuels, shot put and discus; Doss Sims, high jump; and Eddie Mack to take ths long hop. If a couple of Poly men upset the dope sheet and pick up a few more fourths and fifths, the locals might even snead in for a third. However, if the breaks go the other way, either Fresno or Santa Barbara could nose out the Green and Gold. V. We wish to extend an apology for not having the score of the Chico State-Col Poly track meet in last week s paper. Swear to Jensen, men, we dummied It In, but there Just wasn t room. In case you didn t know, the Mustangs won by a score of C C A A Track M eet Set For Tomorrow Cal Poly plays host to ths other five memnsra of ths CCAA tomorrow afternoon at 1:110 o'clock when tho conference track and field meet get* underway. Ban Jose, last year's champ, is expected to repeat, but onlyafter a bitter struggle with San Diego. Jim Jensen, coach of the local cindormen, is of the opinion that four teams will battle it out tor third place, but gives a slight edge to Pepperdlno. Last season, ths locals finished a dismal laat. A pathetic lack of team depth coot the Muatange dearly. The team is considerably stronger this year and flguros to give all but tho Spartans and tho Asteoe a 1 rough time In the eeramble for show money. New meet records are expected In the pole vault, with Bobby Smith and Ceorgo Mattos again fighting it out for the crown, and in the high Jump, where three contenders have often cracked the mark established by San Jose s Bill Smith in Willie Wilson, Peppsrdlne 800 man. will be out to break the half-mile record set by Thelmo Knowles, also of San Jose, in Marks considered to be out of reach are the two mile and the broad jump. Sports Schedule 0 Baseball May 0, Treaty) State, there. 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7 FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1950 'Ja k e ' In Top Form A t Locals Chock Sonta B arbara, 3-1 Th# Cal Poly. pitching staff M*m» to b* like th* It* weethier; It i getting hotter Dick Jacquler, etrike-out artlet for the Muetang nine, turned in a maeterful three-hit performance agalnet Santa Barbara lait Monday night on the Qaucho diamond anil whipped the channel city team, 3-1. Big Jake struck out 12. Jacquler would have had a ahut-out except for a alow play on a throw to home plate, The locale trailed, 1-0, until the aixth inning when they tied it up on a double by Pat Aloxander ana a single by Jacquler. Poly went In front In th* aeventh on a single by Bob Coghlan, who scored when Johnston threw Vernon Bsbernes sacrifice bunt into right field. Another... run In the eighth was Just so much Insurance. It was the third well-pitched game In a row for Bob Mott s crow. John Wiliams started the ball rolling against California with a 9-2 triumph, and Don Carman followed with a 2*1 victory over U8F during Poly Royal. Mustang hope* for a conference divisional title will probably be decided this Saturday when they play a doubleheader against Fresno State. The Bulldogs all but eliminated Ian Joae s chancea for a second straight CCAA crown by splitting with the Spartans last week. Freano now bo«ets a 8*1 record which means that Poly will have to win both games to go out In front. A double lose would kill off th* locals. Herman and Jacquler will probably start for the Mustangs. Sports Results # Swimming CCAA Meet Ban J o a e -180 Cal P oly-89 Ban Diego 24 Baseball Poly 8 U IF 1 Poly fi Fresno State 4 Golf Poly 18 Santa Barbara 41 Relays Santa Ana, 88 la C C, S O C I A L I Z I N G In S I A F O O D f M BROILID STUKS Cooiploto Fountain S e rvic e Half Portions Sorvod to Cfiildron BEE HIVE CAFE SAN LUIS o n s r o i finist eom Pirri R ES T A U R A N T IH t i S I A mmf m oniirty S A V E O N Tire Recapping 6:00x16...$5.80 6:50x16...$6.80 A lio A Large Stock of Good Recapped T ire * 6 :0 0 x $ :50x16...$7.55 We Use First Grade Cold Rubber, Full thickness on Recaps Some Guarantee os on New Tires WESTSIDE TIRE SHOP Monterey St Phene 914-J or'909 BL MUSTANG Ike W alton Fans Get Break Fiihing season opena for Cal Poly students Saturday, May 18, at unriao. The place is the reservoir behind the beef unit. etudenta, faculty, employee! of Cal Poly and their familiaa will be. permitted to try y itheir * luck. fishermen jnust jmuat be over 16 years of age and must have a college lege flahlng permit which ie ia obtainable obtainal in the welfare office. Permits for children under 16 should be obtained by parents at the welfare office. No one will be allowed to flsn without a college permit. These cards will be available Monday. Use of live fish for bait will not be permitted becauae of the possibility of introducing coarse fish (carp) into the pond. fishermen are asked to use care in entering the areas* Use the stile or gates and do not break the fences. Also, try not to trample the graii^ Those bringing small children should make sure they do not get In the beef corrals because some of the animals are dangerous. Last July, James Merson and several other interested parties cleaned and stocked the pond with 12 mature, large mouthed black bass, 50 blue gill and 50 catflsh. This foundation stock has multiplied to tne extent that there ate several thousand small Ash, a great number of which are of edible Ice. The bag limit Is 6 bass, 25 blue gill and catfish. There ia no sice limit. Swimmtrt Second At San Jose Moot Only s lamentable lack of depth kept Coach Dick Anderaon a ewimmfng teem from winning th* CCAA oonferenoe crown last week end at the meet htld at th* Ban Joe* pool. Ae expected, th* Poly mermen icored 89 points and finished a good second to the Spartans. Ban Joee icored 180 points end Sen Diego was third with 84. Hero of the meet for the locale wee Jerry Neufeld, who captured three Arete. Neufeld won the 1800 mater free-etyle, the 820 end the 440. Jack Slseon grabbed two flrate for th* Mustange, winning the 100 end aoo-yerd brsaat-etroke vents. Bueter Leu won the individual medley. W «'r«tirod O f Loiing T ta m i; How About You? R«ad Naxt El Mustang BOB'S CHILI BOWL 115 Pomeroy S t Pkemo Beech Jtftj fold-low Prkts Tout COM-Hot Dogs Honbilrgen Cotfn 9c WHO orders No Dtciiion Reached In Boxing Squabblt, Ae vet, nothing has been accomplished nt the meeting t i the board of athletic control In regards to (sailing awards to the * members of the boxing teem. At the present U me, the only member t i the eqnnd eligible to reeeive on award of any kind le Leon Jackson. Co-cep tain BUI Lldderdel* and the others will have to wait nntil definite darixlon of eom* kind ia reached by th* board. A committee hna bean appointed by the board to seek a satisfactory eolation. Ito recommedetlon wlll.be voted on by th* board early next week. ALBERT'S FLORIST 1 t Flowers of Distinction Reasonably Priced Exclusive Gifts Flowers for oil Occasions Phone Htguere St EL CORRAL See O ur New Line of Poly T EE SHIRTS ^ - t, v 4. Smokers Supplies Ash Trays lascment ADMINISTRATION ILD& Spring Scrimmage Indicates Lack Of Squad Depth A lack of team depth wee notioeable last Friday ae the Whites walloped the Greene 88-0, in the annuel lntra-equed spring football P am*. There wee evidence that oly e new mentor, Roy Hughes, will have to beat the buehee to bolster hie personnel if the Mustangs expect to enjoy e renaissance this fall. Plenty of offensive power waa displayed, but this waa due largely to th* fact that the scrimmage turned out to be th* varsity playing th* junior varsity. This stacked the personnel pretty well In favor of the Whites, and the lseue wee not much In doubt after a few minutes of play,.dick Loomis, fullback, waa the high scorer or the day. Loomis tallied twice against the Greens. There waa plenty of eplrlt displayed by the griddare which left moat of th* speotators with th* lmprenion that th* locals may get beaten a few times thii fall but not before they put up a terrific Jim Jensan.-,. Poly's trook^ coach, ploys the host in tomorrow's CCAA track meet. See story on page 6. NORCROSS GREETING CAROS with all the sentiment of th* red, red rate itself! Tkt CtUI, Mttll MM Mtn tm im 1 I h m im S CAlrafa, III. HILLS STATIONERY STORE 1127 C H O R R O S T R U T tally ( e t S, t b j S S l The GriU at Scott Hall ia one of the favorite campus haunts of the student! at Northwestern Univereity. T hat * because The G rill is a friendly place, always full of the buey atmosphere of college life. There le A reye plenty of ice-cold Coce-ColA^too. For here, ae in college gathering spots everywhere Coke belongt. Aik Jtr it titktr mqy,.. ketk mit-msrki mien tkt t*mt ftt/xf. som a UNO* autmosrv or me coca-cou comtamr er COCA-COU SOTTUMO COMPANY OF SANTA MAtIA isle, Tiwcw-cwe e
8 PAGE EIGHT H n v a a b o a 4 amp Three diviaiona of 230 meat animals paraded before livestock judges at 18th annual Poly Royal. - Ituaent project animals beef cattle, sheep and swine were readied by undergraduate showmen for exhibition practice, and to show the 16,000 Poly Royal visitors the quality of livestock r a 1a e d on campus. Clyde Reynolds, San Marino, won grand champion of the beef cattle division with his Ani ngua Hereford steer. Reynolds wbrl rfead for more than a month to train his white-faced, black entry for the shpw ring. Judge Alex Mc Donald, of the American Hereford association, also awarded the steer first place in the mixed breed steer, class. A Hereford steer, shown by Dick McDougall, Rio Vista, won reserve champion honors. Student winners in the big Hereford steer class werei Richard Philips, Van Nuya; Melvin Hillis, Olonn and Les Samman, Oxnard. Winners in the smell Hereford steer class: McDougadl; Jack Jan- Shafter and Robert Smith, Bakersfield. Hereford heifers Bob Bidart, Wlnnemucca, Nev.: Jack Rouleau, San Jose and Tom H amby,,mby.... Solodad. Soledad. Hereford yearling heifers Phil Vaughn, Santa Santo Maria; hlarla: David Smith, Tulare and Dick Boucher, Bosemon, Mont Big Shorthorn steers P h 111 p Haas. El Centro; Jack Evans, Woodland a n d Wildcat. W. Vi, Hollis Swieher, Shorthorn heifers Sam Arnett, Bakersfield; George Loesche, Ban Noon Hour Husk Prom Trees Is Feature Of Electronics Something new in the way of noontime entertainment is being offered by the Electronics department. Every day, Monday through Friday, from 12 noon to 1 p. m. music will be played for all who care to listen. Speakers have been mounted in a tree which etonds in front of the Electronics building (formerly the Ag building), and classical and eemi-classical selections will be offered on long playing records. General Mills Men Are Here Representatives of General Mills will be on the campus today to Interview graduating students Interested in employment in formula feed sales work with that com- Students interested in such employment should sign up for an interview in the Plaoement office. Boom ISO, according to John E. Jones. P a lle t Barbtr Shop Yon furnish the heed Wl 00 TNI iv r t UBI Choree St. I. *s t r Luis Obispo and Sterling Rhoads, Newhall. Mixed steer c l a s s Reynolds; John Primming, Hood and Bob Thomas, Glendale., Bull class Hank Stone, Salinas: Ed Snyder, Yerlngton, Nev. ana Jesse Smithson, Oditm, Tex. Stone and Smithson showed Shorthorns; Snyder, a H ereford., Photographic Methods Used By Welding Department Welding design students are using a photomicrographic uitit to determine the chemical and physical properties of metals and the weld sones, according to Richard Wiley, welding department. The photomicrographic unit 1s essentially a high-precision microscopic instrument designed for both visual examining and permanent recording of metallographta structures by photograph; hlc methods. Dem onstration in arc _ welding is now postil in a portable booth dexlgned and built by the welding shop. The booth is equipped with nneumatlc cylinders to raise and lower the protective shield which *ubstitutes for individual faee shields. Important features of the demonstration booth are that it requires less time and a large group may watch the demonstration, Wiley stated. Blttenger, McCabe, Madsen Are Ym I Leaders Next Year Wayne Blttenger will be head yell leader for tne coming 1D50-B1 chool year, and Robert McCabe and Larry Madsen will be his assistants, David Hatfield, member of the rally committee, announced today. Members of SAC and Inter-club council acted as judges at the final tryouts, April 26. Six men were entered In the final tryouts this year. Save on your auto insurancs with the Farmer* Ipsuranct exchange at 1043 Higuers street Adv, Underwood Agency Sales r Service Rentals Repairs o ffiu TYPEWRITER SHOP fid Meeterer It. Special C A L POLY Student Meal Tickets 7 (seven) $5.50 Tickets E L M U S T A N G O F f f i 'r p.tt M jxt m g /.jin; voittiifjt'!..inif. 1 i,, studauto. Intending to. * ohengs their majors to agricultural journalism should begin preliminary steps within the near future, Registrar Leo F. Philbin pointed out today. First step is to discuss the matter with current advisers, then, after approval, j with WIVII nken n il Kltch, awsvasesi head or the i journalism department, Room 18, Ad. building. While Jour and a half months remain before start of courses, Cal Poly s new journalism major already has drawn inquiries from as far as Hastings, Neb., and Pensacola. Fla. Among the inquiries have been several from students In other California State colleges, including Cal Aggies at Davis, Philbin said. Articles and stories in various west coast publications are spreading the word that September will be the beginning of California's first ag Journalism department. In addition to newspaper releases published throughout the state. California Publisher, official magasine for the California Newspaper Publishers association, carried an article in its April issue. George Couper, editor of California Future Farmer, bulletined the* major to all vocational ag teachers in the state. San Francisco s Regional Serv- Ive committee devoted Its April 10 bulletin s entire front page to an editorial on Cal Poly s new department. California Dalrymaa was among other magasines also giving liberal space to announce the agricultural m a s s M ii}»prfwrfisf,portifliwm»tb vi>i M meet in progress on the Mustang track. Awards will be made in the engineering auditorium when tabulation has been completed. This will be sometime after 6 p.m., according to J. I. Thompson, state livestock specialist for the state bureau of agricultural education, In charge of the event. Also on top this year for the first time will be a state championship Eliminations have been in progress, contest in parliamentary procedure, with six regional champions eligible for the final event here. They are the Future Farmer teams from Eureka, Oroville, Elk Orove, Madera, Lompoc and Satv Bernadino. This contest, open to the public will be held in the engineering auditorium at 7:80 tomorrow evening. Judgee are Loyd Dowler, Fresno State College; Elwood Juergenson, University of California at Davis; and William Leary, Cal Poly. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1950 nwrr,t T * ii j am urn Any students who didn t receive their dged moon 4 the print anop in N E W L O C A T I O N * H IG U E R A ST. P H O T O SUPPLIES P H O T O S T A T S OverNightService Cal Photo Supply THERESA RIGDON, Agent S t i f f Farm M u tu a l A u t o Inauranco C o. 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PUT ALL THESE SENTENCES INTO REPORTED SPEECH 1.- He is cooking dinner for his friends at the moment, said Tom. 2.- Cindy said, She is washing the dishes 3.- Let s wait here till the rain stops, he said
Find Us at the Stable! AN ADVENT STICKER BOOKLET 2 Scripture texts in this work are taken from the New American Bible, revised edition. 2010, 1991, 1986, 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington,
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li 9 ~ - t;9-2 5 Lena Metrokin on Kodiak by Jaana Hernandez on March 18, 1993 Oral History Alaska History ~ The following autobiographical interview was on March 18, 1993, with Lena Metrokin, a retired
1 Tre on Johnson Untitled I was 5 when my father taught me the art of working for something you don t have. It was a strategy for remaining out of trouble, perseverance, and eventually, the game of basketball.
The Jesus Resolution The Jesus Resolution We serve a God of fresh starts and new beginnings. He promises that His mercies will be new every morning and that U-turns make heaven erupt with joy. Each year
Christmas Day in the Morning PEARL S. BUCK This simple tale by novelist Pearl S. Buck (1892 1973) was first published in Collier s magazine in 1955. The daughter of Christian missionaries, Buck spent most
Crowder, Dr. David L. Oral History Project Lowell Luke - The Depression By Lowell Luke December 9, 1974 Box 2 Folder 13 Oral Interview conducted by Darell Palmer Woolley Transcribed by Victor Ukorebi February
Interviewed by: Jeff Frank Transcribed by: Madison Sopeña Date transcription began: 26 October 2011 Homer Bunker Zion National Park Oral History Project CCC Reunion September 28, 1989 2 Homer Bunker Zion
Crib Service 2 An outline for a Crib Service narrated by the inn keeper and his wife Samuel and Sarah. Contains other readings and prayers With suggestions for carols Order of service Welcome Opening Responses
The Lord s Day Morning December 31, 1944 Redeeming the Time Scripture Lesson Ephesians 5:1-18 Text Ephesians 5:16 The Reverend Dr. Girard Lowe Introduction 1. Mr. Coffee coming into my office and asking
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A TEN MINUTE MONOLOGUE By Bobby Keniston Copyright MMXIII by Bobby Keniston All Rights Reserved Heuer Publishing LLC in association with Brooklyn Publishers, LLC ISBN: 978-1-60003-727-6 Professionals and