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    • Weekly Torch 10/05/1923

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    • Weekly Torch 10/05/1923
    • Loescher, Ruth; Morris, Ilma; Stephens, Marjorie; Van der Veer, Janey; Stewart, Abilene; McElheny, Jean; Bender, Neva; Shephard [Shepherd], Cynthia; Scharr, Hazel; Donnelly, Rose; Morrison, Sybil; Poyet, Mary; Coleman, Hazel; Henry, Mildred; Elam,...
    • Nominees chosen in women's society; Increased work in French class; JC student body nominations made and remaining officers now voted in; Sophomores elect; Talent for J.C. Orchestra is sought; "Lost! Where?" Stahler's car disappears; Freshman...
    • Weekly Torch 01/25/1924

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    • Weekly Torch 01/25/1924
    • Montague, Bill; Shepherd, Dwight; Heznaut [Hesnaut], Buster; Cooke, Bob; Faris, Reba; Jones, Margaret; Sipple, Homer; Stephens, Marjorie; Loescher, Ruth; Schmidt [Schmid], Lowell; Schofield, Florence; Palmer, Forest; Palmer, Ralph; Clark,...
    • Tomorrow night F.J.C. vs. C.U.J.C.; Santa Ana downed by hard playing in second basketball game; Another idea is for honor system; Basketball rooting section requested for game at Azusa; French class now enjoying contest; Joint meeting is held by...
    • Jaysee Torch "Special Y.M.C.A. edition" 02/01/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch "Special Y.M.C.A. edition" 02/01/1924
    • Nelle, Dora; Henly, Ralph; Palmer, Forest; Kenney, Edith; Williams, Louise; Donnelly, Rose; Stephens, Marjorie; Crosby, Elizabeth; Schmid [Schmidt], Lowell; Crooke, Elizabeth; Hesnaut [Heznaut], Buster; Bonney, Wilbert; Statum, E.J.; Raitt,...
    • San Diego here tomorrow night; F.J.C. loses in "indoor football" or wild basketball; Frosh class picks play "Old Lady 31"; Live organization in Junior College: history of Y.M.C.A.; Big chance open for men to try singing; "Dean's Office": second...
    • Jaysee Torch 02/22/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch 02/22/1924
    • Shepherd, Cotton [Vernon]; Montague, William (Monty, Bill); Akers, John; Stephens, Marjorie; Borst, R.W.; Kitchel, Jennie L.; Boyce, William T.; Merril, E.T.; Hodgson, Robert; Armstrong, Paul; Pannier, Dap; Burnett, Audrey; Jones,...
    • Season's last game plays El Centro and ends in victory; French students invited to see "Scaramouche"; Students to go to Forest Home for "ditch" day; Debate scheduled with Chaffey J.C. on March 6; "From the Yellowstone" opera is chosen by F.J.C....
    • Jaysee Torch 03/07/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch 03/07/1924
    • Smith, Charleen; Boyce, William T.; Hampton, Hugh; Lee, Ellis; Gurley, Austin; Plummer, Louis E.; Palmer, Forest; Shepherd, Dwight; Stubblefield, Theodore; Borst, R.W.; Nelson, Walter; Bonney, Alfred; Schmid, Lowell; Cailor, Ray; Wickers,...
    • "Ditch" day was hilarious trip to Forest Home just before snow came; Louis E. Plummer elected president of American Junior College Association; Y.M.C.A. plans entertainment to pay off loan; Work on Indian operetta soon to be started with combined...
    • Jaysee Torch 03/23/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch 03/23/1924
    • Nelle, Dora; Robertson, Nell; Chambers, Florence; Loescher, Ruth; Poyet, Mary; Wents, Dorothy; Bielefeldt, Evelyn; Smith, Charleen; Conn, Gladys; Jones, Iva; Morris, Ilma; Travers, Marjorie; Stephens, Marjorie; Williams, Louise; Crooke,...
    • Frosh comedians working steadily; Fullerton High School to have college night; Positively last chance to contribute to Annual Torch; Women's Field Day set for Saturday May 10th; "Torch Lights": debaters sore over lack of cooperation and men...
    • Jaysee Torch 04/04/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch 04/04/1924
    • Stubblefield, Theodore [Stubby]; Wharton, Mary; Wents, Dorothy [Dot]; Cooke, Robert [Bob]; Hampton, Hugh; Morris, Ilma; Lutschg, Kep [Keplar]; Chessum, George; Schofield, Lester; Schmid, Lowell; Palmer, Forest; Gurley, Austin; Gregory, F.C.; Boyce,...
    • Literary contest is finally closed; Jaysee Y.M. meeting decides to charge each member to pay bank loan; Homework assignments published by faculty for several classes; "From the Yellowstone" operetta male cast chosen; Bureau of Mines first aid...
    • Jaysee Torch 05/07/1924

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    • Jaysee Torch 05/07/1924
    • Boyce, William T.; Plummer, L.E [Lewis] Mr. & Mrs..; Loescher, Ruth; Jones, Margaret; Stevens [Stephens], Marjorie; Chambers, Florence; Tohill, Elizabeth; Gurley, Austin; Palmer, Forest; Borst, R.W.; Walberg, Harold E.; Wishard, Helen,...
    • "Blue and Gold Week"; Special assembly starts big week in world of pep; Tonight's musical program has been well arranged; Frosh class prepared to present play as annual event; "Torch Lights": Blue and Gold Week, Candy counter, De Molay dance;...
    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Martha; Akagi, Ray; Altnow, Georgia; Aupperle, Doris; Barfell, Lawrence; Basron, Howard; Beebower, Sylvan; Bliss, Elizabeth; Boege, Violet; Booth, Charles J.; Boyce, W.T.; Brachensark, Mack; Brooks, Raymond C.; Brown, Marjorie...
    • Three hundred attend conference: fourteen colleges represented; F.J.C. holds fourth rank: Pasadena is largest of junior colleges in the Southland; Plummer named President of J.C. body; Men speak in favor of J.C.: California leads in development of...
    • Weekly Torch 01/30/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 01/30/1929
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Martha; Altnow, George; Anderson, Alexander; Arroues, Marcy [Marcelina]; Backs, Florence; Barilani, Alice; Battelle, Carol; Beard, Forest; Beard, Maynard; Beebe, Mary; Beebouer, Sylvan; Borst, R.W.; Brashears, Helen; Browne,...
    • "El Bandido" set for February 8-9: profits from production for fund, college scholarship account will [sic] money, short skits will be used for advertising - To present skits - Mistaken identity - Other leads; J.C. secretary leaves Friday: "Wanda"...
    • Weekly Torch 05/15/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 05/15/1929
    • Altnow, Georgia; Arroues, Marcy [Marcelina]; Aupperlle, Doris; Backs, Florence; Barilani, Alice; Beard, Forest; Bielefeldt, Dot; Bonosky, Edward; Boyce, W.T.; Burney, Dean; Bush, Corrine; Chanslor, Mildred; Crooke, Ned; Crowe, Illa; Culp,...
    • Polls open tomorrow: Burney runs for president - Candidate has long list of former successful activities (by Gerald Rapp); Vote Tomorrow for Your Man [promotional announcement]; Freshman [sic] plan Sophomore dance at Los Serranos; Jackson nominated...
    • Weekly Torch 09/18/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 09/18/1929
    • Ackley, Helen; Altnow, Georgia; Anderson, Alexander; Anderson, Roland; Annin, Bert; Arroues, Marcelina [Marceline]; Aupperle, Doris; Backs, Florence; Barilani, Alice; Beard, Forest; Beard, Maynard; Borst, R.W.; Boyce, W.T.; Boyd, Lyle; Brumfield,...
    • Flames from the Torch; New J.C. library now open to students: Miss Winifred Hawes made librarian - New locker rooms avoid congestion in halls; Two new courses in music offered: Pomona graduate to head glee clubs; Address of welcome at first...
    • Weekly Torch 10/23/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 10/23/1929
    • Ames, E.A.; Ames, Helen; Arroues, Marcelina; Ball, Esther; Barilani, Alice; Baxter, Bruce; Beard, Forest; Bell, George H.; Berry, Doris; Bonkosky, Ed; Borst, R.W.; Boyce, W.T. and Mrs.; Bruce, Pauline; Bryon, Russell; Bruington, Clay; Bulpitt,...
    • "Gleams from The Torch" Bill Queale Editor; Experienced flyer aviation instructor: wind-jammer to be used to teach students basis of gliding - E.G. Rowell, instructor has been active in plane industry since 1910; Commercial courses most popular;...
    • Weekly Torch 12/04/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 12/04/1929
    • Anderson, Virginia; Ashley, Alice; Bailey, Alice; Baker, Bob; Barragar, Nate; Barkdull, Madeline; Beard, Forest; Beebe, Winifred; Blacow, Chester; Boyce, W.T.; Brownell, Twyla; Burney, Dean; Carey, Mary; Carter, Claire H.; Cate, Leland; Chesley,...
    • Chil Hezmalhalch wins captaincy: hard plunging fullback wins on third ballot for leader of 1930 grid team - Ken Chesley, Bob Hezmalhalch, and Kermit Wood pull many votes in election - Chil's record for this season told - Had bad ankle - Stops...
    • Weekly Torch 05/07/1930

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    • Weekly Torch 05/07/1930
    • Aitken, Florence; Alf, Ray; Ames, Helen; Armstrong, Ella; Arroues, Marcelina; Bacon, Frank; Barilani, Alice; Beach, Homer; Beard, Forest E.; Bellomy, Donis; Bolado, Frederico; Bonkosky, Edward William; Borst, Richard Warner [R.W.]; Boyce,...
    • Annual Blue, Gold carnival Friday - Loudspeakers will attract business men: country [sic] wide parade begins at 2 p.m. in plaza - Vaudeville planned - Open-air cafeteria and booths attractive features - Opens with parade; Class of '30 to complete...
    • Weekly Torch 10/11/1933

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    • Weekly Torch 10/11/1933
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Artists-Australia-Exhibitions; Art; Landscapes; Painting; Student activities; Abbott, Lyman; Adden, Dorothy; Allen, Adaline; Ames, Helen; Ardzrooni, Leon; Backs, Evan; Barber, Frances; Barnes, Bob; Beardsley,...
    • Work Of Australian Artist On Display In Art Gallery: WORKS OF G. THOMPSON PRITCHARD SHOWN - "Autumn Glory in the Catskills" and "In the Orient, Algiers" Among Picturesque Landscapes Seen On Exhibit - Paintings Have Been Shown Widely in Eastern...
    • Weekly Torch 10/09/1936

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    • Weekly Torch 10/09/1936
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Proms; Balls (Parties); Big bands; Student activities; Androus, Anita Lee; Armstrong, Dick; Bender, Jane; Benny, Jack; Bonnet, Joe; Cadman, Jack; Cameron, Billy; Chapman,...
    • Fall Formal To Be Held In Gym Tomorrow Night: Dick Armstrong's Band To Supply Music At Prom - Rainbow Theme Planned For Annual Dance - With Dick Armstrong's orchestra providing the music, the annual fall formal will be held in the women's gymnasium...
    • Weekly Torch 12/17/1937

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    • Weekly Torch 12/17/1937
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Fullerton Junior College-Alumni and alumnae; Dance parties; Big bands; Big band music; Christmas decorations; Student activities; Allison, Earl "Pook"; Baker, Archie; Baker,...
    • Christmas Homecoming Dance Saturday: Yearling Class Sponsors Yuletide Swing - Hornet student will meet "old grad" tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. at the annual Homecoming Christmas Dance in the women's gymnasium. Clarence Wlliams' [sic] orchestra,...
    • Weekly Torch 12/16/1938

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    • Weekly Torch 12/16/1938
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Fullerton Junior College-Freshmen; Dance parties; Big bands; Christmas trees; Student activities; Adams, Don; Bandel, Norman; Bandel, Ray; Batinski, Louis; Bourns,...
    • XMAS DANCE IS LAST SOCIAL AFFAIR FOR 1938: FROSH SPONSOR ANNUAL ALUMNI HOMECOMING HOP - Williams' Orchestra To Play For Freshman Dance In Gym Tomorrow Night - A miniature forest of Christmas trees will transform the women's gym into a seasonable...
    • Weekly Torch 09/29/1939

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    • Weekly Torch 09/29/1939
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; College student government-Elections; Student activities; Allen, Bud; Allen, "Red"; Anderson, Forest; Austin, Bunny; Barton, Beth; Batinski, Louis; Baumbaugh, Eileen; Berry,...
    • Law Court Plans Completed: general election called for Friday to approve bill - Name decided - In an action unprecedented in student government history at Fullerton College the Student Commission recently adopted a measure that provides for the...

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