SJM Young Christian Students
in a lunch cents Francisco tournament. Mernorial Will Start Nev/Term ' By Julie Batti San Joaquin Memorial High School students will return Wednesday to commence a second semester of studies and activities. . . _ . . . . No classes will be held tomorrow or Tuesday while faculty members participate in a National Catholic Educational Association meeting in San Francisco. Rev. Todd Brown from Our Lady .of Perpetual Help Church in Bakersfield will be on campus Thursday morning to speak with junior and senior boys about vocations. will begin Thurs- California and . j or a musica i production ation's presented later in-the College Prep or Leadership Day. Ellery take library National Qualifying Feb. dancing abilities may try out for the program. Tryouts are expected to last for a week. "For seniors interested in immediate employment after high school, there will be representatives from the employment a,'bureau at WM /Â£ d ?yjTM"\ Pro- ing. Students TM" b ^ te ^"? * tKair go group's School be on: counseled to find where their, talents lie. ;' Sophomore and junior Young Christian Students groups have elected officers for the second term. Tina Musacchk) and Eliceche Triil lead the sophomore organization as president and secretary, respectively. Fri-\ Junior officers chosen y are: Maryanne Fazio, / president;, 'Kathleen Presciado, vice pres- treasurer.