Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Despite the Depression and World War II, FJC students continued to form new clubs during this era, including the Varsity Club, shown here in 1935. The Club’s purpose was “to cement more firmly the friendships formed on the athletic field, to establish and maintain athletics on a plane with the ideals of the college, foster true sportsmanship, to maintain a high grade of scholarship among the athletes, and to serve the college in any capacity which it may be called upon.”
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