Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

All-day card games, very popular with male students, often flowed out from the Hive into the patio area. When it was discovered in 1952 that gambling was involved, new campus regulations were issued to govern the card games, and eventually card playing was outlawed in and outside the Hive. In the late 1950s, the card games were replaced by never-ending ping pong games. On warm days, the patio area remained the center of leisure activity.
Tags: Hangouts, gambling, leisure, men