Excerpt from The Southern Campus of 1929, Vol. 10
All business of the Associated Students is cleared through the General Manager's office which has under its supervision the athletic and financial matters of the Stephen W. Cunningham, California '10, the General Manager, has charge of all athletic schedules, coaches, and equipment. Transactions regarding contracts are all carried out through his Office. Plans are going forward under Mr. Cunningham for the Students Union Build! Ing at Westwood which includes the offices, alumni offices, publications headquarters, and a hall for social functions. Much thought has also been given to the construction of a football stadium and athletic buildings. Lowell Stanley 528 is the assistant to the manager and is in charge of the details of sport events as well as overseer of the sport managers. Lowell has proven invaluable to Mr. Cunningham during the past year.
Miss Elsie M. Jeffrey, the cashier, has been in the office six years and has as a background the greater part of the growth of the Associated Students up to its pres' ent size. Miss Thelma Evans has served in capacity of stenographer for a number of years, and James Billings has acted as bookkeeper in the office for the past year. With this staff of competent workers the is well prepared to take care of a greatly increased business which seems to be assured the Association for the near future when the University is established in its new home at Westwood. Many new problems are destined to arise with this change.
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