3 images. Examiner Scholastic Sports Association Advisory Council, 15 Novemberr 1960. J. Markey (Loyola); Guy Wrinkle (L.A. City Schools); Don Clarkson (San Diego); Carroll P. Lockridge (Westchester High School); Father Joseph F. Sharpe; Everett Chaffee; William Ruess (Bell High School); Ralph Alexander (Examination Sports Director); B.L. Bergstrom (El Monte); Dr. A. Ewing Konold (San Fernando State College); B.F. Jamison (Compton High School); Brother R. Augustine (Cathedral High School); Ray Rork (Freemont High School); Eddie Erwin (President American Federation of Teachers); William G. Lopez (Advisory Council); Lawrence E. Houston (Physical Education).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Wyman. Date: 1960-11-15. Reporter: Schaffell. Assignment: SSA Advisory Council. J. Markey, head journalism school, Loyola University; Guy Wrinkle, supervisor of athletics LA City Schools, and Don Clarkson, assistant supervisor of physical education, San Diego City Schools. 69-70: L to R, Carroll O. Lockridge, principal, Westchester High; Fr. Joseph F. Sharpe, superintendent of schools for archdiocese of Los Angeles; Everett Chaffee, advisory council general chairman and assoc. superintendent division of instructional services, LA city schools; William Ruess, principal Bell High: NOTE: RALPH ALEXANDER EXAMINER PREP SPORTS DIRECTOR STANDS TO LEFT OF LOCKRIDGE."Other caption slip reads: "Photographer: Wyman. Date: 1960-11-15. Reporter: Schaffell. Assignment: SSA Advisory Council. 78: Seated L-R: B.L. Bergstrom, superintendent El Monte School District; Dr. A. Ewing Konold, director of education, San Fernando State College; B.F. Jamison, assistant superintendent Compton Union High District; Brother R. Augustine, coordinator student activities Cathedral High School. Standing L-R: Ray Rork, vice principal Fremont High; Eddie Irwin, President American Federation of Teachers; William G. Lopez, Advisroy Council chairman. 77: L-R: Greeting others is Lawrence E. Houston, administrator, physical education safety and youth services branch of L.A. City Schools; Fr. James."