Circa 1938 Modesto Bee File Photo, Betty May Hamm. chosen queen of the 20-30 Club and Modesto Bee statewide junior college basketball tournament here last week, is shown presenting The Bee title trophy to Jack Robinson, captian of the Pasadena Junior College varsity. Pasadena defeated Modesto jaysee for the championship.
Circa 1938 Modesto Bee File Photo, Betty May Hamm. chosen queen of the 20-30 Club and Modesto Bee statewide junior college basketball tournament here last week, is shown presenting The Bee title trophy to Jack Robinson, captian of the Pasadena Junior College varsity. Pasadena defeated Modesto jaysee for the championship. Modesto Bee
Circa 1938 Modesto Bee File Photo, Betty May Hamm. chosen queen of the 20-30 Club and Modesto Bee statewide junior college basketball tournament here last week, is shown presenting The Bee title trophy to Jack Robinson, captian of the Pasadena Junior College varsity. Pasadena defeated Modesto jaysee for the championship. Modesto Bee
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