Ad Of The Day

See “Mrs. Knight” if you wanted a job at the USC Upstairs Commons Restaurant in 1950.

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  • UCLA Dynasty

    I also like to show wives of students preference.

  • Trojan Dynasty

    This is hilarious! Guess there actually were student waiters, waitresses and bus boys at the Commons in the 50’s. I sure haven’t seen any scholar manual workers when I was a student at SC. Are there any actual SC students scooping up Orange Chicken at Panda Express on campus these days?

  • SDSillyCyclist

    Also note the assumption that all students were men, or at least that there weren’t any husbands of students looking for work… BTW, student were waiters at the faculty club where I went to school.

  • JustOwns

    goop never left.

    • marvgoux1

      There’s our favorite f uuclan.I thought you had ended your misery at your “waffle building”. Even our Women of Troy volleyball team denied you losers last night.

      • JustOwns

        Denied what?

        And goop, since when did you jump on the bozo chick sport band wagon? Are you so win/lose fragile that you succ up to any port in chick toejam SUCCess?

        goop pounds Owns with bozo chick win……..HUGE!

        • RegalTrojan

          It’s the eve of another big losing for Owens Ball! How thrilling! LOL!

        • marvgoux1

          Denied you a victory you f uuclan dunce. Now that your football and basketball programs are in a shambles women’s sports is all you have left and you can’t even beat us in those. Now go sit in the corner until you improve that loser attitude.

      • RegalTrojan

        Yep, it’s a total anomaly whenever SUCLA SUCCsters win anything, and anything at all!

  • Paul Muad’dib

    That’s funny. Nepotism on the flyer.

  • Gabby

    Don’t forget the donut makers

  • SucKiffin

    Somewhat how Pete hired his staff after 2004

    • gotroy22

      Wanted- half court basketball players.