Armstrong College - Aldus Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1954

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:fe 45 fl .fl I P! Q3 2 '1 L f 5 i' ,s 7 5 9 I 5 'S xi. E' vz 3 i' I e 'E 1 S I il 'e I ,I 3 B 4 1 s 1 s 'r f x U 1 . T! . ,, ,.- eq' -1,-'ff -A , . .. -.-f V ---b ,1 -Wg, - Q - ,. -, ,-,..-' ,L-, , . . . ww W , , Q 4, , , ,,A ,vp , N 41 V. my V, ,I , . I. v, . .Ak , , ,nf Q I . 1574 ,L K4 5 . ' QZAQEI' . Ll.-EE . ' 'li n .. A-':'u1"' " ir A' : ."' 'i5Q. l..i!r'V V ' 1' . ..A" A5'I I 'r x THE ALIIUS 9 PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ARMSTRONG COLLEGE BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA . v , -F Y . , - ,, THE AGE YVE LIVE IN We live in the s'Atomlc Agef' Not only has man learned to control the elements, but he has progressed from a primitive civilization to a highly technical and specialized form of what is called amodern living." Armstrong College, too, has advanced and has turned out thousands of young men and women to master the business world. Starting with the practical skills, the program of Armstrong College was ex- panded to include four-year college work in accounting, business management, business education, secretarial administration, and world trade in 1923-241. The graduate school was organized in 1929, the junior college division and the major in the professional field of merchandising in 1932. Majors in credit management, industrial management, finance and banking, insurace, real estate., advertising, and sales management were first organized as complete professional majors in 1940. The major in business journalism was added in 1947, and the last major- the major in traffic management-was organized in 1948. The Associated Students was organized in the fall of 1923g tl1e Major Clubs and the Advisory System were started about the same time. Most of the traditions of the college had their beginning in the middle '20's.i They included the minor and major club or welcome tea, and.the quarterly lll1XCl'. Sixty different admin- ,. tt Ill Ill MII' W? nf Isp r . in un I "I aj al.. istrations have provided the leadership for the Associated Students of Armstrong College. Starting with a simple publication, the Private Secretary was edited and pro- duced hy Donald Roland and Charles Savage. These were followed by other newspapers entitled: The Sorting Tub, The Waste Basket, the Armstrong Journal, and finally, the Knight. The publication of earlier works in this field was sporadic, but more recently the college paper has come out about twice monthly. The first yearbook, the Aldus, was published in 1925. Since that time, with the exception of a few years during the great depression and Vlforld Watt' Il, the Alflns has been issued annually. Starting out with six students in June, 1918, one htzndred and sixteen in October-four months later-and up to twelve hundred in 1947 and 1948 repre- sents the growth in student attendance matching the growth in Berkeley. The college was started in three rooms in the old First National Bank Building at the corner of Shattuck and Center., moved to the U.C. Theater Building on University Avenue in April, 1920, and into the present modern site at Harold Way and Kitlredge on the 24th of November, 1923. ln 1950 the College purchased the Frenzcl property on Bancroft Way for further classroom and building ex- pansion. Accompanying all these things came a refinement in educational organization and the development of coordinated training plans fblueprintsj which have represented a distinct contribution to the whole cause of American education. ln all these ways, Armstrong College has kept pace with the rapidly advancing 'iatomic-minded" scientists who are creating a world that is not far from Utopia. If business is your calling., master it and master it WELL. 7 . ,ne , fi f , til , III as MM' Ev ,Jig-. lf' ,ls ...W ... . . . M?-We sat X WEB: X W Q - 1 DEDICATION To Leslie A. W1'ight, Counselor, born in Ne- vada in 1866, now remarkably in his 88th year, with keen mind, sound judgment and an honest wish to be helpful to all of us, we dedicate the Aldus of 1954. LARRY WEST, JR. Advertising Pnl ZETA December 12, 1925 July 9, 1953 IN MEM0llIAM L. L. DEAL, B.A. Asst. Prof. of Accounting June 9, 1893 May 12, 1953 MR. ARMSTRONG PEIlFECTl0N ln these days of big business and industry and complex organizations, educa- tion specifically tailored for top vocational objectives becomes a vital essential for every man and Woman who would exercise the leadership of a key or chief executive position tomorrow. One does not have to turn back the pages very many years to find that the field of applied economies was almost wholly undeveloped. Because of the tremendous pressure for more sound financing, more efficient pro- duction, more adequate distribution, and more enlightened direction of all the factors in the modern enterprise, the field of knowledge having to do with busi- ness and industry became the fastest growing phase of all the fields of knowledge. Business education had to keep pace. The colleges and universities had to expand their training so that the increasing demand for trained personnel might be met. Today the great corporate enterprises are literally combing the campuses of our institutions of higher learning for the cream of the crop-young men and young wolnen with strong personalities, good work habits and attitudes, and. excel- lent scholarship records symbolizing the development of those logical powers of the mind essential in analyzing weighty problems and making sound decisions which may affect the well-being of the whole nation. It is not enough to take a given subject. lt is vital that the leader of the future build the strengths while in training which will groom him for high responsibility tomorrow. To build these strengths it is essential that the student do his best. That best today must be better than yesterday, and the best for the tomorrows must symbolize the growing stature of man. Perfection may not have been achieved, but the challenge of doing one's best will have been met. ESTHER P. ARMSTRONG Mastery of subject matter is a worthy goal whether it be in the training for a musician, an engineer, a farmer or a business student. Today girls are taking their places beside their brothers in the important field of business. Wl1a't would businesses large and small do if they were not? It would be hard to answer. And how interesting and challenging young women are finding their work in the business world. It would he difficult for 'them to picture them- selves in the position, of their grandmothers, when it was considered improper for a Hl'espectable" girl to venture beyond the field of teaching or nursing. Marriage no longer means the end of a career for a young woman. Thousands today are working full-time to assist husbands through their college preparation, possibly taking a recess of a few years when their children are small. More than a few women have returned to the ofiieewhen their children were old enough to assume some of the household responsibilities. Children, in turn, have taken pride in their mother's new hair style, her new business wardrobe, and the new alert- ness which she has developed. Those who have spent adequate time and effort to become well prepared for a business position need not feel that they have something that will soon become outmoded and useless. It will always be at hand ready to serve them. A short period of brush-up may he needed, but how much better it is to be prepared than to find oneself in a possible emergency at middle life with neither training nor experience. Hold on to your opportunity to train, master your subjects, build a scholarly record, and you can take pride and Hnd satisfaction in your work. The world has a place for you. 8 -in FACULTY LYDIA OSMUS, B.S., M.B.A. Asst. Prof. of Sec. Adm. BRUCE P. FLOOD, B.S., M.B.A. Assoc. Prof. of International Trade LOUISE H. DUNKEL Director ofthe School of Sec. Adm. ELSIE HESS, B.S. Asst. Prof. of Sec. Adm. J. E. BEDFORD, B.S., M.B.A. Assoc. Prof. of Merchandising Director of Cooperative Training WALTER SAFIR, B.S. Asst. Prof. of Sec. Adm. Head of Typing Department CHARLES S. GILMER, A.B., L.L.B. Asst. Prof. of Jurisprudence ABE BRUMER, B.B.A., C.P.A. Asst. Prof. of Accounting GABRIEL P. OLIVERA, C.C.R. Asst. Prof. of Sec. Adm. FRANK ELLSWORTH, M.B.A. Asst. Prof. of Real Estate ONA H. McCAULLEY, A.M. Asst. Prof. of Sec. Adm. ROSALIE JOHNSON, A.B., M.A. Assoc. Prof. of English and Speech Head of English Department IRENE SARTORI Instructor of Sec. Adm. DOROTHY RAMSAY, B.B.A. Instructor of Accounting EDWIN TURK, B.S., C.P.A. Asst. Prof. of Accounting CHARLES C. MOFFATT, M.B.A., P.A. Asst. Prof. of Accounting EDWIN E. TROXELL, M.A. Professor of Management Director, School of Management ROBIN EARL WOODRUFF, B.S., M.B.A. Assoc. Prof. of Accounting and Finance Director School of Accounting SCOTT E. SEAGER. M.A. Assoc. Prof. of Econ. and Transportation nm as L 4, 0 ,Ma W . V, f " . " . W , 'yfiiw 1532 Y 'wb an 35,3568 I0 ADMINISTBATl0N LESLIE A. WRIGHT Vocational Counselor ALTA F. WINTER., BS., M.A. Registrar ELIZABETH E. JORDAN, A.B. Secretary MARILYN MONTGOMERY Secretary SALLY HILTON, A.B. Advertising Supervisor, Cashier JOHN E. ARMSTRCNG, B.B.A. Manager, Treasurer PAT MOONEY Manager, Book Store JOHN L01-Ez 'I' ll E Editor RON COWAN MONTE TURK Business M anagcr Sales Manager MICHELA ALLEMANDI JERRY FREDENBURG Photo Placer Layout and Proofrealler qv? NY' -f 5, A F' el f ' f, , 5 ff' 2 . .Y a si X f y If 5 -V 1, .-1' ,iq 1 . fm? . - N' Hmwf.. ERLAND A. MALLINEN Managing Editor FF JOAN TOGO Secretary INGRID JOHNSON Assistant Sales Manager ll 4l-- THE 35th ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT EXEBCISES I2 l - The night of April 17 found the school auditorium brimming with wives, hus- bands, relatives., and friends of the 148 candidates for graduation, 13 who received 111aster"s degrees, 76, the bachelor's, and 59, diplomas and certificates. Charles F. Walker and President J. Evan Armstrong were recipients of the LL.D. Degree. Dr. Walker, president of the Northwestern School of Commerce, delivered the commencement address and the student speakers from the graduating class were Robert E. Reves, Jr., and Arthena Bell. Curn Laude awards went to Arthena E. Bell, Joanna Carley., James B. Craven, Vernon E. Crosier, John P. Erbez, Walter O. Farber, Robert E. Reves, Jr., Jerry Sullivan, and Horace M. Sumner. Honorable Mention awards went to Lois M. Amerine, Frances I. Eastlick, Barbara L. Farr, Madeline M. Giachetto, Barbara Gorman, Janet A. Jones, Leon R. Klein, and Ruth B. Tower. Tllll 'Sith ANNUAL CDMMENCENIENT AND ll0Ml CDMING DINNER DANCE All of us who attended the dinner dance at the Leamington Hotel last April 18 will long remember the occasion. A history of Armstrong College's progress over the past 35 years featured the program. A large group of alumni was present who graduated before many of the current students were horn and at every table you could hear, "now way hack when . . ." Murray Peterson provided the music, and guests danced till the wee hours. A vote of thanks is due to the alumni and students who spent long hours arranging the aHair which drew a capacity crowd. I3 -l I4 Conclxita M. Acuntiludo lilczxnur V. Ching Amonu Nnnmzv Juan Hz-rg General Private Priuuze Leone Margaret Blackwood Patricia Ann Brown juan Marin Button Secretary, BA. Private Primm: John Pivvmll licrtcll, ILS. Marlene C. Birnbcn liu.vilu'.v.v Jlurmgcnzvnl, M.B..-1. Privale Ilmnrgo C. Culmivlm Nlurioriz' Ann Curl:-mn ,-lrrrrnmlillg, li.B.zl. Priuule May K. M. Chang Barbara Lee Cllr-rfvlxi llvlcn Patricia Cllclelncmlns. llurin Linda Chinn Jmncs llcnry Cooper Accounting, A..-1. Private 13.5. ,llvrclnunlising Munngvmrnl. Accounting, B.lf.A. lluxinnss Jlllllzzgelllelll, M.H..f1. ILS. Vernon Earl Crosier, l3.l3.,-X. Ilolrcrl .l. Dcsclier, Jr. Virginia Juno Douglass Beverly Ann Dililnggin Elmer H. Edmzxn Business Managvmunl, Jll.Il..-I. Jllvrulmmlising xllunugvnwnl, Crrwrnl .9vrn'1r1ry, xl..-I. flccmmling, B.S. GB UATES ILII..-1. Dun H. Fisher flrrcaunling, BJLA Doris C. Gunnuemu Privale S Snnmku Fukuulurn .funn Maru Glrul . General I nvule Hulmrl Francis Ilcnnm Wxllmm Darrrll Hoour Businms Fllulzugwrzurt B S Huxzrzess llfmugoment, B B A Furl F Johnson, B S G1-rulrlinn Jvhnsnn Slxcrmun J. .Innes Mako knudzoy, Busy Slngeko Kngmu liusxness Munugf nun! M II I Sm'rf'lur-Y, AMI. xlvcoluxlilzg, B B I Genera Prwale keith Kmg Hz-nry W. Kiruhuur. Jr. Chris Kilcus Jr I x-nn R lx un Bernard Kruger lhnunvs fllanug: lnrnl If If 4 Sul:-x .'llu1mgr'm:'1ll, ILS. lh:ximvx.v Iilruulgvlmml H ll 4 Buunvu llnnagvmflrl I' S lnvuranre B S GII UATES Lindy Junk MeAteu Min-lm:-l J. Mel.unghlin lirlannl .-X. Xlullinvu Wullural ll, Mullurp Nlinrlint-l Murklium .'lrc'uunting. B..-I. World Tnzrlu, B.B.A. Huximfss Kllumlgurur-nl, H.H..'l, ,-Iz'1'u1m1ing, ILS. Sulfur Jlunugrnwul, 11.5. Nancy Haw Massingill 'Yoln Noeluui Mew-r lillwin Nl. Miiln Rirlmrrl IC. Milli-r Edith Mitsounugu Serrelurv. A..-I. Secretary, 11.11. .'l1'r'mmll'ng, B.5. Iiusimaxx .llnrmgvmf-nr, b'.lI.,'l. Uunuml Srzvelruy ass-f Hr- .ssl - :SE ss' B W H E Psalm W s s me as sw Qantas ig ME f ss 1' 55 ei Q- :M Tse sg: ss H sf ss, , s. H, its s mam s. ss Q We as W M 1. H ss, sl . fs H ss A-aims SVR -1 gwuasc af. 'M' aww H ss s rx sl l'zxlri1:ia :L Muuney G:-urge Duvinl Morrison. Jr. Petter 'I'lmnms Mullet' Curl G. Nylnnu Cllurlvs William OW-rlvll Se-crelury, Priuule Business Murmgenzenl, B.1i.fl. Huximfss Muuzlgrlncril, ILS. llusinvss lllnnugumunl, If.Ii.,-Al. Wurlrl Trade, ll'.B..4. Arthur H. Pedersen, Jr. .-Xlejo Marcos Pon, B.S. Raymond Lee Pryor Dorothy Jane l'uniu Dorothy lhnnsay :llerclmndising Munagemenl, World Trade, M.B..4. flveaulllirig, H.lI..-I. Svcrvlury, fl..-I. flccamuling, l1.lI..'l. l3.li..4. CAMERA SHY: James B. Craven, B.B.A., Business Man- agement, M.B.A.g Avery L. Rogers. B.B.A., Business Manage- ment, M.B.A.g Vincenta F. Escano, A.l'i., Merchandising Management, M.S.g Robert Castronovo, Accounting, B.B.A.g Norman Florian Carnal, Business Management, B.B.A.g Rob- ert D. Closson, Business Management, B.B.A.: Stanley S. Fong, Business Management, B.B.A.g William Adolph Hart- mann, Business Management, B.B.A.g Donald J. Mayol, Busi- ness Management, B.B.A.g Paul E. Watts, Business Manage- ment, B.B.A.g Barbara Marie C. Lewis, Merchandising Management, B.S.g John J. llarni, Real Estate, B.B.A.g George E. Herbert, Accounting, B.S.g Ralph Long, Account- ing, B.S.g Herminio Pugay, Accounting, B.S.g W. Ellis Swan, Accounting, B.S.g Dennis A. Wilson, Business Jour- lil' .1 . il '4 'Tr rntsln llmlrigncz. ll. Xlilsuu- Shimizu Alma Nzulinc Slllllll n.mrun1'i-, .'l..Al. Svrrv-fury, ,4.fl. Cumrrul ruku llenrivlla- 'l'uknlclu'n lsulu-l 'l':1vlnr ,luvknlvn lim' 'l'lmrun l'riv.'nlc Cvrwrul Private 'GL' 4 Ina Jenn Smith John G. Spang Secretary, A.,-1. Businesx Munugemenl, B.B.f1. Shirley .lt-an Vantlerliout Belly .lean Vick Private General lr:-mf K. Yimlniknwn Gloria lm- Zishka Chnrlz-s William Overfelt, Mary Oy Fong ll:-nv-ml Prizfulr- B.B.A. World Trade, M.B..4. Private f- F' - x., xi 4 Pi -aff '11 . . ll 1 Lllrisloplier You inner illrumgenlrfnl, ILII..-I. in ll'l:u'iv Gunn-in S vvrolury, .4 . A . GB . DI ATIES nalism, B. S., Norman M. Licht, Business Management, B.S., Patrick Leroy Merrigan, Business Management, BLS., Willie Sue, Business Management, B.S., Janice Perkins Thomas, Secretarial Administration, B.S., Mathilda Cook, A.B., Col- lege Graduate Secretarial Certificate, Janet Gillett, B.A., Col- lege Graduate Secretarial Certificate, Virginia Helene Irvine, B.A., College Graduate Secretarial Certificate, Raquel Her- nandez Latham, College Graduate Secretarial Certificate, Betty K. lmada, Secretarial Administration, A.A.g Armanda Laura Francesconi, Private Secretarial, Mollie S. Fukurnoto, Private Secretarial, Marilee Henderson, Private Secretarial, Jeannett J. Holm, Private Secretarial, Elizabeth M. Holm- gren, Private Secretarial, Jessie Ann MacDonald, Private Secretarial, June Claire Petersen, Private Secretarial, Beverly June Coleman, General Secretarial, Elanor Marie Domingos, General Secretarial, Adrianne Claire Durham, General Secretarial, Wanda Jeanne Lane, General Secre- tarial, Patricia Ann Prosise, General Secretarial, Charlotte Ann Ward, General Secretarial, Joanne Beverly Weiner, General Secretarial. , I7 STUDENT COUNCIL First Row, left to right: Teresa Stanley, Wol11en's Representativeg Beverly DiMaggio, Social Secretaryg Geraldine Johnson, Social Seeretaryg Robert Desdier, Men's Representativeg Teruko Takakura, Secretaryg Donald Mayol, Student Body Presidentg Beatriz de Bedout, Vice-Presidentg Shirley Vanderbout, President Secretarial Clubg Nancy Massingill, President Thespiansg Charles Overfelt, President 7-Seas Clubg Lita Moriconi, Wo111en's Representative. Second Row: .loan Togo. Secretaryg Ronald Young, Athletic Directorg Bernard Kruger, President Business Management Cluhg Lloyd Hamilton, Student Body Presidentg Erland Mallinen, Aldus Editorg Robert Closson. Student Body Presidentg Keith Sandrock, President Business Management Clubg Lindy MvAtee, Treasurerg Robert Barbee, President Accounting Clubg John Lopez, Aldus Editorg Jack Bed- ford, Advisor. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL First Row, left to right: Charles Moffat CAdv'isorJ, Lita Moriconi, Beatriz de Bedout, Lenore Osborne, Dorothy Erickson lSecretary-Treasurer, Sigma Iota Chit, Beverly DiMaggio, James Phillipson, William Plumley, Donald Mayol, William Charles. Second Row: Robert Murphy, Stan Deno CPresident, Kappa Sigma Kappal, Robert Closson, Charles Overfelt. l. ln l Y f f 1 X- . . -1rr':.r'Ji- 'Q V 1 dw V KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA First Row, left to right: Mus Tnkuno, Ron Young, Mr. Woodruff ihonorary memberl , Bill Charles Knew Pl'C5llll3IIl,, Robcrl Closson Coulgoing Presiclenll, Mr. Troxell fAdvisorl, Bill Blackburn lsergennl ul AFIIISJ, Ben Valdez fSecretaryJ. Second Row: Mike McLaughlin, Norm Weber, Daryl 'Blll?l'liII'l3lll lTre:lsurerl. Ron Benson, Art Pederson, Lloyd Hamilton, Monte Turk., Al Rinelli, Stun Deno IVicc-Presidenll, Rudy Tony. Third Row: Dirk Graham, ,luck Lynch lHis- torinnj, George Herbert, Bill Hoover, Fred Greenberg, Don Muyol, Keith Snndrock, Mert Creenebalum QCl1aplninl, Harvey Thomas, Bob Hieman. ' fi me ll! BW Mum: ill -mv PHI ZETA First Row, left to right: Myron Parr fSecreta1'y-Treasurer?, Robert Desdier, Mr. Flood lAdviso1-I, Eugene White CPresidentl, Robert Murphy fVice-Presidenll, Jack Jones. Second Row: Leon Klein, Richard Miller, Keith King, Charles Overfell, Henry Kirchner, Lindy M1'Alee. ,FX .Q A 'RW 2 xxagigj -.--. .,., Q VT.-.-D. -ff. ., , sms SIGMA KAPPA LAMBDA First Row, left lo right: Roherl Burhec, Jerry Mngoon, Edward Mican, James Phillipson fPresi- denti. Clurcnve O'Flynn, Jack Bedford fAdvisorP. Second Row: Masuki Nitasuki, Robert Stock- nml, William Plllllllffy C'I'l'eusnrel'l. James Cooper. Guy Dolson QVice-Presidentl, Robert Watson, Irving: Elliott. if 1 wld l 5 . , I 1 x..f may fn 'ff Lf ALPHA SIGMA RHO First Row. loft to righl: Christopher Yee, Dorothy Ramsay, ,lack Bedford fAdvisorD, Marion Hans fSecrclury5. Richard Miller. Second Row: Leon Klein, Charles Overfelt fPresidentJ, Lindy McAtee, Keith King lVicc-Presidcntl. Standing: Henry Kirchner. Not pictured: Teresa Stanley, Eleanor Lee, John Lopez, Joan Togo. :rave af' :NJA 'A Q 5 E is mu., M is SWK ,Q mam W in i ,. me x ' ri to , ,e may ax! M., M Y Willis iww rf? Q Q E i as omg A - S, , be W 1 1 . . . is N :.. 5 ': if A ,. e is -. mrs av-Tp H , ,A ss we .emsnm Rm ws xg Q' I E1 M H. M BETA PHI GAMMA First Row, left to right: John Lopez fVice-Presidentl , Marion Haas fSecrclaryJ , Ina Jean Smith, Michael McLaughlin fPresiclentJ, Pat Couveia, Erlanfl Mallinen. Second Row: Aflclie Snively. Margaret Pangelinan, Joan Togo, Dorin Chinn, Helen Fujii. gl Q l f Y SIGMA IOTA CHI First Row, left to right: Dorothy Erickson Iljledge Directressi, Marion Haas, lngridl Johnson fGuarclJ, Beverly DiMaggio fTreasurerJ, Shirley Vanderbout CWOrll1y Protcclrcssl, Lenorc Osborne CWorthy Matronl, Teresa Stanley CWortl1y Scrilmeb, Nancy Massingill fldeal Chairman! , Lorraine Katzakian fPin ChairmanJ. Second Row: Mrs. Rosalie Johnson CSponsorJ., Donna Colden, Carol Ann Jones., Noreen Kimbo, Marlene Biraben, Janice Cassaday, Elaine Perry. Carolyn Cromwell, Lois Kinflt, Kay Shelton. Third Row: Margie Schott, Lois Haucll, Joan Button, Joan Girot fParchment Editori, Barbara Checchi, Joan Wiegmann, Jacqueline Russell, Dianne Pursell, Addie Snively. 41 nr Z 'inf CHINESE CLUB First Row, left to right: Jack Bedford fAclvisorl, Philip Wong fPublicity Directorl , Doris Chinn fPrcsidenlJ, Eleanor Lee fVice-Presiclenlj Christopher Yee fsoeial Clmirmanl, George Fong. Second Row: Hazel Lim, Mary Fong, Benjamin Ang, Edna Chan iSocial Chairnlanl, Eleanor Ching, May Chang. QB 3 NISEI CLUB First Row, left no right: Sylvia Honda., Hiromi Kujiwara CTreasurerJ, Mollie Fukumoto CPresi- denll, Lyclia Osmns CArlvisorJ, Helen Fujii, Mitsue Shimizu fSecretaryD, Joan Togo fSocial Seurelaryl. Sefroml Row: Kujord Yoneyzlmu, Kimi Narita, Ruby Tsuhouehi, Irene Yoshikawa, Edna Cham, Michiko Okumura. Lily Tumnyori. Third Row: Kenneth Maedn, Hiromichi Mifune, Dick Nakano, Musaki Takuno, Masuki Nitasakn. Q : "HUI O HAWAII NEI" CHAWAIIAN CLUB? First Row, left to right: Noreen Kramer, Vivian Lizama, Joan Togo fScc1'claryl , Primrose K,illl6- aku CPresidentJ , Pauline Damaso, Helen Koshiyama. Second Row: Joan Fcrrciro, Eloise Chong, May Chang., Dorothy Chang, Barbara Kahale, Janice Chi, Gaylorc Tyau, Lily Tamayori, Dorothy Puuio. Third Row: Walter Salir KAdvisorJ, Kenneth Maeda, Willizllix Chang CTreasurer7, Edmund Funaku fVice-Presidentl, Richard Yamamoto, Susan Alvaro, Eleanor Amona Ching. 1 n .....,,,.,,- WWIH BUSINESS MANAGEMENT First Row, left to rigl1t:John Lopez, James C. Phillipson, Masaki Tukano, Rodney Ernst, ,lorry l7rt-clcnlmrg, Glarvncc O'l7'lynn, Erlanil lilullinon, Monte Turk. Robert Closson, Bernard Kruger, Christopher Yee, Erlwurcl Miczm. Scffonrl Row: Helen Ghele- meclos, lrlelen Fujii, Doris Chinn, Marion Haus. Eleanor Lee, Kay Shelton, Tlu-ltna Jackson, Scart-taryg Keith Sanclrock, Presirlcntg Bill Blackburn, Vice-l'rcsirlt'ntg Stan Dt-no, Henry Kirchner, Ronald Goya, Third Row: Benjamin Ang, Jcrry Magoon, Dcrek Becker, Carl Peters, Bob Murphy, Ron Young, Jack Lynch, Nicholas Demetry, Keith King, Leon Klein, Robert Antaki Werner Yun, Phillip Wong, Robert Stockancl. Fourth Row: Richard Miller, Elliot Brenner, Vincent Baldini, Glen Rompel, Dick Nakano. Ron Benson, Don Mayol, Fred Greenberg, Harvey Thomas, Bob Desclier, Peter Fink, Gordon Foletta, Larry LaLone. SECRETAR IAL CLUB First Row, left to right: Sharon Byrne, Norita Neilson, Nora Wong, ,lean Prichett, Beverly Crackncll, Diane Musso, Pat Brown. Janice Thomas, Evelyn Rico, Jane Van Rysselherghe, Betty Taylor. Seconrl Row: Donna Golclen,Jean Busby, Mary .lane Smith, Aildic Snivi-ly, Mary Fong, Elaine Perry, Dianne Pursell, loan Wtfigiiizinn, Joan Girot, Barbara Checchi, lngritl Johnson, Dorothy Erickson, Lcnore Osborne, Shirley Smith, Noreen Kimbo, Mary Elliot, Margaret: Pangclinnn, Georgia Moore, Janet Torretta. Thin! Row: Myrna Dempsey, Gerri Johnson, Beverly DiMaggio, Hazel Lim, Dorothy Punio, Vice-Presiclentg Miss Sar- tori, Mrs. Hess, Mrs. Dunkel, Mr. Olivera, Shirley Vanclcrbout, President, Mitsuc Shimizu, Sccretaryg Maria Atoique, Grace Ruhsamen, Sylvia Honda, Terry Takakura. Fourth Row: Roberta Clinton, Eleanor Amona, Mollie Fukumoto, Michiko Okamura, Elizabeth Holmgren, Irene Yoshikawa, Jessie MacDonald, Lita Moriconi, Janice Cassacly, Mr. Safir, Beatriz de Bedout, Margie Schott, J ane Pasque, Primrose Kaheaku, Gaylore Tyau, Jacko- lynn Rae Thorne, Alice Sumiyoshi, Ina Jean Smith, Pat Gouveia. Fifth Row: Carol Ann Jones, Lois Hauch, Ruth Rucldach, Mar- lene Folger, Jackie Russell, Helen Faulkner, Teresa Stanley, Marjorie Carlson, Helen Wilcox, ,loan Button, Nancy Massingill, Nancy Berg, Sylvia Wood, Sonja Henrikson, Jeannette Holm, Ruby Tsubouchi. ACCOUNTING CLUB First Row, left to right: Richard Michener, Ingrid Johnson, Lorraine Katzakian, Guy Dotson, Alla Sosansky., Barbara Kutz, James Cooper. Second Row: Edna Chan, Mabel Pyzel, Robert Barhee, Florence Haywood, Charles Moffatt, Dorothy Ramsay, Robin WoodrulT, Lloyd l?I:nnilI,on, Ben Valdez, Ron Cowan, Mike McLaughlin, Wormtlrosm' Atchison. Third Row: Masuki Nitasaka, Norman Weber, Willialn Plulnley, Don Fisher, Jerry McCuan, Ellis Swan, Robert Castronovo, Carolyn Cromwell, Lois Kindt, Richard Yamamoto. Fourth Row: Cyril Pura, Irving Elliott, Larry Raddatz, John Shinlko, Gene Masseth, John Barham, 'Edmund Funaku, George Camavho, Lindy McAtec, Williztnl Chang, George Fong. max gm , if x r H, MACHINE-STENO CLASS First Row, left to right: Dorothy Punio, Addie Snively, Ingrid Johnson, Margaret Pangelinan, Miss Satori. Mr. Olivera, Lois Hauch, Ruth Rudflach, Dianne Pursell, Shirley Vanderhout. Second Row: Eleanor Amona, Teruko Takakura, ,lackelyn Thorne, Norita Neilsen, Ina .lean Smith, Carol Ann Jones, Patricia Gouveia, Beverly DiMaggio, Marlene Birahen. Third Row: Myrna Dempsey, .lanice Thomas, Jacqueline Russell, Barbara Checci, .loan Cirol, Erland Mallinen, Helen Wilcox, Virginia Irvine, Gail Faust. 1 7-SEAS CLUB First Row, lull fo riglzl: Chester Kumle, Alejn Mains Pon, Miclleln Allemancli, Mr. Flood. Second Row: Noel Zimmerman fl'resiflcnl D . Cllurles W. Overfcll, .luanito Mojares, Somlsoon Cllandrisoi. YOUR STUDENT-BODY PRESIDENTS Left to right: Roller! Closson, December 1953 no June 19533 Donald Mayol, June 1953 to Decem- her1953g Lloyd Hamilton, December 1954: to June 1954. A REAL ESTATE CLASS Mr. Frank Ellsworth., who is standing at the extreme right, is lecturing to il class in real estate finance. First Row, left to right: William Plumley, Helen Chelemedos, Panlriclc Merrigun, Filo- mena Funtunilla, John Beglin, Arthur Pedersen, Norman Weber, Roluerl Huslcd. Second Row: Duaine Lansing, Robert Burhee, Edward Mican, Henry Kirchner., Clmrlcs Overiull, .lohn Pen- hertlly, Ellis Swan, George Czunncho, Richard Miller, Lindy M1:Atce, Bernard Kruger, Jack Jones. A SEMINAR IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IIAWAIIAN NIGHT. Hawaii was transplanted lo Armstrong College Auditorium on .luly 17, 1953. Students and fac- ulty lllCllllJCl'H came dressed in colorful printed dresses and shirts, surongs, and mumoos. Every- one danced lo the rhythm of swaying palm trees, the soft strums of ukulclcs, and the music of Murray Peterson. 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A I Ill ' 15: 2 I 1 -' F 3" ' ff Z ,www 1-, , 1, u , LQ, Z Q .'. 4 , 'pw ' J A Y A-, , ,fi I ' .1 x D69 is. 19 5 01 SIGMA IOTA CHI PLEDGE DANCE Thirteen pledges of Beta Sigma chapter and their escorts were honored at the St. Francis Hotel, December 4, with a formal dinner and dance. Fall quarter pledges are Lois Kindt., Carolyn Cromwell, Joan Weigmann, Janice Cassaday, Donna Golden, Beverly Hansen, Lois Hauch, Carol Jones, Elaine Perry, Diane Pnrsell, Margie Schott, Jacqueline Russell and Noreen Kimho. THE FIRESIDE The most successful Fireside ever was held at Sanborn Lodge., Oakland, March 6. Attracted by the Weiner roast and dance, over one hundred students and their friends attended the function. An unexpected program of entertainment made the evening more enjoyahleg dancing by the Hawaiian students, a dance by Lloyd Hamilton and Marta Deasg finally others joined the group to add to the fun. YELL LEADERS, left lo right: Gerri Johnson, xvllllflll TEAM. First Row, left to right: Mas Tzikano, Captain Lune. Teresa: Stanley fllend Yell Lender! . Ron Young, Monte Turk, Hideo Tanaka. Second Row: Merl Greenelmum, Jerry McCuan, John Beglin, Bill lilarkfnurn, George Herbert, Don Campe, Coach Dan Taylor. Not pictured: Ron Benson. SPUIITS The Armstrong Cagers this year were an oulnianned outfit, but never an out- fought quintet. ln twenty-three gznnes, they showed lots of hustle, but never could get ai sustained offense going for them. On in Jer, the season could he classified as hoiiw disastrous' but to the fellows l l is v on the team und the fans who faithfully followed the cagers, it Was far from being at disastrous season. ln zu dozen of' their QILIIIIPS, they played brilliant ball for the first half, hut the uphill second half was too much for them. Their usually taller o 1 ioncnts usually snuflcd the life out of' all their rallies and for ed ahead. I. I . 3 ' To the students who did turn out for the games, we, the players, extend our heartiest THANKS. , as SIGDIA IOTA Clll fi li! if JY' First Row, left to right: Ingrid Johnson fGuurdW, Joan Cirot, Beverly DiMaggio fWortl1y Keeper of the Trcusuryl, Second Row: Nancy Perry, Lois Haucll, Carol Jones fPnrchment Editor? . Third Row: Nancy Massingill, Marion Haas, Kay Shelton fPledge Directressl. Fourth Row: Donna Golden, Noreen Kimbo, Lois Kindt CPin Chuirmanl. LENORF nrlhy Mutron , OSBORNIL W MRS. RosALifi Joi Sponsor JNSON Yan rf! First Row, left to right: Shirley Vanclerbout CWorlhy Proleclressl, Teresa Stanley fWorthy Scrihel, Dorothy Erickson. Second Row: Lor- raine Kalzakinn, Janice Cussaday, Marjorie Schott. Third Row: Addie Snively, Dianne Pursell, Beverly Hanson. Fourth Row: Jackie Russell fldeal Chnirmanl, Joan Weigman, Carolyn Cromwell fGuardJ. 37 ' ' First Row, left to right: Teresa Stan- ley, Lenore Osborne, .loan Weig- mann, Kay Shelton. Second Row: Donna Colden, Ingrid Johnson, .loan Girot, Margie Schott, Beatriz cleBedout. UNDERTOW Abby Blackwell, at 38, was a type well known to women: a noble and self-sacrificing exterior, masking a viscious and calcu- lating mincl'-which, like an unrlertow, nearly wreaked disaster before her motives were detected. It is the story of warm, gay Rosalie, and her bitter sister, Abby, who lets secret jealousy get the upper band to such an extent that it seems easy and natural for her to hint haltingly to the ladies' club that she fears for her young sister's mental health. Built of half truths and veiled suggestions, it is the most evil of monsters to combat. Rosalie is fortunately championed by a woman wise enough to see the truth. UNDERTOW builds its climaxes like a masterpiece. 38 UN DEllTOW by ANN WETHERBY Cast Abby ................... .....,..,... ....... .l o an Weiglnann Rosalie ................. ....... 'l 'eresa Stanley Mrs. Kitzmuller ..... ...,............. J oan Gilfot Mrs. Grant ............ .,..,,. L enore Osborne Miss Susan ......... ............ K ay Shelton Sister Susan ....... ........ D onna Golden Miss Stickner .......s ,,.,,.,.. I ngrid Johnson Mrs. Sorenson ,.,,.. ...... .....,., B e atriz deBed0ut MTS. W00fl ......... ..................................... M argie Schott Production Beverly DiMaggio Virginia Tam TALENT SIIIDXV IIELD IIERE AT ARNISTRCDNG AUDITORIUM DURING SPRING QUARTER PIII First Row, left to right: Eugene White, President, Robert Murphy, Vice-President. Second Row: Myron Parr, Secretary-Treasurerg Keith King, Jack Jones, Gerald Fredenburg. Third Row: Lindy McAtee, John Lopez, Charles Overfelt, Robert Desdier. F ourlh Row: Edward Sweeney, Dale Voss, Leon Klein, Eugene Ryan. Not pictured: Hobbs Shore, Douglas Stier. ZETA MR. BRUCE FLOOD Sponsor ALPHA PSI OMEGA First Row, left to right: Beverly DiMaggio, Kay Shelton, Lenore Osborne, .lackolyn Rae Thorne fllresiclentl, Nancy Massingill fTreasurerJ, Ina Jean Smith fVice-Presidentl, Beatriz de Bedout. Second Row: Norman Welmer, Patricia Couveia, .loan Togo, .loan Weigxiiann, .loan Cirot, Teresa Stanley, Ingrid Johnson, Addie Snively, Robert Closson. l 2 . L 4. B 4 THESPIANS V First Row, left Io right: Monte Turk, Lloyd Hamilton. Second Row: Lenore Osborne, Kay Shelton, Ingrid Johnson, Teresa Stanley., Beatriz cle Beclout, Nancy Massingill. Third Row: Donna Golden, Patricia Gouvoia. .lackolyn Rae Thorne, Ina .lean Smith, Beverly DiMaggio, Gerri Johnson, Addie Snively, Joan Togo. Norman Weller. Fourth Row: Ron Young, Robert Closson, Joan Girot, Ron Benson, Ben Valdez, Fredric Greenberg, Joan Weignlanll, Margie Schott. JOAN TOGO President ALPHA IOTA TIIETA ZETA CHAPTER 'S First Row, left to right: Adrienne Durham fVice-Presideml, Mollie Fukumoto Cllecording Secrelaryl, Hiromi Iqlljiwilfil fTrensurerJ. Second Row: Barbara Kutz fMarshul5, Kujomi Yoneyama fPledge Captainl, Mitsui Shimizu CCorresponr1ing Secretary? . Third Row: Susan Lei Alvaro, Pat Mooney, Virginia Tam. Fourth Row: Maria Aloique, Alice Sumyoshi, Sylvin Honda. ,fx 'Fl MISS LYDIA OSMUS Sponsor may msg Q J ss vm 55 a is na ss a ss ss mm a ss a ss w ..,,,.-www V -W". 0629 MV' . we l y all s N Q "What a girl has to go through to please men." "Now I don't want lo delineate from the book . . ." uYou'l1 love it down here." HRomeo, where art thou?" 'LI did not vote Republican 1" "Of course, I'm happy here." "I-Iey,,Mac! l" "How much was that book?" v.-, ., sam vu V xl f WK, F 'EX mam mmm Where the Students Go for . . . 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