El Camino College - Warrior Yearbook (Lawndale, CA)

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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF EL CAMINO COLLEGE, LAWNDALE, CALIFORNIA W w-v WE,YDUR STUDENTS DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL TO YOUR FUTUR , WE ARE PROUD T0 SHARE mun HOPES AND , ASPIRATIONS, AND ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE PART WE CAN PLAY w MOLDING YOUR mum . sziwwq yam , 23w; CLLEL m .xHI 1x tSfurting from the IefH M. R. Allen tMemberL Dr. E. E. lyder tMemberL Carl Arfweclson tDirector of Business Manage- menH, Robert Russell President of the BoarcD, Forrest G. Murdock tPresidenH, Charles Ver Jones tMemberL Jordan E. Dunuway tSecretaryL Board of Trustees This is the governing body of El Camino College that sets up the policy for the operation of the College. The President, the Directors, and the Instructors, in turn develop the administrative practices. Page Eight WWW7H ' a: AJ???5 e Direcfors CARL G. ARFWEDSON Director of Business Management .Jq, .- -- H. J. SHEFFIELD- Director of Student Personnel DR. LYLE TUSSING Director of Instruction Page Ten William H. Baker Art Stanley B. Brown Biology Wayne Durston life Science John K. Forrest English Beatrice Beutfie French, Spanish Russell Camp Criminal Investigation Sum R. Ellis Psychology Don H. Frame Business '. w... 521v aquwuvw ,ku . .v V.- A ,- .4 .f Edward P. Bindrim Psychology John de la Haye Social Science Robert Englehart English Donald C. Green Speech, English Gerald W. Brown Psychology John E. Dulin Chemistry Waldo E. Ford Earth Sciences Eric Grundy Now in Govt. Servicd Drafting Page Eleven Richard T. Haley Business Beryl M. Keene Social Science Henrietta Martin Business Warren R. Peterson Mathematics Page Twelve 1; . .s.wn.. ,Nan 7. .m 5'" s - nun: JW';'--'ki'p. s 2-6.1 , Clela D. Hammond Mathematics Robert W. Kirk Music, English John E. McQue-rrey Chemisfry Eva Rivas Spanish Ruth Muzak Physical Education H. M. Madduford Music John W. Morrow Physical Education Richard C. Robbins Psychology Albert S. Kerr History Donald Manashaw Sales, Journalism Wallace R. Muelder Physics Helen E. Rodgers Librarian Harry l. Ruby English Merle Sloan Mathematics Asst. Director, Student Personnel George Wan Psychology Parks A. Schindler Phys. Education, Men Lois Swanson Psychology Asst. Director, Student Personnel Willis W. Weber Business Herbert C. Shattuck Business Charles B. Toynbee Auto Shop Sfanley F. Wilson English CAMERA SHY: Betty Bond Francis l. Goff Herbert A. Klein Gordon R. Orme Byrle G. Shuck George D. Stephens Robert F. Stone Helen Frances Shipley Business Mildred Walker Art Pa 55 Thirteen Awwmywxvp. Heft fo Rith Edna Franke, Secretary to Director of Student Personnel; June Boyle, Secretary to Business Manager; Jane Warner, Secretary to Director of Instruction; and Pauline Givens, BeatecD Secretary to the President. Heft fo Rith Joanne Arnold, Mari Miller, on Hussey, Lenore Murphy, Kay Mclnfire, Sauer, Marian and Virginia Wolfe, Accountant, Beatecn. Page Fourteen " mtw xx N CAFETERIA STAFF Heft to Righ'H lois Sanders Stanley Hurds Lois Kufd AI Huey Pauline Moore Viola Wilson Veda Crum, Manager NIGHT MAINTENANCE CREW Heft to Riglm Joseph E. Beck, Custodian Francis Sfoeckle, Custodian Charles E. lewis, Custodian Mark Miller, Gardener DAY MAINTENANCE CREW Heft to Right LaVerne Tegland, Maintenance Alvin A. Blanchard, Maintenance , Raymond D. Richharl, Athletic Equip. Supervisor Young R. Bull, Plumber J. W. Tiff, Warehousemun Paul A. Pursi, Maintenance Ray Noel, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds ?Xv, Marty Acosta Dean Bennett Don Bowker Audine Campbell Fred Carne Page Eighteen Mm Richard Auclair Kenneth Bennett Jesse Bruly Robert Campbell Dick Carter James Ball Bob Berry John Buckholz louis CandioHi Mary Carville Phillip Barone Bob Bertels Curtis Burks Douglas Caprine Douglas Chase Lloyd Bell Richard Blackie Donald Cadoo Wilma Caraway Jeanne Clarke E William Clark George Cutler Freda Denker Charles Duane Bill Flatiey Virginia Cocke Joe Daher Martin Dietrich Charlotte Elliott Kenneth Gale Betty Jane Coggins Phil Daher Albert Dixon Margaret Evans Barbara Galloway mm. ' ..g.x: -,z.rr- . 7 Betty Comstock C. T. Davies Timmie Doak lester Fuhy Betty Gardner WV Leonard Cozby John Day Eileen Donohue Bob Fenton Gerald Geerlings Page Nineteen a Lorenzo Gomez Bob Grissom Bob Harris Toshio Honda Forrest Johnson Page Twenty Mary Gossen Mark Groves Duane Heft Bob Hornbeck Sherman Jones Kenneth Graham Kay Hugo Richard Hinry Ray Hymer Mary Justice Wallace Green Angie Halvorsen Gretchen Hertel John Ireland Harry Klusmeyer Barbara Greenlee Bob Harris Gary Hoefler John Jackson Etola Knapp Rudy Konick Shirley Matzenauer lenore Murphy Chuck Nickerson George Olson Verl Koons Russell Latham Marian McClelland Ronald McClintock William Needles John Nelson Joe Noble Roger Norgren Edith Omarr Mary Patterson lois lawless Martin Michel John Nessley John Nulton William Pefers Phi ip lisman Josephine Moeller Robert Newfield Barbara Olson Clifton Ray Page Twenty-one loren Reed Jeri Rodmun Janet Schultz Don Sherman Paul Small Page Twenty-two Don Reynolds George Roitsch Bob Scofield Al Shonl'z Norman Smith Hal Rhine Ed Russ Hugh Scott Byron Simmons Paul Smith Charles Robertson Jerry Sampson Lorraine Sco" William Simms Kenneth Snavely R. l. Robinson Kathryn Saunders Margarette Sell Joseph Skelley Rita Soboia g g a An Glenn Solomon Mary Edith Strum Kathleen Tobin Frank Weaver Joan Van Wig Richard Spang Hank Tensfield Willard Treece Jo Anna Weaver Glenn Zachary .' M 1' ' hr x munuyxguf 3mg; ..v'; :L x Francis Stoeckle Bill Squair Jack Stockman George Thies Bob Tilton Douglas Tissot Andy Wand William Wafers Adeline Weaver Arlie Whitely Ray Williams Bob Wright Page Twenty-three .M : ray ,1.,,., .. ,,;$. ,3, - , Vf. , X27 Alice Vaughan DoreHa Vopalonsky Harold Wagner Allen Wahl James White Paul Williams Roberta Williford Bob Wilson Wilbur Willyard Jerry Witt Clarence Witt Hal Wood Bob Wright Mu'qum Page Twenty-four J Robert Aebl Pat Beck Edward Boulton George Ciampa William Cramer Marqu. a DeGoede Roger Barker Gene Bell Gene Braulf Edward Clarke Mary Crawford Roland DeJoseph Mary Barre" Calvin Bellwood Robert Burks Nancy Cobb Charles Culver Howard Deputy Nancy Barre" Walter Bendall AI Bushman Dick Contreras Ernest Cutting Mary Donges Jeanne Bader Kenneth Benson David Caffo Carol J. Corder Howard Davidson Tom Dooley . ..:- -a . ,.I v, p, Donald Buusman Carl Bergvist Jack Chronisfer Donald Cox Elmer Davis Pete Douglas Page Tz'venty-15w Maw, Dennis Duifsmcm Eugene Foster True Haneline Andy Hinzo William Jehue John lumber! William Dummer Muriorie Foster Bert Hartwell Colin Hollingsworth Churmion deple Warren lung Page Twe'nty-sz'x John Farrell Solomon Franco Wi Iiam Hartzell Gordon Hunsaker Stanley H. Keller Warren lung Jack Feder Dewey French louis Halano Bill lvey William Keller Rutledge lawless Murray Ferris Eddie Gilbert Jean Heare Danold Jucobsen Shirley Kessler Marilyn leinbach Pat Forgues Bob Hammond Von Hershey Dan Janus Daniel Knock Clayton lilley Clyde Lindsey Richard livingstone Earl McGarragh George MacGregor Earl McMahon Ruth Mchherson Bill Makepeace Put Mukepeace Carl Mangiameli Dale Marshall Norman Mafchett les May Charles Maynard Floyd Mays Harry Mellor Donald Miller I. K. Mills Isadore Mlacnik Donald Moore Joe Moore Richard Niederhauser Dick Nightingale Joseph Neglia Beverly Nelson Gladys Parker Neal Punerson John Pearce lawrence Peffer Gilbert Peterson Richard Peterson Sam Piazza Jerry Plante Peter Powlick Vivian Ray Raberf Redmerski John Reiche Page Twc'rzty-seven Robert V Herman anat f un mmmmmwn .mrSSku . smnmmm mswiu e IDOIK r . Ymmmnk MJCBOD n m w mnna fl.leae edmwmw mSS... T Sa Wamaww .IOi a nr.lrr aanonn lunileo ACWGHD s n e "In." a..m.w.nle aim .9: ID a . aaSSvm Peddrue Usrrlur Recas-I. anWaIIKC 060000 . BGHHPJ m r e 55 .. .a Mhmm .nlsSfu-n tadSST hereunt- Suier UZWbloue meowaw n -m t k GoOIIm-I.Km eciero .nSmc.v...n RhSm T wawpmu anaS.m 00 nnanm. 0 oeooMi g? DKDB M Wt In r rn g 56-. 90 .l Humeeam aw mmmem W YhmmaSo n ec In RSW.W..HT W n o mumnrlu T. UO-louu . J.JADHI. 6 g m er Robert Weaver Herman Wiles Richard Wessler Bob Willyurd John West Sidney Vance Rosemary Whisler Duane Veroda Gale Whitacre Mae Zimmer Ralph Whitehead Page Twenty-nine Paul Bratsch Mary Chavez Maurice Davies Whitney Dunstan Deward Farmer Alex Grossmun Page Thirty Clarence Bronder Clyde Bufferfield Miriam Clark Roy Deffebach Henry Durrenf Robert Filion leRoy Groves Stanley Elkins Edward Flowers Don Hamilton Dan Byrns James Click Frank Donato Bob Elliott Joseph Friedman Floyd Hammond James Carden Jack Colsfon Virginia Doner Irene Eshleman Bob Gagne Esther Hansen Gene Cuvenuugh Art Conley Patrick Doyle AI Exworfhy Millard Guskell Viola Hansen 4A. ,1 EMA 3h Ronald Hazelwood Monte Howell Howard Jacobs Norma Kepner Orin Langfard Patrick Lorimer ? xhwmwmwy . 1;: 2' 9, 5: , K David Hellyer Arthur Hudek Wilson Johnson Bob Kordes Ansel Leffel Sarah lundee! Bob Herbst Connie Hughes Mary Kaufman Bill Korff Don lin Peggy luther .: "P :m'aqvg-kd.c 6'! . Richard Hobzon George Hunt Keith Kean Cliff Krebs Viets Logue Glen Mahoney humans, vary aye xxx k Edward Hora Samuel Isaac; James Kelley Beverly Kreger Danny Longueiel Bernard Malish Cedric Hozkin Gloria lzzo Gerald Kennedy Arthur La Fontaine Harvey Lord Dick Muney Page Thirty-one $249 X , Vyy x: g v Ethel Marquardt Edna McPherson Guy Nelson lawrence Pucifico Sam Potts Marion Risfow Page Thirty-two Bob Marshall Ray McPherson Jack Olson Nick Papin Alfred Powell Pat Read Ira McCaleb Put McWiIliams Margaret Olson Bill Patrick Rudolph Ramos Billie Redden Frank McFarland "Henry Melville Bob Olson Jack Partlow Venice Ramsey Put Rentschler Norman McLeod Raymond Mercier Jim Oppen Don Pauley Pauline Ramuz George Reynolds Doiis McGuiness Stanley Nawoi Gunder Owens Keith Pischel Gayle Raymond Aileen Rice , J . n n .w o h. h Pu eeme.mn ShiJmer asmeTa S S..- w d S , wma ...ms hwlm.w.n.HI Hd.l-G-MO AEWLIJH r .n .h. n.m..anls emmua. a Y.Cn.S...a.SW R ellye SgSIn k.l..r Mm HIVIOHFO a e r. fl" 008 FPGDDI. m. a le Iemh Wm uunTHLrnSH R. maya ' YHSSIeW Hmn nY oae..m..mo MHBJSJ a .thm mbaon smopa 5 IS 085 WT RS ee.w dc.fr 0n.mnST wmdumfk ule..u.laMm MNVCCI. 9 .nrv n b w "9 n enH e sio h om.l Ps Raw 3. a mmsusm an$mr eia a 9wnlww nrOHd." AERBEE r w r. d UM.-hg.mn olnam u n I .I eamsmn dc.llnSw .ISS... o Rree.mT nmnmws w".mea.h JEDKLO suineS$ ldVlol Men! M mend Page Thirty-threk Claudia Acker Donald Allen Virginia Allison Marian Anderson Don Armstrong Don Arwine Page Thirty-four Frank Adams James Alcorn Norman Alfenberg Newton Anderson James Armstrong Pete Austin lonnie Adkins Clarence Alcox Angelo Ambrosi Pamela Anderson Arlene Arnesen David Babcock James Adams John Alexander Geraldine Anderson Carl Angel Jim Arney Nick Bachis Kenneth Adley Richard Adams James Anderson Marvin Ansite Ida Arnold Robert Bacon Frank Ainsworth Thomas Allen linnell Anderson Dennis Arceneau George Arnovick Joan Baerresen z an:W V x17 V. Matthew Bagley Warren Baily Orwin Bakke Wilma Baker Mildred Bulmas Don Ball ' 9"h Jim Bannister Bob Barnes Joseph Barnett lorna Barnett John Basket? Ann Bartlet! " Robert 80er Charlie Baumann Murray Beck Earl Behling Donna Benck Glen Bennett Melvin Bennett Vincent Bennett Wally Bennett Galen Benning Woodrow Benson Bob Benveniste Eleanor Bertman Jean Bertman Byron Bibee Kenneth Bibee James Bird Hurry Bisbey Janice Bishop Juanalie Blackburn Edwin Blancher John Boefto Don Bolmer lois Bonde Page Thirty-five . VJ f-4 , vm .i'u iv r...; - aV , - 7 V. w'v . . . ,. V .u'thf r h H m , V x$ :3 vwfwfmxwmxx RXX xxx ' V y . ' X AV x William Boomer Henry Brad John Breunig Barbara Browne Donald Burke Shirley Calhoun Mary Bonhgm Herbert Bracken Michael Brown Kenneth Brown Bill Buckley Bob Calhoun Page ' Thirty-six XWXKV V k V x gwtw Bob Boone Howard Braden Darlene Broadbent George Bruner Emile Burk Harold Cameron Don Boone Earl Brandon Tom Brocks Harold Brunner Bob Burton Don Campbell Vada Born John Branum Carl Brooke Harry Bryan Adelaide Byrne Geraldine Campbell Charles Boyer Shirley Brass Joe Brown Befhel Buckulow Patsy Caldwell Jeanette Campbell Lloyd Campbell Ronald Caya Donald Clark Jim Clark John Coleman Earl Corder Gordon Cannon Pat Cecil Donald Clark Richard Clark Stewart Coleman John Corey xx x 1y, ,2 9K Kx John Carpenter Lawrence Cesar Ed Clark Wilburn Clawson Edris Collier Edmund Costa f rm nu aka: A53 .. x3." Bob Carrow Frank Choumas Gene Clark Jack Clifford Dick Conner Al Cofu Carl Carrillo Joanne Chriss Gilbert Clark Fred Coburn Judy Cook Mutt Cofa Claude Cass Josephine Cipriano Jeanne Clark Dennis Coe Edward Cook Bob Cota Page Thirty-seven . AWAWV 4 W , Robert Cother Robert Crane Mary Cummings Richard Davis Frances Doster Ronnie Dixon Page Thirty-eight Pat Coffer Jack Crawford Bettie Cutter Kenneth Duul' William Detlof Dale Dodge Claude Cotton Alan Creighton Florence Daniel Herschell Dean William Dews Mary Dodge Gordon Cox Robert l. Creighton Joe Darafa Douglas Deford Tony Di Rosario Ferrin Dodson Bobby Craig Murray Crosby Don Davis Will Delperdang Frank Di Santo Kenneth Downs Evelyn Crane Charles CrosIeY Phyllis Davis Ronald De Smidf Phoebe Dixon Pierre DroubaY Diane Duff Saralee Edwards Rafael Estolano Don Farrell Win Fingerson Marii Flude Carol Dunn Mike Ellis James Estrada Jo Ferguson Reginald Finnsson Daniel Foss Robert Durant Richard Ellis Donald Evans Rudolph FerranIe Michael Fiorenzu Irene Foster John Eberhardt Eleanor Elmgren William Evans Murray Ferris Dorothy FiseHe Bruce Fountain Kenneth Echols George R. Escalanfe Mary Fagan Richard Feth Jack Fletcher Navarre Fowler Jim Edwards Jerry Essner Edward Farrah Fred Fields John Flude Jim Foxworlhy Page Thirty-nine Joyce Franzen Melvin Gallagher Joan Gemilere Paul Gill Stan Gonzales Gene Grafton Page Forty Glenn Frizzell Patricia Gullyer Jack Gerrifsen Marianne Gilmore leo Gonzales Mari Grana Richard Frizzell William R. Garley Jack Geyer Madonna Godar Charles Gs Mulamuth Ted Greuton Wilbur Fulmer Arthur Gurney l. l. Geyer John Gogian Tom German Norman Greer Anthony Funke Calvin Garvin Jerry Gibson Put Golding Ivan GoyeHe Corrine Gress wmmwmaw v Morna Gahlbeck William Gaul! Delmar Gilkeson Robert Gondreault Don Grafton Charles Grieger SUI J: Pol H Pom TONI Mary x Opal Griffin Don Grigsby Helen Gross Anna Growtage Nan Gruber Charles Guitare Sal John Guliziq Don Guy Frank Hadley John Haeber Donald Hagan Clyde Hall ed Pat Hall Frederick Hamilton Valerie Hamilton Dolores Hanks Winston Hanks Eugene Hannah Put Hanna Pete Hargett Frank Harrison Joann Hart Ruth Hurt W. 5. Hart 0"" Tom Hartley Jackie Haschke lewis Hastings Dave Hatfield Robert Haw Roy Hayashiburda you Mary Jane Haynes Vivian Heath Paul Held Edmund Herman George Hibard Jon Hill Page Forty-one .- uwdvu u; .c . 5; u , . w. . Nelson Hills Mary Jo Hodges Al Hibbell Jim lngrahum leslie Jacobson Walter Jensen Page Forty-two ZW x Gloria Hinshaw Harry Horii Bill Huber Jim Ingram Dorothy Jakemun Barbara Johnson Shirley Hitchcock Robert Homer Bob Hughes Gvonne Imhoff Eunice Jameson Bill Johnson Grace Hierpe Arlene Houston Dick Hulsizer Roy Jackson Jim Jacques Bill Johnson Ken Hobberstad Douglas Hovis Stanley Hurd Clyde Jucobsen George Jarrett Bruce Johnston Mary Hobbs Raymond Hoy John Hykes Dorothy Jacobson Donald Jenks Dorothy Johnson bu?" pr! E. l. Johnson Thomas Johnston Joan Juckes John Kasser Bob Kibbey Kenneth Knowlton Eugene Johnson Ch arIsee Jolley Mary Jump Howard Kazarian Betty Kinczel Werner Koch Kenny Johnston Audrey Jones Ford Kaiser, .lr. Roger Kelling John King Anthony Kolda Kristen Johnson Robert Jones John Kallander Wynne Kemble Bob Klempner Pat Kooken Rex Johnson Robert Jones Thelma Kaltenbach Barbara Kent Pete Kling Earl Koons Rod Johnson Shelley Jones Bill Kamenar Tom Kepfner Jane Klippensfeen Walter Kronberger Page Forty-three Roy Kropff , 1;, 4, Christopher laude Walter Lendy Clyde lindsey Mohota long John McClintock Page Forty-four George Larson William laValley Don lentz He5en linroth Roger lundell Warren McCollum George laMere Marilyn lawson Dolores Leon Barbara Lisman J. J. lundrigan Marilyn McCoye Clayton lumbert Jerry Layhee Mary leonard Raberf little Jerry lynch Elmer McCune Andrew lambert Wq'ter layton Mary lewis BeMy locke Melvin lyon Helen McGuire Floriunne Kuhn Michael lehet Alan LiHey Jesse logun Frank MacArthur Jerry Mcllvaine :. Roymu Brian I Ruelle Mary 1 leila A TO Miu Raymond Mclntier Brian Malamuth Raellen Martin Mary Menich leila Milam To Miura Mary McKeehen William Maloney Sam Martin Merle Mergell Catherine Miller Robert Moe Harry McLaughlin Jack Manes Doris Maison lral Merlin Ronald Miller Frank Moen Mickey McNamara Howard Mann Bruce Mathews louis Merola loyal Mills Helen Moen Grace Mahaffey Frank March Earle W. Mau Louis Meyer, Jr. Dave Milton Bill Molstad Dorothy Malukowsky Jack Marks Milton Meek Sheldon Meyer Suzanne Mitchell Daniel Monaco Page F01'ty-1606 Howard Mondientz Marilyn Moore Bill Morris Ray Moser George Naumann Bengta Nelson Philip Noto Bill Nu" John O'Hara Olive Dave R. C. Orman Hal Ormondroyd Page F ort y-six John Moran Don Mullins Darlene Nelson Shirley O'Connor Marlin Olsen Bill Osborn Earl Morford Joan Mumford Dean Nicholson Murlene O'Connor Gail Olson lydia Osborne Donald Morgan Bonnie Murray Fred Noble Bill O'Dowd Faye Oraas Jeanne Pace Wesley Morgan Frank Musulin Robert North James O'Dowd Alfonso Ordaz Norma Page Denny Palmer Paul Parker Manilla Payne John Peterson Glenn Pierce Peter Powlick James Palmer Darline Parnell Jerry Peckham leonard Peterson lorna Pinney Bill Preach Don Pannell Frances Parry John Pedigo Harold Pfiffner John Pinto Donald Prince Anne Pansy Max Patterson Joseph Pennello Virginia Pfiffner Bob Plunk Bea Prinselaar Mixmtiit?; Bob Parent Wilson Paxton Edwin Peters Wayne Phillips Put Poitz Art Quintana .wigzzsg $ . 3 me: mo? lester Parker Ann Payne Harry Petersen Aileen Pickering Walter Pollock Gloria Quintana Page Forty-seven Walter Rqab Les Ruley David Ramsey Hector Ramsey Ron Rasmussen Roger Ray . AlRm Denny Raymond Jack Reardon Jo Ann Reece Deirdre Reed Phil Reed Dave Reese DeeS Edward Rehmus Don Reiman Fred Reinhardt David Reynolds Dolores Reynolds John Reynolds Fumi: Frank Rice Bill Richard Harry Richardson Warren Richardson Chuck Riley Carrol E. Ritchie 1 Mari: Ted Ritchie Margaril'e Rivas Robert Roberts Jeanne Robertson Phyllis Robertson Andre Robifaille ! Kenn, Put Rogers Beverly Rohnow Verlyn Roschewski Beverly Ross Andrew Rosso Nancy Royce Eliqu; Page Forty-eight . ,, -7,'- ,, ; ...-..-N--- ang-vru rwa ie -,,.-u-.Mwnv AI Rudd Dee Sugers Fumio Saiow Marian Schimmel Kenneth Schramm Elizabeth Seffens Irene Rudder Shirley Sampson Robert Saul Charles Schleicher Max Schramm David Shambaugh Don Rudolph Charles Samuelson Jack Scanlon Cecil Schmekle Jack Schroeder George Shecklen Thomas Rush Louis Sands George Schaefers Bob Schneider Alice Schultz Chester Sheidenberger e$ $ ' .2, wig z '3? ll f 2$K , 99., 0 o 4. bee 9996 , 2;. aa$ww $$ .6 Mary Ellen Rushfeldf James Sanzaro Bob Schenk Stuart Schneider Raymond Scotf Chester Shimane Donald Rymal Frank Susine Walter Schiller Ruthray Schram lettie Seaborn Donna Shoemaker Page Forty-n'ine Helen Shubert Jocelyn Simpson Barbara Smith Ray Smith William Spungler Mary Elizabeth Sprow Ray quley Don Shurte Morgan Simpson Bob Smith lilliam Sonnleiiher Charles Specht Ross Sidebotfom Eddie Sims Edward Smith Ronnie Sorensen John Spencer Virginia Stallings Susan Silbert Philip Simmons Eleanor Smith Robert Sorrell Ralph Spencer Bill St. Amour Lillian Silkey Earlynn Small Ella Mae Smith Margaret SoHrell Bill Sprankling Ray Stanarcl Don Silva Avery Smith Sally Smith John Spahn Fred Spring Jim Stannurd Gonzalo Sfeere Walter Stewart louise Straszacker Alvin Stufhard Don Takahashi Jim Thompson George Stephens Patricia Marie Stine Robert Strecker Roger Sudduth Bettie Talican Socko Torres Albert Stephenson Bob Stoner Edna Strickler leslie Sumner Bob Talley Myrtle Torvick Gerald Sfernson Betty Sfover Beryl Strom Ruth Svendson Edward Tamblyn George Trent Arlene Stewart Dale Strand Ralph SIrom Jim Swisher Jim Taylor laruine Tucker M hma- Pat Steward Don Strand Paul Sturm Sally Tacke" Jack Thomas Paul Tucker Page Fifty-one Henry Turner Richard VanHerpen Oscar Vardeman Barbara Von Harry Wullenberg Betty Weathers page Fifty-two George Tyler Adrienne Van Holt Harold Vigil Martha VoHero Robert Wallenberg James Weber Regina Uffelman Jerry Van Ness Wanda Vinson Bob Wade Joan Waples Jerome Weber Carl Ulrich William Van Ness Charles Virden Jim Walker Dave Warner Jack Webster Carl Valladares Charlene Vardeman Bob Voien John Walker Bob Watkins Winifred Weiss Shirley Vandeventer Neal Vannesf leroy Vollmer Faye Wallen Henry Watt Bob Welch Bob Werner Joan Westmoreland Earl Wilson Betty Worth Chas Zimmerman Richard Wessling George White Ralph Wilson Brian Wroe Bill West Russell White Don Windmueller James Yates Herb West Kenneth Whifson Merlyn Wiseman Mary Yinger w, Carl Wesfelin Thomas Widick leonard Wittstrom John Young Ted Wester Forrest Wilkinson William Woiwod Newton Young Page szty-three Wymi H H; xix, z w, MwyleWIlWM g W, in '4 'W e l The first semester A.M.S. officers, Andy Wand, Jerry Witt, President John Nessley, and Ronnie Barrett. Associated Men Students This organization was established ' to promote and control student ac- ElCz tivities which stimulate the intellect- attiisai s ants. ual, physical, social, and moral life , M 1 ' 1g t of our college. Cosmetol it pointers 13 We hope to provide an expanded kindtoh educational and social program. Any M351 I regularly enrolled male student of events. 1 El Camino is a member of the 1 A.M.S. Some of the activities spon- 5 sored by the A.M.S. are: itBeard Growing Contesti, and tiWe Hate Women Day? The annual homecoming dance which is highlighted by the election of a Grid Queen. The closing event of the year is the Annual Beach Party and Dance which culminates the semester. Don Bolmer, second semester President Jerry Win; Advisor Merle Sloan, and Don Sherman. Page Fifty-six S First semester President, Gretchen Hertel, Dr. lois Swanson, and second semester President, Maryan McClelland. E1 Caminds Associated Women Students is an organization composed of all women enrolled in the college and is aimed at promoting friendly relations between women and organizing social functions for the women students. High points of the 1948-1949 A.W.S. Activities were the Sadie Hawkins Dance and the Centinela Valley Cosmetology demonstration, at which more than twenty women students received free hair stylings and beauty pointers from a group of local and nationally known cosmetologists. This demonstration was the Erst of its kind to be given at a Southern California College and it was received with great enthusiasm by the women. A fashion show and a tea for the women students and their mothers held in? May culminated the yearis events. Secon'd semester A.W.S. board: Mary leonurd, Rita Sabota, Adeline Weaver, Pres. Maryan McClelland, Margie Evans, First semester President, Gretchen Hertel, Irene Rudder, and Beverly Kramer. Page Fifty-seven e e mm! Mail e e , ymwwwx k x x V hy :mxxxmxxx The Womanhs Athletic Association was one of the hrst organized clubs of the school, and as long as women are interested in sports it promises to be one most active under the guidance of Miss Bette Bond and BI Mrs. Ruth Mazak. The Women The El Camino W.A.A. holds membership in chNational Athletic Federation of College Womenh and madeupof hCalifornia Athletic Federation of College Women? Eglliestiggmhl oege. r lcgcpmductio cverotbcmpi Serving: with 15th were: Pm, Pm,Emilii Haga;Tm secondscm ! CMPWPM Pres; Kay ,1 PHffnegTu J. W.A.A. 'Ist SEMESTER OFFiCERS W.A.A. 2nd SEMESTER OFFICERS President, Audine Campbell; Secretary, Adeline President, Joan Van Wig; Vice-Presidenf, Timmie Doakf; Weaver; Publicity, Terry long; Parliamentarian, Joan Treasurer, Angie Halvorsen; Publicity, Marquita De Goedl; Van Wig; Eligibility, Betty Cutter. Eligibility, Morna Gahlbeck; and Parliamentarian, Betty Cuiter. Page Fifty-eight WWW." W WWW AWIIAVIIII ll WIMWMWMM y, WMIWMWWWMKIWWWWWWg W m, , l, , '1 MM "m7 Mw' MM WW WWW MW' t a t at , MAYANS The Mayans are a service ou or anized in late 1947 irnderi thge leadership of Bill Peters. Since that time they have performed many ser- vices to the college. Under the able leadership of their first semester ofhcers, Pres. Dick Wayers; Vice-pres. Dick Volesky; Sec. Fred Iwata; and Sgt.-at-arms, Phil Daher. BELLS ?iiimh The Womens Honorary Society is M made up of the women with the highest scholastic standing in the College. The BELLS serve at all Col- lege productions as ushers or what- ever other capacity they may fill. Serving as first semester officers with Eva Rivas as faculty sponsor were: Pres, Tonie Knapp; Vice- Pres., Emily Jones; Secretary, Kay Haga; Treasurer, Jeanne Clark. The second semester officers were: Audine Campbell, Pres; Tonie Knapp, Vice- Pres.; Kay Haga, Sec.; Virginia Pfiffner, Treas. SIGMA SIGMA The Sigma Sigma or Scholarship Society as it is sometimes called is made up of those members of the college student body with a B aver- age or better. This organization is open to both men and women of El Camino and is active in rendering services to the College. Leading the group for the past year were: Ed Gherna as President; Bob Bertels as Vice-President; Tonie , padkfi 'Gpedli Knapp, Secretary; and Bob Bebber CW as Treasurer. Page Fifty-nine CAROLYN SNIDER First Semester President of the Gamma Phi Deltas Page Sixty 7 411in The Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, first originated in October, 1947. Since that time they have grown far beyond its expectations. The Pledge Slave Sale, Pledge-Active Surprise, a reversal of pledging, pledge emblems and pinsJ sorority songs and exchange meetings with local fraternities were initiated this year. These activities in addition to formal or traditional functions of Gamma Phi Delta endeavor to provide a high standard of social life for its members and con- tribute to the growth and development of El Camino. W i Marquifu DeGoedi, Mary Leonard, Barbara Von Eckerberg, Mickey MacNamera, Advisor Helen Shipley, Pat Hall, Bobbie Steel, Carolyn Snider, Punkey Heathe, Pai Cooken, and Bobbie Stout. RHO DELTA DELTA This new fraternity is still in its infancy having just been recognized by the intra-club- council. The recent issuing of their charter has placed them in. the roster of El Caminds fine or- ganizations. RADIO AMATEURS This new organization is open to all those who are interested in radio. Its many interesting lectures and demon- strations are conducted by Wallace Muelder. The club aims to give its members a good background for prac- tical radio application. GAMMA EPSILON The purpose of the newly organized Gamma Epsilon is to promote interest in the earth sciences. Field trips and expeditions are the main activity of the Club with movies and lectures supple- menting them. The present officers are : Dick Gardner, President; Don Cox, Viee-President; Gretchen Hertel, See- retary; Bud Peffer and Mary Barrett having served as Past President and Secretary respectively. PHI KAPPA SIGMA PHI KAPPA 'Ist SEMESTER OFFICERS Top row: Henry Watt, Fred Noble, Bill Morris, Arlie Whitley, Fred Preach, George Olson, Joe Noble, President; Jerry Witt, Vice-Presi- Dick Volesky, Frank Seasone. . . dent; Jack Chronisfer, Sergeant-at-Arms; and 2nd row: George McGregor, Jack Chromster, Russ Whlie, Bob Walker, Fred Came, Clayton Frank Seasone, Treasurer. Lilly. . . . Bottom row: Gene Boetto, Walt Puffer, Don Sherman, Advusor, Beryl Keene; BIII Squalr, Jerry Witt, lencho Gomez, Bill Makepeace. SIGMA PHI KAPPA 2nd SEMESTER OFFICERS George McGregor, President; Arlie Whitley, Vice-Presideni; Don Sherman, Sergeant- af-Arms; and Frank Seasone, Secretary-Treasurer. The Sigma Phi Kappa was the hrst fraternal organization to re- ceive its charter at El Camino. It is a social organization and has advocated a friendly policy toward both the student body and the faculty. The Sigma Phi Kappas are well known for their outstanding social events of the past year including their annual fall and spring dances which have always proved a huge social success. This year the Sigma Phi Kappa succeeded in winning the intra- mural fraternity basketball games and went immediately into chug-al- lug competition at the expense of the opposing teams. . . TH; President, George McGregor; VIce-PreSIdenf, 18"? 2:2? Sergeant-af-Arms, Don Sherman; Treasurer, Frank ea ' Pledge Master, Jack Chronister; Secretary, Arlie Whitley- Page Sixty-two PHI SIGMA UPSILON PHI SIGMA UPSILON Top row: Advisor, Albert Kurr; Bethel Buckalew, Chuck Culver, Gene Brault, Don Jacobson, and Ken Scott. Bottom row: George Champion, Loren Reed, Toshio Honda, Hal Wood, Allen Wahl, Delmar Gilkeson. The Phi Sigma Upsilon is noted for its outstanding college spirit, scholarship, and participation in Camino act1v1tles. During the year the Phi Sigs sponsored some very successful dances, and gave many parties, picnics and various social affairs for its members. The active members reigned supreme in athletics, edging the pledges 14-8 in football and routing pledge basketball team 35-19. The Phi Sigma Upsilon was instrumental in starting the intra-fraternity basketball tournament. The Phi Sigs are well represented in all phases of campus life with members active on Camino athletics teams, in student government, musmal organizations, the paper and the annual. 2nd SEMESTER OFFICERS 'lst SEMESTER OFFICERS Second Semester President, Befhel Buckalew; Vice-Presideni, Paul Smith; Secretary, Chuck Culver; Treasurer, John Reiche; Sergeunfs-af-Arms, Ken Scott, and Don Jacobsen; Chaplain, Delmar Gilkeson. First Semester President, Loren Reed; Vice-Presidenf, Don Jacobsen; Secretary-Treasurer, Brian Lindquist; Sergeant-af-Arms, Gene Brault. xxmwxvmwax xx zyA-rx-y'woyt WW7 The Delta Sigma Chi was organized in November 1948. The purpose of the organization is to promote friend- ship and better acquaintance among women students at El Camino. This organization chooses its members by ballot. To be a member a student must be unanimously accepted and must pass a pledge period. The Delta Sigma is open to all women students qualifying for pledges by being en- rolled in 12 units and maintaining TTCT average. Ist SEMESTER OFFICERS Delta Sigma Chi officers for the first semester in the Fall of 1948 Were: Mary lewis, Historian; Bar- bara Olson, Sergeant-at-Arms; Gloria Stevenson, President; Eileen Donahue, Vice-President; and Betty Gardner, Treasurer. Sigma atthehomW-i Gilmore, Sh?"- Front row: Joanne Westerduhl, Mary lewis, Gloria Stevenson, Barbara Olson, Eileen Donohue, Betty Gardner, Margie Edmons and Bobbie Greenlee. Back row: Beverly Rohnow, Janice Porter, Jackie Haschke, Janet Schultz, Mary Campbell, Pat Make- peace, Put Page, Joyce Montgom- ! ery, and Carloita Dean. wwsy 2nd SEMESTER OFFICERS EL? 1:0 E 531:"; Page Sixty-four Westerdahl, Stevenson, Donahue, e Edmons mu, Janice uh, Janet I. Put Make- ; Montgom- m. M x xx .x skis Q h h V xxxxxxh - - ,t e x t s MVXQK s L xkh - . X h x ,, Xx xwh N$$ $$TQNN t MUSICAL ARTS SOCIETY, is comp Adviser, accompanied the group to the opera an at the homes of the members. With Bil 1 Flatel Gilmore, Secretary; and Joan Wapples, Sergeant-at-Arms. The SKI club has one of the largest memberships in the colle real enjoyment in jaunting to the mountains under the guidance MCQuerry. Bob Berry served as Fall 56 mester President, while the osed of musically inclined men an d concerts. More recently they have y serving as President; Ray Hymer as ge. Serving as a soci of their sponsors, Eric club is now being pilote d women. Hamilton Maddaford, held some tine Jazz sessions Vice-President ; Marianne a1 club, its members find Grundy and John d by Rusty Kaiser. Page Sixty-Iive Seated: Mr. and Mrs. Bondi, Mrs. Ellis and Dr. Ellis, Mrs. Lehet. Honey lehet, and Mr. lehet. 2nd row: Mrs. Wallace and Bob Wallace, Mrs. Gordon Gatch and husband, Mrs. Carol Corder and Mr. Corder, Mrs. Tom Trustee, and Tom Trustee, and Mrs. Catherine Miller. Mr. Brass and Shirley, Mary lou Patterson and Lloyd, Roger and Charlene Elliott. 2nd row: Deidre Reed and Jim, Mary Sprow, and George; Shirley Mafzenauer, and Jim; Wilma Small and Paul; Mrs. Ellis, Irene Thompson and Mr. Thompson; Mrs. and Mr. Sfernson; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gibson. Page S ixty-six BALL 8t CHAIN The Ball 8: Chain Club, organized for the benefit of married students of El Camino, became a recog- nized campus club during the spring semester of 1948. Mrs. Wilma Small, the first President, was succeeded by Mrs. Mary LOu Patterson at the be- ginning of the spring semester of 1949. The club has now increased its membership to over thirty couples and boasts one of the highest school stand- ings on campus. Varied social events are arranged each month to provide congenial, low-cost recreation for its members. The Ball 82; Chain Club is open to all married students who are carrying 12 or more units of college work with a llCl, average or better and who are also student body members. Other club officers include: Past Vice-Pres., Paul Small; Past Sec.-Treas., Mrs. Mary Lou Patterson. Present Vice-Pres., Charles Maynard; present See, Mrs. Carol Croder; present Treas., Mrs. Charlotte Elliott. Bonom low: Advil 10p low: MW l' Prelim. dent, Mary Dru x R Kw $ CHAIN Bottom row: Advisor Ruth Muzak, Adeline Weaver, Mary Donges, Mary Crawford, and Mary Jump. Top row: Adrian Van Holt, Josephine Moellner, Alice Sele, and Betty Coggins. M forth -' tbs: -.. l e s. ' . Hm; f Pm; mm ' ' ' h a irin t .1! rs: Pm'dengg Pre-Nursmg, a Club CODSIStlng of young women w o are sp g " Film 3Hheb:- dent, Mary Donges. 1 w..' " :949- nle d: '15? '43 over Ihim T 1595? $le stand- t - 'T'Z'J are arranged a L Him recreation t it: Ckb is open to 174:; 12 or more 1:?ng or better :er Other club Psi Small; Past .13 11' : present Sec, Mn. Charlotte IOTA KAPPA CHI 0 a career in the nursing field. The Presi- RED CROSS The El Camino Red Cross Chapter has gained acknowledg- ment in the past year by its suc- cessful service in entertaining the veterans at the nearby veterans hospitals. The organization is proud of its recent Blood Bank and its donors. With Tonie Knapp serving as Chairman; J0- hanna Weaver, Secretary, and Loren Reed, Treasurer. Page Sixty-seven GAMMA DELTAS ized to devote themselves to T1 organi: endeav d fourth semester women organ On January 14, 1947 a group of third an M A DELTAS The name is derived from the gamma tthirdt El Camino service, and called themselves CAM and delta tfourtht semester classes. ttOnce a Gamma Delta, always a Gamma Delta? ning active in extra-curricular activities. active during the football seaso is the by-word of the organization with alumni mem- bers remai Gamma Deltas were especially n by successfully collaborating with the ter-game dances. These women also served coffee and doughnuts to the Phi Sigma Upsilon to sponsor two af Warriors on the morning of their Thanksgiving Day El Centro game. Programs were sold at the football games ' T by the ever-active Gamma Deltas. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS .............................. lorraine 5:0" President . Vice President ...................... Edith O'Marr Secreta ry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, June Reynolds h Treasurer ............................ Mary Carville i Segeu nt-ut-Arms .................. Betty Ccvggi"s SECON D SEMESTER OFFICERS .............................. Margie Evans President Vice PfeSident ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Beverly Kramer Secretary ........................ Adeline Weaver Treasurer .................................. Emily Jonfs ................ Joan Van W19 Sergeant-ui-Arms .y- .. ?- .g-v a ,.-M'u.o: . ...m. v - g . ;.... -. ;an-:- ...c.-n..;.,,-...;v.., n. ahm , k-. ..s. . V H . L, I zidyxg M774 X12? fl $4;de gs? ' ' ' - :A- A K : ; ywkm: w; Vmuagugk krAL'vuxLxrerA: m. x; r. m KAPPA THETA own. beyond expectation. The purpose of the originated early in 1948 and has since gr e faculty and student body. They rovide successful social functions in cooperation with th p among the other social groups. m dmmf Ihfmth'n mm the gma HE ThlS fraternity organization is to p endeavor to promote friendshi Iznn Hith 31mm .nIlaborating m'th ii L and doughnutstoi d at thtfootbaugm THEATRE ARTS ation stage, but with high hopes of becoming ng interest in the Theatre are urged rme and Don Green there nization still in the incub All students with a risi e direction of Gordon 0 The Theatre Arts Club is an orga one of the most active groups on the campus. to join this group of talented Caminoites. Under the abl can be no doubt that this group will succeed in their aim. ESTER OFFICERS .......... lmaineiwl ..... Edith O'MIH LMJUM WW! ..-.....Mary CW ,iaeny 6099"" m omcm . Evan! ....... MW IfLJever'r W: MAdeline WW ' Emily THE ANNUAL STAFF Commissioner of Publications . . . . . Toshio Honda , Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shirley Brass Betty Coggins Deirdre Reed Photographic Editor . . . . . . . . . MarvinAnsite Assistant Photographic Editor . . . Glen Bennett s Art Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andy Hinzo Assistant Art Editor . . . . . . . . Gvonne lmhoff Sports Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . sMurray Beck Activities Editor . . . . . . . . . . . Jane Haynes Organization Editor . . . . . . . . . Murray Ferris Business Manager . . . . . . . . . lillian Geyer - Faculty Adviser . . . . . . . . . Donald Manashaw , Colorful w the Sadie Page Seventy-two Va Colorful costumes and decorations add to the gayety of the Sadie Hawkins dance. 3 Proud winners of the pie eating contest. "We Hate Women Day" finds Andy Wand up a flag pole. w M 4' , merry mlbrigtma One of the many Christmas decorations at El Camino during the holidays. x Ad THE LARKS e El Camino Choir - lent holiday cheer on and off the campus. The big tree in the quad- rangle and the assembly ' enhanced the Christmas spirit at El Camino. $Rx e XX QM d- Page Seventy-four V; m tx xx Page Seventy-j506 ,7 M, 76;?ik7x7mt; 3,: y -4... . . y, gmxxmx ,X X XXVKQZXV x X . ?x Rx NR x . WW. WV .Ux W 34 w K, , v . V amxx . N Nxxxxxxw 0 x VxxR , ' $ w mm ' a ' . ..-,. r ' 7 r'r , a. 7 i Js rhIG! 9 mfg 1n-LC- v K wry J "WWW . 4 i. '0': '0" a 0 a O "I 5142.: . . .v,-v.7, 7V - 'Httflifvu 3v -;;. . . 7 v . avrwvlloy Aw MODESTO SEND-OFF at the air- port was a highlight in the year's sociaI-athletic events. :AI' TBALL MODESTO RETURN by airplane was a relaxing, Iulling affair. Phyllis Davis and Marian Schim- mel add zest to a zestful event. 7W 1 , Page Eighty 1 .x, xKxX , 3 :55 93: .5: . . 51. 9, .11 zf . , ivitt Joe Daher il, Dick Carter Mark Groves Jlm Adams Garland Pr Vern Langager Jerry Wm Don Cox Wyatt Golliday Leroy Groves Linch Gomez Ph fa. Ea ""-r Orovu Jab" Paolo:- I-lnch conic: "Socko" Torres, 140 pound quarterback who also played basketball and baseball for the Warriors. Down to the 4 yard line goes Dick Contreras against San h62L both of El Camino CLARENCE wnr Former Pepperdine and Redondo Stalwart, at quarterback. 'm, , W Diego Navy. Phil Daher Hm and Roger Norgren also pictured. Page Eighty-three 15..a - h- t.- a 3.1950. gran. 51...: '99. 533-42.. Grid Mentors behind El Camino's football aggregation. Head Coach Morrow, right, and Joe Shell. DICK NIGHTINGALE Warrior scufbock, who dashed 75 yards against Santa Monica Ciiy College. xx L . :bY-xxxxxwwiN- Ngwwm Two fine receiving ends in Don Cox, left, and Jim Adams. I'll'grf Iii'lghly-four Renegades. touchdown against the "Socko" Torres sidesteps a Bakersfield tackler and scores lone i Ray Richart, left, and Fred Bigelow, 'iwo hard working 60 minute managers always present at gametime. Team leading scorer Dick Con- treras, who played quarterback in the single wing this year. Fag" Eigllty-fiw -. 1;::.4'4 ix Gwegagiar members dash off bench after 6-0 victory over Taft J.C. Warrior team El Camino yell leaders Bob Stoner, Patsy Cookin, Joe Noble, Mickey MacNamara, and Jim Ingram. Beverly Rohnow, El Camino's talented maiorette. 7 W W X W; I V Song Queens - Marianne Gilmore, Valerie Hamilton, Bobbie Stout, Marian Schimmel, and Dianne Duff. my Ira, Clyde Lindsey i53i scores lone touchdown for El Camino against San Diego. mbles 75 yards for touchdown in enalty nullified long run. Dick Nightingale i30i ra Santa Monica game. An off- side p JUNIOR VARSITY VARSITY El Cumino ............ 6 Ventura .................... 0 El Camino ............ 0 LACC ------------------------ 18 E'I-Cdmino ............ 6 Taft ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 El Camino ............ 7 Pierce ........................ 7 El Carpino ............ 6 Bakersfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23 El Camino ............ 7 LBCC ........................ 0 Ewinok ------- 13 Modestom ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20 El Caminow ............ 14 El-AJC; ........................ 14 EJ Cammo ............ 0-: ScInw Diego Navy ........ 20 mvEl Cammow ............ 7 -LBCC - ....................... 14 5' camino ............ 6 San Diego ........... 1119 EMS" .. Jar'S ,- i S El Camino ............ 7 East I..A.J.C. .............. 26 El Cumino ............ 14 Riverside ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 El Camino ------------ 16 Santa Monica ---------- 21 El Camino ............ 0 El Centro .................. 9 Page Eighty-seven 5mg, 3707:774sz ' m Wzomvmmmy. W-Wv K Loyal El Cuminoites who journeyed the long northern irip. The Warrior gridders board DC-4 for their departure to Modesto. El Camino's band, cheer and yell leaders take part in a pre-game rally at Municipal airport. Page Eighty-eight '4 x ' 7W :fwred H1 9 lang Noble, Mickey r long are Bob Sfoner, Patsy Cookin, Joe Leading ihe yells all yea MacNamara, and Jim Ingram. ga3n1t East 1. A. Huskies. Phil Daher picks up sizable gain a . . Page Ezghty-mne ngx W Hln'l WI '1 a m PM no wanna I! a F . u uownm 03g 1.1 Hugh Corrigcm goes off his feet to connect for CI Warrior field goal in Orange Coast encounter. The fielder added to Corrigan's grand total of 454 points for the season. El Cumino's Clarence Witt lays in two points for the Warriors deSpite foul committed by Ventura's for- ward BOX El Camino won 57-44 after trailing at halftime. Five consistent El Camino casabu players in the persons of Hugh Corrigan, Dud Jacobs, George Nauman, 42nd rowL Danny Espinoza, and Ed Kennedy. Espinoza failed to finish the season. El Camino ................ 66 El Camino ................ 54 El Camino ................ 42 El Camino ................ 46 El Camino ................ 48 El Camino ................ 44 El Camino ................ 47 El Cumino ................ 58 El Camino ................ 59 El Cumino ................ 52 El Camino ................ 43 El Camino ................ 53 El Cumino ................ 68 El Camino ................ 53 El Camino ................ 64 El Camino ................ 39 El Camino ................ 63 El Camino ................ 66 El Camino ................ 45 El Camino ................. 46 El Camino ................ 43 Page Ninety-two BASKETBALL SCORES L. B. Proctors ............ 51 l. B. C. C. ................ 66 Glendale ................ 41 L. B. C. C. ................ 71 Ventura .................. 41 Chaffey .................. 28 Pasadena ................ 73 Glendale ................ 62 Compton ................ 79 Compton ................ 55 Grant ...................... 52 Napa ....................... 30 Santa Rosa .............. 55 Compton .................. 84 Valleio .................... 52 San Francisco .......... 57 San Mateo .............. 64 Sacramento ............ 68 Grant ...................... 48 Sacramento ............ 52 Pasadena ................ 57 El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El El Cumino ................ 45 Camino ................ 55 Camino ................ 50 Camino ................ 50 Camino ................ 65 Camino ................ 73 Camino ................ 62 Cumino ................ 74 Camino ................ 57 Camino ................ 44 Camino ................ 49 Camino ................ 54 Camino ................ 47 Camino ................ 36 Camino ................ 57 Cumino ................ 54 Camino ................ 50 Cumino ................ 47 Cumino ................ 34 Camino ................ 71 Camino ................ 53 Chaffey .................. 33 Santa Monica .......... 36 San Diego ................ 57 USC Frosh .............. 47 Loyola Frosh .......... 54 East L. A. .................. 40 Fullerton .................. 74 Fullerton .................. 60 Ventura .................. 44 Muir ........................ 55 Bakersfield .............. 48 Orange Coast ........ 37 Santa Monica ........ 55 Loyola .................... 46 San Diego .............. 43 Fullerton .................. 50 East L. A. .................. 40 Pepperdine ............ 51 USC Frosh .............. 57 Orange Coast ........ 42 Bakersfield .............. 57 w mund4 ,X In the m Richardson adding h went on I In the second Orange Coast encounter Hurry Richardson t26t gets in his share of points by adding two digits to Warrior total. El Camino went on to slaughter Orange Coast 54-37. Santa Monica cager 5,. .7 .. . '!"$+.5 $5 7 - 5' 5 ' " . s. . 4-;nweana-J- D-ud "Happy" Jacobs reaches for rebound with UL The Corsairs clipped El Cumino 55-47 to take the title. A futile attempt is made by El Camino's George Nauman t24t, us he reach- es to swish through a two- pointer. Ventura player iumps to block Nauman's shot SCORING LEADERS Hugh Corrigan .............................. 454 Dual Jacobs .................................... 350 Clarence Witt .................................. 317 Ed Kennedy .................................... 226 Junie Dietrich George Nauman ............................ Bob Hammond Harry Richardson .......................... Don Davk 772A 0K A note of agony is expressed by Warrior guard Martin Dietrich hwith balD as he goes up for two points. An unidentified Orange Coast man tries in vain to block Diefrich's shot. Ed Kennedy, El Camino alI-uround stalwart, who completed a successful season under Coach Morrow in the guard slot. Kennedy, a freshman, will be around for another season of basketball. Page Ninety-four unLHSMJMF 10;an q I 1 mm: k Fl Wm , ,W, Xxxxk XWN ' vaxxx A . :WV L x. $ xw . kX x H ' i . x $$wmws Pete Austin QJavelin tosser - Harry Winegar - discus Ron Dixon - aims for long dis- gefs set for throw at Long Beach erQis caught in the fance heave in Compton dual hurling the platter at meet. Ana. Q9 ' 993V Q Qfxf WV , .7 , 3697;, , XQMWW xQW AQX Q , ,KnyiQd Q Getting set to fly off the blocks are Coach Amby Schindler's ace Charles B9yer - Ie.aps for dis- sprinters. Heft to rigth Dick Nightingale, Jack Husbands, Clyde tance in "'0' broad lump 0" L 3' Lindsey, and Roger Norgren. Invitational Relays. r Page Ninely-u'x :..-.. H, z." '1: :3 9Q 2 Southern California Small College title. Left to gation who defeated cycle: for the and row Charles Zimmerman, Don Sparke, E. Sarri's El Camino championship water polo uggre Walt Puffer, and Don Mullins. right Ust row Iral Merlin, Harry Bisbey, Fred Reinhardt, Paul Sturm, Couch Sarri, Bob Hughes, and Willard Treece. lmaas-A 13sz 7V Bob Hughes, Warrior center forward, wrm outstretchedL leaps high to add one goal for El Camino against Glendale C. C. SEASON RECORD ...................... 8 El Camino .................. 16 UCLA El Camino .................. 14 Fullerton ................ 3 El Camino .................. 17 UCLA ...................... 8 El Camino .................. 10 USC ........................ 12 El Camino .................. 20 LACC ...................... 2 El Camino .................. H Fullerton ................ 2 El Camino .................. 5 USC ........................ 9 El Camino .................. 15 Glendale .............. 3 El Camino .................. 11 UCLA ...................... 6 El Camino .................. 9 Loyola .................. 6 El Cumino .................. 14 Compton ................ 5 El Cumino .................. 'l3 Loyola .................. 8 El Cumino .................. 12 Loyola .................... 6 HI wins-2 Iosse$ Warriofs Pm 'oose ban in. :n on To Subm Loyola left guard reaches to block ball thrown fure was taken. Warriors Chuck Zimmerman by El Camino's Walt Puffer, but to no avail as and Fred Reinhardt can also be found to 1he referee calls one point a split second after pic- left and right of Puffer. Page Nin'ely-eight Warrior's Paul Sturm Uith swims fast to retrieve loose ball in first Loyola encounter. El Camino went on to submerge the Lions 9-6. SEASON SCORING Bob Hughes ...................................... 70 Walt Puffer Fred Reinhardt Don Sparke ...................................... 14 Charles Zimmerman Paul Sturm With Warrior Don Sparke Uhird from right looking on, Fred Reinhardt reaches to relay ball toward Loyola goal. Warriors defeated Loyola 13-8 to gain the Southern California Small College title. wmrww$$$$x $m$ . mvqu. c2; 22 mag Dennis Duifsman, right, lifts catching mask to watch Ross Paul Held sfretchgs for ba!l as Herbie West Sidebottom's long drive in intra-squad game at Hawthorne tries to beat out Infield hut. diamond. Coach Doug Essick's mound crew who have hurled some fine games this past season. Heft to rigIm-Jerry Mcllvaine, Linch Gomez, Herbie West, Danny Knock, and Paul Koch. Page One Hundred One Page "Socko" Torres takes his swings at the "teaser." The obiect is for the butters to keep their eye on the ball in practice. In the background awaiting their turn Heft to rightt - Herbie West, Paul Held, Linch Gomez, Dan Knock, Bob Stewart, Jack Hall, George Anoya. v-v-f' Lerey Groves hits dirt after attempting to steal third base in practice workout. lrwm lazarus covers base after taking throw from catcher Hall. One Hundred Two GOLF . .2 3x E; 3 333 i .5: g. E $23. x Vern Lungager, Curt Burks, El Camino's golf aggregation which completed a good season after a shaky start. Pictured left to right Bud Strom, George Cutler, and Coach John Morrow. Bob Brewster, h , h h i e e K WW W779 ??ezhy ARCHERY The Robin Hoods of El Camino are a fast aC- tion, quick thinking group. They excel when it comes to hitting the bull,s eye, and once in a while a stray arrow finds its way into some un- suspecting class room. 4t W7M5??? BASEBALL The final sport of our school year fmds the El Camino women deep in practice for a tough series of competition with the surrounding col- leges. With Angie Halvorsen up at bat the team has great hopes for an all-hit-no-error game. SHUFFLE BOARD These two ambitious shquehoard crews are handleap, those able women manage to play :1 Page One Hundred Four . .. . , . . . - , ,- . 0t 21 immhzu' Sight t0 menmtvs. ln splte 01 tht parking 1 successful match. v0llEYBAll A real 0d volleybaII '" how can the : Compton C0: exhibition 9" VOLLEYBALL . . . A real action shot of the Women's fast moving volleyball team. With a practice game like this one how can they help but take hold when they meet Compton College, in the forthcoming "Play Day" exhibition game? w 5m the 1'? 30! a tough 173M113 ml. C m the team 9 7! game. A ' THE BOWLING TEAM . . . With hard work and lots of practice Betty Bond, instructor, has coached the Women , 0t bowlers into more than one competition tour- ? Farm nament. BASKETBALL . . . These cinder-women really know how to shoot a basket. With a series of 5 competi- tions they brought home 3 wins. With such a start in competitive sports how can El Camino help but be proud of their women sportsmen? WOMEN'S LETTERMAN CLUB: These four women have successfully engaged in competitive sports with other col- leges. Left to right are Joan Van Wig, Adeline Weaver, Angie Halvorsen, and Audine Campbell. These women have surpassed the men in their field this year by becom- ing official Women Lettermen. Page One Hundred Five -V$Wl X Qkx x VNV x A xxx xxxxxxxxxx x xx? xx QQQinQWNQkKW VVQQQWNV 3Q$W x, x MxSVW$WQ$w AQXKV xxx; xx x x NR x K w x XRQQXwa x wx xxxxxx x x ; .xxX$ x$ x ,7 i,x 7 W , ny, .,, I ;. , 7 K MARVIN ANSITE Chief Staff Photographer xxxxyg$ x California J. C. Student Government Conference meets for second time at El Camino, led by . Southern Section Presidenf our Bob Wright. Class in Criminal Investigation Lxxwxxx r Vou . .m n s u Ht e a m e t S m n . m u o H 0.. C H r .m .a m e a "n. e .w - o m 0.. C S V .m . d k n U 0 t a S 5 $??ng ,. WXXW X gig? , ,llll'? 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