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FACULTY o 5 ,fl 4 gs X ,4""- K - 1 .Q Y LL., , 'S A fm- . mg-iwfyff if ,, ,, 4 ' 5 m M2325 81 A DMI K ss ii sb' MESSAGE ' increasing enrollmenis and lhe pressure of growlh on Fresno S'I'al'e. Enrollmenf is al' an all-lime high and has exceeded 'lhe 4,500 mark. Fresno Sfaie has moved info fhe calegory of big colleges: During fhe pasi' four years we have fell' 'l'he limpocl' reference lo if as a "small college" is a misnomer. Wifh increased -size has come expansion on ofher fronfs. The new campus wiih ifs new buildings is iusf one evidence. Our educafionol program has grown loo wiih new courses. added curricula, ex- panded focililies, and greaier opporfuniiies for service. s V' A To all you graduafes of 'lhis dynamic insfiiuiion, l exiend my greeiings and besi' wishes. As you members of fhg Class of l955 leave fhe insfifuiion I h'us'I' fhai' you will lake wiih you fhe vision, enfhusiasm and forward-looking aHi'l'ude which has characlerized your worlc and your Alma Ma+er's progress during fhe pasl' four years. l My fondesl' wishes go wilh you all! A. E. Joyal . . Deon of Sfudenfs Forresf D. Brown Professor of Psychology Dean of Men Harold J. Beaffy Associofe Professor of PI1ysIccxI Educafion ADMINISTRATION Deon of Women EveIyn H. Wrighf Assisfanf Professor of Educofion Dororhy Pollock Assisfonf Guidance Officer Deon of Summer Sessions Irwin O. AddicoH Professor of Ecluca+ion Joseph C. Hes'l'on Guidance Officer Dean of Adminisirafion Alberr R. Lang Professor of Educafion Henry M. Madden Librarian Wilma F. Wighf Regis+rar Arl' Jolwn E. l"lerber'l' Professor of Ari' Air Science Col. Oliver Legg Biology Lloyd G. lngles Prof. of Zoology I4 FACULTY Agricullure Lloycl Dowler Deon of Form Sclwool Eclucafion Ralph F. Evans Professor of Eclucafion Business McKee Fisk Professor of Business Adminisfrafion Criminology Frank Boolsen Assoc. Prof. of Criminology I5 Chemisfry Ennis B. Womack Professor of Cl-iemisfry if K K ' i .,,,. e A' 's K ,, wifi xv.. W ,M .. x i,,,9' 'Wm K ' v1 ,r mu 'lf' 3, Y, , ,, , V f 'i'i VVomen's Physical Educafion Rufh Waferman Professor of Physical Educafion Mafhemafics Frank Morris Professor of Mafhemafics Music Arfhur Berclahl Physics Ralph A. Jack Professor of Physics I8 Professor of Music P Speech John W. Wrighf Professor of Speech Men's Physical Educafion Larry Pape Professor of Physical Educafion Psychology and Philosophy Edward Tenny Professor of Psychology and Philosophy Social Science J. Donald Pymm Professor of Economics I9 mgg x X xf ! fe, NA Q f , Bill Losee Presiclenl' Sparky Hanner Fall Vice Presiclenl' Joan Clark Secrefary CLASS 0F'55 Dorolh Lindley Fall Social Chairman 23 Bill Sheffield Spring Vice Presiclenl' Margie Meyling Spring Social Chairman li A .sf-.. -A if gif " I .,:,,f,' xfn ' , ff 1 'Q as-,, A' sw Fqfi AS' haf , Adolph Alcaser Alderele Albach Allen Alooiian Andersen, M. Anderson, G. Anderson, R. Anderson, W. Andrew Andrews Ansolabehere Arnold, J. Avila, G. Bagdazian -U7 Bannisler Barigian Barlon, E. BaHy Bedrosian Bell, J. BenneH', B. Benz 5' f Y Phil Bock, smiling Social Science ma- jor, is a member of Bronze Buckle, Phi Kappa Phi, Pianoforfe, Young Demo- crafs, AFROTC Band, FSC Orchesfra, Forum Club, Phi Mu Alpha and was in lhe Playhouse produclion of "The Heiress." 24 Berg, B. Berlese, R. Besf, M. Beyer Biornsen Blackefier Blackwell Blaisclell Les Brown, Presideni' of +he ln'rer-Fra- fernily Council, is an Educalion maior. He has held offices in +he Sophomore class, Sigma Nu, Rally comm., lndus- 'lrial Arls Club, CSTA, Newman Club, and he was also chosen for fhe I955 Who's Who among college s+uclen+s. 25 Blakely Bleacher Bryan, D. Bock Bohner Bone'Ho Braun Briggers Briglia Brown, L. Brulosky BurneH, T. Callender Camp, B. Campbell Campos, M. R. so 3 Canale Canlon Carson, D. Carfer, P. Cariwrighl' Champion Chan Ching Chlebrad Ciesielska Clarke Clark, J. Clolhier Cobb, R. Collins Chrisiodulis ----r" Collins, M. Comslock, W. Cooke J Cornell Correia Cosfephens Cowan S Craig M 15112, JoAnn Clark, an Eclucarion maior, has held offices in AWS, Kappa Alpha Thefa, 'rhe Junior class, ancl is a mem- ber of CSTA, Orchesis, FWSAG. She is on 'lhe I955 Who's Who among col- lege s+uclen'I's. 26 55.9 Nl Diener, D. Donabedian Dofson Dowclle Downing, J. ' Dralh Dupzylc Earls Claude Hursf, an Educaiion major, was +he Fall Sfuclenl' Body Vice Presi- den+, and has held an office in +he Junior Class. He is a member of ihe Rally Comm. Freshman orienfalion, Elecfion, and Sfuclenf-Facul'ry Com- miHees. He has ocfecl in Playhouse radio producfions and is in Who's Who of I955 among college sfudenfs. 27 Crich'I'on, B. Crichlon, W. Culley Cummings, J. Curlis, L. Cyr D'Angelo Dangaran Daniels Davis, P. DelCarlo Deranian DerGarabe- dian, J. Dick Dieberf, D. Dieber'I', R. ,., ,ww x's 6 11. V .'MGz, x 437 bf T7 gn . ,my H.. V if -7 Erlich Einsfein S -' V' hA' El-Khederi i H Erickson, S. i -is 15 av fx.. Q 8 'xxx af . A it g 6 T 'X gm . Erwin, M. L. Fannin FareH'a Farris Fisher, C. 'ln' Fi'l'cl'1e'H' sf Flores, J. Fouchi' Forchfner 'bk j Forcl, F. ...A Azurllv M f ' i , ii ' FasseH or y d' Q- '....-A,V. Fowler, R. F I Fragie Fra nscini Franke Fredas R From, M. Furgurson Gardner Garoppo i'-. -an li' CharIo'H'e Harris has parficipafecl in The following ac+ivi+ies: AWS, FWSAG, FWLC, Triple S, Alpha Xi Delia, Col- lege Y, Omicron Sigma Pi, and Pan- hellenic Council, Chairman of WUS. She is maioring in Social Welfare and is Iisfed in fhe I955 Who's Who among college sfudenfs. 28 M ,, gs, Q if M he f fr 1 fl! J ? is K E , Rik, L 5 , fl Q 5 f 7' J' l E Hahn Haile Haley Hallowell Hammar Hanner Hansen, F. Harmon Lois Hufer, an Eclucalion major, was presicleni' of Tokalon, Alpha Phi Gam- ma, Chairman of Freshman Orienla- Hon commiHee as well as being on 'rhe Rally comm., WUS. She is a pasl' member of FWSAG, FWLC, and Triple S. Senior member of Sfudenl' Cour+, Newman Club, Young Democrars, Kap- pa Delfa Pi, and CSTA. ln l952 she was chosen mosl oulsfanding Fresh- man Coecl. Lois is in I955 Who's Who of college sfuclenfs. 29 A i .. ! . 3 ir 1 an 1 X iw Gass Gayilcian ,: , A Q fs Georgian Gibson, W. 1 :ll 4,-it Giglio Gilmore Goishi. J. mmlyy y . - ' ,- Gomas Q Goh9. E. lg ' rrrr Googooian y Grady G 'T Green, H. Greenamyre, B rr Griffey l"ff Haclsall -?:'.. ,ky fb 4 ,TQ If 'W 9-wfxn ew' -vo.: 'ir Hays, E. Hedger Hellerich Hergenraeder Hernenclez Herr Heinfz, H. Hinds Haiabrnia Horne Howard, R. Hoy Hughes Hurs+ Hu'l'er lmpera'I'rice x Ives lngoldsby lngraham Janfzen Jason Jenkinson Johnson, A. Hallowell, J ,, ., mf Q X ...J f-'K .. JJ . J 'Ji 1.. f s if John Landry, Eclilor of 'lhe Collegian has been aclive on +he Public Relafions CommiHees. He is member of +he Blue Key, Newman Club and Alpha Phi Gamma. This Journalism lnalchl maior is a member of Kappa Sigma. 30 R' 15? ,Q Khachigiun Kis ler ig King Kinzel Kinzel, S. Klein Kleisl Klemm Be'I'h Ann Knowles is c Sec. Aclminisfrc- Hon mcior. She is Presideni' of 'lhe Tolcclon, Della Gamma and is u mem- ber of AWS, WAA, FWSAG, FWLC and Triple S. Befh is lislecl in 'lhe I955 Who's Who among college sfudenfs. 3I Johnson, E. Johnson, F. Johnson, M. Johnson, O. Jones, J. Jones, M. Jordan Kcclen Kaiser Komian Keim Kelly, O. Kenneas+er Kerber Kermanikicm Khcxchadouricn W' N Qi . -""C'.. 2' , S fm eq, fs. ' Kg, W zz" . ,f '44 Fig' KL if K ,V 1 'WY 3' ,Q T s. - Q . 1 1 ! fa. A I Q.- 'E 'W -Q so 'te 7.5 Vwflm: ' , My 'ppl ' v K 1' s Q A "' ig ,jf A 4 S N L L' r 'i1?' Knowles Komafa Kooyumiian Kofcholosian Kreulzer Krilcorian Lockie Lacey, S. Lake Landry Lane, D. Lane, J. Leal Leavi'H Lee Laurihen 4 E91 Lemos Lenmarlc Le Roux Le+Singer Levin Lewis Lindley Lion Bill Losee, Presidenl' of 'lhe Senior Class, is a member of fhe Blue Key, Public Rel. Rally, and Sigma Nu. He is an Educalion maior and has parficipafed in 'l'he Fresno Male Chorus, Cardinal Key, Newman Club and was Prexy of +l1e Sophomore Class. He is also lisfed in fhe l955 Who's Who among college sfudenls. 32 'I fx f r 3 Q if 4,1-5 L Mm W .12-':::H?Y53E iff' ,, Marfella Mazz ei "' ' ' g r Manera Marina Mariscal McAfee McClendon McCullough Hal Main, Blue Key Presidenf, is an Engineering major. He is pasl' Presi- denf of +he Freshman Class and has held many offices in Kappa Sigma and Cardinal Key. He is a member of 'Phe Arnold Air Sociefy. Chi Pi Sigma, Cosmopolifan Club, Engineers Club and WUS. He is on 'Phe lisf of I955 Who's Who among college s'l'u- denis. 33 Lowe Love Louderback Losee Logan Lubic MacDonald Machado Magarian Mah Main, H. Mains Maniscalco Mar Marsh Marshall A . s J il ffl llessrs if T ig ss.,-D'ier fa-P Y K? Q 's b ee A , be Ny! 1 s...., ga' f J, ',7n"14"n I ll L' 1 "-'D .fl 3 lx sf-.qt I McNeil, J. McNeil, S. Medoff Melilhorn Melelcian Meyling, M. Miclwaelis Miles Miller, R. Mirigian Mock Moini Mooradian Morez Morrow, D. Mueller N Myers, T. Nalcala Neilan Nesbil' Neville Nevins, P. Nicholes Monclau Marge Meyling is parlicipaling in +l1e A Cappella Choir, AWS, Piano'For'l'e, Elecfion Comm., CSTA, FWSAG, FW- LC, Triple S. and Kappa Kappa Gam- ma. Sl1e is an Eclucafion major ancl is lisled in +l1e I955 Wl1o's Who among college sfuclenls. 34 Wh Peak Perry, M. Nichols, C. Nielsen NobliH Noli M.. WPWW Pence Penman Perez Pesqueira Pelers, J. Phillips, J. Bill Noli, a Speech maior, is fhe cur- renl' Sfudenl' Body Presidenl' al FSC. His ofher acfivifies include lhe Arnold Air Sociefy, A Cappella Choir, Fresno Male Chorus, and fhe Lambda Chi Alpha Frafernify. He is lis'I'ed in fhe I955 Who's Who among college slu- denfs. 35 Noorigian Ogafa Olsen, B. Olsson, M. Olson, W. Osfendorf Page, P Pagenkopp Parker Parisie PaH'erson, M Payne -4 ,. g rslg P, ,4 a n Y? I' . F15 ,V ,V . .1 S Power , -'rf 5 S Ps "' .. . -' LLIZ yi Price, D. S, . 5il r , h ' 1 if . s l is s l P f .g 1 .... Q ,g my I -Vv Q W 'whim . , aw 9 Prmz 'I P fman 4 ' P cf U Riggs Robinson Rocha Rodolfo Rogers, D. Rosano Rofh, N. Roup Rahilly Ramirez l l l S Rapp N H Rasmussen Raven Ravhin Reid Reynolds ' Paffi Page, Presidenf of Omicron Sigma Pi, is an Educafion maior. She holds offices in AWS, Triple S., College Y, Freshman and Sophomore classes, Delfa Sigma Epsilon, CSTA, Tokalon, FWLC, Rhoqdg Kappa Delfa Pi, Frosh Orienfafion and Richardson C Public Rel. commiffees. She has been ' ' on fhe sfaffs of fhe Campus, Handbook, and fhe Coed Code. She is in I955 Who's Who among college sfudenfs.., Richesin Rider 36 'If 'za Q e Sefo Shapazian Sharp Sheffield Shepard Shermis Silveiro Vic Pesqueira, Managing Edifor of fhe Collegian, is a Journalism lNafchl ma- ior. He has held offices in fhe AFROTC, Air Command Sqdrn, Alpha Phi Gam- ma and Phi Sigma Kappa and is a member of Arnold Air Sociefy, New- man Club, and fhe Blue Key. He is lisfed in 'l'he l955 Who's Who among college sfudenfs. 37 Rowe Roysfon Rudolph Rush Ryals Ryan, D. Rydelius Salfer Sanchez Savoncl Scalercio Scheidf Schell Schiebelhuf Schneider Secresf, C Sisemore Smifh, J. Smilh, R. Soleno Sommers, P. Sorrenfi, Sorrenfi, Spencer S proH' S'l'af'Ford Sfephens, Slringer Sfumpf Simmons Sugifa Summers sys! Xu! "TIN- ..Q 6' If Tubbesing Tolladay Taylor, E. Taylor, J. Taylor, S. Terzion Thompson, R. Thorp Toews Tolladay, M. Torosian Towers Tuggle Uridge Wallevand Leon PoH'er, AFROTC Wing Com- mander, is a Psych. maior Vice Presi- den+ of Blue Key, and Chairman of 1'he Public Relafions Comm. His acfivilies include: Lambda Chi Alpha, Fresno Male Chorus, Cardinal Key, and l955 Who's Who. Maylene Wong, 1'he pasl' -Campus Queen, is Prexy of AWS. She has held offices in Chinese Sfudenfs Club, Delfa Gamma, Frosh class, Pre-Med Club, Young repubs, Tolcalon, Triple S, Cam- pus Rally Comm. and is on lhe I955 Who's Who in college. .APT9 4. K- Nm., 7' W5 I 1 e x if . 'R 5 Ward Walson Waierman Wells Whifford Wiclc Williams, W. L. Williams, M. 1' l Willoughby Wilcox Wilson, D. Wilson, S. Winane Winchesler Wolfe Wolverlon, F. nl PQ mv F7 409 Wong, lvl. Wong, S. Wrigh+, J. Yamani Young, S. Zimmerman Wood Worrell Yiclc Yoder Wolver+on, R. Q PaHy Royslon, Pasl' Women's Legisla- +ive Comm., has had membership in CSTA, Kappa Della Pi, Rally Comm., Young Repubs, FWSAG, FWLC, Triple S, Soph. Class, Tolcalon, AWS, Kappa Alpha Thefa, Phi Kappa Phi and i955 Who's Who among college s+uden+s. Margof Wells has served as Social Chr. of AWS, Kappa Alpha Thela, and lhe Junior Class, Coed Code, Campus, Handbook sfaff, CSTA, FWSAG, FW- LC, and Triple S. She is an Ar+ maior and l955 Who's Who among college sludenls. Holdlng up l'l1e llbrary are Junior prominenls, Sabra BuH'ers and Jean Gorlon. CLASS OF 56 Bob Hall Presidenl' Gavel bangers, Bob Hall and Pal Brawley 'lake len. Pal' Brawley Fall Secrelary Jean and Dora Jean malce good use of l'l1e librcry's slore of knowledge. Genee McCamisl1 Fall Social Chairman l I' u Donna Es'l'es and Sally O'NeiI gel' in shape 'lo lclc runes in +l1e Salinas P P valley. 40 Ann Glsl' and Carson Rapp figure 'lhal' 'lhey are happy prominenls any- The busy Junior class had a number of acliviries rhis year +o raise funds for fhe very successful Junior-Sen- ior Prom. Among +hese were a Roller Riof, Slave sale and auclion of losl' and found ar'l'icles. The people wilh a fhou- Fall Vice Presudenr sand acfivifies are Dan Goggin and Roxie Bell. Mopping rhe floors of rhe s'l'u- denl'-union buildings are fhe work of Annabelle Collings and Shirley Baderfscher. 6 as for Jeanne Moore Spring Secrelary Rose Gendusa and Russ Mifchell Marl0"Y G00d"'Cl" head for home aHer a hard day. SP"'n9 50C'f1'Clw'fmGn Doug Thompson Presiclen+ Bob Russell ancl Peg Bun- fon show fheir feeih al' fhe camera fo show 1'ha+ fhey are prominanls. CLASS OF '57 Gary Fisher and Jeanne Rasmussen lake aclvan- fage of fhe sun while H"s sfill shining. X' . A I is GUY Fisher- FUI' Jill Taylor and Dol' Joyal Vice Presidenl' s+eal a gale +o decorafe a dance. 215l,.,,,, ,. '- Q' H f w .1 fm, , S., Pa+ DeH'inger Fall Secrelary Two Soph lovelies, Shir- ley Baclerfscher llhe Norfhern Welbaclcl, and Marilyn Haskell. 42 .J ff.. - mi Q 10131511 Don Burks, Spring Vice Presiden+ f Ann Builer, Spring Secrefary iq' JoAnn Johnson, Fall Social Chairman Whip cracker Doug Thompson gives June Ro- man ihe wily word. Prominanis, Ann Bufler and Anna Belle Collings, folk over 'l'he approach- ing Frosh-Soph Brawl. JoAnn Johnson lusi' ln- 'formed Jim Jorgensen +ha+ he looks like a poor man's Geo. Sobel. Jeanne Rasmussen, Spring Social Chairman Virginia Krouse and Jo- Ann Quinn, Solid Sophs. A-ll -:Q E Q99 Larry Radanovich Presideni' Barbara Nilclaus, Fall Vice Presidenf Bev Thompson Fall Secrefary Elliol' Daley and Tom Sfears show fheir hus+ling and ac'I'ive spiril as Soph wheels. Margare+ Davidson and Barbara Niklaus made names for fhemselves in +he 'firsl' year bunch. Margaref Anderson 'fries 'I'o induce Frosh Prexy, Larry Radanovich 'l'o go +o class for a change. Bev Thompson and Trudie Malkas are pleased wi+h fheir 'firsl' year af Ye Olde Frasno kolige. 44 .fa L Sue Helms, Spring Secrefary Sylvia Henclsch, Fall Social Chairman , Judy Hickman, Spring Social Chairman Casual, dapper men- aboul'-'I'own, Frank Lang and Bob Cochrane give fhe phofographer a break. Frosh prominanfs, Sylvia Henclsch and Myrna Lee Jones are paHing each olher on 'lhe back 'For a successful year. Sue Helms 'lhinks +ha+ Alix Bouleware's shir+??? is an eye opener. 45 if SORORITIES PAN f ff' ' in -.y Q 1 .- E ., , .Nw im Q. l 5-E 0 Y 'ze' eeee.. l 4. 5 ' '-x. HELLENIC COUNCIL Johnson, J. Leininger Nicholes Ross. C. Savial Simpkins Zwehig Diener, D. McComish Fannin Jones, E. Presic.len'l Secrefary Publicify Hisforian Chairman Coorclinaiing all Sororify funciions is 'lhe Panhellenic's big iob as well as supervising fall ancl spring rushing. Fun lime came when Panhell sponsored an all Fra'I'erni'l'y-Sororil'y exchange in 'l'he fall. Dolores Diener is l'he presiding officer of fhe group. 49 ALPHA XI DELTA Qf Cochran Colwell Fouchf Arnold Avila Bird Brown Byrnes Gipson Hadsall Hergenroeder Heuier Kerr Kisrer Lake , Johnson, J. Q, A I, Q. O Michaelis Nevins ' Rosono Richardson Sfephans, Spence Thieband Sioclrs Ziegler Tolladay Low Panfell Savial 3' Donna Sfephens Fall Presidenl' The Alpha Zee's go nafive and 'lhink lhai' ea'I'ing off fhe floor is 'lhe grea'I'es'l. The highlighr of +heir 'Fall ac'I'ivi'l'ies was 'l'he Rose Ball. The Union was 'Transformed in+o a beauliful rose garden, and 'lhis dance was one of 'I'he mos'I' en'I'er'l'aining of 'rhe year. Their parlicipalion in 1'he Greek Sing added l'o lhe enioymenl' of +he program. In +he Spring 1'he group has many par'l'ies and exchanges which afford 'l'hem a social oullel, while ihey worlc foward 'l'heir philan'I'hropic proiect Terry Savial Spring Presideni "These grass bloomers ifch like hell, Eh Wo+?" DELTA GAMMA ,495 ff , W f awe ffl . is AAAA , . if Q A Knowles Beaubier Belcher Carder Coelho Diener Goodrich Guler Leininger 5 oo .. Ryan bm 9 ,r f is ' Sample Scheidl' Shepard ,X A ' Simpson . NN. W i , i I Wong, M. Vice Presidenl' Gisl Treasurer Lindley Corr. Secrefary Williams Rec. Secre'l'ary Smifll- C- Snyder Sorren'l'i Taylor, J. Taylor, S. Wa'I'erman vig! A A i'iAi Al l A ' ' fp . . A ' Lynch McNeil McSwqm Merkel Piacenline D Rulherford 52 Belh Ann Knowles Fall Presidenl' The cenferpiece of fhe DeeGee Carousel Ball was a circle of elabo- raiely decorafed saw horses wifh broom 'l'ails. Their Founder's Day Banquei' and Mo+her's Day Luncheon are 'lhe big da+es on any DG calendar. As a proieci' fhe ac+ives supporf a Polish orphan in an English orphanage as pari' of 'l'he Fos+er Parenfs Plan. The place for fhe nafional convenlion was Sun Valley, Idaho. The group won 'I'he highesl' chapier grade award. They also have had fhe highesi' grade average for sororifies on fhe FSC Campus 'For lhe las'I' four years. Q: Amnm.., K v - - "We'uns is foo pore fa 'ford chars." Exofic foods cooked over an exofic Sferno fire. Ann Gisi' Spring Presidenl' KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 1 .1. E 45 - :A of o f xg, so 5' Q Anderson Blaisclell Briglia Carfer Cowan Glenn Good A L A V, .A Apperson Q Q 5 , tl gg: VH' Haskell Landry 41 if W. 5 . I , ' . I- f K -el t 2 .I gf , Jih A . A Mecloff Meyling, H. MeylinglM, Secrefary Treasurer Loewe Rasmussen Sell Sommers SPe'1Ce" Sfeiner Swanson Wacaser Zhalis Zwehig 54 Gorlon Keim McCall Miller, P. MiH'on Nicholes O'Neal Diane Medoff Presidenl' The blggesl' evenl' for fhe former DK's +his year, was being accepfed as +he Della Omega chapler of 'l'he Kappa Kappa Gamma sorori'I'y. Among lhe annual local achvlhes of lhe Kappas are 'lheir While Chris+mas formal, presenl'a'l'ion lea in lhe Sprung Mo+her's Day brunch ancl 'lhis year 'l'hey had a Chrislmas parly wifh 'lhe Sigma Nus lo benefil' a welfare chilclren's group. Pic'I'ure a+ an exhibifionz A Three Day Hangover Grace Swanson Vice Presidenl' Caplain Videos ou+er space auxiliary and kniliing sociely. DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Marchese Vice Presicleni- Brawley Secrefory Gendusa Treasurer Johnson, A. McNay Moore Page r re 'A -Q- . 1 .,1 . 1 M V Bell, M. BuH,ers Bu'l'ler Campbell Conlon Hedger Lewis, J. Mafluews 'ff Mencorelli fra er Muller P Murray 1 ' Nunes Papenclorf Pelerson, M. , Ross Sirman Vergeer Vernon Wilson Youngmqn Ygung S 56 .,, . , .es ,1 ,1 .-4 Q b:Qp - f's,,..f4s h "Live fas+, die young, and have a good lookin' corpse" is fhe word here JoAnn Hedger The Barkeep serves +o a packed house. Presideni' As a sfari' in 'rhe Fall semes+er, +he Delia Sigs held +heir Midnighf Fan+asy formal which feafured a lowered ceiling of balloons and serpenline. The secondary acfiviry T7 is lhe monfhly dinner exchange wi+h fhe Alums. On 'rhe local scene fhe Delia Sigs lld and 'l'he Phi Sigs conducfed a Canned goods drive for needy families al' Xmas lime. V 'L 5 Lasl' Spring +he Delia Sigs won fhe firsl' prize in Homecoming and lhis 'Fall +hey won +he Greek Sing and +he Sigma Nu Relays. This Spring, +he Acfives are planning a Mo+her's Day Breakfas+ and 'rheir annual presen+a+ion Tea. H ' '4"" f-ff' Pu 'L ,g " ,. ' I 1. ' .rg Rose Gendusa 1- '7 Treasurer WUI' Everyone gels a big bang oul' of five aces winning fhe poi. KAPPA ALPHA THETA w.-..,,, Esfes fl :: X GVUY Briggs ,,f K . ,Q AEM , 8 .I 9' 6 . 1 , ,,Q1l ,V Benne'H A l Boulfon Clifford Cross 'M r ii' ' -,L - 'LW i Del-linger i ,ei . ' 4,.f,,.,g-, ,V V . 'ix I g g ig i Heinh- H- 'Eu ii 1 o 'C , ,. ,. l .ig . Hills Johnson, J. Joycl Kenneusiel' V4 - Louclerbaclc fs, wa If f f . , A J WAVA W A .Xi is ' 2, Lynch, B. iw ' -. ,,,,. i ' ei? ff r Q7 z Berflcen Hallowell Sorenson Corr. Rec. Treasurer Secreiary Secreiary A '5' . V I . .. K , f,..-: K Nielson Quinn Renning Reavis Rogers 58 Clark, J. Daniels Greenamyre Krouse Le Roux McCamisl1 McFeel'ers Nichols -' i , E lili Roysfon Seeley Wells Zimmerman ' H' The girls gel a laugh ou+ of fhe lhoughl' of roasling +heur preslclenl JoAnn Clark Presidenl The Thelas are aclive during 'lhe Fall semesler wi+h fheir Valley Chilclren's Hospilal Benelil' Dance which is held loinlly wilh 'lhe SAE's and also wilh fheir 'l'radi'l'ional Slardusl' Formal. During 'lhe Spring semesfer 'lhey hold a brealcfasl 'lo commemorale 'lheir Founder's Day and 'rhey also have a presenfalion lea. alive in lhe fireplace. Ursula Boullon Vice-Presiclenl' The Thelas live il' up wi'l'h a few songs al +heir Skilheme rush parly. PHI MU 1. , 1 Q 41.21. V. ,i A -eu 'il l-df 3, . N ,,,LI , :Ex , ,u..,, CZ' Q Barber Chamberlain Davis Grilione Hannerald Klaassen Okyay Pral"l' X' ff W. . : i 95' ii V, Cl mf' s W L .. , LW ,efi l Q H 'af ' -22 uf Bigge Chaffin Forchlner Halls Hruslca Ludlow O'NeiI, D. Sappeniield 60 ag z il ' V 2 "' Brower Gould Sullivan Treasurer Secrelary Clyde Glalm Hamp'l'on Jones, E. Marlin, J. Peferson Simpkins Shades of Socra+es! These Greeks are really Greeks! The Phi Mus brlng Harriei' Sappenfield Presidenf The pu'l' +he fhe +he pledges of all fhe sorori+ies look 'forward fo +he Pledge Dinner on by +he Phi Mu neophy+es. To s+ar+ off 'I'he Fall dance whirl, Phi Mus held fheir Carnafion Cofillion which broughl' a bil' of old Soulh on +he Campus. A 'Family dinner, Founder's Day and Mo+her's Tea bring l'he acl'ivi1'ies of lhe aciives and lhe Alums closer fogefher. Their pledges are presenfed a+ +he Preseniafion Tea which is held a+ some of fhe more beaufiful homes in Fresno. bedsheeis back in s+yle. June Bigge Vice-Presideni' The Phi Mus gree'r +heir Rushees al' fheir Theme pariy. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA ' 5- 3 4,1 've 'K . . , be s 'QM Ax 4 ' A G Q, , . A .I., H.- by ' E 5,2 I-1 Lia 14115 I Bannis'I'er Treasurer Erwin Rec. Secrefary Dorn Corr. Secrefary Cucci Morrow Sanders Akers Bangsberg Cox Fannin Phillips SIavicI1 I E , I ' W 9- " ,,.: I, . ,ffwxx R- :at ' R ,Lg I ,fe MEI' S 'X I z W ag - ,NV rr -usll"" yy Joanne Philipps Fall Presideni' Ski Time was fhe fheme of 'I'he Tri-Sigs. The Candyland Formal is fhe highlighf of fhe Fall semesfer for fhe Tri-Sigs. The Greek Sing was a success aided by fhese gals. Their philanfhropic proiecf keeps fhem busy befween exchanges. The Presenfafion Tea and fheir Founder's Day Ban- quef are fwo of fhe well planned affairs which round ouf fhe school year for Sigma Sigma Sigma. 0"wf7'f Kafie Morrow Spring Presidenf The girls affempf fo keep fheir mascof awake so fhaf he can enjoy himself. Z be as a. . irfqwggkf .5 2 W, ,,.,4 Q 4 1 ,v,, 2 ' , QI 22255, ' aw O fi. ee..-J 4,51 xv 'Q' G sf I-27' X? 4 .4 2 ae e rrnr Allen Anderson, D. Beyer Bockens'recl'l' Brown, L. Crof+s Ellioi' Gruenwold , Q an, or Y -V' ' -- ' 25 'FX 'Y 'Y Hall, D. Kerber Maher Monera Hollowell Morrison Wilson, S. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 65 Arnold 3 li: . , M"'a,p,a1 ,, 'K X if Baker Beriozzi Cummings Dominguez Giglio Johnson, N. Marsh Ramsclen Salfer Wilson Brooding Brown, J. Burlcs BurneH' Caire Carroll Croffs Franklin Frelias Gambml Glorgl Frazier Gibbs Gruenwald Mom. N. Moms M i , Mariella Newman Rapp Scheidi' Rmker Shockley DELTA SIGMA PHI 66 Hubbell ' Manning Pefers Robinson Tudor S+an Wilson Presidenl Peggy Bunlon was chosen The firsl' Sweefhearl' of Della Sigma Phi al l'he annual Carnalion Ball lhis Fall. The second annual Hal Beal'+y Benefil' Fund dance was held wifh success. S'l'eak Bakes, 'lhose famous indoor hayride parfies and friendly almosphere are fheir clues l'o successful rushing. ln 'lhe Spring lhe annual Shipwreck Ball is a big aHracl'ion. Wifh all 'lhese aclivilies, l'hey s+ill mainlain 'l'he lop scholasfic average of all 'l'he fralernilies. ' remain' MW., .M L ,f, . if 'ul- The boys gel' a kick oul' of reading Molher Goose rhymes 'lo each ofher in Lalin. . -vw- George Marsh Vice-Presidenl' Those rare beaulies, Peg Bunlon and Shirley Valenli, preside af l'he chow line. Garoppo Kreufzer z: z.,. at b' m A N6SbI'f f.Q1 ' I Schneider I Self Wesi' M ' 4' ' h Wolfendon KAPPA DELTA RHO XQ7 Lee Self Presidenf "Take your shoes off!" is fhe familiar falk af fhe annual Argyle Shuffle held in fhe Fall semesfer. The mosf in socks is all 'l'ha'l' is seen on fhe floor, while Dr. McGrew crawls around on his hands and knees fo choose fhe besf in foofcovering. Exchanges and ofher social evenfs are on fhe daily schedule af fhe house. A few of fhe boys help ouf a brofher in snaggin a dafe Jim Wolfendon Vice-Presidenf Never fhrough feedin' fheir faces are fhe KDR's. ' H Alley B .be B ' Anderson 8 eyer H fl H Downing oe'w4' .r , tg lf 'C' .fmv lg, 5 D 5 g " LQ Eggleslon Howell Landry MacDonald Nole Rolh f i H I4 i Q , ,,.. 2 Y' N K' ., EI 43 i KV Q 1 1 'J f l 'M 4 Black Blade Cornell Cummings "QR" chelberger Hollenbeclr HSN H0l'S'l'm0fl ' ' " Giome'H'i Hughes Lawn MUGS Main, H. Mil+on Pearson N x 41 5. l g A Scarbrough Sfringer Terzian Thompson Trueblood D IA1V ' ' Sforlee Wallace, J. Williams Young, J. Zivanich P S I G M A 70 Dixon Driscoll Howard Laurifzen MacFala Mueller Rogers l The Hosfesses had a sofl' lime a+ fhe Kappa Sig Open House Newman Black Presidenf Opening fhe social calendar was fhe Kappa Sig Plain Ole Dance which is open fo fhe school. Once again anofher Fall semesier was closed on a nofe of riofous icy as +l1e boys presenied fheir annual Snow Carnival. Jeanne Rasmussen presided over four glorious days and fhree fabulous nighis in Yosemiie Park as +he Kappa Sig Snow Queen. rm-Qi 9' . ' . 0 ,J 0, S, ., V: ' Q 13,3 ,, f i i .'-. Gi, E' ,.',- r.. J.. ,,,, ,,i:1 . L Dick Howard Vice-Presideni' COFFEE Cake and Luckies l+hey're 'I'oas'l- edl were offered af fhe Kappa Sig open house. 4 1 lf 1' A , r .4 f I ' We A Avakian Erickson 1 . A Foofe Hager I 'f fm 5 Klemm Anclerson, W. Blackwell Buckland Buckley Carson Comsfock i f S' A by A 33 a.. 1 hm., .. K ,H ,rg-ww.-ex. 524 X lf .fwx B. 9 I 1 R is PoH'er . , ' lg .L , Q is Silva 5 TU99le in r ,l,. 1- , K V , if K 321 .,,,l R A Q - - reerrr I A A X A While, C. While, K. Wiebe Wulf . ' gg: yi -. 5' 'Q ig' ig L I' 11 V- as -.:. 'ver f . 'Q' Funk Gayikian Gomas Garner Harris, J. Kooyumjian Ravahn Z Spencer - , 0 Uhl o Dillehay ,f""x. . I Q A ,Z lx! f Q fs, Goss A .L 5 3 5,1 uv la is Leef Noli Mooradian Ray Sufherland f xi Uriclge Weber .o"""s. ' I4 1 Q 1 Q .ai Edwards Ellioi' Hadden Hollis LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 72 Sian Kooyimiian Fall Presideni "Ahl +he good ole days . . . before Wafer-baggin wenl' oul' The Fall semesfer saw +he LCA's planning for 'rheir annual Heaven and Hell Dance, which was held al' ihe Caves fhis year. Lasl' Spring, Roxie Bell was chosen fheir Cross and Crescenl' Girl al fhe annual closed dance. Adagio, and olher such pracfices were common 'lo see ai' +he French Apache Dances held during rushing fhis Spring. Parfies and exchanges make up +he resi' of 'I'he social calendar for +he year. John Simplcins Spring Presidenl "Have a few lhousand sandwiches ya l'lawg!" 'U , ,,, I df' L-. Z. G 7, A" 'S La ,. M s.. an' f JF Blackefler Bohner Champion Elmasian Franscini Graham Robinson Tolladay ge 3 f e Baclcensfaedf M arf Bur'I'on ,L A rf 1 0 , Q' ""4'.' k 'K r k rl, - i' ir. J.. Q r , Durani' :,x' fii 1 K I Emerzian ve' W V- Gazarian fi f M. oo . F we -are . " , ha V Pesquelra M bzb yy A ' Lehman Magarian Maher May Myers, T. j li, e Smi+h, R. M PHI SIGMA KAPPA Il Al Simmons Fall Presidenl This Fall, Carol Cross was chosen as 'rhe Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlighl Girl a+ 'lheir annual dance. Their unusual Mor'rician's Ball was an a'l"lrac+ion of +he Spring semesier. This Chrislmas, wiih lhe help of 'lhe Delia Sigma Epsilon Sorori+y, ihey colleciecl over l'wo 'lhousancl cans of food for needy families. The Phi Sigs are 'lhis year's IM baske+ball champs. "And 'lhis one was presenlecl io us by +he Burgermelsfer Relailers Associa+ion." The members explain fhe m John Maher Spring Presiclenl' erifs of ihe House fo Rushees. lil Ai A Aclcer Allen, R. Allen l A DeFilippis i 4' f-A 4 11 A A A Henriclcsen QV 'al i .Y Ar 3 EJ ae I Howard Nevins Polmer Rogo "' l. F G' ,V "' 'A F Q, ' . " .- , g g K il K m kl A rrp ee-4ig s A S' el 'wif Al . A K TrombeH'o Von Potion Zelhorl' if X j 1 Llkl will 1 zfqrwa llll . I fl I All l -AAA 4 T cry 4 ewll fi 1 .A - 1 Q .LF Q57 Q v, V L.e,i .,,, i 7 ,IJ fl: ig .. V it, L N. Armslrong Boo'I'h Brighf Copriolo Corpenfer Cobb A ,. eeele :e L Dominici A Hall 'dl ag- 3: 4 -1 is ,jeg A Hogrefe ir.: e v 'E , '?"wn . ,, ,ll, Q, mfkf A Jones Jorgensen Ruhl Scheidl' 5 A I 1? X? I K ,X - . .F 4 Green A 'X . , , A W Vl i W IAA , - ge - E C' ,1r. ' fi 1 in r A z in A 1 f v A l Svfx Fisher Foley Forbes A L F A Forris ' A - , Hoyes f A Honner A ,t V A ' 1 Muller A A A Y Y fl h ref'l2 'Q Mo9ill Moszei My Haig' ' Mifchell . rere "f f, Sheffield Sforey Thompson i V FJ A I A A A A A , lli A R i fsrsrflfs f hwf tv' ,,,, A' SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 76 I . if W iff lf vi . 5?'r?'!iff' ' v ' K ' ' ' ' in A .fr-QQ' 1 'f'f'. . ..,. V mi ,gt-,W V .3 W if Q. 6 1, , , , .-- -Q 'I---"'.... 4-""'-.. cg' X1 so i "Back you dogs, buf las? sinker is mine . . . and colces, ye'r . . . Jim Hallowell Fall Presideni' Their Fall acfiviiies begin wifh 'rhe Benefi+ Carnival which was co- sponsored by 'rhe KAT sorori'I'y. The money from ihis eveni' goes +o +he Valley Children's Hospi+al. Annually 'Phe Sleep and Ea+s sell Xmas 'l'rees io 'lhe local populace. ln l'he Spring The SAE's and Sigma Nu's Sadie Hawkins' Day and Barn Dance is always looked forward +o by Siafers. A+ +heir Sweeiheari Dance lasl' Spring Jill Taylor was chosen io 'lhe honored posifion. Carl Jordan Spring Presiden+ Noi Bariendersl . . . SAE's. fa Q LM! is-,if N-Zi! , -gt -,f X R it in My W NX R R ' , ,Ab , ..,, in Y , ,,,V .,,, i , Anderson, D. Carpenfer, A. Cranmore Davis, R. Easl' Ellis Fragie Anclresen, J. Chrisliansen Goggin lngrcham Morey Neilan Rapp Reid Small Kruger R Nash Pelers l Reeves by Russell f Smi'll1,C.W. Smilh, R. Willoughby 78 I, life Kramer Lucas, D. Monera McNeil Moore, B. SIGMACHI All 1 "Have some Ray Fragie Presidenl' The 2Is+ annual Kickoff Dance 'lradifionally opened l'he coming school year. Joanne Johnson became fhe Sig's Sweelhearl' al' l'he Dance in November. The Sigs prepared for lhe Greek Sing and had a fine 'rime aflerwards wifh lhe KKG exchange. The firsl' annual Co++on Picker's Ball was held during fhe Fall rush season. In fhe spring semes+er, +he Sigs celebrafed 'lheir one hundredfh anniversary, making +hem fhe oldes+ frafernify on Campus. more 'Tea,' Dear. Tonk ya sooo much. Hs so good I+ ale a hole in my swea+er." Sam Reid Vice-Presidenl You can hardly believe +ha'I' fhese guys are one hundred years old. eg: I x ez, in ,sn-,-V 1.93, 'f .lx lf. vw I i sf E,1L, Q, , F' Bea'H'y Casper DerGara- DerGara- Donabedian Drake Einsfein Hellerich Brown' L. bedian, A. bedian, J. Kallman Ft r ,ii ni m i 'J Qi Keasf 'ifk wr V '- f F, . Kraemer Lane Lempesis Lewis Krafz Y "" Lubic 'i -r 'X' 1 Maddy r N fr' Q ' 'Pf Morgan, R. Morrison if 1i'!flj I I K k W HN. , ura+ore ' ei, . fr rr e .Jef r Sadoian Sanchez fi 1 ,Q X A 4 Shusier ' V, r in 80 SIGMA NU Losee Miller, B. Margosian Ridge Shelby Wrigh+ ' 1 is "So 'lhen l said, 'who's gonna make me fake your ugly sisier ouf? Ray Morgan Fall Presidenl' K,-I The Fall pledge classes of 1'he sororiries compe'I'e in 'lhe Sigma Nu Relays. An annual Hallowe'en Dance is held for fhe enioymenl' of fhe whole school. The groups Alumni are welcomed fo 'lhe annual Homecoming Parfy. ln co-sponsorship wifh 'rhe SAE's. fhe Sadie Hawkins' Day and dance is held. Their closed dance is 1'he Whife Rose Formal: Sally O'Neal was chosen 'rheir sweeihearl' lasl' spring. During rushing 1'hey hold a Sfeak Bake and in 'lhe middle of +he semesfer Sigma Nu Help Week. K 3, """E,"Mj,-. y F ., up f If Q-.W . ve- f. f . -- ,gs H My T, iyyy T Les Brown . if , ,--- z 'vf'- -,'.- Spring Presi den 1, Orange juice is added fo 'I'he punch 'lo give il' "Zip." la ar Y It W. Q 1. ?g Hall, D. Hari, F. Mariscal 5 I v Muro, H. Musccchio Neville, B. SIGMA PI Prinz, D Don Prinz Presidenf ln fhis freedom loving land of ours. Beer belongs buf who in fhe Hell can afford if. l Charlesfon, Charlesfon, yes sir, fhaf's my baby . . . Shirley Valenfi was chosen fhe queen of fhe flappers af fhe annual Roaring Twenfies dance held every Fall semesfer. following fhis dance, fhe Sigs wenf fo work on fheir mosf successful Greek Sing fo dafe. Warren Rosenbaum Vice Presidenl' "Shore, we have exchanges, wifh girls, foo." , APM - S f , ff E QI ' l , -, '?:l it H ,, N f... l .3 l 1 fr , giiw fx x ' H "" Bleacher Carlson Earls Ebrahimi Fisher, C. Dofson Kennedy Kerber i Carlson, L. S. A Levin L14-11 1552, 'E l Nesley Q Pagenkop 15' l. Pa'H'erson Rydelius Saghafelian Shermis Thomason Waferman WhH'Forcl THETA CHI 84 Q Feminine pulchrifude was a main drawing card af fhe Thefa Chi open house. Ed "The Creafure" Kerber Fall Presidenf To open fhis year's evenfs, fhe Thefa Chi boys held fheir annual dinner ex- change wifh Balmer Hall. During Fall rushing, Hobo parfies were a highlighf. Balmer Hall invifes fhe gang across fhe sfreef fo a real old fashioned Xmas dinner during fhe holiday season. The Orchid Formal, held in fhe Spring, saw Dorofhy Joyal receive fh'e fifle of Thefa Chi Dream Girl. The annual Pirafes Dance is wild and much desired affair held in fhe spring. During fhe Wesf Coasf Relays fhe frafernify presenfs a frophy fo fhe oufsfanding college afhlefe. Bob Pagenlcopp Spring Presidenf Their proximify fo Baker Hall offers quife an advanfage fo living in fhe house. "Women! Who needs 'em?" THE ART CLUB MX Bcrsoom K. 5 Burge i i ! l f' 4, Burlce'H' ' H Coleman Co'He1' The Ari' Depar-l'men+ found ifself wifhoui' an organizafion fhis year. buf 'forfunafely 'lhey had a hard-working major who organized fhe new Ari' Club. The new club s'I'ilI has limiled evenfs buf a poiluck dinner and various oufings on fhe weekend fo locaiions for fhe dabbing of painl' on canvas. The group has sponsored several exhibils which mei' wifh success. Oh, yes, 'lhe inspiring young man is now fhe club's presidenf, Ed Kerber. Kerber Machado Mallcas lvle-rl: 1 Mueller Orphan Osborn Sione While Ziem 87 THE AIR COMMAND SQUADRON T - Bigrigg Brooding Culwell Dirksen Gerard Gerlifz s V Manning The lower division club of fhe AFROTC program af FSC offers bofh educafional and social environmenf for fhe members. They are sponsors of fhe Drill Team and Rifle Team, and perform various honor guard defails. The members have many parfies bofh for fhe ji sl enferfainmenf of fhe feaching sfaff and inferesfed parfies. The an Marfinez group is now endeavoring fo spread fheir club and ideas fo ofher colleges fhaf have fhe Air Force program. Ben Shuey and Allyn Gerard are fhe Fall and Spring semesfer presidenfs respecfively. The boys fry fo figure ouf a way fo make if rain on Thursdays. 88 4 Morales l -E vi A ' ls Brown, J. - r .. . 'il B + k zz" ru S 0 Y ."YfT, In Cosfephens v'- 1 49 3 J ! Croffs 4 The honorary business frafernify, Alpha Kappa Psi, in fhe Fall and Spring - holds business field frips fo some of fhe major California cifies. Each semesfer i a formal inifiafion banquef is held. Local field frips fo business firms are held gi ,, If Hcbu 1 ' each monfh. ul: ymk 1 ...N F' 'figs 1 X up Herr Vi Rinker fl! -'A ,, - I' A,-'NMA N ' , -E53 ,J e Q- siiii ff -f-EL " a l fi? , 11 Summers ils s 'i s i r K " . Johnsfon, J. Lemos Meleluan Newman Payne Rapp fr rssrrsi all Wiebe ALPHA KAPPA PSI ' D A Nl is jj' 4 MN 0' swgbzx X , A J nz ' W M ' 4 ,Q +V 3 153 - sam in-'f' f A 3 ,z ik' Ne 'ki ' A - fi Q 6- " I Baderrscher Bun'l'on Landry Pesqueira SproH' Uridge Wells, M. Collings Gendusa Gibson Goggin Hufer We undersfand +ha'I' 'lhe FSC delegafion of Alpha Phi Gamma members had quife a blasl' for fhemselves af 'rhe Nafional Honorary Journalism convenfion in San Luis Obispo fhis year. Parry as fhey mus'l' fhis group does lheir all for furfhering good Journalism on college campuses. Members on +heir daily paper roufes find fime 'I'o laugh off +he mess. Hhey raised 'l'he fuifion, dinl' 1'hey?l ALPHA PHI GAMMA ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS '-x. ' 3 S .si YS A gg Y C FTSE T .. ?"y. ., Berllcen Glenn Gorfon Haskell JGHSSH JONSS. E- KFOUSB Loewe , ' 4 Bunfon " Leininger ,, . V g A -T'- . Lucitli 1 in . X, 4 t Ek A O'Neal Quinn, J. Ross, C. Roysfon Ryan, D. 5. Swv Sappemgield Sponsoring The Queen's Tea and 'The Queen's Ball are fwo of The many impor'l'an'I' funcfions of AWS. Every woman sfudenl' al' FSC assislecl Presidenf Maylene Wong in bringing Malfried Hannewolcl 4 fo Fresno from Norway: in enfering a 'floal' in +he Ve+erans Day Q paracleg in operaling 'The sfuclenl' posl office and in olher lop y lunclions of +he school. , 3 T Sirman .. mv, La z, 's T' Smifh, C. w. by . ., -...S 'T Taylor, J. 4. ex.. ly W Thompson V -TT. ' T3 1 S ,Q H"s a women's world, alright Williams Wong, M. 9I A ': S The Supreme High Command. lMean looking, aren'+ +hey.l V l i A 5' "1 , , Carson Einsfein Fragie Herr Hinds Hughes Leal Mains Mariscal Parisie ARNOLD AIRSOCIETY Bev Thompson. "All righ'l', who sneezes?" 'ww-1, .MM 'M-. bi Selecfed from +he ranks of upper division ROTC s+uden+s are +he members of lhe Arnold Air Sociefy, named offer 'l'he la+e General "Hap" Arnold. These men, selecied on 1'he basis of scholarship and characfer, sponsor one of 'ihe largesl' manda'l'ory dances on campus. The boys in blue also award a fiffy dollar scholarship and fhis year were led by Cadei' Bob Sal'l'er. This year's Mili'I'ary Ball Sweefhearl' was 5 E f Q3 Payne Rosenbaum Salfer Sanchez Self H S+ewar+ S'l'umph Summers Tolladay Andreis 5 E 2 in-ww--mr -sn fm S r . 1 f V ' l n -Q ., ., . X K ' . ,- J 1 : ff '1 H ' Q., 1-kf 7"i K ,, ,,iQQlQQ? "f Wi Af' 7' The Thursday Afiernoon Chowder and Marching Sociefy. 93 The Gals give fhe Thefa Chi house fhe once over from fhe Crow's nes'I'. Barne'H' ' A Bell, M. Ari 5 if ..,y, ,, 5 I fi-2 Bower 5 "Girls, Girls, Girls, come back in off fhal' balcony and leave fhal' poor boy alone," is 1'he familiar cry of 'l'he house moiher. Sfonding in line fo ea'I', baihe, io go oul' as well as signing one's life away every fime you leave ihe Hall, are all ihe com- mon and enioyable environmenl' of a building jammed wi+h women. Ina Mae Nichols led 'l'he group in ihe Fall while Jane'l' Caclcler 'look up 1'he crusade in fhe Spring. z-, eess 9 gf as A if A A iiiiili s . Chaffin Church Civelx Clifford Clyde Colwell Coolc, N. Coughran MARY BAKER HALL 94 Anderson Anderson, Apperson Beers Blaisdell Caclcler ,B S. fs 5' Q.. 5. 'fx ,wi d -4 3 Q' QAMY. f 5. Sf E- il , , , K' t i . ds, 2- V as m 1 .At v 1,2 ' .ua 1, 'Q , '1 ff' ,. in . Davis, C. IA: Hayi' , r H 5 15, 5. I! Kelz Wg iw Macias i n Q .1 Merx i 3" f Piani r Qs Ziff ' 4' Yifil , Rich h yy X fe, I W, x e 2: Q s 'Er Silveira Q sf r, N .H " 'JE' ,, Sfockman 45' Up'l'on If h Y, 1 5 -r ,G Q71 ,,. n A X :Lv '- h k , ,, y J - ' is i i i i f is - ,,i. L. 1hL V DuBois Gerner Gisi' Guler Hannarold Hansen Hedger Esies Jensen, R. Kerr Maihews Moore, J. Quinn, J. Sawiell Smifh, C. Valenii Thorp LockeH' ,W f 2 McFee+ers U , f 'eLA ,mga 1? .. g if Kisfer Lacey Leininger Levis 3 0 ai A . , ' ' ,rf fn? ' .. 5 U i 4 A fa Q f " . Murray, A. Nicholes Okyay Park Peferson K. P. is all pari' of fhe happy life ai' fhe Women's Barracks. Brown, L. s Carson , e Comsfoclz Ai 4 DerGarabedicn fer?-sgasn f ' Downing l V e 3. l DUPIYK .aff , Goggin ,f H- 1- K- 1 ' ll W , , . ' f K, , F 2 . y o:,g Q , M Q F. yi f , .o, i . e in 2 gl aj if f ts F v. f 1. A . .H y -my Slrilcing a sober pose are Blue Key members: Dan Goggin, Hal Main, Vic Pesqueira and Bill Nesbi'l'. BLUE KEY Blue Key is an honorary men's upper division fralernify where membership is based on service lo 1'he school and scholarship. During Fall regisfralion 'lhey hold a drive for 'lhe Unifed Givers Plan. ln rhe Spring semesfer 'l'hey sponsor Sludeni- Leaders Day for fhe valley high schools. The big evenf of 'l'he school year is Homecoming Day which s'l'arl's on Friday evening wil'h l'he Blue Key Carnival, where all 'l'he Orgs on Campus pul' up boolhs and malre money. Hal Main led l'he group in all ifs worfh-while acfivilies. X ...ah Q A A K' 1 Q 'll P s N , , wh, . . , - E w 11. Hall, B. Herr Hurs'l' Khachigian Kleisf Landry Losee , W, 6 kj 2 lf :,, ,-9 :ab V A - V i f tif L' .. ' b S 5 1 9 B qi K . l 'l' ' ., ,. 1 , if ' ' - 1 MacDonald -Main, H. Mifchell Pesqueira Po'Her Nesbi+ SproH- BRONZE BUCKLE 8. EMPATHY Bock .. r' 'V N-,xx Clarke, K. i f fylf .A Y Douglas xi -gif I 5 ' Flores , Ah, fhose gay, young and budding Bernhardfs and Cyranos. 1 455 Hursf Q QC-F Bronze Buckle is an honorary speech frafernify for men while Empafhy is fhe female counferparf. Joinfly fhey sponsor a Speech maior and Minor parfy. During plays BB offers coffee and Empafhy has a cake sale. Empafhy ' M gives a Xmas dinner for BB and faculfy members. Empafhy always gives an . 0 inifiafion dinner and BB refurns fhe favor. Melvin Khachigian and Vaughn Khach'g'an N ' if Basseff are BB's fwo presidenfs and Doris Yoder and Paf Mclnfyre are fhe Prexys of Empafhy. Louderbaclc V " 'KA ll his Rosano gif Ludlow Lund Morrell Rocha Yoder 'ia My , Q X, , gage, 1? 6 yf. 4 eg VJ Q 1 vs I Q, V Hr, X N as as , r f ' I 5 E I A J r R "md X 'B' W A 1 W'f' -- .L , 'Ff ' f- . ' 4, VWV: , ,,,,L ,, , .4 1' I rig' H Q f . I L , Qz: y ff. 3' s L Afchley BaH'y Besl' Berlese Berllren Boolh Briglia Brown, E. Camarofa Camp Canlon Case Claclc Clifford Coelho Cochran Cross Cunliffe Craig Cyr Daniels Davis Dennisfer Diclr Diener L r ' fl' f C' . ',,,' . , 14 'az' : fll ' A ' . , L , x A: 4 A V A W,lC V l :W i A B 25 . K 1 f' ' L H L. 2 ' 'F J 521 " 'E' , Dowdle Ford , V llll -- ' DFCH1 Fouchf g. Ny A ' As A , Ericlxson From , " , ' in AA - . EXl1ehI'Y Garner 5' H ' " ' W V ' Gipson Guler ' Q, GiS'l' Hadsall fs. " 1 ' M Glohn Hannorald do 4 ,- L' My Ham :ff C Q, I A f ,I ,, lah Hoy Hruslra ,fl Q, k . X Huler Ivancovich. A. I " ' ' - I , Q j Hansen lvancovich, H. G. 1 A,l,....r K V - ,'. V A Hays Ingoldsby 3 1 A Q , V Ei! yy ,. ,-,, -- ' ,uf A f' Q ..J,: Janfzen J l1 ,A. 1' L f. V Jenlclnson Jzrhrlfsizrn, F. . of ' X 5' P j9fI':Seh A Johnson, J. X V y J az.. C f - o nson. . Johnson, M. gr V JOHGS- J- Kenneasler FM i Jones. M. Kerr ' f L Kdmldll Klsfer lg Kelly Khachigian Klemm Logge Lacey Larson Lindley Maclas Marsh Marhn Meleluan Low Lowe Ludlow Marrow Mlchaells Muller Mllchell 1 CALIFORNIA STUDENT TEACHERSL XSSOCIA ION CHINESE STUDENTS f' A -N U' r :A V 4? hr 8 Chan Ching Lai Lee Mar Quang Tuclc Ung S . . ,, E N A . 1 i it W My 5 a Chu Gee Gong, E. Gong, J. Hoy Wang Wong, M. 5 X , N4 Wong, C. if Wong. S. , Wong, W. ' Yick ln 'ihe Fall 'The Club holds a Freshman Recep+ion and a Fall Hop. A+ Xmas 'lhey go Caroling and fhis year 'The club parficipafed in 'rhe elevenlh annual Chinese Sfuclenfs lniercollegiaie Conference. This Spring fhey are planning for a Spring informal dance 'lo raise funds for a scholarship. The Senior Picnic and The Chinese-Nisei Exchange will climax a year of busy ac'livi'ries for 'lhis Org. 99 Prospec'l'ive members of Chi Bela Alpha are hosfed al' +he semi-annual banquef by +he old members. inf -. Albach Bodeson Burchell Chan Chrisiodoulos Durani' EI-Khederi Ericlcsen Fisher CHI BETA ALPHA A Q To bring Chrisimas cheer +o FSC sfudeni' by selling Holly is one of 'l'he funcfions of fhe Chi Bela Alpha Fraiernify. Composed of members of ihe Ag Deparimenf, fhey are devoied 'l'o service io The college and fo 'I'he communify. The main campus evenfs are 'l'he Aggie's Roundup and Donor's Day. ln an aHemp'I' +o persuade fhe promising young men of +he valley +o aH'end FSC, XBA holds an annual Fuiure Farmer's Day-an evenf similar 'io 'I'he Blue Key's Siudeni' Leader's Day. Gary Vanderziel led 'l'he group in fhis year's evenis. "Doc" Sirong, Co-sponsor of XBA, shows 1'he XBA "Bible" Feeds 81 Feeding" bearing signaiures of Alums. Pledge class. Fall of '56, Chi Bela Alpha. The boys 'lake lime oui from 'lheir planning lo pose for a piclure. Graham Mehlhorn Mock Moini Neilan Pagenkopp Pufman Winchesler Wolfe COLLEGE Y it x 5, 0 if ., lu 4 ,X Y Albaclw Alford Anderson. D. Anderson, G Bailey Alexander Berkhaeh ,-- .R , . ' ' r we lf . ,A .a , . ., , Bancroff Basford Berfken "' A gnu +1 a f' I Bigge Boaz X V A A 0 Ni C lk L P A Q . H fi kr k XA iid , 'ull fl X' f 1 f '55 ' 5 X L I u Q T, W - " . Chamberlain i Y NM b, " an mi V I C. X "' - "f 1 g an V 'V 9' K , Q , in X a ' V! - Comsfock 3 g ,K , L. V Cro'H's, N. Vtwf A H A' ii - A -J if 0 1 " A. 3 he , 9 V I " ,, , A 'wrist : fir' " A - V A ' f' - ' I' 'Af iii 'Ill' 1 K -- .2 r . ,, ,Q ,C ' M . " Q ' 1 C i ,e-rA C. , or aar. l ll i .V I A Erickson, C. Fannin Furgurson Gillaspie Glahn Gould Grewall Hadden I02 Bndeson Bryan Burchell Carlson, L. Carver Caskey Chrisiian Clarke Cochrane. Cooke Cox Croffs, D. Cummings CunlilTe Davidian Dennislon Driggs Duncan if '57 ia' -7--, , 1 'f ,sz V Q' 7113 X f I. rf' 1 ' L ' ' K , .L,, gf , , . .N -he 1 'r i l-,,L V " L 1 ZLI Q ,i 1' 6 I .., H lsfll ,, sr , , f 4 s gh R 1 af' 121 -9, Hursl' lngoldsby Krafz Main Neumann Nilclaus Sappenfield Say if Q- -- i - r Qx N ix V i , i K I K .-.Q Q X -.vw V X K "il " Hall Halls Harris Harfman Heberf Hendsch Henclsch Hernandez Hills Hubbel Jaclrman Johnson, A. Jones, E. Joyal Lion Low Lowe Ludlow Klaassen Kofcholosian Mallras Marshall Marfin Mayeda Mehlhorn Melelcian Miller Mock Moini Nelson, D. O'Neil, D. Osborn Paffon Piclrup Pugsley Purcell Rasmussen Reeves Riggs Rodolfo The YM and YMCA's counrerparf on Campus is fhe College Y. Composed of sfudenfs inferesfed in . , if Q! N Religion, fhey perform many useful funcfions fo 'lhe .4 p A " in College. Among fhese are fhe Freshman Camp and V' I ... p . A 4: in coniuncfion wifh ofher religious organizafions, Re- i s .4 if Scheidi ligion in Life Week. Presidenfs Ken Harris and Jim ' H ' g Seah, Harris, wifh 'rheir excelleni' leadership, made fhis if an oufsfanding year for fhe College Y. 'Z Scofi' Self Shermis syn' Simplcins Small, F. Q Spence W Sfears Swanson x 'f ew. ' ,, Uhl N"'i Wacaser V ll Wallcer V' Walsh N la' Ward Fw ' Williams wins Wilson X Wolfson I Q Wolverfon, R. if A ' L Wood, D. il I Wulff 5+ Youngman 4 on 4 zqhns , 'N- COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Anderson This small Uni'l'ed Na'l'ions, on a social scale, 'Func'l'ions as a gaihering place Alchley for +he many foreign and exchange s1'uden'l's on campus. The group, under +he leadership of prexy, Gilberl' Khachadourian, meefs fo exchange ideas and cusfoms of ofher counfries and 'I'o furfher in'I'erna'l'ional undersfanding. This year 'ihe club fielded ifs firs+ Soccer +eam, which mei' wi+h greai' success. This is a spori' for 'rhe hardier fype. Blackman Boughol I '53 Ayill 'G so WY, so-,T . 'W' ' "W, ,H -- ., - ,- ", ': 5 p i ' .S N . 3' H A ' V N gb' .,, , A A i s " - - 'L 'Q 4' lin eg, A Q' 5, , E.,, agar- ::x ,V I i q - 1, f 1 ' .,, L , uqhuz .Q RM ! V A .,, , Carlin COllif1 n Cur'I'is DiaEddin EIKhederi G,-ew,-,ll Grill JepPS0I1 Kefmdnllflan Khachadou- Kofcholosian Mohan Moini Okycy rian Silviera Singh, A. Singh, A. Singh, H. Singh, W. The men wi+h 1'he big and 'Phe fasi feel. Hannarold Haiabruia Oniforian- Rodolfo oanh Shamma Shergill Somal Vaguilar nr-:sw Ill Williams Wong Zarinkafsh S' x ,F x Q 0 f iv he "7 ,sf . Q Q Kaz, N Q ARE, n . 12.3 ly X R--.v s P J K Ukv CRIMINOLOGY CLUB .iw gp Li .hE 1 ,h h x t 3 3 d I wa F d if R "" wh d Kreuher m' DeFilippcs Edwards Hcdden Haggerfon Hunley Kelly , ? Ecolredo d h x: Xl MCC'-'HY Mayeda Q55 ' T? in , vp eegrv ' ,-. ,A an Af' ' e M' w f I 4 Q. , di- fn QR 6-2: , f by Mocholis Nesbii' Radanovich Robinson Sadoian Schneider . 'M ' Wcfson Y 4 4 . ' A ,K W , ' ' ' -lllfnfaau A ' X - H H 1 1.151214-P 44' , ' - fi' i , A K 4 I , , -' K -Ia E:-5:5313 2..2'f 1"' F wwfV.- ' nfnn'n -wfphf' lm n 'aa ea, we V -- ' j Q gy . Q K 4 , -,, 1'i'5'5'fQ 7XifffiE,51,,'f , v .. , . 'L 'F - I Q ' " ' , '.:,::. I - i h .. ' N ' f ' K I 1. I ' fa-',g,::' i I f- : 1 , .. 1 , -- A i , fl', I - Ah. , ,Q , A i .,. , ,W W- -- , , " -ff Q " " ' ' We , Wi g " , 9 f ' ' 4 n e 'fr - Menn en, f A A K MV' ,,f.1F7sp . . I., vw ' W' ,,.,,, , A '42 ,. - A e 15 ee.., we n e - ,, , , W. AW.. dw: I05 it ENGINEERS CLUB EEEE f ,EEE,- i EEEE 0 S 'ff 3 ' ' ' 1 " FA' , Q-' 2 :E , f N i I BeaH'y BlackeHer Carlin Cavilla Cooke Cummings Cummings, S. Dee - x Q ij Boughol Dieberr 'E E 'TU' ' fig, S' Dobson S Donabedian Eaves Franklin ' ' ,sv ..m3:Mh D :my E 4 , LV Q my m y A , ' "2i ' f Q V I . . - . f ' tl Gruenwc d Engineers sfar+ 'Phe year wllh fhe annual Fall picnic f and Eooiball game belween upper and lower clivi- Y sion s+uclen+s. Field frips, local and non-local are N3 E A Q , faken 'Ehroughoul' +he year. A+ 'lhe Club's bonquel' " -ef g N fhe officers are elecled for fhe nexl semesfer. X21 X sg ly Kaden v ,, S .si E so kv E -95 L . is is ,fra 5, Q., 4 .. , E f ' ' -f1" F .4 Main, H. Mangiarelli Marshall Miller Monday Negley 'f E ' 1 ie f f , . 3 QQ are fhe Engineers , lfiis .. Smiling wi+h success over fheir new bridge consirucled oul' of maich s+icks . 1? EF F F4 Q Gerlifz Grice Harlon Jordan Leon Logan Pra nk Selo Shamma Shergill Simmons Singh Singh, A. Singh, H. Wes+, R. Janh Vasconcelo Zarinkafsh Y , -.. L .... - , Waiiing for 'I'he fresh ba+ch of money fhal' 'ihey have iusi prinied are The members of +he Epsilon Pi Tau. Epsilon Pi Tau, 'rhe indusirial Arfs Frafernify, held a ioinl' inifiaiion and banquei' wiih 'rhe chapfers al' Chico S'ral'e and San Jose S+al'e in Sfocldon +his Spring. The Alpha Lambda chapier sends a news leH'er fo all iheir alumni and 'The 49 chap+ers in 'The Unifed S'l'a'les and 'rwo in Canada. On fheir March calendar is 'rhe Founders Day Banque? which is presided over by Eugene Tubbesing, Prexy. tx 355 Ansolabehere Q lrr H' Griffey Nqr ':-ji ,,r.,,l.i:yg, . A Vl1V,:e,:,1 zu, A T i e.sy ir , y , - I o ef- -. .. .vs f X if 5 T 4'-T are 'K Eff x 3 Y Q, Gunz Klemm Lenmark NobliH Rankin Saunders Tubbesing Sfafford EPSILON PI TAU I07 The quesfion of fhe week sfumps Sam Shermis. arf, The ac+ivi+ies of ihe group include sponsoring fhe Campus observance of UN week and con- duciing a radio program, Collegiaie Opin- ions, every ofher week during 'ihe year. Each Spring, +he Forum Club prepares and sends a delega'l'ion io ihe Model UN. This year's model UN will be held in San Francisco under fhe sponsorship of USF. Over ll,00O are ex- pecied +o aHend from 'rhe I I wesfern s+a'res, Canada, Alaska and Mexico. Va K krez "' 15 , ' fl Kelm - Q 7 is K ec, ,, f , V 4 A il fi lzziilr J I Blackman Curlis Flores Goishi Gross Jones,J. 03 Bock - I 4' Khachadourian in Mocpheeiers , ,. V vs V gf wr Perry Q Reharl' T xx vuvs 4, f ii? , .Q -,A Sl'l6I'miS. l.. Shermis, S. W 'ev s Wes+fall C , g mr ,K K 775:71 Q A I Zarikafsh I FORUM CLUB W. 1- ,Q Vi Biff ' Zo. J V in - - ' 7 V K . i 4. an H - K 7 - 1' i xfh, A j 4 V' V- it f . . 'fi -' N' '. 3 , L' . QP we sf X' '1 . " f V-mf is .V,, , v 1 is , f',,:: Z-nr g W FXR , We cv' s, ' ' in V f ' V. 3 ii 1 , 1 l 3 ' "M 2 if if r D 1 "Qi, 7' B Z 1' ' X' X J . V , Q lg V , E ri rkk.. K Q ,K . K f 5 , V N55 N ..,, i y gg,-: i a n l A A ,,,z , A 'B V - '- 9' f - f fi , A' M , I EJ ..,"" ' D ' . ...ms 9 "' so l "' 'W so 'H if . ,-,, vxyxik ,M V .1 .7 Qty :.. x y x V HJ? 5 xl., 2 V kr: . 51 G my -- fn: . fr in V :7 I if , 7. iff . ,, I ffz, . 5 1' xr, " I V 1. '-1 K N- K , , , .,Lh I 4 , b V i m VV., sk . N Q . 'K'V 3, I ' f , ,, J - 5 ve' , Q , T. : as ,j e , me-5. FQ' ' f ' Q' - . . ' A - ' ' W . -, A'-L Sf, V, is W' .... 5. sf l V I Anderson, D. Anderson, G. Arrelus Ashley Avedisian Bahalian Barbaia Barnes Barneff Berkhaefz Bier Blade Boyer Carlson Caire Caslcey Chappell Coulfer Chrisiienson Church Civek Cook Cooper Coughran Crosse Cunliffe Davidson Davis, C. Davis, J. Davis, R. Declieri Duncan Dufy Fannin Farrens Gee , Gerner Giffen Gray Grifiis Hagsard Hall Harris Hariman Haycroff Held Helms Hendsch C C O C C W Hickman Hirasuna Hodges Hodson Hoyi' Jacobsen Johnson, M. Johnson, O. Jones, B. Kelz Kenneasfer King f ' H B - """ r ' ff' .,,,, M K Q. -A :L 6 . . wt' 6 . Q Wa r , iw A il A: - .,,: . A QL if 0 K 6 R :ff Q' i B. ix, N V ' i C , 'Q' ' ' LIZ - i QV ' - Q ' x . , 1. Q, I f r " F' T31 B V A ' 3 if B W gy" WQQ L+ Li -Q, ,,,. . . 'S H ' , Il' , - KI pper inser H- ,Q is ffl ,. , F C -L QQ " F L5 l-Yman 'V ' 'Q z f K' i 6 ,V ,J I' 1 4 'Z' -.., , Lenhard Macias " N . ' 5, 'fi E' M' 1' - Levis MacPheeiers , I " . A ' M L ' A y h Mallcas Nilclaus A A A Q avg" gs B' Mardikion Nance 5: A ' ,Rx 'Q Q 2 1 IR +6 Q w A Marlin, B. Niclrolson X D 'C X - f ., Y' Marlin. I. Normar+ ' 'X X cf' 0 'ii 1 61 , J V B . W Perry Porier by A , ' , ii., N' o Piacenfine Price z'if K r in -- fa " K F ' ' E M , 5: Piami Pugsley IA R' . M ' Aw! S , 'QQ , sf X Piffs Roberis SQ5. V A -eg ' 'Y' ' Q Q I V p V l ' X ' Q- Rosenbaum Shaw " Sf' " V Rofherham Shuii W g ' V ' ' fx Seher Smiih, C. ' Y K ,,, ,, c. NQE, A gt i-lib' Serpa Smiih " ' - v V . r ,. , ' ,V , K 'O Z , Sfoclrman Treaf A 1 , . ' , -7 'iiii N1 Surabian True 5-,L gs ,Q as Taylor Turl 4 ' X F ,, 9 , ,LH Thompson Walh by I 5' - an as r 109 r ' fer r Goishi ,,,, E. . K.k. .E I I Zig'-0 5 Ji' ,X All Q ff 43555 nf : I .,, I I ' A A ' if 'pl 4 ' ,fW , f ' 5 g 5, 'F A: 1 L A by v ,r , W 1 I ,J , -. 1 1 3 T1 L sea ihw' s,:- .-gf I qkik ii " I gk: fksev V mf. 'A J 'V n ex 1,1 if if gg gf Q, V my A ,i, y Lenmark f I 5 A . Q I , I I . " I J . T s T I U WoIverTon AIdereTe Ansolcbehere Avedicn Braun Casper Ciesielska Denbow GoTson Griffey Jinkawc Johnson, M. KeasT Klemm LeGrande Z at Levin T I 2-Inj in Q I Richesin K ,. ' LI E .A kkk: T7 syr A I .9 ,Q KY W , :Vb In :N 72 V Lion Saunders Q 1 Maddox MarTeIIa Miller NoIoIiTT PaH'erson STOTTOFCU Somal Thiesfeld TrucIcIin Tubbesing INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION CLUB The boys ThuT sTc1rTed The Do-IT- Yourself craze. These men are ArTisTs in Their own righTs, being TuTure designers oT The TuncTionaI mcTeriaIs we use in every day IiTe. BiII NobIiTT was The boss man This year. INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Q . .. A I ff -if f fIl:I ff' . I f ' new if A ,, ,,, wi ' ' , K A i Ayedian Braun Camp Carlson. G. Carlson, L. Collins Dick 5- Barlon I I-?"',f I v I," I I I Fossell tg Geor ian I my I 9 ,A Horne I in 5 I rs: l Y, . James VA V3 ., Q 5' I ' I- Q 6 vii, A It 1 Hammer ,- XE!! Q I 3' I Love R V R N' I I Melelxian - 5 Mehlhom i ,,-:- Janlzen Kinzel Larsor fd McCarI'y ii 55' I JZ I f 'C Merk Morrow, D. fi' i , Muso I IIIIIII I ' I F M1 h n ' ' Ki I-I ' C e ' I M' Olson, M. I, A I A I x rs , A oIo ,M H iii' 4 I V ff A ,V 3 '57 1 X ar pw I Pence I g Q in - A Raven Reynard Rodolfo Rogers, D. Rudolph Trukki , I i I .. qi' Tuck Presiclenf, Alan Pence headed 'Ihis Inlernalional Org. which foslers fellow- ship in religion on campus. The big deal in I'he fire fhis year 'For IVCF was I Ihe ball rolled which will mafure in fhe form of a Campus Religious Cenler. rf Ziff R Wenlworlh 4 'Q' Y Wood, D. Wrofen KAPPA DELTA PI 'S 'J ,T A is 'l' 1 ,ng ' f :few Q , 'Es' ' Q ..,, . EZ, H' wg . Q . Ex? sf , Yr'-Q Agia, QF A V .. 'QF 6' S Berlese Camp Khachigian Michaelis Olsen Rider Roys'l'on Ward Wick ff-T e i , T A ,... ., X I J ,, gt K 'L T .K 1 .IIY Qs, -4, .Qi Q. T Q 4 is T :fs I , :,: T. . Chlebrod Correia Diener Graih ' Grady Harmon Hays Hu'I'er This is a qaiional honorary educarion sociefy. The org holds one meeling each monfh, usually consis'l'ing of business and speaker on fopics of in+eres+ +o 'lhe educaiion field. New members are ini+ia+ed ai 'rhe beginning of each semesier. A formal banquei is held each May. 4 f ' in 145' From Johnson Love Nakaia Page ,,,., av I -.1 ' Q. . 3 ,, . rf., MTW' if L gn 5. 'gp Taking advan+age of +he sunshine while if is here, are fhese members II2 . at. se. ks N .Q Mu i be ' ip A ffl' A iv, - A I.: Basforcl Chrisfian Claus Freifas Grady Janhen The girls plan fhe Chrisfmas parly for fhe Nufrirional Home. Friendliness is 'l'he mo'Ho of 'lhis service organiza- fion. They hold Fall and Spring "Gel acquain1'ed" picnics, formal inifialions and insfallafion banquefs. Among 'lhelr prolecfs fhey serve for fhe faculfy KA PPA P H RA TE R ES Q pad, dren al' 'lhe Nufrirional Home and hosl' a Senior Brealrfasl' for 'I'heir graduafing members. Jepsen Kamian Kasmcfari Kiliiian Kubola Maeda Nakofa Nakcra Noorigian A A A 1 4 Gi ' I 1: 1 ' Rahilly Roup Say Shirley Takemoio Tanouye Websfer Wiclt Youngman II3 Alderefe Anderson Anderson, D. Ansolabehere Avila Barbafa,A. Barbafa, F. Briggs Caire Capriola Carlin Clune Coelho Coleman Connie Cox Diener Edwards Fouchf Garoppo Gendusa Giorgi Goggin Harmon, J. Harmon, M. Haskell Hodges Hufer Johnson Klein Lindley Losee Lucidi Macias Mencerelli Miller Nunes NEWMAN CLUB An annual po'I'luck supper s'I'ar1'ed ihe year off for ihe Newman Club. On Tuesday and Thursday workshops are held in Cafholic iheory. The fradiiional even'l's of ihe club are monihly Communion and a Com- munion breakfasi' af ihe end of each semesfer, plus 1'he HaIlowe'en Dance, Chrisfmas Caroling, Snow Parfy and a spring picnic when 'I'he new officers are insialled. This April ihe club was hosi' 'I'o fhe province conveniion which 450 people aH'ended. Fafher Negro is Chaplain of fhe club and of 'l'he province. II4 Rasmussen Rofalo Rofherham Roup Salier Sanders Sani Agafa Silveira Silveira, R. Slavich Sorrenii Spencer Taylor Treo? Waferman Vasconcelos Briglia Brown Bruioslry Byrnes Cross Cyr Dee DlaEddm Grady Gray Gregorio Landry Leon Levis O'Neal O'NeiII Osiendorf Pefers Piaceniine, D. Piaceniine, V. Piami Price Purroy W. I , . 2 lv- if . , :F '9- zi if E' if? I - ,r 5 we -1 I ,4"F- r ,A .V X K 1,1- 1 2 T ss 'VF' fi I 'Egg I -24 .-.. NISEI CLUB M.. , x-I X limi. , " a 'aiu if 131 x , ,fm ar .5 X :rx Yamaola Talomofo Talreda Sugifa Shimada Tanouye This branch of l'he Cali- Ogalo fornia infernafional Nisei Org. is very acfive af FSC. The president Cary Shimada led 'Phe group in Nckda A. carrying oul' 'lhe always successful Nisei Sweef- hearl' Dance which raises 'Funds for l'he Nisei me- morial scholarship. Maeda Komafo Jinlcawa Hirasuna IIS N. Sm: fha Q x s.., Q. l '-.f ., 4, if lf' ' t 9' ff' X V G .e,, ,. Wo' Q. 'wmv' aa. . fr- . Selo Nalcafa Masuda Kubofa Kasamafari lmai Gamani OMICRON SIGMA PI '1lb5 of 6 . Qgm?'i rf, ,J S rraarrr f .Q 4 M s Q E ' s f 6 s Y 1 ess .1 .. .sf ' 1- 'S Apperson Anderson, B. Anderson, S. Badersfacher Barber, B. Belcher Bell Benneff Borror Bufler Case Clifford Coelho Collings Colwell Dervishian Driggs Gipson Gould From Hadsall Halsefh Johnson, J. Johnson, O. Jones Kelly Krum Larson Low McCamish l Relaxing in fheir spic and span, perfecfly managed pracfice aparfmenf are fhese fufure home makers. The Home Economics Club on fhe FSC Campus holds a Bazaar for fhe school and communify, and a Xmas proiecf, which is food baslcefs for needy families. The girls aH'end fhe Province Workshop which was held in Yosemife fhis Fall. They also have exchanges wifh fhe lndusfrial Arfs, and Engineers. .sf , s, X h N 2 . Qmigzgg gggg gig xiiwv iff? 551' J' SD U . ' 7 , 124 7 . A si? , 1 :wi f Mechigian Mifchell Nichols Nielson Page I Parlcer Pisfacchio Recfor Richardson Ross I I6 Rudolph Snyder Sfeffen Sfump Tolloday Turner Vierra Wilson Wong, C. Wong, W PHI KAPPA PHI These are fhe Brains plus. A 2.5 scholasfic average is l'he only requiremenl' fo fhis organizalion. Needless fo say 'I'he membership is small. H' is 'lo be considered one of 1'he highesf honor groups on campus. Bedrosian Bryan Boclc Correia McCollough Nalxafa 1 l- II7 Rasmussen Roysfon Wong Each Year, ai' 1'he sfarf of fhe second semes+er, a group Q V, X ,- or 1 r of ou'l's1'anding Freshman Women are chosen 'I'o be ihe h b , A members of fhe Freshman Women's Luncheon Club. This A km ,V .w U , a honor club coniinues io prove +heir capabilifies ro ser- vice +o fhe school. Anderson, M. Bier n M, , r i , if, , e I rV" K - .V , X -- . 2. "' A r 'Q an si " r f "'g .-2:3 ii Caskey Davidson, M. Hadsall, C. Hansen, J. Hendsch Hirasuna Hoyi' o u GW W , W ' H Mx E. Y ,,,,, T V x ii 'r 1 ' X12-cf ' Q' 1 Io, 472' ,gf is ,f rnn, if Kenneasfer King Malkas Peferson, P. Piacenrine Piani Pugsley V -. ,, V it is f' ,.-' ' v g' -1- fr- s . Q.. i 'P we H Q-5 f ff ' ,,i4 'V ff' 'yi ' K N in f ' A! 1 Seher Shaw Sfone WaI+z Wang Ward Wulff FRESHMAN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON CLUB P R E M E D C I, U B Viewing auiopsies each year are +he members of ihe Pre-Med Club. O+her aciivifies include a ban- quef in +he Spring al' which a scholarship is awarded +o fhe mosl' oufsfanding Pre-Med or Pre-Denf s+u- den+. Jim Osborne was fhis year's presiclenf. R es iii 5 Q ' E .V W' .5,i . E A -A ' r s ss 6, as g , Q i is fi 'wg .L , Lyt ss so . V s A - s V , x x ll 44 Grilione Hinds Kallman Kessell Leef Lewis Manoogian May -s.. 'U' 'cw- rr R r v7 ' il 'P+ ,ss cg rrlssi .,,kV .K - t W kk ., fl 1, .V Pefers, G. Piaceniine Robinson, E. Rogers, l. Russell Seeley S'l'orey Wong Laughing off anolher los+ pa+ien'I', +he Pre-Meds fake a break. l .4613 In F -42 In Cobb Franscini V i ,UQ Gabriel T is ,V Hager 5 5 'seek 3 Hanner . X., Harlan I wiv ,, A ,N 3 ,, , Casper Chrisfiansen Dominici Erlich Farris VARSITY F Lucien Franscini and Julius Dominici shared honors in 'l'he Varsify "F" sociefy as LeH'ermen hold Fall and Spring Presiclenfs. This group of FSC annual Traclc and Fooiball clinics and also man age 'lhe Sladium parking lo'I'. The presideni' is a voling member of 'I'he Board of Aihlefic Confrol. l v Hogrefe Laurilzen Manera Marsoobian Peak Richesin Ruhl Salier Flexing fheir iaws a+ 1'he camera are 'lhese Varsily "F" members. l Typlfylng l'he siairway fo success in service are fhese SSS members. 1.55 4 ff .sd t mf as Haskell Jensen Krous Merkel Self Spence Johnson Joyal The purpose of Triple S is any kind of service lo FSC. They are hoslesses al' l'he Freshman Receplion, and usher al' lhe Foofball games. They help wilh l'he Queen's Tea and l'he Queen's Floal'. Their annual Co'Hon Ball inifiafes Spring on fhe Campus. Jan Johnson has lecl fhe members lhrough a very busy year. I2I SOPHOMORE Belcher Bu'l'ler DeH'inger Gray Leininger Quinn Slavich Taylor 'ss ' Q7 , ., SERVICE SOCIETY mx f. Q. 'U 5' 5-we II 4 . iw iw E L45 ju, '45 x g. - F Bailey Cochran Field Guler Lucidi Ru+herFord Smilh Walerman TOKAl0N .af X .ui , sv-' ' S1 i 1 F ' Y is ' - -gf' 5 1 ' Kfl 3' Iv ff - N X gf Im 4 c 4 ' K I ,., 5 Esfes Gorfon Hufer Knowles McFee+ers O'Neal Gendusa Page, P. Roysfon Shepard Sirman Williams, B. Service, aclivifies and scholarship are all requiremenls for member- ship in 'rhe upper division women's honor Fraferniiy. Dinner mee+- ings, lhe sponsoring of 'rhe Queen's Tea, decoralion of 1'he classroom doors al' Chrisimas and lheir annual awards assembly in ihe Spring are a few of fheir evenfs. Lois Huier led fhe group in 'rhe Fall and Beih Ann Knowles look over 'ihe gavel in lhe Spring. Holding up +he free is noi' one of fheir ac'rivi+ies. Wong 'fa' v my L" f.','1'? 4 in f I '. V, 'TD' , "'P"'i' 'ifffvglj 8, ,f1:,4,1', 'V' T : M , 'M . '- .. e Bryan'l' Cackler v r B II Zia? Church Coffman Fannin Franke Gumz Hadsall mr., , 5 Hansen, F. Hansen, J. Jensen Lahanos A A .5., .X .,., Collins Giffen Halls Hardgrove Love fr 1 :- J V s. f' ew f K if f M - ' - s.-WV, ff M x it I ... - ,Fi W ' I , ' A ,X - s ' . . , . w ' . ' , K f Y -k J ii U X bu ,,., Yih. i Vrllk i E e z Klaassen Knowles Kubofa Marchese J N 3 Nevms D Milfon Noorigian O'Connor J ,f'FA' -F . . 1 , if A v W.A.A. Campbell Carder Cook, M. Domi Gillespie Grilione Hamplon Hansen, D. Hueler Jacobsen Low Ludlow Marlin, J. Mafhews, M Miles Musick Park Phillips Pickup Raven Rhoads Rich Richardson Rudolph Shepard Sirman Smilh, D. Slephens Swanson True Valen+i Wallz Ziegler X-sf 5, V, -er .. 'sw er V 2 .wg 97 ,, I A G A SE ,A ff in 'Nix if , . Ag yffy ZA' ' in H r if X i i is . l5i, l 1' ,,,. 'Z is ' VM A 7 J I n 55, y X ly ,A fi no 4 . rf f W . 0 S -. 2 I is , Q ez. 'i is i ii ' K 'S ' iii? lv! I K, 2. , ' 3, f : ,fs . vx.Z j 6 , Y ' I fr Anderson, D. Anderson, S. Beaubier Blaisdell Call: Carlson, l.. Carson Carler Dirlcson Farrens Fihsimmons Fragie Hodson Hoyl' Jaclcson Johnson, J. Joyal Kleisf Lacey Levis Lindley Linser Loewe Lys+er, R. Macias Marshall McCollough McFee'rers McNeil, J. Milchell Morey Moore Penman Panfell Ramon RGPP Rasmussen, Ja. Robinson, E, Royslon Savial Seeley Serpa Shepard Small Taylor, S. Uhl Walson Whife K ' .' , T' ,Wff I 'jk "kb 'sq nl l 5 VVQ: if A Af , 1 H V -We ,y,,, y ssi , L 1 Xin, ? .. ,fy , . Davis Diener, M. Hellerich J. Hills Cochran Coughran Cross Glenn Goodrich Hall Furlhering lhe cause of Republicanism is +he local chapler of 'lhe Young Republicans. The Ronald Berg Memorial scholarship was esfablished by lhe YR's. H' is given fo an oulslanding sfudenl' in lhe Social Science Deparlmenf. Ray Fragie and Jim Harding served as presideni' 'rhis year. Carson Rapp is College Service commiHee chairman of 'rhe s+a+e Young Republicans. Ac+ivi+ies consisi' of bi- monlhly meefings, dances and parficipafion in poliiical acfivilies. YOUNG REPUBLICANS THE DAIRY CLUB " - -, A Q , 3 -. , , if - K e- Cos'l'a Gamni+z Mehlhorn Neumann lah V ' i Q! A W1J: Pufman Risoen The Dairy Club is a relafively new organizafion af FSC. Concerned wifh fhe proper care, feeding, breeding and mainfaining fop breed dairy ca'H'le is fhe cIub's main purpose. The group +akes par? in livesfock iudging, 'Field frips and discussion groups. Connie Andresen was fhis year's president l25 BELCANTO 'fi J ,. sf" c X ' V , ' -, M 1 -. 1 , E121 A Q 1 -5, 9 A aim! EF if ' ' .1 ' -' ilu mf' Bangsberg Fosseff Garoppo Phillips Riggs Rogers, L. Walsh Voices and Harmony are fhe lceynofes of Bel Canfo, a vocal group of fhe Music Deparfmenf. Led by Beffy Mae Riggs, fhese voices are nof only heard by FSC sfudenfs buf also by many fownspeople. Using fhe facilifies of fhe new Music building, fhey promofe fellowship among voice sfudenfs and provide addifional opporfunifies for formal recifal appearances. . X -"' ' K 4, 5 .gf.,, L - ,. 4 ' . . . if if 1 Q f is H aliziff Q' 'L S ff ,L I Jggz it: V s ffl, , V Brooding Hendsch, D. Horsfman Jackman Jorgensen Kruger Y -, gggy r Sforey A Air - i' if l CARDINALKEY ee, i K Composed of fhe oufsfanding men of fhe lower division is Cardinal Key, an honor frafernify. These men serve as hosfs af fhe Freshman Recepfion, mainfain a permanenf blood reserve for all sfudenfs and perform many needy fasks on campus. Jim Jorgensen lcepf all members very busy fhis year. K E L, I ig 'f X-Yrs A ., Arnold, J. Beyer ,... 'iijf h ' i 1 :yi my T 'Y . g 5 . wi-J A AI' N, .,l.,,.I? y , -T, -Q"' .X 4-wg Maniscalco McClendon WebsTer, B. Ciesielska EsTes THE DA MES BETA BETA BETA Planning Their peT Amoeba show are These Tri-BeTas. The Dames is an organizaTion Tor The wives oT FSC men. NoT To be ouTdone by Their husbands busy social lives, These Gals really go all ouT in Their varied acTiviTies. Among This year's evenTs were: The SanTa Baby Dance which had TerriTic enTerTainmenT. Deli- cious calces are oTTered Tor sale aT The Dames cake sale, and Those gals can really cook. A nighT oTT Tram doing The old man's homework. PSI CHI if T di I " I F' as I. 'ill' :1 Tuggle SproH' Nice Krous Hernandez Hergenraeder Hager Giannopolous Carson Aveclisian Psi Chi is a Nalional Honor Sociefy 'For Psychology Sl'udenl's whose purpose is 'Io promole scholarship and advance 'I'he science of psychology. Shown, I. Io r.: Carmen Garriby, Dave Carson, Ed Hernan- dez, Presidenl, Dave S'I'ansberry, Joe Scrivner, Dr. Reuben Schwarlz, sponsor, and Helen Oder. V Fscauunoscfks Champion Cook Ericksen, S. Flanagan Giffen X . I ' umm Mueller Phillips Secresl, C. Walh Winan Sample I28 GEDLOGY CLUB 'W ' : mi 5 . ,f"'i -. 'H Q f R J iii A s i rrlrrrii as l " V 1' ic' 1 flzz, ld 1 I in H 51.4 A gr' Lixrk Lug! I .Kk . Q l T , Andreis Bancrofl' Dominguez Jenkinson Lindley Machado Manera Masuda A . 5 Oslendorf .e'1 ' Maxwell KY These Cals can gel' rich quick by pulling in a hard day wilh lhe I old Geiger counler. Rock Hounds and 'fulure Wildcals compose s o i +he Geology Club. Frequenl- field lrips 'lo local slone quarries are , f'gg. Mundqy a feaiure evenf. A ' lifi R Qi VKK1 - , 1 . E Myers, T. Penman Reid Uhl Ward Wrighl, J. N V Auger D e W r i! in llll Bird ' P R I Q 4' '4 o n s PM ' by A Boul'l'on ' f i 4' ' ' y g Canion I .R A X T- . Coder Davis' P- 32 3 A . Q ,a Diener. D. lyyi - gy. , 'J J I . . yn l 1 sl,sl fg j 65+ Working wilh lhe youngslers is lhe 1ls R 1 'iiif r Glenn work of fhe members of Ki-Pri. Pre- . if HJ G d siding over 'lhis year's monlhly meer- A ll . g G'adY oo ings were Diane Medoff, Clarice ,,-. Guler Zwefzig. The annual A.C.E. conven- J if +' 'S + 'lib Hdd Q ' I lon m acramen o WI e a en e - L sg y ., 1, .av . ' Haskell by a delegoie. A luncheon in lhe ,, 3 2 Hedge' Spring honors all Senior girls. lngoldsby X if A 9" W 1 1' . " ' 'A - Q .. f ua ' 'Y , N ' ' ' V ,, fi' 'K , Q -1 ' -1 ' Q 2 4. - f . -f ri Q R V W f gf, l 4. .,,,, 5 l iiiiiil J' -V J S Johnson, F. Jones, J. ,. 3 3- , I 4 i ,. L' R ' X :arf- ee Kamian Kisler Klaassen Loewe Lynch, B. Meyling, M. Michaelis Miles Nichols Noorigian Panlell Park Purroy Rasmussen Rogers Royslon LUTHREN STUDENTS - 2 fs ys, pf, C I- U B 1 , f A ,e , A , ,ssr l r Ek : Q A .. nfl' " fy ii Anderson, R. Ashley Ayers Bryani' Caskey Claus 1 is ii .:1.e, Er Ff h Afe f u Riff'-Q ee e Ae e Q- A 7 'ee if 'R ee , E Q l E ' A . or ,,, :.,..f ff' , ,, A , xy s V 7 K WJW Q A 4 if ll E ff sg' 5 4,-L H A' ,A 3 A 6 , 14 vu- h nf , gil Dufel Erickson Frohow From Furgurson Hammond Kinzel Lehman Normari' Osborn Prenk Rasmussen Ryan S+ree+ Wallevand Wick Wills, W. Youngman MU PHI EPSILON Enjoying +he honor of being associaied wi+h 'ihe highesi- Na+ional Music Sororify is Mu Phi Epsilon. These girls perform mon+hIy reci+als for all. They are oflen busy doing social work for 'The communify in 'rhe field of music and helping under-privileged children. Dora Warson was fhis year's president , 1 ii T a W6 93 2 f 626 if Bangsberg .:-6:15 . I t?.,,,q F dd V ,, K Q I kk A fr I . f j K V em., ,ii , 1 if A V ,f i " I ' . Qs. 2 il 'V :fi in ,, Wafson Phillips, P. Walsh Soleno Ryals Rogers, L Merkel Krous Krikorian Bryan ll . ' s l l ' " Berflcen A ,A V A Bircl V' u x 'S ff 4, 3 I . as L. I if Carcler Q JP' A H? Connie zgi A Confreras 1 Yq" Gillespie w 'gr . Hansen, D. g Hansen, J. is . ' Lewis 1 f F2 at D Milfon K X 'lines Marchese Nicholes PIEPSILON ORCHEHS Lx,,w1wW ss,, .n -we 02 :J si f Q - , . an E .25 Q , ssf J ex' s Noorigian Pa pendorf Pisor Seeley Self Valenli I r R qqfsx ' lsr N 1 ' wi 51 3 lp , f J? i 1 A- 'W i 'E ' esp Rasmussen Vergeer Bagdazian Cackler Franke Gamage Hansen, F. Hansen, J. Ryan, D Pl OMEGA PI e i Aft .-13 5 5 Q iv- my, N K ' 1' I e S i S ,Qi 2' kg A in , ., Mr L A X VVAA i V. I . vm , g A H Q S 45? V ll i "5 . ' 'V' ' 7 ,fs l gp g g is . Wong, S. Rasmussen McCollough Kiliiian Hubbell Gorfon Der Erwin Garabedian Pi Gamma Mu is a Nafional Social Science Honor Fraiernily. An annual award is given each year +o fhe Social Science sfudenf holding fhe highesl grade average. A banquei' is held each semesier plus an annual Siealc Fry each Spring. Various o'I'her luncheons and dinners are held 'iealuring guesi' speakers. John Rasmussen held lhe fop posi' for boih semesiers. I32 si, Janhen Melekian Sharp TRANSFER WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION The Pink and Black Bob Hop and 'Ihe Cranberry Creep were Iwo noon dances sponsored by TWO. This is 'Ihe Org Ihrough which Ihe Transfer Women sI'u- denfs become acquainied wifh FSC. ' Auger Bell Case rf 5' I I I-Vtgfa l If fl' Gosfanian Halls Ives Q .5 ' ' A. 'T fr. A In ig H 'I 1 Mechigian Peferson Purroy Coelho f' v X, , sIe Klaassen If ,I . .K I is . , W Reece ', I: ! Cyr Dervishian 1 A I I I ' P'-'J A-.1 a ll' A Low Iv1cNay ' -" Xt ,WN , K 41' Sangsfer Shirley fi .f Sfeffan Tharp Thieband Turner Vierra Wood YOUNG DEMOCRATS d k Blackman Collins Curlis Flores Freifas Furgurson Giannopolous Hergenraeder Hill Horne ,I Ii,- 2 T 'R 1 . A I ii i T T ' I ,I I A I i eff., JA :,, :Ii A Z . W V ., I, A A Johnson, K. Kiligian Magarian O'NeiI, D. Reharl' Reid Rosenbaum Smi'I'h. R. Wallevancl I33 PHYSICS CLUB in af' , I . -wg 1 V.,A e ..- . , , E 'V E 'L ' .IV'E":i K :rf . The Physics Club is composed of 'l'l1e fufure scien'hs'I's, doc- 7 F Z," V . . . . . '10 , gina +ors, pl1yslcls+s and elecfromcs men. Group discussions, Q .gfv - ,ri movies and leclures plus field 'rrips are on +l1e year's agenda h , of 'ihe Club. Q Avila, G. Cranmore Gardener Georgian Morez Negley Sisemore Wen+wor+l1 Ellis PIANO FORTE m ' ' 3 R 1 i '5 Q- Z , A -fi"-N ffiis ii' " 5' 'Sf' Avedian Bock lmai Kolclwolosian Krous Manuel Merkel Meyling Mueller I34 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA z., l p pp i X rip L ., l in . Q, f Y S f L , , . A r u L 2 L ' W Mueller Q Y 'A ,V 'lbi s- - I :-- W 1 Anderson, W. Barigian Bock Der Garoppo Hinds Mifchell, R. Garabedian g X 4, 'hM 3A 1 M y Peak h h Pence L is Sedoo Sky' 1' L Self HN al," : A , ., ' L te S L Sfumpf 1 In Q Prinz X , The purpose of ihis org. is 'Lo advance ihe cause of music in America. In rhe Fall lhe club holds a music siudenrs' ge'l' 'iogerher parry. In ihe Spring +he group holds a Spring Sing and fhey pariicipafe in ihe All- America Concert ., K 1, . . G. V A is ii if We 5 U Conireras Co'H'el' Erwin Gorfon 'ie' ' Q fr? S- f : H Hellerich, J. McCollough Roup Sullivan Silveira Wong, S. FRENCH CLUB Mme. Margarei' Sullivan concluded +he many acfivifies of Le cercle Francais. This org. inieresfecl in +he culfural and linguisfic confriburions of France, is open fo all sl'uden'l's who wish 'ro furiher fhe in+eres+s of fhe French Club. CHI Pl SIGMA Affiliafed wifh fhe American Chemical Sociely is The Chi Pi Sigma Frafernily. One of fhe main even'I's of 'lhe year, pre- senfing an annual award fo a Freshman Chemis'I'. Gene Dupzyk was fhis year's president fx Q Cornelius Dupzyk Komo+a Rosenbaum Wen+wor'l'h CAMPUS SQUARE DANCE CLUB I ,ef as , S A-A . ili A i l :l,1 0 I- -'A .. 5 ' A if' 'E A f i g.: G l ' - 5 A m ' ' 'Vbk hh i A A K ' h A A A ,,.. A K i . AQUA K xi If Alford Avila Bryan Burchell Cooper Dee Dennislon Dowdle Carson . . i N 5, S f B f- 'R 1 il ' - V- V' ' C ,V I - 1 C, S 5 A , C, Clemenfs Cook Correia Grady Gregorio Gumz Hadclen Haggerion Kinzel Marlin Pickup Wallcer Wafson Wilson Winslow Wolverfon Wulf Zarrinkafsh efjimf, uf! N ib I : E ,..,,,E,'l 5 I.-.-Mu .. h ij Q NME K A ' . 1 im A S L A if A 4 Ji. A ., ' if W' C' C Ea: ri S 1 A VITICULTURE ff ,I Hubbell ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a new service fralernily composed of former Boy Scouls on Campus. ll' offers college men an opporfunify lo develop leadership, promole friendship and render service +o olhers. QR -, K Ai A A L 6' sf ,, Us 4 2 -' X.. 1 ............,, l ' ' i 'ig llli illll A Cf' V Qi- L A 5 i' - If ,V i fl -1 ,. 'V g in 'jfj Y : f r K ws .ki- :lg ""4'!l' gg' K M v Bur+on Chrislensen Chrisfadulis Duranl' Emerzion Keim Masuda Lehman Shapazian L. 'lo r.: Nick Dokoozlian, Vineyard Fore- man: Ralph Duranl, Secrelary-Treasurer: Lawrence Hawley, President Vince Pe- lruzzi, Advisor: Don Emerzian, Ron Bryanl' and Sfan Burlon. Hendsch Hill San'l'Aga'l'a Cochrane Sprofl Nice Mulhern Mangiarelli f, f All f- ' ,, . X 6' A ' ' L slii - L -sl c ' a 'W ' 1 L 1' bf A ww ,V V'-ef' WEE' . ,r.,.,,, J NL A :L A A ' .fr greets ., i. ,.. .5,., . , :.Ei4g.i L T avi' 1 . , 2 ' v . r ,., r, 0 I Gruenwald 'iff i Q 5 A 4 'Uv 5, Dobson We .4 Y A .- eeew or ii! LA. Franklin 5 6 a Q9 w JW fn li 'a '1 l QQ F00TBAll md! Head Coach Clark Van Galder Once again, a winning season...... Ray Allen Sfucieni' Manager I--M ef, M: 349 'ws r LV my K, ,v KK 1 rf. -1 is 9 Bob Burgess Line Coach Ken Gleason Ed Pisfon Backfielci Coach Publiciiy Direcfor June Roman Jean Rasmussen Barbara Lynch Sue Helms Myrna Lee Jones Barbara Websfer GAME TIME 1 I42 ah ,C as 4 1 M L ". 1' Aj, , if 3 ,L 1 I . 4 K 1 xx ,H v 3:- 1 IF' 6 1 MaioreHes: Mary Leach and Maureen Wrighi' High Priesis of Howl: Tom Sfears, Pai' Reed, Jim Jorgenson and Gordon Peak FSC's combined marching bands. "Wl1a1' ou'h'i1' are 'l'hose guys in 'Phe whife pon+s in? FSC 20 HAWAI 25 xr' ,W 'A 5 I l tx V if X .l A ,F gy ' Ts, 1 , y .,. 3 y 5 i Q 5 e Rod Galloway Lyman Erlich Willard Whifaker Bill Buffunq End Tackle Guard Cenfer Bulldog of 'I'he Week Bulldog of fhe Week Hawaii Game San Francisco Game The foofball parade of '54 was off 'lo a slow s+ar+ for FSC fans in 'Phe season's opener. A fired up Rainbow eleven from 'rhe Universify of Hawaii dumped +he Bulldogs 25 +0 20 before a near capacify crowd of l2,000 in Ralcliffe Sfadium. Freshman Fullback, Dean Philpo'H', playing his firsf college game, was fhe leading FSC ground gainer and scored +wice. Lyman Erlich, also playing his firsi' game for +he 'Dogs, was named Bulldog of +he Week for his 'lerrific line play in fhe game. ln 'lhe above piclure Fred Bisfrick is broughi' down 'From behind offer a shorl' gain .... I44 FSC 49 LA. STATE A a I X A i ' i s i ix ' 5 ' K . gl l f '-1' Y 1 7 B Q Julius Dominici Fred Hous'l'on Bill Murphy Guard Tackle End Bulldog of 'Phe Week Bulldog of 1'he Week San Diego Game Sanfa Barbara Game I9 l l K Fred Bisfrick Quarlerback Bulldog of lhe Week Cal Poly Game Coach Clark Van Galder's Bulldogs grabbed 'lheir firsl' of six siraighf wins in fhe CCAA licl liffer, roaring fo a 49 +o I9 win over fhe LA S'l'a'l'e Diablos. Bulldog of 'rhe Week, Don Driscoll, raced for five TD's in fhe game. The I35-pound scaiback is off on one of his long iaunfs in fhe game shof above while a Los Angeles player is being upended by The fype of blocking 'l'ha+ charac+erized fhe game. A powerful ground aH'ack ne'Hing 452 yards complefely oufclassed fhe Diablos. l45 rsc 23 UTAH STATE I3 i wal I l A A N a I . l U J . L f i g 1 ri' I f 1 g .X l is I S Duke Snider Don Driscoll Dean Philpo'H' Jim RUl1l Halfback Halfback Fullback End Bulldog o'F 'rhe Week Bulldog of The Week LA S+a+e Game San Jose Game The Ufah S+a'I'e Aggies invaded Rafcliffe Siadium in fhe fhird HH' of 'Phe season as 'favorifes bu? Iefi' wonder- ing abouf fhe wisdom of fhe pre-game prognosficafors. The FSC eleven came oui' on lhe long end of a 23 fo I3 score, revenging a near slaughfer in Iasi' year's game. Halfback Winsfon Beasley was named Bull- dog of fhe Week for his 'fine running performance. ln fhe above sho1', Duke Snider is aboui' io gaiher in a long pass from Quarferback Fred Mosier. I46 ll, , Y if .k 3 ', rf' f f 2 4 ji 4 Q Paul Nielson Ed Sfevens Tackle GUGIT-l NEVADA X , , K ill X so 2 1 . .f J " lo, 4 x 3 D' 7 l yf Pele Nicely Cenfer Wally McFall Guard The FSC gridclers fraveled lo Reno in +he 'fourlh game +o baffle rhe Universify of Nevada and ran wild for a 52 fo 6 wm. Van Galder used his enfire fraveling squad buf s+ill could nor keep fhe score clown, especially H1 fhe segond half when fhe 'Dogs chalked up 35 poinfs while +he Wolfpack wasn'l' able +o deni' 'lhe S+a+e line eserve acks, Charley Farmer and Demar Lewis, had fheur flrsl' chance fo shine, boih coming fhrough wrlh oulsfancling running performances. . . . FSC - u l six .,l M Jim Greenamyer Tackle 26 Xl ix a Elberl' Bullock End SANTA BARBARA 20 24 . ,Q 'N 9 A IN 1 5 X A I XX W Q f I .X F i' ld ld 'f,., A 1 rx E Fred Mosier Sparky Hanner Quarlerback Halfback fj- B R ' , Coming from behind in l'he lasl' 'Four minules +o barely s'l'ave off an upsel' of major proporlions, fhe Bulldogs gained fheir second league win from Sanla Barbara by a 26 +o 20 score. A bad lhird quarler was nearly 'lhe deciding faclor in favor of 'lhe Gauchos. Dean PhilpoH"s six-poinler in l'he final quarler broughl' The Sl'a'l'ers home viclorious. Duke Snider averaged 2l.4 yards per carry 'From his halfback slol' 'lo cop ground gaining honors while Fred Housfon was named Bulldog of fhe Week for his oufsfanding line play .... I48 FSC E T l l 1 5 1 l I, T i l I , John Sfeinborn Halfback Bulldog of fhe Week San Diego Game 20 SAN DIEGO I , ,' ll . 5 i g I T li fi X if gg A l 2 f f J ' f Winsfon Beasley Jim Loffon Bob Johnsen Fullback End Tackle Bulldog of fhe Week Ufah Sfafe Game 'vt The Bulldogs rolled fo fheir fhird CCAA win of fhe year in San Diego, shu'H'ing ouf fhe Azfecs 20 fo 0. lf was anofher case of fhe FSC forward wall being iusf foo fough for fheir opponenfs. The defensive backs also drew a greaf deal of praise in allowing San Diego fo complefe only 4 oul' of I8 passes. John Sfeinborn, filling in for fhe iniured Dean Philpoff, came fhrough wifh his besf running performance of fhe year. The shiffy back gained Bulldog of 'l'he Week honors along wifh hard-fackling guard, Junior Dominici .... I49 FSC I6 CAL POLY L I , if 1 ,I g - IX Y I ' . oK'fJ: b N, " at-if S ,ky ASX E- I x f I ! , t ..,, ly X x -rf! ikcfl ,L I If I f Q2 Q Dick gugg Bob Line Phil Mirkovich Lance Jones guard Cenfer Tackle End H' was big game fime, I954, when fhe unbeafen Col Poly Musfangs invaded Rafcliffe Sfadium fo decide 'I'he ZCZA championship before an overflow crowd. The laurels wenf fo Fresno Sfafe wifh a I6 fo I3 win wifh John S+einborn's educafed foe kicking a 20-yard field goal wifh only 27 seconds leff fo play. Spo'H'ing fhe Musfangs I3 poinfs in fhe firsf half, fhe 'Dogs came fhrough wifh fhe finesf performance of fhe year fo come from behind and end PoIy's fwo-year reign as king of CCAA foofball. The above shof shows Winsfon Beasley ployilirgg fhrpugh fhe line for a shorf gain, affer faking a handoff from Quarferback and Bulldog of fhe Week, re isfric .... ISO FSC 4, A MARINES 20 1 K ig V. W M zbil Ii fi 5 , I g I I 75 I1 we 1 F A 1 I 1 I I A . I 'Q f I I S, l-'- . V 5, .4 V 13 5 Q E I K 1 Lee S-I-or-elee Demqr Lewis Charles Farmer Frdrlli Goishi Quarferbaclc I'I0I'FbGCIK I'IUI'lI90CIf FU'lbGCk I 'I 'J' A-.s.4 , . 2' 1 QA ep A six-game Bulldog winning sfrealr came Io an end on Velerans' Day af Rafcliffe Sfadium when a fough San Diego Marine eleven upended Van GaIder's crew by a 20 'ro 0 counI'. The 'Dogs held 'rhe Leafherneclcs on even Ierms for nearly I'he enI'ire firsl half before an FSC fumble gave 'Phe Marines +heir firsf score. A rash of infercepfed passes Icep'I' fhe S+a+ers from +hreaI'ening in 'Ihe second half while 'I'he Marines ran for 'Iwo more 'I'ouchdowns. Bob Garner is 'Iripped up by a Marine defender in 'Ihe acfion shol' above. ISI 4 3,3 FSC SAN JOSE 28 l +6 , Q pg ' ? 4 if :K l S i 'x J M Y l S lr AI While Eldon Bryanl' Bob Garner Wall' Reinhardi' Quarferback Quarferback Halfback Halfback A combina+ion of mud and fog, some quesiionable calls and a Sanford-Whipping bunch of Sparfans blanked ihe Bulldogs in +he annual rival classic be+ween 'rhe +wo schools. The Sparran crew was full of fire, and 'rheir hard charging line spelled +he difference. H' appeared 'l'ha+ every long gain fhe 'Dogs made was desfined fo be called back for a penalfy. Fullback, Dean PhilpoH', 'For his crunching line plunges was named Bulldog of 'l'he Week. In +he sho'l' above, Duke Snider, wi+h Ch arley Farmer running inferference, breaks info +he open. l52 Frank Wolverfon 39 SAN FRANCISCO 20 1 l ' . f 1 or T F 3 'dl ef, is W px g S K l Larry Hansen Gerald Sedoo Gene Laisne Guard Guard End The 2C2A champs rounded ouf fhe highly successful '54 season by drubbing soundly 'l'he Golden Gafors from San Francisco Sfafe. The Turkey Day baffle saw Don Driscoll finish his college foofball career nicely as he sfreaked for fhree fouchdowns picking up l88 yards in eleven carries. This was an impressive win for Sfafe as fhe Gafors are fheir own league champions. The line play again proved fhe difference as if smashed fhe opponenfs springing loose fhe fleef Bulldog backs. Seniors, Lyman Erlich, Sparky Hanner, Winsfon Beasley, Driscoll, Willard Whifaker, Fred Housfon and Fred Mosier closed fhe lid on fheir college foofball all in greaf sfyle. l53 R 4 x 4 H. f a Q 5 3 s I m Q -V , F W ff , g1 . 5 ' 'f'gfa'?1?Iff5'i "'w'E ' ' 5 A .. i f , , . Whk' ' M 597351715 V'.,lQm.QL, , ...K , . , , mm, .4 ' , Fifa, '5mlN.,i- xi.: ' ' ' A ' i g ? ' f'i:.""1fzf, ,X ,QI , . J t 1 :y ' fx., sf zffgk , if W , A E mf-mn-n f I fi 5? U , 1 Z ws........g .. ...,,, Y. ! Q 1 i -' .-...H 1 1 , Q 1 f 15 " ,s.....M , 1' ,-N,,,.,,.,-W . , , ,, , 5 ,423 K ,, -.ff 1. , - V ., X- A ,wr-J fr: Q- -'-sf--1. f ,, 6 - - , , . ., ,,,,,,,-,-aim, ., i f -,Q Q'-fy? -, was-' Q f F - me 2 .J 'rw fi 1,ff:4i fi'i'Hvi-1 'f'2Ifvf212'fv'-wa' wha '11-Q " Qmgvtil f 541 Az- , ' .ar A f '15, KL., Xa. .,,,4feNKjf RW. - A Q-Sv f 4 'Yaw wma 'R .4--f-2----" l f ..L..a-.. K L. ,, ..L, 1 vw. ,,'L F " Q 4 'I' a .4 A . I , fr- ' L ' 4. 8 Z W J Ab BASKE 'M M ,A 2 4 ,E qi 1 ax: Bali o ,I ' 92, 1 ' X A .z 'Is' ' - , , , ,..: ,I 5 Q ' , I. x 4 Hampered by iniuries and hard luck, lhe Bulldogs finished lhe l954-l955 season wil'h a lhird place sfanding in conference play. Seniors: Don Smi'l'h, Jerry Tarlcanian and LeRoy Mims closed fhe door on lheir col- lege careers. Varsify Coach Bill Vandenburgh Frosh Coach, Ernie Wild of Manager, Dee Mar+in FSC FSC ............ FSC FSC FSC ...A........ FSC FSC FSC SCORES San Jose .............. COP ......... COP ......... SF S+a+e .............. SF S+a're .............. Chico Sfafe ..,,...,.. Chico S+a+e .......... U. of Nev .,........... i-'i QRS 5:11 ' Don Smi+l'1 Cenfer FSC Scoring Record fre Hi+ 'im again, he's s'l'ill moving." A dispu+e as fo fhe legal owner of 'rhe spheroid is seH'Iecl in a gen+lemanIy manner. Don Boline Dale Arambel Forward Guard Wally Pounds Joe Gambini Forward Guard l57 Boline has fhe longer reach or fhe mos+ bounce, anyhoo! he scored. l58 FSC ,....... FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC Jim Nash Guard SCORES 68 U. of Nev ....... 60 Sanfa Barbara Forfeir Sanfa Barbara Forfeii' 69 S. Barbara .... 75 78 S. Barbara .... 8I 65 San Diego ...... 73 64 San Diego ....,. 82 64 Pepperdine .. 72 Leroy Mims Edsell Ford Guard Forward Bill Findley Jerry Tarkanian Guard Guard I59 Joe Gcmbini uses some rear oc'rion +o wipe ou+ +he opposifion and score. FSC ........ FSC FSC ........ FSC FSC FSC FSC Larry Hogrefe Forward SCORES Cal Cal Soc. Sac L.A L.A L.A Poly .. Poly .. Shure Sfcfe S+o1+e Shure S1'a+e Arnold Afhey Dave Sfahlhui' Guard Guard Rick Wifham Joe Monachello Forward Forward l6I p 'Fa . si 1' 'sf Q .rf n , 4:4154 v"' 1 ann sw v -ww,-.4 , -4.., - 1 fdFNi"""9Q":'1, A ww 'Y ',.ir!""" "'7 4 Qi - 1, .V K A I Q I . . , ..W-fide. 'H' L.r,1qQ'I,4 -v..,,"' -4 . Q 4 fr I -yum I , Q ' ' ' ' ,,4-Q. ' -N bfi 'um 43 . ,anis . 1, , . ,.,H!, f, .11 .fr 'S ,fy W, ga , ' dit ' -fi Frosh Coach, Ernie Wild Junior Varsify Coach, Ken Gleason Pefe Beiclen Varsiiy Baseball Coach "Tl'1a1' old Championship fever" Co-Capiain Bob BenneH Bob Doig Don Farris Caicher Pi'I'cher Firsi' Base The Champs banged info fhe I955 season by downing 'Phe fough Camp PendIe+on Marines 'iwice in +wo days. The 'Dogs seemed fo be fheir na+uraI winning selves as 'I'hey pu+ +he Leafhernecks away handily. Jim Knerr on 'l'he old Home frail. in gain' ,il W J 5 , . 'fi , . f L,L, L,L, , ll L, ,L l .W f jg, , Q 2 Q. --H., ,Mega V . 3 A 'IWW s : . ' as, ' ' , f ..,,. - WP:-'ff' , 4, 'V wsu, uf .- f--- -V vm 1,,, ,, 1 H 5 , In ., x n -.5 ... A .. , .,,, ,, .. awww x , Y - -- ., ,f wx ,-,, ,f ..1 V- .. K 111 A l l ',: .-h, . 1 Co-Cap'l'aln J. D. Pelerson Ron Hager Jlm Knerr Second Base Shorl' Slop Thlrcl Base l The Bulldogs lravellecl 'lo 'I-he Ccpifol Clly +o 'lake lhe s+ing oul- of lhe Sccramen'l'o S'ra'I'e Hornels lo l'l1e l'une of I4-2 and ll-I. The big lrain rolls. Thaf while pill is iusl' a hair fosler 5 5 Tony Lavuggi Jim McMahon Bill Pearson Ouffielcl Ouffield Ouffield Soufhpow Bob Doig allowed only lhree hi'I's in 'I'he Bulldog roul' of fhe COP Tigers. Veleron Co'l'cher. Bob Benne'H' blasied The COP hurlers in 'Phe I7-3 slaughier. George Reed brings home some looi' which is quife common v Q? 2 M5 ' ia.. al 9, A .. QQ R f V. 4 .V .fF'hP"'?i: 'jg N az.- f' 4?'Ti':+?5.Qi'57i.1' F ' -s i ef-'03 A MV, or, . A -,.-fy., ' ' " - - W 'f Hia, if-s f N'Z?'jmN I 1 A ' .- ,I - .fy 3xW,,,,-,iff k N- 1 A M5331 by V, .,,, , V pig: ' , , s wf-,iw , R Aw 15" 'W -' :ff f " '. :1'i7' '11 , I mb" .L I-3 Lgxiq.,-1,i,L1,,,A"e1f if wi 25-'i Vg ' ., e gigs: if' Sr, . A-.U-ff A W .fied ' .V ff. iff .K , H Dave Abel George Millhorn B0b.Afm5'h'0"'9 Cafcher Pifcher FIl'S'l' Bose Jack Hannah did 'rhe mound work in +he Bulldogs firs+ shufoui of 'rhe season agains'r +he Sacramenfo S1'a1'e Hornefs. Jack won his own game by busiing a looping single over second base +o make ii' 2-0. BenneH' pufs his sighis on Home sack. T pf ,:i, L ,,II 'Q A 865,52 ses 4 see , , , " 7 1 ,'. ' ' lL l i ' S - 1 l f A,:, , .. :L ' - f :-- -.1 f ,,,- fxz -..,,.f,.-"::-1 gs ,Q'. if-'ffff 'K-ws ilssl M sss , K -- f 5 Bill Sheffield Roy La'H'imore Tom Higa Third Base Shori' Sfop Second Base The Team punched oui' a 7-3 win in 'I'he second half of 'lhe 'I'win bill wifh 'lhe Hornefs. J. D. Peferson cul' off a Sac rally in 'I'he sevenih and 'Phe 'Dogs lcepl' belfing fhe ball. so Jack Hannah gives FSC anol'her againsl' Oregon Sl'a+e x K fu -.-af' , .fs 9 pun m .J 9- W Q- new M malty 'X' as o KM- vi Ni: un .Vg .M ,,. , 1 vxflf' gwe , M MW JKTZTI Dick Knighl' Norman Krebbs Pifcher Pifcher A+ fhis wri'l'ing, 'lhe Bulldogs have won nine sfraighi' games. We will no'I' venfure +o predici' +he season's ouicome alfhough ihe direcfion is well poinfed ou+. As long as Pefe Beiden is pulling his sfrings and wi'I'h a 'leam such as fhis, no goal is ouf of range. Three Beers for anofher greal' season. ..,. '1- s 0: I Pele Pappas Pifcher lWe gal' 'eml Wendell "Windy" Holmes Ticlcel' Manager The 'Dogs pul' away 'lhe very sfrong Holmes Play ground Bearcafs. "Fl .VI 9 ,ii A 'vlh 54 H 1 , i if . wi , 3104 Nmmunm Wgfi Q 1. ' V ' Q ' ' f' if ? 3 , Q . K' ia' 1 : , j ggg 1,g +3 at ff ' 345531 "' . M ,f, -,g.1 ' H 0""'Hhwwwmwe-mzxfx 'Cullum '-2 12 g 0 "lr gl K 72: -'-A 1 ,pf K ,,1Q ..,, ,. ar ff!-Fgfilliw k 4. L '12 juunny-gg... ig... ....i.... mplgmih W ? 1, I f f Mr. Wesi' Coasi' Relays, Track Coach, Flinf Hcnner "The World's Records are broken" . . . Assisfani' Track Couch Duich Warmerclam I73 Ed Denbow, Milerg Dave Casper, sfellar Half-miler and 440 s+ar, Herb Turner warm up. W W ,K . Vi ,,,,,.,,,g1 Q . , fr g . I 'V I ,,. , , 4, ., - A . -,L,,-2f1,:,m,xs:1s:f.-:,f,,,,,,.--,,, H , , . -f'f21fvz.:f - f.ssf,,.:siss'H .,-' ,,f:g.y:,.sfw 1:-zu -- Q 'fy W. Trinidad Traveller: Milne Agoslini, fransfer slu- denl' 'From Villanova is ineligible 'l'o compefe ihis year for FSC. Mike, fhe Bri+ish Empire Games I00 mefer champion, will don 'lhe Bulldog uni- form nexl' year and 'l'hen wafch out This mighl' very well be l'he nexf world's champion. Mike Nugeni' and Dick Dieberi' over fine barriers in good form, si 3 Fred Ruffin, FSC sprin+er r who was clocked oi' 9.9 in s--M ...,,p pro cfice. l75 T I Arsen Morsoobian, Luke Franscini and Al Jordon, disfance men show fheir eeeacsy sfricle. Hecve Ho! and cwaaay 'rhey go. Weighi' men Ray Chris'I'iansen and Elberi' Bullock. I76 ,, 1 f'f5"I"J '.4f jwis- ' T we1fwszfw'?.1w,fQ V as . ,L U It V, A - I'KTfQ. . ,Ta v OTHER SPORTS gran sw.. np - il ' W -. ,.vL. , nf my - --:f'z.-a.,,!l'g,'fff,.- va 'f' -, ' N , 'B .. M ,gk R H'--vw ., ' AY' K ' 5, -:nf , 4 fl . y , W, - W, , ..,, V , MQ. -mr -. wb. A LW ,A 7 In M -4- ,. ' km""m f l ..., . "W:-"'-fn -Q A M - ..- .Q Rs -- A H . Y 62 ug A W K an ' "" N WHEN!! .. ,, KN . , M JXIU' ,- N ., .trio f '-. ""2-M-f. " M , a-5 ' , IQ'- Q 'K yn.. 6 - ., "--W "' . I g " ,. L 5 -ff , ww .- "" ,,,.,.,:f' A 4 J.. ww M. ... , We A nw M 7' "CM .Q-v ' ""' WI' ' JS, Q4 b , ,uw My .. .-.aqnm auf:-" I H, MH r a w A. '45 .M . 'lim w 1,1 me , .- WY . M. ,,. -uk ,W I 9 TENNIS Tennis Coach, Bill Vcnclenburgh A liH'le Doubles cclion. Frifz Laurifzen Tom Harlan KeH'l1 Turner Doug Rudholm r LQ- L lx 1, f'j A , ,f f il 1 9' SWIMMING "I wish 'rhis was one big MarI'ini." WWF . , is 5 Arc: Hcrebedion, Swimming Coach .f I Vr-, fi I--, Q .. Q.. sf, 'lm ,., "On your marks . . . gef sei' . . . hold if!" AII 'rhis is 'rhe way i+ should be done. I A Iso is I I I Q I GOLF Golf Coach, Larry Pape 1 The gang waiches Jay Marsella fo see 1'ha+ he doesn'1' fudge. Relaxing offer a good clay in 'rhe low 60's. Top Medalist Larry Hogrefe A liHle volley Wi'H1 a ball. Myron "Andy" Anderson, Direc'I'or of Iniramural Spor+s. S S "So H"s snowin' ou'I'side, who cores?" "Tha+ don'+ look like Hogan does I82 legs l Cliff Ford, Charles Preuss, Wally McFall and Gerald Pelers admire 'lheir handiwork. Jeezl Jusl' like on TV. Rolly Allen, Jim Hibberf, Gary Hyde and Charles Anderson prepare for a mass serve. Demar Lewis slams fhe bag while Jack Saba waifs his furn Q, W? 5 K gb X: U M QS ! Wfwf' i fi If A 1 6 L""Qf"I Ti if , K Q E 'HE 1' M' Fw. Y hz? ai, iff? 3, -wg Q, M Q75 'Mia . ' MNA N M' cf? " U fm. 5 Here he is, big grin plaslered all over his face, fhis year's Sfuclenl' Body Presidenf, Bill Noli. A likable personalify, capable, consci- enlious and hard working, all 'l'l1ese 'lypify 'l'l1e lilces of Mr. Noli. He can well remember lhis year wifh lhe safisfacfion of a job well done. I87 Ewan STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Claude Hursi' Dan Goggin Fall Vice-Presideni' Spring Vice-Presiclenl' Blyihe SproH' Men's Legislarive Commissioner Karen Shepard Sue McFee'I'ers pam Roys-ton Fall Secrerary Spring Secreicry Women's Legislofive Commissioner, Fall Donna Piccenline Women's Legislcrlive Bill Moore Jim Ruhl Commissioner, Spring Commissioner of Publico'I'ions Commissioner of Al'l1lel'ics 1 Their Righi' Honorable Honors: 'I'he judges of +he S'I'uden+ Cour+: John Pefers, Dean BeaHy, Lois Hufer, Pai' Brawley and Norman Main. Lois Hurer John Pefers I 89 Crime does noi pay. Prosecu+ing fhe guilfy and exoneraiing 'Phe innoceni' are 'l'he dufies of fhe Sfudeni' Courf. However grim 'l'hey seem when siHing in iuclg- STUDENT COURT sq ff? 'Z 3 Pai' Brawley , ,Je 'S' f-sm sf f K, .358 l' in 5 I 'QNX 5. ff Q 'S 2 v I The Board of Direciors discusses The legali+y of 3 Card Monfe R Noll GHWST P,SPf03j games befween classes. Cys on oggm 'Men me 1 , -si ,V Q H he--if N I' F Xi! Ol 4 H E .s,.aa Q no l 1 Aw ff Hursi' Mol- Spro'H' The Board of Afhlelic Conlrol ge+s a chuckle oul' of Landry's proposal fo have Bullfighl-ing every Sunday af+ernoon in Rafcliffe Sfadium. l TENNIS Tennis Coach, Bill Vcndenburgh A lH"I'le Doubles cclion. Frilz Laurifzen Tom Harlan Keifln Turner Doug Rudlwolm --.-k..,,,,, Simi!!! Arc Hcxrebedicn, Swimming Coach V "On your marks . . . gei' sei' . . . hold i I wish +his was one big Mcr'rini." All +his is +he way ii' should be clone. +I i GOLF Golf Coach, Larry Pope The gang wuiches Joy Marsella +o see +hu+ he doesn'+ fudge. Relaxing offer a goocl day in +he low 60's. Top Medalist Lcrry Hogrefe A li'l"He volley wi'I'h a ball. Myron "Andy" Anderson, Direcior of Inframurol Sporfs. S "So i'r's snowin' ouiside, who cores?" "Tha+ clon'+ look like Hogan does I82 il Cliff Ford, Charles Preuss, Wally McFolI and Gerald Pelers admire lheir handiwork. Rally Allen, Jim Hibberf, Gary Hyde and Charles Anderson prepare for a mass serve. Jeezl Jusl' like on TV. Demar Lewis slams fhe bag while Jack Saba wails his 'l'urn an W n N W 1,2 QW' ad? ii , .ff Q- 4 in W Y' . yu - Here he is, big grin plasferecl all over his face, 'lhis year's Sluclenl' Body Presidenf, Bill Noli. A likable personalily, capable, consci- enlious and hard working, all +hese l'ypi'Fy 'rhe lilces of Mr. Noli. He can well remember 'lhis year willi ll1e salisfaclion of a iob well done. I87 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Fall Vice-Presidenl' Spring Vice-Presidenf X Blyfhe SproH' Men's Legisla+ive 'fem Commissioner -Ent. Karen Shepard Sue McFee1'ers pug-.H Roysfon Fall Secreiary Spring Secrelary Women's Legislafive Commissioner, Fall an Donna Piaceniine Women's Legislafive Bill Moore Jim Rul1l zpy, pilz :rrr S SL ' ififi Commissioner, Spring Commissioner of Pulolicaiions Commissioner of A1'l1le'l'ics , , ,,-,. if k,,A, l Claude Hursl' Dan Goggin ' 'L 13 1 - v W if i 'M wg V . ' . 1 an : F ' I. , W- Q i ' 5 J f A P2 . Y , ,ay , H w g S 3 W m rzzl, LM QQ 'L Z ' ' Q A5 '3 llg 1 . . , Q 0 if 3 "4 lf av fx J 54 J, E 02, K " A "' nga, V 1 f ,. W' "K" 'L 7 K f f-.zlffv 8 1:15 VV QL in MUSIC 2 4 ii This was fhe FSC Symphony Orchesi'ra's Silver Jubilee year. Tweniy-'Five years of falihful service wlihoui' a break come wars, depressions or whoi' have you. This orchesfra has and will confinue 'l'o bring 'ihe besi' of concerfs of symphonic music +o +he college ancl 'ihe communiiy. The ROTC Band siariecl as a small group aboui' five years ago and foday has reached near capacify proporfions Drilling 'ro fheir own band acids some inceniive 'I'o 1'he Flyboys. 204 xx lbx 'a 4 x . u f 41 2 'Q . . 5 . 9 Q f . Y , , , . - 'F ,nx- . M, 1 N- NJ' . , L4 J Af K 3, X. Q Q v. if an M, W -W, LJ. fig, .V ,qi ix .., rf-W :?: .!V,'!, i"Lx,k , ' . f' '71 K f ., , 'Q f ' Q ,Q-sq f' - - '-.-: , ' f I ll" Q '- Agri -nm' K A f, .Ig 'Fug Q A 'a-, . ,A A 4. -e 2 D. fn, V n ., , ., . 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To each Frosh enfering +his line, may we say, "God have mercy on your soul." . . . The Frosh, in 'Phe la'l'e sfages of fhe annual campaign, dried ou'l' fheir dripping duds, musfered fheir feeble ranks, sounded The Charge and furned back 1'he Second Year Tide 'io emerge vicforious over Iasi' year's kings. Frosh Big Gun, Larry Radanovich pulls up fasi' on Doug Thompson, Sophomore chief. R 'E' O' srffggi muii XY .n ,, , Q, , ,, 01- ,C Q A nf' PreHy sofi' clufy, Sarge." This musl' be fhe bunch 'l'ha+ woulcl walk a mile for one. :HE , VETERAN S DAY Queen Maylene reviews her honor guard. ini-W lp The lnfer-Frafernily council asks fhe big quesrion. 'f N 'fs The Messiah .... An impressive annual FSC presenfafion THE MESSIAH THE GREEK SING 62? Y I X ,v . , f 5 S 1 r , ms... A-E N 5 E Trophy winners: Carlyn Erickson DSE and Gary Magill SAE accepi' iheir awards from Don Prinz, smiling M. C. 22l -, DANCES Her Royal Highness, Queen Roxie Shoes shined and boiled shirfs THE QUEEN'S BALL C ol. Legg and Col. PoHer shake on if . MILITARY BALL 1 AHendan+s Joan Serpa and Peg Bun1'on flank Milifary Ball Sweeihearf Bev Thompson. T7 A few of fhe Flyboys admire 'Phe hardware +ha+ +he Royalry received. f s 'H X "l'm oui' of if, I ain'1' gol' no cos+ume." The usual riofs, insanify, fighfs and debauchery ran 'Free and fast Who or wha+ have I goi' fhe Hell a hold of?" gang The +rophy winning Alpha Xi Poleca'I's and +he Lambda Pie- Ru'I's. The bad guys prepare fo slaughfer fhe good guys. Nils l Y Lila N , X . -A A W Q N N. k . 45, af 1 2' ffir in A A .Q EA, K , ' N ff. M. 44 Goin' up 'Hue easy way. KAPPA SIGMA sNow CARNIVAL AeeA 1, A - 3 A A,,, , ,A.W ,....m.-A, A .Zz ' ff , ' V .wv A af Q fm 3 new ,, R .5 I ..:A ,ant -ff FrH'zie Lauri+zen 'fhrough 'rhe Gafes. A. L O .r A W 4,f' A "'A asf -lk iw wvxwviw' 'Ami-Arfgll , A -,Af , :fm A' 'K if - A A "M .4- A A'A A a Bob Wrigh+ wa+ches Tookie Ryan in Hue Slalom. Z 7 'Mi i X 0' Aj V . ft, M .guy vq. ,H .fr 1,1 Q-qw., gasfifa. A y, -f"V1! "' P' Gia, The Homecoming Display winners, having received iheir awards from Dean Be-a'H'y, giggle insanely wifh glee, while newly crowned Campus King, Jim Hallowell, and Maylene Wong acknowledge i'he cheers of ihe crowd. 'l dreamed l was a hula girl in my Maidenhorn bra!" "O.K. Mac, one of a 'l'ime." ,ff W Xie, K E, 1 ff? BLUE KEY CARNIVAL l Female muscle. More muscle. "Wl1a+ kind of a +ea parfy is +l1is, anyway?" "He claims he shol' a 69 las+ week." l 'Gi One easy lesson on how fo wincl yo-yo's. R. 1 I Q5 54' ETATI? 3 -ji 1, ' . 'Al E nm WEST COAST RELAYS Ernie SheI+on of 'l'he Trojans over Bob Richards fries i'r af I5 Thefa Chi's Dream Girl, Doi Joyal, presenfs Ernie Shelfon of USC wirh Hweir frophy. IN APPRECIATION ,. ,f . no wwf 4 -Q K - -as-W. -' if :+I f t ir, f was f, .iI4, vs fi, in .A W .. , 4-eff . M., .1- V I .iffmf ' 'if N msg., , M, , Is. ,., . v. A "'g .. Q.-., Ht"-1-M if 2IE'gff"J fl I I 'f A Q51 f The Chief Drum Beafers for Ihis old School are Ihe ambifious, never-say-die Alums. The FSC Alumni Associafion does ifs Damndesi' Io pui' our College on Ihe map. Lasf year, during Homecoming week, 'rhe Alums arranged Io have Movie Sfar Jan Sferling preseni' fo iudge 'Ihe Homecoming displays. II' is IiHIe 'Ihings Iike Ihis I'ha+ help Io raise Ihe pres'I'ige of Fresno SI'a'I'e. In Ihe picfure on I'he righI', Ihe aimosphere of good will and cooperarion among Ihe sI'udenI's of Ihe school is re'FIecI'ecI. The Alums faire pride in Iheir AIma Maier and I'hey wani' 'I'o see ii' expand in size and spiri+. So . . . ha'I's off fo Ihe Aiums and a miIIion pa+s on Ihe back for a fob fhai' is and wiII confinue Io be . . . well done. 1? .- 4 EE 'f 5 df H9 fs 3. t, , ,z ,ls 3 J df' 3 8 P' ,, an K3 LIN Q , fix fl In FL! -5 V' " f 1 , e fl! fgi Q. 4 it! gm 1' 53? 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' 'f , 'iv' 1 ,mm V .mffwzfimr 1 M .QI Fw A JY ' N' Q ' FRESHMEN Glenn Blomgren Donald Dewhirsl' Edward Fanucchi Donald Ferrer Joyce Harris Jo Anne Hirasuna Dennis Karle Alberl' Laferriere Frank Lang Ernesi' Lewis King Sing Luk Susan Mallcas Leigh Manoogian Joan Lee Manuel Marla McArron Kennelfh Miller Jane Miichell Richard Murray May Price Audrae Rosenbaum Duponl' Vincenl' SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET SOPHOMORES James Churchill Georgie Dilly Marilyn Haskell Roberl Mandel Befh Tice Paul Weaver Kil' Ming Wong JUNIORS Sydney Allen Leonard Avedian Fred Caire Pa'l'ricia DeH'inger Leah Jean Gorlon Donald Hudson Norma Jenlcinson John Meline Nancy Pislacchio Shirley Rasmussen Barbara Rich David Slansberry Margarel' Sullivan Ulo Vahlra William Wesl'co'H SENIORS Ernesl' Bedrosian Philip Bock Donna Bryan Beverly Camp Joyce Chleborad Mariorie Craig Mary Erwin Cedric Gabriel Mary Golobed Marcia Harmon Douglas Holdridge Joyce Jones Laura Kim Roy McCollough Akiyo Nalcala John Rasmussen Kaihryn Reynolds Pafricia Royslon Elizabelh ScoH' John Vasconcellos RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK While speaking Io I'he sI'udenI-s during RIL week, Rev. Bob Richards sI'iII found I'ime Io give DuI'ch Warmerdam a scare. Religion in Life Week aI' FSC opened wi'I'h a Mass and a Tea. AII during 'Ihe week in cIasses and assemblies, sfudenfs heard represenfaiives of vari- ous fai'I'hs speak and answer quesiions abouI' Ihe various religions. To Eurfher undersfanding in 'I'he world aboui' religious beliefs, nofhing finer could be broughi' Io Ihe s'I'udenI's here a+ FSC. Guesf Speakers Rev. W. J. Egan, S.J. Dr. David Dye Rev. F. X. Finnigan, S.J. Dr. W. N. Hawley Dr. J. H. Kirk Rev. A. Cassady Rev. W. E. WaIIner Rev. Bob Richards Rabbi WoIIi KaeIIer Ya goI' any Old-Time ReIigion?" EASY LIVIN Easy boy, +hey're all married. -'W-4" rf' " 4-Q, . - T -1 ' . 1 if wr. - W- may My is , Q 5 Q' we . 's,.. 'V . as-3' es: it V.-n v"1'. slim fx' v,,-pdf W A R: .A .- rl.. i f J, , ,WML The KKG's grunl' ancl slrain in fhe Sigma Nu Relays. The DG's are ahead by a mealy pofafo. V e we 6 l "' ,f-L J , 'L , , : Z at This is easy? O. K. lemme see fhree chins. xii-i...----" "Wl'1cc:lya mean, 'lwo bucks a sixpaclc?" "Bein' Queen is O. K. buf all 'lhese blue suils 235 w--ff, fxs, M ,N 0 faqs, -We-,N-11 ...WE A few Greeks singing in 1'l'1e Greek Sing. ' "And +l'1en m Cc 'rain Midni hf Y P 9 code budge wouldn'+ work." Three Exchange s+uden+s who refuse fo be Americanized. 3 Z Q .W 1 , ' . 'ff J' - Jw fe fm, - ,Q,,W , 6 ,lf A 1 -1 J Acker ....... Adolph ....,.... Agoslini ...,., Akers .......... Albach .,....... Alcaser .....,., Aldere'I'e ,.,,,,,,, Alexander ..A..,.. Alford .......... Allen ..,.....,,,,,,,, A,v.,,, Alley ,.v............,A,, Alooiion ,....,..l,,,,,,,, M Andersen, Anderson .........., Anderson, B .s.sv.,,,,,,,,, Anderson, D .,,,,,,,,,-,,. Anderson, G ..,....s.. Anderson, R ..ssY,7 Anderson, S. ........ . Anderson, W ...,..... Andreis .....,.....,... Andresen .,...... Andrew .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, us-un24,1oo,1o2 .......24, IIO, II4 I02 I36 I4I 22H98,I02, n24,65,76 .nnussnn,24,9s .nunH24,44,II8 us-nuuus--nH7o .,54, 94, II6, I92 .65, 78, I02, I I4, I24, I99 .......24, I02, I92 ........,24, 66, I30 .......94, II6, I24 ........24, 72, I35 ............93, I29 Andrews ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. 24 Ansolabehere 24, I07, IIO, II4 II6 Apperson .........s.s.........sss,,.. 54, 94, Arambel ........., .....,..ss,,,,,,,,s,,,,,, I 57 Armslrong ...... Armslrong .,.... Arnold ..........., Arnold, J ......... Arrelus ......... Ashley .......,. Afchley .....V.. AI'hey .,..... Auger s,..... Avakian ,...... Avecllan .......... Avedisian ........ Avila ,,..,,,,,,,.,. Avila, G .,,,,,,AA, Avila, M .,,,..i.,.,,,,,7,,,, Ayers ,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,7v,,,, Baderlscher ...,,s,, 4I, MhnnUHMq4I .H--u75 .,-u-nnU-5o nnMn24,I27 nuun5-nH-1o9 un-u-lo9,13o usnnu--1o4 unnnnnnlbl nnuhnI29,I33 I I I I34 -H.11o, , .u,uunu1o9,12a HHMUHHHHHUHN93 .nUU24,I34,l36 .u-u5o,114,192 uuu,UusH---13o 42, 90, II6, I92, I93 I96 Bagdazian .,.V,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 24, Bailey ....s...... Bakalian ......, Baker ..,..,..VY Bancrofl' o,,..,...s Bangsberg ..,.,....Y Bannisler .s,,,s.,,,,. Barba'I'a, A. ....., . Barbafa, F .....,,ss Barber ..........s. Barsoom ,,,,,,.... Basford s....... Barigian ...,.,, Barnes ,,o..V,. BarneH' .....,,.. Bar'Ion .,.,. Ba'H'y .,,.,,, Beasley ...,so,. I3I I2 I, I93 ..........I29, I92 .un262, 125 HHHUHUHUZ4 UUNHHHHUWII4 .s-nulo9,114 -uss5o,116 .BUUHUC87 .UUHCUIIB nUM224,I35 .Un-,,nu1o9 -u--94,1o9 nup224,III H22hu24,98 .UUHHWI49 BeaH' NDEX y ........ I06 Beclubier ......s. ss...,.. 5 2, I24, I92, I93 ' I I7 Bedrosnan ,,,,,,A,,i ,,,,,,,,,,,V,,,.,,,, 2 4, Beebe .....,ss.s,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Belcher .sY.... Bell .........s Bell, J ...s,o. .70 ........52, II6, I2I, I93 .............,.........,,, .II6 H5nnuMuuUUUnUu24,I33 56,94 Bell, M .ss.,.....ss,,s,,,,,ii,, ,,,iAoo,,,,,,,r,, BeH.R ......ss....... 41.195,2o9,213,22z BenneH' ..,. Bennisfer Benz .V....,,.. Beers .....,,, Berg .....,.. eunMhsnus,nuM-24,5a,115 uuuquunusnuusnsuoounubz BerkhoI+z ,.s,ss,,,,,,,,s,,s,,,,rrss,.,, 1, 102, 109 Berlese .....,,.,..............s.....,ss 25, 98, II2 Bedken .,s.ss.... 5s,91,9a,1o2,131,192 BeS+ ..,,..,........A.,.......so.....,os,...,ss,,., 25,98 Beyer ..,..........s,......,.... 25, 65, I27, I93 Beymer ....,ss.,, 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 98 mer .........,,.. .,ss.....oooo.. l09,II8 Bigge ...,..,... ,,V....sss 6 0, bl, I02 Bigrigg ,,...., Bird .s......., Bislrick ..ss.s,... Biornsen .. .M----n,--uH-aa .---H5o,129,131 .,5-s--un5145 s--nun55-25 Black ..s.....,.ss.s ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 7 0, 71 I06 BlackeH'er ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,A,.7,,,,,,,,,. 25, 74, Blackman. .,nuns2-lo4,1os,133,193 Blackwell ,,v,.,., 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,V,,Vw,,,,,,,,, 2 5 Blade ,.,,.,...,,., ..........,s.oss.... 7 0, I09 Mahden ,,.,..sss ,,s,,,. 25,54,94,I24 Blakley .....,. 7,-,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 2 5, 56 Bleacher ..Is,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,..,,,, 25, 84 Boaz ........ Bock ..,.,o 24, 25, 97, I08, II7, I34, I35 Bockenslaedl B.,s,,,,,,,i,s,,,,A,,,V,,,,. 65, 74 Bodeson ......,..,,., ,,,,,,, I 00, I02 Bohner .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,,,, 2 5, 74 Boline ......, ....... I 57, I58 Bonello ,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 Boofh ..,.,,... o,...... 7 6, 98 Borror ......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, I I6 Boughol ,.,..,... ..o..,.......,.,....., I 04, I06 Boul+on ..........,.,..,.. 58.59, 98, I29, I93 Bouleware Boyer ..,.., Braun .......,.. Brawley .,s, Briggers .. Briggs ,....o... Brig hl' ,.,.,.,.. Briglio ..,s,, Brooding.. Brower .... Brown ..s,..,,s Brown, J... Bower ............ .....,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 ............25, I IO, I I I ........40, 56. I89, I93 II4 .........25, 54, 98, I I4 ...........66, 88, l26 89, 98 8I 96 98 Brown, L ............. 25, 65, 80, Brown, M. Brulosky... i14f19i 89, II4 Bryon .......... ....... 9 8, I02, II7, I30 I36 Bryan, D ........ ---n,M-u--25 238 Bryan'I' .......... ........56, I23, I30 I52 Buckland .,........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 7 2 Buckley ........ Buckner ........ Bufluna ........ I44 Bugg ................................. Bullock ........,.................,.......,, BunI'on .... 42, 66, 90, 9I, I Burchell ........ Burge ........... Burgess ......... BurkeH' ........ Burks ......... Burlon .......... Burne'H' ......... 223, I00, I02, unuilif 93,195, I50 I76 I97, 2I3 I36 I93 I4I ....,.....43, 66 I37 ........74 Buller ............., . Buller, A ......,... .....,........ 5 6 Buffers .......... Byrnes .,..... Cackler ........ Caire ............ Callender .....,,. . Calk ................. .... Camarola .......... Comp ,..................... .nuDN94,I23, .UUhn66,I09, ....43 , II6, I2I ...40, 56, I95, I66 I98 II4 I3I II4 I92 .nnnI02,I24, fi5fEiiniiH 25,56 Campbell ........ ...........,,,.. Campos ....... Canole ......... Conlon ......... Capriola ....... Carder ...... Carlin ......,..., Carlson ............ . Carlson, L ........ ...,...... Carpenler .......... Carpenler, A. Carr .................... Carroll ............ . Carson ............. ......,....., Carson, D .,...... .... Car'I'er ......... Car'I'er, P ......... Car'Iwrigh'I' .......... Carver ......... Case ............. Caskey ......... Casper ......... Casper ......... I20 .........80, I I0 ....98 I I2 I23 ....25 I29 2Un26,56,98 ufQ1ffff15i, .s--,h-1o4, 84 I02 .,..76 I3I I06 I09 I24 ....76 ....78 I77 .92 I24 I28 .uu26,72,96 ufffffi5f5Zf .usnuuuze I36 I24 I29 , 58 I02 ,II6, I33 I02, I09, II8, I30 , I74, 228 , I20, I76 Cavilla ............ ......,........,...,.,,,,,,, I 06 Chaffin ...........,.... . Chamberlain ........... Champion ........... Chan ..............., Chappell ........ Chung ......,.... Chlebrad ......,.. Chrisfenson ........ Chrislian ....... Chrisliansen ........ ....,,.,,,,,,,,,. Chrislodulis ......... Chu .................. . Church ......... 94 .su--5o,1o2, -Uunz7,74, s---25,99, I92 I28 I00 I09 .,.......26, 99 I I2 .UU226, .n---1o9, .n-,n-slo2, .----26, , I37 II3 l00 I37 I09 I23 .........94, , Cieselska .......... ,...,.,,, 2 6, I I0, I27 Cnvek ........ Clack ......., Clarke ........... Clark, J ............ Clarke, K ..,,...... Claus .,.......... ......,.,,.94, I09 26 I02 '55, sis, 59 I3, Iso Clemenls .,....... .....................A...... I 36 Clifford .......,, Clofhier ....,.. Clyde ....,.,. ,.......58, 94, 98, II6 94 I20 Cobb ......... .,.,...Al 2 6, 76, 98 Cochran ...l.... ......... 5 o, 98, l2l,' 124 Cochrane .,..............,. 45, I02, I37, Coelho ........., ..,...,... 5 2, 98, I I6, Coffman .............,............................ Collings ..........,,,.,. 4I, 43, 90, I I6, 26 9 I I I23 Collins ................ Collins, M ............ I92 I33 I23 Coleman ..,............................... 87, I I4 I97 I33 I04 I02 Comsrock ..,,............ 26, 72, 96, 98, Colwell .....,..., Cook ............. Cook, M ....... Cook, N ............ Cooke, J ....,,...,. Conme .,..,.... Conlreras ......,.. I I6, 94 .......I09, I23, I36 I28 .....,...26, I02, I92 .....,......I3I, I35 Cooper .......................... IO9, I36, I92 26, 70 Cornell ,..............., Cornelius ,..,...,..........,..............,...... I36 ' I36 I96 Correla ........,r.. 2 6 Cosfa ............,....,. , II2, II7, , Cosfephens ................................ 26, 89 CoHe'I' ...,.........,, ,.............,......, 8 7, I35 Coughran .............,..,. 94, 98, IO9, I24 Couller ............. Cowan, S ....,..... Cox ....,.......... Craig ....,......,.., Craig, M ......,.., Cranmore ......... Crichion, B. ........ . 54 .......62, I02 .......78, I34 Crichlon, W. ..,................................. 27 I 02 Cro'l'I's .........v...,. .......v.65, 66, 89, Croffs, N ......................................... Cross ...,,,....... .... Crosse ..,..,.. Cucci ........ Culley ........... Culwell ....,,....... Cummings .,......., I02 ....,.58. 98, II4, l24 I09 I02 Cummings, J .....,.7 ,..,,,,, 2 7, 70, Cummings, S ........ .................. 6 6, Cunliffe V.v.,....... ......,,.,.. 9 8 I 02 Curfis, L ...... . Cyr ...,............ Daley ..........,..,r D'Angelo ......... Dangaran ,,r...,., Daniels .........V Darmi ,,.,,,.,,.. Davidian .,w,,s,r. Davidson, M ...,.... Davis .........,...Y..,,.. noi, mal IO6 I09 I33 ,......27, 98, II4, I33 .mo..ll27, 58, 98 IO9, II8 52560, I02, I24, I29 Davis, C .,.,...... Davis, J .......... Davis, P .......... Davis, R .,........ Deckerl ..,..... Dee ......,....... DelCarIo ....... Deranian ........... De Fillippis .,..,..,. Denbow ......... Denbow ........, ....,....95, I09 ............I09 ,,...A...,.27, 98 ............78, I09 I36 ..........I06, I I4, ....,...,76, I05 I0 Dennlsler ...........,....4..............,.,..,,.... 98 Dennislon .............,.......... I02, II6, I36 Der Garabedian, A ..............,.....,.... 80 Der Garabedian, J ...........,, 27, 80, 96, I32, I35 Dervishian .....................,........ I I6, I33 De'Hinger ....,.,. ........, 4 2, 58, I2I Dia Eddin ........ .......,.. I 04, I I4 Dick ,......,......... .......... 2 7, 98, I I I Dieberl, D .,.....,., ,......,..... 2 7, I06 Dieberf, R ......,......,.A.,.,.,,.......... 27, I75 Diener, D ....................,.. 27, 52, I I4, 49 Diener, M ..,.,...... 56, Dillehan .,.... Dirksen ......... ...w. Dlxon ...... Dobson ......Y. Doig .......A.....v.. Dominguez ...... Dominici ..A......, Donabedian .A,..,A Dorn .,...........,, Dolson ......... Douglas ...,,. Dowdle v.,..,,,.,,,.,, Downing, J ..e...o,i Drake .........v... Dralh ..,,..e... Driggs .,,,..,. Driscoll ,....,,. DuBois ......,. Dufel ,,,..,l.,,.. Duncan .7,,,.,v Dupzyk ,...,,,,, Duranl' ..,...,.. Du'I'y .,Y,.l,, Earls ........ Easl ,......, Eaves ..,.......... Ebrahimi ....V7,.,,,,.,, Ecolredo ......,..,...,. Edmislon .V.,.,,,l,,.,,. Edwards ..,.ll,A.,,. 72 98, II2, I24, I29 I24 ...,.,.I06, I37 .........,..66, I29 I45 ,......,.l27, 80, I06 ...V..V,..27, 84 ,,...,..27, I36 s,.,W,o,,27, 96 ,...,..l..l02, II6 .,,.,270, I46, 228 I0, I30 .....,...,..l,I02, I09 96, I36 ...,......74, I00, I37 84 I06 I92 ........,.......I92, l93 I05, II4, I92, I97 Eggleslon ,7,,,,,,,,,...............,......,,.,,,,.. 70 Einslein ......,........ Eichelberger .l,..,, EI-Khederi .....,. l ,ll,,nl28, 80,92 .m..228, I00, I04 Elliol .,..,,,v,,,, .......,.......,,, 6 5, 72 Ellis ............., ..,......... 7 8, I34 Elmasian ..,,,lll,,,,,ll...........,.,,,A..,,,,,.,.,. 74 Emerzian ....,,.......,,......,A,..,......... 74, I37 Ericksen, S .,,,l,, 228, l00, I28, I92, I93 Erickson, C ....... 56, I02, I30, I93, 22I 239 Erwin ...,.....................,., 28, 62, I32, I35 Esfes .,.......... 40, 58, I22, l27, I93, 208 ExHenry .,....,.............,....................... 98 Fannin ........,. 28, 49, 62, I02, I09, I23 Farmer .,.......S............,.,,,........,.,...... I5I Farrens ,,,,,,.,......,..,.................. IO9, I24 Farelfa ,....... ,...,.......,...,..... 2 8 Farris ,.,..,,,. .......... 2 8, 76, I20 Field ....,..,...... ....... Finclley .,..,..... Fisher ........ Fisher .....,...,... Fisher, G .,........ Fi+cheH' ............. Fihsimmons ................,,, III, I2I, I95 ......,,.28, 76, 84 Flanagan .,.....,,,................,............. I28 Flores ,,,,.,,,,.,,. ,,,.,...,, 2 8, 97, l08, I33 Flouchl' ,.,.,,,,,, ...........,......,. 2 8, II4 Foley .......,.. Forbes .........,.. Forchlner .......... .,....,..... 2 8, 60 Ford, E .........,. .................... I 59 Ford, F .......,.,. ,..,.......,...,.,,.,.,,., 2 8 FosseH' ....... .,...Y.. 2 8, I26, III Fouchf ...... Fowler ...,............................................ 28 I24 I93 Fragie ......e,.... 28, 78, 79, Franke .................V..........., Franklin .......... ............... 92: I ..28, I23, l3I 66, IO6, I37 I76 I92 I33 Franscml ........ ......... 2 8, 74, I20, Franzoia ......,, ...........,...,.,...,,,..,,... Freilas .....,,v V........ 2 8, 66, I I3, From .......... ........ 2 8, II2, II6, I30 Frohow .......... ........................... I 30 Funk .......,...,.. , .,,..,...,................... 72 Furgurson ..,....,.......,.. 28, I02, I30, I33 Gabriel ............. ...................,....,,, I 20 Galloway .......... .,......,,..,...,.,.,,. I 44 Gamage ........ ...........,.....,......... Gamani ........ .........................,.,.,, Gambini .................. 66, I57 Gamnirz ........ .......,...,,., Gardner ......,,,.................. Garner .,,l,,,..e,.................. Garoppo v,7..,...... 28, 68, , I60, flfffiif I3I I I5 I77 l25 I34 ....,,...72, I52 II4, I26, I35 Gass .......... ...........,..,v,v,Y,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9 29 72 Gayikian Gazarian .,7.,77................,.,...,,....,,..,,, 74 Gee ,.v..7,..,,....................., Gendusa ........ 4I, 56, 57, I92, Georgian .,,,.,......,........,... Gerard .,........ Gerlilz .,,,,,,,,,,.,. Gerner .....,,........... Giannopoulos . ...,.,.. .,.,.....99, I09 90, II4, I22, I93, I96, I98 .29, I34, III .ss sob .,....,,.9s, lo9 133 :za Gibbs .............,..... ..,..............,.,.. 6 6 Gibson 77V..,,,.,,,,, .......,,Y, Gillen ........ s...s.,....29, 90 IO9, I23, I28 Glgllo l,,,,,,, .,,l.7..,.,..,...,,....,,..... 2 9, 66 Gillespie ...,.,.......... I02, I Gilmore .,l,l.l. Giorgi ...... V.,.. .... Gipson .Al..cl..l l,., 23, I3I. I92 ..,.......66, II4 2729, 98, I I6 655+ ,............. 4I,52,95,l29,I92,I93 Glahn .........................,....,......... 60, I02 Gleason .,................... ..,,.A..,.,,,,,,,,,, I4I Glenn .... 40, 54, 9l, I29, I24, I92, 208 Goggin .,........ 4l, 78, 90, 96, I I4, I I8, Goishi .....,... I90, I9I, I95, I99 ............29, I08, IIO, I5I Gomas ......... . .....,..,.......,... 29, 72 Gong, E ......... .................,, 2 9, 99 Gong, J ......... .........,,....,............. 9 9 Good ....,..,................................ 54, I29 Goodrich ...............,.... 4l, 52, I93, I24 Googooian ..................,....,,.,..........,,. 29 Gor'l'on .......,.. 40, 54, 9l, I22, I32, l35 Goss .................................,................ 72 Gos'l'anian ........................,,........,.,. I33 Gould .,...........,..............,.....l..,.. 60, II6 Grady ...... 29, Il2, II3, II4, I29, I36 Graham ..................................., 74, l0l Gralh .,...,........,.........,....,.........,,...,. I I2 Gray .......... ......,.w I 09, II4, I2I Gray, B .......... ......... 5 8, I93, I95 Green .............,.. ...,.....,..........., 7 6 Green, H .......,....., ..,.....7....,.,,..... 2 9 Greenamyre ....,,... ......., 2 9, 58, I48 Gregg .......... I92 I93 Gregorio ........., ...,.... , Gregorio, L ...,....., .....,,. I I4, I02 Grewall ........ Grice ..,. ....., Griffey ........... Griffis ......... Grill .......... Grilione ........, Gross, B ....,,. Gross, W ..... ffffibfidif ffffE6fiiif I36 I04 IO6 I I0 I04 I23 I96 Gruenwald ,,,.,,,....,...,,. 65, 66, IO6, I37 Guler ............ 52, 95, 98, l2l, I29, I92 Gumz .............,........ IO7, I23, l3I, I36 Habu .....................................,........., 89 Hadden ..... ........... 7 2, I02, I05, I36 Hadsall ........,..... 29, 50, II6, II8, I23 Hager .,...,,.............,......,......,... l20, I28 Haggerlon A..,.... .,,7.,.. I 05, I36 Hagsard ,7..,.,. ,,..,,,...... I 09 Hahn ......... Halle ,.....,.,.,. Haiabrnia .,....., ,...,,ml04 Haley .,...v,..,l..,,..,...,....l...,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, 29 I09 Hall .,...........,.............................. 65. Hall, B ..,,....l,. 40, 76, 96, I03, I24, I93 Hall, D ..A,,.,,7.,....,..,,,.,......,...,..,,,.,,,,,,. 82 Hallowell, J ...A,.........,............ 29, 65, 77 Hallowell, J ........................... ,.,,,, 3 0, 58 Halls ...........,A,..,..,...... 60, IO3, I23, I33 Halselh .,.....,., l.,..ll,lV..ll,,l.,Vl.,,,,, I I6 Hammar l,,,.,,. ............,. 8 829, I I I Hammond ...................,.,...,lllllllll,,. I30 Hamp'I'on ......,..,.,.,..,........,.,,,,,.. 60, I23 Hanley .A.,.,,,.lY,WV...................,...llaala, I05 29 76 l20 I48 Hanner .,..,.........,, 23, Hannevolcl ,...,..,,7...,,..,,. 60, 95, 98', IO4 Hansen l.,,l,,,., ..............,.,,,..laa 9 5, I23 l3l Hansen, D ......... ....,a......I23, Hansen, F ........ ....l,l,,, 2 9, I23, Hansen, J .,,.... I8, Hansen, L. .....,,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,,, , Hardgrove ........,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Harlan .,...vv....., Harmon ....,.. Harmon, J ....... .,.,..,29, I3I l3I I53 I23 .,,,,.V,,I06, l20 II4 Il2 II4 I28 Harmon, M ..,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, Harris, J .,,....... .....,.,., 7 2, IO3, l'lar'I' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.w 8 2 Har'l'man ..................,..,l,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I03 Harlman ....,....,.,..............l,.,.. l03, IO9 Haskell .,,..... 42, 54, 9l, II4, I2l, I29, I92 I93 Haycrolil' .....,.. Hayes .,......... 27........I09 I I2 Hays ...,......... ,...lv,,,,..,,,,l,,,,,,,l, 3 0, Heberl' 7,.......v...............,...l,vll,, IO3, I93 Hedger ,,................ 30, 56, 57, 95 Heln'l'z ........,. Held ,..,.,..,,.., , I29 IO9 l35 Hnf56u66MiiZH Hellerlch ,.,v,7...,...v..... Helms ,,..,,.......... Hendsch ..........,. Hendsch .....,.,.... nuHnu4i,46,lo5 II8 I92 45, IO3, IO9, , I26 I37 Henrickson ,,....,..,....llll,,ll,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76 Hergenraeder ,,....,,.,,. 30, 50, I28, I33 Hernendez ,.,.,.,..,...,......,,,a 30, Hickman ......... I03, I28 Herr .l7..7,,..,,.....,........ 30, 70, 89, 92, 96 IO9 I37 Hull ..........,.... Hills ......,.., Hinds ..,l...l,., Hnrasuna ,,...,.l, Hodges .a...,,, Hodson ....,,.. Hogrefe ,,,........... MWs2dHHuJ33, ,hmLqm4a,loi ssaH3o,92,1l9 ,......m,l,,I09, ,l,Wa,.I09, I24 l35 .......I09, II5, II8 II4 I24 ..,.2,76, I20, l60 Hollenbeck .....,.... ..,....,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Hollis ,.,......,.,. l33 Horne ,,...v...,...,..v....,........,.ll..,. I I I, Horslmann ,...,,.......... 70, I26, I92, I93 l45 Housl'on ......... Howard .,l.,.... Howard, R ...., Howell .,,......,. Hoy .............. Hoyl' .....,.,, Hruska .7l,.,,.l, Hubbell ....,,.. Hueler .,... Hughes ,,,l....... n52iiii1I:1:::n76 70 98, 99 l.,.l..,8,95, IO9, II8, I24 98 ........,66, IO3, I32, I37 70, 92 Hursl ,7,77,7,,,,,,, 27, 30, 96, 97, IO3, I88, l90, l9l, I92 Huler ,,,,,.,..... 29, 30, 90, 98, II2, I I4, I22, I89, I93, 208 lmperalrice .........,.......,.........,l.,.,..,8l 30 Ines ,,,,.....,,,l.,... l.l.,,7..7,l,,..,,7 9 8, I33 lmai ,,.,,,..,,,,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I I5, I34 lngolclsby .....,...... .......... 3 0, IO3, I29 lngraham ,7,,.7,..,,l,,., ..,,.,,,l.,.l,,.. 3 0, 78 lvancovich, F .,.,..,,,, ,,,.,,,,...,,,.,.... 9 8 lvancovich, H ..,...., .....ll7, 9 8 Jacobsen 7,,,7,,,,,, ,,..... I 23 Jacobson .....,.. ..,...7I09 240 Jackman .....,........... .88, IO3, I26, Jackson .......... ............,,..,,.... I 24 James ,ll....., ..7.,,,..,....................... Janlz ........,................,.,.....,..........., Janlzen .............. 30 98, III, II3, Jason ......... ,........,....................... Jenklnson ...,.., ....,....,....... 3 0, 98, Jensen ............ Jensen, R. ...... Jeppson ......... Jinkawa . Pl wi 5 ii oi 5 5 lo mg 3 ' r 9'I 4.3- .0:O N oop:P8!"' in bi sv: is fe E? Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, !"" S- Johnson U1 29 'O 99 S E- 3- 'O Johnson Johnson ?5 59: ZZ Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, ...... Johnson, L 0 3 cn F" 1 F' ...............l09, ..,...,..98, IO9, Jones, B. ........ ........,...,......,.,.,. Jones, E ..,.., ..,..... 49, 60, 9I, Jones, J ..,,..,.. Jones, L ..7....,, Jones, M .....,,. ........,98, I08, 8.,l.....98, I29, Johnslon .............,,,.l..,.l......l.,........, Jorgensen ,.,....,..,........,...... 58 I03 Joyal ..,. 42, , Kaden .........,l,..L,,..,.................... Kaiser ,..............,,.....,.,.,.............. Kallman ........ Kamian ,,....,... Kasmalari ,,.,..,. Keasl' ..........l . Keim ,,,..........., Keim, K ......... Kelly ,,.,,.....,,.. Kelly, O .,,,.,... Kelm ........... Kelz l,............,...,. Kenneasler .....,...... Kenneasler, M ...ae,,ll Kennedy .....,,..,.,..l. .........3I, I I3, I3, ..........80, .......,..3I, ffQf15i .nQff6Efi65i ff5i0sEu65' Kerr .,..l,l.,,........ A..................... .... Kerber ,,l........,... Kermanikian .,.,....., ...,a.3l, 84, 85 87 Kessell ............................. .,...,........ Khachadourian ,7,l.s,, .,,.....3l, I04, Khachigian ......,..,,. 3l, 96. 97, 98, Kiliiian .....,,,.,., ......,,..,,, I I3, I33, King .,..,....,, ......,,.....,,,.... 3 I. King, P ........ ........,...,,,..,.... Kinzel ,,,,,,,,,. 7.7..,.. 3 l, l30, Kinzel, S ......................,,,.,.......... 3 I, Kisler ..........,,.7,..,.,,....... 3l, 95, 98. Klaassen ........... ,60, I23, I29, IO3, Klein lll,,,.,,.,....,..,....................... 3 I . Kleisl- .....a........,.,aa,.,,,.aa...,..... 3 I , 96, Klemm ,....,,....,...... 3l, 72, 98, IO7, Klepper ........................................... Knowles ........., 3I, 32, 52, 53, I22, Komala .....,.................,.l.. 32, I I5, 76, I26, I2l, I24, I92, 3I, n Kooyumpan .......................... 3 I, 72, 73 Kolcholosian ......... ...3I, I03, I04, I34 Kraemer .............7.............,,..,.,,..,,,..., 80 Kramer ..........., Kralz ..................................,....... 80 I03 Kreu+1er ..............,,..,.,....,.,, 31, ea, 105 Krilcorian ........,...,. Krous .,.......... 43, 5 Kruger .........,....,.., Krum ......... Kubola .....,., Kusch .....,.... Lacey ............., Lacey, S ........... Lahanos .......... La1 ........,...... Laing ....,.. Laisne .......... Lake ......... Lane ................... Lane, D ...,.......... Lane, J. ......,..... , .30 32 Landry ,.... Landry, M .......,.. Lang ............ Larson ............ Laurilzen ......... .. Leach .......... I30 8,9I, I2I, I28, I30, I95 I34, I92, I93, Nnuhuununu78,I26 .unnunnhunnuullb .nHUuII3,II6,I23 UUUUVNMHUNMI77 ULNUHNUUUIZ4 .nu232,95 .uusucI23 22,299,109 .hnHnn228 .uu2153 UnuuN32 .uuuuso 70, 90, 96, I I4, I96 I I, I I6 .....32, 70, I20, 225 Leal ......... ................. 3 2, 92 Leavill ........ .........,... 3 2 Lee ........... .....,.... 3 2, 99 Leel ............. ...,......,. 7 2, II9 LeGrand .......................,.........,...,.. I I0 Lehman .,............... . 74 I30 I37 Le1n1nger ............... Lemos .......... Lempes1s .......... Lenhard ...... Lenmarlc ........,, Leon .,...,....... Le Roux ....,..., Lelsinger ..... Levin ............ Levis ......... Lewis ........ Lewis, J ...,V.,vv.,...A.. ,49,52,9I,95,I2I, 192,193 nUuuuuH22H232,s9 .uuunsuhuao hH2u2Hnnu1o9 .N2w32,1o7,11o ..,...,,.I06, II4 58 84, I I0 .,..95, I09, II4, I24 II9, I5I 56, I3I Lindley ................ 23, 32, II4, I24, I29 L1ne ........... Linser ....... Lion ..,,..... I24 I I0 ,.,,..,..I03, Loclcell .,....,.,AV..,r..........,.......,,,..,,...... 95 Loclrie .,,..........,...,,..,,,......,..A,....,......,, 32 Loewe .......... 54, 9I, 98, I24, I29, I92 Lollon ............,........,......,,.....,,......... I49 Logan ........................................ 33, I06 Losee .....,.,., 23, 32, 33, 80, 96, 98, II4 Louderbaclc ,.,.,....r.,.,,,.,,,...,,, 33, 58, 97 Love V,.......,.......,,,...,.. 33, III, II2, I23 Low .......,...... ...........,. I I6, I23, I33 Low, J ....,..... ..,. .,.,,,,..,, I 0 3, I93 Lowe .....,,., ........ 3 3, I03 Lown ......... Lublc .............. ................ 3 3, 80 Lucas, D. ..... . Lucidi ......... Ludlow ....... Lund .,......... Lyman ..,....,.. Lynch, B ......... Lynch, S ......... Lysler ................ MacDonald ..,...... ............9I, II4, I2I 97, I03, I23 I09 .hi:::iii527I42 .2uU25a,129,193 124 51111533.96 MacDonald, D ....... ..,....., 7 0, I97 MacFarlane ......... ..,....,,,,...,... 7 0 MacPheelers ......... .,...... I 09, I08 Maas ,.,.,.,......,,.....,.,.,....,.................. 70 Machado ,.,.....,..,....,...,............... 33, 87 Macias ,...,.,......... 95 98 I09, II4, I24 Maddox .........,.....,....................,..,,. I I0 Maeda .......... ........,....,.. I I3 Magarian .......... .,....... 3 3, 74, I33 Magill ...,..,..... .......... 7 6, 22I Mah .........,. .........,..,..... 3 3 Maher ..............,...........,...,..... 65 74 75 Main, H ............... Main, N ......... 33,96,70,l03,IO6 .......,..66, I89 Malns .......................,,...,....... 33, 66, 92 Mallcas ........ 44, 87, I03, I09, II8, I92 Manera .........,.,...,,... Mangiarelli .,,,,,.,..... Maniscalco ........ Manning 4....... Manoogian ...... Manuel ..,....... Mar .......,..,.,,. Marchese .,,,.,..., Mardikian ....,,,. Margosian .,..,,,, Mariscal ................... Marsh ....................... Marsh, G ..... 6 Marshall ,..,....,........., Morsoobian ,,..., Marlella .,..,,,, Marlin ..,..,,,,. Marlin, B ..o,,., Marlin, I .,,..... Marlin, J .....,. Marlinez ......., Masuda ......,,. Maszler ......,,,, Mallhews ,,,,,, Maxwell .,,.,,., May .,.,,,..,,,. Mayeda ...,. McColl ..,...,,,, McCamish ,,,.,,. McCarly ................. I I I McCIendon ,,.,.......,...,,.,,..,.,..,.,,,,,,, I27 Mccollough ,,..,,,,..,. 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I I6, I33 Medoll ..,.,............................. 34, 54, 55 Mehlhorn .,....,... 34, IOI, I03, III, I25 Meleltian ..,... 34, 89, 98, I03, I I I, I32 Mencerelli ................................ 56, I I4 Merlt .....................,............,. 87, 95, I I I Merkel .......... ......... 5 2, I30, I34, I92 Merrow .,....... .............................. 9 8 Mersola .....,..., ......................,..... I 77 Meyling, H ..,.,............,..........,.......... 54 Meyling, M ........... 23, 34, 54, I29, I34 Michaelis ...................... 34, 50, 98, I I2 Miles ..,....,.................A........ 34, I23, I29 Milhahn ......,........................... I93, I97 Miller .........,...,.. 76, I03, I06, IIO, II4 Miller, B .......A,.................................... 80 Miller, E ........ .....,,.............. 56,98 Miller, P ........,,. Miller, R. ....... . Millon, B ......... Millon, K .,....,.. Mirigian ,...... M1ms ............. .......54, I23, I3I Mirlcovich .....,,. .,..... 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