Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

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M V - V t'11 ' 59' Q' , o,.-' lj 1 1 1 ,L 1 r" 1 .RQ .- 1 V. -,-' ,..-.4 Yr .sfb..' . 1 Co-Editor .... , aylinn Spence, Art Margosian Photography . . . . .... Karen Thomas Art . . . . . . Pat Bird, Lee Arnoff Sports .T .... . . . . . Bob Clark ki" V . Organizations .... .... J o Ann Hurst 1,11 f 'wal TI' DEDICATIQN I x V l , 4 .H RO , 5 S 3-. fLf:q:1,'JX f,.tI5,.,x 7:-Lg ' P 'F' L ,S 4 T, Spring Vice President Alva Guler Fall Secretary Cliff Stevens President Alice Silveira Fall Vice President Robert Trombetta Jan Johnson Spring Secretary Carolee Coates Spring Social Chairman I url"-1' - V. c., Wx n . s f V saw . , X The Campus Casanova for 1956 and chair- man of the Rally Committee for 1956-57 was Francis Azimi. Azimi, a political science N '- rj:m-,L W -. ,-Q b ,. ,IA will V-,Q ,Mi .V W Q35 - .- . T X maior, also was active in the Cosmopolitan Club, the Theta Chi Fraternity and College Y. He is listed in the l957 Who's Who. R, Allgn C. Andresen Agriculture Agriculture New 'Z' . Anclresen B. Blancett S. Burton ry Husbandry Animal Husbandry Viticulture F. Azrmr 'sf C... 732' Sv Campbell J. Carrara B. Caswell D. Cole Viticulture Agriculture Dairy Industry 'ii 1 -'gp Nr-' Cranmore D. Drone J. Etcheverry H. Ford D. Fraysher Husbandry Agriculture Agronomy Agriculture Agriculture 'LT J. Hayes C. Hollingsworth E. Holtz Agromomy Agriculture Dairy W Johnson N. Jones R. Lamb R. Dairy Husbandry Agriculture Animal Husbandry Animal D Lindgren F Mull-Ik D MCC0lGW9h A' Mama Agriculture Dairy Husbandry Animal Husbandry Agriculture .'. j1l'rIS1'll"1L .. ,. e. - . ,- A iournalism maior, Shirley Badertscher, has been active on The Collegian, Campus and Handbook-Directory staffs. Shirley also was commissioner of publications during the past year and has held membership in the Young Democrats and Omicron Sigma Pi. She is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. M. Gaumnitz H. Gelb Dairy Husbandry K I 1 Law RM +fiE'lE?f' 55' "" Queen Peggy, a language arts malor, was chosen for the 1957 Who s Who She was active In Delta Gamma Sororlty, Alpha Ph: Gamma, Omlcron Sigma Pl and Angels Flight She was edltor of the 1956 57 Hand- ' "" "-"-"'T' "FT V- ' "'7- , ' --YT?" "W" 1 , ' ' , ' tI,' l g"' - I -'- .. ',-IJ, we-. f-, A ,f1,..1+L, .- . 2 -" ' ' .3 .....- ..,4 1 . v - . . . . . . , book Directory and worked on The Collegian staff for four years. J Mlller R. Mobayen Husbandry Agriculture 'Q Yr-nv 'Q ci Qi AJ N.. C Pollard G. Rosander B. Ruggels M Ryan H SCh0Ul'lChlCf'l nal Husbandry Agriculture Horticulture Agnculture Ammal Husbandry po- orey J. Narbaitz D. Neal Mechanics Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry 4.-f"" Nieto C. Noel S. Page C PCSU' Agronomy Agronomy Agriculture ?..-iL..b""' Don Burks, a speech maior, was president of the Inter-Fraternity Council during 1956 and held a similar position in the Delta Sig- ma Phi Fraternity. A 1957 Who's Who selection, Don was class vice-president in his sophomore and iunior years. R. Sampson D. Scott Dairy Husbandry Dairy Don Burks D. Sedor G. Sheesley C. Smith Animal Husbandry Agriculture Dairy lnclust li .NJ 'N' sl C. Stevens J. Swidler A. Teak Agronomy Dairy lndustry Agronomy D. Thompson H. Tolentino D. Valdivia Yassan-Ali-Akbar A. Yates Agriculture Agriculture Animal Husbandry Agricultural Engineering Agronomy ' ' X- I ..4.i....-ii... l , Y Y Associate editor of the 1956-57 Directory A was Anna Belle Collings. A home economics maior, Anna Belle was active in Omicron Sigma Pi and Alpha Phi Gamma. During her four years at FSC she worked on The Collegian, Campus and the Directory staffs. G. Aved W. Bangian Arts Industrial Arts Anna Belle Collins Carlson A. Collins D. Cozby Arts Home Economics Industrial Arts Colwell R. Cote C. Drew D. Doig Economics Industrial Arts Home Economics Home Economics Doyle L. Gloria J. Howard G. Jones R. Jensen ll Arts Industrial Arts Home Economics Home Economics Home Economics 1 ef Jr! V Martin J Maddox W. Maxwell E Home Economics Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Home L T'I'i'- ' ' i "if'ri?'E'f LFE., f IfrI'i5f'lii- 4 . -- I., A 1" VMI. A I rx- -IN, -.-I.- N, . . .at .. rr -. ee- 'Mi -' .--Q President of the FSC Ag Council and the col- lege's Dairy Club was Millie Gaumnitz. A dairy husbandry maior, Millie was a member of the Senior Class Executive Committee, the BuIIdogger's Club and College Y. She also was a member ofthe 1956 All-Girls Judging Team. F. Mears Industrial A T Young R. McClung D. McClur Industrial Arts Industrial A -ug in R:-P S Proodran R Pearce C. Ross R. Stinson L. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Home Economics Industrial Arts Industrial 'N -1121 'E' ,'., .gi .-"' R Nov QN7, s.. 3 .1 LQgL..:,14e1. 4 Soon to be wearing the wings of an Air Force pilot is Allyn Gerard, past president of the Air Command Squadron. Allyn was very active in Blue Key, Alpha Kappa Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Arnold Air Society and the Frosh Orientation and Rally committees. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. C. Shupe nlustrial Arts 3 We--v . Stanton E. Saghutelian e Economics Industrial Arts Thiesfeld J. Wilson C. Wolfson C Wong ustrial Arts Home Economics Home Economics Home Economics Q L Phillips P. Denton D. Gollnduy W Smith J Henriksen :lustrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts lndustnal Arts Home Economics Y7 'Y' '1 '15, '"',Q'.:5fT,5?Ef1,.' :,.,,f.-,Q :Ltr 1 f-5-3 L 4 H .1 . ",- L,-.i1,,, . - r -,17r-l'mffrTl'- Wi' ' .. . '- -' 1.2, . 'La ,':' '- ': 1 3-s P 4, ,,,., .4-sg-4 "frui:,',f al!-Lyme 3, - , :'gal,..Q.-j -Q -' -ld-4. Bob Harrod L. Avakian A. Barbata President of Blue Key and the Physics Club was Bob Harrod, a physics maior-. Bob was on the FSC Executive Committee and was librarian in the Theta Chi Fraternity. Bob led Blue Key's efforts in the Charity Drive, the Help Hungary Drive and the carnival. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. P. Accornero C. Ade NAP' . vii L. Benke Q. Blade M. Cardenas 1 - 3 R. Callahan A. Carpenter G. Christensen B. Cooper R. Cotton ang- ina-I 'ls Y' qi 1' 5-'II f , ,... ,Nd . . - J ' np: , iii, V- gy :,,L., ...Lt ,.L'g,3.-1. Marilyn Haskell, an education maior, has been president of Triple S and the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. A 1957 Who's Who choice, Marilyn has been on the Rally, Elec- tion and Public Relations committees and has been a member of Newman Club, Ki Pri and Tokalon. D. Manuel J. Doodokyan I.. Dorn K. Duty F. Eastman 7X'wv' N. Foote R. Funk A. Gerard E. Giampaoli fi Nt' T' YZ? Marilyn Haskell I. Giometti W. Goodall A. Gonzalez I.. Gregorio T. Hackett TK ii. Qi wif 'A s-' JW' ' A 'fri' J. i i i ". 18 i " r ' if r- ., -, '- " 'I Q-iii? Q rig ii . ' ,- ' ., is .,T'1":: A- . ' . " 'ZH A4 - T-' "'5:F1?' ' " . -:- '1' ,i H" ' ' iF' " -,: 1 ? .f.,"L fe VV? . -,iw ... Hi' fp., M . f ff A 4, r H '- I' - .i . -,, A Y- ,-4,2 j:v .' 5- . r , .4.-7.- fi-1 HJ v 3- MNH -I-- ',1 -i I W 1 M . .ff L i '.'.-:ll .2..' was .liking - 'uli,..,i,':,.-,LF , lf'-Q-11 , ii' .""'1 Dave Hendsch President of College Y, one of the largest campus organizations, was Dave Henclsch. Dave also was an officer in Blue Key and was one of the main organizers of the 1956 Frosh Camp. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who from FSC. E. Henricksen J. Hibber 1 L. Hogrefe J. Horstmann G. Howa 'Se-nv A. Johnson J. Jorgensen W. Kim J L ,141 411 1K x., if N4 'XJ 'rv-rv '--3' D. Loewe K. Lundburg P. Maas R. Mattos S. N1 l"'q ..:-5, , V ' .lu A .:, , , l H, wr g,- ,.-ffl .,:- .. ' . -.:-.4 s--".., 4-1'-1.-- Y , W- e 4- an ..- L, ,Leis A "Much-afclof' lad at the University Street Playhouse was Roy Hergenroeder. Cast in leading roles in a number of productions, Roy was listed in the 1957 Who's Who. He has been active in the Western Speech Asso- J ciation and the Speech Arts Guild. And he was winner of the Bronze Buckle. R. Nole C. Price Roy Hergenroeder R. Puhl Y. Rice L. Richards Rosenbaum J. Simmons Y. Slavich T. Schanqn Q 'NJ'- "f-" 'i"'? D- SIOW J. SUTCMUN W. Swords H. Takikawa T. Takikawa President of Alpha Phi Gamma and business manager of the 1957 Campus was Betty Cox l Hernandez. A iournalism maior, Betty was a member of AWS, Young Democrats, New- man Club and the Sigma Sigma Sigma So- rority. She also was a day editor and play- house critic on The Collegian. J. Tate Betty Hernandez J. Taylor 165 SJ Q21 D. Dewar D. Thompson K. Tsuhako , . 1 V? R. Urushima 5. Walker W. Wiebe L. Wilson F Vx 1 1-my 'TT' Leading the Bulldog cheering section during the past year was Buzz Homsey, A marketing maior, Buzz has been active in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and on the Rally Committee. He also was a member of Alpha Phi Gamma. K. Adams M. Akers Y' Allowoy J. Anderson R. Anderson Atwood M. Avila C. Barker P Bence J N999 P. Bird J. Blackwell J Boaz S Bonander E5 X- w M951 - - -I 7-I 1 M-.,xm- A in off Air: "f r ' .f f --f- Y---. . - .1 -T .,,.- .. - .. . - f-w .- '- . 1-11 . . - - v Q-QM UFU President of the rulers of sorority life, Pan- hellenic, was Jun Johnson. Jan, ci musicl maior, was Cotton Ball and Military Boll queen and the Sigma Chi sweetheart. She was president of Triple S and was u member of FWLC, Tokalon and Angel's Flight. Jon is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. M. Borillo L. Brumlett Jun Johnson C. Callison L. Choate M. Cochran M 1 U1 gs, ESL B. Brewer R. Brooding Sf YN? S. Daggs S. Cox K. Cozby L. Creighton P, Cgllyer an ,ng 'x Q 18 President of his class in the junior and frosh years and of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fra- ternity was Jim Jorgensen. Jim also was head cheerleader in 1955 and was president of Cardinal Key. He was active on the Rally Committee and was a member of the New- man Club. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. A. Dean L. De Benedetto fx B. De Vries G. Dilley J. Durney Sv' B. Easter L. Eklzian C. Erickson M. Fiorentino Jlm Jorgensen Nr ful J. Fraker J. Gardner M, Gmnf V. G,-owdon B. Gulfln W V 4. XJ Cast in the lead role of the University Street Playhouse production of "Anastasia" was Dorothy Joyal. A speech maior, Dorothy has been active in the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, Tokalon, Triple "S", the Western Speech Association and College Y. She was co-chairman of the Public Relations Com- mittee and is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. R. Guinn A. Guler Dorothy Joyol Kn- T' L. Hagopian B. Hall E H Q5 he M. Harms H. Harper M. Haskell D. Hill D. Hendsch R. Hill M. Homen M. Hruska L A - . - 1. xi. :Q A . IL' his SP 'T B A psychology major, Virginia Krous has been president of Kappa Alpha Theta, Piano- forte and the Psychology Club. Virginia was editor of the 1955-56 Handbook-Direc- tory and was a member of Tokalon, Mu Phi Epsilon and Alpha Phi Gamma. She is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. J. Hursl B. Isaak J Johnson M. Johnson P. Johnson E. Jones S. Jordan J. Jorgensen S Kasamafsu V Kelzer C. Keogle M. Knapp J Koeker R Dong xx X Maria Lucidi S fsifi-f.fgL-H.'u:3l'.f 'D The lone stranger on the FSC Debate Team in her iunior year was Maria Lucidi. Maria has been president of Tokalon and chairman of the post office committee. She was a member of CSTA, FWSAG, Triple "S", the Western Speech Association, the Newman Club and the Election and Rally committees. Maria is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. F. Luhann S. wk Q D. Lehman J. Lindly 0. Lopez 'O Moa if yxfrf L. Rice M. Maas S an '- 4'-N 5' X F, Mqnning E. Mar D. Marks B. Marsh "-T Z' PK President of the Delta Zeta Sorority and the Newman Club was Shirley Mencerelli. An education maior, Shirley also was active in CSTA, Triple "S" and was on the Student Council. She also was treasurer of the Pan- hellenic Council at FSC. McCormick A. Mclean is 'X was V7 McMurry S. Mencerelli C. Micciancio 'DC wb., sl? . 7 1 ut. hr- 'Q t---v Minasian R. Mitchell L. Moore J. Murphy Shirley Mencerelli D- MYHS A. Naiarian R. Orosco L. Pacheco E. Papagm W' kw- 5,7 ui U'-'fm 1 W, if l " Nur. L1 2 s i i 1 1 I i N 1 i J i nlgl fy' ,-f President of the largest organization on cam- pus, the California Student Teacher's Asso- ciation, was Jim Murphy. Jim was elected to membership in Blue Key in 1956 and also was active in the College Y. An education major, Jim was FSC's representative at the Jam Murphy numerous CSTA meetings. J. Panlell L. Parker Z? 45 Xa YS? L R. Peterson D. Pierce J. Powers ,os ,K A. Probst C. Qulroz K. Quist J. Ramon 11 i J. Rasmussen A. Reed D. Reimer M. Reinhardt M. Rel , wo- 'Quin .. . . J.- ,sly I In-' 4 L 'il l"' if ' V- .lfurf ' TVN' The gavel pounding student body president of 1956-57 was Bruce Pankratz. Elected by one of the largest maiorities in FSC history, Pankratz carried on in the tradition of presi- dents of past years. Bruce was active in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and Alpha Phi Gamma. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. R. Riddle N. Rutherford Sampson T. Savial B. Say Schumann J. Seher R. Sheehan A Sllyelrq M Sims E. Smith N. Sonke A Sourbeer R Takalqaan .-Ch G' -at X 'U' Q X up -. I 1, 'I w 1 L .1 a t . . . 1- W- - -: .Q .n r .. L-,,,,. 1 .,-,A,,,.:.- ,,, ,hee , , nn,- . . x, , - 4 JT. , rf? 1. f , H 1 -V 'T' . ' W in 'lg .. 3, 1 . 1 N'Lr'.' 45-fi ' l' , y'.' .gi , , "1--' , N 2 I J. v' '--' 1 '-if , 'y'., . .- V . '. T. .. - -e' '. Q' ..-.. - . ,s ..-HL-, 1 fe ,Z . ' 4 .. ' ,-A-1.Leee-1: :-i-'Q-, ,--r-f , , , . ..Q,,.3 my I , . sq.-3 gl x ffl x v Q i I 'v 9 l tt , l HA ' J. W. Powers 1, ru 31575 Winner of the semi-annual PTA award for outstanding work in directed teaching in T956 was J. W. Powers. An education maior, J.W. was elected to Blue Key in '56 and was active in Beta Beta Beta, Blue Key, CSTA, the Canterbury Club and the FSC chapter of the Young Democrats. T. Takemo F ' , ' l l wud 'KT K. Fisher N. Thompson L. Tipton rf 'W 1 " ,. x I-1-ff .. tr r -Q pu tbl., 11:1-tie. EW: t HJ.. E. Toews J. Tolson M. Tudor ,rg l me 'f 1 I .1 li 1, Ill' . T-9 - U l D. Vieira J. Waterman B. Webster E. Winder J K'-N Eff 114 if flfT'i'f-livhfe 1 mT1t'1'lfT':'7' 'ui ' - 1 '44-D:ifU,fx' -2 - - W- Y . NNY, ...,,,-.f Chosen for Who's Who in 1957 was Jeanne Rasmussen, the FSC Women's Legislative Commissioner for 1956-57. Jeanne also was head pep girl, Kappa Sigma Snow Queen and an attendant to the Campus Queen in 1956. She was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Orchesis, Newman Club and Ki-Pri. Berendsen B. Bolin Music Art R. Crawford F. Foss Music Music fini' Art Music Music T? Garcia R. Grouel J. Johnson Jeanne Rasmussen Kazaniian J. Monson M. Mueller J. Pugh S. Simpkins Music Music Art Music Music I Schyler Reha rt J. Cotton E. Facio B. Hernandez Journalism Spanish Journalism J. Black C. Bloch P. Bu English Journalism Language 'QT-J-!::.---V 2 '- . L f. ..1 , , -.1L-,,e, .. - ,P , ' 1- Undoubtedy the busiest man on campus was "Three-times-a-week" Schyler Rehart. Editor of The Collegian for 1956-57, Rrehart also was president of the Young Democrats. A journalism maior, Schyler also served as associate editor of The Collegian and was a member of College Y, Alpha Phi Gamma and The Forum. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. R. Anderson 5 Journalism if g JL ,rd ! Mary Renning, an education maior, has served as student body secretary and vice- president of the Kappa Alpha Thetas. A 1957 Who's Who selection, Mary also has held membership in Angels' Flight, FWSAG and the World University and Rally committees. Mary worked on the staff of the Handbook- Directory staff in 1956. 'W' T fb Lf M 4 K 1 i l , in . Mary Renning Eg Larrieu L. McDonald y urnalism English 1 W t 4 I w Y l , ins l if 'X C. Morris C. Murphy S. Rehart K. Stephens French Foreign Languages Journalism ,il -ul' Q J. Savala J. Scott G. Spence C. Wood B. Pankratz I Spanish English Journalism English Journalism h 3 fe- X I 33 xi . :n.1uu 1 W - "'7 L ,nc -v"ag,t.-'frm Hrs-'L ' , vi . 4 1 . .cz ' L '- '- . YL ,-. ,. I -u ,V IA. ,, iv . , , 4 , . ,. ,T -:14..J. H - ...' S'1AJ-711' g-. .15-A . -' .4- Student body vice president in 1956-57, Dick Riechel is listed in the 1957 Who's Who year- book. Dick was a member of Theta Chi, the Physics Club, Blue Key and the Engineers' Club. A physics maior, Dick also was active on the college Traditions Committee. . L Carlson D. Cobb l., Dixon Biology Biology Botany G Durganan P Grilione J. Chorshuf J. Heber Biology Biology Biology Biology 4. .45 ' T James L Marsh B Monk Y. Nakashima W. Nicke Life Science Life Science Biology Zoology Biology S ,M -v N rv- 'gy G Ramsden P Sedoo J elf S Senner R. Trombelta J. Wols Botany Biology Biology Biology Zoology Life Scie lr11"' ' A past president of the Alpha Xi Delta So- rority and the Panhellenic Council is Terri Savial. An education maior, Terri was a member of the Student Personnel Committee, WU5, the College Y, CSTA and the Young Republicans. L. Arnold J. Devincenzu DeWing A. Donie J. Embrey Jr F Fletcher 'ZF Qs ?' ff- Gamage S. Gillespie A. Gumz D Hall L Hampton '5 dv Hardgrave C. Harless H. Janlc S Kenneson I idd R Knight 3 can X .Vi har-.. '- , T--. l ,WY , ,, l l Alice Silveira S. ,i-LA ..:r ,I M- R Q I , . .V l' Senior Class vice-president was Alice Sil- veira, an education maior. Alice was presi- dent of Kappa Phrateres and held offices in CSTA, the Cosmopolitan Club and the Newman Club. Alice was chosen For the 1957 Who's Who listings from FSC. W. Kusch G. Lahunas l.. Lowry .l. Machoian M. Maedo wi """' -r7'rrv , --9 C. Mersola N. Mitchell .l. Monachello O. Myers D- N2Vir1S 'T-'13 'lift D. Ravolin D. Smith M. Stallard J. Steinbom S. Valenti W. Vander l-Cl 'Z uh- 'WN 15.4-'X 5' '5"TvX 'riff 'YV' 'Ih.o' Honor attendant at the 1956 Queen's Ball was Sue Simpkins, cn music maior. Sue was president of Phi Mu, corresponding secre- tary of Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority and reporter for the Panhellenic Council. She is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. R. Albach Chemistry S. Allison H. Avakian A. Bartow H. Berg Geology Engineering Geology Physics 1491 Sue Simpkins A. Bourghol I. Carlin E, Christensen W. Chunchill F. Conover Engineering Engineering Engineering Physics Geology Cornelius F. Cotton D. Creger A. Ekizian G. Gerlitz B. Goshgarian Chemistry Engineering Engineering Mathematics Geography Chemistry i 'J-' Y is? 9 s-v V .. -we-'E is -. Coke Smith, an education maior, has been student body secretary, president, vice- president and secretary of AWS and treasurer of Delta Gamma Sorority. Coke was a mem- ber of the Election Committee, Triple "S" and the Bulldogger's Club. She is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. Coke Smith D. Haas R. Harrod F. Hart Engineering Physics Physics 'Nr-I, 'Linn ..J R. Henricksen W. Hughes R. King M. Kubota Engineering Engineering Engineering Physical Therapy 775117 J. Lester J. Looft M. Sanwo N. Maloney R. Manda! M Engineering Geology Mathematics Geelogy Chemistry "Half-responsible" for the 1957 Campus is Gaylinn Spence, a iournalism major. Gaylinn was day editor of The Collegian in 1956 and also worked on the Handbook-Directory staff. She also was active in the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Alpha Phi Gamma and the Public Relations Committee. Gaylinn is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. ' B. Miller R. Mink J. Mohn Engineering Engineering Engineering Gaylinn Spence R. Noblin l.. Pankrotz A. Poregian J. Petruzzi D. Pretzer Physics Chemistry Engineering Physics Physics D. Rea D. Riechel J. Shahpar A. Shammo M. Shame Physics Physics Engineering Engineering Engineering 3 Nl Y. 5-J - l 39 4K 4 fr' YY" Y -f-f-- - 'f--v7f-7-f-fr-r7--7--- - Y in lr If M , 2' I 1- , John Steinborn A Little All Coast selection in 1956 was fullback, quarterback and halfback, John Steinborn. A physical education maior, John transferred to FSC from Orange Coast. He is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. R. Shoemaker L. Smith R. Stafford Enginkring Geology Engineering- 4 D, Sn-get J. Sutton A. Telesco Mathematics En sf 'l'4.-"" gineering Engineering CCI? D. Walder G. Walker R. Wallace J. Wolfson O. Yacou Geology Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineerin Senior Class president for 1956-57 was Cliff Stevens. Cliff maiored in agriculture and is listed in the 1957 Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. Cliff Stevens Bailey L. Brown R. Capriola G. Carroll G. Chey 0. Christensen M. Clacher F. Del Real D. Deluca Economics General Criminology Criminology Criminology '15 NJ 'xr' Y ' lj V' D Dench M Dwight J. Faure General Criminology Political Science R Gibbs S Halls W Hamm W. Hernandez F. Hill General Psychology Criminology Criminology Gen C vey C Johnson R Klassen Virginia Kraus W. Kuhn Social Welfare General General Psychology Political Science ,vim .P ,..-1T. .,..?,T,,q-.iT,n T! .,., .l Jill Taylor, a secretary administration maior, was president of the Delta Gamma Sorority and FWLC. Jill was the SAE Sweetheart and was a member of the Rally and Freshman Orientation committees, Triple "S" and FWSAG. Jill is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. rx 455 Campus King for 1956-57 was Doug Thomp- son, a general marketing maior. Doug was president of the Sophomore Class and a member of the Rally, Public Relations and Date committees. He also was president and vice-president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He is listed in the 1957 Who's Who. Melkonian V. Melkonian Sociology Sociology fi l Multanen R. Delson A. Nunes General Criminology Political Science "7 ,L. Pusey M. Ramirez R, Rqgner Doug Thompson R ,'-11.2 X fl' 'YC .s-"1 K. Q.- .J-N . C, -. ' C. Oppen Psychology G. Rice .l. Robinson tical Science Social Welfare Criminology Political Science Criminology f-U gvv 8- ns., txf 27 l:mV l T'-':T " r 'x .XA xx! fi-. -.-15 .5 H- - .TF'i:':' Ti. - ll. I . -c-. Q-- ..,,,,a.f3lFLk: -e. ..-..... 4 Max Tudor, an education maior, was chair- man of the Public Relations Committee. Max also was a member of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, the Air Command Squadron and CSTA. Max Tudor F. Small General '2 G xr X YFAT7 X . R. Smith J. Sorg G. Storel General Criminology Psycholo K , 1 ' rx. J. Tipton D. Wilder M. Yamane S. Yao N. Zoroto Economics Social Welfare History History General Qu- Y? 'B 'if .f ff I I fl QE Probably one of the "loudest" members of the Class of 1957 was Leo Wilson, FSC's assistant yell leader. Leo, a business ad- ministration maior, was a member of the igma Chi Fraternity. . Allen - Arbour C. Coates 'Q' kd 1 V x -ll. Devitt R. Hergenroeder C. Hudelson Lucidl C. Sant Agata R. Seifert A. Young Q5 9' :ff Leo Wilson Elvfl bw 02957 5 ,,6 A 3 PAPERS 'lr ip" - , L, MII I 45.15 X I . W I X of wa' , . . 'T "-r- fnq f"" lf" ilwii' "" 'i 'I Nl dmini tration lrwln O. Addicoll Executive Dean Forrest D. Brown Donn of Students Dallas A. Tueller Dean of Inslruclion Earl H. Wighl Aclminislrulive Assisfunl 49 J. W. Canfield Director of Placement of i N w i 5 r Gordon Wilson Leo Wolfson Associate Dean iAclivitiesl Associate Dean lAdmissions and Reca dmini tratio Dr. Edna Winter Carl Levin Director of Health Service Business Manager Hedley Stacey Associate Dean iCounselingj Victor L. .lepsen Phyllis W. Watts Coordinator of Graduate Study Curriculum Evaluator Arthur Safstrorn Director of Related Educational Activities Edward M. Spencer Dean of Educational Services and Summer Sessions Wilma F. Wlghl Henry Madden Registrar College Librarian afzult "' V-Q.. 2" J 'M .43 Q L -gn Ralph F. Evans Education Division acuity Lloyd Dowier Agriculture Division g John W. Wright McKee Fisk Lt. Col. Robert Hogg Speech Arts Division Business Divison Air Science Division Henry F. Frlcker Health Education Department Karl Falk Frank Boolsen Social Science Division Criminology Department 53 51:22. 7 ' i Marion A. Grosse , Applied Arts Division and Industrial Arts Department 1 i i w 4 Y w 1 1 Y w P i ' John Ed Herbert Ralph C. Rea Louise W, po,-ch N N Art Department Fine Arts Division and Home Economics W Music Department uoyd G' "'9Ie5 Ruth D. Waterman Life Science Division and Edward V- TSHHEY Physical Education Department - Bi0'99Y D9PU"fmenf Psychology Department Wnmen Earl D. Lyon Humanities Division and English Department Carlos A. Rojas Paul V.,Sheehan Herbert H. Wheaton Language Department Journalism Department Physical Sizience Division and Engineering Department D , Ennis B. Womack Chemistry Department Roy Dubisch Mathematics Department George Stanley Geology Department DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE. Louis LeVaIley, Robert Glim, Jesse Bell, Robert acult acult HOME EC DEPARTMENT. Resting, left to right, Elizabeth Monts and Patricia Bigge, Raymond H. Harrison. Top row, Lawrence E. Gowin and James A. 1"" -I llglw' 'qv-3' Fikes. DIVISION OF AIR SCIENCE. Colonel Robert Hogg, Maior Louis Jaques, Captain John Mason and Captain Jack G. Dewsen. ART DEPARTMENT. Earl R. Lucas, Ella M. Odorfer and Clark Heiple. PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT. Seated, left to right, Ibrahim Abou-Ghorra, Harrison Madden and George Leavitt. Standing, Don Gottfredson, Frank Powell and Wayne Holder. 57 fa J I w V 11' f ' ,::. 1.- n I , sum? g , r Q 1 1 'Ls,r fn 55, -J' .,v -1 ,, PM '- , App, if-' 1 w A-L' 4,-L., va' .V ' P 1 aw, , Q.. TIE- '55 V 'ff " s 'f' . 'E- ent Govemme it H at A A -, H 'ft Student Body President Bruce Pankratz has found his office on the Shaw Avenue Campus to be just what was needed back in September. Pclnkratz has followed in the footsteps of many other FSC prexies working for the im- provement of conditions for ALL stu- dents. After moving into the new FSC Association offices in the bookstore, y g K Pankratz found it much easier to measure the pulse of student opinion. Bruce Pankratz, Student Body President tudent Bod re ident .ani il -f F. La ng M. Renning Fall Secretary 1 Nr 1 3 oo, Nun' J. Rasmussen D. Reichel MENS Le9iS'C'fiVe C0mmiS5i0n9" Fall Women's Legislative Commissioner Vice President tudent fficer 62 J. Hickman S. Helms Spring Secretary Spring Women's legislative Commissioner 'WS S. Badertscher Commissioner of Publicati R. Guinn Athletic Commissioner jp, I . tudent Court ,-gg-11 lll llllll ', l ll lllll lllll I Student Court members, Bill Maggiore, Shirley Mencerelli, Joanne Osborne and Gary Storey, take a few minutes to forget about lost student body cards. The 1956-57 edition of the Student Court had its usually busy year. Starting with the "smoke" created from events at the annual Frosh-Soph Brawl, the four iustices and the associate dean of students for activities, aloided by the rules set up for the court in the student constitution. Gary Storey and Shirley Mencerelli concluded their terms as iustices and were applauded by the dean for their efforts. W. H. Haggerton and Dennis Lund investigate Phillip Jones, captain of student police new criminology equipment. Qi J 5 oard of irector B. Pankratz 3. 5 A . f . X 1 'Af J. Rasmussen D. Riechel F. Lang' The Board of Directors take five before discussing the state of FSC. Controller of the purse strings at Fresno State is the FSC Association Board of Direc- tors. Composed of four faculty members, appointed by President Joyal, and four stu- dent officers, the board meets twice-a-month to discuss ALL student activities and appro- priates student funds for publications, ath- letics and other activities. The Board also controls the cafeteria, bookstore and the numerous vending machines. Dr. Louis Mudge congenially led the group for the nth time. And he was ably assisted by the as- sociation's general manager, Art Safstrom, and the secretary, Pat Monroe. oard of thletm F. Lang O Myers B Ponkratz J Gumn D Rlechel Led by its newly appointed chairman, George llg, the Board of Athletic Control maintained control of the college's athletic program. Voting on schedules for the football, basketball, baseball, track and other teams was only one of the group's actions. The board also recommended athletes for various awards, submitted a budget for athletics to the Di- rectors and ruled on any new suggested activities. Similar to the Board of Directors, the BAC has four voting faculty representatives and four student of- ficers. Members of the Board of Athletic Control gather in front of the agriculture classroom building before their meeting Dr. Bryant Rees led the Board of Pub- lications through one of its most trying years as the various publications at- tempted to match the growth of the college. The Collegian entered its first full year as a three-time-a-week news- paper and the other publications ex- panded in size and numbers. During the year, the Board was approached by the perennial plea for a college magazine and continued to be one of the busiest groups on campus. S. Badertscher B. Pankratz G. Spence S. Rehart J. Rasmussen Board of Publication The "baby" of the numerous college boards is the Board of Fine Arts. The Board controls the budgets for the art, music, dance and speech activities and has control of association equipment used by these groups. As the youngest of the boards, the Fine Arts group has not as yet had to spend long hours in the accomplishment of its duties - still a bit hazy in nature. Members of the Board of Fine Arts listen as the secretary reads the minutes of the last meetinn. F. Lang , ? ' i I' 1-gi B. Pankratz 2 wa- Tb .f .l. Rasmussen D. Riechel Sue Simpkins Election Committee Allyn Gerard Freshman Orientation Peggy Bunton Freshman Orientation Richard Murray Election Committee Alice Silveira World University Service Bob Bockenstedt Date Committee Bette Costa Date Committee Committee Chairmen Max Tudor Marvin Harrison Jghn Horsfmqnn Public Relations Public Relations Trgdigions Fre hmen rientation L. DeBenecleMo R. Garabsdian F. Gee C. Garner P. Grusdav C. Markarian H. McCloskey S. Morgan D. Ruble P. Ryan S. Baderissher 5. Carpenler D. Coles S. Cornwell J. Davis C. Hadsoll L. Hansen E. Hartman K. Jurgensen G. Kiser J. Scot! S. Smoyer D. Sfubhlefield J. Urrisnla P. Ward Tradition H. Avakian S. Caire M. Deal J. Harsfmunn J. Milchell D. Pace P. Ryan S. Simpklns F. Balakian 5. Brockway J. Carlson D. Cafes S. Congdon Rall Jr Qs' nr ...4 .f J. Cullaerison L. Davey R. Deveze J. Driscoll S. Edhulm R. Frinnell S. Halls D. Herbert S. Leas 0. Lopez W. Marks B. McKinley J. Neal B. Nelson l.. Rankin C. Sumuelian J. Shahpar K. Stephens C. Ward J. Woodruff Election E-f' ,- QA ,sa 'rr B, Benn: M. Brown G. Bunnell M. Cozad 5. Daniels J, Abe D, Ban 5, Banc,-,fy G, Bgll F4 Befgqndef 0- UPU' J- M5559 P- M5'lWfl5"' C' N9 5- oil"-'W' C. Gerner S. Halls E. Harlman M. Hodges M. Hruska D. Prelzer L. Rankin J. Seal? B. Waighl L. Wells ublic elation orld niver it up R. Anderson H. Avaklan P. Bird J. Davis R. Doveze R. Downy A. Edgerly 5, Edholm A. Gulsr L. Hansen M. Harrison B. Kleicler L. Lockharl E. Madden T. Mulhern M. Nance M. Nikkei R. Puhl L. Pusey R. Rasnar L. Rice S. Smoyer D. Sfubblefield C. Ward L. Zanlnovirh J. Davis R. Deveze D. Ferrer P. Grusdul D. Herbert J. Ross J. Shchpar A. Silveira L. Wells R. Asfone B. Beliers M. Brown M. Cozad - 'ol x, 1'-is efhi :W Bruce Dirkson Fall Vice President nir S err 4-N en., S. JoAnn Hansen Fall Secretary Judy Hickman Fall Social Chairman Sandra Smoyer tray situation. and Paul Spraetz discuss the ash- The annual Slave Sale, roller riot and the Junior-Senior Prom were among the numerous activities sponsored by the Junior Class in the past year. The class executives, headed by JoAnne Hirasuna, had an argument on their hands during the fall term when they decided to cancel the annual prom. Public opinion forced the execs to reconsider the prom, and at publi- cation time the prom was placed on the schedule of activities. Assisting JoAnne during the fall were Bruce Dirksen, JoAnn Hansen and Judy Hickman. Female members of the iunior exec board smile over the news that there will be a prom. U - sl l lv-. 1 me sz- ' I QF Dirk Rafhwick Spring Vice President Spring Social Chairman Two exec members wonder about their coming grades. 4 Judy Scott Fall Vice President N K K N Joanne Carothers Fall Secretary 1 v'- -- ophomore Sue Cornwell Fall Social Chairman Marilyn Deal, Judy Beiden, Dick Oliver and Mike Kuhlmann await orders from the sophomore presi- dent. , , H,,.,,,-..-..,,,.,. ...NL . no .L 2 my-Mesa, 1,-,s..rn-Lsrsfi Y Dennis Stubblefield led the Soph- omore Class to victory over the Freshman Class in the annual Frosh- Soph Brawl for the first win for the second-classmen since the fall of 1953. The class also joined the fresh- men in sponsoring their annual dance. Assisting Stubblefield in the fall were Judy Scott, Joanne Caro- thers and Sue Cornwell. The spring executives included Roberta Souza, Beverly Betters and Jo Agn Cowan. The sophomore class executive committee in mass Beverly Betters Spring Secretary Dennis Stubblefield President A few sophomores discuss their second winning of the annual brawl. JoAnn Cowan Spring Social Chairman Rudy Petersen escorts Judy Scott and Margaret Mitchell to exec meeting. 5 , ...- W ll ,L 'v I-C 1 Nc' N .i 1 II George Brown Fall Vice President Freshmen Judy Jones Fall Secretary relaxes. Nancy McNitt and Rod Means take the pause that One of the largest freshman classes in FSC history, the Class of 1960, started college days on the right foot by participating in the most success- ful Frosh Camp in the last several years. John Breckenridge led the class during the fall semester. Arnold Johansen took over presidential duties for spring when Breckenridge transferred to West Point. The class was the leader in the Help the Hun- garian Heroes Drive and took an ac- tive part in other school affairs. George Brown, Judy J ones and Roger Ward helped with executive duties in the fall while Diane Bleid- istel and Rodney Means assisted Jo- hansen. The freshman executive committee in one of their most dig nified moments. 'N John Breckenridge Fall President l XY, Arnold Johansen The women will prevail. 1- 'UD Diane Bleiclistel Spring Vice President Spring President Just a few of the active Freshman executive body. lf 9 t ,.,,L.- 1- in A Nil XQQQWMWW wa-WW' .,,.f',., A,N- L uk' 4 , lv A. , , .- 1. .A I ,. .- V ,, ,. A A -"fi li .'3'i?ff 'f'f ' ' A - ' - ' 'A L..,,,.,., .-- X ,. I ,-:1ff7iFJ1'f:'5 T:-Lv :'g -1 'W , ,a'f?'7' ' b f-..4"-:fH.!Z'j?',g'- ' 'il ' - ' ' l1fl?fe,3Ig1M,,V'j " W' . - ' - ' fff'l1a.H,'n:'-Q 4'-1 , .1155 rf. r,',?11,x"-ij ,fy ' 3 , -' g7'Q5-'ildi fits! - 'w."l"f7'iii5',f.i4-'1 1-Eff . M '51L':1,?, I 1 15,1 f:gj.11.,?f'. ' ' , . ' L ' IP"- 'gf' '.Pfi.4ff1.Wffr,fJ V A M ' I ' Y -- 3: Elf. .,1' 1 'l 4-0:92 W ' I M " 'f--1f4lf?l'3f2',-' V Em- :mu 0-J 'SG 'al 'wif 'P' -2' A . AT J V 'I I . --f 1 , ,. g 1 LJ I Lllf. , 1 ! ' x MUSE as W-M- h-MJ L , .f'A ' I A l ' ""z:f'i5.: LL 1 I f ION IN . uv hmm, 0, ,Q T0m'IORI?o - HERE' mm, BE 1 5'mff5' 4 O O X HKU: lldq i i'n'QUMug Q1 gy. U 95 '56 Q . WQ5, SllltTmj,Mx N J .9 'URIT .nga xx 10.J5'r,gl,. Nr- !! 952100551 Mx, ""?" X ,A xff. N andbook - irector ff ra 97 F ' X I ' ', 'a' J ' In J '54 F -W , if 4:4923 A , Peggy Bunlon, edilor ,,. 1 . ls. ,gf- Shirley Budertscher and Kay Chappel, associale editors, relax for a spell. The stuff, Barbara Pewlhers, Lois Juslesen, Caroline Dutcher, Polly Purrigun and Doris Slankard smile af the birdie, -5 -I' I I k A 'K -4 Cl if Co mr,5r-f-'-ff-g--fr -:---f--- ,.--'if ,W i W.. -v. 6' i 1 'E r M ,v 'i 11 gian If ,Cliff Graff, managing editor, is going up. ,Li , i Schyler Rehari, Collegian edilor, hiding in ihe corner 1"? Hard ai work. Marcia Haggard and Cliff Groff. .rx .calf Keeping their fee! dry are David Nattenberg, Ed Koumrian, Dick Hamilton, Bob Clark, Bob Powell and H, w 1 1 ,., E Gary Girard, aa l Y if W , f,i:iQ,Q.,. V, , 1. -'33, -'11, "If v V j Q ilrgkr Y, rw, ,L L ,amy H ..lsvg71y',!,, 1' i i i -78 i w C N . 1 -fn N-xgi I IN-- Dick iPressboxi Hamilton, sports editor. I JA F..-.ig g..f'7Jwl -. 1 ' s Marcia Haggard, advertising managi,i and her assistant, Jim Cotton, check the fiIe.i V Q. ,E 11, Jgsl .W ' A I' ' "Eff" .lx X . - The editor bullies the printers. f I w Y. All '-will -U Y. ,., W l -nl The lineup. Blochbusters, Joseph Garcia, Peggy Bunton, Roberta Rehart, Mike Kuhlman and Cecil Tange. ' " rw' 'i.'r" --" fi' f Ygf"f' f ,' -5- ,gr-f,f.'.1v ff: 5 f f . ., 5 v-4,--.. 1. .-: -11 ' l . G .MAL K, .wlgjh .mil IQLM- - L ii. 1:1 ,lf 1 V5 l - Ffh II' it J fli?IfX ' ff 79 lvl -'J E 9.- Campus work is ne done: but oh, what nice mess it makes. i' XX? 4 E Just "cutting up"-Olivia "0ink" Lopez and louise "Butcher" Facio. Bob Clark insists everyone's doing it. Ho! ho! exclaims Shirley Badertcher. Ho hum, say Lily Garcia and Mary Lorenzo. 4.12 s wfff"" , ...I MUllu..l.., . v9 rg, I dreamed I was Napoleon- Sally Edholm and Alliene Spence. gunizations editor, and Karen Thomas, photography l'lI raise you 100 and call you-JoAnn Hurst, or- 'edifon 5 44 If s a man s world Coednor Gaylmn Spence Ir's a womun's world-The other Co., Ari Murgosian Art editors or sfarguzers?-Pa! Bird and Lee Arnoff 'N 'I 'L ,J 3. W J. mai -1 VK 1,. 52 A , bw A ff fig 121:72 E a55V:f1.',' , , ...,.....1-Q-ww 1 Zt6"'7""f"" K ,, ,,.,.,.uk 4 1 odern ance Practice, practice, practice t - J . v. a . V - Rehearsal before a mirror helps dancers reach perfection. Expression through a series of dance positions Completely void of influenc sideburned lad from Tennessee, the Modern Dance group went on with its appreciation For the finer types of rhythmic expression to music. Marion Bigelow of the women's physical d . e ucatlon maior once again directed the group. Miss Bigelow states that the dancers' movements are adapted to relate a set idea. The simplest f . orm of movement is expressed as the dancer portrays the story of music. Orchesis, the modern highly professional e from the long dance group, presents a program each spring offering the audience an evening of "art through true expression." l l l l l l THE CAST Jack Chesney ......... Charley Wykeham ..... Lord Fancourt Babberley. Kitty Verdun .......... Amy Spettigue ........ Col. Sir Francis Chesney. Stephen Spettigue ...... Brassett .............. Donna Lucia D'Alvaclorez .... Ela Delahay .......... l l . . . William Coyle . . Noble Johnson . . .John Scanlon . . . . Carole Dauer . . . , Maria Lucidi Melkon Melkonian . . . Kenneth Allen . . . . . Tom Barnes Florian M. Morrell . . . Bobbie Briggs Charlicfs Aunt Oh dear, what a for CharIie's poor old au ll 77' 84 1 Pla hou e Shocked silence exists after Anastasia declines the crown . , ol Dauer and William Coyle, button pushers for "Anastasia' 5 l l l 4? ? 5' 1 THE CAST Anna ..... ......... Chernow . . . . . Varya .... . . Petrovin ...... . . . Prince Bounine .... . Counsellor Drivinitz . . . . Dr. Serensky ...... Dowager Empress . . . Sergei ............ ....... Prince Paul ......... . . . Roy Hergenroeder Baroness Livenbaum . . . . . . . . . . Dorothy Joyal Melkon Melkonian . . . . Carleata Hull Charles Sant Agata . . . . Kenneth Allen Tom Barnes Charles Maniscalco . . . . . Remi Barron . . . Priscilla Austin Elaine Goolkasian na ta ia Anastasia asks her grandmother only for recognition, not the crown 1 i t Rev. Samuel P Abigail Williams Deputy-Governor Rev. John Hale . Giles Corey .... Elizabeth Proctor Tituba ........ Marry Warren . . Sarah Good . . . John Proctor .... Cost arris ..... .... T om Barn Danforth 65 .. Georgia Dilley . . Phillip Walker . . Remi Barron . . Larry Mendes . . Thelda Keith Mrs. Len Burris . . . Julia Woods Kathleen Kidder .. Tom Hodges niver it Street he Crucible John Proctor, played by Tom Hod ges, blasts away at the shrewd and 'life-seeking' Deputy-Governor Danforth, alias Phil Walker, ? -.1 Stage manager Dorothy .loyal checks the sound effects 'th wi Melkon Melkonian. Director Al Kaufman's crew brought smiles of humor to audience with scenes like the one above. Those attendin performances had high praise for the studefnt's portray the Arthur Miller version of the Salem witchh l Ul1lS. William Marble . Annie Marble . . Winnie Marble . . Jim Medland ...... . . . Charlie Hammond Madame Collins . Doctor Atkinson . First workman . . . Second workman Melkon Melkonian . . . Dorothy Joyal Carole Ann Morris Roy Hergenroeder . . ..... Tom Barnes . . Mary Lorenzo . . Larry Mendes . . . . Remi Barron . . . . . Ernest Holland a ment eferred C, ...ui 87 The Fresno State College Orchestra rehearses for the first concert held in the fall under the direction of Dr. Arthur Bryon. One orchestra concert held in the music building auditorium on the new campus. Dr. J. H. Winter directs the Brass Choir which played for many FSC activities, including the Greek Sing. I . 12 412' e 3- 11' 4-1, 4 W - eff We ee - ' -1-I ' V -I ...- ---i i Q ,- e--'0'?""i1"7l.L " , ,.., 1 ,- ,.....,e TOOITI. The Music department makes extensive use of the recording facilities in the new building. Led by Bob Bennett, the mixed chorus practices diligently during regularly scheduled class time. Two trumpete-rs caught unaware while blowing up a storm in a music department practice J! A4, ,Y Y , , 1.,,.t,7 Y, S A7--gl" Q 'Q 'PPG i qll T TH re no tate B T1 V 1 3 1 A 1 i Eltis ffw U fiw 1 , il . "1-if 51 '93, L . :xg V . 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Jim O'Banion, a sophomore speech maior, won the Debate Squad Sweepstakes Award in his freshman year and received another high honor in 1956 when he was selected to captain the debate team. Only in its second year of active competition, the debaters brought home a number of excellent ratings and awards from tour- naments throughout California. Tourna- ments entered included the Occidental College Debate Tournament and one at Los Angeles State, both sponsored by the Southern California Collegiate Forensic Association. Norman Leer again coached the team. The "Smilin' Jock" debaters are, left to right, Earlene Craver, Donna Poochigian, Hank Eurgubian, John Goss, Dennis Cromarty, Fred Hall, Capt. Jim 0'Banion, Coach Leer, Rusty Bolton, Al Lanfranco, Bill Hanvey and Ron Besoyan. R alt w 1 4 av I 9 n, 1. g Li Q 8 B .WT r .vlfn 4 wi., ',,4',5,.f" 4-f I fu- v W: ' 1 r ' af Q11-i?i?2fgm?mpff:f , was-1 f -nw A ' 177 vf1'1.,J. I .' L:'f,lv,5443.,,g-3a Y-,.,1:1..-1, H 'eff-, I ll ,137 I-.15 Iv., I, , f Sv, 7. - 'ps f- 1-'1'-wtf 1 . ..,,l.,,.,1,,, . I f- ., 'V .5 1- F N ,4' ,: 1, M .. X. 'r 'f 1' X , 1 X ., ,Q I wx ,n,,!,, yr lil . XML. V if "IW I .,-5: ,,.,gX,,-f. , qhif Jffil 1' 'Veiu F' fa WIC V. 41: ,.,,,,g,e,XC,f., SUE HELMS Kappa Kappa Gamma 'ik-lf ai! M n- Attendants TT , ,.,.. 7 . 1 .f 1 f xi ,W ww il ,4 .As + Delta Gamma Sororlfy 95 Sweetheart 5 of Sigma Chi JEANETTE WINTERS X f a in w-"W" Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi 96 White Rose Girl of Sigma Nu Dream Girl of Theta Chi Crescent Gif of Lambda Chi Alpha aff' fe f ill' p fl " , 1 A Q V if: 1 ,. ,Q , Snow ueen of Kappa Sigma 'in-1-L X I' 5 1 I .ap I3 .R Mofmligm Girl of Phi Sigma Kappa Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon IS' ' A gn li, C' m'1!'Pif11l ' - ,1 j,v-1, I 9w+g"cJ'-f-- 'M q,-p "'I- r .',-. . V liyxyu -' , -. qu. 54,-f?,,.,f-3 qv 1-,L-!.'-75.-1. ,,2' my ' , f ,tt y H121 V ' ...lu J J r . 5 . 1 .'-, nu 1 - N .' ,-, .yen- 4:"f3r.fgY'!y V .Y .Uv 3" ., MLM.. 1 'VU ' rx V-13 , .Wfq::?6C1M1. L., . ,. 7155 I' .L ' if-1.1 I H o Enrollment for the fall and spring semesters sur- passed the 1955-56 sign-ups by more than 10 per cent. Students iammed the library to sign up for individual classes. gX l Waiting was a favorite pastime for students W , .Ati as they found out when and from whom to lm ' take required classes. "Mil ll V . Students check on directed teaching assignments with Dr. Stephen Ballon, coordinator of secondary ' 1 education. Q , , l 'l U Q ' ' J C 1 t1iHlL1OI1 tl Z Registration for the fall and spring terms was on the new campus during 1956-57. The lines were shorter and moved much faster as the registrar's office introduced time-saving methods. . Q f W r -ll-4 5 f, : : II E EE! :ass pf 11111 f 5 I-5 :: .Ei 5.5! 5 .. f ...M -me 2-1221. 3 I ss e Q l Jf" l"f'f"'Ef!S w re hman Camp Thar's no rest for the fairer sex at Frosh Camp. Three gals wash as the fellas wait to dry. Sophomore Class President Dennis Stubblefield calls for help as "assistants" laugh from drier ground. The "work" committee takes a rest during Frosh Camp, tabbed as the best in years. Brawl "My nylons," laughs the valiant sophomore. "What will John say?" The gals had a great day at the '56 event. the annual Three-legged race competitors reach andfor fall for finish line in the first brawl on the new campus. The "cocky" sophomores won the annual event. me Reception FSC President and Mrs. Arnold E. Joyal were on hand to greet the hundreds of newcomers to Bulldogdorn, The night is young for these freshmen guys and gals who chat about History l during the short intermission. 1 LJ This is o switch. The fairer sex half af the date pins a "male corsage" on the patient, stronger half. Queen Peggy Bunton and Bruce Pankratz ioin Dr. .loyal in welcoming the perennially "pretty" fresh- men. A goodly number of freshmen were initiated into college life at the October affair. cholar hip 4 Ll L SENIORS Kathryn Adams Ann Arnold Linda Choate Emmet Christensen Georgia Dilley Maxine Gundry Robert Klassen Robert Mandal Kenneth Marum Joseph Mattes Donald Minassian Stanford Mullen Richard Murray Ellen Noble Ruth Osterhouse Irving Priest The upper scholastic crust of Fresno State Arlene Reed Glen Rosander Mary Sourbeer Kayo Sypolt Thomas Thaxter JUNIORS Katherine Adamson Dante Ambrosini Betty Best Glen Blomgren Donald Dewhirst Peter Dezzani Edward Fanucchi Donald Ferrer Marla Fisher Phyllis Gurley Doris Harder Joyce Harris Joanne Hirasuna Richard Jacobsen Dennis Karle Francis Sorensen Shirley Wang Barbara Wroten SOPHOMORES Patricia Beckman Jon Dews Patricia Dillon Evelyn Garabedian Arnold Joyal Jr. Douglas Klotz Gary Long Carolyn Lowell Margaret Meyer More students who have gained an over- all grade point average of 3.5 or better. of Margaret Nelson Wallace Rich Clyde Sampson Paul Savona Catherine Sirabian Karen Thomas Mae Williard FRESHMEN Jean Abe Barbara Azlcrnt Gilbert Bertoldi Barbara Brittain Robert Brown Darrell Condit Dwight Doss John Goss Ernest Gotts William Higgs Janice Kelley Ronald Koehn Katherine Krikava Cynthia Krous Robert Linderman Edna lucas Jerry Markovich Don Nelson Judith Pfister William Ryle Eberhard Schirmacher i Johnnie Shafer Janice Spencer Siegfried Surber John Tinker Nathan Workman l i l l "irq . pv- To vi'-'av-i--1 Qi r"'I Heli ion ife eek .Ar 111 The ninth annual Religion-In-Life Week opened with a reception for eight religious leaders from through- out California. The activity was well attended, best exempliifed in the picture above. Rev. Carroll Moon discusses the progress of the activities with RILW co-chairman Paul Collyer. Mary Ann Hodges was N19 other co-chairman. x l..l 7 -Cf, fo .4,. Students, faculty members and administrators discuss the program at the reception. Dr. Arnold E. Joyal prepares to help himself to some tea at the opening reception in the student union. ,4s.mf..- LCA prevuews '57 models. r,,,f r' n' V .V ll lui V MW 1 Queen Peg casually waves to citizens of the San Joaquin from atop the beautiful Campus Queen float, constructed by FWSAG and the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. - X 'iff' ,n X41 1 v H6611 i will. Surrounded by fire and ice, FSC students danced and cheered their new queen at the annual Queen's Ball December 7. As the ice drops fell, Sue Helms received the tradi- tional crown from last year's royalty, Peggy Bunton. President Joyal was caught off guard as he greeted early arrivals. His sur- prise lasted iust a minute. ,. . x LLIE Colorful rally ceremonies gave both the COP and Fresno State teams c reul send-off before the hard-fought contest at Rotcliffe Stadium. COP's star holfback Dick Buss was burned ut the stake in the pre-game rally. ln the game, the FSC squad gave the star o real hard way to go all night. Card tricks at half-time often turned out to be puzzles, but they added to the over-all color of half-time ceremonies. I ,Af . x 5 Z' x A 4 Q A ,AB mln LI 3 FN x A- Y' The "saddles" live it up at the annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon Barn Dance after living it down during finals. Below, dreamy eyed football en- thusiasts give a musical ending to the evening at the regular after-game dance. HIICG .JS- .'-F' ' I Al 31 As usual, the Cotton Ball launched the use of spring attire. 1 , . V 1. ll if , .X ui, . "4 I '44 1' fl . . I , 1 'u i", 4' 1 I r V1 . .JI X323 iv i ,vi , 'N " it ,i fi - 6 i is , t Z" "vi 4- " 1 :X - 1' .Q ,ij .3 5, , L ' UH' it 'yi' - lm. ., , , ri ' F J- .J 1 .gn :rl It iust isn't fair to catch dancers off guard, even at the annual Hal Beatty Benefit Dance. Q45 r' 13' l' Q 2 T15 ' elf: Alilll 'ig if - 109 X , O l 4 l ILIT RY B LL 5 -is T T e s- W 'Til HJ.: Lui' ,.,, 3551! " we'-3 - .-PMS swf! if Table talk while sitting out the dances added to the festivities of the Ball held Lovely Miss Shirley Caire was named el'-"'lY in March 07 'he Ffesno Hale'- Arnold Air Society's sweetheart and reigned over the annual Military Ball. i l Swirling skirts of many colors a d h n I e blue of the Air Force ROTC uniforms added to the grandeur of dancing at the ball. "l'd like for you to meet. . ." Full formal procedure was the order of the evening for one of the big formal events of the year at FSC, The event w as spon- sored by the Arnold Air Society. Some of the workers at the 1955 Carnival pose with the buyers at the main entrance on the old campus All drunks were soft." Interested onlookers wish a gal luck as she flips ping pong ball to the wmner's bowl at the Blue ue Carnlval l Young Bulldogs"'take aim at the old apple hoping to win some prizes, while one of the clerks closes her Legal gambling gonfmues Io be one of 'Wes l'oP""9 lo' an uU"de'exPo5""'e"' the mam activities at the annual fun and mv 'xg . , ' ' ' i T ' r 0 ' l?:l i14,.'l"lM5,Q14Li', il e .,.,- ,.,...4.v Q I fin? V .5 g....ul,..,Fj, Q, lj, 3. ' ,-. "'-L -' r- - --, . fi' ..: -fy-5 + ' Y 'U u A ,D , ,1. - -, . ff f., Z 4 We I reek in Representatives of Delta Zeta Sorority and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity accept trophies for winning the annual Greek Sing. F. e e 1. . ssiah The a cappella choir stands for one number in the group's annual presentation of Handel's oratorio, The Messiah. One group entertains the near capacity audience at the Greek Sing. V w blk -4 DJ A large Sunday afternoon audience listens to one of the soloists. POLIO en Snyder, a graduate English malor, ts an information sheet on the polio noculations' campaign from Carolyn A. aw, receptionist at the FSC medical fice. The shots were given Aprll 24 to rsons between 20 and 40. DRIVE Dr. Edwin G. Graveline, college physician, greets Snyder with a needle as nurses Anna L. Fish and Willie Champion, and several others look on approvingly. Snyder carefully checks the record of his shots before leaving. Hundreds of FSC students and employees took free shots, administered by the medical office. advantage of the The weaker sex shows its bravery under fire as Mary Rose, a soph education maior, relaxes while awaiting the needle. A X H4 now Carnival ,WM , Y ww .fn K 'i'ii'iiiriiiiitii'iii ' if-l' i if -.fig-V A pretty miss with a "Royal" smile is 'Xxx Miss Chappell, a iunior accounting maior, and the 'I957 Kappa Sigma Snow Queen. V13 , 1- 'W ill i- fi' -y,-V i -fail ij if. . y' 4,1 , rugs 1,1 iiiil Resting after o day of "hard work" is this lpanaish group of ski-enthusiasts. Third from the right is Jo Hansen, the KS's 1956 Snow Queen. dxf., ., . 1 ,W il W WW " .AW , rrrr V '--s.1'f,." A ' ' P u- 2 Some of the winners at the 16th annual event ' were congratulated by the traditional handshake, while the more fortunate ones were "greeted" by her maiesty. -r '1 if 4 Y ' Dede Haycraft, a iunior crim maior from 1 ' bottom of the hill intact. Dinuba, turns her skis in to insure reaching the 1 X One of the outstanding skiers at the Kappa Sigma Winter X Carnival makes a perfect turn. The 1957 affair once again "l offered some wholesome relaxation after finals for hundreds of FSC and other California college students. Y ,s ,1ws 33Ai 1 QTFSA STATE Wi' X ' -'Vu . aff I ' Q ., U .I . - ff - , A mg FRESNQ - .Wu-B E Q FRESNO ' ' if I v.wz.'s1-A111 comnzcs ' Firm Hum mmm fum IQ FREgb?6' , COLLEGE Ffilrirjvlne Rjmnsidmflnflf FRESNQ ' 515 5175? Sou-EGF Stacks of full boxes display the first fruit Io be packed . X """s , Ti K Even the gi the calf for rls are active in the FSC ag department. Two coeds are grooming the showing at Great Western Livestock Exposition. W , YQ? . 'II .- V' r r 1. Y 'A - ,I M 1 , .ri -"1" "W-5. 2 4 I , . .El .s ""'- 4:52 has-Q2'A'S is ,-:, The victors with their "spoiIs." The dairy cattle iudging team displays the trophies won at the Pacific Intemational livestock Exposition. ,KX , ,,,, Ax, Ufgm, MMV ww' WX' 'W' , 'V JW W-, . '11, .' -. .X I -, ! . www-wx WiFi IW "" MW wx" rw M Mi 1 17 l' D ys V ,,.-Q Graduates line up to receive their diplomas. ., 'Q . V. . WDW' 1- -4. H4554 '-Z: - v :Z A,,.:. V - ..., Ou.,- inf 4 Student speakers, Kay Keim and Art Margosian, compare notes before facing the public. Dignitaries take the spotlight during graduation ceremonies at Ratcliffe Stadium. n- The staff maintaining the service line in new cafeteria breathes easily following an afternoon rush. The "Big Five" who keep the Association office activities under control take time out for a "happy" session. The femininity is composed of Keitha Robertson, Patricia Monroe and Willa Mae McCrummen, while general manager Art Saftstrom and comptroller Earl Bassett peer out from the desk in the rear. 'x Thousands of students again waited in line for books in the old campus bookstore. Vernice Holmes, bookstore manager, and crew moved to their new campus home following the spring semester rush. .aa Coffee Dime in fhelunforgeifable Green Bean ! s D ys . Y :f.fY,n5f :f' f - if ll' U-I U-' b 9 f LU- . i H+ in w .Qi v I : 0 !x, K i Dinner is served H gn , 4 . ,L Ei! . fy ". 'ii fig-1' ' ' '1' ' lv ' Now arriving at the Shaw Avenue Campus This is before -f-fwfaeniw , A Bob Reed and Merlyn Burriss, speech instructor, say full steam ahead on the Fresno State College movie. ,.4-- FSC students can lie down for a period while donating blood during the 1956 Blood Drive. a"5' , ll ll The upstairs reading room of the new FSC library is the scene of much labor. fi Q xl nm W v jierifiiii -Qi E 3 .Nh-,,l ep irl il! 4 r -r V Left to right: Pat Harr, Mary Hyer 3 0 I Q l I ' I il Left to right: Nancy Anada, Joy Driscoll, Bonila Clair, Carol Argnot, Joyce J Bynum, Pat Markle, Dixie Lou Herbert, Janice Dilley. I! W1-'4'lPC'? 1RJKZTi7 llNlMHMHfJ.6vLA.EgJd1EQ:du.lh..1l1, .1 'if' 'Wc- ..?.lr:.,,1fi..,.4,-.xgcghfl-Z'gL.v L:Qm .qw .4 ' ,..-' Q. ,,g.-Hglavfgyw,-v nr-1 '- - .J I v V, .,1...,. lr, 9.34.1-t:,',7-W1 7 ivy' - , ,K . ,,z+ V -r '3 , 51-:.j:!s agp. , ,,.,. fy '.L.,,'..1w figs, -Can, 1.54 1:44, L-LnPL.y5!!11hf,L-la.1,-K.-49:51 L 'una-L 5 Jn.. U' 'N c vi c Marlila Semper, Jeannie Rasmussen, Sheryl Haskell, Jeanette Malzek. l I E B E B ll I ll I Q H, dx Lefl lo right: Buzz Homsey, Leo Wilson . Ted Barnett, Roger Saville. 1 , i ntball . J kt? i. no gi U ik ,fab 'ayfllalld r r ,f Ts Tl C 5:5 W 1 ri . , H, , . 1 . , , if X- .v5',"iW , , .ml'lfF'F"'5 ' 'l : 1 1 :fe ,W-iv 4 , diff ' L vii' ' .. . 1 ..,, . . R ez, arm an N l 'V ...nv 1 Ji , Q lf' 3' Km fl l l Al ' . i -f sf". i , .iff .P .. fb .V 'iffllmflv , Q' :O x -+ , - 6 A . , 1 . 'fu J' l' l ..- P1 ' ' if n + -'N v 1 .,,J .-' li 'iw V' :vii V, Vhjfff gf wg i r A 1 .. slr gl IL Q Q 5 .. ' 5 1 'Y 1 26 27 2 14 28 39 '12 gl af . l in l ' ' MA xglilr W ', I ll V' alll , .l'l , .nfl ' 1.1. ' A lm.-e--v'11+"- i "-- .b ' . . wi- 1 ' ei" -iw. h .fix vu ,QI i W 4 6 Li NI fn! . '- ' - J' " . M' . . A ' l -. lf. ,wgffz l1fi?"iffef1l"" "' 71x ' ' V - .- I 9 " ,, Ii " , 3' full l 1 LA l , Vaghiufqll wil, l i3,.W?"fF. 650 ' ' 'ww .. L - -W N31 . . N ,I-'-1 ll' 'AJ 'iwfl' ll' 1 ,. Q., we , " 'qv . , ' -1 ', ' 4. 3. I f 'lf' if ' '1 IL' .. . ,- n -LIB fir, , f ' .4 l i . if e V+: " 'l .Lf X ll "ll 'r .1 it I , ., V5 l . .Rf Lf 'F ' f'-5 le i Q ggi if in N i ll dl -1. , , l l' l iles Brigham Young . . Willamette ....... San Diego Marines College of Pacific . . San Francisco State Hawaii .......... Idaho . .,,. . ,. . Cal Poly . mill. . . San Diegoigfdle . . . San Jgsel:Sta1e . . Coache Backfield Coach Kenny Glea- son: graduated FSC in '38p posted 9-11-3 record as Head Coach in 1947-487 has coached FSC backs since 1950. Head Coach Clark Van Galder lwith Coach Burgess, Ieftl: graduated LaCrosse State Teachers lWis.l in '32p has a 37-won, 12-lost, 2-tied mark in five years at FSC. Line Coach Bob Burgessp grad- uaied FSC in '42p has been coaching FSC Iinemen since 1948. jr Team Manager Tex Smifhson 7 m 9 ,U S "' 1 "' ' 4 .1-ag. Lt!! lg , A a CQ' Y 4 9 1 E 1 M. w "I ,.. ,a . EP ' if? lr ,ii Q 513' P '1 3 fs. lf ' in 2i '1Q1z' F we '41' V J l, .4 x B 3 'IU'- 6 -N S r !: J 1 m -, ,fi , J , V I g . fn 9 fm " R iff ' v I . SYS PM - A 7 32 cj ,Nl 32 wg f L, I 1-,. P' Ars me 1- -U 'fri 1 Elbert Bullock 1upper left1, senior halfback from Fresno. Hugh Alfaro 1841, iunior end trom Visalia. Bob Padilla 1771, junior tackle from Anaheim. Duane Eason 1601, sophomore guard from Hawthorne. Don Akin 1331, iunior fullback from Visalia. Frank Castro 1241, iunior lwlfback from Pacific Grove. x,'7" llfl ' 34 hw 'T -f Don Pierson 1upper right1, iunior end from Porterville. Bill Papendorf 1511, senior center from Fresno. Craig Anderson 1741, iunior tackle from Phoeniz, Ariz. George Palmer 1731, iunior tackle from Marion, Iowa. Bill Murphy 1821, senior end from Tulare, UP Little All-Coast honorable mention. Jim Houck 1111, sophomore quarterback from Oxnard. L. C. Taylor 1231, iunior holfbnck from Earlimartg All-Conference first team. It 1 u ri ki '- W , f n-5 .JW in Arnold Verhoeven 1891, freshman tackle from Long Beach. John Flyg l87l, sophomore tackle from Delano. Glenn Rigger! 1681, freshman guard from Tillamook, Ore. Ron Buenafe l40l, sophomore halfback from Lindsay. Bill Wayle l31l, fresh- man fullback from Fresno. 1 N . Tom Hackett 1551, iunior center from Glendora. Nick Agundez 1631, iunior guard from Huron. Jim Greenamyre 1711, senior tackle from Fresno. Pat Brown 1671, sophomore guard from Fowler. Mike Pratt 1141, freshman quarterback from Fresno. Columbus Craig 1211, sophomore halfback from Fresno. , N g- li ' A. I 'U 4 3,5 ,N bv "Wi, , ' ru. o QI O0 v' " W ' J F q, 1 I , 145369: .wr M-ft" 1 , L' I i Y Z -,I f. vwl '59 Vg V...-ff! r! ,I s,T1S'i.'f" . . ,,. "I .fhgv I ,,.n,,, 'Q ' ' 7o'."f'!,Q"" V ' I 1955. " 4 . -1 ,a' ulwsvpahgf Ak V, K -- In 'A X' N.,,fVi A ,, 1- ' AE-4 ,..,,.wz , ,Lj3,,gHQb5" 4- ' ,l--If-af" ..al"""L ' H ' 1 'x' ' 046- ft'-if ,XQMI4 ' .. . 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J 5.4 l fl , V v I . 41.51. vu . .J V 15.9 -ffm 41 'Mi "Vw W .J .ri 'H"fg:f -f-2't'5 A6s5fi".-533: 2 wi- Rsifjik'-,D MJ. -.QQ ,WL vig- 5 R ,, U.. . '..fV1,f',,"' su I 115- :Q X .gh 6 N. -,,,7M,r " '.. 'Lug ,, 'yn --1 5 x high' "T:3s..fulr,:?Ss97x lfx :Tw vt r f wg K' ., 5' 61 0 'P' .5 'M is 949 Qu- 'i 4- lkhwu- T A 4 .. Q, :Mb in 'wa I Q-, F .fr V . -in T A, lin - -' BULLDOGS 30, SAN JOSE STATE 14 A sunny Thanksgiving Day in San Jose was the setting as the Bulldogs capped off their season with a flourish by whipping the arch rival Spartans for the second year running. Putting the game out of San Jose's reach by rolling to a 23 to 0 halftime lead, FSC's momentum was slowed in the second half by numerous penalties. Scoring touchdowns for FSC were L. C. Taylor, Don Pierson, Jim Kuhn and Dean Philpott, while Darryl Rogers booted a 19-yard field goal. Above, Elbert Bullock hurdles a Spartan for five yards as Pierson l88l'and Nick Agundez close in to block. It 51 4S"l16qg 14 ,f ,f L lug' 'lb :HMS .3 , 5.951 ' 9' .N,' Q, f me 1? e ,. . 1, .v . .1 . l4A Graduatin enior Left to right, Front row: Bill Harvey, Bill Murphy, .lim Greenamyre, Ed Stevens: back row: Elbert Bullock, Alun Kirchhof, Bill Papendorf, John Steinborn. Not pictured: Bob Garner. x :V I., ,Iwi '-X -.- 'Wt ' fit H Q? 5,2 unior Var it Left to right, front row: Bob Jones, fullback, Bill Coles, halfbackg Don Bolin, halfback. Second row: Ron Bynum, halfbocky Bill Maloy, quarterback, George Obata, hulfbackp third row: Harold Avakian, halfbackg Marvin Rose, guard, Gary Sexton, center. Fourth row: George Dunham, center, Don Birney, guard. 7 West Contra Costa .... 18 0 Menlo JC ......... . . 34 7 Coalinga JC . . .. 26 7 COP Frosh . . .. 38 ,. I7 S-47 17 A 4 Coach Rod Galloway FSC Class of '56. H .f,, "" ,i 1,:. ketb all . n ' , -. un. , W , 15, l , K JM 1- K "-zgmif -' l . 1 "elif A, A 1 l ,-fy' f - . -' ff . 'Saga . , P f - f 1 ll ' for 1' . ' 'N i' ' ' 5 ,, . i Q' ' ,. 6 1 ' -' a . 1 wllfqf l . 4. Y 'gr ., -I AI V A - A A , W . zfwiijltt 1-' 23 ll .'i'3uV . Lwnhref, ,l :i!3w"aU ,, j fic-rf -- ' -- i t . :ff-Jlll' 1 flfehgm -. .nlfl .1 "my R f . 135' 5 "' 57 101 Pepperdine . .. Aggies Beach State San Francisco San Jose State . . Santa Clara . . . San Jose State Los Angeles College of Los Angeles 83 San Diego 71 ,San Diego State 56 San Francisco ....... 51 Santa Clara . . . . . .72 85 St. Mary's .... . . .89 91 Pepperdine . . . . . .81 92 Loyola ............. 90 105 College of Pacific ..... 73 1968 1 859 Coaches Freshman Coach Birger John- song graduated North Dakota State in '4'l. Varsity Coach Bill Vanden- burghp graduated Univ. of Washington in '45p in third year as FSC coach, he guided his squad to a 16-10 record and fourth place in the Califor- nia Basketball Association. Junior Varsity Player-Coach AI Schmid. al' ut. Qt.. 1 Manager Darryl Rogers -n...,.,,,.-M Left to right: Guard Don Leone from Marysville, Ill., forward-guard Rolland Todd from Visalia, honorable mention All-CBA, center Gary Alcorn from Fresno, honorable mention UP All America, third string UP All Coast, first string All-CBA, forward Len Brown from Bakersfield, guard Dick Diebert from Fresno, honorable mention All CBA. I lf7.' J Left to right: Guard Dick Hendricks from Pittsburg, Calif.p forward-center Bob Johnson from Madera: forward Jack Lewis from Dinubag forward-guard Don Davis from Fresnop guard Tom Batson from Long Beach. 14 Left to right: guard Bob Buckenberger from Eurekap forward Bob Phipps from Portervilep center Bob Wheeler from Hughsonp forward Kent Stark from Fowler: guard Les Borges from Visalia. ..J 7 r C Qnferenize' fi x .9107-4 'gsm 1 14 ...An , ,ff 6 ,nh-. ,,,, ls 5' :fm L fp i 1 . Uh-if LW S, QD N 5 Wt 4 ,,. L ,X l .-'N 'x.". 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Frosh Record 79 COS JV's ...... 60 Edison HS ..... 61 Coalinga JC .... 60 Cal Poly Frosh . . 79 Cal Poly Frosh . . 43 Roosevelt HS . . . 82 Madera HS .... 64 Kerman HS .... 55 Fresno HS ...,. 101 Madera HS . . . 53 Edison HS ..... 61 Fresno HS ..... 28 Porterville HS .. 73 Don Palos HS . . 59 Roosevelt HS .. 56 COS JV's ..... Junior Varsity Front row, left to right: Buzz Homsey, Don Gray, Dean Philpott, Al Schmid. Back row: Tom Batson, Kent Stark, Graham Grande, Ken Karle, Bob Wheeler. Front row, left to right: Harvey Casey, Al McCarty, Tony Mones, Mike Mathiesen. Back row: Coach Birger John- son, Bob l.inderma'n, Ronald Means, Barney Wade, Ken Dose, Jim Kuhn. , Freshman Basketball ,V ,111 -,-. ., H , , L , . W, f, K . m yi... Ma A ,V ' ' K'l":'-if , AA 'Afs'vP-Cf' -QV? ' A A- ,A 'Wi "4 ' ' H -, N9 .Y v ,, . , ,Q-lg? 4" J' 1 MY ' I r A ,A. 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A If v X It V151 -- V+ ' - 1:,'fi ' HW ' ZA, 'fi ' , , A ' ", , 5 ww, ,Vi ' 'lllfzfl-,,VjQgAiQg: A AA ,l v k g" Eu, I 11 Lk: :Q K. zyl wzfivviilt in 3211 7. Varsity Couch Pete Beidenp graduated Redlands in '32p has 266 wins and 102 losses in 10 years ot FSC and his teams have won five CCAA titles. Junior Varslty Couch Kenny Gleason graduated FSC in '38g has consistently produced win- nmg teams os JV coach. ' - .1 rj 1 sun -e.,,-Lv-v-',',-ypsfqgr .-ff ' A .- r.wy,' A ' +1 ,,. 1 l. ,. - " - -A" Viv rf ,, uf 'm,,,-.4n.'. , '- - - . .frryj-iw 1. 'W xifs 'b IC' www ' ,Q : I. - i . . I . t'.'0,. 'U ,Us x Lag-ki "Al ..., V ' "".1 5' -. : 4' 7 hge' ' '11 9.f's'E'?h.J1 ,ij .1 Q .mf A 1 M Q ., , c V f - 3.911 , ' f 1 " " SY-Q ,pi .t W .,.qz.,1 rx wi. wut, M. .V . - I-L ,. K+ r L , ,, ,n :N H Q W . ,WA ,lf A T 1 - Fav., INV! 4 M . 4 W V. .g,, .,.., . ..unQ,?'g -19: -r,rwZ'y- '?',f "f -. '. j . 4,4 Arr, . X in " A J A " ' -5 A' J' 'W' ' mfr fwgg' ',.- .Q-fQ.91"-Rza' V ' 2 FS 'f - ' -0 5. - sw- . 1 1, ' , "" . , ' ,. ..-, Q' ,... f. ,fi .' ffl,if--f.Lf'1.-gg""5Qanigl1L-f -:na --Q1,Q','3g1' PITCHERS-Left to right: Bob Doig, three-year lehermany Roger Gray, from Modesto JCp Jerry Seedoo, from Junior Varsifyp Gary Modrell, from Santa Rosa JCp George Vanderlaan, two-year Ieftermang Frank Warren, one-year lettermang George Millhorn, three-year leifermang John Troxel, from Fresno JC. 162 XX . 4.- M sa 'u ' ' -M :. '.'f'A.W?' 'M .- J' s -QM: , A K - 1 " . - -3 ,,Y. , .. -A . "' 'JI Inf ' ', X vlf3fH"fL 131' " eg fir' . 2 ., r A www' " .N ' V - 'y.,12.v-Y hi' , ' -S1'fV'fi :VQWQQ INFIELDERS-Left to right, back row: Tom Higa, two-year Ietterman, Bob Tebelskis, from River- side JC, Dorman Martin, from Fresno JC, Roy Zivanich, two-year Ietterman,1Gene Larrieu, from Junior Varsity, Jim Marsini, from Modesto, Lee Murphy, from Mt. Whitney HS. Bottom row: Pete Silva, from Fresno JC, Jerry White, from Junior Varsity, Larry Garcia, from Fresno JC, Jim Lester, one-year letterman. ,,',,,, r I . - 1 - --wg, mourly- gi "f A--qi--4, - ' . . - M . A A . .' -4' , . .- v, , ,, .--Vx", - f,' V. V- D qv V I, -.... gf- N ..J.Nsf-fist 1- ' ' 1 ' '. 11 , . ' .. x ii. 1 ,Q i if 4 U 5 - NJA 1 M f"Q,.',,.-,yn X 5'W5""UL-1 'f 591 , 1.-,,':',. gxfem- A ' r' -v -Ci, -.. A-' 11, 'Bmw' "' 55" 1a4nJi'- - " , 4 - .,.n .-Xxx L. . 1 -sy 'N ,AL . - Y- ,-- .Vg -i?e'Jn-f- wr- "Aer-. ' "' J ' , .D , MS. fslif Shari S . w.44x. 5 - . t A .ww 'till " l 5, , V "-4','. j 'gi fl'sQ.-, -I L 4 1 T, . 1-V " J wM!',4 w--f" 2'?.uJ:f'-.45 ll , ' ,. x r " W- D ' "1 'i 5-ff., -4 -ii 448- qw- 1 ff' ff-1 f' w -' B- .-tit--+ "-:A . 'g"V'LPq W ,- -.n A ,' V . N ' A ,1- ,,. -xp." V I--,1g!,,,,, OUTFIELDERS-Back row, left to right: Joe Pedrazzini, one-year Iettermanp Pat Castro, from Val- leio JC, Harry Mayo, from Glendale JC, Bill Findley, two-year lettermanp Don Lohr, from Bakers- ' field JC, John Browning, from Las Vega HS, Frank Encinas, from Junior Varsity. CATCHERS - Left to right: Dick Kelton, from Fresno JC: Tony Levaggi, two-year lettermonp Skippy Winn, one- year lettermang Mark Cameron, from Valleio JC. 5 1.4-a,u1,.: nf Front row left to right Jim Moraccim Tom Thompson Steve OIIVETIUS Charles Daily, Columbus Craig, Mike Mothiesen, Jun Miyono. Bock row: Phil Garfoot Tom Emery Leon Thompson Gene Nolbondion Bob Tebelslus Paul Millhorn Coach Kenny Gleason. The Junior Varsity horsehiders, under the tutelage of Kenny Gleason, had a record of two wins and two losses as the Campus went to press. 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Flint Hannerp graduated Stanford in '21p first coached FSC track in 19267 has tutored teams to I7 conference championships and coached six world record holders. Assistant C o a c h Cornelius "Dutch" Warmerdamp gradu- ated FSC in 19375 is world record-holder i'n pole vault eventp has been assistant men- tor since 1947. Director of Athletics Harold Beatty - Q-AAT-:-.+ .Y . ' W' 1 var" ' H ' K .. x -.pi 1 'ii-ml ' ' D i' 'iii-,:,,f . li ,,:. -,qu ., l 7 1, 452 ' 'YF J' ' 'lp' l 1 JG .gui 3,1-,' " ' IXX---. I ' i 14 'f ls 4, ' 'mls '31Ys"i SPRINTERS, HURDLERS-Left to right: Ray Hackett, hurdles, from Edison HS, Dick Diebert, sprints and hurdles, one-year lettermantrom Fresno, Adrian Acosta, hurdles, from Caruthersp Art Avedesian, hurdles, Mike Agostini, sprints, one-year Ietterman from Trinidad, 1956 Track All American, holder of world 220 yard dash record for part of '56 season, during which he also un- officially equalled 100 yard standard, fourth place finisher in 1956 Olympic 200 meter sprint, upper right: Ancel Robinson, hurdles and sprints, two-year letterman from Selma, top man in low hurdles event on Coast in '56 and third in U.S. M fe ui TP' g. f' ' 1 . v ' ' , . uk! 1, -rf- Ki ur? rl" llbw' gl- ' . '1 5 f' nu gl c r . . , 1 A l""'r HN li X . SQ MIDDLE DISTANCE, DISTANCE-Front row, left to right: Don Forth, 440, one-year letterman from Wasco, .lim Hubbard, 440, from San Bruno, Tony DeBenedetto, 440, one-year lettermon from Fresno, back row: Allison Jordan, 880 and mile, two-year letterman from Fresno, George Ortiz, two mile, from Perris, Jock Wilcox, 880, mile and two mile, from Fresno, John Foreman, mile and two mile, from Fresno JC. e'--H e- .,,v ezrf.-416:-qusgu1.w .u:.L -L - .-L:um.g-.L.:: :L4Q: :.n,. in--1-1-7'-H .11-1h ---X A a ,..:n.. ,':.,.L:,u ,- ..,1.- '-- , L ,,-.H-...- . -, 6 I ' ' A -- Q. '. A , Af' fxf'..-"-I-'ace 170 POLE VAULTERS, HIGH JUMPERS-Left fo right: Bob Bakman, high iump, one-year Iefferman from Fresnop Art Pedersen, pole vault, one-year leffermun from Modesto: Bob Brodt, pole vuulf, one-year Iettermun from Santa Rosap Carl Mersola, two-year Ietterman from Burbank. ll Nil!! A 9' WEIGHT MEN-Front row, lefl' to right: Tom Sono, shot and discus, from Fresno JC, Ron Mefzler, shot, one-year letterman from Sanger, Ed Shopansky, shot, from Orosi HS, Roland Mallory, shot, from Antelope Valley JC, back row: Bob Spielman, iavelin, Marvin Anderson, discus, one-year letterman who holds FSC school record, Lee Lowry, discus and iavelin, two-year lefterman from Winnemucca, Minn. ---4: R911 A N vw H ,.......P 3 il, f 'v .PQ . T7 ,V , .w ,J l' .X it f t 1 r Left to right: Bob Wright, Doug Rudholm, Bill Burrows The FSC tennis team got a new coach in 1957 in the per- son of James A. Fikes, who replaced Bill Vandenburgh at the beginning of the season. Included on the tough schedule were San Jose State, COP, Cal Poly and Sacra- mento State. Don Souza lleftl and Max Nicholson UQ 1-Ill s-LLUQI Front row, left Iorighf: Fred Mears, John Kidd, Merle Glenn, Sheridan Byerly. Back row: Bill Hauser, Ray Fimbres, Dale Miclevilz, Don Vreeland, Cal Johnson, Dave Heinz, Alex Nordholm, Bob Asfone. .Couch Ara Huirubedian l '!I1:.m'A.. l Wimmin .l. wi. I-.1 'L , 'p If Ernie A H Q., aa: V Q if -r 'f 4,. 1 W Elle' -f L 4 ,1, wk Q. ., 16. rl?w'.'g ' 3:11 ex X 'I 42 E aa . 57, .K-X Q15 far .gg -fi-.:",g,,g5 pa'-, w 5 ff' '. . - ,' .i".'uA-1L g-2 'M Y A 45 'Rf-Lf,-?'A Eiy: Q, ,Q - -, L-bl-J-vu-- ' ,,-f - W ,, 51' - ,QV Q3 .sq 1 - f 1 + -fn ., It 'I '-" e N Q fum , "J N nfj 'f'. "3' " f ' I . f.'1 'J' , Q N , I' I Xl W f iv 4 . ,. Y 4 L' 5 'L - -, . ,l g ia! I' Y. . fr. . W v iv' rpi :,'Yf'-L f fr k bw f-5 -vg. .4 ' i . .3 In -r- Ex: F 'x El , ...Y:p4 9--A-rf .,,, ,J , V v 'Z ' f Fx' ,L N 1 2 ' ti! Af l Nr WT 4 .Ls , i 1 a 5 ,lk J v L, Ni W Q. 1 , . , 1, .HI . ..,,, , , I . J W 1 v W .2-,235-?E?'ffbf'A' f qw-,,:4:3.9w B: -'gn "gf: -.L '1.. f 1. ,1 V 5Y'3vF4i.:"2f- F 1' ' X -ar,.x-.,- PLT.. ., , ,,7 - 1 . Q-'pr 41 P. -,I wiv 1 1 ..,.--,1,.-, V 2. I W ,-., 1,1 ' f 7 ,+3f,3qa4':f LJ- s-- f.v- '-- -- fk. L 'Y , '5.1f'-11-1251 V- "a ' .. wi. A J n V q anhellenlc Councll Panhellenic gathers to discuss sorority mischief The six FSC sororities are governed by Panhellenic Council to which each s e n d s representatives. Setting rush rules and coordinating the groups functioning is the coun- ciI's purpose. Miss Rose- mary Scott and Midge Flynn are sponsors. 'C l h Xi elta pa Near the old campus is the Alpha Xl Delta House at 1709 N. Van Ness. The Alpha Xi Delta sor- ority held its annual Rose Ball again this year in cooperation with the national affili- ation the girls raised funds for the Save The Children Foundation. The local chapter, with Sigma Chi fraternity, initiated a Christmas decorating contest for all Greek houses at FSC. Mrs. Sarah Pollard is the AXD sponsor. Mary Morris Fall President Sandra Smoyer Spring President 4 I S 6 -x Q M. Fiarentinu J. Henkel I. Jachens B. Janes C. Kessler J. Koch i PBd M.C C. Large 5. lullue M. levelacl M. Lowe C. Marsella P. Millar M. Mnrris C. Nevins D. Nevins J. Pantell E. Fapagni 1'-E9 J. Peters C. Sumuellan T. Suvlal J. Smilh S. Smayer G, Spence C. Stanton A. Webb 5 X -X -. X I , iq. l l x I 'us- 7 --au.. dx un R..-f .,,, 1 1, l 'N' In the back row, left to right, are spring pledges Roberta Rehart, Joanne FUil11k, Delores Garreti, and Doralee Otter. ln the front are Ann Edgerly, Alliene Spence, and Pai Cameron. The Alpha Xi Delta girls came to the teddy bears picnic. So did Goldilocks. 18" elta Gamma In December, the Delta Gamma sorority held its Anchor Man dance. The DG's co-sponsored the Hal Beatty benefit dance with Delta Sigma Phi. Helping a TB ward at a Fresno hospital was the alumni proiect. The ac- tive members earned the first prize trophy in 1956 for their home- coming lane float. Mrs. Grace Beatty sponsors Delta Gamma. J.Bey JBIk 5. Bl M. Boy P Bunt C Coat B Coult G, Gil S. Gil At 817 Weldon is the home of the Delta Gamma sorority. 5- G' QR:-?:qg ig .,, .-. ian 7 -1- , X rqrwjl-'tg lx, , "Q ,- f -,fra , .. V A. Guler J. Harris A. Jacobsen K, Jurg P K W K M Jill Taylor Fall President Joyce Harris Spring President inf J. Lyman J, Maru-lx E. Miller P. Morgan M. Nance V. Piacenline A. Piani M. Reinhardt P. Ricketts V. Robinson N, Rutherford gt Nl? C. Scott J. Ssher S, Slockman J, Taylor J. Tranberg E. Wall J. Waterman J. Wright Q7 an " 7'- ' -.,- : . if 'L ' ' ,-iii: T57 N .. 4-34- . w u' ,,C. . 4' - -A .x.- 6-mn , 1 - - iw.. H ' N " 3. .P . 1 ,Si W 34:3 The Delta Gamma spring pledge class poses prettily. In the front, from left to right, are Sandy Shepard, Betty Carbine, and Deanna Ball. ln the rear are Pal Ryan and Jean Rippeloe. N The DG's take it easy native style on cl slow boat to Hawaii. 183 This year the Midnight Fantasy Ball was held by the Delta Zeta sor- ority. Previously the DZ's were known as Delta Sigma Epsilon, but these two nationals merged taking the name DZ. The proiect of the group is a patient suffering from Hansons disease in an eastern Marine hospital. The DZ sponsor is Mrs. Nancy Sciacqua. J C ll J. Cox M. Cozad J D L D B d tt ' i 9 -Y, am" 11 if I M. Dorgnn L. Eklziun C. Erlcksun M. Elchegoinberry J. Farley 5. Griffis P. Grusdat F, Hqffemqn P, Kleider ..A. McMurray HJ, Maria, C. Markuriun P. Murkarian E. Medlnzk S. Mencerelli D. Paochigiun P. Popendorf C. Ross D. Smith C, uljnm J. Vergeer D. Wenner 1 W 1 1 .'l I if li 3 ' ff , D K I 1 3 T ' is v l ' y ' xv. I I K A gg. .- 1 - I ' . l N ' 1 A 2' ',"' ' --J I-, ,4 ,. girl 1 .c hi? l 5 'ig 5 . , :gl , I ' 1 z . ,ij " I .y .ig I l J' , I 41 ' wr ' The Delta Zeta spring pledge class, from left to right, are Marilyn Matthews, Kris Thompsen, Dixie Herbert, Beverly Kleider, and Carol Ng. Yff ' '76- The ship's in, but dig those crazy gobs. appa Alpha beta ority held its annual Stardust Formal in .lan- uary. The KAT's were kept busy with a Father- Daughter banquet, mothers breakfast, scholarship dinner, and Founders Day. The local KAT helps sponsor the national project which is the Institute of Loco- pedics. Mrs. Ellen Hern- don sponsors this group which iourneys to Santa Cruz every summer. The Kappa Alpha Theta house is found at 330 N Fulton G . Hayrru . en sr M H clg 'f w L UA MAKE M Mkt E G. Kanneasver V. Kraus J. Lindly J. Manuel B. Marsh S, Melzler P. Nelson B. Niklaus M, Rgnning L, Rigg M. Rogers "+ D. Ruhla D, Shaw C. Sheldon J. Slagg S. Tarmer fn 0 fe Members of the spring pledge class relaxing on the floor, left lo righl, are Gwen Bell, Janet Cappleman, Carol Ward, and Marilyn Robinson. In Ihe back row are Toni Blair, Nanci Marks, Jeanne DeMaNeis, Diane Beatty, and Eugenie Madden. No one looked alike at the group's "Come as you aren't" party or maybe it was a Mardi Gras. 187 appa appa Gamma Kappa K a p p a Gamma sorority held its tradi- tional White Christmas formal dinner - dance during the holiday sea- son. The group also sponsored a Christmas party for Fresno's handi- capped and underpriv- ileged children with the help of Sigma Nu. The national proiect of KKG is to help French or- phans. Mrs. Bryant Rees sponsors this social group. The big house at 269 N Fulton is where the Kappa Kappa Gammas live A G V G d C. Hadsall J. Hansen H M H y 04:-'im 5. Helms J, Hickman G. Kisnr B. Lumpert P. Litzenberg M. Muddy L. Muulsby P. Peterson J. Rasmussen S. Suwlelle M. Semper -.A 'T R. Souza S. Waochtar L. Worrnn J. Woodrult fl l l Sitting in the front row, members of the spring pledge class are Nancy Carroll, Carol Ward, Judy Hummitt, Lois Prety, Deann Kruse. Standing from left to right ure Janet DeMera, Judy Bunnell, Sue Breckenridge, and Marilyn Nikkel. The girls got out their Scotch, plcids that is, and had u little fling. 189 hi The Phi Mu House with the pink door is found at 437 N. Fulton. Wx Q , , . 5. gl 'ps-, I Sue Simpkins Fall President Lennis Hampton Fall Vice President r -.,,,.., l uf.. ' l.. .1 .f -A , 'P ,lifes H . q G! N I Y lm .P 1 .l 'l f'X - ,,.i In March, the Phi Mu sorority presented its an- nual Carnation Cottil- lion. Besides a pledge dinner, the Phi Mu's had a family dinner in De- cember. At the time toys they gave each other were turned over to the Lions Club Christmas toy drive. PM received the highest sorority scholas- tic rating last spring. Miss Dorothy Kramer is the alumni adviser. Dr. Gertrude Billard was the sponsor. L. Hampton 0. Hansen E. Hartman Q ol! -in A 71xN.?3 4:3 ,AW 5 -A' 6 QE? L? ,., Qt r l V B J Bgg M. Don P. Grilo 5Hll - 5. Hsndricksan J. Howsll M. Hruska 5. Kenneson J. Marshall M. Milchell P. Nu I B O ge . stram C. Parsons J. Scot! S. Simplrins '."" uf D. Spears M. Slallard B. Waighl L. Wells J. Wharton L U'-s as 1 V7 fe' Members of lhe spring pledge class in franl' from left ro right are Rae Rawley, Diane Bleidistel, Nanc M ' d B y erer, an obbie Slifman. On the siairs are Beverly Lawton and Darlene Traffican. HX, ?n..l. pl -,,y '-2512 ,': - x 1' :"a : io, . .-1 ff? +I - f -5 , flI'."' .fins uh' wk' Thi Phi Mu's all dressed up for a ride down lhe Mississippi on a show boal. 191 if 5i'4?l"i!'f4.'r'.'7T?, D ' 2-"PHL" 1 2 ' i 1 N gi: w p1v1::f:..A?3:r1z1':' ly 4':un1g'f5i if iwffffntw ,T -h ijl 1 .f. fy: ' 'J ,K ,.1'.,..,,,. 15':'w if ,sihej .'.,. Q -,.,n-L' L54-'ii Al: 1--'Cr' 1. .. f , 595' nfl' - Q :QW-H! ' ,951 .L ,YL . , lil.-.A , 1 A-L.:'.A,gAg1f4,H 5 125 Q :fb i 5' rlvw ll JL L 1 f 'du A W. Jie., - Y ' I 'Q wi g: P' ii? P10901 9. 11.9 :,.,g gm 0.9, 3212 .331 ,J-ft pff' . , , EW u I r nterfraternit Council Representatives of FSC's ' nine fraterni- ties compose the ln- terfraternity Council, their governing board. It directs the rushing and unifies the brotherhood of these men's social groups. Gordon Wil- son is the sponsor. 'Sv H. Avakian B. Bockenstedt B. Boni D. Burlrs N. DeMem R. DeWing Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Sigma Kappa 559mg Pi Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Chi L. Hansen Sigma Chi K. Stephens Theta Chi W. Wills Lambda Chi Alpha L. Wilson Sigma Chi The High Court of Fraternity Row holds council. J. Horstmonn Kappa Sigma N. Morrison Sigma Nu G. Rice Delta Sigma Phi J. Riley Sigma Alpha Epsilon R. Spina Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'Qt' elta i ma hi gli: U H E1 Zfi -. ll as Xl ' rc :iym 'I' .,, s 14 J The Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity was chosen at the Carnation Ball. DSP, famous for being the fraternity nearest the old campus, also had a Shipwreck Ball and co-sponsored the Hal Beatty benefit dance with Delta Gam- ma. This year the group undertook a Christmas tree selling proiect. Mat- thew sponsors this fra- ternity. B. Barker R Basmalian 0 Buswell R C priula G C ll G Ch e G. Christensen J. Cleo J. Deluca M. Dominquez w R, Gibbs J. Hebert Delta Sig's line up for a final shot. Left to right are Jim Nilan, Brad Hill, Bob Barker, Bob Junell, Paul dePfyffer, Larry Smith, .Ierry Ramsden and Norman Murray. -..J X-7-. - X Mos! eyes were not on the camera ai this Delta Sig open house function. H. Hokhkiss D. Jacobian R. Jones M. Knapp H. Link L. Lockhuri J. Maerxke F. Manning L. Mobley N. Murray R. Narlon L. Olives R. Ollver 'Q -' is Paley H: Payne R. Peiersan D. Prim R. Puhl J. Rarnsden G. Rice C. Ryan J. Simons D. Smilh No place like home , . . 1721 N. Van Ness M. Tudor -4- B. Ruggels S. Silva M. Simpson B. Stewart R. Wilson appa ' ma 2.2 'N M' :yi l T John Horstman Fall President hr' A ' .4 K. W. Arnold Q. Blade N Ufllel 0 .ff :..:.f.. n". Q-g1CD D. Cook M 3 A, : N. DeMera A X A I A 5 K D L. Dixon B. Gilbreth The traditional Snow Car- nival with a Snow Ball dance was the Kappa Sigma Q- fraternity's big event again this year. They selected a ,,,G,,,,,,,,, X 'Snow Carnival Queen at the R' GW' ' Ball. During spring, KS held N a formal dinner-dance. With the help of Kappa Alpha Theta they initiated a new benefit. Dale Sharrah, John JA HT"'1""' Downing, and Ed Ackley ' sponsor this group. D. Judy T. Kinard Spring pledges are Ray Fimbres, Dick Cain, Don Bennett, Zane Dory, Rich- ard Berberian, Ron Thiel, Eric Lonborg and Frank, Hulbert. Smiles paint the memories of the past Kappa Sigma Snow Carnival al a fraternity open house. M. Lamkin E. lane P. Maas A. Narbailz J. Narbuiu B. Nielson R. Nole L. Pearson C. Pollard P. Rasmussen W I -. 4 N . ,,, . 4 is A home away from home . . . 375 N. Fulton x 1" .SJ Y 'Y X T. Rica L. Sarto 5. Sellers 197 ambda Chi lpha 'k :ra- Harold Avakian Fall President Bob Easter Spring President This year Lambda Chi Alpha moved to a new house and won first place for Christmas lawn decorations in the holi- day contest. In February was the gay French Apache party followed by the April Cross and Crescent Ball with the Cross and Crescent Girl selection. May saw the second annual LCA sponsored push cart re- lays. Dr. Pat Walker sponsors the group. fav N- ll lg H. Arakellan H. Avakian M. Dehnedetto M. Duvitt B. De Vries D B. Easter F. Eastman J. Finkbiner R. Foote R. Funk A. Gerard B. Goshgurlan Spring Pledges ore, standing, Lewis Dann, Phil Seibert and D i c k Nash. Kneeling, Bob Emer- zian, Alvin Smith and Phil McNamee. w lx QE E . W l E Everything was peaches and cream and CHEESE at one of Lambda Chi's well cllended open house meetings. K, Hollzanrudur T. Harlan ll. HIII D, Hlnu T. Jeflus A. Jnyal H. Muzgedlan C. Morsolu R. Miller J. Scnmhray 'I 'J' 5- Pas' A. Faroglan R. Pllls D. Ravalin D. Robertson R. Saville R. Slevllng f-Ltfxbdi A W Swords we ,AL ix W Wlebe Home is on a corner at 1605 N. Van Ness S. Sell J. Sutherland W, Wills D. Worlhley hi ' Bob Bockenstedl Spring President 3 ,IF-. :4 ci: Hugh Handley Spring Vice-President ma appa The fraternity celebrated its tenth anniversary at FSC with an alumni gathering featuring the national president. PSK selected the moonlight girl at the Moonlight Girl Dance and held two Fresno Apache dances. The group chartered a bus to the FSC-San Jose football game. A perpet- ual trophy in memory of Lt. Corky Snider was in- itiated this year for an outstanding sophomore ROTC man. These Greeks are sponsored by Ted Selles. n. N-N 'WL - . r . " 3- .L -:Y . Q L.. n..-'rlLT- 4 '..' -. J. Ady R. Anderson F. Borgander S. Burton R. Byn m C. Cardoza J, Gardner L. Loudorbock K. Mlnusian D. Murphy M. Nunez Spring pledges sitting, Robert Jones, Eddie Made- well, Louis Flores. Stand- ing, Delton Shirley, Ken Marshall and Stan Walker- Missing is Robert Taylor. --Y" ,,-,us-ff' A .., .,,,..1v-" I, ,- ...Q Members and guesfs prepare Oo see Whuf's in the Book at the Phi Sig's open house. G. Ogden G. Ortix S. Osirom K. Peters R. Rosner L. Rankin R. Sleuur! Af home ui 635 N. Fulton Theta Chi el. .1 4 Don Pretzer Fall President G. Briscoe R. Callahan R. I f e ggfx ii 22313: P 5 32 Q? 1, 5 2 4 X d L. Carlson Z R , J. curfew .4 E 'P ' J. Crawford L. Davey b-s ' This fraternity hosted the spring Regional Theta Chi Conference and chose the Dream Girl of Theta Chi at its Orchid J.emb.da.n Formal. lt also held a R'H"""d dashing Pirates Dance. TC garnered the first prize float trophy in the 1956 homecoming lane contest. It also pre- wgfffji sented the West Coast Relays Shannon trophy to the outstanding col- lege athlete. This social group is sponsored by H Jack Crawford Dr. Frank Powell. B' Spring President sei, 1 iii 4' Fall and Spring pledges are, kneeling, Merlyn Wurscher, Hubert Donny, Bob Astone, Dave Robin- son. Standing, Chester Goodale, Dave Natten- berg, Jerry Rossiter, Sam Lonfranco, Steve Scherr, Bill McKinley, Mike Kuhl- mann, Joe Fradin and Paul Sproetz. 4""17. if 1' l. Theta Chi draws u Full House of one of its most successful open houses. J. Neal J. Price I.. Pussy D. Rlechel G. Rosonder K. Stephens C. Stevens C. Thomusun pw "tW"t K " lLs.:n...l. LL. , 't A X lpksw. . U. "qi ..- -F.- -,,, ..,M I. ,f lit! I 1 I, No place like home . . . 858 Home i ma Alpha Ep ilon N. Agundez R. Allen :of l -i' if if -i l -i . t -' Q94 E 'lgfffl 'F' I LN ' 5' ,el 'rflifffll' 36 i?sH1'7- :ml -.ka 'fr Q---"ivy YW if 11, M 1 w llfll' P. Co ellui n DlTpCah:s -eg' , ' I J , . q- tl 'HKU - J. Cooke fl g, SAE took the sweep- R- W9 stakes award for holi- day season house dec- orations. Theylheld their Sweetheart Dance, after Doug,Thompson . . J Eamon Fall Semester President fmuls Barn Dance' Sadle '84 F,,,,,, Hawkins Day Barn Dance, and spring Luau. Alumni functions include Founder's Day, football banquet, West Coast Re- lays dinner and senior Fwsfffaii dinner. They presented the outstanding West Coast Relays high school athlete with a trophy. Hal Beatty,Jim Anthony, D annum John Voenes, and Rod C-Hurlesf Gary Storey Spring Semester President Q r g l l Stubblefield sponsor the fraternity. Spring pledges are, back row, left to right, James Robinson, Gary Rushing, Don Wilson, John Roehl, Dennis Conaway, Rod Means, Fred Dahlinger and Brad Hirst. Front row, Roy Rainville, Jack Liddell and Arnold Johansen. 11 C., as yr. '- -L "s ' N X ---8 EE' -.x ff. .gil " Actives, alumni and guests pose during a break ul one of the numerous SAE gatherings during the 1956-57 academic year. M. Harrison E. Henriclnen l. Hogrefe B. Homsy G. Howard G. Hyde R. Jacobsen W. Jacobsen R. Johnson J. Jorgensen C. Koch L. Lindley W. Looper R. Murray C. Niklnus D. Pace C. Pogni B. Punkruiz D. Philpan D. Ralhwick R. Reinhard! J. Rlley B. Scombroy D. Sedor W. Smllhson F. Sorrenli B. Spencer R. Spina J. Sleinborn G. Slorey -In D. Sfubblefield J. Tote n.- D. lhornpsan B. Tompkins R. Trombella G. Walker M. .V--i S. Walker B. Wollenboryer No place like home . . . 994 N. Von Ness K? Sigma Chi's 23rd annual football kickoff dance opened the school year. The sweetheart of Sigma Chi was selected at the annual fall Sweetheart Dance. A Cotton Pickers Ball ended each semes- ter's activities. The fall SC pledge class won the FSC scholarship award. An active-alumni picnic was held in May and the Aloha Dance was the fraternity finale. Dr. Carlos Roias sponsors the fraternity. E. Andrade C. Andresan D. Andresen J. Andresen E. Brown R. Buckenberger B Burrows S Campbell B. Carpenter B. Curesa J. Crooklam R. Deira R. DsWlng I.. Hansen Spring pledges seated are Chuck Scott, Phil Dodd, Dick Scott, Bill McGuinness and Bob Robinson. Standing, .lerry Nash, Hubert Burns, Ray Slater, Joe Davis, Bob Brown, Roy Ranagan, Dale Doig, Bryce Carey, Willy Kollmeyer and Norman Winslow. -.1 l . ' ' I . QJ4 I " 131'-.Y ,A ,-nm-,v. Sigma Chi honors its sweeihearls of an open house. Some didn'f catch on lo Ihe ioke. L. lngnldsby W. Kuseh W. luBohn G. Murlellu J. Monachello ll. Morey C. Odle C. Sun! Again J. Stoll F. Small sl' 7? :JL C. Smifh ...Q J. Thomlinson .., G. Wilkinson -I A mun's home is his castle of 375 N. Vun Ness A. Telesco R. Wes! L. Wilson I.. Zcninovich 207 ima Neil Morrison Fall President Greg Ryan Spring President Sigma Nu fraternity se- lected the SN girl at its White Rose formal. They also held a Halloween Barn Dance. With Sigma Alpha Epsilon they spon- sored Sadie Hawkins Day with a Barn Dance climax. SN joined Kap- pa Kappa Gamma in a Christmas party for less fortunate children. At Bass Lake they held the annual steak bake. Sponsoring the fraternity are Lee Bowers and Lar- ry Willoughby. R . L. Anderson I.. Amotl R. Bunde B. Caswell C. Davis B. Dlrkson P. Endler H. Eurg uhiun D. Forth P. Hansen M. Hodgson A. Jordon D. Kramer F. Lang Spring pledges seated are lleft to rightl Norman Stevens, Bill Wayte, Rich- ard Percival, Warren Shaw and Jim MacDonald: standing, Ron Besoyan, Richard Firpo, Jack Wil- cox, Carl Pedroncelli, Al Goldberg and Dick Hend- ricks. ,-ia Open house activities in the Sigma Nu wine cellar bring smiles to these well-dressed Sigma Nuites.. . R. lung B. Miller K. Nagin J. O'BonIan W. Reinhard! M. Ryan P. Turner R. Wright FYI' 'K In the shade of the evergreen is home . . . 845 N. Van Ness 20 In December Sigma Pi Fraternity sponsored its seventh annual Greek sing for all sor- orities and fraternities at FSC. An alumni din- ner helped to fill their agenda. Fred Dempster is the fraternity sponsor. R. Alfulian R, Blair B, Boni J. Garcia Kazaniion R, Klise C. White L. Rader G. Rosenbaum J. Watson C. While Zorotnvich There's no place like 732 N. 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WWWWW , wwuww wwwWW wwwmw The national professional business fra- ternity, Alpha Kappa Psi, had industrial field trips to LA and SF. Under the guid- ance of Sponsor Donald Halper they as- sisted FSC and the Chamber of Com- merce in a city-wide vacancy survey. , - ,-3-175 - - - A. Gerard E. Giumpaoli A. Gonzalez J. Goshgaklan J. lewis K. Lundburg 212 FT .1 -'.. v. fin" '?3'.."41 ' ,,"1x'g' A W Nw ' Just a short stop in the social hall to socialize R. Muttos C. Smith D. Stow M. Sypott H, Tuklkawa T. Tukikawo W. Wteba F. Ynshlkuwa lpha Phi Gamma A do as ..J fu-W' , 4' -- S ' S i Sli .54 Y t 1 7,651 Sui The unholy 13 ,,'! -1,-N ,, 511,3- Alpha Phi Gamma is a national honorary iournalistic fraternity for students active on campus publications. In the fall a high school conference was sponsored. The spring San Joaquin Valley Scholastic Press conference is their chief activity. John Duke, Bernie Shepard, and Paul Sheehan are the sponsors. M. Hlggard B. Homondoz B. Homsy M. Kuhlmunn T. Mulhern I. Noll B. Pankrotz S. Ruhart G. Spence P. Word qi fi 11. .'.5-JL14..gf,: Qs esf. ,, -, wllliwvilm S. Boderts :hor CJ' lice!! P. Bunton A. Collings J. Cotton J. Garcia C. Graff W J' W what n el' li ht N. Carroll Angel's Flight members serve as hostesses to Arnold Air Society. These girls give the airmen por- ties. The sweetheart of the Mili- tary Boll is chosen from Angel's Flight. Col. and Mrs. Robert Hogg and Mrs. Marion Gerard are sponsors. M 5. ,sahann . P. Horr R. Hier J. Hlzkmon B. Holdan J. Johnson P. King N. Lundquht J. Manuel J. Motzek --Q J. Mltcholl 11 L. Woodruff J. Waterman .l. Urrlzolo P. Ryan M. Running B. Niklaus ll. Smith Swlesn mold ir ociety .l. Boaz B. Broodmg R. Cravol The FSC Military Ball was held again by the Arnold Air Society. This cadet group, sponsored by Louis Jacques, is for upper division AFROTC stu- i dents. The society was named for General H. H. Arnold. . Ronnbaum P. Ra :son J. Price n. Phillips F. Manning Their eyes to the G. Gerlitz J. Eriekso sky, they stand alert. 6 Associated Omen tudent This year the Associated Women Stu- dents brought a coed from Greece, Peggy Papa, to the FSC campus. AWS, to which all women on campus belong, also held the traditional assembly, tea, and ball for the Campus Queen. A Spring Formal was also presented. Miss Rosemary Scott and Mrs. Ellen Herndon are the AWS sponsors. 'jf . xt ' J c th M. Coxucl M. Rogers S. Carpenter M Boyer B. Nikl M .G D.Hhr L. Warren J. Woodruft AWS executives gather in front of the - Well G S Stockmon S. Dan I D. Rubl N- This year Fresno State College's band performed at all home football games wearing new uniforms. At the last one they revived the famed neon lighted band. Football season ended and the group became a concert band under the direction of Ralph Rae. D Brocks J Bynum H Cncciolo W Cornish R Crawford B Curtis A Dehenedetto M Dominguez J Dnscoll R Ellis A. Ewan M Feaver K Farus B Garbett N Hanada D Hawley V. Hanley J. Haze l. ea A Hensley D Herbert J Hull D Hines B. Jackson J. Johnson P Johnson R Kllse J Lankford J McCoun P Meyer N. Moglla B. Nelson xi: P Parks M Fuentes I. Rader D Rea G Rodnquez C. Scott F. Scott D Shlrley J Tuttle J Westfall G Whlttenberg J Wllsan W. Winter M. Wrlght aker all ' , Q . 'L ri 1 ' S.Carlson Over fifty females live in Mary C. Baker hall and its annex. The house is managed on a cooperative basis. The members select an ex-committee which assigns the housekeeping duties to the girls. At the hall parties and dinners are held. In the spring the gals give a dinner-dance. During the l956 Christmas season the girls went caroling at a home for the aged. Baker Hall is also the home for the AWS ex- change student, Peggy Papa. Mrs. Harriet Reynolds is the hall sponsor. S. Daniels .IDB KF Ston's Private Line Baker Hall style S k d C. B h I.. Cuckle 5Chp JD Il P. Ewing B G d I I. Hans R. Jens C L g B, Low! L. Lemon N. Marks N. McNilt . McQueen P. Papa D. Plpperl M. Richart M. Robison A. Silvairo Music time continues with u few of the coeds ' 3 0. Lopei ,,,.,, A. McMurray J. Monson M. Mohling A. Piuni t 4 ff Rs.,- 2' J. Reitz The cooks are assisted by the girls in the cooperative FSC dormitory R. Robertson S. Rose - Q f- V i 1 H , U' X X f C, Smith M. Tucker B. Vieira P. Workentin B. Wrnten 9 eta eta eta 5Ce VCI s DCbb Field trips to surrounding moun- tains and the "big" one to the coast highlighted the year's ac- tivities of Beta Beta Beta, the na- tional honorary biology frater- nity. Special social activities in- cluded the fall iniation and Christmas party and the spring initiation party. Dr. J. R. McClin- tic is the fraternity sponsor. V.- EL Dlyh M. Kubota X W. Nlckoll J. Powers f G. Durgnrlan N. Fletcher P. Grillons C. Largo Y. Nakashlma Bull D gger J. Amutt K. Fishor H. Ford JJ R. law The annual Aggie Day celebration, a rodeo, horse shows and trial rides were among the events sponsored by the FSC Bulldoggers Club during the past year. The ciub is affiliated with the National Inter-Collegiate Rodeo Association. Led by president Howard Ford, the club worked to de- velop interest in rodeos and other equestrian activities. D. McColaugh J. Mills M. Mueller C. Pollard R. Prelzer SS 5. Wang W. Will X lue ey R. Mur ray C. Bloch A. Gerard led by President Bob Harrod, Blue Key, men's upper division national honor frater- nity, had one of its most bountiful years in the past decade. The group conducted the Charity Drive during both semesters, spon- sored the annual Student Leader's Day and furnished a large portion of the labor force which made the Help the Hungarian Heroes Drive a success. The honorary group also sponsored the annual Blue Key Carnival and the painting of the FSC on the water tower on the new campus. ' is R. Harrod 'I D. Handsch F. lang W Ma ks J. Murphy B. Ponkratx J. Powers D. Protzer S. Rehart D. Itlachal G. Rosandar E. Saghutel a Associate Dean of Students Gordon Wilson lfar leftl sits in with a "happy" bunch of Blue Key Members at one of the honorary group's most successful meetings during the fall term. L 1' C. Sant Agate G. Story California tudont Toaohofs Association M. Akers J. Anderson D. Arnold l. Arnold J. Adams B. Allison J. Bigge P. Bird S. Bonander M. Boroyan C. Bower R. Brooding P. Buchanan F. Cogle I.. Carlson D. Carvalho J. Charshaf l. Choate A. Collings P. Collyer R. Crawford R. Damir D. Dwold I.. DeBenede!to D. Doig R. Doig C. Draper C. Drew B. Easter Professional Day for high school seniors was the maior proiect of the California Student Teachers Association. The largest club on the FSC campus was headed by Jim Murphy during the fall semester. Dr. Gowin was the sponsor. These future teachers aren't discussing new teaching methods J. Gardner C. Gamer R. Guinn B. Isaak M. Jackson us In 2 B. Fisher E. Hamparson M. Harms D. Hill R. Hill J. Hurst V. Fraker L Hampton S. Hendrickson J. Hill I.. Hagopion H. Gann M. Hrusko D. Hansen E. Hiebert J. Hill R. Huffsmith I.. Garcia 1 W. Kim M. Knapp W. Koanlg M. Lovin J. Lindly O. Lopez M- I-0V6lUC6 D. MGIPHMIGYS D' Mliflfs L- Mllfill S. Kenneson C. Kcagle B. McDonald A. Mclean A. McMurray E. Medlock K. Minosian S. Kasamolsu L. Sampson 5. Jordan T. Savlal P. Johnson S. Sawlolle P. Johnson B. Soy l.. Johnson J. Seher J. Johnson I. Jones . Jansen M. .lasalasan R. Sheehan se A. Srlverra C. Morris C. Murphy J. Murphy D. Myers R. Oroszo S. Ostrom J. Pantoll E. Papagni l. Parker D. Pierre D. Poochigian M. 5' A 'ms M. Reinhardt D. Richardson R. Riddle M. Roger C. Russell D. Sambuesco p. .1 9 L Smith 'S Nh bv M. Sourheer fi .Q as 'ei N1 s.. J. Sell J. Stagg J. Schaefer C. Stanton D. Steenbloclr R. Stewart D. Swanson T. Tokemoto J. Taylor R. Taylor W. Taylor K. Thomas K. Thomsen N. Thompson L. Tipton J. Tolson M. Tudor S. Valenti 5. Walls B. Webster J. Weitzol B. While J. Wilson C. Wolfson C. Wood J. Wright M, Yon-rung California Youn H. Lundberg J. Miller Among the numerous activities sponsored by the California Young Farmers chapter at FSC were the Young Farmer Land Judging Field Day and the an- nual Donkey basketball game. Jim Miller led the group during the past year and Lloyd Dowler, Dean of the FSC Ag School, was its sponsor. The Young Farmers' obiectives are education, recrea- tion, community service, cooper- ative activities and leadership. Campus Square 224 F. Balaklan C. Brydon B. Cooper E. Crips QTIIIGI' 1 1 ' V J U I V l . li' il L V ,Q A . -il f 'G 5' 5 l D 'l' l k .. I. I R N t D R J. R It G. Sheesley T. Swull They believe in education, community service and Donkey basketball games P Denton B. Goodrich L. Gro The FSC Square Dance Club, headed by Charles Brydon, promotes week- ly Wednesday night folk and square dances on the old campus. The club is sponsored by Dr. Karl Svenson. 9 A G n. nm W. Kohn H. Langhans C. McQueen R. Mobayen L. Parker J. Powers H. Stanford J. Weilzel G. Wight Cafdlllal Cardinal Key, which was founded on the FSC campus in 1952, is the lower di- vision men's honor fraternity. The group worked with its older brother on campus, Blue Key, assisting in the annual Charity Drive, the Help the Hungarians cam- paign and offering other services to the school and community. A but of merry old England sways under the weight of these sophomore geniuses. R. Bunde B. Ceresa R. Donihue M. Hodgson L. lngoldsby R. lang D. Natlenlaerg J. Neal C. Oclle R. Oliver D. Pace D. Price D Stubbl f ld A. Joyal Canterbur Club The past year was a banner year for the FSC Canterbury Club. The club became affiliated with the National Canterbury Foundation. And through the year the club worked to show the Episcopalian students the correlation X of church and college life through the use of worship, recreation, ser- vice, unity and evangelism. Jon Scott R H was president and Maior Louis Jacques was club sponsor. A. Bowman M. Boyer C. Buchanan J. Charshaf E, Hgnmqn J. Hurst D. Wonner C. Keagle P. Williams W D P ochigian 5 Rehart J. Scott P. Ward N. Wecldle Chi Beta lpha X R. Albach C. Anclreson J. Erickson W. Johnson C. Pagni R. Rhodes H. Sabounchian R. Sampson D. Scott Future agriculturists of FSC relax in the wide open space. Chi Beta Alpha, the honorary agri- l culture fraternity, was organized at FSC in 'I941 to assist students enter- ing agricultural vocations and to de- velop leadership. Its activities in- clude the annual high school field day and an exchange with Omicron Sigma Pi. Raman Rhodes was presi- dent during the fall semester. J. Swidl D. Thom H. Tolen R. West hine e tudent Club Meetings, potlucks and parties topped off with the annual Spring Formal were the maior activities of the FSC Chinese Stu- dents Club. With the aid of the Cosmopolitan Club, the group invited other San Joaquin Valley clubs to a dance to raise money for the CSC's scholarship fund at the college. Posing at the old FSC campus brings memories to Chinese Club members J. Shuang C. Wong S. Wang C. Ng Chi Pi i ma R. Albuch R. Cornelius N Under the guidance of sponsors, David Clark and George Kauffman, Chi Pi Sigma, a service club for chem majors, took a number of field trips during the past term. Other inter- ested science maiors were invited to ioin chem students in listening to guest lecturers and watching films and demonstrations. N. Fletcher B. Goshgarla S. lanfrnnco R. Mandol L. Pankrotz B R g S D G G C. Lang G. Morto College 1.- V. Person N. Alloway G. Avakian P. Baker R. Cotont F. Cotton F. Countryman 9'-D R. Damlr T. Dabson R. Donihue B. Ostrom D. Plerco X B. Gaines H. Gann R. Glbbs J. Peters J. Farley S. Faust H. Harper M. Harrison D. Gorhman S. Halls J. Hammitt J. Hara B. Harp E. Bancroft G. Bell C. Bird F. Byrdwell L. Carlson V. Clemons P. Collyer 'Qx E. Hiohert E. Hartman J. Hartman M. Jackson R. lang E. Miller R. Mink M. Mitchell J. Murphy R. Nall D. Hsndsch D. Kruse G. Lacy F. Lang C. Marlor M. Matthews N. McNltt E. Mlllor The College Y, comprised of students interested in religion and service to college and community, sponsors the annual Freshman Camp. The 'I956 Frosh Camp was praised by many as being the most successful in history. Much of the credit for its success was given to Dave Hendsch, Y president. lla- '7 B. Thompson C. Ullom J. Powers D. Wadewitz J. Schaefer B. Woight J. Scott P. Warkentin J. Scott J. Wharton J. Shahpar B. Whltn E. Sonke R. Whllham D. Spears G. Wight P. Taibakhsh P. Williams M. Tamagni J. Wisener . gho 915 l .1 as , I W . r .Cart .cony H. Contrnrn T. Dah: F. Flcklo 'j EI TT" The Cosmopolitan Club s primary purpose is helpmg foreign students become accustomed to " merlcan College life. It also helps to ac- quaint American students with representa- tives from other countries. The annual World .Show is one way in which these obiectives are accomplished. The proceeds of this year's program were spent on a Christmas party for underprivileged children and the Hun- garian Relief Fund Adhln Shaden was pres- ldent and Dr Arnold Biella was sponsor this year Q 'HI in C0 mopolitan Club ...L P N ' ' lg -A ,AX B. Galnu M. Harrison They must have dropped something. M- Khvlidv F. Matuk R.:M0blYlD IL Nino. W I.. Pacheco V. Pgrsgn l , I .,v 6 - , t I Criminolo Club They will not let that culprit through Celebrating its 10th anniversary at FSC in 1957, the Criminology Club continued its work towards promoting a high standard of educational achievement in the field of law enforcement. Among the club's activities were the annual banquet and meetings with prominent figures in law enforcement. Ben Chidlaw was the president for 1956-57. Dame The Dames will soon be swapping maior secrets 230 M. Clazher C. Asplund A. Buccieri l W. Haggarton H. Bailey ' I B. Chidlow I ' A w. T? Q -Y .ff e V 1 I ' C. Brydon is L, 5,-own C. McCarty F. M:Nealy R. Nelson J. Rob: s Composed of the wives of resi- dent students, the Dames were established at Fresno State in 1947. Periodical potluck suppers, a sports party and a scavenger hunt provide diversion from reg- ular meetings. The women strive to promote community interests and give friendly service when the need arises. li. Riddle au' Club Go cow go Actively assisting with the plans and operation of the annual Future Farm- ers of America Field Day and Aggie Day was the Dairy Club. Sponsors Robert Selkirk and Edwin Luttropp led the group through a year full of activities, including the fall bean feed, fall banquet, Christmas tree sale, spring picnic and the basket- ball tournament for the college Aggies. D. Andreson J. Andresan C. Amnslrong L. Brunner V. Carter D. Cole A. Doty M. Gaumnitx E. Holtz W. Johnson T. Kenefick F. Matuk C. Andresu Lf t7 x 'nl 5 all J. Swldler W. Swieso P. Taibokhsh A. Verhoeven R. West D. McCol gh D Scott Engineer Club T. Dobson R. Frinell H. langhans 232 A1 R. Anderson S. Antrunikian small group of the "most wanted" men J. Hare D. Haas R. Hendncksen W. Hughes B. Lokey "f. an .-, 3 C29 B. Miller R. Mink J. Mohn J. Naiariun R. Nino C. Ozlle R. Petersen A. Shomma R. Shoemaker F. Sorrenti H. Stenfort J. Sutton A. Telesso C. Toyama R. Wallace J. Wolfson J. Wright O. Yacoub T. Kunurd I.. Pacheco H. Avuklan A. Bourghol I. Carlin E. Christensen R. Clapp D. Creger F. Cotton E. Crips R. King M. Meissen H. Payne The "most wanted" men on the college campus are the members of the Engineers Club. More than 'l50 strong, the club sponsors field trips to acquaint engineer- ing students with the proiects in the Fresno area. Included in their trips are visits to Pine Flat Dam and the Mare lsland Ship Yard. President of the group was Jim Wright. Freshmen Women uneheen Club J. Abe D, Ball . Bealiy G. Bell A. Blair Mulieis Edgerly Edhulm Madden . Maller IZ E. Miller C. Ng . Nikkel . Ponillo L. Potter beusdnrf uiigliuno Freshmen Women's ocial Striving to gain recog- nition in college, mem- bers of the Freshmen Women's Social Activity Group were the busiest LAY' students on campus dur- D. Ala , mg 1956. The group sponsored the Queen's Tea, the Hungarian re- lief drive, the Shanghai breakfast for Triple S c,m.f.yd and the Christmas tree D-Het' in the library, and again operated the FSC Post Office. Gwen Bell was president of FWSAG and Drs. Phyllis Watts and Gwendolyn Club were n.r...,....i... its sponsors. D. Beatty G. Bell N. Bessarman A. Blair A. Bowman C. Brooks J L. Cackler lt, C. Cameron J. Carroll E. Church S. Cleveland S. Congdon G. Craver B. Craugh 5. Cunliffe K D. Dann J. Dawson B. Decker J. DeMutteis It P. Doffing C. Draper J. DuBose A. Edgerly S. Edholm B. Fiorinl fgx N. Ford J. Funk 234 ctivit Group FWSAG officers line-up for review. 5. Gross B. Goodrich J. Hammilt M. Hansen B. Hurd J. Hartman C. Hayden C. Hniett J. Holding M. Hoover L. Inami J. Jones A. Kaosheyan C. Krous D. Kruse J. Lanlrford 5. lovine N. McNlIt E. Madden C. Mailer M. Matthews N. Meyers E. Miller M. Miller J. Mltchell J. Monson C. Ng M. Nlkkel P. Parigan B. Powthers M. Phillips D. Pippert M. Portilla L. Potler I.. Robonsdorl R. Rehart L. Rhodes M. Rithart M. Robertson R. Robinson S. Rose A. Ilutigliano N. Schedler S. Shellrerne R. Siviasllan D. Slunkard E. Sonka J. Stover H. Swanson W. Taylor C. Thompson N. R. Week D. Trntitan J. Tuttle B. Walker C. Wankum C. Ward L. Wickersham J Wider Geolo Club 5. Allison J. Bartow J. Cloonon F. Conover 5 Field trips to Nevada, Death Valley, and Paso Robles are but a few of the activities the Geology Club has participated in this year. The club was founded at FSC in 1940. Its objectives are the scholastic, scientific, and social advancement of club members. The club was headed during the fall semester by Bill Uhl. The sponsors are Dr. George Stanley, Dr. Noble Beard and Mr. Arch Addington. W. Jones J. Looft N. Maloney L. Smith W. Uhl D. Welder Indu trial rt Club B. Allison T. .leffus L. Gloria W. Marks D. Rudholm E. Saghatelian Schmid C. Shupe R. Stinson W. Tomsian 236 U' AN I '15, silv. qs: ,. W. Maxwell I G. Aved W. Bariiian L. Carlson R, Chiliian R. Cote P, Denton D. Huckolaey .W ,si -Ja 1' " ga fi, l fd- Algfzfv-,ful-,-5 .AI 13:1 4 111422. 'Jl,L '1.l, Industrial Arts Club members and guests enioy dessert at the annual installation banquet. R. M:Clung D. McClure F. Mears R. Pearce L. Phillips D. Philpott S. Proodian Wayne Russell, fall president of the Industrial Arts Club, helped the organization seek high ideals of professional ethics and promote the so- cial, professional, and econ- omic welfare of industrial arts students. The club spon- sored a banquet and a steak bake this year. Dr. H. Schor- ling and Mr. Richard New- comb were the sponsor. Wallace Smith spoke at the well attended banquet. nter - arsit Chri tian Fellowship . Adams M. Duty B. Nelson Peterson Peterson D. Rilfel B. Soy D. Hall . Hilbert J. Hill gsworth ln its 12th year at Fresno State College, the lnter-Var- sity C h r i s t i a n Fellowship meets on campus to study the Bible. The organization, international in scope, was founded in England in 1936, and at FSC in 1945. IVCF R. Seifert K. Thomsen functions to help its mem- bers know Jesus Christ and to make Him known to others. Drs. Hawbecker and Lindquist are sponsors of the Christian group. S Walls P. Warkentln N. Thompson L. Warren B. Wroten T. James L. Johnson M. Jacobsen L. Marsh J. Manson J. Wisener M. Wright . P . K. Adams P. Blrd S. Bonandur C. Bower M. Cochran M. Cornelius L. Ekizian L. Heath B. Eckert M Hlebert R. Hler J. Haze B, Holden M. Hruska J. Johnson 5. Kasamatsu P. Kennedy R, Lopez E. Mar A Mclean C. Ng J. Pantoll D. Parhah R. Peterson D. Pippert K. Ouist J. Ramon J. Rasmussen M. Renning L Sampson B. Say J. Soher E. Smith N. Sonke M. Sourbeer 5. Stockman T. Takemoto M. Semper N. Thompson J Wright WWC? 238 appa elta ' Kappa Delta Pi, the national honorary education society, was under the presidency of Georgia Dilley during the current year. Criterion for membership is a high scho- lastic average. Phyllis Hen- fling sponsored the organ- ization. B. Albrighl R. Andersen P. Buchanan D S nh V L h .rn .Coate J. Hondrlksen M- 50Ul'b"' J. Hu,-sg G. Dilley B. Webster sp- J' Johnson :L J. Durney C' wood 3 ax rv- V. Fraker E. Hampurson fx 9- ,o- fs- XJ' S. Jordan D. Lehman M. lucidi J. Murphy D. Pierce J. Powers J. Ramon A. Reed M. Renning A, Silveira 3 , 5.4. rr.fl appa Phratere Activities of the Kappa Phrateres include a May Day party at the Fresno County Nutritional Home, caroling during the Christmas season and an annual Senior Breakfast before gradu- ation. Alice Silveira is the President and Miss Shafer of the English De- partment is the sponsor. The purpose of the Phra- teres is to extend a spirit of 'friendliness among the students on the cam- pus and to give oppor- tunities for leadership and participation in col- lege activities. Kappa phrateres is an interna- tional organization which was founded at U.C.L.A. in 1924. The lo- cal group was estab- lished in 1936. lx. 'EB D. Amald me NJ S B. Codclingtan E. Facia I.. Fado D. Gorman L. Hagopian H. Harper M. Hruskn S. Kosamatsu M. Kubota B, Lawtun 0. Lopez R. lopez J. Haze M. Matthews P. Miller C. Price Bb. Say A. Sllveiru E. Sonke No one here but the girls N. Sonke T. Takemoto D. Wadew an uel 239 th JL d JL A ' 13 ' The Lutheran Students Asso- ciation serves as the helping hand of the Lutheran Church to provide a spiritual em- phasis for FSC students. Or- ganized at FSC in 1951, the M'Af"'eY group engages in two re- treats each year. Douglas Glotz served as president during the fall term. R.Andersnn D Bingo a M. Bruland Lcomm C. Erickson B G f Id l..Coltet Y J. Fantsll I W The sun was awfully bright that day. 240 e Cercle Francai The Fresno City High School's senior French Club members were honored by l.e Cercle Francais, FSC French Club, at a spring skating party this year. Ed Fanucchi was fall president of the group and gave the gavel to Maggie Boroyan for the spring term. Dr. Charles Bird was the sponsor. . one . errer e .- Pi Ep ilon C. Sirabian A. Silveira C. Murphy C. Morris LCN! H. Alooiion R. Anderson E. Berondsen J. Johnson V. Kelxer , Anyone for a cup of tea? C' Mu Pi Epsilon, the honorary professional music society, has presented numerous pro- grams throughout the Han- ford City schools during the past year. An American musical recital was held in May with only American music being pre- sented. Conferences in Sacramento and concert solos by various members of the society ac- counted for the remaining activities. Emilie Berendsen was the so- ciety president while Mrs. Lyllis Lundkvist and Mrs. Pearl Winter acted as co- sponsors. It's all in the way you say it V. Kraus J. Man l S. Mat S. Simp 4 i ei Club Highlighting the year for the Nisei Club is the annual Valentine Sweetheart Dance for Japanese students throughout the San Joaquin Valley. As a member of California International Nisei Organiza- tion, the local group promotes active participation in school activities by Japa- nese American students. The group also sponsors a scholarship, senior banquet and Christmas Dance with the aid of Advisor Dr. William Beatty. C. Toyama B. Tsukicla K. Tsuhclko R. Urushima F. Yoshikawa M. Yamane T. Takemoto H. Taklkawa T. Taklkawa L. Araki L. Inumi S. Kasamat M. Kubota Y. Maisuda J. Nakamura Y. Nakashim P. Nakula e man Club Providing opportunity for re- ligious and social growth for FSC Catholic students is the purpose of Newman Club. A Communion breakfast climaxes each semes- ter during which weekly Catholic Theory Workshops and monthly communion are held. The club's social activities include a Hal- lowe'en Dance, Christmas carol- ing, snow party and a spring picnic. Joseph Garcia headed the group during the fall semester and handed the gavel to Bob Bockenstedt for the spring term. Sponsors are Father Negro, Dr. llg and Dr. Elizabeth Kelley. N. Aguncl B. Bette A. Bla csya AB C. Cameron C. Curdom J. Curuthers D. Casteluzo T C t Gdrcld presents the gdvel to new mxvxmvmmv A . ...MNH acne xxx, , ,W M eww W. Doyle A. Edgerly L. Garcia E. Glampaoli B. Grlff S. Haskell 244 gg .YL J . . YZ: sail lm 'l ' Y D. Coleman E. Cosla J. Cronkham L. Dellenedeha R. DeVeze P. Daffing J. Holdlng M. Human B. Hamsy M. Hunter I. Jcchens B. Jones P. Kennedy W. Konnlg W. Kuhn H. Langham F. Lahann G. Luhanus Omicron ima ' sr, I Fi, .A L. 11" 1' I I LII ---J I- -I V 4 f. .J . f..- . .- C. Akroyd J. Arnett 5. Baclertscher D. Barsamian S. Betters D. Bingnman D. Black M. Brown S. Cluster A. Collings M. Calwell D. Doig 246 , IJ I made the skirt myself An annual Bazaar, where home- made food, toys and aprons are sold to help the needy, is one of many worthwhile projects of Omicron Sigma Pi, PSC home economics club. A branch of the American Home Economics As- '- sociation, the local group was established in 1919. Each Christ- mas the girls send baskets of food to needy Fresno families. Louise Porch and Rose Wyatt are club sponsors. I, Hansen M. Hayzox J. Hendriksen J. Jensen R. Jensen C. Drew K. Forus G. Jones M. Jones C. Kanlarakis P. King 8, Kleider Q. 'nd 6 B. Krum Q 'P v- tw S up A upf- J. Lyman 'Q D. Manuel V' CTD -X K. Martin V. Martin R. Mltzhell uf V? K. Route D. Peterson A. Piuni .,, M. Phillips .- C. Price I I.. Rhodes C. Ross C. Stanton C. Sheldon C. Smith , N. Werlclle Q D. Wenner J. Wilson C. Wolfson , rl ,QA I ',v And they danced and danced and danced Probably the most limber girls at Fresno State are the members of Orchesis, the modern dance club. The spring dance program in coordination with the speech and art departments is the club's maior project. To better help them understand methods and techniques of modern dance, the girls do all the choreography for the program. Dance demonstration for valley high schools is another Orchesis proiect. Marion Bigelow is the advisor. Be e B Betta s P B rd S. Closler M. Duty M. Etheridge M. Gillespie B. Greenfield S. Griffen P. Haas J. Stover J. Self D. Perhab K. Musick J. Koch M. Jacobsen M. Jackson J Howell D. Hansen 247 4 Phi appa The campus scholarship fraternity is Phi Kappa Phi, a very select group. The lone requirement for member- ship is a 3.5 grade point average. The group lost one of its charter members in February when Dr. Ger- trude Billard retired after many years of service to FSC. Clair Nelsen was president during 1956-57. R. Murray i V. Krous G. Dllley R. Albazh E. Christensen Art Margosian and Fred Claire recline while waiting for others to show up for the picture. ',. - V ,- .f-. 'W vi . . 171 i ' 'iMWii.:i v r. lush... Promoting better music in hi lpha infonia Howland, the group gives America is the aim of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, men's na- tional professional music or- ganization. Under the direc- tion of President Puron Se- doo an d Advisor Russel many recitals during the year. The spring All Ameri- can Concert and opening fall recital with Mu Phi Epsilon are most important. And then we sang B. Easter W. George E. Jackson P. Parks P. Sedan C59 E. Chrlstens D. Cregar F. Cotton D. Haydock B. Miller ll. Mlnk J S One of the youngest organ- izations on campus is Phi Sigma Tau, FSC honorary en- gineering fraternity. Only a local fraternity, PST was or- ganized in 1955. Its activ- Phi i H13 3.11 ities include a banquet hon- oring new members and the awarding of a medal to the top freshman student in en- gineering scholarship. 1 Walker J. Wright The honorary group of the "most wanted men" on campus 2 4 O ysic Club The future leaders of science in the San Joaquin Valley and in the nation belong to the Physics Club. Students in- terested in occupations such as physicist, doctor, elec- tronic specialist and chemists belong to the club. Group F. Fickle R. Gurabediun ,, discussions, Jpgn oyies.tglectures Und , " the The students witness and partic- ipate in. Bob Harrod, who teaches classes in physics and attends FSC simultan- eously, is the group's presi- it The scientists gather under the spreading trees. R. Mundal W. Marks D Nattenberg R. Noblin J. P t D. Pretler D. R ci D. Riechel E. Rogers D. Swanson Shoulder to shoulder we march ahead Pianoforte Club i wall nwell nburg Many music recitals high- lighted the year for Piano- forte. The purpose of the group is to give students an opportunity for actual public performance. This year Olga Quercia was president. Assisting her were Ruth Andersen, Jim Monson and Joan Manuel. Miriam Withrow and Bob Bennett are advisors. . rous . anue Pi Gamma Pi Gamma Mu, a national honorary social science fra- ternity, lost the services of its most sincere and hard- working sponsor last fall, when Dr. Francis Wiley ended his 10 years of ad- vising the group. The group is another of the college's select organizations, requir- ing a 3.0 average in at least 20 units of social science. M.Y amane R. Dam R. Klass J. Tipto Where isllthdpandelabra? ,cw 'rp J. Mavsias S.Met1ler E. Miller J. Manson C. Quiroz M. Running J. Russell M. Sloan C. Ullo W d M. Dania M. Duty P . E . 1 President Darlene Hansen considers the agenda before meeting A. Gum: L. Hampton D. Hansen D. Hardg rave M. -. 1., i' 154. , . . 3 ,!.' V 1 s H ' , , -I , fi . it . ...rl Members planning mischief before meeting The annual alumni luncheon before the West Coast Relays was the major activity for Pi Epsilon, women's honorary physical educa- tion fraternity. With Darlene Hansen heading the group, it again sent Care packages and awarded a scholarship to an outstanding physical education major. Ruth Waterman is the advisor. S. Kennoso G. Lahanas K. Musick D. Smith M. Stallard D. Steenbloclc S. Valenti Pi Omega ' Pi Omega Pi, national honorary business educa- tion fraternity, opened the year by welcoming new faculty and secretarial members of the busi- ness department. Under the leadership of Bar- bara Albright, the group assisted the department during fall and spring registrations. The frater- nity's purpose is creating interest and scholarship in business education. The advisor is Helen Rohrer. Barbara Albright smiles after initiating the fall pledges B. Albright N. Foote ' Y. Stavich i A wt Kim A. Barbata L. Richards R- Tekekiivn M- Come' 1, Simmons J. THYIUV r ' . i Pre- ed Club .l. Moon N. Fletcher B. Bower J. Henkel D. Cobb R. Jacobsen H. Contreras T...lamu R. Donllwe I-I. Jannn M. Matthews P. Ross R. Murray G. Storey J. Neal S. Wang D. Nattenberg I.. Wells L. Pearson C. White Pre-Med Club is a professional organiza- tion, this year headed by Gary Storey. The club maintains a library of medical school catalogs to help students select the school most suited for them. Talks by leading medical men highlight the group's regular meetings. The truly dedicated students 253 L X X Psycholo Club Under the able leadership of Sue Halls, the Psy chology Club worked toward promoting scholar J. Anderson C. Asplund C. Kessle V. Krous J. Manuel P. Murga B. Nelso C. Oppe V. Clemens F F kle S. Hall ship and advancing the field of psychology Speakers from related fields are a special fea ture of the club's monthly meetings. Assisting Sue this year were Dominic Papagni, Joan Manuel and Pat Morgan. The sponsor is Robert Shacklett. 'eg-!'I 7 ...vnd 'F - -T l D P h b , , C.. I r' A L-.nan X --.1 Y U . J S g 4 Q I. Z novlch , l Taking a few minutes from books and couches igma Delta ' H. Contreras E. Facio E. Fanucchi L. Garcia M. Jones C. Murphy R. Poythrass J. Savala T. VGISCIUEI Sigma Delta Pi, national honorary Span- ish fraternity, made a trip to Old Mexico during Easter vacation. This is the first year the group tried the trip. With Ed Fanucchi heading the club, it also spon- sored a scholarship and two formal ini- tiations. Members gathered at the advi- sor, Carlos Roias', for a Christmas party. Repeat in Spanish when I count three 4 l 1 ophomore ervice ociet G. Avakl B B tt D. Custelozo B. Chrlstensan 5. Cornwall E. Costa J. Cowan Led by Linda Warren, the Sopho- more Service Society, women's lower division honorary group, I.. Wo L. Wells M. Cond R D in E tt. Downey M. Gage 5. Haskell K. Karr S 41 Ili ' 'YYNW -, .5 has contributed much to FSC dur- ing the past year. The group again conducted football usher- ing in the same fine tradition which has gained praise for FSC in past years. The sophomore girls also sponsored the annual Cotton Ball where the Cotton King and Queen were chosen and guided FWSAG and FWLC through a successful year. K. Jurgen B. Nelson D. Ruble Q 0 9 S Ili? Sophomore brain power all together M. Th JU la J. Stagg R. Souza J. Scott HGH BIRDS X pic-bah Art Guild Sponsor of the one-year-old "Ugliest Man on Campus" contest is the Speech Arts Guild. In the first contest in 1956, Marv Harrison, a iunior radio-TV major was voted "Mr, Ugly Man on Campus." The guild is an honorary speech organization and sponsors projects for the de- partment, including an annual party for the faculty and their children. Chuck Hudelson was the group's fall prexy and Peggy Apkarian took over in the spring. . . To pose or not to pose, that is the question. 6 M. Lucldi F. Lang C. Hudelson R H g L. Moblay R B r M. Harriso S. Mull fAg la W. Coyle U Tokalon S. Badanschor M. Davidson J. Hansen M H k ll J. H J. Johnson V K M- lvridi Those gals behind the creation of the Christmas atmosphere on campus each year are members of Tokalon, honorary upper division women's so- ciety. The group sponsors the Maid of Cotton contest for FSC, the infor- mation booth at registration, the Awards Assembly in May and a number of other activities directed at service to the school and com- munity. Just girls' talk .use 'BP M Renning S. Simpkins S. Wang J Manuel asmu 7 N. Agundez L. Brown Comprised of Fresno State College males who have earned a varsity letter in any of the competitive sports, Varsity F helped sponsor the annual football banquet in December. Hundreds of athletes and fans iammed the ar it new cafeteria for the shish-kebab fete honoring the 1956 L-H'9"" football team. Organized at FSC in 1940, the group works to further sports at the college. Orin Myers was president during 1956-57. D Form Hundreds of Bulldog supporters, athletes, coaches and administrators and outstanding high school gridders gathered for the annual banquet. W- J"""b"" M. Glenn A. Jordan T. Gustafson W. Kusch J. Lester L. Lowry C. Marsola - "iff ' -as A .1 J -4 ' 5 1 w, U I KT' - 1 5 J. Moore .. 2 , K? ff 4 Director of Athletics Hal Beatty lstanding, rightl gives orders from the speaker s table at the Varsity F annual football banquet. R- M"'Y R. Murray R Wh tham J. Sutherland E. Stevens J. Steinborn W. Smithson D. Rudholm D. Philpott B. Padil 0. Myers p yy E N. . Ki 52' iticulture Club Viticulture chiefs quietly contemplate new business. w 1 -f .2 'P I I lt. Johnson R. Mathias T. Morris G. Ogden J. Ollvar C. Pagnl K. Peters 1,1 -l J The viticulture club sponsors the finals at the Future Farmers vine iudging contest on FFA Field Day. To be eligible for membership a student must enter the grape iudging contest at the Fresno County Fair, take wine study courses and maintain at least a 2.0 grade point av! erage. J. Cilles R. Deira D. DunS5n R. Atmallun F. Asbury R. Berberlan G. Botkln S. Burton W. Kusch H. Hayes The wine iudges do things in a big way S. Sorobian R. Scheldeman 5. Srhletevitz F. Srymons P. Tolbokhsh A. Teweire 5. Tokhan J. W n 1 e tem peach Association XXX Fresno State College boasts the only recognized student-chartered chapter of the Western Speech Association in the United States. Members assist at speech conventions at FSC, send delegates to state and national con- ventions, and in 1956 conducted food sales which netted S200 for the Hungarian Relief Drive. The association also offers its members a place- ment service. Frank Lang led the group this year. J. O'Banion F. Barbota H. Budd J. Carter D. Cates B. Cjnek Romeo and Juliet? E. Griff R. Hergenroeder C. Hudelsun G. Lucy F. Lang R. lang L. Lemon C. Coates W. Coyle D. Dench M. Davltt P. lltxenberg M. Lucidi L. lovin N. Meyers L. Mohley D. Poochlgian C. Sant Agata J. Scott J. Scott R. Seifert C. Sirubian P. Ward R. wigson C W gd 260 Omen ' thletic Association Y. P. Blrd M. Duty M. Ethrldge D. Haus J. Forla M. Gillespie B. Goodrich B. Groentlald X The Fresno State College unit of the Women's Athletic Associa- tion initiated a Fall Playday dur- ing 1956, at which time the group invited students from nearby iunior colleges to be its guests. Five iunior colleges were represented and WAA decided to make it an annual affair. The group also sponsors coed bad- minton, softball, basketball and volleyball tournaments. Activi- ties for 1956-57 were directed by Mary Ann Church, a iunior physical education maior. Waiting for their teammates A. Gum: l.. Hampton D. Hansen D. Hardgrave 5. Hendrickson J. Howell M. Hrusku H M. Jacobsen 5. Kenneso J. Koch M. Kubota G. Lahanas J, Mocias N. Mitchell K M k ,4- D. Nevins L. Potter A. Probst J. Raitz M. Richart J. Schaefer J. Self 5 A rv L. Smith M. Stollard D. Steenblock J. Stover H. Swanson W. Taylor S. Valenti B W Ik Young Democrat 4 D Ap L. Rankin J. Powers D. Poochigian D. Nuilenberg 0. Lopez C. Groff D. Forlh wen J. Tiplon J. Surabinn P. Spruelz G. Spence L. Sampson S. Rehur! R. Rehurl I.. Zclnonivich C. Wood D. Wenner C. Ullom W. Torosicm 262 R. Akullun R. Anderson 5. Budarhchur V. Beavers M. Bruland E. Church E. Fado E. Fanucrhi J. Furla Young epublican ron C. Bergen N. Besserman B. Boilers Q. Blade M. Boyer S. Brockway H. Budd cieri C. Buchanan R. Bunde P. Bunron C. Cardozu L. Carlson B. Christensen M. Cochran well J. Cowon W. Coyln R. Damir R. Deveze G. Dilley R. Donihue J. Faure rus J. Goss P. Griliana A. Guler E. Hartman M. Haycrafl M. Hodgson H. Hotchkiss ldsby T. James D, Jarvis J. Johnson B. Jones W. Jones per! F. Long R. long M. Lucidi C. Mnrkurion P. Morkoriun A. Jordan C. Kohfield killer S. Morgan T. Mulhcm C. Nevins J. O'Banion C. Odle R. Means S. Mefzler 'V 4-'70 IN 3 . Kr ty' fi? D. Pace D. Perhab M. Peters R. Petersen G. Rice J. Robinson H. Sughalelian C. Somuelian T. Sovicl J. Scoil J. Seo!! D. Slankard S. Smoyer J. Surg A. Talley M. Thomas C. Thompson P. Word A. Webb J. Wesifall J. Wharton A. Young Brockway, S. ...., . 243, L 4 A Abe, J. ...... . 69, 233, Abou-Ghorra, I. ...... . 234 .57 Accornero, P. ...,..... .16 Adams, J. ......, 188, 222 Adams, K. .. ...... 237 Addicott, I. . .. .49 Ade,C.... .. .16 Ady, J. .............. 200 Agbashian, J. ......... 184 Agundez, N. ..204, 243, 258 Aja, D. .......... .... 2 34 Akers, M. . . .... .21, 222 Akroyd, C. .... 218 234, 246 Akulian, R. ....,.. 210, 262 Albach, R..37, 226, 227, 248 Albright, B. ....... 238, 253 Alexander, M. ........ 57 Allen, R. ........ 9, 45, 204 Allen, R. . . . .... . . 204 Allison, B. .... 222, 236 Allison, S. .... .... 3 7, 235 Alloway, N. . . . .... 21, 228 Alma, C. ...... .... 2 17 Alooiian, H. .......... 241 ALPHA XI DELTA ....,. 180 ALPHA KAPPA PSI ..... 212 ALPHA PHI GAMMA .... 213 Andersen, R. ....... 21, 238 240, 241, 251 Anderson, C. .......... 231 Anderson, D. ..... . . . 231 Anderson, J. .. .21, 222, 254 Anderson, L. ...... .... 2 08 Anderson, R. ..... ..32, 69 200, 217, 232, 262 Andrade, E. ........,.. 206 Andresen, C. .... 9, 206, 226 Andresen, D. ..... .... 2 06 Andresen, J. .... 9, 231, 206 ANGEL'S FLIGHT .. .... 214 Anolrade, E. ..... ,... 2 17 Antranikian, S. .... 217, 232 Arakelian, H. .. .... 198 Araki, L. ... ....242 Arbour, K. .... .... 4 5 Armstrong, C. ........ 231 Arnett, J. ......... 220, 246 Arnoff, L. .......... 81, 208 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY , . .215 Arnold, D. ........ 222, 239 Arnold, L. ......,,. 35, 222 Arnold, N. . . ..... 217 Arnold, W. . . .,.... 196 Asbury, F. .. ........ 259 Ashley, M. ........ 240, 184 Asplund, C. ....... 230, 254 ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS ...,,...... 216 Astone, B. ............ 202 Astone, R. .... . . . 69 Atmaiian, R. . . . . . . . .259 Atwood, S. . . ..... . 21 Avakian, G. ...... 228, 255 Avaklan, H. ..... 37, 68, 69 193, 198, 232 Avakian, L. ........ 16, 212 Avedisian, L. . . ....... 260 Aved, G. .... ...13, 236 Avila, M. . ...21, 243 Azimi, F. .. 94' Baber, D. ..........,.. 217 Badertscher, 5. . . .10, 32, 62 66, 68, 77, 80, 213 246, 257, 262 Baer, M. ........ 186, 261 Bailey, H. .. ..... 41, 230 Bainett, P. ....218 BAKER HALL . . .... 218 Baker, P. ........,.... 228 Balakian, F. ....... 224, 68 Ball, D. . . .69, 183, 233 234 Bancroft, E. .... 69, 204, 228 BAND ............... 217 Barbata, A. ..., 16, 243, 253 Barbata, F. ........ 243 260 Barcellos, B. . . ...... 243 Barigian, W. . . . . .13, 236 Barker, B. ........... 194 Barker, C. ....... .21, 184 Barron, R. .... 200, 256 263 Barsamian, D. .... 234, 246 Bartow,A.... 37 Bartow, J . ........... 235 Basmaiian, R. ......... 194 Beatty, D. .... 187, 233 234 Beatty, H. .......,.... 258 Beavers, V. . . .190, 247, 262 Beckman, P. .......... 250 Bedrosian, K. ......... 16 Belden, J. .......,.... 72 Bell, G. ....,.. 69, 187, 228 233, 234 Bell, J. ..... ..... 5 6 Bence,P.... 21 Benke, L. . . .... 16, 212 Bennett, B. .. .... . 89 Bennett, D. . . . ..., . . 196 Berberian, R. . . , . . 196, 259 Berendsen, E. .,..... 31 241 Berg, H. ..... .. .37, 250 Berg, R. ..... ..... 2 17 Bergander, F. ....... 69 200 Bergen, C. ..... . . . 263 Berkholtz, N. , . . . , 186 Berry, J. ..... ... 182 Besoyan, R. . . . . .9, 208 Besserman, N. ..... 234, 263 Bessey, J. .- ...... 186, 216 BETA BETA BETA ...... 220 Betters, B. . .69, 73, 184 216 243, 246, 247, 255 263 Bigge, J. ...... 21, 190 222 Bigge, M. ............ 57 Billard, G. ........... 56 Bingaman, D. .... 240, 246 Bird, C. ....,........ 228 Bird, P. .... 21, 69, 81, 180 222, 237, 247, 261 Bitter, B." ............ 217 Black, D. ............ 246 Black, J. ... ... .32, 182 Blackwell, J. ......... 21 Blade, Q. ..... 16, 196, 263 Blade, S. . ......... 182 Blair, A. ..,.. 233, 234, 243 Blair, R. .. ...... 210, 217 Blair, T. ...... .. 187 Blancett, B. ......,... 9 Bleidister, D. ....... 75, 191 Bloch, C. ...... 32, 213, 221 Bludister, D. ........... 251 BLUE KEY ............. 221 Boaz, J. ........... 21, 215 Bockenstedt, B. ..... 67, 193 200, 243 Bolin, B. .... ..,..... 3 1 Bolton, R. ............ 91 Bonander, S. .... 21, 22, 237 Boni, B. ...... 106, 193, 210 Boolsen, F. .. ....... . 53 ulldex Boroyan, M. .... '. . . Bosserman, N. .... . 222 Botkrn, G. ........ . Bourghol, A. . . .37, 229, Bower,B. .... I Bower, C. .... 180, 222, Bowman, A. ...... 226, Boyer, M. 182, 216, 226, Bramletl, L. ..... . . Breckenridge, J. . . . Breckenridge, N. .. Breckenridge, S. . . Bremner, R. 1 . . Bresamian, D. . . . . Brewer, B. . . . . . Briggs, L. . . . . . . Brigham, T. . . . . Briscoe, G. . . . .22, 186, Brocks, D. .... , . . . . 254, Brooding, R. 22, 194, 215, Brooks, C. ..... .,.. 1 8, Brooks, W. .......... . Brown, E. . . , . Brown F. .. . Brown, G. . . .... . . . Brown, B. . . ..... . . . Brown, L. ..... 41, 230, Brown, M. . . ...... 69, Bruland, M. . . . . .250, Burns, H. ..,... ...... Brunner,L......... Brydon, C. ,... 224, 256 Bryon, A. ........ . Buccieri, A. . . .230, Buchanan, C. . .218, 226, Buchanan, P. . . .22, 222, Buckenberger, R. ...... , Budd, H. ......... 260, Bunde, R. .... 208, 225, Bunnell, G. ......., 69, Bunnell, J. ........., . 22 241 218 259 232 253 237 234 263 22 75 186 189 56 .233 239 218 56 202 217 263 222 234 56 206 49 74 206 258 246 262 206 231 243 88 263 263 238 206 263 263 200 189 Bunton, P. ...11, 32, 67, 77 79, 95, 103, 106, 182 213, 214, 263' Buntzler, P. .......... . 196 Burks, D. ..... 12, 193, 194' Burrows, B. .. ......., , Burton, S. ...... 9, 200, 206 259 Buswell, O. . . ........ 194 Bynum, J. . ..... 217 Bynum, R. . . ...... 200 eyrdwell, F. , . . . .22a, 251 C Cackler, L. ...218, 222, 234 Cady, C. .......... 16, 212 Cagle,F. .....222 Cain, D. . . ....... 196 Caire, F. .............. 248 Caire, S. ....... 68, 214, 220 CALIFORNIA STUDENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 222 CALIFORNIA YOUNG FARMERS ........... 224 CAMPUS SQUARES ...... 224 Callahan, R. ....... 16, 202 Callison, C. .......... 22 Cameron, C. . . . .234, 243 Cameron, P. . . ..... 181 Campbell, S .... ...... 9 , 206 50 Canfield, J. ......... . CANTERBURY CLUB ..... 226 CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB ............. 227 Capriola, R. . . . . . ,41, 194 Cappelluti, P. . . ..... 204 Cappleman, J. .. .... 187 Carbine, B. .... ...... 1 83 Cardenas, M. ....... 16, 212 CARDINAL KEY ....... 225 Cardoza, C. ..200, 243, 263 Carey, B. .... ...... 2 06 Carlin, I. ...,. -l, 229, 232 Carlson, J. ........... 202 Carlson, L. ........... 56 Carlson, L. .... 13, 202, 236 Carlson, L. D. ......... 222 Carlson, L. S. ...34, 68, 202 228, 263 Carlson, S. ... .... .. 218 Carothers, J. . . . , .72, 188 214, 216 Carpenter, A. ....,.... 16 Carpenter, B. ......... 206 Carpenter, S. .,68, 184, 216 Carrara, J. ......... 9, 202 Caroll, G. .... ..... 4 1, 194 Carroll, J. .... 214, 233, 234 Carrol, J. ..., 179, 184, 185 Carroll, N. ........ 189, 214 'Carter, J. . . ........ 260 Carter, V. . . .... 231 Caruther, J. ...,....., 243 Carvalho, D. ........., 222 Castelazo, D. .188, 243, 255 Castro, T. .....,...... 243 Caswell, B. ......... 9, 208 Cates, D. . .68, 204, 225, 260 Ceresa, B. .... 206, 225 244 Chapman, S. ......... I. 218 114 Chappel, K. ...., 77, 98, Charshaf, J. . . .34, 222, Chase, G. ........,.. . 226 194 Chey, G. ..... . . . 41 Chidlan, B. . . . ..... . . 230 Chiliian, R. ........... 236 Choate, L. ..... 22, 222, 238 Christensen, B. .,... 255, 263 Christensen, D. .....,.. 41 Christensen, E. . .37, 232, 248 Christensen, G. ..... 16, 194 Church, E. ........ 234, 262 Cilles, J. ..... ...... 2 59 Cmek, B. .. ......, 260 Clacher, M. ...... 41, 230 C Clapp, R. .. ......... 232 Clark, B. .,..,...... 78, 80 Clemens, V. . . ,220, 228, 254 Cleveland, S. ...,,..... 234 Cloonan, J. ..,... ,.194, 235 Closter, S. ........ 246, 247 Coates, C. ..8, 45, 182, 260 Cobb, D. ..,...... 220, 253 Cobb, E. ............. 34 Cocciolo, H. ....,..... 217 Cochran, M. 22, 180, 237, 263 Coddington, B. ........ 239 Cole, D. ............ 9, 231 Coleman, D. .,.... 196, 244 COLLEGE Y ........... 228 Collier, M. ........... 253 Collings, A. ..213, 222, 246 Collins, A. ........... 13" Collyer, P. ..,.. 22, 222 228 Colwell, M. .... 13, 180, 246 Comegys, R. ...,....., 56 Conaway, D. . . ...,.. 204 Congdon, S. . . . .... 68 234 Connelly, S. .......... 186 Conover, F. ........ 37, 235 Contreras, H. .244, 253, 254 Cook, D. ............. 196 Cooke, J. . . . ..,. . . 204 Cooper, B. . . . . . .16, 224 Corho,J. 198 Cornelius, M. . . . .22, 237 Cornelius, R. . . . . .37, 227 Cornish, W. . . . .... . . 217 Cornwell, D. ....... 31, 251 Cornwell, S. .... 68, 72, 188 255, 263 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB . . .229 Costa, B. .....,. ,.... 6 7 Costa, E. .. ..... 244, 255 Cotant, R. .,...,...... 228 Cote, R. ....., 13, 236, 244 Cottet, L. .......,. 240, 241 Cotton, F. .,.... 37, 228, 232 Cotton, J. . .32, 79, 213, 240 Cotton, R. ..,......... 16 Couch, C. ....... . . . 186 Coulter, B. ..,...,.... 182 Countryman, F. ,,..,.. 228 Cowan, J. ....., 73, 79, 188 255, 263 Cox, J. ..........,.,. 184 Cox, S. ........,,.... 22 Coyle, W. 87, 256, 260, 263 Cozad, M. .69, 184, 216, 255 Cozby, D. ,......,.... 13 Colby, K.- ..,......... 22 Cranmore, R. . . . . . 9 Craveiro, R. , . . . 215 Craver, E. . . . 91 Craver, G. .. ,..,..,. 234 Crawford, J. .......... 202 Crawford, R. . . .31, 217, 222 Creagh, 8. ........... 234 Creger, D. ......... 37, 232 Creighton, L. ........., 22 CRIMINOLOGY CLUB .... 230 Cripe, E. ......,,, 224, 232 Cromarty, D. .......... 91 Crookham, J. ...... 206, 244 Culbertson, J. . . ..... . 68 Cunliffe, S. . . ,.,, 234 Curtis, 8. . . . . . 217 D Daggs, S. .... .... 2 2, 186 Dahlinger, F. ......... 204 DAIRY CLUB ...,,..,.. 231 Damir, R. 222, 228, 251, 263 Daniels, S. 69, 186, 216, 218 Dann, D. ,........ . . . 234 Dann, L. .. ,...., 198 Davey, L. . . . . .68, 202 Dauer, C. .... .... 8 6, 87 Davidson, M. ,...., 188, 257 Davis, C. . ,.,..,...... 208 Davis, J. ..68, 69, 184, 206 Davis, R. ............ 12 Dawald, D. . . . . 222 Dawson, J. . .... 234 Deal, M. . . . . .68, 72 Dean, A. ...., .... 2 3 Decker, B. .....,....... 234 DeBenedetto, A. ..., 217, 244 DeBenedetto, L. . .23, 68, 184 222, 244 De8enedetto, M. ....... 198 Deira, R. ......... 206, 259 Del Real, F. . . . Delson, R. . . . , . DELTA GAMMA DELTA ZETA . . . DELTA SIGMA PHI 41 ,......43 ,....,.182 .......184 .....,.194 Deluca, J. ..,...... 41, 194 De Matteis, J. 187, 233, 234 De Mora, J. ... ,..,....189 De Mera, N. 193, 196, 244 Dench, D. . . . ...... 42, 260 Denton, P. ...,. 15, 224, 236 dePhyffer, P. .....,.. 194 De Roco, G. . .....,.. 212 Despina, M. . ..,..,.. 17 Deveze, R. ...... 68, 69, 180 244, 255, 263 Devincenzi, J. ,..,. 35, 244 Devitt, M. ,.... 45, 198, 260 DeVries, B. ......... 23, 198 Dewar, D.... ,.... 20 DeWing, R. . .35, 193, 206 Dewsen, J. . . ....... . 57 Dilley, G. ,23, 238, 248, 263 Dirkson, B. .,..,.,. 70, 208 Dixon, L. .......... 34, 196 Dobson, T. ...228, 229, 232 Dodd, P. ...... ., 206 Doffing, P. ....... 234, 244 Doig, D. . .13, 206, 222, 246 Doig, R. . , .. .25, 204, 222 Dominguez, M. .... 194, 217 Donaldson, J. . . ,... . 56 Donie,A.... 35 Donie, M. ... ..'. 190, 252 Donihue, R. . .. . . .225, 228 253, 263 Donny, H. . . . .... . .202 Doodokyan, J. . . . . . 17 Dorgan, M. . . . .184 Dorn. l.. .... . .. 17 Dory,Z. .. ...196 Dotson, D. . . . . .198 Doty, A. .... ,........ 2 31 Dowler, L. ............ 53 Downey, R. .... 69, 188, 255 Doyle, W. .. .,... 13, 244 Drane, D. . . . ....., 9, 224 Draper, C. ....,... 222, 234 Drew, C. ...... 13, 222, 246 Driscoll, J. .... 68, 217, 218 Dubisch, R. ........... .. 55 DuBose, J. .. ...,218, 234 Duke, J. .... .... 5 6 Dungan, D. . .... 259 Dunn, S. .,... ...... 2 27 Durgarian, G. ..,... 34, 220 Durney, J. .... .... 2 3, 238 Dutcher, C. ........... 77 Duty, K. ............. 17 Duty, M. 237, 247, 252, 261 Dwight, M. ,.......... 42 E Easter, B. ..... 23, 198, 222 Eastman, F. ........ 17, 198 Eckert, B. ...... ...... 2 37 Echrinburg, L. .......... 251 Edgerly, A. .....,.. 69, 181 233, 234, 244 Edholm, S. ...... 68, 69, 80 214, 233, 234 Ekizian, A. ............ 37 Ekizian, L. ..... 23, 184, 237 Ellis, R. ... ........ ..217 Embrey, J. .. ........ . 35 Emerzian, B. . . . . .198 Emmett, J. ..... ...215 Endeer, P. ............ 208 ENGINEERS CLUB .....,. 232 Erickson, C. .,.. 23, 184, 240 Erickson, J. . . .204, 215, 226 Etchegoinberry, M. . .184, 244 Etheridge, M. ...... 247, 261 Eurgubian, H. ...... 91, 208 Evans, R. .... ..... 5 3 Ewan,A. ....217 Ewing, P. .. ...218 F Facio, E. . . . , .32, 239, 241 254, 262 Facio, L. . . ....,. 80, 239 Falk, K. .... . 53 Fanucch, E. ...241, 254, 262 Faria, B. ..... .........204 r6n6,J. ..... 244,261,262 rqney, J. ........ 1s4, 22a Faurm J. .42, 221, 224, 263 Faust, 5. .... . Feaver, M. . , . .........228 .........217 Ferrer, D. ..... 69, 241, 244 Fickle, F. .... . Fikes, J. .... . 229, 250, 254 57 Fimbres, R. .,.. .... 1 96 Finkbiner, F. . . . . . . . .198 Fiorentino, M. . . . . .23, 180 Fiorini, B. . . .... 234 Firpo, R. ... ....208 Fisher, B. .. ..... 222 Fisher, K. . . . . .30, 220 Fisk, M. .... . 53 Fletcher, F. ........ 35, 204 Fletcher, N. ..220, 227, 253 Flores, L. . . . . Flynn, M. . . Foote, N. . . . Foote, R. . , . Ford, H. . .. Ford, N. ..., . Forrester, D. .. .........200 ......179 ...17, 253 .,.42,198 ....9, 220 .........234 .........188 Forth, D. 208, 244, 258, 262 Forus, K. .217, Foss, F. ..... . Fradin, J. .. . . Fraker, V. . . . , 218,246,263 .31j244,2s1 .........202 .23, 222, 238 Fraysher, D. . ....... 9, 224 FRESHMEN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON CLUB ..... 233 Fricker, H. .. . Frinnell, R. . . . Friwell, R. . . Funk, J. . . Funk, R. . . G 53 ...68,232 ......204 ....181, 234 ...17,198 Gage, M. ..... 188, 244, 255 Gaines, B. ..... , . .-228, 229 Gamage, R. .. Gammell, A. . . . ..... 35 ........188 Gann, H. ......... 222, 228 Garabedian, R. Garabedian, J. .....68, 250 .........202 Garbett, B. .,..... 198, 217 Garcia, J. ..... 31, 210, 213 243, 244 Garcia, L. ..... 80, 222, 241 244, 254 Gardner, J. .... 23, 200, 222 Garrett, D. . . . .. ....... 181 Gaumnitz, M. . .10, 14, 2311! Gee, F. ..,......... 68, 227 Gelb, H. .............. 10 GEOLOGY CLUB ......., 235 George, W. .........,.. 244 Gerard, A. ...15,17, 67, 198 212, 2214' Gerlitz, G. ......... 37, 215 Gerner, C. . .68, 69, 186, 222 Giampaoli, E. . .17, 212, 244 Gibbs, R. ...., 42, 194, 228 Giffen, G. . . ....... 182 Giffen, S. . . . .... 71, 182 Gilbreth, B. . . ...... 196 Gillespie, M. ...... 247, 261 Gillespie, S. . . . .... . . . 35 Giometti,D. 17 Girard, G. .. .. 78 Glenn, M. . . ..... 258 Glim, R. .... .,.... 5 6 Gloria, L. ... ...13, 236 Golladay, D. .. .... 15, 204 Goerlich, D. . . . . . . . 196 Goldberg, A. . . ...... 208 Gonzales, A. , . .... 17, 212 Goodale, C. .. ...., 202 Goodall, W. .......... 17 Goodrich, B. ...... 218, 224 234, 261 Gorharn, D. ....... 228, 239 Goshgorian, B. ...... 37, 199 212, 227 Goss, J. ...... .... 9 1, 263 Gottfredson, D. . . . . . 57 Gowdo'n, V. . . . . . 188 Gowin, L. . . . . . 57 Grant, M. ............ 23 Grant, 5. ............ 218 Greenfield, B. 240, 247, 261 Gregorio, L. .... 17, 224, 244 Griff, B. -. , . ...... . 244 Griff, E. ............. 260 Griffis, S. .,....... 184, 247 Grilione, P. 34, 190, 213, 220 Grout, S. ............ 244 Graff, C. ..... 78, 213, 262 Gross, S. .. ......,.. 234 Grosse, M. . . . . . . 54 Growel, R. ........... 31 Growdon, V. ......... 23 Grusdat, P. 68, 179, 184, 216 Guinn, B. ......... 23, 182 Guinn, R. 24, 62, 65, 196, 222 Guler, A. .,.. 8, 24, 69, 182 216, 263 Gumz, A. .35, 224, 252, 261 Gustafson, T. ........ 258 H Haar, P. ............. 214 Haas, D. ...... 38, 232, 261 Haas, P. . . . ....... . . 247 Hackett, T. . . . ..... 17, 199 Haclsall, C. ......., 68, 188 Haggard, M. .... 78, 79, 213 Haggerton, W. ...... 63, 230 Hagopian, L. , . .24, 222, 239 Hall, B. .............. 24 Hall, D. . . . ....,. 35, 237 Hall, F. ............... 9 Halls, S. .... 42, 68, 69, 179 190, 228, 254 Hamilton, D. ........ 78, 79 Hamm, W. ........... 42 Hammitt, J. ..189, 228, 234 Hamparson, E. ........ 222 Hamparson, F. ..... 24, 238 Hampton, L. ..35, 190, 191 222, 251, 252 Hanada, N. .......... 217 Handley, H. .......... 200 Hansen, D. 222, 247, 252, 261 Hansen, I. ....... 218, 246 Hansen, J. ..... 70, 94, 114 188, 257 Hansen, L. , .68, 69, 193, 206 Hansen, M. ........... 234 Hansen, P. ....... . . . .208 265 Hotchkiss, H. ..... 195,' 263 Hanvey, 8. .. ....... . 91 Hard, B. .............. 234 Hardgrave, D. . .35, 252, 261 Hare, J. ......... 228, 232 Harless, C. .. .... 35, 204 Harms, M. ........ 24, 222 Harp, B. ............. .228 Harper, H. .... 24, 228, 239 Harr, P. .........,.... 186 Harris, J. .... . Harrison, M. .. 182, .67, 69, 205 183 228, 229, 256 Harrison, R. ........... 57 Harrison, R. ........... 56 Harrod, B. ..... 16, 38, 202 ' 221, 250' Hart, F. ..... .... 3 8, 250 Hartley, V. ............ 217 Hartman, E. .... 68, 69, 190 226, -228, 263 Hartmen, J. ....... 228, 234 Horton, J. ............ 57 Haskell, M. 17 24, 188, 257' Haskell S. .... 188, 244, 255 Hawbecker, A. ......... 56 Hawley, D. ,.......... 217 Haycox, M. . . . . . 188, 246 Haycraft, D. ........ 97, 115 Haycraft, M. ...... 186, 263 Hayden, C. . . . .... . .234 Haydock, D. . . . . . 38 Hayes, H. .. . ....... . .259 Hayes, J. ............. 10 Haze, J. ..... 217, 237, 239 Heath, L. ......... 217, 237 Hebert, J. .....,... 34, 194 Heffernan, F. ...... 184, 244 Heiett, C. ..... . . . . Heiple, C. ........ . . Heitzen rader, K. ...... . Helms, S. . . .62, 93, 98, Henderson, B. . ..... . . . .234 ..57 .199 188 . 57 Hendrickson, S. 190, 222, 261 Hendsch, D. 18, 24, 221, Hendsch, S. ......... . Henkel, J. . . . . . .180, Henricks, D. . . . . . . . Henricksen, E. ...... 18, 228' .186 253 .208 205 Henricksen, R. ...... 38, 232 Henriksen, J. ..15, 238, 246 Hensley, A. ..,........ 217 Herbert, D. ..... 68, 69, 185 2-16, 217 Herbert, J. ............ 54 Hergenroeder, R. . .19, 45, 87 256, 260' Hernandez, B. . .20, 32, 2134' Hernandez, W. ..... 42, 230 Homen, M. .. .... 24, 245 Homsy, B. .. ...21, 32, 205 213, 245' Hoover, M. ........ 233, 234 Hortsmann, J. ...18, 67, 68, 193 196 Howard, G. ........ 18, 205 13 Howard, J. ........... . Howell, J. .. .190, 247, Hruska, M. .... 24, 69, 261 190, 222, 237, 239, 261 Huchobey, D. .......... 236 Hudelson, C. ..45, 256, 260 Huffsmith, R. ..96, 186, 222 Hughes, L. ......,..... 24 Hughes, W. . . ..... 38, 232 Hulbert, F. . . . ..... . .196 Hunt, M. .... ........ 2 18 Hunter, M. ..,.... 245, 261 Hurst, J. ...... 25, 81, 222, 226, 238 I lnami, L. ........ 234, 242 INDUSTRIAL ARTS ...... 236 lngoldsby, L. . .207, 225, 263 Ingles, L. ............. 54 INTERFRATERNITY ....... 193 INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN Jones, N. .. ... 10, Jones,P. .. Jones, R. . . ..... 195, Jones, T. ........... . . Jones, W. . . . 202, 235, Jordan, A. . . . 208, 258, Jordon, S. ..., 25, 223, Jorgensen, J. . . .18, 23, Joyal, A. Jr. ......... . Joyal, A., Sr ...... 48, FELLOWSHIP ......... 237 Isaak, B. ......... 25, 222 Ivey, C. ..... ...... 4 2 J Jachens, I. ........ 180, 245 Jackson, 8. ........... 217 Jackson, M. . . .222, 228, 247 Jacobsen, A. ...... 182, 216 Jacobsen, D. .......... 194 Jacobsen, M. ..... 223, 237, 247, 252, 261 Jacobsen, R. ...... 205, 253 Jacobsen, W. .... 205, 258 Jacques, L. ........... 57 James, T. .34 237, 253, 263 Janic, H. ...... 35 Janzen, H. .. . .... . .253 Jarvis, D. . . ........ 263 Jeffus, T. ........ 199, 236 Jensen, J. ........ 220, 246 Jensen, R. .13, 218, 223, 246 51 Jepsen, V. ........... . Johansen, A. ....... 75, 204 Johnson, A. ........... 18 Johnson, C. ........... 42 Johnson, J. . .8, 22, 25, 179, 186, 214, 223, 237, 238, 257, 263' Hibbert, J. ............ 18 Hickman, J. . . . .62,'70, 94 188, 214 Hiebert, E. .. .... 222, 228 Hiebert, M. ............ 237 Hier, R. . .214, 226, 237, 251 Hilbert, M. .... T' ....... 237 Hill, B. ............... 194 Hill, D. ...... 24, 222, 224 Hill,F.... ....... ...42 Hill, J. .... 222, 237 Hill, J. . .... 217, 222 Hill, R. ..... .24, 199, 222 Hines, D. .... 199, 217 Hirasuna, J. . ..... 71, 257 Hirst, B. .... ......... 2 04 Hodges, M. .. ..... 69, 186 Hodgson, M. . .208, 225 263 Hogg, R. .... . ......53,57 Hogrefe, L. . . .18, 205, 258 Holden, B. ........ 214, 237 Holden, W. ........... 57 Holding, J. .. .... 234, 245 Hollingsworth, Holtz, E. . . . . C. ...10, 237 ......10, 231 Johnson, J. ...31, 217, 241, 246 Johnson, L. ...... 223, 237 Johnson, M. ........... 25 Johnson, P. .... 25, 217, 223 Johnson, P. . .......... 223 Johnson, R. ...... 205, 259 Johnson, W. . . . 10, 226, 231 Jones, B. .... 180, 245, 263 Jones, E. .............. 25 Jones, G. . . .... 13, 246 Jones, I. .. .... 218, 223 Jones, J. ......... 74, 234 Jones, M. .... 241, 246, 254 224 63 200 196 263 263 238 205 199 225 Joyal, D. ..... .. . 24, 87" Judy, D. .... ........ I 96 Junell, B. ............ 194 Jurgensen, K. .. 68, 182 255 Justesen, L. .......... 77 K Kahn, W. ,........... 224 Kantarakis, C. ........ 246 KAPPA ALPHA THETA . . .186 KAPPA DELTA Pl ....... 238 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. .188 KAPPA PHRATERES ..,... 239 KAPPA SIGMA ......... 196 Karr, K. ............. 255 Kasamatsu, S. 25, 223, 237, 239, 242 Kazaniian, R. ..... 31, 210 Keagle, C. ...,. 25, 223, 226 Keim, K. .... ........ 1 18 Kelzer, V. .... . . . 25, 241 Kenefick, T. . . . . . . . . 231 Kenneaster, G. ........ 186 Kennedy, P. ...... 237, 245 Kenneson, S. 35, 190, 223, 252, 261 Keosheyan, A. ......... 234 Kessler, C. .... . . 180, 254 Kidd, J. .... ......... 3 5 Khalidy, M. ..... 229 Kim, W. ...... 18, 223, 253 Kinord, T. ........ 196, 232 King, P. ..... 182, 214, 246 King, R. .. . ..... 38, 232 KI PRI .... ....... 2 37 Kiser, G. ... ... 68, 188 Klassen, R. ............ 42 Kleider, B. .... 69, 184, 185 Klise, R. ......... 210, 217 Knapp, M. .... 25, 195, 223 Knight, R. ............. 35 Koch, C. . . . .,.... . . 205 Koeker, J. ............ 25 Koenig, W. . . . 182, 223, 245 Kohfield, C. ........... 263 Kollmeyer, W. ......... 206 Koch, J. 25, 180, 247, 261 Koumrian, E. ........... 78 Kramer, D. ........... 208 Krous, C. ........ 234, 253 Krous, V. 25, 42, 186 187, 241, 251, 257' Krum, B. ............. 246 Kruse, D. 189, 228, 233, 234 Kubota, M. 38, 220, 239, 242, 261 Kuhlman, M. 72, 79, 202, 213 Kuhn, W. ......... 42, 245 Kusch, W. 36, 207, 258, 259 L LaBohn, W. . . ...... 207 Lacy, G. . 228, 260 Lahanos, G. 36, 245, 252, 261 Lahann, F. ......... 26, 245 Lamb, R. .............. 10 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA .... 198 Lamkin, M. ........... 197 Lamonica, J. . ,,..,, 245 Lampert, B. . . . . . 188, 263 Lane, E. ............. 197 Lanfranco, A. .......... 91 LanFranco, S. . .202, 227, 250 Lang, C. ........ 218, 227 Lang, F. 62, 64, es, 66, zoa, 221, 228, 256, 260, 263 Long, R. 209, 225, 228, 260, 263 Langhans, H. ..... 38, 224, 232, 245 Lankford, J. . . .217, 218, 234 Large, C. ........ 180, 220 Larrabee, C. ........... 56 Larrieu, G. .. ...... . 33 Larve, S. .... 26, 180 Low, R. . .. ...... 10, 220 Lawton, B. ...191, 218, 239 Leos, S. .......... 68, 202 Leavitt, G. ............ 57 LE CERCLE FRANCAIS .... 241 Leer, N. .............. 91 Lehman, D. . .. .. . 26, 238 Leisle, H. ..... ....... 2 41 Lemon, L. ....... 219, 260 Leonardo, Ann ......... 99 Lester, J. ......... 38, 258 LeValley, L. .. ..... . 56 Levin,C.... ......50 Levin, M. . ......... 223 Levis, L. . . . . . 245, 260 Lewis, E. ,. 220, 253 Lewis, J. .. ... 18, 212 Liddell, J. ..,. ..... 2 04 Lindgren, D. ....,...... 10 Lindley, L. ............ 205 Lindly, J. ..... 26, 186, 223 Link, H. ............. 195 Litzenberg, P. ..... 188, 260 Lockhart, L. . . . . . . 69, 195 Loewe, D. .. 18 Lokey, B. .... . . . 232 Lonborg,E. 196 Looft, J. .......... 38, 235 Looper, W. ....... 205 253 Lopez, o. 26, ea, 65, ao 219, 223, 239, 245, 262 Lopez, R. 237, 239, 245 Lorenzo, M. ........ 80, 245 Louderback, L. ......... 200 Lovelace, M. . . . . 180, 223 Lovine, S. . . . . . 234, 245 Lowe,M. .... ..180 Lowry, L. ......... 36, 258 Lucas, C. ............. 57 Lucidi, M. 26, 45, 86, 238, 256, 257, 260, 263' 63 Lund, D. .... ........ . Lundberg, H. . . . . . . . . 224 Lundburg, K. ...... 18, 212 Lundquist, N. ......... 214 LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSN. ............... 240 Lyman, J. .. .. 182, 246 Lynch,D.... .....220 Lyon, E... ....55 M Maas,C... ...18 Maas,M.... ...26 Maas, P. .. .. 197 Manuel, J. 99, 1 Macedo, S. .. ,. 26, 245 MacDonald, J. ......... 208 Machoian, J. ........,., 36 Macias, J. 69, 184, 245, 251, 261 MacPheeters, D. ........ 223 Madden, B. ....... 69, 234 Madden, E. . . . , . 187, 233 Madden, H. .. ,.... . 57 Madden, H. .. ... 51 Maddox, J. .. ... 14 Maddy, M. 188 Madewell, E. . . . . . . . . 200 Maedo, M. . , . . , . 36, 245 Maerzke,J.... 195 Maggiore, B. . 63, 202 Maisuda, Y. .,....,... 242 Maloney, N. ......, 38, 235 Mandal, R. . . . 38, 227, 248 Manning, F. . . . 26, 194, 215 Manuel, D. ..,... 239, 246 se, 214, 241, 251, 254, 257 Mar, E. .......... 26, 237 Margosian, A. . . 81, 118, 248 Marietta, G. ..... 206, 207 Markarian, C. . .68, 184, 216, 255, 263 Markarian, P. . . 69, 184, 263 Marks, D. ......... 26, 223 Marks, N. .....,. 187, 219 Marks, W. 68, 202, 221, 236, 250 Marler, C. .. , 228, 233, 234 Marsella, C. , ......... 180 Marsh, B. ......,,. 23, 186 Marsh, L. ,,.. . 34, 223, 237 Marshall, J. ...... 179, 190 Marshall, K. .......... 200 Martin, K. .. ...... 246 Martin, V. . . .... 14, 246 Mattos, R. ........ 18, 212 Matuk, F. ,... 10, 229, 231 Marum, K. ............ 42 Mason, J. .........,... 57 Mathias, R. ,......... 259 Matthews, M. 185, 228, 234, 239, 253 Matzek, J. ...,,,. 182, 214 Maulsby, L. . . ..... 188 Maxwell, W. ,.,... 14, 236 Mazedian, H. . . , ,.... 199 Mc McCarty, C. . . . . . 230 McCloskey, H. . . ..... . 68 McClung, R. ...... 14, 236 McClure, D. ...... 14, 236 McColaugh, D. 10, 320, 231 McCoun, J. ....,.. 217, 245 McDonald, 8. .... . . . 223 McGuinness, B. ........ 206 McKinley, B. ....... 68, 202 McLean, A. ...... 223, 237 McMurray, A. 184, 219, 223 McNan1ee, P .... McNeeIy, F. . . . McNitt, N. 74, 2 . ...... 198 ........230 19, 228, 234 McQueen, C. .... . 219, 224 McRae, A. ............ 10 Means, R. 74, 204, 263 Mears, F. ........ 236 14, Medlock, E. .. .,.. 184, 223 Meier, N. .... ...... 1 91 Melkonian, M. . . . . 43, 87 Melkonian, V. .....,... 43 Meissen, M. . . .. 38, 232 Mencerelli, 5. 27, 63, 184, 185, 245' Mendes, L. ........ 10, 187 Mersola, C. . . . 36, 199, 258 Metzler, S. 186, 241, 251, 263 Meyer, P. ...... 217, 245 Meyers, N. ..,.. 234, 260 Micciancio, C. ..,.. 27, 245 Miller, B. 39, 209, 232, 234 Miller, E. 182, 228, 233, 251 Miller, J. ,.... 11, 220, 224 Miller, M. ............ 234 Miller, P. 179, 180, 239, 263 Miller, R. ............ 199 Minasian, K. . . . 27, 200, 223 Mink, R. ..... 39, 228, 232 Mitchell, J. 68, 214, 233, 235 Mitchell, M. . . . 73, 190, 228 Mitchell, N. ...... 36, 261 Mitchell, R. ....... 27, 246 Mobayen, R. . . . 11, 224, 229 Mobley, L. . . . 195, 256, 260 Moglia, N. ........... 217 Mohling, M. .......... 219 Mohn, J. ....,,... 39, 232 Monachella, J. ..... 36, 207 Monk, 8. .,........... 34 Monson, J. 31, 219, 235, 237, 251 Mcrnts, E. ............. 57 Moore, J. . . , . 253, 258 Moore, L. ...,..,...... 27 Morey, R. 11, 207, 245, 258 Morgan, P. ...... 182, 254 Morgan, S. ......., 68, 263 Morris, C. ..... 33, 223, 241 Morris, M. ., .... 180, 181 Morris, T. ............ 259 Morrison, N. . . 193, 208, 209 Morton, G. ...,.,,.... 227 Mueller, M. ....... 31, 220 Mulhern, T. 69, 213, 245, 263 Mullen, 5. ............ 256 Multanen, J. ........... 43 MU PI EPSILON ....,... 241 Murphy, C. 33, 223, 241, 254 Murphy, D. . .,... 200, 245 Murphy, J. 27, 28, 221, 223, 228, 238' Murray, N. . . . 194, 195, 256 Murray, R. 67, 205, 221, 248, 253, 258 Musick, K. . . . 247, 252, 261 Myers, D. ........ 27, 223 Myers, O. .... 36, 65, 258 N Nagel, P. .. .. 190 Naiarian, A. . . . . 27 Nagarian, J. ..... .... 2 32 Nakamura, J. ......... 242 Nakashima, Y. 34, 220, 242 Nakata, P. ........... 242 Nall, R. ............. 228 Nance, M. .... 69, 179, 182 Nurbaitz, A. .... - ..... 197 Narbaitz, J. .. .... 11, 197 Nash, D. ............ 198 Nash, J. . ........... 206 Nattenherg, D. 78, 202, 225, 250, 253, 262 Neal, D. ..,.,.... ..... 1 1 Neal, J. . . 68, 203, 225, 253 Neel, C. .............. 11 Negin, K. ............ 209 Nelson, B. 68, 217, 237, 254, 255 Nelson, P. ............ 186 Nelson, R. .. Nester, S. Nevins, C. ....... 180, Nevins, D. .... 36, 180, NEWMAN CLUB ...,... Ng, C. ...69, 185, 227, 235, Nickell, W. .. , 34, Nielson, B. .......... . Nieto, R. .......,. 11, Nikkel, M. 69, 189, 233, Niklaus, B. 94, 186, 214, Niklaus, C. ....,..... . Nilan, J. ....... . Nino, R. 229, 232, Noble, E. ........... . Noblin, R. . ,.... . . 39, Nole, R. ,,.. 196, 197, Norton, R. ....., . NSEI CLUB ....,.. Nunes, A. .. Nunez, M. .. O O'Banion, J. 91, 209, Odle, C. 207, 225, 232, Odorfer, E. ..... . 230 . 18 263 261 .245 233, 237 220 197 224 235 216 205 194 245 . 14 250 213 195 .242 . 43 200 260, 263 263 . 57 259 . 72 259 225 195 194 .246 254 .247 245 223 Ogden, G. .. ... 201, Oliver, D. .. OIiver,J... Oliver, R. . . . . . 195, Olives, L. .........,.. . Olsen, N. ......,.... . OMICRON SIGMA PI . .. Opper, C. ........ 43, ORCHESIS ..,......... Ortiz, G. . . ., . 201, Orosco, R. ..., . 27, Osborne, J. ........, . .63 Ostrom, B. ....... 190, 228 Ostrom, S. .... 69, 201, 223 Otter, D. .. P 181 Pace, D. . . 68, 205, 225 Pacheco, L. 27, 229, 232, 245 Padilla, B. . ,.... . 245 , 263 , 258 199 Page, S. .......... 11, Pagni, C. 11, 205, 226, 259 Paley, J. ....... . PANHELLENIC COUNCIL . Pa'nkratz, B. 29, 33, 61 65, 66, 103, 205, 213, . 39, 227 Pankratz, L. ..... . Pantell, J. 28, 180, 223, 195. .179 . 64. 221' 237, 240 219 Papa, P. ........ 216, Papagni, E. .. . 27, 180, 223 Paiegian, A. .... . Parigan, P. ..... . . 39, . 77, 199 235 Parker, L. ..... 28, 223, 224 Parker, P. . . . . Parsons, C. . . Payne, H. . . Pearce, R. . . . Pearson, L. . . . . Pedroncelli, C. . . Percival, R. . . . . Perhab, D. 237, Person, V. ...... . 217 ..... 190 . 195,232 . 14, 236 197, 253 208 208 247, 254, 263 228, 229 Peters, J. . . . . . 180, 228 Peters, K. ........ 201, 259 Peters, M. ........... 263 Petersen, R. 73, 195, 232, 263 Peterson, D. .......... 246 Peterson, M. ...... 237, 240 Peterson, P. . . . .... . . . 188 Peterson, R. . . . . . . 28, 237 Petruzzi, J. . . . . . . 39, 250 Pewthers, B. ...... 77, 235 PHI KAPPA PHI ........ 248 PHI MU .............. 190 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA.249 PHI SIGMA KAPPA ..... ' 200 Phillips, D. ........... 215 Phillips, L. ,...... . 15, 236 Phillips, M. ....,. 235, 246 Philpott, D. . . .205, 236, 258 PHYSICS CLUB ......... 250 PI EPSILON ..... . . .252 PI GAMMA MU .. ...251 PI OMEGA PI .......,. 253 Piacentine, V. ........ 182 Piani, A.. .182, 219, 245, 246 Pierce, D. 28, 223, 228, 238 Pippert, D. 219, 233, 235, 237 Pitts, R. ..... . 199 Poochigian, D. 91, 184, 223, 226, 260, 262 Pollard, C. 11, 197, 220 Popendorf, P. ......... 184 Porch, L. .............. 54 Portilla, M. ...... 233, 235 Potter, L. .... 233, 235, 261 Powell, B. ............. 78 Powell, F. ............ 57 Powers, J. 28, 30, 220, 221, 224, 228, 238, 262' Poythress, R. ........ . 254 Prety, L. ..........,. 1 89 Pretzer, D. 39, 69, 202, 220, 221, 250 Price, C. 19, 239, 246, 248 Price, D. ........ 195, 225 Price, J. ... ... 203, 215 Probst, A. ...... .. 28, 261 Proodian, S. ....... 14, 236 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB ..... 254 Pugh, J. .... . 31 Fuentes, M. ......... . 217 Puhl, R. ....... 19, 69, 195 Pusey, L. . .. 43, 69, 203 Q Quiroz, C. 28, 245, 251 Quist, K. .. ...... 28, 237 R Rader, L. ..... .. 210, 217 Rainville, R. ......... 204 Ramirez, M. .. Ramon, J. .. .. ....... 43 28, 237, 238 Ramsden, G. .......... 34 Ramsden, J. ...... 194, 195 'Ranagan, R. . . Rankin, L. 68, 206 69,201,262 Rasmussen, J. 28, 31, 62, 64, 66, 188, 189, 215, 237, 245, 2571' Rasmussen, P. ......... 197 Rasner, R. ..... 43, 69, 201 Rathwick, D. ...... 71, 205 Rauta, K. .,.. ..... 2 46 Ravalin, D. . . . .... 36, 199 Rawley, R. . . ......... 191 Rea, D. ...... 39, 217, 250 Rea, R. ...........,.. 54 Rebensdorf, L. ..... 233, 235 Reed, A. ......... 28, 238 Rehart, R. 66, 79, 181, 235, 262 Rehart, S. 32, 33, 78, 213, 221, 226, 262' Reimer, D. ........ 28, 224 Reinhardt, R. .......... 205 Saghatelian, E. 15, 236 Saghatelian, H. ........ 263 Sambueso, D. ..... 223, 245 Sampson, L. 29, 223, 237, 245 Sampson, R. .. 12, 226, 262 Samuelian, C. . . 68, 180, 263 Sant Agata, C. 45, 207, 221, 245, 256, 260 Sanwo, M. ........ 38, 242 Reinhardt, W. ......... 209 Reinheardt, M. 28, 182, 223 Reitz, J. .... 219, 245, 261 Renning, M. 28, 33, 62, 186, 187, 214, 237, 238, 251, 57' 2 Rhodes, L. ........ 235 246 Rhodes, R. . ........... I 226 Rice, G. 43, 193, 195, 263 Rice, L. ...... 26, 69, 186 Rice, T. ......... 19, 197 Richards, L. ....... 19, 253 Richart, M. . . . 219, 235, 261 Ricketts, P. ,.......... 182 Riddle, R. ,... 29, 223, Riechel, D. . . .34, 39, 62, 65, 66, 203, 221, 2 230 64, 50' Riffel, D. ............ 237 Riley, J. ........ 193, 205 Rippetoe, J. . . . . . . . 183 Robertson, D. . . . . 199 Robertson, M. . . . . . 235 Robertson, R. ...,..... 219 Robinson, D. ......... 202 Robinson, J. 43, 204, 230, 263 Robinson, M. ........ 187 Robinson, R. . . . . 235 Robinson, V. . . . . 182 Robison, M. . . . . . 219 Rodriquez, G. . . . . . 217 Roehl, J. .. ..... 204 Roger, M. . . ....... 223 Rogers, E. . . . . . 227, 250 Rogers, M. .. .. 186, 216 Roginson, B. , . ..... . , . 206 Sarabian, S. .......... 259 Sarco, L. ....,........ 197 Savala, J. ...,..... 33, 254 sevial, 1.. .29, 35, iso, 223, 263' Saville, R. ..... . ...... 199 Sawtelle, S. ..... 188, 223 Say, B. . . . 29, 223, 237, 239 Scambray, B. ......... 205 Scambray, J. . . . . . 199 Scharton, T. . . , . . 19 Schedler, N. . . . . . . 235 Scheideman, R. . . . . . . 259 Schenel, R. .... . . . 199 Scherr, S. .... . . . 202 Schletevitz, S. . . . . . 259 Schmid, F. ........... 245 Schmid, F. ........... . Schoefer, J. . . .223, 228, Schulz, M. ., ...... .. 236 261 189 Schumann, J. ......... 29 sum, c. ..... 152, 206, 217 Scott, D. . . 12, 206, 226, 231 Scott, F. ............ 217 Scott, J. 33, 69, 207, 226, 228, 260, 263 Scott, J. 68, 72, 73, 190, 228, 255, 260, 263 Scott, R. ............ 179 Sedoo, P. ............. 34 Sedor, D. ........ 12, 205 Seher, J. 29, 182, 223, 237 Seibert, P. ......,.... 198 Seifert, R. ........ 237, 260 Self, J. . . 34, 223, 247, 261 Sell, S. .............. 199 Sellers, S. ...,....... 197 Semper, M. ...... 188, 237 Senner, S. ........ 34, 220 Shahpar, J. . . 39, 68, 69, 228 shammq, A. .. 39, 229, 232 Sharae, M. ..,..,... .. 39 Shaw,D. 186 Shaw, W. .... 208 Sheehan, P. .. ..... . 55 Sheehan, R. . . . . . 29, 223 Sheesley, G. ....... 12, 224 Sheldon, C. ..... 186, 246 Shellrerne, S. ........ 235 Shepard, B. 56 Shepard,S. 183 Sherman, H. .. ...... . 56 Shirley, D. . . . 200, 217 Shuang, J. ........... 227 Shoemaker, R. ..... 40, 232 shupe, c. ........ 15, 236 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON . .204 SIGMA CHI ........... 206 SIGMA NU . . .... 208 SIGMA PI ....,..,..,. 210 Silva, S. ......... 195, 245 Silveira, A. 8, 29, 36, 67, 219, 223, 238, 239, 241, 245' Simmons, J. .. 19, 195, Rojas, C. ............. 55 Rosander, G. . . 11, 203, 221 Rose, C. .............. 57 Rose, S. ......,., 219, 235 Rosenbaum, G. .....,.. 210 Rosenbaum, W. .,.. 19, 215 Ross, C. ..... 14, 184, 246 Ross, P. .............. 253 Rossiter, J. ....., 202, 224 Ruble, D. 68, 186, 216, 255 Rudholrn, D. 236, 240, 258 Ruggels, B. ........ 11, 195 Rushing, G. ..... .... 2 04 Russell, C. . . . . . . 223 Russell, G. .. .. 215 Russell, J. .... .... 2 51 Rutherford, N. ..,.. 29, 182 Rutigliano, A. ..... 233, 235 Ryan, C. ..... , . . 195, 245 Ryan, G. ............. 208 Ryan, M. .......,. 11, 209 Ryan, P. 68, 97, 183, 214 S Sabounchien, H. . . .226, 229 Saesa, A. ..... .... 2 45 Safstrom, A. .... .... 5 1 Saghatelian, B. . . . . . 221 94, Simpson, Sims, M. 253 Simpkins, S. 31, 37, 67, 68, 190, 191, 241, 257' M. ......... . 29, Sin clair, L. ........ . 195 223 . 14 233 235 Sirabian, C. ...... 241, 260 Siraslian, R. .......... . Sivaslian, R. ......... . Slankard, D. 77, 233, 235, Slater, R. 263 206 Slavich, Y. . . . . . 19, 253 Slifman, B. ... .... 191 Sloan, M. . . ,.... 251 Small, F. .. 44, 207 Smith, A. . . ....... 198 smiih, c. ...I 219, 246 Smith, C. ..... 12, 38, 212' Smith, C. ........ 207, 231 Smith, D. 36, 184, 195, 238, 251, 261 smith, E. ........, 29, 237 Smith, J. ............. 180 Smith, L. 40, 194, 223, 235, ' ' 261 smi1h,n. ... ... 44, 215 Smith, W. . . ..... 236 Smith,W. .... 15 Smithson, W. ..... 205, 258 Smoyer, S. 68, 69, 70, 79, 180, 181, 263 Sonke, E. .... 233, 235, 239 Sonke, N. 29, 228, 237, 239 Surg, J. 44, 229, 230, 254, 263 SOPHOMORE SERVICE SOCIETY ............., 255 Sorrenti, F. 205, 232 Sourbeer, A. . . . 29, 223, 237 Sourbeer, M. ......... 238 Souza, D. ............ 231 Souza, R. .. 179, 188, 255 Spears, D. ........ 190, 228 SPEECH ARTS GUILD ...,, 256 Spence, A. ,....... 80, 181 Spence, G.. . .33, 39, 66, 81, 180, 213, 262, 273' Spencer, B. ..,........ 205 T Taibakhsh, P. ..... 228, 229, 231, 259 Takakiian R. .,..... 29, 253 Takemoto, T. ..,... 50, 223, 237, 239, 242 Takhan, S. ............ 259 Takikawa, H. . . .19, 212, 242 Takikawa, T. . . .19, 212, 242 Talley, A. ....,........ 263 Tamagni, M. ........... 228 Ta'nge, C. . . ......... .79 Tate, J. ,.......... 20, 205 Taylor, J. ...... 20, 42, 182, 183, 223, 245, 253 ' Taylor, R. ......... 200, 223 Taylor, W. .... 223, 235, 261 Teak, A. .......... 12, 229 Telesco, A. .... 40, 207, 232, 245 Tenney, E. . . . ...... . . .54 Termer,S. .. ...,186 Teweire, A. ... ....259 THETA CHI ... ....202 Thieek, R. . . .... 235 Thiel, R. ..... .... 1 96 Thiesfeld, N. . . . .... . . .15 Thomas, K. . . . .,... 81, 223 Thomas, M. . . ,... 255, 263 Thomason, C. . . . . .20, 203 Thomlinson, J. . . . . . . Thompson, K. . . . . . 207 185 Spencer, E. ............ 51 Spina, R. ........ 193, 205 Spraetz, P. 70, 202, 262 Stacey, H. . E .......... 50 Staebler, A. ........... 56 Stafford, R. ........... 40 Stagg, J. .... 186, 223, 255 Stallard, M. 36, 190, 245, 252, 261 Stanley, G. ............ 55 Stanton, C. 15, 180, 223, 246 Steenblock, D. 223, 252, 261 Steinborn, J. ,. 36, 40, 205 Stenford, H. .....,... 224 Stenfort, H. .......,... 232 Stephens, K. 33, 68, 193, 203 Sterling, R. ........... 199 Steuart, R. ........... 201 Stevens, C. . .8, 12, 41, 203' Stevens, E. ........... 258 Stevens, N. . . . . . . . , . 208 Stinson, R. . . . . . 14, 236 Stewart, B. .......... 195 Stewart, R. ........,.. 223 Stockman, S. 182, 216, 237 Storey, G. 44, 63, 204, 205, 221, 253 Stover, J. .. 235, 247, 261 stew, D. .......... 19, 212 Street, D. ............. 40 Stubblefield, D. 68, 69, 73, 102, 205, 225 Stymans, F. .......,... 259 Surabian, J. ...... 19, 262 Sutherland, J. .... 199, 258 Sutton, J. . . . . . 40, 232 Swall, T. .... .. 224, 231 Swanson, D. . . . . 223, 250 Swanson, H. . .. 235, 261 Swards, W. . . . . . 19, 199 Swidler, J. . . . . 12, 231 Swidler, S. .. ..... 226 Swieso, W. . . . . . 215, 231 Sypoit, M. .. 212 Thompson, B .... ,...., 2 28 Thompson, C. ...... 235,263 Thompson, D. ...., 12, 20, 43 204, 205, 226 ' Thompson, N. . . .20, 223 237 Thomsen, K. .... . 223, 237 Tipton, J. .,.... 44, 251, 262 Tipton, L. . . . . . Toews, E. . . . . ...30,223 .......30 TOKALON ,.... ...,.. 2 57 Tolentino, H. , . . . .12, 226 Tolson, J. .... . . .30, 223 Tompkins, B. .......... 205 Torosian, W. ...... 236, 262 Toyama, C. .... 40, 232, 242 Trafican, D. . . .191, 233, 235 Tranberg, J. ........... 182 Trombettu, R. ..... 8, 34, 205 Tsuhako, K. .. ..... 20, 242 Tsukida, B. . . . . .20, 242 Tucker, M. ............ 219 Tudor, M. . . . . .30, 44, 67, 195, 223, ' Tueller, D. . . . .,.... . . .49 Turner, P. . . ........ 209 Tuttle, J. ....217, 235 U Uhl,W... Ullom, ,C. .,.. 184, . .199, 2:15 22s, 251, 262 Urrizola, J. .... 68, 214, 255 Urushima, R. ....... 20, 242 V Valduvla, D. ............ 12 Valenti, S. s. . ,36, 223, 252, 261 Yao, S. ,..... .... . Vanderlaan, W. . . ..... .36 Varsity, F. ..... .,.... 2 SH Vasquez, T. . . . . .245, 25-I Vergeer, J. ..,.. . . .30, 184 Verhoeven, A. . . .... 231 Vieira, B. ..., . . .219 Vieira, D. ...... ..., 3 0 VITICULTURE . . . . . ,259 W Walght, B. ....., 69, 90, 228 Wadewitz, D. . ,228, 239, 251 Waechter, S. ..,.,....... 18 Walder, D. . . .... 40, 235 Walker, B. . . . . 235, 261 Walker, G. . . ...... 40, 205 Walker, P. ,........,... B7 Walker, S. ..... 20 200, 205 Wall, E. .... ...,..... 1 82 Wallace, R. .. .40, 235 Walls, 5. . . . . . . .22, 237 Walsh, J. .............. 34 Wang, S. ..... 220, 227, 253 257 Wankum, C , . .233, 235, 245 Ward, C. ...... 68, 69, 187, 189, 233, 235 Ward, P. ...... 68, 213, 226, 260, 261! Warkentin, P.. .219, 228, 237 Warren, L. .... 188, 216, 237, 255 Waterman, J. . .30, 182, 214, 245 Watennan, R. . . . . .54 Watson, J. ,. . . .21 Watts, P. .. ...51 Wayne, W. ... ..... . . .56 Wayte, B. . . ,....... 208 Webb, A. . . ..., 180, 263 Webster, B. .... 30 223, 238 Weddle, N. ...... 226, 246 Weeks, R. ............. 233 Weitzel, J. .... 223, 224 245 Wells, L. . .69, 190, 253, 255 Wenner, D. ..1B4, 226, 246, 262 West, R. ..... 207, 226, 231 WESTERN SPEECH ASSOCIATION ......... 260 Westfall, J. ....,,. 217, 263 Wharton, J. . . . , .190, 228, 263 Wheaton, H. ..... ..... 5 5 Wickersham, L. ,........ 235 Wider, J. ............. 235 Wiebe, W. ..... 20, 199, 212 Wight, E. .. ..,...,.. .49 Wight, W. ..,... ...51 Wilder, D. ..., ..... . 44 Wilkinson, G. .......... 207 White, B. .... .... 2 23, 228 White, C. .... ..., 2 IO, 253 Whitham, R. ....,.. 228, 258 Whittenberg, G. ...,.,. 217 wagm, G. . . . . . .224, Wilcox, J. ..... ...,.. . 228 ,208 Williams, P. . . .226, 228, 229 Wills, W. ..... 193, 199 Wilson, D. . . ,,.... . . . 200 I. 204 Wilson, G. ......,.. 50, 221 Wilson, J. . . .15, 22, 217 246 Wilson, L. . .20, 45, 193, Wilson, R. ..... 91, 195, Winder, E. ....,...., . Wineman, J. ..... . . . Winslow, N. . . . . . . Winter, E. ., Winter, W. . . Winters, J. ........., . Wisener, J. ....... 228, Wolfson, C. .... 15, 223 Wolfso'n, J. ........ 40, r 207 260 , .30 .259 .206 .50 .217 ..96 237 246 232 Wolfson, L. ,............ 50 Womack, E. .....,...... 55 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ......... 261 Wong, C. .......... 15, 227 Wood, C. ..... 33, 233, 238, 260, 262 Woodruft, J. ........ 68, 188 Woodruff, L. . . . .... . .214 Wodruft, J. ..........,. 216 Worthley, D. ........... 199 Wright, J..30, 182, 223, 237 Wright, J. ......... 53, 232 Wright, M. ........ 217, 237 Wright, R. . . ....... 209 Wroten, B. ........ 219, Wurscher, M. .. 237 .202 Wyatt, P. . . Y Yacoub, O. ........ 40, Yamane, M. . . .44, 223, Yassan,A. ...12 Yates, A. .... . ..... . Ybarra, C. I ........... Yoshikawa, F. . .20, 212 Young, A. ......... 45, Young, T. ..,........ . Young, W. .......... . 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