Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)
- Class of 1960
Page 1 of 278
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 278 of the 1960 volume:
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a day of classes. The residence hall students are lined-up for the evening meal, others have
remained to study llibrary is in background and cafeteria in foregroundl or for night classes.
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BOOKS, STUDENTS, CIRCULATION, HOMEWORK - More students checking out more books for
more term papers, proiects, etc. This upstairs circulation desk is the FSC Library's pivotal point
for persons using the stacks und east lreference material! or west' Iperiodicalst reading rooms.
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LIGHTS, REFLECTIONS, AND TRANSITION - Bright spots against the dusk to dark transfer cos-
tume FSC's campus as a day comes to an end and a new tomorrow is ushered in. What will
the many tomorrows bring for the college student? Maybe a bright career, profession or mar-
riagep maybe an adventuresome, exotic and daring iobp maybe of life of monotonyp maybe a
life of world-wide travels and fame: maybe a future with hopes and dreams fulfilled-gQuien
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THE 19511 CAMPUS..l
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I THE 1950
E-'RESN0 STATE Col-LEGE
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Special Ivffereff Z I4
SPORTS - - 224
INDEX- - -264
SWAN SONG - -272
President of the College speoks .
Clfoith fime our orizono grocwlen -
Years ago, as an undergraduate, I used to read a student
literary magazine which had this motto emblazoned on its
masthead: "I hold it to my purpose to sail beyond the sunset."
Although the caption evidently made a lasting impression on me,
I confess now that I did not then understand its full significance.
Today, as I reflect on that motto, I have a better comprehension
of its full meaning. With time, our horizons SHOULD broaden.
A conscientious student always strives to push outward the
limits of his knowledge. He seeks ever to sail toward a goal
which, on reflection, he knows he can never reach. All he can
do is to try to sail beyond the sunset.
Now, almost forty years after reading that challenge, I bid you,
"Sail beyond the sunset." If the timber of your ship be solid,
if the education you build be sound, if the course you chart be
beyond your vision, with time and toil, your horizons are sure
--A. E. Joyal
"I'lI help you with your robe if you will help
me with mine," President Joyal tells President
Sproul of UC at the Fresno State dedication.
Jess Rodman, Chairman of the Fresno State College
Advisory Board, Assemblyman Dorothy Donahoep
and President Joyal have much to smile for at
the dedication of the new residence halls.
President Joyal and Mrs. .loyal are served some refreshments
by Carole Ogburn, a student.
Art Safstrom Jess Rod-
man and C. Stan ey
Awenius seem quite ' -
H5 trigued with the picture
Dr. .loyal is showing to
them in a meeting of
the Advisory Board.
of growth. In these years the enrollment has doubled, we ve
clminiotration . .
ORRIN D. WARDLE IRWIN O. ADDICOTT
Execuhve Dean Vice-President of the College
moved To our new campus, residence halls have been added, The
DALLAS A. TUELLER HERBERT H. WHEATON
Dean of the College Deon of Arls and Sciences
W. DONALD ALBRIGHT
Dean of Students
extension program and local curricula
HEDLEY J. STACEY
Associate Dean of Students, Counseling
Associate Dean of Students, Activities
HARRY EARL JONES
Associate Dean of Students, Admissions
Dr. Marshall J. Fiese
Director of Health Services
Dean of Graduate Studies
Director of Related Activities
have increased and parking fees were hatched.
O O O
Edward M. Spencer
Dean of Education Services and Summer Sessions
Ag ' I re Divisio
Forming links between students and faculty und the
COLONEL EDGAR STAMBAUGH
Air Science Division
MARION A GROSSE
Appl d At D
Industrial Arts Department
B . D. . .
LEWIS W. BURNETT
RALPH C REA
Fine Arts Division
administration are Fresno State's division and department heads.
EARL D LYON
LLOYD G. INGLES
Life Science Division
B I gy D p t
State'o iuioiono . . .
HAROLD J. BEATTY
Physical Education Division
Men's P. E. Department
They do their port in forming courses, guiding the school,
Physical Science Division
Phy D p t
Social Science Division
JOHN W. WRIGHT
Speech Arts Division
CLARENCE D. JENSEN EDWIN J. ROUSEK
Agriculture Mechanics Department Animal Science Department
rooting for new buildings
JOHN ED HERBERT ENNIS B. WOMACK
Art Department Chemistry Department
FRANK M. BOOLSEN
CHARLES H. CEHRS
CARLOS ROJAS GEORGE M. STANLEY
Foreign Language Department Geology Department
bigger budgets und
HENRY F. FRICKER PAUL V. SHEEHAN
Health Education Department Journalism Department
LOUISE W. PORCH
Home Economics Department
epreoenfing all of gaculty
G. Don Alkire
parking fee opposition.
Edward W. Tenney
Wayne E. Biehler William B. UPl10ld
Plant Science Department Phil'-tS0Pl1Y DGP'-'lflmenl
Women's P. E. Department
aculty and cgclminiotration napa
Student - Szccculty orum
The Student-Faculty Forum offered a maximum
of thought provoking material to a minimum
of thinking students. Such topics as minority
discrimination, distortion and censorship of the
news by news media and by government agen-
cies: and trends in the social, political and econ-
omic fields of the United States were brought
forth during the fall semester. lt is hoped that
these discussions have aided FSC in its future
cultural and academic growth.
"Is America on a Dead End Road?" - this question was the
title of one of the Student-Faculty forums at which ll. to r.l
Dr. Clair Nelsen, associate professor of social science, Robert
Latour, a graduate social science student, and Dr. Wayne
Colver, assistant professor of philosophy constituted the panel.
The forum program is expected to become bigger and run in
conjunction with the newly-formed Fresno State College
Cultural Activities Committee goal-more emphasis on culture
ewomccn'o een erence
The Newsman's Conference at Fresno State is a
bi-annual affair at which newspapermen gather
at the invitation of the journalism department
to discuss various editorial problems in publish-
ing newspapers in the San Joaquin Valley.
Something different was added this year-rep-
resentatives from the various big news sources
gathered to discuss how well the press covered
The members of the panel ll. to r.l were Thomas Schumacher, public affairs rep-
resentative, California Truck Owners' Association, representing business, W. T.
O'Rear, executive secretary, Central Labor Council of Fresno and Madera Counties,
representing labor, Harry Nordwick, managing editor, Madera News-Tribune,
moderator, Robert L. Shacklett, associate professor of physics, Fresno-State College,
representing science, and Lloyd Dowler, dean of agriculture, Fresno State College,
representing agriculture. V
gpeoiclence gfccllo' gaculty pen ouoe
All administration, faculty and their staffs were invited to the
residence halls' Faculty Open-House which was held during the
Christmas season. The residence halls plan to establish this
open-house as an annual affair. All the halls were decorated
accordingly and refreshments were served to all visitors in
Homan Hall. Residence hall students planned the occasion and
guided tours in the halls.
Enioying the refreshments and conversa-
tion at Homan Hall are: ll. to r.l Mrs.
Viola Van Zee from the Counseling Of-
fice, Mrs. Vivian Jordan, from the Place-
ment Office, and Mrs. Kathryn Peters,
Head Resident of Homan Hall.
First row, il. to r.l: Sylvia Hale, Arthur Safstrom, Merle Hall, Jan Mitchell, louis Mudge, John Crosby. Second row,
ll. to r.l: Ralph Evans, Kenneth Pipes, Herb Strentz, Earl Whitfield, Gordon Wilson, Earle Bassett.
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The board of directors - as might be suspected - directs. It controls the purse strings of all student
body activities, worries about FSC - community relations and is of course against parking fees. Under
its care student activities and activity expense have grown along with the rest of the school.
Jan Mnrhell Earl whnfiela
Merle Hall Herb Strentz
Student Body President
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This year has been an outstanding year of change and progress at Fresno State
College. With the addition of our residence halls we have graduated from a
strictly commuter campus to a college community. As we entered the new decade,
the campus abounded with construction proiects which served as a symbol of
the progress of which we have been a part. Our growth has not been restricted
to physical facilities alone, but has included an ever expanding academic pro-
gram. As the college has expended and matured so has the scope and purpose
of student government. Each year we have progressively become more involved
in local community and state affairs as our campus program continued to grow
and adiust to new conditions. By the end of this decade Fresno will double in
size and should include a student union to serve as a center of campus activities
and student government. All of us can remember with pride that he had a part
in laying the foundation for this growth.
It has been my sincere pleasure to have served in student government during
a part of this period. I hope that I have, in some measure, been able to repay
you for your confidence in me. For the invaluable assistance I have received
from the other student body officers, class officers, committee chairmen and
members, and members of the Student Council and Executive Committee I am
much indebted. For myself and all the members of your student government I
wish to express appreciation for the opportunity you gave me.
The "Bald Eagle" nobly fought the fee and added u degree of 2
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Spring Student Body Vice-President
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Full Sludeni Body Vice-President
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Fall Student Body Secretary gp 9 5 d 5 dy Secremry
scheming maturity to the ASB government. Assisting Earl
Fall Women's L g I C
Spring Women's Leg I C
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were officers, u bit younger, u bit less mature, but just as scheming.
T S Ihson Marv Boxie
f Athletics Spring Commissioner of Aihl
Backing student and administrative policies, police unit enforces, court interprets.
Wi iam erto
ll B I Kenton Byers
C dE bd
SZ. Student Qxecutive committee
Gwen Bell Al Grace Merle Hall Judy Hughes
How many organizations did you say
are on campus at Fresno State? - lt
couldn't be! Oh yes, it's true - there
are over 150 organizations at Fresno
State. The student executive committee
has the "minor" job of organizing and
holding together these various groups.
All the organizations are represented in
student council which is held twice a
month. On the alternate Wednesdays
the student executive committee meets
and therefore the business requiring too
much time to be discussed at student
council meetings can be brought before
Goss, Merle Hall.
34 Phil Ross Herb Strentz "Tex" Smithson Earl Whitfield
Lotus Jordan Karla lee Monty McCall Jan Mitchell
First row, tl. to r.l: Carol Ng, Monty McCall, Judy Knapp, Jan Mitchell, Judy
Hughes. Second row: Karla lee, Gordon Wilson, Alice Morse, "Tex" Smithson,
Earl Whitfield. Third row: Dante Simi, Herb Strentz, Al Grace, Phil Ross, John
.Student eommittee ehairmen
Public Relations Committee
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John Rice, Co-Chairman
Lotus Jordan, Co-Chairman Karla Lee
Service for International
William Madden Jim Orenclorff
Dante Simi C'
Setting up social calendar and reminding orgs of FSC tradition.
, Tate eommittee
co-oralinateo S C
Carol Barner Marilyn Crispo
Beverly Francisco Susan Goodwin
JUdY Hvghes Gina Jett
Linda Lauten Peggy Levoru
Linda Cacker, fall resident ad-
visor at Graves Hall checks
the intercom while Pat Ewing
prepares to move in.
CCYOIYF1 GWY Allie Gl'USdU9 Bill Hansen Sheryll Hammarsten
Mavis Johansen Julia Johnson Sandy KGCHHEY Claude Keeslins
Betty Lohr Marilyn Manning Winifred McClung Judith Mitchell
Jim Morris Bette Mockel Rosalene Oberti Jane pippen
Judy Prentice Mary Ann Schafer Carolyn Vilhauer Pat Welch Pat Wills
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touch to the Hawaii send-off
Ronald Gerow Charlotte Ginder
Barbara Green Virginia Hanna Donna Hatfield
Lynn Howard Clarence Johnson Linda Jurgensen
Donna Kister Betty Lohr Sandra Mandeville
oooto . .Spirit
ln between spars with
the music department
and efforts to get a pep
band, the rally commit-
tee presented the an-
nual Ghoul rally and
Friday noon rallies for
home football games.
Linda the Snapper, rally
committee chairman, in
what spare time she
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had, helped set up after
football game dances
KUY9 Newqvist Kdrlrose Nikkel Janet Peterson
Carol Millsap Hazel Mitchell
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Leigh Ann Pok Dennis Schneider gue Thompggn
JoAnn Phillips Claudia Poulsen Norene Rathbun Nancy Rucker Pat Scheidt
Peter Siemens Linda Simons Linda Snapp Jerry Ward Jeannine Woo
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Celeste Berglin Beverly Bernhauer Barbara Bitting Carol Blackburn Dennis Boaz Rose Ann Bowser Linda Boyett
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Harold Hill Judy Hill
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Sharon Knight Sandra Lawson Carol Lewis Ronald Bwd
Rod Means' Judy Mitchell Cynthia Morris Rosalene Oberti
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Claudia Poulsen Judy Rau Lovelle Robertson Carolyn Robison
Karen Schiebelhut Bonnie Shell Nancy Stancoff Paige Taylor
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Ester Wiker points to her native country of Norway as Gary Heisinger, and
Mario Hanson sample Norwegian punch in preparing for Norwegian party.
Included in the Service for International Students Com-
mittee's program for the year were a number of pro-
Sally Eugenior irightl strums a ukulele while
Lillian Abe dances ,he hula G, G pany hon- grams at the College Religious Center for native and
.Ning Hqwqii, guy 509, side, foreign born students and a weekend mountain retreat
for the students.
aruice or jnterncctionccl Stuclento
Virginia Tirado Charlene Scruggs Joyce Weber Sharon Yee
The public relations committee handled one of FSC's finer home-
comings in the Fall of the year and turned in its share of working
in publicizing FSC in the community and in the high schools
throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
The committee, under the chairmanship of Gary Watkins, co-
sponsored community Jazz concerts with the Junior Chamber
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Kathryn Farrow Mary Fennacy Joyce Filkel
Donna Fries Sue Gates
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Nancy Gilbert Sally Goodwin Alice Grusdat
ClYde Brough D Fvie Barnell
Diane Doman J Carole Dugan
i"' I - 'mi "'if" Arlene Chelstrom
James Helzer Sue Henryson
Terri l-lirt Julianne Holstein
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PUBLIC INFORMATION COMMITTEE--Sitting-Vincent
The Public Information Committee is responsible
for creating and retaining a good public re-
lations program at Fresno State. Each member
is assigned certain responsibilities Including
agriculture, television and radio programs, and
Petrucci, Carolyn Gray, Irwin 0. Addicott, Ray Reynolds,
Margie Tamagni, Merlyn Burriss. Standing-Ed Piston,
Bernie Shepard, Edwin Lombard.
K Carolyn Gray
Student fife committee
Fresno State's Student Life Committee
has the duties of evaluating the student
activities program, the development of
standards for student conduct, and pro-
moting a faculty interest in student
STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE-Sitting-Alice Morse,
Judy Knapp, Roger Ervin. Standing-Donald Al:
bright, Birger Johnson, Thomas Brigham, Scottyl
The Scholarship and Loans Committee
recommends certain policies for the ad-
ministration of the scholarship and loan
program. There are many scholarships
and different types of loans available
to those persons meeting certain pre-
SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE - Sitting - Ken Lewis,
chairman. Standing-Arthur Safstrom, Scotty Wilson,
Douglas Eudaly, Sidney Brooks, Joseph Murphy,
Ellis Austin, Janet Tuttle, Joy Simmons.
Surprisingly enough, the Health and
Library Committee keeps tabs on the
running of the campus health center
and the library.
l LIBRARY COMMITTEE-Beverly Francisco, sitting. John Houli-
han and Hal Bassiri, standing.
' ecclth eommittee
Integrating student and faculty needs and ideas via committee action.
Julie Johnson HEALTH COMMITTEE-Julie Johnson, Max Kimberly, Marshall Fiese-
hai man, Mary Delk and Helen Cargozian.
WRA EXECUTIVE BOARD-First row, ll. to r.l-Carol LaNeve, Barbara
Costa, Elaine Mason-Advisor, Pat Headley. Second row-Linda Buell,
Ginger Boomer, Kay Beard, Donna Fries, Robin McMann, Sue Kinney.
Third row-Bev Johnson, Martha Crother, Margaret Cardenas, Carol
Adam, Marilyn Wheeler, Chris DiSibio.
i l i'l Margaret Ca rdenas
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Barbara Costa Martha Crofher Donna Fries Dana Wachhold Barb Wait Marilyn Wheeler Judith Rimmer Joyce Weber
Beverly Broughton Arlene Chelstrom Marilyn Crispo Judith Fisher Mary Gendusa
Judicial Board Public Relations Comm. Intercollegiate AWS Correspondence Comm Activities Board
, Janice Mode
Q co ' orallnateo Fall Legislative Board
" Fall Treasurer
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CUTOI N9 Foreign Student Comm. Activities Board
Fall Historian L '
Linda Hulsey Julia Johnson Sandra Kachner Donna Love
Budget Comm. SC Representative Activities Board Fall Secretary
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Foreign Student Comm. Constitution Comm. Activities Board Activities Board Co-ed Code Comm. Social Comm,
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The major responsibility of the Board of
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Fine Arts is to co o cl' t l
- r Ina e cu tural activities at Fresno State.
The board controls monetary allotments for student activities in the art, s ee h d
p c ,an music departments.
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First row Il. to r.l: Art Safstrom, Fred Dempster, Darwin Mussel-
man, Gilbert Rodriguez, Pat Bomar. Second row: Earl Whitfield,
Tom Emery, Earl Bassett, Scotty Wilson, Russell Howland, Janet
Loring, Bernice Applegat
Connie Bliss lBarbara Zeiml tries to entice playboy and actor
Charlie Castle iDennis Readerl.
"flue ig nifen
The 1959-1960 season of the University Street
Playhouse got off to a good start with October
22 through 31 production of Clifford Odet's "The
Big Knife." The play was produced by Noble
Johnson and Bill Doyle as part of their work
toward masters degrees.
ln this scene Charlie turns down Marcus Hoff's lWalter
Bucknerl proposal to star in another motion picture.
Dixie Evans .
Buddy Bliss .
Marion Castle lCharlene Moulsterl persuades her
husband Charlie to give up show business.
.. Dennis Reader
. . Walter Buckner
. . . Ron Headlee
.. Barbara Zeim
. Richard Totoian
. Patricia Peterson
...... Phil Freer
. . . Don Knight
. . Randy Kone
Marion walks in on Dixie Evans lLeilani Re-
bensdorfl and her hubby Charlie.
Mable and Erwin are caught in the act,
Mrs. Trowbridge is consoled by her
brother after Erwin disappears.
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The playhouse production of "Three Men On A
Horse" rollicked and rolled its yvay through a
successful December 4th to December 12th run.
The cast left little to be desired in humor or
professional like acting. i
Erwin Trowbridge . . .,g,, Ron Headlee
Patsy ........... . . . liichard Totoian
Mable ............ .... g . Joan Mulac
The Brother-in-Law . . . . . . George Johnston
Al .............. . . ,Michael Allard
Gloria .......... . . . Dana Arslan
Mrs. Trowbridge .... -... y .June Chandler
Charlie .......... . . . Murrell Pannett
Frankie ..... . . . , . . . Bill Lloyd
Mr. Carver .... . . . Noble Johnson
Moses .... . .., Bobby Jones
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Erwin is picking the winners for the next race.
Othello . . .... . . George Hendrix
Iago ....,. .... T om Barnes
Desdemona . . . . . . Jane Pringle
The Duke . . ..... Jim Wilson
Brabantia . . . . . Murrell Pannett
Cassio . . . ..... Phil Freer
Roderigo .. .... Bill Loyd
Emilia . . . . Elaine Towne
Bianca . . . , Sondra Deuber
Gratiano . . ,... Larry Smith
Lodovico . . . . Charles Cooper
Montano .................. . . . Dale Hammel
Venetian and Cypriot Officers ....... Ronald Massey,
g Ray Lynch, Randy Kone and Bill Doyle.
Lago and Desdemona, two characters in the
Shakespearian tragedy "OthelIo."
In this scene from Act 1, Iago lTom Barnesl, Desdemona lJane
Pringlel and Othello lGeorge Hendrixl are leaving the council
chamber of the duke's palace in Venice. Othello has been accused
by Desdemona's father of marrying her unofficially and the duke
has given them his blessing.
The University Street Playhouse went Shakespearian for
the February 24th to March 5th production of "Othello."
The play, described by some as Shakespeare's most
perfect play, was presented almost perfectly.
The climax of "Othello" is reached when Othello strangles and smothers
Desdemona in a fit of iealousy.
The 1959-60 academic year was one of the big-
gest and best for the Fresno State College a cap-
pella choir. The choir had 75 members, making
it the largest a cappella group at FSC since be-
New robes were purchased this year for the
a cappella singers, their first since 1930.
A Cappella Choir during a practice session.
tion of Bob Bennett, performed several programs
both on and off campus, this year. The group is
composed entirely of non-music maiors who sing
purely for enjoyment.
However the chorus, now in its third year of
existence at FSC failed again to find a name to
replace "mixed chorus."
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The 75 members mixed chorus, under the direc-
First row, ll to rl-Sandra Dwelle, Barbara Oates, Linda Hardy, Janet McColm, Judy Mitchell, Pat Millard, Viola Meier, Dixie O'Brian, Winifred
McClung, Carol Barner, Alice O'Connor, Unni Knap, Bonnie Clark, Pat Smith, Janette Howell, Nora Mayberry, Carol Mosesian, Carol Caudillo. Second
row-Lynn Bakman, Joyce Meyling, Jacqueline Allen, Karoly Klohs, Francie Burkholder, Gail Denman, Sally Jo Mitchell, Lynda Burr, Donna Kelly,
La Velle Robertson, Beverly Berry, Andrea Hickman, Linda Sorensen, Pat Hoover, Linda Cackler, Marnye Davis, Julianne Holstein, Rae Deane Sivaslian.
Third row-Julian Hughes, Dennis Gates, Daniel Klotz, Jack McColaugh, Bob Amenta, Arnold Johansen, Greg Sivaslian, Bob Wyckoff Bob Emerzian,
Leonard Sergi, Ron Mazzei, Gerald Furman, Blaine Handell, Fred Dahlinger, Bob Dickey, Richard Vaughlan, Fourth row-Bob Conrad, Jerry MacDonald,
Gerry Hoff, Dennis Reinhardt, Ernie Jones, Loomis Hays, Bob Cunningham, Ray Gentry, Mike Moulton, Leroy Matthews, Dick Kramer, Dennis Conaway,
Larry Taira, Bob Peterson, Reuben Goertzen, Raymond Avedian, Carlos Gonzales.
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THE FRESNO STATE COLLEGE ORCHESTRA, row one ll to rl-Stan Griffin, first violin, Louise Russell, first violin, Gordon Shacklett, cello,
Jean Olsen, viola, Nathan Workmon, viola, Jeannette Wedel, second violin, Joanne Pyott, second violin. Row two-Satoko Masuda, first
violin, Sharon Schroepffer, first violin, Robert Agee, cello, Lynne Rodriquez, cello, Charlene Scruggs, flute, Diane Falk, flute, Linda Hamilton,
oboe, Ray George, oboe, LaVerne Loewens, second violin. Row three-Ann Ewan, clarinet, Ether Smith, bassoon, Ed Lagrutta, contra-clarinet.
Row four-Jim O'Connor, bass, Conrad Escobedo, bass, Carl Kimball, bass, Robert Conrad, bass, Dr. J. Winter, horn, Neil Nuotio, horn, Bruce
Nutson, horn, Peter Samuelson, horn, R. E. Thompson, bass trombone, Richard Shipley, trombone, Stanley George, trombone, Tom Beck ,trumpet,
William Braun, trumpet, Gilbert Rodriquez, trumpet. Row five-Haig Balakian, percussion, Norman Moglia, tympani, Mr. Russell Howland,
The Fresno State College Symphony Orchestra,
under the direction of Russell Howland, made
several appearances during the year. Among
the group's appearances were the winter con-
cert, the annual Messiah presentation, and the
January music reading clinic.
Forty musicians composed the symphony or-
chestra membership this year. Ten of these also
played for the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra.
WOODWIND SECTION of the Orchestra rehearsing.
The Experimental Opera Workshop was
started in the fall semester for the first
time at FSC. Seven voice music maiors
met three times weekly to study one-act
operas to give the singers a broad ex-
perience in doing operatic parts.
The vocalists, under the direction of Pro-
fessor V e r n e Delaney, presented two
light operas, "The Telephone" and "Gal-
lantry" in their debut and plan to pre-
sent more. One of these will be a 30
'- " minute live-television program.
The light opera, GALLANTRY in which Dr. Gregg lTod Fortnerl tries to stab
Donald lDon Parisl, Lola's lElizabeth Martinezl patient because he wants Lola
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The Fresno State College band fielded a marching unit
composed of more than 80 musicians this year-one
of the largest bands in FSC history. New band director,
Arthur Barnes, continued the tradition of sparkling half-
time performances at home football games.
One of the most talked about band performances was
the "Christmas in October" halftime show which tea-
tured Christmas music at a time when the daytime
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FSC Band Drum Maior
THE BAND, First row tl. to r.l-Virginia Fletcher, Jim Matthews, Jean Olsen, Sandra Dwelle, Ellen Hopkins, Nancy Stancoff, Miriam Bevis, Carol Cady. Second
row-Ann Ewan, George Kennedy, Sandra Bogdonoff, Adrian Gamble, Karen Cates, Marilyn Puckett, Robert Bird, Alice Glim, James Rosbrook, Joyce Hendrix,
Esther Smith, Greg Brackett, Charles Cooper. Third row-Clifford Wade, Wally Winter, Ronald Allvin, Ralph Schroeder, Dennis Hammond, Kathy Behm, Clarence
Anthony, Donald McCoIlister, Phyllis Rasmussen, Carry Nilmeier, Max McDonald. Fourth row-Stanley Badertscher, Dale Thayer, Jerry Larson, Dale McCutcheon,
Tom Beck, Don Boyer, Richard Shioley, R. E. Thompson, Bill Baxter, Robert Fluter, Torn Stoeckel, Alfred Matsuda. Valerie Berke. Neil Nuotio, Bruce Nutson. Harry
Dyck. Fifth row-Peter Samuelson, Roger Nicol, Gary Gerome, Ross Richardson, Val Kuykendall, David Barber, Charles Rosnick, Richard Ellis, Joe Andrews, Vernal
Alfving, Carol Rossi, Karen Oslund, Pete Van Gelder.
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FRENCH HORN PLAYERS-Alfred Malsuda, Valerie
Berke, Neil Nuolio, Pele Samuelson, Bruce Nulson,
PERCUSSION, First row, ll. lo rl-Clarence Anthony and Ross Richardson.
Second row-Roger Nicol, Gary Jerome, Sandra Dwelle, Haig Balakian,
Vernal Alfving, Sandy Bogdonoff, Marilyn Puckell, Carol Rossi, Phyllis
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MAJORETTES-Margaret Cardenas, Diane Fonles, Gwen Rogers, Anila Leal, Belly Cady.
fha ine ogrt
Parallel design of movement as demonstrated by Margaret Cardenas
lou Ann Ward and Irene lshimoto with identical repetition of lines.
Orchesis, Fresno State's modern dance corps, spends a
good share of its time rehearsing in leotards and the
other part of its time trying to get money to finance its
Pat Bomar, president, on
the left, and Hugo Kevor-
kian create Cl comple-
mentary design with sim-
ilar lines created by the
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In order to achieve variation of planes, diagonals and verticals are utilized by Anita Thomas, Donna
Fries, vice-president, Virginia Boomer, Irene lshimoto, treasurer, and Lou Ann Ward.
oaral of Cpulsliccctiono
The Board of Publications is the one sympathetic agency for publica-
tion editors-except at budget time. Still, it watches out for the hand-
book, directory, yearbook and school paper, worries about an annual
fraternity magazine and tells "important people" that the Collegian
isn't really anti-Greek.
Janet Mitchell Carol Ng
Gina Jett Steve Ledbetter
BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS-First row ll to rl--Sylvia Hale, .lan Mitchell, Carol Ng, Shirley Thompson Standing John
Duke, Ray Reynolds, Ed Piston, Paul Sheehan, Leonard Bathurst, Scotty Wilson, Frank Powell- chairman James Rockwell
Karl Svenson, Earl Whitfield, Tom Emery.
The "bicycling" one - Tom Emery,
Two former sports editors and a new one led this year's Collegian ,to battle.,
Tom Emery, Jim Williams and Bernie Knoll were the culprits and their battles
ranged from no copy to restraining one Bob Latour, alias Etaoin Shrdlu. Female
members of the staff were enthralled by Shurdlish antics. Nearby faculty mem-
bers were entertained. But the year rolled on and Collegian staffers found
themselves sniffing for news lsometimes scraping! but generally giving good
news and feature coverage of the FSC campus. The Collegian continued to grow
with the physical and academic environment of the college and devoted con-
siderable interest to the state's Master Plan for Higher Education along with the
local news. New buildings went up and among them were three residence halls
housing Fresno State's first 600 on campus residents with their T200 eyes
eagerly awaiting the three-times-a-week Collegian.
"Hey you guys lChuck Zimmerman and Jim Hoaglandl that's not spelled right," says
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And if you think this iob is easy ask-
J Jim Williams, "Managing Editor J
Howard link - he's busy at noon
on Mondays, Wednesday and 'Fri-
days - Circulation Manager.
g S C? ' ri-weekly printed worcl . . .
If you aren't acquainted with Etaoin
Shrdlu girls-here he is-"alias" Bob
Bernie Knoll took over as Managing
Editor the spring semester after tackling
Sports Editor position during the fall
Mailing out Collegians was the iob of Ex-
change Editor Carol Finley and helpers
Olivia Oberti and Judy Kempf.
Remember the full page ads and the
red-headed Advertising Manager-Don
Jim Flanery, the guy without a phone
number listed, was the "hardest to
1960 QQQQIMFUOII Stal
After what seems like a million telephone calls, iust about as
many pictures, 1.58 pints of blood, 9.6304999 liters of perspira-
tion and not even one class unit to speak of, the 1960 CAMPUS
Staff came through with the traditional publication. Too bad
the "smiling" faces on this double page spread convey the
"small" amount of necessary hard work. Speaking of non-
statistical numbers again, the Campus Staffers must have thought
there were at least 20,888 seniors and underclassmen instead
of the approximate 1500 pictured individually when they alpha-
betized the numerous 3x5 index cards. Preliminary plans began
July, 1959, yearbook staff workers could breath easier after the
final deadline April 1 and the book was on campus before
finals. Would anyone care to ioin for another round in 1960-61,
fun isn't profuse, but it's there.
Copy Editor "
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Guess what Bob Byrd-
Activities Section - and
Life-did during Christ-
mas vacation! -- They
helped alphabetize the
The gals with the go-get-em system--Sandy Jamfrey-
Art Editor, Claudia Poulsen-Art, Deanne Mineau-
-.i Art. and Bunni Creaah
-Art and Rnvnltv S I
Now Andriette it
couldn't have been
that bad! Andri-
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she attempted the
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ORGANIZATIONS STAFF ll to rl-
Ron Gerow, Valerie Berke lhidingl,
Judy Brand, Mary Ruggeri, Joan
Peterson and Ron Byrd lEditor of
to g S 6 hiotory
These are pngeproofs everybody-says Bev Berry and Arlene Chel-
strom from behind them-lBev worked on Greek Section and Arlene
edited the Greek Sectionl.
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HANDBOOK STAFF - Judy
Prentice, Janie Hartman, Carol
Burner, Sue Thompson, and
Carol Barner Judy Preniize
Editor Carolyn Gray
Judy Hill Janet Petersen
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STAFFERS-Gwen Rogers, Peggy Manlove, Judy Hill and
If you're wondering if she's married or
single - check the Fresno State College
Directory. This publication is distributed
in October or November by the FSC As-
sociation Office of Information and Print-
The directory contains the names, local
address, year in college, maior, tele-
phone number and marital status.
STAFF MEMBERS-I to r, Carl Kimball, Bonnie Ovaska and Ed Patton.
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What? Southeast Asia and World Today as read by Alice
Grusdat and staffers Carol Finley lleftl and Judy Hughes
DURING YOSEMITE VISIT RUSSIAN
AUTHORS Aleksandr Gonchar, Sofya
Krugerskaya, Leonid Leonov, Stepan
Shchipachev, and Mukhtar Auezov are
photographed by Ray Reynolds, Public
On the international scene, the past year was
noted for the pursuance of policies of personal
diplomacy. Nikita visited Ike. Ike visited every-
one else and then got around to seeing Nikita.
Fresno State College had a part in one of the
many cultural exchanges between the U.S. and
the U.S.S.R. Late in February and early in March,
the campus was toured by five of the Soviet
Union's more noted authors.
The five-Stepan Shchipachev, Mukhtar Auezov,
Aleksandr Gonchar, Leonid Leonov and Sofya
Krugerskaya-got their only look at U.S. collegi-
ate life while on FSC's campus and apparently
they liked what they saw.
For they wrote Dr. Joyal and said, "Our visit
in Fresno was easily the most successful of our
The five toured campus facilities, had a look at
local elementary and high schools and conducted
a literature workshop on campus. Shepakhov
is the chief of the Moscow Union of Soviet
Writers and Avezov is a winner of the Stalin
Prize for Literature.
WHILE IN SUPERMARKET Leonid Leonov inspects fruit. Leonov is in-
terested in botany as well as in books.
Summer sessions students gather for the ggs"'
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The Speech Arts Building in its primary
CONCRETE FORMS-lights were used to
dry the concrete forms used in con-
structing the Social Science Building.
Some 5,000 students sweated through summer sessions at Fresno State,
Bakersfield and Visalia.
In addition to those attending the six week sessions, another 2,075 at-
tended five week workshops and post session meetings.
Dr. Edward M. Spencer, dean of the summer session schools, reported
this year's total enrollment topped last year's by 200, despite the lack
of air conditioning in many FSC buildings.
Oh how warm those classrooms are All came for academic refreshening.
going to be!
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GOING UP-the floors of the future
Social Science Building being raised in
place via a hydraulic iack.
Why? 9 ? ? ? do students have to
Oh well, this year the lines were re-
No longer did we wait hours in line in
front of the figurine-studded gymnasium
and then proceed to the library.
No sir, this time we started out in front
of the library and students set record
times in finding most of their classes
closed, cancelled or cluttered.
Be that as it may, almost 10,000 stu-
dents made their ways through the reg-
istration lines during the fall and spring
semesters and then headed for a cafe-
teria cup of coffee and consoling words
Yesslree-registration is an education
in itself-and a very good example
of what is to come.
Due to stormy weather the lights went
out, lanterns were brought ian and a
More and more hands are shaken at the
Frosh Reception-Dr. and Mrs. Joyal and
Dr. and Mrs. Comegys relax after greet-
ing new students in the reception line.
community sing was held in between
dances at the Howdy Dance.
MUDDYJ MUDDY, MUDDY - Monty McCall, freshman class
president, received a mud bath along with fellow class mem-
bers in the Frosh-Soph Brawl tug-of-war which the Sophs won.
This year's Freshmen class upheld many FSC
traditions. The class of 1963 forgot to throw the
student body president in the drink, had a void
election and didn't wear beanies.
Apart from these school spirit building activi-
ties, the class was dumped by the sophomore
class in the annual frosh-soph brawl.
However, to their credit, the freshmen did sur-
vive the week of orientation to college life, their
first registration and the freshmen reception.
Enough of them also survived the rigors and
academic chaos of collegiate life to assure the
student body that there will be a sophomore
class next year-and this may be important.
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And then the Frosh Reception .
Earl Whitfield, student body president,
helps welcome the "flood" of new stu-
dents, frosh and transfer, to FSC.
Gwen Bell and Arnold Johansen, Frosh
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PLACE OF MUCH ACTIVITY-The College Religious Center lCRCl.
RILW COMMITTEE ll to rl - Donna Love, chairman, Dennis Reinhardt, hospitality,
Gina Jett, Bishop's Company, Joe Sanders, Jewish chairman, Joe Bonadiman,
Catholic chairman, Margaret Yarbrough, Protestant chairman, LaVelle Robertson,
executive secretary, Carol Lewis, committee coordinator, Jeannine Gabby, Sunday
program, Sandra Lawson, evaluation, Lou Ann Ward, classrooms, Chester Goodale,
"A Growing Faith in a Shrinking Uni-
verse" was the theme of Religion-in-Life
Week which was February 2'l-25. Three
speakers covered a wide variety of re-
ligious topics during well-attended semi-
nars. The seminars were on such sub-
iects as "The Religious Aspect of Con-
temporary Prophetic Literature in San
Francisco"-by Rev. Pierre Delattre, di-
rector of the Bread and Wine Mission
in the North Beach section of San Fran-
cisco, "Are Science and Religion Contra-
dictory"-by Rev. William Moore, high
school principal, pastor and lecturer at
Aquinas Adult Theology School in Los
Angeles, "How do Judaism and Christi-
anity Differ"-by Rabbi Joseph Gum-
biner, director of the Hillel Foundation
-University of California at Berkley.
The campus was visited by nationwide
traveling rhetorical drama company-
The Bishop's Company. "Cry, the Beloved
Country," an adaptation of Alan Paton's
novel about Africa, was presented by
Rabbi Joseph Gumbiner Rev. William Moore Rev. Pierre Delattre
ecwlerolaip een erence
BACK TO F I R S T
"gang" lfrom bot-
tom to topl on the
slide are Pam Mor-
gan, Carol Gregg,
Nancy Jackson, Ros-
alene Oberti, Jeff
Hughes, S h a r o n
Knight, Dale Thayer,
Hal Bassiri and
LEADERSHIP CAMP CHAIR
co-chairman, K a r I e n e
Lowe - registration, Monty
M c C a I I - hospitality,
Peggy Meyer - ways and
means, Jeannine DeMat-
teis - programs and Janey
Hammaker - co-chairman.
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Approximately sixty-five students had fun, discussed leadership and listened to speeches about leader-
ship at the second annual Leadership Conference held at Sierra Sky Ranch, April 2 and 3. '
Keynote speakers were Dr. Arnold E. Joyal and Dr. lrwin O. Addicott, president and vice-president of
fthe college respectively.
Dr. Joyal reflected on the charactristics of a leader and Dr Addicott bought in philosophical and
practical views concerning goals and working toward those goals. ,
Three seminars were held during the conference. Techniques in leadership, solving of a hypothetical
organizational problem and how the leader serves individuals were topics of discussion.
Other speakers were Earle Bassett, comptroller of the FSC Association, Earl Whitfield, student body
president, and Robert N. Klein, Fresno city chief administrative officer.
In between seminars and speakers students used free time to golf, swim, study, play ping pong and
shuffleboard and ride horseback. A mock meeting was held to demonstrate how a student council
should and shouldn't be held.
Officials and students hope that this occasion will become part of FSC tradition.
MOCK MEETINGS-Two meetings were
held. One to demonstrate how messed
up a council meeting can be without
order and a second meeting to show
gram. the proper parlimentary procedures.
Right this way . . . you will find your
room assignment and conference pro-
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Irwin O. Addicott said, "that leadership
is human engineering and in order to
engineer the ,leader needs vision and
tools. The leader needs a goal for his
vision and to have effective and sharp
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Seminars were held inside and outside.
The "Kennel," more commonly referred to as the Bookstore is even
busier during the first part of the semester.
The bookstore had a highly successful year. Books were
smaller, prices were higher and there was no bookstore
robbery of the 521,000 variety. To make things even
brighter, some of the checks from the robbery turned
up in irrigation canals and were redeemed. Then too
one student actually referred to the store by the name
Sylvia Hale, stenographer, takes shorthand as Earle Bassett,
Vernis Holmes, bookstore manager, must have found a
In the northeastern confines of the campus lurk the
boarders of the association office who-not infrequently
-are accused of trying to run the student body. Despite
the efforts of rabble-rousing student leaders, the associa-
tion employees manage to turn in fairly decent or cred-
Rosemary Rodden, secretary, and Julia Travis, clerk typist, Keitha Robertson, assistant office manager, receives material from Earle
look on as Willa Mae McCrummen, bookkeeper proofs her Bassett. i
June Bottorff, heard as Nancy, Tom Barnes, the
voice of Dick Tracy, and Phil Freer, known to lis-
teners as Grampa Phil broadcast FSC's "Comics of
the Air" on Sunday mornings.
FSC's radio and television maiors spent most of
the year getting ready for their move to this
campus, and the speech arts building. They also
spent time working on weekly radio news shows
and a television news show. The valley's longest
continuous radio program, the comic section of
the air, also was a student proiect.
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These four speakers could very well be any four comic strip characters, for in-
stance--Linus, Lucy, Snoopy, and Pigpen of the "Peanuts" series. The fellow
in the plaid shirt is Hal Williams.
The Fresno State Forensic Squad, coached by Louis W.
Cockerham, is divided into two groups: debate teams
and symposium teams. Although both are organized for
debating they differ in their specific purposes. The debate
teams, organized for competition, participated in inter-
collegiate tournaments throughout the West. Squad
members traveled by car, train and
airplane to represent FSC at events
FORSENIC SQUAD, First row, l to
r-Mary Hilton, Lita Griffey, Sonia
Dye, Bernice Walls, Elaine Muzio,
Carole Dugan. Second row-Ken
Burke, Bill Donaghy, Bes Lewis,
Marion Hannah, Louis Cockerham-
coach. Third row-Mervin Whealy,
John Goss, Charles Patton, Arthur
hosted in Texas, Oregan, Nevada
hosted in Texas, Oregon, Nevada
and California. The symposium
teams toured the San Joaquin Valley
during the spring semester appear-
ing at high schools and service clubs
attempting through organized de-
bate to bring to light all views of
various current controversies.
Elaine Muzio poses with trophies presented by
FSC at the Fresno State Invitational Debate Tourna-
Champions at Fresno State Invitational
Tourney and University of San Francisco 73
g S 6 jeomecoming
Fresno State's Homecoming activities, falling in the last days of
October, were centered around a Halloween theme. The start
of the traditional gala affair-the car serpentine, bonfire, and
Zekio rally-was cancelled due to bad weather and high winds.
A Homecoming Parade on Halloween Day climaxed hours of
labor by members of various sororities, fraternities, and inde-
pendent organizations. Leading the parade of campus beauties,
marching bands, decorated cars, and 18 handsome floats was
the Grand Parade Marshall, Emery Ratcliffe.
That same evening the 1959 Football Queen, Valerie Anderson,
was crowned during the halftime activities of the FSC-San Diego
State football game. Saturday, October 31 came to an end with
Not only did SAE win in the Greek Sing this year, but they
captured first place with a "bulldog" pulling a pumpkin in
the fraternity float classification in the Halloween themed
Fresno State Homecoming parade.
the Bulldogs winning the tilt and another homecoming weekend
went down in history.
Valerie Anderson, 1959 Football
Queen, was escorted across the
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"Tails we win" was the name of the Delta Gamma float l
which took first prize in the sorority department.
football field during FSC vs. San
Diego State halftime by Earl Whit-
field lwho, by the way, looks like
he's enjoying it and who wouIdn't?l
and crowned before the Fresno State
The "healthiest way" to ride through a parade--as demon-
74 strated by Women's Recreation Association,
The Headless Horseman idea brought top position in the '
independent classification for Newman Clubbers.
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1958-59 Campus Queen Toni Blair reigned as
Veterans' Day Queen - she waves from her regal
float as Sandra Gross lleftl and Jeannine De-
Matteis, two of Toni's attendants add to the float's
Cadet corps of the San Joaquin amply represented
many San Joaquin Valley high schools.
Don't laugh-college student--you may be in
their shoes sooner than you think , . .
Campus Queen Toni Blair made her last official royal appear-
ance in the 1959 Veterans' Day Parade.
Other draft-exempt entries representing Fresno State College
were the dreamgirls and sweethearts of the local worthies-
the school's fraternities.
The FSC marching band, some 80 strong, also consented to
appear in the parade and did so after a minor tussle with ASB
One of the brighter sports for Fresno State in the parade was
the drill team of the college's AirForce ROTC. This group, which
picked up honors throughout the year, was namecl the outstand-
ing marching unit in the parade-even though some might not
agree with the marchers' method of beating the draft.
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floats, bands, horses and clowns! !
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The rooters' train to Stockton tradition was revived dur-
ing the fall semester and came in handy because we
had a game to fight out with, the College of the Pacific
in that area.
Student body president Whitfield led the "take-the-
train" faction while others drove cars, boarded buses
and made their way toward Stockton.
A somewhat less than sober-minded crowd cheered and
chuckled with Head Cheerleader Rog Saville as the Bull-
dogs nearly upset COP, 13 to 'l8.
Still the train takers returned home in high spirits and
residence halls students were able to arirve on campus
before "curfew time."
Once on the train, the dancing and
fun began-the baggage car was quite
"unstable" and made iitterbugging even
Once in S t o c k t o n, the rooters
switched to buses and rolled on
to the C.O.P. stadium.
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FSC students gathered at then
Santa Fe train station while
waiting to board the COP
Refreshments were available
in the snack car.
Yesirreeeeeee Bob-and By Gully-the Moose II played the suitable role of That Saville iust wouldn't give up-he
best doggone "funster" of them all- representing FSC while wearing cardinal and the rooters yelled, sung, danced,
"etc " all night
EARL THE PEARL, blue and red.
Fresno State's social set, casting aside hula hoops and
propeller beanies, filled the FresnoxMemorial Auditorium
the night of December 4 for the annual and the august
The crowning of the 1959-60 Campus Qeen Karlene
Lowe by retiring 1958-59 Campus Queen Toni Blair
highlighted the "Moonlight and Mist" themed ball.
Gwen Rogers was the Queen's first attendant and Carol
Gregg, Dixie O'Brian and Donna Love completed the
Co-chairmen of the traditional "backwards" formal
affair were Betty Randell and Alice Grusdat.
Johnny Matesso's 12 piece orchestra provided the music
for the blue, white, and silver decorated ball. A silhou-
ette of a couple dancing was cast upon a screen located
on the stage with two large angel hair foundations on
either side. A revolving mirrored ball in the middle of
the ceiling flashed beams of colored light throughout the
"Toni," our 1956-59 Campus Queen
graciously passes the crown on to Kar-
Dreamy music fit in with the
"Moonlight and Mist" themed ball.
Her Maiesty, 1959-60 Fresno State College Campus Queen
The blue, white and silver
fringes held by "daisy chain"
girls from SWAG and SSS pro-
vided the "red carpet" for FSC
Just try to find an un-
crowded place to iitter-
bug ! !
lgma Alpha Epsilon fraternity walked off with the
reek Sing sweepstakes trophy.
Kappa Kappa Gamma was awarded the out-
standing sorority trophy after close competi-
tion with other sororities.
Baptist Student Union won in the
independent organization classifica-
fhe reels in
A community sing was a high
light of Phi Mu Sororltys tenth
annual Greek Sing held In the
Fresno City College auditorium
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Sigma Chi was the winning fraternity group
of the sing.
FSC's presentation of the traditional oratorio,
Handel's Messiah, was sung this year for the
first time in the Roosevelt High School audi-
The two a-cappella choirs included the Fresno
State A-Cappella choir and for the first time,
alumni and former a-cappella choir members
returned to ioin the student choir in the colorful
This years Messiah was labeled as the largest and most spectacular performance in FSC
Twelve campus organizations
competed in the traditional
Christmas songfest for the four
Janette Howell, chairman, and
Dr. Arnold Biella, director head
ed the committee for the 1959
More than 100 vocalists combined
their voices at FSCs 28th annual
performance of Handel s Messiah
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Santa even wore shades at night.
not so cynical cynic, Christmas is a commercial '
gimmick. To many of us at FSC Christmas includes the
dread of facing term papers, along with the more wel-
come opportunity to work full time during vacation and
make' lots of money.
Then, too, Christmas means a time to "be thankful" and
"help the poor."
"very righteous" Christmas is a time to shudder
anyone uses the word Xmas. But to many,
whether they spell it Xmas or Christmas, the season is
a rewarding one and the Christmas found in the text
of Luke is preferred to the one found in the text of
Theta Chi's decorations were "out of this world."--
Furnishing lively Kingston Trio type music were-Bernie Griff, Richard lnVlll"'9 The UUdl9nC9 to 201119 T0 fhe
Hawaiian Islands via music and motion
Sessions and Jon Adams.
No, it isn't a new type of bird-
She is Patty Bostian in an arco-
tortian dance. Patty is a Fresno
Cultures from the four corners of the earth were depicted
through song, dance and music from over ten different
foreign countries in this year's World Show held March
5 and 6. Featured in the sixth annual affair, sponsored
by the Cosmopolitan Club, were several acts with sixty
foreign students performing. The program consisted of
entertainment from Hawaii, the Philippines, Iran, Korea,
China, South America, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Greece,
India and Armenia. The purpose of the show was to
show the culture of other lands to students and residents
MIDDLE EAST COMBO-Abdul Aziz, Ned Gan-
cholu, Cyrous Keyhan and Irai Navab brought
music of Iran and Turkey to the World Show.
International Club members of Fresno City College
depicted a typical Armenian dance.
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Kappa Sigma sponsored a fraternity pledge
dunking baseball throw-three chances to
send the pledge into the cold H2O.
Throwing darts to win teddy bears and
stuffed animals tie in the general "car-
lue ey eccrnival
Hucksters, showgirls and cardsharks made an annual appear-
ance at the Blue Key Carnival. lf a student wants, he can bash
in old cans with a sledge hammer, dunk fraternity pledges in
tubs of water or gander at the gums in a night club show. He
also contributes to the wealth of over 30 campus organizations
which sponsor the gay, colorful money-making booths.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Chi provided lively entertainment and gam-
bling in the "Flamingo Club."
like to play bingo?-Round and round
the selector goes where it will stop no-
body knows . . .
A4 "fish throw" was sponsored by Nisei
Club-looks like loads of fun.
The Blood Rally was as noisy and as effective as ever.
Less than 100 pints of blood were donated by Fresno
State students to the Veterans' Administration Hospital
and to the FSC account at the valley blood bank.
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity won the blood drive trophies
for amount of blood donated for the seventh or was it
the eighth year in a row?
Apart from speeches from a few ASB office candidates
and outbursts from their sponsoring organizations the
blood rally was noisy-as noisy as ever.
Why the sour face?-is Snoopy sad again?
The costumes aren't straightiackets
leven though they were kinda
rough to get around inl but they
are bottles of different blood types
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Delta Zeta put on a Peanuts skit-almost authen-
tic and hilarious
Meanwhile backstage - guess
what was happening . . .
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Intercollegiate Rodeo Queen
Judd Tripp Iforegroundl and Bob Lam-
berx provided the humour as experi-
enced amateur rodeo clowns-they kept
the cowboys from being run over by
diverting the bulls.
The 1960 Intercollegiate Rodeo will probably continue after
this year in that the rodeo was a success financially. This
year's turnout, around 6,000, was the biggest ever for the
two day Rodeo Club sponsored event. Over 100 collegiate
cowboys Iand girlsl competed from eight western colleges-
Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, Cal Poly
of San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly of Pomona, Pierce Junior Col-
lege, the University of California at Davis, and the University
of Nevada came to compete. A rodeo dance was held to
top off the days' activities and special sorority and fraternity
events were held at the rodeo.
Talk about rough-riding-man this
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Steve Anderson exhibited rope tricks.
Along with Prexy Earl Whitfield,
Mayor Selland proclaimed the week
of March 14 through 20 "Inter-
collegiate Rodeo and Western At-
tire Week." Receiving the procla-
mation is Delbert Reese, president
of the Rodeo Club.
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The class of "l963" has chalked up a calendar of events
for their first year at FSC. Before the fall semester began
the frosh went through a week of orientation and spent
a weekend at Frosh Camp to become familiarized with
Fresno State. The first few weeks of school are taken up
when the freshmen are "orientated" by the sophomores
who require every frosh to wear a red and blue beany
lthis year very few wore beaniesl. Climaxing this orien-
tation period was that yearly exciting contest, the Frosh-
Soph Brawl which was won by the sophomores and the
New Student Reception. The freshmen won second place
in the Homecoming float contest, staged a dance in the
spring and had "some troubles" with election balloting.
anal . . .
Sally Goodwin Paige Taylor
Fall Social Chairman Spring Social Chairman
Chris Adams Beverly Barclay Judy Dunn Diana Gardner
xecutiue 6 committee
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Sue Henryson Nancy Jackson Mike Knapp Judy Martin
Bill Wiggins Richard Wood Kay Woodman
Jennifer Slaley Lawrence Sleffensen Paige Taylor Pal Tharsing Sharon West
The Sophomore class started the year by winning the
traditional Freshmen-Sophomore Brawl., Since they had
won the event last year as Freshmen they were allowed
to keep the trophy for another year. When Homecoming
Week arrived the class constructed a float depicting a
Bulldog ghost toppling the Aztecs. At the executive com-
mittee meetings headaches came from thinking about
ways to raise money for the Prom which they will spon-
sor next year. ln the spring semester they co-sponsored
the Froshmore Frolics and held a cake sale. They also
combined forces with the freshmen to enter a booth
in the Blue Key Carnival held in May.
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Donna Strlckler JCM PIPPGH
Fall Social Chairman Sprung Social Chairman
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Sandra Aulman Carol Barner
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Frances Burkholder Bob Byrd
Celeste Berglin Carol Blackburn
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Barbara Crosby Bob Dickey
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Neil Hansen Bill Harris
Lane Fye Rosemary Grenfell Sheryll Hammarsten
Ernest Jones Carl Kimball Richard Larson
Carol lewis Peggy Manlove Frank Markarian Janice Matthews Deanne Mineau Judy Mitchell
Pam Morgan Winifred McClung Rosalene Oberti JCM PiPPerf
Diane Samons Barbara Wait
From the start of their third year in college, the class
of 1961 has been busy selling class dues cards, also
class members at their annual "Slave Sale," spon-
sored a "Gorgeous Gams" contest and many other
fund raising projects. The class officers and execu-
tive members stopped long enough on the night
of May 6th to enioy the Junior-Senior Prom, held
in the Rainbow Ballroom, and two semesters of
work all seemed worthwhile.
and . . .
Terri Hirt Judy Rau
Fall Social Chairman Spring Social Chairman
Dan Baker Joanne Bernardi Ed Boswell Judy Gilmer Carol Gregg
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.laney Hammaker Terri Hirt Elaine Muzio
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, first row ll to rl-Judy Rau, Alice
Benadom, Peggy Chinn, Mary Ann Schafer, Judy Prentice,
Second row--Richard Sessions, Jim Renning, Dante Simi, Dan
Baker, Byron Justus, Pete Suddiian.
.ludy Prentice Gwen Rogers
Mary Ann Schafer Bill Thielbahr
For a change in thelhistory of Fresno State, the senior class
received something from the iunior class and this something
was S40.67. Bill Hansen, last year's iunior class president is
to be commended for this outstanding accomplishment-chang-
ing a tradition. The senior class has done the usual thing this
year and was honored in the traditional ways. Mailing letters
to between 800 and 900 students asking if they were going to
participate in the ,graduation ceremonies was the seniors' main
proiect. On May 6 the iuniors put on the Prom for the seniors
and on May 28 the alumni repeated with a second dance.
Baccaulreate service were held on June 5 with several seniors
participating in the services. After receiving their diplomas on
June 9, the seniors went to a reception for parents, graduates
and faculty to meet one more time before leaving the FSC
Deann Kruse Nancy Marks
Fall Secretary-Treasurer Spring Secretary-Treasurer
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Larry lngoldsby F John Thompson
Fall Vice-President Spring Vice-President
Fall Social Chairman
Spring Social Chairman
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SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, first row II to rl - Larry Ingoldsby, Deane Kruse,
Sandra Gross, John Goss, Nancy Marks, Donna Dann. Second row - Jim Windsor,
Eileen Schwabenland, Linda Hawthorne, Jim Orendorff, Denis Cromarfy.
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John Berecochea Betty Boos
psychology soc. studies - speech
Forrest Fuller Russell Gray
Mt'-'fgafel MGYGY Alice Moreland
bus- edllf- soc. studies
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Frank Cotton Hardial Dhillon Richard Doepker Richard Dresser
civil engr. mech. engr. soc. sci. zoology
Dinuba India Annaheim, Canada Fresno
Bill James Bobby Jones
education soc. studies
Mariorie Botts James O'Banion
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Howard Link Rita London
soc. sci. education
Max Oro Ronald Price
marketing indust. arts
Steve Samillqn Elmer Schmid, Joanne Schroll Judith Scott John Shafer Warren Shaw
indust. arts bug, admin, p. e. english mathematics education
Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno
Herb Shinn Wayne Smithson Larry Teter John Thorpe Alfred Tuggle Julia Woods Willlllm Ydkoublan
agriculture ag. educ. chemistry indust. arts psychology speech eClUCUli0h
Fresno Dimmitt, Texas Fresno Bakersfield Tulare Fresno Kesseb. 5YriG
transfer, was busy bas classgisecretatsyt in hettjiiunior
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KARLA LEE, a transfer from Whittier College, served
as ALE.. Service,,for International Students Committee
Chairman during her iunior and senior years. She
was also a member of the College Y, Transfer
Wdtnen's Organization, Cosmopolitan Club, a Cap-
pella Choir, and the Methodists Students Associa-
tion. Karla, a social welfare maior, was a resident
adfisor atfbaker Hall. A
JUDY KNAPP, a psychology! maior,-Ziservedzras Stu-My
derlt' Bodytfecretaryfl-'ther serifior yeatfl She alsofifil
a member of Tokalon, CSTA, Psi Chi, and the Stu-
dent, Life Committee, In thekbelta ,.Qramma,,,g9.rority,,
she 'held the positions of 'scholarship' chairman and 77
vice-president. Judy, a University of Redlands
AL,.GRACE,i a business admin-
from Fresno City College where
President, and president of the
Phiffitheta Kappa society.
At FSC helserved Stas Election
Committee .L Chairman, Alpha
was a member of Student
MERLE this yezy year's Men's
Alfie g i s Alfa t i v effommissianer,
transferred from the College of
gequoiasigkwherezy:he was., Stu-
dent Body President and a
member of the Ski Club and
scholarship society. Whites' ma-
ioring in business administra-
tion at FSC, Merle became a
lllllember of the Student fli-
cil, Alpha Kappa Psi, and the
Listing child development as her maior,
TOM EMERY was Editor-in-Chief of
The Collegian his senior year and
gained yliifiembership in"'Alpha Phi
Gamma, honorary iournalism fra-
trernitykilgis sophomore year. As a
and an English
minor, he rounded out his four
years with membership Blue Key,
Air Force ROTC and the baseball
team. Tom also served on college
boards and was a member of Stu-
dent Council and the Student Execu-
'Shan'Esi?F'encelif2f?'9cn'zglwn' DEANNA BALl132"Pf0Ce?Fl?Fl llltgiss c"""lPFt5
H6 was also Seleded fol Blue life as a member ofltSWAG,l it Freshmen
Key membership' Women's luncheon Club, andthe Elec-
-'Effilf Y --'l :tion Comm. lnff her sophomoneffyear stile
was class secretary, a member of SSS
and Angels' Elight. Delta, Gamma
member, she served as corresponding
secretary and president. She was also
named Military Ball Sweetheart, a Carn-
pus Queen attendant and iunior class
secretary. ln her senior year she was
Student Body Secretary and in Tokalon.
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will be remembered for his rational
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President in i958-59. He was also 'la
started her freshman year off
She wasja member of
during her-fsenioriiiear. Elected
to Phi Kansa Phusshe hesldlottxhe
was a member ofthe Math
Asftfii ' lower'
CROMARTY was a member of the
Freshman Class Exec. Comm., Phi Kappa
Deltauthe Debate Squad, Cardinal Key
Clriljlfbenis, a political science maior,
wash later active in Young Democrats,
Frosh Orientation Comm., Election
Comm., and ,Senior Cl,qssj5,Exec. Cog-nm.
He was scholarship for 'Sigma
Chifl fraternity, ,'Presiding-'ilustice of the
Student Court, and a member of Blue
czxiiol NG, Pfesiitihtf ihisoiitaii
semester and past treasurer of AWS,
started off her college years as a mem-
beryr-, of FWLC, Election Comm., Frosh
Chinese Students' Cfub,
and ,SWAG Treasurer. In fher
sorority, Delta Zeta, she served as
BOB PEEBLES, lditiiiilitical science maizirit iii Ser-
ved as secretary and president of Cardinal
Key his sophomore year He was a
the Freshman Orientation Com-
in 1958 59 was selected Phi
and lnterfraternity Council "Man
of the Bob was the IFC Rush Chair-
man and president of the Delta Sigma Phi
Fraternity during the fall and spring semes-
ters this year
or treasurer and social chairman. In 1958- fy
5?'f,Qgg,i2S!18 wasggpresident of Panhellenic
ifoundgtrirne to be a
of Soph"VExec. Comm.,
Public ,Relations Comm., CSTA, Tokalon,
Traditions Comm., and .lunior Exec.
A sociology-antyhropology major,
Cdiirlfi. was aniigigirtendanr riiii to the Can-ipus
secrietary of1Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon Fraternity. A business administration
maior, he started his freshman year by ser-
ving ygsgohclass socialichairman and a member
of thefffilffrosh team. Later hefwas
active in Cardinal' Key, thel'lPublic Relations
Comm., and aded the Election Committee.
In year he was named alumni
, 5 ' ' ,1 A
MARILYN MANNING was a mem-
ber or officer in SWAG, Fresh
:Nomen's Luncheon Club lFrosh
Reougto Student Councitj., Young
Democrats, Collegian staff, New-
man Club lsecretaryl, SSS ttreas-
urerl, Kappa Kappa Gamma lpub-
ic relations officer and presidentl.
Fresh Orientation Comm., Angels'
:light lpresidentl, Tokalon ltwice
treasurerl, and Omicron Sigma Pi
lconvention delegatel. During this
time she maiorecl in home econ-
omics and gained a Buy-Rite Home
TRAY a zd6l59Y
dent and future dentist came
to FSC his iunior year from
Connors S t a t e Agricultural
,College and y Arkansas
'itechnical 7?ICoIlege. 'Ray'
the positions of vice-president
and president of Arnold Air
Society, was the Cadet Col-
ofjithe Air Force ROTC-.
f'Cadet Corps' and a member of
the Pre-dental Club and Beta
Senior' Class President this year
was JOHN GOSS, a political econ-
omy maior. Along with this office,
John was secretary-treasurer of
Blue Key. Whilef a freshman' he
was vice-president of the Young
Republicans and later a member
of Cardinal Key and Student Coun-
cil. All four years he was a mem-
ber of the Forensic Squad and led
a dance band. He won the Nation-
al Collegiate Discussion Contest,
took honors in the national and
,V state ,,g,,,.-,llV.C.T.U. g,liQratory ,Contest
and ".ii first in the?'5'FSC Invitational
row anim-rsc campus Queeitrfof 1959
ll-was also attendant to the Football Queen
and Dreamgirl of Delta Sigma Phi. As a
freshman and sophomore, she was vice-presi-
g Mgdent of SWAG, a member of th,e,class exert
'fiommitteesiYFWLC, Newman Clubf Freshman
Camp Comm., -Leadership Conference Comm.
and RILW Comm. and she has membership
Kappa, Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta Pi and
-S t.i .',i
began FSC campus
life as Ereshman
Class President and
a member of SWAG,
Luncheon Club, and
the Student Body
QL Executive Committee.
E maior with ea lan-
- guage arts minor,
was also active in
Service Society, Kap-
pa Alpha Theta Sor-
ority and Alpha Phi
Gamma. During her
editorship of the
Student Directory in
1959, she became a
member of Tokalon.
F President for
of Blue Key, men's upper divi-
sion service and honorary organization, was PHIL ROSS,
a Vzoology major and future doctor. During his freshman
year Phil waslisecretary of Saber Air Command and
of Comm. The
presidenti?ifi25f"' Cardinal Key, SophomorefiClass Vice-
President and president of Hillel Club. He was also a
member of the Student Executive Committee, Pre-Med
Club and Freshman Camp Comm.
rex" swtiiiison kept busy this yeutifbs fall
Commissioner of Athletics and resident
foatball and basket-
a member of SAE.
During iunior years, DAVE
HAWBECKER served as Freshman Camp Chair-
man, finance chairman and president of the
ColIege.,Y and was publicity chairman for
Religion-iff-Life-Week .V,. Qave, a psychology
maior 'andffitransfer fronjmgregon State,iQQol'le9e,
also served as a studenffbody cheerleader and
chaplin for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.
GWEN BELL, a biol-
ogy maior, was
president of Tokalon
during her senior
year. She was also
president of SWAG,
vice-president of the
freshman class, G
member of FWLC,
College Y, Election
Comm., and won
t h e Qutstandlng
Freshman W o m a n
Award, Gwenie was
also co-chairman of
the Queen's Ball, a
member of SSS, Al-
phl Phil- Gamma,
Handbook Ed i t o r ,
vice - president of
Kappa Alpha Theta
Sorority, co - chair-
man ofg the Frosh
AWS Secretary and
Last years Collegian Editor-in-Chief, STEVE
LEDBETTER, a iournalism malor, became a
member of Alpha Phi Gamma his sophomore
year and Vygzg ag membe!i,5f2g!gfgil'T'heta Chi Fraternity
and Blu?'?7Key his ianlibiffyear. He was elected
to the T958-59 Who'sfWho during his third
year. This year Stevegivvas elected ,Commis-
' . '
A winner of many athletic awards was
DALE MESSER, a physical education ma-
ior. Dale transferred, from the College of
the Sequoias where he was active in
track and football. At Fresno State he
was a leading halfback on the varsity
football team and a hurdler in track.
Dale, who received Little All-American
hfilibts and Little-fAll-Coast recognition,
is also listed in the 1959-60 Whol's Who.
JEANNINE DeMATTElS, an education
maior, began her activities as FWLC
President, a member of SWAG, and the
Rally, Public Relations and Electi-on Com-
mittees. After sewing on committees and
as SSS Historian, Queen's Ball Co-Chair-
man, and AWS Election Manager her sec-
ond year, she ioined Tokalon her iunior
year. During her iunior and senior years
Jeannine was Student Body Secretary,
Kappa Delta Pi Vice-President, on the
Handbook staff, RILW, and Junior Exec.
Comm., attendant to the Campus Queen
and Tokalon Secretary-Treasurer.
RITA WEEKS, a mu-
sic maior, has been
active in Fresno
State College music
circles. She was the
1959 - 60 president .
of Mu Phi Epsilon
Sorority, a member
of Bel Canto, A
Cappella Choir and
the Girls Octet. Rita
was also ,active in
Club, and Le Cercle
Francais. She is also
listed in the 1959-
60 publication of
W h o ' s Who in
Receiving the Best Actor Award for
1959 for University Street Playhouse
performances was NOBLE JOHNSON.
Noble, a graduate speech ltheatrel
maior with an English minor. Noble has
had acting roles in ten maior Playhouse
productions, he was presented the best
supporting actor award from the Univ-
ersity Street Playhouse for 1956-58. He
was a Western Speech Association mem-
ber while at FSC.
ALEX NORDHOLM has broken records as a
swimmer for the Fresno State Swimming
Team during his stay at FSC. Other groups
which Alex was a part of were Varsity F,
Pre-Med Club, Le Cercle Francais, Kappa
Sigma Fraternity and the Water Polo Team.
Alex who is a 1960 graduating elementary
education maior served as, Kappa .Sigma His-
torian this year. 5
IAN MITCHELL plans to dolgraduate work in social wel-
Fare, her maior. Jan has a list of activities from which
a few will be stated.
next year Jan was
Chairman and Chair-
man of the Queen's
lea and Float. ,As
Nngels' Flight Presi-
:l e n t, Panhellenic
Secretary, and Col-
lette Y U W'.,P.f!!.9
worked for a psych-
ology minor. During
l959-60 'ILLL she was
Delta Gamma Sec-
retary and Women's
.. f'-ft . 2. V:
X ill. L 'Receiving U n i te d
3 Press International
small American :col-
leges, was B A B E
WILLIAMS for his
performance t i s
B a b e has played
basketball for Fres-
gno Stagte the zgz igglast
three years and Yclur-
the Conference Basketball Team
forward. Last, year Babe was the second highest
V f DON ANDRESEN is a 1960 Fresno
' - ' 0 graduating senior with a maior in d
and a biology minor. Don has been a Dairy
and Sigma Chi member for four years and
,gig Dairy Club Reporter his iunior year. He
as secretary of Sigma Chi 1959-60.
5iFall Student Body Vice-President HERB STRENTZ was
Managing Editor of the Collegian and Commissioner of
Publications during 1958-60. Herb, a journalism maior,
H ,took first, place in newswriting cdmpetition at the Calif-
Liornia Intercollegiate Press Convention against other Calif-
ornia colleges and
universities in March.
He has been a mem-
Liber ofJ'l'AIpha rm
Gamma and several
student body com-
imittees plus working
as 1960 Campus
JOHN TINKER headed the class of 1960 when he
topped his classmates with the highest grade
point average his freshman year and as their
sophomore class president in 1957. John, a soci-
ology maior, became a member of Pi Gamma Mu
during this presidency. Also we mustn't forget to
mention that he founded the "Semper Fi Club"-
whatever that may be?!
Kappa Alpha Theta President, EUGENIE MAD-
DEN, graduates as a retailing maior thisaq.
spring. Eugenie served as Pu'bic"'-QR '
Committee Chairman, social
pa Alpha Theta and on the
Committee last year.
presidencies while at
of her Kappa Alpha
during her freshman
President the, next year.
President 1959 -60
was BEVERLY :BIT-
TER, an elementary
education maior. As
a freshman she was
'Won their-1f'lFrosh Exec.
Comm., a FSC Band
member and receiv-
,ed the ,Delta Kappa
-QG a m rn a Education
Scholarship. L a t e r
Bev was Sophomore
, -".., Social Chairman and
ta member of Kappa
Delta Pi, Phi Kappa
, Phi and Junior Exec.
i,ffi5c0t11l1t.,Sl'ft6 also ser-
'ved as secretary of
kalon, was a Phi
.lean Abe Irene Ahrens Mary Ann Ainger Beniamin Ainley Dolores Aia Nancy Alexander
acctg. elem. educ. soc. sci. soc. sci. soc. sci. biology
Clovis Mariposa Fresno Woodlake Madera Fresno
our earp Where have they gone? Well, the answer
Claire Allen Rosalie Allen Margory Allison Stanley Alloway Robert Amenta Don Anderson
soc. welfare elem. educ. acctg. P. E. soc. sci. bus, qdmin,
Monrovia Fresno Fresno Merced Bakersfield Fresno
s. . -ani
larry Anderson Roy H. Anderson Roy V. Anderson Sam Anderson
art. educ. engineering gen. engr. bus, admin,
Fresno Fresno Fresno Delano
we M ,
Joseph Andrews Eugene Androdi Edward Angel Octavio Armenia
music bus. admin. bl0l09Y viticulture
Fresno Riverdale Fresno Fresno
Stephen Anderson Donald Andreson
animal hus. dairy hus.
X If l
Donald Au Marvin Awbrey Norman Azevedo Mary Louise Bagdasarian Kenneth Bain Richard Baird
agronomy soc. studies civil engr. education marketing mech. engr.
El Centro Porterville Modesto Fresno Fresno Fresno
lo that depends on how you measure lime. For example,
Robert Baker Nancy Balaam Deanna Ball Jon Bqll
gen. business bus. educ. child development mech. engr.
Hilo, Hawaii Tulare Fresno Lindsay
Kenneth Ballard David Bqg-net'
bus. admin. engineering
Fillmore Elsinore, Calif.
Dorothy Barsamian Habibollah Bassiri Anna Marie Bastady Marvin Battcher Evelyn Bazen Arthur Beach
home econ. gen. agriculture home econ. criminology elem. educ. gen. business
Fresno Isfahan, Iran Porterville Ontario, Canada Lemoore Reedley
Diane BBUWY Glenda Bed! lline Beers Robert Beefa
elem. educ. elem. educ. bus. educ. indust. arts
Fresno Lemoore Visalia Madera
Dennis Behrens Gwen Bell
soc. sci. biology
Santa Paula Fresno
George Berg Sharon Berg Leonard Bernaciak Beverly Bitter lrving Biorge Quinn Blade
civil engr. english acctg. elem. educ. animal hus. bus, admin.
Oiai, Calif. Oiai, Calif. Manistee, Mich. Fresno Oqkdqle Fresno
this yeor's seniors have attended school through at leosl l24 units
Antoinette Blair William Blanken Allen Blankenship Judy Blunt Peter Boghosian Calvin Bohner
elem. educ. agriculture P. E. elem. educ. indust. arts art
Fresno Hanford Fresno Visalia Fresno Fresno
Bonnie Booth Nancy Bosserman Richard Boulware Ann Bowman Norman Brazelton Clifford Bressler
education english criminology home econ. civil engr. marketing
Spokane, Wash. Sanger Fresno Fresno Redding Hanford
2 A' gf ,,,
K? -, ,: 5-'Q V i X5 -
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iiii r f
Donald Bricker Charles Briggs Virginia Briggs Gwendolyn Brittain Charlene Brooks Beverly Bryan
civil engr. soc. studies edugqfion education english english
Sultana, Calif. Fresno Fregng Fresno Dinuba Fresno
Al Brown Charles Brown Le Roy Brown Robert Brown Ronald Brown Arnold Brunetti
elem. educ. indust. arts engineering engineering engineering engineering
Fresno Fresno Guam Atwater Atwater Fresno
iof which 40 must be upper divisionl nf class work, eight iouchll registrations
Louis Buchanan James Burkdoll Hugh Burns
ag. mechanics soc. studies agriculture
Lathrop, Calif. Orosi Dos Palos
Robert Cubrul Linda Cackler Dick Cain
dairy hus. elem. educ. P. E.
Manteca Hanford Selma
9 ' af'
Kenneth Burton Donald Bush Frank Byrdwell
P. E. P. E. music
Lemoore Salinas Fresno
William Cairns Roger Callahan Barbara Campbell
economics bus. admin. mathematics
Tulare Santa Susana Porterville
Robert Cannon Janet Cappleman Mary Capsin Margaret Cardenas Manuel Cardoza Sharon Carlson
bus. admin. biology elem. educ. P. E. P. E. elem. ed'-IL
Fresno Fresno Tulare Le Grand Hanford FreSl10
Geraldine Carroll Mervyn Carter Vincent Carter William Carter Delores Carvalho Beverly Case
soc. welfare P. E. agriculture agronomy elem. educ. elem. educ.
Fresno Oakland Oakland Fresno Kerman Exeter
and also eight dead weeks ltime to craml and eight final exam periods
fm ' .
Harvey Casey Adolph Castro Jerry Chadwick Archie Chaplin Edwin Charlebois William Cheek
bus. admin. ag. inspection bus. admin. bus. admin. acctg. bus. admin.
Lancaster San Diego Fresno Moundsville, W. Va. Paso Robles Fresno
Gin Su Chey Harold Child Carl Christensen Alex Christy Margaret Church Albert Cirelli
political econ. soc. sci. history civil engr. elem. educ. animal hus.
Los Angeles Selma Santa Rosa Turlock Fresno
V 1 :Ga1.s e.:.,rsr .fs
Rex Clark Richard Clark Roberta Clausen Robert Clerico
life science acctg. history ogronomy
Porterville Madera Fresno Bakersfield
Lyn Cole Ray Lewis Richard Colvin Mary Cook Linda Corbin
home econ. education recreation education P. E.
Fresno Fresno Glendora Fresno Norman, Okla.
iWhy didn't I cram?l Or perhaps you measure time by varsity athletic
Kenneth Coyle James Cramer Earlene Craver Robert Crawford Vernon Crawford
journalism physics history marketing agronomy
Dos Palos Fresno Fresno Oakland Wqsgo
Tom Crenshaw Marilyn Cl'iSPO Deni5 CFOMUHY Martha Crother Evelyn Crouch
P. E. soc. studies poly. sci. P, E. education
Fregng Carmel Fresno Moreno Fresno
Albert Cummings Martha Cupps Malcolm Currie George Dabney Fred Dahlinger
animal hus. elem. educ. mech. engr. soc. sci. marketing
Tehachapi Coalinga Fresno Santa Paula Fresno
5' N, WW?
'S' -ff A
Kenneth Dandridge Donna Dann Lewis Dann Valerie Darrow
soc. sci. education indust. arts elem. educ.
Chowchilla Fresno Fresno Pasadena
Leroy Davidian Evelyn Davis
P. E. elem. educ.
events. If these are important to you, the four years have been spe
James Davis Joe Davis Dick Davison Judy Dawson
criminology elem. educ. bus. admin. music educ.
Watsonville Selma Ventura Clovis
Robert Dayton Lucretia De Benedetto
indust. arts education
John Decker Richard Deiro Wallace Del Carlo Ruben Delgadillo Jo Ann De Luchey Jeannine De Matters
education viticulture elem. educ. psychology soc. welfare speech correct. 8- educ
Turlock Pixley Sanger Corona Fresno Fresno
William Derderian Harold Dervishian Susann De Silva Sam Dhong
l1iSt0I'Y engineering mathematics criminology
Sdrrdmenlv Fresno North Fork Pusan, Korea
Catherine Did! Adelaide Dice
home ECON- home econ.
- ,- U !nI'5J':?af"1"5'
Gylon Dickey Phil Dodd Hubert Donny Ken Dose Dwight Doss Bill Drumright
09- en9f- n9l'0n0'nY zoology P- E. elect. engr. education
Fresno Dos Palos Fresno Fresno Fresno Porterville
'n 40 football games Kwon 25 lost l5l, over l00 basketball games towright who
Gene Dudley Luis Duenas Kenneth Dye Thelma Easley Klyne Eckman
bus. admin. poly. sci. engineering education elem. educ.
Fresno San Francisco Lemoore Woodlake Fresno
Ray Edwards Thgmqg Emery Robert Emerzian William English Patricia Enos
engineering iournalism Viticulture gg,-iculgure elem. educ.
Fresno Colfax Fresno Fowler Turlock
Jerry Erickson Richard Erickson Robert Escobar Conrad Escobedo Rfibefl Everitt
indust. arts indust. arts indust. arts. criminology Civil engr-
Fresno Kingsburg Mantecu Fresno La Canada
RGY Elell Louise Facio Arthur Falch Rita Fanconi Charles Fanucchi Robert Faretta
gen. mktg, bus, educ. bus. admin. home econ. agronomy english
Visalia Fresno Fresno Atwater Bakersfield Fresno
, A ..
-.l V l .
Robert Farish Kathryn Farrow Dale Felton Carol Field Joe Flnkblnef Rldwfd FlfP0
bus. admin. soc. welfare animal hus. bus. ecluc. P- E- slam. educ-
Venfl-IYG FYESHO Clovis Los Angeles Fresno Fresno
lrew da pennies on da courT?i and some 200 baseball games. For most of u
f' fe,:ii,w1'ui .
KCY Fisher Bill Fluke James Flanery Nadine Ford Thomas Forster Don Forth
education P. E. journalism-soc. sci. music gen. agriculture history
Fresno Fresno Tulare Madera Fairfax Wasco
David Forus Laura Fowler Steve Fowler Hal Francis Joanne Fredeen Rqlph Friegen
engineering art bus. admin. mktg.-retailing elem, educ. edugqfign
Sanger Fresno Bakersfield Visalia Turlock Fresno
Kafl"fY'1 FWS' -lf-IGN FYY Deanne Fryer Frances Gabel Darryll Gale Patricia Gatland
elem- eduf- Elem- edvr- elem. educ. elem. educ. gen. agriculture elem. educ.
Fresno Selma Visalia Fresno Fresno Bakersfield
- ..,. , , ? -f
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L ff. ,
X ' 44? 'lfvf
X 5 i if ,A ff
i ,j ff I
1 will ll l llllll
Gary Gamble Evelyn Garabedian Delores Garrett Jim Gqrrefl Nancy Gaw Kitty Gertner
agronomy english education P. E. Clem- edvs- GY?
Corcoran Fresno Fresno Delano Lemoore San Luis Obispo
he four years have also included five class presidents iwe had two as
Fred Gidcomdlll Deena Giannopoulos Barton Gilbert Thomas Gilcrest Clyde Gillespie Louise Gilmore
agriculture soc. studies bus. admin. P. E. P, E, elem. edug.
Hdnfvrd Fresno Aptos San Lorenzo Visalia Alameda
John Glover AI Goldberg Movita Gomez Carlos Gonzalez John Goss Ernesl Gong
indust. arts psychology elem. educ. elem. educ. poly. econ. french
Santa Barbara Fresno Tulare Mendota Fresno Fresno
Rirhdrlll Graiedd Don Grau Walter Green Bert Gridley Janice Griesner
elem. ef-lUC- bus. admin. ag.-crop production ag. mechanics education
l'lGnf0fd Fresno Porterville Fresno Fresno
3: '43 ,.
Ann Gross Sandra Gross Barbara Grundy Barbara Hackett Ronald Hackett
soc. sci. elem. educ. mktg.-retailing elem. educ. elem. educ.
Modesto Turlock Modesto Chowchilla Chowghillq
frosh -- Breckenridge and Miss Cupplemun and Then There wus Tinker, Hansen,
Stella Hagopian Nancy Hale Carolyn Hall Merle Hall Jon Halseth
education education elem. educ. bus. admin. soc. welfare
Fresno Fresno Lemon Cove Three Rivers Fresno
A, ilfii 1' , 'sig'
William Hansen Ronald Hanson William Harbour Valerie Harder Harley Hardesty
civil engr. viticulture P. E. bug, edug, criminology
Fresno Kingsburg Bakersfield Dinubq Modesto
nd Gossl, l,00
Colleen Harrison Marquerite Harrison Judith Hartman James Harvey
iournalism soc. welfare elem. educ. elect. en9"-
Armona Fregno Fresno Fresno
David Hawbecker Linda Hawthorne Charles Hayes Gene Hayes Joe Haynes
psychology elem. educ. indust. arts recreation indust. arts
Fresno Porterville Bakersfield Tulare Fresno
l charges of student apathy, one book store robbery i 21,000
Donald Hazel Richard Heagy Joleen Heaton Kathleen Heinrich David Hein! James Heller
poly. sci. economics elem. educ. spanish bus. admin. bus. admin-
Fresno Fresno Visalia Biola FFESHO Fresno
. r. .V iill eeatt 0 0
,y so n -9... "' P'
VVV, , 1
K JA I Aix
1 e'2? 4:'Lf iig f'-X y '
felt , , watt we tx
James Henderson James Henning Donald Herman Hope Hernandez Loraine Hiett William Higgs
education english bus. admin. spanish bus. educ. engineering
Hanford Redding Alameda Dinuba Visalia Dos Palos
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Q iff' X? fi
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iff 1" '
Bradford Hill Daniel Hill Judith Hill Rodney Hill Jacquie Hilton James Hitchcock
art pqly, ggi, home econ. music soc. welfare biology-zoology
Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Salinas
Donna Hoffman Ted H0909 Brian Holecheck Alice Homes Charles Horne Neil Horsley
music educ. '-'CCl9- UCCl9- speech ltheatrel civil engr. indust. arts
Fresno Fresno Fresno Chicago Sanger Bakersfield
worthl, one frustrated drive for the five cent cup of coffee, n goo
Harold Householder Ronald Houston Leroy Howe Janette Howell James l'lUbllGI'd Roberta Hughes
P. E. bus. admin. dairy hus. recreation dairy indust. elem, educ.
Ventura Visalia Fresno Dos Palos San Bruno Porterville
7: " ' " 7 '
Sha,-on Hussey 'mrlene lmperatrice Lucille lnami Lynn Ingersoll Larry lngoldsby
elem. edug- elem. educ. education soc. studies soc. sci.
Fregng Fresno Madera Chowchilla Lindsay
,' fo- V
NUNCY IUOUYE GUl'Vin IVGFIS Bill Jamison Ronald Jensen Ronald Johannes Arnold Johansen
Elem- eduf- MUS- gen. agriculture civil engr. biology bus. admin-
Hawaii Fresno Mqrygville Clovis Fresno Fresno
-is , -,, K 1
, if '-1.1
', ". . , 1'
, 5' tugs.
. I ,egiufr
Arthur Jol'mS0r1 Cldrenfe Johnson Dee Ann Johnson Doris Johnson Roy Johnson William Johnson
lndusl. DHS SOC- sri- ki-pri educ.-speiech cor. home econ. crop production soc. sci.
Fresno Fresno Fresno Turlock Turlock Fresno
many more frustrations with the present lughl l0 cent cup of
Malcolm Jolley Howard Jones Lotus Jordan
geography agronorny elem. educ.
Clovis Fresno Parlier
Lois Justensen Shir-0 Kuqfo
elem. educ. sociology-anthropology
Fresno Tokyo, Japan
Amy Keosheyan Mary Ann Keosheyan Ronald Khachigian Jess King Julianne Kline Kenneth Kline
home econ. elem. educ. acctg. bus. admin. elem. educ. education
Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Newman Modesto
Judy Knapp John Knight Bernard Knoll Nancy Knoll Charles Koch Ronald Koehn
psychology civil engr. iournalism art educ. advertising art
Fresno Sacramento Fresno Fresno Selma Winton
Willy Kollmeyer Francie Kopman Marvin Krause Katherine Krikqyq Cynfhiq Kraus
chemistry educ. acct
Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fregng
25? ff if 5
Jagmohan Kukreia Ronnie Kundert Phillip Lacy Ed Lagrutta Ruby Lai
mech. engr. crop production electrical engr. music gen. elem-
Fresno Bakersfield Fresno Los Banos Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii.
coffee, the arrival of three residence halls and one parking fee
W: ff 1, .,
J ,,... '
Brii Lal Judy lamonica Carol Lang Harlan Lang Roger Lanse Everett La Rue, Jr.
mech. engr. educ. business admin. biology psych. 8. zoology agri. engr.
Fresno Fresno Vancouver, Canada Caruthers Selma Tulare
X4 61 4- AKXJ
Lora Lee Laursen Darlene Laval Steve Ledbetter Maurice Ledford Karla Lee Anifq Lenunigh
elem. educ. education iournalisrn ag. rnech. soc. welfare elem. educ-
Fresno Fresno Fresno Dos Palos Whittier Fresno
,. M 3
Diane Leverich Alfred Lichti Charles Linderman Roby, Linderman William Lloyd
soc. welfare elem. ed. engineering Zoology drama
Ffesno Reedlev Fmsno Crescent City Chicago, Ill.
Wmile l-00Pef Delbert Lopez Alex Luian James Luppino Jeri Luppino
mU"kefln9 chemistry criminology acctg. bus. educ.
FYOSUO Eurlimurt Fresno Madera Madera
360 editions of the Collegian lWhot do you mean? Who's onli-Greek?l,
Marcia Lynch Ray Lynch Ed Mackerley
business speech marketing
Fresno Coalinga Ogdensburg, N. J.
Albert Maddalena Eugenie Madden Elaine Magarian
indust. arts retailing elem. educ.
Petaluma Fresno Fresno
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fm ,I :Milfs :ai
Blossom Malkasian Fred Manke Marilyn Manning Aram Manoogian Nancy Marks Jerome Marquez
education ag. educ. home econ. bus. admin. mkrg.,rerr,iling spanish
Fresno Modesto Fresno Fresno Lancusrer Fowler
, X. pans.
John Marshall Ardismae Martin Abraham Martinez Douglas Massey Andrew Mastoras Arthur Mathieu
mesh. engr. home econ. crim.-law enforcement education acctg. geology-french
Westend Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Sanford, Maine
we-fi? , ga
Mike Mathiesen TOSl1ir0 MUYSUMOTO larry Matthews Nora Mayberry Harry Mazgedian Rodney Means
P. E. Orn. lwrl- soc. sci. education bus. admin, bus. admin.
Fresno Fr!-ISHO Bakersfield Visalia Fresno Beverly Hills
four student body presidents lPankratz, Riechel, Harrison und Whitfieldl
Viola Meier Ernest Melella Larry Mesple Ann Messer William Metcalf Armen Michaelian
elem. educ. education poly. sci. elem. ed. education zoology
Porterville Fresno Fresno Lemoore Ventura Fresno
' ' I0
Sandra Milfs Patricia Millard Edwina Miller Monica Miller James Milligan
elem. educ. mathematics home econ. home econ. acctg.
Van Nuys Porterville Fresno Madera Avenal
Marvin Mires Phillip Mirk0ViCl1 Richard MacDonald Dale Misclevitz .lan Mitchell
ag. educ. civil engr. indust. tech. zaology soc. welfare
Atwater COSIG M650 Fresno Fresno Fresno
Sally Mitchell Louise Mizote Hadi Mobargha Marilyn Mohling Louie Mondo
gen. elem. biology crop production home econ. P. E.
Glendale Fresno Hamadan, Iran Lancaster Merced
four iunior-senior proms lHow did all those frosh get in?l, four
Richard Moore Gene Morehead Louise Morgan Carolyn Moshier Kenneth Moshier
math. engr. elem. educ. home BCOI1- i. cl. educ.
Fresno Fresno Bakersfield Fresno Reedley
i. a. educ.
Ralph Moss Lynda Moye Thomas Mullican Art Munger Anne Myers Nancy Myers
indust. arts elem. educ. indust. arts ag. educ. music speech
Fresno Visalia Porferville Fresno Fresno Fresno
kk I 4... .V r
Norman McCarter Reese McClenny Keith McCormick James McCrory Karen McDonald Clyde McEfee
indust. arts zoology indust. arts elem. educ. bus. admin. BUS. admin.
Visalia Fresno La Crescenta Pinedale Fairfield Lancaster
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Fresno Bakersfield Rosamond
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Kenneth Pipes Donna Pippert Ted Pollard Melinda Portilla
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Arnold E. Joyal, president of the college, spoke of more residence halls which are going to be completed in the near future in his residence halls dedication
speech on November 1, 1959. Assemblywoman Dorothy M. Donahoe iDl of Bakersfield, the main speaker, expanded the theme with emphasis on the tremen-
dous need for more buildings to keep up with school growth.
THE RESIDENCE HALLS BEAR THEIR NAMES-
FSC's residence halls were honored with the presence of Il. to r.l Mrs.
George Graves, widow of the former head of the life science division
after whom Graves Hall is named, Mary C. Baker, for whom Baker
Hall is named, and Mrs. Frank Homan, widow of the late president of
the FSC Foundation Board for whom Homan Hall is labeled during
the halls' dedication.
Helping Dr. Joyal and Assemblywoman Dorothy Donahoe proclaim residence
halls dedication day as "another red letter day in FSC history" were il. to r.l
.lim White, from the College "Y" and Jess Rodman, president of the FSC Foun-
Mrs Kay Lawrence
Head Resident Graves Hall
The residence halls at Fresno State emerged this fall as a new
aspect of student life on the campus. From the very beginning
this program transcends mere buildings and the staff which
operates them. The essence of the residence hall program is a
personnel program that involves each resident. The purpose of
the program is to encourage growth toward maturity of the
individual student and to develop respect for and skill in dem-
ocratic group living. The general trend of the halls' program is
reflected in the preamble of the residence halls associations' con-
stitution: ". . . The purpose of this association is to promote to
the general welfare of students living in Fresno State College
residence halls by providing 'opportunities for effective self-
government, for educational and social growth, for scholastic
achievement, for recreational activities, and for the development
of cultural interests."
Mrs. Kathryn Peters
Head Resident, Homcm Hall
ouomg oorclinator and geecwl cneoialento
BAKER HALL OFFICERS- Barbara Bitting, secre-
tary: Loyetta Ellis, president, Marlene Kiern, vice-
president, lbehind Marlenel Pat Dalalian, treasurer.
First row, l. to r. - Caroline Wenger, Karen McDonald, Irene
Carey, Mary Ann Latronica, Maryon Matsuda, Margaret Parks,
Nora Dorman, Judy Stolper, Dodie McKenzie. Second row 1 Susan
Hoover, Ann Cornelius, Lucille Cox, Bettie Tillery, Patricia Hanley,
Cecilia Bell, Carolyn Dove, Valerie Graham, Sharon Garrison,
Linda Boroff. Third row - Joan Borchard, Linda Dishon, Andrea
Legg, Joanne Moffett, Kay Christiansen, Pat Tharsing, Mavis
Johansen, Eleanor Arnold, lris Taga, Chris Ming, Pauline Shibata.
After writing a constitution, the girls of
Baker Hall were kept busy with inter-hall
activities, formal and informal dances, a tea,
games and outdoor activities, and participa-
tion in campus activities. They had the
unique experience of participating in the
first residence hall program on the FSC cam-
pus and worked hard to promote the geg-
eral welfare of the resident hall members.
First row-Carolyn Gustafson, Jean Lindgren,
Sallee Burns, Dena Ruble, Melchora Racho,
Shirley Polk Hermine Keshishyan, Lynne
Dickinson. Second row-Jean Maley, Carolyn
Henderson, Melinda Webster, Donna Wilson,
Bonnie Williams, Charis Johnson, Viola
Roberts, Mariorie Rivers, Mariiane Alvarez.
Third row-Ellen Young, Brenda Oberstein,
Kathryn Higgins, Ann Michehl, Linda Carl-
son, Mardee Behrman, Merle Soults, Julie
Knapp, Marilyn Peterson, Sandy Matthews.
First row, l. to r. - Mary Nagel, Martha Fossum, Hazel Mitchell, Mary Miles, Cindy Rice, Elaine Clements, Sally Wyeth, Ann Teves, Anita Owen,
Patti Dalalian, Mary Murray, Portia Benadom. Second row - Linda Buell, Janice Kinnan, Rose Anne Bowser, Elva Keebler, Kathy Behm, Beverly Hassen,
Emmy Severtson, Marlene Keirn, Virginia Miller, Suzanne Porter, Rosemarie Galassi. Third row -- Kathy Gillespie, Joni Kelly, Margo Helm, Gail
Pierce, Sue Bratsberg, Pat Petersen, Marilyn Colbert, Karla Lee, Jeannine Ruble, Sheran Krisher, Sharon Harris, lrene Boucher.
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omelmes l ere doesnt seem 'O be enough Resident Advisors -- Dena Ruble and Karla lee
First row - Marilyn Switzer, Diane Quigley, Maxine Anderson, Barbara Bitting, Mariorie Blum, Patricia Ryan, Annette Giafer, Mqrihq
Schweich, Jean David, Pat Powell, Joyce Weber. Second row-Karen McKay, Pam Powell, Adrian Faden, Sue Kolby, Charlotte Vaught, Stella Hagopian,
Kay Wedegaertner, Bonnie Riggle, Beverly Francisco, Jean Bruce, Joyce Stephens, Sherrine Wulstein. Third row - Donna Schefield, JoAnn Shubin,
Carolyn McQueen, Barbara Wait, Barbara McDermed, Sandra Sargent, Ann Gross, Miyuki Shiba, Midori Yamada, Kathy Brown, Suzi Nutting, Patti
Taylor, Leigh Kennicott, Melinda Miles, Carol Olsen, Penny Rudy.
First row, ll. to r.l-Alice Burcher, .lanet Flores, Marnye Davis, Karen Lane, Bobbi Herring, Sharon Kuhns, Chris Lockyer, Emily Pitts, Jan Loh-
man, Carla Adams. Second row-Vicki Heckman, Margaret Barber, Sandra Allen, Sandra Holdsclaw, June Stenfort, Norene Rathbun, Unni
Knap, Jean Martin, Bernice Walls, Judith Steel, Bonnie Ovaska, Barbara Beniamin, Joan Cutting. Third row-Nancy Dirksen, Barbara Ramsey,
Evelyn Yardumian, Barbara Webb, Kathleen Kalstrom, Barbara Grundy, Barbara Finley, Denise Knapp, Dorothy Duff, Barbara Coddington,
Gayle Wilcox, Darlene Wheatley, Judy Mackay, Edith Pierce, Jennifer Staley, Fern Benight, Sharon Schroepfer, Nadine Pierotte, Jo Huter, Helen
Clifford, Mary Hazlett.
RESIDENCE ADVISORS-Peg Meyer, Bernice Nelson
and Barbara Wallerman.
Television is one of the recreational pastimes at
GRAVES HALL OFFICERS AND HEAD RESIDENT - Mrs.
Kay Lawrence, head resident, Mary Capsin, secretary,
Lonnie Stevenson, president, Margo Hunt, treasurer,
and Roberta McDonald, vice-president.
First row, l. to r. - June Fukuda, Carolyn Robison,
Judy Dobson, Susan Hill, Betty Buie, Sandy Wong,
Judy Kirkpatrick, Paula Andrew, Rosemary Mello,
Marilyn Benzango, Jane Fedderly. Second row-
Monnie Matlock, Sandra Relph, Diane Longacre,
Mary Sue West, Linda Cackler, Roberta McDonald,
Lonnie Stevenson, Lynda Burr, Gail Denman, Corine
Burnett, Elaine Sturgeon, Donna Hull, LaVelle Rob-
ertson. Third row - Nancy Malootian, Katherine
Brock, Betty Isaac, Karen Bergman, Louise Gilmore,
Mary Clark, Karlene Kahlstrom, Ellen Mortensen,
Mary Capsin, Margo Reynolds, Diane Falk, Linda
Bridges, Sally Eugenio, Janice Seifert, Mary Shum-
way, Carol Adam, Viola Griffin, Karen Peterson,
Bette Steuart, Pat Enos, Kathi Markley, Patricia
Millard, Mimi Bevis.
First row - Judith Minch, Lillian Abe, Rose Sil-
veira, Pegge Taylor, Nancy Balaam, Dorella For-
ward, Betty Chu. Second row - Gina Jett, Mari-
anne Young, Carol Miller, Sandi Aulman, Pat
Meadows, Jane Pippert, Sheryll Hammersten, Metta
Shields, Donna Udani, Gail Pellegrin, Barbara Wal-
lerman. Third row - Sally Fox, Carol Poncet, Ellen
Warner, Karen Musgrave. Nancy Winbush, Kay
Faubel, Peg Meyer, Marie Yela, Kathy Faulkner,
Kathy Clemans, Judy Lindgren, Judy Erickson,
Margo Hunt, Micki Hix, Judy Lillie, Margaret
On September 13th Graves Hall began their
first semester on FSC's campus. The girls par-
ticipated in building a homecoming float,
elected permanent officers, and during holiday
season decorated their hall in a Christmas
theme. During the second semester the council
planned a spring tea, senior picnic, several
dances, refreshments for hall meetings and a
scholarship or charity program.
First row - Phyllis Jones, Donna Love, Marian Asdoorian, Darlene Peterson, Sara Marshall, June Lindman, Carol Jordan, Judy Carter,
Barbara Green. Second row - Dixie O'Bryan, Arleen Kassler, Alice Abeghian, Jolee James, Patti Lou Baker, JoAnn Kazarian, Pauline Reed,
Jan Rosewall, Reiko Shitanishi, Patricia Sexton, Robin McMann, Diane Turner. Third row - Beatrice Hernandez, Betty Cady, Marsha Kidd,
Lynn Howard, Lorcha Del Puppo, Pat Donahue, Cheryl Hartman, Phyllis Balderama, Kathleen Peasley, Virginia Kelsey, Elizabeth Bostedt,
Barbara Stephens, Sue Farley, Bonnie Evans, Dorothy Roden, Viola Schroeter, Myrna Carter, Jimmie Vaughn, Yolanda Flores.
HOMAN HALL OFFICERS . . . Sitting, l.
to r. -- Mrs. Kathryn Peters, head resi-
dent and Larry Wolfsen, vice president.
Standing - Ddle Thayer, president, Dave
Kelz, treasurer, Dell Redding, secretary.
First row Bruce Carlander Joe Brazil, Lisle Lowe, Bob Harshbarger, Dan Earle Larry Poncl Roy Sordl David Spence Parvlz Amlma
Delbert Lopez Manuel Sebastian Second row - Raymond Huen, Gary Taylor, Henry Bunch Gary Jackson lrvm Palmer, Peter Estep, To
Beck Robert Short, Ronald Cope, Buck Levis, Charley Cooper, Ray Ransberger, Kenneth Taylor, Tom Pearce
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First row - Mike Jarboe, Charles
Jameson, Dennis Thomas, Bartlett Dick-
son, Tom Saunders, Robert Bell, Jerry
Larson, Dale Thayer, Hadi Mobargha.
Second row - Loren Youngclaus, George
Sangster, Arthur Henson, William Brace,
Joe Moore, Joe Jimenez, Bill Whitham,
Keith Wong, Bill Zuspan, Charles How-
land. Third row - David Vincent, David
Corona, Don Jones, Fred Tuttle, Richard
Craig, Lyle Olsen, "Tex" Smithson, Pat
Rizzotto, Doug Tuck, Donald Bassett, Bill
Blevins, Byron Gavrilis, Horman Azevedo.
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First row, l. to r. - Johnny Green, Maurice Ledford, Edwin Johnson, Stephen Dye, Noel Wilson, Robert Butt, Robert Deane, Paul Cutter,
Wilbur Shigehera, Tom Al-Hashimi. Second row - Lane Fye, Gary Fye, Leroy Shults, Ron Cole, Oral Balzer, Lee Ditzler, Dave Kelz,
Richard Kuckenbecker, Max Warden, Jim Coiner, Roy Muncy. Third row - Utah Hargis, Aram Hodoyan, Stanley Seifert, Roy Ward, Robert
Flegel, Gary Coronado, Tom Emery, Bill Lawson, Norman Hamlow, Howard Biggers, Arthur Robbins, Jim Akins, Lynden Garver, Larry
Wolfsen, .lerry Mclntosh, Ron Zimmerman.
The structural completion of on cam-
pus residence halls in time for occu- g
pancy during the 1959-60 scholas- V
tic year has created a situation from
which will spring a new era in stu-
dent activities at Fresno State Col-
lege. Homan Hall, the men's resi-
dence hall, is occupied by 202 men
who have formed the Homan Hall
Association for the expressed pur-
pose of providing opportunities for
effective self-government, for educa-
tional and social growth, for schol-
astic achievement, for recreational
activities, and for the development
of cultural inierests. This association Resident advisors - Tex Srnithson and Bill Blevins.
is also aware of the ways which
exist l'0 et1llVel1 and el"It'lClt CGHIPUS First row - Dale Mantelli, Bill Spidel, Bill Colvin, David Serrano, Don Jacloon.
'ife and have Pfoieded Plans which ffifllf, 1121.tfBlZlil"i'll"'vff,ld.fiif"Elille'0l,l'ffZ.n1l.T,f',fv'lmfilll'i'ZTAlff.I.'l.'l'if
will place ll'le l'l0l'T1dl1 Hall ASSOClCl- Dell Redding, James Ashley, Nick Watry, Doug Brown, Bill Baxter, Roy Gentry,
tion among the active organizations Sung-Hun Park.
of this campus.
Ping pong is iust the greatest at Homan Hall.
Agricultural Mechanics Club members act as
iudges at the Del-Rey Tractor Rodeo and direct
the agriculture mechanics division of the FFA
field day. The organization was formed to pro-
mote interest in the mechanical aspects of agri-
AG MECHANICS CLUB-Charles Goodale, vice-president,
Dan Mello, secretary-treasurer, Larry Wolfsen, Louis
Buchanan, president, Frank Errea, Bill Blanken, Bob
Lyman, and Larry Schieler.
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Chester Goodale Ev Larue Maurice Ledford Diane Longacre Bob Lyman Fred Rau Robert Tierrild Larry Wolfsen
Highlighting the year for Angels' Flight was when Mary B F ii L .s "tl,
Gendusa, Angels' Flight member, was crowned Galaxy
Ball Sweetheart March 4, 1960 in the Rainbow Ballroom. M, ix' W
Angels' Flight functions as a women's auxiliary directly rf- l 35?
to the Arnold Air Society and indirectly to the entire X A
Fresno State AFROTC.
Susan Callahan Lois Choate
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"The science of crop production and
soil management" is the symbol of
FSC's Agronomy Club, led in the fall
by Gary Gamble and in the spring
by Frank Periera. This activity year
the club participated in the Fresno
District Fair and sponsored the FFA
cotton judging contest and the ag-
ronomy contest and soil iuclging con-
test for high school students. The
social functions of the club consisted
of a fall banquet and spring field
trip and bar-be-cue.
Headed by Ray Scott, the Arnold Air Society
comprises FSC's chapter of the AFROTC honor
fraternity. Arnold Air sponsored the Galaxy
Ball this year, held at the beginning of the
spring semester. Mary Gendusa was crowned
at this annual ball.
Arnold Air, comprised of both lower and
upper division AFROTC students, holds vari-
ous activities with Angels' Flight.
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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY-first row, ll to rl-Doug Clore, Wayne Finger-
son, Dennis Wills, Bob Cunningham, Bill Brace, Dave Cobb. Second row-
Chuck Ryan, Vern Erickson, Jay Forslind, Anselmo Gallego, Dorin Ladd.
Third row-Ron Gerow, Henry Fogle, Gene Powell, Ray Scott, John Sinn.
Fourth row-.lim McKelvey, Jim Shiffer, Keith Becker, Dayton House,
The Chemistry Club changed its name from Chi Pi
Sigma and it is open to chemistry students.
Ernest Gotts Jerome Marquez
Le Cercle Francais is different! Being the french club
at FSC, it conducts its meetings in French-there are
readings and songs and also speakers to present
slides and movies on France. This group which stimu-
lates an understanding of French culture and an in-
terest in the study of the French language engages
in picnics and dinners also.
Ester Wi ker
gall ornicc ocic-:ty
Roy Anderson Norman Azevedo Richard Baird
Jon Ball Donald Bricker Leroy Brown
Ronald BFGWH Arnold Brunetti Malcolm Currie
Gylan Dickey Dwight Doss Richard Ellis
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Norman Azevedo explains a testing machine to high school
students during Engineers Open House.
David F0rUS Charles Hennings
William Higgs Harold Hill
Charles Horne Donald Hyberg
Ronald Jensen Forest Johnston Chris Kinzel
The California Society for Professional Engineers de-
velops professional attitudes through contact with mem-
bers in the field. Robert Shields, an electronic computer
authority, spoke to the members.
Activities included Annual Fall Banquet, open house
during National Engineering Week, and a spring picnic.
Albert Pratt Samuel Price
Robert Shadle Robert Sloan Gilbert Taber
HAVING A GOOD TIME ll. to r.l--Ray Hines, Bob Everitt,
Bob Johnson, Mrs. Bob Johnson, Mrs. John Knight, Mrs. Bob
Everitt, John Knight, Mrs. Ray Hines at the Engineers Club
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Statewide meetingp professional day for
high studentsl panel discussions and
guest speakers' including Dr. Hamilton,
state CSTA advisor form CSTA's list of
activities for 1959-60. California Student
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V, ' for better understanding of the entire
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Nancy Balaanv Dorothy Barsamian Anna Bastady Evelyn Bazen Cecelia Bell Andriette Benzler Joanne Bernardi
Betty Boos Virginia Briggs Beverly Broughton Linda Burr Bob Byrd Ron Byrd Barbara Campbell Cawlyn Card,-,,a shawn Carlson Delores Carvalho Karen Cotes
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They entered iudging teams at the
International Livestock Exposition
held in Portland, Oregon, the Grand
National Intercollegiate J u d g i n g
Contest in Waterloo, Iowa and the
Grand National Championships in
San Francisco's Cow Palace. The
group, sponsored by Mr. Robert Sel-
kirk and Mr. Clayton P f I u e g e r,
brought h o n o r s home to Fresno
State many times this year.
Dairy husbandry maiors processing Bulldog milk.
Norma Baumback Robert Cabral Vinlenf CUTIE' Rflbefl MOHISOWIGYY David Rethwisch
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The Industrial Arts Club takes field trips
to industrial plants, goes to conventions,
and hosts guest speakers from various
companies and manufacturing plants.
The group's sponsors are Mr. Conrad
Feuches and Mr. Richard Newcomb, stu-
dents maioring or minoring in industrial
arts or interested in industrial technology
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For persons interested in music or maioring in music, Mu Phi Epsilon, a
national honorary and professional music sorority, is the group to in-
vestigate. The sorority promotes musicianship and friendship among
women students of American colleges and schools of music throughout
the United States.
New on campus this year is the Ornamental
Horticulture Club which is open to students in-
terested in the cultivation of fruit orchards, veg-
etable gardens or ornamental plants. The group
deals with various Future Farmers of America
contests and Mr. Martin Braun advises the club.
Lows Levalley lawrence Temple
The Nightingales, an organization composed of
nursing students, became active on campus
when nursing, as a major, was offered for the
first time last year.
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Omicron Sigma Pi, the home economics club, provides an insight to the
fields of home economics. In affiliation with California and Nevada organi-
zations, the club attends an annual meeting in the fall. Each year the club
gives a food and clothing basket to a needy family at Christmas. Funds for
this are obtained from a bazaar at which they sell homemade stuffed toys,
cookies, and candy.
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Conducting the State Vine P r u n i n g
finals, grape iudging contests, and
holding a FFA vine pruning contest for
valley high school students were some
of the Viticulture Club's activities. They
also entered a float in the Homecoming
Day parade with Kappa Phrateres.
Ronald Bergman Richard Deiro Robert Emerzian
ln memory of Richard "Dick" Hansen
Passed away Jan. 15, 1960-Leukemia
Nadine Ford OFFICERS-Pat Martin, president, Rose Marie Gibbs, vice-president:
Ann Ewan, secretary, Charlene Scruggs, treasurer, and Phyllis Frantz,
historian and publicity manager.
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The Pianoforte Club provides musical performance experience
for intermediate and advanced pianists monthly-the group has
been active on the Fresno State campus for over thirty years.
Musical discussions, social hours, get acquainted parties, candy
sales for raising money for a freshman piano student scholar-
ship add up Pianoforte proiects. Sponsoring the club this year Pat Millard
were Miss Mariam Fox Withrow and Mr, Bob L. Bennett.
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The Pre-Med Club prepares students for entrance to medical school upon
graduation-a faculty advisory committee works with Staters and helps
them gain admittance to a medical school. In order to acquaint pre-
medical students with specialized fields of medicine, local doctors speak
and show explanatory slides at meetings. Each year the group holds a
dinner at which a S100 scholarship is given to an outstanding student.
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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL, first row il to rl-Donna Pedroncelli, Beverly Bitter, Sue
Rich, Mary Ann Schafer. Second row-Peggy Manlove, Joanne Bernardi, Alice
Morse - advisor, Bette Mockel, Mrs. T. R. Flynn, Francie Burkholder.
Delofes Gaffelf Judy Hegarty Brada McCormick Sue Rich Carole Ward
Panhellenic is the coordinating organization
for the six national sororities at Fresno State.
The council is composed of one iunior and
one senior delegate from each sorority. Su-
pervising sorority rush functions is the main
duty of Panhellenic. With Interfraternity
Council, Panhellenic co-sponsored Greek
Week and the Greek Dinner. Panhellenic
Council also serves as advisor to Junior Pan-
hellenic, which consists of two girls from
each sorority pledge class. The group is
guided by National Panhellenic rulings.
JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL, first row ll to rl-Jeanne Gonser, Pam Larsen,
Donna Hatfield, Alice Morse - advisor, Shari Welch. Second row-Ellie Davis,
Pegge Taylor, Camille Robertson, Jackie Allen, Jennifer Staley, sharon Knight.
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Diane Ehrlich Delores Garrett
Judith Gilmer Patricia Hager
Lucille Kezerian Elaine Magarian
Kitty Gertner Juliette Giacone
Judy Hill Maita Jacobsen
Patricia Parsons Donna Pedroncelli
President Pat Parsons
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PLEDGE CLASS, first row, l. to r. - Marian MacKinnon, Carol Jordon, Marty Kelly, Sara Marshall, Janis Mode, Camille Robertson. Second
row - Carolyn Collier, Pat Burnett. Leona Burglund, Dee Forward, Mary Beth Brogan, Sandi Stewart, .ludy Williams. Third row - Pat
Angelo, Pegge Taylor, Pat Bakula, Glee Haupt, Bonnie Shell, Marcia Metcalf, Lynn Brockman, Karen Shiebelhut, Helen Ogard, Sandra S
Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, FSC's Gamma Epsilon chapter,
served as hostess to all the California and Arizona chap-
ters at a convention celebrating their 1893 founding..ln
coniunction with Sigma Chi Fraternity, the Alpha Xi's
held their annual Christmas Decorating Contest for all
Greek houses on campus before Christmas recess, and
the prizes were awarded at the Greek Sing. The sorority
held its Rose Ball in March, and actively participated in
the Homecoming Parade, Greek Sing, the Masque Ball,
and the Blue Key Carnival. The pledge proiect for the
year was working with the Fresno Nutritional Home.
Alpha Xi philanthropies include a donation of books to
a tuberculosis ward, a scholarship, and an outstanding
The flower is the pink killarney rose, the colors are
double blue and gold, and the pin is the gold quill.
Dalynn Russell Diane Samons Alliene Spence
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Reta Robinson Gwen Rogers
Joyce Stephens Dana Wachhold Ann Webb
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Sunday aflernoons are terrific at the Della Gamma house.
Mary Delk Linda Fish Carol Gregg Linda Jurgensen
Judy Ecklund Judith Fisher Andrea Hickman Judy Knapp
Melinda Fairchild Susan Goodwin Terri Hirt Peggy Manlove
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row - Evie Barnett, Sally Goodwin, Liz Ryan, Sharon Knight, Chris Adams, Judy Martin. Third row-Rosalene Oberti,
Linda Hardy, Jane Pippert, Jennifer Staley, Nancy Hughes, Janice Matoian, Beverly Bernhauer, Sue Henryson, Mary
Ann Allard, Nancy Jackson.
Each year the Delta Gammas elect an Anchor Man-
this year Mike Mathieson, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, car-
ried the honor. D.G.'s took top prize during the Hallo-
ween themed Homecoming Week, in the float contest
with their two black cats on a green base entitled,
"Tails We Win." Highest scholarship in the sorority
division and "speediest" in the Pushcart Relays gave
Delta Gamma two more top notch trophies this year.
The sorority participated in the Greek Sing, Masque
Ball, Blue Key Carnival, and held its annual Mother's
Day Brunch, Father-Daughter Barbecue, and Founder's
D.G.'s local projects include the support of a foster child
and a scholarship to an educational maior. Nationally,
they give aid to the blind.
Along with the 84 other chapters in the United States,
FSC's Lambda Gamma chapter of Delta Gamma is sym-
bolized by a gold anchor pin, a cream-colored rose, and
the colors bronze, pink and blue.
Jan Mitchell Donna Pippert Judy Rau
Joann PhilliPS Bette Randell Suzanne Service
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Jean Underwood Margaret Yarbrough
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Nancy Bcsserman Beverly Broughton
Beverly Brydon Marilyn Crispo
Valerie Darrow Carole Dugan
JOYCE Filkel Carol Finley Laura Fowler Grelchen Gonser
Alice Grusddl Linda Hawthorne Judith Hegarty Sandra Hickman
Julia Johnson Sandra Kachner Judy Kempf Belly Lohr
President Carole Ogburn
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PLEDGE CLASS, first row, I. to r. - Pam Powell, Joanne Bernardi. Secon row - ue
Oberti, Linda Simons, Lee Keyzer, Beverly Francisco, Martha Demes, Jackie Allen. Third row - Linda Lauten, Mardee
Behrman, Pat Klamm, Peggy Levora.
Highlighting the year for the Delta Zeta Sorority was the initia-
tion of a new tradition-the selection of the first Delta Zeta
"Fiame." The 1960 "Flame" is Steve Fowler of the Sigma Nu
The Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority at Fresno State became Delta
Zeta in 1956, with the merging of the two national groups.
Carried over from the Delta Sigma Epsilon tradition is the spon-
sorship of a patient at Carville, the only hospital in the United
States where victims of Hansen's Disease are treated.
Other sorority activities this year included the building of a huge
Headless Horseman for the Homecoming Parade, a slumber
party preceding pledge initiation, and participation in the Greek
Sing, Blue Key Carnival and the Masque Ball.
Probably the most memorable event during the school year,
however, was an epidemic of measles which engulfed the sor-
ority during Semester Break.
D.Z's flower is the pink rose, the colors are old rose and vieux
green, and the pin is a gold lamp.
Sandra Mandeville Carol Miller Bette Ann Mack
Carole Ogburn Melinda Portilla Carolyn Vilhquer
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Sharon Anderson. Second row - Jo Huter, Sandra Scully, Carol Thorpe, Sharon Scully, Jane Findley, Dixie O'Bryan,
and Barbara Oates.
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Highlighting the year's activities for the members of the Kappa Alpha Theta
Fraternity was the annual Stardust Winter Formal. The dinner dance is held in
January and is open to actives and pledges of the sorority.
Other activities held during the year include the Tom Kat Banquet, and Mother's
Day breakfast, a Founder's Day luncheon and the pledges' Shanghai Breakfast.
The fraternity's national proiect is the Institute of Logopedics at Wichita, Kansas.
The group also aids local service organizations.
The emblem of the fraternity is the kite, the colors are black and gold and the
flower is the pansy.
Nancy Marks Elaine Muzio Judy Prentice Carol Sheldon
Judy Martin Linda McNatt Mary Ann Schafer Marlene Sinner
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Geraldine Carroll Bonnie Clark Betsey Cornwell Donna Dann
Lyn Darby Jean Falk Nadine Ford Marilyn Fries
Janey Hammaker Linda Hulsey Judy Keim Deann Kruse
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PLEDGE CLASS, First row, I. to r. - Maureen Clark, .ludi Scott, Virginia Hanna, Babs Dennis, Sharon Sanders, Marilyn Benzango.
Second row -- Julie Knapp, Judy Dunn, Pat Longacre, Susan Carroll, Penny Polite, Judy Anderson. Third row - Sylvia Gagle,
June Lindman, Jan White, Shari Welch, Denise Knapp, Darlene Peterson, Sandy Aulman, Patti Taylor, Julle Linscheid.
FSC Kappa Kappa Gammas look back on 1959-60 as the
year they won the Greek Sing, created a lovable "Cas-
per Ghost" for the Halloween Homecoming Lane, and
allowed the pledges to steal members under their un-
suspecting scrutiny right from the chapter house via the
back door for a memorable, successful ditch.
More KKG activities this year were their Christmas for-
mal, the Sigma Nu-KKG Christmas Party for under-
privileged children, a Friendship Brunch, and a barbecue
for dads, a brunch for moms, and an active-alumni
picnic and fashion show honoring graduating Kappas.
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The two colors of sky and sea, light and dark blue, the mane
wise old owl and the small golden key, and the stately
fleur-de-leis are the colors, symbols and flower of KKG.
JOYCE MeYlil19 Monica Miller Deanne Mineau Marilyn Nikkel Linda Parker CarolYf' Pease
K'-'Y Proett Eileen Schwabenland Joan Seltzer Diane Sharrah Mar9U"e' Smllh Carole ward
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pink and white decor.
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Wimer, Donna King, Carol Adam, Sandra Moore, Mary James, Joan Tolle. Third row -- Pat Morgan, Carole Bakman,
Sandra Shepard, Donna Hatfield, Pam Larsen, Betty Hughes, Carole Wilson.
Sponsoring the annual Greek Sing, participating in
the House Decorating Contest and announcing their
Gold Shield Knight at the Carnation Cotillion Dance
are Phi Mu's three most important annual events.
Ed Boswell, of Sigma Chi Fraternity, held the honor
of "Knight" this year. Other campus activities Phi
Mu's took part in were the Push Cart Relays, the
Masque Ball, the Blue Key Carnival, and the Home-
coming Float Contest.
Two proiects staged by the Phi Mu pledges this year
were a November Pledge Dance for the active chap-
ter and a Mothers' Tea in May. Presenting a "toy
cart" to the Kelso Village Home for the mentally
retarded is the sorority's local philanthropic proiect.
The Phi Mu pin is a gold shield, the flower is the
pink enchantress carnation, and the colors are rose
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COUNCIL, first row, ll to rl-Cecil Smith and T. J. Owens.
Second row-Gerald Bender, Stan Tuccori, Jim Orendorff, Vern Erickson, AI Gold-
berg. Third row-Bill Wipple, Jim Finnegan, Bill Clune, Larry Karabian, Clyde
Brough, and Pete Van Gelder.
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Greek Week with Panhellenic Council
was the main activity of the Interfrater-
nity Council for 1959-60. Greek Week
consisted of a dance, dinner, fashion
show, and the Blood Rally.
Interfraternity C o u n c i I, comprised of
elected delegates from each Fresno State
fraternity, is a governing and coordina-
of rushing, scholarship, pledging, hous-
ing, social and public relations.. The
council maintains a close relationship
with the college administration and as-
sociation to insure compliance with the
general regulations and policies govern-
ing student life.
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JUNIOR IFC, sitting-Ed Patton, Terry O'Bryan, Julian Hughes, Jim Orendorff
ladvisingl and Chuck Cummins. Standing-John Hedger.
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PLEDGE CLASS, ll to rl-Louis Hodge, Willie Heaton, King Morris and John
The Epsilon Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha on this campus is the 1960
outstanding chapter in the Western Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
The Alphas achieved a grade average that surpassed all the Greeks and
the all-men's average. They won the intramural track meet and took
the sweepstakes honors in the Push Cart Relays in the spring of 1959.
The Alphas held their sweetheart dance and sponsored the Calypso
Dance leveryone had a chance to learn the "cha, cha" at this dancel
during spring semester. Their Water Ski Carnival was held at Lake Mil-
lerton May 7 and 8. The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was founded at
Cornel University in 1906 as a negro fraternity but later all discrimina-
tion was banned.
George Hendrix Henry Hendrix
Clarence Johnson Bobby Jones Ward Mosley T J Owens
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PLEDGE CLASS, first row, ll to rl-Dave Hardcastle, Mel Kazarian, Stan
Stairs, Bob Laidlaw, Ron Gerow. Second row-Ron Kazarian, Jim Booth,
Rich Simpson, Jim Finnegan.
Sam Lanfranco Fall President John Rice
Jack Rustigan Jack Stefanich
Spring President Jack Rustigan
Taking the sweepstakes trophy with their
"Have a Cool Yule" theme in the annual
Christmas House Decoration Contest was one
of the highlights of the Theta Chi 1959-60
year. At an Easter egg hunt, the Theta Chis
and Delta Zetas gave prizes and gifts to
Fresno Nutritional Home Children.
Fred Tidyman, Tidyman Studio, presented the
fraternity with an oil painting of the Dream
Girl of Theta Chi-Kitty Gertner. Theta Chi
sponsored the Flamingo Club at the Blue Key
Carnival, held the Red Ox Stampede and
the Piriate's Dance and presented the "most
outstanding collegiate athlete" trophy and
a Theta Chi mug to Moose-Fresno State
College's mascot-at the West Coast Relays.
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Rvbeff Ffffeffd aan Hansen Harold Hin
Jim Hvmilfvn Bradford Hill Gerry Hoff
Bill Anderson David Bdrnelf
Clyde Brough Vern Erickson
Fall President Bob Peebles
Spring Presidenl Clyde Brough
PLEDGE CLASS, first row ll to rl-Glen Poteet, Ernest Weidner, James Clayton, Michael Arcelus, Mack Cole, Marty
Haskell, Philip Weber, Frank Errea. Second row-Tom Fields, Manny Bollakio, Bill Scheidt, Ken Hart, Bob LaPorta, Jan
Knee, Bob Casperian, Lionell Handel, Allan Kennedy, Vince Carter. Third row-Bill Lucas, John Henderson, Jon Ander-
son, Bill Strangio, John Kennedy.
For the eighth consecutive year Delta Sigma Phi ranked
first among fraternities for its donation to the annual
Fresno State College Blood Drive.
The Delta Sigs sponsored their annual Shipwreck Ball
this May iust before finals. "The girl l would most like
to be shipwrecked with" and the winners of the "girl
and guy hula contests" were announced at the dance.
Their Dream Girl, Sandy Kachner, was presented at the
Carnatoin Ball held in December. The Delta Sig Alumni
staged a kickoff dinner in March for actives and alumni
to get pledges of funds for the "new house" in the
future Fresno State College Fraternity Row.
Rod Paloutzian Robert Peebles Charles Ryan Simms Ryan Richard Schmidt
Robert Shawl John Thomsen Stanley Tuccori Mark Webster Gary Weiss
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Harold Householder Mike Isola Mike Mathiesen Homer Montalvo
ln spite of stormy weather and absence
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Art Munger Alex Nordholm Gary Pope Troy Ratliff Fred Rau Jim S5011
John Sylvia Bill Walls Bill Wayte Joe Weirick Odell Youngblood John Zaver
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The Lambda Chi Alpha house was their meeting place on Monday nights.
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Ed Mackerley Harry Mazgediun Phil McNamee Ray Murphy
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l PLEDGE CLASS, first row ll to rl-Ron Fernandes, Chet Cummings, Bill Robertson, Roger Peckenpaugh. Second row--Bob Ransom
3 Howard Eliason, Fred Beatty, Todd Smith, Larry Hill.
The Lambda Chi's kidnapping of sorority housemothers
added a spark to the All-Campus Charity Drive. The
housemothers were held as hostages in the Lambda
Chi Alpha house and served refreshments by the frater-
nity's Mothers' Club. The sorority girls had to pay a ran-
som of S1 to recover their housemothers. The money
was donated to the Charity Drive.
Lambda Chi Alpha sponsored their annual Pushcart
Relays this spring-helped construct the carts and a-
warded the trophies. The Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi
Alpha was presented at the Cross and Crescent Formal
Dance. Other Lambda Chi activities consisted of the
French Apache Party, the Apple Polishers' Picnic and
the Memorial Day picnic at Bass Lake.
Bill Seiler Gary Sexton George Vilardi Richard Walton Larry White Dave W4
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The SAEs have cats in their front yard, "twin lions" that is.
Albert Cummings Fred Dahlinger Bill Farrell Robert Franklin
Pete Ghormley Neil Hansen Bill Harris Dave Hawbecker
Dayton House Arnold Johansen Charles Koch Carl Kimball
Dorin Ladd Bill Larsen Richard Larsen Michael Lillard
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Brian Bowman Allen Bragg
Arnold Brunetti Donald Bush
Albert Cirelli Bill Cooper
Fall President Rod Means
Spring President Dave Niklaus
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A large Jack O'Lantern with a bobbing bulldog head won the Homecoming
Lane float trophy for Sigma Alpha E-psilon. Sweepstakes in the annual
Fresno State College Greek Sing was another SAE fete. For the first time six
girls were chosen this year as SAE Little Sister Minervas for their service to
the fraternity. The girls were Linda Snapp, Brada McCormick, Mary Delk,
Donna Love, Sharon Hussey and Deanne Mineau. Their sweetheart was
announced at the Sweetheart Dance in April.
Christmas tree sales added to their house building fund. More SAE activities
included the "after finals barn dance," the Sadie Hawkins Dance, a Christ-
mas party, Iuau and reunion SAE alumni and actives at the West Coast
Rod Means Calvin Niklaus David Niklaus Roger Nuttall
Arnold Peters Kenneth Pipes Andy Powers Roy Rainville
Donald Richter John Roehl Kenneth Scott Dean See
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Richard Firpq Don Forth Steve Fowler Austin Garrett
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Spring President Dan Mckeynolds
PLEDGE CLASS, first row, ll to rl-Bill Clune, Wayne Palmer, John Morris Dennis Metzler Armand Sandoval Frank
Fanucchi. Second row-Gary Smith, Jerry Maglio, Gary Hussey, Bob Wyckoff Bob Good Lew Smith Corky Keeslmg
The Sigma Nu's annual Steak Bake held on Memorial
Day at Bass Lake' was one of its maior get-togethers.
At the active-alumnus affair, swimming, water skiing,
singing, beer baseball and a steak dinner were on the
organization's schedule. The Sigma Nu's co-sponsored
a Christmas party for the underprivileged children of the
League School with the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority.
The fraternity's White Rose Girl was announced at the
White Rose Formal April 23. The Sigma Nus racked up
the open division trophy in the Pushcart Relays and
second place honors in intramural contests and fraternity
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Mike Navone, Ed Spencer, Joe Worrell, Lyle Putnam, Glenn Davis, Card Peterson, Jerry Simons. Third row-Dave Blickenstaff, Gary
Johnson, Dave Faller, Lou Haynes, Arnie Bertram, Don Schaefer.
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Sigma Chi won the Pushcart Relays for the fifth straight year
and gained this year's intramural championship.
Sigma Chi started the year with Fresno State College's first
dance of the year, the annual Kickoff Dance. The first fraternity
formal of the year was held by the Sigma Chis during the fall
semester-The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Sharon Anderson, was
crowned at the affair. In the spring, the fraternity celebrated
their Cotton Picker's Ball, annual active-alumni picnic and luau
Fred Giacomazzi Ronald Houston Jlm -l0hI150F1 Willy Kollmeyer Bill Milligan Bruce Moos
James Green Larry lngoldsbgy Byron Justus Harlan Lang Garland MOON? Clyde McEfee
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Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest business fraternity in the nation, fosters scientific research
in the fields of commerce, accounting and finance. The Gamma Lambda chapter has
taken several field trips and engaged in several research proiects. Socially, they have
parties, banquets and picnics to help provide recreation for those who want to take
a break from studying business. They also hold meetings with professional business-
men as guest speakers. Mr. Clayton Tidyman and Mr. Wayne Brooks, FSC professors,
advised the group.
Jess King, spring secretary, looks on as President John Mitchell shakes Davison in congratu-
lations for spring presidency.
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ALPHA KAPPA PSI MEMBERS-Jess King, Pete Luttermoser, Jim Luppino, Richard Davison,
Don Grau, and Don Bradley.
Al Grace, vice-president
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HONORARY - PROFESSIONAL
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John Mitchell, president
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Alpha Phi Gamma's maior project for the year was sponsoring
the annual spring sing meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Scho-
lastic Press Association. This national co-educational iournalism
fraternity also assists the journalism department in hosting meet-
ings at which newspaper iournalists from throughout the valley
are guest speakers. The fraternity is open to students who have
reached sophomore status, in the upper 2X3 of the college's
scholarship and have worked on a FSC publication for at least
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This year the Tri-Betas discussed bacteriology and insect
control, went on field trips, held a picnic, held regular
meetings, and attended the Western Regional Convention
May 'l5-17 held at Cambria. Beta Beta, Beta, a national
biology club, initiates members ibiology majors who
have completed three biology courses and with a mini-
mum 2.6 grade averagel at its Initiation Banquet at the
end of the fall and spring semesters.
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Peter Boghosian Darrell Downey Jerry Erickson Richard Erickson Ronald Hackett
Arthur Johnson, Keith McCormick,
This year Epsilon Pi Tau gave two scholarships.
The John C. Pennley scholarship went to an in-
coming freshman student and the M. A. Grosse
scholarship to an upper division industrial arts
maior. This industrial arts honor fraternity had
two Initiation Banquets, fall and spring. On Jan-
uary 2l, 1960 they celebrated their tenth anni-
versary at the Alpha Lambda chapter of the
international fraternity. They attended the CIEA
convention in Los Angeles during the spring
semester and had speakers from the fields of
industrial education and industrial arts through-
out the year. The trustee is Mr. M. A. Grosse
and the co-trustee is Dr. William Bliss.
Elmer Scritchfield John Thomsen
HONORARY - PROFESSIONAL
David Barber Herbert Berg Brady Bridges
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, better known as Sinfonia, is a national music
fraternity for men. Members must be at least a second semester fresh-
man with a 2.5 grade average in music courses. Fall 1959 they sponsored
the All-American Composers Recital and participated in the Greek Sing.
ln the spring they had their initiation dinner for new members. The local
chapter, Gamma Pi, was established in 1942.
hi u oglpha infonia
Mary Corbin Barbara Costa
The biggest event of the year for Pi Epsilon members is their annual
homecoming in the spring. Held on the weekend of the West Coast
Relays, the reunion is attended by all alumnae and members. This honor-
ary organization for women P. E. maiors, also presents a S150 scholar-
ship each year, decorates the door of the Women's Gym at Christmas,
and has an initiation for new members each fall and spring. They period-
ically have meetings at which they invite guest speakers. Members must
be at least second semester sophomores and have a 2.5 grade average
in all P. E. courses.
HONORARY - PROFESSIONAL
Joanne Schroll Barbara Weaver
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Phi Sigma Tau, honorary upper division engineering fraternity,
selects their members on a threefold basis-scholarship, practi-
cality, and sociability. The fraternity sponsors an annual scholar-
ship award to the freshman and sophomore engineering stu-
dents with the highest grade point average.
Richard Baird, president
Robert Sloan, corresponding secretary
Robert Eve ritt
Malcolm Currie, treasurer
John Knight, secretary
Dwight Doss, historian
HONORARY - PROFESSIONAL
Dolores Aia, historian
The national honorary social science fraternity on the
Fresno State campus is Pi Gamma Mu. Established at
FSC on May 13, 1939, the group gives an annual award
to the social science student with the highest grade point
average in the social science division. An installation
banquet is held each semester and several dinners and
luncheons are held during the year. Membership re-
quires a 3.0 grade average in a minimum of 20 units
of social science work. Dr. Clair Nelson and William
Young sponsor the organization.
Roberfu Crouse,-,I Peggy Levora Larry Mesple June Stevens
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Nancy Bvlfwm nine new Bill cheek,
Cure' Field Loraine Hiett treasurer
-lefl l-UPPln0 Gloria Schreiner Miyuki Shiba
Pi Omega Pi, a national honorary busi-
ness education fraternity, was estab-
lished on the Fresno State campus to
create a better interest and scholarship
in business education. Regular business
meetings, an installation of new mem-
bers, panel discussions, conventions,
field trips, and luncheons are activities
of the group. Advisor for the group is
Patricia Ewing Louise Facio
HONORARY - PROFESSIONAL
Troy Parker R. Richardson
Marlene Sinner, Wesley Stewart,
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exchange money for a ticket to the COP
game via the rooters' train while Linda Snappg
Rally Committee Chairman looks on.
After the Speech Arts Building fire during
fall semester workmen cleared away the
debris in order to resume construction.
The "Flamingo Club" at the Blue Key
Bob Dickey and Julian Hughes showed Staters the "unique" way
to travel from class to class.
Carnival had the realistic nightclub look.
"Coffeetime" at the Newsman's Conference.
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Baptist Student Union's program is varied-variety is provided by panel
discussions, films, speakers, retreats, parties, conventions, and group dis-
cussions. As far as retreats are concerned for Baptist Student Union members,
they are biannual-one in mid-winter and one in the spring. This group is
a link between the campus and the church.
Phil Dodd, president
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, ll to rl-Phil Dodd, president, Barbara Lamar, Sandy
Allen and George May.
George May James Ward
Peggy Rigor Donna Wilson, music
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The Campus Christian Association, more commonly known as the College Y,
is the YMCA-YWCA on campus. lt has been active on the Fresno State campus
since January, 1912.
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Radna Haupr Judy Hill
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Alan Koch national Judy Lindgren
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Mary Ellen Rose
Joyce Stephens Othene Thomas
Charlene Scruggs M, Yarbrough
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The Newman Club has a rounded schedule of religious,
educational and social activities. On the religious and educa-
tional slates, the club holds an annual initiation ritual with
Benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament, monthly communion
breakfasts and classes for the study of Catholic Theology and
the Bible. Social functions are box socials, taco feeds, snow
parties, dances and beach parties.
Susan Gallahan Carolyn Cardoza Mary Capsin Judie Cleary
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Joan Seltzer Mary Lou Silva Sandra Somdal , .lack Stefanich Larry Steffensen Virginia Tirado Stanley Tuccorl George Vilardi Caroline Wenger Anna Zito
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The main objective of Blue Key is to be of serv-
ice to the college and to the area which Fresno
State represents. Membership in this honorary
fr a t e r n i ty is attained through outstanding
achievement both academically and in activities
on campus. Each year, the members of Blue Key
sponsor the All-Campus Charity Drive and the
Blue Key Carnival. Blue Keyers also serve as on-
lookers during the student body and class elec-
Checking notes on the Blue Key All-Campus Charity
Drive are BLUE KEY OFFICERS-Phil Ross, presi-
dent: John Goss, recording secretary, and Richard
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Tokalon is the women's honorary upper division
service group on the Fresno State College cam-
pus. Scholarship and activities are the basis for
membership. The organization's main obiective
is to be of service in the various functions of the
college. Each year they sponsor the Tokalon
awards assembly which is a means of recog-
nizing the accomplishments and activities of vari-
ous individuals and organizations on campus.
Tokalon also holds a spring and fall banquet
in honor and coniunction with its alumnae. The
members of Tokalon often work with other ser-
vice organizations in the promotion and pro-
duction of campus events.
Tom Blair fall historian Jeannine DeMattels treasurer Janet Capple Beverly Bmer
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The uppers of the lower division-CADINAL KEY, first row, ll to rl-
Ron Kazarian, Greg Sivaslian, Bes Lewis, Pat Curran, Julian Hughes,
Gary Fye. Second row-Dr. Theodore Grivas-advisor, Jim Morris,
Gerry Hoff, Stan Stairs, Carl Kimball, Richard Larson, Bob Flegel, Ron James Ayneswonh
Byrd, Theron Pace, Jerry MacDonald.
Cardinal Key is the lower division men's service
organization. Membership is based on scholar-
ship, college activities, and service to the school.
They started off the school year by selling
theater tickets to build up the treasury. In Oc-
tober they sponsored the annual Maid of Cotton
contest. The winner was named at a tea in the
College Religious Center. They also helped with
the yearbook during deadline time and in May
they helped to distribute the book. When the
second semester arrived they initiated 16 fresh-
men. A new proiect for the year was sponsoring
the Campus King contest. The winner was an-
nounced at the Blue Key Carnival. They also
held a picnic at Millerton Lake to round out
WHAT'S HAPPENING GANG?-Asks Jim Morris, spring treasurerp Julian Hughes,
spring president, and Ron Byrd, spring vice-president.
Frances Burkholder, treasurer
Peggy Camin, AWS representative
Carol Emrerzian, secretary
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The Sophomore Service Society is com-
prised of FSC sophomore women who
were active in SWAG, FWLC and other
organizations in addition to above aver-
age scholastic attainment. The organ-
ization works in preparing the Queen's
Tea, Queen's Ball, senior reception and
Mavis Johansen, Student Council rep.
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Joyce Weber, historian
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Carole Bakman Evie Barnett Mordee Behrman Bev Bernhauer Rose Ann Bowser Connie Boyer Mary Brogan Pat Burnett
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"SWAG" is a term more commonly used to denote the Freshmen Wom-
en's Social Activities Group which is sponsored and supervised to some
extent by AWS. This organization is open to all freshmen women at
Fresno State College. Its purpose is to give entering women an oppor-
tunity to be of service-through ushering at football games, helping
prepare the Campus Queen's float for Armistice Day, serving as opera-
tors of the student post office, planning the Queen's Tea and aiding in
the preparations for the Queen's Ball-and to become more closely tied
to college life and its functions.
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Student Council Rep. AWS representative
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Cufol Tl10fP9 Sharon West Darlene Wheatley Gayle Wilcox Carole Wilson Dorothy Wimer Kay Woodman
HRESHMEN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON CLUB, first row ll to rl--Kathy Stocks, Chris Adams, Judy Dunn -
secretary, Sue. Second row-Liz Ryan, Jill Otto, Sue Schaffer, Janice Matoian - treasurer, Julie
Holstein, Mary Beth Brogan - AWS representative, Evie Barnett, Judy Martin, Sue Gates. Third row-
Sue Kolby, "Jeff" Staley - president, Nancy Jackson, Sharon Knight - vice-president.
reollman omeno' uncheon elulf
The club was formed during the second semes-
ter and meetings were held in the women's
One of the maior activities of the Freshmen
Women's Luncheon Club is handling the spring
semester AWS Spring Formal. The thirty-five
members of the club are selected from the Fresh-
men Women's Social Activities Group lSWAGl
on the basis of scholarship lat least a 2.25
average is requiredl, activities and outstanding
service to the college.
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toian - treasurer, "Jeff" Staley - president, Judy
Dunn - secretary, and Sharon Knight - vice-presi-
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The Bulldoggers actively participated in the annual Intercollegiate Rodeo
held in Clovis. Members entered bronc busting, calf roping and tying,
milking and barrel racing contests against other California and Arizona
colleges and universities. Carole Watson, a member of the Bulldoggers,
was crowned queen of the Intercollegiate Rodeo March 19.
The gals are showing the fellas how to rope-em and tie-em
Ka ren McKay
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Donald Au ff' '
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The Green Horn Rally, which leads off the year's ac-
tivities, and the Poker Run are iust two of the many
activities sponsored by the Foreign Car Club. Its main
aim is to foster interest in motor sports through rallies
and movies. This year, the club sponsored the "Auto
Q Bob Faretta John Hedger
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Jim Slfmcln Sandie Stewart
Each year, Chinese Students hold dances and bowling
parties to raise money for a scholarship given to a de-
serving freshman. This year club delegates attended
the annual Chinese Students International Organization
held at the University of California.
Ernest Morishita Bob Shawl
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Charles Hennings Sam Lanfranco
Kappa Phrateres, FSC's women's social and service organization, painted
curbs this year and enjoyed it-the reason?-Well they were the only
women's organization to ioin in on this Lions Club sponsored proiect.
With a pledge class of thirty, Phrateres continued their service to the
Fresno Nutritional House, and held an exchange with Blue Key, and a
Carolyn Cardoza Martha Cupps
Thelma Easley Dorothy Facio Louise Facio Rita Fanconi Sharron Gregory
Stella Hagopian Marquerite Harrison Mqriqnne Haury Nan Hetheringfon Linda Lauten Gina Jett
Beverly Mecchi Viola Meier Sally Jo Mitchell Marilyn Murtos Gail Pierce
FALL SEMESTER PLEDGE CLASS, First row ll to rl-Sue Bratsberg,
Marilyn Heller, Anne Gilmore, Martha Fossum, Donna Kelly, Mary
Nagle, Karlrose Nikkel, Hazel Mitchel. Second row-Clarice Phillips,
Pauline Porter, Carol Lee Soule, Mary Sneed, Andrea Holme, Ann
Michehl, Mary Lou Bagdasarian, Janice Griesner, Joan Peterson. Third
row-Cindy Rice, Debby Edginton, Shirley Briggs, Gail Clements, Daisy
Mae Sherman, Mary Beth Miles, Ramona Garcia. Fourth row-Lillian
Pampeian, Rose Ann Bowser, Patz Donahue, Mavis Johansen, Susan
Hoover, Kathy Hadsall, Karlene Kahlstrom, Charlene Redwine, and
Edith Sonke Nancy Sumpter Roberta Sumpter
Charlotte Vaught Patricia Walker
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The Nisei Club, with a membership made up of FSC
students of Japanese-American descent, engaged in
many activities this year under the leadership of its pres-
ident Aldan Kamikawa. Among its many social activi-
ties, Nisei Club claimed a Christmas party, several
dances-among them the annual sweetheart dance, and
participation in the California Inter-collegiate Nisei Or-
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doubled in membership. Members snow ski in the winter and
water ski in the spring. They were kept busy this year with
over-night ski trips.
Robert Beffa Mardee Behrman Ronald Besoyan Irving Biorge Hiram Blanken Peter Boghosian
M- Chflslensen Bafbtlftl COSBY Don Culbertson Albert Cummings Richard Deiro Babs Dennis Sandy Dick Pat Dwelle
Emil Ernst Richard Firpo Nadine Ford .lay Forslind Don Forth Steve Fowler Donna Fries Sue Gates
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Barbara Green Rosemari Grenfell Virginia Hanna Donna Hatfield Susan Hill Lynn Howard Don Hyberg C. Imperatrice
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James Sirman Jack Stefanich Tom Strentz Patricia Taylor Carol Thorpe
RECREATION ORGANIZATION MEMBERS at the Recreation Society Con
ference, San Jose. First
row ll to rl-Sharon Harris, Virginia Miller,
Ruth Harris, Blaire Russell, Richard Russell. Second row-Dick Colvin, resident
Lou Popler, Dean Melvin, Joe Juliana, Gene Hayes, Sam Burns, John P .ww
Webster, and Doug Meyer.
One ot the newest of Fresno State's
organizations is the Recreation Or-
ganization, formed in September of
1959. The club sprouted from a stim-
ulus of last year's addition of rec-
reation as a maior in the coIlege's
curriculum. Activities engaged in
were potlucks, bowling parties, the
Homecoming parade, a snow party,
a formal dinner and a club picnic.
The Recreation Organization also
worked with the residence halls in
planning and conducting a pro-
gram of activities and assisted in the
development of the campus recreae
Basketball, badminton, and trampoline were some of the activities
sponsored by the Recreation Organization at "Play Night."
tion play night program.
The Young Republicans work for the pur-
pose of developing interest and knowledge
in government affairs through participation
in state, county, and city conventions and
gatherings. The 50 members of the organ-
ization campaign on campus for the party's
candidates and try to advance campus senti-
ment for the Republican Party. With the
national presidential election in sight, a
mock election was held during the spring
semester in coniunction with the Young
rgcmizationo ot n
Christian Science Organization
lnter-iVarsity Christian Fellowship
Phi Kappa Phi
Western Speech Association
Block and Bridle
Psi Chi Club
S :'L "'L S 'S Ernestine Severini
and Mary Ruggeri
and Nancy Marks
Brada McCormick ,
and Peggy Manlove
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JUST WATCH THE CHAIN REACTION OF FRESNO STATE
COLLEGE CHEERLEADERS-Roger Saville-head cheerleader,
Alan Koch, Ron Gerow, Jim Finnegan and Gail Benbrook.
FRESNO STATE COLLEGE PEPGIRLS, first row ll io rl-Peggy
Manlove, Nancy Marks, Sharon Tranberg, Mary Ruggeri.
Second row-Janis Mode, Francie Burkholder, Alean Saunders,
Brada McCormick, Ernesfine Severini.
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First row Il. to r.l - Merle Hall, Earl Whitfield, Sylvia Hale, Arthur Safstrom,
Robert Groendyke. Second row-George llg, Hal Beatty, Earle Bassett, A. W.
Holmes, louis Mudge, Gordon Wilson.
oarcl of ogtlulc-:tic G control
No, this board doesn't control Fresno State's athletes-it has general control of all competitive intercol-
legiate athletics at Fresno State. One of the Board of Athletic Control's responsibilities is to approve all
football, basketball, cross country, baseball, tennis, track, golf, swimming and boxing schedules.
"Tex" Smifhgqn Earl Whitfield
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29 .... Salnta Barbara .... 12
6. . . San Diego Marines . . .13
14 .... San Jose State .... 40
28 ....... Cal Poly ....... 13
38 .... San Diego State .... 13
13 ........ COP ........ 18
29. . . Long Beach State . . . 8
21 .....,. LA State ....... 0
22 ....... Hawaii ....... 13
A 7-3 season and the CCAA
Championship was the 1959
record for new Head Coa ch
Cecil Coleman. With only a 34
man squad, "quality, not quan-
tity," the Bulldogs had only one
poor game and, except for two
c o s t I y fumbles, could have
sported a 9-1 record for the
season. Coach Coleman's mul-
tiple offense eleven won their
first two games, drove 94 years
in the final minute only to fum-
ble on the 5-yard line against
the Marines, then fell apart
against the San Jose Spartans.
The Cardinal and Blue bounced
back to rout Cal Poly and San
Diego State and came within
40 seconds of upsetting COP in
Stockton. The 'Dogs had a 13-
12 lead and possession of the
ball but lost it on a fumble and
the Tigers scored with 40 sec-
onds left on the clock. The FSC-
ers won their last three contests
for an undefeated CCAA record
and a fine .700 winning per-
l. to r.-Birger Johnson, trainer, Bob Burgess, line coach, Cecil Coleman, head coach, Kenny Gleason, backfield coach:
Darryl Rogers, end coach.
First row ll. to r.l - John Webster, right end, Glenn Riggert, right tackle, Doug Brown, right guard, Don Brockett, center, Rich Rohrke, left
guard: Jack Mattox, left tackle, co-captain, Jay Buckert, left end. Second row - Billy Wayte, left halfback, co-captain, Nick Papac, quarter-
back, Larry lwasaki, fullback, .lim Kuhn, fullback: Dale Messer, left' halfback.
First row ll. to r.l-Fred Raco, right end, Sonny Bishop, right tackle, Dave Peeler, right guard, Harold Householder, center,
Lou Guida, left guard, lou Poplar, left tackle, Troy Rotliff, left end. Second row - George Ragsdale, left halfback,
Bob Van Galder, quarterback, Nick Mclsich, fullback, Jim Sanderson, right hulfback.
First row - ll. to r.l Wes McWilliams, right end, Rich Nagel, right guard, Les Walch, right guard, Gary Taylor,
center, Charlie Ratllff, left tackle, Ron Leonti, quarterback. Second row - Ernie Wall, right halfbackp Delton Morris,
fullback, Mike Pratt, quarterback, T. J. Owens, left halfback.
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ship game. The 'Dogs won 21-0.
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behind to score 6.
of the San Diego Aztecs, Dale Messer cuts through the line with the Aztecs close
rooln ootlfccll gleam
The Frosh pigskinners, small in size and number, failed to
taste victory under Coach Gene Beyer this season. Only two
men tipped the scales over 200 pounds and faced weight dis-
advantages up to 15 pounds per man during the season. The
strongest freshman schedule in FSC history was played by a
squad that averaged only 18 men per contest and were usually
outplayed the second half because of this lack of depth. The
Bullpups best effort came against USC when they were down
only 14-6 at the half and had gained eight first downs against
two for the Trobabes. The Pups led 15-12 in total first downs
for the game but still absorbed the defeat.
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First row ll. to r.l - Larry Pickering, right halfback, Art Andrews, fullback, Scott Barcus, quarterback, Bryan Cupps,
left halfback, Bob Weedin, left end, Larry Ponci, guard. Second row - Gene Beyer, head frosh football coach, Clarence
Borba, left guard, Pete Bergin, left end, Fred Tuttle, right end, Dan Earle, right end, Mike Wimbush, fullback, Curtis
Tuck, quarterback, Jon Peterson, line coach. Third row - Dave Vincent, center, Jim O'Banion, right tackle, Pat Gregory,
6 right guard, Harvey Krager, left tackle, Bill Lucas, right tackle, Tom Whipple, right guard.
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48 ..... U. of Oregon ..... 62
60 ..... U. of Oregon ..... 68
74 ...... Cal Aggies ...... 58
72 ...... Chapman ...... 65
63 .... San Jose State .... 68
70 .... U. of Nevada .... 55
85 .... U. of Nevada .... 53
77 ...... Evansville ...... 85
62 .... Tennessee Tech .... 70
88. . . Los Angeles State . . .83
65 .... Santa Barbara .... 49
66. . . Long Beach State . . .71
62 ...... Chapman ...... 60
70 .... San .lose State .... 45
61 .... Sain Diego State .... 57 4 . 4 cache,
80. . San Diego State . . . .62
71 . . . Long Beach State . . .70
83 ........ C.O.P. ........ 62
77 ....... Cal Poly ....... 67
81 .... Arizona State U. .... 97
69 ..... U. of Arizona ..... 68
81 .. San Fernando State ..70
60. . . Los Angeles State . . .83
60 .... Santa Barbara .... 59
62 ....... Ca:l Poly ....... 69
73 ........ C.O.P. ........ 66
62 ...... S. F. State ...... 49
62 ...... Chapman ...... 70
Winningest basketball coach in
FSC history, Bill Vandenburgll.
1960 SEASON SUMMARY
When the 1960 basketball season ended Coach Bill Vandenburgh's Fresno State quintet had
swept to the CCAA championship and an undefeated league record at home. The squad's 18-
10 season mark included two victories over powerful Chapman College and enabled Vanden-
burgh to become the winningest coach in FSC hoop history. Vandenburgh's squads have now
won 94 games to eclipse the previous record of 76 set by Arthur Jones' teams in the 1920's.
FSC ran its undefeated mark at home to 21 straight victories before the streak was snapped
by Chapman during the National Collegiate Athletic Association small college regional playoffs
hosted by Fresno. FSC and the Santa Barbara Gauchos each finished with 7-3 league marks,
but the championship went to the Bulldogs by virtue of their two regular season wins over
the Gauchos, the last a 61-60 thriller. A solid core of veterans led by season captain Babe
Williams, an honorable mention All American small college guard, Al Brown, a forward con-
verted to center, and Tom Gilcrest was aided greatly by the development of iunior college
transfers Mike McFerson and Vern Crissman. McFerson, voted the most valuable player in the
NCAA playoffs, led the squad in total points with 355 and a 12.7 per game average. Brown
had 342 points for 13.2 per game and Williams potted 336 points for a 12.9 average.
STARTING FIVE-Mike McFerson, Babe Williams, Tom Gilcresl, Vern
Crissman, Al Brown.
CCAA CHAMPIONS-First row-Bob Van Galder, Don Salado, Babe Williams, AI Blankenship, George
Saranlos, Earl Smith, Ray McCarty. Second row-Coach Bill Vandenburgh, .Ian Barrett, Al Brown, Mike
McFerson, Tom Gilcrest, Vern Crissman, Ken Wall, Bob Clerico, Jim Santos - manager.
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Uriarle, Bob Carpenter, Vern Tevriz,
Char Clay, Bruce Bertram, Bill Col-
vin, Lon Crosson, Gary Fye, Pele
Field, Gary Cox and Larry Pickering.
In fronl of squad-Frosh Coach
Coach Pete Beiden's defending
CCAA and District 8 Champions
opened the season with pitching
the big question mark and hit-
ting the expected strong point.
Through the first dozen games
of the season the inexperienced
pitching staff came through like
veterans while the hitters were
playing the role of the scared
rookies. The highlights of the
young season were a double-
header sweep of UCLA, a vic-
tory over California lCal's first
lossl, and a win from number
one ranked nationally, USC.
The Bulldogs, hoping to at least
equal last year's finish of third
place in the NCAA College World
Series in 0 m a h a, Nebraska,
were preparing to open CCAA
competition as the CAMPUS went
to press. Pitchers Jerry MacDon-
ald and Dale Rogers were wel-
come new starters while veter-
ans Ed Vegely and Harvey Casey
were rounding into shape for the
tough Conference competition
ahead. Catchers Jim Garrett and
Bert Dollar were leading the
team at the plate with the ane-
mic team batting average slow-
ly rising each game. One sure
prediction that could be made
was that the Bulldogs would be
in the thick of the battle for the
CCAA crown and that Coach
Pete Beiden would add many
more games to his total of 350
wins as the FSC baseball coach.
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and Bob Scholz.
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First row, il io rl-Dick Ross, Ari Mathieu, Stun Busch, Joe Fischer. Second row-Bob Hobbs, Dave Biggers, Merv Carter, Berl
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inter-squad game as a low throw escapes the
stretching Lee Murphy.
Mick Mehas swings . . . and misses with Catcher
Bert Dollar receiving the pitch.
Head Coach J. Flint Hanner in his 35th year as FSC track mentor.
Assistant Coach Cornelius lDutchl Warmerdam.
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In his 35th and last season as
head track coach at Fresno State
the track and field fortunes be-
gan to rise aagin under Coach
J. Flint Hanner. Pursuing his 20th
conference championship in 29
conference affiliated s e a s o n s
Coach Hanner directed his thin-
clads to a close dual-meet vic-
tory over co-favorite Cal Poly
to establish the Bulldog track-
men as the men to beat in the
CCAA Conference Meet in May.
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Sprinter, broad iumper and quarter-miler Bobby Wycko
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Jarter and half-miler Jim Hubbard, quarter,
miler Jerry Holland, mile and two-milers Ernie Schultz, Dewey
Baker and Pat Curran.
K elin hurdlers Elwood Enns and Bruce Seifert. Standing,
pole vaulter Neal Yoshida, high jumper Ronald Long, pole
vaulter Bob Laidlaw, high iump
Don Schaefer and pole vaulter Herb Peters.
er and pole vaulters Voyce
Shot put and discus men Doug Brow D
n, om DeDomenico, Jim Costa and Frank Eller.
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, ow, I to rl-Mike Wimbush, Howard Biggers, Bob Morrison, Dick
Wood and Jerry Wegley. Second row--Jesse Alfred, John Warmerdam, Bob Carpenter, Frank Pollock,
Bruce Bertram and Nick Warmerdam.
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Favored for the CCAA crown, first row, ll to rl-Bruce Seifert, Elwood Enns, Voyce Hendrix, Dom DeDomenicc,
Jim Costa, Doug Brown, Jerry Holland and Jim Hubbard. Second row-Neal Yoshida, Pat Curran, Ronald
Long, Paul Jamushian, Don Schaefer, Frank Eller, Bob Laidlaw, Bobby Wyckoff, Herb Peters, Ernie Schultz and
Sprinter Bobby Wyckoff
the starting blocks.
Charlie Dumas of USC, the first man to lump seven feet, showed how he did it at the WCR as he again cleared that
magic height for the highest iump in the nation in 1959.
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fi Aubrey Dooley battled teammate Jim Graham over the
15-foot mark as the Oklahoma State pole vaulter fin-
ally friumphed with a leap of 15' 1V4".
ll.r it sau Neider put the shot 62' 3" to finish
just 2"f2" short of record-breaker Dallas
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ing the outstanding West Coast Relays athlete award from the Dream Girl of Thet
Chi, Kitty Gertner. Norton tied the world 100-yd. dash mark of 9.3 and beat Bobb
Morrow in the featured finale.
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hurdles but Chuck Cobb, Stanford, won the finals by nosing
out Ancel Robinson, former FSC star, clocking 13.9.
The world record-holder from Brazil, Adehmar
da Silva, swooped to a new record in the
hop, step and iump with a leap of 52 feet,
Coach Ara Hairabedian
Coach Ara Hairabedian welcomed his strongest
squad ever as the swimming season got under-
way. Led by Captain Alex Nordholm who holds
six school records, the FSC mermen were hold-
ing a .500 winning percentage in preparing for
the CCAA meet to be held in the FSC pool. Carl
Beck was expected to win the diving event with
Nordholm a threat in many events as the CAM-
PUS was being printed.
wimming . . .
SWIM TEAM, first row ll to rl-Norm Clark, Allan Clark, Bob Strom,
Jim Coiner, Mike Navone, Dave Heinz, J. D. Sherrer. Second row-
Coach Ara Hairabedian Bill Lucas, John Porteous, Gary Hussey, Alex
Nordholm, Carl Beck, Dale Misclevitz, Dr. John Crosby, Assistant Coach.
Carl Beck, 1959 National JC one-meter cham-
pion executes an inward dive in layout posi-
FSC breaststroke record-holder J. D. Sher-
rer demonstrates his specialty.
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Bulldog mittmen ll to rl-Larry Forsyth, Jose Paulino, Hal Williams, Dick
Cain, Roland Ewert, Gene Griffith, Bob Casperian, Gary Harris, Bob
4 Adams, Dan Earle, Manager Roger Saville.
Roland Ewert, 147, and Dick Cain, 156, paced the
ring squad with 5-2 won, lost records this year.
Fistic battlers Gary Harris, 165, Bob
Adams, 178, and Dan Earle, 156, won
a total of eight bouts in ring competi-
Coach Joe Juliana
For the first year of competition in the Califor-
nia Collegiate Boxing Conference, the inexperi-
enced Bulldogs compiled a 1 win, 2 tie, 3 loss
record. The highlight of the season for Coach
Juliana's ringmen was a 7V2 - 1V2 drubbing of
San Francisco State. The FSC mittmen lost only
one bout, that by a forfeit, in gaining their lone
triumph of the year. A lack of glovers hampered
the ring squad as many contests and matches
were lost via the forfeit route. T. J. Owens
finished the collegiate campaign undefeated
while Roland Ewert and Dick Cain each pounded
out five wins for Juliana's pugilists. ln this, the
first year of official recognition as an FSC sport,
the boxers drew many fans to the fast, hard-
hitting contests and promises to become a favor-
ite spectator attraction.
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In quest of an eighth consecutive CCAA
golf crown the Bulldog linksters were
described by Coach Larry Pape as fol-
lows--"As strong as any team I've ever
had!" The conference Championship
tournament will be hosted by Fresno
State this year and the homestanding
sextet will be favored to repeat as the
CCAA kings. Captain Joel Spinola es-
tablished himself as the man to watch
as he handed 1958 NCAA Champion
Phil Rodgers his first defeat as the Bull-
dogs swept the San Diego Marines, 19-
8. Last year's Northern California and
Pacific Coast Regional champions will
defend their titles later in the season
and are pointing for a bid to the
Nationals in June.
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Golf . . .
Defending CCAA Champions-first row ll to rl-Bill Goertz, Jon Eckland, Dave
Hodges, Henry Fogg, Bill Cross. Second row-Gary Olson, Joel Spinola, Coach
Larry Pape, Dennis Murphy, and Mike Pratt.
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First row-Bill McDowell, Serge Morales, Paul Flores, Dave Barnett. Second row-
Mcnager Frank Thiessen, John Brock, Dom Marchini, Dan Koning, Couch Bill
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Abe, Jean ...,... 112, 206,
Ahrens, Ilene ....,,... 112,
Ainger, Mary Ann
Aia, Dolores ..... 112, 203, 206
Alexander, Nancy .......... 112
Allen, Claire ..... . . .112
Allen, Rosalie . , ..,., 112
Allison, Margory ..... ..,.. 1 12
Alloway, Stanley ...... 112, 192
Amenta, Robert . . .52, 112, 190
Anderson, Don .....,,. 112, 196
Anderson, Larry ..... ..... 1 12
Anderson, Roy H. ...... 112, 154
Anderson, Roy V. . , ..,.. 112
Anderson, Sam . . . .. .112, 196
Anderson, Stephen ...... 112, 206
Andresen, Donald ..,. 111, 112,
Andrews, Joseph . . . . 54, 112
Androdi, Eugene . . . . .112, 192
Angel, Edward . . . ....... .112
Armenta, Octavio ...., 112, 163
Arnold, Wesley ........ 112, 184
Ash, Jeanette ...,......... 112
Au, Donald ..., 113, 151, 215
Awbrey, Marvin ......, 113, 156
Azevedo, Norman ..,.,. 113, 148
Bagdasarian, Mary ,,.. 113, 156,
Bain, Kenneth .......,..... 113
Baird, Richard .... 113, 154, 188,
Baker, Robert . . . ........ .113
Balaam, Nancy . . .... 113, 147,
Ball, Deanna ...... 31, 108, 113,
Ball, Jon ...,.... 113, 154, 202
Ballard, Kenneth ,........, 113
Barnett, David .,,. 113, 182, 261
Barsamian, Dorothy ..., 113, 156,
Bassiri Hal .... 41 , 45, 113, 208
Bastady, Anna Marie .,..... 113,
156, 176, 206
Battcher, Marvin ....,...... 113
Bazen, Evelyn . . . . 113, 156
Beach Arthur . ......., 113
Beatty, Diane ......... 113, 172
Beck, Glenda ....,,,....., 113
Beers, lline ...,.. 113, 203, 206
Beffa, Robert ......... 113, 218
Behrens, Dennis ...,....... 113
Bell, Gwen ..., 34, 69, 110, 113,
172, 198, 209
Berg, George .....,....... 114
Berg, Sharon . .,.....,.. 46, 1 14
Bernaciak, Leonard ..,.,..., 1 14
Bitter, Beverly .... 111, 114, 165,
176, 199, 209
Biorge, Irving . . . .114, 199, 218
Blade, Quinn ..... 114, 179, 184
Blair, Antoinette ..... 75, 78, 88,
Blanken, William ...,.. 114, 150,
Blankenship, Allen .... 114, 238,
Blunt, Judy .... ......... 1 14
Boghosian, Peter ....,, 114, 200,
Bohner, Calvin . .,... 114
Booth, Bonnie .... . . . . . . .114
Bosserman, Nancy ..,.. 1 14, 170
Boulware, Richard . ,... .114
Bowman, Ann . . .... 38, 114
Brand, Herb ...... ..... 1 39
Brazelton, Norman . . ..... 114
Bressler, Clifford . . . . .... ,114
Bricker, Donald . . . . .114, 154
Briggs, Charles . . . ..,. .114
Briggs, Virginia ..,.... 114, 156
Brittain, Gwendolyn . . ..... 114
Brooks, Charlene ....., 114, 165,
Brydon, Beverly ......, 114, 170
Brown, Al ....... 115, 238, 239,
Brown, Charles .,...,. 115, 159
Brown, LeRoy . . . . 115, 154
Brown, Robert . . . . .... .115
Brown, Ronald , . . . 115, 154
Brunetti, Arnold . . . . .40, 115,
Buchanan, Louis .,
Burkdoll, James ..
Burns, Hugh ....,..... 115,
Burton, Kenneth .....
Bush, Donald ........, 115,
Byrdwell, Frank ....
Cabral, Robert ........ 115, 158
Cackler, Linda . , .
..37, 52, 115,
Cain, Dick ....... 115, 184, 259
Cairns, William ........,,., 115
Callahan, Roger , ........... 115
Cannon, Robert .,
Capsin, Mary .... 115, 146, 147,
, ..,, 46, 55
Cardoza, Clyde ............ 139
Carlson, Sharon ..
Carroll, Jeraldine .
Carter, Mervyn . ..
Carter, Vincent .,,. 116, 158, 183
Carter, William .,.,.,. 116, 151
Carvalho, Delores ,
Case, Beverly ....
Casey, Harvey ,,,.
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116, 192, 248
Castro, Adolph .......116, 199
Chadwick, Jerry . . .
Chaplin, Archie . .
Cheek, William . . . :. .116, 203
Chey, Gin . . . . .
Child, Harold ....
Christy, Alex .....
Cirelli, Albert ..,.
Clack, Raymond . . .
Clark, Dell . . . .
Clark, Rex .....
Clark, Richard . . .
Clausen, Roberta .
Clerico, Robert .,..
Clift, Everett . .
Cole, Lyn ... ,.
Coles, Lewis . . .
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Colvin, Richard ...,... 117, 220
Cook, Mary ......
Corbin, Mary .....
Correll, William ..
Covell, Norman . . .
Coyle, Kenneth .,
Craver, Earlene . . .
Creel, Verona ..,.
Crenshaw, Tom . ..
Crispo, Marilyn , ..
Cromarty, Denis . . .
Crother, Martha , , .
Cupps, Martha . ..
. ..... 117
188, 206, 218
Currie, Malcolm .... . . ,117, 154,
Dabney, George ..
Dahlinger, Fred . . . .52, 117, 188
Dandridg e, Kenneth
Dann, Donna .....
Dann, Lewis ....
Darrow, Valerie ..
Davidian, Leroy ..
Davis, Evelyn ....
Davis, James ....
Davis, Joe ......
Davison, Dick ....
Dawson, Judy ....
118, 156, 179,
DeBenedetto, Lucretia . . .118, 199
Decker, John ....
. ....,... 118
Deiro, Richard .... 118, 163, 218
De Luckey, JoAnn
DeSiIva, Susann .
Dhong, Sam ....
Diaz, Catherine ., .
Dice, Adelaide ....
Dickey, Gylan ....
Dodd, Phil , ..,.. .
Donny, Hubert . . . .,.. 119, 181
Dose, Ken .,.,........ 119, 184
Dose, Dwight .,.,. 119, 154, 202
Drumright, Bill ......,...... 119
Dudley, Gene . . ...,.., 119
Duenas, Luis . , , .... 119, 206
Dye, Kenneth . . . .,,.,.., . 119
Easley, Thelma .,., 119, 156, 216
Eckman, Klyne ......,..... 119
Edgerly, Ann ...., 119, 156, 166
Edwards, Ray ...........,. 119
Emery, Thomas ..,,.. 48, 55, 58,
108, 119, 149, 198, 208
Emerzian, Robert . . .52, 119, 163,
English, William ...,.. 119, 199
Enos, Patricia . . . .... 119, 147
Ens, Charles . . .......... 119
Erickson, Jerry ..,. 119, 159, 200
Erickson, Richard ..,... 119, 159,
Escobar, Robert .....,,.,,, 119
Escobedo, Conrad ..,. 33, 53, 119
Everitt, Robert . . . .... 119, 154,
Ewing, Patricia ,,.. 37, 1 19, 203
Ezell, Ray ,...........,.... 120
Facio, Louise .... 120, 203, 207
Falch, Arthur .,,.......... 120
Fanconi, Rita , .... 120, 162, 216
Fanucchi, Charles ...,.. 120, 151
Faretta, Robert .....,. 120, 156,
Farish, Robert ............. 120
Farrow, Kathryn .... 42, 120, 207
Felton, Dale .......... 120, 214
Field, Carol .......... 120, 203
Finkbiner, Joe .... 120, 186, 220
Firpo, Richard .....,,. 120, 179,
Fisher, Kay .. .... 120, 207
Flake, Bill .... ,... 120, 184
Flanery, James .... 59, 120, 198
Ford, Nadine ..... 120, 150, 160,
164, 174 ,218
Forster, Thomas ....,,..... 120
Forth, Don ...... 120, 190, 207,
Forus, David . . .... 120, 154
Fowler, Laura ...,.,... 120, 170
Fowler, Steve ..... 94, 120, 190,
Francis, Hal .. ......... 120
Fredeen, Joanne . ,... 120, 199
Friesen, Ralph . . .,...,, 120
Frost, Kathryn , . ...... 121
Fry, Jean ..,.. ...121, 156
Fryer, Deanne . . . . .121, 156
Gabel, Frances .. ...., 121
Gale, Darryll . . . .....,,. .121
Galland, Patricia ,.... ..... 1 21
Gamble, Gary . ,.,. 121,151,199
Garabedian, Evelyn ...,. 121, 203
Garrett, Delores ...... 121, 156,
Garrett, Jim ...... 121, 184, 248
Gaw, Nancy . . ...... 121, 156
Gertner, Kitty .... ,92, 121, 166,
Giacomazzi, Fred ..... 121, 151,
192, 207, 218
Giannopoulos, Deena ...... 121,
Gilbert, Barton ....... 121, 190,
Gilcrest, Thomas ..... 121, 238,
Gillespie, Clyde ........... 121
Gilmore, Louise ,... 41, 121, 147
Glover, John ..,........... 121
Goldberg, Al .... 120, 190
Gomez, Movita . ,.......... 121
Gonzalez, Carlos ....... 52, 121
Goss, John ...,,.... 34, 73, 105,
109, 121, 208
Gotts, Ernest ..,...... 121, 153
Grace, Allan .... 34, 35, 40, 108,
122, 196, 197, 208
Graieda, Richard ........... 122
Grau, Don ........ 122, 196, 197
Green, Walter .,....... 122, 151
Gridley, Bert . . . ...,.... .122
Griesner, Janice ...,.. 122, 156,
Griff, Bernard ..... 81, 139, 207
Grisco, Dennis ............. 122
Gross, Beverly .,.. 122, 145, 205
Gross, Sandra ...... 75, 105, 106,
122, 172, 199
Grundy, Barbara ....... 122, 146
Hackett, Barbara .......... 122
Hackett, Ronald .
Hager, Patricia . .
Hagopian, Stella .
Hale, Nancy ......
Hall, Carolyn ......... 122,
Hall, Merle .... 28, 32, 34,
122, 197, 208,
Halseth, Jon ...... 61, 122,
Hansen, William .... 37, 122, 182
Hanson, Ronald ....... 122, 163,
Harbour, William . . . , .122, 247
Harder, Valerie . . ...... 122
Hardesly, Harley ,.......... 122
Harris, Ruth ,......,,. 123, 220
Harris, Sharon . , . .123, 145, 220
Harrison, Colleen ....... 58, 123,
Harrison, Marguerite .... 123, 216
Hartman, Judith ,...... 123, 156
Harvey, James ............ 123
Havlac, Frank .......,. 123, 160
Hawbecker, David . 110, 123, 188,
Hawthorne, Linda ..... 106, 123,
Hayes, Charles .. ....... 123
Hayes, Gene . . ,... 123, 220
Haynes, Joe .... .... 1 23, 200
Hazel, Donald . . . ...... .123
Heagy, Richard . .
Heaton, Joleen . .
. ......... 123
Heinz, David ...,. 123, 184,
Helzer, James ..... 42, 106,
Henderson, James ..... 123,
Henning, James .
Herman, Donald .
Hiett, Loraine .....
Higgs, William ..
Hill, Bradford . .
Hill, Daniel ..
Hill, Judith .. ...124, 173
Hill, Rodney . . .,., 124, 201
Hilton, Jacquie ....... 124, 176
Hitchcock, James . . . .124, 198
Hoffman, Donna . , . .124, 156
Hogue, Ted .... ..,... 1 24
Holecheck, Brian . ....... 124
Holmes, Alice ..,. 124, 199
Horne, Charles ., .... 124, 154
Horsley, Neil .... 124, 159, 200
Householder, Harold .... 124, 184,
Houston, Ronald . . .,.,. 124, 193
Howe, LeRoy ..,...,....... 124
Howell, Janette .. 52, 124, 176,
Hubbard, James . .... 124, 255
Hughes, Roberta ...... 124, 176,
Hultine, Patricia .,.... 124, 156,
Hussey, Sharon .,..... 124, 173
lmperatrice, Charlene ...... 124,
lnami, Lucille ,... 124, 199, 217
lngoldsby, Larry . . .
lnouye, Nancy .... 105, 125,
lvans, Garvin ....
Jamison, Bill . . .
Jensen, Ronald . . .
Johannes, Ronald .
.. . .105,
. . . . ,1,2.5.'
Johnson, Arthur .... . . .125,
Johnson, Clarence ....., 38,
Johnson, Dee ... . . .125,
Johnson, Doris . . . . .125,
Johnson, Roy .,........ 125,
Johnson, William . . . . . , .
Jolley, Malcolm . ..
Jones, Howard ..
Jordan, Lotus . . .
Justesen, Lois . . .
Kazato, Shiro . .
Kelzer, Vern . . .
Keosheyan, Amy ...... 125,
King, Jess . ...... 125, 196,
Kline, Julianne . . .
Kline, Kenneth . ,...... 125,
Knapp, Judy .... 31, 34, 44,
Knight, John ....
Knoll, Bernard .. ....... 59,
Knoll, Nancy ..
Koch, Charles ....
Kollmeyer, Willy ,.
Kopman, Francis ,.
Krous, Cynthia ..., 126, 172,
Kruse, Deanne .... 105, 106,
Kuffell, Helen .... 126, 157,
Kundert, Ronnie ....... 126,
Lacy, Phillip .....,.... 126,
Lagrutta, Ed ...... 53, 126,
Lai, Ruby .....
Lal, Brii ..,....
Lamonica, Judy ..
Lang, Carol ....
Lang, Harlan . . ... . .126,
Lanse, Roger ,. ..
LaRue, Everett . . . ,126, 150,
Laursen, Lora ..... 127, 157,
Laval, Darlene .... 127, 157,
Ledbetter, Steve .... 32, 57,
Ledford, Maurice . ..,.. 127,
Lee, Karla ...... 34, 35, 41,
Lettunich, Anita . ,.
Leverich, Diane . . . . . .127,
Lichti, Alfred ....
Lloyd, William ........ 127,
Lohr, Betty ........ 37,
Looper, Wade . ....... 127,
Lopez, Delbert .....
Luian, Alex ......
Luppino, James ..
Luppino, Jeri . ..
Luzania, Ernest ..
Lynch, Marcia .,,,
Lynch, Ray ......
Madden, Eugenie .
Manke, Fred ....
Marks, Nancy .... 39, 106,
Marquez, Jerome .... , . .128,
.. 126, 155
. .126, 215
. ...... 127
... .... .127
. ...127, 196,
. ...... 127
Marshall, John .... 128, 155,
Mathieu, Arthur .
Mathiesen, Mike .... 94, 12
Matthews, Larry .
Mayberry, Nora ..
Means, Rodney .... 40, 109,
Meier, Viola ...... 52, 128,
.. .,... 128
Mesple, Larry ..... 128, 153,
Messer, Ann ......
Metcalf, William ..
Michaelian, Armen .....
Milfs, Sandra .........
Millard, Patricia . , .
Miller, Edwina .. . . . .129,
Miller, Monica . . . .
Milligin, James . .
Milton, Gary . ..
Mires, Marvin ..
Mirkovich, Phillip .......,,. 129
Misclevitz, Dale ,,.. 129, 185, 258
Mitchell, Jan .... 28, 31, 34, 47,
57, 129, 169
Mitchell, John .. 129, 196, 197
Mitchell, Sally . . 52, 129, 157,
Mizote, Louise ........ 129, 198
Mobargha, Hadi ..,... 129, 148
Mohling, Marilyn . .. .. .129, 162
Mondo, Louie ....,...,...., 129
Montalua, Homer ..... 129, 159,
Moore, Richard . ,........ 129
Morehead, Gene .......... 129
Morgan, Louise .... 129, 157, 199
Moshier, Carolyn , ...., 129, 162
Moshier, Kenneth ....... 129, 157
Mosley, Ward .. .... 129, 180
Moss, Ralph . . . ..,,.. .130
Moye, Lynda . . . ...... .130
Mullican, Thomas ...... 130, 159,
Munger, Art . . . .... 130, 185
Myers, Anne , , . .... 130, 160
Myers, Nancy .,.. ......, 1 30
McCarter, Norman .......... 130
McClenny, Reese ...... 130, 198
McCormick, Keith ..,... 130, 159,
McCrory, James . . . ...... .130
McDonald, Karen . r ,... 130, 144
McEfee, Clyde .. .... 130, 193
McGill, Jesslyn . . ,... 130, 157
McKinney, Nancy ..... 130, 157,
McNamee, Phil . . . ..., 130, 187
McNary, lnez ......... 130, 157
McQueen, Carolyn ..., 130, 145,
McReynolds, Dan ...., 130, 190,
McWilliams, Wes ...... 130, 229
Nall, Richard . .... 130, 206
Naslund, Ronald ......... 130
Neff, Robert .... 130, 159, 200
Nevins, Dale . .. ..,..... .130
Newquist, Kaye .... 39, 130, 170
Ng, Carol ......... 34, 57, 109,
131, 170, 209
Nicol, Roger ..., ..54, 55, 131
Nielsen, Carl . . ..., 131, 202
Nikkel, Marilyn .... 60, 131, 175
Niklaus, Calvin , .... 131, 189
Nilmeier, Gary . . . ......, .131
Nix, Ted ...... ........ 1 31
Nordholm, Alex ...... 111, 131,
185, 218, 258
Norrby, Donald . .... 131, 159
Oakes, Jeanne ... .... , . . .131
Oakes, John ,....... ...... 1 31
Obradavich, Louie ...,. 131, 157
Odle, Charles .,....... 131, 193
Ohata, Yuko ..... .... 1 31, 153
Olives, Leonard . . .... 131, 183
O'Neill, Paul .............. 131
Orendorff, James ..,.. 106, 131,
179,191, 208, 219
Owens, T. J. ..... 131, 180, 229
Palrnquist, Gordon .......... 131
Paloutzian, Rod ....... 131, 183
Parigan, Patty ..... 131, 157, 162
Paris, Donald .......... 53, 131
Park, Sung-Hun ....... 131, 149
Parker, Don .... ...... 1 31
Parker, Joe .... ....... 1 32
Parsons, Patricia ...... 132, 157,
Patterson, Frances ..,....... 132
Pease, Carolyn ........ 132, 175
Peebles, Robert .... 109, 132, 179,
Pereira, Francis . .... 132, 151
Peters, Samuel . . . .... 132, 199
Peterson, Alfred ........ 132, 155
Peterson, Carolyn ...... 132, 199
Peterson, Karen . . . . .132, 147,
Pfister, Judith . . , ....... .132
Pinnell, Robert ........ 132, 153
Pipes, Kenneth ..... 28, 30, 132,
Pippert, Donna . . 132, 157, 169
Pollard, Ted ..,....... 132, 193
Portilla, Melinda .....,. 132, 171
Poteet, Glen ....... 33, 132, 183
Powell, Kenneth ........,.. 132
Powers, Sherode ......, 132, 199
Pratt, Sydney .. ........ 132
Price, Samuel .. .... 132, 155
Pringle, Weston . . .... 132, 155
Pyle lll, Grant .... 132, 155
Quintana, Ben , . . . .132, 157
Rainville, Roy . . . . .133, 189
Ramos, Frank .. ,...... 133
Ramsey, Barbara ,,..... 133, 146
Rasmussen, Glen ........... 133
Ratliff, Troy ...., 133, 185, 228,
Rebensdorf, Leilani .,.... 49, 133
Reed, Bart ,...... ..,.. 1 33
Reese, James ..... ..., 1 33
Reese, Jerry .. .,,,..... 133
Reese, Lee .... ,..,....,... 1 33
Rehart, Roberta . , .133, 167, 198
Reich, Edward ............. 133
Reid, Octavia .... ....... 1 33
Reimal, Merton ....,....... 133
Rethwisch, David ...... 133, 158
Rice, John ..... 34, 35, 36, 133,
Richards, Lee ..... 133, 155, 191
Richardson, Raymond ...... 133,
Richart, Mary Ann ,..,..... 133
Richter, Donald ......,. 133, 189
Riddle, Thomas . . . .,.., .133
Riffel, Darlene ..,..... 133, 157
Roberson, Georgia ..... 133, 162
Roberts, Cecil ..., . . .133, 220
Robertson, John ..,..,,.,.. 134
Robertson, l.aVelle ..., 40, 52, 70,
Robinson, Reta .... 40, 106, 134,
157, 167, 219
Roden, Dorothy ..,. 134, 147, 162
Rodriquez, Candelario ...... 134,
Rodriquez, Gilbert .... 48, 53, 134,
Roehl, John ..... . . .134, 189
Rose, Mary Ellen .,.... 134, 198,
Rose, Sharen ......... 134, 157
Ross, Philip ,,..., 34, 110, 134,
Rossi, Don ..., ......... 1 34
Russell, James . , . . .134, 220
Russell, Richard . ,. . . .134, 220
Rustigan, Jack .,...... 134, 181
Rutigliano, Angie ...,, 139, 156,
Ryan, Charles .... 134, 152, 183
Sabol, Phyllis .... 134, 160, 177,
Sakata, Jeanne . , . . . .134, 198
Salgado, Robert , . . . . ,134, 160
Salman, Jerry . . . . .134, 203
Sanford, Delbert , ..... 134, 159,
Saville, Roger ...... 64, 77, 134,
187, 224, 259
Scheidt, Bill ...,...... 134, 183
Scheidt, Ronald , . . ......, ,134
Schneider, Dennis ..,... 134, 189
Schoenhals, William ....... 135
Schreiner, Gloria . , ..,. 135, 157,
Schroeter, Viola ...... 135, 147,
Schulte, Roger ........ 135, 183
Schwabenland, Eileen x ...... 106,
135, 175, 199
Scott, Charles ..,..,.., 135, 194
Scott, Ray ...... 109, 135, 152,
Club .......... . ..... 150
Agronomy Club . . ........ 151
Alpha Kappa Psi , . . . .196, 197
Alpha Phi Alpha .. ...... 180
Alpha Phi Gamma .......... 198
Alpha Xi Delta . .. . . .166, 167
Angel's Flight .... ,..... 1 50
Arnold Air Society . . ..... 152
Students ....... ....... 4 7
Baker Hall ........... 144, 145
Band .. ,...... ......... 5 4, 55
Baptist Student Union ....,.. 205
Blue Key ....,...... . . .208
Bulldoggers .........,..... 214
California Society of Pro-
fessional Engineers . . .154, 155
California Student Teachers'
Association ..,........ 156,
Cardinal Key . . .
Chemistry Club ..
Chi Beta Alpha . . .
Chinese Students ..
College "Y" ....
Dairy Club ....
Scott, Richard .... .... 1 35, 194
Scritchfield, Elmer ..... 135, 200
See, Dean ........,., 135, 189
Seiler, William ..., 135, 186, 187
Service, Suzanne ...... 135, 157,
Sessions, George . . . ...... ,135
Shadle, Robert ........ 135, 155
Shelburne, Suzanne .... 135, 157
Sheldon, Carol .,...... 135, 173
Sheridan, Charles , , . . .135, 151
Shiba, Miyuki ,.., 135, 145, 162,
Siemens, Peter ......... 39, 135
Simpson, Barbara ..... 135, 157,
Sinner, Marlene ,....,. 135, 157,
Sivaslian, Rae Dean ..... 33, 43,
52, 135, 157
Sloan, Robert ..... 135, 155, 202
Smith, Harry ......,.. 135, 200
Smith, Janice ..... 139, 153, 198
Smith, Nicola ...,....,.... 136
Smith, Patricia .. ...... 52, 136
Smith, Todd ..... . . .136, 187
Snider, James ......... 136, 200
Soclerstrom, Marilyn ....,... 136
Somdal, Sandra ........ 136, 207
Sorensen, Linda ...., 52, 136, 199
Sonke, Edith . ......... 136, 216
Spano, Clara .,.... 136, 157, 199
Spence, Alliene ..,..... 136, 167
Spina, Roy ,,... . , .136, 189
Spinola, Joel .... . . .136, 260
Stanley, Dothene ....,...... 136
Stephens, Joyce ...... 136, 145,
157, 167, 206
Steuart, Bette .... 136, 147, 157,
Stevens, June . . . . .136, 203
Stewart, Wesley , , . .... 136, 203
Stock, Philip ..,... ....... 1 36
Stormont, Theodore .,...,,.. 136
Stout, Marian .,.........., 136
Strentz, Herb . , . . .28, 30, 34, 44,
Strmiska, Harvey ....... 136, 199
Studinger, Donald ..... 136, 204,
Sullivan, Donald ...,....... 136
Sumpter, Nancy ...... 137, 157,
Sutherland, Dale ...... 137, 157
Sutton, Llye ............,. 137
Sylvia, John ...,.. 137, 185, 199
Taber, Gilbert ,... 137, 155, 202
Temple, Lawrence ....., 137, 160
Teshima, Ted .,,. . . .137, 159
Thomas, Othene . . . . .137, 157,
Thomsen, John . . . .. .137, 183,
Thompson, Charles ...,..... 137
Thompson, Fred .,..... 137, 157
Thompson, John ....... 105, 137
Thompson, Peggy ..... 137, 157,
Thompson, Reuben . . ..,.. 137
Tibbs, John ............... 137
Tilley, Clinton . .. , . .137, 159
Tilley, Joyce ,... ..,. 1 37, 157
Toledo, Gloria .. ....,,.. 137
Torres, Helen .... 137, 157
Delta Gamma .... . . .168, 169
Delta Sigma Phi .. . . .182, 183
Delta Zeta ..,.,. ,... 1 70, 171
Epsilon Pi Tau .....,....... 200
Foreign Car Club .......... 215
Freshmen Women's Luncheon
Graves Hall .....
Homan Hall ,... . . .
Industrial Arts Club
Kappa Alpha Theta .
Kappa Delta Pi ....
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Sigma ......... 184,
Lambda Chi Alpha .
Le Cercle Francais .
Mu Phi Epsilon ...,
Nisei Club ......
Omicron Sigma Pi ..
Club .............. . . .
Tuttle, Janet ..... 44,
Tuttle Sandra . . . .
Udani, Donna . . . .
Uhler, Russell . . . .
Vahtra, Vello ........
Valentine, Marilyn ....
Varrieur, William .....
Vaughan, Richard .,...
Vega, Ernie ......
Venegas, Manuel . .
Verhoeven, Arnold .. ,
Vickers, Doris ...,..... 138, 199
Villanueva, Hortense .... 138, 157
Walder, Beverly .,.....,... 138
Walker, Patricia ,,...,, 138, 162,
Wall, Beatrice .... 138, 167, 162
Walls, Sandra ............. 138
Walton, Richard ...... 138, 187
Ward, Carole ..... 138, 162, 165,
Warner, Ellen ..,.. 138, 147, 203
Watkins, Robert ......,..... 138
Wattenbarger, Robert . . .138, 215
Wayte, Bill ...... 138, 185, 227,
Weaver, Barbara . . . . .138, 201
Webb, Ann ..... .,,. 1 38, 167
Weber, Barbara ..........,. 138
Weeks, Rita ...... 110, 138, 160
Weirick, Joe . ..... 138, 185
Weiss, Gary .... .... 1 38, 183
Welker, William .....,...... 138
Whipple, William . .138, 179, 181
Whitfield, emi .... 28, 29, 34, 4a,
57, 69, 74, 77,
Whittenberg, Graham ..
Whittenberg, Nancy ....
Wiker, Ester ....... 41,
Williams, Babe .......
Williams, Harvey .
Williams, James . . . ..
Willis, June ..... . .
Wills, Dennis . . . .
Wilson, Donn . . . . .
Wilson, Leo ,...,.. . . .
Windsor, Harford .....
Winters, Thomas .....,
Wolfsen, Larry ..., 139,
Wong, Bill ....... 139,
Woodman, Doug ....,,
Word, James ..... . . ,
Wurscher, Merlyn .....
Wyeth, Sally ,.... 139,
Yamakoshi, Agnes . . . . .
Yardumian, Evelyn ....
Yassin, Jamal . . . . . . .
Yick, Philip ..,.......
Yokota, Sho ....., 139,
Youngblood, Odell .....
Zimmerman, Ed ...,...
Zito, Anna .... , , .139,
Zollinger, David ..139,
Panhellenic Council ......... 165
Phi Mu .............. 176, 177
Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia .... ..... 2 01
Phi Sigma Tau . , . . . .202
Pianoforte Club . . . . . .164
Pi Epsilon ...... . . .201
Pi Gamma Mu . . , . , .203
Pi Omega Pi .... ...203
Pre-.Med Club . . , ,
Recreation Club ,,... ...... 2 20
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . ..
Sigma Chi ....... 192,
Sigma Nu . . ,......... ,.
Theta Chi ..
Tri-Beta ..... . . . .
Viticulture Club ..,.
Young Republicans ,.
Abe, Lillian ..... . ..,. 41, 147
Abeghian, Alice .....,..... 147
Adam, Carol ...... 46, 147, 177,
Adams, Arthur .. ......,.. 159
Adams, Bob . . .....,. 259
Adams, Carla , . . , . .146, 162
Adams, Christine ..... 61, 99, 169,
Adams, Jon .... ....,,, 8 1
Adams, Nadine . .. . . .38, 60
Addicott, lrwin . . , . .16, 44
Agee, Robert . ..,... 53
Akama, Diana ... ...217
Akins, Jim ....,,.. ,... 1 49
Albright, W. Donald ..... 17, 44
Alfing, Vernal ..... . . .54, 55
Alford, Ann ..... .... 1 56
Alfred, Jesse ..,., .,.... 2 54
Alhashimi, Thamir ...... 41, 149
Alkire, G. Don ..,. .....,. 2 4
Allard, Mary Ann ,........ .169
Allard, Mike .... .... 1 84, 207
Allen, Arthur .. ....... ,.., 7 3
Allen, Jackie . .. .. .42, 52, 165,
Allen, Sondra . . . . .146, 205
Allen, Terry ..... ....... 9 8
Allvin, Ronald .... ..... 5 4
Alvarez, Mariiane . . . . . ,144
Aminian, Parviz ..... ...,, 1 48
Anderson,. Jon .........,., 183
Anderson, Judith .. .42, 175, 212
Anderson, Maxine .......... 145
Anderson, Sharon .,..... 91, 173
Anderson, Steve ...,,....... 84
Anderson, Valerie . . .74, 93, 174
Anderson, William .......... 182
Andreis, Georgette ..,....,, 156
Andrews, Art ........,,... 236
Andrews, Rosalind .....,,,.. 89
Andrew, Paula .... 147, 162, 218
Angelo, Patricia ...... 156, 167,
Anthony, Clarence . . . .54 55
Applegate, Bernice . . . .... . .48
Arasuna, Eiii ..... . .
Arcelus, Michael . ....... .
Arnold, Eleanor .....,,..... 144
Arriet, Bernice ...... 41, 207, 211
Asdoorian, Marian .......... 147
Ashburn, Tom .,.. ....,.. 1 49
Ashley, James . . . ,. . , . . .149
Auezov, Mukhtar ....,....... 64
Aulman, Sandra . . . 101, 147, 174
Austin, Ellis ......... ....,. 4 4
Avedian, Raymond . . . ..,... 52
Awenius, C. Stanley .,....,. .15
Aynesworth, James .... 184, 210
Aziz, Abdul ............... 81
Badertscher, Stanley ......... 54
Baker, Dan ...... 42, 103, 218
Baker, Dewey ..,..... 253, 255
Baker, Mary ..... ...,, 1 42
Baker, Patti Lou ........,, 147
Bakman, Bonnie .........,.. 168
Bakman, Carole , , .156, 177, 212
Bakman, Lynn .......,.,... 52
Bakula, Pat , , ........ 167, 207
Balakian, Haig .... . . .53, 55
Balderama, Phyllis . . . ,... .147
Balzer, Oral ...... ...... 1 49
Barber, David .... ..,. 5 4, 201
Barber, Margaret .....,..,.. 146
Barclay, Beverly .... 42, 99, 169
Barcus, Scott ........ .236
Barnard, Brenda .........,, 172
Barner, Carol ..,.... 37, 52, 62,
Barnes, Arthur . . ,.,....... 54
Barnes, Tom .. ......., 51, 73
Barnett, Evie .,.... 42, 169, 212,
Barrett, Jan ...,...... 238, 240
Bartholomew, Bruce ...... H202
Bassett, Donald ...,....... 148
Bassett, Earle .... 28, 48, 72, 225
Bathurst, Leonard , , .......,. .57
Baumback, Norma ...,.,..,, 158
Bava, Prilip , ..,...... 163, 218
Baxter, Bill ............ 54, 149
Baxter, Marvin .... 32, 179, 181
Beard, Kay ........ ...... 4 6
Beasley, David . . . .... 186
Beatty, Fred . . . .... .187
Beatty, Harold . , . .,.... 21, 225
Beck, Carl . .. ,,.., ..... . 258
Beck, Tom .,....,., 53, 54, 148
Becker, Keith .......,...,.. 152
Beckman, Patricia .......... 108
Behm, Mary ..... 54, 145, 164,
Behrman, Mardee .,.. 144, 162,
171, 212, 218
Beiden, Pete .........,...
Bell, Robert ...,
Benadom, Porta ..........
Benbrook, Gail . ..,,... .,
Bender, Gerald ..,. 159,
Benefield, Ray ..,,...,..
Benight, Fern ..... , . .
Berg, Herbert . . .
Bergin, Pete ..... ....
Berglin, Celeste ..
. . . .40, 101
Berglund, Leona . . . . .
Bergman, Karen ...,......
Berke, Valerie . ..
Bernhauer, Beverly . ,40, 169, 212
Berry, Beverly , ..
Bertram, Arnie ..
Bertram, Bruce ..,. ........ 2 54
Besoyan, Ronald . . . ..
Bevis, Mimi .....
Beyer, Gene .... .
Biehler, Wayne . .
Biggers, Dave . . .
Biggers, Howard . .
Bird, Robert . . .
. .....,... 24
. .. 149,254
. .....,.. 54
Bishop, Katherine . ..... 161, 206,
Bishop, Sonny .... ...... 2 28
Bitting, Barbara ........ 40, 144
Bitters, Virginia .
Blackburn, Carol ..,.
Blevins, Bill ....
Blevins, Gail ....
Blum, Mariorie ..
Boaz, Dennis ....
Bode, Gerald ....
Bollakio, Manuel .
Bomar, Pat .....
Bonadiman, Joe .
Bonomini, Bob .,
Boolsen, Frank . ..
40, 101, 72,
...40, 42, 188
, ...... 55
. ,. .... 183
. ...... 70
Boomer, Virginia .... ..... 4 6, 56
Boos, Betty ., .... 107, 156, 203
Booth, Jim ......
Borchard, Joan ..
Boroff, Linda ....
Bostian, Patty . . .
Boswell, Ed .....
Bottorff, June . . .
Boucher, Irene . ..
Bourgerie, Jay . .
. ........ 81
Bowman, Brian . ...,...,.
Bowser, Rose ..... 40, 145,
Boyer, Connie . . .
Boyer, Don .....
Boyett, Linda ....
Brace, William .... . . . .
Brackett, Greg . . .
Bradley, Don ..
Brand, Judy . . .
Brase, Allen .....
Bratsberg, Sue ........
Braun, William ..
Brazil, Joe ....
Bridges, Brady ..
Bridges, Linda . ..
Briggs, Shirley .,
Brock, John .....
Brock, Katherine ..
Brockett, Don ,...
Brockman, Lynn ......
Brogan, Mary . .40, 167,
. .......... 54
.. .... 148
Brooks, Sidney ............. 44
Brough, Clyde ..... 40, 42, 179,
Broughton, Beverly ...., 47, 156,
Brown, Doug . , . .. .149, 227,
Brown Kathy . . . ..... .145
Bruce, Jean .. .... 145
Buckert, Jay .... .... 2 27
Buckner, Walter .. ....... 49
Buell, Linda .... .... 4 6, 145
Buie, Betty .... ..,. 1 47, 162
Bunch, Henry . . . ,..,.. .148
Burcher,f Alice . . ...... 146
Burg, Cynthia . . . . .172
Burgess, Bob .... .... 2 26
Burke, Ken ..........,..,.. 73
Burkholder, Frances ..... 52, 101,
165, 174, 211, 224
Burnett, Corine ..
Burnett, Lewis ,.... .......
Burnett, Patricia . . ,38, 167,
Burns, Sallee .. ..... 144,
Burns, Sam . . .....,.. . .
Burn Lynda ....... 52, 147,
Burriss, Merlyn . . .
Butt, Robert . ..
Byers, Kenton .
Byrd, Robert ......,. 40, 60,
Byrd, Ronald .... 36, 40, 61,
Cady, Betty , ....,. .55,
Cady, Carol ....... 54, 177,
Calandra, Jim ...... , .... .
Callahan, Susan ...... 150,
Camin, Peggy . . .
Campos, Mike . . .
Cardoza, Carolyn ..... 156,
Carey, Irene .. ...,.....,.
Cargozian, Helene ..,... 45,
Carlander, Bruce . . . . . . . .
Carlson, Linda . . .
Carpenter, Bob . . .
Carr, William ....,.......
Carroll, Suzanne , ...,. 175,
Carter, Judy ..... 147, 173,
Carter, Myrna . , , .
Cashron, Bev . . . ....... . .
Casperian, Bob . . . .... 183,
Cates, Dennis ..,.. , .......
Cates, Karen ....., 54, 156,
Caudillo, Carol .....,..,..
Cehrs, Charles . ..
Chase, Myrna ..,....... 90,
Chelstrom, Arlene ...,. 42, 47, 61,
Chinn, Gerald ,........ 156,
Chinn, Peggy ...... 103, 156,
Choate, Lois .... . .
Christiansen, Kay .... . .
Chu, Betty .,.. . .
Clark, Allen .....
Clark, Bonnie Jean
Clark, Maureen ..
Clark, Mary ,...
Clark, Norm . ..
Clay, Char ....
Clayton, James ..
Cleary, Judie ....
Clemans, Kathy ,,
Clements, Elaine ,.
Clements, Gail ..
Clifford, Helen ..
Clore, Doug , ,.
Clune, William . . .
Cobb, Chuck .. .
Cobb, Dave ...,.,
Cockerham, Louis ..
Coiner, Jim ..... ,
Colbert, Marilyn ..
Cole, Mack .....
Cole, Ron ..,...
Collier, Carolyn .... 162, 167,
Colver, Wayne . ,.
Colvin, Bill ......
Combs, Stanley ..
Comegys, Robert . .
Comegys, Valerie .
Conaway, Dennis .
Conlon, Carol ....,
Connell, Russell . .
Conner, Margaret .
Conrad, Bob ...... .
Conti, Rod ......
Cook, Paul ....
Cooper, Charles ..
Cooper, Miles ..
Cope, Ronald ..
Cornwell, Betsey ..
Corona, David ..
Coronado, Gary . .
Cosby, Barbara ..
Costa, Barbara . . .
Cotton, Frank . . .
Cox, Gary . . .
Cox, Lucille ,....
Craig, Richard ....
Crawford, Glenda .
Creagh, Michael ..
Crosby, John . . .
. . 25
. .52, 53
. ........ 60
Crissman, Vern .... 238, 239,
242, 245, 246
Crosson, Lon . . .
Cryder, Pam . .
Culbertson, Donnis . . . . ..
Cummins, Chet .
Cupps, Bryan ..
Curran, Pat .
Curtis, Carol . . .
Cutter, Paul . .
Cutting, Joan . .
Dalalian, Pat . . .
Darby, Lyn ,....
da Silva, Adehmar
Davis, Eleanor ..
Davis, Glenn . ..
Robert . .
De Domenico, Dom ...., 254,
Delattre, Rev. Pierre .......
Delk, Mary ........ 45, 161,
Del Puppa, Lorcha
Dempster, Fred .
Denman, Gail ..
De Salles, Frank
Dhillon, Hardial .
Dick, Sandy .,,.
Dickey, Robert ..
Diener, Paul . . .
Dirksen, Nancy , ..
Dishon, Lincla ..
oisibio, Chris ..
Ditzler, Lee ..,.
Dobson, Judy . . .
Dollar, Bert ,,..,
Doman, Diane . ..
Donahue, Pat ..,.
Done, Richard ..
Dooley, Aubrey ..
Dorman, Nora ,.
Douty, Linda . . ..
Dove, Carolyn ..
. f 152.
.. .....,. 144
. . .144,
.. .... 15,
Dowler, Lloyd .... .....
Dresser, Richard . , . . .107,
Duff, Dorothy ..
Dugan, Carole ..
Duke, John ..,.
Dumas, Charles .
Dunn, Judy ....
owene, Putt .... 37, aa, 150,
Dwelle, Sandra .
Dyck, Harry . .
Dye, Sonia . .
Earle, Dan ..,..
Eckland, Jon ..
Ecklund, Judy . . .
Ehrlich, Diane . ..
Eller, Frank . . .
Ellis, Loyetta ..
Dye, Stephen ....
. ......... 159
.. ...... 216
. .,... 166
, ...... 187
Ellis, Richard , . ..,, 54, 154
Emerzian, Carol . . . .211, 218
Enns, Elwood . .. . . .253, 255
Erickson, Judy ............ 147
Ernst, Emil ....,..,... 154, 218
Erickson, Vern .... 152, 179, 182
Errea, Frank . . ....... 150, 183
Ervin, Roger . . .
Estep, Peter , ,.
. ....,.... 148
Etchegoinberry, Jeannette . . . 207,
Eudaly, Douglas ...,....... 44
Eugenio, Sally .. .. ,41, 81, 147
Evans, Bonnie . . . . . .147, 161
Evans, Carolyn . ...... 162
Evans, Nancy . .....,.. 161
Evans, Ralph .. ........... 28
Ewan, Ann ........ 53, 54, 164
Ewert, Roland .. ...,,..,, 259
Facio, Dorothy . . . . .207, 216
Faden, Andnan., . . ...., ,145
Falk, Diane ....
Falk, Jeanne , . .
Falk, Karl ....
.. ..... 168
Fanucchi, Frank , .
Farley, Sue .....
Farrell, William ..
Faubel, Kay ,...
Faulkner, Kathy . .
Fedderly, Jane . . ,
. .,... 188
, .... 147
, .... 147,
Fennacy, Mary .... 42, 150,
Fernandes, Ron .,
Field, Pete ......
Fields, Tom ,.,.,
.. ..,..... 187
Fiese, Dr. Marshall ...... 18, 45,
Filkel, Joyce ..,. 42, 47, 156, 170
Findley, Jane .......,....,. 173
Fingerson, Wayne .,... 152, 154,
Finley, Barbara ..,......... 146
Finley, Carol ,..... 59, 156, 170
Finley, James .......,..... 192
Finnegan, James .... 38, 64, 179,
Fischer, Gary . . . ....... ,192
Fischer, Joe . .,.,,..,. 250
Fischer, Judy ,.... ..... 2 12, 214
Fish, Linda ....,.. 38, 161, 168
Fisher, Judith ...42, 47, 168, 211
Fisk, McKee ........,....... 19
Flegel, Robert .,....... 149, 210
Fletcher, Virginia . . ...,, 54
Flores, Janet ..,. . . .146
Flores, Paul .... . . .259
Flores, Yolanda . . . . .147
Fluter, Robert . . . . . .54
Flynn, Mrs. T. R. . . . . ,165
Fogg, Henry . . ., .. .260
Fogle, Henry ... .... ... .152
Fontes, Diane ...........,,., 55
Forslind, Jay ..... 152, 184, 218
Forsyth, Larry ..,,..,.....,. 259
Fortner, Chester ......... 53, 201
Forward, Dorella .... 38, 147, 167,
Fossum, Martha . . ..,. 145, 216
Fottes, Gary . . . ,...... .159
Fox, Sally .,......,..,..,, 147
Francisco, Beverly . . ,37, 45, 145,
171, 207, 211
Franklin, Robert .,.......,.. 188
Frantz, Phyllis .. ......... 164
Freer, Phil ... ...... ... .73
Fricker, Henry .........,.... 23
Fries, Donna ..... 38, 42, 46, 56,
Fries, Marilyn .. .....,.,, 174
Fukuda, June ........,.... 147
Fuller, Forrest .,,,, 107, 160, 199
Fullerton, Les ....,.... 152, 186
Fultz, Don ..... .,.....,.., 5 8
Furman, Gerald . .,.......,.. 52
Fye, Lane ,........ 40, 101, 149
Fye, Gary ..,..... 149, 210, 246
Gagle, Sylvia ............. 175
Galassi, Rosemarie . . . . , . .145
Gallego, Anselmo . . . .152
Gamble, Adrian . . . . , .54
Gancholu, Ned . . . . . .81
Garcia, Ramona . . . . 216
Gardner, Diana . . .... 99
Garrett, Austin , . . , . .190
Garrido, Augie . . . . . ,249
Garrison, Sharon . . . . .144
Garver, Lynden , . . . . . . . .149
Gavrilis, Byron ....,,......, 148
Gates, Sue .... 42, 171, 212, 218
Gentry, Ray , ,.......... 52, 149
Gee, Constance . . ,........ 215
Gendusa, Mary ...... 40, 47, 93,
Gentry, Raymond . . . .... 38, 218
George, Stanley . . . ..,... . .53
Gerardin, Joseph ........,.. 184
Gerow, Ronald ...... 38, 61, 76,
152, 181, 224
Ghormley, Peter ,..,..,.,.. 188
Giacone, Juliette . .....,.. 166
Giafer, Annette . ,,..... 145
Gibbs, RoseMarie . . . , .160, 164
Giddings, John ............ 189
Giglio, Jacqueline ..... 172, 207
Gilbert, Nancy ....,. 40, 42, 212
Gillespie, Kathleen ...... 145, 174
Gilmer, Judith ..... 40, 103, 166
Gilmore, Anne . ..
Gleason, Kenny ..
Glim, Alice .....
Gobby, Jeannine .
Goertz, Bill . . , .
Goertzen Reuben .
Gonser, Jeanne ..
Good, Ben ,.....
Goodale, Chester . .
. . . .226,
. ..,...... 64
179, 181, 199,
Goodwin, Sally ...... 40, 42, 98,
169, 207, 212, 213 218
Goodwin, Susan ..., 37, 168, 207
Govetl, Scott .. . . . . . . .189
Graham, Jim ...... ., ,256
Graham, Valerie ....... . . .144
Graves, Mrs. George ,....... 142
Gray, Carolyn ..,,... 37, 44, 62,
157, 172, 209
Gray, Russell ............. 107
Green, Barbara .... 38, 147, 218
Green, James ......... 156, 193
Green, Johnny ,..,..,. 149, 180
Gregg, Carol .... 31, 41, 87, 102,
103, 168, 206, 209
Gregory, Sharron ..,....... 216
Gregory, Pat .............. 236
Gregory, Yvonne ,... 36, 161, 206
Grenfell, Rosemari ...... 101, 218
Griffey, Lita .... ....... 7 3
Griffith, Gene .. .... 259
Griffin, Stan . . . . . . .53
Griffin, Viola . . . . . .147
Grimstad, Judith . , . . .212
Grivas, Theodore . . . . . .210
Groenclyke, Robert .......... 225
Grosse, Marion ....,....,... 19
Grusdat, Alice .... 37, 42, 47,
Guida, Lou .,.,,.. 228, 230,
Gumbiner, Rabbi Joseph . ...,. 70
Gustafson, Carolyn ...,....
Hadsall, Kathy ........ 212,
Haimbach, David .. ........ 23
Hairabedian, Ara .......... 258
Hale, Sylvia ..,...., 28, 57, 72,
Hallett, Richard .. ...... 191
Hamilton, Jim ,. .. .182, 221
Hamilton, Linda . . . . , . . .53
Hamlow, Norman .. .,.... 149
Hammaker, Janey . . . . .47, 103,
Hammarsten, Sheryll .,,,. 37, 40,
Hammond Dennis ........... 54
Hand, Billie ..... . . .156
Handell, Blaine .. .... 52
Handel, Lionell . . ..,,.... 183
Hanley, Patricia ........... 144
Hanna, Virginia .... 38, 173, 207,
Hannah, Marion . . . ..,... . .73
Hanner, J. Flint . . ,..,... 252
Hansen, Jerry . . .... 163, 198
Hansen, Neil .... 101, 188
Hanson, Mario .. ,,...... 41
Hardcastle, David .......,. 181
Hardie, Norman , . . . .149, 198,
Hardy, Linda ...... 52, 169
Hargis, Utah . . .....,,.... 149
Harris, Bill . ,... 100, 101, 188
Harris, Gary .......... 189, 259
Harshbarger, Bob .. ,..... 148
Hart, Kenneth . . . ....... .183
Hartman, Cheryl ............ 147
Hartman, Jane ..,.. 42, 62, 150,
Haskell, Arlen .. ..... 184
Haskell, Martyn . ....,,.. 183
Hassen, Beverly ....,..,.,.. 145
Hatfield, Donna 38, 165, 177,
207, 212, 218
Haupt, Glee .............. 167
Haupt, Radna ..........,,. 206
Haury, Marianne ....,. 156, 216
Hays, Loomis . . . ...... . .52
Hayes, Patrick . . . . .152
Haynes, Lou . . .. .193
Hazlett, Mary . . , . .146
Headley, Pat . . . . . .46
Heaton, Willie . . . . . , . 180
Heckman, Vicki .. ........ 146
Hedger, John ......... 179, 215
Hegarty, Judith . . 47, 165, 170
Heisinger, Gary .......... .41
Heller, Marilyn . . . . .216
Helm, Margo ..... .. 145
Henderson, Carolyn . . . . . 144
Henderson, John . ...... 183
Hendrix, George . . .. .51, 181
Hendrix, Henry .. .... 180
Hendrix, Joyce .. ......... 54
Hendrix, Voyce . . . ..., 253, 255
Hennings, Charles ....., 154, 215
Henryson, Sue ...... 42, 99, 169,
Henson, Arthur . , .... , ,. 148
Henson, Kay . . . . .157, 199
Henson, Susan . . ...... 172
Herbert, John . . . . . . , .22
Herbert, Kathleen .. 172
Hernandez, Beatrice . .. 147
Herring, Bobbi ..., .. 146
Hetherington, Nanette ......
Higgins, Kathryn .
. ..,...,.. 144
. ..... 178
Harold .... 40, 42, 154, 182
Hill Judy ...... 40, 62, 166, 206
Hill Larry ..,.......
Susan ...... 147,
Hiltel, Ted . . .
Hilton, Mary . .
Hinch, Judith ...,
Hughes, Nancy .
Jett, Gina ..., ..37, 57, 60, 70,
Hines, Raymond .
Hirt, Terri .....,
Hu, Mkki ...,..
Hoagland, Jim ..
Hobbs, Bill . . .
Hodge, Louis . .
Hodges, Dave ,.
Hodoyan, Aram ........,.
Hoff, Gerry .....
Holland, Jerry . . .
Holme, Andrea ... .. . ..
Holmes, A. W. .
Holmes, Vernis ..
Holstein, John ....,...
Homan, Frank Mrs. . . . .
Hoover, Pat ..... . . . . . . .
Hoover, Susan . . .
Hopkins, Ellen ..
Hori, Anne .....
Horii, Howard ..
Houlihan, John .
House, Dayton ..
Howard, Lynn . . .
Huen, Raymond .
Huff, Laurene ..
Hughes, Betty ..
... ..., .260
..52, 182, 210
Hughes, Judy ,...34, 35, 37, 44,
47, 150, 173, 209
Hughes, Julian ...,. 52, 64,
Hull, Donna . ,.
Hulsey, Linda . , .
Hunt, Margo . . ,.
Hussey, Gary ..... . . . .
Hyberg, Donald .
lacono, Phyllis . .
llg, George .. .
Ingles, Lloyd .. .
Isaac, Betty .,..
lshimoto, Irene .
Isola, Mike ....
lwasaki, Larry .
Jackson, Gary ..
Jacobsen, Maita .
.. ........ 169
...47, 174, 211
. ...154, 218
...40, 166, 211
Jackson, Nancy ..... 40, 99,
James, Bill ..... ..107, 156, 198
James, Jolee ..
James, Mary ..... .,.. 1 61
Jamfrey, Sandra .
Jarboe, Mike ..
Jennings, Dick ..
Jerome, Gary ., ...,. ,.
.. ....... 148
Joyal, Evelyn . . . . .
Juliana, Joe .. . .. . .
Justus, Byron ..,...... 103, 193
Jurgensen, Linda ,....... 38, 168
Kachner, Sandra ..,.. 37, 43, 47,
Kahlstrom, Karlene ...,..... 216
Kalstrom, Kathleen .... 146, 147,
Kamikawa, Alden .......... 217
Karabian, Lawrence .,,. 33, 179,
Kassabian, Richard ..... 160, 199
Kassler, Arleen .... ...,... 1 47
Kazarian, JoAnn .. . ..... .147
Kazarian, Mel . , . ...... .181
Kazarian, Ron . . .... 181, 210
Keebler, Elya .. .,,,.,.. 145
Kees, Calvin . . . ,...,,. . . .193
Kessling, Claude .,,.37, 191, 219
Keim, Judy .... ..... 1 74, 211
Keirn, Marlene , . . ..,. 144, 145
Kelly, Donna .... 52, 216
Kelly, Joni .,.. .....,.. 1 45
Kelly, Marty ......... 167, 207
Kelsey, Virginia ........,.. 147
Kelz, Iran ........ 148, 149, 157
Kemmerer, Janice ........ 40 212
Kempf, Judy .,........, 59, 170
Kennedy, Allan . . ...... 183
Kennedy, George . . . , .54
Kennedy, John .... . . ,183
Kennicott, Leigh ..... . . .145
Keshishyan, Hermine . . . , .144
Ketelsen, Allen ...., .... 1 98
Kevorkian, Hugo . . . . . . .56
Keyhan, Cyrous . . .... 81
Kezerian, Lucille .... ....... 1 66
Kidd, Marsha ,,.,......... 147
Kimball, Carl ..... 53, 101, 188,
Kimberly, Max ,. ......... 45
King, Donna . . . .... 162, 177
King, Robert . . . ....... 206
Kinnan, Janice ... . . .145
Kinney, Sue .... ...,. 4 6
Kinsel, Sue ..... ...... 2 14
Kinzel, Chris ...... ....... 1 55
Kirkpatrick, Judith ..... 147, 161
Kister, Donna .......,,. 38, 162
Klamm, Patricia . . . . . 171, 212
Klepper, William .,.,. 151, 185
Klohs, Karoly . . . ....... . .52
Klotz, Daniel ............... 52
Knap, Unni .... 41, 52, 146, 206
Knapp, Denise ......... 146, 175
Knapp, Julie ...... 144, 175, 212
Knapp, Mike . .........,.. 99
Knee, Jan .. .,.,......... 183
Knight, Sharon . .40, 43, 165, 169,
212, 213, 218
Koch, Alan ....... 76, 206, 224
Koehler, Edward ....,...... 197
Kohles, Susan ,............ 211
Kolby, Phyllis ....,. 43, 212, 219
Kolby, Sue .,....,.,. 145, 213
Komoki, Michiko .,..... 156, 217
Koning, Dan ......,..,,... 216
Kooyumiian, Dorothy . . .
Kraft, Karen ........
Krager, Harvey . .... .,
Kramer, Richard .... 52,
Krisher, Sharen .......
Krugerskaya, Sofya .,..
Kuchenbecker, Richard .
Kuhn, Jim .........,
Kuhns, Sharon .....,.
Kuykendall, Val ..,...
Ladd, Dorin ...,.. 152,
Ladd, Sheldon ......,
Laidlaw, Bob ...... 181
Lamar, Barbara ......
. .,.. 149
147,156, 216, 271
Jimenez, Joe .............. 148
Johansen, Mavis .... 37, 42, 144,
Johnson, Birger .. . .,.. 44, 226
Johnson, Bev . . . ...., . .46
Johnson, Bob , .. .. . .155
Johnson, Charis . . . . .144
Johnson, Edwin . . . . . .149
Johnson, Jimmy ....,...... 193
Johnson, Julie ..., 37, 40, 45, 47,
Johnson, Noble ............ 111
Johnston, Forest ....... 155, 202
Jones, Bobby .... 107, 156, 179,
Jones, Don .............,, 148
Jones, Ernest . .
Jones, Harry Ea
Jordan, Carol .
Joyal, Arnold E.
.....14, 15, 68,
Lambrex, Bob ,,
Lane, Karen .,...
LaNeve, Carol ........ ....
Lanfranco, Samuel ..,.. 181,
LaPorta, Bob ....
Larsen, Pamela ,.. .. ..
Larsen, William ..........
Larson, Jerry .......... 54,
Larson, Richard ..,. 43, 100,
Lass, Edith ....
Latour, Robert .......,,..
Latronica, Mary , . ...... . .
Lauten, Linda .....37, 157,
Lawrence, Kay . ..
Lawson, Sandra ......
Leal, Anita ......
Legg, Andrea ,,.,
Leonov, Leonid . . ,
Leonti, Ron .....
LeValley, Louis ..
' ' ' '40, '70,
.. . . .55,
Levora, Peggy ,..... 33, 37, 171,
Lewis, Bes ...,..,. 73, 189, 210
Lewis, Buck . .,............ 148
Lewis, Carol ....
Lillie, Judy ....
Lindgren, Jean . . . ,
Lindgren, Judith . . .
Lindman, June ....
Link, Howard . . .
Lockyer, Christine ..
Loewens, LaVerne .
Lohman, Janice , ..
Lombard, Edwin .,
London, Rita ....
Long, Ronald ..
Long, Susan ......
Longacre, Diane . . .
Longacre, Pat ...,
Loring, Janet ....
... ..... 147
. ....... 53
Love, Donna .,... 47, 70, 87,
Lowe, Karlene ,. ..... 78, 86,
Lowe, Lisle ..
Lucas, Bill .... . . .
Lucas, George .. ..
Lungren, Larry .....
Luttermoser, Pete .
Lyman, Bob .....
Lyon, Earl . ,.,....
Madden, William . .
Maglio, Jerry . ..
Maley, Jean .,...
.. .... 154
Malootian, Nancy ......... 147
Mandeville, Sandra .
Manlove, Peggy . . .
.47, 62, 100,
Manning, John .. .,... 207, 219
Mantelli, Dale ....,. ...... I 49
Maranian, Charlotte .
Maranian, Ray . ....
Marchini, Don ..
Marino, Ernestina .......... 161
Markarian, Frank , .
Markley, Kathleen . .
Marshall, Sara . . .
Martin, Jean . ............. 146
udy Joan .....,. 43, 99,
Martin, Judy ....
Martin, Judy Joelle
Masich, Nick .....
Mason, Elaine . . .
Mason, Pete . . .
Masuda, Satoko .... 53, 160, 217
Matlock, Monnie ,,....... . .147
Matoian, Janice .... 40, 43, 99,
169, 212, 213
Matsuda, Alfred .. ,..... 54, 55
Matsuda, Maryon ......,.,.. 144
Matthews, Janice . . .40, 101, 219
Matthews, Jim ............. 54
Matthews, Sandra ...., 144, 157,
Mottox, Jack , .
May, George . . .
Mazzei, Ron . . .
. ....., 227
Marty . , ......... 249
Meadows, Pat ...,......... 147
Mecchi, Beverly . . ,
Megazzini, Esther . ......... 157
Mehas, Mick .....
Mello, Dan ..,... ..... 1 50
Mehrten, Darel .. .... 159
Mellow, Rosemary .......... 147
Melvin, Dean .f .....,...... 220
Messer, Dale ...,, 110, 227, 231,
233, 234, 235
Metcalf, Marcia ....... , .. ,167
Metzler, Dennis ..... ,.,,, 1 91
Metzler, Larry ..,..... ..... 3 9
Meyer, Douglas ............ 220
Meyer, Margaret lPeggyl ..,. 107,
146, 147, 162, 203, 207
Meyling, Joyce .....,... 52, 175
Michehl, Ann ......... 144, 216
Miles, Mary ...... 145, 157, 216
Miles, Melinda ...,....,.... 145
Millard, Patricia ........ 52, 147
Miller, Carol ....... 39, 43, 147,
Miller, Margot ............ 177
Miller, Virginia .... 145, 206, 220
Milligan, William ....' ...... ' 193
Millsap, Carol ......... 39, 161
Mineau, Deanne .... 47, 60, 101,
Ming, Chris ...., . . .144
Mirigan, Richard . . . . .42
Mitchell, Hazel .... 39, 145, 157,
Mitchell, Judy ........ 37, 40, 47,
52, 101, 219
Miyasaki, Mariorie .... 157, 217
Mockel, Bette ,,.. 37, 43, 47, 165,
Mode, Janis ,,.... 47, 167, 211,
Moffett, Joanne ,... . . . 144, 157
Moglia, Norman ............ 53
Montgomery, Robert ...,,.., 158
Moore, Garland ...,,....,. 193
Moore, Joe ....,..... 148, 189
Moore, Sandra ...,........ 177
Moore, Rev. William ....,.... 70
Overstreet, David .....,..., 181
Moos, Bruce ......,..,.... 193
Morales, Serge ..,., 33, 207, 261
Moreland, Alice ....,....... 107
Morgan, Pam ..... 43, 101, 171,
178, 211, 219
Morgan, Patricia ...... 177, 212
Morishita, Ernest ..
Oates, Barbara . . . ...,. 52, 173
O'Banion, James ....... 107, 236
Oberstein, Brenda .,,,. 144, 161,
Oberti, Olivia ....,. 59, 171, 207
Oberti, Rosalene .... 37, 40, 100,
O'Brian, Dixie ,,.... 52, 87, 147,
O'Brien, Terry .. ,,.. 179, 189
O'Connor, Alice , ,....... 52
O'Connor, Jim . . ,.,....., 53
Ogard, Helen . . , ..... 157, 167
Ogburn, Carole ..,.. 15, 43, 170,
Okazaki, Gayle . , .... 217
Olsen, Carol . . . .... .145
Olsen, Jean ,. .... 53, 54
Olsen, Lyle . ...., 148
Olson, Gary .. ,... 260
Omata, Keith . . . . . . .149
O'Rear, W. T. .. .... ,25
Oro, Max ,.......,........ 107
Oslund, Karen , , .
Otto, Jill ..,.,. 40
Ovaska, Bonnie . .
Morris, Cynthia . . .... 40, 212
Morris, Delton , . ...,.., 229
Morris, Grover . . ..... 189
Morris, James .. ...37, 210
Morris, John . . ..,.. 191
Morris, King . . ....... 180
Morrison, Bob . , ..... 189, 254
Owen, Anita .....
Pace, Theron . ..
Irvin . ,
Wayne . . .
Pampeian, Lillian ,
Pape, Larry ....
Linda . .
Troy ..., 5 .
Parks, Margaret .,
Rohrig, Naomi ..
Morse, Alice .... ..,34, 36, 44,
Mortensen, Ellen . . . ....,. .147
Mortland, Gay , . . .... 169
Mosesian, Carol . . , .52
Motley, Richard .... .... 1 86
Moulster, Charlene . . ,.... .49
Moulton, Mike .... .... ,,.. 5 2
Mudge, Louis .... . , .28, 225
Muncy, Roy ..., . , . 149, 189
Murphy, Dennis . .,... 260
Murphy, Joseph , ,.,,. 44
Murphy, Lee .. . . . , .249
Murphy, Rayburn . ..... 187
Murray, Mary . , ........ 145
Murtos, Marilyn . . . ,207, 216
., ......., 147
Musgrave, Karen .
Muzio, Elaine ..... 73, 103, 173
Mac Donald, Jerry .,... 52, 210,
Mackay, Judy ..,.......... 146
McColl, Monty ..,. 34, 68, 98, 99,
Joyce ...,......., 157
McCarty, Ray ..... 238, 241, 245
McClung, Winifred ,... 37, 43, 52,
Passons, Bill . . .
Patton, Charles . . .
Patton, Ed ....,
Paulino, .lose . .
Paull, Bobby ..
Pearce, Tom .,,..
43, 212, 213
Peasley, Kathleen .. ,..,. 147
Pedroncelli, Donna ....., 40, 150,
Peeler, Dave ,..,. 228, 230, 233
Pellegrin, Gail ....
Pence, Louise ....
Percival, Richard ..
Peters, Ann ....
,, ....... 147
Peters, Arnold .... ........, 1 89
Peters, Herb . , . . .
Peters, Kathryn . ..
.25, 143, 14a
Petersen, Carolee , ..,....., 219
Petersen, Darlene ...... 147, 175,
McColm, Janet .. ........ 52
McColaugh, Jack ., ..,.., 52
McCollister, Donald ....,.... 54
McConnell, Dora ...,... 157, 160
McCormick, Brada ...... 165, 169,
McCoy, Mariorie .........,. 107
McCrummen, Willa Mae . ..,,. 72
Petersen, Janet . . .
Petersen, Pat . . .
Peterson, Bob ..
Peterson, Carl . ,
Peterson, Carol . .
Peterson, Joan . .
, Jon ,,..
, Marilyn .
ld, Max .
McDonald, Roberta ..... 146, 147
McDowell, Bill .... ..,.... 2 61
McFerson, Mike . ...... 238, 239
Mclntosh, Jerry ..
Mclntosh, Lynda ..
Mclntyre, Veta ..
y, Jim ..
.. ....... 149
McKenry, Joan .... . . .39, 169
McKenzie, Dodie . . . ...,.. .144
McMann, Robin . . . . ,46, 147
McNatt, Linda . . . . .157, 173
Nagel, Rich .... . ,....,. 229
Nagle, Mary .... ,
Nakamura, Tad ..
Navone, Mike ..
.. ..,.... 217
Neider, Bill ..., ,...... 2 56
Nichols, Robert . . ...., 187
Nelsen, Clair .... ..,... 2 5
Nelson, Bernice . . ...,.,.. 146
Nikkel, Karlrose ........ 39, 216
Niklaus, David . . .
Nilmeier, Larry .,
Nordwick, Harry .
" .... 54
.. ........ 25
Norton, Ray .,....... A ...., 257
Nuotio, Neil .... .... 5 3, 54, 55
Nutson, Bruce , . .... 53, 54, 55
Nuttall, Roger . , .,....., 189
Nutting, Suzi . . .... 145
Nygren, Phyllis . . ,. . .161
Petrucci, Vincent , ,
Phillips, Clarice . . .
Phillips, JoAnn , , .
Pickering, Larry ....... 236, 246
Pierce, Edith .... .
Pierce, Gail ..,,..
Pierotte, Nadine . .
Pippert, Jane ,, .... 37, 40, 100,
Pisano, Lois .. ...,.., .
Piston, Ed .,..,..
Pitts, Emily .,..,,
Pok, Leigh Ann . ..
Polite, Penny . .
Polk, Shirley , , .
Pollock, Frank . .
Poncet, Carol . .
Ponci, Larry . . .
Pope, Gary . . .
Poplar, Lou . . .
Porch, Louise . . .
Porteous, John ,,
Porter, Suzanne . . .
Porter, Pauline .
,.38, 40, 173,
Poulson, Claduia ...... 39, 40, 60
Powell, Gene . . .
Powell, Frank ..
Powell, Pam , ,
Powell, Pat , . .
Powers, Andy ..
Pratt, Albert ..
Pratt, Mike ..., ...... 2 29, 260
Prentice, Judy ,.,.
Price, Ronald .....
Pringle, Jane ....
Proett, Kay, .......
..37, 62, 103,
57, 173, 221
.47, 162, 175
Pruett, Anna ....,
Puckett, Marilyn .. .
Putnam, Lyle .,,.
Pyott, Joanne ,,
Raco, Fred .....
Ranogan, Frank ......,..., 194
Randell, Betty .,... 47, 169, 211
Ransberger, Ray ........... 148
Rasmussen, Phyllis ...,.
Ransom, Bob ....
Rathbun, Norene . . .
Rau, Judy .... 40,
Rau, Fred ........
102, 103, 169
150, 185, 219
Raybourn, Joanne , . . .
Rea, Ralph ,.,,,
Reader, Dennis ..
. ..... 20
Redding, Dell .. ,... 148, 149
Redwine, Charlene .......,,. 216
Reed, Pauline .... 147, 206, 219
Reese, Delbert ..........,... 84
Reinhardt, Dennis ..,,..., 52, 70
Relph, Sandra .. ..,,,,.. 147
Renning, Jim .... ..,. 1 02, 103
Reynolds, Margo ...... 147, 161,
Reynolds, Ray ......,,.. 44, 57
Rice, Cindy ..,,...... 145, 216
Rich, Sue ,.... 35, 36, 157, 165,
Richardson, Ross . . . , . .54, 55
Riggert, Glenn ,,
Riggle, Bonnie . . .
Rigor, Peggy . . .
Rimmer, Judy . . .
Rivers, Mariorie .
Rizzotto, Pat ....
Robbins, Arthur , .
Roberts, Viola . . .
Robertson, Bill .,
Robertson, Keith .
Robison, Carolyn .
Rockwell, James .
Rodman, Jess . . .
Rodriquez, Lynne .
Rogers, Dale . . ,
Rogers, Darryl .. ,
Roias, Carlos . . .
Rosbrook, James .
Rose, Dick .....
. . . , .144
.. ...,, ,..72
.. .,.15, 142
Rogers, Gwen .... 40, 55, 62, 87,
103, 150, 167
Rose, Richard . . . . ,194
Rosewall, Jan .. . . . .194
Rosnick, Charles . . ......, 54
Rossi, Carol ..,,.
Rousek, Edwin ..
. . . 144, 145
Ruble, Jeannine .....,,,... 145
...39, 43, 219
Rudy, Penny ......,.,..... 145
Ruble, Dena ,....
Rucker, Nancy .. .
Ruffoni, Nancy Lee
Ruggeri, Mary . . .
Russell, Dalynn ..
. ...., 40, 167
Russell, Louise ..,.,,........ 53
Rutigliano, Louise , . ,
Ryan, Elizabeth .,
Ryan, Simms , ,.,,
Ryan, Patiricia , . ,
Safstrom, Arthur ,
Salado, Don ..,..
Samons, Diane ,... .
.145, 207, 219
15, 18, 28,
44, 48, 225
,, .....,.. 161
40, 101, 167
Sample, Fannie , ...,........ 24
Samuelson, Peter ...,
Sanders, Joe ....
.43, 54, 55
Sanderson, Jim ....., .228
Sangster, George ,,
Santillan, Steve .......,,,, 107
Santos, Jim ,.,.......... .238
Sarantcs, George .
Sargent, Sandra . .....,,,... 145
Saunders, Alean ........... 224
Saunders, Tom , ..,.,....,. 148
Schafer, Mary Ann
Schieler, Larry ..
Schmidt, Elmer .,
Schefield, Donna .....,..... 145
40, 43, 167
.. .,... 150
Schroel, Joanne . ..
Schultz, Ernie ,.,. .
Schweich, Martha . . . .... . .
Scott, Frederic ..,.....,,...
Scott, James .......... ,...
Scott, Judi .....,.
Scott, Judith ...,,.
Scott, Kenneth . . .
Schafer, Don . . .
.. . .107,
Scheidt, Pat ..... . . .39,
Schmidt, Richard ....
Schneider, Dennis . . . . . .
Scholz, Bob ....... .,....
Scruggs, Charlene ..,..,. 41,
Scully, Sandra .,
Scully, Sharon . . ..
Seifert, Bruce .....
Seifert, Janice ...........,..
Seifert, Stanley . . ,...... , . .
Selland, Mayor Arthur .......
Seltzer, Joan .....
Sereno, Vincent . . . .
Sergi, Leonard ..........,...
Serrano, David .............
Sessions, Richard , . .81, 103,
Severini, Ernestine ..........
Severtson, Emily ....... 145, 219,
Sexton, Gary ..
Sexton, Pat .,.... . . .
Shacklett, Gordon . . , ,
Shacklett, Robert . . . . .
Shaefer, Don . . , . . ,
Shafer, Johnnie . , ,.... . .
Sharrah, Diane ....,......
Shaw, Warren .... 157, 191,
Tuck, Doug .....
Sheehan, Paul .......... 23, 57
Shawl, Robert ..... 183, 197, 215
Shchipachev, Stephan ......,., 64
Shell, Bonnie ..., 40, 43, 176, 212
Shepard, Bernie , , . . . ,.... . .44
Shepherd, Sandra .... 162, 177
Sherman, Daisy .. ....,. 216
Sherrer, J. D. ... . . .258
Sherry, Lester . . . , . .193
Shibata, Pauline , . . . .144
Shields, Metta . , . . .147
Shiffer, Jim ..... , . . 152
Shigehera, Wilber . . . .149
Shinn, Herb ..... .... 1 O7
Shipley, Richard .. . . . .53, 54
Shitanishi, Reiko .. .... 147
Short, Robert .... . . .148
Shubin, JoAnn . . , ....... 145
Shults, Leroy .... ,........ 1 49
Shumway, Mary ....... 147, 161,
Silva, Mary Lou . . . . .207, 212
Silveira, Rose ............. 147
Simmons, Joy .............. 44
Simi, Dante .... 34, 36, 102, 103,
Simms, Nowal ,.,. 189, 198, 204
Simons, Jerry .,..,..,..... 193
Simons, Linda . .. .... 39, 212
Simpson, Rich . . . ...... .181
Singh, Aimel . . . .,,, 198, 204
Sinn, John ... ........, .152
Sirman, James .... 159, 215, 219
Sivaslian, Greg ........ 52, 210
Sloan, Sandra . . . ...... 43, 99
Smith, Cecil . . .,.,... 179
Smith, Earl . . , , ,238, 244
Smith, Gary .. ,.... 191
Smith, Ether . .. .. .53, 54
Smith, Lew .,.,,..,....,.. 191
Smith, Margaret ....,...,,. 175
....32, 34, 110,
Smittcamp, Bob . ........... 189
Snapp, Linda ..... 35, 39, 64, 169
Sneed, Mary .,..........., 216
Sordi, Roy .... . , .148
Soule, Carol .... .. .216
Sparks, William . . . . . .192
Speck, Mary Ellen .. ..... 198
Spence, David .... ...... 1 48
Spencer, Edward . . . . .18, 193
Spencer, William .,,.. ..... 1 91
Spidell, Bill .....,....,,,., 149
Sproul, U. C. President ....,,. 15
Soults, Merle .,............ 144
Stacey, Hedley . . ......... 17
Stairs, Stan .......... 181, 210
Stambaugh, Edgar ,.......... 19
Staley, Jennifer .... 99, 146, 169,
165, 212, 213
Stancoff, Nancy .... 40, 54, 177,
Stanley, George . . . ,,..... . .23
Starr, Jeanne . . .
Judith . .
Stefanich, Jack .,., 181, 207, 219
Steffensen, Lawrence ..., 99, 207
Stenfort, June ..,.. 43, 146, 206
Stephens, Barbara ......,... 147
Stevenson, Lonnie ..,... 146, 147
Stewart, Sandie ....... 167, 215
Stocks, Catherine ..43, 212, 213
Stoeckel, Tom .............. 54
Stolper, Judy .. .....,. 144
Strangio, Bill . . .. .183
Strentz, Tom ,... . . .219
Strickler, Donna . . . .100
Strom, Bob ...., . . .258
Sturgeon, Elaine ...... 147
Suddiian, Pete . , . ....... 103
Sumpter, Roberta ..... 157, 216,
Svenson, ,Karl .... .....,.. 5 7
Switzer, Marilyn . ,.... .145
Swords, Terry , . . . . . .98
Taga, lris ...... ....... 1 44
Taira, Larry .....,.,........ 52
Takahashi, Lloyd ....., 153, 204,
Talley, Gordon . . .... 159
Tamagni, Margie ....... 44
Taylor, Gary ...... 148, 229
Taylor, Kenneth ............ 148
Taylor, Pegge ..., 147, 165, 167
Taylor, Paige .... 40, 43, 98, 99,
' 169, 212
Taylor Patricia .... 145, 175, 219
Tenney, Edward ,..,...., . . , .24
Teter, Larry ..... 107, 153
Teves, Ann . , . ....... 145
Tharsing, Pat . . . ...... 99, 144
Thayer, Dale ........., 54, 148
Thielbahr, Bill .... 102, 103, 189
Thiessen, Frank .....,...... 261
Thomas, Anita ,, .... 56
Thomas, Dennis . . . . .148
Thompson, Carol . . . .173
Thompson, Ken .... . . , .257
Thompson, Shirley .....,..... 57
Thompson, R. E. .....,... 53, 54
Thompson, Sue ..... 39, 62, 169
Thompson, Tommy .......... 249
Thorkelson, Joyce .......... 173
Thorpe, Carol ..... 43, 173, 212,
Thorpe, John ..... 107, 157, 159
Thuesen, Nona ....,.,, 62, 173
Tillery, Bettie . . . ,,..... . . .144
Tinker, John ....,......... 111
Tirado, Virginia ,... 41, 153, 207
Tierrild, Robert ,....,.. 150, 158
Todd, Denton . . .,.. 193, 205
Tolle, Joan .....
Tong, Gabrielle ,
Travis, Julia ....
Tripp, Judd ..,,
Tuccori, Stanley .,
Tuck, Curtis ....
Tueller, Dallas A. .
Tuggle, Alfred . . .
Turner, Diane ..
Tuttle, Fred ...,.
I .62, '1'6'94,
.' .I .'4o,A 45,
.. ...,... 16
Underwood, Mrs. Louise ....
Uota, Fumiko ....... , .161,
Uphold, William B.
Upton, Jon .....
Uriarte, Tom ....
Valoff, John ....
VanGalder, Bob .
VanGelder, Pete . .
VanZee, Viola .,
Vegely, Ed ...,
Vilardi, George ..
Vincent, David ,
Wachhold, Dana .
Wade, Clifford .,
Wait, Barbara . ..
Wakida, Deanna .
Walch, Les ..,,.
Wall, Ernie .....
Wall, Ken .,.....
,. .. thi.
. ..... 37,
. ,... 148,
Wallerman, Barbara .......
Walls, Bernice ....
Walls, Bill .. .
Ward, Jerry . . , . .39, 194,
Ward, James ..
Ward, Lou Ann ..
, .... 193,
Ward Roy .... . . .149
Warden, Max . . . . . .149
Wardle, Orrin D. .... ..,. 1 6
Warmerdam, Bill .... . . .
Warmerdam, Cornelius . . , . .252
Warmerdam, John . .,.. .254
Warmerdam, Nick ...,...... 254
Watanabe, Jerry ... .,.198, 217
Waterman, Ruth .. ,.,... 24
Watkins, Gary . . . ...,,... . .35
Watry, Nick .. . ....,.,.. .149
Watson, Carole ..., 84, 157, 162,
Watts, Phyllis .,....18
Webb, Barbara ........... 146
Weber, Joyce ...... 41, 46, 145,
Weber, Philip . , ......... 183
Webster, Mark , , ..,.... 183
Webster, John ........ 220, 227
Webster, Melinda ........... 144
Wedegaertner, Kay .....,... 145
Wedel, Jeannette , . . . . . .53
Wegley, Jerry .... . , .254
Weedin, Bob .... ..,.. 2 36
Weidner, Ernest . . ...... 183
Welch, Patricia . , ..,, 37, 173
Welch, Shari ....,. .. .165, 175
Weldon, Jacquelyn . . ...... 169
Wendell, Lum .... ....... 1 49
Wenger, Caroline ...... 144, 198,
West, Mary Sue ........... 147
West, Sharon ..,,.. 90, 99, 169,
Wharton, Truman ....,..,,. 159
Whealey, Mervin . . ....,.. 73
Wheatley, Darlene ..,... 40, 146,
Wheaton, Herbert H. , ..... 16
Wheeler, Charles . . ....... 143
Wheeler, Judy . . ..., 157, 162
Wheeler Marilyn ...... 40, 43, 46
Whipple, Tom . . . ..... .236
White, Jan ... ...175
White, Jim ... . . .142
White, Larry . . . . .187
White, Janice .... . . .153
White, Richard . . . . . .159
Whitman, Bill .,.. ..... 1 48
Wickersham, Lynn ,...,...,. 157
Wiggins, Bill .....,.... 99, 189
Wilcox, Gayle ,.... 40, 146, 212
Williams, Bonnie .......... 144
Williams, Hal .... 73, 259
Williams, Judy .. ........ 167
Wills, Pat ..... ....... 3 7, 211
Wilson, Carole ..... 36, 40, 157,
Wilson, Donna .....,... 144, 205
Wilson, Gordon .,..., 17, 28, 34,
44, 48, 57, 225
Wilson, James .,...,...... 183
Wilson, Noel . ..,...... 149
Wilt, Dennis ...,...... 163, 219
Wimbush, Mike . . .193, 236, 254
Wimbush, Nancy . .,......,. 147
Wimer, Darlene ...,,. 40, 43, 47,
Wimer, Dorothy ,... 40, 206, 212
Winters, James ............. 53
Winter, Wally ... ... ... , .54
Womack, Ennis ........ 22
Wong, Keith . . .....,... 148
Woo, Jeannine , ..... 39, 43, 217
Wood, Dick .... .,..... 2 54
Wood, Richard . . . , .... . . .99
Woodman, Kay . . .,.. 99, 212
Woods, Julia , , .....,... 107
Worrell, Joe ....,......... 193
Wong, Sandra .,... 147, 161, 215
Workmon, Nathan ......,.... 53
Worthley, David ,.... . . .187
Wright, James .... . . .159
Wright, John W. . , . .21
Wrightson, Robert ..,. .... 1 89
Wulstein, Sherrine .......... 145
Wyckoff, Bob ...... 52, 191, 255
Yakoubian, William .... 157, 203
Yamada, Midori . .,.... 145, 217
Yarbrough, Margaret .,.. 47, 70,
Yee, Sharon ...... .,.. 4 1, 215
Yela, Marie ..,......, 147, 161
Yokota, Georgia . . ....... 217
Yoshida, Neal ,... .... 2 53, 255
Young, Ellen ....,.. ...... 1 44
Young, Marianne .. . ,. .147
Youngclaus, Charles .,...... 199
Youngclaus, Loren .......... 148
Zaver, John ,... .... 184, 185
Zeim, Barbara . , . ........ 49
Zimmerman, Chuck ..... 58, 178
Zimmerman, Gail .... 206
Zimmerman, Ron . . .149
Zuspan, Bill ..... .. .148
Zuspan, Bob ... ...149
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