Glendale Community College - El Ano Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

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T Closing I94-2I6 College continues To grow? swimming Pool added for '68 Building began November I4 on the only 50 meter collegiate swimming pool in Arizona, lo- cated on the GCC campus. The city of Glendale, paying 852 of the 5294000 bill, will operate the facility in a summer recreation program. The college will use it for physical education instruc- tion. Complete with heater and dressing rooms separate from the physical education building, the pool serves as another link between the college and the community. X- The old and the new of it . . . Students Caroline Reyer and Danny Spitler model 50 years of swim fashion for ground breaking ceremon- ies. Lee Stanley turns the first shovel of dirt as Dean Matt Hanhila and Reginald G. Syndor of the architects look on. W, Q, ' ,Q-+2 ,Mg in " 1 4, I M ,, ' Q t 4,??q 4. I 2' if fA 4: ,, ai A QMNQEW mx is mx. -ev? .4 5' L gh Evals? ii-iii? ' Y, Football and royalty reign ln September I967, a football squad was fielded at GCC for the first time. The addition of football complimented an already well rounded athletic program at the college. All the color and pageantry of the marching band, half time shows, away games and finally the first homecoming were made a part of college life at Glendale. John Spencer and Deborah Murphy were honored as the first royalty in GCC history. Impressive half time ceremonies did much to make another first for the college. Matched with the finest junior col- lege team in the state, the Gauchos played very well as they lost a I6- I2 contest to Arizona Western Junior College. l 7 ' H 'wnrntilrwmhmmm "sm umamwmru 'wlamufr lm.-ln. JL 'w in w 'W .w,,mwfr'szmMm.l-l, , "R"'rv l 'fa , .. ,,-. V - - -- ,wreak . . . i . ..,, , .K,, . , V K .iqwzuglz -. ' ,L il 1 , -11 713:53 . - i, , . v - :,,, M , ir v 3 ,.,,..,, A' Q, x K- gf 4 qv... 51 x. l. l 1 QV. T 1 Q ..,.. wx tw .K I , X Ax-lgmwwf . .. g .QQ ll' lt lw.t,ll',l3.-N Rlm- , . by T .fill Wgrfrl-lllflr it l 1 lt .. iff :-lg . Q1 Marching band stars on network T On November IO, l967 the GCC mar- ching band and pom pon squad departed for an action-packed weekend in Califor- nia. On November ll, the group per- it formed at Disneyland. After parading down Main Street, the band gave a con- cert of popular music. The Gauchos also visited Knotts Berry Farm. The highlight of the trip was a per- formance during the halftime of the San Diego Chargers-Miami Dolphins football game broadcast on NBC television. High- lights of the show were renditions of "So What's New?" and "Up, Up and Away." sm' ffl' Mr Continuing Education students, their families, and faculty members attended the first Family Night on October 6 in the Student Union Building. Family fun was stressed with Curt the Clown on hand to entertain children and adults dur- ing the buffet supper hour. Following the introduction of Continuing Education Associated Student officers, Curt took the children for rides in his fire engine while the adults were being enter- tained by the Winllammers, a well known Phoenix group who had performed at Expo '67. Five hun- dred guests enioyed the informality and fun of a get-acquainted evening. Family fu n, festivities for 500 Tk 5 ' li .. 1 . A .ns J x , 11 -. ,R'A www, Q .J 1 ' A my' -4- ' . .I Avy- M, :iv ., , ' Q ,, K , , 'R Lf,-. '-- 1. f -' I A , i ., it , , X - I . X , Q X ' H v . - W fx. " ' 1 ' ,K ' . lr' I A V 4' U gp. ff V K A ' Q . r v- - . is . t , Tx w -.O- "1 " Q '- .ff ' . , , ' .- - 5 A 7 . A X . ,, 6 J ' 1 53- 1 . we 'qw ' X .-V, AH., q P v ' 1 ' 1 . 1 .' ' J 1 ' ' I Q ,... . V , , K s H' il'-',..., . v X VU 1,.v - ' , . W ,X A a - -. u?',p, ,. .A-."' 1 99,3 H .'IN--Qs 1.-Qu.. . . . X .- ,, 1 . wr' f " 'ilk' 4.-IX. PI ,ilwifgpj 'ff 'N " ' iv'-52212. 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Smith tlwrzzliw Dmn ZM111 fy' .hfslrfrrtiwf dministrators face challenges of growin Right: Dr. Hanhila and Dr. Prince MCJCD President at Gaucho Home- coming ceremonies. Below: Dr. Hanhila and Dean Thompson of Phoenix Col- lege and Dean Riggs of Mesa Commu- nity College, sister schools of Glendale Community College. Gm. 'i' S ' r 'O 4 f ' , . ' ' 4 ' ' r' . 4 ,, A f 4 1 ,if ampus needs , A Q . ' va Km E' 13? ,ff Administrative- Mrs. Betty Alpert Secretary Mrs. Martha Anderson Serrmzry Mrs. .lane Buehman Secrzflary Miss Dottie Clifford Sccrelary Mrs. Madelene Denen Kegisirntinrr Clerk Mrs. Bonnie Haley Serrztary Mrs. Ruth James Ulerk-Sierra Miss Rosemary McShane PHP Operator Mrs. Rita McVay Clerk-Sierra Mrs. Elizabeth Miller Hlerk Mrs. Margaret Mowrey Clerk-Sierra Mrs. Madeline Petty Srrrvtary Clerical staff 'J ' P if - ' V ,. ,,-. Q- 1. , 4. ' Ri l 3 - ...Wu . - if in mu 'ii A HHA: X. . i as A 2 as i ll A ' ll A- - x '1faz,,::- L- Y ir I . ..-.k gg, K!.A""'s, l 4-A ,A X Q ,,, 1 --. 'f it 2252- 33 ,. '4 I. 'V qi! ., .' ' ,f if Y ' A' iffy ' P,-T Eg 3 ga i ff' , M' Yffi. I f ,r pf .N 1 ' l -5 i ' 5 X- ' W 4. ..., J - W y : " i 9 . Lf fi X ,Q as fs 3 i ' fill. - .- -5' "Q-. X 'f A 'Ti A ' my its gh. 9, 7-. . Mrs. Ruth Socket Zfrauscrzyfl Eurzlzazlor Mrs. Mildred Young Jerk 'Ms , E? 'H--aqgh -A Librar and Bookstore serve students I xxx IF'- L . T er' his 2-"' A1 san 4.,X at-w ff i is-uf f g ,LL Sh! l . fM'N is .l .Qt life -si?" ai? E y 5-vu. 91-'uv' Mrs. Alma Scalberg filrrary Clerk Mrs. Francis Schindler lfilrmry ,,-lssrktaore Mr. Robert Taylor Hera! Agent Mrs. Genevieve Allison Mrs. ,Ciorary Ulork Pat Cook Bookstore Mrs. Mary Dewey Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. ,Cibrnry Clerk . Lillian Duff filrrory Clerk Marion Harper Bookstore ,ellarnroer Mary Hinkel ,Cilfrary Clerk-,fl ll Olga Noll Bookstore Clerk Rose Cpenshaw Uaskier-Elerk Mrs. Louisa Prince Mrs. library Jerk Rosina Repela filrrory dork 21 GCC cafeteria staff expands Mary Akin 6'ashier Norman Brashear lllilily ,Mau Vivian Evans Snark Kar Ermyntrude Falusi Gashicr Johnnie Fine dzfeteria Mary .lack Hafcteria Gladys Lord 6'asl1ier Aranna Malone Snark Har Wilber Morton lllildy ,Mau Bill Nenneman 6?aoA' Connie Nevarez Hafelcria Isaura Ochoa Hafelcria Mariorie Sloan Hafelcria Ethel Stump Gafcteria Nancy Theriault Hafctzria Maxine Winschear Gafctcria '11-19' Y X -Q-'ff X 1 f , ,J N -I ' 'Z' J,f, X. I ,-.ffl l-.4 -,,..A 1" -- L- 5 P ' HLA 154' Maintenance i 1--sf : P5 2 . 'SJ nnn: 5 " lb . i lll, ' y M ' A l - W ,f K Li cg. gg .,, N 5 bf V i W is alll? 54.-1 nnn . nnn n w E' l 3 X L, -1 E 7"....i X... 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Q nr .z i iz -- an Q E :VV q t N zz- , 4 1.53 A " :JA -, -J , - 19 ,Q ' , A 1 Z f i f 1 'N - X ll, . nu, N J , , iw '--A5 si ' ff sl 1 . 5 li lib Ray Alcaraz Cuslndmlz Hal Bailey Oprratimf t71gim'rr Ray Barstad Uustadiaff George Crigler Vdflbllllll Joe Davis Uardlxzau Hank Dawson lffceivirqa Clerk Hershel Eaton ,-lpprmtirf fizgilzffr Jess Fahnestock 6711510412111 Wes Giles C7llSfUl1flIll Tiburcio Gonzalez llardfnan George Gooding Mark llflldllldll Wayne Harris Uustadzkzlf Bennie Hill Cizstadizm Henry Hill lltility ,lldll Ed Kelm yilflfllldll Ynez Lopez Uustadzizlz Eugene Perry lead Czzsfadiaff Harry Roby Uuslodiaxz Ray Sankey Cusladiafr LeRoy Waddick Parking fat W - Jlfffhlbllll 8 LL G, John Wood 2 A 1" ' K 'lf ', Gusfadialf , Steve Yturralde f y " Cfustadimz A Y l ES 23 s -" Counselors aid students Continuous is the word to de- scribe the Counseling Department of GCC. Individual counseling, job placement services, testing pro- grams, and contact with surroun- ding high schools are carried on throughout the academic year. The counseling staff is available to as- sist students in planning educa- tional programs of either 2-year terminal or 4-year transfer duration. The arrival of new equipment, such as the electrofile which will help the department in its data processing of information about students and students interests, will aid in the efficiency and time consumption for those in the department. On the basis that everyone has his own place, the Counseling De- partment is continuously working to help each individual. f-'N 'N 1ln,..f ' J--sg Ronald Frost AI Hoeffel H. W. Hurlebaus Dr. Merle Lange Carl Rollins Cfouuselor obuuszlor Placelumt Director of .7aatI1all Hounsclar daunseliug Cozzlrsflmy , ' g, ii ii J ' - ' ii"": rir it O? - ' ' JW tfifktwtyas, Y . 'Q-j Q 'X X 1 I IMC expands with more 'non-book' sources Service to students, the faculty and the public is the aim of the Instructional Materials Center. The IMC, the focal point of the GCC campus, contains a faculty reading room, a microfilm reading room, an audiovisual complex, a typing room, conference rooms, and many more areas for specialized services. In addition to circulating books. the library distributes over l5OO reels of microfilm,.and has photo- copy machines available for stu- dent use. The audio-visual area benefits students by making avail- able many films and other non- book resources. Displays of private art work are scheduled throughout the year. Study carrels and the open air reading patio are addi- tional sewices for the student. The future holds the promise of listen- ing carrels in which students will be exposed to taped concerts. speeches, foreign languages, and many other programs. Even further ahead are promises of television carrels with each carrel containing its own screen. The services rendered students in the IMC are aimed at involving them in new cultural and educa- tional learning experiences. Mrs. Georgia Dillard Mrs. Elaine Flint Roy Jordan Philip Moloso William Sickrey Periadimls and ,Assislant Dzreetur, .A lf Dzreetar ,-lajuisitious Direefer of Hreulaliafz Reference Serwees ffbfdflhll .7,,ll6' ,Cibrarzizu 25 The main goal of the Physical Educational Department is to pro- vide the students with the oppor- tunities to develop knowledge and skills in activities that they will need as adults in a society with a greater amount of leisure time at their disposal. They are striving to promote such activities as swim- ming, tennis, golf, bowling, and archery. Not only do the many activities provide entertainment and enjoyment for the individual but also help one to maintain physical and mental fitness. Two classroom courses are also being offered in the department. Healthful Living covers such areas as personal health, first aid, and medical self-help. School and Community Health considers the responsibilities of the classroom teacher in the school and commu- nity health programs. .- egzffiaav, 'mvm -sv? :,,r'Jle'Q - X, is--. v-' g ,ie 5 vi, in Z w'illl"'5?:l3 i llllllwf "-' lnl ul' "W 157: 1 . Z' Y 1 ' l 'VL . in i PP HEMI. f' V V552 , ,, ,bg ' . . it " . .-.JN E '.L....-...- ' f- ' lf-se ilgggli Q' "T M' 'im fl hi, ,L AL -3.3 3 " z- gi il 2 . H . f 'fs M l , e. ' , V '1 , l I I ll' ' l ll ll il First Arizona junior college Swim meet set for GCC pool Mrs. Mariam Austin Physlkal Eduratiofz Dale R. Bloss Plfysiml fducatiuu Herbert Boetto Physical Edumtion Vernon C. Braasch 6'l1air111af1-,Men Phgsiml fdllt'dff0Il Mrs. Mary Ley Brown fflllllb' Ecnnamics Mrs. Dorothy Clayton Physiral Educatzlw 'Ur' -uit?" .,. fs . f--fi with -Q 4-.5 'l l L.. . -iv! ff' I is l ' 'mf' s.,- X I A' A 1 . 2. ,. A " Richard M. Fuenning Pllysiaal Edncaliaii Miss Charlotte Kidney A , Physical fducatian - Miss Nelda Ruth Knopp Physical Education ' -,. A 1 ' a " ' N C'i1air111an-Woinen f .. , X l 1: tl, ' ws! l emi . Moonie Kong Pnyszkal Ezincatian James A. Smith ' A T Pnysiml fdnaatilfif Kenneth G. Weiss T Ifhysiaal Education 3 Child Development classes added The small fries that you may have seen running around the GCC campus are not students. They are children, ranging from 2- If!-5 years in age, who are enrolled in the Child Development class. This class is designed to study the de- velopment with emphasis on the factors of the life of the child through adolescence. New playground equipment and toys are featured in the Child De- velopment Center. Children can be observed at play unnoticed through if Bo one way glass windows. Also by participating with the children, students learn about the kind of environmental conditions and ex- periences that will help the child make a gradual and successful adaptation to new outside environment. Students are also working in ar- eas of modern family, clothing construction, and costume design. A night class soon to be offered at GCC will be aimed at the working women and will consist of teaching the new selections and prepara- tions of "quickie" meals. Director of the Child Development Center, Mrs. Edna Haas explains the growth of cotton to several pre-schoolers. iPhoto courtesy of Mrs. Thelma Heatwole and the Arizona lfepnliliaj 27 Lab equipment receives top priorit The Science and Math Depart- ments have much of the newest equipment and ideology offered today. The modern techniques of agri- culture are being offered through such courses as Animal Science and Mechanized Agriculture. This two-year curriculum prepares students for such job opportunities S as Ag-Chemical Technicians and Veterinary Assistants. Research and experiment are the key words in the Biology, Chemis- try, and Physics departments. A course in Special Projects is offered for the industrious student in all three areas. Here the aspiring sci- entist studies in detail a project of his choice. .Z NON' I l- Milford J. Benham gifulagy 2- Louis Csontos cwmristry 3- Roger H. Davy ,AX celnwfislry 4- Clair Decker flgrirlzlllln' 5- Joseph S. Flipper ,llntlzmmtirs KOH' 2 I- Mzeyrill Forney fysfrs 2- Edward Hoff ' J-55 'W' C7111irl11m1 c Q ,llzlllimznlirs . -up 3- Barbara J. Kilgard 'N Psyrlmlagy if 4- Walter E. Klann 23 ,,1!11tl1r111111irs ,Q A ,l if , , .Q tv- . 1' . mf" glial-r FQ, if ,M 1. 'Q ' r: JE-:Si 'Sli ,, H ':"f'-ski: " V A5 .:. 1 'W ll S -Cs-T Vw, n' I Computer courses additions to Applied Science I f .I pit phi L 1 v, L .. Y . A . 1 if . j f x X g - ' . 5- Qu ' - .:. A 1 5-5 v K 5 jr- V! H - f l I - il ' ' X "t-:f:4v"'L ' M Y V E ff - 1 if, 'i if ... Trips to the Havasupai and the Grand Canyon were two of the breath-taking adventures en- joyed by geology students. This course helps to give the student tirst hand knowledge of the earth and her many mysteries. Today is the age of computers. The GCC Math Department can help students prepare for an ex- citing career in Computer pro- gramming with the course For- tran Computer Programming. Other courses, such as Mathe- matics for General Education, which puts emphasis on other branches of culture, and Linear Algebra for the more advanced student, show the great diversity of the department. xx .W g 5 ROW I y I- Charles F. Long M y Drafting Q5 2- H272 Markowitz -as -if airnfan Psychology Q, - 3- Jack Mathews Elmranics N . lllll" W T 4- Leslie E. McCoy ll i -f " Electronics l i 5- Allen Peters ' Physics NOW 2 l I Pete K. Pisciotta .Mzztnclnatics 2- Miss Margaret Pratt jMdffl6'IIIdfl2'.S' 3- Doyle Roberson ,, -E. ,Matlfclnalics 4- Mrs. Theresa Roberts ,Nursing 5- Carl Squires 6'nairnmn Applied Science Q. . -. mia 5 ii ii ll :gs mu. , -mln., ui ,M ,w .- ,Jig - . .1 5.:.,sm. l .MJ I , . l f 4 .fi ' ... yyg . lxhlgfifggililh XV' ,, Fine Arts majors increase rapidl This year the Music Department has expanded greatly. It includes Advanced Band, Opera Workshop, Stage Workshop, the A Cappella Choir, and the Madrigal group. There are now fifty bona fide music majors in comparison with last year's nine. There are four full time music teachers and fourteen part time teachers that give private instructions. Many of these giving private lessons are members of the Phoenix Symphony. Leroy E. Baxter ,I Iusrr Mrs. Mary Dutton ,A I usir -4, A A, - 22 -'-t- A f A if l ge-gf ll, ' 3 .S .ie Ae--.--1-" . ,1- frzsfkm ,fir 4.-1'aa.4:s Frank T. Fitzgerald . . A I I' Warren Gentry Cwilfflllllll .fl rt Dr. Paul Harper c7111ir11m'11 ,I lusir Eugene C. Harris ,rl I usir Leonard Johanson Art Robert E. Lundeen ,Art A " f. AVG' fsg , -" 4 L T el, ' if . 'f U. 1-Vi' '41 .'1'J.f it , .kf,F' .. pi " 'J i ' .J ' , P2 4 7.9 . . 3 - . 'Y -'4-gvgl Eff" A 1 C ' " I -f A- ' f 'ig 1' . Nfl? 1 , . ...mf-.. r I . J ii HES :iii 'Y .- . MT 5 if? -W .V , VL .E 1 ,ig YI c tes T ...N " F . ,.., . C ' ' cr: ' 1 , ka., ,g --gr-a,:g4'.:i: ff 'F 49' 'r g A V , ... ff i, iv -'G The Fine Arts Department has much to offer the young artist as well as those who are more ad- vanced. The courses offered not only include those in which one's skill is displayed such as Basic De- sign, Drawings and Composition but also courses which give an in- sight to the history of art such as Western Art to the Renaissance. Other courses of interest offered in this area include sculpture, ceram- ics, water color, oil painting and crafts. x 'V-rv W l A g' . L-IE YQ7 1599? if ll. 555535 A Miss Charlotte Backus S Ronald Charvonia William J. Dotterer lmon R. Gammage Dr. Hal F. Holt HIl5flIt'5S CVIIIITIIIIIII w-fx t ' ' f 2 al' N' H NH! Mrs. Larue Hubbard Miss Owena A. King Donald A. Kurtz Miss Ethel A. Martin Charles L. Vawter Medical, dental secretarial courses added The Business Division offers some of the most popular curricu- lum to students at GCC. Courses are offered in almost all areas of the modern business world. Several new courses are being offered in the spring semester. Included is General Insurance, a survey of the various quantity and financial re- ports used by management. Planned for the fall semester of '68 are courses in data processing and dental and medical secretarial work. . All business courses at Glendale are taught using the laboratory method, giving students valuable experience in the areas of business of their choice. Three types of curriculum are offered in the business field. One type is for students who plan to continue their education at a four year institution. Another provides specialized terminal reading in such areas as secretarial and cler- ical skills, and a third provides courses for job advancement. sr 'Ft'. frmWEiEiQ?'z... .xl ,Q E Lf The fundamental purpose of the Social Science department is to provide the core requirements for transfer and to offer additional courses of interest for students. Next year two new courses will be offered in the history department. They will consist of History of Eng- land and History of the Ancient World. The English division is large and varied. Freshman English is the most populated course, and prob- ably the most beneficial to stu- dents. Taught by I7 instructors, students are taught to use their imagination as well as to be creative. Other courses offered are Advanced Composition, Linguis- tics, Mythology, and Modern Fiction. At the present time there are three foreign languages taught at GCC: German, French and Spanish. Students may also participate in the foreign language clubs which offer such things as meetings with native speakers and an opportunity to attend dinners. Specialized history courses are added Joe Ausere Spanish Dr. Ted Barkin Soriologg Conrad S. Bayley English Frank J. Bietto J-listorg Thomas P. Brazie English Maurice Campion , Spanish - Paul C. Chord English , Mrs. Betty J. Cole English . if , -- Frank T. Como English T - Thomas Cook I aff- 'iw' ,Evg- '!"' 7' l ' . U . ',Qi.eQi'xws T L .nm , ' e Geography Miss Fara Darland English 1 ' Henry Dixon A Poliliml Science i re wg . H I y, Gene Eastin F F ' F 5 67hainnan gf ' ' i 57oroign Iangnagcs F Yu' Charles Fasset Reading Moffat Gardner History i 4 L 3 rl: it 1,-" -'T-, V, f - ,W -ff X I L!! ,,, '-,, ..,: 1 stan' ,.. LE ,.,. Q I! l fi wr' l fs- Political figures enliven Current Issues ite- X. L 355 g-.2 Vance Hansen English Jack Hartley English Donald T. Higgins History Robert T. Hubbard Philosophy Dr. August Lorenzini glillfflllllll Spzech and Drama James Mancuso Speech Harry Matz Rzadiirg Dr. Andrew J. Mikus fyldffllldh Sofia! Srienccs Mrs. Irma Murphy tfnglislf Peter Overson Drama One of the more interesting courses offered by the Social Sci- ences department is the Current Issues class. With a different speaker each week, it features such men as Governor Jack Williams, speaking on "Youth's Responsibili- ties," and Attorney General Darrell F. Smith, speaking on "Capital Punishment". Expected to be the highlight of the spring semester is former senatorial and presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. , -- ---f -..L ..,,,,..,--...afme"' ' -' .az , 4- K: ' - .S 1 , iiaa , H wg. . . -J -fa" aw W W, M 335,51 ii ' ' es., ,,3x?V I 'ig Q- a Mrs. Kate Reiss . -, Y .-so S reha ggi X GKFIIIIIII 1 , H 'KW2' Y ' ' John Smart M at f' Hs xl 1'-is Q .M ,'."' ,,,. My., H k w Philip S. Smelser C7mir111a11 fl'0I1l7lIIfC5 5' - ' 1 l 4 , Ya...-f hx l ,AFA .fr , 'fl' J, I I l S .iiii A,.,, Philosoplzy L S I J Louis L. Smith , q "' A 6'l1airma11 "lf' ' Q 4 Mrs. Gwen Vowles jorlrlzalislfz Dr. John R. Waltrip J-lllftory Mrs. Jane Werneken lfmdilqq Robert H. Wilcox fuglish Language lab use is reviled, revised 'Cx 'M-vs? ge.-rf 5 -,mf . A 64 " 'LE WN' -+-I if 'N B l 19" me 'lr-:ff ,'S f ' THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE , Xt., -- ..,,1 1. 4 ff? 77's l , 1 .., 21 '14 " A w v :ir 4 1 - gt ' - 'lQl'll lif fa S 'Kr issy M"' ,pw -w as , ll -ws". '- ,- 5, H 1. B as cf A f .AXA-ga, ' B 1 ' Q .v- Qi 'N A - ' ,A .1 . i 7? 'f 1- f fy... ' , K A QA ll ' 5 I ju-Q ll 1 ll l .2 ' Q- V "W" - li' Mlyvg' .!'V Y " -E3-1 J " , - JH, . lfv E I ,. 'iw vi, A ,- 'gf' ' , L Y. -H 4 k"q"lw. HA I 'F 7: i'T!,a'e.. 4 8 N m ' M A 55 3 V' A 1' 5, - Elf: 1 '5 ', - W , V Y l 'A E I' MRL A , P v 5 Miw-.Il i i l 5. ' er. L F-'TT 4' J A -"tum-J rtllailg W M J js l are fl , it Ti lg. 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' ml Sally Woodcock Allan Woodring Leyton Woolf Clarence Wright Pamela Wright Sharon Wright Zerita Wright Sophie Wucinich Eileen Yackley David Yamamoto Francisco Yanez Richard Yanez Robert Yarnell Edna Yates Rosa Ybarra Bobby Joe Yeats Gwendoyln Yee Bruce Yost Mark Yost James Young Karen Young Linda Young Vicki Young Douglas Youngs Arthur Zeiner - - 4R55 , in gsm XL-iisflj is 6 Qs YET Qavfgl R42 w Y H lzfyl . X Y , I , ., Y 1 ' A, ,. Q MTC .1 " , . ,f " .,- - ,M - 1 , ,av -J' , ,g fi I I -4. -. J 1:32 ' " " . :NAICY " ' ",, - mulnf ..,. . N ,'.,.. ,-,MN . K ATHLETICS I '1 Wg' Undefeated harriers are National Champion Over 250 cross country run- ners representing 39 schools and I8 states convergd on Farm- ingdale, New York in November of I967 for the National Junior College Athletic Association championship cross country run. When the dust had cleared, GCC emerged as the best in the na- tion. As it had been all season, a superb team effort was required of the Gaucho runners for the victory. A single point separated the champions from the second place team, Brevard Junior Col- lege of North Carolina. But sec- ond place had been the spot the Gauchos and Coach Fuenning had to be content with in l966. For one year, the team had pointed toward the number one ranking. After a month of hot, hard practice, Long Beach California was where the championship trail began. Expecting a run for their lives, the speedsters from GCC cannonballed around the course, embarrassing the competition for a 50 point win. Six Gauchos were among the first I5 in the I2 school race. A string of 5 dual meet victories was then run off, indicating that the GCC gang was strong and deep with talent. The only blemish on the record was an upset win by Boglione of Mesa CC over Scott Giddings. Boglione thus became the first Arizona junior college runner to ever defeat Giddings. Prospects for the nationals were brigh Prospects for the nationals were brightened further as the Gauchos ran away with the Mount San Antonio Col- lege Invitational. At SAC, Giddings, Palmer and Hancock fought off the eye-burning smog for third, sixth and seventh places. Breathing was so diffi- cult Sweeney had to be admitted to the hospital. Although he did not repeat as the na- tional champion, Scott Giddings picked himself up off the ground, with a great second half effort, beat Mesa's Boglione. placed fourth, and led the team to its national championship. Giddings' story illustrates the kind of sacrifice and pun- ishment each team member was called upon to endure on the way to the cham- pionship. lt would have been easy to let down, but the team finished the season with two more dual wins and the conference championships. The runners could look back on 7 meet, 2 invitational, I confer- ence and I national championship vic- tories. 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' X -az '- XSL- A- tfifff- W ABOVE: Finishing in fifth place in national BELOW: After a bad fall at the start of the competition, Dave Palmer earns All- Nationals, Scott Giddings rallies for a American Team standing as a result. strong fourth place finish. h. ,M .NM-. J 1 ' f ' f-S."af::'f-.wwf w ,.-, - ff ' ' gf-11 1 , ,uf an w ,E l lf: w Sli , . . , ,-V First football squad scoreds 3-5-l- record Row If Coach P. Pisciotta, T. Nakazawa, B. Wiles, D. Lazarus, RL Lang, R. Mathis. G. Mirkel, V. Lessard, T. Simpson, G. Willi- ams, S. Maya, I. Conner. Coach K. Staheli. C. Ortega. Row 2: Coach C. Rollins, J Estep, G. Heffolin, M. Powers, M. Bethea B. Yeats, M. lmsland. M. Smith. V. Lindsey D. Bennett, D. Bennett, J. Bentley. S. Ross Coach D. Pilch. Row 3: R. Propeck, J Winningham, N. Scott, J. Romero, M. Bookout, D. Bauman, J. Baker, K. Kila- brew, L. Kopis, B. Glatch, F. Cranley. ABOVE. Defensive Team. B. Yeats, D. -'D Bennett, L. Kopis, J. Baker, M. Bethea, D. nett, T. Nakazawa, K. Kilabrew, D. Bauman. Row 2: I. Conner, J. Romero, V. Lazarus, M. Bethea, D. Bauman, Row 2. B. Lindsey, J. Estep, and R. Mathis. BELOW: Glatch, F. Cranley, M. lmsland, B. Wiles, Offensive Team. Row I. B. Yeats, D. Ben- V. Lindsey. C! .1 ui., i Bauman, Glatch, lsmland lead in team offense Solid, hard-nosed defensive work coupled with the outstanding pass catching of Dale Bauman, the hard running of Bill Glatch, and the passing of Marty lmsland headed up the efforts of the first football squad fielded at Glendale Com- munity College. Small and consistently out- weighed, the Gauchos scrapped throughout each contest. After a bad case of first game litters against Phoenix College, GCC was outclassed thereafter only by coast powerhouses Citrus College and San Diego Mesa. Bill Glatch led the team in the scoring parade with 6 touchdowns for 36 points. Dale Bauman and Frank Cranley backed up his efforts with I8 points each. Marty lmsland led in total offense due largely to his 985 yards gained through the air. Holding powerful Palomar Col- lege to a I3- I3 score, dropping a close I6- I2 contest to state cham- pion Arizona Western and upset- ting favored Arizona Eastern I3- I2 have to be ranked as the top team accomplishments of the season. ,-.fx E - ur L 3' ,R 125, A il I iii , - f"' f' ,A " " Q 3, K V, ,4,.w f- Q 1 I '- 'gif Q ,J ki Lf Y 7 . -" .3 i " L, I I .'. A. In ' ,i . " V . 5? .7 '-, -'g, , T' ,-i, 4ff1f' f , a f -1" "fx .. If 5 ' 3' , , 3,1105 4r. f a -AJ 11. Y. - ,'A , . 1 I -nuvtaiu .Jig-,JS YAY. QV- ' 'fwfr 5,1 'gif' ' 14' "J: Lv, 'I ' ix -M. :K U -,.l 1,5 1, F, lk il -- ,, I JY In 4222 p 4 gg , 'ulwf , ff-.' ,LJ 'X ' 1 L' '. R 3.650 limp,- ' X 1 ,, -N ' fr I, ffwafsv. -'Q-w+ 'Sv- 1 , , , . :ffl , f--rp.: " 'aff P I3-I2 upset win over EAJC Climaxes first grid season I967 Football Record Glendale Community College GCC Opponent I3 Phoenix College 55 27 Barstow College O I3 Palomar College I3 I3 Dixie College O I2 Arizona Western I6 I2 Mesa CC I7 6 San Diego Mesa 42 6 Citrus College 42 I3 Arizona Eastern I2 I QT: ' . '..-f L'- -+ , A I fx V ? b X I I -Q HW? 2 X sf ' , , - 4 ' .im " ,. I , I Tilwlkmw if , v 4 Q.-x 7 .--"' iv . " Vin .i I ,. ! . I rs, W-- f ,cr ,, .-fx., .Q-C ,.-0-N X .5-.Q-.7 0 X GCC 83 I967 68 Season Record Opponent Northern Arizona Compton College Arizona Western Reedley College Southwestern Grossmont College of the Desert Cal Poly Hutchinson Phoenix College Cochise College 79 ' 87 70 86 64 ' D3 87 62 77 64 78 86 D2 Victor Valley 63 98 79 92 9 I 75 ' I I7 68 ' 93 ' 79 GCC Opponent Arizona Western Mesa CC Cochise College Eastern Arizona Northern Arizona San Diego City San Diego City Grossmont Eastern Arizona Western Mesa CC Phoenix College AJCC Final Standings Phoenix College Mesa CC Arizona Western Glendale CC Cochise College Eastern Arizona nderson sets 3 new scoring records 84 75 82 9I 82 D2 78 76 9I DI 89 Sophomore forward Berdon Anderson set three new scoring records for the Gauchos during the I967-68 season. Anderson scored the most field goals in one season with l45, the most points in one season with 394, and the most points over a two-year career: 779. Along with Ron Steinberg, and Lynn Hamm, Anderson was named to honorable mention in the AJCC all star rankings. Highly improved backcourt per- former Phil Echeverria scored very well from his position and battled hard as play maker and spark plug earning himself a second team spot on the conference rankings. Total team offense picked up decidedly with a total of I969 points scored for the season. But while the Gauchos were scoring more and apparently enjoying it more, so was the opposition. A total of 2lO9 points were pour- ed through the basket at the oth- er end of the court, proving that the name of the game is still de- fense. Opposing teams broke the IOO point mark 5 times to the Gauchos once. '- 100 I 'QM' TW Phil Echeverria, Jack Snyder, Berdon An- derson, Marty lmsland, Mark Kemp, Lynn Hamm, Pete Babcock, Rod Steinberg, Tom Kelley, Dean Green, Stan Demory, Rod Tussing and Dick Cons 'I01 Greco-Roman Wrestling got an early season unveiling when the annual Arizona Greco-Roman Wrestling Tourna- ment was conducted on November II, l967 in the GCC gymnasium. Open to all amateur wrestlers, the tourney drew 96 entrants, short of the record IOO of the previous year. Greco-Roman wrestlers are somewhat restricted. No holds are allowed below the waist nor are any leg holds permitted. A fast- moving, exciting style of free wrestling is sometimes the result. x,L N I 1-gd - - ' Glendale College wrestlers had to be content with a fourth place team tinish in the event, placing tourney draws 96 entrants W' w 'I '- ' E. , . f u s . rw , H A -1 it 5? 275m at ,,,W.f -aux if Wy. . -sy "fer - " AJ I 7-?...., ,ii '94 behind state wrestling powers ASU, T Phoenix College, and the Phoenix , Wristlock Club. For Glendale, Gary Coley placed second in the l54 pound division while Kirby Bid- A dlecome scored a third place tinish in the heavyweight event. Team Results ll Arizona State 79 g Phoenix College 69 Wristlock Club 35 GCC I7 lii' Arizona Western I I Northern Arizona 7 Q 102 ' I .:.. sin ring' ' sf-'ee . val.. zfiiff' ', ' if .,, 'f ll. V 1 aw ,. U m Wie w Q.. fa' ' - -1- ., S ,QQ , 4 .4w '11. .,X,, ffm, f W- 1 ,Q,1f,f,, ssf 11 VX v Q n MW aj.. f .1 ifigjh. . -Mia .sk M X1 m'w+,4Qg2 H ? 'V ,Q Qwv -.f : 'bog , :EW . F, , U. V V , . -.1. , - -ig, . ,Q 1 "'..-eg ,mg bfi, i . . , . Wrestling Team: HOW I: Gary Coley, Flores, John Harrel, Ron Hinderliter, NOW Kullos, Bill Wiles, Clem Ortega, equipment Armando Morado. Gary Dickover, George 2: Kirby Biddlecome, Nick Scott. Jerry manager: and Vern Braasch, coach. Grapplers pin down a -6 season mark Scoring 5 wins in a total of Il dual matches, Gaucho grapplers showed marked improvement over last season's production. An ex- panded schedule, greater state A wide interest, and an improving caliber of local wrestlers have made coach Vern Braasch a hap- pier man these days. Season records of I8-2 for Gary iit Coney, I7-9 for Armando Moraao, I4-5 for Kirby Biddlecome and IO-5 for Ron Hinderliter made them the fearsome foursome for the Gauchos. Coley also led in the - . . power department as he muscled - 3. ,. l i his way to a total of lO pins. Bid- dlecome was right behind, flatten- ing his opponents a total of 9 1 times. Jerry Kullos pulled the surprise of the season by capturing the lone state championship in the I77 pound division. After compiling a comparatively unimpressive 6-IO season record, Kullos came on strong to decision Lee of Arizona Western for the title. IO4 yi!-'iff K-,,.,,-. :Zia 2 TOP: In action in the conference champi- onships, Jerry Kullos tries for a take down. MIDDLE: Bill Wiles is on the business end of some punishment being applied by Brown of Mesa Community in the con- ference meet. BELOW: GCC's Armando Morado prepares to put some pressure on his opponent. Kullos claims conference championship df X ag, Vi' 4 1 , ' it Y in -in I I I a I TOP LEFT: Jerry Kullos just after he has cinched the conference championship at Yuma. BOTTOM LEFT: A more rested and very happy champion. MIDDLE RIGHT: It takes two officials to keep up Kirby Biddlecomb's doings in the State Tournament. BOTTOM RIGHT: Arman- do Morado is ready to spring loose from his opponent. 106 GCC IO 38 26 29 I967-68 Season Opponent Phoenix College Imperial Valley Mesa Community Mesa Community Arizona Western Northern Arizona Imperial Valley Arizona Western Mesa Community Mesa Community Phoenix College Individual records won lost as Hinderliter ll 6 Harrel Flores 3 9 3 I3 Dickover I IO Morado Coley Oberson Wiles Kullos Scott Blddlecome ,M if .R....,.-fi.t.v.... ma.-.., .,f'-,-ess wv.,-.,,.,.-eaamufe -I I nf. v ea: - mi I ,mt I iw, W i 'rf-f' ,If mi fl '5,ja,l-1, I .R H , 62.552 win? , 'Iii I Row I: J. Communale, D. Shultz, J. Bar- ber, H. Stout, L. Sweeney, G. Wilkens, J. Gleeson, S. Peterson, I. Conner, W. Glatch, R. Richardson, J. Rice. Row 2. E. Gillespie, D. Palmer, S. Giddings, L. Black F. Korbel. J. Higuera, D. Hawken, E. Fer- nandez, J. Binder, D. Bayless, D. Furlow, M. Evans, Coach Fuenning. Row 3: M Record smashing season is Topped with 6th place in ational JC Championships gr.--,. sf , im-" I -.' 7312 " ' Ii. I . . . ,, ii.. M,-,..yg,, W X sag... X... .. I X, :mf t iw 9 Martin, M. Campbell, J. Capitano, J. Harris, B. Tearney, V. Lindsey, B. Bent- ley, D. Bennett, J. Fenton, B. Cook, G. Hancock. Setting school records in all but two events, the GCC track team completed a highly successful l968 season with a 6th place fin- ish in the national JC champion- ships. A season record of 5 wins and 2 losses in dual meets was capped by a victory in the Divisi- on I championship in the South- ern California Relays and a 3rd place finish in the Arizona Con- ference Championships. At the nationals, Dwight Ben- nett place 4th in the javelin, Dave Palmer 4th in the mile and 3rd in the 2 mile, Greg Hancock 4th in the 2 mile, Doug Hawken 4th in the IOO yard dash, John Barber 6th in the shot put and Leroy Black 4th in the 880 yard run to account for the 28 point total and the somewhat surpris- ing 6th place finish. Jack Binder, Dick Furlow, Joe Capitano and Dennis Bayless combined efforts to produce the nationally top ranked 480 shut- tle hurdle relay team with a 56.6 clocking. The 2 mile relay team of Black, Gillespie, Palmer and Stout was ranked nationally num- ber IO with a 753.3 after captur- ing the Southern California and Arizona Relays Championships. V' QQ IE 1'3"-'flu ll ll 5 u u 'M' 'E' xi 1.31570 G rs: if GCC 66 45 I2O 89 I968 Season Record Opponents Northern Arizona 60 Mesa CC II7 EAJC 5 Western New Mexico 53 Mesa CC 99 Cypress JC 25 Orange Coast JC 46 GCC Opponents Phoenix College 77 Palomar JC 60 57-If2 phoenix College 6l-IX2, NAU 62 48 Division IS. 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Skip Peterson I5 ' 440 yd Mike Higgins 49.8 Cr1jule,7u1a,a Ira Conner 4326" 880 all Leroy Black 155.6 ,Yamila Dwight Bennett 202 7" ,Milf Dave Palmer 4J5.6 Cum ,Mile Relay Gillespie, Black 2 Mile Dave Palmer 9.19 Stout, Palmer 753.3 120 J-U1 Rich Furlow 145 Distaaccmcdlzy Higgins, Black, 440 .UI .lack Binder 53.9 Giddings, Palmer 10t21.1 440 kclay Hawken, Wilkins, 42.2 Sprlatyllzdlzy Fernandez, Wilkins 3333 Fernandez, Higgins Hawken, Higuera ,Mile Relay Higgins, Black 3s22.2 480.Sl1allle J-lurdlc Binder, Bayless 56.6 Fernandez, Canady Capitano, Furlow as f.,..:. 51 Q 1 A " - if ' sit"-f . .i .s-lv Em 'Q' x . 'nie Conference champions. KOH' I: D. Thor- Iey, J. Montoya, B. Schatzer, J. Kosiba. O. McCowan, J. Griffin, L. Thoen, A'0ll'2. "g"4ef Ji. ' A ' . i , will - 1 -i . an-. .. -- 1 A - W. 1 1, , Q . 5. K, . A A- . 5 J' ' -' f- 'J ' . lQf.invLffsn---M - -fb--' Y . , .Y ll - K , ai- Q Manager Shaver, M. Cornish, J. Williams, Green, L. Green, G. Parrish, D. Bauman, M. Boyce, J. McGuire, V. Pina, R. Me- D. Dombey, L. Cole. drano, P. Thompson, IJOII' 3. J. Ryden, G. Stickmen win in playoffs To take JC conference flag It took a brace of victories over Phoenix College in a playoff series for the GCC Gauchos to settle a first place deadlock in the hottest conference battle in Arizona JC baseball history. In the final two weeks of the season, Phoenix Col- lege, Arizona Western and the champion Gauchos all had a shot at the flag. Finishing the season with an amazing 9 game win streak, Coach Herb Boetto's bat- tlers had streaked to a I5-5 record, only to find themselves tied with the PC Bears. The Gauchos had dropped a pair to the Bears in their last meeting, but the team had really ielled in the meantime, winning all the big ones. Jim Montoya and Mike Boyce picked up the playoff wins with the relief help of Jack Snyder each time. The win string was extended to I3 straight as Dixie College of Utah fell before the GCC blitz and the arms of Snyder and Montoya. Next stop was Grand Junction, Colorado and the opponents Treas- ure Valley, Oregon JC. The goal was Far Western honors and the right to enter the national cham- pionships at Grand Junction. Playing baseball at an amazing .750 pace, the Gauchos rung up 30 victories in 40 games played to reach the district finals. Well bal- anced offensive and defensive play backed up the stout pitching pro- vided by Boyce QIO-2D, Snyder C8-25, and Montoya C6-55. AF' , 2 Q42 mMg'l."'ll w' lQ3?igg!g,,,QgH.'gg!i"'H H ,N M w 'WU umm WJWuHw,igg??iQ?:u: uimg gl 0. a wf.'.:E.-1 -AW -.wa GCC ends Arizona season with I3 straight ,-1 - f-.9-. ' Q., 'F' 1 -f ., gf, -.-. EB- .i?' -. sau asf". 'J' -is ' -' , GCQ Opponent 9 San Diego Marines 4 8 Eastern Arizona I 4 Eastern Arizona 2 4 Mesa CC 3 I4 Mesa CC 4 3 Santa Ana 5 6 Pierce O ll Valley 5 2 Mesa California II 8 Santa Monica 7 3 Phoenix 4 7 Phoenix 8 6 U of A Frosh 5 IO ASU Frosh 4 5 Pal Verde I 7 Cochise 6 8 Cochise 5 3 Western 2 3 Western O 6 Eastern O 4 Eastern I league playoffs 6 Phoenix 5 I2 Phoenix 8 regional playoffs 8 Dixie College O 5 Dixie College 2 W L Overall Glendale College I5 Phoenix College Arizona Western Mesa Community IO Cochise College 7 Eastern Arizona I 5 IO I3 I9 l968 Conference Standings 26 IO I5 5 2I IO I2 8 2I I3 I968 Season Record GCC IO 2 6 2 3 7 I 5 7 3 6 I 4 6 9 Opponent Mira Costa Western Chaffey ASU Frosh ASU Frosh Mesa CC Mesa CC Phoenix Phoenix Cochise Cochise Western Western Mesa, Colo. Cornell, Iowa O 3 5 3 5 4 6 I 8 O 2 2 I O 5 si ,A - D ...,- 2 43,4 L-, L.4.h511naI. .......ud'L. .Lnz' ' '14 - ,.. 'if 1 I Qtek , -f, ,yu I. - -,ig 2' 'Q '-Y . 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' '1':'1:s, " T 11,5551 xr, ,, Q1 'Lx-ru 1 ' " ' 1 '1 ggi- ,, f X - - N ' - ' ' - f ' M". . 5 ' X Q .v 'W - ' ' "j. 'H' v- AN , ' Y 1 'S'- -g '- . f-F . , - , H E lg , A 7' W W ' U - .M ' 1' . f' V W. ' 751,-f.-,M uf f' 7 ' '- " " ' 1 . f .ew-f VH ' ' '.: j-- :gki-635: 'A ' L '-Q A- V I H , Y A , PN L'-gn ,, V . ul- 11:1 1 .msg M xr " ' N K N J- 'M W f ,. , . Razz ,wma ,-N .. W ,ls-wi as Gauchos grab national JC championships After an entire season of taking each game as it came, the Gau- chos found themselves in game number 49 with a chance to win number 37. lt also meant a chance to win the national junior college championship. It had been that kind of year. Playoff wins over Phoenix College, Dixie College of Utah and Treasure Valley Oregon finally gave the Gauchos the chance to go for the big one. With their backs to the wall after dropping the first game of the tournament to Manatee JC of Bradenton, Florida, I5-6, the cardiac crew then charged right back as they had done all season. Bacone, Oklahoma fell IO-2, Mesa, Colorado 8-2, Manatee 4-2, and Blinn, Texas 4-I. The cham- pionship game pitted the Gauchos against the favored Manatee team once again. Mike Boyce hurled a 9-4 win to nail down the national title and his l2th win of the cam- paign. For such a rugged schedule and pressure packed series, the Gau- chos needed depth in the pitch- ing corps. Boyce, Jack Snyder, Lee Cole and Jim Montoya pro- vided the stout arms. Each pitcher was called on several times to "win the big one." Named as most valuable player in the tournament was center fielder Odis McCowan. Odis went ll for 24 including 2 home runs for a .460 batting average and ll runs batted in. Boyce, Snyder, .lim Williams and Doug Thorley were named to the all tournament team. Jim Williams finished the year with an outstanding .36l average and 33 runs batted in. Williams slapped out a total of 69 hits for a total of 94 bases. Jim was honored with selection to the All American team at third base. McCowan's .329, Thorley's .325, McGuire's .320, Thompson's .3l8, and Thoen's .309 were all out- standing batting records for the national champs. OPPOSITE PAGE: Odis McCowan re- ceiving the most valuable player trophy at Grand Junction. TOP LEFT: Mike Boyce coming in with the high hard one. MIDDLE LEFT: A familiar scene in the Gaucho dugout all season-Boyce being congratulated for a clutch performance. BOTTOM LEFT: Jim Williams and All- American selection steps forward to ac- cept the championship trophy at the end of the last game. TOP RIGHT: AllTourn- ament selections McCowan Thorley Williams Snyder and Boyce share Coach Boetto's admiration for the most valuable player trophy won by McCowan. BOT- TOM RIGHT: Coach Boeto and a hard hittion trio of Paul Thompson Jim Will- iams and Odis McCowan. F-2 -up '? T ,,l I ae 1 " " f' , 4 , 5 , Q f1s:if::E'1i:,-,,- ra:,df4T7l2f2i :5 g -1gfi,ifr,f-'31, 1' . y"'.2i:,a-ra?-7i1?:i:r" ..1.,.. A ,Irv-113, I - . :H 47 Y-,l f --1,- -,L .5 .-A :j.f'-zu, : ' 'Zi T1 ' ' -A ' v Jn -1 ' 'F191 ' sf-f w ' -'- ff - - I -ink: Mig ffm: -,W . T .i , .N A M.. mi, eww, it R ,,N,,fM,., ,WY ,-H, me iw ns , I . Y-,rv .-,'- 5- of l'l'1"'ffllf?ff I '-.f --f,,'f:,, ii , 3 TOP LEFT: Number four man Dan Spit- ler. TOP RIGHT: Number one singles player, Nick Fair. BOTTOM LEFT: Doubles team of Fair and Dan Olson in action versus Grand Canyon College. Netmen finish second in state tournament F Y 4. N. G V ' V1 4 o 4 Q , 3 . 2 , 5 e , , .Qi - - f .......f - A -T 1 4' - 4' el -2 QE N- 1 1 Q- -n , I , ,, i W es T, M , "T 1 , X ig-ri "' 6..1f flu da 34' JSF" .2 Q .:.., k":' , ff-' , 5 li, i. Varsity Tennis: Pete Knittel, Dan Spitler, Walker, number 6 singles, Nick Fair, Strole, number 2 singles, Coach Harry number 4 singlest Jon Scofield, number 5 number I singles, Steve Espinosa. Mike Matz. singles: Dan Olson, number 3 singles: Bob 'T I l i 'r 3 l-Egg... , 1 - 1 T 1 1 s . V , -fl 3. an A ' is 11 li Gyn M' - S ,L I-gig, X 1. 5 gs j-Y.jg...jg.fl-P-P?fi.'ai.'-,E'-jf ' ' ' j '1 .. ,fgaiitf ing, V 6951, . L ,, i it ,, C., ,,,,, ,, ,,-.1,, ef at- fi . Y-WNV! .....e. 'ily X, - ,, 1 ga was , li - 'ii it ' if u zsiiii??ea2S",, i Q i , . i ,, i it iii Wwet, if'-'-1 it ik seasfrw 1 sig! 1 1 ' ' fs 14 is , ' i ilu ii 'l "',tQQQii"' - . M- 2 , x , . Y, 4 Y . ,:.5gu?,s'-257.--T "4" , ,H A., .,. ...lt -,,.-t.-...,.c.,:smm. . ,,,. Victories over Phoenix College, Eastern Arizona and Grand Can- yon College accounted for 7 wins as against 9 losses for the I968 tennis team record. Closest match of the season was a 4-5 loss to Cochise. Earlier in Douglas, the Gauchos had been literally blown off the court by a I-8 score. A steady gale hampered the GCC squad. The close score in the Cochise match signaled that Coach Matz's crew was ready to make its move. The state JC tourney was the ideal moment. The Gauchos posted a team total of I3 points for a second place finish to top Cochise's ll. Jon Scofield and Bob Walker accounted for 7 of the team points in their inspired play. They com- bined to take the number 3 doubles championship by defeating teams from EAJC and Mesa CC. Golfers take second conference title l ABOVE: A J C C Conference Champions for l968: Mike Motte, Mike Zacharich, Bob Divine, Dave Engleking, Bob Phillips, Chuck Hobbs, and Coach Ken Weiss. The six man team returned the trophy to GCC after the Gauchos had taken it last season in the first conference championship match. Motte, Divine, Engleking, and Phillips were also on the i967 championship team. BELOW: En- gleking, Motte, and Larry Feil practice sand blasting on the Wigwam course in Litchfield Park. 'fir' W 'ay ' J I ' , , gr F, TOP LEFT: Mike Zachrich, TOP MIDDLE: Tom Lewis, TOP RIGHT: Bob Phillips who scored as medalist for l967 and l968 in the AJCC Championships. Phil- lips was a consistent low-score golfer, with one of the best aver- ages on the team. BELOW LEFT: Larry Feil and Mike Zachrich on the course in Las Vegas, BELOW MIDDLE, Larry Feil and BELOW RIGHT Coach Ken Weiss. The l968 golfers equalled the l967 record of I6 vic- tories in match play. 119 GCC women sweep conference championship After compiling a I2 win and one loss seasonal record, Coach Dorothy Clayton's women's ten- nis team went on to score a very impressive sweep of matches in the state junior college champion- ships. Glendale's total of 36 points doubled the output of the closest competition, Mesa Community College. When the smoke had cleared, it was all Glendale. Mary Ellen Sallas defeated her team- mate, Yolie Noriega for the singles championship. Number one rank- ing singles player Sandy Stair was an upset victim in the first round play but recouped with the consol- ation singles title. BonnieHKensmoe and Karen Nel- son were crowned state doubles champs by virtue of their win over teammates Sandy Stair and Cas- sie Hayes. The consolation doub- les trophy also went to GCC when Darlene Nordby and Jan Playans defeated the Mesa entrant. In all, the women carried home ll of the I6 trophies awarded in the tournament, leaving little doubt about their ability to dom- inate junior college tennis in Arizona. The only blemish on a perfect seasonal record was a loss to ASU. Later in the season, this was a- venged with a 5-4 victory. The only other close match all sea- son was a 4-3 triumph over Fuller- ton JC of California. ABOVE: front: Sandy Stair, Darlene Nord- by, Yolie Noriega, Mary Ellen Salas back: Jan Playans, Karen Nelson, Bonnie Kens- moe, Cassie Hayes and Coach Clayton. Sandy Stair named Most outstanding Women's athlete , V ' - . 4, gif V ull, L ix , l"x Y - V I . in T 'lirml---lg l , I "'A.. A t.,,.t tttt I -A taa f f?-' I' -": Q " ttntn ' 'sf '---. ' , C' " I t . Xu 4 :LL li,-M X Y in - ii I' U: PM . 115 are . Hi V as-1. iw f1s32xs1-ii'- v ,it ' is NWI- I li "' llfgm cf I zz ut, ii ii, , .. - . I -. iawsztis, , Z---Y: L ,,W5gb M TOP LEFT: In action against Grand Can- yon College, Sandy Stair returns a hard serve. TOP RIGHT: Yolie Noriega, rank- ing number 4 singles and Sandy Stair, ranking number I singles often teamed to make up the number I doubles team. BOTTOM RIGHT: Returning letter win- ners Darlene Nordby, Sandy Stair and Yolie Noriega gave Coach Dorothy Clayton a solid nucleus for the i968 team. I968 Season Record Mesa Community Cochise College Grand Canyon ASU 5 I 2 Eastern Arizona I Grand Canyon Fullerton JC Orange Coast Mt. Sac ASU Mesa Community 9 Phoenix College GCC Opponent 7 ' 2 8 ' I 7 2 9 Cochise College O 2 7 ' X ' 2- fl' 7 2 4 3 6 I 7 O 5 4 9 O O Women form volleyball team Row I: Bonnie Grant, Iris Peters, Rosie Galindo, Yolanda Noriega, Mary Day, Terry Hamilton, Romona Garcia. Row 2: Esther Bravo, Darlene Nordby, Kathy Barnard, Carol Cornelius, Karen Cole, Under the direction of Miss Knopp, a girls' intramural volleyball team was formed. They formed separate teams and played against each other, and also play- ed against rival colleges. Among the schools they challenged were Phoenix College, Arizona State University, Mesa Community College, and Northern Ari- zona University. Other intramural teams were formed, such as badminton, tennis, softball, and archery. All women students are invited to be- come active in the intramural program. Plans are already being made to expand next year's teams and to include more sports. Officers, Row I: Yolanda Noreiga CVice Presidentl, Kathy Barnard CPublicityD. Row 2: Linda Bentley CSecretaryD, Miss Knopp CSponsorD, Linda Coker CPresi- dentj. 122 M' Maria Rubio, Virginia Aldama, Linda Ver- la, Lydia Chavez. Row 3: Corriane Cook. Sue Parker, Linda Coker, Carol Jones, Linda Bentley, Sherry Johnson, Linda - - - . . . . . Y' 1-V Y - -L .-+ . . . , N . . . f-4 P . -' -'- - --7 rf" u ' f AT. H-. V 11 'fl' A 1 . 'Kr Y fl 1 X Brandon, Mary Ellen Salas, Chris Van Graam, Frances Mowers, Sandy Stair, Cassie Hayes, Esmer Ramirez, Yolie Her- nandez. - .W -'J-f 7 ,f , A, 1, I. .V f f 1 I ' f , .' w . -,.k- - Q--jr "Q 1 f f I 1 I. f ' ' - ,,- 4- -.-.-f 7""'7' I 1 . ' -4? ,YW +-k A v fi l . I I +A. Women's sports are more varied, popular 'lg 1 .Q X, , XXX .. 'J 'W - W izmmig Y wg?-ef ' 3 w lx i ' 1+ ,E Q 0 va... W . x f, an A- " 251 4 ' Y' I ,1 2 1 '1 .,X. 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Freshman Lorenzo Morales breezed home as the winner, stopping long enough to pick up his prize which was given the place of honor at the family table the next day. Weasles take flag football championship Flag football champs: ROW I. J. Osborne, J. Wood, D. Shaver, D. Miller, P. Echeverria. ls'C7lL'2. B. Anderson, D. Green. S. Wallock, J. Snyder, C. Fenton. S. Turner. West cops baseball title Cv W 'ali Q ' . ., ,um l ix F ! P g x, "V lll' ' ,TW llggdelm . wa reg, , . l ilu-:W .. lr- 'Fu-,il ' B, - Q - if X--,,nv'4A, Agfxv- .U -. A' V ll fY ' W -' -,l""":Eti"!'l"'S.'fi"u-nv-1 N' - If--L uw-1 -'g "' - X 'Q A 'll' If I. ,ti Ll, ,' lu,-:tx -K -N - Q-e --M-My 5 .,,, gf, XM Q dy ' -.Q...,,g l K " 7 'C' 'H . . H S ' f' 'lll ' L -.1 .ss , - K I E A 19.1 ..- Y 'i -, . V -I 1 Nearly 200 players on a total of I4 teams competed in the 2 divi- sion intramural football program. A tournament playoff produced a championship game between the first and second place finishers in the National League. To get there, the Weasles C4-l in league playj defeated the AK's C5-05 by a score of I9-l3. The opposition, the Ra- parees Q5-05 triumphed over the Lovers C4- lj rather easily 24-7. All intramural team sports are officiated by professional activities class members. Supervisors of the intramural program are physical education and recreation majors gaining valuable experience. -33 - 4 L" Y: " lf '- :: 25 Qi" wr V' ,,,g.': .3 n JN K U WI ue, After playing to a 2-2 tie, the West squad finally defeated the South, 7-l to take the intramural baseball championship. A schedule of 8 games for each of the 4 com- peting teams made up the season. 0ver 90 players competed in the sport which was added to the in- tramural sports program. Captains Jim Williams and Jim Montoya led the West team. The squad was completed by John Johnson, Mike Gross, Rubin AI- cocer, Lee Cole, Steve McCoy, Reyes Medrano, Jack Snyder, Jim Emerson, Joe May, Joe Olibarria, Don Shaver, Joe Kosiba, Juan An- zar, Ruben Camacho, Bernalt Gutierrei, Otis McCowan, Victor Pina and Ray Chavez. Undefeated BBMF's take intramural crown K 1- ' iff 1 ""'1-v-""""T' ir, N M. ++?i I g BBMF's, intramural champs: front: T. Scott,D.Compt0I1.M7lmSlBl1d Richards, K. Williams, B. Wilson back: N. 126 A tight league race finished in an unblemished 7-O record for the winning BBMF team in intra- mural basketball play. The sec- ond place Barons put up quite a fight, losing only to the champs in compiling a 6-I mark for the season. Placing third were the Bombers with a 5-2 record. Jeff- erson Train rounded out the first division with a 4-3 final mark. The eight team league showed good balance and an evenness of competition. Playoff games saw BBMF ad- vance to the finals with a win over Jefferson Train and the Bombers defeat the Barons for the right to challenge the league champs. BBMF emerged with a 27-I9 win to lock up the playoffs also. Hamm tops a field Of2l in foul toss Lyn Hamm battled his way to the free throw championship in intramural play by edging Mark Kemp in the finals of the head to head tourney. Hamm scored on 46 of 50 throws to become the winner. Softba Heavy participation in men's and women's softball, a heated handball tournament and the addition of weight lifting com- petition rounded out the spring sports schedule in intramural competition. AK's dropped the Weasles 6-3 to take the softball playoffs title after having beaten the Giants I2-5 in the semi finals. The Lobos had been whitewashed 6-O by the Weasles in the other semi final game. Gary Dickover and Paul Nun- nelley defeated Earl Pulliam and Pat Stults for the doubles hand- ball championship in hard fought matches, 2l-l9, I8-2I, and ll-I7. Dickover took the singles crown by winning over Mike Eddings, 2I-I5,2I-I7. Much grunting and groaning went on before champions were named in 7 divisions in weight- lifting competition. E ,, " I 'mfg wi Q S , is :I Y AEI I ,IEW mu Q' ii AK s Giants Weasles Lobos Satans Train Bom bers I II Softball League Standings W L ' 8 4 ' 7 5 7 5 6 6 5 7 3 9 ll heads spring mural program Class Hvwt. 4 .. as. 1. W ,N Wg.. . 0... .lim Bush Al Martinello Marty Mortian Mark Frye James Henley James Bentley Dwight Bennett ., A 895lbs 79OIbs 805lbs 800lbs 955lbs 9l5lbs IOOOlbs Weightlifting Champions Lift I23 I32 I48 I65 ISI l98 .. LQ .-wt vm, ,Q fn. mai. 'ff' mi' if -03' 000000 .lil I LN Ay Organizations a Q A First semester A.S. officers Associated Students' organiza- tion is offered to students who are interested in learning more about campus government and how it operates. Four elective officers are chosen in the general elections held at appointed times through the year. Fifteen positions for commissionerships are also available. Throughout the year, A.S. spon- sor a number of Friday evening dances, with sounds coming from the big bands around the Valley. The '67-68 Associated Students set the pace for future Homecom- ing festivities. With the distinction as GCC campus Homecoming originators, the details and plan- ning they worked out will help guide future students and set trad- itional patterns. In reaction to student requests, A.S. reinstalled a juke box in the Grill Room to aid the student in relaxing. Eventually, A.S. hopes to expand the present program of student activities and services. .3 'KL Jane Calhoun, secretary, Linda Leonard, treasurer, John Spencer, vice president, Ron Brambila. President. Second semester AS office posi- tions were filled by Jim Calvin, president, Glenn Wishart, vice- president Cnot picturedjg Barbara Drown, secretary, and Loren Dynneson, treasurer. The major event sponsored by the second semester student gov- ernment was the GCC Leadership Conference. Held on February 24, it succeeded in acquainting stu- dents with proper campus gov- ernment procedures. Skits were conducted to demonstrate hy- pothetical problems on the cam- pus, such as racial problems, lack of spirit and interest. Continuing education student First semester officers from left to right: Dane Hays President Ron Butler Vice Kathy Henderson Sponsor Mrs Dutton Faculty sponsors Mr. Gentry, Treasurer, President Joe Grassia Front Secretary Associated Students For Con- tinuing Education is the student government representing the Evening Division program. lt is set up with weekly meetings when the officers get together to plan the forthcoming activi- ties. Their aim is to arouse inter- est in the students and the com- munity. g Among their biggest events were the sponsoring of a Ist and 2nd semester Family Night. The Continuing Education students and their families enjoyed good buffet dinners and amusing en- tertainment. Curt the Clown pro- vided the fun at the first semester Family Night, and the Wind Jam- mers, a local singing group, per- formed for second semesters en- joyment. Throughout the year the Con- tinuing Education provided the college with a program of culture and sophistication. 132 government program The Artists Series brought to GCC lectures by such noted per- sonalities as Robert Short and David Schoenbrun. Cartoonist Bill Mauldin displayed his draw- ing skills, and world-traveler Les- lie Frost gave an intimate re- collection of her poet-father Robert Frost. Concerts by the Phoenix Symphony Grchestra and the Francesco Trio rounded out the musical taste for the aud- ience. Soprano singer Dorothy Beeson, and John Akin also pro- vided entertainment. The Continuing Education pro- gram provided the college with a variety of activities and plans to follow up with the same next year. Below: Sponsor Mrs. Dutton and Even- ing Division's Dean Capper chat with cartoonist Bill Mauldin and Kathy Henderson. I :fm 1 --ll im-5 'tl "222i!" -M ce: ' 'Jim me W ,W . list , - Nt EEEEE 't A. S. S. ASS officers represent the soph- omore class in any event the class sponsors. There are four elected officers and the commissioners are appointed. Some of their activities during the year included the annual Snow Bowl Trip on January 6. They pro- vided the bus and the students provided the fun. Next on their schedule of activities was the Tal- ent Show, which they publicized as another 'Hollywood Palace.' Due to circumstances the spring Semi- Formal was cancelled, but they compensated by purchasing SOO hockey tickets for the students, and provided the viewing of a ma- jor motion picture. ASS also con- tributed for the entertainment at Gaucho Day. I l.. .. ' 15 'ly ,A ' ...T -.i57T.., , lg . i. 1 I 251 jams-Q 4. f qw , -33: I H , ii 1 E, 'if - Z A wail? .jig Tom Coker, President, Cindy 5: -- V ei. --fi A ,, S 1 25. U ,- 'sw 15 ' V s i ' QL Pg, , in 4 1 W,,! 4 M W j-saga?" N1 ' sftz ' Gr i Geary, Treasurer, Linda Strauss. Secretary ll- "' N22 i. i. ' i iv: i. it i. i. ga. i, .i i. - V Q. g.,..-,wg 1' W-Q1 fhlizfslffifz iii zss...m.... ,, ,, V, i R , H ' , .. r-,X . 4 X ii' ..,.' V f S my 'fa , ' Q Tom Coker, President: Danny Spitler. L v L- 1 m a - 1 -33 X ' ' .ww 3:3 - " , 1 ljjf ' 12 Vice-President: Mary Frost, Treasurer, f , J AJ y Linda Leonard, Secretary. -My iittt gg S is 5 a .lohn Vice - y 'Q' xy l ' 13 E x If ei':,,15, ,gi ,S X .A 1' K- QMDLLL' 9:13 , I A wg: , 'ay'-ez'-.. 'NIS l CT fu .JM i , 1-l -I ' ' o , Q P. AS First year student government officers got off to an eager start in September with enthusiasm and ambition. John Donna captured the rank of President both semesters and presided over the class activities. Among their planned events were several groovy Friday night dances, the Frosh Hootenanny, staged in the Student Union, and they scheduled the annual Frosh Luau for May I7. Donna, Presidents Glen Wishart. urerg and Billie Sharpe, Secretary. Presidents Debbie Goodwin. Treas- -H G' "Url . 's Q 'xi 'is -J H F75 Y' ,ii,.,,t:f. ,,,ii,, 5, . an J' 'iizg' , 2,1 "..a.3 '1- 11, V ' 5.3 . -. - ' 'me"51 ' -w ,b 432 , . , . .f- 5 .r- 'E-S. 2, . V i-My ,vit ,-, .ta -,fi i . 2' ". '- fi A - Lug. I . ' f"..f' ' 4 4'--' -11.- 73-- ',,.:-4265, ' I 54Nw f ff, .-.3 ,ZMLN-" ,gi ak i, -n 1' S .f ' 2-, ,f-:. 3,h":.r" f. .. ...qi 'Ks 239 ,LCD ig' t, S, - J ,I like p. l Neff t "4 Il lllg fl E E' 3 'lg ll Q! 'L 5 ui fig: hw ., Left: Chris Leese, Vice President: John Donna, President, Judy Easterly. Treas- urers Billie Sharpe, Secretary. F WS sponsors AWS is an organization open to all women students. It is specifi- cally designed to promote a spirit of individual and community re- sponsibility. Helping and learning from each other are also important goals. The Associated Women Students proved to be one of the busiest organizations on campus. Among the activities they sponsored were the traditional Big-Little Sister par- ties. This gave the women time to make and renew friendships. Also the AWS sponsored the Officer- Faculty Luncheon, several noon stomps, and they put on some of the best Friday night dances of the year. ln February, the officers traveled to Flagstaff to attend the AWS Duo-State Convention. December I6 marked the high- light of AWS events when the win- ter formal got under way at the Executive Inn. After months of de- tailed planning, the evening was a breeze under the theme of "Ever- green Enchantment." winter formal r iff' 1 F Left to right: Bonnie Grant, Sherry Lichte, Jacque Sniffen, Cherie Ravenhorst, Pam Wobleski. Berry Trunzo, Rita Ruminski. Norma Pollock. L 1" . . tx G-V ' N 'Zz W e' C .ijw v 'V l .X , 1 -.5 .. 'flags W' Rita Ruminski. vice-presidents Betty Trunzo, president: Sherry Lichte. secre- tary, Jacque Sniffen, treasurer. 136 , ll , v l 'x 0 p-' ' l H fi A HOU' I. Linda Sanders, Jacque Sniffem HOU' 2, Sherry Howell, Kathy Thaden. Sherry Lichte, Berry Trunzo, Rita Rumin- Shirley Kissee, Pat White, Cherie ski, and Norma Pollock. Raven horst. wi - - 'l 4. , -.ai First semester officers: Greg Pierce, Jack Forney, Abe Feder, Steve Nunn, and Jim O'ConnelI, Bob Bergquist, Jim Calvin, Mr. Harris. 'imp Abe Feder, Forney. Advisor, Jim Harris, President. Treasurer, Jim Calvin, Secretary, Mr. Second semester officers: BE QQ: QE AMS AMS is an organization open to all men on campus. It aims to promote academic accomplish- ment and scholarship. Varied so- cial activities are sponsored by AMS, such as the Rodeo Week ac- tivities, dances, and the graduation party. Under the advisory of Mr. Forney, the four elected officers, and commissioners work together for better understanding. i gf,-'Y First semester officers: Bob Bergquist Treasurer: Stephen Merrick, Secretary Nick Scott, Vice President, Steve Nunn President. 1 37 Honor Board 0, ,s 9959 'Q 99,52 9,1 ,v,o e,o 130117 7. Sue Kammer, Linda Leonard, Di- Heys, Pam Avery. ICOWQ: Danny Spitler, .lack Latter, Eddie Murphy. ane Lind, Caroline Dotterer, Francie Tom Coker, John Spencer, Nick Fair, The Honor Board is an organi- zation composed of six men and six women students selected by the faculty and voted on by the student body. The board is designed to serve as the official host of Glendale Community College and to pro- mote academic excellence. Honor Board members host the book re- view series, artists series, and school plays. Another prime function of the Honor Board is to sponsor the an- nual Dean's List Banquet held first and second semester. At right are scenes from the banquet held sec- ond semester. 138 ...J .l Phi Theta Kappa f'.',.',, - li 1'. ' .l' ' '.'Uf:gf3 Qin ' 'fi - . 1 r yi ,. I We 2 lm -,', vlfltapfaiwgi, . , . ,.-1.a4.'4'.,-.. . ,, -A yi W 4..1,,7i 3354, , v,2f,.1'.-..- :I-" -'-'T-Il' . . '.f""'P'.1v.' 1133-".-t ' . -1 ,-i-1 3 - . .A .gif ,J , gg i., : -I. . f ,, ' gy , ' . M , us V , I 'u . 2. V , -',' . 3 - I ff Yiinlds E ' M u' . F L ll . A. 1 I . s : v X , . X . U ix N , I l t 'N . ,tn .- '-A A, , n u 1-,. sf N --y E' 5,4 ful D D--,. 5 1 X Q-5' 5, M, .IEE11 : '.i'.. - .HF , . ,., - 1 ' vvkszl I . V Q . v l , '. '-Af' x 'A '- .Wi 'Q'.,,',?.' F,-.,lf,,QH. t U k .-..fiy,Af.,, u,u,33,',,,!g,mg,g ' k v E, 5 1 'A , Q Phi Theta Kappa is the National Junior College Scholastic Honorary Society. lt pursues devotion to study and the scholarly ideals among its members. It is also hoped that the example set by members of Phi Theta Kappa will inspire a desire for scholasticism among the general student body. In addition to its regular fall and spring inductions, Phi Theta Kappa is planning to work with the high school honorary societies to spon- sor various activities to promote their ideals and benefit the student body. TOP: NOW I: Susan Bryant, Diane Bar- more, Carol Cornelius, Chris Haney, Me- lanie Miller, Vicki Coulter. NOWQ: Rose- mary Morgan, Francie Heyes, Gordon Waltman, Thomas Coker, Cheryl Kish, Kathy Henderson. MIDDLE: KOH' I: Carol Van Meter, Cheryl Lichte, Mary Frost, Geraldine Appleby, Cheryl Ransom, Marie Brown, KOIVQ: John Hoover, Cheryl Swolka. Arnold Moore, Georgiana French, Eddie Murphy, Margaret Mizer. BOTTOM: HOW I: Diane Lind, Bonnie Parker, Cyd Barrow, Linda Bentley, Helen Reichle, Susan Kammer. NOWQ: Gerald Court, Ron Brambila, Jack Latter, Nick Fair, Danny Spitler. AWARE Row I: Dorothy Wade, Billie Kaser, King, Ann Henningsen, Wanda Horst- King, Elaine Hill, and Helen Reichle. Madaline Barrett, Marion Smith. Faye man, and Margaret Mizer. Row 2: Owena Association for Women's Ac- tive Return to Education is open to all women students over the age of 25. The purpose of this or- ganization is to encourage and assist adult women returning to their education. It also helps women develop their individual abilities, and it fosters the ex- ch.ange of information for mut- ual interest. AWARE promotes friendliness and harmony among the members and faculty. 140 A g 5 ' W' R 5. . ef, El! ii Student atlonal Education Association Barbara Mohammed,treasurer,Craig Heddens Rosemary Morgan Don Rothman Carol Marshall Jim Morley president Margie Watson, secretary. The Student National Educa- tion Association, or SNEA, is an organization for future educators. Through informal meetings it aims to discuss and explore, as well as to discover, the methods used by today's teachers. Also, they at- tempt to find solutions to prob- lems facing the profession. SNEA is affiliated with the Nat- ional Education Sssociation, and the Arizona Education Associa- tion. Faculty advisor is Mrs. Nancy Miller. Newman club yy T7 Father Hall. Willson Pickett, John Hicks, manack Jim Kuzela. Front Row: Deanna ais, Teri Beaudoin, Linda Sweeney. Gary Simon. Sharon Boyd, Kathy For- Wood, Fran Charlebois, Marc Dauphin- The Newman Club is one of J., Q - the religious organizations on the GCC campus. It was quite active last year, and this year its mem- bership increased as more activi- . , -'af .4 , , A ,Au tieswereplanned. - . H is Ji " NJ' TIE? . isisgag. , ' Under the direction of Father Hall, the Newman Club members ' hope to better themselves by con- tacts with others. The organiza- tion takes part in spiritual, cul- tural, and social activities. In- cluded in the cultural area are panel discussions, guest speakers, M. ,fa if and informal discussions of con- X troversial films. Socially, the group meets for horseback rid- d N ing, and picnics. hristian Scientists The Veterans Service Organiza- is open to all veterans at GCC. veterans work with other com- veteran organizations in funds for their service pro- Among their successful was collecting small at Christmas to send over Vietnam. The VSO also plann- other activities. Included were picnic to North Mountain Park r their families, and a special nd raising dance at school. ck row: John Porter, Faye King, Mr. rdner. Front row: Warren Newman. t Bunten, Jack Latter, Lavonne Jack- I1. to right: David Yamamoto, Ron Hank Stout, Bob Taylor, Mrs. Taylors Sponsor. The Christian Scientist Organi- zation's purpose is to provide the college community the opportuni- ty to learn the truth about Christi- an Science. lt welcomes Christian Scientists entering the college and unites them in closer bonds of Christian fellowship. The group also holds regular testimony meet- ings, sponsors Christian Science lectures, workshops, and a lending library service. The Christian Sci- entists strive to participate in cam- pus projects that will promote inter-religious interest and stimu- late individual thinking. Veterans Service Organization ailfws Choir A'Oll' 1: Judy Chiarella, Linda Cummings, Mona Hancock, Deanne Simmons, Pat Spacek, Francie Heys, Marcia Gould, Jan Treadwell. Laura Kurtzman, Paula Mar- key, Frances Brown, Carolyn Dotterer, Jenny Krueger, Carolyn Stanford, Linda The choir has acquired remark- able stature in the three years of its existence. The students participat- ing in the choral activities have a wonderful opportunity to release their energies in a worthwhile and exciting experience. In addition, this is a tremendous cultural outlet for the participants. Included in the many perform- ances the choir gives throughout the year are appearances in college assemblies, concerts in high schools, and formal concerts, one held during the Christmas season and the other in the spring. There are many fine experiences and friendships formed during the year. Picnics and social functions, as well as hard work, make the choir an outstanding group on campus and in the community. 144 Wagg. ICON' 2, Debbie Reznik, Suzanne Nielsen, Kathy Short, Gloria Arendondo, Cherrie Ravenhorst, Leslie Wing, Pat For- rest, Debbie Strubel, Carmen Nash, Lori Wirtz, Pam Wright, Mariory Grantham, Pat Conovoloff. A'Oll' 3: Dennis Guyman, Tom Reid, Eddie Varnum, Frank Gericke, John Voitko, Tom Leman, Tom Hubbard. Ken Harvey. KOH' -A Bill Hallock, Mark Hack, Steve Merrick, Phillip Perdue, Paul Hutchison, Jim Cressler, Mike Hall, Don Kirk, Mike Allen. ,ps-ve ff" ords and music from the twelfth centur The Madrigal Singers under the direction of Mary Ann Dutton study and present music from the twelfth through the fifteenth cen- turies. The group which is selected through auditions consists of four- teen members. Songs studied are taken from the works of Morley, Purcell, di Lasso, and their con- temporaries. Modern composers are also studied. The group has performed before the University Club, at Sun City, for the Farm Bureau Convention, and before many other civic and fraternal groups in the Phoenix area. BELOW: Jan Treadwell, Mike Allen, Deb- bie Struble, Gary Cork, Suzanne Neilson, Dennis Guymen, Elizabeth Curtis, Linda Cummings, Tom Hubbard, Leslie Wing, Marc Hack, Judy Chairella, Phil Purdue, Eileen Coalburn. liv- "?-- 'ALSF' tn - 9- 1 Band D- Q- ggi. KOH' I: Frances Brown, John Ford, Danna Mitchell, Russ Tuttle, Colleen Pascale. Harold Poyner, Loren Dynneson, Sue Weston, Bob Voight, Brenda Mangum, Sheila Dawson. A'Oll'2. Cheryl Kish. Bill Hendrix, Sherry Barnum. Dennis Valdez. Barbara Pyle, Peggy Casey, Ken Dodson, ln the GCC Band, students are if Sci . 1' ufjfi, . . Y. ,, 'V Lori White, Lou Myers, Mike Hall, Sandra Garner, Laurie Devine, Paul Hutchison, Mike Tweedy. Carol Palmisano, Danny l Border, Russ Dodson, Robbin Myers. N011 3. Larry Clark, Renee Hillebert, Ken Mann, Silvia Mendoza, Caren Creighton, Ron McQuarrie. Dennis Kirk, Gary Tintsman, given an opportunity to become acquainted with many great com- posers. This acquaintance varies from classical to contemporary music shown through the per- formance of selections such as the works of Verdi, John Philip Sousa, Henry Mancini and a medley of songs by Duke Ellington. Some of the activities ofthe band include performing during the half time shows for the home Gaucho football games and providing pep bands for the basketball games. Other activities include marching in parades. such as the Rodeo Pa- rade and the Wickenburg Gold Rush Days Parade, and having an- nual winter and spring concerts. l46 In Paul Pixler, Ramon Acevedo, Chris Welker, George Berryman, Mark Jexior- ski, Ann Marie Fish. Lucius Estes. KOH'-1. Jim Holsen, Dan Rumble, Glen Haring, Don Giannette, Lynn Backley, Wayne Pe- terson, Greg Chambers, Jerry Scrivano, Diana Barmore, Ernest Logerquist. D-Wh, Liana:-I gs: V I gm ' ' Q Q9 V is muff W f 1 , . W2 . F U 1, , '4 U 9' 51 A y ff El Ano staff go Staff members: Donna Strauss, Colleen BELOW RIGHT: Mr. Conrad S. Bayley, Pascale, Sharon Oldham and David faculty adviser BELOW LEFT: "Well, let's Yamamoto. put it this wayi l've read worse copy." E y E, ii Lf sfllij 51 After several false starts, the l968 EL ANO organized with Sharon Oldham and Donna Strauss as co-editors. Dave Yam- amoto was named photo editor. Returned to an extra-curricular status, the book was designed for fuller coverage with addition- al pages, more color photogra- phy and a fall delivery. Gaucho Day, graduation activi- ties, and a full coverage of spring sports were included because of the decision for summer produc- tion and a fall delivery date. Edi- tors Oldham and Strauss at- tempted to include a larger cov- erage of Continuing Education activities in their stress on a complete yearbook. 4 . ligfg Row I. Gary Montgomery, Danny Spitler, Colleen Pascale, Steve Susoeff, Frances Karen Young, Randy Bailey, Dave Palm- Spinella. er. Row 2: Mike McDonald. J. Stoneall. EI Tiempo Pasando staff El Tiempo Pasando staff of 67-68 underwent many changes from the previous year. The staff expanded from six to over twelve aspiring journalists. Re- porting Class 2Il also helped to furnish the college newspaper with interesting material. Advis- ing the staff in proper form and procedures this year was Mrs. Gwen Vowles, journalism in- structor. Informing the school on hap- penings and activities throughout the year, the bi-weekly editions also served as a training ground for the up and coming reporters. EI Tiempo Pasando Vol. 3 - No. 8 Glendale Community College Feb. 16, 1968 El Tiempo Pasando is published bi-weekly by the Journalism Department of Glendale Community College, Maricopa County Junior College District. Editorial offices are at 6000 W. Olive Ave., Glendale, Arizona 85301. Editor-In-Chief ................................ ............ P am Avery Managing Editor ......................... ........ G reg Duncan News Editor ................. ....... Ra ndy Bailey Feature Editor .................. ........... C aryn Young Entertainment Editor ...... ................. S teve Susoeff Photography Editor ...... ........................... G ary Montgomery Sports Editor ............... ........................................ D ave Palmer Sports Assistants ............ ......... D anny Spitler, Mike McDonald Advertising Manager ....... .............................. F rances Spinella Circulation Manager .................................................. Colleen Pascale Cartoonist ....................................,.,.....,,,...,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,..,,.,,,,,,,, Phil Pegg Reporters .................... Cathy Brindley and Reporting 211 Class Adviser .... ............................................ M rs. Gwen Vowles 14 Forensics club Intercollegiate Forensics is de- signed to provide an opportunity for students to develop proficiency in areas of expository speaking, persuasion, argumentation, and oral interpretation of literature. While achieving a mastery of these areas the student acquires under- standings and skills which will en- able him to increase his effec- tiveness in the social, political, ar- tistic, and professional environ- ment in which we live. The students of Intercollegiate Forensics have tested their speaking skills at tournaments which involved col- leges and universities from throughout the Southwestern and Pacific Coast areas. Forensic trips to institutions such as the Univer- sity of California at Santa Barbara, El Camino College, Los Angeles Pierce College and the University of Arizona have proven successful and rewarding. Traveler staff This year held the debut of a new publication on campus. U15 Crawler, GCC's first literary magazine, premiered in early May. Fha' Frnwlcr contained numerous photographs of sketches, in addition to prose and poetry. All work published was done by students who submitted their compositions. The magazine itself was organized and produced by enthusiastic students. Members of the faculty Mrs. Betty Cole and Miss Fara Darland gave their time in advising the publication. Staff: Miss Darland and Linda Saunders. Standing: Dick Wodrich, John Bourne, and Rob Robinson. iso' rf Tri ri . ,.,,,, , LQ Q fit- M 1 . f y. ,I 1 .fi l 1, ' 3 Seated. Kay Sanderson, Ruth Mills. Mar- Standing: James Mancuso, Sponsor, Neil quita Hancock, Sharon Stoltsfuz, Sherry Ravella, Mike Coker, David Lux, Bill Howell, and Patrick Joyce. Thomas, Bob LaCoste, and Duane Carr .silly 4 fe , L M i F . .-.1 A f-i.4-gn, V V ?"' l ,fm i nm NOW I, Hank Stout, Gary Dickover, Ron Spitler, Joe Higuera, Leonard Sweeney. Jack Binder, Ed Gillespie. Mike Evans. Ira Mathis. Ken Killebrew. Johnny Rivers, Don Dean Green, Barney Fiern, Bill Glatch, Conner. Shaver, Vance Lassard. A'0ll'2, Danny George Heflin. KOH' 3: Ron Steinberg, O O O O KOH' I: Marilyn Eletto, Linda Smith. Betty Cheryl Overbee, Cathy Jones, Jenny Patsy Snell, Peggy Wilbanks, Karen Jo Thomas, Terry Hamilton, Bonnie Johnson, Carol Cornelius, Karen Cole, Swenson, Michelle Whitney, Joyce Downing, Darlene Nordby, Yoli Noreiga, Phylis Wilkens, KOH' 3: Cassie Hayes, Christy, Linda Bentley, Linda Coker. Chris Vangraam, lx'0ll'2: Naomi Brink, Sally Heard, Donna Harper, Nancy Chase, Rosemary Graham, Andy Nicklaus. Cindy Winslow. Mary Frost, Pat White, l5l what J 2 'fu .ang ..wZ2"'l1:.. wgvgg-,vm W vi, - m G' ' , . X ,L r f L . X 5 2- L - J . N925 . 1, J za, ' , 5 I' A F35 W Jl.4ls,I1.i'lf , ' " Q N -3 J ' , I ..-1-.-' guna: ., - l , . . -. V ,,.,, QA- 9 t1"?T " -ig H it ,fi W V, Je A, ' -'irfn .N x "' ' 4.3 .uf f' f , W givwm M. M M. .. K P NVQ, 'ini' '1"N ' Silk, 5 Pom pon Ilne vi N--f--,ww ,-. VY .DEKMMW 1 - I 7 f f H ' 1 L 1 ' pq - s , is fl I. J , , A . '. I -613, - L. gm f Y, A waz, is Nxt 3 ' f,Q: 'ig' X' -qv' .ki LN . 2 5 3' "Ai, si iff 'Q' 5 A I 'A "'i,',""!h gg ' .Q 'RQ57 A ff 'N ,gui Q ,A lf- If Ldlja '+- x., N sir wgiu .1 'f' .. W, gg G-2:3 li uf ZH lm 'H Q! ' I mn rg gf I 4 b 5 s. Ski Club For those who are ski enthusi- asts, the Ski Club is the club to ioin. The purpose of the club is to stim- ulate a strong interest in the sport of skiing. lt promotes sportsman- ship and safety among the members. With the coming of spring the club changed from their snow skis to their water skis. Aquatics Club KOH' I. Danny Olson. Darol Johnson, Murphy, advisor, Mary Kelley, Terr Dan Foglton, Carol Clark. A'0ll'2: Mrs. Mower, Linda Sanders. With the construction of the new Olympic-sized pool, the GCC Ath- letic Department was able to ex- pand its athletic program to in- clude a swimming team. The pur- pose of the Aquatics Club is to improve aquatics skills and to promote swimming in general in the community through education, and by special events such as swim ,--,3-' 1 R ,TAX -VL-3, il llizf , sr K I-N. illlt KOH' ls l. B. Fox, Sharon Herrera. Pat tos. John Engstrom. lx'Oll'3: Danny Spit- Newman, Ann Dalsi. Mary Kelley, Sandy ler, Danny Olson, Mitch Booth, Mark Christensen. NOW 2: Mike Ball, Chuck Hammer. Hansen, Bill Hammontree. Richard Opsi- meets and water shows. The club also promotes physical fitness through aquatics, better leadership in water safety and in- struction of swimming and diving. -.-.ia 'X-P1 1-, V 4' , 5 A Lei? 'fy . LJ' U' .9 -if '. . g -:af N lg - i 'fun s"u.,.- ' . A.. - ' '-- . L.,-...ig - ..-, 'V r--. V sq A' i A , -f' Tse' gs- yi IJOII' I: Dennis Salas CRep.J, Harold Knel- retaryl, Bonnie Ramirez. Helen Richele, Cpfesidenfl- MF- Ausere CFaCulry AdViS0fl, ler, Dave Parker, Tom Blake, Bill Riverez. Lucy Murcado. Gale lrons CRep.J, Theresa MF- Campion CASSI- Faculty AdViS0l'7. KOH' 2. Marie Avila QTreasurerJ. Linda Bules. lx'0ll'3: Christine Haynle CVice- Siindfa M0l'3l10,AnCl9 Ramirez, Terry Garcia, Loida Galaviz, Dyana Green CSec- Presidentb, Sandy Christinson, Dan Lentz Bailey Sherry MOON?- Co-ed language students to study abroad GCC foreign language students Linda Saunders and Sue Schroeder will be on their way this summer to Germany and Colombia, respectively. The Experiment in International Living is providing opportunities for students, like Linda and Sue, to gain first hand experience with foreign people and the living con- ditions in foreign places. Also the students will be acting in the role of good-will 'ambassadors for the United States. They will try to lessen the existing gap between the United States and foreign coun- tries, which is a prime purpose of the Experiment. To be eligible for the Experiment. students must have some knowl- edge of the prospective country they wish to visit, and then apply on a national level. From applicants all over the United States, only a small per cent are selected. The girls will be getting to know the people and the country they visit deeper than the average tour- ist. Sue will be living with a Col- ombian family that she has been corresponding with for several years. Linda in turn will be housing with a family in Germany. Both girls have studied the language they will need intensively and speak the languages fluently so that they will be able to absorb directly their new surroundings and com- municate directly with the native people. ' Q x g. . 4: , 'jj f '..L - sx X N Y' N . yr..-Y... -- ,gf .x f,' -..P -d --.-,I-' .iv ,x . ,tr .hx- e" x K A ACTIVITIES Varied progra drama season "HeIlo Out There" by William Saroyan, "Miracle of the Danube" by Maxwell Anderson. "Overtones" by Alice Gersten- berg and "Suppressed Desires" by Susan Glaspell and George Cram Cook were one act plays performed on November 2 and 3 by members of the Drama De- partment. Twenty actors were on stage during the course of the four performances, providing a great deal of experience for the GCC drama hopefuls. From the seri- ous drama of the Anderson play to the delightful satire of "Over- tones," a wide range of human emotions was encompassed. E17 :XX m of one acts open i967-68 . i X 4? X 5 H211 ' 375 f 1v-- wg- traditions to Gaucho campu Q Y. y.. 1 " ' 'liek' ' ' 1 2' ' ' " fviiaff-6 ' if , 1. nw. .'3,g6r42'.5"S.sa---, . -.'-"""' ,?' :V FIRST ATTENDANTS Cindy Geary and Rick Le Force SECOND ATTENDANTS Linda Leonard and Marty Imsland THIRD ATTENDANTS Betty Trunzo and Jerry Griffin i 1 M 7 ill 0laeta Basque Festival Group opens series An overflow audience of nearly 2,000 cheered on the Olaeta Basque Festival of Bilbao on No- vember 29, I967 in the gymnasium. Continuing Education's Artists Series was opened in an enthusias- tic fashion by the high bounding, extremely colorful Basques. Rare instrumentation was of particular interest. The txistu, a three-holed flute found in Stone Age caves, and the alboka, made from a cow's horn and similar to the oboe in sound provided some unusual music. But the dancers were the focal point of a program of choral songs, traditional war and courting dances and solo performances. The stick dance and the partido de pelota Cjai alaib gave the men the opportunity to show off some of their talents. 221 Polished acting combined With elegant staging mark Production of Wilde farce .le Audiences were highly enter- tained by the excellent acting, lavish costuming and striking sets which highlighted the GCC Drama Department's production of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" in early December. In a play which was extremely well cast, all performances could be termed as outstanding. John ApiceIIa's role of Algernon Mon- Crieff and Carol May's portrayal of Lady Bracknell were particularly successful. Timing, delivery, and character development were praise-worthy in both perform- ances. Larger than life characters, a completely outlandish plot, some of the finest lines of the 0scar Wilde repertoire were all combined to produce a delightful romp. It was hard to tell if the audience or the actors themselves were more de- lighted with the stage doings. To state it simply: memorable theater was the result of the GCC Drama Department's interpretation of the Wilde farce. A ,I 4 K Y v"1 yf. z , Ei: 'W XX X i 1 5 A - V , -6 Aw' ' f ,gg Y W my U 'M-7 N u ....,-f R911 Slim U "rea 1 M' 'cz' U, 5 V55 ' S51 , .,,. X ,.. WS? 51. ' 144 ' v , A,Lf'f'-4.14 "' f LE: -'-"':"4'5?',.-wr, ' 'Z' .: .' ,W 1335? A' f -5-rf W, " Wt. ' ' ' N - H '- A .J,f,L D' - -A ., gy ., f "ww, , fmg5Z-4.,'- Hr- "x Q41 - f--f' A- ' H- . 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For the first time, dinner, buffet style, was served followed by dancing. A I6 piece student orchestra provided the music for the evening rather than a professional group. Couples felt that these changes were decided improvements. ln keeping with the Christmas spirit, the musicians donated their fees to the Music Department for music scholarships. Presiding over the well fed group were King Danny Spitler and his Queen, Sue Kammer. x lt 3 l X 1 , M. 'aff 9 1-an 7- , .X ' 1 t P' .K-'Lx Q. lvl 'I , I . 'la 1,, :,, -,, n 1. 30 Q. 4 Shifts. v? KS .va A .jst M SEM Qi Q - DEW " . wifi? Egg: E lv me , jf , N V Q . I ' 'sz E Q74 ' .. f lv X N ,I Hxzszgu ,Il A 233 ':fL',1, fi 'fn M H A QUEEN SUE KAMMER KI G DANNY SPITLER Q.: N weve. .qv ' 1365 fs -Q 1 -. ww 1 .,., PSM .....,. , ,- Q-f" wg g Holiday chorus, ballet programs presented -Q ,, ar- -.- 7 ., fx -: ,, e ' I 'e- Fa' , g 1 'H ' l bl!-.Jig 'l J I , 1 ,, i all 5 l- mlf' - ll . lllll u l i -of-ze J: ' 4 seoli. i ,,, Q ,. ,..1:1 TOP: Continuing Education ballet in structor Mrs. Olson and Avis Stephens. student assistant. ABOVE and RIGHT: Members of the be- ginning and advanced classes performed in a Christmas dance program open to the public. F N l' p I J la gf sp -ff Calvin elected second semester prexy 5 :.2 it . W - .,, 1 A' Y -A fu 'A 4 .- , .4 ' Q "' i W 'sl' A ' is ' ws-.. .,. V, ' a if ,,.: his 1 , -1-f"'g P , Dr. Prince speaks at induction banquet The second semester student officers were inducted into their offices at a ceremonial banquet. The highlight of the evening was a speech given by Dr. John F. Prince. Speaking on the comparison of federal and local government officers with student government officers, he stressed leadership and responsibility as the key roles. Conducting the induction cer- emonies was Jim Calvin, newly elected Associated Student Body President. Among those being sworn into office were Tom Coker, ASS President, Betty Trunzo, AWS President, and Steve Nunn, AMS President. To be eligible for student gov- ernment officers, a student must be carrying at least twelve or more semester hours, and maintain a 3.00 grade average or better. Pre-counseling plan eases registration Registration was made faster and easier second semester by pre-counseling. Before registration day the students had their advisors approve their planned schedules, thereby eliminating the time to complete the enrollment process. This method worked smoothly and it is hoped to be used again. The only real complaint the stu- dents voiced was filling out the countless registration cards. For many, by the time they finished filling out the cards, they discov- ered the class had just closed, and had to start the procedure all over. lt is hoped that in the near future GCC students will be able to pre- register by a computer. But until then we'll have to sharpen our pencils and write fast! fr' 4' ,we .- - ,I .Nagl- 1, -- Al -. Q it :fig I, .-E 4 1 ,A lj ll , , F 1 g"' t 1 'f lm lll 4355-, lv ' ,EL 's.,..,f.. . . P XS za ,fry L! swf g I g , n ,- Fa Fm Vri rlxx xU,!t,',y ,N 1 V Hy' . T T lll l , , Lsaulm- 2 F Caballeros boost football, cross countr maxim M f LLW,A.. LLW,, , , , 5 Y f On hand to help make the honors was Dean of Students Ted Pierson. 178 The presentation of the national junior college cross-country champions and of GCC's first football team highlighted the first annual Sports Award Banquet, December l2, l967. Dr. John F. Prince, President of the Maricopa County Junior Col- lege District was the guest speaker with Dr. Vernon Wright acting as Master of Ceremonies. The ban- quet, which was sponsored by the Glendale Cabelleros Booster Club was held in the cafeteria. Glendale letter jackets were awarded to two-year Iettermen and individual players awards were awarded to the outstanding mem- bers of the football and cross- country teams. Football coach Carl Rollins pre- sented awards to Dale Bauman, Most Outstanding, Ron Mathis, Most Inspirational, Bill Glatch, Best Backs and Marv Bethea, Best Lineman. Cross-country awards were presented by coach Richard Fuen- ning to Scott Giddings, Most Out- standing, Dave Palmer, Most Out- standing Freshman, and Greg Hancock, Most Improved. self 1 , l ' JL I: -vivo r Q ea wi wi JW .A Z y H' Q ' E' ???5 E X W1 k 525 vi: ZW 1 gnu pl" A5 ,wi difggg 'N if,-:N ' 1 s X Br , s Q . XN 'N 5 X, ij' X X Xb , 4 X91 ponsors three concerts on campus Through the efforts of Symphony West and the Continuing Educa- tion Division of the college, the Phoenix Symphony orchestra un- der the direction of Guy Taylor was brought to the Glendale campus for a series of three concerts in i967-68. Newly formed Symphony West is a group of citizens, many from the college community, who live in the northwestern area of Maricopa County. Subscribers are counted from Glendale, Tolleson, Sun City and Peoria. Next year, in cooperation with the Arizona Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the groups plan to add a fourth concert to the series. The traveling San Francisco Opera Company will probably stage a Mozart opera. Plans call for a pop concert as the first offering for the I968-69 season. l8l Soloists add To luster of First season Shortly after her November Il appearance with the Phoenix Symphony to open the first concert season at Glendale Community College, Takako Nishizaki ap- peared on network television with the Bell Telephone Hour. The twenty-three-year old Japanese violinist presented selections composed by Chausson and Saint-Saens. Pianist James Dick was the fea- tured performer on January 20. A Fulbright scholar and finalist in Moscow's third International Tschaikowsky Competition, Mr. Dick Selected Beethoven's Cfoncerto No. 4 in Gfar Piano and Orchestra, Opus 58 and Symphony No. 4 in 3 .Minor Opus 36 by Tchaikovsky. Accomplished mezzo-soprano Margot Blum appeared at the final performance of the Symphony on April 20. Miss Blum presented se- lections from Clit? ,Marriage of .Wparo and Ifosi Han Cutter by Mozart and Gluck's Orpheus and Eurpdire. gi 'rw :rg 1 f fa Cartoonist captures campus l , LJ ' 'C Ml I 5. ,A+ , l " . avwiw Qu N? i QA' ' ,,,l,,-an-,K -mea-n " w -,- --.. Pulitzer Prize winning Bill Mauldin appeared on campus February ll. Sponsored by the Continuing Education's Artists' Series, the captivating cartoonist presented a wit-filled afternoon. Demonstrating cartoon techni- ques, Mauldin explained the role of the modern political cartoonist in today's society. He concluded that just about all a political cartoonist can do is "shake up people" but that they do that very well, per- haps as well as anyone can. 183 The Continuing Education As- sociated Students held their second semester Family Night, February I7. A buffet supper and enter- tainment were presented for the Continuing Education Students, faculty members, and their families in the dining hall of the Student Union Building. Curt the Clown, a popular Phoenix celebrity, entertained the adults and children during the 1 supper. He also took the children for a ride around the GCC campus in his fire engine. After the buffet supper, The Ro- vers, a vocal instrumental group from California, performed for the guests in the Student Lounge. This entertainment group performed five summers for the Armed Forces overseas as a part of the YMCA Youth Choir directed by Mary Ann Dutton. K WM: ' Ma' r.. Y .,. 1 " TSS? A " N A - , -,Q.'g'f1 eg - do 4-ge is - S' lip -vi" Family Night a treat for all pri Bandits escape with First Place Master of Ceremonies for the annual talent show on March I was Danny Spitler. The Sopho- more Class Executive Board combined musical numbers, dance routines, and slapstick comedy to come up with an en- joyable evening. Among the many fine perform- ers, the judges awarded the trophy for second runner-up to Linda Cotrell, who sang several modern folk songs. Linda Vanderbilt and Linda Dukarich received the first run- ner-up trophy for a pantomine dance skit entitled "Saturday Night". The all-important first place trophy was captured by a group of eight and nine year old mu- sicians who call themselves the Mexican Bean Bandits. They pre- sented such popular hits as Wipe Ouf, Pzkfclim' and Spanish 5'lea. l ,X- S , mm, , ii., , N E J ll v li, e:.m12fe.i lmiissziasve-gf , i 'll , ' ' li 5 'ir fae- Arthur Gucnwcrc lanrelvt Pcllrrrorff ylffardrzd ,Morgan ,Cf ky X w,,g1.."'.. W H l X ' M ' , . :Wi we-1 A 3? John Apicella Jeanette Krueger James Weaver Mike Wagenfehr Paul Braun Judy Chlarella ,Mcrlyrr .....4........ Robert Voigt Sir Dinadan . Sir Sagraruare . Sir ,Ciarrrl .. . Squire Dap . . . ,Nirrruc ..... Came uf Warwick ,Cady .Arms . . . Mike Tweedy . . . . Bill Hallock . . . .John Tatum ...rDuane Carr Linda Cummings .Jimmy Reznick Suzanne Nielsen lady Sybil Guilliarrr Halgrevarfce Bliarrl . . Kastar . Hlarius . . Deborah Strubel Dennis Johnson . . . .Marc Hack . . Ken Scheitlin . . .Jim Cressler . . Bob La Coste Camelot captures audience rn m The musical Gamclat that has endured so many years on stage, and as a movie, became one of the most popular musicals to be presented on GCC campus. On April 4 and 5th, the Opera Workshop, under the direction of Mary Ann Dutton, presented Hamclat. It gave the audience a chance to visit a land of enchant- ment reigned over by King Ar- thur and Queen Genevere. 6'amel0l presented a contrast between good and evil and the assurance that evil forces shall not prevail. Some of the high- lights of the play were: the haunting voice of Nimue, the vivacity and color of the "Lusty Month of May" sequence, and the moment of Lionel's return to life through La ncelot's efforts. Mr. Lee Baxter led the instru- mentation portion of Gfamelot Us- ing the Dance Band as the nu- cleus of the orchestra, two pro- fessional musicians from the Star Theater supplemented the Band to fit the needs of the pro- duction. Spontaneous applause met every scene ending. The use of environmental- theater created an effective staging technique. The activity surrounding the audience at all times in a fast pace, left no time for the mind to wander from the action. f-6 F T T 2 , M X jg ... .,. ,, , N, .Nw . -as-v1:vvvv's1r"m9r---gfgqgwe . Aangfv gun' --kiwi. as :qu V --, .Tx fieaxa 6 a3"5"6H5'Z'i"a '3,'?3'35f'S UQUQ Mgr, W , is! 4' 4 '22 nf"Lv '7. , W, ., 3 ,, .? M " 'S 1 Ei? ,Lg .K Lim f 1 n , 3: N Q1 ,ull ,N 'xl I -1 3' .- fu 5 Hs , ,Q . 3 , as ui ,Annie , . . ,Hafner .... clblrenee .... ,Yann .... llnitney , , . Harlan .... father ..... ,Margaret .... Cara ........ ,llnry Skinner . Nev. Dr. lloyd .. . . .Marie Kent . . . .Nora Minton . . . .Brian Hurley . . . . .Bill Moses .......Pat Blake . .Gary Dukarich . . . . .John Speer . . . . . , .Debbie Reznik Kathy Harrington .Linda Vanderbilt Robert Severance :Delia .........r ...... M ary Heaney yxbfa ........... . DL ffllllllllffyi IDL Svnfers . . . ,Maggie . . . 190 . . . .Valerie Allen . , . . .Terry Lake . . . . . . .Ted Rexal . . . .Linda Dukarich .i AY ife With Father' staged -3 was w S-wi INN Qdifai? , Tllfl " I . in om ' " 1 . 11-,N sw' A-"A-- va-fjgti ix, On March JI, 22, and 23 the GCC Dramatic Arts Department brought to life the production "Life With Father". This play was written by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse from daily memos by Clarence Day Jr. The play was first presented at the Empire Theater in New York City on November 8, l939. When the play closed almost IO years later, it had broken all attendance and performance records with 3,2l3 consecutive performances. The dramatized story recounts the comical daily life situation of the Day family. Set in the late I88O's the domestic farce-comedy deals with boisterous Clarence Day, Sr., his seemingly light- headed spouse, their four sons, and their delightful household of ser- vants, unwanted clerical visitors, and even more unwanted visiting relatives. Mr. Peter Overson, head of the Department of Dramatic Arts and director of the play, seemed to have come up again with perfect casting while at the same time he provided a variety of learn- ing experiences for GCC drama students. 191 in NI , f ! I 4 1 . l 'il Iiufy,-':fgq5I..,., 4, fa.. .Af ...,,. E fl VS ' 1 1 23, .-O , Y I 93'-' " ' ' 1 , hiflx. I k A J v i ,, v K' 1. .4 gl .f " ,g QQ .lurk Y ,....NA,. , , v,-' ,.,-1--1 N, ,. P1 I , , . A- .." 'rd -. . 1 if , JL- ' if . H. ,.4 .ga .. I, - 'wp' 'A . -W-,-,I I , 'eff K, f r. ' W' rw,-1:1 ' .w , I, ....,..,LI .... ..-" ' -. - 2 1 ' ' :::'J!-'!. "". --.. 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The first event for the college men was the 50-meter freestyle swim with the first four swimmers finishing within one half second of each other. Rick Sheer finished the event first. Other men events included the backstroke with Mike Ball finishing first, and the breast- stroke with Bill Hammontree placing first. The college women's events were equally competitive. The free-style went to the first place winner Mary Kelly, with the backstroke going to Patty New- man, and the breaststroke cap- tured by Sharon Herrera. Medals were awarded to the first three finishers in each event, and ribbons were given to the fourth and fifth place finishers. l l The Four Freshmen Freshmen hold title to Gaucho Day boots Swimming, games and fun annual highlighted activities on Gaucho Day, May 3. The Sopho- against more Class contended the first-year Gauchos in various athletic contests to determine the winner of the Victory Boots for l968. The day began with the two classes competing for points in the three-legged race, a wheel- barrow race and an inner tube war. For the survivors, a tug'of- war, an egg toss and a game of volleyball followed. Before lunch, the sophomore men took on a team of faculty members in a game of slow pitch softball. Barbequed beef, potato salad, ice cream and soda pop were served at the lunch break. A swim meet took place in the afternoon for individual compei- tion. Events included a 200 meter freestyle, a 50 meter freestyle and a 200 meter medley relay. For those who didn't care to participate in group competi- tion, facilities such as ping pong, tennis, badminton, handball and swimming were made available. At the end of the day's events, the point total established the freshmen as winners of the Vic- tory Boots. ln the evening, the Four Fresh- men were the main attraction in a concert in the GCC gymnasium Continuing Education students had arranged for the concert to coincide with Gaucho Day ac- tivities. The Freshmen presented a program which was appleasing medley of their hit recordings of the l950's and many samples of their newer album releases and newer style. Outstanding en- tertainers and verstaile musici- ans, the Four Freshmen capped a full day of fun and foolishness for all Gauchos. With final exams coming up, it was a great way to let off some steam before the final rush of papers and examinations. 'rf F ' .., 5 I sf, 5541- y . V ,L I N V ' 5 , ,, ll. ,L .X 4, wx, Wx, 5 .- ' ,, , . 'ti f . lx I .. F 'wx T? I it ' , X N.,...: 1 L Y V 'l . 'l F 1 ig lg T 1.1.7 h Y . X . T. rt., . ff" wp. . , - "QT" 2 - it g. ,. J, gitfir. . , f ' . K f A I' ' 4 '- my ny- I -,r . 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Games, such as wheelbarrow races, egg tosses, and a marrying Sam Booth were provided to add to the evening's fun. For those who got cold feet once the marri- age vows were exchanged, AWS provided a divorcing Dan Booth. To help add to the atmosphere of the evening in a typical hill- billy setting, music was pro- vided by Oat Willy And Che Drsam Kami Prizes were awarded to the couples with the best costumes. A first place for the most original corsage design was given to Linda Leonard. Day relived is Qi? ,v we-.. . K. Er .R ' U x. u 1-'H R QQ I .1 Williams' play staged ln unique atrium theater Tennessee Williams' classical American play, Cnc Glass ,Menag- erie was performed May 9-Il by GCC's drama department. They presented the intense drama in the Atrium Theater, an open air theater. Une Glass ,Menagerie is an auto- biographical, "memory play" with typical Williams' characters. lt is a play of a lower-middle class family caught in an emo- tional and economical trap. Each member of the family tries to find a certain way to escape from his problems. Tom finds escape by running away to sea. The play is Tom's reflection of the past. His mother escapes by living in the past, and his crippled sister lives in a fantasy world centered around a collection of little glass animals. The unique sets incorporated by Overson and his acting class, combined with the play itself, left the audience with a lasting impression. Steve Goodien Carol May .. Debbie Reconic John Speer .. Ted Rexall Linda Decker .. Laura Minton ....... ...Cam rlmanaa . .laura .lmnling costumes L'05fllIlI6'5 John Speer .. stagemanagement Bri a n H u rley . stage management Peter Overson ..... difectian Traditional ceremonies honor Class of '68 Participating in this year's commencement activities were approximately 327 graduates. This number is more than twice that of the preceding year. The commencement ceremonies took place in the traditional three- fold style: the Sophomore Con- vocation, the Baccalaureate ser- vice and the graduation cere- mony. The Sophomore Convocation featured speeches by Danny Spitler, vice president of the ASS5 Mr. lmon Gammage, ASS ad- visor, and GCC Executive Dean, Dean Matt O. Hanhila. The Baccalaureate service began with a prayer by Eddie Murphy and a scripture reading by Pam Avery. The main address of the evening was conducted by Father Fred Hall of St. Louis the King Church. Closing the service was the benedicition given by Rita Ruminski. "Pomp and Circumstance," played by the GCC Concert band, conducted by Lee Baxter, was the cue for the processional to the graduation. The Invocation was given by Reverend Robert Peale of Aldersgate Methodist Church. The band added to the ceremony with a selection by Brent Heisinger, "Fantasia for Band." The final address was given by Dr. Robert J. Hannelly, Presi- dent Emeritus of the Maricopa County Junior College District. Dr. John F. Prince, President of the Maricopa County Junior College District, presented the Class of l968. I99 " '21 ..--+"""" ,aff V ff ' dtttosfe' Y .1 ' xy-as 555: " .Q-.. f '- , - -,v.1,. I - s 1 I , ,..,,, iihggg ADMINISTRATORS Butler, Miss Nancy-I9 Capper, Victor L.-l9,I33 Hanhila, Dr. Matt-I8 Heuser, Dr. Robert-I9 Pierson, Theodore-I9 Smith. Dr. Clifford-I8 FACU LTY Ausere,Joe-32, I55 Backus, Charlotte-3l Barkin, Dr. Ted-32 Baxter, Leroy-30 Bayley, Conrad-32, l48 Benham. Milford-28 Bietto, F rank-32 Bloss, Dale-26 Boetto, Herbert-26 Braasch, Vernon-26 Brazie, Thomas-32 Brown, Mary-26 Campion, Maurice-32,I55 Charvonia, Ronald-SI Chord, Paul-32 Clayton, Dorothy-26,I2O Cole, Betty-32 Como, Frank-32 Csontos, Louis-28 Darland, Fara-32,I5O Davy, Roger-28 Decker, Clair-28 Dillard, Georgia-25 Dixon, Henry-32 Dotterer, William-SI Dutton, Mary-30,I32,I33 Eastin, Gene-32 Fasset, Charles-32 Fitzgerald, Frank-30 Flint. Elaine-25 Flipper. Joseph-28 Forney, Merril-28,I37 Frost, Ronald-24 Fuenning, Richard-27,88,IO7 Gammage, Imon-Sl Gardner, Moffat-32,l43 Gentry, Warren-3O,I32 Hansen, Vance-33 Harper, Dr. Paul-30 Harris, Eugene-30 Hartley, Jack-33 Higgins, Donald-33 Hoeffel, Al-24 Hoff, Edward-28 Holt, Dr. Hal-SI Hubbard, LaRue-SI Hurlebass, H.W.'24 Johanson, Leonard'3O 11,51 if Jordan. Roy-25 Kidney, Charlotte-27 Kilgard, Barbara-28 King, Owena-3l Klan, Walter-28 Knopp, Nelda-27,I22 Kong, Moonie-27,9I Kurtz, Donald-SI Lange, Dr. Merle-24 Long, Charles-29 Lorenzini, Dr. August-33 Lundeen, Robert-30 Mancuso, James-33,I5O Markowitz, Hal-29 Martin, Ethel-3l Mathews, Jack-29 Matz, Harry-33,l! 7 McCoy, Leslie-29 Mikus. Dr. Andrew-33 Moloso, Phillip-25 Murphy, Irma-33,I54 Overson, Peter- 33,l97 Peters, Allen-29 Pilch, Richard-9I Pratt, Margaret-29 Reiss, Kate-34 Roberson, Doyle-29 Roberts. Theresa-29 Rollins, Carl-24,9l Sickrey, William-25 Smart, John-34 Smelser, Philip-34 Smith, James-27 Smith. Louis-34 Squires, Carl-29 Staheli, Wendell-9I Vawter. Charles-3I Vowles. Gwen-34,I49 Waltrip, Dr. John-34 Weiss, Kenneth-27 Werneken, Jane-34 Wilcox, Robert-34 STAFF Akin, Mary-22 Alcaraz, Ray-23 Allison, Genevieve-ll Alpert, Betty-20 Anderson, Martha-20 Bailey, Hal-23 Barstad, Ray-23 Brashear, Norman-22 Buehman, Jane-20 Clifford, Dottie-20 Cook. Pat-ll Crigler, George-23 Davis, Joe-23 ee.. sms? ND MV, ,,.,V,., N, ek.- I wi, 1.1, Hg, ii F. 1, ,. elf , -.fr i, Y, : YI it Dawson, Hank-23 Denen, Madelene-20 Dewey, Mary-2l Duff. Lillian-2l Eaton, Hershel-23 Evans, Vivian-22 Fahnestock, Jess-23 Faluai, Ermyntrude-22 Fine, John-22 Giles, Wes-23 GonzaIas,Tiburcio-23 Gooding, George-23 Harper, Marion-2l Harris, Wayne-23 Hill, Dennie-23 Hill, Henry-23 Hinkel, Mary-.'2l Jack, Mary-22 James, Ruth-20 Kelm, Ed-23 Lopez, Ynez-23 Lord, Glayds-22 Malone, Aranna-22 McShane, Rosemary-20 McVay, Rita-20 Miller, Elizabeth-20 Morton. Wilber-22 Mowrey, Maraget-20 Nenneman, Bill-22 Nevarez. Connie-22 Noll, Olga-2l Ochoa, lsaura-22 Openshaw, Rose-JI Perry, Eugene-23 Petty, Madeline-20 Prince. Louisa-2I Repela, Rosina-Il Roby, Harry-23 Sankey, Ray-23 Scalberg, Alama-ll Schindler, Francis-ll Sloan, Mariorie-22 Socket, Ruth-20 Stump, Ethel-22 Taylor, Robert-JI Theriavlt. Nancy-22 Waddick, LeRoy-23 Winschear, Maxine-22 Wood, John-23 Young, Mildred-20 Yturralde, Steve-25 ACTIVITIES Adult mixed chorus-l75 A.S.S. talent show-l86 Athletics banquet-l78 AWS Winter Formal-l7O Ballet Performance-l7O Bill Mauldin-I83 Camelot-IS7 Family Night-I84 Gaucho Day-l94 Glass ,Mrlfagrrict 271:-195 Graduation-I99 Homecoming-IOO Jmporlaur: uf Heiuy Earlrrsl, Us-166 ,CHI ufilh Yarhcr-190 Olaeta Basque Festival-I64 One Act Plays-I58 Phoenix, Symphony-ISO Pool dedication-I92 Sadie Hawkins Day-l96 Snowbowl trip-I68 Student government induction-I7G ATHLETICS Baseball-IIO Basketball-97 Cross Country-86 Football-9I Golf- Il8 Intramurals-I23 Tennis, men's-I I6 Track-IO7 Volleyball-I22 Wrestling-IO2 ORGANIZATIONS Aquatics Club-I54 Associated Freshmen-l35 Associated Men-l37 Associated Sophomore-I34 Associated Stuudents-ISO Associated Continuing Education-I32 Associated Women-I36 AWARE-l4O Band-I46 Cheer squad-I52 Choir-I44 Christian Scientists-I43 Forensics-l5O Honor Board-I38 Journalism-I49 Lettermen-ISI Newman Club-I42 Phi Thete Kappa-I39 Pom Pon-I53 Ski Club-l54 S.N.E.A.-I4I Spanish Club-I55 Zfravrlrr staff-155 Yearbook-l48 STUDENTS Abel, Enid-47 Abraham. Rachelle-47 Abramson, Pauline-47 Acevedo, Ramon-35,I46 Acrees, Larry-47 Adams, David-47 Aguilar, Guadealupe-47 Ahart, William-47 Ahearne, Kathleen-47 Algrim, Harry-47 Ainley, Caryl-47 Ainsa, Albert-47 Aker, Thomas-47 Albee, Lynette-35 Alben, Tom-47 Alcantar, Ray'47 Alcocer, Ruben-47 Aldama, Virginia-47,I22 Alexander. George-47 Alexander, Neil-47 Alexander, Quinton-47 Allen. Garry-47 Allen, Grace-47 Allen, Mike-l44 Allen, Patricia-47 Allen, Valerie-I9O Allenbaugh, Raymond-47 Allison, Rupert-47 Allmon, Robert-47 Altic, Deborah-47 Amate, Dorothy-47 Amator, Tom-47 Ames, Bradley-47 Amsden, Judith-47 Ancell, Michael-47 Anderson, Berdon-47,I25 Anderson, James-35 Anderson, Larry-47 Anderson, Lois-47 Anderson, Michael-47 Anderson, Peggy-47 Anderson, Ray-47 Anderson, Sherrie-47 Anderson, William-35 Anderson, William-47 Andersshon, Myra-35 Andrew, Charles-47 Andrew, Leslie-47 Andrews, Larry-47 Angotti, Teresa-35 Anthony, Charles-47 Anthony, John-47 Anzar, Juan-47 Aper, David-47 Apicella, John-35,I87 Applebee, Vickie-47 Appleby, Geraldine-35,l39 Aragon, Robert-47 Arendondo, Gloria-I44 Argood, Johanna-47 Armstrong, Dale-35 Arnell, Linda-47 Aro, Ernest-47 Arquette, Donald-47 Arthurs, Gary-35 Ashby, Michael-47 Ashford, Doris-35 Ashley. Judith-35 Ashust, Shireen-47 Asistin, Henry 47 Atkin, Kaye-35 Atkin, Norman-35 Auble, Harold-47 Auffret, Mark-47 Auffret, Mark-47 Aufieri, Carol-47 Austin, Richard-55 Austin, Robert-47 Austin, Wilford-47 Avery, Pamela-35,I38 Avila, Mary-I55 Ayers, Joseph-47 B Babcock, Peter-47 Babo, Anne Marie-35 Backley, Lynn-35,.l46 Bailey, Barbara-48 Baily, Catherine-35 Bailey, Michael-35 Bailey, Randy-48,l49 Bailey, Terry, 48,l55 Bailey, Virginia-48 ' Bailey, Vivian-35 Baird, Carol-48 Baird, Marianne-48 Baker. Charles-48 Baker, Jack-48 Baker, James-35 Baker, Jeffry-48,9l Baker, Michael-35 Baker, Ruth-48 Bales, Patricia-48 Ball, Denny-48 Ball, Michael-48,l54 Ball, Patricia-35 Ball, Stephen-48 Ballard, James-35 Balmes, Neal-35 Band, Steve-48 Bango, Michael-48 Baran, Daniel-48 Barber. John-48,IO7 Barber, Sarah-48 Barker, Lillian-48 Barker, Michael-48 Barker, William-48 Barkley, Louise-48 Barmore, Diane-l46 Barnard, Kathy-I22 Barnes, Ellen-35 Barnes, Leslie-48 Barnes, Reginald-48 Barnett, Clark-35 Barnett, John-48 Barnum, Sherry-35,I46 Barrett, J ustne-35 Barrett, Madaline-48,l4O Barrow, Cyd-I39 Barrow, Diedre-35 Barstad, Paul-35 Barstow, Julie-48 Bartel, Lonnie-35 Bartholomew, Gail-48 Barton, Priscilla-48 Bauman, Dale-48,9I,IlO Bayless, Charles-48 Beadle, Dan-35 Beals, Jack-48 Beard, William-35 Beasley, Jacqueline-48 Beasley, Pamela-35 Beatson, John-48 Beaudoin, Theresa-4S,I4.'2 Becchina, Matthew-48 Bechtel, Jon-48 Beck,WiImer-48 Beckley, Janet-35 Beckman, David-48 Beckman, Roger-48 Beckner, Terry-48 Bedlion, Sue-48 Bednar, Susan-48 Beecher, John-48 Behimer, Sharon-48 Belisle, Daniel-48 Bell, George-48 Bell, Robert-48 Beloat, Mary-48 Benedict, George-48 Benford, Thomas-35 Beniamin, Anna Marie-35 Benner, Thomas-48 Bennett, Bill-48 Bennett, David-35,9l Bennett, Dwight-48,lO7 Bennett, Eugene-35 Bennett, James-48 Bennett, Joseph-48 Bennett, Mary-48 Benson, Kay-48 Benson, Mary-48 Bentley, Jim-9I Bentley, Linda-35,l39 l5l,l22 Bentley. Robert-48 Benton, Eugene-36 Bergman, Otto-48,l39 Berquist, Robert-48,l37 Bernard, Arthur-49 Berry, Teresa-49 Berryman, George-l46 Berumen, Gloria-49 Bethea, Marvin-49,9I Betzer, Sharon-36 Bever, C hristine-49 Beyer, Susanne-49 Biddlecome, Kirby-49,lO4. l06 Bills, Dale-49 Bills, Wendy-49 Bily, John-49 Binder, Craig-49 Binder, John-36,l5I,IO7 Bischoff, Eric-49 Biscotti, Ladd-49 Bishop, Maxwell-49 Black, George-49 Black, LeRroy-49,85,IO7 Black, Lynda-49 Blackburn, Karolyn-49 Blackshear, Noble-36 Blackwill, Ronald-49 Blaich, Willard-49 Blaine, Thomas-36 Blair, Arloah-49 Blais, Gloria-36 Blake, Delbert-49 Blake, Linda-49 Blake, Michael-49 Blake, Patrick-49,l9O Blake, Thomas-49,l55 Blanchard, Rick-49 Bland, Carmen-49 Blankinship, Edward-36 Blanton, Barbara-Q9 Board, Barbara-49 Bodewin, Barry-49 Boen, Roberta-49 Bogard, Diane-49 Bohrer, Cinda-49 Bokamper, William-49 Bolado, Sam-49 Bolding, Mary-49 Boldt, Mark-49 Bolin, Lottie-49 Bollinger, Melvin-49 Bolt, Terry-49 Bombardier, Joyce-49 Bond, Lonnie-495 Bookout, Mike-9l Boone, William-36 Booth, James-49 Booth, John-49 Booth, Mitch-l54 Bordeaux, Douglas-36 Border, Denny-36,l46 Boscamp, Douglas-49 Bose, Muriel-49' Bosley, Nancy-36 Bounds, Marion-49 Bourne, John-49,I5O Bove, Warren-49 Bovee, Robert-49 Bowers, Carroll-36 Bowersock, Loretta-49 Bowlus, Donald-49 Bowman, Tom-36 Bowman, Walter-36 Bowyer, Mildred-49 Boyce, Michael-36,llO Boyd, Sharon-I42 Boyer, James-36 Boyer, Mawin-36 Boyer, Patrick-49 Boyle, Mary-49 Boyle, Roger-49 Boyles, Jolene-49 Brabander, Terry-49 Braden, Judy-49 Bradford, Beverly-49 Brambila, Ronald-36,l39 Bramwell, Cynthia-49 Brandon, Linda-49,l22 Branson, Karen-50 Braun, Paul-5O,l87 Bravo, Esther-50,I22 Breed, George-50 Breidwell, Karla-36 Breig, Linda-50 Brenneman, Burrell-SO Brentrup, Dale-50 Bridgeman, Amalia-50 Bridgeman, Glenn-50 Bridwell, Richard-50 Brimmer, Clinton-50 Brindley, Cathy-50 Brink, Naomi-36,l5I Briswalter, Diane-50 Britton, J udy-50 Brockman, William-50 Broeder, Patricia-36 Brooks, Rebecca-36 Broome,John-50 - Brose, Verner-50 Brown, Cynthia-SO Brown. Danny-SO Brown, David-36 Brown, Frances-5O,I44, Brown, Georgia-36 Brown, James-50 Brown, Kathryn-36 Brown, Marie-36,l59 Brown Ricci-36 Brown, Susan-50 Brown, William-50 Bruce, Michael- 50 Brumfield, William-50 Brummitt, Bruce-50 Bryant, Susan-36,I39 Budetich, Earlene-50 Buechler, Rodney-50 Buechler, Thomas-50 Bueker, Barbara-50 Bules. Theresa-l55 Bulitta, Donald-50 Bullas, William-50 Bullington, Bill-36 Bunten, Aart-I43 Burke, Annis-50 Burkett, Carol-50 Burns, Brent-50 Burns, Howard-50 Burross, Dinah-50 Bush, James-50 Butcher, Sharon-36 Butler, Ron-I32 Butterfield, Richard-50 Buys, Geoffrey-50 Bye, Christine- 50 Byrnes, Richard-50 Byron, Barrie-50 C Cain, Clair-50 Caithaml, Edward-36 Cajthaml, James-50 Caithaml, Larry-36 Calderson, Luis-50 Calhoun, Jane- 50 Calvin, Jim-36,l37 Camacho, Ruben-50 Campbell, Delbert- 50 Campbell, Michael-5O,lO7 Campbell, Richard-36 Campion, Nick-36 Canady, Mickey-SI Canafax, Edwin-SI Capitano, Joe-5l,lO7 'Carhaial, Romelia-51 C ar bonnelli, Theresa- Sl Carlson, John-SI Carlson, Richard-Sl Carmichael, Lonny-Sl Carnahan. Beverly-36 Carney. Bert-Sl Carney, Thomas-36 Carpenter, Charles-SI Carpenter, Sharon-5I Carr, Duane-l50,I87 Carr, Wilbur-36 Carrizosa. Carlos-SI Car Skaden, Mary-5I Carter, Brynn-Sl Carter, Nancy-5l Cartwright, Charles-5l Cascio, Lorretta-5I Casey, Peggy-5l,l46 Casler, Camilla-SI Castelletti, Jack-5I Castillo, Mike-5I Castro, Jerry-36 Castro, Joe- 5l Caudle, Ricky-Sl Caughran, James-36 Caviness, Steven-5I Celentano, Glenn-5I Chafitz, Harriet-5I Chambers, Greg-I46 Chancey, Lester-5l Chandler, Cherry-5I Channel, Ronald-Sl Chapman, Patricia-SI Chapman, Robert-36 Charlebois, Frances-5I,l42 Chase, Nancy-5I,l5I Chase, Stephanie-SI Chavez, Angelita-5l Chavez, Louis-5l Chavez, Lyndia-36,l22 Chavez, Raymond-5l Cheek, Dixie-5l Cheifetz, Terry-36 Chernek, Michael-36 Chew, Marjorie-5I Chiarella, Judy-36,l44 Chittester, Jeff-SI Chloupek, John-5l Chmielewski, Paul-5l Christ, Louis-5l C hristensen, Louise-5I Christensen, Sandra-36,l54 Christianse, Colin-36 Christinson, Sandy-ISS Christy, Joyce-5l,l5I Cirincione, Rosario-5I Clark, Carrol-5I,I54 Clark, Dotty-5l Clark, Gilbert-Sl Clark, Larry-5l Clark, Terry-5I Clarke, Brian-52 Clarke, Robert-52 Clawson, Darrol-52 Clayton, James-52 Clayton, Phillip-52 Clayton, Ronald-52 Clements, Margaret-36 Clifford, Colleen-52 Clifford, Howard-52 Clover, Robert-52 Clow, Tom-52 Clymer, John-52 Coates, Elma-52 Cobb, Delbert-52 Coble, Anna-52 Cobo, Agnes-52 Coburn, lnona-36 Coffey. Jacqueline-52 Coler, Linda-l22,I5l Coker, Michael-36,l5O Coker, Tom-l34,l38, I73 Colburn, Eileen-52 Cole, Karen-36,I5l,l22 Cole, Lee-36,llO Coley, Gary-52,lO4 Collier, Margaret-52 Collins, Barbara-52 Collins, Carla-52 Collins, Gary-52 Collins, Ken-52 Collins, William-52 Combs, Roberta-52 Comer. Terry-52 Communale, Joe-IO7 Compton, Dennis-52,l26 Congrove, John-52 Conlin, Joe-52 Conner, Ira-52,9I,l5l Conner, James-52 Connors, Patricia-36 Conovaloff, Anna-52 Conovoloff, Pat-I44 Conovaloff, Susan-52 Conrad, Gregory-52 Cons, Richard-36 Cook, Christine-52 Cook, Corinne-52,I22 Cook, Linda-52 Cook. Rachel-52 Cook, William-52 Cook, Raymond-52 Cooper, Linda-36 Cooper, Willie-52 Cooperman, Steven-53 Coover, Lislie-53 Copen, Vicki-53 Copp, Russell-53 Coppinger, Robert-53 Corder, Dennis-53 Corn, Ronald-53 Corn, Weldon-36 Cornelius, Carol-36, l39 Cornish, Mike-36,IlO Cornwall, David-53 Corzine, John-36 Cosand, Alice- 53 Cossey, Mike-36 Cossitt, George-53 Cotter, Judy- 53 Cottrell, Lynda-53 Court, Gerand-l39 Coulter, Vicki-36,l39 Coury, Fred-36 Cox, Bonnie-53 Cox, Carol-53 Cox, Joyce-53 Cox, Joseph-53 Cox, Valerie-37 Crabtree, Kenrick-37 Craig, Dorothy-53 Crane, Alvin-37 Cranley, Frank-37,9I Creighton, Caren-53,l46 Creighton, Claudia-53 Cressler, James-53,l44 Cresswell, Cora-37 Crews, Sally-53 Cridder, William-53 Criswell, William-53 Crites, Pamela-53 Cross, Allen-37 Crowe, Steven-53 Crowley, William-53 Crown, Elizabeth-53 Cruse, Margaret-53 Cruz, Jimmy-53 Cultum, Jackie-37 Culy. Karen-37 Cummings, Linda-53,I44 Cummins, Alan-53 Cumunale, Joe-36 Cummingham, Robert-53,86 Curry, Charles-53 Curthoys, Allsyn-37 Curtis, Charlotte-53 Curtis, Dewayne-53 Curitis, Elizabeth-53 Curtis, Sammy- 53 Cushing, Wayne-53 Cusick, Jean-53 Cuzzocrea, Laurine-53 D Dad, Marilyn-53 Dagerman, Karen-54 Da Lee, Richard-54 Dall, James-S4 Dalsi, Ann-l54 Dalsing, Claudia-54 Dalton, Jane-54 Daniels, Albert-54 Danels, Sheila-37 Danik, Linda-37 Darby, Robert-37 Darling, Frances-37 Daubs, Larry-54 Daugherty, James-54 Dauphinais Marc-54,I42 Davey, Benjamin-54 Davidson, Frankie-54 Davidson, Sandra-54 Davis, Agatha-54 Davis, Dennis-54 Davis, Gary-54 Davis, John-54 Davis, Robert-54 Davis, Roberta-54 Davis, Stephen-54 Davis, Steve-54 Dawson, Edward-37 Dawson, Jerry-54 Dawson, Kenneth-54 Day, Charles-54 Day, Mary-l12 Day, Pauline-54 Dean, Diane-54 Dean, James-54 Dean, Joyce-54 Deay, Juanita-54 Decabooter, Raymond-54 Decker, Linda-54 Decker, Robert-54 De Facio, Steven-54 De Falco, Paul- 54 DeJarnatt, James-54 De La Huerta, Ralph-54 De Miguel, Carmen-54 Demory, Stanley-37,I73 Denning, Thomas-54 Dennis, Betty-54 Dennis, Edward-37 Denver Dianne- 54 De Pippo, Paul-37 DePrima. Catherine-37 Dettwiler, Beverly- 54 Devine, Lauri-54,l46 Dew. Lee- 54 Dial, Kenneth-54 Dickover, Gary-37,lO4 Dickover, Gregory-54 Dickson, Joy-37 Dickson, William-54 Dieterick, Carol-37 Dilgard, WiIliam,54 Dill, Linda-37 Dillon, Margaret-54 Dimartino, Ronald-54 Dinchak, Ronald-37 Dismond, Sandra-54 Divine, Robert-37 Diviney, Patricia-54 Dixon, Richard-54 Dixon, Robert- 54 Dizon, Donna-54 Dobash, David-54 Dodson, Kenneth-54,l46 Dodson, Russell-54,l46 Doherty, Robert- 54 Dombey, Craig-54,IlO Dominy, Jacqueline-54 Donaldson, James-54 Doney, Bertram-37 Donna, John-54,I35 Dorsey, Malanie-55 Doss, Raymond-55 Dotterer, Carol-37,l38 Doty, Douglas-55 Dougherty, Lorna-55,l52 Dove, Mary-55 Downey, Dale-55 Downing, Bonnie-55,l5I Drake, John-55,l24 Draper, Harold-55- Dressendorfer, Pat-55 Driescher, Robert-55 Drinon, Michael-55 Droske, Thomas-37 Drown, Melissa-55 Drown, Paul-55 Drumm, William-37 Drumwright, Curtis-55 Dryer, Carolyn-55 Dubbins, Barbara-37 Duckworth, Cameron-55 Duckworth, Patsy-55 Duer, Kathleen-55 Duffy, Linda-55 Dugan, Ronald-55 Duggan, Michael-37 Duckarich, Gary-l9O Dukarich, Linda-55,l9O Du Lin, Laura-55 Dunaway, Darrell-55 Duncan, Garry-55 Duncan, Gregory-55 Duncan, Howard-55 Duncan, Larry-55 Dunham, .lerfrey-55 Dunn, Charles-37 Du Pree, Vivian-37 Duran, Ruben-55 Durkee, Shirley-55 Dyer, Lynn-55 Dynneson, Loren-I46 E Eades,Mark-37 Eaglin, Ford-55 Easley, Betty-37 Easterly, Judy-55,l35 Eberhardt, Fred-56 Echeverria, Phillip-37,l25 Eckleberry,Gayle-56 Eddings, Michael-37 Edelman, Audree-37 Edwards, Dante- 56 Edwards, Dolores-56 Edwards, Katherine-37 Edwards, Thomas-56 Egbert, William-37 Ehlers, Harold-37 Elettom, Marilyn-56,l5l Elkin, James-56 Ellis, Karen-56 Ellis, Patricia-37 Ellison, .loan-56 Ellison, Leslie-56 Elmer, Evan-56 Ely, Arden-37 Emerson, James-56 Engelking, David-37 Engstrom, John-56,I54 Enna, Victor-56 Eppinger, Joe-56 Ericson, Zelma-56 Ernspiker, Valerie-56 Erwin, Dennis-56 Esch, Vaughn-56 Espey, Billie-56 Espinoza, Steven-56,ll7 Estep, John-56,9I Estes, John-56,l46 Estrada, David-37 Estrada, John-56 Evans, Michael-37,86,l5l, IO7 Evans, Rosemary-37 Evans, Stephen-56 Evans, Vivian-56 Evans,William-37 Everhart, Darlene-56 Everhart, Mark-56 Everson, Terri-56 F Facio, Nancy-56 Faiman, Cynthia-57 Fain, Leila-57 Fair, Herman-57 Fair, Nick-Il6,Il7,l38 Faiss, Patricia-57 Faikowski, Henry-57 Falkenstein, Mark-57 Fanning, Maureen-37 Farage, David- 57 Farage, Douglas- 57 Faris, Cleta-37 Farison, Scott-57 Farnsworth, Beverly-57 Faron, Fay-57 Farrand, Mary- 57 Faust, Carol-57 Feder, Abraham-37,I37 Feeney, Frank-57 Feil, Larry-37 Feldmeier, William-57 Fenandez, Edward-57 Fenton, Craig-37,l25 Fenton, Roger-57 Ferguson, Janet-57 Ferrier, Lee-57 Ferris, Daniel-57 Field, John-57 Field, Sarah-57 Fields, Edith-58 Fields, Wilton-57 Fiern, Barney-I5l Figueroa, Joe-57 Fink, Mark-57 Fink, Sharon-37 Fish, Anne-37,l46 Fish, Carolyn-57 Fisher, Richard-57 Fischer, Suzanne-37 FitchTim-57 Fitzmaurice, Kathleen-57 Fleming, Nicholas-57 Fletcher, Michael-57 Flippin, Stanley-57 Florence, Barbara-57 Flores, George-57,I04 Flores, Rodolfo-37 Flowers, Janis-37 Flowers, Sandra-37 Flynn, Sheila-57 Foglton, Dan-I54 Fohl, Edward-57 Follansbee, Linda-57 Foltz, Terry-57 Ford, John-37,l46 Ford, Mary-57 Forest, Gary-57 Formanack, Catherine-57 Formanack, Mary-37 Forrest, Patricia-57,I44 Forselius, Arth-57 Fortner, Betty-57 Foster, Dennis-57 Foster, Linda-57 Foster, Marilee-57 Fox, Doug-57 Fox, l.B.-IS4 Franklin, Barbara-57 Frznklin, Susan-57 Franklin. Theresa-57 Frantz, Joe-57 Frausto, Virginia-38 Frazier, Samuel-38 Frearson, Keith-57 French, Georginia-38,l39 Frey, Ann-57 Friend, Margaret-57 Frkovich. James-57 Frost, Donald-57 Frost, Mary-l34,l39,l5l Frye, Michael-57 Frye, Robert-38 Fryer, Richard-57 Fuller, John-57 Fuller, Marsha-38 Fuller, Rose-58 Furcini, Angela-58 Furka, Georgia-58 Furlow. Richard-58, IO7 Furry, Lois-38 G Gable, Gerald-58 Galaviz, Loida-I55 Galindo, Rosalie-58,l22 Gallo, Julia-58 Gammill, Hale-58 Garcez, Janet-58 Garcia, Eugene-38 Garcia, Frank-58 Garcia, Gabriel-58 Garcia, Linda-58,I55 Garcia, Romana-58,I22 Garling, William-58 Garner, Sandra-I46 Garrett, Melvin-58 Garza. Gloria-58 Garza, Robert-38 Gasdia, Samuel-58 Gasper, Len-38 Gast, Thomas-38 Geary,,Cindy-38 Geist, Bonnie-58 Geohri ng, Lester-58 Gerbstadt, Andrea-38 Gericke, Ernest-58 Gericke, Frank-I44 Gewinner, George-58 Giannatti, Donald-58,I46 Gibbs, Rex-58 Giblin, Von-58 Gibson, Edgar-58 Gibson, Larry-38 Gibson, Lloyal-58 Giddings, Scott-38,86,IO7 Gigger, J ane-58 Giles, John-58 Gilkinson, Sharon-38 Gill, Silas-58 Gilleland, Pat-58 Gillespie, Ed-58,86,I5I Gillespie, Hugh-38 Gilliland, Betty-58 Gilmer, Lennox-58 Gilmere, Herschel-58 Gilsdorf, Tim-58 Giordano, Ralph-58 Gipson. Gregory-58 Girard, David-58 Girkin, Bruce-58 Givia, James-58 Glatch, William-58,9I,I5I Gleason, JoAnn-38 Gleason, William-58 Glover, Gary-58 Gobel, Leon-58 Godemann, David-59 Goeglein, Dennis-38 Golden, Dorothy-58 Goldman, Stephen-58 Gongaware, Susanne-58 Gonzales, lrene-58 Gonzales, Joe-58 Gonzales, Mitchell-58 Gonzales, Richard-59 Goodby, Elaine-59 Goodoien, Steve-38 Goodrich, Robert-59 Goodsell, Lane-38 Goodwin, Barbara-59 Goodwin, Debbie-59,l35 Goodwin, Ina-38 Goodwin, Mary-59 Gordon, Pamla-59 Gorsky, Gary-59 Gortarez, Leonore-38 Goshert. Mary-38 Goshert, William-59 Goss, Leonard-38 Gould, Marcia-59,I44 Gradillas, Leonard-59 Grace, Susan-38 Graham, Charlene-59 Graham, Rosalind-38 Graham, Rosemary-59,l5l Grant. Bonnie-59.l35,I22 Grantham, Margery-59,I44 Grassia, Joe-l32 Graves, Barbara-59 Graves, Linda-59 Graves, Lynn-59 Graves, Mary-59 Gray, Steven-59 Gary, William-59 Green, Dean-38,I25,I5I Green, Dyana-59,l55 Green, Gene-IlO Green, Lawrence-59,llO Green, Preston-59 Green, Weldon-59 Greene, Annie-59 Greene, Thomas-59 Greenwell, Al-38 Grether, Jan-59 Griffin, Cathy-59 Griffin, Jeanne-59 Griffin, Jerry-59,llO,l63 Griffin, Richard-59 Griffin, Robert-38 Griffiths, Robert-59 Grimes, Cyndi-59 Grimmett, John-59 Grinstead, David-59 Grinstead, Pamela-59 Grossman, Theodore-59 Groves, Eurdean-59 Grow, Larry-59 Guerra, Jose-38 Guerra, Oscar-59 Gugliemo, Mildred-59 Gullick, Ferron-38 Gunderson, Phillip-59 Gutierrez, Bernardo-59 Guyman, Dennis-I44 Guzzetta, Richard-59 H Haas, Constance-59 Hack. Marc-38,l44,I87 Hadley, Eleanor-59 Hager, Audine-59 Hahn, David-59 Hahn, John-59 Haily, Billy-60 Hain, Bruce-60 Halacy, Jessica-60 Hale, Jeff-60 Hall, Frances-SS Hall, Janet-60 Hall, Joyce-60 Hall, Judith-60 Hall, Kenneth-60 Hall, Ludie-60 Hall, Lucinda-60,I53 Hall. Michael-6O,l44,l46 Hall. Robert-60 Hall, Sandra-38,l24,l53 Hallock, William-6O,I44 Halvorson, Loren-60 Hamblen. Robert-60 Hames, Craig-60 Hamil, Daniel-38 Hamilton, Raymond-38 Hamilton, Terry-6O,l5l Hamm, Lynn-60 Hammer, Mark-6O,l54 Hammersley, Raymond-60 Hammon. Terry-38 Hammond, Jill-60 Hammond, William-60 Hammond, Robin-60 Hammontree, Bill-l54 Hampton, Carol-GO Hancock, Ferris Sr.-60 Hancock, Ferris Jr.-GO Hancock, Gregory-6O,86,88 Hancock, Marquita-6O,l5O Hancock, Mona-I44 Hancock, Robert-60 Haney, Chris-I39 Handley, Gary-60 Hands, Bert-60 Hanley, Jerry-60 Hanna, Lucille-60 Hanse. Cherly-60 Hansen, Kathleen-60 Hansen. Karen-60 Hanson, Charles-38,lS4 Harding, Harold-60 Hardison, Harold-60 Hardt, Bonny-38 Hardt, Gerald-38 Hargrove, Mary-60 Haring, Glenn-6O,l46 Harlan, Larry-60 Harmon, Cassandra-60 Haro, Margaret-60 Harper, Annette-60 Harper, Donna-l5l Harper, Jennifer-60 Harper, William-60 Harrel, John-6O,lO4 Harrington, Joan-60 Harrington, Kathy-l9O Harrington, Robert-60 Harris, Harris, Harris Clifford-60 Danny-60 ,James-38,I37 Harris, Jeffrey- 60 Harris, J oe-60 Harris, Robert-60 Harrison. John-60 Hart. Karon-38 Hart, Marie-60 Hart, Patsy-GO Harvey, Kenneth-38,l44 Hashem, Thomas-60 Hasvold. Susan-60 Hatton, Georgine-38 Hauger, Janice-60 Haviland, Michael-60 Havir, Alan-60 Hawk, Gail-38 Hayes, Billie-38 Hayes. Cassie-6l,I2O Hayes, Maurice-6l Haynie, Christine-38 Haynle, Christine-ISS Hays. Dane-I32 Hazle, Pamela-6l Hazzard, Connie-6I Healey, James-6l Healey, William-Bl Heaney, Mary-6I,l9O Heard, Sally-l5l Heather, Frederick-6l Hebert, Patricia-38 Hechanova, Bernabe-6I Heddens, Craig-38 Hedges, Gary-GI Heer, Ellen-6l Heflin, George-ISI Heflin, Maridean-6l Hefling, Loren-6I Hegland, Kenneth-6l Hellriegel. Robert-Sl Hemer, Wayne-38 Henderson, Dale-6l Henderson, Kathy-l32.39 Henderson. Ross-39 Henderson, Tim-6l Hendrickson, Dennis-6l Hendrix, William-6l,l46 Henley, James-61 Henningsen, Ann-I4O Henningsen, Mary-39 Hensley, David-Bl Hensley, Dennis-Bl Henson, Glenn-39 Hentz, Thomas-6l Hepworth, Elaine-6I Hering, Paul-6l Herman, James-6l Hernandez. Gabriel-6I Hernandez, Sandra-6l Hernandez, Yolanda-6I,l22 Herrera, Charles-6l Herrera, Sharon-l54 Herron, Barry-6l Heston, William-6l Heys, Fra nces-39,l38,l44 Hickcox, John-39 Hickey, David-39 Hickman. Charlene-GI Hickmott, Robert-6I Hicks, John-l42 Higgins. Michael-6I Higgins. Virginia-6l Hightower,Janet-6l Higuera, Joe-6l,86,l5l Hiles, Shirley-BI Hill, Diane-39 Hill, Elaine-l4O Hill, Laverda-6l Hill, Robert-6l Hillbert, Leslie-6l Hillebert, Rennee-l46 Hills, Kathleen-6l Hinderliter. Ronald-6l.IO4 Hindman, Billie-6l Hindman, Joseph-6I Hines, Karen-GI Hinkle, Sandra-6I Hinnen, Gay-6l Hinson, William-6l Hinrose, Richard-6l Hobbs, Gayle-6l Hobgood, Phyllis-39 Hochhaus, Stephen-6I Hoctor, Janet-GI Hodge, Carol-6l Hoefflin, George-6l,9I Hoffman, Cleo-6I Hoffman, Deborah-Bl Hoffman, Raymond-39 Hoffmaster. Portia-6l Hohnson, Ron-I43 Holaday, Sue-GI Holian, Maureen-6I Hollingshead. Dallyse-6I Hollingshead, Deanne-39 Hollobaugh, Thomas-6l Holly. Scot-62 Holm, Carole-62 Holmesley, Gail-62 Holmquist, Jeanne-62 Holsen, James-62,l46 Holt. Kevin-62 Holyoak, Lindae62 Hood, Karen-62 Hood, Roger-62 Hooper, Tia-62 Hoover, John-39 Hopson, Lionel-62 Hopwood, Garald-62 Hornback, Ronald-62 Horst, Sara-62 Horstman, Wanda-39,I4O Horton, Roger-62 Houck, George-62 Hove, Karen-39 Hovey, Richard-39 Howard, James-62 Howard, Joseph-62 Howard, Karin-62 Howard, Larry- 62 Howe, Kenneth-62 Howe, Thomas-62 Howell, Danny-39 Howell, Sharon-62,l36 Howell, Sherry-ISO Hubbard, David-39 Hubbard, Tom-I44 Huber. Catherine-62 Huber, Diane-62 Hubert, Terrence-62 Huebsch, Leona-62 Huellen, Amelia-62 Huff, Dennis-62 Huff, Robert-39 Huffmaster. Kendall-62 Hughes, Lewis-62 Hughes, Sylvis-39 Hughes, William-39 Hughes, Robert-62 Hundley, Paul-39 Hunt, Linda-62 Hunter, Clayton-39 Hunter, Lois-39 Hunter, Wenona-62 Huntington, Gary-62 Hurley, Brian-62,l40,l97 Hutcherson. Judith-62 Hutchins, Lucy-62 Hutchinson, Paul-62,I44, l46 lgo, Roy-63 Iler, Marilyn-63 llliano, Palma-63 lmsland, Marty-9l,I26,I62 lrby, Patrick-63 Irons, Gale-I55 lronside, Wilford-63 Irvine, James-63 Irwin, Roberta-62 lshikawa, Georgia-39 lver, Margaret-69 J Jack, Stephen-63 Jackson, Catheriine-63 Jackson, Delbert-63 Jackson, Lavonne-l43 Jackson, Ronald-39 Jackson, Walter-39 Jacobs, Nancy-63 James, Clarence-63 Janus. Jacobus-39 Jay, Joy-63 Jeffers, Kenneth-63 Jeffress, Lynn-39 Jexiorski, Mark-l46 Johnson, Bill-39 Johnson, Bobby-63 Johnson. Catherine-39 Johnson, Cora-63 Johnson, Darrel-I54 Johnson, Dave-63 Johnson, Dennis K.-63,l87 Johnson, Dennis N.-63 Johnson, Edith-63 Johnson, James-39 Johnson, Jean-63,I5l Johnson, Julia-63 Johnson, Lynn-63 Johnson. Marsha-63 Johnson. Roselitta-39 Johnson, Sherrilyn-63,I22 Johnson, Thom as-39 Johnson, Virginia-63 Johnston, John-39 Johnston, Troy-63 Jolliff, Gerald-63 Jones, Carl-63 Jones, Cathy-I5I,l69. I87 Jones, Carol-I22 Jones, Christine-63 Jones, Kenneth-39 Jones, Margaret-63 Jones, Theresa-63 Jones, Timothy-63 Jordan, Connie-63 Jordan, Gary-39 Jordan, Mary-63 Jordan .Nancy-39 Joyce, Patrick-63,l5O Judy, Gary-63 K Kadomoto, Nancy-63 Kaiser, Rosemary-39 Kammer, Kyle-63 Kammer. Susan-39.l38,l39 Kane, Kandee-63 Kapeller, James- 64 Kappes, Regina-64 Karem, Karen-64 Karcher, Randy-64 Kaser, Billie-64,I4O Katzenberger, William-64 Kavanaugh, John-64 Kaye, Ruth-64 Kaye, Sheri-39 Kayes, Kenneth-64 Kearns, Robert-64 Keith. David-39 Kensmoe, Bonnie-64,l2O Kent, Roy-64 Kenyon. Dennis-39 Kepers, Nick-64 Kerbel. Maurice-39 Kernan. Shirley-64 Kerrn, James-64 Kersey, Larry-39 Kershner, Lynn-64 Kessler, Alan-64 Kiekush, Roy-64 Kiekush, Roy-64 Kiekush, William-64 Killebrew, Diane-64 Killibrew. Ken-9l,l5I Killingsworth, John Killorin, James-39 Kimes, James-39 Kimsey, Jane-64 Kimura, Sharon-39 King, Ann-39 King, David-64 King, Edward-64 King, Faye-64,I4O,I43 King, Owena-l4O King, Phillip-64 Kinsman, Jim-64 Kirby, Harold-64 Kirk, Dennis-64,I46 Kirk, Donald-39 Kirsch, Josephine-64 Kish, Cheryl-4O.I39,I46 Kishel, Edward-64 Kissee, Shirley-l36 Kitchen, Gary-64 Kitchen. Harold-64 Kitterman, Kristina-64 Kitterman, Leonard-64 Kleck, B everly-64 Kleinert, Eugene- 50 Kleinhans, Stephen-64 Kleinhaus, Bob-l52 Kleinz, Stephen-64 Kline, Tom-64 Klingengerg, Ray-40 Klose, Conard-64 Knapp. James-64 Kneller, Harold-64,I55 Knight. Barbara-64 Knight, Harry-64 Knight, Josephine-64 Kinsely, John-64 Knittel, Pete-I77 Knobbe, Thomas-64 Knoebel. Kenneth-64 Knouse, Jean-64 Kober, Kenneth-64 Kocherhan, Steven-64 Koeck, Albert-64 Koehler, Linda-64 Kohn Jean-64 Kon, Winona-64 Konesky, Samuel-64 Konnoff, Peter-65 Konwith Jerold-65 Kopis, Lewis, 4O,9l Kopiak, Ladislav-65 Kopp, Norbert-65 Koppelman, Charles-65 Koppelman, Rebecca-65 Korhel, Felix-65,lO7 Korn, Larry-65 Kosiba. Joe-65.IlO Kosier, Keith-65 Keith, Thelma-39 Kotecki, Karen-65 Keller, Reed-64 Kotterman, Marshall-65 Kelley, J oh n- 39 Kozel, Shelley-65 Kelly, Dennis-64 Kramer, Robert-65 Kelly, Mary-64,I54 Krawchuk, Stella-65 Kelly, Michael-39 Krcina, Helen-65 Kelly, Maryann-64 Kress, Grant-40 Kelly, Sharyle-64 Kriebs. Georgia-65 Ken nedy. Lynann-64 Kriese, Ja net-65 Krouse, Jacqueline-65 Krueger, Jeanette. 4O,I44, I87 Kruse, Nancy-65 Kuhara, Connie-65 Kuhens, Richardf56 Kukainis, Ruth-65 Kulikov, .lanina-65 Kullos, Jerry,65,lO4,lO5, IOG Kunsan, Kerry-405 Kunsman, Sharon-65 Kunzelman, Dan-65 Kurtzman, Laura-65,l44 Kuschel, Lynette, 65 Kuzela, James-65,l42 Kyle, Kenneth-65 L LaCosta, Robert-l5O,I8'l Laird, David-I14 Lake, Terry-l9O LaLonde. Susanne-65 Lamb, Dennis-40 Lambert. Robert-66 Lambson, Eileen-405 Lammers, William-66 Lance, Kathleen Landauer, Dennis-40 Landers, Kenneth-66 Landgraf, David-66 Landis, Donald-66 Lane, Cecil-66 Lange, Betty Ann-66 Lange, Lynda-66 Lange, Roger-66,9l Lara, Ernest-50 Larremore, Sandra-40 Larsen, Dana-66 Larson, Randy-66 Lathrop, Carol-66 Latrell, Donna-66 Latter, Jack-4O,l38,l43 I39 Lauer, Jacqueline-66 Lauridsen, Sharon-66 Lawrence, Lynn-40 Lawson, Sheila-66, l46 Lay, Linda-40 Layman, Thomas-66 Layton, Gayle-66 Lazarus, Dennis-66,9l Lazzara, Linda-40 Leach, Ada-66 Leach, John-66 Leach, Meda-66 Leadford, William-66 Leblanc, John-66 Ledger, John-66 Ledgerwood, Lesley-40 Lee, Eddie-66 Lee, Gary-66 Lee, James-66 Lee, Lona-5O Lee, Muriel-66 Lee, Virginia-66 Leese, Christop her-66.I36 LeForce, Jim-66 LeForce, Rick-66,l6O,l63 Legas, Harry-66 Leidy, Craig-66 Leman, Tom-I44 Lemons, Janice-40 Lemons, Marcia-40 Lentz, Marcia-40 Lentz, Carl-66 Lentz, Daniel-66,I55 Leo, Lynda-66 Leon, Christine-66 Leon, Raymond-40 Leonard, Ada-66 Leonard, Linda-4O,l34 l38.l63 Leos, Billy-66 Lessard, Patrick-40 Lessard, Vance-66,9l,l 5l Letcher, Lou-40 Leviant, Jeanne-40 Leviant, Michael-40 Lewis, Andrew-60 Lewis. 'David-66 Lewis, Donald-66 Lewis, Samuel-66 Lewis, Steve-66 Lewis, Thomas-66 Leyva. Edward-66 Libbey. Charles-67 Leyva. Louis-66 Lichte, Cheryl-4O,l36,l39 Light. Barbara-40 Lilly. David-67 Lilly. Kevin-67 Lind, Diane-4O,l38,I39 Lindsay. Fred-67 Lindsey, Keith-67 Lindsey, Vic-9l,lO7 M Maas, Pamela-67 Mabante, James-67 Mac Arthur, Donald-67 Mackey, Stephen-67 Mackin, Anita-40 Maddox, Janis-67 Madeya, Jan-40 Magnuson, Jerry-67 Mahar, Charles-67 Mains, Kenneth-67 Malloque, Louis-40 Maloney, Jerry-67 Manes, Arthur-67 Manes, Dennis-67 Maneval, Janet-67 Maneval, Linda-40 Mangum, Brenda-67,I46 Mann, David-67 Mann. Kenneth-40,l46 Mann. 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' il5K5EjhZNE7e'S2l1Q:?if?.+!l52s3S x t ff, Q1El'flf','f'l"11 Li ngenfelter, Forrest-67 Lisonbee, Andy-67 Lisonbee, Deborah-67 Lively, Daniel-67 Loeffler, Timothy-67 Loeper, Ruth-40 Loftus. Duane-67 Logan, Dennis-67 Logerquist, Ernie-67,l46 London, Debbie-l53 Long, Gary-40 Long, Karen-67 Lopez, Louis-67 Lopez, Olivia-67 Lorette. Cleo-67 Lotton, Ronald-67 Lovett, Landonna-67 Lowery, J ames-67 Lowery, Shirley-67 Lubbenhusen. Frances-67 Lubbehusen, Yvonne- 67 Ludlow, David-67 Ludlow, Thomas-67 Lunn, Melissa-67 Lux,David-l50 Lydic, Harold-67 Markey, Paula-I44 Markham, Donald-40 Markins. Margaret-67 Marolf, Ronald-67 Marr, Larry-67 Marsh, Keith-68 Marshall, Carol-40 Martin. Beverly-40 Martin, Courtland-68 Martin, David-68 Martin, Elena-68 Martin, Jerry-68 Martin, Melvin-68,IO7 Martin, Randall-68 Martin. Ronald-40 Martin, Sherri-40 Martinez, Barbara-68 Martinez, Eloisa-4Q Martinez, Frederick-68 Martinez, Sam uel-68 Masisak, Richard-40 Mason, James-68 Mason, Linda-68 Masters, June-68 Mastin, Robert-68 Mathalia, Richard-68 Mathews, David-68 Mathews, Gilbert-68 Mathews, John-68 Mathews, Sondra-68 Mathieu, James-68 Mathis, Londa-68 Mathis, Ronald-69 Mathis, Sharon-68 Matiella, Carlos-68 Matsumoto, Kay-68 Matthews, Gordon-68 Mattison, Jeffrey-69 Mattson, Lynn-68 Matz, Seena-40 Mawby, Marion-40 Maxwell, Janice-l24,l53 Maxwell, Joan-68,l53 May, Carol-l97 May, Joe-40 May, Michael-68 May, Robert-68 Maya. Samuel-68,9I Mayberry, Keith-68 Maynard, Kenneth-40 Maysonet, Victor-68 Maywald, David-68 NlCBrid2. Barbara-68 McBride. Glenda-68 MCarthy. Michael-40 McCarty, Steve-68 McCawley, Charles-68 McCloskey, Darsie McConnell, Michael-68 McCormick, lma-69 McCowan, Otis-69,ll0 McCoy, Stephen-69 McCrory, Jimmy-69 McCue, Richard-69 McCullough, Betty-40 McCully, Dana-69 McDarby, Darlo-69 McDavid, Bruce-4O.l24 McDonald, Albert-40 McDonald, Michael-69,l49 McDonald, Wilson-l69 McElrath, Sally-40 McElvain, Mark-40 McEntire, Charles-69 McGeorge, Thom as-69 McGill, Lyle-69 McGuire, Jay-40 McGuire, John-69,lOO McGuire, Mark-69 McGuire, Patrick-69 McGuirk, Richard-69 McHatton, Jared-60 Mclntyre, Barbara-40 ' Mclntyre, Ernest-69 McKee, Karen-69 McKenzie, Fred -69 McKim, Linda-40 McKim, Morris-69 McKisson.DonaId-69 McKisson, Melinda-40 McLaughlin, Karen-69 McLaughlin, William-69 McLaws. Ellsworth-69 McMackin, Merrilyn-69 McMahon, Grace-69 McMannis, Sue-69 McMillam. Allen-40 McMilliam, Ronald-69 McQuade, Mlichael-69 McQuarrie, Ron-l4'6 McQuistiom, Phil-69 McVety, Richard-69 Macham, Nancy-69 Medrano, Reys-69,IIO Meeks, Clare-69 Megens, Hans-40 Melander, James-69 Melendez, Abel-69 Melton, Julius-40 Melvin, Virginia-69 Mendoza, Alexander- 69 Mendoza, Ida-69 Mendoza, Silvia-69,l46 Mercado, Lucia-70 Meredith, James-70 Merkel, Gregory-7O,9I Merrick, Stephen-7O.l37 I44 Mertz, Kathleen-70 Messerschmidt, .loan-70 Metheny, Sandra-40 Meyer, Raymond-7O,l24 Micer, Margaret-l4O Michael, Walter-70 Michalka, Geraldine-70 Michunovich, Steve-4l Michelena, Louise-I46 Middleton, Edgar-70 Milam, James-70 Miles, Diane-4l Miller, Betty-70 Miller, Candace-70 Miller, Charles-70 Miller, Christine'7O Miller, Daisy-70 Miller, David-4l,l25 Miller, Edward-70 Miller, Glenn-70 Miller, James-4l Miller, Kerry-70 Miller, Linda-70 Miller, Marilyn-70 Miller, Melanie-4l Miller, Rebecca-70 Miller, Robert-70 Miller, Terry-70 Millhouse, Susan-70 Mills, Dennis-70 Mills, Earnie-4l Mills, Robert-4I Mills, Ruth-4l,l5O Mindrup, Linda-70 Miner, Ronald-70 Mingus, Ronald-70 Minton, Laura-l97 Minton, Nora-7O,l4O Mitchell, Cheryl-4l Mitchell, Donna-7O,l46 Mitchell, David-4l Mitchell, Lizbeth-70 Mitchell, Michael-70 Mitchell, Michael-70 Mitchell, Patrick-70 Mizer, Margaret-7O,l39 Mock, David-70 Mohamed, Barbara-4I Mohn, Patricia-70 Monday, Ronald-4I Montagno, Lois-70 Montgomery. Gary-l49 Montoya. James-4I,IlO Montoya, Kathleen-70 Moody, Lois-70 Moody, William-70 Moon, Earl-70 Moore,ArnoId-4I,l39 Moore, Constance-70 Moore, David-70 Moore. Gerald-70 Moore, John-70 Moore, Lee-4l Moore, Michael-70 Moore, Patricia-70 Moore, Sharon-7O,I55 Morado, Armando-4l,l04, lO5,lO6 Morales, Lorenzo-7O.l24 Moran, Rina-70 Moran, Theresa-70 Moreno, Gilbert-70 Moreno, Michael-4l Moreno, Sandra-7O,l55 Morgan, Harry-70 Morgan, Martin-70 Morgan, Rosemary-B9 Morley, Bonnie-70 Morley. James-4l Mornin, Dan-70 Morris, Hannah-70 Morris, Mary,7O Mortenson, Steve-7l Morton, Charles-7l Moses, Bill-I9O Mothershead, William-7l,88 Motian, Martin-7l Motte, Michael-7l Motte, Patricia-7l Moulis, Robert-7l Moulton, Marlene-7l Mower, Terry-7I,l54 Mowers, Frances-7l,l22 Mozes, Josef-4I Mueller, Donna-7l Mueller, William-7I Mukwaya, Benedict-7l Mullen, Connie-7I Mullen, Kathleen-4l Mullins, Carl-7l Mundy, Erma-4I Munro, Robert-7l Murcado, Lucy-l55 Murfin, Virginia-7I Murphy, Deborah-7l Murphy, Edgar'4l Murphy, Edward-4l,l38,l39 Murray, Judith-7l Murray, Tyler-7l Myer, Robert-4l Myers, Charlotte-7l Myers, Geraldf4l Myers, James-4I Myers, Ray-I46 Myers, Robbin-7l,l46 N Nacinovich, David-7I Nakazawa, Anthony-7l,9I Napier, Robert-7I Nardo, Vida-4l Nash, Carmen-7I,l44 Nasser, Samuel-7l Nastasi, Michael-7l Naviolcaitis, Rosemary-7I Nawrot, Gary-7l Naylor, Gary-7l Neeley, Beatrice-4l Neely, Dennis47l Neider, Gary-7l Nellis, Carol-4l Nelson, Allen-7l Nenson, Jeffrey-7l Nelson, Jon-7I Nelson, Karen-7I,l2O Nelson, Richard-7l Nelson, Steven-7l Nestel, Barbara-7l Neville, David-7l,l52 Nevlis. John-4l Newbrough, Larry-4l Newcomb, Brenda-71 Newell, Fred-7l Newman, Patricia-7l,l 54 Newman, Stephen-4l Newman, Warren-l43 Nibbelin, Charles-7I Nichols, Gregory-7I Nichols, Roberta-7I Nicholson, Margaret-7l Nicklaus, Andrea-7l,l Sl Nielse, Cheryl-7I Nielsen, Suzanne-I44,l87 Nitchals, Ralph-7I Noback, Dennis-7l Nolte, Kenneth-4l Nordby, Darlene-7l,l2O, l5I,l22 Noriega, Yolanda-42,l2O, I22,l5I Norwood, Joe-42 Novak, Gregory-42 Novak, Victoria-42 Nowak. Lee-42 Nuanez, Buddy-7l Nnn, Leslie-7l Nunn, Olive-7l Nunn, Steve-l37 O Oberan, Stephen-7l Obert, Jean-7I O'Brien, Charles-42 O'Brien, Sean-7l O'Connell, Jack-l37 Ogden, Walter-7l Okamoto, Grace-42 Okuma, Faith-72 Okuma, Phillip-72 Oldfather, Robert-72 Oldham, Sharon-72,l48,2l6 Olibarria, Joe-72 Olives, Gloria-42 Olson, Danny-42,ll6,ll7 l54 Olson, Donald-72 Olson, Jack-42 Olson, Leona-42 Olson, Richard-72 Olson, Robin-72 Olson, Timothy-42 Onstott, Karen-72 Opsitos, Richard-42.l54 Orbaugh, John-42 O'Reilly, Thomas-72 Orlich, Genevieve-72 Orozco, Gerarada-72 Orr, Claudia-72 Orr, Hellene-72 Ortega, Clem-9l.lO4 Ortega, John-72,9l Osborn, James-42,I25 Overby, Sheryl-72,l5l Owen, Joyce-72 Owen, Lynda-72 P Pablo. Sally-72 Padilla. Paul-72 Padrick. Karen-72 Page, Dorothy-72 Page, Edsell-72 Pagel, Pamela-72 Paiewski, John-72 Pakula, Jean-42 Palmer, Dave-S6,88,89. l49,lO7 Palmer, Terry-42 Palmisano, Carol-42,l46 Palmisano, Cecilia-72 Pampel, Beverly-72 Panther, Richard-42 Parker, David-72.l54 Parker, Rose-42 Parks, Diane-72 Parks, James-72 Parrish, Connie-72 Parrish, Gregg-72,IlO Pascale, Colleen-l46,l49, l48 Patek, Bruce-72 Patrenos, Francis-42 Patrick, Ronald-72 Patterson, John-72 Patterson, Ruth-72 Patterson, Valerie-42 Patton, Samuel-42 Paulick, Ann-72 Paulsen, Loren-73 Pauoggi, Eugene-73 Payne, Edith-73 Payne, Wallace-73 Pearce, John-73 Pearlman, Geri-42 Pearson, Earl-42 Pease, Harold-73 Pebbles, Dennis-73 Peel, Jane-73 Pegg, James-73 Pendergrass, Robert-73 Penge, Gordon-42 Pennell, Alfred-42 Pepper, Calvin-72 Perdue, Phillip-I44 Perkins, George-42 Perkins, John-42 Perkins, Patricia-73 Perricone, Sylvia-42 Perrine, Evelyn-43 Perry, Diane-42 Perryman. James-73,I 52 Perryman, Patricia-42 Peters, Iris-73,I22 Peters, Phyllis-42 Petersen, Margaret-42 Peterson, Edward-42 Peterson, Fred-73 Peterson, Nancy-42 Peterson, Wayne-l46 Petroff, Nancy-42 Petty, Jim-73 Pharr, Janie-73 Phillips, Bob-42 Phillips, Charles-73 Phillips, .loan-73 Phillips, Lawrence-72 Phillips, Richard-73 Philpot, Ralph-42 Pickett, Wilson-I42 Pierce, Greg-l37 Pierce, Jerel-73 Pike, Loren-73 Pina, Victoriano-llO Pinedo, Ralph-42 Pinon, Rosario-42 Pixler. Paul-42,l46 Plasencio, Martimiano-73 Playans, .lan-73,l2O Plew, John-73 Plummer, James-442 Plummer, Patricia-42 Polenske, Janet-73 Pollock, Norma-73,l36,l52 Polyi, Patricia-73 Pomeroy. Joan-73 Pompa, Joe-73 Popoff, William-73 Porter, John-l43 Potter, Darrell-42 Potter, Janis-73 Potter, Sheryl-73 Poulos, Georgia-42 Powers, Milton-73,9I Poyner, Harold-73,l46 Pratte, Ronald-73 Prennace, Arthur-73 Prenovost. Joan-73 Presrnyk, Geraldine-73 Price, Barbara-73 Price, Betty-42 Price. Ellen-73 Pridemore, Michael-74 Propeck, Marlene-74 Propeck, Randy-74,9l Pulliam, Earl-42 Purvis, John-74 Pyle, Barbara-l46 R Rabbitt, Lydia-43 Raetzel, Carolyn-74 Rahn, Keith-74 Raia, Kenneth-43 Raker. Mary-43 Ramey, Anna-74 Ramirez, Ancie-l55 Ramirez, Bonnie-l55 Ramirez, Esmer-I22 Ramirez, Yvonne-74 Ramsower, Barbara-74 Ranck, Charles-43 Randall, Dennis-74 Raney, Beverlie-74 Ransom, Cheryl-43,l39 Raper. David-74 Rapp, Bryan-74 Ratcliff, Michael-43 Rath, James-74 Rathsman. Donald-43 Rathsman, Katharine-74 Ravella, John-74 Ravella, Neil-74,l5O Ravenhorst, Cheryl-43,l36, I44 Rawnsley, Thomas,74 Ray, Connie-74 Ray, Joette-74 Rayle, Don-74 Reafleng, Linda-74 Reagan, James-74 Reconic. Debbie-l97 Redfern, Linda-43 Reed. Dean-74 Reed, James-74 Reed, Judith-74 Reed, Kathleen-74 Reeder, John-74 Reichle, Helen-43,I39,I4O Reid, Robert-43 Reid. Thomas-74.I44 Reid, William-74 Rexall, Ted-l97 Riverez, Bill-l55 Replogle, Donna-74 Rexall, Teddie-74,l9O Reyer, Caroline-l53 Reynolds. Barbara-74 Reynolds, Beverly-43 Reynolds. Carol-74 Reznik, Deborah-I44,l9O Reznik, Jimmy-I87 Rheavme, Peggy-75 Rice, John-43,lO7 Richard, Dianna-75 Richards, Edward-75 Richards, Michael-43 Richards. Robert-75 Richards, Tommy-75,l26 Richardson, David-75 Richele, Helen-l55 Riedei, Raymond-443 Rincon, Manuel-75 Ring, Charles-75 Ring, Robert-75 Rioias, Eliezar-43 Ripley, Roger-75 Ritter, Pat-75 Ritter, William-43 Rittich, Susan-75 Rivard, Raymond-43 Riveras, William-75 Roberts, Franklin-75 Robideau, Rodney-75 Robins, Dennis-43 Robinson, Barbara-75 Robinson, Dale-75 Robinson, Mary-75 Robinson, Norida-75 Robinson, Robert-43,l5O Robson. Robert-75 Rockett, Janet-75 Rockwell, Barbara-75 Rodrigues, Kenneth-75 Rodriguez, Brigida-75 Rodriguez. Lerry-43 Roer, Dorothy-75 Roesch, Donald-75 Roever. Barbara-43 Rogers, Jennifer-75 Rogers, Kathleen-75 Rogers. Margene-43 Rogers. Trudy-75 Rogovin, Diane-43 Roland, Jill-43 Rome, Walter-43 Romero, Joe-75,91 Ronan, Roy-75 Root, Storm-43 Root, William-43 Roper, Kenneth-75 Rose, Gary-75 Rose, Terry-75 Rosenberger, William-75 Rosenfeld, Paul-75 Rosenlof. Jay-75 Rosenstein, Bruce-43 Ross. Gary-75 Ross, Robert-75 Ross, Ronald-75 Ross, Samuel-75.9l Rott, Carolyn-75 Rountree, William-75 Rowe, Barbara-43 Rowe, .lohn-75 Rowe. Larry-75 Rowe, Mary-43 Roy. Ellen-75 Rubio, Maria-ID Rumble, Danny-43,l46 Ruminski, Rita-43,I36,I73 Rutherford, Mary-75 Ryden, John-IIO S St. Amour, Ralph-75 St. Andre, Daniel-75 St. Clair. John-75 St. John, David-75 St. Pierre, Donald-75 Salas, Dennis-ISS Salas. Mary-75,l2O,l22 Salazar, Gloria-75 Salazar, Matilda-75 Salazar, William-75 Salmon, Judy-75 Salvers, Don-75 Samaniego, Michael-75 Sanabria. Rafael-76 Sand, Wayne-76 Sanders, Janice-76 Sanders, Kirby-43 Sanders, Larry-76 Sanders, Linda-76,l36,l54 Sanderson, Kay-I5O Sanderson, Sharon-43 Sandoval. Rudy-76 Sartoris, Maribel-76 Saverbrey, Gwendolyn-76 Saunders, Linda-ISO Saunders, Roger-43 Saunders, Sandra-76 Saylor, Mary-43 Scannell, Catherine-76 Scavarda, Ken-76 Schaefer, Carolyn-76 Schaefer, Chrystal-76 Schafer, Larry-43 Schanno, Paul-76 Schatzer, Bruce-76,llO Scheer, Richard-76 Scheibel, Gregory-76 Scheitlin, Kenneth-76,I87 Scheuch, Richard-76 Schiappa, Gloria-76 Schiew, Barbara-76 Schilling, Conrad-76 Schindler, Charles-76 Schleiger, Reese-76 Schmunk, Vivian-76 Schneider, Dorothy-76 Schoen, George-76 Schroeder, Daniel-76 Schroeder, Suzanne-76 Schulke, Susan-76 Schultz, Dale-76 Schumaker, James-77 Schutte, Paul-76 Schwan. Twila-76 Schwartz. Jon-43 Schwartz, Richard-76 Schweika rt, Thomas-43 Schwiebert, Jean-43 Schwoegler, Dennis-76 Scofield, Jon-II7 Scott, Kay-76 Scott, Nicholas-43,9I,IO4, l26,l37 Scott, Stephen-76 Scrivano, Jerry-43,I46 Seacat. Carl-43 Searls, Kenneth-76 Searls, Thomas-76 Sebasty, Joan-76 Sechena, Janet-76 Seeber, Donna-76 Segerman. Dorothy-76 Segond, Sonja-76 Segovia, Carlos-76 Seifried, John-43 Seligman, .lane-43 Selinsky, Mildred-76 Severance, Robert-76,l90 Seymour, Shirley-43 Shambaugh, Jerry-76 Shannon. Gerald-76 Shannon, Michael-76 Sharp, Stephen-76 Sharpe, Billie-76,l35 Shaver. Donald-llO,l25,ISI Shea,Judith-76 Sheats. David-76 Sheehan, Nancy-76 Sheldon. Betty-76 Shelton, Bobbie-76 Shelton, Janice-76 Shelton, Larry-76 Shepard. Elbert-43 Shepard, Scott-76 Sheppard, Michael-76 Sherman, Alanna-77 Sherman, Arlene-77 Shinkle, Linda-43 Shinn, Stephen-77 S"1irlaw, Wayne-77 Shoemaker, LeAnne-77 Sholar, Russel-43 Short, Diane-77 Short. Kathleen-77,l44 Shultz, Dale-IO7 Shumake, James-44 Siebentritt, Michael-77 Sierman, James-44 Sievertson. Donna-77 Sikes, Kenneth-77 Silcott, Michael-77 Silva, Agustin-77 Simcoe, Lee-77 Simmons, Dianne-77,l44 Simmons, Gordon-77 Simmons, Linda-77 Simon. Gary-77,l42 Simpson, Thomas-9I Sinclair, Max-77 Sirocky, David-77 Skinner, Linda-77 Skousen, Barbara-44 Skupien, David-44 Skupien, Lois-77 Slack, Christine-77 Slade, Marsha-77 Slaughter, Ricky-77 Sloan, Robin-77 Smidt. James-77 Smith, Adley-44 Smith, Stephen-77 Smith, David-44 Smith, David-77 Smith, Donald-44 Smith, Earl-77 Smith, James-77 Smith, Jerry-77 Smith, .loyce-44 Smith, Joyce-77 Smith, Judith-77 Smith, Judy-77 Smith, Lawrence-77 Smith, Linda-77,ISI,l52 Smith, Marion-77,I4O Smith, Michael-77,9l Smith, Pamela-77 Smith, Patricia-77 Smith, Paul-77 Smith, Sandra'44 Smith, Shan-77 Smith, Sharon-77 Smith, Shirley-77 Smith, Steven-77 Smith, Stephen-77 Smith. William-44 Smith. Willie-77 Snell. Patricia-77,I5I Snelling ,Grace-44 Sniffen, Jacque-44,I36 Snyder, .lack-44,l25 Snyder, John-44 Somero, Mark-77 Sorden, Cheryl-77 Sorensen, Kenneth-77 Soto, Nellie-77 Soutl1..Iames-77 South, Linda-77 Spacek, Patricia-77,l44 Spangler, Janice-77 Sparkes, Michael-44 Sparks, Billie-44 Speed. Robert-77 Speer, John-I9O,l97 Spencer, John-44,I38 Spera, Henry-77 Spttnagel, Janice-77 Spieles, Richard-77 Spinella, Franances-77.l49 Spitler, Daniel-44,II6 I34,I38,l39,l49,l5l, I54,I72 Springer, Thomas-77 Spude. Karen-78 Spurlock, David-78 Stafford, Mary-78 Stair, Sandra-78,l2O,I22. Stallings, Nancy-78 Stamler, Doris-78 Stancill, Paul-78 Stanford, Carolyn-78,l44 Staples, Dayna-44 Stark, Danny-78 Starr, Nina-78 Staton, Mark-78 Stay, Toni-78 Stecker, Daniel-78 Stein, Nancy-78 Stein, Sharon-78 Steinberg, Ronald-78,l5I Stell, Samuel-78 Stell, Thomas-44 Stenwall, Kathryn-78 Stephens, Avis-44 Stephenson, Fredrick-44 Stephenson, .lo Ann-78 Stern, William-78 Sterner, John-78 Sterner, Marion-44 Steuber, Thomas-78 Stevenson, Vicki-78 Stewart, John-78 Stewart, Virginia-78 Staine. Mary-78 Stitz, Thomas-78 Stoll, Dennis-78 Stoltzfus, Sharon-7S,l 50 Stone, Allen-78 Stone, Diane-78 Stone, Elizabeth-78 Stone, Jerry-44 Stoneall, J.-I49 Stout, Henry-44,86,88, lO7,l43,I5l Strain, Kirk-78 Stratton. Charles-44 Strauss, Donna-78,I48,2I6 Strauss, Linda-44,I34 Strautman,-Arnold-78 Strefeler, William-44 Stretch, Phillip-78 Strickland, Sue-78 Stringer, Michael-78 Strole, Michael-44,II7 Strome, Edward-78 Stroud, Kristina-78 Strubel, Deborah-l44,I87 Studer, Ann-44 Studer, William-78 Stutls, Patrick-44 Stumpp, Fred-44 Sullivan. David-78 Sullivan, Kathy-78 Sullivan, Ralph-78 Sullivan, Rebecca-78 Susoeff, Stephen-78,l49 Swaim, William-78 Swanson ,Donna-78 Swanson, Mark-78 Swartz, Clara-78 Sweeney, Kathy-78 Sweeney, Leonard-86.88, IO7,I5l Sweeny, Linda-I42 Swenson, Karen-79.l5I,l53 Swiech, William-44 Swindig, Emily-44 Switzer Catherine-44 Swokla, Cheryl-44,l39 T Tadano, Audrey-44 Taft, Patricia-79 Talbott, Billy-79 Talbott. Susan-44 Tanita, David-79 Tarango, Fermin-79 Targgart, Judith-79 Tatum. Elberta-44 Tatum, John-I87 Taylor, Bob-l43 Taylor, Carla-79 Taylor, Jeanne-79 Taylor, Marvin-79 Taylor, Rick-79 Tearney, Barney-86,lO7 Teders, Victor-44 Tedeslhi, Salvatore-79 Tellman, Frederick-79 Terbush, Richard-44 Thacker, Cheryl-79 Thaden, Katheryn-79,l36 Tharp, Patrica-79 Theiss, John-79 Thiessen, Berniece-79 Thim, Sharron-79 Thoen, Larry-IIO Thomas, Anthony-79 Thomas, Bert-79 Thomas, Bette Jo-79,l24, l5I,l52 Thomas. Bill-79,l5O Thomas, Cathy-79 Thomas. Christine-79 Thomas. Patricia-79 Thomas, Richard-79 Thomason, Diane-79 Thompson, Carl-44 Thompson, Kathleen-79 Thompson Lyman-79 Thompson,Paul-79,llO Tl1oreson,TekIa-44 Thorley, Douglas-llO Thorpe, Patricia-79 Thrower, Artie-79 Tibby, Eileen-45 Tibken, Ellen-79 Tice,Sharon-79 Times, Philip-79 Tinstman, Gary-45,I46 Tobias, Wilma-45 Toliver William-79 Tolmachoff, John-79 Tolson, James-79 Tonk, James-79 Tornberg, Larry-'79 Tovar, Jesus-79 Towner, Robert-45 Townsend, Jerry-45 Treadway, Betty-79 Treadway, John-45 Treadwell, .lan-45,l44 Trepas, Donna-79 Trible, Dennis-79 Tristano, Karen-79 Troy, William-79 Truiillo, Marta-79 Trunzo, Elizabeth-45,l36, I63 Tsunoda, Aiko-45 Tucker, Danny-79 Tucker, Sharon-79 Turek, Richard-45 Turetzky, Pat-45 Turiano, Bici-SO Turnage, Marvin-80 Turner, Gilbert-80 Turner, Ronald-80 Turnier, .loan-80 Tussing, Rodney-80 Tuttle, Russell-8O,l46 Tweedy, Michael-l46,l87 U Ulery, Cynthia-80 Ukinger, Mary-80 Umlauf, Janice-45 Undendown, Emily-SO Unkrich, Betty-80 Urban, Bonnie-45 Urbassik, Bernard-80 V Vail, David-45 Vail, John-80 Villancourt, Susan-80 Valdez, Dennis-45,l46 Valdivia, Henry-SO Valente, Frances-80 Valverde, David-80 Van Camp, Margaret-45 Van Derbilt, Linda-8O,l9O Van Dermate, Terry-80 Van Fleet, Linda-80 Van Landingham, Carrol-80 Van Meter, Carole-8O,l39 Van Meter, Richard-80 Van Pul, Cornelia-45 Van Sickle, Harold-BO Van Tuyl, Carol-80 Vandenberg, Franklin-80 Vanderwagen, Edward-80 Vandsdell ,Gregory-80 Vangraam, Christine-45,l5l, I22 Varela, Erlinda-80 Varner, Carol-80 Varney, Richard-ISI Varnum, Eddie-8O,l44 Varty, Keith-80 Vaughn, Boyd-80 Vaught, Pat-45 Vaught, Stephen-45 Venturi, James-45 Verla, Linda-ID Veronin, Andrea-80 Vickroy. John-80 Villa, Gilbert-SO Villasenor, Gildardo-45 Vinay, Diana-80 Vincent Holly-45 Virden, Steve-45 Vodrazka, Linda-80 Voigt. Loree-80 Voigt, Robert-45,l46,l87 Voitko, John-I44 Voitko, John-BO Vollmer, Carl-80 W Wade, Dorothy-SO Wade, Regina-80 Wagenfehr, Michael-45,I87 Wagg, Linda-8O.l44 Wagner, Herbert-80 Wagoner, James-80 Wahl, Linda-80 Waisner, Terry-80 Walke, William-80 Walker, Donald-SO Walker, Robert48O,II7 Wall, Richard-80 Wallace, George-45 Wallace, William-80 Wallenberg, Maraline-80 Wallentinson, Lawrence-80 Wallick, Scott-8O,I25 Wallin, Robert-80 Walsh, David-80 Walsh, Robert-SO Walters, Jack-ISO Walters, Pamela-45 Walters, Roger-80 Waltman, Gordon-45,l39 Walton, Philip-45 Walton, William-SO Ward, Charles-8I Wardell, Reese-8I Warmuth, Mary-45 Warner, Roxanne-SI Watkings, Nancy-SI Watson, Carolyn-8l Watson, John-8I Watson. Margie-45 Watterson, Walter-8I Wawro, Susan-Sl Weaver, James-I87 Weaver, Robert-Sl Webb, Lavern-SI Webb, Sara-Sl Webber, Philip-Sl Weber, Fra nces-45 Weber, Thomas-SI Webster, Janet-45 Webster, William-Sl Weed, Elizabeth-81 Weideman, Dolores-Sl Weideman, Patricia-8I Weigele, Walter-SI Weiner, Aileen-45 Weiss, Michael-SI Welch, Donley-Sl Welch. George-SI Welch, Michael-Sl Welch. Nona-45 Welker, Chris-8l,l46 Welker, Glenn-45 Wells. Karen-45 Wendt, Gary-Sl Wentz, Charles-Sl Wenzlawski, Gail-8l Wertz, Sharon-8l West, Ida-Sl Westerdalh, Susan-Sl Weston, Harry-Sl Weston, Sue-45,l46 Wheeler, Thomas-Sl Whelpley. Gerald-8I Whitaker, Daniel-Sl Whitaker .lohn-8l White. George-Sl White, Jere-SI White, Kay-Sl White, Lora-Sl White, Lori-l46 White, Pat-l36,l5I White, Russell-Sl White, William-Sl Whitlock. 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Mau min! 11' H HFWH W v-'H Ji 11 A 4 M15 ,,,,,gg,"...xa W A ,.,. u.,,,,?q??H X' H 1,Q1,1..N5f , Alu" 22? vim Sv , ff vii- -' 4,135 gf, ,QQ nw w M H uw m EESESEEESESEHSEH f-"'...?F aiu , Aug W .aff-:F-zanmk w'Qf:'::.a.-L 'Y L , gf' W f -,.1-af.:-. ww, r-V,-4:,Q....,., H2121 4315... s Q Q v , 113 -Zh, H we v 11 I' ,S--a 5 A--4 Y4, mx ,M um H After what have appeared to be insurmountable staff problems, the l968 EL ENO has gone to Dress. When we accepted the job n December of I967, we realized :hat it was going to take a tre- nendous effort to get production Tinally started. However, we were not alone in our desire to see a yearbook published. We would like to thank the ad- ninistration and staff members for their cooperation in seeing this book through to its comple- tion. Our Photography Editor, David Yamamoto contributed greatly with many prints of his own and ay helping organize a very im- nortant department of yearbook aroduction. Mr. Roy Jordan and his staff in photographers Lyle McGill, AV, including Nick Campion. George Houck, Ray Hoffman and Walter Jackson receive our thanks and appreciation for their contributions and advice. Also, we must thank Mr. John Gustafson for his fine work and prints from the MCJCD photo lab. The distinctive cover design is the work of Miss Colleen Clifford, an art major at GCC. We can't possibly express our entire thanks to Mr. Conrad Bayl ley. With endless patience and good humor, he carefully direct- ed and helped us in our efforts at editing a 2l6 page book. He not only taught us the essentials which are necessary if a person is going to plan layouts, write copy, scale pictures, count characters, conduct interviews - the list is endless-but he rolled up his sleeves t6 work along with us wherever it was necessary. l-le was our advisor and much more thanthat. After what has literally been a year's effort, the book is fin- ished. ln it we have attempted to record the highlights of a truly remarkable and memorable year in the short history of Glendale Community College. An outstand- ing faculty, administration and staff have provided the stimulus for outstanding student accomp- lishment from the debate hall to the stage to the athletic field. We feel that our college is right- fully gaining a reputation for ex- cellence and are proud to have been associated with it in our capacity as yearbook editors for IQ67-68. -ss W ails' if , H ii 'Y 1: l ,vu ,T gif ? i , , H W. ...l IP-A 1 - 1 1 ,., W., 1 fi" L"" ' '.,r'. ' 1 11 A if 1 A 1- ' 1 4 A -1 11, 1 1 ' 1 1 1 -11 . 'V 1 ' '11 ' -1 ii , , , 'll 1 - 1 ' ' ' 1 1 W. - , 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 , 1 11 ' 1 V - N L N ' I V 1 1 . Y W Y H ' 1- 1 W 'I 1 11 sg- '1 .Z W -- I 3. - . 11 . , 1 1 , . i -1, 1 . 1,1 7 1, 1' I' I V I 1". 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