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W ' i JH f(1i ' H. Y Jt :J?VU. JjeAt We 9or et . . . r2 THE NAMES AND FACES OF OUR FELLOW STUDENTS aj 15 -f. GLEND ALE COLLEGE GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA }une 16, 1949 % •• i ' .. - . 4 U? ..]i 5 c S S ' z l . _. 15 o ' 16 .. ' .! 17 „ ...;..t ...y. 18 ' tr ' ib p ,...|j. 21 .7i taf! i . 22 .Qdmlt ... SMiMift Mtt; Ill •. % " oLa le. euLu L 1949 GLENDALE COLLEGE GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA Table of Contents GRADUATES 7 ADMINISTRATION 35 GOVERNMENT 47 ATHLETICS 61 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS 91 CLUBS 97 ACTIVITIES 115 jCal eata STAFF EXECUTIVE EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY GRADUATES GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION ATHLETICS CLUBS ACTIVITIES F ACULTY ADVISOR Henry Whitney Robert Nellis Don Keller Norman Rossell Jo Ann Sopp Russell Miller, Ralph Handy Nancy Pinkerton Aleene Barnes, Marcia Root Mr. Derrill Place IT Long Beach City College Los Angeles City College DEDICATION 1949 marks Glendale College ' s first year after reaching the age of majority. In twenty-two years of provid- ing education and opportunity for the youth of this area she has come a long way from the orphan days of 1927, when Glendale College was no more than a vacant wing of Glendale hiigh School. A fitting recognition of her maturity was last year ' s acceptance of Glendale College into the Western States Conference. With a fine campus, modern facilities, and a superb faculty, Glendale College is moving in her rightful place in the ranks of the major junior colleg es of the Southland. And so, it is to Glendale College and to her future as a member of the Western States Conference, that we proudly and respect- fully dedicate the 1949 La Reata. turn Junior Colleq Pasadena City College John Mulr College Compton College «««««««««««««««« ««««««««««««« GRADUATES N« . i. Rodger Alexander Phyllis E. Alden Roy Ashcraft Barbara Appel Jack Ancona Beryl Barnes Richard Banks Don Bailey Nancy Baum Barbara Bashor Priscilla Bartran Bob Beatle Darrell Beckley Richard Beck-Meyer William Bell Bob Belnap Myron Benge Jule Benke Renetta Bennewate Joan Benson Leiand Borgan Eugene Boring Beverly Brock Wayne Boydston Fred Bos ' Darlene Carroll Don Carter Tom Cates Eugene Cavadini Don Chapton Bob Chase Evelyn Christie John Cipperly Ellen Clark Bill Clark Jerome Clemens Carolyn Clendenen PAGE 12 Ellena Colemar Robert Cole Barbara Cochr Thomas Collins Tony Colby Donna Craft Beverly Cox James Coops Nancy Crawley Barbara Crawford John Crain Bill Crevier Roger Grossman Joe Crown Joe Culp Ralph Curtis Laura Cypher Robert Daetwyler Gloria Davis James Day Lucille De Gennaro Bob Derham Margie Detore Clint Dimon Taurence Dick Glen DeVries Eleanor Downing Paul Donegan Joy Ditmars Carol Dunn F. James Duke Dolores Dreier Barbara Ellis Jim Ekman Shirley Mae Dyson PAGE i5 Douglas Garrett Duncan Gardner Muriel Galley Robert Ingraham Joyce Girard Robert Gilbert Charles Gribble Dick Grant Burt Grant William Gullatt LaVern Grush William Griggs Duane Hall Elisabeth Halsteen Ralph Handy Evelyn Hansen William Hardin Eugene Harmon Marshall Hartman Helen Harvey Vivian Hayes Norman Hays George Heath Howard Hicks Richard Henry Henry Heller Reginald Hil John Hill Doris Hill Beverly Hoskin Dolores Holmes Wanda Hill Eleanor Hoyt Joan Hoyle Ernie Houston PAGE Bernard Ibbetson Barbara Jager George James Claude Jenkins Keith Jensen Lloyd Jensen Carol Jepson Morris Jewell Bob Johnson Dean Johnson Lawrence Jones Monte Jones Don Keller George Kalman Gail KIpley Jeanne Kinsman Jo Ann Kyme Alvin Lardner Jack Landers Dorene Lamb Cleta Lathen John Lathrop Stephen Lawton Gertrude LePaqe Louise Lewis Marion Lilley John Loomis Eugene Lundy Dorothy Mahnke Robert Mahoney Ronald Maitland Beverly Marinez PAGE 22 Irene Martin Gerry Marsha Gale Marshall Bob McEwen Cliff McCarty Charles Maughlin Bob McQulllen Nancy McKelvey Stewart Mclntyre Paul Myers James Mercier Margie Mentor Derrick Olsen Bruce Norcross Gloria Nelson Marcella Park Chuck Osterkamp Rufus Orson Doris Peterman George Perusits Mary Ann Pederson Stan Plowman Alden Peterson Bob Peterson Charles Postel Marilyn Randall Bill Ramey William Ransier Neale Ray Edith Ritchie Ronald Risucci Phil Riekenberg Robert Schubert Ed Schaller Lorraine Sawyers Lome Schlotzhauer Tom Schmida Bill Schul+e Kathleen Scibetta Shirley Seiersen Nyda Shafer Jackie Shannon Milton Shapiro Jim Shaw Alvin Sheppa d James Shir es Douglas Semmens PAGE 28 Eleanor Solano Johanna Smith Francis Smith Loralne Soucy Frank Sorrentino Betty Sorenson Raymond Stofel Jean Story Virginia S+uart Ken Taylor Philip Tessier Donald Thomas Everett Thompson William Thornton John Tierney Carleton Tinkham John Tomasoff Roberta Townsend s ' i k W S ' .i«S SSsS Thomas Van Rensselaer Rosemary Vandagrift Allen VanAman James Weaver Bud Waite Michael Vinson Gwyneth Whitney Henry Whitney Fred Wilhelm Wilham Wilson Roy Winn Richard Winslow Lillian Witmer Jim Wolfe Mary Wood Cecilia Yakutis Alfred Young Mary Zaun W 4t. ADDITIONAL GRADUATES Bob Allen Frederick Barker Billy Barne+t Patricia Baymiller Eugene Borghi Gerald Bottrell Sewell Bradley Donald Brown Thomas Brunton Robert Butler Edward Chandler Leon Clark Vaughn Critchlow Elizabeth Curtis George Dahl Louis Deeter Peter De Santis Boyd Dimick Robert Doubt Grace Downing Louis Eggert Robert Feldman Joseph Fish Daniel Gallivan Richard Gallivan Joan Gannon George Hacker Harold Hall James Halls Jack Hamilton Jack Henry Robert Heyes Louis Himmelrich Lloyd Hoffman Richard Holden Richard Inman Harold Jacobs Richard Jones Stephen Kelly John Kinney Robert Kinsman Jerry Koory Gilbert Lambertson Robert Lawson Jack Leach Veryl Leggett Richard Leonard Walter Lewis Duane Lind Steve Markovich Charles Marshall Gene Mauk William McGinty Charles McNeill Donald McWilliam Hugh Merhoff James Moote Walter Nowlin Harold Okerberg Ray Outhus Archie Palma William Palmer Robert Pattison Gordon Pearson Gene Phillips Doris Pohling Howard Prenatt Bill Ramey Edward Rosenquist Ernest Rothe John Ruddock George Sandy Robert Scott Edward Selover Jacquelyn Shaw Dick Steinheimer Kenneth Stinson Richard Stumbaugh Clark Sullivan David Sweeney George Thomas William Thomas William Thompson Bruce Tiner Bruno Torreano Ted Umali Oscar Vogel Ernest Walker Robert Waller Albion White Harry Wilson Malcolm Winans Albert Wing Dr. Ernest W. Hawkes Mr. John E. Kienle • FACULTY EMERITUS , Dr. Ernest W. Hawkes and Mr. John E. Kienle join the exclusive Glendale College Faculty Emeritus Club this year. Welcoming them will be Miss May Murphy and Mr. O. Howard Caya, charter members of the organization. Dr. Hawkes retires after twenty-one years of service and Mr. Kienle takes a rest after twenty-six years in the Glendale Unified School District. :«« ««««««««««««««««««« ««««««« ADMINISTRATION •X DR. ELMER T. WORTHY Showing outstanding ability in guiding the students and keeping the administra- tive wheels of the college smoothly running throughout the year was Dr. Elmer T. Worthy, Director. Now serving his second year as Director, Dr. Worthy has shown a keen interest in the problems of all the students. Connected with the college since its in- ception in 1927, Dr. Worthy as Dean of Men proved himself capable of solving all problems confronting him. Taking time out from his administrative duties. Dr. Worthy enjoys the Southern California Junior College Relays while he chats with Abe Elliott, hiaving an avid interest in sports. Dr. Worthy was instrumental in getting Glendale College en- tered in the Western States Conference. Smiling graciousness contin- ually accompanies the cease- less duties in supervision of women students of Elizabeth Rowley, Dean of Women. Her understanding of the women she guides is daily reflected in her sound judg- ment of their problems. Showing an endless interest in all men students who come to him for help, Sam Tenison is capably serving his second year as Dean of Men. His years of educational expe- rience make him ever alert to the needs of students and the demands of an over- crowded school. COUNSELORS Right: Miss Anne Rambo lelow: bottom; Mr. Eugene Wolfe, middle; Mr. William Troxell. top; Miss Lois Flint Helping guide the veterans of the college are the Veterans Administration workers: Verne Wilson, Deborah Seller Abbott Smith, Delvenise Reopelle, Thomas Nelson, Marjorie Jervis, Alice Secor, Russell Cripe, and Ralph Carter. Betty Jo Oberkamp and Dorothy Schefield, attendants, are seen help- ing the librarian, Esther Ramont. Carl McConnell, registrar, has charge of registering the students and keeping their records in order. Elizabeth Neal, school nurse; Dr Loretta Flewelling, school doctor seen looking over medical records Pictured at the right are: Mary Miller, Margaret Anderson, Maria Plyley, Virginia Maddox, Janet Stockwell, Lois Vannier, ileen Goracke, Helen McClendon, Shirley Fields and Margaret McElroy. These women work in the main office assisting the deans and the director. 3ck row: John Krelder, Donald Peters, Jack McCreary, Ralph Johns, Donald Spagnoli, John Kienle, and James Bedford. Middle row: Anne Rambo, Sam Tenison, Eliza beth Rowley, Verne Wilson, and Lois Flint. Front row: James Jonas, Ellis Levine, Joel Youngquist, William Troxei, and John Brittan. SOCIAL SCIENCE SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Back row: Philip Gill, Leiand Holland, Roscoe Bradbury, Loran Kitch, Clement Meserve, Charles Harrington, and Bernard Livingston. Middle row: Harley Haden, James Bouey, Egbert Fischer, Warren Fellingham, Elton Smith, and Harold Cochrane. Front row: Park Tur Charles Nichols Dorothy Klotz, Emily Bloomtield, Ella Lau Ernest Hawkes, and Back row: left to right: Milton Young, Robert Brown, J. Hobart McLaughlin, and Jack McCreary. Middle row: Emma Ueland, Ella Woodrow, Phyllis Lockley and A. Irving Smith. Front row: Ruth Girton, Doris Spencer, Jeannette Abel, and Helen Rempel. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS BUSINESS EDUCATION Back row: left to right; Arthur Krause, Carl McConnell, Sherman C. Miller, Kenneth Splvey, and Loyd Noble. Front row: Gwen Kennedy, Mabel Teed, and Florence Mane. Back row: left to right; Gerald Allen, William Kerr, Ercil Adams, Herman Wiebe, Harold Brewster, and Fred McMahon. Middle row: Mildred Elliott, Neva Schroeder, Laura Manetta, and Marguerite Fox. Front row: Derrill Place, Leroy Herndon, Arthur Brady, Ellis Levine, and Halsey Taylor. LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE AVIATION AND TRADE Back row: left to right; Clarence Wilson, Gene Cahoon, Anne Rambo, James Bedford, and Bernard Livingston. Front row: Emil Miller, Frank McClaskey, Thomas Ryan, Karl Thomte, and John Shively. ««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« GOVERNMENT w.. EXECUTIVE BOARD SEMESTER Taking a few minutes off from duty to enjoy life a little is the board that aided Glendale College in getting through an interesting first semester. Last Autumn marked our first semester in competition in the Western States Conference. Also, possibly more important, is the fact that these were the first officers to hold office under the new Glendale College constitution which was ratified in May of last year. Officers shown from left to right are, Pat Estes. Phyllis Alden, Gloria Davis, A.S.B. President Bob Cole, Bob Allen, Vivian Hayes and Bob Lewis. 1 - President, Robert Cole Vice-president, Robert Allen g Recording secretary, Gloria Davis SEMESTER 1 EXECUTIVE BOARD Treasurer, Cleta Lee Lathen Director of Activities, Joseph Fish President of Interclub, Claude Krepps 1 Secretary of Drama, Irene Martin Secretary of Music, Robert Foushee r ■» jF - ' 4 Vice-president, William Richards Recording secretary, Laurene Wilson President, Ted Umali EXECUTIVE BOARD SEMESTER II Treasurer, Robert McClain Director of Activities, Thomas Hughe Secretary of Women ' s Athletic Carolyn Farris i Claude Jenkins, Secretary of Men ' s Athletics Robert Lewis, President of Interclub Council Vivian Hayes, Corresponding Secretary Gene Garton, Director of Publications Marilyn Skelton, Secretary of Musi I PAGE ! ipS . Members of student government, semester II: First row, left to right: Robert Mollis, Elections Commissioner; William Richards, Vice-president: Ted Umali, President; Laurene Wilson, Recording Secretary: Shirley Mae Dyson, President of A.W.S. Back row, Stanley Ruzicka (r Janet Thompson, Representative at Large; Secretary of Women ' s Athletics. Nanc ,igned); William Palmer, President of A. M.S.: Burroughs, Representative at Large; Carolyn Farris, STUDENT BODY OFFICERS- SEMESTER II Members of second semester Board not in picture: Vivian Hayes, Corresponding secretary; Robert McClain, Treasurer; Tom Hughes, Director of Activities; Gene Carton, Director of Publications; Claude Jenkins, Sec- retary of Men ' s Athletics; Mel Calvert, Freshman Class President; Robert Brown. Planning Commissioner; Ellen Clark, Sophomore Class President; Jo Ann Gieseke, Representative at Large; Barbara Jager, Repre- sentative at Large: Nyda Shafer, Representative at Large; Elizabeth Adrian. Co-operatives Commissioner. Vice-president, Danny Sapin T:.: ( Freshman class president, Margery Goodman SEMESTER Secretary-treasurer Lois Charman Vice-president, Bill Chapman CLASS Sophomore class president, Pete De Santis Secretary-treasurer Eleanor Solano y Vice-president, Richard Rubidge JSmP S 4 = Freshman-class President, Mel Calver SEMESTER II OFFICERS Sophomore class President, Ellen Clart w Vice-president, Eugene Boring I Secretary-treasurer, Joan Hoyle resident, Nancy McKeh Vice-president, Shirley Mae Dyson Treasurer, Donna Craft A.W.S. BOARD SEMESTER I Front row, L. to R. Joan Garey, Suzanne Read, Nancy McKelvey, Donna Craft and Marcella Park. Second Row, Dotty Haldorson, Marian Lllley, Mona Zechlel, Shirley Mae Dyson, Rosemary Vandagrlft and Barbara Jager. AWS BOARD- SEMESTER I President, Shirleymae Dyson Secretary, Marcella Front row, left to right: Suzanne Read, Pat Seeber, Liz Novinger Shirleymae Dyson, Freddy Kamp Marcella Park; Back row: Joan Mui- vihill, Shirley Seirson, Mona Zech lei, Phyllis Alden, Nancy McKelvey Barbara Ellis, Nancy Baum. Vice-president, Mona Zechiel Treasurer, Pat Seeber President, Robert Margett A. M. S. BOARD SEMESTER I Vice-president, Jack Heisey Secretary-treasurer, Norman Rossell J mt V ■ ' » Secretary-treasurer, Kenneth Colson Vice-president, Franl- Clendc AMS BOARD - SEMESTER II President, Bill Palmer «««««««««««««««««««« c«««ccc«« «« ATHLETICS W A . Head coach Marger Apsit, left, discusses play assignments with line coach Dave Titchenal. Apsit a member of USC ' s " Thundering Herds " of he twenties and a veteran of professional football has been at Glendale College since the 1946 season. Dave Titchenal came to Slendali College in 1947 following service in the Navy. He played his football at San Jose State. VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF Backfield coach Bill Troxell divides his time between the football field and the psychology classroom. A stickler for perfection in ball-handling, Troxell ' s assistance was apparent in the work of the 1949 Vaquero Varsity. r Dick Broome, 55, gets under way as Jim Nuchols comes up io lend assistance. Broome, one of Glen- dale College ' s leading ground gainers, was a fast, hard hitting fullback; equally capable as an open field runner. Elected captain of the 1948 Vaquero Varsity, Dick, through his likeable personality and fighting spirit, proved to be a natural leader on the football field. Right: Glendale ' s most valuable player was running guard Carl De- Salvo. A rock and sock player, he was nominated on several all-op- ponent teams. National recogni- tion came with DcSalvo ' s selection as third string guard on the Junior College All-American team of 1948. DeSalvo was a veteran of the 1945 St. Mary ' s wonder team, and played in the 1946 Sugar Bowl game, scoring a touchdown on a lateral from Ail-American Herman Wedemeyer. v , -fe f _ J WiskJe George Kalman, end William Cole, back Sran Ruzicka, back James Densmore, back The start of the 1949 season saw the Vaqueros lose to a lucky East Los Angeles Junior College team, 18-14. The next week a powerful Compton crew was stunned when the Glendale pigskin carriers had pushed over three touchdowns to lead at half-time, 20-0. But then an even luckier Tartar team came back to win by the score of 27-20. This is the closest any league team came to them all season. The loyal Vaquero rooters then followed their team to San Bernardino where, sparked by the play of Frank Trump, Captain " Blondie " Broome, and Claude Jenkins, the Maroon and Golds chalked up their first victory by lacing the Indians 34-14. The next week the favored Glendale boys were surprised by hard fighting Pasadena City College, 10-0. This game was highlighted by the sterling line play of both teams. Bob Johnson, Jim Nuchols, Carl de Salvo, and Bob WaOer were the big bricks in the forward wall for Glendale. Glendale hosted a battling Riverside team the next v eek and came out on top, 27-0. It was Arlan Dussault and Jim Densmore that paved the way for this win. Dussault was also a stand-out the next week when the Vaqs lassooed Ventura, 12-0. John Mulr was next on the list for the rampaging Cowboys when Glendale won. 13-6. This game saw the whole squad working well. The fourth defeat for the Vaqueros came when the Alameda Hell-Cats of the Alameda Naval Air Station cashed in on breaks to the sound of 25-7. But then the Cowboys came crashing back to down VV ' eber College of Ogden, Utah 40-0 before a cheering Homecoming crowd. In the last two games it seems the Vaqueros lost all their punch and power as San Diego romped over them, 32-6: and then on Thanksgiving Day Long Beach followed suit with a score of 19-0. The finish of the season found Glendale in fourth place in the W. S. C. with a six game won, and six game loss for the year. This included the 1-0 forfeit from Phoenix College. Rear row, left to right: Forney, Hoy, Lake, N., La Vigne, Densmore, Johnson. R., De Salvo, Nuchols, Davis, A., Ruzicka, Jenkins, Beavers. Middle row: Elias, Trump, Kalman, Young, Beckley, Harmon, Waller, Ware, Kuhns, Fraley, Davis, L. Front row: Manager Eddie Strong, DeSantis, Small, Neiman, Lake, R., Dedrick, Broome (Captain), Frederick, Cole, Funk, Dussault, Mires, manager Jerry La Follette. C 9 9 a ,- % (6-71 181 Arlan Dussault, hard-running Glendale back, sweeps around end against Riverside a- Pete DeSantis throws a key block on Ritter (20) of the Tigers. i3 1 Captain Dick Broome crashes through the center of the line against East Los Angeles in the opener of the 1948 season. Kachaturian (24) comes up to assist on the tackle. Charles Hoy, back Robert Johnson, guard Richard Fraley, guard Tom Garcia, center (tt ■ rr Al Davis, center Robert Waller, guard Grant Kuhns, end Carl De Salvo, guard Lawrence Davis, end Darrell Beckley, tackle Harold Ware, back Louis Parian, end Densmore gains five yards against Long Beach for a first down. Glendale lost this one, 19-0. Beavers, stellar Glendale end, scores touchdown despite frantic efforts of Baird (26) and Mazorra (36). Weber College players. This was the second of six tallys made by the Vaqueros against the visiting Wildcats from Utah. Robert Beavers, end Pete DeSantis, back Eugene Harmon, tackle Richard Forney, center Robert Lake, guard Richard Broome, back (Capt.) James Nuchols, tackle John Mires, back V Broome drives over for the fir:t touchdown against San dino. This tied up the game at 6 all in the first quarter. Fin Voqueros 34, Indians, 13. r . i rnard Glasman, Ron Hall, Did Stults, Bob Rondou, Did Yaeqe. (Capt.), Bert Edrey. Jack BrubaVer, and Bob Powell. Middle row: Coach George Sperry, Bob Snowdy, Charles Ganqi, B Al Sandusky. Bill Stone, Dick Weinberg. Dante Silverii, Harold Beadle. Gene Phillips, and manager Jack Cu wald. Bob Ingraham, Les Winslow, Hank Whitney, Ralph Handy, Bob Dugger, Fred Riedle, Hank Arklin, JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 1948 marked the inception of junior varsity football on the Vaquero campus. Taking the bottom half of Glendale College ' s September football talent, mentor George Sperry fashioned a team that, although not a winning ag- gregation, gave most of its opponents a stiff contest right down to the final gun. The season record was three losses, one tie, and two wins. Cowbabe captain was tackle Dick Yaeger. An all-around player, Yaeger took over both offensive and defensive chores, piling up an average of forty-five minutes per game. Yaeger was respected by team-mates and opponents alike for his hard-hitting drive and ability to fire-up his team. Captain Dick Yaeger Coach George Sperry St VARSITY BASKETBALL Left: Captain for this year ' s varsity basket- ball squad was Archie Palma, shown here receiving three trophys at the conclusion of the Kiwanis Tournannent; Best Individual player, All-team award, and Winning Teann trophy. He was also an All-League candi- date and finished the season with a scoring average of 9.9 per game. FIRST ROUND G. Opp. 60 Pasadena 70 62 John Muir 61 55 Compton 65 50 L.A.C.C 51 54 Long Beach 57 54 Ventura _,.._ 50 SECOND ROUND G. Opp. 53 Pasadena 57 52 John Muir .__ .51 48 Compton 54 42 L.A.C.C 51 62 Long Beach 73 65 Ventura 58 Right: Abe Elliott, varsity basketball coach, had very few veterans back this year to bolster the strength of the Vaquero quintet. The season was plagued by heart-breaking one-point losses. Despite this, with just a little more luck along with Mr. Elliott ' s " know-how " in the basketball field. Glen- dale would have been up with the leaders in the tough Western States Conference. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Back row: left to right; Alvord, Kersey, Hooker, Okerberg, Sunderland. Middle row: Critchlow, Henry, Slater, Davidson, Fisher. Front row: Dennis, Raima, Wingate, Palmer. The basketball season saw the Vaqueros at the bottom of the league. This might sound bad, but for the fact that most of the games were lost by a close margin and that three different league contests were lost by one point. This would indicate that it was mostly bad breaks and not so much skill. While the percentage column is not good with a three won and nine lost, the quintet amassed 656 points to a close 699 for their opponents. Captain Archie Raima, Dick Alvord, and Dean Fisher were the high scorers for the year, while it was Vaughn Critchlow, John Henry, and Bill Ralmer who were the rebound demons. These boys were ably backed up by Paul Hooker, Hal Okerberg, Bob Slater, Don Davidson, and Marvin Dennis. All of these men, with the exception of Okerberg, will be returning next year. Glen Sunderland, forward Richard Alvord, guard Dean Fisher, forward Robert Slater, forward ■ cA " jf m m Don Davidson, forward Marvin Dennis, forward Vaughn Critchlow. guard William Palmer, guard Davidson (9) ruins attempted goal in Pasadena game while Alvord (5) watches for possible rebound. Lower left: Palma (6) eludes close guarding of thr Compton players by back passing to Dennis. Lower right: Henry (15) and Alvord (5) fight for a rebound in one of the two games against Galbraith Sporting Goods. Above — John Henry of Glendale and Alan Lamont of Comp+on fight for the toss-up In their first meet- ing at Glendale High. Upper Right — Bob Slater (14) dribbles down court after taking rebound against John Muir. Other Glendale players are Don Davidson and John Henry (15). Righi — John Henry (15) sinks field goal against the Mustangs while Bob Slater (14) waits for possible rebound. Hal Okerberg, guard John Henry, center Archie Palma, forward Paul Hooker, guard Back row: John Kersey. John Benson, Bob Herrold, Jack Jenkins, and Gene Dickenson. Front row: Bob Knoll, Walt Ballard, Dan Daniels, and Gil Roesch. J. V. BASKETBALL Running roughshod over El Camino. Riverside, Pasadena, Muir, Compton, Bakersfield, and Ventura, the Glendale College Junior Varsity Basketball team canne home with the leag_ue championship. Led by John John Kersey, and Gil Roesch, the J.V. ' s played first-rate ball all season, usually ning by a large margin. Though not the feature event, this team brought many thrills and much excitement to the college rooters. Jim Mercer, mentor of the 1949 junior varsity basketball squad. Mercer played under Abe Eliott at Glendale High, and then made all- conference at Occidental. This was his second year as J. V. coach. JAYVEES Right: Kersey ou+jumps opponent to main tain control of ball. Lower left: Wilson makes a basket against March Field for an important two points. € Mi WATER POLO All-Southern Calif- ornia goalie Spud Higgins makes a save for Glendale against L.A.C.C. in the WSC champion- ship play-offs. Final score: Glendale 13, L.A.C.C. 4. Under the able mentorship of likeable coach Bob Paine, Glendale College ' s Water Poloists wound up the season on top of the Western States Conference. With a well balanced aggregation led by such standouts as Higgins, Millovich, and the Ibbetsons, the Water Cowboys finished 1he season with a record of six wins and four losses. Glendale 4..._ Compton 9 Glendale 12 John Muir 4 Glendale 17. ...___ USC Frosh 3 Glendale 13 LACC 4 Glendale 14 John Muir 3 Glendale 3 El Camino 13 Glendale 4 LACC I Glendale 2 Fullerton 8 Glendale 7 _Compton 6 Glendale 8 UCLA I I Glendale College ' s WSC water polo champs. Front row, left to right: Myron Willum- sen, Dick Grant, Paul Ibbetson, Bernard Ibbetson, and Dave Millovich Middle row: Johnny Kumer, Bill Becket, Johnny FHill, Bernard Smetzer and Bill Shriver Rear row: Coach Bob Paine, Spud Higgins, and Jim Heber BBSn PIS i Bernle Ibettson breaks up a Compton play in their second game, as Dave Millovich and Johnny Kumer close in to give him assistance. Glendale won the game in a double overtime, 7-6. w --si Bob Paine, genial Water Polo coach, who, in his third year at Glendale In coaching aquatic sports, brought the college the Western States Conference water polo title. TRACK SEASON Walt Smith, ex-U.S.C. star, this year had a comparatively small squad, but the men composing the team were all stars in their respective events. The end of the season found them taking a formidable third in the Western States Conference. SEASON SCORES Glendale 87 San Bernardino 44 Glendale 57 I 6...-U.S.C. Frosh 73 5 6 Southern Calif. J.C. Relays 6th place Glendale 41 Compton 90 Glendale 42 L.A.C.C. 89 Glendale 82 U.C.L.A. Frosh 49 Glendale 93 Long Beach 36 Western States Finals 3rd place Right: Versatile Walt McKibben, cap- tain of this year ' s track team. Walt was one of the top sprinters and all- around men in the conference. He had best times of 9.9 for 100 yards; 21.7 for 220; and 49.2 for a quarter- mile. His friendliness, ease, and hard v ork marked him as a perfect exam- ple to his team mates and friends. Kng Bill Wagner Bob Ander rent Tyler Bruce Edney. Charle John Benson and Manager Eddi n Walt Mc L. lameb Second rovs Drummond Rhode Taking a third place in the Western States Conference, Coach Walt Smith ' s cindermen showed surprising consistency in their respective events. Captain Walt McKibben could always be counted on to place in any one of the three dashes which were his specialties. Ray Bjorkman continually made it tough for his competition in the 880 yard run and broke the school record in this event by going the distance in I :59 flat. The shot, javelin, and discus were well taken care of by Ron Drummond, Rhodes Reason, Don Carter, and John Benson. These power men gave their opponents plenty of trouble all season, especially Ron Drummond, who was rated number two man In the league and broke the school record in the discus. His distance was 148 feet eleven and one-half inches. Bob Derham, a consistent point getter in the pole vault. Bill Bell in the high jump, and Brent Tyler, also In the high jump, were the big guns in their respective events. Glendale, whose Cross-Country Team won the W.S.C. championship, wa; by Wilford King, Bill Wagner, and Frank Butler. King set a new W.S.C. meet at the Coliseum. His time was 9:58. . represented in the distance events rd in the two-mile in the conference Walt McKibben Les Ewers shown running the huttle hurdles In the Souther California J. C. Relays, which were sponsored by Glenda at the L. A. Coliseum. Above: Bob Anderson pulls ahead of Galendo of L.A.C.C. In the two mile relay at the Long Beach Re- lays. Upper right: Marshall Prindle win- ning the 120 high hurdles in the Long Beach dual nneet. Other Glendale man is Bill Bell who got a valuable third. Right: Captain Walt McKibben leads Les Ewers to win the 100 yard dash in the Long Beach meet. i : ' -x-, Ray Bjorkman sets the 880 record at the U.C. L.A. Frosh meet. His time: I :59 flat. Bob Derham gets ready for a practice vault on the Glendale track. Bob Anderson wins the 440 for valuable points in the Long Beach City College meet. Marshall Prindle, Glen- dale hurdle man, clear- ing the hurdles in per- fect form. k .A -om S .% if MlMlwt mR . Glendale hurdler Glea on, Dennr. ana Ewe.,, .Jcdi ih Lm Walt McKibben, 100, 220 and 440. Al Sandusky, pole vault and broad jump. H ' ' . S Les Ewers, 100, 220 lows, and broad jump. Rhodes Reason, discus and shot put. ; f vS Hi | Wilford King, mile and two mile. Ron Drummond, javelin and discus. CROSS COUNTRY Coach Walt Smith ' s cross-country runners had the distinction of being one of the three athletic teams at Glendale College to win a Western States Con- ference championship this year; the others being Coach Bob Paine ' s water polo and swimming squads. Upper right: The 1948 Western States Conference champions. Standing, left to right: Coach Walt Smith, King, Grundish (Captain). Bjorkman, Butler, Haddox, Wagner. Kneeling: hlames, Carkey. Preg- ler, Polisensky, Nicoson. Right: Dave Kamanski congratulates Wilford King upon winning his fifth consecutive race. King was undefeated in dual meet competition, losing only to Johnson of Long P.each in the conference finals. Lower right: The start — once around the track and then out to the course. Length of the course — three and one-half miles. Lower left: Coach Smith and Captain Jim Grundi display the championship trophy. Front row: Peter Tourje, Claude Jenkins, Rusty Ml Mr Back row: William Rossen, Fred Boss, Dave Bongieldt bfcnlfy btstpl Edwin Otero, Dick Beck-Meyer, John Cliattield and Paul Hooker TENNIS w ' Dick Banks has sand-trap trouble. Dick, an entrant In the 1948 Glendale Open, led the pack at the end of the first round. GOLF Glendale Colleges fifth place W. S. C. golf team. Rear, left to right, Robert acDougall, Tom Garcia, Ray Banks, and Dave Jordan; front, Ray Steelsmith and Dick Banks. Ray Banks, Jordan, and Garcia look on as Steelsmith A pre-occupied audience watches Dave Jordan dr sinks a short one. out of the rough. Houston Moore breast strokes to victory at the Occidentj pool. Jerry Tenney sets for a back dive on the three board. SWIMMING TEAM The Glendale Colege Swimming Team: front row, Maurice Avoux, Jack Roth, Jerry Tenney, Houston M oore, Johnny McCormack: middle row, George Phelps, Bob Butler, Johnny Kumer, Dave Millovich; back row, Dick Grant, Jim Heber, Ralph Grabisch, Bernie Ibbetson. George Sperry, who has just finished his fourth season as Glendale College base- ball mentor. Coach Sperry, ex-Glendale tHigh coach, has been in the California School System for over twenty-six years and a mentor in the Glendale District- since 1926. Under his apt teaching have been such famous stars as Bob Dillinger, of baseball fame, and Frankie Albert, Ail-American football player. VARSITY BASEBALL Carlyle White. Captain of the 1949 baseball squad. Carlyle, playing from his shortstop position, never let a ball get by and was one of the leading batters. Carlyle played his high school ball at Glendale and will be returning next _,._ ' kM) «- I ..lifto J . 1 ...I™ :i ■ Front row, left to right: Richard Rhodes, David Simington, Larry Smith, Robert Grimes, Alexander Thomas, Robert Maras, Thornton McKain. Middle row: Richard Oden, manager, Richard Fernandez, Carlyle White, Russell Burton, Royce Krepps, Carl St. John, Coach George Sperry. Back row: Richard Godshall, Edgar Maxwell, Walter Shultc, Louis Deeter, Gene Phillips, Arnold Daetwyler, and Robert Condon. Winning three and losing eight, the Glendale College Baseball Team came through their league schedule. The only wins came from Ventura when the Vaqueros won a double header from the Pirates 4-2 with Lou Deeter going all the way, and behind the pitching of Ron Kurderna who chalked up a 6-5 win. The other victory came when the Glendale boys downed a fighting Long Beach nine 6-5. Larry Smith got credit for this win. Looking to the other side of the statistic column the Pasadena Bulldogs, one of the league power house teams, walked over the pellet men I 1-0 and 29-6. Los Angeles City College then caught the Vaqueros off guard and down- ed the local boys 14-9 and 10-6. Compton, the other league power house came through with scores of 14-4 and 6-1, the latter being a scoreless battle ' til the sixth inning. Long Beach won their game of the split 10-6 and John Muir, the other league team, beat the Vaqueros 16-8. Though not bringing home great honors, the baseball team will be remembered for their fine team spirit and for their friendliness and for the enjoyment they brought their ever present baseball rooters. 3bert Grimes, Infield. Carl St. John, Catche Alexander Thomas, Infield. W Russell Burton, Pitche, Richard Godshall, Field. ter Shulte, First Ba Edgar Maxwell. Infielde Thornton McKain, Fielder, Ron Kuderna, Pitcher. Robert Condon. Catche Larry Smith, Pitcher. Carl St. John, catcher, rounds first base after hitting a long double in one of the early games. St. John was one of the steady players on the squad and was always hustling even when things looked bad. Dick Godshall hits foul ball in thi Godshall was one of the leading hit ew Verdugo Stadium. ; and especially in the Ijick Fernandez beats the ball back to fn,! alle; an attempted steal. Dick was one of the best fielders and the possesor of one of the best throwing arms on the team. Dick Godshall, Gene Phillips and Lou Beeter, watch a tense play from the dugout of the Glendale Ball Park. Dave Simington, First Bas. ijf Sf ■ - Richard Fernandez, OuHield. Captain Carlyle White, Infielder. t .5. Royce Krepps Pit. h., Rirhard Ph d , Fit 1 . 1 i. ««« c««««««««««««ccc«cc c««« cccc«««« WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS •• J ... v.- •,,,.?• , ' f ,» .■ H sv V ig?-;: Members of the First Semester W. A. A. Board were, left to right; front row; Jacqueline Shaw, Nancy Shepherd, Mona Zechiel, Phyllis Alden, and Carolyn Ferris. Back row; Dorothy Byram, Leslie Johnson, Joyce Girard, Kay Scibe+ta, and Wanda Hill. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SEMESTER I BOARD President, Mona Zechiel i . First row, left to right: Nancy Shepherd, Jacquelyn Shaw, Mona Zechiel, Phyllis Alden, Carolyn Farris. Back row; Aleene Barnes, Carolyn Dunn, Evelyn Hansen, Irene Martin. Beverly Cox, Wanda Hill. W A A BOARD - SEMESTER II President, Phyllis Alden Gathered around Miss Winifred E. Champlin, co- chairman of health and physical education division, are Mrs. Lucille McLane and Mrs. Helen Cox Steele. Mrs. McLane sponsors the W.A.A. and Mrs. Steele, the Vaquero Riders. Middle: It ' s up and over for the volleyball a; W.A.A. women take part in this popular game. Bottom right: Ready, aim. fire and the archery members release the arrows. Bottom left: One of the most competitive sports played by W.A.A. members is hockey. Mrs. Mc- Lane looks on as Joan Hoyle takes a mighty swing at the ball. A T H L E T With Lorene Foreman at bat and Nancy Burroughs catching, Phyllis Alden umpires a fast soft ball game. o l ' I Dolores Judge demonstrates her power tennis serve. ' f - Beverly Cox and Ann Foy reach for the toss up during a basketball game. c«««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« CLUBS INTERCLUB COUNCIL SEMESTER II— W:th one representative from each campus club, the Interclub Council strives to coordinate all the activities oi the various campus organizations. Advisor is Miss Mary Miller. Front row, left to right, Betty Sorensen, Doris Spaulding, Nancy Shepherd, Nancy McKelvey, Allie Sloan, Nancy Burroughs; middle row. Miss Miller, Robert Height, Charles McNeill, Waldo Foy, Alvin Shepherd, William Adams: top row, Robert Lewis, Ted Umall, Paul Geiger, Joseph Koehler, Judd McKay, Russ Reed. SALIENTS AUXILIARY— Membership in this club is selective among those women students who are Miss Ella Lausman is club advisor and Salients Auxiliary was co-sponsor of the Sweater and Sock Sh to right front row Lois Charman Donna Craft, Carol Jepson Dons Spaulding Nancy McKelvey; se. JoAnn Kyme Gerry Marshall Pinky Pinkerton, Jackie Shannon: third row, Marilyn Randall, Shirley M Midge Christie, Nancy Burroughs. Jean Benjamin; fourth row, Barbara Ellis, Gloria Davis, Freddy Cai Wilson: top row, Phyllis Alden, Dolores Judge, Wanda Hill, Jamie Senior, Nancy Shepherd, LETTERMEN ' S CLUB— All lettermen on campus are eligible for this club which is sponsored by Mr. George Sperry They gave numerous parties this year Left to right, front row, Walt McKibben, Dick Grant. Chuck tHoy, Bob Lake Archie Palma- second row Dick Palmer, Claude Jenkins, Bill Cole, Frank Trump, Darrell Beckley: third r-,w Wilford King Bill Wagner Neil Lake Lou Farlan top row Corky Phillips Royce Krepps, Otto Polisensky. qualified, ig. " Left ond row, e Dyson, ip, Reni« ,Tv : CLENDALE _ U L L tV C S.C.A. — Student Christian Asociation is the college YM - YWCA open to all students and faculty interested in understanding and applying the highest ideals of creative living on the campus and with people in the world at large. From left to right, front row, Joan Lee Heath. Carolyn Farris, Evelyn hHansen. Margie Detore. Secretary. Cheong Ngoi: second row. Ted Umali, Bev Marinez, Marcella Park. Anne Lassoway. Betty Klund. Miss Pulrang, Executive Director: third row. Dick Euston, Miss Manetta, advisor. Dick Mills. Rodney Mollis, Midge Christie. Nancy Burroughs. Marian Lilley, vice-president: fourth row. Jim Isenman, treasurer. Pal Harris, Barbara Loy, Bob Stucker. Bill Richards, Dick Beck-Meyer. Pat McHugh: top row Ronald Maitland, Myron Benge. Bob Lewis, presi- dent, Mr. Kerr, advisor. Mr. Cochrane, advisor. Bob Larsen, Dick Holden, Norman Rossell. RED CROSS— This ciub is open to all students interested in Red Cross service. The- headed the Red Cross drive on the campus. Left to right, front row. Bob Height, Laura Steinberger. Janet Stidston, Carolyn Clendenen, Cheonq Nqoi, Frank Clendenen: second row. Doug Whitney, Herb Roth, Helen Tilch. Tony Pace: third row, Betty Palmer, Donna Roadruck. Althea Reed. Marilyn Day; top row, Dick Scholle, Ronald Carson, John Weber. the third honorary science club for those students who have made an A or B Park Turrill, Left to right, front row, Arthur Rankin, Abolfath Baktiar, Bob Shuburt, Hal Mmqus Second row Pete Peterson Bob Allen, •ow, John Scholl Charles Lokey, Dick Butler Lloyd Fecht. John Tom Schmida, Frank Sorrentino, Bill Wilson, Leroy Doyle; top ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA- Marcella Park Donna Craf SIGMA XI SIGMA— jMMo -i ..lyma in Chemisiry or Physics Club sponsoi Cecelia Yakutis Bill Rancier, Gene Ernest Giron, Bob Otis. Lewis Honr Walden, fourth row. Paul Gieger, Di row. Bob Winslow, Hugh Merhoff, Mr. Haden, Mr. Gill. —Alpha Gamma Sigma is the state scholarship society. Sponsored by Miss Margurii membership are at least a 2.3 grade average. Left to right, front row, Margie Detori t Pat Froats Joan Hoyle Carolyn Clendenen Bob Shuburt second row Elena Colemar o i emp Edith Adams LaVon Stormont Rodney Mollis: third row, Loraine Stam Kathlee Marilyn Bruqer Betty Chase Jim Coops Dick Beck Meyer fourth row Mary Schwal Rphkop Edith Ritchip Rrberta Townsend top row Paul Gieqpi Bill Ran ler LIryd Fsch n Stone Hugh Merh H P raH M.itland Bill Wilson Chj I F I f , Ci n,n M- SALIENTS— Sponsored by Mr. Walt Smith this club had selective membership of qualified students. Left right front row, Kieth Jensen, Lou Deeter, bacl row, Corky Phillips. Mr. Smith. DELTA XI OMEGA— This is an honorary drama society sponsored by Mr. Fred McMahon. New this year, the club was started again after being Inactive for several years. Left to right, front row. Charles Fields, Mary Ann Greenhalgh, Jeritza Teasley, LaVon Stormont, Walter Buckner; back row, Harry Thomas, Barbara Ley, Betty Sorensen, Mr. McMahon. EPSILON ALPHA GAMMA-This honorary organization under the P° " ° J; " P ° l ' ' ■ ' ' mi P,«; M n ' Ld charge of all campus musical presentations. Left to right, front row: Audre De Witt, Dons Hill. Patt, Maxon, and Marilyn Skelton Second row: Mrs. Pattison, Marilynn Hill. Pat Loughran, and LaVon Stormont. lop row: Jack Ross, Bill Wagner, Bob Foushee, Dick Scholle, and Jack Schneider. NIADS-A new club this year. Niads has grown Into a very active social organization. Their sponsor ,s Miss Md- dred Elliott. Left to right, front row, Barbara Ellis, Joan Lee Heath, Kay Scibetta, Joan Mulvihill, Marilyn Sherrod; second row, Carol Holmes, Dot Byram, Joan Hoyle, Pat McDonald. Diedre Becker: third row, Wanda Hill, Nancy Burroughs, Midge Christie, Jackie Shaw. Marcella Park, Barbara Boyce. Pat Rountree: top row, Nancy Baum, Pat Seeber, Jane West, Phyllis Alden, Pat Read, Bessie Sti BETA PHI GAMMA— Inter-Collegiate Fraternity open to all students who have made a B plus or better in Journalism. It is sponsored by Mr. Derrill Place. Left to right, front row, Gene Garton, Aleene Barnes. Eleanor Hoyt. Pinky Pinkerton; back row. Rex Rexrode, Charlie Stribling, Buff Leberman, Dick Grant. TAU OMEGA PHI— This club is for all Gle ndale College students who are majoring in education. The advise Dr. James Godson. Left to right, , front row, Margie Detore. Joan Beck. Jane Teachman. Mary Wood, Joan Ben Joyce Girard: second row. Dorothy Johnson, Joan Kruger, Joan Hoyle. Chuck McNeill, Ellen Clark: third Beverly Sterling, Jane Smith Darlene Carroll, Bob Soltys: fourth row, Jim Ekman. Maria Van Bommel, Pris Bartram, Dan Beat:r • .j, r Ponald Maltland, Myron Benge, Jim Moorman, Bruce Rice, Bob Stucker. Isenman, Bob La ' s- CHARROS— Open to all lettermen and elf active this past year. They gave many parti front row, Dick Grant, Dan Gallivan, Ted King, Walt McKibben, Claude Jenkins, Fr Bill Palmer, Bill Cole, Lou Farlan. Bob Cole ctive Associate Student Body offi ' ss, assisted by their sponsor Mr. Umali. Chuck Hoy, Bob Lake, » nk Trump, Darrell Beckley; top ! holders, this club Donald Spagnoli. chie Palma; second ow, Bob Margett, , Wilford Wagner, CAPPA GOWN— N Left to right, front i Janet Thompson. ing maiors are the members of this club, which , Georgia Bennett, Janet Halls, Marilyn Day: h, VAQ-AEROS— These are the members of Glendole Colkge who hold a private pilots license. Their active ! IS Miss Anne Rambo Left to right front row Clint Dimon Miss Rambo Baron Stean; top row, Dick Chaffee, Bob Wright Lawrence Salisbury, Bob Cole EPSILON OMEGA— Sponsored by Miss Lois Flint, this i; the Women ' s Honorary Service Club, chapter of Tau Epsilon Pi. Membership is based on leadership, service and grades. Left to Barbara Jager, Evelyn Hansen, Nancy McKelvey, Gerry Marshall, Wanda Hill: second ro Carolyn Farris. Pinkv Pinkerton, Joan Hoyle, Aleene Barnes; third row, Marion Lilley. Marc Shannon. Renie Willson: top row. Freddy Camp. Suzanne Read, Martha Kerfoot. Shirley t Fline. Carol Jepson. Mona Zechiel. Doris Spaulding, Gloria Davis. V CHI PHI— Ch! Phi is a non-denominational religious organization which is open to all students. Club advis Mr. John Kienle. Left to right, front row, Mary Alice Bashford, Pat Froats, Renetta Bennewate, Beverly Ro Mr. Kienle; second row, Ellena Coleman, Mary Schwab, Edith Adams, Mary Dahlberg, Janet Halls, Willia Adams; third row, Pat Payne, Margie Lusk, Jane Kemp, Isabelle Boyd, Jim Halls, Alan Gillies; top row, „ Thompson, Warren Olson, Did Irons, Ray Richards. KAPPA PI SIGMA— Kappa Pi Sigma is open to all student; who are interested in foreign affairs and in motion of international good will. Club sponsor is Mr. Herman Wiebe. Left to right, front row, Alice Ann B Jevere Gibbons, Beverly Bergman. Martha Blen, Ray Hanson; second row, Lucy De Genero, Beverly Brock, Wiebe, Robert Winslow. Mary Clements; third row, Themis Theodoridis, Edith Ritchie, Elias Lopez, Na Serson, Richard Podez, Chung Ngoi; fourth row, Lucy Fieredy, Bill Barnett, Delores Drier, Donald Baker, Kirney, Miki Kami; top row, Jim Murphy, Bud Shapiro, Stuart Mclntyre, Helen Tilch, Robert Emericl ALPHA CHI— Alpha Chi .5 the club open to all art students and those persons interested in art at Glendal College. Club sponsor is Miss Jeannette Abel. Left to right, front row, Alice Armenis. Janice Wells, Lore Williams, Grace Marshall. Harriet Good: second row. Joan Brask. Pat Evraets, Ray Grove: third row, Jim Wi Miss Abel, Bruce Apple, Ray Stofel: top row, Dave Passor. Jo Ann Gieseke. Bob Giegerich, Al Jenkins. TALENT CLUB— Sponsored by Mr. J. Hobert McLaughlin, this club is open to all students interested in campu activities. Left to right, front row, Patti Maxon, Joan Lott. Audre DeWitt. Doris Hill, Marilyn Skelton, Pat Loughran second row, Louis Cutelli, Laura Cypher, Otto Polisen ky, LaVon Stormont, Tom Hughes. Mel Calvert: third row Jim Riggs. Marcien Rounsavell, Dick Scholle. Jeritza Teas ' ey. Mr. McLaughlin: top row, Larry Jones. Bob Foushee Dick Reese. GAMMA ALPHA PI— Gamma Alpha Pi Is the club open to all geology students, and sponsored by Mr. Clement Meserve. Left to right, front row, Ray Bowers, Mr. Meserve, Roy Winn, Ken Stephens; top row, Lee Borgan, Dave Butler, Bill Sands, Vern Crackel, Doug Toohey. SIGMA PI DELTA— This club is open to all women students who are interested In Home Economics. They spon- sored the annual spring and fall style shows, assisted by the sponsor. Miss Emma Ueland. Left to right, front row, Anne Lasoway, Gloria Nelson: second row. Helen KokoM, Virginia Schwager. Betty Sorensen; third row. Donna Roadruck, Lila Guy, Joan Hegi, Doris Kiljan: top row, Joyce Merchant, Barbara Loy, Jeanne Boyer. Miss Ueland. d by Mr ARCHI— Architecture club is open to all students who are interested in architecture. It is ., , ith. Left to right, front row, Ed Haddick, Frank Doyle, Bob Mason, Gene Sylvus, Bob M cClellan: second Dean Johnson, Bernard Stjernquist, Gene Sylvus, Jirr Wolfe, Ralph Srabisch, Ray Grove: third row, Boyce Brooks Don Baker, Howard Marter, Bud Glenn, Charlie Field: top row, Mr. Smith, Bob Stombs Sidney Schloerrer Jim Smart. Al Lardner. LADIES CLUB— This club is open to all women students who are interested in charm and fashion. They pre sented a fashion show during the year, and were assisted by their sponsor, Mrs, Ella Woodrow. Left to right front row, Jan Johnson, Barbara Pringle, Rosemary Vandagrift, Allis Sloan: second row, Suzanne Read, Janei Hellier, Jevere Gibbons, Beverly Bergman: third row, Barbara Jaqer, Barbara Sharps, Mickey Collins, Dawn Wallace, Irene Martin, Jackie Johnson: top row, Annabel Hiqley, Polly Bowen, Mrs. Woodrow, Leslie Johi Virginia Bowman, Tudy Wall, Pat Thompson. D. PANCHO CLUB— For those In journalism classes, or Interested In journalisnn, this club Is the social organiz tlon. Mr. Derrill Place is the faculty advisor. Left to right, front row. Gene Sarton, Pinky Pinkerton, Elean Hoyt. Carolyn Clendenen, Rex Rexrode: Second row, Herb Roth, Annabelle Higley, Charlie Stribling, P Loughran, Aleene Barnes; Third row. Buff Leberman and friend, Dick Grant and friend. TAU ALPHA DELTA— This club is open to all science students .ind to those persons interested in science. Mr arold Cochrane is the club advisor. Left to right, front low, Ed Wilcox. Anthony Gangi, Janice Krenzer, Car roll Evans, Bill Kahl; top row, Al Sheppard, Bill Sweeney, Mr. Cochrane. Under the sponsorship of Mr E Smlt th . TH t ndale Colleges largest or ganizations open to all students who . re nt. it -i m I ir_i iri n ' -r sports President was Russ Read, vice president Ken Watts secretary Barbara Jager and treasurer Tom Gate Members were Russell Airth Phyllis Barrette Bob Beatie Catherine Beatie Deidre Becker John Becker Betty Bell Gloria Bingley William Bomont Barbara Boskovich Richard Boucher Sewell Bradley. Arlen Bright, Beverly Brock, Clarence Brubaker, Patti Brumbard, Bill Buckley. Dick Butler, Joanie Carrick, Don Cena, Lois Cjarman, Marilyn Cinelli, Edwin Clark, Tony Colby, Jim Coops. Don Cosgrove, Don Culver, Laura Cypher, Dick Dederich, Larry Dich. Pat Dorian, Barbara Dorsey, Bob Doubt, Yvonne Doyle. Marilyn Eader, Barbara Ellis, Rosalyce Enefer, George Farrier, Suzanna Fenton, Charles Field, Jack Fredericks. Bill Freedman. Joan Garey, Virginia de Generes, Don Gittelson. Burt Grant, Bruce Hacker, and Dotti Halldorson. Additional members were: Milton Marker. Helen Harvey, Jean Herdman, Beverly Hermon, Al Hersh- man, Annabelle Higley. Lynn Hoag, Dick Holden, Carol Holmes, Charles Hosier, Eleanor Hoyt, Carol Jepson, F. R. Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Jan Johnson, Leslie Johnson, John Kirkman, Dodge Krivonak, Fred Lange, Buff Leberman. Gerry Marshall, Bonnie Martin, Irene Martin, Mary Massey. Patti Max- on. Bob May, Pat McDonald, Judd McKay, Jim Mengos. Jim Moss, Joan Mulvihlll, Gloria Neibert, Derrick Olsen. Rodney Olsen, Forest Olson, Watson Otis, Tom Paine. Charles Perry, G. Plyley, Doris Pollock. Howard Pond, Barbara Pringle, Marilyn Randall, Suzanne Read. Rita Reddoch. Howard Ros- sar. Bill Rosson. Bill Roth, John Roth. Joyce Sackmann. Jean Saeger. Laurance Salisbury. Jerry San- ders. Jim Schoenneman, William Schulte, James Seaberry. Pat Seeber, Jamie Senior. Jackie Shannon. Marilyn Sherrod. Allis Sloan. Virginia Soikkeli, John Sommer, Doris Spaulding. Gene Steckman. Bill Stefens. Harry Thomas, Everett Thompson, John Tierney, D. Tucker. Tom Van Rensselarr. Bud Waite. Dawn Wallace, Joy Wallace. Kenny Watts, Byron Weissberg. Janice Wells, Jane West, Bob Wester- holm, Marg. Wheeler, Douglas Whitny, Carter Williams, Bill Wilson, James Wollert. Joe Woodside. George Workman, Carol Yansen, Ann Young, Don Zaremba, and last but not least. Mary Zaun. Selected as the most outstanding sophor prised of eight other outstanding sophor Zechiel. Queen Phyllis Alden. Shirley Ma was flower girl. Dyson. Bobbie Ct class, Phyllis Alden reigned as May Queen. Her court was com eft to right are: Donna Craft, Joan Hoyle, Marcella Park, Monc chran. Carolyn Farris and Nancy McKelvey. Peggy Mulvihil MAY QUEEN AND HER COURT ROUND-UP DAY QUEEN AND HER COURT Jan John Queen of Roun. Shirley Mae Dys Carol Jepson, and Gloria Davis were tt ollege and Queen of the City of Glenda ittendants of Dolores Holme " Days of the Verdugos. " signed i !r ««««« c c c«««««««««««««««««««« « ACTIVITIES t. ' GLENBALE COLLEGE The Pep Committee displays the college banner used at games. In ihe first row are; Bob Allen, Jamie Senior, Ted Umali, Ellen Clark, Fred Meyer, Peggy Bennett, Lester hlolmes; second row, Carol Jepson, Danny Galllvan, Margaret Finck, Barbara Headrick, Dorothy Mullln; 3rd row. Pete Angelillo, Mr. Levine. Dick Beck-Meyer, td Maher, Pat Dorian, and Dick Rubidge. GAME-TIME ACTIVITIES Ted Umali, co-ordinator of Pep actlvi-j ties and originator of the Glendale College card stunts, talks over the football situation with ferocious Willie. The Glendale College Band and dr majorettes form a " W " , for Weber in half-time stunt. Song and Yell Leaders, during the games. vhoop-i 1948 was Glendale College ' s first attempt during the half-time activities. the use of card stunts tf iW t 5 M CHEER LEADERS with unceasing vivaciousness, these yell kings sparked ihe football games by keeping the crowds cheering with their endless enthusiasm. In addition to leading the peppy yells, they capably organized and carried through the half-time card stunts. PAT DORIAN t jHp Marilyn Randa f With a great deal of enthu- siasm and effervescent ener- gy, Marilyn Randall, Jamie Senior. Dorothy Yount, and Carol Jepson led the songs at all pep assemblies, athl et- ic contests, and parades. r H E M L I N E H O P Backward Dance in Mills received the prize for typifying the " New Look " from Rex lode editor of the El Vaquero. Joan Niedrich took the honors for the " Big Stare. " Enjoying the danceable music at I the " Hemline Hop " were Barbara Jager and Ed Chandler. Some of the girls really came through with the " Big Stare. " Barbara Sharpe and Pat joyed the fine orchestra Starr. Kelly en- of Ernie ■M ■ i P " ■ k I La EnL Hflk . ' i Phil Harris and Alice Faye entertained the dancers during the evening. A giant silver Christmas tree was the center of attention of all the beautiful decorations. NOEL NOCTURNE Winter Forma I A record crowd enjoyed the radio band of Phil Harris. In the center ot the dance floor, suspended from the ceiling by streamers, hung a gigantic, gold paper crown filled with balloons. Marilyn Randall and Bill Palmer crowned Queen and King of the Coronation Ball. Checking girls had a busy evening. CORONATION BALL hiappy smiles testify to the success of the Ball. Vido Musso and his band supplied the smooth music. A record crowd filled the Civic. 1 w f% . ' Wo Executive Editor, Hank Whitney Head Photographer, Bob Nell Graduates, Don Keller LA REATA STAFF Clubs, PinLy Pinkerton Activities, Aleene Barnes Administration. Jo Ann Sapp Athletics, Rusty Mil Athletics, Ralph Handy Government, Norman Rossell EL VAQUERO STAFF Members of El Vaquero staff put out the weekly college newspaper. In the fore- ground are Executive Editor, Rex Rexrode; and Assistant Editor, Carolyn Clendenen. Seated around the table, from left to right, are: Herb Roth, feature writer; Bonnie Shupe, circulation; Dick Stumbaugh, reporter; Pat Loughran, drama and music; Pinky Pinkerton, society editor; Aleene Barnes, managing editor; Eleanor Hoyt. features; Clyde Rexrode. news reporter; Buff Leberman, news reporter; Annabelle Higley, feature writer, and Nancy Powers, news reporter. In the background are Dick Grant, sports editor, and Gene Garton, sports writer, who also handle the Athletic Publicity Bureau. I First row, left to ri ght: Mona Zee niel. Je an F ahm. Mar 1 MM ,_U. 11 C IV = Gena rro. Herb Ro th, H KotcMck. Otto Poll ensky, Me Ca vert. Mary Wood, J an e Groom, Nanc Sheph erd. Ruth Gir ton a row: Milton Younq, director: Warily n Wes , Loi Charrran Y onne Jeppe sen. Pat Louqhra n, Henry Guzm Bill Clark Walter B uckner, Jo n H addox. John Mitchell. Loi Sanders, B etty Chase. Valdene Van Note Third row Betty Fl ley, Juno Stov er. Ma rylin Skelton, A jdr y De Witt, Leo nard Jc rdan Raleigh Moff Foushee. Dick Schol e, Patti M LaVon Stor -nont, Dori H II, Dawn Sh ove. Fourth row Sharon Hoyt, Doris Spa ulding, Bev eriy Stefan s, Ja ck Ros , Charles Forha II Pellegrini La ry Jon 5S, K en Doler Ever Grimes, aura Cyp ner. Sally Fras« r. Mu riel Salley, Sa n ' dr Lombardi. Dick Schneider, A CAPELLA Dick Stainheimer The Photo Class, under the direction of Mr. Charles Harrington, took care of prob- ably the biggest assignment on this year ' s annual, that of taking all the pictures The boxes of printing paper, bulbs, and film pictured above were only a small fraction of those used taking the six hundred pictures which comprise this book. Head photo grapher was Bob Nellis who was also on last year ' s staff. Taking care of the lab work such as developing and printing, was Kieth Baldwin. Dick Steinheimer, Bill Clark, Bob Snowdy and Herb Roth were instrumental in taking the majority of the pictures. OUTWARD BOUND i ll Sr r- ' 9UHf J[aKL i mrnm " The MERRY WIDOW " Above: Louis Cutelll takes a solo. Below: Walt Buckner scares the cabaret girls with a mouse. WW.0 i How: Beverly Thomas and Jerry Antes are featured da " -- " " ' ' Dick Scholle, Phillip Wessley, Louis Cutelll, Dick Reese, Walt Buckner, Bo Fouchee, and Larry Jones sing of fhe wiles of women. Doing a colorful dance, tfie cabaret girls are; Pat Maxon, Doris Hill, Lois Sweeten, Audrey De Witt, Marilyn Skelton. Marcene Rounsavel is welcomed by the male members of the Marsovian delegati( All technical duties of stage operations are handled by the Stage Crew. The members are, from left to right, first row: Bob Walder, Charles Field, Mr. Arthur Brady, and Rapheal Wolff: second row: Bruce Hacker; Danny Haller, and Pete Angellllo; third row: Rae Sturn, Judd McKay, and Ray Stofel. STAGE CREW P. A. CREW Members of the Physics 32 class composing the P. A. Crew are, from left to right, front row: Charles Postel, and Harold Jacobs; sec- ond row: Herbert Mason and Ralph Dodds; third row; Charles Fox and Robert Wood. IN APPRECIATION The staff of La Reata would like to express our sin- cere gratitude to the following persons and organi- zations whose complete cooperation nnade this book possible: Mr. Bill Retchin and the S. K. Smith Com- pany for our cover; Mr. Arthur Griffin and the Glendale Printers for engraving, printing, and bind- ing; Dunlap-Turney Photographers for our graduate portraits; and Mr. Charles hHarrington and the entire photography department. yuioarap id I ' ..y uioarapnS 6 - A i v cS-A - Myt - vsro v 00 OCif2-- «5 ' - t j%Ad

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