Laney College - Oak Log Yearbook (Oakland, CA)

 - Class of 1958

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-Tm ARTS Col Lice . 0F ' mn 30858255 4 Where trees once flourishing grew . . . Stands the tower of wood and stone 6 Foreword . This is the Oakland Junior College Oak Log. It is the year in review . . . a pictorial chronicle and a reservoir of memories . . . a galaxy of otherwise irrevocable moments, of feelings, of sights, and of sounds. And above all, the Oak Log presents the people who lived these moments, who had the feelings, who saw the sights and who listened to the sounds. Whether lolling in the cafeteria, sitting leisurely in the sun, pondering academic questions in the classroom, exploring the mysteries of nature in the laboratories . . . urging the Thunder- birds to victory, or strutting briefly but gloriously an hour on the stage, raising voices in the choir . . . we here see ourselves in action. Chief motivating force behind the initial Oak Log is Willialil Rulon who conceived the idea and whose courage and judgment led to its realization. Progress was accelerated by the able assis- tance of Stuart Smith, Associate Editor, whose experiences as Editor of the Tower proved invaluable to the completion of the Log. Credit, too, is due the Student Government Associations and their presidents: George Spowart and Henry Dishroom at Mer- ritt, and Frank Wells and Norman Toly at Laney, for their fore- sight in assisting the crystallization of this original volume. Over-all direction and guidance emanated from "central in- telligencew personified as Dr. John F. Summersette, yearbook advisor, whose experience in the publication of yearbooks and competence did more to transform the Oak Log uideai' into a tangible asset than any other single force. The staff is grateful to Mr. Robert L. Ozias of Lederer, Street and Zeus, Printers, and to Mr. Robert Moon of California Art and Engraving Company, for courtesy, patience, and inspiration. To three photographers, the staff issues especial thanks for competence in photographing the people, the activities: Viales B. Studio of San Francisco, Ross Anderson, Tower photographer, and Francisco Ortiz, Jr., whose creative Leica photographs point to extended yearbook possibilities in 35 mm photography. A special cum laude is due Mr. Edward Abood, Faculty Year- book coordinator for Laney campus, for his diligence, perse- verance and interest beyond the call of duty, and without whose assistance this product might never have been realized. The 1958 Oak Log staff hopes that this book will be one of your cherished possessions and that it will provide you with many mo- ments of pleasant recollections. W11,1.1AM RULON, Editor STUART SMITH, Associate Editor DR. JoHN F. SUMM1-JRSETTE, Adviser



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jham' mwl,fh.eQ Dr. Clement Long, Director Oakland .lunior Collegeis two campuses are presided over by Dr. Clement A. Long. ln his first vear as the lnstitution's Director, Dr. Long has listed goals and established blueprints for the pattern of his future eHorts. As chief administrator on the Merritt cam- pus, Dean Blake W. Spencer has worked indefa- tigably to maintain and improve the College,s high academic standards. And Laney's Dean Thomas W. Cole, in his first year as the campus' head administrator, has envisioned expanded services and commensurate quality. The strategic and vital position of Associate Dean of lnstruction on Merritt campus is held by Miss Marian Malloy who has sustained this office since the College's inception and whose efforts have helped Merritt campus to realize enduring values. The responsibility of providing services which are maximum to the development of each stu- dent's personality is the charge of Dean Clyde Fake at Merritt and of Dean Paul Thomas at Laney. Both supervise a comprehensive student personnel program. Business affairs at Merritt come under the range of Assistant Dean James Locke, a familiar figure on the campus. And the multiple duties of the evening schools are handled by Dr. Wil- liam J. Lafferty at Merritt and by Dean Fred- erick Manglcsdorf at Laney. The Colleges administrators lead the way to- ward its strong foundation today. Left: Laney's Dean Thomas W. Cole. Right: Merritfs Dean Blake W. Spencer. p16ll'L,l2J2D to '

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