Menlo College - Enterprise Yearbook (Atherton, CA)

 - Class of 1975

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I 6 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS . .30 SENIORS ............... 34 GRADUATION ........... 48 I JUNIORS ...... 4. . .... 52 SOPHOMORES ........... 64 FRESHMEN Q ............. 74 CALENDAR OF EVENTS. . Q . .82 S.B.A. DAY ......... Q .... 84 SPEAKER PROGRAM ....... 86 MENLO ON TOUR ......... 88 S.B.A. BOAT DANCE ....... 90 ORGANIZATIONS I ........ 92 ADVERTISEMENTS ........ 98 3 DEDICATION 1974-1975 Dear Professor Crooks and Professor Vanderlip, We the students of the Menlo College School of Business Administration wish to dedicate this 1974-1975 publication to two outstanding professors of the Menlo Community, Professor James W. Crooks and Charles A. Vanderlip. ' These individuals have served the students for many years, always offering a new and fresh approach as well as their own personal experiences in the business world to the academic courses. lt is for this concerned and personal touch that we wish to thank them. , To Mr. Crooks who has iust this year retired, we hope he will enioy his well deserved leisure time with his wife and their new home. V I To Mr. Vanderlip who is still wrapped up with the students, may he find the time outside of the academics to preserve his sanity and prepare himself for the coming year. Thank you for your years of dedication to Menlo. Sincerely, THE SBA STUDENT BODY cRooKs, JAMES w. B.S., University of California, 1933, graduate study, University of California, 1933-35, San Jose State College, 1950-51, M.A., Stanford University, 1955. Menlo 24 years. Professor of Economics, Psychology, Transportation, Business and Govern- ment. lv Di' I gil lt , 'l , QE' l1, Q Lv ' "AA , is E VANDERLIP, CHARLES A. A.B., Harvard College, 1949, M.B.A., Stanford University, 1951, graduate study, San Francisco State College. American Can Co., 1951-62. Menlo 12 years. Professor of Marketing Management, Production Management, Business and Society, Industrial Relations. l 1 7, x L N 'U' ! L, A, ..f-S , , ,-Y. T ' 'A X' 1 K' N I XF ' UL 'W i""fN -' .F .ff 5- X 4g v. 4 -k , . nl H I 3 ... ,K -S Ai A K , . ....- .f -1 ,er ly l 5 i Y Q- ,Y . x 'f',.r-fp , 1 Riff-iY.'. , Mug, .-.fmil '1K.'U". '-: D' v , 4' ' a--Q 1 wk A My-,, 'Ir- ' nm. r 'A . 4. 'lx Y' 5 g 1. 9 1 Q ii -SY: I 1 ' 4 -Y 1 1-'fig U --, 5 ,, r . r-is 1 Q ' ' x . . viz, A .A-. .. ,,. ,N ,-. . 4- 'fa ' .25.:72f:' r , QT 3 'W v, 1, x . ' -X ' ' V+ "Z "', ff-,' " , Y A ' , v . - . .w,.1'- ,.: -'g - 4 . f Q F gif 't -",g":V:A A-ve ' . - I 4-:vi ' . g I 1 in '- . ,-Q-L ' f X . 'P e V 'its' me-H . ,K -f rf- - As... 24-. R1 :.-L '11 .,- V 'ff ,. 'Ib f , L HE MENLO CAMPUS ATHLETIC FIELDS MICHAELS HALL KRATT HALL COLLEGE HALL LANGUAGE ARTS EL CAMINO HALL ADMINISTRATION ADMISSIONS AND STUDENT SERVICES GYMNASIUM SWIMMING POOL HOWARD HALL DINING HALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FLORENCE MOORE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING BOWMAN LIBRARY STUDENT UNION We hold these truths to be apparent: the Menlo School of Business Administration, through a combination of liberal education and professional business training, prepares young men and women for life and for a voca- tion, that this experience in higher education provides the graduate with an understanding of the political, social, economic, and technological character of the nation and the world, that this education is a continuing process, a way of life which, once acquired, lasts a life- Hme. We believe that these tenuous times not only affect bus- iness but stem from business practices in the market place where businessmen contribute to, or detract from, the ultimate worth and achievement of our society. Busi- ness encompasses the organization, the motivation, the risk-taking, and the direction of an economy and can, through its activities, fulfill or deny the true destiny of a nation. This we see as our challenge and our future. As an institution, the Menlo School of Business Adminis- tration has maintained a high standard of professional- ism among its faculty and has expected a professional- ism of its students. The increased participation by female students and the increasing internationalism in the student body have contributed to a new maturity of the school. Also the continuing development of the cur- riculum to encompass the new directions and new needs both of business and the individual has maintained a standard comparable to many graduate programs. We trust this standard will be maintained by future genera- Hans 'x yi I ', C-91461114 cSCh001 of CBUJ i "Un College less Eldmrhistration if To achieve the balance 'of academic knowledge with professional expertise, new programs have been incor- porated into the total experience. Local business profes- sionals have been committed to individual counseling of School of4Business Administration students through a student-business advising program. Increased emphasis upon internships in business, government, and labor has been initiated, and additional programs are under con- sideration. In fact this has been a year of close college- community cooperation whereby ioint proiects with local business organizations were commissioned and executed. A philosophy of ioint student-business learn- ing has replaced the older separatism of the academic and the professional. This has been the year of emancipation, the year of increased dialogue between the student and the busi- ness professional. May this opened channel of commu- nication and support be promoted in order that gradu- ates, present and future, be rewardedwith the benefits of an experienced education, successful employment at the professional level, and personal fulfillment toward life goals. ' YEARBCOK STAFF I975 EDITOR ..... . . .BILL ATALLA CO-EDITOR .... . . .GEORGIA LEE LAYOUT .... ..... A NN LEDIG GEORGIA LEE PHOTO EDITOR ..... ..... Ic ARL KNEIP PHOTOGRAPHERS .... .,.. D ENNIs ELLIOT DOUG KOLB ROGER IWAMLIRA BILL ATALLA BUSINESS MANAGER ....... MARK RINOREE ADVERTISING ...... . . .BILL ATALLA YEARBOOK ADVISGR . . . . . .MR. CHARLES VANDERLIP - Jzzxf-. ,1 X, P G 3 KSQ2'1J 6 il 30N X293 A D 4 5 xg xl 8x LX Q 5 x 8 W J ' mfg 6 N, 7 K 10 32 ES '34 ff gi SL 9 Auf ' K' ,, S351 X Z " fx-'NL may y E!!-f fi N 'X if 1 c Q I 3 36K ' A f' 40 lx I X J 15 ' ' K, Q-16k 17 a ,,, 41 5 X N2 'R 313 TSWJQ ff fbi ' 2 bl -Q42 ?'A43!Nwjl39 K' ' 4 7' k44X A ff If F , A 2 J f- 420 21 L23 ,23Tg,,24 K N45 Q48KX49Qf'y 1 K "N, , X ' K QL izsv 46X 47 S 2 Ya 50 1. A 5 N9 X T F 12 , I . A 1 Paul Muni Mercedes McCambridge John Ireland Broderick Crawford Rita Tushingham Ronald Reagan Wallace Beery Bill Atalla Dustin Hoffman Zero Mostel Peter Lorre Kier Dullea Karl Kneip Charlie Chaplin Max Von Sydow Vanessa Redgrave Abby Lincoln Dede Jacobs 19. Jean Simmons 20. Mark Kindree 21 Oliver Hardy 22. Edna Purviance 23. Tyrone Power 24. Georgia Lee 25. Albert Finney 26. Roger Iwamura 27. Alan Bates 28. Brigitte Bardot 29. Jeanne Moreau 30. Clara Bow 31. Theda Bara 32. Shirley McLaine 33. Professor Vanderlip 34. Dennis Elliot 35. 36. Marie Dressler Gloria Swanson . Mae West . W. C. Fields . Catherine Deneuve 40. James Stewart 41. Efrem Zimbalist Jr 42. Pola Negri 43. Ava Gardner 44. Claudette Colbert 45. Ruth Gordon 46. Inger Stevens 47. Faye Dunaway Ann Ledig Buster Keaton Mary Pickford We are all aware of the events of this year, T974-1975. It has been a year of great strain for our country's political and economic systems alike. Simultaneous with the Watergate shattering of top national leadership has been the continuing pain of runaway inflation, marked by ever-growing unemployment. Thus as I974 ended we looked back with few fond memories. But i975 has not been a year to look back at what is now history but to strive forward restating basic principles and organizing ourselves for what lies ahead. Pessimism has no place in today's world nor does sitting back and wishing the situation were better. What is called for are the concerted efforts of each individual to cope with the national situations and his personal situation. The graduates more than anyone are out from under the security blanket of College and are faced with some very real difficulties and barriers. But those who persist will find their place in society much sooner than those who wait for change and prolong becoming independent and participating citizens. I The cartoon below represents what one might see and how one might feel if newly exposed to the events characteristic of this rapidly changing year. Sooner than later the bird inside his shell will have to look outside again into the world and if he does so with a positive and optimistic attitude, things will not look half as bad. Bill Atalla Editor AY I 7 1 5 I . FACULTY ADMINISTRATICN '3,,.i"! fs? 1- fm, ,', ' lx . If sw J: . PM f 4vI'g"f' g, -. I .Q -dz I STAFF DONALD J ALBERS Chairman Mathematics Department B S Unuverslty of North Dakota M A Andrews Umverslty ROSEMARY ACKERL Secretary SBA R EUGENE BALES Chairman Social Sciences Department B M E Umverslty of Wlchlta M A Unlverslty of Wlchuta Ph D Stanford Unlverslty ff SHAU WING CHAN Asian Language and History A.B. Lignan University, China A.M. Stanford University Ph.D. Stanford University JAMES P. CONLAN Mathematics A.B. University of California at Berkeley M.A. California State University at Sacramento JAMES W. CROOKS Economics lB.Sg University of California at Berkeley M.A. Stanford University DONALD F. DRURY Director of Libraries B.A. Cambridge University M.A. Cambridge University M.L.S. University of California at Berkeley HOWARD T. EAST Director of lnterim Sessionp History A.B. Colgate University M.A. California State University at San Francisco BETH FAIRMAN Circulation Librarian 'QT-7 LINDA HANSEN Recorder PHILLIP HUTCHEON Assistant Recorder ' KAY JONES Secretary, Dean of Students Office Q: 4! 15' sm 2 A R LAVERNE JUDY Corporate France A B Stanford Umverslty M B A Sanford Unlverslty L. KENT D KESSINGER Communications B A Unlverslty of Mlssourr M A California State Unlverslty at San Francisco Ph D Unlversrty of California at Berkeley LEON T. LCOFBOUROW Charrman, Fine Arts Departmentp Art and Literature A.B. Pomona College M.A. Stanford Unlverslty A"",:-x. . . . Nl - ft . . ' 1 . . . . 'L .V . . . . ' KATHY MCLAUGHLIN I A Acquisitions!Reference Libraian CRAIG MEDLEN Economics B.A. University of California at Berkeley Ph.D. University of California at Santa Barbara WILLIAM A. MOSER Registrar A.A. Menlo College A.B. University of Indiana M.A. Stanford University HAROLD E. MUNSTERMAN Associate Dean of Students, Biology A.B. California State University at San Jose i M.A. Stanford University RICHARD F. O'BRIEN President - A.B. University of California at Santa Barbara M.A. Stanford University Ed.D. Stanford University i' 'J t -51X We-.gf JEFFREY L. NUGENT Assistant Director of Admissions B.S. Menlo School of Business Administration ANNA E. RICHERT Associate Dean of Studentsg Physical Education B.S. Skidmore College M.S. Syracuse University JOHN D. RUSSELL Directory Law L.L.B. Northwestern School of Low, Lewis and Clark College A.B. Stanford University M.A. Stanford University G. WILLIAM ROLLOSON Chairman, Science and Engineering Department, Physics B.S. University of Southwestern Louisiana M.A. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. University of New Mexico PHILLIP G. SCHULTZ English and Drama B.A. Colby College M.A. Stanford University , 1 LESLIE B. SEELY, JR. Computer Science and Physics B.S. Haverford College M.A. Haverford College Ph.D. University of Wisconsin DOROTHY SKALA Secretary to the Director ROBERT L. THOMAS Dean of Studentsg Director of Athletics B.A. University of Michigan M.A. Stanford University JOHN TEMPLETON Assistant Director of Admissions B.A. Whitman College FRANCIS BUDD TIMS Accounting B.S. University of California at Berkeley M.B.A. Golden Gate University PATRICK H. TOBIN Humanities and Art History B.A. University of Colorado M.A. University of Texas 1 :gf jx, 'i 'x tri Q WILSON P. TODD Personnel and Marketing A.B. Stanford University M.B.A. Harvard CHARLES A. VANDERLIP Marketing A.B. Harvard M.B.A. Stanford University iii' Y - 4 fb , ,it r if' ' .:',gQ,f.y H , ik - J ,. 'gk-" , - X ' 5 WW ' I 4 ' K I B JOHN WALKER Director of Admissions A.A. Menlo College A.B. Stanford University M.A. Stanford University CLARENCE J. WALTERS Management B.S. United States Naval Academy J.D. Georgetown University M.B.A. Stanford University ROGER L. 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S., Jo N: tw . ...S 4 . an X , ..A...M- ..,.-Y ,.-. 2 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 1974-75 SECRETARY Lemuel Moorman Russell Hatch PRESIDENT Luis Molinar James Burns TREASURER Susana Cheong Susana Cheong CLASS OFFICERS FRESHMAN Ron Quintero Geoffrey Flavell JUNIOR Dennis Elliott Karl Kneip SOPHOMORE Russell Hatch Scott Dilling SENIOR James Griffiths Ian Cooke I SENIORS , 3 34 W DON ARATA ATHERTON, CALIFORNIA BOUCHAIB BOURDOUD CASABLANCA, MOROCCO DANIEL BREISACHER SAN SALVADOR CUM LAUDE JAMES BURNS II MENLO PARK, CA. SBA PRESIDENT - SPRING CUM LAUDE SUSAN CHEONG HONG KONG SBA TREASURER SUMMA CUM LAUDE CHINTANA CHIRATHIVAT BANGKOK, THAILAND FRED DELANOY ATHERTON, CA. DAVID COPLEY LA JOLLA, CA. ALEJANDRO BARROSO MEXICO CITY, MEXICO k Y' ,I ,fl is r P' w ' if A ,1 , , sis 5 'Q J in ALEX DUTRIZ EL SALVADOR STEPHEN EARNSHAW PEBBLE BEACH, CA. JAMES FORESTI SAN FRANCISCO, CA. CUM LAUDE 1 1 IU? -lf..""5fi! f -' f -. , . ' f 1 Q 1 . Milan. gk , Vs ,. A Y x,. I li, -V ' U . 'EX , ' ' nH,.:,.'- . 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ARTURO MUYSHONDT SAN SALVADOR NORMAN NASH RENO, NEVADA DUNCAN NEWELL SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA FAHAD OLAYAN SAUDI ARABIA OCTAVIANO PADILLA MEXICO CITY, MEXICO JAMES PATTEN VALDOSTA, GEORGIA MICHAEL PIERPONT SANTA BARBARA, CA. I" lu.,x lg 1 -3 fr. 4? -M-QQSPK J ,-px Ax nd' ' v 1,4 ,..E5f- n, H 'I' I' wr 5 rx 'w Y - E I5 X. 5 k 734. J P0096 Q O Q, 757066 , Jn. zFQ,G,'5L6 af." 703 - x L xl - 1 . if 'cn ,L 4 . uf' ' 1 Y-,ff 'A 1 .R fn "qs ,u'X I 'X -. 4 AE ,.. .mf X . im w 5 4 a ,, ATN 1' :' iffy gf .11 N 'E A ! ! 'X FB ,- i E 4.5 in 315.35 '-,! W 'Q , i K S i S . V , I I ROBERT SWAINE GREGORY THAGARD SUZETTE TOWLER MEXICO CITY, MEXICO NEWPORT BEACH, CA. LOS ALTOS, CA. CUM LAUDE JAYNE ZAMBRESKY THOMAS HURLEY PEBBLE BEACH, CA. SANTIAGO, CHILE N E In Jw C Ji kia 4,8 QU -A " '!""-,.. 4 ,M ,-A-v ff is f"'.r- - -- .a""" We f i 'f , gi ur, -- E ' - -1?' -S -- wr ' f - 5 n ..-- - :-ina.-Ili 9 - f T - Y if .nr 1 J: TF 1 -fijixi U:qi' 552 - EZ Z' :rt : :: - r-gt 31' "" - is - ' CCMMENCEMENT MENLO SBA 'F 'k JUNE 6,1975 ORDER OF EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL Concerto 34 IJ. S. Bachl John C. Walker, Department of Music Menlo College IVOCATION The Reverend Rowswell O. Moore Rector, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Menlo Park ADDRESS Caroline Moore Charles, Guest Speaker "Keeping an Open Mind" 1 4.4 V ' ' 4 - -.' X "f".-, PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION John D. Russell Director, Menlo College CONFERRAL OF DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES Richard F. O'Brien, President CLOSING REMARKS Daniel J. McGanney, Jr. Chairman, Board of Trustees BENEDICTION The Reverend Mr. Moore ANTHEM RECESSIONAL X .1 Y K . uk 4 F , , c " fi, V3 is . . . I . . ,i .L wsu. ..fv-...z.s- :,......u- .Qu-1. 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'- ig 1' Paul Pagllal Ronald Quunfero Bruce Jose Regens Eduardo Ruffo Dean Ryan X avier Saavedra Ralph Sherman LE Tahosuon Rick Wilson Shohei Yclmashifa Alan Zuber CALENDAF FALL SEMESTER 5 AUGUST 25 - Barbeque for new students, parents, faculty 26 - Movie - Le Mans 28 - Classes begin , 29 - Women's meeting 30 - Orientation Picnic!Keggar - Flood Park 31 - SBA Welcome Dance SEPTEMBER 2 - Labor Day 24 - Circle K - Blood Drive Reception for new SBA students at President O'Brien's home 27 - Circle K - Picnic - Frisbee!Golf Tournament - Flood Park OCTOBER 4 - SBA Student!Faculty Reception - L'Omelette's 9 - Piano Recital - Vladimir Pleshakov 14 - Lecture on Edouard Degas by Patrick Tobin 18 - Mid Semester Holiday 26 - Halloween Dance - Ladera Oaks Country Club 28 - Lecture on Vincent Van Gogh by Patrick Tobin NOVEMBER 1 - Marathon Dance for the United Fund 2 - Fall Sports Banquet - Rickey's Hyatt House 4 - ASIA night - Dinner at Saga Movie Lecture on Paul Gaugin by Patrick Tobin r 7 - Apache Relay Play - Skin of Our Teeth 8 - Play - Skin of Our Teeth 9 - SBA Bowling Party - Mel's Bowl 14 - WAA Self-Protection Lecture 16 - ICC Offshore Winds Casino Night 21 - WAA Huddart Park Hike WAA Dinner at Mrs. Richert's 27 - Thanksgiving Recess starts DECEMBER 4 - Mecca -Movie 7 - WCI Christmas Semi-Formal Dance - St. Francis Hotel 8 - Christmas Art Show 17 - Christmas Dinner at Saga 20 - Christmas Recess - 12 noon u JANUARY 6 - 31 -Interim Session FEBRUARY 14 - WCl Valentine's Day Dance Student Union - Backroads 17 - Washington's Birthday - Holiday F EVENTS SPRING SEMESTER MAY 20 - Production Tour - American Can Company M h' Sh ac me op 1 - Speaker - March Fong Eu - 25 - Speaker - Dr. George Rentz - The Oil Secfefofv of Stale I d t n Us ry Old-Fashioned Boxing Night MARCH 2 - Box Lunch, Auction, Carnival IO - Skdflrlg Night Rggfime review 12 - Scl Bowling Night 3 -- White Elephant Sale l3 - Production Tour - American Can Company Kqppq Chi Boqf Dance 14 - Omlk"0"' Befds CGSFHO Nl9l"f Backgammon - Domino Tournament 15 - Circle K - L05eflUm Trip 8 - Production Tour - Guittard Chocolate 18 - Movie - ASM - Fists of FUVY 12 - Public Relations Banquet - Refectory 20 - Production Tour - Wall Street Journal 16 -. SBA Day Menlo Fashion Show B,-egkfgsf 21 T VCCGHOD begll'IS Keggqf , Flood Pqfk Keggar - Huddart Park APRIL 18 - Junior-Senior Picnic -Martin's Beach I - Classes resume 23 - PALMS Party I7 - Production Tour - Aies Research Center dd k Keggar - Hu art Par I9 - ASIA-PALMS Party C I C H irc e K - ar Ra y 23 - Movie - PALMS - Lawrence of Arabia JUNE 24 - Production Tour - Legale Tannery 26 - SBA-Delta Sigma Pi Boat Dance 6 " Graduation Reception for Graduates at the April 29 - May 3 Spring Festival O'Bf'en'5 29 - Malachi's Revenge 30 - Malachi's Revenge tigrf.. J. SBA Day Speaker: Gary Awad S.B.A 1 THE PURPOSE To bring businessmen and stud together for friendly, informal 1 cussion and an interchange of ideas, To acquaint the Business Comn nity with the obiectives of the Menlo School of Business Adm i tration, To expose the business student expert, direct from the field, oi ions on current trends in manaq t AY 5 .A. DAY IS: policies and techniquesp increase understanding of the ponsibility and the role of busi- s in the community and of its rts to help solve the economic social problems thereof. speaker for SBA Day was Gary wad from the Union Oil Com- y. Mr. Awad spoke about the ture of OPEC." Qki"r--- SBA Day Chairman: John Stibolt The Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity sponsored the speaker program at Menlo School of Business Administration. The spring topic of discussion was international bus iness. Middle East Dr. George Rentz Hoover Institute lcuratorl Stanford University Dr. William H. Wainwright Assistant Vice President World Banking Division Bank of America, San Francisco Africa Dr. Marshall Clogh PhD, African History Stanford University Mr. Thomas L. Cameron Bache 8- Co., Brokers, San Francisco World Affairs Council, member Europe Dr. Carlos de Arrigunaga Economist, World Banking Division Bank of America, San Francisco History Business History Business Business Professor of Graduate Business and Banking at Golden Gate University Latin America Dr. Donald S. Barnhart San Francisco State University lDept. of Social Sciencel Mr. Carlos Rodriquez - Pastor, L.L.B. Vice President International Division Wells Fargo Bank, Sdn Francisco Pacific Basin Dr. Robert W. Davenport Senior Economist, International Development Center Stanford Research Institute History Business Business ,..,,,Y-V M..- ,Y,-, Y .V F ...V., .3 ,,Y N- .V ' f - ' V,-fa 1. .' V -XX A M f Y 87 MENLO ON TOUR wgmacii SEX AMES RESEARCH CENTER Recently twenty students from Professor Vanderlips pro- duction class, toured Ames Research Center a division of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, lNASAi, in Sunnyvale, California. We were greeted by Mr. John Habermeyer, Director of Health and Safety, who planned the in depth tour for us, and arranged a variety of fantastic speakers. These diverse speakers spoke on such subiects as Exobiology, Flight simulation, and other various pure research activities being carried out on the fifty-five building complex. The speakers were Dr. Zill, Dr. Pelligra, and Mr. Pearson. These gen- tlemen were most responsive to the students in answer- ing a wide variety of questions. The tour began with a promotional film orienting the vis- itors to the functions of Ames Research Center. Primarily Ames is engaged in highly technical research concern- ing life in outer space with all its implications and more tangible research in the aircraft industry from small planes to the space shuttle to their latest studies con- cerning Verticle Take Aircrafts, IVTAJ. After the film we proceeded at a brisk pace to the worlds largest wind tunnel where new designs can be tested on the largest of airplanes. At present they were testing the aeordy- namic characteristics of one of the VTA's. From there we proceeded into the Life Science building where Dr. Zill, an articulate speaker, gave us a semes- ters course in biology in a forty-five minute period. On completion of a questionfanswer period we moved on to the building containinc- wht simulating equipment. Here Dr. Pelligra detailef. .ie tour. The simulator has the unbelievable abilities to simulate in every detail the flight characteristics of any type of aircraft under all weather conditions. The heart of the system is a com- puter which transmits the movements to the cab where the pilot or astronaut commands the aircraft. The pur- pose of the simulator is to detect design errors through its handling characteristics in real situations presented by the simulator. These tests of aircraft design and func- tionality are done before the actual aircraft is con- structed. lt is at this stage of development that many design that appeared feasible on paper have been abandoned or modified due to actual characteristics experienced through simulation. .1-Z 4a,'i57' v-' ull' ull! lllll r illl 13131 ,QQIJ :MIU4 ,.,..,, 1. 1, My E-JI 1 Il -II lllll Ill! l !!Z'E gsi JE Q., .L il 11 I -gggaggh PW' i 1 rf. ff-K ' 1 w Q wg I 1 j 1 'T .iii-i 43115 W FY' 6 i r R ,U .gf 5.3. ,1 . 1 .V I A '. 1 w . v ig L W- z 1, Q.. -.. f .. , F2 Q-51 'Q' r I .fx ,ll md 1 rf , 'L l' , Jr ,l ,K L I- . 'G 4 . 34.-K gk.,.X or, 1 QV- . Us A r K' F 1. X .X R x x L S C -WQKQSQHHQA LEFT TO RIGHT: Yanis Soekami Ureasureri, Chris McCarthy, Ann Rosa Choy II.C.C. Rep.I, Tien Shen Ping, George Liang ISecretaryI Andrew Chan, Oscar Lin, Richar Tang IPresidentI, Hudson Li, Hie Ki Ong, Alvin Lam, Kathy Goodel Paul Lenng, Amy Loh. KUNG FU EXHIBITION . ,,-Ut, 4 A ,g . xr- .S I 4.w VIA..- . 125 I . A.S.I.A. AT THE SPRING FESTIVAL i 1 I- . A 4 A 4 i The objectives of A.S.l.A. are: To plan activities such as dinners, dances, lectures, movies, festi- vals, counseling common to various Oriental cultures with the idea in mind of enriching the experiences ofthe student cluring his aca- demic year at Menlo. The requirements for membership are: Be a regularly enrolled student at Menlo College and be willing to take an active part in planning and developing club activities. 5 , 45 specioldinner 6:30 gung fu demonstration TUESDAY APRIL 22, 1975 Y 'avi' AQSQUMXXQ ff Hp cSfr111gC7"i251iva1 Ciertitirate of Membership ASJA lan II tn innlnn that ns a lrmhzr nf thc sian Satuhent ilnternational Qssnciatlun of iillrnln Qinllrgr ann is thus arcorhrn th: jzllomsbin ann Dnbilrgzs at surh lcmtnrship 'Y rnzslnesr . ' ' A emexr Q4 , - . . , - W . ,I 3, E.7?d51.' , 1 4' a0""' In Y' ,I - wsu, , - f ' , , . 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Q LW -4 1,1 , ' 2 ' ,. -" Q H 4 km-apafrc :Ju paths - ' A 1 .iz-K' 'bf that wdzst Q' N- M Vagggggkfn gy.4yu:!3vd'.g,u:ur1n5 Lx bm-G Vaf-1'Q:..12'1,-:Q-f'222a:5:':."'..wg"-'tl :vi1!f:+4v:fsmirii2,1Q4iqW'v?9r:!Arv . , A Nur ., A awe,-.:' K' Q 5 6 Q2 M lv ff" ' ., 18 5 ,,.,. MARK KINDREE EDITOR THE MENLO OAK Editor In Chlef Mark Klndree Copy Edltor Dede Jacobs Advertlsln Make McGowan Photography Dennis Elliott Staff Wnters Kathy Goodell Mark Rowe Henry Coke Alison Kllachko J D Young Duck Makepeace The Menlo Oak IS publushed weekly September through May by Menlo College lournallsm students The Oak IS designed to serve as a means of mformmg the students of current events on and off campus The Oak us dlstrlbuted through newsstands at the dmmg commons and the student unlon. "g ........ . .. ' Sports . .. . ....BobWallace l . ... . . -..... . --.- ,i . I ,U . . , l I. I I , 1 0 . I l EI LI I I I EI I EI THE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, new this year sprang into action with horseback riding, bowling, a Valen- tine sock hop, frosh-soph softball game, and a carnival cro- quet booth, among its varied activities designed for the more active woman student of the College or SBA Shawn Malarkey Jodie Dixon 96 Service MRS RICHERT - ADVISOR Kathy Goodell Alison Kliachko Kathi Porter President Publicity Publicity Tasha Whitmore - Barbara Murphy Teri Hirshfield Barbara Mnchen Secretary! Treasurer Publicity DELTA SIGMA PI The "Zeta Rho" chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity is organized to foster the study of busl ness. The' brothers of the chapter have also organized school functions. Adel Baghaffar James Burns, ll lan Cooke Scott Dilling Geoffrey Flavell James Foresti Dean Gendel Russell Hatch Ted Hicks Jamie Jefferies Amr Khashoggi SPRING BANQUET Karl Kneip Thomas Lauchi Enoch Laud-Darku Thomas Lundstrom Oscar Lopez George Markham David Mascarenhas John McMahon James Nippes Fahad Olayan James Phillips Bruce Reddick Jeffery Roland Raoul Sevier Richard Shaklee Albert Stahl John Stibolt Andrew Swensson Benny T. Tan Gregory Thagard Herbert West Rick Wilson Alan Zuber SPCJNSORS P.A.L.M.S. MENLO FLORIST PREUSS PHARMACY ROBINSON AND JUDY SAFETY SPECIALISTS INC. ATALLA TECHNCVATIONS A ALUMNI AssoclATloN l P.O. Box 9579, School of Business Adminisfrafion, Menlo College, Menlo Parlc, CA 94025 I SBA Alumni Office: Dorofhy Scala l4I Sl 323-6I4I Exf. 38I June 6, I975 Dear Graduafing Senior: Congrafulafions on your accomplishmenfs in fhe School of Business Adminisfrafion and welcome fo a selecf group of Business professionals who mainfain a confinuing rapporf befween fhemselves and fhe SBA fhrough fhe Alumni Associafion. Your Associafion implemenfs proiecfs which benefif bofh fhe SBA and fhe Alumni members. We hope fo increase fhese programs in fhe fufure. Soon you will be receiving a regular newsleffer which will keep you informed abouf whaf is happening af fhe School and wifh fhe graduafes of fhe SBA like yourself. We will ask for your help in developing proiecfs, supporfing fufure sfudenfs fhrough a scholarship fund, and in suggesfing how your Alumni Associafion can help you in your professional and personal career. As Presidenf of your Alumni Associafion I wish fo encourage you fo fake an acfive parf in your Associa- fion. Please feel free fo wrife me af fhe above address and, above all, ioin us af any of Alumni Board meef- ings. We lool: forward fo meefing you and hope fhaf you will ioin us in Hawaii in '77 fo honor Judge's refire- menf. Sincerely, Alumni Associafion Board J. A. Lauaro, Presidenf FEL 4 DAVID D. BOHANNON ORCANIZATIGN 'Q glllllllllllyyf C'L'C'A'2f2Ql' ' 60 IIILLSDALE MALL SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 9 O3 TLLEPHONE 4115 345 822? 101 In fhe pasl' 'Few years Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce and Menlo School of Business Adminislrafion have worked rogefher on several proiecls benefi- cial fo The communi+y. On accounl of 'I'he success of fhese proiecfs we hope M E N L O ihese cooperafive ac+ivi'l'ies can confinue. 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