Mills College - Mills Crest Yearbook (Oakland, CA)

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Meg upson '70 H H H H X Nm w .zmgmez , we , " ' ' M H H HH HHN! H ses mugs H 1 R E , w K 1 w u 'w ww" 5g"'-i- ' ' u M ww u H w H H ww :ssl nie: ww H N N uw um uw w :H 4 1'-Rf wg? M H W + ww H H X X 6 55? mm fy , X-QJKLM gg lg "H :fi Mm, YA- 2 W ADMINISTRATIQN THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF MILLS COLLEGE Mr. Eugene E. Trefethen, Jr President Mr. Robert Minge Brown Mrs. Fredeeuo S. Hirshler Mr. W. P. Fuller Brawner Mr. Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel, Jr. Mr. Walter A. Haas Dr. James D. Hart Dr. Albert H. Hastorf, Ill Mr. Preston Hotchkis Mr. Georie F. Jewett, Jr. Mrs. Edward A. Kent Mr. Joseph W. Knowland Mr. Joseph M. Long Mr. Robert S. McCollum Mrs. James E. O'Brien Mrs. James Parton Mrs. Morton Sohwabacher Mr. David P. Smith Mr. Emmett G. Solomen Mrs. Harley C. Stevens Miss Jane Taylor Mrs. Mynderse Van Hoesen Mrs. Oswald G. Villard, Jr. Mrs. Herbert W. von Colditz Dr. Robert J. Wert REGIONAL TRUSTEES Mrs. Dear Rusk HONORARY TRUSTEES Miss Persis H. Coleman Mr. Charles Kendrick e .., 147 mein, , ff W fx, 5512: "' V' I, , Y Y. ,yqvg-HHr, Jul mx. g:5,,,!j,x,5. H W w ww fi2ugaK:7'4'?ffT:?ii?l:25.Au' H XW N k J W Robert Joseph Wert, President of the College i.. il ' ... WQW TT 1wW..'sT" 1 :V , N 'qi frf."'..i'.' -atm' ,...- .' ,f 5.1. tgggvi ,Hf'je As 1 iff" fi. Y" ' ., ' 5 Tie Mary Woods Bennett Provost and Dean of the Faculty it if' it X tgif.. .,U..W. X .,,3,x1s?,,3ga. wmv HM . ,555 .ilrffriw 4. I . iii""i',..iEiZi.Qgt 'F'?P'??,i"2Z"Wf'g2N ij. w.Yi:.i ii. 1 i .. .1 .-...sais ""' gli .. , iiim.Hfe'a Wigan Q ii. .1 W ..... .W . . :.k,. 5 .. ,,,,:, N,,, y 1 ' M " .. f iii.. ..'i..." H .!... V ' "ii3fi ...u: -Q... tiene' 'V ... - .. .. . nf P P2 : 51. 4 " if- ' 'W 53" any i ' ESW .Eli " in .."ii"' , . f ..Li.q A ,, ,Q ?fe,,4.., ..-:vp ,.. A V Q4-asf! S, - . U 1 . .e3d. ,,m..,,,., .. i..."i..... .. .. ,,..,ste 1 as ,,..3...,...r.. Patricia Ann Brauel, Dean of Students Ann Lisbeth Edwards, Foreign Student Advisory and Christine Coffey Robison, Director of Placement William John Hein, Assistant to the President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees Above: Lawrence Wayne Larson, Vice President and Treasurer. Left: Gertrude Brown, Assistant to the Dean of Students q,gf,av-- my . 1: f:'-'fwfr Audrey Eleanor Anderson, Director of Admissions Bette Spagei, Assistant Director of Admissions is 4 """5"P5R'3'A Georgia Sommers Wright, Art Gallery Curator Donna Henderson Hunt, Financial Aid Officer Evelyn Deane, Executive Secretary of the Alumnae Association, Ariel Eaton Thomas, Quarterly Editor, and Leone LaDuke Evans, Alumnae Association President. Flora Elizabeth Reynolds, Librarian 'Spf' Victor H. Hampton, Business Man- agerg and Fred M. Livingston Comptroller. heodore Elia Thomas, Chaplain Evelyn Floss Urrere, M.D., Office ,. of the Recorder M 32 College Physician U' il v iss, D is l il i"'w"l,l' ill" lil ,, ,-ii ll w ill , ,, ll' sl' ll l Y :Y :ala s , l A , ........ H, - li E WZ..- l ?,g w - 1 :Eg-:ff - ' ll M :., f ,im,,m,,,mU"'ill Q Q llllllllgilllell ss 1' Y 1 fill: ,: ,, - 2 L K 555525: ll lll 'll' lll'Ul . W , mfLY,:: Will' in :ii mr lil lil w iiimiilmlll mivlmlllulll lil lil ill lil lil lil 'll li llim lllllll "ll lll il lil lil lil N wi lil lim lil lil iii ill ll ,ll lil iii lil lil 3575: sgea ge ,1 V .: :.,. :::a1..e:.:. -- ,l f 5: Z ,.:.:.:.: , ....,.,,:,:- T 32532255 f : , - is izfbw : Y ,wwf Q' A l .:. .:.oe3e-W. U ' BM l. .--Q Skim 'Keele' ig? v T 1 Y l l 34 Erna Beardsley Lehan, Director of Food Service and Residence Hailsg and Miss Cook, Assistant Director Margery Hale Thompson Recorder nu ACU LTY year the most noticeable difference was the ment of the traditional all student art show by lor art mayors only exhibition Selection and ment of the works in the show which las May 11 June 1 was left up to the students majors the Senior exhibition replaces the now lete Senior Comprehensives Art history though, as their substitution for oomprehensi mitted topics on which they developed oral ten presentations. The January Term, too, additional change to the department. Studen no art prerequisites were able to enroll courses as ceramics and three-dimensiona VG te ve. an b ts in I As Mills changes, so does the Art departmen' 1 1 l ' 1- 1 1 1 a 1 - 1 C 1 - 1, 1 1 1 - F . , I . I n I I c c And, on the other hand, art students co courses outside the department, if they so chos that this was never before possible, but the four weeks of concentrated work in subjects the students showed intense interest seemed fit all concerned - professors and students Department Chairman -Mr. Ralph DuCasse if llll ll Q .uu. ,. Ralph DuCasse Robert Dhaemers Head, Dept. ofArt Associate Professor Chairman, Div. of of Art Fine Arts Assoc. Prof. of Art Alfred Frankenstein Eunice Prieto Lecturer in Fine Arts Instructor in Art ul efl in to ali , is 'Q Ronald Hotek Instructor in Art DANCE The two most obvious changes in the dance depart- ment concern thedanuary term and the college acquisition of video-tape equipment. The January term allowed dance students to devote all of their time and energy to the act of dancing, they were not dis- tracted by lecture and discussion materials. Between January 1968 and March 1969, video-tape equipment was utilized as one of the most successful devices in teaching dance technique. Students were able to do a piece and then immediately see how- they per- formed it. Most of the other changes 'that have occurred evolved slowly but they are significant. These changes involve course content innovation, increased enrollment and more dance expressivity. Students want to do their own thing in their own way and this includes experimenting with music, tapes, sounds and props and choreographing their own per- formances on and off campus. -Miss Eleanor Lauer, Dept. Chairman it .V -: A T T I .11 : iff -. if' . :ig-N , .-Q5 j, ll Eleanor Lauer Doris Dennison Head, Dept. of Dance Instructor in Dance Professor of Dance Rebecca Fuller Mary Ann Kinkead Assistant Professor Lecturer in Dance of Dance DR MATIC ARTS The major changes in the department of Dramatic Arts concern the curriculum. During the 1968-69 school year, two history of drama courses were combined into a seminar in theatre history with subject matter chang- ing each semesterg also, a course in criticism was in- troduced. The methods of instruction for the "Semi- nars in Theatre History" are uniqueg during the week, students listen to taped lectures at their own conven- ience and have one class meeting and one individual discussion session with the instructor. The new course, "Dramatic Theory in Criticism," includes in part of its work attendance at live theatre productions as a type of laboratory experience followed by appropriate dis- cussion. This year innovative plans have been made for the creation of new courses which will be taught in Fall 1969. For the first time, the freshmen will be of- fered a separate course in acting, and a course in voice for the stage has been introduced. Also being tried is the course, "Theatre Practicum through Pro- duction Units," which is designed to expose students to all aspects of the theatre,-that is, performance, light- ing, construction, painting, properties, and costume. This course will be taught by all four faculty members and is an indication of the growing trend towards team teaching. -Miss Evaline Wright, Dept. Chairman . T - 15' f . -. 1 t '1'.. I , T5 7 if V ' V fl, ff f-6:3 Q X --igifjflfnx .1 ' ' ,- 'lfafv siiff l, '-. z . 5 ?4,g'.'-V Ei: zniihgg'-g.. 4w..,LLf. ,. ', Evaline Wright Head, Dept. of Dramatic Arts Professor of Dramatic Arts Rooda-Gale Pollack Lecturer in Dramatic Arts E. Ft. Howard Malpas Associate Professor of Dramatic Arts Frederick Schuller Assistant Professor of Dramatic Arts Students of the Dramatic Arts Department help prepare actors for performances backstage. Members of the Male Equity group in a scene from School for Scandal. Melissa Clegg receives finishing touches for School for Scandal. Bernard Abramowitsch Instructor in Piano IWW N' ll?" 'wifi' iii' ':i5E5?5:'3:3 I , ,ig I 2 I 1 I ' .. sq' . I Q "" Fz-, I 'ff e - -f-rr 2 A. A ..i4..f1 -1 Colin Hampton Instructor in Cello Leonard Klein Asst. Prof. of Music MUSIC During the past four years, the Mills College Center for Contemporary Music has been the most influential in- stigator of changes in the Music department. The Mu- sic Center, consisting of the Performing Group and Tape Music Center, has brought about an emphasis on an understanding of contemporary music. It offers stu- dents an opportunity to work in electronic composi- tion and to perform contemporary and classic works with professional performers. Among the new courses offered this year were: "Technique of lntermedia and the Arts" and "Seminar in Electronic Music." At the end of the school year, 1969-70, the major four-year Rockefeller Grant of S200,000 to establish and main- tain the Music Center will terminate. Mills College will then be responsible for financing the program. Other significant changes in the Music department have been the revision of course structure and sequence which disbanded composite courses, the remodeling of the music building to furnish adequate studio space, and the acqquisition of an organ inthe Chapel of Mills College. -Miss Margaret Lyon, Dept. Chairman Qs' James Beail Instructor in Piano Instr. in Education Bonnie Hampton Instructor in Cello Nathan Rubin Dir. Performing Grp. Asst. Prof. of Music 39 EGLIH The most dramatic changes in the English department occurred, du-ring the freshman and senior years of this year's graduating class. ln Fall 1965, freshman semi- nars were firmly established as a part of the freshman requirements, however, starting next year they will be continuing on a voluntary basis. Also innovated during the Fall 1965 semester, was a graduate level program with-an emphasis, on creative writing. Undergraduate students are only allowed to take on writing course as a requirement for a major, the emphasis is on litera- ture. This year, the replacement of the senior com- prehensive exams and the addition of the January term initiate curriculum changes. ln place ofthe exams, a comprehensive seminar was introduced in which seniors work with the staff -on a series of projects which cut across field, periods, and genres in an effort to bring the total work of the major together. For the January term, the English department helped to or- ganize the interdivisional course, "The Image of Man." Jon Eckels, who began teaching English courses in Fall 1968, is one of the first three black professors hired by Mills College at the request of the Black Stu- dent Union. -Miss Elizabeth Pope, Dept. Chairman Imogene Walker Chairman, Div. of Letters Professor of English Roussel Sargent Associate Professor of English 'J 1 '.:::,' ' f- ii 55:54 .,f,fs-' t ie -' - 23 932' -.f:-- , - , t ,l . ,r ,, ,' -, .j, , . Y ., 1 g - , ' 'L .' . l ' - , .,.,. .fy .1-,',.z-'43 .. -, V l5f'o'.'Q:1- .0 .' Jw-'J' 15'-,Y 'Q at, ,sn-N' .f,1:"'n,'13k-LF257 ' Q, I .'n 'u - J, , Q 1 . Wi-f"!,k4 ,- , "-"1"J Elizabeth Pope Head, Dept. of English Professor of English William Bridges 'Assistant Professor of English Agp- in ll , llllgiil .l,n, 1- ,X , 1 ,, .,,,sg,,l,..m,s. -1 ui- i Martha Cardozo Head, Dept. of Foreign Languages Assoc. Prof. of Spanish 'I 1 2 4 E " .- sa - .J 4 Thomas Bente Instructor in Spanish ., f Monica Clyde Instructor in German ,i 544 fsasisr 'l il ,,,, ttl ., , ,fray-.vwfzg , ,xii l... l 1. l i to , t Marianne Cermakian Asst. Prof. of French Q , ,T i .r Mr. Eckels, who first came to Mills as an English instructor lectures to one of his classes. FCJREIG LA GLIAGES Major changes in the language department concern the use of the language laboratory for supplementary instruction in foreign languages and courses in translating foreign litera- ture. A number of courses are offered in the letter division to enable students with no foreign language mastery to learn about foreign literature. "The Mind of Modern German," "Modern French Thought," and "The Death of God in Mod- ern Literature" are examples of this trend. The language de- partment played a significant role in initiating a division major in Western literature in Fall 1968. Change in curricu- lum has been the increasing number of classes that are being taught by more than one member of the staff. Team teaching exposes students to different points of view, ideally sparks their participation and interest. With more students traveling abroad, there has been a growing emphasis on the promo- tion of oral facility. Since Fall 1966 conversation courses in French, German, and Spanish have been offered. These classes for which no credit is received are taught by native students and include such extra-curricular activities as movies, plays, and dinners. The language laboratory, which was completed in Fall 1965, is being utilized more and more as a cultural accessory, available are an assortment of for- eign tapes of plays, music, books, and general information. -Mrs. Martha Cardozo, Department Chairman Richard Freis Instructor in Latin '-'Z . . i.If., 1, agar if .. ,g 'set 4 gil.. . .. 55. Hi.. N 5' ' rx' 'X it A 1 l' , f- 1 ' l xg' . ,, - ' j l 1' T 'H V i if M 5 W qi ll 1 l . 1 X if ll ,L 1 :"z' 1 f2f,--1 Hunter Hannum Assoc. Prof. of German Fred Keibel Asst. Prof. of German l Ricarda Nelson Instructor in French Barbara Garcia Dir. of Graduate Study Professor of Spanish Arthur Kaplan Instructor in French Martha Cottam Assoc. Prof. of French Walter Solberg Instructor in Russian Developments within the courses of the Physical Sci- ences and Mathematics department have been insti- gated by the acquisition of new equipment. From 1964 to 1969, three National Science Foundation grants were received by this department and most of the money was used to buy better equipment and instru- mentation. For the chemistry classes, three Mettler balances were purchased, besides 15 standard tape apparatus sets and an Infrared Spectrometer. An Ultra- violet Spectrometer was donated by Mr. Beckman. ln July 1968 Mills obtained two terminals that are directly connected to the Stanford ,Computer IBM 360 Model 67. All of the facilities of this computer are available to anyone who knows how to use them. Primarily, in this department they have been used in conjunction with mathematics courses. On a lesser scale, two other computers are also being used. Since 1965, stu- dents have gone to Hayward to use their Computer IBM 1620, and in Spring 1968, the General Electric Computer at Berkeley has been used for immediate in- teraction. The January term afforded the opportunity for two new classes to be taught-"Descriptive Astron- omy" and "The Wismesser Chemical Notation System." -Mr. Richard Wistar, Dept. Chairman Darl Bowers, Head, Dept. Biolog. Sciences Chrmn. Div. Nat. Sci. 8 Math., Prof. of Biology Mary Ann Fritz Asst. Prof. of Biology Q -"' 1 5 - i t it . l, .... V 1,3 ..,.. . .A ,Q -- I ,-.-- ,HV 4.7 , 4 ff ' , I :', ll ,rj Y Baki Kasapligil Professor of Botany George Brown Asst. Prof. of Math. PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS Miss Fritz with students on a field trip during the January term PSYCHOLQGY ln the psychology department, there has been an evolving shift towards more student participation in deciding course content and direction. Within the framework of a course, a class can focus on subjects of its own choice or a 'student can independently do related research. As 'a new experiment. in pro- grammed learning, two seniors under faculty super- vision taught "Introduction Psychology 493' Commu- nity involvement is receiving more emphasis. During the January term, eight students were placed in spe- cial programs in Oakland public schools for typical children. ln the Clinical Psychology program, the growing aspect has been its testing of retarded chil- dren. ln 1966-67, students examined a total of 282 children, with a total of 401 visits to public schools in Alameda and San Leandro. By Spring 1970, the psy- chology wing of the Life Science Building which was begun in June 1968 will be complete. -Miss Esther Mirmow, Dept. Chairman Charles Lutz Asst. Prof. of Chemistry Esther Mirmow Head, Dept. of Psychol Helen Pillans Assoc. Prof. of Physical Science 8t Mathematics Gordon Bronson Assoc Prof of Psychol Elbert Smith Professor of Chemistry Robert Edgren Prof of Psychology Top: Dr. "K" with a Botany lab. Above' Cyn Weintraub on one of Professor of Psychology ' ' I ' ' Miss F'ritz's field trips. Fleynold Wik Chrmn. Div. Social Sci. Prof. American History Robert Anderson Prof. of Sociology and Anthropology Elliot Van N. Diller Prof. of Philosophy and Religion Charles Larsen Professor of History Mlahleni Njisane, Professor of African Studies . .... , ,, . .. me A,., .. Y ,R me 1 . . i-- :rs 'ig wx: 5,54 . 'bsi .7fr. ' r J .af .me .4x'k, A 5 1 'ui ily - A.. .. -ft ' . M Q V l ' f, 1r5fiMfmfZ4!g.:'u'h- K -' - Md ', , 1 1 ,Q ,-.il-3 1' Dr. Larsen lecturing to a Diplo class. SCDCIAL SCIENCES During the last four years, the efforts of the social sci- ence department have been to relate its curriculum more closely to contemporary issues. Among the courses dealing with Urban Problems are: "The Semi- nar in Urban Politics," "The Political Economy of Oak- land," which was offered at Berkeley, and similar courses to be offered at Mills during the coming year in Economics. Since the early 1940s "Race and Ethnic Relations" has been taught, but in Fall 1967, the de- partment started to consciously incorporate courses in black studies. "A History of the American Negro" was first offered in Spring 1968. In Fall 1968, Profes- sor Mlahleni Njisane was hired to teach courses in African studies. He is one of the first three. black pro- fessors hired at Mills College in response to the re- quests of the Black Student Union. The history sec- tion has opened virtually all courses to freshmen and sophomores. Since Fall 1967, the history faculty has taken the position that motivation is a key factor, and that a student should not be kept out of class because of chronological age. -Nlr. Reynold Wik, Dept. Chairman Marion Ross Associate Professor of Economics ..., . .. , 1" SEG:-::if' V'-i'-.i .' L3 fe i--- 4242 t 1 'vm 1 I-' ' . E ,,.: g 3, Lawrence Sh rader Assistant Professor of Government Theodore Thomas Chaplain Asst. Prof. of Sociology 1. , . ' xllwvlulwllx W: 1 vlll ll 2 mg RJ a- sis Q W ff. ill in - N EW, Associate Professo Archery class under Miss White's instruction. T Miss Helen MCEIWQ ' r ' R HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION Many major curriculum changes in Health, Physical Education and Recreation have occurred during the decade of the 196O's. After Spring 1962 no major was offered in this field, and since Fall 1963 all physical activities could be taken on the passffail basis. Two- thirds of the group requirement, which included one semester of dance and one ofa sport was dropped in Fall 1967, only the swimming test was retained as a graduation requirement. Thus, after the freshman year, students could take whatever classes they wanted. In Fall 1968 freshman year activity was dropped giving first year students a choice as to their physical educa- tion classes for the first time in 26 years. The health education seminar became an elective and the only requirements that remained were two years of indi- vidually selected physical education courses and the passing of a swimming test. During the January term structured classes are not offered by instructors and recreational facilities are available. This year the phys- ical education staff organized a posture and ortho- pedic clinic where students could come and talk about their problems and ask questions. -Miss Marie Nogues, Dept. Chairman Marie Nogues, Head, Dept. Health, Phys. Ed. 81 Rec., Assoc. Prof. of Health, Physical Ed., . and Recreation Ferenc Marki Instructor of Fencing Physical Ed., and rg' -41 . ,rj up ." f 4 " 1 - it .gf-I l gig . ' I V 'vb NT, -'.. r 1 -. 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Frances-Ruth Armstron Associate Professor of Child Development June Steingart Lecturer in Education Q Teacher Education is concerned with two different but complementary programsg one is involved with per- sons preparing for professional teaching jobs, and the other deals with people already holding teaching posi- tions. The changes which have occurred in this de- partment have evolved with its attempts to strengthen the communication and understanding between these two groups. The most striking and significant advance has been the interweaving of the pre-service and in- service programs during the January term. This year was the first time that a class in teacher education had an opportunity to go out and work in a junior high school for an extended period of time. Eight students from Mills College had a total teaching experience. They worked seven hours a day for one month as teacher aidsg they taught classes, proof read, attend- ed council and department meetings, and participated in club activities and social functions. Another occa- sion for realistic training is offered at the Mills College Nursery School which moved into its new quarters in Fall 1967. lt allows students to work for a Nursery School Diploma under the instruction of professional supervisors in an authentic pre-school atmosphere. Upward Bound, begun in 1966, is another opportunity for one to one relationships. Here stu- dents have a chance to instruct different personali- ties. As the teacher education department becomes more involved with the Oakland community, it will con- tinue to change. -Miss Margaret Gill, Dept. Chairman ACTIVITIES ASMC OFFICERS BEGI YEAR WITH THE WERT'S 2' T' , ,. l. fig l ll' ' ' Fx, lr, - gf l , ll ll, f mg , l ll, VV: ,- Z ll ll M, .111-w .. HM L ,:,.: ,, 7 ,Y -,W .A , 1 : fu l ' 1 ll W, , J: , Karyn Kruttsnitt walks along the shoreline with the Wert's dogs. .all-JL1 m .l Wigs" E l l 'Bi Hu , Y ili,i,..,, is 1 ll A- ia- Mu em- a- , ll Fujimeri, ASMC Judicial Chairman Dr. and Mrs. Wert join the girls and dogs on the beach. Becky Davidson, ASMC President, listens as they discuss the new budget. Each year the ASMC officers gather at the Wert's home to dis- cuss and plan activites for the coming school year. W tif, 7Q A5- ,gym w , is Q5 m. ff' U lx Ms:N' W J . 3 , . 1 N' 5 Vi 3 . I 2,1-V " . Psx ig R JAY.. ' 2 I u L ' fm A 'T ' ,Lx fy'-ew .gig Q , M1 , . f fx . wbggyir X. F P' 3-Q T ' ' . Q: .J v.' ug SQ? Y., Q '45 v ,,i,F 1. -gm Ik,Y"1-X535 - 'W' '- . i .'?afx.44A k4""' ann' -3 332521 X229 'f 1 I i - v w , . ,,.Y.Ewfgs.5,fffs,-'fn F .g Wm., A M . -1 'J 'lf1ff"1' 15' '- ' QQ ,.V Z4 J-4. F 5 W, 5 0. Dean Brauel enjoys her traditional chick- en dinner just as much as incoming and continuing students. A NEW CLIRATER BRINGS INNOVATIVE EXHIBIT T0 THE ART GALLEI5 its IIQE G Mrs. Georgia Sommers Wright was this year appointed as the full-time curator of the Mills Col- lege Art Gallery. ln the past the curator was also responsible for several classes each semester. Allowed to spend all her ener- gies in the Gallery, Mrs. Wright has been able to bring to cam- pus many new and interesting exhibits. HANA DANCE GROUP PERFORMS AT MILLS l l During the fall of the year the Ghana Dance Group performed in the Concert Hall before an eager and packed audience. The performance included authen- tic dances, music, and explanations of each number as it was performed. SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL EDLICATES MILLS ln November the Department of Dramatic Arts per- formed Richard B. Sheridan's "School for Scandal." Dr. Malpas, director of the production, described it as "a satirical comment on the men of the time - a situation comedy." The cast consisted of 16 actors, eight of whom were professional male actors from the local Equity Company. RIGHT: Andrea Schmid as Mrs. Crabtree: BELOW: Marlene Hess as Lady Teazleg and LOWER RIGHT: Members ofthe Mills Male Equity Company. LEFT: Members for the Equity Company in another roundg and BELOW: Melissa Clegg re- ceives her make-up job back stage. 3, 5 .174 . U -- 4,7 , " i I 'iigfvwi ii ' ii i is i MH E! 'wi X w 1. A 'N 'a 11 5 S5 1 V5 34 1 ,A , xx. 5, I1 'af .W ,. .M If - EH an ...K ' ' ' ' -- "'!""f:Q2 X ' fi P-1 -. i-5f"Wf" , Af NQQWRQAR 45 LU. . lulxgg-2-aglfg all 134 f 3AJm4"3 4'i 4 4 iilfigiig .A, J. nw+"J"4 51,4 1 K--L 'ff f g - -44 .. sg . 1-s.-4:-AQ-S44 14 W ,f- 3,-ffi' kann A azz! 54 5.5 ig, N13-, am5i'm4QgF?Qf ' 4 uh:-4 A4f1mS4 , 43 1 .St 7,7 ,mv Q 1 5, 1- 5 ,Ma gg , yngwyw , ,S,,k,,.m, ,W zmmwgfgfskgw ,m:f.Miff3w wi 22" ggi ,g fggiesif, gpg ez M N223 4, A-'isisw Wills? 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Mrs. Rusk is a Mills alumna. During their stay the former Secre- tary of State spoke before the student body and held a press conference in Reinhardt House. , filly, l hull ,- 'QS l 4 l ill Wt, ll wigs MU M ll l .l lil Mr. and Mrs. Rusk leaving the conference. ABOVE AND UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Rusk at the press conference. THE BSU SPONSORS THE BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL One week in February was dedicated to the Black Arts Festival sponsored by the Black Student Union. Activities included the Afro Dance Group from San Francisco, the dramatic production of "U.A.T.W.IVI.F.," a jazz concert, speakers such as Dr. Nathan Hare of the Black Studies Department of San Francisco State, films, a concert by Oscar Brown, and an Afro-Fashion show. ABOVE: Modeling of fashions from the New Breed Clothiers of Oaklandg and RIGHT: Dr. Eckels gives a poetry reading. f A-rpg. ,f, r we-ti. Wit .mi ..,,,, if 1 i:,5r2,, ' A-EQ." H N ,quit Techniques were demonstrated at the Afro-fashion presentation for an Afro-hair style. Q 4k f ag' A nAX -read, 1.5.36 g ?iiVf2rfQr fa! fi' x ABOVE: More BSU members model New Breed fashionsg and LEFT: Members of the Afro Dance Group from the Sesche Media perform. Couples start arriving early as not to miss the boat. if Social Chairman Bertie Copernoll finally gets a relaxing moment with her date and friends. SPRINIG WEEKEND BEGINS WITH THE BOAT PARTY ,til i .' l l il THE WEEKENDS HIGHLIGHT WAS A DINNER DANCE e of Freshmen enjoy the dinner with friends and dates. Other students enjoy dancing. This year's Spring Weekend dinner dance was held at the Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco. After much hard work the Social Committee under the direc- tion of Bertie Copernoll and Kathy Dal- ton provided for girls and their dates a formal dinner and dancing. Afterwards many groups rode cable cars down to wharf or attended private parties. 1:5 45 -2 2 Airs ,, ,E , s K as .M M11 gi . W ru 3 H ,Y V: 1 E 22 A. , ,. . .Ei .5 H.-Z 5,133 1 A iw.-v.s,. D ,F .-. . 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N , ivq--M ww hwwwwmfi W W .ws xmqu W' HXVWE' ,,,wyyH",,5gg3gZg5: -wig HM" 43 ixfw- W , 1" M4 w 'M' 1 ' ' mw'w'1 H N H W wx H mf A W ww 11 ,rnyfn m ww W ffieagm!u"u X ew Mmm 1 ' 1 w 1 A.S.M.C. D CLUB mm A v"' .-usf, ., ' ..- ' .iff , ,,,' Q 2 , , l, ,al me . N u e'i"?tll:,l,2,sl',1-.ll I Mug. ACROSS: Student Body President, Rebecca Davidson, Mills Stream Editor, Margaret Crab tree, Controller, Janet Wylerg Secretary, Nancy Yorkg Social Chairman, Bertie Copernoll Crest Editor, Jan Gronvoldg Mary Morse President, Susan Roe, Academic Board Chairman EXECUTIVE BOARDS Pat King, Ethel Moore President, Fran Topping: Orientation Chairman, Debbie Zambiancog Sophomore Class President, Barbara Noah, NSA Coordinator, Judy Euphratg Social Chair- man, Kathy Dalton, Mills President, Sandy Kirkhamg Student Body Vice President, Carol Press, Secretary, Michelle Trutanic. LEGISLATIVE CCNFERENCE Legislative Conference is one of the two policy-making bodies of the Associated Students., the other being the Executive Board. The conference is convened twice a year to discuss the problem and changes that affect student life. This year's confer- ences discussed items from FSRH and open house hours, to requests from the Black Student Union. Dean Brauel and Dean Bennett attend to listen and answer delegate s questions f"s9':W if Karen Kruttsnitt, Legislative Conference Chairman, and her assistant, Cindy Burdell. V , ,K u vw 1,-,M H, W . .1 A. ,. .,,. ,H . . ,',, bw.. w 4 1 H W MQ , ' ' ,.,, ,M HF Y , 'A .,.,,..x 2 . IQTN fn, f , U 'PP N , 'pun H 1' Lx..-Suaizzfgu , fu s u LM 5' 1 , LI, ,., 54 m sz ' kv, I Q 1, -'if I 4 f ' ia , 5 A if ' A -' W A 7 '31 1: -' . . , ' ff? W- ,,'.' ,' 1: 1:5 ' ,. V QM," f"k?L1' ,M -" . J' 3. 'Jai N " -, 1 J raw! 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X, s i 1 1 A I I f i, ' n 1 H" " '2j1l S2 "' .N E ' ,g,:2,2,nQ:--JW if I E ,Af -.,-,-.,,.-..,,..-., I 1-. ...i- -LQY " ,g, E 3 ! I I 3 A I , ,. f JEWISH CULTURE "ii" The Jewish Culture Group offers both Jewish girls and students interested in Judaism an opportunity to increase and share their knowledge of and experi- ence with Judaism. Activities included talks by visit- ing rabbis, discussions, and parties celebrating the holidays Chanukah and Purim. ABOVE: Suzy Weinerg Chairman, Stephanie Lincolng and Jackie Lovelace. .-ml MILLS STREAM The Mills Stream is the weekly student news- paper which provides a medium for express- ing student opinion, and reporting campus life and subjects of student interest. Like all the other campus media, the Mills Stream was on a very tight budget this year and, therefore had to cut down on issues and the size of the paper. The editor was Margaret Crabtree. WALRUS The Walrus is the campus' literary magazine edited this year by Steph- anie Mills. The magazine offers stu- dents the opportunity for exercis- ing critical and creative abilities in the field of creative writing, art and the business end of publishing. 145 CANTERBURY The Canterbury As,sociati.o,n offers speakers, discus- sions, and fellowship to Protestants on campus. Pro- grams attempt to promote questioning and investiga- tion, with the hope of deepening the participants' faith. The members participate in regional conferences and groups from other colleges in the area. LEFT: Pam Jones, Chairman with advisor, students, and faculty. enthusiasts. ART T COMMISSION Arts Commission is supported by the ASMC to coordinate functions and activities in the fine arts. Under the commission are the five guilds: dance, drama, music, art, and print. LEFT: Joan Bosick, Sharon Katz, Chairman Susan Young, and Mina Surie. CH EM ISTRY CLU B The Chemistry Club or the Benzene Ring works to promote interest in Chemistry and its related field. Be- sides on-campus meetings, members attend the Conference of Associates of the American Chemical Society and trips to nearby research firms. LEFT: Dr. Wistar with his chemistry 148 YD'S The Young Democrats is a group composed of interested students who wish to work within the party and in the state organization, the California Young Democrats. Be- sides monthly meetings the group is active in other politically orient- ed groups on campus. RIGHT: Mar- garet Marsicano, chairmang and Margaret Young. CCDNCERNED STUDENTS During the year members of concerned students met in- formally to discuss problems of a crisis nature as they erupted on campus. YOUNG REPUBLICANS The Young Republicans became active in the second semester of the school year. During that time they attended re- gional and two state conferences. They also worked on a college Republican campaign in San Diego. UPPER LEFT: Judy Peck, Carol Peck, Bonnie Hosfield, Rosemary Cameron, Melinda Cain. LOWER LEFT: Anna Huffman, Lani Ken- nedy, Jan Gronvold, Susan Fellows, and Margot Nelson. 149 a X ' , Mi" 1 1 ,L f 'wg 'is ,. . mx if 51,3 'K' ei '- sn- , , E... 5:- 3 :rc , 4" w is n 'n K , me gg? QW W. Wwsizsass ' mu 13452249255 X ..w,A Z .,A. . 5553 ss lm sfifafh , an", WY Ri Q ,xxxgss -ga , ig, H 'We 1: 1 4 no-254 ww ,, x I ,- 5- . iifi 0522 ...tgw t A 44 1 WOMENS RECREATION ASSOCIATICDN This year the Women's Recreation Asso- ciation was led by Jackie Coleman, LEFT. The organization is the main coordinating body of the various athletic events off and and on campus. These include crew, ten- nis, fencing, hockey, golf, volleyball, ski- ing, swimming and judo. BELOW: Stu- dents and faculty participate in on-cam- pus volleyball games. ll Il i Q! w ii, iii u "' " " W' wi n ' ,I ,,, in .M u. , Y, M ll l'f:5n"""'GP CREW As usual the Mills Crew team had a large membership again this year. Each week prac- tices are held on Lake Merritt in the middle of downtown Oakland. These practices are geared towards the various competitions the girls will enter throughout the course of the year. As the year progresses the members are seen leaving their dorms for practice in the wee hours of the morning and again in the later afternoon. ABOVE: A four-man shell out on the lake is being coached from the second boat. LOWER RIGHT: A shell being washed before being set in the water. V W v ff. . . . f . -2-11 . -f ya , 'I' All , ,,,. Q ..,4- A, ' ,,., ,, i-,gl " -l , , : ,Af wx' . L ax, - v. .L-5. J- -, gif"-,7' wa ,HW P - - -us, - 'A ., ' -. . ':,Wa" 553. 'x::g,1'.a1 :q,rf'faf."fb, E35 5 , 1rgg:Qgr'Z. 1" fi, L 121: ,.pfaleJ'11QI3"' eq...-1":,.,.1" , , "ff Q I ": - ' un i"-.J. ," , : .i ' l l " 1" -1152 ' fm -g.' -,- f' '-W-A-if -- - f X - 1 -H , V- l' f:.if---4---f2-- 'fp e-saw f,A- 1 -' H' M' Quan. - ' H59 1 N" if- . . . , , ...,pna.a. , . , , .Y Y Y . 3g 1, l .. ,, ,, . ,.,,, 'au "m."' ff W' 'af lf- 131'm1.',l lg'-a1"5' ,, ,QW -,ll , 2 ,-,F --fi? JLL W mia Members easing shell away from the dock Members turning an eight-man shell into the lake. iil Q H X M Y Y ,, ...,. ,, Y V - .V i V V f M. if Hilfe -,1iu'..i... ii, i. 1 1 m i 'QM 3 ni, i- il v":,g3:f,:Lv'-1 f Q N 'rr I fifif ' ,,... AEN 1. , is . ,Li " " W , - ,H H H4135 " 1 'N I 2 IIL. H , an QV. U A Y ,, x , . Qagmg-1' 34 gg. i. gig, ffixiiWgswgcgjgi A 'N in G,2'ii?i., 973 we L ' fy?" f.pjE.?5Q "1 -if Cs- ' Jan Gronvold, Editor, with the staff looking out from the Crest office in the old Student Union. CREST fd i i i ia , g 1 , 'F E ii A S ' H G . A exf- l ABOVE: Kathy Hancock, S'ue Fellows, Debby Harrison, Meg Upson, and ' ' Kris Smith. LOWER LEFT: Linda Charter, Stephanie Lum, Judy Peck, and Carol Peck. STAFF Editor: Jan Gronvold Gay Hanson Assistant Editor: Meg Upson Tel' Vain Rlpef Business Manager: Linda Charter l65g2lFlggad0 Advertising:-Sue Fellows Photo ra hs b I Faculty and Administration: Kathy Hancock 9 p y' Activities: Judy Peck Deva Thomas . . . . Richard Weede Organizations. Carol Peck Carol Lee SGFNOVSI Staff Diane Gilkerson Underclassmen: Kris Smith Special Thanks to: Staff: Stephanie Lum Mike Kuhl, Assistant Editor, Stanford Daily Debby Harrison . , P ' - -f1 '-3 val' , f mm , - , ' ' " w AD ERTISING af., . -mi' . ,F . u f A X f 1M"f :J woRLDL,, o 8' 'lb wt 1 04 'P xv tsxxxv-EET 1 0 tm fu-09 5 613 Bao 2552 1 NGXSGO IS Wap? Pr NIP-N P-N F89 FXSIAEPI o N4 TPXL A1 -046 BME PB P CQTRIQT ABLE .i 7 DAYS I A WEEK SHIPPING AVAILABLE 81 south In the HILLSDALE 81 ln.the MAYFIELD MALL, MT. VIEW Plane Reservations To All Parts of the United States and Around the World COMPLETE SELECTION OF STUDENT TOURS IIIIIIHX Call 832-2426 or 893-9783 tor , Latest Travel Information NNXI nuff IESTABLISHED 19301 PHILIP MARTIN 81 ASSOCIATES TRAVEI AGENTS SHOPPING 2031 FRANKLIN STREET CENTER CAPWELLS-zorh as BROADWAY OAKLAND CALIF. 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Andrews, Jr. Mrs. Marjorie Bolton Mr .and Mrs Dr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr Mr Mr Mr Du Mrs. Jean M. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs Mr. Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs ano Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mary Dick M Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bozic Dee W. Call Myles A. Cameron James Y. Camp Douglas Carver Donald A. Dahms Miles W. Davidson ra Vent Corporation Erdman Max Freund Richard Garlingho T. W. Grilffiths T. C. Gronvold - Warren J. Hancock Gordon Hanes USG Lawrence Harper Leon Hess Robert Henry Richard A. Holstein Stephen S. F. Hui Alvin K Joe 'Ralph Ef Lambert Vernon P. Larson David Lum A. Marsicano Madison Martin W. D. Miller Etvhell David L. Noble Y. A. Paloheimo The Pilibos Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Standard Oil Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs Alfred Samuel of California V. R. Stelle Calvin R. 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Salem, Oregon 97302 Deborah Ann Dietz 519 Buenda Ex, N. Forbes Makati, Rizal, Philippines Susan Taggart Dietz 111 Burlingame Road Syracuse, New York 13203 Tanni Lee Dixon 3107 Flanders Road Riverside, California 92507 Michelle Denise Dong 8515 Morrill Avenue Whittier, Calif. 90606 Ann Van Brunt Doty 26025 Thirteen Mile Road Franklin, Mich. 48025 Harriet Ann Drakos 4024 Dogwood Trail Kettering, Ohio 45429 p. 115 Joan Draper 929 Shirecliffe Road Salt Lake City, Utah 84108 Susan Marguerite Dray 15 Mt. Joy Avenue Scarsdale, New York 10583 p. 120 Harriett Aileen Duckwall 621 N. Spruce Abilene, Kansas 67410 Andrea Duflon 3223 Perkins Lane W. Seattle, Wash. 98199 Carolyn Bridgemen Dunn 5747 N. E.An1b!eside Road Seattle, Wash. 98105 Miriam Suzanne Dye 1222 N. W. 21 Oklahoma City, Okla. 73106 Dianne Ellis P. O. Box 764 Bluejay, Calif. 92317 Charlotte Elizabeth Elmenhorst P. O. 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