Mount San Antonio College - Chaparral Yearbook (Walnut, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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Yearbook advisors, Mr. Robert Fleck and Mr. Robert Baylor, look over the end sheet of the Chaparral. When the staff had a problem they could always depend on these two men. Sports Editor, Iohn Cummings, spent many hours working on the sports section of the 1956 Chaparral. Gay -Hall, Club Editor, sets up another or- LeRoy Schmaltz, Gene Moser and Ed Alex- Barbara Luett worked as editor of the WAA g3H1Z8f1Ol'1 picture. "One-two-three Cheese," ander were the staff artists who assisted Charles section of the yearbook, says Gay. Pace. in ti '2 nil ' MJ'-iii I ya ...:-f-. : ...ll 'Q V Faculty Editor, Bonnie Thurston, smiles as The busy gal at the typewriter is the , she files away the finished copy of her section. Chaparral's Copy Editor, Ginny Vetter. Starting their work early in September, the Chaparral staffers have shown tremendous effort and enthusiasm in putting this year's book together. Co- editors, Carole Adair and Charles Pace did the whip-cracking, backed up by faculty advisors Mr. Robert Baylor and Mr. Robert Fleck. All was not work, however, for the staff found time for several parties. And despite balky type' writers, early deadlines, and lost copy, these recorders of our Fiesta Days have managed to become a close knit and well coordinated group. X fl . I 1" if ! X K - ' i - 5 ' ' K D s f 1'- , -1 4 on awyer types away on copy or mis ' , . KQQMZQ-f ' A track and cross country pages. U - ,.., ,, , , I, ka, G ,Iv 4 ...trac , I A .X a Xw X AA. . - b V- 1' 7: n,,fgqfVi1tliv 'LW i W . if" ' ff! PAQ, few Q7 ,1"'7!3 r it 6 r 5 X rs ! H jf 1,7 ' 1 nf XXX Y' Sky '- - 1 Wy qQ!7L:2H'6L ,,fff71f'f"hY ,J s ,f 1- ,,f 1- , fy. - 4 X I I I fl U M A4 .7Y!?fL,L I . Q ! cf j Q, -, i 1 I ,Vi ff,gZlff X X J if , I I MQW' e f 5,2 QMfA,z,Qf .- J L. fp, ,f ,ID , yfxiqfu, , If 2 iran I Vx, -fx I tai El-PE W M6,.4j! 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In the rush and roar of the passing time-days, weeks, and months of vivid memories-you, the students, have made this a fiesta year. What is a school without students? . . . Buildings-empty shells with empty mean- ing . . . There must be students to lend their life to its empty buildings, to give it its meaning. They must be there-to make and cherish its 'traditions to raise their voices 2 . in its praise, to hold dear the learning and wisdom it will bestow upon them. You, Mountaineers, have brought these hopes to fruition. You have given Mt San Antonio your youth, your strength, your ability. You and your goals have provided MSAC with outstandin record h' h h h' ' ' and athletic leadership. It is because of this success-a monument to Mt. San Antonio's first ten years- that we are proud to dedicate the 1956 Chaparral . . . TO YOU. g s w IC ave ac ieved a reputat1on of academic, social, -5 . . s if .vi 1 Q ' : s af" K 2.-A 6' ' 'A W fax T' '- ' W , -' AIM? 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Carl Comptroller A A-if L L05 Prufesures Mr. Gerald V. Deal Dean of Men Mr. H. D. Eldridge Dean of Extended Day Mr. Edwin T, Martin Dean of Summer Session Mr. Fran MeCreery Dean of Business Educcdion Mrs. Marie T. Mills Deon of Women ' Mr. Thomas I. O'Connor Coordinating Counselor Mr. G. Allen Sherman Dean of Agriculture Miss Hazel A. Snoke Registrar Mr. Willard I. Staples Dean of Trade 8. lndustry Mrs. Isabel C. Anderson Assistant Librarian Mr. George R. Andreville Physical Science Mr. Stewart M. Angle Social Science, Transportation Mr. john L. Arrambide Physical Education Mr. Harold C. Austin Business Education Mr. George Balogh Business Education Mr. William H. Bames Physical Science Mr. Robert E. Barry Business Education Mr. Robert A. Baylor English 82 Jo rnali gt ll . . C Vocational Guidance Mr. Lawrence Bemoll Physical Education Mr. Hallock I. Bender Physical Science A xx Xa "ix ..aa-1 W ff 1 I JL. ll Mr. Edward L. Berkell Languages .Mr. Charles S. Booth Trade 81 lndustry Mr. Donald Brooks Graduate Manager ' l Mr. Charles E. Buie Mafhemaiics Bi Engineering l Miss Dorothy Burgess ' Life Science l Dr. Oliver M. Butterfield Social Science Dr. P. Ioseph Canavan English Mr. Vernon R. Cannon Trade and lnclusiry Mr. Clyde H. Carriker Business Education Mrs. Mary Y. Cerny Business Educafion Mrs. Evelyn Chamberlin Vocational Nursing Mrs. Virginia R. Coffey Counselor Mr. Bernard Conrad Mathematics 81 Engineering Miss Iewell C. Coon Assistant Librarian Mr. Grant S. Cooper Chemistry Mr. Iohn W. Douthit Ir. Life Science Mrs. Zilpha Edinger Assistant Librarian Mr. Robert T. Elliott Trade 8. Industry Mr. Chester Ferrinc Trade 81 Industry, Engineering Mr. Robert I. Fleck Art Miss Carol E. Ford Business Education Mrs. Shirley B. Froyd Social Science Miss Harriett Genung Librarian Miss M. Elizabeth Green Physical Education Dr. Edison Greer Ma thematics Dr. Iames L. Hafner Social Science Mr. Fred P. Hagen Agriculiure Mrs. Harriett B. Hankins Physical Education Mr. Iohn C. Heesen Trade 8. lndustry Dr. Morris Hein Chemistry Miss Marie Helsley Life Science Mr. Stanley M. Honer Social Science Dr. Franklyn Hoyt Social Science, History Dr. Thomas C. Hunt Social Science Mrs. Ruby A. Iorio Business Education Mrs. Madeline C. Ianecek Languages Mr. Adolph C. Kath Art Mr. Lawrence L. Kavich Hygiene, Student Activities Dr. Ioseph A. Landry Languages Mr. Hil.rner G. Lodge English Br Journalism Mrs. Annette Lynch English Miss Pearl A. Marshall Homemaking Mrs. Alma Mant Homemaking Mr. A. W. McDermoth Physical Science - Mr. Robert Meierding Business Education Mr. W. Knox Mellon Ir. History Mr. Malcolm W. Metcalf Economics Mr. Charles Moolick Languages ww, X2 5 1 r W ww2mi+:..f.i: , as . ' Vs. f"-fr N. . ' Vi, P' Y lmivii- '-N flzql ' ma ,Q -, 1'-sa Q . 'z'-11f"l--1. I ,'. X . lin vp, "l Mrs. Florence Moore Business Office Miss Margaret M ing j71y,.Li"l'l Business Education 'LI I Mr. Archie Nisbet Physical Education Miss Margaret D. Overholtzl Social Science Mr. Harold R. Peck Agriculture Mr. Francis S. Phraner English 81 Speech Mr. Pierre H. Provost Physical Education Mrs. Ruby D. Randall Life Science 8. College Nurse Mr. Louis F. Ronfeldt Music Mr. Erwin A. Schoepfer Trade 81 lndustry Mr. Max G. Schumacher Social Science Mr. G. Stanton Selby Music l I Mr. Paul H. Shaddle Life Science Mrs. Dorothy L. Speer Life Science 8. Nursing Mr. Leroy Spore Physical Science Mr. Iohn S. Stonebraker Physical Education Mrs. Ida S. Studebaker Counselor Dr. Ioseph S. Stull English Miss Ella M. Trussell Physical Education Mr. Charles W. Tryon Engineering Mrs. Jeanette KG. Turner English Miss Helen Watson Art Mr. D. Ross Webster Agriculture Mr. Paul Welsch Muihemarics f " iii S ' ' V ' - 'vc x "vi 4 - , Z, X -A 'wi X?- . l .J 1 I og n J .Mi- y- M...- I ii 'o A ff, J 4 f , , .f14"e'n!i?4+ '-' , 1, , 'J' l L Qi ', M , - vr , M i F 1-,I , . ,f -13-P'-' I . '91' Mr. Herman W. Weskamp Agriculture Mrs. Betty Whipps Public Relations Mrs. Eve T. Wilson Homemaking LK my Mr. Kermit L. Workman Counselor Miss Beulah L. Yeager Speech 81 Drama Pictured below are faculty members who are observing their tenth anniversary at MSAC as the College observes its tenth anniversary. lLeft to right.l . . . Dr. George H. Bell, Mr. Louis F. Ronfeldt, Mr. Archie Nisbet, Dr. Oliver M. Butterfield, Mr. Ernest W. Carl, Mr. Bernard J. Conrad, Mr. Oscar H. Edinger, Jr., Mrs. Marie T. Mills, Mr. Adolph C. Kath, Mr. A. W. McDermoth, Dr. Joseph A. Landry, Miss Marie M. Helsley, Mr. Leroy Spore, Mr. Edwin T. Martin, Mr. Paul Welsch. El Personal REGlSTRAR'S OFFICE-lL to Rl- Hazel Snake Registrar- Nadine Sayers Shirley Myers Delcie Young wh ,N Nw Barham sockmanl Gloria Eubyl-Dolores smhhl, Martha Harris. , 1 f EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES: Carmen Echeverrla, Sngrncl Palm M... We -W X 'sv , , , N21 Wx N.-' TY' "Zhi 7 x gf,-7 .X- Q f' YUY KQV 111 , M ll EXTENDED DAY OFFICE-CL. to RJ: Alice Sill BUSINESQOFFICE-ll.. to R.J: Jean Morris, Florence Moore, Rebecca Coles, Maxine Logan, Ruth Moon, Mmom Johnson. 3 73 Beulah Tissot, Helen Heitman, Rulh Billing. Sitting, Dorothy l.v l :- .1-45 f.. F A, ,.- ., Moore i' " , .. rsy- 'flfih 3 igw- 'flwf -rwi.: F , 'M w -Ms A f J aff, of COUNSELING SECRETARY: Darolhy Weddlo M 1 f. As., 1 1 ' J f V 74- Q ,f x 'T SAC BOOK RACK-Fronf Row lL. lo RJ: Belle Lules, Opal Wyman, Don Brooks. Fl' Zi 501 Z 9 Mar-gore! Barrill, Second Row: Edna Elliott, f' l ww ss: X , IV SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR-Adele Jaureguy 0 Mrs. Myra Sappenfield, Posfmisiress LIBRARY-Front Row CL. io RJ: Ono Dunning, Zella Andrews, Susan Bowen, Ruane Thomas. H 2 5223 63 f if UN if Second Row CL. to RJ: Charles Massey, George Carrol, Mike Ragan, Bob McGuire. ' 1 " ' 'f are ' ff? -ssl, A2473 2 Wi wrt , wi, ii ss. , ,,., ATTENDANCE OFFICE-CL. fo RJ: Alice Allman, Goldie Walter, Maureen Udenby, Henrieffe Bourdel. ANTONlANSjFronf Row: Messrs. Hanes, Gosseff, Sundquisf, Schmidt, R. Tice, Moore, Oden, Craig, Owens, Second Row: Shellenbarger, Ferree, Pochop, Miunich, DeArman, Rodriguez, Parker, Newcomer, Nefzley, Third Row: Lowe, Smiih, Noel, McKee, Greenwood, Wullenburg. SNACK BAR-CL. to RJ: Helen Siens, Irene Halabrin. TM Nr lx ' YA BUS DRIVERS-Front Row: IL. to RJ: Don McColgan, Eldon Allsup, Ron Macgruder. Second Row KL. to RJ: Jerry Hariman, Wayne Gray, Bill Payer, C. C. Hanes firansportation superintendenll. 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Q' 1 H' L L 3 rj ' X W' " : A X ', -:igfaf ij- 'fi Q- -tsli - " "ff f' :-?...',,, 5 'A . 'x X X X !iA35f'?'1L'fv.75-s V- 2121, , .. f-X f - '5 " ' "' ' V ,. , ffl 1-4 1 , , 1, - ifxf '- I f , if Q. ,X ' ' , I :V ,K- ,'-1,3 4 ,I j" : , F ,fff ,ff-3 1 fy-QW f' 1 r f fi A fi 'XFX ' 4' 1" H- x f - fx. X f - fi ' K' S' Y ' K j A Z? M E re 'Q n. ig- N 'WM XQX A F- L N W 'X t ' Xfvrdd , MM X K. 2'-X X Z3 fXx.. X 'ax A A if mx A N X-X KV If-X Q VLMW Suphnmtlres When we thoroughly enjoy something, the time seems to fly by. So it has been with us, the sophomore class of 1956. We are proud to be the "Tenth Anniversaryl' graduating class of Mount San Antonio College in this Fiesta Year! This year has certainly been one for celebrating with our great sports teams, school spirit, growth in enrollment, and building pro- gram. MSAC's winning spirit and memories will always linger with us in our future educa- tion, work, service, and life. Our freshmen officers, Bob Webb as president, Bruce Burke as vice-president, and Lynette Wise as secretary, led us through the many trials and tribulations such as feudin' days and our loss to Thatcher in football. We recovered our loss though, and our sophomore class officers have led us through another successful year to look forward to our sophomore breakfast and our caps and gowns at graduation. Bob Webb served the class of '56 as both Freshman and Sophomore President. w -amer i V . ye ...... ., ..... , .W ' P . f ies. xy ,-ff ,fl ' .NL ac? f Q, gif? 4 1 V ' ' , 'j ' f '- .-,, -X Q -X f .f V , 7, . el. Q , 1 .,,,., Z5 , A -t e 1 ,.,. . . Q QKQA 1 , y , W1 if i -' ' - t- s , , ,W - , , ,Q . rv f 9 s' ?T?1f 1ff5w,.1.5.tM M a ,M,t, --S f I .:e- - X r, , z:. fy 1 - me s. :gg gpg X . f - f :- -.-- ,W - i i I . L -f,- wm, S21 is F Sop , was , homofe Officers! KL to RD Karen Tlmmom, Treasurerg Bob Proctor, Vice-Presidentg Lynette Wise, Secretary. David Bellows John Benson Gary Bieber Daniel Bieker Charles Biggs Barbara Blakely Beverly Blakely Kelley Bhor William Bowen Peter Brennan Don Brownell Ira Browning Robert Bruce Marina Buraglia Kaihleen Burl Pete Cagliero Claudetie Campbell Edward Carlile Charles Carlson David Carmona Shirley Cafe Robert Caudillo Don Cawihon Niki Cuwlhon rw -X f 5' c . i A. Yr is u 9 4. K 5. f y V 3 4? Q X! f fm 'f' fd., W ' ' 9 Carol Adair Eliz. Agaianian Edgar Alexander Cecil Allen Susan Alley Vincent Alvarez Jean Archer Richard Bacon John Bclla Paula Barker Judilh Barnes Victor Barris Paul Bafelann Julie Becker Edward Beckley Everelt Beckley Carol Beckquist John Bell ,AQ -fx K .z' .A in oy TE i I 1 ,J 5- K is X l V mmm. Jack Desy Russ Deu Free Don De Vol Marlene DeWitt Ronald Diezzi Dan Dioses Calvin Dass Richard Downs Donna Duclose Richmond Dunn Kenneth Dunsrer John Edwards Harry Empey Karen Farley Morelfa Farrell John Feather Cal Feemsler David Ferguson Richard Ferrini Charles Fishborne Ronald Foreman Marlene Foshay Shirley Franklin Carol Fraser X 3 C, f ' J 1' 's'r' i 'J 1 F -A f. , ww , i..:f!.,:f:fM v W", gel:-at Q ,. ,s, 5 ZQ, mh Q ,' ea' , TT',,.:',i1::,-'zi bi," is . me ,r . -,WC X own. ' sn? 1 V7-'Q Donn Cefaloni Raylene Chuldu Barbara Childs Helen Chow Barbara Claybrook Harvey Clemons Joe Clements James Clifton Pal Clune Elizabelh Coiner George Colvin Don Cullum John Cummings Dave Danfelf Donna Davies Vonna Davies George Deubill Salvator De Simone xx xxm -- ,,.. - -f'K3?'i N, i E .f ' - ,Q Ls. . fgg r Ass X., -f A X be W QA A ,Q ,K - 4. X .1 Gaylord Grove Gay Hall Don Halstead Sally Hamblin Roberta Haynes Marlene Healy Malcolm Hellman lrving Hendrick John Herzig Larry Hicklin Sharon Hill Carole Hillen Avery Hinds Donna Hoggan James Holaday James Holk Daniel Holliday Ralat. Hollingsworth Barry Hollis Sharon Holm Ronald Hopkins Ola Horne Janice Hoskinson Fred Houghton 214 4 Y? f 6 V W. . 1.3 My www., , :les f ,mx Q. ill? Q T. Q 372 ' 'V "1 fi . y mf g: 1 4. ,J 3. 4,9 Vw f 4 5 125 7 gi Qi f M 1 ' Af fn f df , 5 f 'V f f ' K 24 ,. on f 4 2:0 , f' f f . ' .Ma-"' wm v 5 eg-5: T5 . 6? 3 , V am. - , 1. .A gsi-7. :J -- , - 3' , f Bruce Frenzinger Georgiana Fuerst Patricia Fuller Cliff Garrett Don Gelwick Carole Gerlach Charles Giannotti Janice Gilliland Penny Glandon Robert Gonzalez Andrew Gorman Richard Graff Jane Graham Janice Grant Wayne Gray Conrad Grichar Norma Griffin Nancy Grizzle +6 LeRoy Houtz Patricia Hovel Emma Hull Norris Hundley Janice Hurley Ray lnfantino William Ingalls Carolyn Kean Claudia Kelley Dorothy King Stanley King Joanne Kingshot Marianne Krackharclt Sharon Kreps Katherine Lambert Robert Lang Howard La Pierre Ruth Le Comte Ronald Legg Gerald Leonhardt Walter Lew Karen Lewis Barbara Liddle Nancy Lilly Mildred Lloyd Thomas Logan Richard Long Pat McGaugh Neilan McMichael Ronald Magruder Richard Manley Don Manning John Martin Robert G.-Martin Mary Lou Martinez Margie Matson Mario Maury John Miller Patsy Miller Robert Millner Samuel Mitchell Joan Moss Marilyn Nash Robert Novarrette Robert Nelson Charles Nichols Larry Nomura Ruth Olch Donald L. Olson Darlene O'Rourke Ted Owsiey Charles Pace Audrey Palm Marie Pantolin Pot Paquin John G. Parker John J. Parker Deunne Pasonault Wylie Pennington Jessie Peters elf 1 . by 4 . 4-MW. nhl :if it-.42 - ' ,w-'le .me fin? Z' Y S l"x at 1 ' ,ei l .bl gl 19. ,quit 1 P? , 'S in n -f.. t 5 J 4 Z.. , 5 'QQ F Q .cs Al! 'IVR .. ,J I I cf' ,woe P if X , C-7 -, , .Al in John Piacentini Paulo Power Hector Quezoda Donna Reynolds Sybl Robertson Abui Rodriguez Augustine Rodreguez Darryl Ross Jeonnette Roth Philip Rue Don Sawyer Pot Scoriano LeRoy Schmoltz Mary Lou Schmidt Robert Schmitt Cheryl Schruben Roger Sharp Joanne Shirley Don Slack Maurice Smith Pat Smith Francis Solomon Potty Sorenson Jerry Spaulding Judy Van Sant Virginia Vetter Richard Voiles Richard Wade Grace Watanabe Bruce Waterman Larry Waters Bob Webb Thomas White Kenneth Wilcox Carol Wiley Guy Williams John Wilson Leona Wilson Lynette Wise Pot Wolff Ronald Wooden Blair Woods Virgil Woodward Dolores Worthy Paul Yamas Donna Young Sandra Young Harold Zeidler Arlene Sperber Jim Stark Gloria Stell Horace Stephens Jerry Stevens Jim Stevens Susan Strong Richard Taggert Wayne Tatti Nancy Jo Thompson Michael Thornton William Thrasher Bonnie Thurston Karen Timmons Patricia Timmons Calvin Tippets George Turner Robert Van Oosting WW p?1"M-.--., in-Ziff S , f WE? gf Eu: X i SOPHOMORES without l.D.'s-Front Row IL fo Rl: Jim Sfurk, Darrel Nehring, glcrk McComb, Rose 5: Suphlilmores Sophomore Dill, Ned Faiardo, Benny Fullagar, Barbara Graves, Iames Harmon, William Lauritzen, Frank Logan, Ianies Camera-Shy McComb, Clark Parker, Marilyn Peterson, Charles Stalians, Sharon Stringliam, lay Tomlinson, Sandra Tucliey, Bill Moe Perry. Secorig Row: Ned Dj-ll Dean E. Ber e, .la Sfrin hum, Louie W m n, William Yurmon. ,Mi if K 9 V X Qi l 'iflvlj KW fyiiytf fi' l , 9' . ly ll I " Gif A gk X ll x Xb ij- H in A Xl I K 'XM ', I l Elql J If 3 , ff ,fyzf L 2 H 3 xl f 3 fr' if , fi J if? X ,ff ,Ji fi f jx ,V A : I X rx ig H 'rf' X 1 2 f We , f 7' - M , l . ' l ' l ,gl " all .liflw I 'V , ' 1 M l Ml' w jf A C ll, N if 412 KG! 24,3 H lx, v "ilk ,I , - V lx 1 ffl ff jjfal 1 fl! ' I 1 W. v, I Y .7 I V1 '11, 'D' fsgefwiz' A -. I Sq r Qi ix 'Nb ff!! X L05 Freshmen The smiling fellow is Bob Ellis, the Freshman Class Preside v mf 1 nt Don Best served the Fresh- man Class as vice-president. The date-August 25, 1955. The place-Mt. San Antonio College. The event-Freshman Day. From nearly every High School in Southern California, and from several States throughout the country, some fourteen hundred students assembled for the first time to become the largest class in MSAC's history. They elected tempo- rary class officers that day, and by the time the first foot- ball game had become history, they had captured the true MSAC spirit. 'Led by the newly elected class officers, the new Mountaineers went through their first year of college with determination and hope for another fine year of work, fun and continued friendship in 1956-57. Diane Thompson served the Freshman Class as Secretary and Dixie I-Ianner took over the duties of Treasurer. :-' 4- . - -: Q 11' 1:7 ':, Wi oleic- 1 " " Mrs"-:arv 2, f ' ' Wim . A ,:v:f:5":-- , as .,':+1ef , 'u t-as ..::::,., .l L, wqrw ez 4 -1: A '2f.gf.,16 If f 1ri42e.QfQ'4, " ' ,,.,, - I -.,.,,,, .I , "if 35:21-,,'s: ' .A r ' , 47237-1 . f ' . f siffm ' 5 42- o f-4 ,-A-12-Q1 ,, -1, - 41z.,'f,: sa..-sew ' ' -- A :fee-, . ,z - :fr - wr:--f.: f - ,, -w wr. - - , vm,v,' . - 1 f 'I ' ' .I ' :li ff-f'f'f'CX , A r"'f r: .r. ,, ' " f , M I f 2 f ' 1-,il ,ygsw-M' ... 'f iam! .Q apr. 5141. ' 1.4.1 rdf Q A-Mis . '-0' s' . ,,,:2m- 1-if' I . 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Palsy Budge Barbara Buescher A Kay Burgon Stan Burrows Phyllis Burton Barbara Buuck ' Henry Cagigas Jan Campbell Mary Campbell Donna Canning Ron Caraway Edmond Carlson B05 Cclffelfa Madison Burden Barbara Burke Pai Burton Tom Button Henry Cabrera Bud Calbreaih Martha Campbell Gilbert Candelas Lou CGYGWGY Lois Carl Carolyn Carr Jean Carrey . .V 'x 'M- ' ' 0- Arr,-,Ama-I-1 W. -f -il? f , 1 M e .X 4 fi as 1 W. 9 fi .. , V , ps ' M V f 'M ff 7 3, v X 2 1' ' f in -V -V ------ -- ,, -VV' .--Vs --f-1" . V 1 , ., fp :wi .V. . , Veg. 7- V -v V' " ,334 QV, 2 Eye- ' -V + gg',rg4f3:V y -l,,,s J V 1 E V- .3 11, sg-3 .5-QV.-VV-s.n'5u U, 5, 6,4 -mug .. V,..--.VJ ,, , V 'Q a-V-'.,.,,.s.:: V, 5, 143. 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Bette Cox Bob Cullum Cynthia Davis , 51 J 9 '6 gp X K EQ? 7 y Y 5 5 Y 45 2 Og , J fi f 515 X i f ,, is Carol Cox Mike Cummins Donna Davis 5 Ve V f-'W ? ' I " 'fx' " X Fw, 4. F' 1. - V- E 'E 'bf f 1 1 'N ' 1 l 4. A K Wx. V. -5 1-3 Robert Crall Tom Cunningham Doug Day lv lk: ' ,L 1 C A 1 ' ' 1 X- . V. Q ,n Q .W fm nik 8 -: 2 .. YV Qi X Xi C iii 2+ v X A wr Q . slim X , N -tx-If s W f xx V 1 is fi . r 'we U W x 53 Ev xx 6 , . . is I L5 Q2 ff , 3' V M , X mg S C , ,Q 4 re .. , ' -s ,v 5 ,ZVV gf . V ....j if ',A E5 . sV V " X ' ' - K' 'K fx ' M 4, K J V, 3 . .mo ,, . N38 vi QSM? 1-51 Q .1 -.Wir I ' 4 Gerald Cronan Peggy Curry Edna Decker ,V 0 4 eil.- . , x 'Q' ' f' L I ' x . . 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W4 sz- ' H M: llifif-5 Arnold Taylor Banning Taylor Tom Taylor Dianne Thompson Jerry Thornton Larry Thornton I Roger Tremblay Gordon Troufman Robert Truiillo Carolyn Umsted Bruce Ungles Kay Vacca John Tessier Bonnie Theres Marlena Thomas Yvonne Thomas Jackie Thurn Nancy Tilton Kay Tokeshi Dave Townsend Virginia Tucker Judy Tuckey Elaine Tye Robert Tyler Gary Vallette Carolyn Valpreda Janice Van Curen Leonard Van Epps Velinda VandeVelde " Bob van Luchene Carolyn Vaughan X S VY X AQ! , .,.. . 'X I X Q X 1 7 , ' s , Q..-5-:gf f l 9' A K f . ,A .,.,, -4.-ary ,.e.+.,,.'-M ,. V ' . .- J-fn Vfwghf L as h ll' v d f ' P Y 'S ef '-'90 Y i f ' Ted V'e'5 A N, of ,w iff fyi',fi'Qg., J . , . Rudolph Vigil Laurie Vincent I June Waner Nila Weger Jo Vinti Weldon Wankler Gary Weidemann K V li T 2- -s . ffc' , .. 4-I - ,N -Q7 I 1 . 2 Q 2 'f gf J fy A 4 1 f seph Wachter Bob Voight JD Larry Ward Ph Deanna Weightman SUNY Wellmdrl A 'Q ,, ia X s- s ,. . as :. QA sf 4 9 1 V Y 4 I 4 I' .A Norman Vrornan Richardf Ward Janice Weiss 3. . 'x 'V 4 , f N V -'Lf lk ' , ,aff A 6 tx is 3 w, L , f " , fl ' 4 X -. Eau Wil" !'i fu 'IL . I ilip Wasson Stephen Wade Larry Watson Bob Welton R sv n fm M44 Ic I'w 1- .ni , , i I. ,. I My V, ,N .:5,,1. :,,, 9 f , , 5 4 ' , . -'E P k . ,. 1 ' ' 4 ew, sa , , ,ro -ef 4 :Ag " . A 4 xv., Q V aw-:. Q s rw, ydr M 1, 1, 'N X lx, X .4 M'-ng 11? 1 1 'E' . -K nz-Q , - F T 1 l , s 4 x 'SWK 4 x . ,.., lx , X Dick Wagner Jenafern Way William Wendt Ernest Wallace John Weeks Barbara Werle ,:, is-a s., rl Q I , .L D K L 5 .1 .t "' .I A . f ,J M AMF ra ,,.x 4? s-f , L. ,. .Az . ! M A ,A--r Y . , Ei V V, jf:- fw 7.5, x sc fe ,. in i - 1 ,ff i ii: 7,214 M rf' ,gf 'I ,K i E m .. ,,,. , ,,. - f W, X 4 6 ' X 7 I4 X 35,1 X .X ,F if- c ',1i,'f ' W 1? R., y J 4 fs X s f it 4 ,f Q 'w if S X - , pf , 94 ,,,. :af H . ,.. , I ,X f' 'E -' fiiff ,fliixf e , 2 if .ew '- ' 514' :X v " ff 3 ' W' 10 - ' f. g,gL,,34:6?'3i5i? ' ,,A, , fy Caroilee Zuerlein Second Semester Freshmen ,,, , 7 ri X ik -,ff Dave Weyer Billie White Donald While Don Whittaker Donna Wilkinson Don Williams George Williams Nick Williams .lack Wilson Kenny Wilson Larry Wilson Ron Wilson Dennis Woy Dave Wragg Janel Wranosky Carolyn Wynne Otfis Yoder Gloria Yonkles Pandra York Gordon Young Harry Whyte Janice Wiggins Mary Wilband Norman Williams Anita Wilson Darrel Wilson Tom Wolford Naureen Wood Alfred Woods Terumi Yamada Alfred Yeck Yvonne Yerkes Larry Young Bill Ziegler Johnelle Zook -1- 'Q QXXXXXX - " ' .- ig3XNqX jV.:.f2 ' X is X X x X X we X Xe N X Q 1 -.Xe . , - XX Q is X XX Xq X X XX A N XX NX x X xx s Y XX X X X is ge Y 1?sl?'s " .X .i - Q , if ,Xf YV iw -"i r X -f Q .. -X A - x iii, I ' Q X. l X XX N X SX so X X Q X X X 5 X s X S. . - x R - lx Nas- .2 - - X x XX f,g-fgegg - g -f:-eb--Q X ki f e X .X,Xf,-XX, X . -.Xeggxf Y X- X NNN . X- X ' r' ' . 'W ' . ' is 'N ' .eififix , X is - X X . 15 X X ' 13.112 'i K s ' ' : X , X ,XX , , Xe. x..,,. .. X X - X I X -' ' .X - . 222i e..,. ' sw :X .,., S X. , X f l 'ft , T 1 . f ' i- - f ef 'X Y ' -f ffiiiifsg 2 X' .. X fgl g X X ,X X Q " '5'f'25,fi'1' , L W , X X x 1 M Q My , is ,Xs X 1' S fy Xsf X X A f ,X.,.w, . X, if , " 1-efwfwf . A 7 :gil l iii ,,.. 'NN Q M .X. . , .,., ,. X 'X KX. 3, 2 s X,X N x X ,X 2 Q1 4 s X 4 N 'XA N 544 5 if X 5 NX A x NASB Q X S A N X N Q XX X, 5, , es X f X y ,fX X9 W fx -3 RX XX Y X "' '3 , X.,'5XXX X. - ' ' J' rr ':a,-A,Xca - Q X' ,yy 5 11 7 'Q5"s. " X 1 4 fl ev It X f sg ,, X ' N K wr X 5 , X I xi X 4 XX i X AX f 'X Y' 4 3 2 A 1 R X N If Xi Q' X sa Q f X Q X www XX ff 5. , QV X X N fix V X A 4 1 X Y we Y FRESHMEN-Front Row Cl. io Rl: Charles Weldon, Joe Palumbo, Joan Tewkesbury, Jean Taylor, Don McCormick, Second Row: Joe Dakey, Charles Sloan, Bob Rende, Glenn Paden, Danny Rodriguez. FRESHMEN-Froni Row CL fo RJ: Shirley Bentley, Jerry Breneisen, Pa? Epps, Nan Gulleff, Mary Rose Chifwood, Befiy Kaemerer. Second Row: Edward Grannis, Gary Allen, John Gapper, Richard Greene, Frank Hufchens, Third Row: Jimmy Chrydon, Peter Gilhausen, Roger Hovey, Dick Smifh, Tom Smifh. W ,N -vi "'MmS,,.x R X S 2 A was-5-. Q x x fm M2 'T' LAS CTI ID DES . ' 'X O e --, ' I 5' V. .9 , s -J fs- 2 9' l 1 C i P D lj l xc? P A f ' - fg if -'f ' ' s V f' C.. E ff'-- 9 Q ' '1' ' ---,.:. -1 , cg 0 1 -fa S W4 ,L - - ' ' , ZR U ., H O " N H E' , 0 . - v- yn ,Q Q S Vo i .C xdyfx xxx is at I u2,. '-In Y ' I PX K X K offs IZAEIU i II z! a 1 gs Q 1 2 5 2 s Q S 2 SQ SI A 21 S S E 5 Q e 5 2 4 Z ,A Z 4 S 5 2 S 3 S A A E 5: 2 s S S s X 5 S Q F ZS S Q X S S m 5 6 6 g. S Q X 3 x Q ,i 5 Z 5 S 1 3 X S Q S A s s 5 S Z S S 2 Student Council In addition to carrying on all the regular business of the student body, the Associated Student Council has successfully organized and activated the Associated Men Students, initiated an Intramural Sports program, planned and presented highly entertaining convocations, and sponsored various dances throughout the year. Norris I-Iundley, the hard working ASB president, has been largely responsible for the tremendous success of all the various activities of the Council. He has been ahly assisted by ASB Vice-President, Dave Danfelt, the capable chairman of Interclub Council, who has helped give the ASB Council a clear picture of the important part which clubs play in student body activities. Much of the weight of the detailed work done by the Council has fallen on the shoulders of Helen Chow, ASB Secretary, who has capably dealt with all of these responsibilities. Under the able direction of these officers, the entire Council has been a fine example of student government. -T 1 fl DELEGATE5 Front Row CL io Rl Diane Thompson Gay Hall Carol Beckqulsi' Judy Gan? Second Row Pai Hovel Joan R, H 4 Swelgarf Sally Hamblln Barbara Claybrook Sharon Holmes Marlo Maury Third Row Russ Deu Pree Bob Schmitt If Nl' Chuck Cannon Jack Hendrickson Darrel Nehrlng If 49' ' " ,Q-E44 5 5. ' fit ,ga -' ' . 114, 1 . fzjf' f"'!l'. , ' - .,.ji?W-'- , -'if' x - COMMISSIONERS fleft to righfl Carol Graham Nancy Grizzle Bonnie Thurston Pat Sorenson Arlene Sperber Barbara Luett Darlene ORourke Standing Vic Barris, Ed Carlile, Bob Morse Marlo Maury Darrel Nehrlng INTERCLUB-COUNCIL-Front Row KL to Rl: Madison Burden, Robert Martin, Jim Stark, David Foltz, Dale Allyn, Ron Diezsi, .less Kraus, Charles Peterson, Dave Donfelt, Second Row Harvey Clemons, Norman Williams, Tom White, Darrel R. Nehring, .lim Clarke, John McLeod, Pete Brennan, Tom Gorman, Bruce Waterman, Dan Bieker, Lavvrence Kavlch Third Raw: Carole Adair, Martha Campbell, Elizabeth Coiner, Nancy Grizzle, Marlene De Witt, Jack Hendrickson, Don Halstead, Bob Schmitt, Bob Morse, Lrz Agalanlon, Donno Hoggan, Barbara Lee Fullagor, Sharon Stewart, Lagene Ethridge, Lynn Laister. Originally created to coordinate the activities of all organized clubs, the Interclub Council has taken its place among the busiest campus groups. In addition to many other projects, the Council annually sponsors the ICC Carnival, from which the proceeds go to charity. Through the Workshops, new groups are able to form and establish themselves on campus. Under the capable leadership of ASB Vice President Dave Danfelt and the guidance of Mr. Larry Kavich, the ICC has become a hub of campus activities, a functioning group that plays an important role in MSAC affairs. ICC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-Front Row IL t RJ: D l N h ' , D D f l, B h ' Hoggan. Second Row: Don Halstead, Leona Willson, glclrf-CarliTe,rl2lIlr. Lgxzencin lgatviclil Comer' Donna lnlerthib EUUHEH 4'X. ' Ar N ,:3M?f 1 I 0 f Q EXAN E, lfiwvwfw 1 .,-5 A W I l I . J' X n .Al , Y Drama Donning grease paint and costumes and setting up props and lights, members of the Drama Department worked hard to add their success to MSAC's tenth year. In the presentation of K'Green Valley," "Pygmalion," a mystery drama, and a sophisticated modern comedy, these Thespians gave theater-goers a real treat in their capable handling of turnabout staging, center staging, in addi- tion to the conventional style of staging. Because of the increased interest shown by MSAC students in their pro- ductions this year, each show was given on two weekends with two to three performances per week. A great deal of interest was shown in the actual production of the plays. Nearly one hundred students participated in either the plays themselves or served on the production staff during the year. Casts of all the shows were large and the leading roles were rotated so that several students had a chance to display their talent. Though many hours of work were spent on these productions, these energetic students still found time to organize and participate in the Players, the campus drama club, and Delta Psi Omega, a national drama honorary society. at ,, X X J, X QQ Grandpaw hears plot to stea l Eldon's land. QL to RD Pat Wolff Iohn Parker, Norman Churchill THE CAST OF GREEN VALLEY-Front Row KL 'Io Rl: Ken Elder, Pat Wolff, Ronald Cole, Norman Churchill, Rick Eckley, Lagene Ethridge, Juanita Boo- her, John Pcirker, Jesse Peters. Back Row: Jim Clifton, Niki Cawthon, Dan "GREEN VALLEY" Eldon Berry .,.. ................ Prim Stokes .... Tinker Smith .......... Tobias I. Everheel .... Martha Meers ....,., Eva Friese .... . ...................,.... Q ....... Rufe Thomas and wife Sarah ...... Hip Cooley and wife Mamie ........ Shade Stokes ,.., ..,......,,..,,,..,. Peppery Grandpaw ,............. Sharp-tongued Grandmaw .....,.... Mechanically-Minded Lonesome Gruff Calhoun ..,,,, , ,,.,,.,..........., Limpy Ieb ,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, Giggle-witted Ransome ..... ...,. Charles Crummer Bonnie Theres Ken Elder Norman Churchill Pat Wolff ,,,,,--,,,-,-,,.,,.,,,,, . Lou Caraway Rick Eckley, Darlene Cockrell lim Clifton, Margaret McLeod Dan Bieker Iohn Parker Iuanita Booher Leslie Little - , .,,,.,,.., Bruce Stallcr 7 L ..... David Putney ., ..s ..... e...g Ronald Cole ' Lagene Ethridge Flirtations Prudence ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, . ....,..........,........ .... . Other Ancestral Berrys: Niki Cawthon, Jesse Peters, Loretta Lindhorst, Sandra Forsyth, Dick Albert, Marianne Krackhardt, Rick Eckley. Bieker, Bonnie Theres, Charles Crum- mer, Loretta Lindhorst, Dennis Evans, Marianne Krackhcxrdt. Prudence, a designing spirit, lures Eldon, the l1cro,away from Prim, the heroine CL to RD Lagcne Ethritlge, Charles Crummer, Bonnie The-rcs. P qmalitln Clara liynsford-Hill .... Mrs. Eynsford-Hill ,.,... A Bystander ,,,.........,.... A Second liystander ,A....,. Freddy Eynsford-Hill Eliza Doolittle A.., ..,, Col. Pigkefing d,l.,... A Woman .... . ...,. A News Vender ,,.. . Henry Higgins ...... Mrs. Pearce ...Y..,, Alfred Doolittle ,.,... Mrs. Higgins ,,.... Parlor Maid .... "PYGMALION" Loretta Lindhorst Paula Miller lames Clifton David Puntney Rick Eckley Marianne Krackhardt Iesse Peters Darlene Cockrell Ronny Cole Iohn Parker Lagenei Ethridge Charles Crummer Iuanita Booher Pat Wolff Liza Doolittle, a flower girl, comes to the home of Professor Higgins to take lessons in speech. She wants to become a lady. on Liza Ccenterj is taken to a tea party to test her stature as a "lady." Alfred Doolittle, Elizals father, is played by Charles Liza proves to the professor that she has ideas of her Cruinnier ffar rightj. Other cast members are Ronny own. Iohn Parker as Professor Higgins, Marianne Krack- Cole and lim Clifton. harclt as Liza Doolittle. ,4s4"a""- Three riqels "MY THREE ANGELS"-Fronf Row CL to Rl: Muri- anne Krackhardt, Lorerfa Lindhorsfp Second Row: Marilyn Nash, Jim Cliftong Third Row: Jerr Miller, Ken Elder, John Parker, Rick Eckley Juanita Booherp Fourth Row: Joe Lynch. The "Three Angelsn read the poisoned pen letter Marie Louise Docotel fainrs ancl mother Ducotel tries to revive her. "MY THREE ANGELS" Felix Ducotel e.,r,......... reee.....,..,,.,,e....,,,,......, I erry Miller Emilie Ducotel .,,e,,,,.,., ...., , , ,,,,,,,r.. Marilyn Nash Marie Louise Dueotel e.,. ..... L oretta Linclhorsr Mme. Parole ....,,ee..r.,, r,e. I uanira Booher l0SCph .......... ...,,r R ick Eekley Iules ,e,,,,,,, 'Joe Lynch Alfred .,.....r,.,.,..Ye.. ,,,,, K enineth Elder Henri Trochnrd ,,,,.. .... I ames Clifton Plllll ,,., ,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,r,,,,,,,, I c Jhn Parker Lieutenant ,,,, ,. Charles Crummer The convict boolckeeper, Rick Eckley, explains Papa Ducotel's business to Uncle Henri. "MY THREE ANGELS" The grcccly Paul flolm linrlicri is llillL'I1 hy Arlnlpli, thc smilie. fl. lu Rl lm' l,Yl1Cll, Rick Iiclslcv, Kwii lilclvr, Iulm P.urlQcr. First Row: Marlene Foshay, Donna Hoggan, Pat Aldermahn, Janet Wranosky, Darlene Gresham, Ginger Tucker, Gay Frost, Barbara Claybrook, Julie Becker, Joan Moss fpianistl, Carol Beckquist, Marlene DeWitt, Virginia Ellis, Claudia Kelley, Millie Lloyd, Carolyn Vaughn, Pat Wolff, Nancy Grizzle, Celeste Loi, Lorene Johnson, Second row: Jane McKenzie, Joanne Wilson Shirley, Paula Jones, Mona Girard, Gloria Stell Tenny, Jean Guenther faccompanistj, Janice Grant, Judie Van Sant, Delia Gonzalez, Carol Jensen, Shirley Frankline, Margaret Hunter, Carol Berry, Laura Dilly, Third row: Jeanne Schooler, Mary Taylor, Jeannette Roth, Jean Corder, Loretta Lindhorst, Juanita Booher, Donna Reynolds, Jim Clifton, Tom Collipi, Ed Keller, Adele Klaris, Cynthia Davis, Karen Timmons, Darlene Cockrell, Carolyn Valpreda, Lois Huffman, Diane Spring, Janice Hurleyp Fourth row: Shirley Cate, Janice Gilliland, Al Richmond, Walter Bolton, Morris McFarland, John Gapper, Richard Rossner, Frank Acuna, Dave Hibbard, Paula Power, Pat, Paquin, Linda Hutchison, Artie Lawhorn, Carol Moore, Phil Lord, Fifth row: John Bassett, Dick Filer, John McLeod, Gary Vallette, Howard McLaughlin, Richard A. Cobb, Don Sawyer, Joe Oakey. '5 56 Q f QD 1 j f nit Q gi ff 2 74 fa 0 ff' E859 5 A 4 . W6 3 Q as Q ,,,o, o,ai -7 - f , if I Concert Singers The hard-Working Choir and Concert Singers, directed by Mr. Louis Ronfeldt, should be congratulated for their spreading of MSACis spirit. These talented organizations are two of Southern Californials finest singing groups. They have given much enjoyment and enlightenment to surrounding high schools, civic organizations, and service clubs, as Well as to the MSAC student body. In April, the Concert Singers gave a delightful presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan's opera, K'The Mikado." CONCERT SINGERS-First Row QL io Rl: Carol Beckquisf, Marlene DeWitt, Julie Becker, Barbara Claybrook, Virginia Ellis, Joan Moss, Gay Frost, Virginia Tucker, Mildred Lloyd, Second Row: John McLeod, Gary Vallette, Richard Cobb, Howard McLaughlin, Dave Hibbard, Ed Keller, Jim Clifton, Walter Bolton, Third Row: Pat Paquin, Sharon Stewart, Gloria Siell, Paula Power, Jean Guenther, Marlene Foshay, Carol Moore, Tom Collipi, Morris McFarland. V4 'S-U, eefiif. S., Xxx X X Director Mr. Stanton Selby strikes up the band. The MOUNTAINEER BAND Front Row IL to R7 Joe Olson John Gapper Paula Barker, Le Roy Houtz, Don Orcholoki, Tom Herrington, Ronnie Soares, George Carroll, Ruth Ann Nelson Susan Strong Second Row John Pleasant Jim Phillips Stan Shlpcotr John Luster, Ted Konoch, Joe Ookey, Duane Kriesel. Third Row: Loren Henderson, ,Don Soclen, Mike Rogan With rhythmic step and music in their hearts, the Mountaineer band paraded through the year. At football games, at pep rallies, and in concert they proved that they had the best organization and spirit. Under the direction of Mr. Stanton Selby, they participated in the Iunior Rose Bowl game half-time show and parade andiat the Southern California Iunior College Music Festival. Their versatility was much in evidence at one of the most successful Spring Concerts given on the MSAC campus. The Mountie band has certainly done its share in making this 10th Anniversary Year a memorable one. r Bane S7991 ?Z'7 vw, Wm, f ,rf MAJORETTES-CL To Rl: Phyllis Burton, Yvonne Thomas Dick Gans Barbara Buescher, Delia Gonzalez CHEER LEADERS-Fran? Raw lL 10 Rl: Bud Lamaisan, Tom Payne: Segond Row: Sharon Hill, Celeste lol, Carol Berry. M" Pe psiers .- qu Q , , .- .iesawzfp v nip- in "N ,,,f ' -- . aj... . " ""' ' 4.4 I '- ,jill-J f J il Qi' N ffl, --- f - 'HM-. :I , " ' ,-:X I ,fn-15-yn 71, 1 , Y s-, lf' Eligiwix all ', ll - "' V-:Q - ' lg-i-X-" 4 1 f r '- -1" ,f cz? SONGLEADERS-Fronl 'Row lL io Rl: Barbara Liddle Susan Humphries, Judy Coleman. Second Row: Bette Cox, Janice Hoskinson, Virginia Rodgers. 1' -fy .W C fl .-YN4. Smiling Sandy Young took over the position of first semester Mountaineer Editor. 4' C li ,lx af-f 1 ,. ffnif' 5" 1 1,-H' v kk ' ff' ' 544, 1' 'f f' -,'fnf:?1f'd' Ji' . .,.-,.- , , ,, , 1:26-1 " . 1' 1 ehljaaff f ' if ' " 1' ' 11437, f ,, . . 1' -- aff.: 3'- if Three of the Mountaineer reporters take time out to smile for the cameraman. From QL to RD Lucille Lander, Ernie Prentice and Barbara Claybrook. Advisor, Mr. Robert Baylor, checks the make-up of the paper with Barbara Luett, second-semester editor of the Mountaineer. On these pages you see the newspaper guys and gals who put forth much time and effort to bring to MSAC students the news of their school. Giving full coverage to all campus organizations and events, as well as writing features, securing interviews, conducting polls, and covering the activities of all departments, were only a part of their job. There were those who Wrote the headlines, counted inches of copy, and proofread all copy. There were others who drew the cartoons and handled the exchanging of the Mountaineer with other Southern California schools. An able photography staff headed by their advisor, Mr. Hilmer Lodge, provided a pictorial record of the year's events, adding much to the Mountaineer news coverage. Advised by Mr. Robert Baylor, and working closely with Editor-in- Chiefs Sandy Young and Barbara Luett these students have proven themselves capable of being able to take over as the newspaper men and women of tomorrow. This is Charlie Pace, the fellow responsible for all the fine cartoons in the Mountaineer. Mountaineer Three people that the staff could not get along Without are the photographers: Barbara Lanier, Madison Burden and Craig Freerksen. - It must be deadline time! Susan Alley and Don Sawyer are busy with last minute copy. Three star reporters, Betty Kaemerer, Sherryl Nagle, and Mildred Lynch, look over the editorial page. Mr. Baylor gives Iohn Cummings, Sports Editor, a few pointers on page make- up. if Carole Adair, Club Editor of the Mountaineer, wrote Klub's Korner for each edition. Three Mountaineer reporters: Iune Pitkin, Arlene Sperber and Norm Williams, are all set for another Bermuda Day. 6 I i i 155, r i I i l l Chaparral Editors, Carole Adair and Charles Pace, look pleased as ithey View the first copy of the 1956 yearbook. When there was a picture to be taken or printed, our Photography Editor, Barbara Lanier, was always there. Dave Foltz and Hervey Stern, Cnot picturedj Freshmen Editors, had a big job to undertake. Sophomore Co-Editor, Barbara Clay- brook and Iulie Becker check over the list of the camera shy Sophomores. Chaparral Susan Alley, Organization Editor, poses with the Chaparral mascot, "Little Vic." Staff photographers, Craig Freerksen and Madi- son Burden, check over the camera before taking pictures. lack Hendrickson checks over some last minute copy for his sport pages. Wwe i QC Q S x Yearbook advisors, Mr. Robert Fleck and Mr. Robert Baylor, look over the end sheet of the Chaparral. When the staff had a problem they could always depend on these two men. Sports Editor, Iohn Cummings, spent many hours working on the sports section of the l956 Chaparral. Gay Hall, Cl ganization pict says Gay. ub Editor, sets up another or- LeRoy Sc ure. ':One-two-three Cheese," ander were Pace. hmaltz, Gene Moser and Ed Alex- Barbara Luett worked as editor of the WAA ' the staff artists who assisted Charles section of the yearbook. f' -'ad' ' "" .14 r Muff? . ' sf.. 1-I5 A ,af ,,,,., ,,,!,,, .B Faculty Editor, Bonnie Thurston, smiles as The busy gal at the typewriter is the f she files away the finished copy of her section. Chaparral's Copy Editor, Ginny Vetter. Starting their work early in September, the Chaparral staffers have shown tremendous effort and enthusiasm in putting this year's book together. Co- editors, Carole Adair and Charles Pace did the whip-cracking, backed up by faculty advisors Mr. Robert Baylor and Mr. Robert Fleck. All was not work, however, for the staff found time for several parties. And despite balky type- xvriters, early deadlines, and lost copy, these recorders of our Fiesta Days have managed to become a close knit and well coordinated group. x ., I 5 f x , i i -, ' ll , Don Sawyer types away on copy for his ,A A , 4:fefa,Q,fQ ,PA track and cross country pages. -V Student Teachers The Student Teachers organi- zation helps acquaint those who are interested in the teaching pro- fession With the job opportunities, requirements, and the ethics of this career. STUDENTITEACHERS-Front Row fl. to Rl: Elizabeth Cainer, Bonnie Thurston, Cliff Garrett, Joanne Shirley, Donna Young. Second Row: Anne Smiley, Given Walter, Pat Heinrich, Patt Budge, Judy Mills, Lynnette Lock, Jean Rounds, Marlene Melton, Rowena Anderson, Joanne Kmgshot, Arletta.Prock, Carolyn Wynne, Mr. Carl. Third Row: Barbara Claybrook, Penny Glandon, Linda Hamm, Vonna Davies, George Carroll, Pat Paqum, Marianne Kimari, Carol Frasier, Donna Wilkinson. Beta Delia Commercial and Business students in Beta Delta Ep- silon received the latest information on business tech- niques and conditions. The club members profited from the several field trips they made to plants and offices in this area, BETA QELTA EPSILON-Front Row: Harold Austin, Elene Bieberdorf, Carol Lee Polito, Barbara Myers, Linda, Jeffries, Ed Carlile, Helen Chow, Marina Buraglia, J , Barbara Buuck, Mary Cerny. Second Row: Wayne Natale, Melvin Adams, Lucy Eason, Mary Lou Dotta, Marguerita Dotta, Raylene Chalclu, arolyn Kean, Janice Grant, Marcia Bouton, Jean Guenther, Annette Luzader.,Third Row: Kay Vacca, Wally Mitcheel, Dave Jeffries, Ellenvee Beard, Murrre Hartsrnan, Lavon Sells, George Kaenel, Jack Darr, Dottie Harner, Patricia King, Lois Knock, Jackie Reilly. Z-llpha Gamma Sigma Alpha Gamma Sigma is MSAC's scholarship society. Any student is eligible to join if he has a 2.0 average or has a life membership in the California Scholarship Federation. Front row fl, to RJ: Manuel Quezada, Duane Gray, Iohn Cummings, l-larry Empey. Second row: Bob Van Luchcnc, Etl Alexander, Alan Peterson, lim I-Iolk, Coach Provost, Vie Barris, Dick Easley, Ron Hopkins. ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA-Front Row IL to RJ: Carolin Lee, Marianne Krackhardt, Virginia Veifer, Leona Wilson, Penny Glandon, Carol Nafrel, Gay Hall. Second Row: Sharon Hill, Phoebe Jenkins, Rose Ferrero, Sharon Stewart, Nancy Grizzle, Barbara Claybrook, Barbara Bemboon, Audrey Palm, Pairicia McGaugh, Dr. Joseph Landry. Third Row: Jim DeLaVergne, Jim Clifton, John Parker, Georgiana Fuerst, Judy Grant, Marlene DeWitt. Fourih Row: Charles Crummer, Don Olson, John Edwards, David Bellows, Frank Lauritzer. Varsity The Varsity Club is the organization for men who have lettered in a sport at MSAC. The club enjoyed several sports movies during the year. iv sf f L 1 ,.., . .A, , 4 " ar -' Axel' 0?-if if VETERANS CLUB-Front Row lL to RQ: Dennis A. Mulligan, Richard I. Smith, Palmer Fichtner, Richard E. Rossner, Robert Peterson, Jae Gillette, Al Daniels, Leonard P. l Biglow, Bill Roberts, Dave Costello, Stan Shaffer. Second Row: James Wilson, Dale Andrews, Roy Cullipher, Kelly Bohr, Louis Martin, Chuck Cheesebrough, George Duncan, Larry Hicklin, Jerry Nielsen, Richard Boling, Cal. J. Doss, Doug Bledsoe, Darrell R. Nehring. Third Row: Ruel Neiger, Bob Landes, Jim McGee, Tom Berge, Jerry Bezaire, Tom Purvis, Guy Jeffrey, Michael Thornton, Ron Lackowski, Sam Mitchell, Joe Pieri, M. L. Mathews, Mr. Max Schumacher. Fourth Row: John Flaherty, Walt Hackett, Yoshiro lshikawa, Don Orcholski, Ken Abramson, Jim King, Vernon Jones, Don Rogers, Jack Desy, Russell Deu Pree, Robert E. Reynolds, Dave Jensen, Veterans The Vets have really done a great job in their service to the school this year. Among their projects were a Christmas Toy Drive and the very successful Go Native Dance. Walter L. Lew, Stan King. ' Delta Chi Omega strives to further an interest in home economics on E 1 campus. The girls enjoy using the Homemaking Department facilities for their many activities. E?-TA grlrlr OQES:-FQOUL ROVE il-bl0 Ri: Sharon Holm, Pat Clune, Donna David Cathi Pedutti Carol Gibson. Second Row: Lorna Pettis, Kay Vacca 99X Y, . F19 El' SS, or UFC Myers, Carol Lee Polito, Elene Bieberdorii Pat Fortner 'Third Row- Barbara Bemboon Janis Heady, Barbara 5Cl1V9If1ef, Margie Matson, Nancy Frazier, Paula Jones, Barbara Childs, Quillard Waldron, Lynn Laister, Marilyn Fiebelkarn. . ,snr h,,,.. 'Yl- FLASHBULBS-Fronf Row KL 10 Ri: Madison Burden, Barbara Lanier, Bob Picofl, Craig Freerksen. Second Row: Erwin Schoepfer, Dale McElroy, Hilmer Lodge. ljlashhulbs The students in the Flashbulbs have been keeping busy taking pictures for the Chaparral and Mountaineer. This is the first - year that MSAC has had a club for students interested in PRESS CLUB-Front Row KL to RJ: June Pitkin, Arlene Sperber. Second Row: Susan Alley, I 1 Carole Adair, Barbara Lueft, Sandy Young, Anita Post. Third Row: John Cummings, Charles Plofogfap JY' Pefe, Dale McElroy, Ted Rhoden, Mr. Robert Baylor. The group also attended several confabs for photographers during the year. P The Press Club is made up of students whose main interest is in the field of journalism. The members of the organization had several social functions during the year. They also visited one of the Los Angeles metropolitan papers early this spring. The Berean Bible Club is one of MSAC's largest and most active campus clubs. Bereans is an undenominational Christian Club which meets for fellowship once each week. All students are welcomed as members of Bereans. Of the clubls many activities this year, a visit to Forest JM Q . . . . Home for a College Briefing Conference, was the highlight. ' - " " ' s f'VZ12!i':g 1 BEREANS-Front Row L to R - Jim St ' Fishburne Ronnie Weinhold, Dick Rudy, Robert Paulus, Milton Oelke. Second Row: Jane! Wronosky, igilig Lanllng, Julie Bbcker, garbara Clllciiybiizt-:iZlc,JcEl,ciebrIi:,gg:dBijuJ:i2eCblTahrcdLIeliruce Qziasl, Sharon KrepS, BUTLJUYU MCC0'mlClif DOH SCIKYBY, Bill ing'-'wir Jjffj Crliafkef SGW' Fifffl lAd5'5o'l- DW. ROW: 5Ybl R0b9fS0h, Susie Bowen, Kezia Cryar, Carol Jacobsen, Monte Lou Palomar, Quillard Waldron, Elsa Andersen, Patricia McQaug , lfgI0l?1 aag, :epics aber? anna Eluvls' Aud"eY Palm, Terumi Yamada, Penny Mumford, Janice Gilliland, Sarah Purdy. Fourth Row: Jay Warden, SUSUU All9Y, MUFIIYU LUClf9n5m0Y'?f1 Omni? 0015. U 0' UU, ene B'ebefd0ff1A,l.eDn-Hough,4Sl1erry Hewitt, Bettie Sterling, Verlie Forsberg, Shirley Rush, Sally Homblin, Carolyn Kean, Suzanne VanCol!. H a ri FWZ? MK! FLYING CLUB-Front Row CL to Rl: Conrad Gricher, Bob Burns, Caroll Jones, James Logan, R0bel'l Ellioi- 5?C0"'Cl ROW: Tom Gorman Bob Tokeshi, Don Fusco, David Thompson, Ron Legg, Tom Taylor, Don Ferguson, Floyd Carter, Sam Mitchell, Robert Reynolds. Abue Rodriquez, Jim O'Miela, Charles Giannotli, Pete Ryan, Richard Bolander, Lowell Smith, Nellan McMichael, Richard Helm, ford, Clifford Booth, Dennis Mulligan. Ron .Diezsi ' Third Rowi Gary Dum- Flying Club MSAC's Flying Club is always very active with their flights to some of the surrounding cities. These young men are eager to learn all they can about aviation. Alpha Eta Rho is a national fraternity Whose members are planning to enter the field of aviation. The H H J members were all very proud when their candidate, Cheryl Bouillon was voted Homecoming Queen for H 1955. ALPHA ETA RHO-IL to RJ: Ron Diezsi, Ron Legg, Cheryl Bouillon, Sheila Keller, Janet Rich, Jackie Thurn, Edward Beckley, Tom Gorman. Second Row: Mona Girard, Edna Mae Decker, Sandy Stephens, Nancy Sickler, Carol Beckquisf, Donna Louk, Sally Wellman. Third Row: Janice Kees, Lorna Butterfield, Janice McMahon, Sheila Jason Marie Henningert Shirley Franklin, Karen Timmons, Miss Shirley Froyd. Fourth Raw: Mr. Stewart Angle, Jerry Haendiges, Ray Frank, Merrill Barbani, Jack Holden, John liarsons, David Fitkln, F. Glenn Jones, David Thompson, Billie Mae White, Carol Massey. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS-Front Row KL to Rl: Mario Maury, Gayle Gray, Arlene Sperber, CAMPUS Y-Frant Row IL to Rl: Mel Jung, David Foltz, Patsy Peach, Dick Wayne Reicherter, Dr. Franklyn Hoyt. Second Row: Richard Easley, Bob Schmitt, Bill Hepp, Bob Miniskey. Second Row: Stanley Honer, Dale Allyn, Ernest Delgadillo, Dorothy Gonzalez, Bob Morse. Burgess. li i' llilll' lf 'Y' The International Relations Club has been formed for the political minded This club strives to promote an active interest in the principles MSAC student. The members of this organization have attended several of the Y.M.C.A. and also to uphold its standards. Their biggest conventions during the year. project is sending students to the Asilomar Conferences that are I held in Monterey. ' The members of Boosters really go all out to "boost" our school spirit. At their meetings at the Student Union on Monday evenings, they turn out the posters and banners we see posted on trees, in the cafeteria, and on walls before our games and rallies. LX. BOOSTERS CLUB-Front Row CL to RJ: Georgiana Fuerst, Darlene Rubin, Yvonne Yerkes, Peg y Curry, Sharon Holm, Barbara Childs, Darlene O'Rourke, Jody Thompson, Sharon Hill, Nancy Grizzle. Second Row: Lola Kimbrell, Lee Maier, Candy Faris, Carolyn Hitchcock, Celeste Loi, Rose Mae Perry, Marlene De Witt, Emuko Soyeshn-ma, Collelne Howser, Nora Amonn, Diane Thom san, Janet Hiner. Third Row: Cynthia Davis, Janice De Pyper, Marion Gillman, Sandie Sanders, Beverly Rader, Cheryl Boutllon, Sheila .Keller, Bonnie Hurd, Pat Harr, Barbara Buescher, Pat Whalen. Fourth Row: Mario Maury, George Daech, lrvin Hendrick, Dave Danfelt, Dave Bellows, Don Pastrone. Fifth Row: Gary Novell, Chuck Ferris, Bud Lamaison, Jay Moore, Gary Koch, Tom Payne, .lack Desy, Cliff Halterman, Nick Williams. IUNG FARMERS-First Row CL to Rl: Fred Hagen, H. R. Peck, Don Slack, Wayne Tatti, Archie A. Miller, Bob Erickson, John Cross, Ken Dunster, Fred Houghton, Norman ise, Don Ost. Second Row: H. W. Weskamp, Pete Brennan, Vic Kurten, Kenneth Beach, Bud Tippets, Bob Ellis, Bill Throsher, Raymond Platt, Walter Smith, Roger Miller. lrd Row: Mr. D. R. Webster, David Ferguson, Gordon Young, John Mallne, Jim Zeidler, Ira Browning, Mike Curry, Bob Curreiro, Howard LaPierre, Charles Dyer, Bill wrmon, John Wilson, Ned L. Dill, Al Taylor, G. A. Sherman. hung Farmers The Young Farmers is one of the largest organizations on the MSAC campus. This club has brought much glory to A our school during the year through the many awards they have won. Ihess The Chess Club is one of the newest organizations on campus. Though the membership is small, the few in the club have enjoyed many delightful hours engrossed in Chess games with other MSAC students. N CHESS CLUB-Front Row KL to RJ: Dan Bieker, Joe Clements, Joe Fuller. Second Row: Dennie Evans, Walter Wilson, Charles Buie. RIFLE-Front Row: Bob Van Oosting, Bob Picatt, H. Cal Feemster, Robert Martin, Second Row: J. Heesen, John Malone, John Reagan, Craig Freerksen, Ron Dyer, Don Orcholski, Vernon R. Cannon. Rifle Club The Rifle Club has been organized for MSAC students to learn more about the skills and techniques of shooting. The fellows in the club are fortunate to have their own rifle range located on campus. ENGINEERING CLUB-Front Row IL fo RJ: Jim Black, Mario Maury, Tony Dilammaso, Pat Cordasco, Charles Pickering, John Parsons. Second Row: Chester Ferrine, James W. Graves, AI Daniels, David Suiphin, Dick O'Rourke, ,Frank Shippy, David Foltz, Ronald Jansen, Bernard Conrad. Third Row: Jim Clarke, Don L. Olson, William Ingalls, Alfred Yeck, John Balla, Frank Pirolo, Everett Beckley, John Feather, Tom White, Les Knipping. Engineering 141123 ALTRUISTS-Front Row IL to Rl: Pat Judkins, Carolyn Hiett, Marlene DeWitt, Vi gagg, Penny Glandon. Second Row: Bob Morse, Bob Schmi'r7,' Ed Carlile, T. J. onnor. I-lllrnists The Altruists is one of MSAC's oldest organizationsg it was formed in I946 to fill the need for a service club. Its members are very active in campus affairs. Q . The members of the Engineering Club learn the advantages and opportunities offered in the field of engineering. Hadin This club, a new group on campus, was initiated for all students interested in amateur radio work. Off to a good start this year, the club expects to become a permanent fixture at MSAC. RADIO CLUB-Front Row QL lo Rl: David Overstreel, John Miller, Charles Bigis, Alfred Yeck. Second Row: Richard Koch, V. R. Cannon, William Young, Darvin Mul ey. fav.. I KEN I, , f 4 l , . l il: Art J .3 The Art Club has been " very active this year - on campus and off. One of their projects was the Cartoon it Carnival which was enjoyed ' by all. The Clubs' poster g service has also become very ,Vg popular on the MSAC ll ig campus. ' " 1 ,ll 5 ' r i i' ' l t , 11 N . v i ART CLUB-Front Row ll. to Rl: Helen Watson, Edna Meiia, Ann Guess, Mitsi Nelson, Lola Kimbrell, Derry Hawkins, Pat Paquin, Kezia Cryar, Pat 1 Adermann. Second Row: Mr. Robert Fleck, Charles Pace, John Sovick, Ed Alexander, Russell Patterson, Ken Smith, Les Knipping, Jim Moore, Harvey Clemans, John Fleckenstein, Gene Moser, Glenn Austin. Isl l ,M ,t lf 'I is I l FOREIGN LANGUAGE-Front Row lL to Rl: Janice Gilliland, Joanne Kingshot, Donna Young, Vonna Davies, Carol Behrendt, Danna Davies, Marlene Melton, Donna Wilkinson, Mr. Berkell. Second Row: Rowena Anderson, Susan Strong, Jay Warden, Donald Whittaker, Ottis Yoder, Max Fields, George Deabill, Mel Jung, Laurie Vincent, Ron Bell, Don Halstead, Jeanette Campbell, Joanne Shirley. J .la Foreign Language The Foreign, Language Club promotes an interest in languages and customs of many different countries. Their biggest project is Los Posadas, which they present ' each year at Christmas time. lgaduteans Caduceans gives students interested in the field of medicine a chance to get to- gether. Inviting professional people to speak on subjects in the medical field is one of their activities. CADUCEANS-Front Row lL to Rl- 'Carol Graham Beverly Lane Loretta Johnson Barbara Karn ' - - ' . 1. I 1 S,AnaM H ,WdH'h.S . Douthit, Shirley Cate, Margie Matson, Bettie Sterling, Judy Gant, Joan Sweigart, Miss Marie Helslely. Thilrg Ro?::S Did?nFlgweglai-eorg?acolggal5tllY.Gm-ly Medeff JESS Kraus, Hurry Whyte, Walter Lew, Don Dreesbach, Dick Robertson. ZLAYERS-Front Row lL to Rl: Lagene Ethridge, John Parker, Marianne Krackhardt. Second Row: Pat Wolff, Darlene Coclcrell, Bonnie Theres, Sharon Cul, Lorena Lindhorst, Merta Sue Seligman, Lau Caraway, Juanita Booher, Niki Cawthon. Third Row: Ronald Cole, Norris Hundley, Ken Elder, Norman Wchlll, Charles Crummer, Dan Bieker, Jim Clifton, Rex Eckley, Jesse Peters, Miss Yeager, David Puntney. Players The Players membership consists of all drama stu- dents. Although the memhers of this organization are kept busy with the play produc- tions, they find time for several semester socials. TOASTMISTRESSES-Front Row KL To RJ: Barbara Lee Fullagor, June Pitkin, Leona Wilson, Ola Horne, Niki Cawihon. Second Row: Mrs. Turner, Arlene Spence, Loretta Lindhorsr, Arlene Sperber, Quillard Waldron, Roberta Haynes. Y Toastmasters The purpose of the Toast- masters is to give its members an opportunity to speak in public and also to receive friendly criticism of their ef- forts. The fellows in the or- ganization meet jointly with the Toastmistresses several times each semester. Ttlasimisirssses Through this extra-curric- ular organization many young women have an op- portunity to get practical experience as after-dinner speakers. The gals meet twice monthly in various areas of the college com- munity. l TOASTMASTERS-Front Row KL to RJ: John J. Parker, Ted Cook, Norris Hundley, Bud Lamaison. Second Row: Mario Maury, Dave Bellows, D6UQ Ranney, John Edwards. Third Row: Mr. Phraner, Dan Bieker, Ernie Wallace, Chuck Ferris, Roger Sharp, Ed Carlile, Mike Long. A. M. 5. This new organization got off to a tremen- dous start this year. With President Bob Schmitt as their leader, these men took care of all the ushering duties for our football and basketball games. Also, in their effort to promote men's activities on campus, they 'co- operated With the AWS in making the Anniversary Dance a big success. A.M.S.-Front Row CL to Rl: Bob Schmitt, Marlene De Witt, Mario Maury, Michael Thornton, Darrel Nehring. Second Row: Jack Hendrickson, Bob Webb, Russell Deu Pree, Bob Morse, Bill Hepp, Ed Carlile, Jack Desy. Y '4 ' ,Q A !'l,i' .,.f3 E .9-LL., , X, , ti I f Mil' x I ' Q, ky , l , U ii .gc . if-'i A .34 A . A. W. S. This group of women students are always active and hard working. They strive to help the coeds on campus become better acquainted with each other. Some of their biggest events are the Backward Dance, the Fashion Show and the Father-Daughter Banquet. A. W. S.-Front Row CL to Rl: Georgiana Fuersf, Bar- bara Lee Fullclgar, Donna Hoggan, Marlene Foshay, Janice Gilliland. Second Row: Judy Gam, Cynthia Davis, Laura Dill, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. lorio, Mrs. Stude- baker, Donna Arden Young. w x ia Nw nga? l . . 1. ffxiili "ak nfl, -,. 'J - ull, .413- ,aw Geology The Geology Club members have enjoyed several field trips during the year. 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Awww A EV 'f ff xx vfyw , , gf ,fWW fW ' Z :rw CL to Rl Grace Wafanabe, Nancy Gnzzle, Leona Wilson, Vonna Donna Davies, Morefta Farrell, Sherry Harn, Carol Naftel, Mary i X 1? 4 Q x f N V i are iggg ff f WM Front Row CL fo Rl: Janice Kees, Sharon Holm, Marilyn Parker, Mary Ann Fouls, Carol Graham. Second Row: Janice Gilliland, Carol Berry, Pa? Whalan, Margie Matson Y A right hook ends in the net, but the 0 onent ' cl SQ, Fronf Row CL to Rl- Lynne Riddle Morelfa Farrell, Carol Gerlach Marilyn Parker Mary Wilband Seca d R O h l I . , - 1 l , , . n ow: p e ia Acaraz, Ginger Tucker, Russell, Pal' Burgess, Hope Delgcdillo, Llz AQCIGUIGH. Sally High into the air goes the jump. The teams spring into action. Another fast- moving game begins. . . . . l pp lS T621 Y to FCCCIVC If JUSI IH CZISC. . will , W1-my 1- owes-114fWmzWff22fNXYW1Z5Wf+mW S4 ES.Zk'42ZSffWg,W?ZW5 i .T"'S?' vi-!f7WW,k3V f-5" ' ,Q fV' NZZZ' -RCW? l .Wk Fronr Row KL to RJ: Mary Wilbancl, Hope Russell, Pat Burgess, Lynne Riddle, Paula Delgodillo, Carol Gerlach, Ginger Tucker, Moreftu Farrell. Second Row: Ophelia Mickey. Third Row: Liz Aguiunian. Maroons. '-if TEL "" "'.'L'f . .L. ,L all an. s., -- - -,- 5- ' , , -JO"-"'E'Y?f'f"f?"' ' Pi' JV"-1 " '. E .L"!.L,',A,!"'Q .'f.' .' . :xx 1. 11- . Sai' wMfx,,,,,.. we-g , , .i N. A el-'ss'1"1ssrI--i ' T' 2' 1: mer: ' we 4 r .V ' " f :rs Aw' "' f fm l it-as si xg N 2 1 3 V we ga ve Q ' " f fw , .i : Alcuraz, Pat Mill er, S alli 1 'Q Hockey sticks swing. The ball speeds across the field. Another goal for the A mighty left swing ends in a strike. Teammates Wait their turn nt bat. if: W , 6.2 1 '1-f.f.sx..l- -2F',,. r i ,,., 7 K I -Q.. 'sw W Wi WE PLAYED TO WIN, AND WIN WE DID! With but one loss to mar a perfect record the Mountaineers ground out a successful football SCHSOII. Retiring Coach Iohn Arrambide mentored a 10 win, 1 loss season. MSAC Varsity t....... C ,,-,., . MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC THE RECORD 20 Ventura ,.,.. 26 Alumni ...,... 40 51 East Arizona ..,. 40 ' ' Riverside .,,...,,,,., ,si,, 'l9 San Bernardino 34 Orange Coast ...... ,,.., 40 Santa Ana ....... .,... U Fullerton ,..... 34 Clmffey ,,,,, Weber ............. ..,,, PUUTBAL FOOTBALL TEAM-Front Row KL to Rl: John Lcster, Gil Lopez, Louie Diaz, Bob Blefcher fCcpl.J, Marlon Holland, Dick Morris, Andrew Russo, Bob Guzman. Second Row: LeRoy Weaver, Ray lnfantina, Tam Deighan, Bob Hollingsworth, Ron Weinhold, Lee Benusko, Bill Adkins, LeRoy Heilrnan. Third Row: Paul Cawlhon, Mike Domingo, Mike Page, Bob Grover, Ned Belding, Dave Townsend, Robert Carreiro, Avery Hinds, Doug Day, Dick McAdarn, Fourfh Row: Don Voughf, Jim Delghan, Sian Kupferer, Jlm Marlin, Earnest Smifh. Fifth Row: Jerr Ortiz, Dick Shepard, Dan Dioses, Larry Dishan, Bob Runnels, Don Luckham, James Sullivan. Sixth Row: Roger Tremblay, Larry Knighl, Ralph Porch, Cecil Alfen, Benny Bua, Steve Hanifar, Lawrence "Buzz" Bcmoll iassisicn! caachj. Sevenlh Row: John Lortz, Pat McGee, John Arrombide lhead coachl. Don Cawtlxon Benny Hua Avery Hinds Ralph Porch LeRoy Weaver Iohn Laster lim DCigl1?lU LeRoy Heirman Tom Deighan Dean Mattison Dick MCAClflmS Dan Di0SCS Paul Grover Bob Guzman Ierry Ortiz Dick Morris Ken Finch lim Sullivan Lee Benuska Laffy Dighon Mike Page Cecil Allen M211'lHl'l HOllanCl Louie Diaz Mike Domingo f '94 X5 ll ' Z it W ',i...,., ,Z ' 5 . f 1 048 , ff r f A a'WWf,, ff' ,, Bob Bletehcr Doug Day Gil Lopez Bob Voight Bob Runnels Not Pictured-Robert Carreiro, Earnest Smith, Ron Greer, Dick Shepard, Boyd Bell, and Iohn Lortz Larry Knight Bill Adkins Bob Hollingsworth Ned Belding Steve Hanifan .iv- 4 - ----""" Amly Russo Ray lnfantino Roger Tremblay Drive 'l'ownst-ml Ron Wi-i nlmlil 4 i ra Z, 8 4,15-L' Q , Z4 if IF E Y mmmm N9 H9 W3 E3 W QQ iff' W 5 E ' ,1 Mx ' ZW 59 A W,,g!hg W V253 - wa ' ' m7',.,1..-,. Y 1 ri V' 4 x ima, X f V : , 1' 5 If Q 5 ,, , . ' ,fpmfaffi ef. - 15 Wi . R I . L? 1 fl 'ef x 1 ' v ,y r ' ,' ve- ' ' .1-fl' X Q up ' -- '. , -fi-1., rv 1-1 W. ' uw Y ,F-. ..,,.L,qi9v0l .M kb, . -4 'S --s. ,ig . . W i A. " XG I ff x 3 li .. 5 Q f - uf ' JQXZX Co'1ch Pete Provost j!4"7l X W' Xiu A iff in! fig . Aj, CLWMJ iam ,ff WMM QQCWA jfigv' L' ,Qyfji TL JM BASKETBALL TEAM ..,.......,, .... S B BASKETBALL TEAM-Fronf Row KL to RJ: John Parker, Hector Quezcxdcz, Dove Pierce CCapt.J, Chuck Nichols, Bob Guzman, Tom Wolford. Second Row: Garry Herbert KMgr.J, Coach Pefe Provosi, Bob Bletcher, Jerry Blueihmcm, Joe Devin, Louis Osuna, Chuck Massey fMgr.J. Not pictured c1re:.DLw-a-We.Y.QF, Mike McKay, Jim Daech, Don Cromer. Growing stronger with every game the Mountaineer basketball team, led by Captain Chuck Nichols, won all but one of its last 12 games. RESULTS MSAC .,.,,,.e ..,.,, 5 7 Whittier Frosh ....,.. ...... 4 0 MSAC .,,.,.,, ,,,,,, 6 7 Long Beach I C ...,. .... - . 64 MSAC Citrus I C .......... A..... MSAC Ventura C C ..,...A ....-. MSAC Pasadena C C .,..... ...... MSAC ....,... ...... B akersfield ...... MSAC C S U ......, MSAC ..,.,... ,...., G lendale ..,..., MSAC ........ ....,. H arbor ,.... MSAC .....,,. .,.,,. MSAC ........ ...,., MSAC ........ .,,,,. Phoenix ,,..... Phoenix ....... Glendale ....,. MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC MSAC ...,,... MSAC ......., ...,.. MSAC ,. Fullerton ....,. Chaffey .... Riverside ...,........, ..... San Bernardino ...... ..... Santa Ana ......,,. Citrus I C .,....,.,..... rr..,. Pepperdine Frosh Orange Coast ..,...,.,. ..... Fullerton .,,,r, Chaffey ,,,,..r Riverside San Bernardino . Santa Ann .. , U. S. C. Frosli Ventura ,,.,,, Orange Const 72 57 66 57 56 53 58 56 65 63 5.3 58 55 75 69 60 SWIMMI G Placing third in the Eastern Conference, the MSAC swimmers continued to close the gap between them selves and the conference power houses, finishing higher than ever before. SWIM TEAM lLef1 to Righil Row 1: Joe Clements fMgr.J, Row 2: George Guth, Dick Easley, Chuck Fishburne, Walter Lew, Ed Alexander, Don Cuwfhon, John Cummings. Row 3: Teuver Campbell, Kyle Lawton, Tom Avila, .lim Mills, Don Klclif, Paul Merrigun. , ,ffM?1SW1W?' W 4W 6 Z i 'MKII ' ' WATER PULU at g I . w ,y-. 'sift cpl . Q - . C . 'V ' 1' " 7 . .zo V . . 1Q,L, -T" ' ..Cf"' A ,tw S im: i 'E -1 Q f " h 'U' " 1. 'L N 5 9 t oii .- 'I -2. N J ff, . 4 ' 0 G : 7 G .1 X , 1 ' -Q f 1 1 ' NX sq XXEJ Mlm 4 WATER POLO Cleft to Righfl Row 'l: Ronald Soares, Dick Easley, Bob Martin, Dave Costello, Jim Reno, Paul Merrigan, Mike Merrigan, Don Klart, George Guth, Tom Ray Edwards, Jim Mills, Ed Alexander, Steve Kundrath, Duane Gray. t E X 11,5 2 A wfffw V - t ,ff - i , 4 z t if SWIM TEAM AND WATER POLO COACH IOHN STONEBRAKER gf, ., ,L .T Avila, Water Polo became an official varsity sport for the first time this year and Coach Iohn Stonebraker tutored the team to its first wins in varsity competition. -fi .-L9-H1-"-gg, , I " +1 2 A. 4' A ,-'QR " ' tit 2 +3 ,,,'. :"" 'rf' -'tanl , .W - . "ww ,A ft. . ,. . s.-wr., . .J -i,. , .. I t ., ' ,'.'-- DIGEST-Q.,-el' " -. "fr Q, m...w.-4' L - ---snr, V - '11, .,,... ,emu V 0 . I X .. M , 4,4 4' , 7 1 Tx , ,, ,A -,. I I. 3-.gf .- nf-',':s LAI?"- . 'L .gf , ,fi -1, ' . 05 QF -41" C..-i" WHESTLI E Marlo Maury Avery Hinds Under the fine coaching of Coach Archie Nesbit the much improved Mountie matmen cap- tured second place behind El Camino in the Southern Cali- fornia IC tournament. Carl Loos was the only Mountie champion winning the 147 pound division. Iim Stark, Myron Bronuberg, and Bob Voight each placed sec- ond while Mario Maury, Avery Hinds, and Iim Martin placed third and Ernie Delgadillo, Bob Bruce, and Ahiu Rodriquez each placed fourth to total 77 points. Season Scores MSAC 12 LACC 30 MSAC 30 Chaffey 10 MSAC 15 El Camino 30 MSAC 26 San Diego 15 MSAC 23 LACC 18 MSAC 2 Camp Pendleton 30 MSAC 13 UCLA 26 MSAC 35 Chaffey 10 Carl Loose .lim Stork, Myron Bromberg, Bob Voight sm Y 1 Q crtc , Hurry Adcrms, Abiu Rodriguez, Ted Maid if lf! W XASESH E , T NS As the season opened Coach Welsch predicted a tough schedule. In the first match of the conference Orange Coast was defeated by a score of 7-2. The next match proved to he a repeat of the first with MSAC Winning over River- side 5-4. The two following matches were lost to Fullerton and chaffey. Due to the press deadline a final season result is not available, but even so a record of three Wins and three losses is expected, which will tie last years mark. Cartwright o ' QFTQ v av . L Q X i .. ' - 5 ' ' Q f 5 ' ' o ' x v . , 9 J . o , f ' ' 4 2 ' Q . , o A . p , ' . I o Q 'E p g o n rram I e ary e er on Cook Tom Cunningham, LeRoy Weaver, Raoul Cervantes Jim OMiela and Gary Herberr manager Boitom Row Tom McCaxg Ron Lackowskl .lm Sullivan Jim Jefferson, Dave Carmona, Dick Morris, Dan Dioses Bob Guzman and Ron Gibson B SEB LL EHUL E MSAC FULLERTON 0 MSAC SAN BERNARDINO I MSAC CI-IAFFEY II MSAC RIVERSIDE 0 MSAC SANTA ANA 2 MSAC ORANGE COAST 5 MSAC SANTA ANA 7 MSAC CI-IAFFEY 3 V MSAC FULLERTON 4 MSAC SAN BERNARDINO 2 MSAC RIVERSIDE 3 Y Talking if over. fl.-RJ Ron Lackowski, Jim Sullivan Jim O'Miela, Jim Jeffer- son Tom Cunningham. Under Coach Tohn Arrambide the M.S.A.C. baseball club chalked up a good pre-season record. The pitching was well handled by Tom,McCaig, lim O'Meila, Ron Gibson, Raoul Cer- vantes and Paul Grover. Our hitting staff looked good also and before the season was over better than ten players were batting above 275, with the school record threatened by Iim Sullivan who needed only three out of four hits in the final game to break the school record of .452. In actual conference play, it was clear that the MSAC squad was aiming for the Southern Conference Championship, and even clearer when the season win-loss record was compiled just before the final game with Orange Coast. The Mountaineers to date had vvon over Fuller- ton, San Bernardino, Chaffey, Riverside, and Santa Ana, losing only to Orange Coast. This gave Mt. Sac a season record of ll wins and l loss, with the final and deciding game with Orange Coast yet to be played. Ron Lackowski Don Cook ll! 1 ,JW Raoul Cervantes Chuck Cloes Gary Medef LeRoy Heitman lim O'Mie1a Bob Guzman Tom McCa1g Tom Cunningham Tim Tefferson Sonihorn Ealiiornia Junior Eollaoa Cross Eonnir Champions CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Kneeling IL to RJ: Bruce Ungles, Floyd Bennett, Woyne Ropsovage, Dove Foltz, and John Tessier. Standing: Ken Busby, Jim Holk, Bob Jordon, Lorry Word, Vic Borris, Bob McGuire, Bob Von Luchene, Ron Hopkins, and Couch Hilmer Lodge. "The greatest cross country team in MSAC history." This is the title that must be put on the 1955 Mountie squad that' Won four major team championships and didn't lose a dual meet all season. Led by Larry Wa1'd, Wayne Rapsavage, and Bob McGuire, the Maroon and Wliite runners won our own Mt. San Antonio College Invitational, the Aztec Invi- tational in San Diego, the Eastern Conference Meet, and scored 47 points to win the "big" one-the So. Calif. I.C. Cross Country Meet. The brilliant Ward clicln't lose a race all season as he set a new Mountie course record of 13m 56s and won the Southern Cal in record time. lohn Tessier, Floyd Bennett, Bob Van Luchene, Bob Iorclan, Vic Harris, lim Holk, and Dave Foltz also con- tributed valuable points to tlie' Mountie cause. The team warms up. Lorry Ward, individual champion of Eastern Conference ond Southern California Junior College Cross Country Meets. MSAC 25 17 18 15 Z6 23 15 54 32 26 47 Meet Scores Long Beach 35 Compton 46 Glendale . 45 Chaffey 50 fFour way meetj Santa Ana 32 Orange Coast 91 San Bernardino 99 Chaffey 109 Santa Ana 32 Orange Coast 50 First in Mt, San Antonio College Invitational Cross Country Meet First in San Diego Aztec Invitational Cross Country Meet First in Eastern Conference Cross Country Meet First in So. Calif. 1. C. Cross Country Meet , +4 ' n ' S EASTER EU EERE EE I 4 ! Wm WWW I ' -M 1 iw ' E f .. f , TH EEANU EIELU EHAMPIU S I E 1 S W I Q S S E S X S S X A I I if W ive 1 xy MW rm..,..fiS:ze4 W xef Coach Hilmer Lodge fright and Assistant Coach T10 ,M T Buzz Bemoll NATIONAL IUNIOR COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS HELD BY MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE Distance Medley Relay-10m14.95: Mike Cummins C440-48.1Jg Larry Ward 1880-l,m58jg Bob Van Luchenc H320-3m10.9Jg Bob McGuire QMile-4ml8j. 480 Yard Shuttle Hurdles-56.6s.-fMickey Machamer, Cecil Allen, Harry Avant, Dave Sommersj 119561 TRACK TEAM-First Row KL to Rl: Bob Van Luchene, Mike Cummins, Dan Frey, Bruce Ungles, Don Brownell, Don Davisson, Dave Foltz, Don Romano, Bob Erickson, Gary Vallette, Olin Ruff, Selmo Salce, Harry Avant, George Mihailoff. Second Row: Vic Burris, Mickey Machamer, Ken Busby, John Tessier, John Laster,VMartin Cooper, Chuck Pace, Hurry Empey, Denny Woy, Glenn Austin, Ted Piatt, Don Sawyer, Jim Kelley, Woyne Rapsavage, James Thompson. Third Row: Manager Bob Martin, Al Peterson, Dave Sommers, Jim Pryde, Tom Herrington, Mike Page, Dick Voiles, Dove Bennett, Bob Jordon, Ron Hopkins, Cecil Allen, Bob Voight, Gil Lopez, Louis Osuma, Dale Colby, Buddy Calbreath, Ernie Wallace, Bob McGuire, Larry Ward, Manager Dick Dewberry. Missing ore: Floyd Bennett, Jim Vaught, Paul Alvorron, Jerry Bluethman. jill ,W e Rig, rw: . Larry Ward-Mile 4m. 295.5 Two Mile 9m. 44.95. The powerful MSAC cindermen, al- though plagued by some key injuries, con- tinued to uphold the tradition of out- standing track teams that has been the rule here in past years. This year's team, boasting an undefeated dual meet cam- paign, may have been even stronger than last year's iimost powerful in school his- toryn team. In addition to winning every dual meet, which guaranteed the Mounties the East- ern Conference track crown, Coach Hil- mer Lodge's runners scored 112W points to win the Conference finals and took a second to Compton in the So. Calif. I.C. Championships. The season was highlighted by a dual meet win over Compton and wins over the Prosh squads from Occidental, UCLA, and SC. Performance wise, the outstand- ing mark was the new National I.C. shut- tle hurdle record of 56.6s., set by the Mountie team of Mickey Machamer, Cecil Allen, Harry Avant, and Dave Sommers. Much credit goes to Coach Lodge, whose superior training techniques and winning spirit have made the MSAC track and cross-country teams what they are. SPIHESTEHS Gary Valletie-High Jump it j as ,TS I ,, ,,,--X-h I jl YB 1 , I YN ' Cfo if N4' j X dig A L, Q X "1 Z X, LK-75 f Al Peterson-Broad .lump 23 ff 65f3 in X?-EX I ll if ff kt Q l f K-fx Dave Sommers-120 yard High Hurdles 14.7s.p - X 220 vard Low Hurdles 23.8s.g Pole Vault 13 Mickey Machumer-220 yard Low Hurdles ' H. W in.: Javelin 177 ft. 6V2 in. 23.35. 6 ft. 2 ih Bob Vbighf-Shot Put 46 ft. 7 in.: Discus 138 ft. 1151 in. Wayne Rapsavage-880 yards lm. Bob McGuire-880 yards 1m. 56.954 Mile 4m. 26.15. 58.554 Mile 4m. 24.154 Two Mile 9m. 49.75. r Qfg ml i N w -ax in til ffbjix 0 Xxl Dick Voiles-Javelin 187 ff. 6 in4 Discus 129 ff. Nia: MILE RELAY TEAM Vic Barris-440 yards 49.354 880 yards 1m. 58.45. John Lasfer-440 yards 50s. Mike Cummins- 100 yards 9.954 220 yards 2.l.7S.j 440 yards 47.65. Cecil Allen-120 yard High Hurdles 14.554 220 yard Low Hurdles 23.954 440 yard Hurdles 53.454 440 yards 48.65. Dan Frey-220 yards 21.254 440 yards 48.65. ,,....... ......,... MSAC 80 59 6392 IOZW 88 119 3795 69215 107 9934 112W 69 V2 Tom Herrington-Pole Vauli' 13 ff. 2 in. vfthree way mectj Occidental Frosh L.A. Valley Camp Pendleton fre- lay rneetj First, I.C. Divi- sion I of SPA AAU Meet Compton Fullerton UCLA Frosh Cthree Way meetj San Bernardino Chaffey Second, LC. divi- sion of Santa Bar- bara Easter Relays Second, So. Calif. Iunior College Relays fthree way meet, Santa Ana Orange Coast USC Frosh First, Eastern Con- ference Championships Second, All- So. Calif. I.C. Track Champion- ships 45 29 58 58M 22M 43 22 21 36 I7 3116 is Harry Avant-100 yards 9.9s4 220 yard Low Hurdles 23.6s. - . s . f ' ' f .A , Lg.-. , , W in iw is . . xi 315.44 az ,ffnf ,mf 'nz " ff... 1 I I 4 x CLef1 to rightl: Harvey Clemons, Gordon Bray, Nick Monsour, Dru Pickup, AI Peterson, Don Cefuloni GULF Under Coach Ed Martin the golf squad shaped up nicely this year. With only two re- turning lettermen, Nick Monsour and Harvey Clemans, there was a lack of valuable experience. But Whatever lacked in experience was more than made up in enthusiasm. 'SKY Mr Edwin Martin, golf couch, gives a few pointers to letiermon Harvey Clemons. UH EEUHGE H. BELL ljnuntling President, Mi. Sen Antonin College On the left Dr. Bell is pictured in 1947 as he examines the foundation of the first new building being constructed on campus. Below is a recent shot of Dr. Bell, plans in hand, standing before the new wing of the administration building. At bottom right Dr. Bell is pictured in his office checking the architect's conception of one of the projected buildings. DR. BELL RETIRESQ GUIDED MSAC TEN YEARS: 1946-56 by Lucille Lander A tall man quietly closed the door of the presiclent's home on the Mt. San Antonio College campus. He walked a few hundred yards to the Administration Building, carefully observing progress on the new Music-Speech Arts Building going up to the west. Then Dr. George H. Bell smiled as he greeted his administrative staff gathering in the president's oflice for a conference. If they met to consider plans for a new building, it might well be a typical meeting, for in ten years as the president of MSAC, Dr. Bell's career has been vitally concerned with many kinds of campus construction. Dr. Bell's tenure here has covered the building of the physical 'plant of the college and the hiring and organizing of a well- functioning faculty and an efficient admin- istrative staff. In the ten years of the school's life, its able and competent president has supervised MSAC's growth from a small num- ber of buildings and a few hundred students to the large, well-organized and smoothly- running junior college of 200 teachers and 5,000 students today. Dr. Bell's staff and faculty term him a kindly man who is fair and impartial in all his dealings. He has great ability and a vast amount of detailed and highly relevant in- formation at his fingertips at all times. Now, at the end of forty-three years in the Field of education, Dr. Bell has tendered his resignation, his retirement to become effective on Iune 30, 1956. Receiving his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, he earned his Ed.D. at the University of South- ern California at Los Angeles and went on to do additional work at the Graduate School of Claremont Colleges. At the beginning of his forty-three years in education he was a teacher at Escondido High School. He then became a teacher and vice- principal at Monrovia High School, principal at Antelope Valley High School at Lancaster and Downey High School, Dean of Citrus Ir. College, Azusa and Superintendent of Bonita Union High School, La Verne. Dr. Bell plans to stay on at MSAC in an advisory capacity until the building program is completed about September 1. After that the Bells plan to do some long-desired travelling, starting possibly with a trip to Hawaii. Some deep-sea fishing is also on the agenda as well as some fresh-water Fishing in company with small grandsons. For this respected and admired college presi- clcnt we predict a retirement filled with deep and satisfying experiences as he travels, goes fishing and pursues another hobby of doing research. VVC may bc sure Dr. Bell will continue to watch the school's nrorrrcss and. servimr ns SEPTEMBER - FAIR An E eniiul SEPTEMBER . . . back to school . . . county fair days . . . hello dance . . . feudin days . . . alumni football game and dance . . . OCTOBER . . . lancers assembly . . . goinative dance . . . green valley play . . . inter-club council . . . NOVEMBER . . . homecoming game and dance . . . fullerton Cgroany game . . . thanksgiving holiday . . . yearbook staff begins . . . DECEMBER . . . las posadas . . . christmas formal . . . pygmalion . . . basketball season gets under way . . . christmas vacation . . . JANUARY . . . tenth amiiversary ball . . . sports banquet . . . stan midgely convocation . . . final exam time . . . 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