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Panther-Burger de Luxe A GET-ACQUAINTED get-together for new and former students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College—Friday afternoon of the first week of classes—featured the “Wel¬ come” theme. With the benefit of Daylight Savings Time and Injun Summer, the community of scholars took a page from Eastern college tradition and enjoyed a relaxed picnic outing on the campus greens to successfully inaugurate the Spirit of ’66. DEAN JACK MAUGER, hard-working director of stu¬ dent activities, poses with some student leaders as part of the pre-picnic propaganda. During the all-campus affair, many faculty members served as cooks, broiling Panther- burgers to varying degrees of delectability.
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SYNONYMOUS — Max BernhofT and philosopliy go together for hundreds of ex¬ students. CHAIRMAN of the Divi¬ sion of Language and Lit¬ erature. Isadore Brosin came to see in 1936. OLD GUARD—Dick Pier MENTOl AN INFRARED photograph of the Auditorium reveals the build¬ ing’s age by the size of the two palm trees at the right. Built in 1936 at a cost of $221,000, the structure includes a theatre seating 1400 persons, and classrooms for art and music. The interior now needs refurbishing and has acoustical problems. t Presidents of SCC ucci, now Panther grid Day, in his 37th SCO year, coach, was a “Watch is revered as a great teacher Charm” guard on the 1948 of science, eleven. HISTORIAN—The young history in¬ structor, A1 Rodda, out of Stanford University in 1948, now is newly re¬ elected State Senator, author of count¬ less laws on education. The popular teacher recently received leave until 1968 from the Board of Trustees so that he can serve as a full-time legis¬ lator. PRES. J. Paul Mohr 1949-1956. During his regime, SCC was un¬ der the City Unified School Sys¬ tem. One of the new science buildings bears his name. ACTING Pres. Peter W. Knoles 1964-65. In 1931 he came to City College as a social science instruc¬ tor. Now he is Assistant Supt. of the Los Rios JC District.
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AMID PREDICTIONS of a burgeoning student enroll¬ ment, City College fell back about 3 per cent from pro¬ jections at the beginning of this semester. Explanations from official sources were two-fold: an in¬ creased military draft call for the Viet Nam emergency, and a brightening locally of the employment scene for high school graduates. Nationally, initial freshmen enrollment dropped a 0.9 per cent since 1965 in 1,095 accredited colleges, according to a recent survey. The dropoff is attributed to the low birth rate in 1948 and to the military draft. An initial fall semester enrollment of 5853 full-time students at SCC proved to be a surprise downturn in the face of a 6100-plus collegian prognosis by Los Rios JC district officials and SCC President Harold H. Stephen¬ son. And, according to Dean of Student Personnel Sam Kipp, about 13 per cent of those who matriculated dropped out before this publication slipped from the presses. Despite increased numbers all around (including 34 new instructors), the academic work of the new term proceeded inexorably—with some seven o’clock classes, for the first time in fifty years. College Forecast Flouted City Enrollment Drops
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