Santa Monica College - Spin Drift Yearbook (Santa Monica, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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I E ER ' t This is the time for a hit of melaneholy . . . let's reminisee over the past year. We re- eall our aehievements . . . the tlay we re- H memherecl the name of the worlcll greatest 'I i novel . . . and our failures . . . the clay we t forgot the meaning of H,O. The happy X moments far overshadow the sad and we 1 feel a certain warmth as we review the aetivities of the past year. l X . 3 ihi 3 1: - XYt'm'l'ivez1t the ezimpus and lincl parking quite ll problem after all . . . 5. X VT' Q. 31-ff-s X M 2 if . Nm lllll ff"P'i7 . H I 2' e- is no lmu1'1'iv1'ln mlucatiun. 'Xny time is the right xole-runs. mul t'U'll f2,'l'dIl1lIlkll'ffI1l5 vnroll and take p nr! in the' In-1-fir lltillfb 111-xulrcl to llI'l'bgl'ilIll sched- uling. 1'e'gi5lrulin11, Ill plmlns . . . LlIllldb1'il"fl'llH,Pt' lm-41k.'I'luiN i- llvllu XX e-ek . . . a lime- fu1'1-nI1x'ix'ial- llx. fl'lQ'IlfHllIt'-N . . . anal hlll'l'It'1l lllUYt'Illl'IllS but ' 11 1- lu we-k kllmvlwlgcf. High school gramluates, For Some 'ffomecoming' -- i N940 thc cxcitcmcnl uf Hello Wvck lcvcls off as lectures 14 Q 3 1 For 0f!1ers 'Hello ' - - Week! dag may 'In-J begin and instructors make homework assignments . . 15 -1 .ygmv si.: A X NZ 6 All faculty f4dmim3'frafion DR. WADE F. THOMAS President ----""""" ' W, r'-,,,,,,...-1-vv-X-""""n'i" T Sf fri IM l in 11 DIRECTORS' CONFERENCE-The top administrative officers discuss a college I matter. They are Dr. Morford L. Riddick, director, General Division, Dr. Wade F. Thomas, president of City College, Dr. Emil O. Toews, director, Vocational A Division, Elmer M. Krelwbiel, director, Adult Division. l DR. MORFORD L. RIDDICK Director DR. EMIL O. TOEWS Director of Vocotionol Division ELMER M. KREHBIEL Director of Adult Division DR. RUSSEL L. LEWIS Deon of Admissions ond Guidance EDWARD T. RUENITZ Deon of Student Personnel CLARA C. BRIAN Deon of Student Activities FRED J. BRIERLEY Coordinator, Vocational Division ROBERT S. FITZGERALD Assistant Director, Vocational Division CLEO E. KELLEY Registrar LYNN V. JOHNSON Coordinator Vocational Division 21 ' 41 at 'fi L ANALYZING PSYCHOLOGY-Dr. .' A " in Rulon Smith explains methods of ,.., V psychology to Kenneth Beard, ' X . Peter Bentler, Kathleen Kelley, ' lb' i x and Suzanne Hobbs. L l Q, S 1 LOVINCY J. ADAMS OLIVER V. ANDERSON CARL T. ANGEL Mathematics Industrial Electricity Machine Shop 'E ROBERT L. ARMACOST ANNA AROCHA CLYDE O. BACHMAN MARGARET BAIRD Biological Science Modern Languages Auto Mechanics Commerce Us 4:-' 55.5 wk 157' BEN A. BARNARD DR. HARRY L. BAUER CHARLES E. BLACK DONALD F. BLEMKER Social Studies Biological Science Auto Mechanics Men's Physical Education v 'xx yan' 1... . DR. ROY G. BOSE JOHN E. BOWLES FRANK W. BREEN Philosophy, Psychology Engineering Assistant Librarian EVAN B. BROCKETT J. STANLEY BRODE HILLIS M. BROWN ANNA CALLOWAY Music Biological Science Radio, TV Women's Physical Education 23 1il-f-.AA----- ' -1-2-. "-- ' f' " mf" ' ""' 'E 1 JUANITA E. CARTER DR. MARY F. CARTER DR. HENRY G. CLEAVELAND Commerce Social Studies Health, Physical Education 'J"" OPTICS IN THE SPOTLIGHT- Robert Basher, Robert Gustetter, and Gerald W. Hilbert, instructor, discuss problems in optics. R, WALTER R. COPE JAMES K. COSSMANN EDWIN R. COULSON SANGER W. CRUMPACKER Languages, Mathematics Hygiene, First Aid English Men's Physical Education .sl ARNOLD K. DOTY BEVERLY E. FISHER PEARL M. FOLLMER EDWARD M. FRANZ Carpentry English Piano, Organ Mathematics A LESTER M. FRINK JAMES B. FUGLE THOMAS V. FULLER PEGGY G. GERRY Modern Languages, History Mathematics, Astronomy English Modern Languages DR. DANIEL F. GRAHAM CHARLES B. GREEN J. ROBERT HALL SHELDON M. HAYDEN English Social Studies, Counseling Wood Patternmaking Speech 25 vii-'-f f--- --Y -- f z- '-- -- - ' ' ' W" lf' F -T '13-,L - X X 'T' 1 5' RH I I. 4 MARTHA M. HELLNER 1 I 5 X Women's Physical Education GEOLOGY SPECIMEN-Seymour Schart, W. R. B. Osterholt, geology instructor, and Kay Crompton determine a rock's origin. DELTA B. HILBERT GERALD W. HILBERT LAWRENCE S. HORN JOHN L. HUGHES Nurse Physics Social Studies Social Studies 452 sa " wg "" 3 E ROBERT L. INDVIK ROVENA F. JACOBSON B. THORVALD JOHNSON WILLIAM W. JONES Chemistry Dressmaking Commerce English 26 MICHAEL H. JORDAlN JOHN J. JOSEPH JUNE B. KETCHAM NORMAN E. KILE Modern Languages Men's Physical Education Cosmetology Auto Mechanics -'x ,, 'Z .b A-, - .. ., .." ' af . it 1 GUY R. KING ARNOLD L. LAZARUS CHARLES A. LEE SYDONIA LEVOY Refrigeration English Geology, Mathematics Apparel Design MM MURRAY R. LEWIS Distributive Education SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE - Harvey Cohn intently peers through cu binocular microscope at slide of clam and plankton. l 8-S .:',i -L? ...ai MARGARET T. LINVILLE WILLIAM S. LOCKWOOD WAVA MCCULLOUGH English Chemistry Advertising Art I I i sl 'i ii 'EP' RAYMOND J. MCDONALD Food Trades 1 1. in L-, 5 T 'uf R' 'int' ROY W. McHENRY DAVID M. MCNEIL ARTHUR E. MARSHBURN Physics Men's Physical Education Math, Engineering ,,,,:i'fyggf'.f ' fu , 1 3, 1 -. 5 . fix 'bf N, V' , I A l GLENN C. MARTIN CARL MERRITT ELMER MOORE Psychology, Counseling Men's Physical Education Related Subjects ARCHIE M. MORRISON Social Studies l i l l 'Slums- l W CARL K. MULLENEAUX ALVIE M. NATVIG NORMA G. NYQUIST Physical Education Commerce Assistant Librarian W 40' .. A . . 'Q Q? , ,li-A Q 1 E ' HQMQ, J Xl L lx I JAMES P. O'NEILL WILLIAM R. B. OSTERHOLT GENE N. OWEN SALVADORE D. PAEZ Welding Geology, Geography Theafer Arts, Radio Modern Languages .l 'X HILDA L. PENROSE ROY C. PIERCE GEORGE M. PRIDE Modern Languages Radio, TV Biological Science "5'f...f,- 63... G- 5..- RUSSELL R. REUKEMA DR. PAUL E. RICHARDS DR. DALE B. RIDE STANLEY D. ROLLIN English IOn Leavel Social Studies, Counseling Ari 30 A594534 ., ' I " DARRELL D. ROSE GUY M. ROSE JOHN F. SHAY MAX N. SILVERNALE Electronics Mathematics Drafting Biological Science . '4- ih. . 2 L , 'Y 'fg'1ig1? BOTANICAL HARVEST-Bob any instructor, Robert L. y ga gf 1 ,awe Armacost, discusses with Eu- : gene Domeno, Karyn Lentz, A Antoinnette Plummer, and 'AFX ' . . . - ' Y William Kidd how to care tor plant life. DR. RULON SMITH MAX C. SPECHT EDITH G. SPERRY ROLF E. STUMLEY Social Studies, Psychology Photography Librarian Chemistry .X MARY JEAN SUTCLIFFE WILLIAM J. THACKER MAXINE S. TURNER Theater Arts, Speech Commerce Power Sewing I ' 1 N L-M h .. Z I' r Pf C I I rt' P, 1 SQXQ ,X we r W. IIA if sr-, is ., E I. f A ""' A DR. F. ANTHONY VIGGIANO 'I A Music .I fl i'+-j dbibv Z1 :lx MAIL CALL - Glenn C. Martin, Russel L. Lewis look for latest boxes. FLORENCE J. VLACH Journalism, Publications Miss Dorothy Weiss, and Dr. delivery at the faculty mail JEREMY P. WARD Biology, Chemistry 'LQX'-,'.g , gf j,-fi jg 522 A ' 'A i :. .9 DR. CLIVE M. WARNER Social Studies I I I .lug aP""" I III ' I SETH R. WARNER DR. W. FELIX WERNER RICHARD J. WHITE Social Studies Mathematics Mathematics I, . Q --F.. 5 5 ET'?5ff I I 5,7 mi vrvu Z V I yi : I? I : I ' "aa E I I - Ri E - I -- . - f-- f - ..- ,- I I VERN F. WIDDUP Tool and Die Engraving IN THE PINK - Health problems are discussed by Nurse Delta B. Hilbert, Sondra Grau, Dr. Lloyd H. Thee, Jr., and Secretary Charlotte F. Froehlich. 105 DR. LAWRENCE E. WILKINS ROBERT J. WILKINSON BERTHA J. WILSON Chemistry Printing Dressmaking, Millinery 33 'alt ROBERT M. WILSON W. HOWARD WILSON DR. JAMES M. WOOD I I 1 Counseling Art Social Studies ROBERT P. WOODS JENETTE S. WRAY DR. GARRETT A. WYNKOOP Mathematics, Engineering Cosmetology Social Studies CURTIS L. YOUEL ROBERT F. ZACHMAN MARJORIE S. ZAHNLE Men's Physical Education Music Women's Physical Education 34 I f-'x H'--11 Lil ' :::r -JG ,TQ + , if-u '- f I 'F I STUDENT STORE PERSONNEL, VOCATIONAI. DIVISION- 5? Fred Bartz, Catherine Heina. I Hx-lunsllw-r l i. ix- .,I'......., 4? .---"4 ,W J: ,,. I OFFICE PERSONNEL, GENERAL DIVISION-Seated: Dorothy E. Weiss, Robin Gehr, Thelma Caldwell. ' Standing: Beverly A. Meseure, Edith Wulfestieg, Margaret Plummer, Irene Brown, Ellen Grotf. I I I I J I OFFICE PERSONNEL, VOCATIONAI. DIVISION- I Seated: Shirley Bernstein, Celia Meiia, Carolyn I Glasser. Standing: Olive Burt, Dorothy March- 4 ment. I I I . 1 LIBRARY STAFF- Lillian Agnew, Esther Castberg SP X' 's X5 ,J I in BOOK STORE PERSONNEL CGEN- 'L' am, ERAL DIVISIOND--Front Row: Pa- tricia Elliot, Mae Bauer, Winifred Lewis. Second Row: James Bow- A ers, manager, Louise Erickson. . lgfil P t .q' f' X? Q' 5 in 1 ' I ll v- 'L 4 tl 'Q r?-:'.:".'.'- ,. Q , -.-S' A 4c"':'.p' 0.9 ' 'c' 1.1.5 ' S W ,,lp,'vh,9f, o',i 4. , n I L. ' b'a,'nlhl.t'.n'.a3. Q 4 Q' 'X aj 1- A A the l',,Q, , E' in is CUSTODIANS-Front Row: Gerrit Buy- 'fi - , - ert Tracie Lun ershausen Alf d pl- f' I I g 1 re N E Marker, head custodian, Floyd Hood, , ,ggi -. f Lon Landrum. Second Row: Harold X fx - Gaylor, Calven Ford, Muriel Ford, 94 Q ' 4 ' . 77'-5'-' Everett Farrell. Third Row: Joseph A ' 4. on f Y - ' Rogers, Eorl Joslyn, Claude Hardin. 1 gh tj ' ,l, L ' I .4-n...a .Z a 3, GARDENERS-Marvin Rothschild, John Fell, Al Runyan, head gardener, Thomas Wilding, Tino Martinez. 36 i .f' fish fi-if I N l , . l FOUNTAIN STAFF- Mary Henley, Marian Pickering, Elsie Ohlrogge, Nita Spencer, Mattie Pruitt, June Darland, Reuben Ekse, Howard Moseley, Eddy Hackett, Harry Bull, manager. 9 .NW few J 1 3 'im U GET THEM WHILE THEY'RE HOT!-Marjorie Green- leaf is serving one of the thousands of hotdogs hungry Corsairs consume each week. 37 , .,, m-. W f c.. V f , 'lf .N ., ,,4..wH?- o if ig- -I- s x Classrooms r O V 4 -Q 'M T ' fi t f"I"TfN'1'kT2 gms ss3'Y53 iWgSi5x1gxQ- mimi ,, ..,., A ,vw 3 . :A 91311 fp gut A J - Ai 4 Pg . I """"-'--1n1-r- , H -'1.-41. . " f- 1, , --1 1. A ,1'1"'?'f""?"f nf ---wr ,Agp J3'G.f-- ' . '54 A N'Z',1', mlf-.Q.JH?5g,k'3-K Rh , iii LOOKING BACK-U. S. History students listen ot- tentively while Dr. Clive M. Worner lectures. YI WX its will II 'g,,.fJ K- 14. ql 'L 4 ff NN . 5. Q2 ON ACCOUNT OF YOU- Williorn J. Thocker instructs future income tox collectors. JUMPING GOOD TIME - Rosalie Cclssoro, Colson Pol- merton ond Morsho Koplon dissect inhobitonts of Colo- veros County. 'I I I I . N E y .1 .., ,.y'.:i'4, I 4 .iic 7 1 I ' I ff- at f - 'ibffsfvll a ,I .Q ,. I F 'N-an 9 -'aaa ' 4,,...,J ll' gf' stribuliw- 1'Cllli'2lIiUll sludvllts Il'liIAll c'urr1'm't li'ChllifIlll'S in thc' nrt of window clwssing 'I I I I I I I I I E554 If I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I QM lg wa 0. 1 'fy 'T I .wi I I I' THE S64 O00 QUESTION Instructor Darrell D. Rose wonders Tait George Grande's set will work. HITTIN' ON THE KEYS-Steve Dragovich operates the linotype machine under the direction of Instructor Robert Wilkinson. QW W e E I S-xzv1ON 43 ' 4134-7 PT: f r'f Q '- -'Hin--f-w :Y gi 1 A 5 . ' X N Q A BLURB IS BORN -- Instructor Wclvo McCullough plons the new od slogan with Dennis Thompson and Mcurio Senere. , 44 N ily? F... v, e. A' D' ? Lovincy J. Adams, head of the math department, poses a much more difficult problem for his students to decipher. , , 'Y -'SL 3 v is ull ,aff-21 ,' V . 'l.g','..2' HV ' fi it fl 2:1 N .tl 8 I V429 a rj N., 19' K 1 If JI 'X SPRECHEN SIE DEUTSCH?-Herr Walter R. Cope and die Studieren. PLANT OR ANIMAL? A Instructor Robert L. Armacost aids Terry Lay- man's study of microscopic life. FOCUS ON GLAMOUR-Professional equipment aids students of photography in their quest for professional techniques. I INTENT ON BEAUTY-"Blessing of the Sabbath Lights" receives finishing touches from its carver, Meyer H. Zicklin. -'9u L,-. ,4 LEVEL IT OFF-Robert Lundstrom, Kenneth Gust- afson, and Charles McClure lay out the course for a mythical freeway to run through campus. ,X xr! CONCENTRATION PLUS -- Skilled hands guide a future piece of furniture on the wood lathe. This is one of the many tools used in the vocational division of Santa Monica City College. fmt 2 i N i--if f I X J I Simon S I Irvin -K' ix QXXN? l -Y f fi . " xl I "" I lac E . 4 if I T . - 5 ' " r - r- f .r ""' 4 "" g r- I A r-' l 9- - I: f r-' num gi f : pl ' K P- 1 ' "" P1 . Y-' , F'- f r-4 G Pi Y'- su r- r- i r-I R 5 r- .., s 1 N I Q. ' , X Vi' ,fr F' Q. , N Ci ,x,f:'EH,'x-K v : . QZRQ:-K'-.A X1 K . F, .Ni A , N.-xk x XZ:--ff xvh v.,x,35 , 'l1YTf"lE F I' ' nr'1'r .. 5 5, 1 rl., 'L V 110, 48 J A' Hut it was not all c'lz1sswork, timc was found for Club IIICCIHIQS, too . . fall Student leaders f '. The huh ol stumlcnt at'tii'itic's is tht- -XF-li vonnnission ' I which forinulatvs tht- laws antl policies of stutlvnt gox- it ernnient. ' - . 5.1 In afltlition to a lrusy st-inf-sler. tht- lfall 1-onnnission -PW" fountl tirnt' to start an urt'l1iw containing pf-rnian:-nt i recorrls ol' all school artivitif-s. First all-rainpus ewiit sponsoretl hy tht- 1-onnnission was the thirtl annual civic night at the SHUI vs. Yenturzt football gains' at which sf-rxiw clubs ol' the connnunitx' Xl joined liorsair rooters. Several coininission menihf-rs visitetl lil tlainino for tht- 4 StI.lt,fSUi-X l'0Illit'I't'I1Ct' in October. ln Noveniher. it was A. I oil to Fresno by plane for the KIJKQSUX t-oiifcrence. N f The seniestefs work was concluclecl by introducing the ff, secret ballot system for election of spring ollicers. f' ,. it A A , - xii V- 2 5' -, B T K 1 BOB BENNER Foll ASB President HARD AT WORK-Dove Goir, Sue Skiles, Bob Benner, Pot Gilbert, Mike Lennon thiddenl, Pot Sheoffer, ond Joel Lciykin work on plons for the SCJCSGA conference which wos held in El Comino. T ,v vt ..-, lif- ig, 1 1, 1 --t' wil FALL ASB COMMISSION-Seated: Linda Battersea, commissioner of social activities, Mike Lennon, vice president, Bob Benner, president, Pat Gilbert, secretary, Dave Gair, AMS president. Standing: Bob Berman, commissioner of assem- blies, Jack Foster, commissioner of publications, Sue Skiles, AWS president, Chris Karas, COP chairman, Beth Rath, commissioner of publicity, Joel Laykin, ICC chairman, Pat Sheafter, commissioner of finance. BUDGET BLUES -- Appar- tioning ASB funds each semester is a major task faced by the ASB Commis- sion. Shown here studying requests are Bob Benner, Mike Lennon, Pat Sheaf- fer, Pat Gilbert. Spring Student leaders fe 154. f "72:ff" J. MICHAEL FREEBAIRN ASB President BUSY SEMESTER-The picture on the left shows students voting tor their Spring ASB officers. Pictured on the right ore ASB commission members on their trip to Ccutolinca Islcund for the Colitornio Junior College Student Government Associotion convention in Avolo n. 51 vw-, --, ,-,-,,-- -N -,,-s,,-I. LAST MINUTE PLANS-Linda Battersea, chairman of the Chaffey trip, receives last minute instructions from Miss Clara C. Brian on the conference. SPRING COMMISSION - Rita Siegel, commissioner of assemblies, Bob Siegel, commissioner of activities, John Buchanan, COP president, Mike Lennon, ASB vice president, Mike Freebairn, ASB president, Sylvia Rawlings, ASB secretary, Dave Curry, AMS president, Joel Ciraulo, commissioner of publications, Joel Laykin, commissioner of publicity. Not shown: Betty Sher- ritts, AWS president, and Roger Marshall, commissioner of finance. g X1 '9 Associated Women Students SWEET AND LOVELY - Dick Lawrence admires Sue Sklles dress while Betty Sherriffs describes it at the Spring Welcome Tea. FALL ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS BOARD-Seated: Mitzie Trottier, Treasurer, Barbara Goll- ing, Vice President, Sue Skiles, President, Dianna Golladay, Secretary, Miss Clara C. Brian, Ad- viser. Standing: Margie Baker, Diane Crouch, Lois Hoy, Shirley Robertson, Shari Baker. Not Shown: Pat Patterson. S Q E ft' 2,1 vi' my f,,t,,,3,-.il L? -is ea T V SPRING ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS BOARD-Front Row: Betty Sherriffs, Marsha Russo, Nayleen Worsham, Marguerite Myles, Betty Melvin, Sue Wollett, Sandy Johnston, Georgia Powell. Back Row: Jo Jones, Sara Stephenson, Mitzie Trottier, Ardeallia Thompson, Arlene Platt. - s FALL AMS BOARD- Front Row: Gerry Allen, treasurer, Dave Gair, president, Dave Curry, vice president, Marty Laurie. Second Row: Bill Thacker, Johnny Erdag, Martin Hochman, Bill Bell, Don Roth. Not Shown: Mike Lennon, secretary, Norm Dreb. .LI A Q AJ 54 Associated Men Sfuden fs WEARY DELEGATES-Some of the 90 delegates to the Southern California Junior College Associ- ated Men Students Convention take c break between workshop activities. Standing at left are Buc students Chris Karas, Sylvia Rawlings, and Dave Gair. SPRING AMS BOARD-Jim Corcoran, Dick Michaels, Mark Lazarus, Tom Scott, Al Fein- berg, Dave Curry, president, John Erdag, Joel Bronsky, Bill Sinai, Marvin Hoaglund, Bill Bell, Gerry Allen. The young woman of today finds more and nmrc time to clvvwtc to sports ---...Q Xt 'Iwh TQIIQQ. c- putimlu'-tvaching spurt of gulf . . . Thai timclcss sport of archcry . . . ,ff ff f ff 1 2 g - - Z 100' ' 9-Q.. -1 m , , .,f 1 'Q ff 7:7 I f 1 0 X XT4 .1132 v I f 'ggzl ! f I0 'O v ' f V 1f', .I - Ka, I 1 The relaxation provided by bowling. Vjv 3. , ,ff l -, fx: 1 if A if i-, X f MMM CO-O-l.-Swimming's ci lot of fun, especially when Mory Hooker, Harmony Grounds, Jane Kisfler, Sue Scully Jones ond Ruth Alice Winters ore there. . . . 'Ilia' C'l'1'ilIlX'l'lll'SS ullvrccl by lllOCll'I'I1 da 58 QA f v I , X Z ,A .. I I I 1' . I f"9-.... 1 s I 2 . 'I I el 'QE TWA.. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION- Front Row: Diane Wootton, Barbara Dawson, Phyllis Parriott, Sue Sally Jones, Nancy Voltmer, Sara Stephenson. Sec- ond Row: Miss Martha Hellner, adviser, Francine Grebinar, Jerie Boucher, Dar- lene Sweet, Elizabeth Cook, Pat Ryan, Ginger Rosner and Mrs. Anna Calloway and Mrs. Mariorie Zahnle, advisers. 'Em .p P mn., Wagga 4.- -.' i .t .tilt 40 -cf P"',A -5, 192.0 -71 Bucpagean fry ---- M. .lla J ' , A A Ld Q 1' E. .iid QL f t N SY 6 - 6 Q Q . , I ., A t - A ,L -V1 rn f .1- 1-X. . , , ' N .11 5 X. , - W - O f bo , 'Z Y - 'n.INX A f . X X A ' . r PN ' Q. ' T , -. A , B t I D . 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I "--- ---- ----..-4.--1 A 1 I v x 23' ' --: I 5' ' I Img -"1 I L5 1 ff' 1 , , gil! 1 1 l"""'-'LAT' -..... - I .I :I L--""' I -- j -,----I : f I V1 E : """""""'J FXX ll UQ 1 I X I 9 i'9xf1 , ' 7 l 2 XXX I Y 1' ov K I 3 Nl ' X' I l1 m e - ,EFI 1 Esiil K QXX 1. -' Lxx .Q xxxx X if XXXTXXX 1 Xxfzxx I 1 Xxx Xxx! is Xxtl ll f ,, 9 'N- 1. 41 1 I--"' I I l1SW10rsJ lg If nba., , ,gi ,jf --ill -- - - -f 11! - :v -- 1 ,Z--I COUNCIL OF PRESIDENTS-Front Row: Barbara McLaughlin, Theater Guild, Pat Patterson, Corvettes, Mike Freebairn, Music Council, Chris Karas, chairman, Rita Siegel, Coronettes, Charles Fowler, Electronic Technology Association, Donald Craig, Clusters, Ray Mattey, Radio Club. Second Row: Deve Rau, Cosmetique Club, Margaret Baker, Red Cross Club, Betty Sherritfs, Epsilons, Nancy Voltmer, Women's Athletic Association, Hadi Sarraf, International Friendship Club, Jack Fogarty, Veterans Club, Johanne Lettieri, Distributive Education Clubs ot America, Bob Shaw, Huxley Club, Richard Schumacher, Rifle and Pistol Club. Third Row: Lawrence Anderson, Pre-Med Club, Lynn Hayward, Psychology Club, Diane Dubuc, Corsair, Sue Skiles, Associated Women Stu- dents, Dave Curry, Associated Men Students, Al Brown, Inter Class Council, Mike Lennon, Continentals, Alan Simpson, Opheleos, Jim Corcoran, Commerce Club. T - wil I 5 - HY' r . r... . ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA - Front Row: Pete Bentler, Dan Stewart, Fae Thompson, Pat Marshall, Carolyn Manary, Adrienne Nat- er, Edith Grossman, Rose Bolton, Dolores Squillace, George Man- fredi. Second Row: Charles Cates, Mario Semere, Tom Scott, Ken Kearsley, Bob Martin, Geraldine Chouinard, Fred Kiser, Shirley Jutkins, Joan Peterson, John Buchanan. FALL INTER CLASS COUNCIL- Front Row: William Sinai, Albert Brown, Joel Laykin, chairman, Sylvia Rawlings, Sally Pinkham, Norman Dreb. Second Row: Evalynn Lloyd, Bunny Hoer, Anne Ling, Johanne Let- tieri, John Cutright, Betty Sherriffs. The ICC helps plan all class functions on campus. The spring semester found the group hard at work on the Beta-Gamma dance and the Delta picnic. It directed the spring Red Cross Drive. bringing in a high total and a fine response from the students. Under Don Roth. the spring ICC re-organized tht- eonstitution of the group, and started on plans to change unit requirements. for Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta classes. Iinder the proposed plan, a student would proceed through those classes despite the numher of units they carried. The units for graduation requirement, Iww- ever, would not he changed. LISTENING IN-Joel Laykin addresses the guests at the ICC banquet as Bob Benner and Mike Freebairn listen. SPRING INTER CLASS COUNCIL-Lane Shitfman, John Erdag, Peter Bentler, Joanne Olson, Roy Ellingworth, Patty Langlo, Buzz Schulz, Marv Hoogtund, Fredric J. Brierley, adviser, Clarita Babbitt, Don Roth, chairman, Darryl D. Rose, adviser, Bob Billings, Diane Jacobs, Elaine Newman, Beverly Crabbe, Dick Lawrence, Ricky Enrico, Norm Dolan, Sonia Chalberg, Anne Ling. Epsilons JUST A PINCH OF SALT-An Epsilon is helped by a hungry Opheleo fix the food for their pot luck dinner in March, honoring the new Epsilons. l ,4 5,1 FALL EPSILONS-Front Row: Jean Hale, Marguerite Myles, Betty Sher- riffs, Lois Hoy, Margie Baker, Louise Helman. Second Row: Mary Mollo, Carole Sherman, Sue Jones, Jeanett: Munro, Barbara McLaughlin, Maria Mangold. SPRING EPSILONS - Front Row: Jeanette Munro, Mary Mollo, Sylvia Asbridge, Margie Baker. Back Row: Marguerite Myles, Phyllis Parriott, Jean Hale Curry, Peggy Miller, Betty Sherriffs, Sylvia Rawlings. 9 i Q17 J f fl l l lllll l 'ga MOA! 0 fzeleos S fl ann 1 i z.j.,f1,...L... ' M FALL OPHELEOS-Front Row: Dale Avery, Chris Karas, Mike Daniels, Fred Kiser, Jim Harvey, Richard Grigg. Second Row: Dr. Russel L. Lewis, adviser, Don Roth, Pete Bentler, Gene Clinger, Alan Simpson, Edward T. Ruenitz, adviser. SERVICE-One of the many services done by the Opheleos is raising the flag on the stadium field. Gene Grounds is shown as he performed this duty. SPRING OPHELEOS-Front Row: Bob Berman, Don Roth, Pete Bentler, Dick Grigg, Buzz Schulz, Dick Samp. Second Row: Anton Calle-ia, Dale Avery. Third Row: Al Simpson, Norm Dreb, John Buchanan, Tom Scott, Fred Wild, Leonard Vincent. ' 1 9 It il f' CORVETTES-Seated: Mitzie Trot- tier, Dianna Golladay, Shari Baker, Carmel Cramer, Pat Gil- bert, Mary McAleavey, Pat Sheaffer. Standing: Pat Marshall, Rita Siegel, Sue Skiles, Jo Jones, Pat Patterson, Linda Battersea, Chris Helm. -Qt .""':Y . K' SVT'-f qt 3 I ' 1, ..-4--.M-.Q i 'gs RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB - Fore- ground: lShootingj Robert Ells- worth, Jim Thompson, Otto See- kel, Peter Spaccofona. Standing: Vern Widdup, adviser. -1- 'seam .3 5 , Z---. X 9 :- ,Q -If . CONTINENTALS: Front Row: Mike Lennon, Karl Werner, Bill Belas- co, Gerry Allen, Bob Siegel. Sec- ond Row: Sheldon M. Hayden, adviser, Dick Gutierrez, Dave Curry, Jay Snelson, Marty Laurie, Dave Gair, Lawrence S. Horn, adviser. I xg. I nlll t if X , V i Q 'L 1. I I, -A I nv" . , - 3 ltA"73',f-' Mi i 5 1 i I I 1 F' . 5 1V l i A' v ' i ' I , inf' ROD AND REEL CLUB- First Row: Chad Davis, James O'Neill, adviser, Charles Taylor, Lawrence Bartole, Ray McWilliams. Sec- ond Row: Merlin Anstine, Richard Schumacher, L, Loot Libow, Bill Sweet, Bob Zierer, Jim Asakura. jr- - Y Y mr , ,A A f - -e :---- - - -f----...-.. hx X . l:'l'lllll.lllJlllhlfh l i +31 I,-,YWX NX,.3+,X1,, llif-'l N 425' HUXLEY CLUB-Front Row: Don Kirshbaum, Robert Shaw, Anna Saudek. Second Row: Solomon Chattel, Jim Ludwig, J. Stanley Brode, adviser, Fred Wild. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - Front Row: Shielah Komer, Nadine Johnston, Faye Clark, Natalie Forsythe, Roberta Schneider, Janice Wurthzel, Sue Berry. Sec- ond Row: John Buchman, Seymour Scharf, Leonard Vincent, Bob Douglas, Steve Considine, Alan Maitland, Herbert Strickland, Arnold Lazarus, adviser. - , 'X CAMERA CLUB-Ted Frankas, Melchor O'Campo, Bob Miller, Max Specht, adviser, Bob Kuhn, Steve Pecotf. .J X - I INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP CLUB Front Row Rafnq Ibrahim Ann Preshoff Duane Dubuc Salah Tawflk Nella Larsen Ahmad Haghighi, Hadi Sarraf, Kastur Ghambtr Second Row Wllburt Barham Dan Matrlsctana Wully Ntlsen Joanne Rezac Mohsen Afiey, Shaiban Awni, Seth Warner advuser CHESS CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD - Seated: James Dempsey, Kelly Hammond, Sam Egar, Adrian Cole. Stand- ing: Dick Schleidt, Garry Worthington, Dr. Garrett Wynkoop, odviserg Manny Fisher. ', 1 I I ,xt 1 SCRIBBLERS CLUB- Front Row: Russell Reukema, ad- PRE-MED CLUB- Front Row: Howard Moench, Ken Cohen, , viserg Louis Cordero, Alan Michaelson, Charles Hayes. Fred Wild, Harold Harmen, Lawrence Anderson, James Mc- T Second Row: Hildreth Schuler, Joan Press, Elaine Ser- Cann. Second Row: Ernie Strauss, Jack Schechtman, Rosalie i ber, Lois Turner, Rose Berger, Margaret Trimble. Cassaro, Judy Bellen, Donna Vredevoe, Devora Lindgren, Mrs. Delta Hilbert, adviser: George Pride, adviser. i l ART SERVICE CLUB - Sitting: Avako Ta- miya, Geraldine Simon, Bella Patmaiian, Jeri Wolf, Sally Pinkham, Margaret Vyeki. Standing: Barbara Colling, David Padgett, Howard Wilson, adviser: Leroy Schubert. Seated on wall: Harold Wilcox, Larry Pegly, Mario Semere, Bob Puckey, Bishop Dowen. DECA CLUB - Standing: Richard Mey- er, Robert Knowles, Bill Morreson, Dan Sutherland, Ronald Thoensen, Jim Brown, Dick Sicard, Mark Lazarus, Darrell Buck. Seated: Jan White, Bill Thacker, Nancy Robertson, Bill Mont- gomery, Johanne Lettieri, Murray Lewis, adviser. 1'Nt,'., ,!:' .1 .Z A-va - s I l l i l u l I l 5- f ..,.1,1 7'-"'1.L.... 1 :C x'2f? A 3 'H fyffilllt 'la 'Z "el il lf 1 I' I . . :va V. ii! if S 'L ness:- - ' 1? .cf W-.4 ?" -'FG Wt ng A ,X F' Nr- VETERANS' CLUB--Front Row: Jack Butler, Juanita Hoerr, Duane Steputis. Second Row: Maihie Ferguson, Thomas C. Fuller, adviser James Harrigan, Jack Fogarty, Marvin Hoaglund, Gerald Shute. Third Row: Mario Semere, Tom Scott, Jim Harvey, Edward AI canter, Katherine Printup, Harold Charney. Back Row: Phillip Tfllscn, John Brady, Bob Young, Robert Siegel, Richard Vash. 'J Q: Q. "i 'tus A ' X C THEATRE GUILD - Joel Laykin, Norman Schultz, Walter Stevens, Bob Berman, Pauline Jessup, Mrs. Gene Owen, adviser, Barry Verdi, Nancy Zellick, Mary Mollo, Catherine Donivant, Peggy Miller, William Pearl- berg, James McDonald, Bill Bourne, Richard Lawrence, Gordon Poul- son, Al Socher, Rod Daniel, Sandra Knight. 1" ti I - A JN PSYCHOLOGY CLUB - Seated: Glenn Mar tin, adviser, Elaine Base, Lynn Hayward William Derbonne. Second Row: Pat Scoles Merle Glazer, Edith Grossman, Joan Gran tham, Anna Saudek, Jeannie Buckley. Third Row: Sondra Grau, Posemary Flaherty Anna Crapps, Diane Thorson, Geraldine bocher. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- TION-Outside: Chela Hollis, Louise Heile- man, Mrs. Margaret Baird, adviser, Leslie Mason, Miss Edith Sperry, adviser, Betty Melvin. Center: Ollye Kinchien, Diane Dubuc. 3' 9 4 in ,Y Q. I CLUSTERS CLUB-Seated: Donald Craig, Richard McKennon, Nosaru Okuda, Adolph Miguel, Louis ' Jones, Philip Coliboso, Donald Wildey, Ben Frankenberg, Joseph Sistek, Ben Nevsome. Second Row: Ellis Dayan, Thorwald Bacon, Charles Roeschle, Robert Kirshner, Bernerd Rogers, Leo Metzler, 5 Walter Heimann, lan Donald, Edward Nieburger, John Code, Stan Tabak, Bernard Quinowski, Tom Metcalf, Clyde Bachman, adviser. a 1, -- - t I 5 - ' .-.s ,.1'rg:. I jg ffl' L ,I EE 32 3 - -' ,M I. V :HMV if WY: I P .-,., 1' rg 55,12 'iif?:,.11, V, W .3 ... st 1 , ,,.,. ,.., , , .,,i L. .- - ,,. , , 1 .....,.-.. .... -,..,, W -f-,.,-- . , , , - s ' J, " '1',lI.-,,... WJ " :,.g:4,,,5 .sg 'T "1 . ML' i ,.,,,, .,.,,, Y . W, , .Q ,,,,,,J 7 - ' ,ig ,g,-::i,:::::f ,-,,1,,1: H f ' it' .- --- . , .WH 'W - , N V, - , V, RADIO CLUB- Front Row: Rose Lee Berger, Bill Dalphy, Mindaugas Alminas, Roy Pierce, adviser. Back Row: Jerry Perkins, Stan Zitnick, John Starr, Ben Wrigley, Raymond Vitolo, Robert Touart, Don De Gregori, Hillis Brown, ad- viser. Not Shown: Ray Mattey, Wilton Clute. I I I l ll t. I 1 lik I rg, X I n COMMERCE CLUB-Front Row: Winton Baker, Sylvia Asbridge, James Corcoran, Jr. Second Row: Marilyn Hester, Clau- dette Guerin, Judy Betts, Shirley Jutkins, Dolores Squillace, Judith Nelson, Beryl Wallach. Third Row: Winnie Hisey, Bar- bara Siverson, Betty Blaouw, Bill Cad- man, Joann Olson, Barton Gass. 5 -v D:,--:,. 1 -... ,. 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D My?-Ig Q ,wig yv4,,,,..i.'. .ww Mxgggk. . 0, .v Qwwugqxr Agyta - 11, .f ".- --u -J.-1 x Blnx A'."L.f v "" ,"".- - ' ELA 4. fd LA ' " A 3 Qi X 'fu ...gm , 4 Y . -. ..-W ...- 4 ho PJ' 5 as Q If ', - i' t , , l 9 , 1 E X , Q: 1 CX f : U Y ir, I 3 4 T lla l r h 2 , J- ,Qfgg ,.A 'A fittf iiilil . si . I K 1 nr' t xv ' hr Nh:-is 'A IX HOMECOMING PRINCESSES-.lean Hale, Camile Bertolet, Kay Cramp- ton, and Karen Vann. .ffl WINNING FLOAT-"Journey Through the Jungle" was a profitable one for Corsair Continentals who captured first place in the float contest. HOMECOMING DANCE-ln keeping with this year's theme of "Safari" Bucs danced among iungle decorations. flomecoming Ween MISS PATRICIA SHEAFFER The entire ezunpus begins to stir when Home- Utlllllllg Week is in the olling. Club sponsored floats are designed and eonstrlleleml: a queen is searched for and chosen: Conversation cen- ters on these events. The week is climaxed by il 1-olorful homecorning parade, crowd packed football game and finally a gala dance. PLEASANT DUTY-Official seal is bestowed on Queen Pat by A.S.B. Prexy Bob Benner. ' , -yin ' Yi . I , 'Q e .J 'V 1 H 5 . V r I tg - , l f 1 t 'V m..-v V if f- ! Y , -' 6 Q I an . , .,, iff, :il ' V f ' s X , ,fn .Q ,-get , ,N 4 , f - L-it-f' . ,:' 5 , I V H A Q . . 1 ' fn':-F571 H ' A C Q22 . . .5 V' to ' . "Jw: ' ' A . N: , -'win tx x n '-A 3 2-- - " , V. f my ' Y at .ff A Q, y'A12'Z:1-fr 35 .5 1,3 34345 ' Tl- .H-.f " ' Q "' :nah 1 ' .g'1,' -:f .?.l4:.a" Vw 3 l "' ilk. xw-N a-,T 1: . Q .aes : E u , 5 . . ,gf ROARING SUCCESS -Two outstanding h floats were the Regal Lion entered by Cor- vettes women's service club ftopj and the Space Ship entered by the Veterans Club. 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ON THE AIR-Future members of the radio tra- ternity get first hand experience and training in the FM station on campus. X I , Q nv I X XIX, xs 'Y OUTSTANDING ATHLETE-Phil Mentor, center on the Corsair football team, accepts the Santa Monica Exchange Club perpetual trophy tor most valuable player. Presenting the award at the sports banquet is Wayne Scott, Exchange Club president. SWINGIN' DOWN FRONT-Conte Candoli, vet- eran iazz trumpet player, blows with increasing vigor at a "Kenton Presents" iazz concert. It was held in conjunction with the SMCC Jazz Club. AWARD WINNER - Mrs. H. Earl Pemberton, second vice president ot the Santa Monica City College Patrons Association, shows Joel Laykin, ICC chairman, Chris Karas, COP president, and Mike Lennon, ASB vice presi- dent, the award for membership the Patrons received. Members ofthe ICC, COP and ASB boards assisted in the membership drive. POLYZOIDES SPEAKS - Dr. Adamantios Poly zoides, international news analyst, makes per tinent after-dinner remarks at the COP Conven tion banquet. S f if S 2 I ! 1 I 5? 1 . 6 . tlliristnmf t-ln-vi' wlurlml c-arly in Buvville. Thc- efnlirv l'llIIlllllS pitclletl in to svntl tliv Toys for T015 tlriu- me-1' llle' top and to sc-t an all-linw ret-o1'tl. 'Hn' t-ullcfgv llancl anal Choir united to prvsent the annual tilirigtnius asf:-rnbly in tlw Little 'l'heatrv, with Continu- nity singing c-ntling an inspiring progranl. llvmlcliilg thc' start of lilll'lSlIIliiS vacation, Llorsairg tlziilcml llIlllt'l' snuwflakes during the winter formal. 'Tvsliwil in Fi'ost." at the Mirarnai' Hotel. F 4 u J t h , V l tl 'l W, if Spring Semester Has 1 6 Many A cfivifies il The spring semester found Bue stutlents knee tleep in activi- ties. The talent show in Mareli was a musical revue entitlecl "Satan in Ureasepaintf' and brought a large autlienee tn the Little Tllt4Hll't'. 1 t :X successful March of Dimes tlrive was lieltl early in the t semester. U Q ln April. llursairville weleometl the tlullege of Paeilie X l Capella elmir to its presentation of an Easter assembly. l - w 3 nNlFI'IlNlltlS Mysteries ' was one ul the many tlant-es lleltl lnr l . . . . 'Q students anal their dates. while tlie classes put on sueli activi- E ties as swimming parties and picnics. l 'E 1111- 11111Ni1' 11111,'111' 1111115 Q'X1t'11S1Xt' 1111 '1'i111l 1111-111'i111u 11 11 M' 1- lL1l'1111t'111. 1'1111ffi111f 1111111 111111'1'1i111f 1 1l1'11 Ff'111f'F11'l' l11e' 11111510 g1'1111ps l11't'bl'111 i1FSt'1111J1lt'S . , , N I ,, ghivi '- -.- lg 1 1111111 11111 111111 111c1 11111111 1111 1 1 t bl! 1 1 11111111611 1 0111111 1 - 1 11N-11 N 11111 -11111411 111l1N1fC1 N 11 X111 I1 11 11114 Nluu 1 . 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THIRD ROW: Vic Johnston, Henry Lewis, Bob Carillo, Ernie Neal, Phil Mentor, Chuck Lander, Mitch Keller, Howard Black, Bob Dinaberg, Jack Mears, Jack Elbert, Ernie Jemison, John Gotavclc. FOURTH ROW: Art Phillips, John Murphy, Bob Engstrom, Otis Bell, Don Hunziker imgnl, Phil Orenstein imgrj. STAND- lNG: John Joseph, head coach, right, and Bill Gino, trainer. 'v it n -' " .Q J Mitch Keller Phil Mentor Bob Alley Morsholl Block for 'r ffav 70 llf Up and Down :Xfter scoring impressive practice gatne wins over Yentura and Sacramento. Santa Monica tlity llollege's grid team faltered in conference play and ended tht- season with a ga record of three wins. five losses and a tie. ff! 1, .X The tilorsairs opened the season with a wild thriller. winning ff X over Yentura before a big Service tlluh Night crowd. Kirk Wilson. who was Santa Monii-a's olliensive sparkplug all during the year, Hipped two long scoring passes to end Buddy Williams. Fullhack Mitch Keller scored the winning touch- down with five minutes to play left in tht- game. Floyd Mc- Kinsey accounted for the other tally. f Wilson again sparked the Bucs in their l2-tt win over Sacra- mento in the Capitol City. :Xrt Phillips' short plunge and a 31-yard pass, Wilson to Bob flarillo. accounted for all the f scores. Ernie Neal, Henry Aldrete. Otis Bell, Joe Leone, and 4 Ernie Jamison were standouts in the Corsairs' second straight win. BakersHeld's tough Renegades pulled away in the second half for a IH-6 decision over the tlorsairs before ltrtttttct fans in the Metro Conference opener. The game was fought in the huge new Renegade Stadium. In one of the toughest defensive clashes of the Jaycee season. Santa Monica and Harbor battled to a grueling T-7 standoff at Corsair Field in the Bucs' next game. Once again it was Wilson who ignited the Corsairs. He scored the touchdown on a l-1-yard bootleg run and then added the conversion which tteadlockecl the game. Valley's conference champs had to pull out all stops in the second half to nod Coach johnny ,loseph's crew. 20-7. The Buccaneer squad played perhaps its best game of the season. hut costly fumbles handed the contest to the alert Monarchs. Halfback Charles Perry put on a one man show to guide East Los Angeles to a 19-6 victory over the hometowners in the ELAJC oval. Perry scored twice. once on a 78-yard scamper of a kickoff return, to hand the Corsair team its second straight loss. Ken Matsuda tallied for the Bucs on a 22-yard gallop over tackle. Wilson's 40-yard toss to Don Erickson accounted for Santa Monica's only tally when San Diego ran over the florsairs. 32-6. in the next tilt. El Camino took no pity on the Bucs as they trounced Santa Monica. 20-tl, on the victor's turf. 'llhe tlorsairs. therehy. ahsorbed their fourth straight loss. Ending the season on a victorious note, tloach johnny ,1.s.-,tits men knocked ofl' the Yikings of l.ong Beach, l9-li. in the season finale. Bob tlarillo. Ken Nlatsuda and ,less l.arez reached paydirt for the Bucs. Standouts for Santa Monica during the year were lton lfrick- son. Max tlurtis. ldrnie Jamison. Nlike Nlctluire. tllitt' Katz. ,lack lflhert. l'hil Mentor. this Bell and Nlarshall Block on the forward wall. ln the ltackfield it was Kirk Wilson. liolt Xlley. llenry Xldretc. Floyd McKinsey. ,lint llanson, lfrnie Neal and Ken Nlatsuda. STRATEGY- Heod Cooch John J. Joseph fcenterj dis- cusses plons with tleft to rightj Cooches Dovicl M. McNeil, Don Steere, Corl K. Mulleneoux ond Corl Merritt. LAST BUT NOT LEAST-Bob Carillo follies final marker of the season on a I7-yard Kirk Wilson flip against Long Beach. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Player TD Buddy Williams 3 Bob Corillo 2 Ken Motsuda 2 Kirk Wilson I Henry Lewis I Art Phillips I Floyd McKinsey I Mitch Keller I Don Erickson I Jess Larez I I-1 RUSHING STATISTICS Player TCB YG YL Jim Hanson II ISI 2 Ernie Nrful 25 I37 I0 Mitch K1-ller 24 86 0 Jess Lure: 26 93 6 Ar! Pluilllps I7 55 0 Henry Alclrehf 26 90 I8 Bob Allf-y AO I5O 46 Hr-nry L1-wig 23 82 24 Kon Mutsuclu 25 85 23 Floyd Mcliinsl-y I-1 29 4 I1111 SI Clair I0 74 6 KHP W1l-,on 25 72 30 Bali Arnold II I7 I lolm Golovcxc I8 40 32 You Foul:-r 5 2 6 300 III3 208 98 CON O I O 4 0 O 0 O 0 O 5 NET 1.49 I25 aa 87 55 72 IO4 58 62 vs I8 42 I6 a 1 A4 905 TP I8 I3 I2 IO 6 6 6 6 6 6 89 AVG, I3,5 50 36 34 3.2 2 8 2 6 2.5 2,5 I.8 I8 I7 I.5 -1 e-.B 305 O ,gf F. 1 bliss . E ,Y I I.. 1. ,,. i 1.-?f , V, 5, - :2 we 2.1 la.: d,.5e. W 1 If" .I I ' '3I35'.,- .' qviiffw-G MISTER OUTSIDE-Buddy Williams takes off on an II- yard scamper around end. Valley scatback, Tommy Uyeda, comes up fast to stop him. Player Kirlc Wilson Henry Lewis John Gotovuc Ronald Foster Bob Alley .lim SI. Clair Ken Malsudc LONG RUN-One of the best punt returns ofthe year was chalked up by Buc Bob Alley. Valley center and Conference Player-of-tl1e- Year, Bob Binder, looms up to halt the ad- vance. INDIVIDUAL PASSING PA PC PCT PI YDS IOI A7 47 II 668 59 I9 32 5 ISI 9 3 33 0 35 3 I 33 0 I5 2 I 50 O I2 8 I I3 0 3 I O O O 0 I83 72 39 I6 9I4 Tfzinclads fapfare Mira' Spot Boasting two of the finest ,Iaysee cross Country men in tht- South- land in Pete Rodriguez and Ernie Strauss, Coach tlarl Merrilfs Cross Country tearn finished the season with a record of three win- and two losses. The Corsairs were third in the Metropolitan conference. Letter winners in addition to Rodriguez and Strauss were llirk Kristoffersen. Wialt Magill, Boh Phila. ifherhaird Rapp and Ken Sparkinan. it-ri' 241' 'E P st 'Rt 'f .-Q. 1' ' ' T-.4-.,4.w xii f.v"S"""K in - FAST LAP - Cross Country coach Carl Merritt clocks Ernie Strauss at UCLA in preparation for upcoming meet. 1 GL if CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front: Ernie Strauss. Second Row: Eberhard Rapp, Richard Kristoftersen, Walt Magill, Eu- gene Domeno. Third Row: Ken Spark- man, Coach Carl E. Merritt, Howard Moench. Not Shown: Pete Rodriguez. 99 Brud Cleaveland SPLASH!!-Arms and legs flail away as Doug Hume, 34, eyes the elusive ball, Sam Coach Jones, 31, holds off the defenders, Bob Pride, 3, Dick Salmi, ll, Jack Fullerton, 4. The Corsair water polo team works into shape for a tough schedule. Mermen Boas! All - fonference forward, .Yam Jones WATER POLO TEAM- Front Row: Lee Deege, Dick Salmi, Jack Fuller- ton, Larry Stevenson, Sam Jones, Bob Pride, Doug Hume, Les Arndt. Second Row: Coach Brud Cleaveland, Charles McGuirk, Henry Serkin, Casey Cooper, Jim Dombrowski, Dan Kanan, Russ Williams, John Strauss. Not shown: Dick Miller, Ken Cooper. ou,-I Led by All-Conference forward, Sam Jones and back, Larry Stevenson, the water Polo squad grabbed third spot in Metro Conference Standings. Coach Brud Cleaveland's men wound up with a season total of seven wins and eleven losses. Stellar performances were turned in by Jones, top point-getterg Stevenson. defensive ace, and last year's recipient of the most valuable player award: and Les Arnclt, goalie. Others who gained letters included Lee Deege, Bob Pride, Ken Cooper, ,lim Dombrowski, ,lack Fullerton, Doug Hume. and Dick Salmi. 'F '1lw s -If we W -SQA X 'Q B fu- -wu- , N..-of K --.-.....-Twf 4 QW' Qi " 14 Z-.rl Msg' 'im 3 6 xx X. I-'Sf' 31- 'I'-if f ,N wigmk o'1""'A WA ww' t i l l i i l l l :U- REACH, RONNIE-Ron Bora 136D reaches high to dunk in another basket against East Los Angeles. ELA's Harold Jeffs C205 couldn't stop it, as the Bucs trampled the Huskies, 83-61. fager Re-write Record Book tlity College presented one of its most eolorful anil exciting eage seasons on reeorcl. hreaking virtually every team anil iniliviilual seoring stanilarci on the hooks. While eompiling a 9-5 Metropolitan lionferenee total. the tlorsairs tied for seeoncl plaee with Bakersfield. ln Col- laboration with the Renegades. the liues broke the league reeoril for most points seoretl in one game, both teams. This oeeurretl in their seeoncl encoun- ter. when City College toppleil Bakers- heltl. 106-93. Forwartl Bill White anil eenter Buddy Williams turnefl in outstanding per- formances. White garnered 238 points in conference play. averaging 17 markers a tilt. Williams followed close on his heels with a 13.2 average. Williams set hre new sehool standards, the most prominent aehierement oe- eurring in the next-to-last scrap of the year against Has! I.os Angeles. He liroke the reeoril of' most points in one game. tallying ll cligits. lor the seeoncl straight year. White was the top point-getter on the Buc iggregation anil was fourth highest seorer in the Metropolitan Conference. ln ttltllllllll to this, White antl Williams were ehosen to represent City Col- all-sta rs. praise. GOT lTQCoach Don Blem- ker demonstrates how to dribble around the center to perform a hook shot for two pointsp center Bud Williams attempts to stop him. '- 1 ar squail. This team faeecl llarhor. loop ehamps, at ltakerslielal with ltue eoaeh. lion ltlernker. seleeteil as eo-mentor ot the lfimlirig the winning eomhination only alter clropping its first three league slzlrls. tfoaeh ltlemkeris erew ilrove haril ilown the home Sil't'lI'll, Yietorious in sexen straight eontests. 'lihis was Don ltlemkeris first year as mentor ol' Ilu- l,UI'5lllIi sapiail anrl the eoathing jolt he turnecl in was worthy' ol' mueh i , e Y MJ S if wiv? "-4' 'sift H New School Records Individual Most Points in one game Buddy Williams, 41 against East Los Angeles Most Points in a Conference Game Buddy Williams, 62 against San Diego and East L Most Points in a Consecutive Game Buddy Williams, 41 against East Los Angeles Most Free Throw Attempts in one Game Buddy Williams, 22 against East Los Angeles Most Points by an Opposing Player Jim Newman, of Harbor, 45 Team Most Points in one Game Against Bakersfield, 106 Most Points Scored in one Game by both teams os Angeles Santa Monica vs. Bakersfield, 199 J p Most Points in one Half Santa Monica vs. East Los Angeles, 68 Most Conference Wins in a Row Santa Monica, 7 RECORDS FOR 1955-56 Players MlN FGA FGM PER FTA FTM Bill White , 916 379 156 Ron Williams 900 360 147 Buddy Williams 806 301 129 Ron Bora 679 198 78 Lynn Harman 656 136 44 Mike Smith 605 258 96 Joy Snelson 411 181 72 Ron Rombeau 340 115 30 Ken Sparkrnan 62 I8 7 104 REB 85 101 279 241 124 37 78 67 5 TP 388 360 347 209 143 254 178 70 21 JUMP SHOT-Mike Smith 1321 contributes two more to the Corsoirs' total against El Ca- rninog Bill White l33j and Ron Williams get into position to fight for a possible rebound. P.S., Bucville celebrated that evening-101-88. 1955-56 HOOP RECORD Pts Opp 91 1Alumni . 68 62 1'LACC ,.,,, ,, 76 83 "Pierce ,,,.,,, ,, 91 66 "Santa Ana ,, 81 47 'VLACC ,,,,,. ,,,i,i. . 88 78 "Pasadena CC .,, 66 70 1Fullerton . 82 57 +Compton ,, . 61 91 1'Pasadena CC .,., 70 56 1Ventura .,,.,...,.,, 58 56 '5San Bernardino. 59 74 Bakersfield ,,s,...... 76 76 'fVentura ,A,.., 63 69 Valley , .,,...,, 83 75 San Diego .,.,. 55 101 El Camino ,,,s, 89 94 Harbor .,,,,, 93 83 East LA ,,,,,,,,, 61 106 Bakersfield ,,,,, 93 58 fUCLA Frosh , ,.,, 104 84 Long Beach ,,,,, 56 85 Valley ,,,,..,, 84 74 El Camino 91 89 San Diego ,,,,, 83 102 East LA Y,,, 73 74 Harbor ,, 83 2,052 2,057 1-Practice Game HEADS UP-Looking os if he is headed for cn one poinl lond- ing, Bob Henry executes cm clif- ficult fly-owoy. ,i PERFECT STYLE -- Jerry Greer displays the form thot makes him one of the top perform- ers on the high bor. . Coach Brud Clecvelond Mlm- - ,YW .X XXL N5-x ff! XX rx vs' Rami-f ff ff X S .1 5 A ' ,fi l , W 4 V' l e - l i f , ' . f gg . X' X , 2 'W-5 , ww Am X. V 1 .1 Mtn X ' ., f - . , E r fe i . , .K . J ,zi A-so E 6ymnasfs 6'rab Dua! Meer frown R5 .- v.L-55 -.ki QA -A 1 v I KU. Lsfs--1 ll lil linen nnlx lun se n llllt SlIlllXlUIlI1llllXllllltht lil ltXlXtll ilu likllllll lil 'll nn lint iln uly Vnull llruml Vla nelnnll lmys lin: puxul I 1 5 4 ilu-y will ln- 21 rn-vlu , .,, , ,, . ,,,,, . ,. .,, ., 1. 4 AL . 1 1 . . 1 ming pnwvr Ill lln- Nlvlrn l.0lll1'I'l'Ill'Q'. I nl thi NN llll .lan-lx Nr-wlia-lil. linli lllllillwfg mul l"re-al Shipley gilllll'l'lIlg.f nuns ' llllllllf,llH'lllllllll1'Il wnn all llm-1-nl llll'll' cluul Illt't'lS2lll1l nnly luvla nl IYSPINC HlI'l'IlQlll lu-pt llwrn lvrmn winning lln- l'Ullll!'I'l'lll'l' nw:-I as they linisliul si-vnml lu l,nng: lla -ach. Q fr fi --F W' M , , Q, ,rx F W..- 1" r C 'H ,L N ' . --- -'f ' 1.3 'fs I i SWIMMING TEAM- Kneeling: Dick Samp, Pete Bentler, Sheldon Kirshner, Ricky Grigg, Dar- rell Willey, Bob Pride, Earl Goldberg, Mike Copeland, Bill Forrester, Chuck McGuierk. Stand ing: Leo Deege, Jack Meihls, Bob Kulish, K. C. Cooper, Sam Jones, Mickey Kaplan, Fred Wlld, Dick Heineman, Don Dorrell, Cy Cacy, Larry Stevenson, Jack Fullerton. Bac Swhn Squad Rlmnerup in Stare But' imwiiwii. omit-lit-tl by ,lttlllllly joseph, ltlllllglll intn'c- than the-ir slum' of linnurs tn tlity tititlt-ge this spring. as tht-y Coppcil st-rtnitl spnt in tlirec important t'Vt'IllS1lxlt'll'U li0tllit'I't'Ilt'f'. Stllllllt'l'Il iiilliiitlflllil anfl State. Tlwy alsn won the tluzil nw:-t crown in Mvtru action. The team sparkletl with many stellar pvrforniers. harry Stttweiisnii. 200-ytl.. ln't-uststrnkcr. svtnzi new -Sulutliern JOHNNY JOSEPH t.ulilurnia stunilurtl tluring tht- Smiths-rn Lal Itl'f3llIllltIt1l'lt3S Coach he-lit ut Ht tiuniinn. splusliing tht- ilistunre' in 2:32.2. His time- was thi- ln-st in tlw nation this yt-ur. In the State' finals - - at Staniliurtl iiniwrsity. Str-wnsmi gratuit:-tl tht- top spot Ullft' ninrt- fur the lillvs in tht- Pigllll-l2lIlIN'I'. l'nln-tile-n in ull 1-laisst-s ul! tlixing. Mike- tltipi-ltmtt plan-tl first in birth tht- lm--lnns untl finals ut btznifnrtl atntl ht t,znnnin lll tim 4-it-nts, tht- l nn-It-r :intl It iiwte-i' lmitrtls. Dun lturrt-ll fiullmw-tl vlnsc' lwliintl. mppiiig at plum- in tht- l invtt-r zincl at fourth in tht- .5 nie-tvr 1-mnpt-titimi at liztlu ftltu. 'lilnf tjirsuir ltltt-ytl. rt-lay lt-inn. inrlutling lfrml Wiltl, Slit-I Kirslnu-r. Satin ,little-s annul 'Nlit-lu-V Kaplan. were surprisi- xivlnrs liy linking tho- tmp spot ut Stznilurtl. lxuplztn swtnn llls I um-lim' lvg in 52.8. tht- tt-inn tiinml in Iizfitift. This pe-rl'urni- ann- tulip.-tl till iitlivrs in nzitmnul .lt. t'tltllIN'llllUtl llns yvztr. Ullwr 4'nnsisl1-nt puiiit-ixiiim-is liur liity tfullt-gt' wvrt- Stun ,Inns-s, Itit-k Stunts, ttit-It llt-int-niun. l'i-tv lit-ntlt-r. ltit-kv f,ri-gg zintl ,lm-lx l'nlli'rlnn. tht-sv nwn i'1-pri-st-lit uni- ul that slrmigt-sl sttnzitls vu-r tu I'l'tll'4'S4'lll Sktttlit Nltllllt'il. Must ol' the-in xwri- -t-It-1-it-tt tin tht- ll. Xll-Xin:-rit'zin tvann. THEY'RE OFF- Pete Bentler defends his title in the 200-yd. backstroke against Mt. San Antonio College. , i 108 ' lhrksmen fdged 0uf of L'f1ampionsf11QD h , . V w . anml .2 11-vn1'il. tht- i,Ul'wLlll' ll't'Illt'Il lmlllf-il right elim thi- ne-xl lu thi' lust niulvh nl llw si-zlsnn. l'f'Yt'l'Sf'il. U l make the-sv si-nr:-s llIli1XilllLll5lt'. t i 3 a i i DOWN THE FAIRWAY-Chuck Weil tees oft during a golf match at Riviera Country Club. An opposing player looks on. CARL MULLENEAUX Coach N NW aa- ADVANCED "PlTCH AND PUTT" CLASS - ffirst YOWJ Moon Mullins, Chuck Weil, Don Marks, Mike Morris, fsecond rowj Sol Chattel, Bill Mott, Larry Upton, Jim Elling. City College's championship golf team 10 lwnislnng lln- Nle-tru l.mnli-i'vi1m- iluul nn-1-l svllsull xxllli un 1 ll ln lln uni' lwlnre- ln-ing sqlle-vm-al nut ln' Lung llt'Lll'll 22 ln l l in Chuck Wi-il, ,lllll lflling anal uxlltlilln Mullins xwri- lln- mp nwn uf limit-li ilurl lllllllvlimiufs crew lllllillzglll must nil Ihr year anil lnul Mullins nul lwvn time-lar-ml ine-ligihle' ln-fnrv the svunul lung lim-an-li till lln- rule-s pmlmlrly wnulel lmw ln-in :Xs ll was this was only llw sm-mul lime' ln fill:-e-n yvnrs llml the Divnl Ulggt'l'S lnlvc- lullwl lu llc for ur win thc- twill-1-Q-ilu tltlv. llw Bucs f-mlf-il Iln- sf-usull un il XVIIIIIIIIQL nulr- as llny fluwnval Yullf-y Jil lil-5 unml at Spin-Drift prvss linn- thu wvrft lllilllllllg ln the- Nl:-tru anal Slate' TUlll'IlZlIIlQ'IllF. llmullim 9 KINGS OF THE HARDCOURT-Santa Monica's con- tending racquetmen line up fkneelingl: John Ziegler, Albert Milhas, Dick Calhoun, Tim Hughes. lstandingl: Bill Hinderer, Norm Badion, Dusty Hoffman, Gulden Lloyd, and Ted Carton. SMCC OPP SMCC OPP 3Vz Glendale H ,,,..,.,, 5Vz t9 Bakersfield .w,,.,,,w ,0 6 Pasadena ...,,vA,,w., 3 'L6 El Camino .....,wA,,.. 3 7Vz Glendale ,,,,.i......,, IV: "3 Long Beach Aeee..,,,, 6 6 Ventura ,,e. ,,..... 3 'ELA Forfeit 6 Pasadena .. s .,,v., 3 'L6 Bakersfield ..,,Y.,, ..3 '4 Long Beach r....... 5 '8 El Camino ,,.,,,,.,,.. 1 '7 Valley i,,, ,,,,A.i,.... 2 '5 Valley i,,,,i...,. ,,,,,. 4 '8Vz ELA ,,., V2 'Denotes league match SAGE ADVICE-Coach Sanger Crumpacker shows Ted Carton the correct way of hitting a backhand. Racket Squad fakes Second Although losing all but one man from his 1955 aggre- gation, Coach Sanger Crumpacker guided his charges to undisputed second place in the conference standings. By edging out Valley ,IC in the last match the Corsair Tennis Team finished with a conference record of eight wins and one loss. Gulden Lloyd and Bill Hinderer led the way in the singles matches with Dick Calhoun. the only returning letter-man, seeded number three. Dropping their first match of the exhibition season to Glendale, Sw-Slfg, spirits were low, but the Corsair net- men soon rounded into shape and proceeded to win all but two matches with Long Beach, finishing the season with an overall record of twelve wins and three losses. At Spin-Drift deadline time results of the Metro, So. Calif. and State Tournaments were unavailable. MATCH POINT-That's Gulden Lloyd demonstrating his winning overhand smash. I -gn-SI? , .'1.53h9, 29' 94 e hwy, 4- u"'j GY' 0' r D, ma gif .m,,,W.. .. , ,L , . .,aQ.f f-4lr'g O 'Axfmigfl' X1-Fi A ff:-'fkv A 'mg "' " , ,En sa ff fw "'fzg ,qv -Q' W' . 4 M . V . wt if K X .ef 14 - ., wk Q 'A ur 0 if ' A? nf. if '-4,, 4, A is 7 " , ..,. -N ' ni A, ff n q A 5- ' ,gm .. i , I wif -. . , Q 1 1L.l..ll4'1 I SWIFT SPRINT- Bob Dorsey, Metro Conference 440 king, tops seven other entrants from Long Dorsey and Strauss Sfzine for Tracksters Ish-spite shortcomings in lack of depth and experience. the Corsair track squad notched fifth spot in Metro loop dual eonipetition. 'l'he einderrnen compiled three victories against four sethaeks. During the season two school records were topped and one was equaled. Iloh llorsey shaved more than a seeond ull' ol' the existing -I-10 mark, with a paee ofi18.5 run in a meet against San Diego and Long Beach. lle equals-d this req-tml in the Southern California ,IC prelims, where he also qualified for the finals of tho' 220. I L I , I : ...,T 'Q BUC SPIKESTERS-First Row: Geno Donatelli, Harry Malee, Bob Dorsey, Don Drake, Tom Iverson. Second Row: Lee Grosscup, Roy Allen, Tom Elliott, Paul Richards, Bill Tunnell, Eugene Domeno, Tom Ingersoll, Bob Pliha. Third Row: Brian Dickson, Mike Loeg- ering, Buddy Williams, Mike Higgins, Phinnie Marsh, Abdullah Awni, Bob Conway, Bob Robbins, Tom Scott CMgr.J. Absent: John Owens, Bob Newkirk, Dave Berk, Ernie Strauss. l i iBec:ch and East Los Angeles in the century. Dorsey's clocking for the 100 yorder was 9.8. Ernie Strauss cracked the mile barrier against Bakersfield, churning the four-lapper in a time of 11:25.8. It hettered the previous clocking by nearly eight seconds. The pole vault standard was tied by Paul Richards when he sailed 13 ft. in the league finals at Bakersfield. At deadline time neither Dorsey nor Strauss had been beaten in their top races. Making only three starts in the quarter, Dorsey took the top spot each time: Strauss received eight blue ribbons for his eight efforts. The only other member of the team to qualify for the Southern Cal prelims was Don Drake, who ran the rugged 2-mile. Others deserving recognition included Phinnie Marsh, Lucky Roberts, John Owens and Lee Crosscup in the field events: Mike Loegering in the 880: and Tom Elliott in the hurdles. KWTE . CINDER LEADER Coach Carl Merritt ' 'VE r D' H" - 1 ' 411 . I s 1 5 .2 1 .. . 4 l Qt 21 s v 5 . 'Z . fr E 1. if 5 H r' We .Jing 1, -, Y. . -,, -,. . ,l.--,-F-i-we Y -4- v-V -.- V pw- ' f ci,-71' HAI ? 551v,,,..-.Y ls 'A V "J, '.'. --'V-.' 599 'i 4 fat K ,nys K, BUC HORSEHIDERS-ikneelingj Bob Baker, Bud Cairns, Gary Pietila, Ken Russell, Ron Kasparian, By Gallup, Val Hoy, Ted Robinson, Rosy Casillas, Bill Howard, Ray Kasparian, Cstandingj Dick Guyot, Mike Goodman, Dick Clausen, Chuck Weston, Bill Furniss, John Gotovac, Joe Stein, Norm Kellogg, Dick Richard, Eddie Bush, Phil Herzog. Bac Diamondeers Sarpnke Corsair haseball fortunes were mighty low as the season started. for Coach Dave NcNeil. with only three lettermen from last yt-ar's squad, had quite a building job ahead of him. After the first round of play, the Bucs were bringing up the rear with a two won and four lost record, but as the Spin-Drift deadline date approached. it looked as if the horsehiders were shaking out of their doldrums and were going to come out from under. ln the last two games before press time, righthander Bill Furniss threw a four-hit 11 to 0 shutout at East Los An- geles. and the highlight of the season came in the next game as lefty Ken Russell pitched almost flawless ball, beat- ing Bakersfield 9 to 0 on a one-hitter. A bunt single on which no one covered first base proved to be the only safety of the game. Heading into the second round of play with five games remaining, the Bucs now have a four won, five lost record and are in fifth place in the conference. f DAVE MCNEIL KEYSTONE COMBO CLICKS-Shortstop Mike Goodman flips to Ron Coach Kasparian, second baseman, to start a twin killing. SEASON RECORD SM OPP 2 Pierce ...Q. ..,Y.7. I O 7 Pierce ..... .,,. 6 I Glendale .,.,. ,... 3 5 Glendale ...., .... 6 7 Pasadena .,,,. ee,e 9 3 UCLA Frosh .......... 7 W2 Valley ........ .4,.... I 5 I4 ELA ..e...,...., ..vv 5 '56 Bakersfield ..,.. ..., 5 9 UCLA Frosh .....,.... 7 "I Harbor ........ .... 4 fb El Camino ....... .... 7 "I Long Beach .4,,, ,,,, 4 "I4 Valley .,.... ....... I 2 I' II ELA ............ .... 0 '9 Bakersfield ,........... 0 1, Denotes League Game. Deadline makes remain- ing scores unavailable. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS HITTING llecgue Actionl AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG Richard ....,, ,.,,. 3 4 4 7 I I I 4 .206 Bush ,....,, .. , N36 7 I2 2 ., .. I .333 WesIon ., , .38 4 I4 I .. .. .. .368 Gallup .,.., ...,,,., 3 7 I0 I7 2 .. I 7 .459 Robinson . ,. .,.. 34 8 II 2 2 I 6 .324 Goodman .,,.,.,,.. 22 7 7 .. ,, I 4 .304 Kaspanan, Ron, , 2I 5 6 I I .. 2 .286 Hoy .. ,,...... ,..... 2 4 4 7 1 1 ,. 3 .292 PITCHING lleague Actionl IP R ER H BB K W L Heinz , , ..,... I4 I0 8 I4 7 7 0 2 Baker ..... ..... 3 -IXI3 5 3 6 I I 0 I Furniss .. ......... ..30 I2 9 23 I5 I2 2 2 Russell . ,... ..., 3 0-2f'3 24 21 27 I5 I8 2 0 1-.1 44 1'-Q. p GERALDINE SIMON Cartoonist FALL STAFF--Seated: William McRaven. Standing: Paul Hansen, Dave Berk, Dick Robinson. ....,.... ' ' YA V, .K "-v,T ...,- 1"'s.4-g- 1 U. J",,-, , N- ' '-- ,i .i . VOUNTEER STAFF-Around table: Edith Gross- man, Cec Sharp, Ethel Cohn. At typewriters: Ethel Rose Bolton, Max Stern, Mary Jo Brayton. 116 -wg, 1 1 ' 3' Me Sfaf Presents The Spin-Drift stall started the fall semester with seemingly insurmountable problems. By mid-term, there were doubts that there would even be a 1956 Spin-Drift. With only two staff members left, a Call was issued for more help. The call was answered by a volunteer staff of seven. In the spring. the stall numbered ten. and the presses began to roll again. Carrying out the theme "Now is the time . . . " the staff chose a modern design for the book. and final work began. Now, with the work done, the stall presents the 1956 Spin- Drift to the students and faculty of Santa Monica City College. fr 4 SPRING STAFF -Gene Axelrod, Bill Bronder, Dave Berk, Cec Sharp Bob Kuhn, Joe Romero, Dale Laster, Ethel Rose Bolton, Elaine Serber Not shown: Dick Robinson. FALL CORSAIR STAFF- Foreground: Lurline McDade, Jack Foster, news editor George Poole, Anton Calleia, Diane Dubuc, Background: Harold Keating, man aging editor, Sandra Buskey, Ralph Pagan, Luis Cordero, Jerry Casselman Gerry Allen. forsair Staff learns i 0 5 Production Angles While learning to become competent journalists, the Corsair staff has the responsibility of producing the campus newspaper. Cub reporters soon find that just writing stories is not the only job on a ' newspaper. Headline writing, copy reading, proof reading, and appealing to the readers are some of the other tasks necessary to produce the Corsair. Proving that they have good understanding of news, the stali' produces a paper that Buc students await anxiously every Wednesday. SPRING CORSAIR STAFF-Diane Dubuc, news editor, Steve Keating, Elaine Ser- ber, Barbara Anis, Pat Allaway, Michael Garde, Dick Sebel, Terry Gill, Max- well Stern, Lee Grosscup, Art Cook, Gerry Allen, Anton Calleia, back to camera 'E .E IQ Q3 W U33 m 'Q 2 Q fx LU 2 4 Z Z 4 Lu D J m ug 9 A Q!! .Q-S Sm? A if Q w ,Q C 6 y ller hrst principal said ol her. "the stu- dents adore her. she is a lwillllllqlll char- acterf' another wrote ol' her. "l haw neyer niet a more pleasing lt'Llt'l1t'l'.M These are just a few of the descriptions given to Mrs. :Kuna llehnike 'Xroelia in her long career of teaching. Xlthough she has only he-en on permanent assign- ment at the college since IUSI3. her line qualities have heen eu-ht-tl on the niinds tll'5lL1llt'I1lS fortunate enough to he in her classes. Mrs. 'Xrocha first started her teaching career in IUIT, after receixing her de- gree at Stanford and completing ad- vanced work at the liniversity of tiali- fornia at Berkeley and at Los ,-Xngeles. She also has attended the lvniyersity of Mexico and studied in llerniany and France. She has taught in many schools in tiali- fornia sinee 1017. and at all ol' them has left a lasting impression. Congratulations to you. Mrs. :Xroeha on four decades of devoted service. You will he missed. :Xn impressive record of 33 years of teavhing will be coming to an end this june when Mrs. Pearl Malsfaey Follmer retires. For l2 years Mrs. Folhner has been teaching at Santa Monica City College and during these years she has risen to the top in her held. She was recently honored as one of the outstanding in- structors of organ. Mrs. Follmer first came to Santa Monica in l92l after earning her degree at the liniversity of Southern California and taking advanced work at Columbia lini- yersity in New York. She formerly played the organ for eleven years in the St. James Episcopal Church of Los Angeles. We of Santa Monica City College wish you well in your retirement, Mrs. Foll- mer. and congratulate you on 35 years of devoted service. Farewell ,-Q N.- 1 ,.. 3.4 ul ,, ww.. :iv J K 6'raa'uafes l -11,-nf - ,..--... -........,....,-.,.... -,.... ...-.b, , A-. .....,.-fi W- - .,. Livcs of great 111011 all r0111i11d us YVQ' C2111 111akC our livcs sublimc, And, dCpz11'ti11g, lvavff behind us l"uu1pri11ts 1111 thv sands of Iillltw . . . Lollgfvllmx Honor Graduates PETER BENTLER EDITH GROSSMAN JOAN PETERSON FAYE THOMPSON ROBERT MARTIN ETHEL ROSE BOLTON -r' 5 KATHY BEEBE Social Studies BETTY BLAAUW Social Studies . ' l Q 4 CARL BOVERO Education CAROL BOYNTON Foreign Language CAROLINE HEYNE Letters and Science STEFAN KRUC NOEL CARPENTER Electrical Technology Theatre Arts GERALDINE CHOUINARD Speech WM fer Gradaaf FAYE CLARK CHARLES CLOSE CARL DUMONT Education Business Mathematics HARRY FELTMAN HAIK GHARIBIAN MARILYNN HACKETT Business Law Education ANN DUNHAM Education Y-ri' SANDRA HILL Letters and Science BETTY KU RTZ Theatre Arts ., X-'rr x -X f....... 2 CAROL HOWLETT Home Economics ELAINE MCCULLOUGH Pre-Nursing 3 K Q x Q? 'ir RICHARD JASTROW Political Science JAMES OGG Theatre Arts ,gg . 'K Q A , . .. . ' -- -' Lyps. ,tgmi OLLYE KINCHION Psychology RICHARD PARKER Music Education DEAN PARSONS Mathematics BELLA PATMAGRIAN Commercial Art PAT PATTERSON Business Administration LAWRENCE PEGLY Art RUTHELLA PEMBERTON Letters and Science f"i"""' "'7""'A ' 'hi ' 'v J-, 1? .hx MARIO SEMERE Medical Illustration MARY SMOTHERMAN Education MICHAEL SPARER Letters and Science IVOR STEPHENS Accounting 3 I.- IT if i1- WILLIAM POTTLE Theatre Arts K f- .19 Q51 -J rf AYAKO TAMIYA Commercial Arts 2551 Q I RONALD TANSKY Telecommunications FAYE THOMPSON Business Management KARL WERNER Engineering KATHERINE ANDERSEN DALE AVERY General Education Letters and Science WILBURT BARHAM LEONARD BLUE Engineering Letters and Science I .. 'mf V A ' tv v- V' its in sa SYLVIA ASBRIDGE General Education BARBARA BUCK Letters and Science MARGARET BAKER Letters and Science - RALPH BUSICK Engineering ETHEL COHN Letters and Science JAMES CRIPPEN General Education KENNETH CHAMPION General Education 8 px Q'-'v ' FRANK COX Engineering EDWARD CROUCH Letters and Science p. MARTIN DENYER General Education MICHAEL FREEBAIRN General Education 128 I J etc HERB ENGLANDER General Education MARILLA FUSZARD Letters and Science X-2 I JOHN ERDAG RAYMOND FERGUSON Letters and Science General Education SUSAN GRASTY JANET HAAS Letters and Science Letters and Science DONNA HODGES Letters and Science WALTER HOGUE General Education ROBERT JOHNSON Trades VICTOR JOHNSTON General Education " .ff N I 'leaf 3 DWIN KRAUSE I I I I s Trades ETTY KUHN Associate of Arts I if I a f-' xfs GUNTHER LANGE Business PAT LANGLO Letters and Science ARLEEN LEEB Pre-Dental THERESA LU RCH General Education DIANE MARKS Letters and Science MARY MCALEAVEY General Education JO JONES General Education SUE JONES Associate of Arts SHIRLEY JUTKINS General Education KENNETH KLEIN Business DOUGLAS KNIGHT Business LEONARD KOSTIN Business 1- 'as '- a .N f lv X -5, Q. X . K i L - 3 -ag 130 DONALD ROTH General Education GEORGE STAGE Liberal Arts yur MARGUERITE MYLES Associate of Arts ARTHUR NOBUYUKI Trades PHYLLIS PARRIOTT Associate of Arts SALLY PINKHAM General Education SYLVIA RAWLINGS Associate of Arts EVELYN ROSE Letters and Science BETTY SHERRIFFS Letters and Science AUDREY SUMMERFIELD General Education SALLY SILVERNALE Letters and Science GENE SOUVA Engineering i l l DOLORE5 SQUILLACE Education PHILLIP TALBERT General Education SUE SKILES . Associate of Arts -,L-1--r-5 X 1 MARGUERITE TROTTIER General Education l HAL wiicox L Architecture i Daniel Aikman William Akers Margaret Allen L Katherine Andersen Stanley Arinsberg l Sylvia Asbridge Massood Assad Dale Avery X Michael Baida Betty Baker Margaret Baker Kathryn Ball Wilburt Barham Jairo Barrera Robert Becker Kathryn Beebe Otis Bell Robert Benner Woodward Bennett W Peter Bentler ' Ronald Bernard Henry Bishop Betty Blaauw Leonard Blue Marshall Block Ethel Rose Bolton Robert Bohanon Carl Bovero Carol Boynton Barbara Buck Robert Buckley Wayne Bueche Ralph Busick James Caldwell Richard Caldwell Charles Campman Marshall Cantor Noel Carpenter Ronnie Caudle Richard Chambers Homer Caswell Kenneth Champion Geraldine Chouinard James Chubb Faye Clark Charles Close Bernard Cohen Ethel Cohn Stephen Considine Walter Converse Arthur Cook Elwin Cooke MARCIA ULLRICH General Education JOANNE ZAGALIA General Education Ewace Copeland Joan Cotter Frank Cox James Crippin Richard Crouch Max Curtis Robert Dahlen Rodney Daniel Krikor Darakiian Forest Davis Gordon Davis Raphael D'Elia Martin Denyer Robert Dinaberg Walter Dobbs James Dombrowski Ann Douglas Bishop Dawden Richard Doyle William Duchek Darryl DuFay James Duffy Carl Dumont Ann Dunham George Dunster Herbert Eder Herbert Englander Dorothy Engsberg John Erdag Hwrry Feltman Edith Feniger Ray Ferguson Norman Ferguson Florence Francis John Freebairn Paul Fushman Marilla Fuszard Larry Gale Leo Gallup Delia Garcia Paul Gerhardt Haiek Gharibians Donald Gibas Doris Gilbert Bruce Glatman Frances Godbey Sidney Golden Barbara Golling Susan Grasty Joe Gray Perry Griffin Richard Grigg FFX- f'm,'.,g, 1 1 1 "' s D SHARON WATSON General Education JOHN ZIEGLER Public Administration Graduates Robert Grimshaw Edith Grossman Janet Haas Marilyn Hackett Jacqueline Haddon Robert Hamilton James Harvey Robert Heatherington Christina Helm Joe Hendry John Hering Ernest Herlitz Raymond Hernandez Marilynn Hester Charles Hewitt Carolyn Heyne Paul Hicks Roy Higa Sandra Hill Donald Hoag Donna Hodges Roger Hague Walter Hogue Frank Holden Louis Holden Jackie Holmes Beniamin Horner Harry Howe Carol Howlett Lois Hoy Les Hoyle Robert Huebert Minoru lchiho Richard Irons Dustin Janes Richard Jastrow Robert Johnson Robert Johnson Victor Johnston Ima Jones Sue Janes Shirley Jutkins Jack Kalvin Henry Kaperl Arvin Kaplan Bernard Kaplan Arthur Katz Robert Katz Kenneth Kearsley Ollye Kinchion Ieander Kelter Fred Kiser Kenneth Klein Douglas Knight Douglas Knopik Catherine Koke Leonard Kostin Ervin Krause Stefan Kruc Betty Kuhn Fred Kulberg Betty Kurtz Frederic Kyes Leonard Lagoy Gunther Lange Margaret Langlo Margery Law Robert Lee Arleen Leeb Sander Legreid Arnold Lessing Gordon Lewin Arnold Lichen Walter Lindberg Barbara Lozabnick Donald Luke Teresa Lurch Pauline Lynch Maria Mangold Neil Mann Robert Mansperger Diane Marks William Marquardt Roger Marshall Robert Martin Philip Matsushita Peter Mau Mary McAleavey Robert McCabe Thomas McClellan Elaine McCullough Donald McGuire Rod McLennan Fred McMillan Billie McMillion Lawrence Miller PeqqY Miller Harry Minert lsamo Morimoto Frances Munro Marquerite Myles Jerry Nakagawa Edward Nesselroad Robin Nicholls I- f VIOLET WEST Associate ot Arts Arnold Niederman Arthur Nobuyuki Harry Ogg James Ogg Robert Orlando Donald Ostler Ralph Pagan Stanley Paltin Richard Parker Phyllis Parriot Dean Parsans Bella Patmagrian Patricia Patterson Albert Pattison William Paul Lawrence Pegly Ruthella Pemberton William Perlberg Joan Peterson Kenneth Petrison Sally Pinkham William Pottle Georgia Powell Beniamin Pritchard John Rathsam Jay Ramsey Sylvia Rawlings Clarence Redman Albert Reid William Rich John Rienstra Robert Reynolds Irving Robins Evelyn Rose Richard Rose Stanley Rosenfeld Donald Rosenthal Don Roth Kenneth Sanderson Daniel Sassa William Sawfelle Seymour Schart Ralph Schmidt Robert Schmidt Larry Schrock Helen Scull Mario Semere Nancy Shaw Patricia Sheatter Elizabeth Sherriffs Sally Silvernale Robert Siegel il' - sl 1 Q yy X. x lli: W 'tes t Simon: Susan Skiles Mary Smotherman Jay Snelson Gene Souva Michael Sparer Dolores Squillace Darrell Stage Ivor Stephens Willard Stevens Richard Stevenson Nate Stock Noel Stout Arthur Strong Duane Strong Andrey Summerfield Kenneth Swan Leroy Syrop Phillip Talbert Ayako Tamiya Jim Tanikawa Ronald Tansky Michi Tatsui Durley Taylor Dennis Thompson Fae Thompson Marguerite Trottier Marcia Ullrich Lawrence Upton Sue Vogel Paul Wagoner Donald Wallace Jonh Walther Robert Watson Sharon Watson James Webb Wayne Weiler Walter Weiskirch Karl Werner Violet West Harold Wilcox Clara Williams J. T. Willis Wilma Willoughby Mary Vlfolt Gary Wood Nayleen Worsham Joanne Zaaalia Jacqueline Zeigner John Ziealer Richard Zivalic r-211 ll Aerial View of Campus ...,.. Accounting Class ..,,,w,,,,,, Administration ,,vV,,,.ss,,,,,v4, Administration Building V,... Alpha Gamma Sigma ....... Art Building Patio ...,.,,,.,., Art Service Club .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Index .......l8-21 ......64 Associated Men Students ,,.,,, vYA,,,,,,,,s 5 4 Associated Student Body .......... , Associated Women Students ,c....49-51 Awards ,,..,..s,Y,,,. ,ss,,s.,,,,,,,v ,s,,Y,,,,s,, 8 6 Band ....,s.,s Baseball ssss..,,,.ss,,ss Basketball ....,.......... Book Buying Time ....,.. Camera Club ....,s...... Campus Scenes .,s...ss.s,.ss. Campus at Night ...,ss....,,AsA Catalina Conference Trip ...... Chaffee Convention ss....,,,,. Cheer Leaders ......,...ss....s Chemistry Laboratory .,,,s Chess Club ......,...s....,... Children's Theater ...A Choir .,...,....,,,,.,,.V... Christmas ,.,..,,,.,,,,,,, Class Break ....,......,...,.,., Class Division Pages ....... Class Instruction ....A...... Club Title Page ..c.,... Clusters Club ....,.,,. Commerce Club ..,,.,.. Council of Presidents Commission at Work .s,.ss.. Contents Page ....s,..,,,.. Continentals Club ,... Coronettes .,s.....,.... Corsair Staff s,...... Corvettes Club ...,....., Cosmetique Club ....., Credits ......s ,s,...s.... Cross Country s,,. Dance sss..,.. ssss DECA Club .,..... Dedication i.....,... Drill Team ., sssss,,,,.. ,. Easter Assembly ., Ebbtide ,,.. L ssAs,,..s Engineers at Work ,is.sss Epsilons , ssss .,. 6, Faculty Division Pages ssss 6 Faculty . 6 Farewell ,i..,.., I isi.s.ss 6 Future Teachers Club ..i... Football .,.As.....sssss.......... ...,......'IO9 Graduate Division Pages ....... ..,. Golf ....s,.....s ,... ,is.,..,,. . . . Graduates V .,........,... , ., Gymnastics s.... .,s.. Hello Week . H114-II5 ..IOI-IO5 2.0.75 ...mol-62 s.s,.,44-45 .....88, 91 .......38-39 ......63 ......73 ..s..,73 .,..,.64 ......52 62, 76-77 ,.,......Il7 ....,.68 ...,..74 I 34 M,...99 ......88 ....ss7'I ,.....62 T36 ..,..,47 422.16-I7 ,.c.c.I6-34 I9 ....,.94-98 ,.12O-'l2'l .,.,.,I23-131 ..,,,,,...'lO6 .,,.s,'I4-'l5 History Class ......,.... Homecoming ,.........,.. Homecoming Queen Homework Time .....,.. Honor Graduates .,.,. Huxley Club ,................ Index ,.....,.......s.......,,4.. International Friendship Jazz Club ................,..,,,. Jazz Concert ,,,..,,...,,,,, Lunch Time ,..,.,......, Marching Band ,...,.. March of Dimes .,....ss... Memorial Tower ...,..c.. Merchandising Displays Miss Spin-Drift ,...c.....,.. Modern Dance ..........,... Music Library .....,...,.... Music Practice Rooms ss... On the Air ................cc Opheleos ..........,.,..,. Organist ........ ........78-80 .......79 ,,....s,I23 Club ........ c,,..,. 7 O .......85 .......76 ......A89 I8 ..,,.,..58-59 ..,....9O .......85 .......67 s,.....9'I Parking Area ,...,......c..,..,,...cc.. ....,.. 'I 2 Patio View ...........c.....c.,. Patrons Association Award ,c..,., ,,.,.,,.,, 8 6 Personnel ,.............c,.,...c Photography ,scs.... Pre Med Club ......., Print Shop .......,.... Psychology Club ....c Quotation ..........,. Radio Club .,..cc... Rainy Day .,......,...... Registration .......,s.....s.... Rifle and Pistol Club ..,.,.. Scribblers cc...,cccc.c......,. Silhouette ...,.........,..... Ski Club .......................c. Sport Division Pages ....,. .......,35-37 .....s.7'l ,......43 .......,72 .,....I22 ..,.....73 .......85 ..,....I5 .......68 ....,,..4O-41 .,..,..,,,. ..7O ,.......,,.92-93 Spin-Drift Staff ................,......,..s ...... I 16, I35 Spring Student Body Officers ,.....cc. ........ 5 O-51 Student Body Officers' Banquet ....,.. .......... 4 9 Student Body President , Swimming ....cc..c.,,....,., Talent Show ..s.,...c.,....,... Television Shop ....... Tennis .,c,cscs.,...s..,c..,... Theater Arts Guild .,..,. Theater Department ,.,,s, Time Flies .Y.,........,,,.. Toys for Tots ....,., Track ....cc.,c.......,.. ......T07-08 ........'lIO ...,....8I-84 ...........I33 'I I-I I3 Vets Club ,s....,.......,.. ...........,. 7 2 Vocational Division ..... ........ 4 5-47 Walk Way ........................ .......... 4 8 Water Polo ,......................., ........ 'I 00 Women's Sport Title Page ..,.............,,............ 55 Women's Sports ..c,,....... Young Women's Christian Association .......... 72 Zoology Class .......,....... ill.,-5.4 X , KJ: Now is the time to pause briefly during the busy day to note the fleeting hours of time 3 t 1 I Credit IIS' Due .... 'llhe trementlous task of protlueing our 1956 Spin-Drift was liglltenetl con- sill e-1'1 ihly with the able assistance of numerous persons, so we extend special thanks tt v..., I MIK IPOSTEII antl ,IOSEIJH t1IR'XI'I,O. Fall and Spring tionimissioi 1t-1 's of Vuhlieations. who servetl as sales Campaign ellairnien . . . their salesmen were eomposetl of members of the IIORYETTES. CONTI- NENT:Xl,S, El'Sll.ONS. antl Ol'llEl.EOS. as well as the Salesmanship Class taught by Nllillll.-XY R. LEWIS . . . JOHN BVCEI.. and MITRR.-XY S CEE printers . . . KEN STEYENEH antl MXN DEEN,-X and the California Year- li titn k Cover Iluiltl . . . ROBICRT MIQHL. VINIIIC NEWCOMER and the Nletropolitan Engravers . . . ROBERT Il. FERGISON of Douglas Aircraft tlo. for the excellent aerial view of our campus . . . DEI, HAGEN STUDIOS for gratl antl faeulty photos . . . MRS. HOVILIA WILSON for her assistanee in making the gracluate pietu 1'f' appointments . . . M.-XX SPECHT, Santa Nlonit-it llity College photography instructor '... ,l:XlNlES BOWERS. MRS. 'l'llEllES X FI'IlX'l'IlIiHS, and MRS. lNl:XRC.XRE'll 'l'Ol.lNl,-XN of the eollege's ' financial ollit-e for assistance during the sales campaign . . . WlI,I.t.,XM J. 'I'll'XtIKIiR. sales aclvisei '... "MISS SPIN-DRIFT" eontestants. who were tIl.'Xlll'l':X l5'Xl3l3l'll'l'. SISIE S:XIilil.ER. DE.-XNNX MEDISY, and .IO ,IONES . . . 'IIIIE COLLEGE t1l'S'l'OIJIfXNS for k c't' ping the olliee free ol' tht- friglitening aecuniulations of papers and other learings lying arountl alll t-i' class ...' l'llE IIOIIS.-XIII for help in the sales eampaign antl puhlivity . . . 'IIIIE fXIt'l' SliliX'ltIlC lII.I'lS for sales eampaign posters . . . antl fXl,l, tIOlIS'XlllYll,l,E that took time tluring tht- busy year to pose for our Spin- Ilrift plmtograpliers elironieling pietorially the eventful '36 year. a SIMM: x 1 l l ,1 A l 1 l 1 T J I LAYOUT ' Dave Berk Q 'I , Richard Robinson l I William McRaven it PRODUCTION Geraldine Simon, Art ll Ethel Rose Bolton, Production xl 4' xi rl ' SECTION EDITORS William McRaven Faculty El Celia Sharp Classroom Graduates Hi Dave Berk Sports qi Gene Axelrod Associate Sports l V i 5 .l l l l F 4 I 4 1 l 'l it I 4 I w l V 1 I f il 4 I l We. ' as ' nfl, -Y , M , use Bill Brander Assistant Sports CONTINUITY Dave Berk Max Stern Gene Alxelrod Elaine Serber Richard Robinson, Clubs, Organizations I . PHOTOGRAPHERS Joe Romero Dale Laster Robert Kuhn William McRaven Norman Wexler Lew Nichols Paul Hansen ADVISER Florence J Vlach sffoy 954- SL "-v'm.1 .L v. ax ,,,n..7r-,..7. .. , . , ,Qgfkiei-:gif 1. . 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