Stockton College - El Recuerdo Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1938
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Text from Pages 1 - 254 of the 1938 volume:
CHARLES E. CORBIN
COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC
Who from 1914, when he entered the
College as a teacher of mathematics, un-
ceasingly down to the present day has
given his love and his devotion to the
cause of education, we dedicate this thirty-
third edition of the 1938 Naranjado. w w
ROM the beginning of work upon the 1938
Naranjado, the aim of the staff has been to present
Life in College which will have as much interest when
viewed years from now as when its pages are first
opened. To accomplish this purpose, we have divided
the book into sections of school life, presenting the
hurdles each undergraduate must pass. Starting with
Registration, we have recorded the events as they have
occurred, some oi them overlapping, until Finals, the last
section devoted to those who have passed, the Graduates,
Book i . Registration
Book ii . Mici-Terms
Book iii I. Book- Reports
Book iV . Term Papers
Book V . Finals
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DR. J. STOWE BALLARD . . '86
MRS. MARTHA R. AMOS BUCK '77
BISHOP CHARLES WESLEY BURNS
Honorary LI D '32
ROBERTA BURLAND . . . '37
GEORGE CRANE Jr. . . '3I
MERLE ELLIOTT . . 'I9
ALBERT D. FIELD . . . . '29
HENRY C. GESFORD . . '8I
GRACE KINNEY . . . 'll
EDWARD LIPPITT . . . '82
ARNOLD PAUL . . . . x'35
MRS. JOHN C. WERRY . . '87
TULLEY C. KNCDLES
COLLEGE GE TI-IE PACIFIC
N A R A N J
DWAYNE GR TQN
STOCKTQN J-R. CQLLEGE
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James H. Enrsun
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Deering G. Pease
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Fred I.. Farley
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PaHon Carfer Bodley
Breeden Crabbe Richards Jacoby
A successTul adminisTraTion l4niTTing TogeTher
in closer uniTy The senior and junior colleges was
' The ouTsTanding achievemenT oT Louis Sandine,
presidenT oT The PaciT' S
ic TudenT AssociaTion, and
his hard-working cohorTs.
PresidenT Sandine, bringing To The all-impor-
TanT posiTion a well-balanced experience based
upon Three-years oT exTensive debaTing, Turned in
a job as chieT sTudenT adminisTraTor ThaT was clear- '
cuT and progressiv b
e, oTh as To policy and
Holding oTher viTal posTs in The sTudenT admin-
isTraTive body and lending laudable supporT To The
Torward-looking p-rogram oT The chieT execuTive
were The Tollowing popular undergraduaTe oTTicers:
Jane Kingdom, vice-presidenT: Roy Cencirulo, Treas-
urer: and Ann Blundell, secreTar
These were names To conjure wiTh when The
subiecT oT eTTicienT sTudenT governmenT is raised.
They Tormed a quarTeTTe oT real undergraduaTe
leaders leaving a record oT high eTTiciency Tor
TuTure Bengal sons and daughTers To shooT aT.
The presidenT's "cabineT" mighT be
an appropriaTe synonym Tor The loyal.
energeTic group oT sTudenT advisors
known as The ExecuTive CommiTTee.
ln The pasT year, Through The eTTorTs
oT This key commiTTee, The PaciTic STuh
denT AssociaTion has beneTiTed greaTly.
Among The imporTanT bills and business
p-assed on were lil planned alloTmenTs
Tor The insTallaTion oT resT rooms in Bax-
Ter STadium lrelieving a very uncanny
siTuaTionlg l2l seTTing oT an earlier daTe
Tor The annual P. S. A. elecTions lThe
l938 poll was conducTed a monTh earlier
Than OT yorel: l3l TurTher paymenTs on
The valuable P. S. A. properTy, The
Childress swimming pool.
OTher noTeworThy achievemenTs OT
The chieT sTudenT governing body were
The Third Annual Mardi Gras, PaciTic's
biggesT and besT social evenTg The pre-
elecTion poliTical rally, marking a new
precedenT1 and The sending oT a dele-
gaTe, George Bralye, To The NaTional
STudenT FederaTion oT America conven-
Tion aT Albuquerque, New Mexico.
EaTon. Ripp l h
B P k B ly
don, Blund ll V P k
C irulo, Farl y P
Ferroggiaro, C Il F y
nch, S dine
The STudenT ATTairs CommiTTee began
operaTion in The Fall oT T937 under The
chairmanship oT George Bralye. buT be-
cause conTlicTing acTiviTies would prevenT
his having suTTicienT Time Tor This posi-
Tion, he wiThdrew Trom The commiTTee.
Ben Alexander was selecTed To occupy The
chairmanship Tor The resT oT The year.
The oTher members chosen by Presi-
denT Sandine are: Alice I-lall, SecreTaryg
Mona Bell l-lench, Virginia Sack, Minnie
Sawyer, Dick Loomis, Duane Sewell,
Problems oT parking, The library sysTem,
special Trains, and STudenT Body dances
were iTems oT business in The meeTings oT
The mosT rankling quesTion To conTronT
The commiTTee This year was The parking
problem. When regulaTions conTinuecl To
be broken aTTer PresidenT Louis Sandine
had broughT Them beTore The STudenT
Body, a sysTem oT Tines was drawn up
wiTh The cooperaTion oT CompTroller RIT-
Ter, and presenTed To The sTudenTs. STill
There were enough sTudenTs wiTh deTicienT
school spiriT To make The TraTTic siTuaTion
Finally. aTTer geTTing The permission oT
The STockTon Fire ChieT, a sysTem oT
blocking oTT parT oT The campus sTreeTs
was TormulaTed. The chains and posTs
will be seT up This summer, and will guar-
anTee To nexT year's commiTTee Treedorn
Trom The TraTTic problem.
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Every woman member oT The sTudenT
body Tinds a place in The organizaTion
known as The AssociaTed Women STU-
denTs, oT which she auTomaTically be-
comes a member upon regisTering in The
college. Numerous Tields oT acTiviTy are
oTFered Through This medium, ranging
Trom The Big SisTer-I.iTTle SisTer move-
menT To managing The Cub I-louse, The
A. W. S. Tea Room.
Maradean Pease, Big SisTer chairman,
was in charge oT The TradiTional parTy
given To liTTle sisTers, SepTember sevenTh.
during Freshman Week. The aTTair was
a Raviola Dinner held in The gymnasium.
In mid-semesTer an elecTion was held To
Till The places oT PresidenT Julianne Rals-
Ton and Vice PresidenT ..laneT Cole who
were granTed leave oT absence. The
resulTs oT The elecTion were Delphine Fer-
roggiaro PresidenT and BeTTy Rae STone
Vice PresidenT. A TalenT ParTy was held
and each living group on The campus con-
TribuTed To The enTerTainmenT. I.aTe in
March, a TheaTre ParTy was held aT The
Fox CaliTornia TheaTre. Over a hundred
women aTTended The evenT, which was
in charge oT BeTTy Rae STone. AT The
Tinal meeTing in May, BeTTy Anne SmiTh,
Genevieve Moran, Jane STuarT. and BeTh
Dodds reporTed on The CenTral CaliTornia
lnTercollegiaTe AssociaTed Women STu-
denTs Comcerence held aT The UniversiTy
Back row. Farley. Griffifhs, WenTz, Fisher, Sfarr V
Fronf row: McGhan, Milberry, Childs
This year's Rally Commiffee sfarfed ouf wiTh Two sfrikes called on iT. AT The
ouTseT of The Tall season, The group was handed a blow when Presidenf Sandine's
original selecfion for The imporfanf posT of chairman, Dick Pafriguin, was unable To
come back To school. l-lowever, wifh The appoinfmenf of Bob Wenfz To Till The
vacancy, Things began To hum and The Rally Commiffee performed iTs funcfion well.
No rally commiffee is any beTTer Than The people who comprise and Take acfive
parT in iT. To The following is due much of The creclif for The snappy, highly original
rallies presenfed ThroughouT The year: Trevor Griffifhs, James Fisher, Pafricia Mil-
berry. Laura Lou Childs, Beverly McGhan, Ed Koehler and Phil STarr. These lasf Two,
in parficular, did much To liven up The assemblies and generafe plenfy of Thaf old
ln acldifion To The novel "pep" programs, The Rally Commiffee arranged for
special Trains To Los Angeles, Berkeley and Reno for The U. S. C., California and
Nevada games, respecTively.
R A J' D
The Class of '38, headed by Vincenf
Peck, had a lasf year af Pacific whi h
is bound fo remain
Pro fh " " '
m e word go, oufgoing seniors
made fheir final semesfers af C. O. P.
fhe liveliesf of any, from an acfivify
l-lighspof of fhe year's acfivify, from
fhe angle of imprornpfu and unloolced
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or fhrills, was fhe snow frlp fo Pinecresf.
A large delegafion of seniors and friend
were frapped by a blizzard and snowed-
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in or a nighf af Cold Springs lnn.
The Senior Sneak, an evenf surrounded
b h '
y muc secrecy. was anofher irnporfanf
class proiecf, successfully carried ouf by
fhe execufive commiffee of fhe l
consisfing of Peck, Vice-presidenf Paf
oberfs, Treasurer Mick Parsons and Sec-
refary Paf lvlillberry.
Culrninafion of a busy year was
reached wifh The Senior Ball fhe annu l
dinner dance held during fhe lasf weelf
FRANCIS Fl NNEY
Showing a spiriT ThaT promises To make
Them one oT PaciTic's ToremosT group oT
seniors, The members oT The Class oT '39
carried ouT in Tine Tashion The varied
program ThaT was ploTTed Tor Them by
Headed by Francis Finney. The ediT-
ing prexy. The Junior class did greaT
Things under The direcTion oT Their execu-
Tive board which also included Vice-
presidenT Junan Bronzich, Treasurer Jack
Roscelli and SecreTary Minnie Sawyer.
l-lighlighTing The acTiviTy oT The Third-
year men land womenl were The Junior
Class l-layride and The Junior-Senior
Prom. The l-layride. under The energeTic
chairmanship oT Doug Wilson, was a
combinaTion oT a Louisiana TesTiyal and
dance, wiTh The laTTer phase oT The pro-
gram being conducTed aT The Growers'
l-lall. Friday. May I3, hoodoo was deTied
by The Juniors in sTaging This evenT.
The Prom was held aT The l-loTel SToclc-
Ton. June 4. wiTh Ed Koehler heading
The commiTTee in charge oT arranging
The gala aTTair.
1Sand+ E. Ward
The undefeafed Class of '4OI
Thaf's fhe way proud sophomores felf
affer fhe annual Frosh-Soph Brawl in fhe
fall. Nof fhaf fhe Sophs won. All fhaf
'rhey gol' ouf of if was a fie, fanfamounf
fo a moral vicfory because of smaller
forces. The Class of '40 was vicforious
in fhe Brawl as freshmen.
Officers Arf Irish, Jane Jordan, Ivlaryly
Lyons and' Diclc Morrall Icepf fhis class
socially conscious all year. Several novel
evenfs, including picnics and dances, were
promofed under fhe energefic guidance
of fhe sophomore execufives.
Biggesf single evenf on fhe Soph cal-
endar was fhe Graduafion Informal, hon-
oring iunior college grads, held af fhe
A promising crop oT neophyTes goT oTT
To a good sTarT in The Annual Brawl, hold-
ing Their own againsT The mighTy sopho-
C rr ing The same spiriT Through
mores. a y
oTher acTiviTies, The Freshman class Turned
in a commendable record, in 1 I g
To The PaciTic picTure.
OTTicers oT The Class oT '4I were: Jack
Collins, presidenTg Jean STrong, vice
Tar ' and
presidenTg Al Kragar, secre y,
Glenn Harder, Treasurer.
Social evenT oT The year, Trom The
Treshman sTandpoinT, was The Frosh-Soph
Dance aT The CocoanuT Grove in Novem-
b T d
ber. The Frosh execuTives colla ora e
well wiTh The Soph big-wigs in making The
dance a success.
J 0SEPn BLANEY Km,
MAE Blsnor X'39
ll0N LINDEEN x'40
VERA SCHMIDT X940
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wn an Ellen Van Vollcenberg-
inTernaTionally lcnown Tigures in The TheaTre world-DeMarcus Brown TirsT produced
plays Tor PaciTic in I924 Rapidly rowi
. g ng response Trom STOcl4Ton audiences soon led
To The esTablishmenT OT "Pa 'T' L'TTl " ' '
ci ic I e TheaTre , an Organizahon ThaT has .now pre-
senTed IIO major prOducTiOns. PerTOrmance sTandard i ' cl'
b . . .
s in icaTed by The TacT ThaT
ay region reviewers, STOclcTOn criTics, l-lollywood TalenT scOuTs, and OuT-OT-Town Tol
lowers are seen among The large audie T
nces O STOclcTOn paTrOns and PaciTic sTudenT
Tans. PresenTing The Onl re l T
y gu ar s age prOducTiOns in STockTon, The OrganizaTiOn has
become in realiTy a "college-cOmmuniTy" TheaTre.
us OT PaciTic, and sTuolenT OT Maurice Bro d
ArThur Parey one OT De lvl B
, arcus rOwn's Tormer prOminenT players, reTurned in l932
aTTer advanced work aT NOrThwesTern UniversiT T b
y. O ecome business manager, arriv-
ing in Time To help prOmOTe The OuTdOOr TheaTre proiecT. This year, John Crabbe
experienced on professional and colle T
ge s ages. became sTaTT sTage manager. I-Ie
recenTly supervised a TheaTr b 'ld' '
e ui ing prOlecT aT Fresno STaTe College, and had been
p-rOTessional sTage hand and radio announcer. l-le is bu'ld' ' " '
H1 . . . . .
i ing up sTaging TaciliTies and
eir eTTiciency, and malcing possible radio developmenTs Tor The LiTTle TheaTre.
The l.iTTle TheaTre's l4Th season opened wiTh The WesT COasT premier OT "Excur-
sion", Tollowed by "By CandlelighT", "The Silver Cord", and "Dracula". The season
was compleTed under The sTars in The beauTiTul OuTdoOr TheaTre wiTh One perTOrm-
ance OT lvlilne's inTriguing TanTasy, "The lvory Door".
One OT The big hiTs OT The year aT l.iTTle TheaTre perTOrmances was The excel-
lenT enTr'acTe music supplied by The TiTTeen piece l.iTTle TheaTre OrchesTra under
direcTiOn OT Lawerence ShOrT. Play reviewers mor Th
e an Once cOmmenTed On The audi-
ence response TO This brillianT music, and declared This year's OrchesTra Tops in l.iTTle
Mrs. Filchel., .....,... .,.. ..A,,,,....,. E v elyn Barnell
Mr. Filchel ,,,.,,... Forresl Greenberg
Gilchrisl .,., .,,.,.,.r......., E ugene Minson
Aiken ,,.,,.,,.,, rr.., ....,.,..e.,,,e.e..e. J u lian Ellis
Candy Boys rr... .. .......,.,.,,.... Bud Meyers
Tessie .,....,.,s..,.....,,..,.,,.. A. s,..r.s.. Palricia Milberry
Mrs. Loschavio ..,..,..,.r..,s.,,,.,,...,, Faye Lovegren
Eileen Loschavion. .... .. ,.,,,,.., Marilyn Denloni
Lee Pilrman .,... .....4.....,.,, ,....... M a riorie Mainard
Richard Piiman sis..,....,.l,.,,..,..ssA,.ss.... Clair Tallon
Pal Sloan ...........s..... ,V,sss, R odney Randall
Woods A....,.....,,..,.,,,,., .i..........,
y ,,..,,.,..s,.,oo,., sooois.,.,,.,o..o.ir,r..i.........,.. D an Looney
Mike ,,,.,,.,,,,s,......A.4.....,, .,......i...,. W illiam Kirkman
Mac Coleman ....,.....,., ,.,,,.,.. R oberl Woolen
Miss Dowdy .,........,.. ....,, .,,...,..,.........., J a ne'r Cole
Marlha .......,,.,.... ,......,.s...,.,., J ean Srnilh
Lollie ..............s..,..... ,..,,.,..,s... M argarel' George
Mrs. Boomer ,.s. .Bobbin Gay Peck
Mr. Boomer ,...,........,..,,..............,,..s,s.s.... Max Gobel
Junior Boomer ,.s.....,. ., o.,.,.. James Corson, Jr.
Caplain Obadiah Rich ....,,.s.. ,,,Roberi Eley
Llnlon s,,css..c..,s....c.,...,.....,,.,.,..........,,s Marlin Shearer
Y y Smilh, Independent
Lasi nigh? ihe acfing, seis, coslumes. direclion, lighlinq d
Technical all filled fogefher lo form a balanced whole, a Th g
all loo uncommon in 'rhe lhealre where one of The oils d
parlmenls is usually inferior or superior +o fhe resl "
Mrs. Phelps ......,...
David ..A,,.....AAAAAA AA
The Silver Cord
John Hobart San Francisco Chronicle:
"The performance was smoolh. The aclors were proficiem' and The audience
was large. ll may be safely rcporfed lhal drama in Sfoclrlon is in good healihf'
Mel Bonnell, Slocldon Record:
"The College of The Pacific Liifle Thealre veniurecl info The gay, smart and
sophisiicaied 'Field of wha? crilics like To call "Coniinenial comedy," in an enlar-
laining, if nol brilliant produciion of "By Candlelight" lasl night"
Prince Rudolph l-laseldorf-Schlobiilen. .,.,..,.. Kennelh Slowell
Josef. his valel ....i.....,.,i,,.......,..,.,,...,..,..,,.............,, .,......,., R oloeri Eley
Baron Von Rischenheim .,.,..,...,,,c A,..,,,,.,..,, L alla Ross
Baroness Von Rischenheim. ,....,..,.,,..,...... Sibyl Lords
Liserl ,,..,.,.. ..4... c .c.. c ..,s,,,, ss..Faye Lovegren
Marie ,........... c,.,..............,,,,,.,... ,,,..,,.,,, V a da Ward
A Waiier ,A,.,ss..,.,....,...c...,,.,,iw..., ,,v,.,,,,,,, M ax Sobel
Koepplce. a chauffeur ......,.,,, ,ui,,,,,,,,, A Iberi Miller.
Direclor De Marcus Brown
Vocal ancl Chorus: Frances Bowerman
C cl + Horace I. Brown
Dancing' Mae Shaw
Fanclielle ....W..WW V.,.,.,. r . ,r...... Virginia Brown
Nanelle ,.,.,,A,,,.., .,,.....c,c,c,r.... .....,,,,,,,, .c,r ....,4r,..,....., . .,.,,. M a r g arel George
Bebe ................c,.,.,,.....,...,,,......,.....,...,,...... - .r.,..,.......r......... ..,.,.,...... V erna Dunsian
General Le Marquis De Villefranclfie .c,,,,,,,,A,cc ,,ccl,AA,,.A, l-l uberl While
Mrs. l-liram Benl ........,...,..,,......,.....,,.......,,..,....,........, ..,......,..,, A nn Blunclell
Francois .........,.......... ,.,..,.....lc..., ...,, .........A...., P i e rce Young
Mms. Cecile ...,,.,.,.ii.ci.Ac.Ai.,i,.c....c...cci.,c .ci..,...... Nelda Ormislon
Gaslon ..,..............,...,....,,,,,...,,...,.,.,..,,...,,....,.,,.i,.i,,,cc,iiA...,4cciic,.A., . c,icc, ,,i.,...,..,.. W illiam Workman
Caplairi Elienne De Bouvray .......,.......r..,.......,,ic..,.,.,.....i...,..... ........,,.............r.... E rwin Ruff
l.ieu'r. Rene La Mollre .,.,..................., Douglas Taylor
l-lenri De Bouvray .... - ........ William Ramsay
Marie Louise .......,aa,,, Belly Groves
l-llram Benl .,......,.,.,........,..,............ l'lOwarol Thurslon
Ruih Coward, Peggy Breed, Barbara Siewarr. Helen Arbogasr, Barbara Harrison, Claribel Coffman, Alice Tilron.
Beverly Miller, Alice Michelson, Helen Hall, Minnie Sawyer, Frances Richardson, Grace Riiberg, Margarei Lee.
Richard Briggs, John Lucas. Philip Srarr. Louis Morse, Alvin Liedslrand, Paul Taylor. William Scanflebury, Eu-
gene Minson, Kennelh Farr, Henry Hobson, Roy Berry.
Louis Farone, Harmon Ginn, Vincenl Peck, Russel Aillcen.
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Lawrence Shorl, Irva Riclrson. Norman Lamb,
Ridell, Alberr Miller, Corinne Andrews, Roberi
Waller Bells, Jeanne Weir, Shirley Ross, Evelynne Ward, Philip Hood, Genevieve Moran, Alfred Ragerh,
Siegfried, Edward Simonsen. Primo Yob, William Peron. Euvalle Enderlin, Burke Broadley, Eugene Roche,
Srine, Merle Morlon. Millon Kwale.
Yancey Smirh of The lndependeni said:
"The se'H'ings-The work of DeMarcus Brown-noi only added a beauiiful background fo 'rhe piece, buf
favorably in qualify wifh any designs seen on any sragef'
Mel Benneil of The Sfoclcion Record said:
". . . anolher well deserved lriumph for Norma Benfley."
. . Anne Blundell nearly slapped rhe show wirh her lfearure number."
. . highlighis of ihe chorus were The smashing iirsr acl finale and The male chorus in "The Mascof of The
Performances given by The Sludio Thealre include:
The Tenls of The Arabs ....,.,..,....,.,e..,.A..,.,,e,..A,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,V,,,,,, ,,,..A,4eV,.,.,,,,,, M Ona Belle I-Iengh
The Phanlom ......,.......,........... ......,.A.......,.. M arion Akers
The Lower Deplhs ,.....,.,.r,eeeA,,,Ae,,,,,,, ,,A,,,4.,,,.AeA,44.,,..,, E d Lyons
A Chrislmas Carol ,....,,...,,,e.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, AAAA,AA.A,,,,, P 5+ Millben-y
The Second Mrs. Tangueray s..s...,,.,,.,
The Affairs of Analol ......,...,.....,,..,,,,c,,,,,,,,,,
l-leldi .......................,.................................,.rc......... .........
.-.,,,Bobbin Gay Peclc
The lmporlrance of Being Earnesr ,.,,,,cAscc,, iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii T V ada Ward
Bonds of lnleresl ........................,....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,4
Scenes From 'rhe Life of Abraham
Sweel Sui+e"'," ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,4,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4
" Original play by l-luberiWhi1'e.
LincolnM"'.,. ,,...,.,.,. Evelyn Barnelr
3' Original musical comedy by Harold Rogers.
J' Produced for College ol Pacific Depulafions, and performed for
II California Junior College assemblies.
The Affairs of Analol l-laid
S T Th Lf fAb h L ln.
"Sludio Thea+re," newesl subsidiary lo Pacific Lillle Thearre, designed as a work-
shop for sludenl ac1'ors. playwrighls and designers, has presenled a playbill so varied
and so well done Jrhal ir has developed a following and repu+aJrion on ils own merils.
During 'rhe currenl season, Jrwelve direclors have been given lhe opporlunily of pro-
ducing plays for public performance, I3l acling roles have been casl, and lwo
Tonls ol 'lhe Arabs
The Lower Deplhs
The Second Mrs. Tanqueray
wrirersnhave had iheir original scripls produced. The Siudio develops acling ialenr
for rnalor Lilrle Thealre casling, gives furure direclors ac'rual experience, and pro-
vides an imperus To new aulhorship. H is Jrhe mosl acrive s+uden+-operaled campus
rhearre in California.
Miss Wells s...,,..... ....,.,.. . ,... B obloin Gay Peck
Jonarhan Harker ,,sssssssss as .,... Forresl Darby
Dr. Seward ..,.,.....ss,,s.,.,,,...s s,.s..,,s . Henry Holoson
Abraham Van Helsing... ssss.... . ...,, M, ,,sss Roberl Eley
R. M. Remfield ....,,. .,,......, . . ,.... . ...,. Richard Palriquin
Burlervvorlh .,,.aa,r, M ,..ss M M rss..,..,..s.s Kennerh Sfowell
Lucy Seward ..... . ,,.. M c,cHolly von Ehrenberg
Counl Dracula is A A ......,s, Huloerl While
Mel Bennefl. Sloclclon Record, said:
,, . .
Once again Roberl Eley proved 'rhal he is one of fha rnosf lalenfed and versa-
iile performers fo Tread The Lilfle Thoalre boardsfl
R J D
JOHN GILCHRIST ELLIOT
Dean of The ConservaTory
H e Brown, Dean Elliot Percy Grainger
Dean oT The ConservaTory-John Gil-
chrisT EllioTT. More Than The menTor OT This
organizaTion, he is The Top-pesT oT Top-noTch
insTrucTors oT piano here, and a brillianT re-
ciTalisT. Mr. EllioTT comes To PaciTic Trom
NorThwesTern UniversiTy. l-lis was no easy
Task-To Till The shoes oT our Tormer Deans-
T-loward l-lansen, now DirecTor oT The EasT-
man School oT Music, and Charles M. Dennis,
now DirecTor oT music oT The San Francisco
Schools. The versaTile lvlr. EllioTT has more
Than compeTenTly handled The aTTairs oT The
ConservaTory in These lasT Tew years. The
enrollmenT in music courses is growing, The
calibre oT pericormance is beTTering, The
audiences are larger. l-le oT The inTecTious
laugh and The amazing vocabulary is pros-
pecTive sTudenT inTerviewer, advisor, insTruc-
Tor, business manager, correspondenT, pub-
liciTy commiTTee, and arranger oT programs.
Percy Grainger, celebraTed pianisT,
composer, and conducTor, was broughT To
PaciTic in honor oT The SixTieTh anniversary
oT The ConservaTory. lvlr. Grainger was
mosT enThusiasTically received as piano solo-
isT in The ConcerTo wriTTen by his Tamous
Triend Edward Grieg, played wi+h The Col-
lege OrchesTra which was splendidly direcT-
ed by lvlr. Brown.
The sixlielh aniversary means more lo Jrhe
Conservalory Than a year-mark-il has been a
year of abundance for all irs deparlmenls-Slring
lnslrumenrs, Woodwind and Brass lnslrumenfs,
Voice, Piano, Organ, Conduclring, Composilion,
Music Educalion. The performing groups, all of
Jrhem, are larger and more prolicieni lhan in The
pasl-if has been a year 'rhal will long be re-
The program of aclivilies has been Tremen-
dously full and varied-lilleen vocal and inslru-
menlal ensembles, bi-weekly, Chapel programs,
recilals. solo classes, special music for communijry
affairs. lhe Thursday nighr dances in The gym.
Band Frolic, concerls, praclice-rooms and sludios
humming, Mu Phi and Phi Mu, oralories, "Made-
The Conservalory of The College of Jrhe Pa-
cilic, besides preparing ils sludenls for profes-
sional worlc in The field of music, aims 'ro give
lhem a broad baclcground-music for Jrhe enioy-
menl of parlicipalion, for The developmenl of
slcills and an underslanding apprecialion-music
in 'rhe area of Jrhe fine arls.
e Ordering of Moses"
"The College oT The PaciTic OrchesTra has been ap-praised as being unquesTion
ably The besT in The hisTory oT The insTiTuTion"--Naraniado I935. This same orchesTra
enlarged, and seasoned by Tour years oT proTessional Training under The skillTul leader
ship oT l-lorace l. Brown, reached a grand climax in This year's Spring ConcerT. So well
synchronized was This group oT sixTy-Tive musicians, ThaT The inTernaTionally Tamous solo
isT, Percy Grainger remarked upon This amazing sTudenT orchesTra
DirecTor l-lorace Brown is a conducTor oT greaT value-his work is always done
wiTh a Tine inTerpreTaTion and Thoroughness Tha+ demands proTessional Tinish l-lis
wide experience and splendid musicianship are given To The ConservaTory as a violinisT
conducTor, and insTrucTor.
DirecTed by J. Russell Bodley, The
chorus This Tall presenTed The Tra-
diTional "Messiah" oT l-landel. The
spring oraTorio was The wesTern pre-
mier oT "The Ordering oT Moses" by
The combined chorus, orchesTra,
pianisT, organisT, numbered well over
Two hundred. and Mr. Bodley hand-
led well This diTTiculT work ThaT so Tar
has been presenTed only by proTes-
sional group-s in The EasT.
ll - f A, , ,V-.-U V
Ml Q rTeT
Barnes Hull Ginn Taylor Aif en
The smaller groups oT The ConservaTory play a parT
imporTanT Though inconspicuous. The quarTeTs exisTing as
separaTe uniTs, make The ConservaTory acTiviTies known
TarTher aTield by represenTing The College when They per-
Torm. The experience They gain is useTul To The larger or-
ganizaTions oT which They are a parT.
The STring QuarTeT, coached by Mr. Brown, is broad-
casT weekly. lTs members have also appeared as soloisTs.
The Brass QuarTeT is The TinesT oT brass groups. They
have played publically in reciTal, concerT, and on The air.
Coached by Mr. Gordon. A
The Tour young men oT The Male QuarTeT are members
oT The A Cappella Choir, wiTh which They have appeared
as a TeaTure. Their Tine blending is heard oTTen on pro-
grams abouT Town. Coached by J. l-lenry WelTon.
ShorT, SheeTs, Weir, Lamb
k STine, Gillespie, RuTherTord, Peron
The quarTeTs are organized principally Tor
The players-Tor insTrucTion in The liTeraTure Tor
The groups, Tor Training in musicianship, and,Tor
The enioymenT oT making music TogeTher.
The numerous ensembles oT The Conserva-
Tory, represenTed here by The guarTeTs, are varied
in Typ-e and in skill-There are some ThaT are
made oT members who are iusT beginning The
sTudy oT The insTrumenTs They play, some who sing
Tor The Tun oT iT, and some who worked so well
TogeTher ThaT They appeared proTessionally aT
clubs and organizaTions around Town.
College Band I
The Band-under The decisive
leadership oT The genial "Pop"
Gordon. WiTh sevenTy-Tive men
Trom which To draw maTerial, Pop
has made Three deparTmenTs ouT
oT The one.
The ConcerT Band numbers six-
Typ gives a major concerT each se-
mesTer, besides numerous oTher
The Marching Band besides par-
TicipaTing in Civic TuncTions, is an
inTregal parT oT The aThleTic sea-
sons-games and rallys. There are
TiTTy men in The marching band.
The STudio Band numbers TwenTy
and includes The TirsT chair men oT
The ConcerT Band. This smaller
band broadcasTs every Three
weelcs, developes The skill oT The
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
The A Cappella of forfy piclced voices
is indeed a Tradifion aT Pacific. ln addi-
Tion To Their regular choral offerings aT
Chapel, The Choir has made many ap-
pearances as special enTerTainmenT aT
diver oTher programs Throughouf The se-
mesfers, and during Their annual week-
long Trip, The choir was broadcasf over a
coasTal nefworlc from Los Angeles. The
Annual Home Concerf on May 3lsT
broughT To an end a very successful year
of A Cappella singing. J. Russell Bodley.
besides being an experT direcTor. has con-
Tribufed immensely To The Choir in com-
posifion noTably "The Glory Road", and
'The lvioclqing Fairy".
LITTLE THEATRE ORCHESTRA
The LiTle Theafre Orchesfra fills an
unique and valuable place-iT is of The
Conservafory, buf funcfions wiTh The
Theafre in furnishing The musical seTTings
and inferludes for The plays-a parT ThaT
is enThusiasTically appreciafed by The
audiences of The legiTimaTe Theafre, and
wiTh The dance deparTmenT for The annual
Dance Drama. This organizaTion is a group
of The finesT insTrumenTalisTs in The school:
Their conducfor is Lawrence ShorT who
has for four years been The concerT-mas-
Ter of The College Symphony CrchesTra,
and under his very able direcTion. iT has
developed inTo whaT is wiThouT doubT The
besT Theafre Orchesfra To daTe.
Three recilals have been clevolecl lo six of The Seniors who will
be gradualecl from Jrhe Conservalory in June, and who are lo play
concerlos wilh The Crchesrra for The Commencemenr Concerl.
Rulh Barnes, piano .....,...,,. ............,..,,,,.,,. R imsky-Korsakoff
Ann Blunclell. violin ,........,,.....,.....4...,.,. Wieniawsky in D Minor
Eileen Daniels, piano .......................... , ........ Liszr in E1fla+ major
Rulh Johnson, piano ...............,.,.........,.,.....,.,.... Greig in A minor
Lawrence Shorl. violin ...........,... Lalo Symphonie Espagnole
Jeanne Weir, violon-cello ..........,....,........,o.,,,.,, Lalo in D minor
Wesley l-lull, +enor ..........,..................,.........
Flower Song from BizeJr's Carmen
Vincenl Peclc will conducl' his own com-
posilion "Spring Morning in Sanla
Johnson - Sheri- Weir
The Recilal series has always been
one of Jrhe major fearures of The Con-
servarory rhey are open ro 'rhe public
and always well alencled. The lirsr se-
rnesler is devoled +o Jrhe lacully, and Jro
programs by special groups. During
The spring semesler. each Tuesday
evening. 'rhe series was presenlecl by
unclergraduale sludenrs-sixry-'rwo of
whom parlicipaled Jrhis year.
DR. ROY C. MCCALL. Coach
Dr. Roy C. McCall has made a place Tor himselT in The minds and hearTs
oT many a member oT The PaciTic STudenT AssociaTion during his TirsT Two
years on The PaciTic campus. DebaTers, speech sTudenTs, The whole sTudenT
body has come To know and respecT his TalenTs.
ln coming To The College oT The PaciTic and SToc:kTon Junior College Two
years ago, Dr. McCall broughT wiTh him a clear idea oT whaT a successTul
Torensic program should conTain. "We should always aim To win Tor ourselves
and Tor The glory oT our alma maTerg buT, more imporTanT, Torensics should
achieve excellence Tor more Than a selecT Tew. ParTicularly is iT my policy in
home TournamenTs To give every member oT The squad an opporTuniTy To meeT
sTrong compeTiTion. Thus does The inexperienced beginner develop inTo a
clear Thinker anc eTTecTive speaker."
Though buT Three TirsT place Trophies were added To The collecTion This
year, Dr. McCall regards The year as successTul. STeady irnprovemenT has
been shown, wiTh consisTenTly high ranking Tor al members oT The squad in
each oT The six TournamenTs enTered This year. No less Than eleven second
places were compiled by represenTaTives oT The Two insTiTuTions, wiTh a cor-
respondingly high number oT Thirds.
Forensic acTiviTy seems To be an opporTuniTy Tor more people Than have
Taken advanTage oT iT. This year's record shows ThaT Those desirous OT learn-
ing and willing To work can look Torward To going places and winning Things.
Louis Sancline Erwin Farley
Anofher season of infercollegiafe forensic compefifion has passed for fhe rep-
resenfafives of fhe College of fhe Pacific and Sfockfon Junior College. New laurels
have been won in maior fournamenfs from Kansas fo Oregon, new frophies added
fo fhe collecfion already compiled fhrough many years of debafe acfivify.
Sole loss 'ro fhe squad is fhe veferan debafer, Louis Sandine. For four years
Sandine has waged forensic baffle on college plafforms in Maine, Texas, Washing-
fon, California, and way sfafions. ,
A veferan of over fwo-hundred varsify encounfers, Sandine has compiled an
enviable record. Two nafional fournamenfs of Pi Kap-pa Delfa have found him splif-
fing even in debafe. ln major Pacific coasf fournamenfs he advanced far beyond fhe
preliminaries, only fo fall shorf of firsf place.
Winner of fhe inframural exfemporaneous speaking confesf lasf year, Sandine
wenf high af fhe Linfield invifafional fourney. Af Mclvlinnville, Sandine won fhe firsf
men's frophy in Pacific forensic hisfory wifh a second place in affer dinner speaking.
Turning fo orafory, Sandine placed second in Pacific's Far Wesf invifafional. Tak-
ing fhe same orafion,."lvlisguided Genius," fo fhe nafional Pi Kappa Delfa convenfion
in Topeka, he finished sevenfh ouf of a field which included fhe finesf college speakers
in fhe Unifed Sfafes. The debafe squad will miss Louis Sandine, nof only for his clear
fhinking and brillianf speaking, buf also for his genuine personalify.
A iunior fransfer from Bakersfield J. C. provided fhe headline achievemenf of
fhe debafe season. Doris l-lancock broughf back from fhe Pi Kappa Delfa conven-
fion 'rhe second place frophy in exfemporaneous speaking.
STarTing her drive Toward The Top in The opening TournamenT aT Bakersicield,
Hancock won second place in eXTernlOOre and Tirsjr in deba+e. AT Linfield she
again Tailed by a narrow margin To bring peek The Tirgf pleee epdfempere Cup,
Finally, in The Far WesT lnviTaional pf Pi Keppe DelTa, She Came Through
wiTh a unanimous TirsT place raTing in The Final round Tp keep The C0veTecl
Trophy aT home. The climax OT TWSF GTTorTs was reached aT The naTionals, where
she placed second in a Tield oT sixTy-Tour,
LasT year Doris l-lanCOCk COl'T1k3lneCT wiTh Marie Nichols To win The cham-
pionship OT Phi Rho Pi. IUFITOF COHSQS honor Torensic socieTy. This year They
COr'1TinUeCl Their winning WGYS wiTh TTTVGG sTraighT vicTories over U. S. C. To
Take TirsT place aT BakersTield.
AT l.inTield They losT only Two dSbaTes ouT oT Twelve, buT Tound Those
enough To drop Them behind P6S6ClGna. ln STockTon They Tinished Third. and
The low ebb oT Their I937-38 season came aT Topeka wiTh an even spliT in
PresidenT Louis Sandine had as his colleague This year on The men's var-
siTy Team, PresidenT-elecT Erwin Farley. Traveling over Ten Thousand miles
represenTing The College oT The PaciTic, They gained honor Tor Their insTiTu-
Tion and renown Tor Themselves.
AT Bakersifield They Tinished in a Three-way Tie Tor Third place, losing Twice
To U. S. C. l.inTield Tound Them wiTh an enviable record oT seven wins ouT oT
Ten debaTes. Four vicTories ouT oT six Tailed To carry Them beyond The pre-
liminaries in The PaciTic TournamenT.
AT Topeka The varsiTy broke even in The eighT rounds. ATTer making The
semi-Tinals in exTempore aT BakersTield and l.inTield, Farley barely Tailed To
make The semi-Tinals in The naTionals.
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lvlar'rin Pulich Gregg PhiTer
Perhaps The mosT inconsisTenT oT Those who represenTed The P. S. A. This pasT
year was The sophomore duo oT lvlarTin Pulich and Gregg PhiTer. ConsisTenTly deTeaT-
ing The besT compeTiTion on The PaciTic coasT, They losT iusT as consisTenTly To The
STarTing well aT BakersTield. They losT ouT To U. S. C. only in The Tinal debaTe
oT The TournamenT. In PaciTic's iunior college TournamenT They dropp-ed Tour ouT oT
six debaTes againsT relaTively weak compeTiTion. In exTemporaneous speaking The
debaTe colleagues Tied Tor Third place.
Going norTh To l.inTield wiTh This unenviable record, PhiTer and Pulich proceeded
To win seven ouT oT Ten debaTes againsT The besT compeTiTion available. Pulich also
disTinguished himselT by qualiTying Tor The semi-Tinals in exTemporaneous speaking. AT
The Redlands TournamenT Tor junior colleges Pulich made The Tinals.
Dropping only Two "hard-luck" debaTes in The local Pi Kappa DelTa TournamenT
secTion B, They seemed on The way up- again. ln ThaT TournamenT PhiTer won second
place in exTemporaneous speaking.
Turning easTward To The Phi Rho Pi inviTaTional TournamenT in Norman, Oklahoma,
The Two boys dropped halT Their debaTes. BoTh qualiTied Tor The semi-Tinals in exTem-
poraneous speaking, buT neiTher could go TarTher. The NaTional STudenT Congress
oT Pi Kappa DelTa occupied Their Time aT Topeka.
The women's sophomore varsiTy Team oT ChrisTina Vanden Akker and Gladys
BarTholomew made an excellenT record. Their TirsT noTable success was in PaciTic's
junior college TournamenT, where They losT TirsT place by a Two-To-one decision. Bar-
Tholomew won second place in exTempore.
AT The Redlands TournamenT They losT ouT in The quarTer-Tinals. ln secTion B oT
The Pi Kappa DelTa inviTaTional BarTholomew again Tinished second in exTempore.
Top row: Grifl'iThs, Russel, Biddick
CenTer: Miller, Barfholemew, KienTz
FronT: Vanden Akkef
Bill Biddick was The sole freshman squad-member This year. ColloboraT-
ing wiTh Trevor GriTfiThs in Bakersfield, he succeeded in making The finals of The
iunior college division.
AT Redlands he and Bill Russell dropped only Two ouT of six. Russell came
Through To win The firsT place exTempore Trop-hy for STockTon J. C. Biddick
qualified for The semi-finals in exTempore in The home TournamenT.
Jean Miller and l-larrieT KienTz compeTed as a Team aT Bakersfield. BoTh
enTered exTemporaneous speaking and oraTory There and aT The home Tourna-
menT Miller placed Third in oraTory in secTion B of The Pacific Province
Individual debaTes Through The year found The College of The Pacific meeT-
ing many ouTsTanding Teams from WesTern UniTed STaTes. San Francisco STaTe,
The American Bankers lnsTiTuTe, NorThwesT Nazarene College, STanford, and
WhiTman were among Those To drop decisions To Pacific debaTers. OThers
meT in non-decision discussions included Texas Technological College, Univer-
siTy of San Francisco, Nevada, ST. lviary's, The UniversiTy of Wyoming, and
This year's debafe program included also several appearances before
local service clubs and oTher groups. Combined wiTh The exTensive parTicipa-
Tion in individual debafes and in six maior Tournamenfs. The forensic season of
I937-38 was The largesT ever underfaken by The Pacific STudenT AssociaTion.
TOM RIPPEY, Edifor
GEORGE BLAUFUSS, Business Manager
Sfaflf af Work
Eclllor ..,,,..,..,...........,.........,,Y.. ..,...........,......
News Eclilor ....,....,
Desk Eclilor .,..........
Fealure Edfror ...s..,...., .AA......,.
Sociely Eolilor .s....
Sporls Eclilor ....,.,s
Lielnman Lee Peck Philer L
CHARLES F. FINNEY, Edifor
FRED F. BOYES, Manager
Sfaff af Work
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Gill:-:He Lucas M 1'
Ph f R li V g l W Weniz W l
Eolilor... .....,.........,...,........ . ..................,. .
Assisianlr Ecliiors .........,..AA.A.,....,,,..........,...,.A.............
Arr Ediior ,,,..,,,.,...........,,......,.., Bob Baslin
Class Edilor .,.... ............ l-l erilia Rausclw
Club Edilor .......4. Erma Ruin Gilleiie
Debale Edilor ......A.........A. Gregg Plwifer
Drama Edilor ,.V....., Bobbin Gay Peck
Facully Eclilors ,,,..,..r.,.,.., May Vignolo
Charles F. Finney
Glenn Park Wilson
Fraierniiy Ediior .... -Kennellfi l-lenclw
Mardi Gras Eclilor ..,....A.,...... Al l-larlcins
Music Ecliior ,.,.,,,..,...,...,... Jeanne Weir
Senior Edilor ..........,....... ..,,.. T om Coffey
Snap Ediior ...,.,,.....,.,.....,..s Dick Lomrnis
Sororilies Eoliior ..,.,. Pairicia,Roberis
Plioiograplwy Ecliior ......c.,.,s..b.,............,.s ....,.c. .b.......,..,c,..,..,......,....,......... C l arence Compion
. Bill Becker
Sporlr Eolilors... ,..,.. .,,s ......s ,....................,, ......,,... ccc,,. D 6 n n Y Gassberg
Business Manager ...,...... ,.i..,,,.,,........s,....,., ...,,.,....,,.... .,,..., ,.s..,...c,,., F r e d F. Boyes
Assisianl Managers ...., .c.,.s..,... T om Gardner
Secrelary ..,....,,......... s........,,.... B arbara I-larrison
Under The compefenf chairmanship of
Tom Rippey, The Publicafions Commiffee
mainfained The sfandard seT by prexious
groups and in addifion dropped a couple
of precedenfs of iTs own.
The Weekly Took on an enfirely new
garb, in keeping wiTh mosf modern news-
paper Trends. Make-up was sTricTly infor-
mal and ediforial policy was confined To
a "Through The eyes of The Pacific sTu-
denT" viewpoinf. Numerous inferesfing
candid "cuTs" were The rule rafher Than
The excepTion in This year's Weekly.
The Naraniado was offered To The
members of The Pacific STudenT Associa-
Tion aT greafly reduced raTes. The I938
year book, in color, in design, in novel
Treafmenf, speaks for ifself. ll.oudly. we
The Frosh Bible or neophyTe's hand-
book was published under The guidance
of Georg Meyers. lasT year's Publica-
The Bengal Bullefin was edifed by Mary
Rippey's aides-de-camp on The com-
miTTee were George Blaufuss, Francis
Finney, Fred Boyes, Ben Alexander, Paf
Millberry. Margaref Lefever, Ralph Trem-
bley, Elfon lvlarfin and James Wilson.
Jacoby OrTon Eiselen
"MusTn'T say ThaT naughTy word"-
BuT The lasT word, naughTy or oTherwise, regarding sTudenT publi-
caTions. comes Trom The FaculTy PublicaTions CommiTTee.
This group, resurrecTed lasT year, conTinued iTs TuncTion Through-
ouT This year oT advising and direcTing policies of The Weekly and The
Naraniado. The censor-side of The commiTTee's worlc is relafively minor,
buT occasionally The Big Four swing inTo acTion wiTh The blue pencil.
MosT imporTanT conTribuTion oT The commiTTee Thus Tar is The award-
ing oT sTudenT crediT Tor worlc on publicaTions, on a classroom basis.
Members oT The group are: Miss MarTha Pierce, chairman: Miss
Elinore McCann, Dr. Malcolm Eiselen,'Dr. I-larold Jacoby and Principal
Dwayne OrTon oT The SToclcTon Junior College.
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As an aid To The bewildered incoming
Treshman, The Frosh Bible is ediTed each
year as a prospecTive aid in The diTliculT
Task oT orienTaTion. A pockeT size aTTair,
The Bible conTains school songs, a calen-
dar. prominenT sTudenT leaders, The sTu-
denT associaTion consTiTuTion, welcomes
Trom PresidenT Knoles and Principal
OrTon, and, mosT imporTanT oT all, cam-
pus TradiTions handed down Trom year To
year since The Tounding oT The school.
Georg Meyers, lasT year's PublicaTions
CommiTTee chairman, ediTed The Bible
This year, aTTer a long sTruggle wiTh con-
sTiTuTional changes. IT is probably The
mosT aTTracTive book yeT issued, wiTh a
compleTe IisT oT campus personaliTies and
DAILY BENGAL BULLETIN
To The acTiviTy-minded sTudenT, The
Daily Bengal BulleTin serves as a dicTion-
ary oT daily campus happenings. Mimeo-
graphed and posTed on various bulleTin
boards each morning long beTore The
average sTuden+ has slapped oTT his alarm
clock, The Daily keeps campus acTiviTies
TuncTioning happily as a consTanT re-
minder oT club meeTings. class acTiviTies,
sporT evenTs, lecTures and addresses.
Mary GalTon Took over The BulleTin in
The middle oT The year aTTer illness
Torced Wilbur ScoTT To quiT The posiTion.
Under her energeTic direcTion The Daily
has achieved an even more imporTanT
posiTion as a "rnusT" in The average sTu-
denT's daily habiTs.
THE CAMPUS STUDIO
ConTinuing iTs policy OT presenTing a varied bill
oT enTerTainmenT ThroughouT The school year, The
Campus STudio has marked iTs sevenTh year The
mosT successful since iTs esTablishmenT on The
campus. Added improvemenTs in broadcasTing
TaciliTies have been a greaT help in raising The
general level oT all The STudio's producTions. Due
To The TacT ThaT all broadcasTs emanaTing Trom
The campus are released on a susTaining basis, iT
remains a p-roblem To keep programs scheduled
aT The same Times ThroughouT The season and noT
conTlicT wirh commercial programs. buT since
SepTember The same schedule was mainTained
wirh only minor changes. Under The supervision
oT ArThur Farey and John Crabbe, Tive weekly
programs were sTarTed and mainTained Tor The
Again The STudio was proud To bring To iTs
lisTeners iTs oldesT broadcasTer in The poinT oT
service wiTh PresidenT Tully C. Knoles' series oT
inTormal discussions on Topics oT inTeresT in The
World Today. This TeaTure conTinues To be The
mosT inTeresTing on The schedule.
CollegiaTe l-lilighTs, The collegiare newsp-aper
oT The air. was sTarTed wiTh PaTricia Millberry as
EdiTor, and John Crabbe and AI l-larkins as re-
porTers. LaTer The ediTorship wenT To Andy Shook,
wiTh Clair TaTTon, Tom French, and l-loward
ThursTon rounding ouT The rosTer oT reporTers.
Pacific Symposium broughT many ouTsTanding
debaTers and speakers beTore The microphone.
Under The direcTion oT Dr. C. lvlcCall, These
groups presenTed discussions on many inTeresTing
Erwin RUTT guided sTudenTs oT The conservaTory
oT music Through a series oT musicales wiTh greaT
success. l-leard Wednesday aTTernoons, The Pa-
ciTic lvlusicale series This year was undoubTedly
The mosT consisTenT oT any in pasT years.
Tully C. Knoles
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Friday aTTernoon's Paci-
Tic VariTies had more Than
iTs share oT up-s and downs.
IT weaThered The sTorms un-
Til EasTer and Then sTepped
aside To make way Tor new
programs in The spring
series. During iTs Time on
The air iT accomplished one
noTable TeaT in changing
PaT lvlillberry's idenTiTy To
l-laTie l-libiscus, The emcee
heckling hair-brain. AI l-lar-
kins' original composiTions
provided The main music
bill oT Tare Tor The year.
The spring season broughT Two new programs To The air. The TirsT, Radio
STage produced by ArT Farey and under The direcTion oT De Marcus Brown,
was a series oT Tive halT hour dramaTizaTions. The plays varied in scope Trom
a revival oT an old melodrama To a TasT-moving modern comedy, and gave
many PaciTic l.iTle TheaTre players an opporTuniTy To branch ouT inTo The field oT
The second oT The new programs, Answer Me Tnis, an educaTional TeaTure
broughT Bobbin Gay Peck and RoberT Eley To The air in The roles oT quesTion-
masTers, asking inTeresTing and unusual quesTions abauf various ciTies Through-
ouT The counTry. Answer lvle This was p-roduced under The direcTion oT John
Crabbe and announced by Bill liams.
The STudio sTaTT looks back on The l937-'38 season as more Than successTul,
and wiTh beTTer TaciliTies and an enlarged curriculum hopes To make nexT season
an even greaTer one.
T h ic
BOARD OF ATHLETIC
N A R A N J
N A R A N J
The dean of American TooTball coaches has developed Tighlring
Teams in his five years aT C. O. P., is ouT To make The world PaciTic-con-
scious in I938, his TorTy-ninTh year oT coaching, when he leads his hardy
band oT Bengals back To STagg Field in Chicago To meeT The lvlaroons,
VarsiTy baskeTball masTer-mind and "Double Ns" righr-hand man
on The grid, Ralph Francis has imbued Pacific aThleTes wiTh plenTy oT ThaT
old "iiniger" as well as Turning ouT sTrong casaba aggregaTions and sTurdy
lines in The lasT Two years.
Newcomer To C. O. P. This year, Earle Jackson led The revival OT
Tiger Track and Tield acTiviTy wiTh promising resulTs. Bringing wiTh him
a TwenTy-year record as cinder menTor aT Knox and CarleTon, he bids
Tair To reiuvenaTe The glory ThaT was PaciTic Track.
All-around man oT The PaciTic coaching sTaTT is blonde Scandinavian
Chris Kieldsen, who TuTors would-be Frosh linemen in TooTball, Frosh
cagers, VarsiTy and Frosh swimmers, VarsiTy and Frosh Tennis rackeTeers,
all wiTh good resulTs.
PaciTic's Tamous Olympic aThleTe, Jim Corson, has done a Tine iob
Turning ouT Frosh grid squads oT a high caliber year aTTer year. NineTeen
ThirTy-seven was Jim's lasT season as an acTive coach, as he Turns over The
yearling menTorship reins To Earle Jackson This Tall.
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DOUG SILVA, Caplain
Back row: Sfagg, Becker, Lyons, McWilliams, Wilkinson. Swaqerly, e g
Campbell, Adamlna, Grubbs, Persons. Breeden
' T II l1. Alexander, Loomis, Kienlz, George, Bralye, Rivera
Middle row: Francis, Benfley, Gaummfz. u oc
Tremblay, Polka, Tsunelcawa, Baer.
Fronr row: Colley, Cooper, Siegfried, Lloyd, Marrinoviclw, Soper, Green, Bonnifleld, Rippey, Silva
Keifhley reaches for The fleefing Mr. Schindler,
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 40
PACIFIC ..... 0
I-Iailed as a pofenfially greaf squad, The I937 Bengal Varsify wenf down fo fhe
Cify of Angels fo open 'rhe budding porkhide campaign. Pified and maligned as a
"minor league" ball club, fhe Tigers came limping back fo fheir Sfockfon lair, burn-
ing from fhe worsf defeaf suffered by a Sfagg-coached feam af Pacific. In fhe shorf
space of fwo-plus hours. Howard Jones' Soufhern California Trojans, Ied by one
Ambrose Schindler, who sef off fhe fireworks wifh a 64-yard fouchdown sprinf in fhe
firsf minufe and fhirfy seconds of play. passed and bucked fhe visifors from up norfh
Chief reason for fhe Bengal bamboozlemenf af fhe hands of fhe Jones-boys
was fhe weak pass defense. Pacific backs allowed fhree aerials fo go for fouch-
downs af fimes when fhe fighfing Tiger Iine seemed fo be holding ifs own againsf
fhe beefy Troian forwards. "Iron Mike" Ivlarfinovich gained fhe unqualified admirafion
of fhirfy fhousand specfafors wifh his bruising Iine-bucking. Line sfandoufs for a fufile
cause were "Firefly" O'I-Iare. Irwin Grubbs and Jack Tulloch.
Pacific's offensive display was limifed fo a brief aerial splurge in fhe fourfh
quarfer, which accounfed for fwo of fhe Sfaggerers' four firsf downs. Score af half-
fime. 2I-O, was indicafive of whaf fhe final fear-ierking fabulafion was fo read:
U. S. C. 40, Pacific O.
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Displaying new-found spiril, Jrhe
Sraggmen made Their Slocldon debul a near-success by slaying off
The powerful San Jose Sparlans for lhree and a hall guarlers, only lo
weaken laie in Jrhe final period when 'rhe Prune-pickers rallied lwice.
Again 'rhe aerial defense was 'rhe prime laclor in deleaf. Aller Al
George's brillianl 83-yard punr relurn lo pay-dirl in Jrhe lirsl canlo,
The Bengaline, sparked by Tulloch, plus George's laclcling al safely.
lcepl San Jose scoreless despile many lhreals. Zimmerman's pilching
finally penelraled Jrhe impolenl C. O. P. secondary, giving San Jose
The nod, I2-7. lvlarlinovich place-kicked Pacilic's sevenih poinl,
while Swagerly blocked bolh Sparlan allempls.
Marlinovich leads Bralye info ihe Troian wilderness.
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CHICO STATE . . I 0
PACIFIC ..... 7
In anoTher BaxTer STadium mazda-IiT nocTurne, The Bengals walTzed Through a
weak Chico eleven To a mild I3-O vicTory. RepresenTing The Tigers' TirsT win oT The
season, iT did noT represenT Their besT perTormance. The up-sTaTe WildcaTs Turned
ouT To be very Tame upsTarTs, buT PaciTic showed lack oT drive, was, unTiI The Third
quarTer, incapable of cashing in on evidenT superioriTy in all phases oT play.
Al George was The big noise in The noT-Too vicious Bengal snarl. scoring The
TirsT six-poinTer on a swing around end Trom Twelve paces ouT and passing To AI
Soper in The TourTh Trame Tor The oTher Touchdown. The odd poinT came Trom lviar-
Tinovich's Toe. Doug Silva was The keyman oT The Tiger Torward wall which over-
powered The Chico line in The second halT aTTer The scoreless TirsT-halT TighT. Avery
and I-ledges Turned in good iobs aT Tackle and end, respecTively, while George's alTer-
naTes aT rearback, Bob KienTz and "Kip" Bralye, had liTTle diTTiculTy in p-uncTuring The
CaTs' line Tor ample yardage. QuarTerback Joe Siegicried and MarTinovich appeared
To oTTensive advanTage, averaging beTTer Than Tour yards per crack. Al Soper's work
aT wingback leTT liTTle To be desired, boTh on oTTense and oleTense, where his hard
Tackling sTood ouT.
IT was The Bengals' nighT To howl Ihowever TainTlyl because Chico had liTTle else
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CALIFORNIA . . 20
PACIFIC ..... 0
On Ihe basis of early-season show-
ings, Bay area spor+s scriveners Iagged Jrhe Bengals "a junior college
squad." 'I'haI was before Ihe dog-IighI aI BerI4eIey. Showing Iine
sp-iri+ and dejrerminalrion, The Sraggmen held CaI's gorgeous Golden
Bears, Rose Bowl champs, Io a respecrable 20-O coun'r. Courageous
Iine-play wiih FuIIbacIc Mike Marlrinovich as spearhead of Jrhe defense,
forced I3oI+ari, Meek, Chapman, eI aI, Io pui' ouI exlrra sIe-am.
Swagerlry and O'I-Iare were sIandouI forwards. AI Soper rnaIched
ing Ihe B'ars aI bay.
TuIIoch and Grubbs reach, bui Chapman maices II good.
Ihe redoub'rabIe Sam Chapman booI for boor, a big Iacror in hoId-
AI George "Beared-down" on aT Berkeley,
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA . 3
PACIFIC ...... 7
PaciTic challced up Far WesTern conTerence vicTory No. 2 in an alTiTudinous Thriller
aT Reno, when The ersTwhile Blue Bombers oT Nevada were knocked OTT by a TourTh-
quarTer Bengal march oT 65 yards To sTriped TerriTory and vicTory. Joe SiegTried
buclced iT over Trom The Two-yard line Tor The Touchdown, IvlarTinovich converTed
and seeming deTeaT was Turned inTo a 7-3 PaciTic Triumph.
Nevada's score came aTTer a 94-yard run-baclc oT The second-halT lciclcoTT, only
AI I-ledges' magniTicenT diving Tackle averTing a Touchdown. The lanlcy end's TeaT was
one oT The season's highlighTs. ATTer The Bengaline sTopped The Wolves cold, EaTon
place-kicked a Tield-goal To send The RenovaTers inTo The lead.
DespiTe having To come Trom behind, The Bengals consisTenTly ouTmaneuvered
The WolT-pack, compiling more Than 200 yards Trom scrimmage and driving deep
inTo Nevada TerriTory a halT dozen Times. FeaTuring The game-clinching aTTacl4 ThaT
moved 65 yards in Twelve plays were George, SiegTried and MarTinovich. OTher nice
ball-packing was done by KienTz and BonniTield. Up TronT, where The baTTle raged
hoTTesT, I-ledges. Silva, O'l-Tare, Tulloch and McWilliams were Top-noTchers. The laT-
Ter was parTicularly alerT on pass deTense, once almosT geTTing away wiTh an inTercep--
Tion. Thus did The Tigers spoil Nevada's Homecoming.
ST. MARY'S . . . 0
PACIFIC ..... 0
Old grads wandered loaclc To Bax-
Ter STadium To see an inspired Tiger Team rise To The peak, play a
big, Tough ST. IvIary's eleven To a s+ands+iII Tor Three periods, Then
aImosT win in The Tinal sTanza. The enTire PaciTic line performed nololy
in TighTing The Gaels To a scoreless deadlock. MarTinovich's line-
backing was again The Ice-ysTone oT The rugged deTense. ST. IVIary's
never goT closer Than The I I, while in The TourTh period The Bengals
marched To The Ivloragans' Tour-yard line, mainly Through The passing
oT AI George and Ben Alexander. There Tour line aTTempTs Tailed
and Tinal score read: PaciTic O, ST. IvIary's O.
KienTz snags one in The TlaT againsT The Gaels.
Soper sTops ThaT ST. Mary's and-around. r
CAL. RAMBLERS . . 7
PACIFIC . . . 4
C. O. P.'s lasT home game proved To be a nighTmare. The CaliTornia Ramblers,
composed oT Bear second sTringers and ineligibles, came To Town and wenT To Town
wiTh The lisTless Bengals, who seemed To be suTTering a leT-down aTTer The ST. Mary's
pinnacle. BeTore The specTaTors had seTTled in Their seaTs, The Ramblers had seven
poinTs by virTue oT a 55-yard gravy sprinT by Eddie l-lopkins plus a conversion. ThaT
was all The invaders needed, Tor despiTe TranTic second-halT aTTempTs To equalize The
counT, which neTTed only Two saTeTies, The Tigers never really goT back in The game.
lT was disTincTly an oTT-nighT Tor The Orange and Black men. AcTing CapTain Doug
Silva was The lone sTandouT in The sagging Tiger line, while Al Soper's kicking and
Alexander's plunging and Tackling were consolaTion TacTors Tor The backTield. PaciTic's
besT ball-ToTing was done by Bob KienTz and Emrys Lloyd, The laTTer making his debuT
as a halTback.
The pair oT saTeTies, C. O. P.'s only conTribuTion To The scoring column, came in
The Tinal quarTer: The TirsT on a Tumble ThaT hopped ouT oT The end-zoneg The sec-
ond on a direcT giTT Trom l-lopkins. who inTenTionally ran ouT oT The playing Tield To
prevenT a possible blocked kick. AT The end, The STaggmen were raging, buT impoTenT.
Final weird Tally: Ramblers 7, Pacific 4.
CAL. AGGIES . . 6
PACIFIC ..... I3
STaying in The Thiclc oT The conTer-
ence race, The Tigers unleashed a hard running aTTaclc aT Davis To
Trample The Aggie MusTangs, I3-6, in a driving rain. A new running
sTar was uncovered in Emrys Lloyd, who averaged 6.5 yards in I3
carries, scored The TirsT Touchdown on a I3-yard gallop. Second
score came on a George To Dick BenTley pass, good Tor I5 in The air
and 30 on The hooT. MarTinovich added The ThirTeenTh poinT via
placement All Bengal Tallies came in The TirsT halT. OTher See-
yopee highlighTs were Soper's booming punTs, Grulobs' Tine Tackle
play, punT-covering by SwagerTy and I-ledges.
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FRESNO. . . . 20
PACIFIC ..... 0
Two leams undelealed in league play mel on Turlcey Day in Fresno lor lhe cham-
pionship ol lhe Far Weslern conference and Pacilic was lhanlclul when il was over.
The Tigers allowed lhal old bugaboo, laully pass-covering, lo crop oul again and
il cosl lhem lhe game, 20-O. and lhe conference crown.
Fresno Slale had lillle lrouble regaining lhe lille lrom lhe Orange and Black,
as lhe Raisin Cilyiles consislenlly oulplayed lhe Slaggmen aller lhe lirsl guarler.
ln lhe second period, Fresno's big gun, Gleason, slarled booming and lrom lhen on
lhe oulcome never was in doubl. Passes were direclly responsible lor all ol Fresno's
scores, allhough lwo ol lhe lhree louchdowns were scored lhrough lhe line. The
Bulldogs led al hall-lime, I3-O.
Pacilic never gol closer lhan lhe Fresno 27. allhough Lloyd again showed up
well as a ball-paclcer. Up lronl, Swagerly, Tulloch and l-ledges did a neal iob ol
holding slippery Toby l-leeb lo exaclly zero yardage on punl-relurns. Ed Koehler
showed class as a line-plugger, as did Marlinovich, bul lheir ellorls were nol enough.
C. O. P. was in lhe conlesl only during lhe lirsl canlo. Aller lhal, il was all Fresno,
and lhe Bulldogs came oul ol lhe doghouse a-snarling. Cold lurkey lor lhe Tigers!
U. S. MARINES . . I4
PACIFIC . .... I4
ln fhe season finale af San Diego,
fhe Sfaggifes spoffed fhe Marines fwo fouchdowns in fhe firsf guar-
fer, fhen came fo life and lcnoffed fhe counf wifh a furious lafe-game
charge, led by Lloyd and Siegfried. The former scored bofh fouch-
downs, wifh Marfinovich converfing fwice, fo bring fhe final score
fo I4-all. "Iron Mike" missed fwo field goal affempfs in The fourfh
quarfer, which almosf saw a Pacific vicfory. O'l-lare and Silva
closed fheir careers wifh neaf line iolos. The sea-soldier sfymie
cornplefed fhe l937 Bengal record af fhree wins, five losses and fwo ,E-
Kienfz swepf off his feef by a couple of Gaels
FirsT row-Roscelli, McElroy. Jacobsen, Pappas, Ivey, OlaeTa
Second row-SeiTerT, Fine, T-laycock. Piccardo, Foss, Vieira
Third row-Kieldsen, ZumsTein, CollaTT, Myers. Johnson. l-lalberT. Corson
Fourfh row-Hill, Folendorf
"Big Jim" Corson's Tinal TooTball coaching iob, The l937 ediTion oT Frosh pig-
skinners, was a Tair-To-midlin' aTTair. Going Tormer Bengal yearlings Two beTTer, '37
TigerleT Toojrballers Took on a heavy six-game schedule plus one posT season skirmish.
NeT resulT: Frosh 3-OpponenTs 4.
The Three Babe wins were arrived aT Through sheer power and superior playing
abiliTy. The Cal. Aggie ColTs, brisk rival eleven, absorbed a double ducking. The
TirsT deTeaT came OTT in BaxTer STadium surroundings, wiTh Corson's CuTies sending
Tullback Dale l-lalberT around end Tor The score and margin oT vicTory-6-O. The
second CaTleT win was annexed in Davis, ColT's sTamping ground, To The Tune oT I3
"love". Tom OlaeTa, back, and broTher of Joey OlaeTa, a Tiger greaT, provided The
TeaTure oT The Tray by running 55 yards Toa score on an inTercepTed pass.
Salinas J. C. was The squad ThaT obliged Tor vicTory number Three. They Took
iT on The chin, I4-6. Cub razzle-dazzle was Too much Tor The l.eTTuce Lads.
San lvlaTeo Junior College proved a bone-crushing aggregaTion in The sea-
son opener by dumping The orange and black neophyTes 20-O. The nexT deTeaT came
in The guise oT a hearTbreaker. Leading The Fresno Bullpups 7-6 wiTh buT one play
leTT, The Dean's Darlings looked like a casT-iron cinch. l-lowever. The Tough visiTors
pulled a "Merriwell" when Bob Quinn, Pup halT who had been a Thorn in The Cub
side all nighT, skirTed end Tor six markers iusT as The gun popped. The Tinal Tally,
I2-7, saw The Fresnans in Their TirsT vicTory over a Corson-coached eleven.
San Jose's Trosh handed The KiTTen crew a I3-O loss in BaxTer STadium, and The
Tiger Cubs, playing a posT season inviTaTional, losT To Placer Junior College, 6-O.
l-larris Fine, oT Tracy. was honorary capTain. l-le played a bangup game aT guard
Back row-Dunlap, Hedges, Doyle, Corson, Avery, Adam-nina, Swagerry, Marfinovich
Middle row-Trembley, Silva. Alexander, Koehler. McWilliams. Campbell, O'l-lara, Tulloch, Parsons
Froni row--Rippon, Luiz, Hoffman, Knivelon, Bralye. Kienlz, Rivera, Breeclen, Francis
ln I922 The Bloclc P Sociely was organized lo promole clean alhleiics, io acl as
an advisory body for any a+hle+ic acrivilies on lhe campus, and lo assisl The Board
of Conlrol in Jrhe mainrenance of college lradilions. The varsily alhleles also infor-
mally acl as "big bro+hers" lo Jrhe freshman alhlelres. Thursday of each week has
been designaled as "leHer day," when each member oi Jrhe sociery agreed lo wear
his swealer. Officers are Rudy Rivera, presidenlg lrvin Grubbs, vice-presidenlrg Ed
Koehler, secrelary-Jrreasurer. Membership in The Sociely is limired 'ro varsily coaches
and arhleres who have earned Jrhe Bloclc P award.
ln The Spring, The Bloclc P sponsored The annual Senior Facully Baskeiball Game
which was won by The Seniors 26 io 25. The Block P wound up ilrs aclivilies on April
23 wilh an lnvirarional Sporrs Day. The precedenr-selling program was ac+ion-cram-
med wilh a foolball game belween Jrhe Seniors and lhe l938 Varsily, inlramural Jrraclc
and field evenls, swimming exhibilions, and closed wilh a dinner al ihe l-lolel Sloclclon.
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OFFICERS Spring Semesler
Presidenl .,.. L. L L ..Genevieve Moran
Vice PresidenILLLLLLLLL.L L, .Beverley McGI1an
cic.cc Secrelary ,ic,,. Mildred Lagomarsino
L ,.,,,. ...... T reasurer L L .........,c Junan Bronzicln
House Managera ,.,c....., LaVonne Richardson
Receplion for "Excursion"
Froslw Foolball Dinner
December SII1 .....,..c,., LL ...cc Tea for Mollwers' Club
January 7II1 ....,.i.u,,, ..,,......... .,,...cccccc,..,. L L Winler Formal
February IOII1 cicA,....i L ,.c,..i,c .Fallier-Dauglirer Banguer
March 6+I1 ,Ac............ ,,,.,, L ...,......... .....,,ccc,,..,...,.,,.....,,, P ledge Tea
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Fall Semesier OFFICERS Spring Semesler
Helen Jean Torvend ,,.e,,.. i,......,.,,4 P resideni .e.i.....eAi...... , .. ........, Marjorie Nichols
Marjorie Nichols ....i.....eee . .i.e. ..io... V ice Presidenl, ..,. .. ...,.,c......,.A.. Evelyn King
Virginia Saclc .....e.,.......c.. is eA,,e.., Secrelary ..,,,c,.. ,.., , L ,.....,..... Alice Tilion
Lora Lou Childs ....A.A .,ce . ,. L cci.,...,,c Treasurer .....,,,i .. . ,L c..,.Lora Lou Childs
Jane Kingdon ,.,...,. L .,..i...... House Manager., .. , cc....,.,.. ..iJane Kingdon
Ociober 9+h ,,,..,....,,..i.......,,,,...,.,..,i.....,.,,......,,,,...,. Fashion Tea
Oclober 22nd .c........ ,.,. ,.......ii.. ..,.,.....,.,...e..,....... B a r n Dance
Oclober 29+hc seec,cc L .ec.. be c.c.. Homecoming Luncheon
November IO+h ..i.. ,.., .....,,,.. .ii........iAii.icc,,,..,..... . T a Fly Pull
November Zlsl i,c.,.iece,, c,..... ..i.......i.,....,,..,., P l edge Tea
December 3rd ..i,,.,ci.,iicc ,cii,c,i , Faihers' Dinner
December IO+h ..,. . ,.,.,. ......,i.,. F ooiball Dinner
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Corlcehl Daniels DuBrulz Elzel Goudy Hepburn
Mainard Miller Morgan Morall Morlon Nichols
Sfuarl Tanberg Tilfon Torvend Traberl'
Helen Jean Torvend
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Ferroggiaro Ficovich Fliclcinger Fraser Genochio George Hodglciris
McCarl McManus Meeslce Mello Millberry Owen Parker
Roberis Rowe Saugsfad Sawyer Sfarr Srrong Weslon
Fall Semes+er OFFICERS Spring Semesler
Ann Blundell .....,...........,.... .......r,,.............. P residem' .,,....,,,,..,..,...,......r,.,................ Ann Blundell
Evelyn Barnelr ,.....o,.o,o.,.,r,,,,,,,.,...A.,...,.,.. Vice Presidenr .A..,,A.,..,, .....,,.,,. .,., B o bbin Gay Peclc
Bobbin Gay Peck ..........,..r........, Secrelary lRecorolingl .,.,,,,.,.,,,......... Pairicia Roberis
May Lou Whifmore .,...,.,,,,.. Corresponding Secrerary .....,....,......... Peggy l-loward
Minnie Sawyer .....,...,.i..dd....A...,.i...,.......,...... Treasurer ..,..,........,,.,..,,.,..,,....4..
Julianne Ralslon .4,e,...
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Seprember I7+l1 ,....,...a,, Dinner for Miss Berg
Sep-lember l9Jrl'1 ......,...............,.......,...,...................
l-lonoring Minnie Sawyer
Ocrober 7+lw .,.. Dinner for Miss Smillw, Miss
McCann, and Mrs. Coder
Oclober IOH1 s,ss.A.s......,...4.... Opening Rush Tea
Oclober 3O+l1 .,,..,...,.. Homecoming Luncheon
November 22nd ,.,,,.,.,...... Thanksgiving Dinner
December 4llw ss.,...,c . .,c,i,,cscs Clirislmas Dance
December I5+lw .,,,si is ,,.,.,,,, Chrislmas Dinner
January 2 I sr ,..,, ,,..,.,..... R eceplion for Casl of
February 2O+l'1s S so ccOpening Rusl1Tea
March I2'rl1 ,,s.s.ss,s, ..,s,..c,.,.i.s,...,. S cavenger l-lunl
March l8+l'1 ......................,....... Baslcelball Dinner
May Isles .,,.s, Molhers and Falliers Dinner
May 7'rl1 ss.....,. s.,s,, S Spring Formal ar Rio Del
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Lane Logerwell Lyons
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Alina Dursr ..,.,. .,..,... ..A,A,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, P residenr ,.., L ,.,.A. ,, ,,4,, , , , , , ,A. Aline Dursr
Edna Clark .,,.,,...,,,,.. .. .,.......... Vice Presidenr .,,,,.,,. . ,....,....,.,..A ,,,,, , E dna Clarlc
Myrlle King .............AA... ,A,.,,.,,A.,.,A, S ecre+ary ..... ..,,,,, .........,, B e Hy Ann Smi+l1
Mary Slanford ........ ., ......,... ,.,.. T r easurer A,.A.A .,. ,, , Mary Slanlord
Alice l-lall ,a,l..l or ,, ,,... ,,.,a. l-l ouse Manager ,..,....,. .....,.,... .,..,,.a A l ice l-lall
Seplember l9Jrl1 .A..e.,A..,, Brealocasl for Olzlicers of P. S..A.
Oclober 3Orl'1 ,..,, .,...... ,,a,,.l,...,... l.EalA..e L . A .4., ,, Homecoming
November 5ll1 ..,.,.,,....,....,,.,.,........A,.,..,..le......A,.e,eeel,.......,....... ,Doll Tea
November 6Jrl'1 .....,..,...,.,,l ,aaa,la L cl-lamburger Dance
November l4+l1 ,..,,....c,.,., . .c..c..c,cccc.c.cccc,,,,.,. .,cc 4,.c., P l edge Tea
December Illlw ...,...., 4 ,.,,,,lcc.,,......c..,...r...L Clmrislrnas Formal
February lO+l1 ,..c...c.ccAc. ,.c.,,.,,,, D eserl Parry willi Auxiliary
February l2+li., ,,,.,,c.. .,., .........,.,.....,,. .ii... V a l enline Dance
Marclw 6+h. i,cii ..,. ..,.i ....,c,,.,,i Pledge Tea
Marclw l9+l'1 .L A ...i . iii.cc.. ci.,.,.c,.c,..,.....,, , .Pan l-lell
March 2Oll1 ,.,... L . L Open l-louse for Alumni
May I4Jrl1 ,,.,,...,....., ....,,....,..,.cc.,.i4.,,c.ic .c,. S p ring Formal
May 28+l1 ..c.,,,..,,Y,,, ......,....icic . Senior Brealofasr
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Nickels Moran Meehan Peck
PEN HELLENIC COUNCU .
Presidenl .......,,, ., ...A..A..A.,,,. G enevieve Moran
Secrelary-Treasurer ....,.,...,.. Mariorie Nichols
Ann Blundell Aline Dursl Beverley McGhan
Edna Clark Evelyn King Bobbin Gay Peck
The Pan Hellenic Council, which during lhe pasi few years has
replaced The iradiiional lnier-Sororiiy Council, includes as ils members
lhe Presidenl and Jrhe Vice Presidenl of each oi Jrhe living group-s. Hs
iunciions include regulalion of rushing. pledging, and oiher mailers
vilal io The individual members.
The Annual Spring Formal of The Pan-l-lellenic Council was held ihis
year al ihe l-loiel Sloclcion on March I9.
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M 'rin Marlinoviclw McMillan McGIoI'I1en Norion Olmsled Ray
SI' hdee Travaille Tomasini Tremblay Turlcalie Tailon Wlwiie
Fall Semesler Spring Semesler
Presidenl .,.,,r....A.rrr,r....,,..r,..,,,,... William Carlile Presidenr ..,, .A ........,,.,.,,A.,i.....,.,. William Carlile E
Vice Presidenl ........................,.a Marion Alcers Vice Presidenl ....,,.,a.,.,.........a.....i. Diclc Beniley
Recording Secreiary ccc. ,.
I-louse Managera cc,..
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Sergeanl al arms I i.....,,,.,,,,..,.,.,. Dick Keeble
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Sepl. IS. I937 ...c,.,,.,.c.,......,......,., Radio Dance
Ocl. I4, I937,aFaII1er and Son Banguei
Oci. I8, I937 .A....... I-louse MoIl'ier's Parry
Ocl. I9, I937 .CAi,.........,Y,..,...,..,c, Radio Dance
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Recording Secrerarya I-Iarold Dielcman
Corresponding Sec'y .,...., Marlin Shearer
Treasurer .,,,cicc, , cc,,c.i ccWade Beckwiili
I-louse Manager or .,,c PI'iiI Marlinovicli
Sergeanl ar arms. ,,cc cGeorge Tomasini
I-lislorian ...AA.cc ., , me i... I c.,Dwayne Sewell
Reporler ,,,RaIpI1 Trembley
Jan. I4 .,.......,,. Winier Wonderland Dance
Marclw I6, I938 cc4,c ...,.i..,, cccc,c, T I1 ealre Pariy
March 24, I938 i.... ., .i,. Pledge Parly
April I, I938 D cc..c ,,,.,c,c Radio Dance
April 30, I938 .,,, ,. ii,c ci..c.,i S pring Formal
Feb. I2, IQ38 c..,,, cci.. D I,
Nov. 4. I937 V....,,,,.......,..,,,..,,..,ci.,, .I-louse Srag May 6, I938 ,i,.ic... ,..,,....,i.. .V...,., R a dio Dance
Nov. I2. I937 .....c.,. Arcliania Fall Informal May I4, I938ci c.cc.c.ic,, ,,,,,,,,,, c c"FieId Day"
Dec. 3. I937 ...,,......,C,,,i........cc...,..A..... Card Parry May 2I-22 .... .iWeeIc-end al Del Monie
Dec. I9, I937 ......................ci Ciirisimas Parry
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Haney Hellman Lloyd
A iong Aflcins B y B ly Campbell C I C I
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son Hobson C-Baumniiz Grifiilhs Iiams Irish Keiihle
h er Scholl Scribner Scoil' Shepherd Siarr Toland
Fall Semesier Sp-ring Semesler
Presideni .....A,.......,.....,..........,.... Gordon While Presicleni ,........... ............,,, 6 eorge C. Bralye
Vice Presiolenl ..,....,,..,,,.,...,,,.. Jerry Keilhley Vice Presidenl .......r,..,,,.......... Dick Palriquin
Secrelary .....,...,,.,,.cc ..,.c...,...... B ill Kirlcman Secrelary .,,....,.,c ,..,..,,.,,.,.,,,. Roy Berry
Treasurer ........c........ ...... ...,........ E d Koehler Treasurer .,... - ...c...................,,.... Forresl Darby
I-louse Manager .....,.... Will Challis l-louse Manager ...,..,...,....,.. Ellon Cencirulo
Oci. 5, I937 .........e,e,. ,...,.,.,...
Nov. l5, I937 ...A
Dec. 5. I937 ,,,,,eer
Dec. I7. l937 ...,...,, Chrisimas Tree Parry
March 28, I938 .......,.......... Formal Inilialion
April 2. 1938 r,.....
April 24, I938 ,,,.....r...ee..,
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April 29, I938 ..i..i..,.... ,.,,....., S pring Informal
May 12. I938 .,..,
May 2I-22 ...i.......................
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Farley Frifz Gidley
Knivelon Koehler Morall
ulloch Wesco+t While Young
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F ovich Finley Finney Fisher Foss Grossmiih Hall
L mb Loomis Newell Parlier Parsons Peck Pursel
S onsen Smallwood Soper Slurrock Todd Van Dyke Yolo
Fall Semesler Spring Semesier
Presicleni ..A.......,,,,,,,,e,e......... William Siurrock Presideni .l.l...,e., ee.......o.... L ,..eee.. Frank Wood
Vice Presideni ........,...,.....,..,..,..... Frank Wood Vice Presideni ....all......, ..l.,, G lenn P. Wilson
Secreiary ,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,.l,. rA...,....... W illiam Russell Secreiary ...............l,...,..a..,,.,... William Russell
Sergeani a+ arms ....,.,...,. George Blauiuss
l-louse Manager .....,.,......,.,.r,.s.. James Fisher
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3, I937 ,,,,....,..,... Waiermelon Feed
3, i937 .,.......,...s. lVioJfl1er's Club Card
I2, I937 .......,,.,.... Waierfroni Dance
l5, i937 ......,.,.,, Annual Xmas Dance
April 3, I938 ...,....,........,..r.., Formal Iniiialion
May l. i938 ...,.. ,....
May 6, I938 ..,...,,,...... ivlo+l1er's Club Card
May I4-l5, I938 ...rr....,.....ss,,, Formal Dance
DePuy Devine Dunlap
I-Iarlcins I-larfer l-lench
Roscelli Russel Sancline
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Presideni ..,,.....,. ...... .....AA..........,,,.......,.... W i lliam Siurroclc
Secreiary ,......,.,.,, ...,. ,...,..,,.....,,,....,, W i lliam Carlile
Presideni ...C,,,,o....,.,.....,,,,.,,..,.,.,....,.,,...,o.,,,,,.,, James C. Fisher
Secreiary ,o,.,,.., ........,,..i...... .............,. D i ck Beniley
The council is an organizaiion founded for ihe purpose of promoiing
a close and friendlier relalion among ihe diiiereni lraierniiies on 'ihe
campus. Each year, The council makes ihe rules and regulaiions for
rushing and pledging. Rushing slaris early in The fall wiih ihe annual
lnleriraierniiy Dance and lasis uniil midwinier, giving each house a
crack ai Jrhe new men siudenis. The ouisianding achievemeni lhis year
was ihe pulolishing oi-a rushing book, helping io solve many of ihose
perplexing problems ihai arise each year.
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Baci: row. Jessup, Dowdall, Gilleffe, Meyer, Mason, A. Hall, Turkafie.
Middle row: Riveff, Grubbs, Gerhari, Flefcher, Gammons, K. Hanson, Hobson, Frisen.
Fronf row: Becker, Rippey. Williams. Pang, Young, Lehman, Elmquisf, Lomprey, H. Hall, M. Han-
son, Alexander, McGirk.
Oufgrowfh of a growing demand for cheaper living facilifies by a
group of Pacific sfudenfs, fhe Pacific Cooperafive received ifs inspirafion
af fhe Asilomar Conference of I936. Looking for some organizafion fo
help nourish fheir embryonic enferprise, fhis group found fhe Sfudenf
Chrisfian Associafion ready fo sponsor if.
Heading a small discussion and sfudy group, Karl Hanson foolc mosf
of fhe burden of formulafing fhe working plan of fhe coop-, invesfigafing
sfudenf opinion and securing fhe consenf of fhe adminisfrafion of fhe
Affer fhe all-imporfanf posifion of housemofher was filled by hiring
Mrs. George McGirlc, fhe Pacific Cooperafive House rang ifs firsf dinner
bell Sepfember 7, I937, wifh 28 plafes on fhe fable.
Karl Hanson was rewarded by'a whife ballof for fhe presidency. The
ofher officers for fhe firsf semesfer were: vice-presidenf and house man-
ager, Orvell Flefcher: recording secrefary, Carl Frisenp freasurer, lrvin
Grubbsg corresponding secrefary, Paffy Mason. Officers serving fhe
second semesfer were: presidenf, Henry Hobson: vice-presidenf and
house manager, Orvell Flefcherg recording secrefary, Janef Lehman: freas-
urer, lrvin Grubbsg corresponding secrefary, Paffy Mason.
Cbligafions of members are worlcing a minimum of four hours a week,
paying 'rwenfy-five dollars a monfh for room and board and deposifing fen
dollars as a deposif, refurnable upon wifhdrawal from fhe group-.
Despife fhe low cosf of fhe Coop, fhe house has been a financial suc-
cess: dividends for all members were declared af fhe end of fhe firsf
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Preslclenl ,.,,,,..,,,,,,. ., ,,...,.. ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,, , , ,,A.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bill Russell
Vice Presidenl ...,........ .. llll,.. Bob McCarlhy
Treasurer ,,,,.......,,,,.,.. ..r. ee,e,..,,. C I yde Dodge
I-louse Manager . ,...,.AAA.r ,.... Arnold Scol'r......
Charles Allen Bob Downs Slanley Miller
Phillip Alosi I-larry DuPraw Bill Mills
Jean Arnol i
Top row: Barry, Ball, Mrs. G-ranl, Slerner, Tompkins
Hood. McCarl. Wrighl, Baer, Shoemaker
Presldenl .,.A.Ji,.......,.,.i..,eJ. .,..... .............l.... - .....,.e.,.
Vice Presidenl .....,,sJ
Mary Miller -W
Mary Ann Williams
IT has long been The TradiTion oT The sororiTies To TeTe PaciTic
AThleTes aT The close oT Their respecTive season wiTh an annual din-
ner. ATTer each dinner The capTains oT The coming season are
elecTed and announced. The TooTballers Trek To Epsilon Tor dinner
while The baslceTball squad is inviTed over by Alpha TheTa. A Table
is seT Tor The Track men by The women oT Mu ZeTa Rho.
The bewildered Treshmen receive Their TirsT biT oT rushing when
Old Rhizomia holds Their Annual WaTermelon Feed early in SepTem-
ber. The men oT Omega Phi ThroughouT The years invade sororiTy
circles To lend Their voices in Their TradiTional Song Serenade. Grad-
uaTes oT Archania, iusT beTore The end oT The year, are whislced away
To The Annual STrawberry FesTival.
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Ferroggia ro George Gholz Hobson Kingd Mason O l-l
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All College Honor Society
Local honorary iralernily for oulslanding scholarship and leadership.
Chancellor .,l.. ....,.....,,,........ll,,....,.........o l,.,.... l-l e nry l-lobson
Vice Chancellor . ,. .. ,,...,.,, Margarel Breed
Marshall ...co . ,cccccooo.,coccc . Al.,.oo Bobbin Gay Peck
Sergeani-al-arms ., ,. .. ,,...c..., l..o F rancis O'l-lare
Scribe ,....,......,...c.c. .,,.cl ,cc.....ll . . ., l.l. .... P roiessor Corbin
Bobbin Gay Peclc
G. A. Werner
Abbott Bovey Childs Dodds
Eaton Farl y
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Salton Grubbs a un er or
Morrell Michelson Pulich R Sato
Student Christian Associctttoh
Formed by a union ot the Young Men's Ch ristian Association and the
Young Women's Christian Association I934
Vice President ,o,,.,,.....io.
Membership Chairman 4...,,.,.t
Social Chairman ......i......,,..,,
Finance Chairman ...,..,.,.,
Chapel Chairman ......,
,....,.,....l.ora Lou Childs
....., Erwin Farley
Rooms Chairman ...................,i...tA..... ........ .,..s.,,,,,t A l ice lvtichelsen
Public Attairs ...,.......,,..,.........,...,.......,,.,.....,4...... t.,..,.. M artin Pulich
Intercollegiate Representative .....,s.,....,. .,,.....,,,... lvl ary Salton
Race Relationse, ,....,,ss..,.,,.,,.s..i. ,....,...,.. . .. ,...s, Florence Sato
Librarian .......................,...., .t.,.....,.........., ...,..,....sA..,,s,, l-l e len l-lall
Publicity ...,,..............,.... Rae l-lungertord
Sunday Evenings .,,..,A,, .......,....,,,.,i.,,......,...........,.ttt..,.,.,,,,,,,..,,, B ob Bovey
Frosh Club ......,...t,..t..............., .s,.,,...w..vv....,.t,,,.st..,......,,Y.,,s,,ssss,s,,..,t,,,tv, Jean Morrell
Frosh Club President ........... ......,...s. l. ora Lou Childs and Rudy Rivera
Executive Secretary .t.......s.. .,..,.,.,,,,,,s,,....., ,.,,..s,.,..,,.4,,,t,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. B u tord Bush
Advisor ......is.ss, .......s...,..,..,. . .. Vs.s.....,,,..,.s,,,..,,,,,s,V,t,ssAs,,,,,,,t,,,,.A Dean Corson
Ab bie Boyes C irulo Kingdon
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Nichols Rey ld
f d Turlcalle Walcf Id
BETA BETA BETA
Naiional Honorary Biological Sociely lor undergraduales. Local
cliapler, Omicron, organized in l93O. Dr. A. E. Noble is lime sponsor.
Presidenl ..,.,.,............ ..,.. ..,,.o.or.i N o el Sliaelfer
Vice Presidenl .,,.i..i.,... ..,..,,.. .,.c.,..,,, J a ne Klngdon
Secly.-Treas. ..,,c ccc, T ,,ccc B elly Abercrombie
l-lislorian .... ..,..,,,,. l-l arold Dieclcmann
Rose Lee Rowe
Abboii Abercrombie Barlleff Boyes Gerharf Guggolz
H H h Ca nion Norfon Noieware Robinson R
Seliq' Sewell Smiih Wakefield
QR'-.FHO META PARA
Local lraiernilry honoring scholarship in The physical sciences
High Exalled Alchemisi ..,....,, Norman D. Noieware
Mosl' Worihy Caialyzer .........i........... Duane C. Sewell
Grand Reducer ................,.,.. .....,......r...... J ack F. Ziegler
Super Synihesizer ..,.,..,,,. ......,,... H omer C. Hansen
Counselor .......u......,,.....r.......,...,...,..r,......,..,.. Dr. A. T. Bawden
Dr. A. T. Bawden
Fred F. Boyes
Mrs. lrene Canlon
Kennerh H. Fergusson
Homer C. Hansen
Karl H. Hansen
Mrs. C. R. Hull
Eric C. Jacobsen
Prof. J. l-l. Jon're
Dr. Clarence E. Larson
Peler F. Madsen
Ted R. Norfon
Norman D. Noleware
Miriam A. Robinson
Rose Lee Rowe
Duane C. Sewell
Eugene F. Sho:-Jr
Charles F. Tarbos
Dr. Allen W. Waldo
Jaclc F. Ziegler
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C p r Dunfon Ferrogqiaro Gholz Newell N lu l
P lc Reynolds Sancline Weston
PHI GAMMA MU
Nalional honor sociely for social sciences. Local clwapler
organized Dec. I, I924.
Presiclenl .,.LLL.LLl.LLlll..lLl A .l.,.....,..,LLL... .........,.,,,,, L .Louis Sancline
Vice Presiclenl ,..A.,,..,,.. , .,....,.,,A...., . LL.,,.lLl Julianne Ralslon
Secly.-Treas .,l., ,,... ..,.......L...,,.,L,,.l..L.... M a lcolm R. Eiselen
Presidenl .,,,,L,,,,l,,L,Al., ,VL..,,,,LL L,,,,L . L ,..LLl. Evelyn Barnelrl
Vice Presidenl ...L.......... .,....,, ,,.,,... ............... W e s ley Dunlon
Secly.-Trees ....A ....,LL.....,......,..,.,...,...A...., M alcolm R. Eiselen
Roger Abboll '
P. J. Jacobs
Bobbin Gay Peck
Childs Flicken er Dernmon Hobson John
Laqomarsino Miller Roberls Turlcalle Wes
P1-11 SIGMA GAMMA
Honorary lralernily for modern languages. Local chapler organized
in May, I929.
Presidenl ,.,.............o C ., o,oooo.. Frances Embrey
Vice Presidenl ,,.,r..V.,o.. , ,.,.,... Palricia Roberls
Secrelary ,.r...,.. re.,. ..,ee..... l. ora Lou Childs
Treasurer ...,..,.,,...c. ,.,,.,....s..,,., A lex Turlcalle
Hislorian ,..,s.,.,.. ,,.....,,,s.,,c..,...,.,rs..... ,,,,c..e ,.... R u + h Greenough
Lora Lou Childs
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Miller Morall Ranney Torvend Woodruff
Orclwesis, honorary dancing sociely.
Presiolenl ......o,.........,....o. oA...,...,o l-lelen Jean Torvenol
Vice Presiclenl ....,,,...... ., .,...,o,..,,.. Verna Dunslan
Secrelary Tresurer .,... , . A eee, Floriene Buoy
Eclillw Claire l-lixson
l-lelen Jean Torvencl
Camille Golf, l-lororary
B Enderlin Harmon Liedslrand
S en Shorl T
Nalional lralernily honoring oulslancing aclwievemenl in music.
FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS SPRING SEMESTER
Paul Taylor ,,........... ,...,,.,..SS.,.,......,. S upreme Councilman ...................,,.......,.,,..., Paul Taylor
Rodney Randalle ....,..... .,V. ........,....... P r esidenl ....,......,.,...,o, ,...,.,,,,.,, A lvin Liedsrrand
Alvin Liedslrand o,,,,o...,.,o .....,.o,..,,.. V ice Presidenl ,......,..... ,,,....AA,,.,,, R oolney Randall
Primo Yolo .,...... .....A.....,,... T reasurer ..,..........o .,.,,..,., W illiam Siegfried
Eric Alvord .A.... .......l.,.,... S ecrelary ,,.,o......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. A lberl Miller
Roy Berry ..........
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MU PHI EPSILON
Nalional honorary musical sororiry. Mu Ela chapler organized in l92O
Presidenf: ...o.....,V,,,.A.,,,.o....,,.,o,,V ,,,,, B . ...A. , .... I lrva Riclcson
Vice Presidenl .................. o,,,.. ........,,....o.. A nn Blundell
Recording Secrelary .............c ,...., ..,. .,,c E i l een Daniels
Corresponding Secrelary ,,,.cc,,,,,,....,. ,.... R ulh Johnson
Treasurer .c., -...,, . . ., ....,,..., ,,.,,.... . Ml-lelen Jean Torvend
l-lislorian ...,, ,eei . e.,. M iriam Burlon
Chaplain e,,ce ..c. eee,, N e lla Rogers
Warden ....,,, .I.. ..ss,,..ee.. . ,I e..,e .Virginia Brown
Choisler .c.,,. s........,,. , .. I..... .... ......,,,Y,ss,,, B R ulh Barnes
Mary Shaw Coslello
I-lelen Jean Torvend
Ak rs Ba rnefl
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THETA ALPHA PHI
Nalional clrannalic honorary lralrernily. Local clwapler organized in I922
Presidenr .......,,...,., ,.V,...aA..,..,.a..A.....A......,.....o.,..,, A rrlwur Farey
Secrelary .,A,.,,...A,.,,,.,,. .,,.. -..... .,... M o n a Belle l-lenclw
Vice Presiclenr ..,,.l..,,.a. ,,.,.,,,.,.,.... V elrna McCall
Treasurer ........,....,...,.o.,...,..,..,.a,,,,.,,,.,l.,,..........,.... Marion Akers
Marion Alcers Ar'r Farey I.aHa Ross
Evelyn Barnell Mona Belle l-lenclw Andrew Slwoolc
DeMarcus Brown Velma McCall Jean Smifh
Bobbin Gay Peclc
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Pl-iifer Pulich Russell Sandine
PHI KAPPA DELTA
Nalional honorary lralernily lor deloaling and forensics
Presidenl .....,........o...,.,....o..,..., .llr.,,..,..r.rr.l..,o,.,.,.. L ouis Sancline
Vice Presidenl .,.,.,,.Ao.,. A. ,o..oo ..o.o.l...... E rwin Farley
Secrelary Treasurer ,,l.,.. .Gregg Philer
Gladys Barlholornew Gregg Philer
Frances Embrey Dr. Roy C. McCall Marlin Pulich
Erwin Farley Jean Miller Bill Russell
Carl Frisen Marie Nichols Louis Sandine
Doris l-lancocls Dwayne Orlon Roberl Wrighl
PHI BHG PI
Nalional Junior College honorary lralernily for deloaiing and forensics
Presidenl ....,..,ci,, c,,.i.,,.cc., A c sccc .,ssss.s .......,..r. ..s. lvl a r 'rin Pulich
Vice Presidenl ,.,,.................,....,. ,...........,.....,... G regg Philer
Secrelary Treasurer .....,,..... Ghrislian Vanden Alrlrer
Chrislian Vanden Alcker Gregg Philer
Gladys Barlholomew Trevor Grilifilhs Marlin Pulich
Bill Biddiclc Dr. Roy C. lVlcCall Roberl Wrighl
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Wm. Villarruz Honorio E. Burigsay Marcello B. Umepeg Fausfino F. Daq cl
Eusebio N. Ballogdaian Mamerlo A. Revives
FILIPINO STUDENTS CLUB
P Founded on Feb. l3.V I938
Purposes: To promofe The group as a whole: +o gain recognilriong
To solve our mulrual problems: lo eslablish good will and good relalions
wilrh ofher groups.
Presidenl .......................... .....,....,.. W illiam Villarruz
Vice-Presidenl ,........,....,.,.....,...., ,...... l-l onorio E. Burigsay
Secrelary-Treasurer ,..,...,,,.,.,.,,. Fauslino S. Daquiado
Sargean+-al-Arms ....,,............,..... Mamerlo A, Revives
Audilor .....,.. ....,........,.,,........................,....., G ene lvlingming
Members: Marcello Umepeg, Eusebio Balogdajan
Dixon Beclcer Marsh
Rippey Van Gelder Wood
SCRCDLL AND STYLUS
An honorary lilerary guild, which slresses crealive wririnq and Jrhoughl,
basic arls which are prevalenl in all walks ol life.
Presiclenl c.......,i .ii..... . . i....., B ,c.. ...,,c A .Gladys l-lughes
Secrelary Treasurer ,ccc,c cccc ,.i,......,. B ...,,,,,, D o ris Marsh
Roger Abboll Florine Buoy Torn Rippey
Bob Baslian Bob Davis lngelborq von loben Sels
Dorolhy Van Gelder
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Flooring one oT his besT l3aslceTbal quinTeTs in seasons, The besT Ralph Francis,
PaciTic: varsiTy coach, could qeT was a deTiciT on The I937-38 season play, winding up
wi+h a sTandinq oT 9 won and II losT.
From The very sTarT oT The campaign, The Tiger lads looked as Though They
would conquer anyThing in casaba duds. They had everyjrhing,-heighT, abiliTy. and
speed,-Tor The True virTues oT baslceTball. They ran roughshod over a horde of alumni
Top row-Hench, McWilliams, Adamlna, Avery. Dahl, Hoffman, Francis
BoTTom row-Parsons, KniveTon. Dunlap, Koehler, Rippon
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in The annual season opener, 63-35, To bear ouT pre-campaign predicTions.
They conTinued The pre-conTerence play by drubbing a sTurdy Auburn Town Team.
Win number Three was acquired aT The expense oT a barnsTorming l-lasTings College
Tive Trom Nebraska. 47-36. The IQ37-38 PaciTic VarsiTy sTopped and looked around aT
This poinT, Tor They were becoming world beaTers.
BuT They looked The wrong way Too long, iT seems, Tor a big, black ThunderbolT
came ouT oT The EasT and bowled over C. O. P.'s hereToTore crack CaT crew. The
Traveling Broadway Clowns, a consisTenT negro baskeTbaIl aggregaTion. applied a sweeT
sober-up iob To The varsiTy when They slipped Them Their TirsT loss oT The year, 39-35.
This apparenTly shocked The Bengal hardwooders To such an exTenT ThaT They "knew
noT whaT They did". Given a Tair chance To Tinish higher in The NorThern CaliTornia
circuiT Than They had The previous season lPaciTic losT eighT successive games and
wound up in lasT place in l937l, The C. O. P. varsiTy prompTly duplicaTed Their lasT ill
perTormance in This league. FighTing Their hearTs ouT in all The games, and minus
Their sTar guard, l-lal KniveTon, in Two games, The Tigers dropped all eighT conTesTs
in The "home and home" N.C.l.B.C. schedule. SanTa Clara, San Jose, ST. Mary's,
and U. S. F. each deTeaTed The clawless Tigers Twice.
SanTa Clara opened The season in Tiger Town wiTh a 35-24 vicTory over The Ben-
gals led by Mick Parsons, corking CaT veTeran, who made eighT poinTs, and Paul Rippon,
Tlashy San Francisco J. C. TransTer To The PaciTic varsiTy, who hooped seven digiTs.
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by Rippon who scored IO digifs. The second game was iusf a duplicafe of fhe firsf.
Rippon scored IO in fhis one foo. The double win puf Pacific af fhe head of fhe Far
The following week, Ralph Francis foolc his men fo Nevada for whaf proved fo
be fhe vifal series of fhe conference run. Playing a double header in Reno, The Ben-
gals losf fwo fo Nevada U. and slipped info a second place fie wifh fhe Cal. Aggies.
The scores: 37-22, 44-34. The firsf affair was a hard one fo lose, ye C. O. P. varsify
going fo fhe wars sans being in shape. The second filf was sfill harder fo lose since fhe
lead changed hands five differenf fimes. wifh fhe Tigers sfanding high af fhe half. l-low-
ever, fhe Wolves had foo much sfuff on fhe ball on fheir own courf. Dunlap's I2 poinfs
in fhe second fracas represenfed Pacific's besf showing af Reno.
Meefing fheir second place buddies in fhe fhird conference series meanf one of
fwo fhings fo fhe Bengal-do or die. l-le did-do. The Francismen easily whipped fhe
Aggie Musfangs in fwo games: 46-39 af Woodland, and 27-20 in Tiger Town. This
flipped fhe Aggs ouf of Far Wesfern confenfion and gave fhe Tigers a fighfing chance
for fhe "win dough." Paul Rippon led fhe scoring in game number one wifh a I9 fofal.
l-le came back in fhe second game wifh 8 fo help ease fhe Sfripecl Cafs info undispufed
Wifh fhe lasf series of fhe season and conference on fap, Pacific found fhaf fhe end
Avery bals one ine-O, Fresno! Hoffman in The air aqainsf Bulldogs.
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and perhaps a TirsT. PaciTic lay wiTh The same ThoughT in mind. Qpinio
being spliT on The ulTimaTe ouTcome oT The seT-To, The Francis Tiger seT
everyone righT by double-dosing a very Tough Fresno Tive. Scores: 50-47,
36-34. This compleTed The season and Tound C. O. P. lodging in The "2
hole," a sTep behind The new champions, Nevada, wiTh six wins, Two losses
Taking everyThing inTo consideraTion. The I937-38 PaciTic baskeTbal
campaign was a preTTy Tair one. The dismal showing in NorThern Cali-
Tornia circles was guiTe expecTed. The second place acquired by The
Francismen in F. W. sTandings was a good deal.
Mick Parsons was high poinTer Tor The season wiTh l83. IT was The
brillianT Torward's lasT year oT college baskeTball and he bowed ouT gra
ciously. l-lal KniveTon, capTain-and sTar guard oT The Bengal c1uinTeT, als
said "Tarewell" To his collegiaTe baskeTball days. l-le came Through wiT
anoTher mighTy Tine season. The Tind oT The season was liTTle Paul "Rip"
Rip-pon oT San Francisco. l-lis greaT ball handling and super-shooTing
saved many a Tiger siTuaTion, albeiT noT enough. l-le Tinished The scoring'
season wiTh a I76 poinT ToTal. Men like McWilliams, Doyle, Adamina,
Dahl, Dunlap, Koehler, and, oT course, Rippon will make up The brunT oT'
The '38-'39 campaigner.
Adamina Parsons iumping Tor Pacific. Mickey T. hawks one oTT The board.
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COACH EARL R. JACKSON
Track resumed ils righlful place among The major sporls al Jrhe College of Jrhe
Pacific This year. For rhe firsl lime in hall a decade hoslile spikes scarred lhe Baxrer
Called from graduale work ai' Slanford came Coach Earl R. "SJronewall" Jackson
lo direc'r lhe lorlunes of lhe Bengal cindermen. Behind him lay an excellenl record of
Jrwenly years coaching in The lvlidwesl.
Afler five years of Jrrack famine, Jrhe sjrarved Bengals were ready ro go, buf were
woefully unprepared. l-lardly a man on Jackson's squad had had inlercollegialre com-
pelilive experience, and a large percenlage had eifher no experience or second-rare
high school records.
Back row: Jackson. B, Parsons, M. Parsons, Calrerall, Bovey, Gardner, DePuy, Parlier
Middle row: Dunlap, Hoicfman, Peck, Doyle, Tomasini, Nelson, Avery
Fronl row: Scoirr, Alkinson, Hansbrow. Tulloch. McDonnell, Sfarr
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By far fhe hardesf worlcer associafed wifh fraclc acfivify was Coach Jackson
himself. Nearly singlehanded he builf fhe pifs, supervised fhe rebuilding of The fraclc,
and fhen scraped and finished if personally. Working consfanfly himself, he drove
his men as hard as fhe weafher would allow.
Under his occasionally causfic exferior, fhe Bengal fraclcmen found Coach Jaclc-
son sympafhefic and anxious fo fif in af his new charge. l-lis big urge was pafenfly
fo do anyfhing which would build a beffer fraclc feam fo represenf fhe College of fhe
To build four pifs and fheir runways, fo reconsfrucf an almosf ruined fraclc, and
fo mold a fraclc feam in fhe face of fhe obsfacles he faced, were accomplishmenfs
worfhy of fhe more famous "S+onewall" of a generafion ago. ln ferms of meefs won
and losf, fhe firsf season musf be called a failure. ln ferms of consfrucfive foundafions
on which fufure success can be builf, Coach Jaclcson's season deserves high praise.
I-lasfening fo answer Coach Jaclcson's call for frack afhlefes fhis spring came more
'lhan sixfyprospecfive wearers of fhe orange and black, green buf ambifious fo learn.
Dogged by misforfune af every sfep and prevenfed from pracficing by rain which
furned fhe Baxfer Sfadium oval info a bog, fhe Bengals frained as besf fhey could
on roads and bypafhs.
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Then came The TirsT inTercolIegiaTe Track meeT. Traveling To Chico To parTici-
paTe in whaT The WiIdcaT Termed "The TasTesT dual meeT in The schooI's hisTory," They
Tound a 40 mile gale ancl The Chico varsiTy waiTing. Reams. Campbell. KosTiz and
Co. were 93-38 Too much Tor The Bengals.
Lewis Ford provided The brighT spoT in The oTherwise drab aTTernoon Tor The Orange
and Black. I-Ie erased The school high iump record wiTh a leap oT 5' IO". I-Iis marlc
oT I I' 3" in The pole vauI+ was unchallenged. The sole oTher TirsT going To The Bengals
was Talcen by VincenT Peck in The 220.
This season's only oTher dual meeT Tound The Bengals again on The shorT end oT
a big counT. The IvlusTangs 'From Davis came To BaxTer STadium and conquered The
Tigers, 87-44. This Time PaciTic's chosen compiled Tive TirsT places. Cordner Nelson
won The mile and Two mile, Ford again Took The high jump, Ivliclc Parsons won The pole
vaulT. and The Tiger relay arTisTs came ouT vicTorious.
ATTer a meeT wiTh Fresno STaTe had been cancelled by The dicTaTes oT JupiTer Plu-
vius, The big day came. TwenTy wearers oT The Orange and Black made The Trip To Davis
Field Tor The Far WesTern ConTerence MeeT. TwenTy sTalwarT sons oT The original
Bengal Tiger wenT norTh deTermined To win Tame Tor Their insTiTuTion and honor 'For
Fresno STaTe soon jumped inTo an ever-increasing lead. Chico STaTe Tollowed her
up Tor a Time. and Then Tell behind. Nevada, hopelessly ouTcIassed. held The basemenT.
The real TighT was beTween The College oT The PaciTic and The Cal Aggies Tor
Third place. The Aggies were on Tamiliar TerriTory and had already liclced The Bengals
in Their dual encounTer, buT-.
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The honor OT winning The TirsT poinT Tor The Bengals wenT To Lloyd I-IoTTman. wiTh
a TourTh in The miIe run. Cordner Nelson added number Two in The Two mile.
Then George Tomasini blazed himseIT inTo Third place in The 880, running The dis-
Tance in 2:0 I .6. Two poinTs were added To The PaciTic ToTal.
A roar Trom The crowd signaled Lewis Ford's TeaT oT clearing I3 TeeT in The pole
vauIT Tor a new PaciTic record and The conTerence gold medal. Below Torm in The high
iump, he had To be conTenT wiTh a Tie Tor second aT close To six TeeT. Seven and a haIT
poinTs were added To The PaciTic ToTal, and Ford crowned high poinT man oT The I938
VincenT Peck came Through To add anoTher poinT To The Bengal ToTal in a TasT 220.
Mick Parsons jumped 22' I" To Take Third in The broad jump, while BonniTieId added
anoTher wiTh a TourTh in The discus.
Wifh only The mile relay IeTT. The score was Fresno 72, Chico 42If9, Cal Aggies
Ib. PaciTic I5If2, and Nevada 8. Fred Boyes, Ernie ATkinson, George Tomasini, and
VincenT Peck ran The relay in 3:28 To beaT The Aggies and land The Orange and Black
ahead oT Their perennial rivals.
Sparked by Ford's dazzling perTormance, The Bengals had clawed Their way Trom
The dungeon To Third place in. The Far WesTern Comcerence. School records in The
pole vauIT and high iump had been broken, boTh by The sophomore sTar, Ford. Tom-
asini had come Trom The unknown To an evenT enTireIy new To him, and had run nearly
a 2 minuTe haIT. I-Ie was undoubTedIy, as Coach Jackson puT iT, "The mosT improved
man on The squad." AT The Fresno Relays he was. one oT The Tew Bengals To compeTe
againsT The class oT The WesT.
ln Their firsT season of Track compeTiTion in years, The Bengal cubs compiled a
baTTing average of .333. Three meefs were held, each found improved performances
and lasT saw The Orange and Black vicfory banner raised for The lone Time This year in
MeeTing STockTon High School's powerful Tarzans in Their firsT TesT, The unfried
Bengal Babes Tell before l.eichT, lvloore, and company, 74-30. Pracfically a duplicafe
performance was regisfered aT Lodi, when They dropped Their second meeT, 77-36.
Then The curfain fell wiTh a 70-52 vicTory over Placer Junior College.
l-ligh poinT honors for The season were evenly divided befween Richard T-layashi
and WalTer Laederich. l-layashi promises To become one of The Wesf CoasT's ouT-
sfanding broad iumpers, having leaped over 22' in Two meeTs This season. l-le was one
Bengal Taken To compefe in The Fresno Relays.
Leaderich won The high hurdles and The pole vaulT againsf Placer and STockTon,
revealing himself as a likely prospecf for nexf year's varsiTy. George Fowler was one
of The finesf performers for The Bengal Babes, winning a firsT place in a differenf evenf
ir? each meeT, The 440 againsT STockTon, The T00 againsT Lodi, and The 220 againsf
Buford Bush, Vic Meyers, and Glenn l-larTer were The Frosh crack disTance men
This year. Bush has a record of 253.5 in The quarfer and 2:05 in The half. Meyers was
one of The ouTsTanding men ouf, buf illness kepf him from winning a firsT place. l-lar-
Ter's work in The mile and The half showed sfeady improvemenf.
Back row: DePuy, Monnie, Lauppe. Bryanf. Klass, I-larfer, Gobel
Middle row: STockard, Folendorf, Bush, Meyers, Fowler, Aifkens
FronT row: Goodman, MedhursT, Thornfon, Hayashi, Bishop
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DespiTe losing all oT lasT season's leTTermen, The I938 Bengal Bombers, more gen-
erally known as PaciTic's Tennis VarsiTy, won Tour ouT oT six maTches againsT Top-TlighT
compeTiTion. Gone were such aces as BrighT, CorTez, Beck Parsons. Taking Their
places were hi+herTo unTesTed guT-wielders I-lellman, Sapiro, McBride, and The new-
comers delivered sTirringly in The major wars.
VicTories were regisTered in maTches wiTh Two oT The ToughesT Jaysee neT squads
in The sTaTe, SacramenTo J. C. and San lVlaTeo J. C. Scores were C. O. P. 4, Sac-
ramenTo J. C. 2, C. 0. P. 6, San lv1aTeo J. C. l Remaining Two Triumphs were gain-
ed aT The expense oT The CaliTornia Aggies in a home-and-home series, 6-I, 5-I. Only
seTbacks suTTered by The remodeled KieldseniTes came when The Tigers ran inTo The
Tough Tommy Wilson-coached San Francisco Jaysees, 6-I, and when San MaTeo upseT
The dope, 4-2. A sevenTh dual maTch, wiTh Far WesTern Comference champs, Fresno
STaTe, was called oTT aT The elevenTh hour when The downsTaTe school was unable To send
a squad To STockTon.
Final TabulaTion revealed ThaT The Tiger Tenniseers garnered a ToTal oT 24 indi-
vidual maTches To Their opponenTs' I5, prooT enough ThaT PaciTic, Though rep-resenT-
ed by a comparaTively inexperienced squad, more Than held iTs own on The courT.
ln The Far WesTern league championships aT Davis, The Bengal rackeTeers were
noT aT Top Torm, did IiTTIe To prevenT anoTher Fresno STaTe vicTory sweep. In singles
play, Jack McBride, Seeyopee's lone enTranT, Tell in The opening round beTore PeTer-
son oT Nevada, 6-I, 6-4. The doubles combine oT Francis I-lellman and I-lerman Sa-
piro breezed Through The TirsT round, handing The Aggie Twin sTrokers, Lomkin and
WaTerman, a neaT sTraighT-seT pasTing, 6-2, 6-3. In The Tinals, however, The PaciTic Team
Tell beTore The neT wizardry oT Fresno's ace duo, Dunkin and Bloyd. Scores, iden-
Tical, were swiTT, decisive: 6-I , 6-I, 6-I.
H II n Fuller Dahl Pugrnire WenTz Sapiro Moen MaTTh
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Besf individual record of fhe season was furned in by shorf, smoofh Francis l-lell-
man, who won fwo-fhirds of all his singles mafches, as well as feaming up wifh Sapiro
fo form Pacific's mosf formidable doubles feam. Thelaffer, freshman ace of fwo years
ago, also showed greaf improvemenf, was a consisfenf winner. Pofenfially powerful
nefman was Jaclc McBride, whose record was nof so impresive as fhe frail-blazing pace
of l-lellman and Sapiro, buf who showed enough fo be delegafed C. O. P.'s besf singles
bef in fhe conference fourney. Russell Pugmire, affer a slow sfarf, came like a Red-
wood blaze in fhe closing sfages of fhe season, displayed definife promise of becom-
ing a fufure nef sfar. These four, l-lellman, Sapiro, McBride and Pugmire, received
fhe orange Block P on a whife sweafer, fhe fradifional varsify fennis award.
Ofher members of fhe i938 Varsify volley'n'fhunder squad were Earle Dahl, Gene
Fuller, Bob Wenfz, Dave Maffhews, Gabriel l-lausladen, Barney Moen. From fhis
group should come winning maferial for nexf year's baseline encounfers. Coach Chris
Kieldsen did a good iob in developing bell-ringers from fhis spring's green, willing
bunch and should experience less frouble in building a conquering crew in l939.
Showing Tine promise, The Frosh neTTers won Tour, losT only one oT Their meeTs
wiTh Top-noTch high school Teams.
The wins were accomplished againsT Oakdale l-li, 6-lg Sonora, 7-Og and The Lodi
Flames. Twice, by The idenTical scores of 4-2, 4-2. The only Tly in The oTherwise p-erTecT
oinTmenT proved To be The Tarzans oT STockTon l-ligh School, who handed The Babes
a 5-O shellaclcing.
ConsisTenT winners ThroughouT The season and poTenTial VarsiTy aces were Francis
Banchio and Murray l-lunT, boTh oT whom breezed To vicTory in all buT Their SToclcTon
I-li maTches. These lads, TogeTher wiTh Marcello Umipeg and l-lerberT TouT, displayed
abiliTy ThaT marks Them as good VarsiTy Timber.
The doubles Team oT Banchio and TouT losT only one maTch during The season,
while The combine oT l-lunT and Umipeg had a record almosT as good.
Comp-leTe Frosh rosTer included Francis Banchio, l-lerberT TouT, Marcello Umipeg,
Murray l-lunT, Rodney l-luclcaby and Roy Tashima. Coach, oT course, was The omni-
presenT Kieldsen. Numerals were awarded To Banchio, Umipeg and l-lunT.
Umipeg, Hunt l-luclcaby, Tashima
WhiTe, Wilson, ColleTT, Cencirulo, Gidley, Guggolz, Lyman, Shedler, Kries
The TirsT VarsiTy swimming Team To Take The waTer since PaciTic dedicaTed iTs new
pool Turned in a good season record oT Tive wins in six sTarTs, deTiniTely made Bengal
sporTs Tollowers acoluaTic-minded. -
Led by Jimmy Kries and Verne Kinser, a pair oT lvlodesTo J. C. TransTers, and
augmenTed by several oT lasT year's ice-breaking Frosh splash crew, The I938 Tiger
churners losT only one meeT, The opener againsT sTrong San Jose, 48-26, Then proceed-
ed To win Tive sTraighT as Tollows: SanTa Clara, 35-227 Menlo J. C., 48-273 Menlo J.
C., a second Time, 42-33: SanTa Clara's Tinny Broncos again, 38-l9g and Tinally Fresno,
To The Tune oT 39 To 35.
Jimmy Kries, sTar Tree-sTyler, averaged beTTer Than Ten poinTs per meeT, was un-
deTeaTed in The IOO-yard sprinT evenT all season. l-lis besT Time, Tor The cenTury, made
in The SanTa Clara meeT and esTablishing a new PaciTic pool record, was 56.6. The Lodi
Tlash was also a dependable perTormer in The 220-yard Tree-sTyle evenT and anchor
man on The relay Team.
Among The oTher consisTenT poinT-garners, Verne Kinser, who seT a new pool rec-
ord oT :26.8 in The 50-yard Tree-sTyle, sTood ouT. Kinser won every sTarT buT one in
The shorT sprinT.
Olher reliables on lhe hislory-malcing Jranlc squad were Ellon Cencirulo, breasl-
slrolcerg Jaclc Guggolz, Jesse Gidley, Gordy While, free-slylislsg Phil Slrarr and Lew
lvlorrill, divers. The lirsl'-named wasa consislenl "buHerlly" man, was "in Jrhe money"
in every rneel.
Rounding oul The Kieldsen splash brigade were Dick Collell, baclc-slrokerg Bob Ly-
man, back slrolce and free-siyle performer: and Bill Schedler and Park Wilson, free-
Lellers were won by Kries, Kinser, Cencirulo, Collell, Guggolz, While, Gidley.
The showing of The l938 Varsily augurs greal Jrhings for lhe fujrure ol Pacific
swimming. Only one weakness, in lhe baclc-slrolce, was palpably oulslanding. Wilh
The advenl of Fred Van Dyke, Jrhis silualion should be remedied nexl season, when
C. O. P. will, from all indicalions, splash on lo bigger and beller accomplishmenls.
Looney Kries Colleif
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Jacobsen, Joenes, l-lunT, MorTon, Looney
The sTory OT Frosh swimming Tor l938 is The sTory OT one Fred Van Dyce. This
l3O-Ib. beauTy was noT The whole Frosh Team, buT almosT. BrieTly, This is whaT Van
Dyke did during The season:
ln every one OT The nine Frosh meeTs, he won boTh The lO0-yard back-sTroke and
The 220-yard Tree-sTyle, generally Tinishing abouT a Tank-lengTh or Two ahead oT his
nearesT opponenT. l-le seT pool records in Three evenTs, namely, l:06.5 in The l00-
yard back-sTrokeg I:43.3 in The l50-yard back-sTroke and 2:22.4 in The 220 Tree-sTyle.
In addiTion To These "regular" perTormances, The STockTon wizard oT The waTers
appeared in record-shaTTering exhibiTions up and down The CoasT, esTablishing him-
sell: as an ouTsTanding WesT CoasT prospecT Tor The l940 Olympic swimming Team.
l-lis perTormances were unparalleled in The WesT This year.
DespiTe The classy churning oT Van Dyke and Team-maTes Wayne Bird and Les
Jacobsen. The Frosh were able To win only Three oT Their nine meeTs. STockTon l-li
was deTeaTed, 29-283 Lodi l-li Tell by The same slim margin, and Oakdale was drubbed
DeTeaTs came because oT lack oT poinT-geTTers To sup-porT The sTars. STockTon
l-li sunk The Freshman naTaTors Twice, 35-22 and 39-I8, while Lodi did iT Thrice, 34-23,
3 I-26, and 30-27. The oTher seTback,came Trom Berkeley, 42-23.
Aside Trom pace-seTTer Van Dyke's eTTorTs, sTandouT perTormances were Bird's
mark oT :26.3 in The 50-yard Tree-sTyle and breasT-sTroker Jacobsen's Time oT l:l7.7
in The I00-yard version oT his specialTy. These Two men were consisTenT winners in al-
mosT every meeT.
OTher members oT The squad were Jack FiTTing, Tom Lee, Dan Looney, Murray l-ITTTTT,
Joenes, and Charles MorTon. Nurnerals wenT To Van Dyke, Bird, Jacobsen, and Looney.
Intro Murol Sports
ConTinuing To dominaTe The PaciTic inTerclass sporTs scene, The men oT '38 march-
ed To anoTher subsTanTial vicTory in Their Tinal year. The Seniors lecl The Tield by a wide
margin, by virTue oT Their Triumphs in pingpong, volleyball, Track, baseball and oTher
sporTs, including horseshoes, boxing and archery.
Runners-up in The inTramural grab-TesT were The Sophomores, who copped in Ten-
nis, golf and boxing. The Class oT '40 was The only class To seriously challenge The su-
premacy oT The Seniors, coming wiTh a rush on Class Day To give The TourTh-year men
a lasT-minuTe scare.
The Juniors showed up Third, wiTh a baskeTball championship, archery, swimming
and boxing honors giving Them mosT oT Their poinTs.
Down in The ruck were The Freshmen, who did well in golT, swimming and baseball.
l-lighlighT oT The inTramural schedule was The inTerclass Track meeT, where compeTi-
Tion reached high ebb and several new school marks were seT. 0Ther hoTly-conTesTed
sporTs were baskeTball ancl baseball, The laTTer seeing Jerry KeiThley's Senior sluggers
breezing in behind The sTerling leTTy's TasT-ball chucking.
Annual Class Day, lvlay 20, broughT The inTramural program To a bang-up close
wiTh boxing TeaTuring The olay's acTiviTy, swimming and All-College Tennis also vying
Tor specTaTors' aTTenTion. Under The guidance oT Chris Kieldsen, and The assisTance
oT Coach Jackson, The l937-38 inTerclass program saw The greaTesT acTive TurnouT in
The hisTory oT C. O. P.
Junior Basketball Champs: McDonnell, Finney, Nelson, l-loTlman, MaTTh
Senior Volleyball Champs
P P g Pong Banchio, Tennis WhiTe Wilson Parsons
BarTleTT Challis KniveTon
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The Woman's Afhlefic Associafion comlolefed a successful year wifh individual
sporfs clominafing mosf of fhe year's evenfs. This year, in confrasf fo fhe inacfivify
of pasf years, fournamenfs were held in fennis, ping-pong, badminfon, deck-fennis, golf
This year we were forfunafe in having Beffy Rae Sfone's column of women's sporfs
in fhe Pacific Weekly. Due fo her arficle, more girls knew abouf fhe W. A. A. evenfs
fhan in previous years.
During fhe firsf semesfer, The W. A. A. of lvlodesfo Junior College invifed Pacific's
women fo a play day of varied sporfs wifh fhe compefirion very keen.
On April The 23rd, The W. A. A. oT PaciTic sponsored a play-day Tor The lViodesTo
Junior College girls. The chieT evenTs carried on during The aTTernoon were individual
On April 3OTh oT This semesTer The women oT Pacific Traveled To iviodesTo To
parTicipaTe in The annual Triangular play-day held on The ModesTo Junior College
grounds. Women Trom SacramenTo Junior College, College oT PaciTic, and ModesTo
Junior College parTicipaTeol in many evenTs ThroughouT The day.
On annual Class Day. May 20, sponsored by The inTramural aThleTic board, The
girls Took parT in The swimming meeT and a baseball game beTween The SToclcTon Jun-
ior College and College oT The PaciTic.
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Golden West Zoric Cleaning
WhaT The underlying causes OT aTTracTion are
beTween men and women, we are noT prepared
To say here. BUT we do Teel The TirsT impression
is mosT always . . . neaTness in aTTire. And ThaT's
where our Modern Zoric SysTem can be oT such
Quick' help l WiTh This meThod-
CloThes sTay clean longer
Thorough I CloThes sTay pressed longer
Dependable! CloThes mainTain Their original lusTre longer
GOLDEN WEST Ins.
SOI N. SIERRA NEVADA - - - Pl-TONE 4334
340 E. Main Srreel' Srockfon Phone 3037
Smart Apparel for tl1e College Girl
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Feafurmg exclusive 'faslwions by A X 75
Mangone . . . Del Monle Hickey . . . Milgrim . . . LeH'ie Lee F 3
. . . Nelly Don . . . and a hosr of orher famous designers : : : JLE XA, 2,3 D
COATS - SUITS - DRESSES - SPORTWEAR - MILLINERY fim-
SHOES - GLOVES - BAGS - HOSIERY X uf V ay
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of u billion dollar bgnk
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fl d Savings Association, CALIFORNIA
- DCFIAL DEPUEII' INSURANCE CURPOIIATIQN
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OF STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA
Conducts a General Commercial
and Savings Banic, Trust and Safe
- MEMBER -
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Wood F E FERRELLs.CO
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Alfalfa WE GRIND AND CLEAN GRAIN AND MIX FEEDS
Chicken Feed AND MAKE MASHES IN OUR OWN MILL
Bunding MaIerIaI Phone I002 for Your Order
Sprays 730 S. California Street Stockton, California
Hunter at Park
HANSEL 8a ORTMAN
CADILLAC - LA SALLE - OLDSMOBILE
G. M. C. TRUCKS
TO TI-IE WISE BUYER
WE INVITE COMPARISON
OE QUALITY AND PRICE
WITI-I ANY WI-IOLESALER
3I N. EL DORADO STREET PHONE I553
U 1 N., Q5
"On the Campus 'For you". The
Official Book Store of the College
of the Pacific and Stockton Junior
College New and Used Textbooks.
Supplies of all kinds.
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ASK FOR VITAMIN "B" BREAD
Phone 3077 AT YOUR GROCER
Fourteen Perfect Bowling Alleys-Latest ancl Improved
"For Healtl1's Sake-Bowl"
BERNIE E. CASSIDY, Manager
I39 E. Channel Street Phone' i478
T H R O N E ' S
5C ' SIQDCR' 15C noslrs 'ruxnno Pm-mMAcY
2002 Pacific Avenue one
COMPLETE LINE OF
N ie A Fi 1
oIIege headquarters for fountain anol IIN LI
sioecieI Iuncnes. Delicious Irozen desserts fc
mecIe to orcIer. Ice cream. IndivicIuaI molds. ,. L
,m-g pies '
Q 1-H1 Cakes
A In I ' 1928 Pacific Avenue
CIHIXAITQJACTIEIR CANIDIIES T I H 1285
eep one . .
FUR THE GRADUATE
Pacific Avenue Coffee SI1op B E N B U N D G A R A G E
Home Cooked Meals E GENERAL REPAIRING
Buy A Meal Ticke+ and Save Money IGNITION AND MQTQR TUNE Up
' BATTERIES - STORAGE
55.50 Meal Tickef for 55.00
2043 Pacifie Ave. Stockton 2024 Pacific Ave. Phone I645
3 IC E C R E A M C A K E
E" 9' FRQZEN FRUITS PASTRY
ORSI'S, a n d 6 H CI
ll VEGETABLES DELICATESSEN,
FOR HER MAJESTY THE HOUSEWIFE
I9I0 PACIFIC AVE. I PHONE 6II
THE MOST MODERN FOODSTORE IN CALIFORNIA
After the dance IS over . . .
Eff if C
Go vvI1ere students all meet Ior FRIENDSHIP and REIZRESHIVIEINITS
I 'XX 2305 Pacific Avenue
C In Jr mc Complimenfs of
Omp 'men S O STOCKTON 'TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Charles Daniel H0Hig9l'. M- S-I M- D- The place where S4 per monfh buys any make 'rypewrifer
Radiologisf and Pafhologisf NO CARRYING CHARGE
Phone I '73 S+ock+on Calif. L. P. Monagl13ag1,E?vglsIQSqueaky Eiiensg Cggmpus Agenf
IRVING S. ZEIMER, M. D.
IOO5 Medico-Denfal Building
q,m ,eeeie, W LLL 2
::f- 4" X H Stoclcton
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LeeAe 4fL L L Lee i
qi-QQQ 423 E. Main St.
Le A Lee SALJNDERS su PPER SHQP
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R 0 B E R T H, K E E L E R in +he FINEST in JEWELERY.
Opfomemsf Before Purchasing Visi+
Successor lo Powell 84 Keller 8:
3I S. San Joaquin S+. Sfocldon, Calif. 339 E. Main S+' JFW-ELFRS1 - - S+ock+on
mx 6 4 B. C. WALLACE sf soN
Q ' ,ax MORTICIANS
. 'JK ix A -64 .
Success to the Class of '38 Phone sfocnon 4651
We wish fo express our apprecia+ion for your pa+- g
ronage during +l'1e pas? year. We shall ai' all limes,
in 'Phe 'Fufure as in fhe past endeavor fo please.
520 Nor+l1 Su++er Sfreef
Weber af Su++er, S'rocld'on Phone I
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COLLEGIATE CLOTHES EOR
535 E. MAIN STREET STOCKTON
We Befzbfzfe . . .
WE BELIEVE I'ha'r Good Will is worfh geHing, cuII'iva+ing, and perpefuafing by fair
dealing, good service and uniform excellence in our producfs.
WE BELIEVE in giving prompi' aHen+ion 'ro 'rhe needs and requesfs of our cusI'omers,
Ihereby s+rengI'hening Ihe 'Hes of 'Friendly confidence which have exis+ed for so
WE BELIEVE in using 'rhe mosf efficieni' machinery 'Iha+ can be obfained, in puH'ing
fhe besi' workmanship and ma'reriaI info our iproducI's, and Ihe mosI' rigid inspec-
Iion of Ihe finished produc'I'.
AND FINALLY: This concern believes ii' can affribufe Hs consIan+ grqw'I'h of 'Friends
+o Ihe policy so cIoseIy adhered Io since our beginning-IT'S THE RE-ORDERS
THAT COUNT! Only sa'risfied cusromers re+urn.
Royensfeel Prmfmg Company, 1116.
625 Easf Marker SI'reeI' E S'IocId'on, Caiifornia
BLUE RIBBON MOLLV SAYS
'E R ULU' 6117715
UBI YMIIIS afier aIIIhaIs whaIYouwani
If J DIETRICI-I 84 CO
LANDS I-IOMES INSURANCE
Eas+ Weber venue oc Ion,
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"I may noI go Io scI1ooI I
' Or be Icnown for my knowledge
Bu+ I can give much Ioe++er milk
Than any prof af CoIIege."
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We Are Proud...
COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC
STOCKTON JUNIOR COLLEGE
In hrs recenf vu II 'ro Sfocldon Dr von Klein
Smld Presldenf of The Unrverslly of Soulhern
California pralsed your college very highly
and nl' as our cleslre 'ro ass1s+ you Ihaf you
may conhnue Io malnlam your hugh slranclarcls
We exfend Io Ihe Graduahng
Class and all o+her sfudenfs our
Congralulahons and Besr Washes
Stoclcton Dry Goods Co
Sfocldon Complele DeparImen+ Sfore
BOBB INN FOR REFRESHMENTS
Qurclc and EH-ICIGHI Curb Servuce
Open Illl I OO A M
THE BOBB INN
CHARLIE DAI-IL Proprlelor
Phone 5024 I I47 N El Dorado Sfreef
nf i ig X
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Experience Jrhe grealesl Teacher of Ihem all has
roven fume and hme again 'rhal TRUE economy
loeglns wr'rh Qualify S 81 W Fine Foods have
a world wlde repulahon of being Conslsrenfly
'rhe Besrl Remember you II never go
wrong on S 81 WI
SW FINE FUUDS.mc
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Covers lor tlwe 1938 Naranjado
Supplied by I
Silvius C8e Sclmoenbaclcler
Boolcbinclers and Manufacturing Stationers
SCHOOL ANNUAL COVERS IN FABRIKOID
CLOTI-I AND ART PAPER
STAMPED AND EMBOSSED
B ST WIS!-IES AND SUCCESS
TO THE CLASS OF l938
J C PENNEY CO INC
reel Sacramenlo, Call
5 K 3-Q W S' l
A d 'ro Those Who Will Relurn for 'l'l'1S New College YN
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- Hess De Luxe Have Specialized ln -
CLEANING MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND
:CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL:
Furs SZOrea'--- Repairecf
HESS DE LUXE
CLEANERS - FURRIERS A
348 W. Harding Way Phone I I82
PM APPAREL FO R EN AND BOYS WHERE wEEL-DREssED WOMEN eATHER
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225575 'E5EQa.1,y. A"' 1'1
The name you'H hear moslr frequenily menfioned
'V"1 1 ..-' is--1 -'-'1' ' ':'2 is +ha'r of
FOR CAMPUS OR CAREER...
For Young Men who are looking forward To anoiher
year on +he Campus or a new adven+ure wi'rh desks
of rheir own on The firsr job, here's a line-up +ha+s
hard ro bear-Arrow Shirfs, Ties, Underwear-Ganh
ner Swearers-Nunn-Bush. Edgerion Shoes-Knox Hafs
-Timely, Hickey Freeman Clofhes
BHV5 sf MQKEEANL
FOR MEN FOR BOYS
3I3 Easr Main Srreer
Smith 84 Lang
For +he smarfesi women know Thai i+'s here 'rhey'H find
'rhe mosr disringuished frocks for every occasion-Jrhe
mos'r individual accessories-'rhe loveliesjr Things for
'iheir charming homes. We inviie YOUR parronage
NATHAN BARBOUR, M. D.
Diseases of fhe Hearf
PERCY B. GALLEGOS, M. D.
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
908 Medlco Denfal Bulldlng
F J ODONNELL M D
8I I Medlco Denfal Bunldmg
Office Phone l848
HUDSON SMY-l'l'lE lvl D
Pracflce Llmlfed fo Urology
Sulfe I205 Mecllco Denfal Bulldlng
GEO H SANDERSON M D
Sunfe l205 Medlco Denfal Building
BARTON POWELL Jr M D
EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT
Phone I930 Bank of America Bulldmg
EDMUND FROST lvl D
Office Phone 7839 Res Phone 5770
Sulfe 406 Medlco Denfal Building
DO C T O R L Y N C H
Offlce Phone 82 Residence Phone 8667
C A BROADDUS M D
EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT
Sunfe 950 Medlco D nfal Building Sfoclcfon
DR C E STABLER
Sulfe l003 Medlco Denfal Building
Phone 528 Sfockfon
Barfon J Powell M D Dewey R Powell M
EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT
930a m foI2noon 230p m fo430p m
Phgne I67 Medlco Denfal Bldg
Nurse ln Affendance Phone 6300
Residence Phone 48 J 3
Sulfe 525 Bank of America Building
LANGLEY COLLlS M D
Sulfe 605 Medlco Denfal Bulldmg
Sfockfon Cal TOFUIG
FOLTZ AND RENDON
Afforneys and Counsellors af Law
Sfockfon Savings and Loan Bank Bldg
NEILL P JOHNSON M D
Physlclan and Surgeon
Medlco Denfal Bulldmg
NEUMILLER 81 DITZ
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
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- ELECT -
San Joaquin Counfy
Primary Eleclrion AugusI 30, I938
R M Warren Co
HAL A BARNETT
To You Who WIII SeH'Ie In S+ocId'on
We Handle Properfy
36 N San Joaquin Phone 445
24 Nor'II1 SuHer SI ee'r
I-IeacI Ofice San Eancisco
B nk ng S ce 54
Membe EecIe aI Depos I Insu ance Corporaho
Membe Eede aI Reserve Sysfem
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In +I'1e Besf ResicIen'IiaI Disfricfs of This Cify
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5' .-TTLTJ -fe wi i an snu wen H. J. a
M1pliXJji'b -iJ'M anlofizrixgiliiier foils ailrouliid.
i33'.5N-jg-3,5 y Gel our eslimaie.
21 A K if N O W A
SAN JOAQUIN Siocldon California
Scoifs Ave. and Madison S+.
Binders Oiiice and RESTAURANT
and 4,3 0? Facfofv CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 'as
lndexes .lu x Forms When planning a dinner pariy,
consider lirsi, GOULDS
9 Excellenl Food
PHONE 98I 7l9 E. MARKET ' Excelleni Service
XS Sophisiicaied .
U Fashions Complimenis Oi
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xl? V 'L-is O' s. H. KRESS a co.
,. flue college girl
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DONOVAN'S SMART SHOP
420 E. MAIN sr. - - PHONE94o
F4 ln rlwe
WHOLESALE GROCERS Of B+ We ,.
Canned Goods, Bacon ' '
Hams, Lard, Flour, Feeds
l-loiel, Resiaurani, Bakery and Camp Supplies
YOU WILL ENJOY VACATION
MORE WITH OUR EQUIPMENT
"I+ Pays io Play"
BRANCH'S SPORT SHOP
Good Tasie Furnishings
a+ Modesi Prices
321 E. Weber Avenue Slocldon, Calif.
STANDARD AND PORTABLE
A TYPEWRITERS - , f
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w g ALL MAKES .Wg 1111, . 7 gy!
'l "l il ...,9'El2:p "5,"- r ,f,- 'i 'i fl I - , ' 211' -.iif -
51.00 Per Weelc Q
V RENTALS 3 MONTHS ss.oo 125
y i H W" 'P' Applied on Purchase - 75 'j i'
HA SEN-CARTER COMPANY
Weber al California-Sloclqlon, Calif.
For beH'er business posifions-
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Humphrey's School is fully accredifed by fhe Nafional
Associelion of Accredifed Commercial Schools
i 2- CARL o. cooK
- iyffv ' Dealer and Cu'Her of Precious
L9 Fi' jlfq. Q. and Semi-Precious
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A ., ffl STONE
5' .':,"fA,if'if JSI fi"
i. .:Lf.Ij.ffT5 AI l4n 'i Q21 A 'Jewelry and Waich Repairing
,,, if-g,q'Qii2"9.ilQi1' "f 41 5451 VO Special Work Made fo Order
Qi: ff" ai if--g-1' O For appoin'I'men+ phone 4907-M
T 'K' 'Z-37139.
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A-5151V-iff'-gila,,,a5li.gi-gilfllmg. Home 330I N. Hunfer S+.
"' ""' 51-lf" -. -.T Wi N '-'
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Roufe 2, Box 554, Siocldon
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STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN.
Loans - lnvesfmenis
Frank L. Williams, Pres.
Howard Hammond, Sec.
p"',,'r-..'4 ' i -' ' 1f...4L , ' ,' ,-L, 'if .-,:- L , Y
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vw ' ' " 'fx'-. ' - f -' 'wer .1-', , RE- we meg
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2 5 i2l'I 5 il
Maha Street. at Hunter
lor summer spotlights . . .
, For sryle conscious co-
3 'ia' eds . . . for beach and
h 1 ze campus dips, you'll find
Jrhe smarresi selecrion
if? of new play 'rogs al The
: 1. :51.1--. EE- :EEEn::: . '--f1: jm, :zusii
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233 E. Weber Ave. Srocldon OVER Al-LS
PHONE I94I ' 0 FIRST FLOOR
O s b o r n P r I n t i n g C o .
'TT' eAr-"' A '
"Our Prices Are Always Righ+" ' -....
THE MILLS PRESS
700 E. Markef Sfreef
Meef Your Friends Here
Day or Nighf
KODAKS - SUPPLIES
KODAKS LOANED FREE
WE NEVER CLOSE
DAY AND NIGHT DRUG STORE
I-IoIeI Sfockfon Bldg., Sfockfon, Calif. PHONE 288
N A T I O N A L Phone 4458 Four Free Deliveries DaiIy
D o L L A R
STORES YOSEMITE MEAT MARKET
IX Exfraordinary Values af All Times We Specialize in
, Everyfhing for fhe Enfire Family B A B Y B E E F
Including Ready-fo-Wear and MiIIinery
- H. T. STEVENS
Ii, 4l7 E, Main S1-reef . - STOCKTON 9I5 N. Yosemife Sfreef Sfockfon, California
E. W. Suplick R. Goold Czomplimem-S of
EDDY ELECTRIC AND MECHANICAL M I L L E R - I'I A Y S C O M P A N Y
MOST COMPLETE ELECTRICAL STORE IN THE VALLEY I
Phone 85 309 E. Weber Ave. Granf and Weber Phone I6
W. P. FULLER 8: CO.
PAINTS - VARNISHES
LACQUERS - GLASS
2I8 S. Aurora Sf. Phone 3798
Stockton Ice and FueI Co.
33 S. EI Dorado Phone 47
Furnifure, Floor Coverings, Drapes, Shades
Sfoves, Radios, Refrigerafors and
4I9 E. Weber Ave. Phone 40
CENTRAL DRUG CO.
California Sf. and Weber Ave.
Phones 2082 and 3423
Don"r Slarl Your Vacalion Wiihoul a Canclicl
Camera or a Movie Oullil
We carry The Finesi in all Cameras and Equipmenr
and will Gladly Demonsirare
LOGAN CAMERA SHOP
20 Norih San Joaquin Phone I498
B O O K S
S O L D
R E N T E D
JL W. Gardner
403 E. MAIN st
IEARN w swlM I
Swimming lessons by 1 f
compelenl insrrucrors p
Special Rares ro Parries of IO or More iff
eoizoon CORSON,'lWAGU6QGf :iii
5l0 N. Aurora Phone 324 :PP
RUSE-BLAIR LUMBER CO.
302 Wesi' Fremonf Sireei'
Corp 'mem of
Wholesale Dealers ln
General Hardware, Iron and Sfeel M'
S H E R I F F
S+ock+on California Primary Eleciionz Augus'r 30, I938
A campus ol conslanlly increasing beauly impresses lhe visilor lo lhe College ol
lhe Pacilic, The lilleen red-briclc buildings in lhe collegiale golhic slyle ol archilec-
lure, lhe perlecl symelery ol lhe campus plan, and lhe nearly lilleen hundred lrees
and shrubs all combine lo make a selling lhal is enjoyed by only a lew colleges in lhis
To add lo lhis selling is lhe lradilion ol nearly eighly seven years ol conlinuous
educalional service, lhe longesl period lhal any incorporaled educalional inslilulion
in Calilornia has had lhe opporlunily lo serve. Pacific can lruly say lhal il has been
a "lrail blazer" and is conslanlly endeavoring lo presenl opporlunilies lhal lead lo a
beller lile lor all who enler ils gales.
clnevung un The phllosophy of a lnberal arTs educaT1on IT IS The prlmary lnTeresT
of The school To fosTer The arT of luvlng among :Ts sTudenTs The commuTTmenT of The
faculfy un Thrs Task seTs TT aparT as a specual Type of personalized Tralnung which has
as :Ts ends The developmenT of characTer and personaluTy Pacufuc ns noT a un1versaTy
a unlverslfy wuTh :Ts vanous schools and research egulpmenT IS engaged ID discover
Ing The facTs of llfe whsle The dufy of a college as To puT These TacTs 1nTo The life of The
Supporhng Thus lnberal Tradufuon are sTrong culTural offerings exemplufued In music
and dramafucs The ConservaTory of lvluslc celebraTes :Ts sxxTTeTh annsversary This year
and has long been recognlzed as a naflonal leader an :Ts fueld lT has developed con
slsTenTly In The number of courses reg1sTraT:on Thoroughness and sTandlng The Pa
clfuc l.lTTle TheaTre has more recenfly slcyrocl4eTed To fame as a resulT of :Ts produc
Tron schedule and hlgh guallTy of performances
occurred sunce 1Ts 1ncepTIon a few years ago Pacific has meT The growing demand
on The parT of sTudenTs for an opporTunlTy To prepare for a career ID The field of
buslness and aT The same Tame have The beneflf of The culTural background ThaT follows
from liberal arTs college Traunung
The DeparTmenT oT Educahon has been aufhorlzed since I923 To granT Call
fornla Teachers credenT1als The facT ThaT such a large percenTage of Paclfuc Teach
ers are placed In pos1Tlons bears ouT The facf ThaT educaTors recognize The value of
lnberal arTs work ln a small school where In addmon To specuflc professronal Tralnung
an emphasis IS placed on characTer and culTuraI Traunlng
ln an efforf To meeT rapldly changmg educaflonal cond1T1ons Pacific has ellml
naTed :Ts freshman and sophomore worlc and is now an upper cllvusuon and graduafe
school STudenTs are accepTed from Junuor Colleges and four year colleges provuol
ed They have aTTalned aT leasT a C average In s1xTy unuTs of worlc Because of The
rnsung Junnor College movemenT TT ns expecfed Thaf many colleges parfzcularly In Call
forma will choose Thus course nn The near fuTure lT is The presenf polucy of The Col
lege To concenTraTe :Ts enflre energies and resources upon sfrengfhenlng and expand
Ing The worlc :T has seT ouT To do
A phenomenal developmenT of The DeparTmenT of Business Adminisfrafion has
The EdiTor and his STaTT express Their deep appreciaTion To Those whose willing cooperaTion
and valuable assisTance have made possible The publicafion oT The l938 Naraniado.
MR- R- M- ROSENSTEEI-1 l-le did more Than prinT These pages. l-le worlced as one oT us,
shared our problems, and did more Than his share oT sTraighTening Them
MR- FRANK DUTSCHKEI Whose drive and energy lcepT us on our Toes.
MI55 INEZ MORGAN For her courTeous cooperaTion and hard worlc.
MR- JIM SEBREE1 OT The CaliTornia ArT Xi Engraving Company Tor his splendid on-
graving and seeing us Through To The Tinish by more Than TulTilling all
MR. MARVIN BONDS! Who checlced The accuracy oT The Technical deTail in all The worlc.
MR- VIC ANDERSON: For his beauTiTul arT worli and sTarTling ideas.
MESSRS. BUSHMAN AND RISEN:
WaiTing paTienTly Tor a laTe boolc They deserve high praise Tor Their
speedy and Tine binding iob.
MR. AND MRS. RAY CLARKSON:
Whose advice and porTraiTs were wonderTul.
MR. CLARENCE CUMPTONI STuclenT phoTographer, Tor his candid phoTos. his Time. and his ideas.
This lNlaraniado Produced by
The Pacific STuclenT AssociaTion of The College oT The Pacific, and SToclcTon Junior College.
PrinTing and Binding: RosensTeel PrinTing Company, Inc., SToclcTon.
R. M. RosensTeel Franlc DuTschl4e Inez Morgan
C. L. Baysinger Ray S. Yeaman l-larold R. Berg
A. K. SmiTh Edgar M. Rowland Fred MiramonTes
Pressworlc: George F. C. l-lull Erwin E. Olney Cyril Cochrane
Binding: William F. Bushman l-l. G. Risen
Engravings: California ArT and Engraving Company, Berkeley.
Jim Sebree Marvin Bonds
ArT Worlc: Vic Anderson
PhoTography: Clarkson STudiosg CompTon's PhoTo Shop.
Classified Buyers Guide
F0111 81 Rondon.. . .. 150
Noumiller 8: Dilz. . . 415
Hansel 81 Orlman. .. 4850
Gravem-Inglis Balcinq Co. ,...... 3077
M. Orsi 8: Son. . 611
Bank o1Amorica ..., , . . . 8300
Firsi Nalional Bank... ..., . ..,,, .. 173
American Trusl Co. . ,.,,.,., .
Sfockion Savinqs 3: Loon Bank W
Gardner's Book Shop. ..
Building 8: Loan Associalion
. . 2034
Slaio Building 81 Loan Associalion. .. 4028
Golden Wesf Inc. Launderers
and Cleaners ..,.... ... .,.,.... .... 4334
Hess-De Luxe Dyeing and Cleaning ,,,,,,, 1182
Bravo 8: Mclfooqan . ,,,,., 2340
Yosl Bros .....,.,,., , .. 26
Milk Producers Associaiiori
Coniral California .
Blue Ribbon Dairy Farms.
C1owe's Dairy.. ..... ..
M. Orsi Si Son.
H. W. Rohrbaclcer.
C. E. Sfabler... .
Kaflen 8: Marenqo ..
Kress 8i Co... .
Nafional Dollar Slore .
J. C. Penney Co. . .
Sears-Roebuck 8: Co. ,..,. .
Smilh 81 Lang .,... .
Slerlinq, 1nc...,. ,,,, . . .
Slockion Dry Goods Co.
Ceniral Drug Siore. ..
Cenfral Drug Slore...
Day and Niqhr Drug Slore..
Rose Tuxedo Pharmacy ,,...
.. . 2082
. . .... 3423
Eddy Eleclric 8: Mechanical Co ..... 85
Feed and Fuel
F. E. Ferrel 8: Co .....,,...
B. C. Wallace ....
. ..,,, 4667
Burnham Bros. Furnifure Co ....., 40
Levinson Furnifure Co .......... .,..... 1 239
Donovan's Smarf Shop .,.,,,,,
Nafional Dollar Sfore ,,,,,,,.
Slerling, Inc .....,........V..Y..........
Sfockfon Dry Goods Co ..,,,.,,
Wonder, Inc .,,..,...,,,,...,.......
C. G. Gall 81 Co ........,....
McGhan's Markei .,,.,,,..
Safeway Sfores .............
R. M. Warren .,,...,..,.
R. E. Poole .......
Ausfin Bros ...................,...
Sears-Roebuck 8: Co.....
lce and Fuel
Sfockfon Ice 84 Fuel Co ....
. ..... 940
Bobb Inn ....................,.,....,..... ....... 5 024
Della Ice Cream Co .....,,,.,........ ....... I 285
Milky Way lce Cream Co ...,, .. ...,... 5294
Carl C. Cook ...,,,........ 49O7M
M. Friedberger 8i Co .....
H. J. Kuechler 81 Son..
Golden We-sf Inc. Launderers
and Cleaners .......,..,.........,,.
Ruse-Blair Lumber Co .............
San Joaquin Lumber Co ...,....
M a rkels-Meaf
Tuxedo Meaf Markef ,,...,,,,.,,,,
E1 Dorado Meaf Marlcef ..,.,.,.
Yosemife Meaf Marker ......,..
Robf. Keeler .....,,
A. 1-1. Davies ....,..........,.
W. P. Fuller Co ................
Ruse-Blair Lumber Co .........
Clarkson Sfudio ....
Logan Siudios ........
. ..... 6634
Physicians and Surgeons, M. D.
Dr. Nafhan Barbour ................... ...... 4 08
Dr. C. A. Broaddus ......... 82
Dr. W. H. L. Collis ......... 4818
Dr. Edmund Frosr ......... ....,. 7 839
Dr. P. B. Gallegos ....... 8046
Dr. Minerva Goodman... 654
Dr. C. E. Holliger ......... ...... I 173
Dr. Neil P. Johnson ......... 2825
Dr. William P. Lynch ....... 242
Dr. F. J. O'Donne11 Jr ...... 115
Dr. Barfon Powell Jr ........ ...... I 930
Dr. J. Barfon Powell ......... 167
Dr. Dewey Powell ..,............. 167
Dr. Geo. H. Sanderson .......... 127
Dr, Hudson Smyfhe ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Dr. Irving Zeimer .,.,,.,,,,,,,
Miller-Hays Co .........
Hansen-Carfer Co. ...
Mills Press ....................,,,,,,,,
Osborne Prinfing Co .........
Radcliffe 31 Julius ..... ..........
Rosensfeel Prinfing Co .......
Hal A. Barnefl .............
F. J. Diefrich 84 Co ......
Gould s ......... ...,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Johnnie's Waffle Shopp
e. ..... ..
College of fhe Pacific ........
Humphreys School of B
Saunders Slipper Shop ........
I-1ansen'Car1er Co. .... .
Olympic Bafhs ..........
Fox California Theafre .......
Fox Sfare Theafre ...........
Rrallo Thealre ...,,,,,,,,,,,,
Fox Rifz Theafre ....
Sierra Theafre .....
American Trusf Co .......
Sfockfon Savings 8: Loa
Ac me La borafories ....
Branch's Sporfing Goods House ..... ..
ROSENSTEEL PIUNTING CO., lnc
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