University of California Los Angeles - Bruin Life / Southern Campus Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1964

Page 212 of 521

 

University of California Los Angeles - Bruin Life / Southern Campus Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 212 of 521
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Under the capable leadership of " less chance " Chozen, the Junior Class sped silently through the year. Their president, a man of many faces, bewil- dered Juniors as he turned up under a Kelp hat and with a Gold Key on his Uni-Camp sweatshirt. Off to a slow start, Chozen took the Junior Class in his strong hands and molded them into a stepping stone. Juniors also sold two-bit " Trounce Troy " but- tons and used the proceeds to award a scholarship to some deserving Junior. AL CHOZEN PRESIDENT MARY GLISSON 1 KKTARY JAN CITRON VICE-PRESIDENT EARLE GOODMAN TREASURER Junior Class The Junior Senate proudly displays " Trounce Troy " buttons which they sold for a quarter apiece. Members of this legislative and co-ordinating body were (stand- ing) Linda Round, Sue Jeske, Magaret Adams, Betsy Nickman, Linda Braudy, (seated) Earle Goodman, Jan Citron, Al Chozen, and Mary Glisson. The Senate planned Junior Class activities and formed committees to carry them out effec- tively. Enthusiasm and quick wit added a special Havor to Senate meetings.

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One of fewer than a dozen students at UCLA majoring in Hebrew, pert JUDY BIN-NUN served as vice-president. Striving for organization dominated by upper division students, the officers of the Class of 1966 worked to make this year one of triumph for their members. Ably led by sexy GABRIEL ESSOE, the sophs planned and executed the high- light of Homecoming festivities with their presentation of the " Sophomore Spectacular. " held in the Grand Ballroom of the SU. Sophomore Sweethearts, formed last year, were given full support by the members of the cabi- net. Traditional Bacchanalia pro- vided fun for all concerned. Sophomore Class President GABE ESSOE, a pre-business major from Redondo Beach, served as admirably on Student Legislative Council as he did in his cabinet. Sophomore Class Soph JOHN SCHENKEIN, treasurer, sings, surfs, and generally enjoys life in sunny Southern California. History major JUDY JAFFE is a member of A E Phi and Spurs while serving as the secretary of her class. 209



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Senior Class FRED SLAUGHTER sat at the head of the Class of 1964. Rallying behind him were FRANK GONZALES, vice-president; BARBARA MALKIN, secretary, and RICHARD BROWN, treasurer. Senior officers observed the traditions set by others in the past. As they dawdled at the mark, inertia overcame them and they al- most succumbed to a violent case of senioritis. By the end of the year they had gained enough momentum to last through the graduation ceremony and the one final last bang with the gang. Under the leadership of hefty, feisty Fred Slaughter, the Seniors had a banner year. Slaughter organized the class early in fall and began mass fast break drills. In a special, advanced group, he introduced techniques and application of the full court press. However as the year pro- gressed, passing and rebounding received added emphasis detracting from tiine previously spent in more stimulating sessions. In more mundane activities, Seniors reserved a special s ' ction at the SC game, held a few concerts, and celebrated the Last Bang with the Gang. Some graduated. 211

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