University of California Berkeley - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1950
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N f Y ORD FOR years we have watched the cam- pus expand several times past that point where " it can ' t get any larger, " and it is still growing. As the campus grew, the University grew, and it is our hope that we, too, as students, ma- tured. We are taking much of the University with us, but we believe that we are leaving some worthy part of ourselves as compensation. To those being graduated from the Uni- versity of California this has been a memorable year, and it is our desire that this book will help to recall the many events which have taken place on this campus. In every organization there are people who hard and long with little recognition, yet to give devoted service for the benefit of To Dr. Margaret Zeff, assistant university cian, who personifies these seldom praised, working people, we dedicate this seventy-seventh volume of the Blue Gold. conTEnTs The Uniuersity II The Classes III Student Life IU Athletics U Organizations THE UMUERSITY ADMIllISTRATIOn President ROBERT GORDON SPROUL is an inspiring leader to all students. His jovial spirit and great administrative ability have been powerful factors behind the increasing greatness of our University. PRESIDEnT ' S MESSAGE DURING your years of study at the University of California, you have become a member of a great family of distinguished scholars and promising students resident on eight campuses and at numerous research stations. As a student at Berkeley, you are sure that this is the best campus of the University, and this is as it should be. The Berkeley campus deserves to have won your heart, with its wooded slopes, its wide variety of offerings, its able professors and friendly students. But your greatest pride should lie in the knowledge that you are a part of the Statewide University of California, an institution the excellence of which is attested both by its research achievements and by the quality of its graduates. Soon you will come to the close of a period of formal educa- tion, and the commencement of the life for which the University has attempted to prepare you. Whether or not you are well prepared will depend not so much on the facts you may have at your finger tips, as upon what you acquired here of the capacity to think and thus to approach intelligently solutions of the problems of the world in which you are to live. As these problems arise, I hope you will always live up to the traditions of the host of trained men and women who constitute the far-flung University of California family; that you will consider this book not merely a souvenir of happy years in your life, but rather as a symbol of the spirit of an institution which exists to serve mankind. Governor EARL WARREN, Chairman of the Board of Regents. TO The Students of the University of California: As California enters its second century of statehood it still is in the midst of a period of tremendous growth and readjustment. Just as the pioneers of an earlier day set the pattern for the great development of its first 100 years, we are pioneering today in developing the economic and social foundations for a second century of growth. With our daily life becoming more and more complex, we must acquire new knowledge and perfect new techniques to accommodate an increasing population and at the same time retain the advantages of good living which we in Cali- fornia have always enjoyed. Our success will depend upon our ability to prepare for progress and to achieve sound utilization of all our natural resources. The future of California rests in the hands of youth, and I know that the education you are receiving will enrich your lives and will be of lasting benefit to you in preparing you for the positions of leadership which you will be called upon to assume. With best wishes, I am Sincerely, EARL WARREN, Governor. BOARD OF REGEWIS REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY LEFT TO RIGHT: Fred Mayes Jordan, Brodie E. Ahlport, Victor R. Hansen, Mortimer Fleishhacker, Miss Marjorie J. Woolman (assistant secretary), James H. Corley (comptroller), Robert M. Underhill (secretary and treasurer), John Canaday (president of UCLA alumni association), Edward A. Dickson (chairman), John Francis Neylan, Robert Gordon Sproul, Earl J. Fenston, Edward H. Heller, Sidney M. Ehrman, Farnham P. Griffiths, William G. Merchant. JAMES H. CORLEY Vice-President in Charge of Business Affairs HURFORD E. STONE Dean of Students ADMII1ISTRATIO11 OFFICERS ENTHRONED in the Administration Building and in the hearts of thousands, are the Deans of California. Day by day throughout the school year they pursue their myriad duties, always willing and never too busy to aid in resolving student problems. Dean of Stu- dents, Hurford E. Stone, is a master at settling ate and undergraduate problems. Chaffee E. Hall, Jr., is Dean of Men, and Dean Mary B. Davidson is the guide and confidant of women students. The ate division is ably guided by Dean William R. Dennis. These deans and their assistants make life at the versity much smoother for many of us. MARY B. DAVIDSON Dean of Women CLAUDE B. HUTCHISON Vice-President of the University and Dean of the College of Agriculture CHAFFEE E. HALL, JR. Assistant Dean of Men ALICE G. HOYT Associate Dean of Women WILLIAM R. DENNIS Dean of the Graduate Division DOUGLAS MACAGY, Director of the School of Fine Arts. FRANCIS S. SMYTH, Dean of Medical Center. DAVID E. SNODGRASS, Dean of Hastings. A. R. DAVIS, Dean of the College of Letters and Science. DEM OF COLLEGES Coordinating the activities of the many schools and colleges on our campus are the Deans. Included, too, are the Deans of other campuses—Fine Arts, Hastings, Davis, cal Center and many others. Great responsi- bility lies on the shoulders of these Deans who must see that the University turns out more and better educators, chemists to meet the demands of a scientific age, and also capable engineers, architects, business men, lawyers, and other leaders. Through the years the steady rise of Cal ' s fame as a seat of tion and her predominate position in the nation today may be attributed in many cases to the ability and renown of her Deans. WARREN PERRY, Dean of Architecture. MORRIS STEWART, Associate Dean of the Graduate Division. FREDERICK S. BAKER, Dean of Forestry. PROFESSORS Dean WILLIAM L. PROSSER of the School of Law begins his third year at Berkeley with the task of solving problems of admission, faculty, and curriculum upon moving to the new law building. The major interest of Dean KENNETH B. STODDARD aside from the School of Optometry is in the physiology of vision particularly in the field of anomalous binocular vision. Always popular Dean GERALD MARSH is Chairman of the Speech Department, Assistant Dean of L S, and Chairman of the undergraduate scholarship committee. Dean E. T. GRETHER, Professor of Economics on the Flood Foundation is greatly interested in the problem of industrial development of California and the West. He was chairman of the recent state-wide conference of employment. Professor of Accounting and Dean of Women, CATHERINE QUIRE, received her A.B., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees conclusive evidence of her loyalty to California. Professor of Criminology, 0. W. WILSON, has been chief of the Public Safety Office of the U. S. Military Government in Germany from 1945 to 1947, and from 1928 to 1939 was a chief of police. PROFESSORS Dean MORROUGM P. O ' BRIEN of the School of Engineering is the only civilian member of the Beach Erosion Board of the U. S. Army Engineers. One of California ' s leaders is Dean J. P. DANTON of the School of Librarianship. His pre-California career was distinguished, includ- ing such positions as National Library Consultant and delegate to the International Library Meeting. Acting Dean of the Education Department, L. C. GILBERT is chiefly interested in research in the field of educational psychology, particu- larly investigation of eye movements in learning to spell and read. Dean E. S. ROGERS of the School of Public Health was one of the three U. S. delegates to the second World Health Assembly held in Rome las t year. Dean JOEL H. HILDEBRAND, Dean of the College of Chemistry, Vice- Chairman of the Academic Senate, is a leader in the scientific and academic world. Dean J. B. CONDLIFF, Director of Economics and Chairman of the International Commis sion of Economists to report on farm commodity surpluses for the UN, published his book " Commerce of Nations " in January of this year. PRESIDEnT ' S RECEPT1011 In the usual manner President and Mrs. Sproul extend a personal greeting to each new student. PRESIDENT and Mrs. Sproul once again played the role of hosts to the comers to Cal at the beginning of the 1949-1950 school year. " Welcome to Cal " was the theme of the reception which was held in Hearst gymnasium. Wearing name tags and, in many cases, bewildered expressions, the new students were met by faculty members who introduced them to the ing line where our jovial president, gracious Mrs. Sproul, Danny Coelho and Edith McEwing, president and vice-president, respectively, of the ASUC greeted them. Cal ' s new members were then passed on to a lesser but more active group of greeters comprised of leading senior classmen. Under soft lights young freshmen and other students from this and many other states, and from many other parts of the world as well, met and mingled together for the first time. There was dancing to the strains of Ray Hackett ' s band and, if the steps and music were strange to some, no one seemed to mind, as all were being inoculated with the friendly spirit of our great university. freshments were served and, if past experience holds true, there is no doubt that many new friendships were pledged over the punch bowl that evening. The expressed opinion of hosts and guests alike was that another wonderful Cal year had begun in the style to which we are accustomed. 16 CHARTER DAY EIGHTY-TWO years ago, a small group of academicians brought forth the infant college which was to become the largest university in the United States. At the March twenty-second Charter Day ceremonies in the Greek Theatre, students and faculty joined together to celebrate the anniversary. Highlighting the event was the Charter Day address which was given this year by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. The academic procession was led by Charles Stewart of the Class of ' 84. 17 inumni ASSOCIAT1011 THE California Alumni Association, con- sisting of thirty-six thousand members, is the largest in the world. It is also one of the most active. Among its many serv- ices are the scholarships awarded to freshmen and the " California Monthly. " A survey of student needs was recently completed by the Association at a cost of thirty thousand dollars. It is published in book form and should prove invaluable in developing facilities for students. A summer camp has been established at Pinecrest, providing a second vacation spot for University men and women. Thousands of Alumni are brought to- gether annually by means of the Presi- dent ' s Tour, Alumni Institutes, the Char- ter Banquet and Commencement eon. STANLEY McCAFFREY, Executive Manager of the Alumni Association and Edi tor of the Cal Monthly, isn ' t a man you are likely to overlook. Tall, dark and handsome, his career as an alumnus is as guished as his outstanding undergraduate years. LEFT TO RIGHT: Howard Cook, Jean McNeil, Dan Watt, Viola Birchland, Stanley McCaffrey, Laura Hurlout, Mike Koll, Rosalie Ross, Bob Rupert, Dorothy Slate. 18 Speaking to a crowd which filled Men ' s Gym and Edwards Field, is the United States Secretary of State, DEAN ATCHESON. President Sproul introduces CARL SANDBURG, Poet Laureate of America. UnIUERSITY MEETInGS THE year 1949-50 was outstanding for its Univer- sity Meetings. Leading statesmen, writers, and intellectuals blessed the University with their pres- ence and contributed to the knowledge gathering process through University Meetings. These meet- ings were attended by more than capacity crowds in contrast to many of the past. During the fall term Carl Sandburg delivered an inspiring speech, amusing the student body with a few of his many songs. Later, Pandit Nehru spoke on the situation of India in the world conflict. The spring semester was started off with Dean Atcheson ' s delivery of a major policy speech concerning the position of the United States in the cold war with Russia. The semester was further livened by a series of meet- ings on the loyalty oath in an attempt to present both sides of the story to the student body and public. PANDIT NEHRU addresses a respectful audience in the Greek Theatre. 19 �: DAUIS RATED as one of the top agricultural leges in the United States, Davis campus is composed of some of the finest in classrooms, laboratories, and buildings. Characteristic of the latter are the two million dollar Plant and Soils building, and multi-million dollar Veter- inary Science building. Dating from the ear- liest days of the University, Davis was known at its inception as the University farm. The agrarian spirit is still the predominant factor in student and academic life. Davis campus still maintains the honor system and has tra- ditions of active, and at times violent, partici- pation in student government, unequaled elsewhere. RIVERSIDE THE Riverside campus at the base of Bon Springs Mountains has been the location of the Citrus Experiment Station and a part of the Agricultural Experiment Station adminis- tered by the College of Agriculture at Cal. At the present time it is strictly a research institution open only to graduate students who have satisfied all course requirements for their doctorate and have left for completion only their research problems. Since 1948 the campus has been looking forward to the establishment of a College of Liberal Arts and a position as an integral part of the Un i- versity educational system. It was proposed to open the University of Riverside in the fall of 1957. " NFE1F14;iii.ii HASTIRGS WITH an illustrous past, Hastings School of Law can now look forward to an even greater future. When a recent State Legislature passed an appropriation for a new building, greater ments were made possible. Hastings " Sixty-Five Club " constitutes a faculty of experienced and renowned teachers due to the policy of hiring professors retired by schools having stringent five retiral laws. In addition to studying under such authorities, Hastings dents are afforded practical experience by the Legal Aid Clinic of San Francisco. The school has the largest enrollment of any western law school. Fine ARTS FINE Arts reflects the spirit of San cisco in attracting people from all over the globe. The register includes men and women from Europe, the Near East, the Far East and the Americas from Chile to Alaska. This well equipped cultural cen- ter is built into a wooded slope of sian Hill to form twelve levels separated by patios and surrounded by spacious grounds. Established in 1874, the school is one of the older art centers in the nation and is the oldest in the West. Throughout its development it has kept pace with the contemporary interests, Today its courses are designed to en- courage individual insight into present conditions of art activity. LICH A GIFT of James Lick, pioneer California businessman and landholder, Lick tory on Mount Hamilton, California, has been a leader in its field since 1888. Its fa- cilities are used for astronomical research by graduate students and scientists from universities throughout the world. When the observatory was built it fulfilled Lick ' s provision that it should " contain the most powerful telescope in the world. " During intervening years larger and more powerful telescopes have been built at other obser- vatories. By legislative action on a bill signed by Governor Warren on March 13, 1946, Lick will again resume its place as one of the best equipped observatories in the world. SCRIPPS THE Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla is unique among the campuses of the University. In research and educa- tion they are concerned solely with the oceans—their physics, geology, chemistry, and biology. The one hundred and seventy- seven acre campus looks, to the passerby, like a small collection of buildings hanging out over the water. There are three major buildings, many smaller ones, and a small ship in which the many activities of the campus are carried on. About forty gradu- ate students are currently enrolled at the where they are working toward advance degrees in oceanography. MIR BARBARA THE Santa Barbara campus of the University of California is unique at the present time in that it has three campuses. The old State Col- lege campus on the Riviera overlooking Santa Barbara is but a scant 13 acres. The Mesa campus is on the ocean and was to be the new site of the college until last year when a new campus was obtained seven miles west of Santa Barbara and also on the ocean. This is the Goleta Mesa campus which contains 400 acres of land. Students at the college are looking forward to the move when the pus will become one of the most outstanding of the University. A schematic drawing of the long range master plan development of this campus was recently released for public view. The plan provides for considerable flexibility and for possible future expansion. Santa Barbara is fast becoming a highly cialized liberal arts college offering graduates work. Although a lot of teachers are still turned out, the college is getting away from the old State College days. Santa Barbara has a more or less special advantage in being a part of the large and ing University of California while being small enough for the professors to know the dents and the students to know each other. ALEXANDER DMYTROW President of the ASUCMC MEDICAL IN THE San Francisco hills, north of Golden Gate park is the University Medical Center. One of the leaders in the field of medical education, the college was begun in 1862 as Toland Medical School and became affiliated with the University in 1873. The school now includes all phases of medical science—col- leges of pharmacy, dentistry, and nursing, in addition to the Medical School. Student ac- tivities are a very integral part of the center. One of the most notable students activities was the construction of a cafeteria and sup- ply store in 1921-22. The credit for this goes to the dental students who raised the money and donated the labor to construct the " chicken coop. ' ' Student activities today are stimulated by Cal Club and the recently formed ASUCMC (Associated Students, University of California Medical Center) which was organized by the Cal Club on the campus in 1947. It has been striving for the students in the various colleges on campus to get better acquainted with each other in order to have an integrated rather than a fac- tional student body. SIDNEY LEVENE, President of the Senior Class at Medical Center. CEVER THE Medical Center now covers twenty acres. During the past fifty years it has de- veloped from what a few great men believed to be an almost incredible dream into one of the world ' s greatest teaching centers in the field of medicine and allied professions. Now, as for the future, Medical Center is going vast and expansive changes. In the next two years a new teaching hospital, medical sciences building, clinic expansion, new intern and nurses ' quarters and a student union will get the movement under way with a bang. The hospital as planned will contain fourteen stories. With the medical sciences building, the first year medicine will be transferred to this campus in the fall of 1954. Students, fac- ulty and graduates, it is estimated will number 2,700 this year and in 1970 they will total 4,000. Obviously, Medical Center is growing fast—both in size and prestige. So, really, the story has just begun. THE CLASSES SEIIIORS ALTHOUGH they will go down in history with the slogan " 1950—The Golden Year, ' ' the Senior class will eternally be known as " the class of ' 50 with no gifty! " Troubled four long years with this " giftless " problem, they finally settled on a worthwhile scholar- ship fund as their donation to their alma mater. A very active class, the Seniors were noted for their treasury remaining " in the black " for four years. Full of initiative, the Seniors organized not only Gavel and Quill honor society for those " majoring " in class activ ities, but also began the time-honored, back- breaking tradition of the Sophomore paper drive. They co-sponsored the annual Spring Sing with Glee Club, and showed the world something new in Senior Extravaganzas. Although noted for their very formal party-time council meetings, they concluded their college days with an outstanding, well-planned Senior Week. Filled with many nostalgic and happy memories, Senior Week included farewell banquets at the Claremont, the Senior Ball at the Turf Club, and the steps of Wheeler were forsaken by all for the traditional Beach Day on the shores at Santa Cruz. DICK BANKS PRESIDENT MARY RENARD VICE-PRESIDENT LIZ DENNISON SECRETARY-TREASURER BILL KING YELL LEADER 32 1; ali■milm .111MININk SENIOR COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Beverly Butler, Wally Cooper, Bill Marshall, Liz Dennison, Mary Renard, Dick Banks, Bill King, Alexander, Pat Maher. SECOND ROW: Betsy Forsyth, Dorothy Morgan, Jean Robinson, Regina Warchot, Mary Ann Woelfl, Delevan, Eleanor Ann Reid, Aileen Zachmann, Jaye Dennen, Carolyn Ploeger. THIRD ROW: Sey Rose, Patricia Christensen, Freitas, Dick Steinmetz, Ruth Anne Haaf, Helen Rowell, Stuart Sieroty, Jack Roos, John Unruh, Peg Raysor. FOURTH ROW: Sohlin, David Friedenbery, Howard Friesen, Derk Strikwerda, Darrell Nelson, Beverly Bender, Carolyn Blake, Mary McGraw, Newell, Yvonne Martin. BACK ROW: Martha Steusloff, Ralph E. Pfost, Betty La Casson, Richard A. Walker, Lee Sutton, Bob Cleo Johnson, Ralph Henderson, Adele Chase, Diane Fruhling. SENIOR PEACE COMMITTEE FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Van Houten, Blair Hoit, Bill Marshall, Dick Walker, Seymour Rose, Paul Alexander, Wally BACK ROW: Ralph Pfost, Harry Gardiner, Bob Livermore, Tom Young, Andre Tolpegin, Bill King. 33 AAMOTH, ABERLY, ABERNATHY, ABRAHAM, ABRAMSON, ABRAMSON, ABRAMSON, ABUL-HAB, ABU-MUJAHED, ADAMS, DIANE L. ROBERT E. OSCAR R., JR. LILLIAN JOHN D. MICHELL N., JR. ROBERT JAHIL K. SALEH A. DANA P. Fargo, N. D. Berkeley Los Angeles Piedmont Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Journalism San Francisco Karbala, Iraq Palestine Los Angeles Jou Political Science Business Electrical Business Electrical KA Philosophy Entomology. Political Science. Aeronautical H ; MAX; Honor Students; Administration. Engineering. Administration Engineering Cal Club; Rep- 4,BK. Engineering AMB; Treble si,XEl; Sophomore fl KA; SEE. at-Large; Ex. ASME. Clef; Senior Council; Orien- Committee; Council. tations Council; IFC; ACC. ADAMS, ADAMS, ADELMAN, AFFELDT, AGEE, AGUILAR, AGUSTIN, AHLGREN, AHRENS, AHRLING, IRWIN D. STANLEY J. DANIEL D. ARNO M., JR. CECIL H. MARIE T. BENJAMIN P. GEORGE L. JIM RICHARD M. Stockton Seattle, Wash. Bethlehem, Pa. Oakland Santa Paula Medical Richmond Cebu, P. I. San Diego Alhambra Science Business Oakland ical Accounting Psychology. Accounting Speech Bowles; Honor Spanish Public Health Advertising Administration Business Bowles; Big " C " ; MAIVI; Axe-trava- IT KA; Students; Rally AEA; Honor Filipino Club, :SAE; Winged 4,EK; Junior Administration. Cal Eng., Mgr.; ganza, Director. Homecoming. Committee; Students; Blue President. Helmet; Big " C " ; and Senior Ball Chain. Pre-Medical Gold, Mgr. Crew. Council; Rally Society. Committee. AIKAWA, AIKAWA, AITCHISON, AITCHISON, AITKEN, AITKEN, AI ERS, ALCORTA, ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER, HENRY Y. JACK T. RITA SHIRLEY M. EDWARD A. LOWELL A. TOM G. LOUIS B. PAUL S. RALPH R. Alameda Alameda Oakland Mill Valley Ontario Mill Valley Berkeley Winnemucca, Berkeley Fresno Psychology Physiology Zoology Home Economics Psychology Chemistry Political Science Public Health Nevada International Mechanical Honor Students; Honor Students; ON; Honor Cunningham. Bowles; Scabbard Blade. MAE. Zoology. Board; Senior Engineering Nisei Club. Nisei Club. Students; Home Baseball. Class Publicity ASME. Economics Club. Chairman; Senior Council. ALFF, AI.FILLE, ALFORD, ALGER, AL-HAIK, ALLEN, ALLEN, This is EDIE McEWING who managed to get Dave ' s pin and later WILLIAM H. MAURICE ROBERT R. THORVALD M. ANTOINE R. ROBERT V. THOMAS V. hold a Treasure Hunt for a ring. Sweet and unassuming, Edie has Haddonfield, N.J. Cairo, Egypt Angels Camp Deer Lodge, Bagdad, Iraq Portland, Ore. Concord been everything from Soph Doll to ASUC vice-president. A member Electrical Chemical Sociology Mont. Psychology. Social Welfare Electrical of Mortar Board, Pryt, Cal Club, etc., she is known as the only E Engineering Engineering Bowles; Honor Psychology. BIT; CSNS; Engineering girl from Stern Hall who can do push-ups. IRE; AIEE. BET; ASCE. Students; YMCA, Men ' s Counsel- Bachelordon; President. ing, Director. HKN. ALLEN, ALLEY, ALLISON, ALLUSTIARTI, ALTSCHULER, AI.UNAN, ALVAREZ, WILBUR C. ROBERT V. RALPH G. RAYMOND HAROLD M. SERGIO BORJA A. El Salvador Richmond, Mo. Berkeley San Bernardino Patterson San Francisco Rizal City, P. I. Bacteriology French Transportation Chemical Electrical Wildlife Economics International Honor Students; Masonic Club. Engineering Engineering Conservation Newman Club; House; French Circle. ASCE. SEE; Radio KN. Forum Club; Med Soc.; Amateur ' s Club; Golf. Basketball; Newman Club. Wrestling. AMANDES, AMERIO, AMIDON, AMIRKHAN, AMSBAUGH, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, RICHARD B. UMBERTO SANDE V. MICHAEL FRANK D. CLIFFORD R., JR. DONALD K. San Francisco San Francisco Lafayette New York, N. Y. San Francisco Pasadena St. Helena Criminology Business General Civil Engineering Bacteriology Political Science Political Science Frosh Crew. Administration Curriculum ASCE. Golf; Swimming; IT KA. ,PIK; Jr. ZTA; Class Tennis. Intramural. rrolnrilc• wore ANDERSON, DOROTHY J. Sacramento Social Welfare. ANDERSON, DUDLEY B. Oakland Psychology Glee Club. ANDERSON, ANDERSON, RAY V. ROBERT E. Alhambra San Francisco Industrial Economics Management. ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ESTHER L. FRANK S. JAMES P. KEITH A. Val lejo Piedmont Arcadia Lindsay Scandinavian Insurance Civil Engineering Sanitation. Political Language. AEA; (ND; ASCE; Sailing. Science Homecoming; Campus Relation. ANDERSON, MARY M. Sacramento Art Lantana; Utrimque; College Women ' s Jr.; Assembly Dance Comm. ANDERSON, ELEANOR F. Grants Pass, Ore. ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDRES, ANDRESEN, ANDREWS, ANDRIESSE, ANGELL, ANGELO, APPEL, APTER, ROBERT V. WILLIAM C. LLOYD A. DONALD C. FREDERICK ROY K. EUGENE F. FRANK A. GERALD J. CALVIN B. Del Rosa Berkeley Anaheim Petaluma Pasadena Berkeley Downey Chester, Pa. Long Beach San Francisco Physical Ed.; Business Agriculture Agricultural Physical General Architecture Psychology Advertising Mathematics Bowles; Big " C " ; Administration Acacia; AZ. Economics. Chemistry Curriculum Architecture EIII; Ail,f2. iiI■KT; AAM; OMB. Baseball. SPA; AAE; AXE. AT. Association. Junior Class Ad Service V. Pres.; Gavel Bureau. and Quill. ARCHULETA, ARDLEY, ARITA, ARMOUR, ARNEY, ARNOLD, ARNOLD, ARTHUR, ARSENAULT, ASH, FRED F. HARRY M., JR. EDITH M. ROY E. MARJORIE CHARLOTTE EDWIN L. DAVID B. WILLIAM R. NED R. Long Beach Berkeley Berkeley Pasadena Alberta, Can. Salinas Canon City, Berkeley Oakland Los Angeles Social Welfare. Economics General Mechanical Business General Colo. Marketing. Physics Marketing Acacia Students; Curriculum Engineering Administration Curriculum Landscape E II ; Scabbard Honor Acacia. NAACP; SDA. Women ' s ASME; EAA. ZTA; 4,X0; ZTA; Masonic Design. and Blade; Counseling. AMA. Club; Tower A 4E; Student and Flame. Marketing Assn. This is DAVE NICHOLS. Dave " lost his pin " to Edie and later participated in a Treasure Hunt. A basketball player, Dave kept in the spirit until he received a leg injury. As a member of Skull and Keys, Winged Helmet, and Big " C, " he is perhaps best known for his sterling performance at the Skull and Keys initiation. !ORS ASHBEL, ASHE, ASH IZAWA, ATCHINSON, ATKINSON, AU, AUBERTINE, SHLOMO T. ROBERT J. VIVIEN ROBERT C. JOSEPH F., JR. MILDRED L. HORACE E. Tel-Aviv, hr. Burlingame San Francisco Oakland San Francisco El Centro San Francisco Biochemistry. Journalism General Architecture. Physiology Mathematics History Oxford; H Wel; AKA; EAX; Curriculum ,DEK; Rally Sherman; EX. IZFA; USCA; Daily Cal; Counseling. Comm.; Crew; CSC; CSCA. ACS; Skiing; Homecoming; Varsity Rowing Boxing. Press Relations. Club. AUBIN, AULWURM, AUSMAN, AVANT, AVILLA, AYER, BACCELLI, ANDREW F. RICHARD JOHN S. WILMA J. LUCY M. LAWRENCE H. JOHN J. Sonoma Stockton Huntington Berkeley Cressey Bakersfield San Francisco Park Chemistry Medicine Physics Psychology Spanish Architecture Wildlife Tower and Flame. Bowles; SEE; II Ki,; TB II; WWI, Ad Service Architecture Conservation. Honor Student. OHM; Honor Bureau. Assn.; Ski Club; Students; Music Club. Circle " C. " BACH, BACIGALUPI, BACKUS, BAGNALL, BAGWELL, BAILEY, BAILEY, BARBARA M. ANDREW ROBERT A. LFW G., JR. FRED A. CHEYNEY KENNETH D. Oakland San Francisco Pasadena Burlingame Albany Belvedere Willows General History Electrical Civil Mechanical Art Electrical Curriculum OKW Engineering Engineering Engineering. UC Chorus; Engineering Utrimque. AIEE. Circle " C " ; Orchesis; Folk AIEE. Rifle Team. Dance Club. BAIN, BAIRD, BAIRD, BAIRD, BAKER, BAKER, BAKER, BAKER, BALL, BALL, J HUGH P. BEVERLY A. BRUCE L. JAMES G. LUCHAN G. MARVIN C. MEREDITH A. NORMAN C. ROGER D. DORRIT J. Berkeley San Jose Berkeley Alhambra Berkeley Whittier Oakland Grangevil le, Id. Oakland Oakland Business Mechanical General Mechanical Mechanical Business Business History Electrical Administration General Curriculum Engineering Curriculum Engineering. Engineering Administration Administration A011; CSTA. Engineering TPA; Skull and AP; AMP; Pelican; ASME. AT. TB 11; II TE; AAA; YMCA; Tower and Flame, SEE. Keys; Winged Hel- Frosh Council; ASME. NAACP. Treasurer. met; Cal Club; Homecoming. Yell Leader. BALL, BALL, BALLARD, BALLARD, BALLARIS, BANDAR, BANKS, BANTZ, BARACH, BARANOFF, LESLIE MARY BERTON E. KENNETH J. NORMA ALVIN RICHARD M. JUSTUS H. SIDNEY ALBERT Santa Ana Napa Palo Alto Palo Alto San Francisco San Francisco Oakland San Francisco Chicago, Ill. San Francisco Hispanic America Speech A X51; Honor General Curriculum Psychology General Curriculum Optometry Social Welfare Accounting Public Health Industrial AOH. Students; Tower THE; Honor Masonic Club; Joaquin. OED; Optometric ATEI; NSA; NROTC; BAW; Br . AEII; HSS; Engineering and Flame; Students; Crew; Yacht Club; Students Assn. Class Pres.; Gavel Fencing. Daily Cal; Cal Pelican; Elec- " Axe " ; Oski Psychology Soc. and Quill. Engineer; SAM. tions Board. Committee. BARBASH, BARBIS, BARDELINI, BARDET, BARKER, BARKER, BARKER, BARNARD, BARNUM, BARON, BARBARA J. GEORGE M. RICK THOMAS L. BERTON F. CHARLES M., JR. DAVID W. ROBERT T. LAMBERT JOHN E. San Francisco Oakland Oakland Berkeley Fresno Berkeley Niles Riverside Hayward Berkeley Journalism International Mathematics Marketing Mathematics History Economics. Foreign Trade Business Psychology ArA; Daily Relations OX; EE II; Jr. WE; Big " C " BET. Newman Club. TEK. Administration. Honor Students; Cal, Soph. ATE; rf EA; Council; Men ' s Guard. Psychology Society. Editor. Honor Students. Counsel ing. BARRETT, BARRETT, BARRETT, BARRON, BARRY, BARTLETT, BARTLETT, PAUL J. ROBERT F. VIRGINIA S. ROBERT A. HELEN D. JOHN N. JOHN W. A future business executive with plenty of experience is ASUC ' nior Junior of president pres also was who , O ELH CO DANNY DAN , ident pres Oakland San Mateo Berkeley Lafayette San Francisco Berkeley Los Angeles Class, V-P of Circle " C " Society, chairman of ACB and president Advertising Business Hispanic America Accounting General Curriculum Marketing Architecture of Pacific Students Presidents. While relaxing, " Oskie " kept Administration Treble Clef. BEE; BAT. AEA. ' ME; Winged Hel- Architecture retariat entertained with his breezy stories. EAE. met; Ball Chain; Association. Soph Rally Comm. BARTLETT, BASS, BASSETT, BASSAN, BATTY, BASTABLE, BATTISTINI, THOMAS B. AUDREY A. JAMES H. JOE D. MARJORIE L. JAMES L. EDWARD Eureka San Francisco Alhambra Cairo, Egypt Orinda San Francisco San Francisco Optometry Spanish Mechanical Physics Psychology Political Science History. AZ. TKE. OE ' ; Optometry AMP; Spanish Engineering BEI ' . Assn. Club. TB ri ; ASME; Photography Club. 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Electrical Engineering International House; AIEE; Illuminating Engineering Society. BRORSON, DONALD L. San Diego Civil Engineering XE; EE; TB II; Ski Club. BROOKS, EDWARD Modesto Chemistry. BROOKER, MARJORIE E. San Francisco General Curriculum MK. BRUCE, JOHN A. Oakland Civil Engineering. BROWNSTEIN, EDWARD Huntington Park Mechanical Engineering ASME; Hillel. BOYAJIAN, EARL 0. Fresno Political Science APM. BRAND, JACK Hollister Petroleum Engineering Mineral Technology Association. BRICKELL, ROBERT S. Piedmont Marketing BOYCE, BOYD, BOYNTON, KENNETH P. ROVALTON EVERETT D. Santa Ana. Chapel Hill, N. C. Santa Monica Physical Education. Political Science Art YMCA. AAM. BRAZIL, BREEZE, BRENNAN, KATHRYN L. MARY J. JOHN D. San Luis Obispo Salt Lake City, Grass Valley General Curriculum Utah Accounting. EK; Pelican. General Curriculum Joaquin; Homecoming. BRIDGERS, BRIGGS, BRIGGS, SAMUEL W. BARBARA E. WILLIAM A. Van Nuys Fresno Sacramento Landscape Design. Speech Business Administration Pelican; YWCA Cabinet; EX; Senior Red Cross. Council. BOYSEN, BARBARA Alameda Medical Technician KA; Blue and Gold; Pelican; Soph Vigilantes. BRENNAN, RODERICK C. Redwood City Mechanical Engineering ASME. BRIM, GEORGE V. Salt Lake City, Utah Accounting. BOZAJIAN , JOHN M. Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering Honor Students; ASME; TB n ; Jazz Workshop. BRENNER, MARCIA L. San Francisco Political Science AXO; Pelican, Advertising Mgr. BRINKERHOFF, RUTHAN Santa Cruz General Curriculum AEA; Pelican; Newman Club. BRACK, BARBARA Berkeley Bacteriology. BRESLAUER, MARTHA Salinas Lab Technician BRODERICK, DONALD L. Redding Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Society. BRADLEY, BRAINERD, GEORGE K. NAEDA Scotia, N. Y. Mill Vall ey Optometry Pre-Medical Optometry Mitchell. Association. EREUNER, BREYER, WINNIE K. VIRGINIA Sacramento Burl ingame Bacteriology General Curriculum KKF; Ski Club; Casa Hispana; Swimming; Tennis. AMP; Christian Science Club. BRODERICK, BRODERSEN, NANCY S. JACK A. Los Angeles Helena, Mont. Political Science Business Panile; Gavel and Administration. Quill; Rally Committee; Class Council. BRANCATO, THEOLA MAE San Jose Speech DM; Gavel and Quill; Class Council; Pelican; Treble Clef. BRIAN, ROBERT E. San Diego Physical Education Big " C " ; P. E. Majors Club; Baseball. BRODKEY, ROBERT S. San Francisco Chemical Engineering Honor Students; APE; EE; AIChE; Eng. Council; SAACS. When All-American ROD FRANZ isn ' t busy with the recent first addition to the Franz family, he finds time for football, Big " C, " Winged Helmet, Skull and Keys, and the activities at the Phi Delt house. A PE major, Rod takes his studying seriously and plans to follow the profession of his famous coach. BROWN, BROWN, RICHARD L. RICHARD L. Los Angeles Santa Ana Civil Engineering Forestry ZBT; ASCE. Forestry Club. BROWN, BROWN, ARNOLD L. CORVIN G. San Francisco Bixby, Okla. 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" C " ; Rugby Club. Helmet. Men ' s Counseling; SAM. BURKE, BURKE, BURKE, BURKET, BURNS, BURNETT, BURNS, BURNS, BURNS, BURTON, MERVIN F., JR. OSCAR SALLY SUSANA C. NANCY J. KENNETH E. HAROLD H. HARRIET E. VICTOR W. VERNON E. Berkeley Sal inas Bakersfield Ventura Oakland San Bruno Covington, La. Rumsey Berkeley Omaha, Neb. Zoology Psychology Speech General Curriculum Art Electrical Architecture Zoology Physics Entomology. AEtD; Pre-Med AMP; Jr. Varsity li4; Blue and Gold; FOB; Blue and AE; International Engineering. Architecture Honor Students; TB II. Society; Rifle Debate; Tennis. Newman Club. Gold; YMCA; New- House; College Association. Pre-Med Society; Team. man Club. Women ' s Club Jr. YWCA. BURTON, BUSCAGLIA, BUSHNELL, BUTLER, BUTLER„ BUTLER, BUTLER, WILLIAM E. RITA C. WILLIAM H. ANN L. BEVERLY J. LLOYD L. MARTHA B. San Mateo San Francisco Oakland Isleton Tacoma, Wash. Watsonville Berkeley Zoology. Music Classics Public Health Journalism Business History. APA; Senior KA. Pelican; YMCA; ,D1 ' .,1,; Class Coun- Administration Council; Music World Affairs cil; Pelican; Daily Bowles; Big " C " ; Club. Council. Cal; Homecoming. SAM; Marketing Association. BUTLER, BYARD, BYERS, BYRNE, CAGLE, CAIN, CAIN, ROBERT E. KAY L. SHELLY A. WILLIAM E. DORIS M. GEORGE E. JO ELLEN Arcadia Mill Valley Ventura Berkeley Sacramento Sacramento Oakland Economics Speech Public Health Criminology. Recreation Agricultural General Curriculum Daily Cal, Mgr. AXO; II AE; Public Health Club. WAA; Recreation Economics Elections Board; Pelican, Women ' s Majors Club. AZ. Pelican; Newman Director. Club; Ski Club. CAMERON, CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CAMPBELL, CAMPION, CANE, CANEPA, JAMES D. KENNETH R. DEAN A. GRAN M. CARNEY J. ARTHUR I. JOSEPH Long Beach Berkeley Petaluma Millbrae Stockton Los Angeles San Francisco Political Science Transportation Accounting. Marketing Political Science Optometry English. AXA. AE; Varsity II; Occident. AKA; VD; 2; Honor Students. Basketball. Golden Bear; Gavel and Quill; Home- coming. B G Associate Editor MARION PIERCE was known by KA sisters for the perennial statement " I ' m going to flunk out " while taining a 2. average. Pryt and Personnel Council meetings were also on her agenda. Although she has a secret desire to be a writer and travel in Europe she is preparing for the more practical future of a school teacher. Mining Mineral Technology Assn.; Engineering Council. Mechanical Engineering TE; TBII; Scabbard and Blade; Cal Eng; ASME. CAPPER, CAPPS, CARDELLA, RONALD D. WILLIAM M. MAY N. Kansas City, Mo. San Angelo, Tex. Santa Cruz Political Science Petroleum Hispanic America. LAM. Engineering Bowles; Mineral Technology Assn.; AIME. CARDER, CARL, WILLIAM W., JR. DEAN B. Berkeley Redding CARLIN, CARLOS, CARLSON, SIDNEY SALVADOR R. ANDERS J. Stockton Manila, P. I. Berkeley Psychology Finance. Pre-Med Society; Psychology Society. CARDEN, MERLE W., JR. Kenwood Electrical Engineering SEE. CARLSON, CARLSON, CARLSON, CARLTON, CARMICHAEL, CARNE, CAROUSO, CARPENTIER, CARROTHERS, CURTIS R. JOHN D. VIRGIL R. JORDAN G. CHARLES R. BEVERLY J. NICHOLAS WILLIAM P., JR. WALTER R. San Bernardino Eureka Bremerton, Wash. Piedmont Carsbad Pine Grove Oakland San Mateo Oakland Civil Engineering Industrial Psychology Business Mechanical Speech Biochemistry Psychology Electrical XE. Engineering AMP; Psychology Administration Engineering DDB; Daily Cal; Pre-Med Society; Honor Students; Engineering Bowles; TB II; Society. XrD. KA; ASME. Pelican; Photography Club. Boxing. 6X; Varsity Track; Men ' s Counseling; Secretariat. Track Club. ASME. CARSTENSEN, CARTER, CARTER, CARTER, CARTER, CASEY, CASSOU, CASTNER, CASTY, CATLIN, HAROLD K. DONALD M. JOSEPH J. RICHARD N. ROBERT D. THOMAS A., JR. BETTY LOU MILLICENT I. ALAN H. PAULINE J. Lakota, Iowa San Diego Martinez San Francisco Honolulu, T. H. Los Angeles Sutter Creek Upper Montclair, Los Angeles Carpinteria Electrical Journalism. Business Business Entomology Mechanical General Curriculum N. J. General Curriculum English Engineering. Administration Administration TKE; AZ; Engineering. AA H; Sr. Council; General Curriculum HACr; Daily Cal, Stern; Pelican; II KA. Del Rey; Pelican; Entomology Club; Elections Board; UC Chorus. Sports Editor; Women ' s Counseling. Men ' s Counseling; Hawaiian Club. Pelican. News Bureau. Junior Council. CAUDIEL, CAVALLERO, CAVANAH, CAVANAH, CENZIA, EDWIN G. MELBA N. JAMES A. JOHN D. DATIVA F. Berkeley Madera Watsonville Watsonville Mandawe, P. I. Business French Insurance Insurance. History. Administration. Senior Council; Gymnastics Club. College Women ' s Jr.; French Club. CHADBOURNE, CHALMERS, CHAMBERLIN CHAN, CHAN, JAMES W. JEAN D. WILLIAM H. ALICE ARTHUR Y. Fairfield San Francisco San Anselmo San Francisco Rangoon, Burma Business International Foreign Trade. International Zoology Administration Relations Relations International House. KA. Beaudelaire. Secretariat. CHAN, CHAN, CHAN, CHAN, CHANDARIA, JOE H. LUN MARY THOMAS Q. KESHAVLAL P. Locke San Francisco Oakland San Francisco Bombay, India Landscape Design Architecture. Decorative Art Civil Engineering. Food Technology. CSC. AXA; Chinese Students Club. CERMAK, ROBERT W. National City Forestry ADD; EX II; Track. CHAN, JANNIE Sacramento Mathematics Sherman; Honor Students; Psychology Society; WAA. CHANDLER CHANGARIS, JAMES T. GEORGE D. San Francisco Marysville Dramatic Art. Social Welfare Ern; Radio Workshop. JEANNINE COOMBS is famous at Stern Hall for her perennial announcement, " It ' s a good show, " given in behalf of Radio shop. After production and direction in ASUC radio and television, Jeannine divides her time between Prytanean and Mortar Board. CERVELLI, JOSEPH D. Alameda Mechanical Engineering ASME. CHAN, JAMES J. San Francisco Biochemistry. CANNON, DONALD S. San Francisco Electrical Engineering XII; HTIIX; AIEE. CARLSON, CARL O. San Pedro Electrical Engineering HKN; TB II. CHANNING, CHANNING, CHAPMAN, CHARLESON, CHASE, CHAVEZ, CHEESMAN, CHEN, CHENG, CHERNOW, DAVID M. EDWARD C. WILLIAM H. WILLIAM R. ADELE ROSE L. JO ANN RONALD W. EDWIN W. GALYA N. I Turlock Turlock Sacramento Glendale San Jose Ojai San Pedro New York, N. Y. San Francisco San Francisco Political Science Zoology Civil Engineering Political Science Decorative Art General Curriculum Political Science Chemistry Industrial Architecture AT; Winged AT; Symphony ASCE. KA; Skull and Eta-Z; Senior WAA. Prytanean; Torch International House. Management. ADD; Architecture Helmet; Jr., Sr. Forum; Wildlife Keys; BB. Council. and Shield; Women ' s Association. Class Council. Club. Counseling. CHESNUTT, CHEUNG, CHEW, CHEW, CHEW, CHIADO, CHICK, CHIN, CHIN, CHINN, PHILIP E. HENRY EDWARD C., JR. FRANK FRANKLIN EUGENE C. B. LOUISE DOROTHY J. PAUL MARTIN D. Oakland Walnut Grove Oakland Oakland Oakland, Price Utah Modesto San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Mechanical Civil Engineering Chemical Journalism Psychology. Industrial Engineering Hispanic America Physiology Bacteriology Mechanical Eng XE; ASCE. Engineering EAX; UC Theater; Engineering. (HIM; TBH; Prospect Terrace; ..M0 H. RAO. Engineering AIChE. Radio Workshop; TITE; Golden Masonic Club; HAS; ASME. Speech Arts; Bear; ASME; Spanish Club. " Axe. " Men ' s Counseling. CHIOTRAS, CHITUNI, CHOATE, CHORICH, CHOW, CHRISTENSEN, CHU, CHU, CHUNG, CHUPP, NICK EVELYN A. LEONARD J. MELVIN M. ROBERT K. PATRICIA DOROTHY JANE EVELYN E. BURK-HIM EDWARD L. San Francisco Berkeley Roseville Sacramento San Francisco San Rafael Honolulu, T. H. Oakland Kwongtung, China Fremont, Neb. Lab Technician English Business Geology. Mining. Pre-Legal General Curriculum Child Deveiopment Political Science Physics DIE; Honor APM; Symphony Administration ()T; Sr. Council; MOH; Chinese X011; YWCA; Chinese Students Honor Students. Students; Public Orchestra. Marketing Assn. Pelican; Rally Students Club. Chinese Students Club. Health Club. Comm.; Home- Club. coming. CHURCH, CITRON, CLANCY, CLAPP, CLAR, CLARE, CLARK, HELEN A. MARILYN J. EDNA M. DOLORES ALVIN JOHN E. CAROLYN B. Knitting socks and planning a July wedding are the pet pastimes Lincoln San Jose Napa Oakland Oakland Bakersfield Hanford of energetic JOAN MacPHEE, who finds spare time for a " few " International activities. This AD H, a former Fashion Director for Pelly and a General Curriculum General Curriculum Home Economics Relations Business Mineral Exploration Physical Education senior on Women ' s Counseling, is secretary of ACB and an en- Mit chell; Home ADD. Home Economics Stern; Mortar Bd.; Administration OT. Stern; WAA. thusiastic Pryt member. Ec Club; WSSF; Club; YWCA. Prytanean; AMP; ZBT; Daily Cal. Women ' s Jud. ing; Yacht Club. Comm. CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CHARLES K. DONALD A. DOROTHY L. JAMES V. JEANNE A. ROBERT C. ROBERT J. Altadena Juneau, Alaska San Francisco Toledo, Ohio Palo Alto Oakland Burlingame Economics. Industrial General Curriculum Political Science International Mechanical Business Engineering Richards; Honor International House; Relations Engineering Administration ASME. Students. NAACP. APA; Sr. Council; ASME; SAM. Bov.les; Newman Women ' s Counseling; Club; Orientations. WAA; Ski Club. CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, CLARKSON, CLAUSEN, CLAUSEN, CLAWSON, STUART T. THOMAS J. WILLIAM A. DIANA J. BEVERLY J. GEORGE E., JR. ROBERT F. San Diego Long Beach Berkeley San Mateo Oakland Los Angeles Pasadena Business Foreign Trade Optometry Business Administration Business Business Civil Engineering. Home- Cloyne; Big " C " Administration BPS; Administration Administration HKA; ; Stern; coming. DEO; Varsity ASE. Women ' s Jud. Pelican; Elections EKE; Scabbard and Track. Comm.; Rally Bd.; WAA; Assem- Blade; Glee Club; Comm.; Panile. bly Dance Comm. Rifle Team. CLELAND, GEORGE R. Berkeley Accounting. COELHO, DANIEL J. San Luis Obispo Business Administration AKA; Golden Bear; Kinged Helmet; Cal Club; ASUC Pres. COLLINGS, RALPH W. Jerome, Idaho Forestry. His home may not be Eshleman, but WALLY COOPER seems to live there. In addition, he seems to know everybody on campus. We wonder how he does it. As Rep-at-Large, chairman of Senior Peace Committee, member of Ex Committee and Golden Bear, Wally has much valuable experience behind his future law career. CLEMENT, RICHARD S. Berkeley Electrical Engineering TB II; HKN; AIEE; Men ' s Counseling; Dramatic Society. COFFEY, WARREN C. Berkeley Speech 4,EK; Scabbard and Blade; ATO; EEH; Military Association. COLLINS, JACQUELINE J. San Francisco Political Science KAO; Ace of Clubs; Pelican; NSA; Intramural. CONNER, JOHN R. Santa Rosa Economics AT. CLAY, CLAYTON, JOHN L. WILLIAM R. San Diego San Francisco Journalism Criminology Blue and Gold; AAE. Speech Club. COCKSHOTT, CODEGLIA, JUNE M. DONALD R. Banes, Cuba Oakland International Advertising Relations AAE; Occident, Pelican; NSA. Mgr.; Publications Council. COLLEY, COLLIN, WILLIAM L., JR. CHARLES B. Beaumont Hastings, N. Y. Accounting Architecture BAT. BAK; Architecture Association. CLIFFORD, CLINE, CLINGER, CATHERINE J. RUSSELL S. EUGENE C. San Francisco Oakland Muncie, Ind. Decorative Art Economics. Electrical AAA; Class Coun• Engineering. cil; Treble Clef; Intramural. COHAN, COHEN, COHN, MAYME MORTON B. MARIAN Montesano, Oakland Redwood City Wash. Accounting. Communications Psychology Mitchell; Class Honor Student. Council; Ad Service Bureau. COLLINS, COLLISON, COLOMBATTO, COMBES, VIVIAN E. LAWRENCE A. PAUL T. GUY D., JR. Richmond Calgary, Can. Berkeley San Diego Spanish Business Marketing. Pharmacy. AMP; Honor Administration Students; Hockey. Spanish Club. CONOVER, CONSTERDINE, CONWAY, COOK, WILLIAM G. GERTRUDE J. JAMES H. NEIL M. Red Bank, N. J. Oakland Belmont Martinez Industrial Decorative Art Political Science Industrial Engineering Radio Workshop; ADD; ASE. Management. ASME; SAM. Utrimque CLOR, COBB, COBB, MAHOOD A. JEAN R. VIRGINIA M. Telafar, Iraq Oakland Pasadena Forestry. History. General Curriculum COKE, COLE, COLEMAN, WILLIAM M. JOSEPHINE E. GEORGE Pocatello, Ida. San Francisco San Jose Zoology. English Economics Mitchell; 11E4 ' ; AET. Eta-Z; Folk and Square Dance Club. COMBES, MARVIN G. New York, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering. CONKLIN, HAROLD C. Patchogue, N. Y. Anthropology Honor Students; Philippine Club. COOK, COOK, PAULINE J. ROBERT W. Turlock San Francisco General Curriculum Public Stern. Administration. COOLE, COOLE, COOMBES, BRUCE A. RALPH W. GEORGE M. Hollywood Porterville Pomona General Curriculum Accounting Forestry E; BAT. Forestry Club. COOPER, GLEN C. Berkeley Economics. COOKE, CHARLES Imperial Civil Engineering. COOPER, FLORENCE 0. Ft. Benton, Mont. Foreign Trade Secretary. COOPER. ROBERT M. Angels Camp Criminology AAE; Criminology Society. COOPER, WALLACE R. Berkeley Economics ASUC Exec. Comm.; Rep•at-Large; Gavel and Quill. COOMBES, JEANNINE Fresno Business Administration Stern; Prytanean; Mortar Board; AAE; Radio Workshop. COPELAND, HARRY R. Compton. Business Administration COOMBES, COOPER, LOIS J. CLARENCE D. Hollywood Phoenix, Ariz. Zoology Mathematics Ritter; Inter-Dorm ,DAX; AMP; Judicial Committee. Class Council; Photography Club. CORBETT, CORBETT, FRANCIS J. RALPH A. Boston, Mass. Fullerton Hispanic America. Electrical Engineering. oRs CORDERO, RAFAEL A. El Salvador Architecture DMK; Architecture Association. CORUM, RICHARD I. Sacramento Zoology. COWDEROY, DON E. San Francisco Business Administration. CORDOVA, IVAN F. Lima, Peru Bacteriology Pre-Med Society. CORVIN, MELVIN San Francisco Marketing 4)KtIr. COX, DAVID Alameda Entomology AZ; Ball and Chain; Crew, Jr. Mgr.; Varsity Rowing. CORDS, CHARLES P. Oakland Electrical Engineering AT; TB II; HKN; Winged Helmet; Triune. COUGHLAN, MARCIA J. Alameda Home Economics ATA; Tower and Flame; Pelican. COYKENDALL, JOHN W. Tracy Chemistry AIChE. COREY, RICHARD W. Portland, Ore. Electrical Engineering HKN; TB II. COUGHLIN, CARROLL A. San Bernardino Bacteriology Epworth; Treble Clef. COZZO, NINA L. Oakland Spanish Newman Club. CORLETT, BENJAMIN C. Berkeley Business Administration AT; BAN ' ; Winged Helmet; Big " C " ; Skull and Keys; IFC. COULMAN, CHARLES J. San Francisco Mathematics Cal Engineer; Radio Workshop; Yacht Club. CRAM ER, JOHN W. Santa Maria Political Science Yacht Club. CORNETT, WILLIAM L. Sacramento Mechanical Engineering ASME; Masonic. COURNALE, CLYDE C. San Francisco Insurance. CRAMER, RALPH Oakland Mechanical Engineering Scabbard and Blade; ASME. CORRAL, FRED, JR. Penryn Electrical Engineering SEE. COUSENS, GEORGE E. Richmond Physical Education. CRANE, CAROLYN Santa Ana Spanish Lantana; AMP; Symphony Orch.; International Bd. CORRIN, ALLAN A. Long Beach Economics. COVALL, WILLIAM S. San Francisco Business Administration ZBT; Jr. Varsity Tennis; Intramural. CRANE, PHILIP A., JR. Hinsdale, Ill. Political Science II KA; Winged Helmet; Rally Committee. CORSEN, BURTON A. Richmond Mechanical Engineering ASME. COWAN, CHARLOTTE C. Berkeley Public Health Honor Students; Phrateres; AMP; Women ' s Counseling. CREELY, ROBERT S. San Francisco Mineral Exploration OT. CORSENTINO, LEONARD Oakland Business Administration TKE; Scabbard and Blade; Men ' s seling; Military Association. COWAN, GLADYS M. Berkeley Economics Honor Students. CRESCIO, JEANNE L. San Francisco Political Science Bryn Mawr; Educ. Club; Women ' s Counseling; Newman. CREVIER, JOHN D. Glendale Electrical Engineering HKN; TBII; AIEE. CROZIER, CHARLES J. Bell Political Science Military Assn.; Newman Club. CUNNINGHAM, ELMER E. El Cajon Electrical Engineering HKN. CREW, CRITTENDEN, BEVERLY L. HELAINE Burbank Berkeley Electrical General Curriculum Engineering AT; Orientations; HKN; TB II. Homecoming. CRULL, CRUZON, JAMES A. DONALD A. San Francisco Napa Forestry Business EM H; Forestry Administration Club. 1 ' n ; Tower and Flame. CUNNINGHAM, CURTIS, WARREN G. MARY JANE Coun cil Bluffs, Sausalito Iowa Social Welfare Statistics Cunningham; Daily Cal; Radio Dorm Council. Workshop; Homecoming. CRITTENDEN, JACK H. Sacramento Industrial Engineering Engineering Council; Masonic Club; SAM. CULBREATH, CHARLES H. Los Angeles General Curriculum Calvin Club. DAHLMAN, DONNA D. Cloverdale Physical Education Richards; Tower and Flame; WAA; P. E. Club. CROSIER, STELLA Merced Physical Education Cheney; AMP; Dorm Council; WAA. CULLOM, JAMES H. Piedmont Speech AA ' ; Cal Club; Big " C " ; Skull and Keys; Winged Helmet. DAKIN, GARRY B. Berkeley Geology Abracadabra; T. CROWDER, ROBERT S. San Francisco Chemical Engineering AIChE. CUMMINS, LEJEUNE San Diego History Bowles; OBK; ,DEE; MAE; AMB; Scabbard and Blade. DALE, AUDRY A. Red Bluff Food Technology Sherman; ON; Home Ec Club; Food Technology Club. CROWE, VIRGINIA Berkeley Zoology Phrateres; Westminster House CUNDALL, ALAN W. Alameda Communication 0X; AAE; Rally Comm. Sr. Council; Daily Cal; Pelican. DALENO, MARY ANN Fresno Lab Technician Utrimque; Ski Club. As an executive SCOT GEORGE has plenty of experience. dent of his Freshman and Sophomore classes, Scot has risen to Rep-at-Large. An industrial engineering major, he is on his toes scholastically as well, as proved by his membership in TB H . The term " let George do it " is certainly well met by this capable Alpha Delt. sEn DALTON, JOHN M. Eureka Political Science ZW; Honor Students. DAVIS, GORDON E. Fresno International Relations ASE; Golden Bear; Debate; Radio Workshop. DAMELE, WILLIAM San Francisco Pharmacy ' IAX; Class Council. DAVIS, JACK E. Oakland Landscape Design Landscape Design Club. DAM IAN I, D ' ANGELO, ANNA E. JUANITA L. Oakland Richmond History General Curriculum. Honor Students; MKA; Women ' s Counseling. DARROW, DAUN, ROBERT H. ALAN N. Santa Cruz San Diego Political Science Architecture. X; Men ' s Coun- seling. DAVIS, DAVIS, JACK W. JAM ES B. Oceanside Lakeport General Curriculum Forestry II KO; Scabbard Abracadabra; and Blade; Assembly EMII; AZ. Dance Committee. D ' ANGELO, LOUIS Richmond General Curriculum. DAVIDSON, DONALD W., JR. Sutter Mechanical Engineering SME. DAVIS, MARY L. Oakland Spanish Casa Hispana. DAY, ALAN M. Oakland Mechanical Engineering DANIEL, RALPH T. Richmond English Classics Club; Music Club. DAVIDSON, ELWOOD R. Oakland Business Administration II AC DAVIS, MOSES L. Monrovia, Liberia Agricultural Economics A DA; YMCA; NAACP. DAY, DAVID T. Los Angeles Civil Engineering Bowles; ASCE. DANIEL, RICHARD H. Beverly Hills Accounting MAE; Yell Leader; Megaphone Society. DAVIDSON, WILLIAM A. Santa Barbara Zoology 0 K; Honor Students. DAVIS, RICHARD D. Ontario Personnel Administration Wesley tion. DEA, DAVID Y. San Francisco Electrical Engineering AIEE; Symphony. DANIELS, NATHANIEL San Francisco Civil Engineering ASCE. DAVIS , EDDA M. Oakland Psychology Cal Eng.; College Women ' s Club; Women ' s Counciling. DAVIS, WAYNE E. Santa Ana Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. DEAL, ANDREW S. Pasadena Entomology Entomology Club; AZ; Calvin Club. DANNELS, JACK R. Oakland Marketing Honor Students; Marketing Assn. DAVIS, ELEANOR San Francisco English. DAWE, CHARLES W. Bakersfield Political Science AMC DEATHERAGE, GEORGE W. Long Beach Civil Engineering Newman Club. DAOOD, ABDUL HAMID S. Mosul, Iraq Electrical Engineering IRE. DAVIS, FRANK J. San Francisco Mechanical Engineering TB II. DAWSON, EDWARD C. Sacramento Electrical Engineering TB II; HKN; ME; SEE. DECKER, LOIS A. Turlock Social Welfare Women ' s Counseling. DARDANO, DARLING, GUILLERMO LINDA Berkeley Slavic Languages AA II; Ad Service Honor Students; Bureau. Newman Club. San Salvador, Sale. Bacteriology On the football field it ' s a blessing, to his many friends a good- DAWSON, natured curse, but BOB CELERI is never where he ' s supposed to NANCY C. be. Proud OAX fraternity brothers laughingly call him everything Napa from party-pooper to Celery Head. A PE major he plans on Home Economics coaching. Besides football, Skull and Keys and hunting fill his spare time. I OB; ON; AM; Honor Students; Intramural. I ORS DE CURTONI, SHIRLEY N. San General Curriculum. DE LANCEY, CLINTON C. South Pasadena Business Administration SAM DE FREMERY, DE HAAS, DONALD KENNETH M. Oakland Los Angeles Biochemistry Lands cape Design BO II; ‘DBK; Landscape Design Scholastic Honor Club. Society; Frost Council. DE LA RUE, ROBERT E., JR. San Francisco Chemical Engineering. DE JAGER, WILLIAM L. Berkeley Music Music Club. Recreation Majors Club; Square Dance Club. Honor Students; AZ; Pelican; KA; Senior Council. DEJONG, RAYMOND E. Enumclaw, Wash. Physical Education BB; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Football. DE LALLA, OLIVER F. Brockton, Mass. Physiology Pre-Med Society; Tennis. DELONEY, THURMON L. Watonga, Okla. Mathematics A ' IA. DELAMENE, HENRYS. Marysville General Curriculum AKA; Agricultural Economics Club. DE MARTINI, WILLIAM C. San Francisco Business Administration TKE; Winged Helmet. DE LA TORRE, DE LA TORRE, DELAVAN, AGNES MARY E. NANETTE K. Los Angeles Los Angeles San Jose History Recreation General Curriculum; Dance Club. DEMATTEI, DEMATTOS, DEMING, DENNEN, DENNISON, DENSON, DENTON, DERRY, DE TUNCQ, DEUTSCH, ANGELO F. RICHARD 0. HOMER H. FAYE R. ELIZABETH A. LORAINE E. BURNICE V. BARBARA J. GEORGE P. NORMAN Burlingame Salinas Los Angeles Alameda Santa Maria Vallejo Fresno Piedmont Hollywood Berkeley Civil Engineering. Communication Electrical Industrial Decorative Art History Political Science General Political Science. Biochemistry 1E; 4,4; AAE; Engineering Engineering AAA; Prytanean; Peixotto; ZTA; Senior Curriculum Tower and Flame. IFC; IFCSS; AIEE, IRE. AZ; Blue and Gold; Gavel and Quill; Masonic Club. Council; Pelican. AX.Q. Daily Cal. Sr. Council; Senior Class, Elections Bd. Secretary. DEWBERRY, DEWEY, DEVEREL, DEYO, DHILLON, DIAL, DIAZ, DIAZ, DIBBERN, DIBBLE, DA NIEL A. ROY J. WARREN L. RAYMOND E. PRITAM S. ROBERT T. JOE MARGIE V. J. MONTE DAVID V. Montrose Tucson, Ariz. Berkeley North Hollywood East Punjab, Amarillo, Tex. Whittier Pacific Grove Orinda Woodside Industrial Civil Engineering Economics Industrial India Accounting. Entomology Economics. Accounting Economics Management. ASCE. OKI; Winged Engineering History. Entomology Club; Bachelordon. 4)1 " A. Helmet; Big " C " ; Bowles; SAM; Newman. Crew; Varsity Yacht Club. Rowing. DIBBLE, DIBS, DICKEY, DICKSON, DICKSON, DICKSON, DIEDEN, DIETSCH, DIGRAZIA, DILBERGER, FRANK B. GEORGE A. DONALD R. ERNEST L. ESTA L. FLORENCE S. HUBERT V. ELI L. ROBERT J. LORRAINE Y. Santa Rosa Bellflower Whittier Pocahontas, Ark. Oakland Woodacre San Francisco Detroit, Mich. San Francisco Oakland German Economics Mechanical Electrical History Statistics Economics Zoology. Circle " C " ; English Fencing. Tower and Flame; Engineering Engineering Honor Students; Colonial; USCA. Track; Soccer. ZTA. Varsity Debate. BO II; Winged SEE; IRE. College Women ' s Treble Clef. Helmet; NSA; Club Jr.; ZKA. IFC; ASME. DIMMICK, DIMMICK, DIN, DIN, DINGWELL, DINWIDDIE, DJONNE, Late for breakfast, last one on the bus, last one out of the CONSTANCE M. KATHRYN E. FRANK H. JAMES PARK T. EDWARD D. BETTY A. lockers, but first in the hearts of his fellow crew men is IAN San Marino San Gabriel Sacramento Sacramento Oakland Oakland Marietta, Minn. TURNER, one of the few non-seniors to be voted on the 1949 Botany English Retailing Accounting Business Accounting General All-American crew. Work in international relations and " Dee Cheney; Lutheran XQ; Prytanean; II AO; Chinese BAN ' . Administration II KA; BAT. Curriculum Dee " are in his future. Student Assn. Honor Students; Students Club; ()AO; IFC; NBA. NSA; Treble Clef. Intramural. Living Group Council. DMYTROW, DOBBINS, DOBBS, DODDS, DODDS, DOLAN, DOLEZAL, ALEXANDER F. STANLEY R. BILLY D. ROBERT B. WENDELL H. ROBERT W. FRANK 0. Smoky Lake, Oakland Strathmore San Francisco Woodland Richmond San Francisco Can.Dramatic Art Business General Criminology Hammer and General International Pharmacy Administration Curriculum M Big " C " ; Dimmer; UC The- Curriculum. N; 1,AX; Class Newman Club. M IFC. Football. ater; Welfare A0E. Council. Council. DOLEZAL, DOLS, DONAHUE, DONALDSON, DONDERO, DONER, DONG, IRVIN F. ALPHONSE J. DOLORES J. DOROTHY I. RAYMOND S. MAX H. HARRY Killdeer, N. D. Oakland San Gabriel Oakland San Anselmo Inglewood Phoenix, Ariz. Electrical Accounting English Social Welfare Geography. Forestry Statistics. engineering. BAT. Stratford; Yacht Social Welfare Circle " C " ; Club. Assn.; WAA; Forestry Club; Yacht Club; Hockey. Orchesis. DONG, DONOGH, DORIUS, DOTTA, DOUGHTY, DOWELL, DOWNES, DOWNES, DRAYTON, DRESSER, JANET PATRICIA J. KERMIT P. .JAMES D. FRANK 0. RAYMOND L. KENNETH L., JR. MARGARET C. RALPH D. DUANE W. San Francisco Richmond Los Angeles Redding Capitola Woodland Honolulu, T. H. Chicago, Ill. Oakland South Pasadena Social Welfare Decorative Art Architecture Art Soil Physics Art. Industrial Decorative Art Economics Business EOH. . II KA; Rally Hammer and Gymnastics Club. Engineering AXA. Varsity Debate. Administration Comm.; Glee Club; Dimmer; Mask and ; MAE; Scabbard Homecoming. Dagger; UC The- ASME; SAM; and Blade; Men ' s ater, Art Dir. Folk Dancing.Counseling. DUDEK, DUFER, DUGAN, DUKLETH, DUNBAR, DUNER, DUNHAM, DUNKEL, DUNKUM, DUNLAP, JAMES E. JAMES A. NEYSA GORDON W. DONALD P. HELEN F. CHARLES R. BETTY M. WILLIAM E. EDWARD " . Racine, Wis. Biggs Berkeley San Francisco Oakland Sacramento Honolulu, T. H. Oakland Albany Berkeley Accounting. German Psychology Civil Engineering Retailing. Social Welfare Personnel International English Industrial International Mortar Board; ASCE. Sherman. Stephens Union; Relations AMP. Engineering House; Daily Torch and Shield; Eshleman Comm.; Casa Hispana. . Cal, Sports Editor. Prytanean; Worn- Hui Okulapea. en ' s Jud. Comm. DUNN, DUNN, DUNNELLS, DUNSHEE, DUNSTER, DURANTE, DURBIN, DURKEE, DURNING, DURRAN, DONALD L. JACQUELINE C. MARCIA L. RALPH L. MARJORIE J. MARTIN D. JACK H. RONALD E. RICHARD DONALD A. San Leandro Oakland Concord San Francisco Berkeley San Leandro San Diego Burlingame Los Angeles Glendale Advertising. Communications English Business Art Economics Forestry Foreign Trade Mechanical Mechanical Stern; H AE; Eta-Z. Administration. ZTA. ; Winged EEC; Forestry Bowles. Engineering. Engineering Rally Comm.; Ad Helmet. Club. TB II; ASME. Service Bureau. Tuesdays and Thursdays are favorite days of DICK BANKS, " mili- DUTCHER, DUVARAS, DYE, DYER, DYER, EASTBURN, EASTER, tary man. " He was president of the senior class, editor of the NADINE JAMES, JR. ROBERT E. MARY E. MILDRED A. WILLIAM W. GEORGE Captain Quarter-Deck, a Golden Bear, member of Gavel Quill Pasadena San Francisco Middletown, Richmond Berkeley San Carlos Berkeley and NSA. He enjoys wandering in the hills behind " I " House and General Ohio General Business Political Science Medical Science meeting people. After graduation he plans to enter into inter- General Curriculum Curriculum national activity. Curriculum ; Winged Pre-Medical Honor Students; Administration ,; BEE; ; Freeborn. Helmet; Big " C " ; Honor Students; College Women ' s KA. Elections Board; ternity Honor Cal Club; Rep- Pre-Med Society. Club; Masonic UC Theater; Society; at-Large. Club. Radio Workshop. ball, Mgr. EASTHOUSE, EBERHARDT, EDGAR, EDMISTON, EDWARDS, EDWARDS, EDWARDS, LEROY K. JOHN W. EDWARD P. DORIS ANNE LOUISE BOB L. DONALD A. Hamford San Francisco Richmond Beaumont Diablo Richmond Alameda Public Physics Chemical Medical Science. General Curriculum English English Administration Engineering Abracadabra; ; AAX; Women ' s IIB. CEK; APE; ' BK. SAACS; AIChE. Scabbard and Blade. Counseling. Senior Week; Personal Contact Comm. EDWARDS, EDWARDS, EDWARDS, EFSTATHIOU, EHMKE, EHRENTHAL, EHRHART, DOROTHY J. HUGH L. RALPH A. JOHN ERNEST F., JR. EDITH ROBERT W. San Francisco San Leandro Salt Lake City, Alameda Berkeley Los Angeles Oakland English Communications Utah Electrical Chemical Accounting Mechanical Sherman; YWCA. Speech Arts. Architecture Engineering. Engineering Sherman. Engineering. AIChE; SAACS. EICHENDORF, EIFFLER, EISENBERG, ELDER, ELDER, ELE, ELEFANT, ELKINS, ELKNER, ELLIS, RICHARD B. LEROY D. MORRIS FULTON S. ROBERT JOHN H. ROBERT B. ROBERT A. LOIS R. BARBARA J. San Francisco Fresno Radom, Poland Ellwood City, Pa. San Francisco Sacramento San Francisco Oakland Berkeley Santa Barbara Business Marketing Chemical English Business Political Science Public Health. Psychology General History Administration 4.EK. Engineering BET; Honor Administration. ATS2; Glee Club; Tower and Flame; Curriculum ZTA; YWCA; Masonic Club. AIChE; Hillel. Students. JV Swimming. EE H; Psychology ABA. Senior Council. Society. ELLIS, ELLIS, ELLIS, ELLISON, ELSKEN, ELSTER, ELY, EMERSON, EMERY, EMERY, PATRICIA K. RICHARD W. WILLIAM J. KEN E. ROBERT SAMUEL JACK D. WALDO J. JEAN PHILIP H. Oakland Sanger Oakland Redding Berkeley Los Angeles San Francisco Napa Salinas Berkeley General Civil Engineering Mechanical Marketing Chemical Electrical Architecture Business General General Curriculum ASCE. Engineering 6E. Engineering Engineering Del Rey; 4)4); Administration. Curriculum. Curriculum A011. ASME; Assembly AIChE. II Ali. XAK; Men ' s XW; 41); IFC. I Dance Comm., Counseling. Chmn. ENGER, ENGLER, ENGSTROM, ENZENAUER, ERB, ERIKSEN, ERICKSON, ERICKSON, ERICKSON, ERNSBERGER, FINN 0. PAUL B. WARREN L. HANNAH M. ESTHER LEROY HOWARD A. RAYMOND C. ROGER W. PHILIP Oslo, Norway Detroit, Mich. Oakland Healdsburg Allentown, Pa. San Francisco Kingsburg Medford, Ore. El Cerrito Santa Paula Agricultural General Civil Engineering Genetics Economics Art Curriculum Mechanical Accounting. Civil Engineering Mechanical Business ASCE. TKE; Military International OM; Senior Stebbins; AMC Engineering. ASCE; Winter Engineering Administration Assn.; Big " C. " House; Agricul- Women ' s Council. ME II; Psychology Sports Club. ASME. Bowles. tural Economics Society; German Club. Club. i ERNSBERGER, ERNST, ERVING, ESHMAN, EUKEL, EVANOW, EVANS, Chairman of Men ' s Judicial, SEYMOUR ROSE took everything in ROBERT J. ELMORE U. RICHARD M. AARON R. WARREN W. SERGE N. LUCIEN E. his stride. Known on campus as a " regular Joe College, " he is Santa Paula Stockton Berkeley Los Angeles Glendale Corte Madera San Pedro easily recognized by his usual blonde companion. Stephens Union Architecture Architecture Civil Engineering Psychology Physics Anthropology Business Committee, WSSF, Gavel Quill, and Class Councils all welcomed Bowles; Archi- Bowles; PA; Men ' s H KA; ASCE. ZBT; Public Engineering. BET; Men ' s Administration his made aid. him " Sey ' s their " abilities were were recognized by EAM brothers who p tecture Assn.; Jud. Comm.; Relations Chmn • ., Orientations. MO; D1); Rugby. 1 Men ' s Counseling. Architecture IFC; Class Council. Assn. EVENETTE, EVERETT, EVERS, EWING, EWING, FAGERSTROM, FAGUNDES, GREGORY E. ROBERT L. JOAN G. DORLESA B. STEPHEN D. RICHARD W. GILBERT L. Oakland Oroville San Francisco Napa Berkeley San Jose Modesto Accounting Business General German Psychology Political Science Business AEI); Yacht Club. Administration Curriculum Honor Students; Varsity Crew. 1•KM. Administration AKA; 04). AP. German Club; KEK; Interna- UC Chorus. tional House; Newman Club. FAIRLEY, FAIRMAN, FAIRMAN, FALCONER, FANNING, FANSAH, FANUCCHI, WILLIAM L. GIBSON W. NORVAL C., JR. PETER W. ELAINE G. NAJI 0. EDWARD A. Bakersfield Inglewood Piedmont Berkeley San Francisco. Syria Santa Rosa Zoology. Civil Engineering Economics Fct estry History Chemistry Political Science. ASCE; ARBA. Honor Students; Me; Forestry Oldeliberg; International Track; Varsity Club; Crew. Newman Club; House. Track Club. WAA; Tennis. FAULKNER, ROBERT F. San Mateo FAUBION, FAULKNER, FAULKNER, REX B. HAROLD C. NORMA M. San Diego San Francisco San Francisco FARWELL, WILLIAM R. Berkeley FARAJIAN, FARMER, FARREL, FARRINGTON, ARA G. GEORGE R. EDGAR C. JOSEPH E. Parlier Madison, S. D. San Mateo Sacramento Industrial Personnel Mechanical Optometry Engineering Administration. Engineering 2E0; Optometry ASME. II KT; ASME. Assn. FEASTER, FEATHERSTONE, FEIS, FELD, BARBARA J. WILLIAM EDITH G. IRVING M. Martinez Oakland Stockton Tucson, Ariz. Criminology Electrical Public Health Zoology KT; AAE. Engineering Public Health Honor Students. Bachelordon; Club. AIEE. FERGUSON, FERGUSON, FERGUSON, FERNSTROM, FERDIE L. ROBERT G. STEPHENIE S. JOHN R. Long Beac h Santa Barbara Berkeley Sacramento Physics. Mechanical Political Science Geography. Engineering XSI; YWCA. Bowles; Men ' s Counseling. That appearances are often deceiving is proved by SHIRLEY FINN, FINNEY, FINSTAD, FINGADO, FINK, FINKELSTEIN, FINN, FOSTER, Panhellenic president. Although sometimes thought to MONA G. DAVID F. ROBERT N. ROBERT F. DAVID E. ZALMAN BARBARA M. be scatter-brained, Shirley capably led Panhellenic through the San Dieg o Staten Island, ix, Ariz. last year and at the same time assisted Living Groups Council, Sacramento Richmond Tel-Aviv, Isr. San Francisco Phoenix, N. Y. Pryt, and the AGD house in their activities. A sports enthusias t, Civil Engineering Geography International English Curriculum Journalism too, Shirley kept up all these interests while planning a June TKE; Cal Hosts; OAX. Relations KKI " ; Ace of Warring Place; Daily Cal, Senior Industrial Engineering. wedding. ASCE. Oxford; Hillel. Clubs; Intramural. NSA; Treble Clef; Night Editor. YWCA; Symphony Forum. FISHBECK, FISCHEL, FISCHER, FISHER, FISHER, FISHER, FISHER, ROBERT S. CHARLOTTE Y. DAVID L. DELBERT A. GLENN N. REID ROBERT L. Piedmont Beverly Hills Upland Placerville Pomona Oakland San Francisco Industrial Accounting Physics Medical Science Electrical History. Psychology. Management Richards; TX(); Acacia. Bowles. Engineering ()X. Elections Board; HKN; AIEE. WAA; Winter Sports Club. FITZGERALD, FITZGERALD, FITZROY, FLEMING, FLEMING, FLETCHER, FLOOD, BILL E. WILLIAM J. MARCIA A. HOWARD W., JR. RICHARD R. PAUL M. JAMES P. 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AAX; Tower and Flame; Treble Clef. HYNES, PATTY LOU San Francisco History AEA; Pelican; Symphony Forum; Intramural. IANNI, ICHIKI, IGEL, HAMS, IKEDA, MORRIS C. STEPHEN K. LEONA M. CARLTON L. ROBERT M. Trenton, N. J. Walnut Grove San Francisco Justen Tracy Political Science. Physics. History German Chemistry. Bryn Mawr; Bowles; TBK; YWCA; Educa- Honor Students; tion Club. Deutcher Verein. Editor DON HAWORTH is noted in the Blue and Gold office for his ability to get things done while apparently doing nothing. As a speech major, Don loves long hash sessions, and anyone who has something interesting to add to the many discussions is welcome in the inner office. I ORS IMMERGLUCK, I MPERATRICE, INGBER, INGRAM, I NGWERSON, INNOCENTI, INOUYE, JOSEPH E. VIRGINIA A. PETER S. MARY A. LAURENCE A. BORIS GENE T. Oakland Clovis San Mateo Gridley Ceres Phoenix, Ariz. San Bernardino Chemical Zoology Pre-Medical Child Accounting Physics. Economics Engineering Bryn Mawr; Pre- 7.41; Chess Club. 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Cal Hosts; Recrea- AMA; Masonic KI; Soph Arts Club; Ski Club; NSA; Honor Students; tion Majors Club. Club. Vigilantes. Club. " Axe. " Women ' s Counseling. JUSSEN, KAHL, KAIFER, ' CAIN, KAI URES, KALAS, KANAKARIS, I APLAN, KARG, KARN, SALLY C. DAVID S. ROBERT C. HERBERT K. GUS D. PATRICIA M. GEORGE F. WILLIAM S. PHYLLIS RICHARD W. Altadena San Francisco Oakland Pittsburg Oakland San Jose San Francisco Stockton Oakland Oakland General Curriculum Electrical Electrical Public Health. International History English. Civil Engineering Decorative Art Civil Engineering KM ' . Engineering Engineering Relations X51; Secretariat; RISC. AA H; Mortar Bd.; ASCE. IRE; Radio Club. HEN; TB H; ATE; MX. Symphony Forum; Prytanean; Pelican; SEE; Newman Club. Sr. Council. Rally Comm.; ASB. One of the four men holding their own among the thirteen KASHA, KASTNING, ICATAN, KAWAGUCHI, I AWAHARA, KAY, MAYA, women on Blue and Gold was PAUL BUECHNER, who ably edited HARRY RUTH M. THEODORE KOJIRO F. FRANCIS K. IAN T. POLAT this year ' s senior section. Paul was also active in Scabbard and Elizabeth, N. J. Palatine, Ill. San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Turkey Blade, Military Association and BAT. A pre-law student, Paul Mathematics Art Chemistry. Social Welfare Mechanical Accounting Electrical likes music and admits a secret ambition to lead an orchestra.Engineering. Photography Honor Students; Men ' s Counseling; Engineering TKE; Masonic Club. Phrateres. Photography Club. ASME. Club. KEATON, I EENAN, KEH, KEIM, KEISER, KEITH, (CELL, HARRY J. ROGER D. BENJAMIN S. RUSSELL MARILYN R. DOUGLAS F. DAVID S. San Francisco Oakland San Francisco Berkeley Richmond Williams Burlingame Economics Accounting Entomology Civil Engineering Medical Technology General Curriculum Political Science International House; MKT; BAT; Chinese Students ATH; TB H; Honor Students; Abracadabra. H KA. Honor Students; BPI ' . Club; Entomology XE; Scabbard and Masonic Club. Daily Cal. Club. Blade; ASCE. KELLEHER, KELLER, KELLISON, KELLEY, KELLEY, KELLY, KEMP, JOANNE M. LOIS B. WILBUR W. ROBERT THOMAS B. RICHARD T. PARKER B. San Francisco Berkeley Berkeley Sacramento San Francisco San Francisco Hermosa Beach Music Petroleum Bacteriology Treble Clef; UC Zoology. Business Electrical Political Science Engineering Honor Students. Chorus; Music Administration Engineering MAO; Triune. OHM; Mining Council; Glee Bowles. Hammer and Assn.; Circle " C " ; Club. Dimmer; SEE. Volleyball. KITCHIN, PATRICIA San Francisco General Curriculum KA; Class Council; Women ' s ing; " Axe. " KLING, JOHN R. Turlock Forestry. KNUDSON, ALBERT C. Pasadena Electrical Engineering, K.OHR, JAMES W. Richmond Chemical Engineering AIChE. KNUDSON, BETTY J. San Francisco General Curriculum Yacht Club. KENNEDY, CHELTON G., JR. San Mateo Biochemistry XM. KETCHAM, SHIRLEY Berkeley Public Health. KINCAID, DONALD H. Piedmont Economics MAO. KNAPP, MYRON W. Bakersfield Physics AEM. KNUDSEN, JO ANN Berkeley General Curriculum 1K. KENNEDY, CIARAN B. Woodside, N. J. Electrical Engineering ' FA; AIEE; Men ' s Jud. Comm.; Men ' s Counseling. KEYES, JAMES E. Berkeley General Curriculum AT. KING, BERNARD M. Oakland Retailing EAM; BFM; Honor Students. KLASEEN, VIRGINIA A. Pollock Pines Home Economics Sherman; Home Economics Club; YWCA. KNEZEVICH, ELIAS R. Susanville Political Science AS; Circle " C " ; Boxing Club. KOBARA, YOSHIMI Watsonville Accounting. KERCHEN, ANNE M. Seattle, Wash. Political Science KA. KEZIRIAN, ARAM P. Fresno Zoology. KING, WILLIAM Oakland General Curriculum AEM; Rally Comm.; Big " C " Guard; Sr. Yell Leader; VRC. KLEIN, FORREST H. San Francisco Physical Education Football. KNOCHE, ARVILLE San Francisco English Treble Clef. KOBAYASH I, KEY K. Fresno Political Science A ' S ' E; Japanese Students Club; Counseling. KERMOYAN, GLADYS Berkeley Hispanic America APM; UC Chorus; Treble Clef; " Axe. " KHAW, KON-HOCK Burma Mining Engineering International House; TB H. KINST, WILLIAM Oakland XAK; Architecture Association. KLEIN, RICHARD Oakland Electrical Engineering HKN; TB R. KNOTT, JANETTE P. San Luis Obispo Biochemistry Epworth; Hiking Club. KOENIG, F. ROBERT Lafayette Business Administration ATA; Skull and Keys. KLEMMEDSON, JAMES 0. Ft. Collins, Colo Forestry H; Forestry Club; Wildlife Conservation Club. KNOX, PAUL R. Ventura Physiology Bowles. KOEPF, JOHN L. Alameda Forestry Forestry Club. " Dummy-dummy-dummy " was the last th ng heard from LOIS RIVERS, B G Associate Editor. Lois, wht, has managed to get into Pryt, Mortar Board, and the AO H house during her college career, may appear ambitious, but her greatest goal is to do lutely nothing after graduation. 5E11 KERN, KERNER, KERR, KERR, JEAN KENNETH J. ALFRED F. PENELOPE L. Napa Fresno Concord Carmel Psychology Electrical Business Dramatic Arts KA; Blue and Engineering Administration UC Theater. Gold; Art Bureau; AIEE. MKT; Daily Cal. ASB; Orientations. KIEFT, KIESSLING, KIDDER, KILLEEN, EDWARD ROBERT C. RICHARD R. JEANNE Gary, Ind. Visalia Palo Alto San Francisco Finance Electrical Forestry Political Science R. Engineering AB; Glee Club. AEA; Blue and SEE; Masonic Gold; Women ' s Club; Boxing. Counseling; Sym- phony Forum. KIRKMAN, KIRKPATRICK, KIRSCH, KISHI, DONALD V. JOHN D. HAROLD SHERMAN M. Visalia Huntington Los Angeles Livingston General Curriculum Beach Electrical Wildlife Are; JV Baseball. Chemistry. Engineering Conservation SAM; Honor Honor Students; Students; Pho- tography Club. Wildlife Conser- vation Club. KITLEY, KLAMT, NANCY L. BETTY A. Altadena Yuba City Business Education Administration Stern; Women ' s Br E; MX0. Counseling; Treble Clef; Speech Ar ts. KEMP, KENNEDY, PHIL CAROLE S. San Francisco Berkeley Social Institutions. History Hawthorne House; Women ' s Dorm Council; Yacht Club. KERTH, LEROY T. La Mesa Physics Honor Students. KIM, GEORGE Los Angeles Zoology. KESSLER, GENE L. Corona Geophysics Bachelordon; 00; OT; Personnel Council; FSB; ARB. KIMBALL, WILFORD A. San Diego Industrial Relations Men ' s Counseling; Glee Club; ference Comm. KOKKA, KOLB, KOLFF VAN KONO, KON INGS, KORS, KOSKI, KOVAL, KOWALSKI, KRAJESKA, TOMMY T. KENNETH L. OOSTERWIJI , FRANI T. ROSE-MARIE KERMIT TOIVO H. JOHN J. LEO E. JOSEPH B. Watsonville Portland, Ore. HANS San Francisco San Francisco Independence, Kalama, Wash. Wilkes-Barre, Chehalis, Wash. Berkeley Zoology. English Concord Accounting. Art Kan. Electrical Pa. International Business FIX; Pelican, Ed.; Mechanical Panile; Prytanean; Optometry Engineering Business Relations. Administration. Publications Engineering Art Bureau; QE‘It. FIKN; TB H; Administration Council. ASME. Senior Publicity. Tower and Flame. Ski Club; Flying Club. KRAMER, KRAMER, KRAUS; KRAUS, KRAUSE, KRAUSKOPF, l RAUSS, KREIDT, KREIDT, KRELL, FRANCIS R. WILLIAM J. ESTELLE M. RALPH LOIS E. JOSEPH L. IRVING ROBERT H. RUTH B. IRVING Vallejo Oakland Oakland San Francisco Hillsboro, Wis. Berkeley San Francisco Monrovia Gary, Ind. Los Angeles General Foreign Trade. BusinessCrriculum Zoology. Nursing. Business Communications Industrial General Electrical Curriculum Administration EK; Junior Administration Daily Cal, Art Relations. Curriculum Engineering I MK; Band. Council; Pelican; ZBT; IFC. Ed.; Senior Utrimque. SEE. Elections Board; Council. Newman Club. KRELL, KRETSINGER, KROHN, KRUG, KRULL, KRUM, KRUSE, KRUSI, KUDER, KUHNS, ROY W. RICHARD W. JERED CHARLES D. THERESA E. ALUIN A. BERNICE L. GEORGE S. JACK L. CRAIG S. Berkeley Oakland Berkeley Los Angeles San Francisco Sanger San Francisco Piedmont Oakland Salem, Ore. Agricultural Civil Engineering History History Economics. Physiology. General Mechanical Physics. Marketing Big " C " ; FEE;ASE;MKA; Band. Curriculum Engineering Scabbard and AZ; Tower and Basketball. Scabbard and Oldenberg. TB H; II TE. Blade. Flame. Blade; Quarter- deck Society. Being senior manager of water polo, ASUC chairman of SWAC, KULLY, KUM, KUNI EE, I RUZMAN, LACY, LA FORGE, LA FORGE, and Rep-at-Large were a few of the duties that kept future doctor SHELDON D. DAVID L. RALPH E. CALVIN M. PEGGY L. MARGARET J. SALLY V. DICK VAN HOUTEN busy. In his spare moments, Van Nester, South S Francisco Sa Stockton Klamath Falls, n Atascadero Oakland Sacramento he ' s better known to brothers, attended meetings of Ball General Ore. Physical Economics Curriculum hem Bioc Business Electrical and Chain, Phi Phi, and Golden Bear. On Sunday he diversified his Education Mechanical activities and became a church school teacher. Administration. Engineering AAM; Honor Daily Cal. H BC Blue and Engineering International Students; Daily Gold; Ace of MK; Blue and House. Cal; Personnel Clubs; Class Gold; ACC; AZ; Cal Engineer. Council. Council. Secretariat. LA FRENZ, LAHS, LAIDLAW, i..AMBORN, LANCET, LANDER, LANDIS, WALLACE ELINOR ROBERTA JANE NI. A. LINCOLN ELAINE T. JOHN B. Oakland Oakland Sacramento Oakland Los Angeles Long Beach Auburn Chemistry Mechanical General Oldenberg; General Agricultural General Curriculum Pre-Legal Engineering. Curriculum. SAACS; Women ' s Curriculum Economics A■DE; Junior Bowles; A Itg; Counseling; II DP; Pelican; AET; AZ. Yell Leader; Rugby. Elections Board. Orientations. Class Council. LANGLEY, LANGSTON, LANSING, LANT, LARGENTE, I ARSEN, CARSON, PHILIP G. ROBERT L. HAROLD L. FORREST C. LAURENT CONSTANCE D. NORMA M. Berkeley Huntington Park San Francisco Del Paso Heights Oakland Ventura Salinas Forestry Entomology Civil Engineering Political Science. Economics. English General Forestry Club. TKE; Masonic KN; XE; KA; Secretariat; Curriculum Club. TB H; ASCE; Elections Board; MK; Elections Men ' s Counseling, Women ' s Board; Counseling. Secretariat. LASSAR, LATCHAW, LATHRAP, LAUBE, LAUNDY, LAURITZEN, LAYERING, LAVERTY, LA VIGNE, LAW, MARTIN ROBERT S. DONALD W. ALOYSIUS F. HELEN L. HAROLD M. LEROY C. GORDON L. HERBERT H. DONALD D. Los Angeles Martinez Berkeley San Diego Oakland Los Altos Honolulu, T. H. Burlingame Piedmont Fellows General Mechanical Civil Engineering. Anthropology Optometry Curriculum Business Physics. Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering AKA; DBK; ' VT; BB; KA; Pelican; Administration University C.6,0; ASCE; Engineering ASME. AMP; Tower and Honor Students; Orientations; EH; 44. Christian A RBA. BET; AIChE. Flame; Honor Executive Comm.; Blue and Gold; Fellowship. Students. IFC. YWCA. LAWLER, LAWRENCE, LAWRIE, LAWS, LAWSON, LAWTON, LAllAROTTO; LEACH, LEAF, LE BOLD, MARJORIE BARBARA J. DONALD A. WILLIAM R. BRADFORD C. DONALD E. GINO FLOYD H. PETER E. ROBERT J. Berkeley San Francisco Sacramento Piedmont Pasadena Adneoye Falls, Vallejo San Diego Berkeley Chicago, Ill. General Economics Business General Mathematics. N. Y. French Industrial Zoology Social Welfare. Curriculum DM; WSSF; Administration Curriculum Agricultural MA II; Spanish Engineering ITT; Triune; MK; Prytanean. Elections Board; TKE. AM); Golf. Economics Club; Circolo Tower and Flame; Ramblers; Rugby. Red Cross; Del Rey; 4.1z. Italiano; Cercle ASME; Folk Skiing. Francais. Dance. I LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, LEE, CATHERINE DICK Y. D ONALD V. EDMUND M. GEORGE Y. HELEN C. MERVYN SOON H. THEODORE 1. VIRGINIA W. San Francisco Lemdore Long Beach Isleton Ludlow Fairfield Oakland Oakland San Francisco San Francisco Sociology. Mechanical Physical Circle " C " ; Ball Petroleum Chemistry Mechanical Architecture Industrial Political Science Engineering Education and Chain; Track; Engineering Epworth; SAACS. Engineering Chinese Students Engineering. AAA; Pelican; ASME; Chinese ,I,AH1; Big " C " ; Winged Helmet. n AO; Chinese II AO; Chinese Club. UNESCO. Students Club. Baseball. Students Club. Students Club; ASME. LEE, LEE, LEE WING, LEFTWICH, LEHR, L EIBER, LEIZ, Hitting every big activity organization on campus, NEYSA DUGAN VIVIAN S. WILBERT H. GILBERT N. VICTOR IRENE PAUL H., JR. DOUGLAS R. collected Pryt and Mortar Board pins and a Torch and Shield San Francisco San Francisco Lawndale Berkeley Shafter Oakland Oakland ring. When not busy with Don, this witty and unreserved miss Public Health Civil Engineering Statistics General Nursing Marketing. Forestry competently led Women ' s Judicial Committee. Always frank, she Ritter; YWCA; ASCE; Chinese NROTC. Curriculum. Honor Students. Varsity Track; admits that her main ambition is to get married. Prytanean; Mor- Students Club. Intramural; tar Board. Forestry Club. LELACHEUR, LELAND, LEMANN, LEMIEUX, LENNERT, LENZ, LEONE, RUTH R. HENRY JACK, JR. ELIZABETH J. BEN J., JR. LOWELL DOUGLAS Oakland Oakland New Orleans, La. Berkeley Inglewood Webster City, Ia. Oakland Nursing. Mathematics. Biochemistry. French Civil Engineering Business International AEA; YWCA. ASCE. Administration Relations AEA. OX; • Ball and Chain; Football, M anager. LEONG, LEONG, LEONG, LEONG, LERER, LEROY, LEUNG, EDWARD G. LILLIAN L. MILDRED WILFRED D. SUZANNE NORMAN R. GEORGE P. Stockton Portland, Ore. Salinas San Francisco San Francisco Brea Berkeley Public Health. General Education Foreign Trade. General Chemical Business Curriculum. MO II; Pe ixotto; Curriculum Engineering Administration Chinese Students A,13.E. AXE. B A W. LEVO, CAROLYN R. Alameda General Curriculum AO II. LEW, JAMES Oakland Economics. LEWIS, HERMAN L. Berkeley Sociology A ' EA. LEVINE, SIMON Schenectady, N. Y. Business Administration. International House; Soccer. LE VON, LEVY, MIHVAN, JR. ALAN V. Los Angeles Los Angeles Illumination Metallurgy HKN; TB II; AIME; Mineral Honor Students; Technology Assn.; AIEE; IRE. WSSF. LEW, STANLEY Watsonville Personnel Administration Men ' s Counseling; Chinese Students Club. LEUTERIO, GUMERSINDO L. Manila, P. I. Business Administration LEVENS, NAOMI Oakland Social Welfare Junior Debate; Blue and Gold. LEVIANT, NORMAN San Francisco General Curriculum II A I . LEWIS, LEWIS, LEWIS, LIBBEY, LIBBY, LICHT, LIEBERMAN, LIEBERMAN, LIGHTFORD, LILES, IRVING L. RAYMOND E. ROBERT L. RUTH E. MARY F. NORMAN G. LOUIS NORMAN DONALD W. RUBY L. San Francisco Alameda Sacramento Nevada City Mt. Vernon San Francisco New York, N. Y. Los Angeles Grass Valley Texarkana, Ark. Business Business Business International General Optometry International Journalism Optometry Zoology Administration. Administration Administration. Relations Curriculum. II M.; BM.; Relations IAM; Public DEC Stebbins. K . KKI`. XO; Eta-Z. Optometry Assn. Honor Students, Relations Council. LIM, LIND, LIND, LINDHOLM, LINDNER, LINDSAY, LINDSTROM, LINFORTH, LINTON, LITTIG, PHILLIP BETTY B. WILTON H. ROGER R. FRED A. DOREEN JOHN A. MARGARET A. WILLIAM HUGO F. San Francisco Piedmont Oakland National City Sacramento Berkeley San Francisco Berkeley Los Angeles Fargo, N. D. Business General Chemical Civil Engineering. Public Physical Speech. General Sociology Business Administration Curriculum Engineering Administration. Education Curriculum Honor Students. Administration Special Services Pelican; Women ' s AlChE. Honor Students; KKr; Blue and Scabbard and Council. Counseling; Con- NEW; WAA; Gold. Blade. ference Comm. Women ' s " C. " Sportsman and businessman, BUD HOBBS, hopes to manage some- LITTLEFIELD, LITTLEFIELD, LIVERMORE, LOBDELL, LO BUONO, LOCKHART, LOCKIE, thing bigger than a fraternity house (SAE) with the hope of DANIEL F. JOSEPH L. ROBERT BUELAH M. JOHN A. IRMA M. KENNETH R. owning it too. This ambitious Rep-at-Large found time to partici- Berkeley Berkeley Ross Chico Glendale Oakland Merced pate in Men ' s Judicial, Rally Committee, Golden Bear, Cal Club, Business Business History. Hispanic America English Lab Technician Agricultural and Scabbard and Blade—all of which should have provided plenty Administration Engineering Administration. of executive experience. AAC Big " C " ; AAA; Tower and OIE; Occident; Masonic Club. Scabbard and Flame; Blue and WSSF; Writers ASAE. Blade; Gavel and Gold. Conference. Quill. LOEFFLER, LOEWE, LOGAN, LOHMEYER, LONEY, LONG, LONGFIELD, HENRY G. OTTO, JR. LIDA E. JANET M. GLENN M. WALTER I. PHYLLIS G. Nevada City Oakland Lafayette New Orleans, La. San Francisco Visalia Long Beach Speech Pharmacy. Insurance Home Economics ChildBowles; 1313K; Biochemistry. General Honor Students; Home Economics Development ,T,HI; AMP; Curriculum Lutheran Club; Consumers Treble Clef. Tower and Flame; ZTA; Students. Council; UCSCA. Thalian. ing; Orientations. LONGHETTI, LONN, LOPEZ, LO PRESTI, LORAIN, LORD, LORENZ, ANTHONY JEANNIE F. JULIO WARREN I. ROBERT J. JUNE H. HELEN M. San Bruno Berkeley Los Angeles San Mateo Sacramento Santa Monica Santa Barbara Criminology Social Welfare Electrical Optometry Business General Psychology AAE. AO H; Mortar Engineering Honor Students. Administration Curriculum. Flying Club; Board; Prytanean; HKN. A(1)52; Honor Ski Club. Blue and Gold. dents; Men ' s Counseling. I ORS LOUIE, LOUIE, MILTON PEARL K. Berkeley Seattle, Wash. Civil Engineering Accounting. ASCE; CSC; CSCA. LOUGHRIDGE, LOUI E, LOUIE, LOUIE, LOUIE, CHARLES W. FRANKLIN HENRY JANE F. JOHN F. San Francisco Oakland San Mateo San Francisco San Francisco Civil Engineering Criminology. Electrical General Chemical ASCE, SAME. Engineering Curriculum. AIEE; Men ' s Counseling; CSC; SEE. LO UTZENHEISER, JOHN W. Sausalito Political Science KE; Triune; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Rugby Club. LORENZO, LORETZ, RICHARD J. NORMAN F. Alexandria, Egypt Oakland French Electrical Radio Workshop; Engineering. Italian Club; French Club. LOVEJOY, LOW, LOW, LOWD, LOWE, LOWE, LOWELL, LOWREY, LOWRY, L UCERO, VINCENT E. EVA F. RUTH LOUIS W. HARVEY ORVILLE G. EVA M. LLOYD T. THOMAS J. CLARA J. Coronado San Francisco San Francisco Oakland Berkeley San Gabriel Piedmont San Diego San Mateo Rosemead Industrial Architecture Food Chemistry Accounting General Chemistry General Landscape Civil Engineering. Political Science Management. Stebbins; AAP. ON; AN; YWCA; BPI. Curriculum. $I-1 ; BB; Tower Curriculum Des ign. Peixotto Hall; Chinese Students and Flame; Honor Honor Students; Women ' s Dorm Club; CSCA. Students; SAACS. Tower and Flame; Council. Little Theater. LUCKENBACH, L UEDTKE, LUKE, LUM, LUMBARD, LUNDEEN, LUNDGREN, LUNDQUIST, LUNTEY, LUPTON, RALPH R. CARALEE ALFRED T. JAMES CHARLES G. RONALD G. RAYMOND MARY E. LEILA L. ALVIN R. San Diego Oakland Los Angeles Des Moines, Ia. Sacramento Oceanside Oakland Oakland Napa Winton Electrical General Philosophy Physics Journalism Economics Civil Engineering. Home Economics Public Health Civil Engineering Engineering Curriculum Bowles; Men ' s AMP; Honor OX; Big " C " Bachelordon; Lutheran Stu- Nursing. ASCE. ASEE. K. Counseling; Student; Photog- Guard; Cal Engi- Card Stunts, dents Assn.; Class Council. raphy Club. neer; Pelican, Manager. Home Economics Editor. Club. LUTGE, LUTZ, LUX, LUXENBERG, LYNNE, LYNCH, LYNCH, THEODORE V. ELAINE E. ROBERT W. RONALD J. ROBERT DONALD B. JAMES T. Oakland Salinas Berkeley Los Angeles Martinez Napa Chicago, Ill. Civil Engineering General Zoology. Insurance. Journalism Business History. OK ; ASCE. Curriculum Daily Cal. Administration ZTA; Treble AKA; Baton; Clef; Senior Cal Band; Rally Council. Comm., Sr. Mgr. LYONS, LYONS, LYTLE, MacCOUN, MacDONALD, MACHADO, MACHADO, BARBARA F. ELLIS C., JR. DEAN W. JAMES R. WILLIAM A. ALBERT J. KEN San Francisco San Mateo Oakland Dutch Flat Seattle, Wash. Seaside Salinas Electrical History Finance. Engineering Civil Engineering Industrial Hispanic America Industrial Design 11K; KA; TB II; HKN; KAP; ASCE. Engineering International 4,EK; ABA; Newman Club. Engineers EH; House. Rally Comm.; Council. Football, Mgr. MacILVAIN, MacINTOSH, MacKENZIE, MacKENZIE, MACKEY, MACLEAN. MacLER, SHIRLEY R. JAMES 0. BRUCE ROBERT G. HOWARD J., JR. DONALD K. LEROY C. Los Angeles Richmond Sebastopol Provo, Utah Richmond Alameda Sebastopol Physical International English Electrical Mathematics Economics Business Education RelationsUSCA; Tower Engineering ILIK; Golden Del Rey; ,I30; Administration WAA; P.E. Majors Masonic Club. and Flame. TB II; HKN; Bear; Big " C " ; Men ' s Counseling; Del Rey; Ball Club; Masonic Engineers Council; Ball and Chain. Senior Council. and Chain. Club. Glee Club. Outstanding describes Women ' s Rep, LOU WHITE, who seems to have a finger in everything on campus from Mortar Board to Cal Club—and OBK as well. A music major, Lou often entertains Tri Delt sisters with her cello. Her future plans include a marriage to past Hall of Fame man, Don McNary. SEM MacMANUS, JAMES S. Berkeley Industrial Design Bachelordon. MAH, DANIEL Stockton Food Technology MacMILLAN, MacPHEE, ELDRED I. JOAN R. Arcata San Francisco Civil Engineering Political Science Bowles; ASCE. A A II; Prytanean; RAE; Pelican; ACB; Women ' s Counseling. MAH, MAHER, MUN Q. PATRICIA H. Stockton Santa Rosa Economics Public Health II Al,. KA; Class Council; Pelican; phony Forum. MacPHERSON, WILLIAM J. Long Beach Civil Engineering TKE; ASCE. MAIER, LOUIS San Francisco German. M AC ROSTIE, MADDALENA, MADSEN, JOHN JOSEPH BEN L. WILLIAM D. New York, N. Y. Atascadero Oakland Mechanical Civil Engineering Business Engineering Del Rey. Administration ASME. Gymnastic Team. MALCOLM, MALKSON, MALLORY, JEAN D. GEORGE W. JAMES I. Sacramento Oakland Concord Physical Education Industrial Relations. Wildlife Richards Hall; Conservation P. E. Majors Club; Wildlife College Women. tion Club; Masonic Club. MAGGS, DOROTHY Stockton General Curriculum K. MALM, ROBERT S. Oakland Physics. MAGNUSON, HERBERT A. San Mateo Foreign Trade STA; A4,E. MALMQUIST, OLOF C., JR. San Francisco Architecture. MAGUIRE, EVERETT W. San Bernardino Civil Engineering ASCE. MALONE, J. GERALD Riverside Production Management AT; DI,. " Gentleman JIM " DUVARAS is well known on campus for a friendly smile and an active four years. With Rep-at-Large topping his list of activities, Jim has also been Homecoming Chairman in ' 48, a member of Varsity basketball, Cal Club, and Winged Helmet. In off-hours Jim presides over the Phi Psi house, studies pre-law, and listens to Dave Brubeck. MALSOR, MARGARET E. Bozeman, Mont. History AZ; Daily Cal; Prytanean; AM; Standards Comm. MANCARTI, JOYCE R. Laurel MANEVITZ, DAVID Rochester, N. Y. MANHEIM, MANN, MANN, JOHN L. CHARLES A. MARILYN H. San Francisco Ontario San Francisco Labor Relations. Soil Science Chemistry Bachelordon; Cheney Hall; Men ' s Counsel ing; IX II; SAACS. Soil Science Club. MARSHALL, BILL North Plainfield, N. J. Advertising ATO; AAA; Gavel and Quill; Homecoming. MASON, ROBERT S. Alameda Public Health. Electrical Engineering HKN; Tower and Flame; SEE; Engineers ' Council. MARTIN, MARGARET A. Berkeley Political Science. MASPERO, BETTY Long Beach Social Welfare AOH. MARKLING, WILLIAM P. Brawley Mechanical Engineering ATS2; Soph Council; Men ' s Counseling; Newman Club. MARTIN, YVONNE C. Oakland Dramatic Art ANSI; Prytanean; Cal Club; Class Councils; Rally Committee. MASRI, MAMUD S. Jerusalem, Isr. Physiology. MARK, MARK, JANE RICHARD L. San Francisco Yuba City Physical Education. MAPLES, MARCHETTE, MARCUS, MARCUS, ROLAND J. MYNER J. MARTIN I. VIVIAN D. El Centro Murphys Santa Rosa Los Angeles General Curriculum Psychology Biochemistry. Political Science. Track; Big " C " ; Pre-Medical Ramblers. Society. MARRA, MARRINGTON, MARSH, MARSHALL, ARNO S. RONALD L. JAMES H. ALLEN H. Pittsburgh Watsonville Berkeley Santa Barbara Accounting. Accounting. Political Science Mechanical J4) Engineering TB n ; ASME. MARTHINSEN, MARTINSON, MARTSOLF, MASARIE, ROBERT M. RICHARD A. JOHN W. FRED E. San Francisco Anaheim Oakland San Francisco Bacteriology Mechanical Marketing Architecture API. Engineering 4,ICT; Daily Cal; OB. ASME. AAI ' . MASSEY, MASSOGLIA, MASUCCO, MATHER, ROSEMARY FRANK P. JOSEPH ELDON H. Berkeley San Francisco Calistoga Upland Chemistry Electrical Business Business College Women ' s Engineering Administration. Administration Club; Masonic HKN; TB II . Cloyne; Wesley Club. Club; SAM. History Zoology Oldenberg; 1KA; Tower and Flame; Honor Students; Pre-Med Society. II; CSTA. MATTHEW, WARREN B. North Hollywood Slavic Languages Honor Students; AMP; Dobro Slovo; Slavic Society. MATHEWS, CHARLES R. Stockton Engineering EAE; ASCE. MAWDSLEY, AUDREY Carmel Joaquin Hall; Dec. Art Society; Radio Workshop. MATHEWS, MATHIESEN, MORRIS P. ROY M. Hermosa Beach Centerville Physical Education Landscape Design. Big " C " ; Circle " C " ; Swimming; Water Polo. MAY, KENNETH W. Berkeley Wildlife Conservation. MATISOV, MA1 RANGA, NADIA EDWARD C. San Francisco Burbank Social Welfare Latin America Stratford; Cloyne; Phrateres. tional House. MAYERS, MAYES, JOAN ALBERT C. Los Angeles Huntington Park General Curriculum Electrical Lantana; WAA; Engineering YWCA; Christian AIEE, Masonic Science Club. Club. MATSURA, LILY Berkeley General Curriculum. MAYES, RICHARD P. Chicago, Ill. English Radio Workshop; Junior Farce; " Axe. " MAURER, MAURIS, MARGARET ANN CARMEN M. Porterville Evansville, Ind. Psychology Public Health. Stern; Newman Club; WAA; Counseling. MAZIARZ, DOLORES J. San Francisco General Curriculum ABA; Pelican. MAUS, RONALD D. Concord Accounting SAM. MEADOWS, BETTY C. Oakland Speech Are; WAA; Masonic Club. MAY, GEORGE M. Oakland Decorative Art Forestry AXA; Big " C " ; Ski Club; Forestry Club. MAYRISCH, MAZE, JEANNE M. SPENCER M. Oakland Auburn Art Zoology ZTA. OE; Pre-Med Society. MEADOWS, MERRIE Berkeley Journalism ZTA; Gavel and Quill; 01,D; Class Council. MEALIA, COLLEEN J. Roseville English California; Honor Students; Class Council. PAEHTA, KRISHNAKUMAR M. Bombay, India Production Management. MEIKLE, DAVID W. Yuba City Electrical Engineering HKN. MEISSEN, SHIRLEY E. Visalia Physical Education NET; WAA. PA ELBY, CLAYTON M. Kansas City, Mo. Architecture MAE; Architecture Association. MELDAV, MELICKER, ROBERT E. HARVEY J. Pasadena Daly City Chemistry Electrical AXE. Engineering. MELLETTE, MELVIN, RAYMOND V. DORIS J. Albany Oakland Mechanical General Curriculum Engineering University Christian ASME; SAME. Fellowship. MENA, EFRAIN San Salvador Bacteriology. M ERRIFIELD, MARVIN W. Cedar Rapids, Ia. Accounting BAT; PE. METZGAR, ERV F. San Jose Physiology Honor Students; Men ' s Counseling; Pre-Med Society. MENDOSA, LILA M. Mendocino English. MERRILL, MALCOLM D. Berkeley Medical Science AAE; Pre-Med Society; Symphony Forum. MEYER, JOHN C. 0 rovil le Business Administration. MENKE, DONALD K. Long Beach Tennis. MERRIOTT, BARBARA JEAN Berkeley Business Administration KA; Pelican; Art Staff; YWCA. MEYERINK, DIANE I. San Francisco Home Economics ZTA; Pelican; Assembly Dance; Women ' s Counseling. MENZIES, MERCHANT, LEONARD W., JR. DOST M. King City Bombay, India Business Industrial Administration Management Masonic Club; International House; Military Assn. World Affairs Council. MERRITT, MERRYMAN, RICHARD S. SAMUEL B. Oakland Crannel Far Eastern Studies. Forestry. MICHAELS, MICHAELS, CHARLES LILLIAN L. Santa Ana San Francisco Civil Engineering General Curriculum. XE; Engineers ' Council. MERING, PHILIP C. Sacramento General Curriculum 13rA; Skull and Keys. MERWIN, WILLIAM H. Clarksburg Industrial Administration MIDDLETON, HOWARD W. Oakland Business Administration WT; Big " C " ; Scabbard and Blade; Ball and Chain. MERRIFIELD, JAMES C. San Francisco Pre-Legal MESIANO, CARLOS E. Rio de Janeiro Electrical Engineering. MIDDLETON, ROBERT F. Oakland Civil Engineerin g ASCE; Christian Science Club. Peanut, as she is known to Chi 0 sisters, may be small in stature, hut has a large capacity for getting things done. JEAN FERRINI wielded the gavel of Pryt and was also a member of Mortar Board and Torch and Shield. Her future plans include teaching and a July wedding. MILHOUS, MILANI, MILLAR, MILLAR, MILLAR, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, CLAUDE T. WILLIAM J. CARLYLE D. GEORGE R. RUSSELL W., JR. ALVIN W. DABNEY D. DANIEL D. DICK DONALD D. Whittier San Anselmo Wichita, Kan. Berkeley Berkeley Bakersfield Walnut Creek Ashton, Ia. Bronx, N. Y. Ashton, Ia. Architecture. Electrical Business Business International Electrical Personnel Mechanical Philosophy Mechanical Engineering. Administration Administration Relations. Engineering Management Engineering. Oxford; Winged Engineering Radio Workshop; XIV; ASE. SEE; IES. EH; Orientations. Helmet; Debate; ASME. Society of Public Welfare Board. Administration. MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLIKEN, MINASIAN, FAITH M. FRED R. HUGO, JR. KENNETH A. LORETTA R. MARTIN W. ROBERT E. ROBERT H. JOHN H. EDWARD Whittier San Fernando Fresno Albany Fresno Oakland Oakland Downers Grove,B Covina Lawrence, Mass. Social Welfare English Forestry. General Curriculum Mining Bacteriology Accounting III. Business Administration History Bay View; Blue and Masonic Club. Stern; Mineral Society of BAT. Botany. BO II; Ball and EKA; APN; Art Gold; Women ' s Technology Assn. American Chain; Football. Bureau; Daily Cal. Dorm Assn. Bacteriologists. MINCH, MINER, MIRANDETTE, MITCHELL, MITCHELL, MITCHELL, MITCHELL, MITCHELL, MITCHELL, MIYOSHI, FRANK E. DONALD J. XAVIER E. DAVID C. EVELYN L. HOLBROOK T. RICHARD I. ROY W. WALTER M. JUN Sacramento Salinas Salinas Glendale Susanville San Francisco Oakland Los Angeles Fresno Santa Maria Business Chemistry Zoology. OE; Ball and Business English. Physics Business Personnel Relations Pharmacy. Administration AXE; Skiing. Chain; Honor Administration Lutheran Students Administration OX. Circle " C " ; Varsity Students. Peixotto; 4,X0; Association. AMA; SAM. Golf Team. Women ' s Counseling. , MOLLER , MOLLER , NARI MOLI , MOHN , MOEN , MOELLER , MIZOTE DICK HAFNER, spring editor of Daily Californian, has crammed ASUC to According college. of years four fou his h into activities many BEATRICE T. ERNEST B. DORIS M. CHARLES J. GLORIA F. EDWIN R. MARTHA J. prexy Danny Coelho, Dick is the number one campus public enemy. Oakland San Leandro Atascadero Niles San Francisco Petaluma Carmel After graduation Dick seems to be headed for either a future Public Health Agricultural Art Political Science. Spanish Electrical General Curriculum career with a newspaper or the Orinda Volunteer Fire Dept. Public Health Club; Economics Beaudelaire; ' FM; Pelican. Engineering. Panhellenic; Japanese Students X‘If; Agricultural AE. A ' D; Intramural; Club. Economics Club. NSA; WAA. MONROE, MONSEN, MONTE, MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY, MOODY, MOODY, GEORGE E. WILLIAM H. VINCENT F. PEGGY J. ROBERT D. BRUCE E. CHARLES 0. San Pedro Sonoma Vallejo New York, N. Y. Oakland Palo Alto Burlingame Process Engineering Civil Engineering Accounting English Mechanical Architecture History. AIChE. XE; ASCE. ' I ' KT; Treble Clef; Engineering AKE; Circle " C " ; YWCA. ASME; Glee Club. Swimming; Water Polo. MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, MOORE, CARLISLE M. CECIL G. EUGENE 0. GEORGE R. GORDON E. PERCY C. WILLIAM H., JR. Berkeley Oakland San Francisco Fresno Redwood City Harrisburg, Pa. Berkeley Electrical Anthropology Accounting. Chemical Chemistry Political Science Business Engineering AZ; Blue and Gold; Engineering Honor Students; C 414 ; Tower and Administration Acacia; IRE. Red Cross; WAA. AXE; Blue and SAACS. Flame. Gold. 1i MOORE, WILLSON C. Honolulu, T. H. General Curriculum TKE. MORTON, DONALD T. Lodi Civil Engineering ASCE. MORAN, JOHN F. Waterbury, Conn. Electrical Engineering International House; AIEE; Newman Club; Radio Workshop. MOSER, JAMES H. Sonoma Chemistry Bowles; Cal Band; American Chemical Society. MORAN, THOMAS G. Yreka Finance AX. MOSER, KENNETH J. Berkeley Foreign Trade Circle " C. " MORANDI, RENO Fort General Curriculum. MOSS, JULIA A. Riverside Accounting AX52; International Board. MORELLO, JOAN L. Oakland Journal ism EK; Women ' s Counseling. MORRIS, JOHN Brea Medical Science Bowles. MOTE, LEWIS R. San Diego Chemical Engineering SAACS, AIChE. MORENO, IGNACIO G. San Diego Accounting International House. MORRISON, JOETTA L. Redwood City History QM; EKA; Blue and Gold; Elections Board; Pelican. MORETTINI, RUTH San Jose Public Health APA; Pelican; Jr., Sr. Council; YWCA; tions. MORRISSEY, PHILLIP J. Orland Industrial Engineering Bachelordon. MORGAN, MORGAN, DOROTHY J. NANCY J. Ventura Piedmont General Curriculum Speech Mitchell; Senior FOB; Pelican; Council. YWCA. MORSE, MORSE, ALLISON, MARGARITA S. Danville Oakland Decorative Art Public Health X0; Prytanean; Secretariat; Women ' s Ex. Bd. MOYER, MUEHLBERGER, RICHARD D. ROY P. Oakland Los Angeles Business Economics Administration. KA; Big " C " ; Welfare Council; Opinion Survey. MORGAN, ROBERT E. Chicago, I. Chemistry SAACS. MORTENSEN, GLEN H. Richmond, Utah Architecture Glee Club. MUELLER, CHARLOTTE L. Evansville, Ind. Nursing International House; WAA; Interclass Board. MORIARTY, MORNINGSTAR, BRUCE J. MARTHA ANN Watsonville Redlands Petailing General Curriculum Marketing Club. Pelican. MORRIS, MORRIS, EDITH M. HAROLD D. Selby Albany General Curriculum Electrical Stern; WAA. Engineering TBH; HK N. MOUAT, MOULTHROP, JOHN A. FRANKLIN W. Loleta Los Angeles Civil Engineering Marketing ASCE. 4,A13; Big " C " ; AAE; Military Association. MULLINS, ROY Bakersfield Physics. MULVANY, MUNGER, MUNEZ, CLAIRE JANET FRANCES ANN Oakland Santa Monica Watsonville Political Science Political Science Spanish EK; Honor Stu- AX52; Blue and Elizabeth Barrett; dents; Prytanean; Gold. Honor Students; Panile; Elections AMP; Ski Club. Board. MURAYAMA, MURPHY, MURPHY, MURPHY, SADA GEORGE J. LUCILLE P. WILLIAM J. Newcastle Sacramento Long Beach Griffith, Ind. Psychology Journalism General Curriculum Speech APE; Honor ASB. ZTA; Pelican. Honor Students; Students. Debate; Radio, Jazz Workshop. MURRAY, LYN RUTH Berkeley History OM; Tower and Flame; EKA; Sr. ASCE. Women ' s Board. MURTAGH, NANCY M. San Francisco Biochemistry AEA; Senior Council; Senior Week. M YATT, JAMES S. Pasadena Mechanical Engineering ASME. MURRAY, MILTON Oakland Construction Engineering MUELLER, WILLIAM M. Alameda Electrical Engineering Oxford; SHE; HKN; TBIT; Blue and Gold; Military Assn. MURASHIMA, JAMES I. Fresno Public Health Public Health Club. MURRAY, KENNETH V. Greenville Insurance D13; 04); Homecoming. MUNRO, MUNSON, NEIL E. JOHN C. Berkeley San Francisco Religion. Business Administration KE. MURRAY, MURRAY, DWIGHT H. JOAN M. Napa San Francisco Zoology English VI " ; Hi; XQ; Prytanean; Flying Club. WAA; Women ' s " C " Society. MYERS, MYERS, ARTHUR M. CLAYTON F. San Diego San Marino Public Health Accounting II KA; Pre-Med BrE; BAT; Society; Class Honor Students. Council. Quiet but vivacious was GWEN HANSON who hoped to find herself something other than a teacher in the future. Gwen was associate manager of B G and member of Pryt. She loved sports and took part in the Life Guard Corps, WAA, and Yacht Club. A= sisters were duly proud of this little blonde from Red Bluff. 5E11 MYERS, McBETH, McBRIDE, McCAGUE, McCARTHY, McCARTHY, McCARTHY, McCLAIN, McCLELLAN, McCLUSKEY, DOROTHY M. VARLEY DONALD W. GRACE E. KATHLEEN MARY-ELIZABETH WILLIAM G. DAVID P. LLOYD D. DON Richmond Oakland Brooklyn San Francisco San Pedro Washington, D. C. El Vernon Oakland Carlsbad Hanford History English Political Science. History Physical Education Social Welfare History Forestry Electrical Forestry AAX; AKA; Wom- Occident; Publica- Cheney; Women ' s Stebbins; Tower Stern; Radio AKE; EE II; AZ; Forestry Engineering. Tower and Flame; en ' s Counseling; tions Council; Counseling; Red and Flame. Workshop; Women ' s Men ' s Counseling; Club; Cal Band; Forestry Club; Class Council. Writers Confer. Cross. Club. Baseball; Newman Football. Sierra Club. Club. McCLUSKEY, McCONNELL, McCONNELL, McCORMACK, McCORD, McCULLEY, McCURDY, McCURDY, McCUTCHAN, McDANIEL, WILLIAM F. RAY S. WILLIAM H. MALCOLM VIRGINIA VIRGINIA R. PICHARD E. SANFORD A. THOMAS 0. ALBERT H. Oakland Burlingame Pennsylvania Rio Vista Salinas Ceres Berkeley Long Beach Healdsburg San Francisco Business Accounting. Political Science Agricultural International Music Agricultural Business Industrial Civil Engineering Administration. A ' ' E. Economics Relations AAX; Women ' s Economics Administration Engineering ASCE. Acacia; Tower and Joaquin Hall. Counseling; AKA; AZ; Circle AKA. Acacia; ASCE; Flame; Agricultural Ur Chorus. " C " ; Athletic ASME; Military Econ. Club. Council. Association. McDANIEL, McDONALD, McDONALD, McDONALD, McDONALD, McELDERRY, McELWEE, McENERY, McEWING, McFADDEN, JOHN F. BRYCE W. CHARLES A., JR. LARRY W. STURTEN L. BEVERLY K. HELEN L. CAROLYN D. EDITH M. BARBARA M. Sacramento Lafayette Albany San Francisco Oakland Oakland San Pedro Cheyenne, Wyo. Concord Petaluma Architecture Electrical Physics Zoology. General Curriculum Business Political Science Political Science English General Curriculum Association; Engineering (PHA; Honor ATA. Administration Oldenberg; Sr. AO; Red Cross; Stern; Prytanean; AZ; YWCA; Square AIA. ATA; Winged Students; NROTC. BrX; OXia. Council; Women ' s YWCA. Mortar Board; Dance Club. Helmet; Football. Counseling. Cal Club. McGAUGHEY, MCGRAVEN, McGAW, McGEORGE, McGRAW, McGUIRE, McHUGH, member a also was THOMPSON THOM CHUCK Champ Tumbling mbl Tu CHARLES G. BRUCE STEWART H. GENE MARY F. THOMAS B. JAMES J. NCAA of " C, " Circle " C, " and Phi Phi. Graduated in February this South Pasadena Balboa Stockton Santa Cruz Long Beach San Francisco Pittsburgh quiet EH has been doing graduate work in P. E. towards a gen- Biochemistry. English Petroleum International Psychology Business Accounting. eral secondary credential. Bowles; Daily Cal; Engineering. Relations Prospect Terrace; Administration Little Theater. Occident. Senior Council; X. Masonic Club. McINTOSH, McINTYRE, McINTYRE, McKAY, McKEAN, McKEEHAN, McKIMMINS, EDWARD D. ARTHUR B. JACK P. ROBERT M. DONALD MAURICE MARK, JR. Daly City Berkeley Oakland Berkeley Merced Santa Clara Berkeley Mathematics Public Health Civil Engineering Business Pre-Medical. Electrical General Curriculum Del Rey; Men ' s AX. ASCE. Administration Engineering. AN; Scabbard and Counseling. KA. Blade; Military Assn; Rugby. McKINLEY, McKINNEY, McKINSTRY, McKNIGHT, McLACHLAN, McLAREN, Ilik.LORIE, PHILLIP R. ROBERT C. HOWARD R. PAUL C. ELIZABETH E. LESLIE JOHN K. Los Angeles Berkeley Vallejo Piedmont San Francisco San Mateo Berkeley Mechanical Electrical Mechanical Business Decorative Art General Curriculum. Irtemational Engineering Engineering Engineering Administration MM; Ski Club; AM. Relations ASME. IRE. TB II; ASME; KA; Triune; BB; Panhellenic. Welfare Comm.; Sailing Club. Winged Helmet; Soph Vigilantes; Skull and Keys. Spanish Club. McMAHON, McMURRAN, McNEILL, McNICHOLAS, McNUTT, McPHERSON, McPHERSON, NAFTZGER, NAGANO, NAILLON, MORGAN E. MARGARET F. JAMES P., JR. EVERETT HELEN M. LOIS A. WILBUR F. HOWARD J. GEORGE K. PAULINE M. Oakland Oakland Carmel Oakland Berkeley Oakland Crockett Carmel Morro Bay Oakland Electrical General Curriculum Business History Social Welfare Social Welfare Industrial Civil Engineering Architecture. Industrial Engineering AA II; Elections Administration I 1. ' ,K. Women ' s Counseling; Pelican; Ski Management ZIP.; TB II; XE; Engineering HKN; AIEE; IRE. Bd.; Symphony BPI. YWCA; WAA. Club. OX. ASCE; USCA; ASME. Forum. Engineers Council. NAJI, NAJIMA, NAKAMURA, NASATIR, NAUGHTEN, NAY, NEBIKEN, NEESE, NEFF, NELSON, TAHA DALE H. NOBORU LEONARD D. ROBERT N. DANIEL L. BERNICE E. ETHEL M. BEN G., JR. DARRELL E. H ilia!), Oakland Reedley Pasadena Redwood City Pasadena Tule Lake Ukiah Alameda Salinas Agriculture. Agricultural Architecture. Political Science Zoology History General Curriculum. Physical Economics Accounting Education Economics XANI. MI Pre-Med Bowles. 0AX; Homecoming. Acacia; SAM; s ' Men Society; " C " ; " C " Mortar Board; Senior Council; Circle Wrestling; A. E. Counseling. Prytanean; Wom- Welfare Board; en ' s " V; WAA. FSB. Club. NELSON, NELSON, NELSON, DONALD P. DORIS E. EDWARD R. Hayward San Francisco Berkeley Transportation General Curriculum Chemistry. BrE; Men ' s Cheney; Tower Counseling. and Flame. NELSON, LYLE M. Fullerton NELSON, RICHARD Hanford NELSON, MARY L. Orange Grove NELSON, NELSON, NELSON, NELSON, EUGENE R. GLENN F. HAROLD T. LELAND C. Vallejo Oakland Walnut Creek Oakland Electrical Journalism Business General Curriculum Engineering Daily Cal, Sports Administration. Masonic Club; AIEE. Staff. Intramural. International General Electrical Relations Curriculum. Engineering Bowles; Winged IRE. Helmet; Football. NESTE, NEUTERMAN, NEVIN, NEWELL, NEWELL, NEWMAN, NEWMAN, NORMAN A. FRANK JOHN J. PATRICIA J. ROBERT J. MERRILL E. RICHARD W. Hemet Sacramento Oakland Chico Oakland Colusa Los Angeles Civil Engineering Electrical Business General Curriculum Communications Zoology Economics TB II; XE; Engineering. Administration Prospect Terrace; OE; AA ; Occi- OE; Big " C " ; Ball Tennis; Handball; ASCE. 13A5If; Newman Sr. Council; dent; Speech Arts; and Chain; Tennis, Newman Club. Club. Masonic Club. Sr. Council. Mgr.; Yacht Club. NEWMAN, NEWTON, NEWTON, NICHOLS, NICHOLS, NICHOLS, NICHOLS, SAMMIE T. CHARLES W. JULIAN J. DAVID L. GRAYDON E. PHOEBE R. SHERMAN E., JR. Long Beach Covina Berkeley Lodi Fresno San Francisco San Carlos Business Agriculture. Journalism Marketing Administration Civil Engineering Art Insurance WAX; Daily Cal, Honor Students; BOIT; Skull and 5., ' AE. DM; AE; Treble Glee Club. Sports Staff. SMA; SAM. Keys; Winged Clef; Pelican; Helmet; Triune; Radio Workshop. Big " C. " NICHOLSON, NICHOLSON, NICKLOS, NICOLSON, NIELSEN, NIELSEN, NIELSEN, DONALD F. RICHARD H. JAMES F. JOHN A. ANDREW CARL L. ERIC H. San Francisco Oakland Pasadena Berkeley Stockton Rochester, Minn. Oakland Economics. Electrical Forestry History Mechanical Electrical Marketing Engineering Abracadabra. MKA; Masonic Engineering Engineering SAO. TB II; HKN. Club. M II ; ASME; AIEE; IRE; USCA. Rifle Club. Dynamic in a subdued way is Cal ' s YWCA president, VIVIAN LEE. With her heart set on an M.A. in Public Health Education, Vivian plans on continuing her studying in post-graduate years. Women ' s Ex Committee, Mortar Board, and Pryt have also been included in her extracurricular activities. SEM NIELSEN, NILON, NILSON, NISHI, NISHIMOTO, NOBILE, NOGUCHI, NOYES, NOONAN, NORAGER, HELMER L. THOMAS M. ESTHER H. JEWEL M. MARY T. ARTHUR MORIAKI JACKSON M. CHARLES D. INGENS P. San Francisco San Francisco Pleasanton Albany Madera Belleville, N. J. San Francisco Riverside San Francisco San Francisco Physics. Political Science Economics Psychology. Nursing Bacteriology Business Accounting Medicine Production AT; Circle " C. " OM; Treble Clef. RN ' s on Campus. Administration. x4,E. Scabbard and Blade; Management. Tower and Flame. NORDEEN, NORRIS, NORTHRUP, NORTON, NOUAUX, NOYES, NUCK, NYBERG, NYUNT, OAKHOLT, ROLLIN A. NEIL J. OLIVER W. CRAIG R. JACQUES E. STANLEY T. HARRY N. JOHN E. PATRICK JOAN H. Turlock Avoca, Neb. Richmond San Marino San Francisco Napa Monterey Pasadena Rangoon, Los Angeles Electrical Electrical Civil Engineering Petroleum Accounting English Journalism Architecture. Burma History Engineering Engineering ASCE. Engineering AXE; BAT; X13. 4,E; 14.. Economics Xil; KA; Blue IRE. TB H; HKN; BO H; OT; Scabbard and International House. and Gold; Elections AIEE. AIME; Mineral Blade; Rifle Team. Board. Technology Assn. OAKLEY, OBAYASHI, OBIAS, OBERT, O ' BRIEN, OBUHOFF, O ' CONNOR, O ' CONNOR, ODA, ODLIN, JEANNE RICHARD S. MARIANO D. THOMAS W. ARNOLD W. OLEG N. EUGENE H. SHAILA H. JOHN M. HUGH V. Sacramento Berkeley Naga City, P. I. Santa Cruz Sacramento San Francisco Altadena Santa Barbara Watsonville Placerville Political Science Accounting. Medical Science. Industrial . Insurance Pre-Dental Chemical Political Science. Biochemistry. Chemistry Stern; Radio Engineering Mask and Dagger; Football; Rugby. Engineering AMP; Photography Workshop; Sym- ASME; SAM. Radio Workshop. Cloyne; AIChE; Club. phony Forum; Plymouth House. Red Cross. CARL GOLDSCHMIDT, who claims to be " confoundedly unim- O ' DONNELL, O ' DRAIN, OFFENBACH, OGATA, OGUCHI, OHM, OLIPHANT, pressive, " seems to have left quite an impression on the Cal ROBERT E. JOHN E. FRED G. DYE GRACE A. JAMES TED campus. Active in American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Phi San Francisco Richmond San Francisco Helena, Mont. Los Angeles Stockton Oakland Eta Sigma, and Student Welfare Board, Carl plans some day to Accounting. Economics Electrical Japan Group. Psychology Political Science Geography work in the field of civic planning. Engineering OAX; Quarter- Northgate; AMP; 1,1-.A; Skull and Scabbard and Blade; deck Society. TB H; HKN; Nisei Students Keys; Winged Military Assn. SEE; Engineer ' s Club. Helmet; Triune. Council. OLIVER, OLLIKKALA, OLMSTEAD, OLSEN, OLSON, OLSON, OLSON, RALPH L. ELMER E. JAMES L. JACK E. DORIS A. STANLEY R. WARREN E. Palo Alto Berkeley San Anselmo Oslo, Norway Napa Oakland Burlingame Foreign Trade. Electrical Physics Business Public Health Electrical Marketing Engineering TKE; Masonic Administration. AXO; Panile; Engineering Basketball. AIEE; SEE; Club. Blue and Gold; SEE. Yacht Club; Pelican. Motorcycle Club. OLSONSKI, O ' NEAL, ONG, ONG, ONG, GREY, ORME, BETTYE L. KENNETH R. HARRY T. MING Q. WALTER WALTER R. MARGARET M. Hallock, Minn. San Diego Oakland San Francisco Oakland Oakland St. Anthony, Id. Electrical Paleontology Electrical Engineering Mining. Electrical General Curriculum Journalism Tower and Flame; Engineering TB H ; HKN; Engineering MN; Newman Club; Epworth. Masonic Club. IX; IRE; Jazz Honor Students; II A II; Chinese Rugby. Workshop. IRE; CSC. Students Club. OWEN, OWENS, JOHN M. HOWARD G. Piedmont Sacramento Mechanical Marketing Engineering ROA; SAM. TB II; IIPE Honor Students; ASME; SAE. PALACIOS, PALLER, FERNANDO M. RUTH San Francisco Los Angeles Mechanical Social Welfare Engineering. Stebbins. PARONI, PARSONS, WALTER A. WILMER P. Berkeley Santa Rosa Mining Advertising Mineral Technology EN; AAE; Association. Daily Cal. ORR, ROBERT C. Long Beach Political Science AE4 ' ; Football; Rugby. OWINGS, BEATRICE A. Oakland Speech Treble Clef; College Women ' s Club Juniors. PANGLE, BILLIE V. El Centro Marketing. ORTH, PHILIP I. Oakland Statistics. PACE, DORIS C. Bell Political Science Colonial. PANKASKIE, PHILIP J. Selden, Kan. Physics OAX; UC Chorus. OSBORNE, DOLORES Morro Bay Anthropology A AX. PACKER, FLOYD M. San Francisco Accounting 4)M. PAPE, RUTH H. Lafayette Dramatic Art Hammer Dimmer; UC Theater; Sr. Council. OSBORNE, FRANCIS L. San Francisco Political Science AAA; II EA; Tower and Flame; Class Council. PADOVAN, VALENTINE F. Vancouver, B. C. Civil Engineering TB II; XE; Honor Students; ASCE; Newman Club. PARK, MANNING W., JR. Oakland Accounting 4)Ae; Skull and Keys; Rugby. OSBORNE, ROBERT N. Berkeley Chemistry EAE. PAGE, JAMES G. Selma Agricultural Economics Cloyne; YMCA. PARKER, WENDELL R. Oakland Mechanical Engineering TB TI; IITE. OSWALD, WILLIAM J. King City Civil Engineering ASCE. PARKINSON, WARREN Alameda General Curriculum KE. OUCH IDA, REIKO San Mateo General Curriculum Nisei Students Club. PATEE, ROBERT K. Peoria, Ill. Forestry Forestry Club; Architecture Assn.; Frosh Crew. OWENS, LEE E. Piedmont Business Administration Flying Club. PALOMO, GUILLERMO E. San Salvador Bacteriology. PATMONT, JEROME H. Berkeley Zoology Honor Students; Pre•Med Society; Water Polo. PAGE, PAGE, ROBERT A. ROBERT K. Weymouth, Mass. Riverside Criminology Electrical A4)0; Men ' s Engineering Counseling. HKN. PATTON, PATTON, MARIEANNE WALTER G. San Jose Grimes General Curriculum Agricultural AO; Drive Economics Comm. Council. Bachelordon. PEARCE, WILLIAM J. Atherton Business Administration Masonic Club. PEEK, FLEMING E., Broderick Civil Engineering XE; TB II; Honor Students; ASCE. PEARL, CHARLOTTE H. San Diego Social Welfare Sherman; Special Service Comm.; Welfare Board. PEET, MARJORIE Lafayette General KKr; Honor dents; NSA; Class Council. PAULY, PATRICIA A. La Canada Journalism Cheney; 8E4); WSSF; Women ' s Dorm Council; Red Cross. PECCHENINO, C. LEONHARDT Columbia Accounting II KA; BAT. PEET, VARENE E. Ventura English 4,M; Honor Students; Daily Cal; Elections Bd. PAUSCH, MAX Berkeley Electrical Engineering TB n ; HKN; Glee Club; Christian Science Club. PECK, WALLACE R. San Francisco Political Science Honor Students; Tower and Flame. PENA, ALFONSO R. Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering ASME. PAWEK, WILLIAM Oakland Physics 1)KE. PEDERSEN, DON E. Berkeley Process Engineering AXE. PENDERED, WILLIAM C., JR. Santa Ana Psychology Honor Students; Pre•Med Society. PAXTON, LUCILLE J. Los Angeles History H B4 ' ; Prytanean; Ace of Clubs; Women ' s Jud. Comm. PEDERSEN, DONALD E. Lafayette Retailing Glee Club. PENFIELD, ELEANOR Piedmont General Curriculum 11134); Rally Comm.; WSSF; Homecoming; Red Cross. PEABODY, DONALD Rodeo Mechanical Engineering Cal Engineer. PEDERSEN, JOYCE H. Montclair Decorative Art eT; AXA; Frosh Council; Homecoming. PENTHER, CARMEL A. Oakland General Curriculum 4)M; AXA; Welfare Board; Utrimque; Masonic Club. During his study at Cal KEN KOLB has kept many people ing through his activities as Pelican Editor. Best known perhaps for his whirlwind campaign for Rep-at-Large in 1944, Ken is an English major and hopes some day to write decent literature and to get rich. We don ' t doubt that he does! PEPPER, PEPPERDINE, PERATA, PERINO, PERKINS, PHILIP E. GEORGE JEAN A. ROSE M. CARROLL M. Ottumwa, Iowa Chicago, Ill. Alameda San Mateo Whittier PERKINS, PERRIN, JOHN E., JR. ALICE J. Baton Rogue, La. Berkeley PERRY, PERRY, PERRY, ALAN W. VIRGINIA J. WARREN W. Santa Barbara Mesa, Arizona San Francisco English Petroleum International Business Agricultural Chemistry Social Welfare Business Public Health. Zoology Canterbury Club. Engineering Relations Administration Economics AAA; YMCA. Tower and Flame; Administration. ATA; BB; Skull OT; Mineral APA; Pelican; Me; AMA; SAM; AZ. Blue and Gold; and Keys; IFC. Technology Assn. Frosh Council; WAA. WSSF; Ski Club. Newman Club. PETER, PETERS, PETERS, PETERSEN, PETERSON, PETERSON, PETERSON, PETRAY, PETTITT, PFOST, DOLORES E. CARL E. CLIFFORD L. THEODORE N. MARTHA A. RICHARD L. WESLEY W. CLAY C. KENNETH RALPH E. Sacramento San Francisco Oakland Planada Berkeley La Mesa Santa Rosa Oakland Berkeley Rio Linda Dietetics Medical Science. Electrical Political Science International Forestry Production Industrial English Agriculture North Gables; Home Engineering Relations Management. Management Occident. Senior Council; Ec Club; Newman AIEE; IRE; IES. KA; Panile; Z,11; BM. Senior Week. Club. Blue and Gold; UC Theater. PHILLIPS, PHILLIPS, PHILLIPS, PIA, PICKFORD, PIERCE, PIERCE, PIERCE, PIERSON, PIMENTEL, CARL EDGAR M., JR. THEODORE M. ROBERT J. ATHALEE M. JENNINGS D. MARION THOMAS W. ROLAND D., JR. RAUL Oakland Beverly Hills Rodeo Salinas San Jose North Hollywood Oakland Curriculum Long Beach South Pasadena Los Angeles General Bus iness Economics Chemical Political Science. Retailing Agricultural KA; Prytanean; Psychology Architecture German Administration ZBT. Engineering OT; Tower and Economics Blue and Gold, Psychology MAE; AIA. AMP; Symphony BI ' M; BAY ' . AIChE; Rambler Flame; Cal Eng.; D EE. Associate Editor; Society. Forum. Football; JV Ad Service Bureau. Panhellenic. Basketball. Besides being president of Circle " C, " DON REICHERT was the " power behind the Blue and Gold Sports section. " This energetic ATO was also a member of the Gym team, Athletic Council, Golden Bear, and TBPi, but was perhaps best known on campus as Pat ' s Twin and Joan ' s Brother. PINION, PISTER, BOBBY D. EDWIN P. Texarkana, Tex. Stockton Mathematics Wildlife Masonic Club. Conservation Bowles; Scabbard and Blade; Pho- tography Club. PLANK, PLANT, PLESSAS, PLOEGER, PLOTNIKOFF, DAVID W. MARSHALL P. GUS P. CAROLYN E. GEORGE P. Richmond Davis San Francisco Alameda San Francisco Mechanical General Curriculum Business Architecture Electrical Engineering MAE; " ' ; Frosh Administration. Cheney; AAP; Engineering ASME. Council; Home- Architecture SEE; IRE; FROG. coming. Assn. TORS POE, POGUE, POKORNY, POLANSKY, POLANSKY, POLDER, POLLER, W. EDWIN JAMES W. C., JR. CHARLOTTE A. ROBERT SOL JACOB OSCAR Berkeley Exeter San Francisco El Monte El Monte Whittier Tel-Aviv, lsr. Electrical Agricultural General Curriculum Chemical International Electrical Chemical Engineering Economics. KA; Pelican; Engineering Relations Engineering Engineering AIEE; IRE. Newman Club. AIChE; Students ' Ridge House; TB H; HEN; Cloyne; AIChE; Co-op Association. Honor Students; SEE. Hillel; IZFA. Dobro Slovo. POLLINO, POLONIECKI- PON, PON, PONTE, POPPE, POQUETTE, ACHILLE FIGOT, PAUL DELLA WING G. ALBERT G. FRED BEVERLY A. Pittsburg Mexico City, San Francisco Oakland New Bedford, San Francisco Oakland Mexico Electrical Mass. Mechanical History Electrical Biochemistry Child Development Engineering Engineering AE Ft; Honor MO n. TB H ; HKN; Physics Engineering. Pelican; Bowles; TB II; Students; Tower Chinese Students Honor Students. Orientations. HKN. and Flame. Club; CSCA. PORTER, PORTER, PORTER, P ORTER, POSTOVSKY, POTTER, POTTER, POTTER, PRAETZEL, PRASAD, DAVID B. DONALD T. GERALD PHILIP T. VALERIAN A. ALFRED C. DWIGHT H. EDWARD B. ROBERT P. MADHAVA San Francisco Berkeley El Segundo Berkeley Oakland Richmond Porterville Orinda San Quentin Pilibhit, India Business Business Chemistry Economics Industrial Accounting Criminology Psychology Criminology Chemical Administration Ad ministration AXE. ox. Relations. EAE; BEE; Honor AAE. Westminster House; KAP; AAE; Engineering. AKA; Friday TB II; Cal Eng., Students; Tower ISCC; Young Newman Club. Fling Comm. Manager. and Flame. People ' s Symphony. PRENTICE, PRENTISS, PRESCOTT, PRESS, PRESSLEY, PRICE, PRICE, PRINDLE, PRISBREY, PROCTOR, DON F. ANN V. JOHNSON T. BERNARD N. NORM JAMES E. JOHN L. ARTHUR W. WESLEY W. JOHN M. Oakland Berkeley Berkeley San Diego Salinas Fresno Battle Creek, Albany Whittier San Francisco Metallurgy. Art Medical Science Optometry Physical Education Economics Mich. ich. Wildlife Conservation Marketing Psychology KKI " ; Panile; K. H Optometry SPA; Skull and , Z ' Y; Skull and Social Welfare Tower and Flame; Cornell; Circle " C " ; Honor Students. Rally Comm; Association. Keys; Big " C " ; Keys; Winged Hel- ADA; NAACP. Music Club; Water Polo; YWCA. IFC; Track. met; Triune; Masonic Club; ming; Sailing. Football. Rally Comm. PROTHERO, PROUTY, PURCELL, PURCHASE, PURDOM, PYNCH, QUACKENBUSH, QUEIROLO, QUEMENT, QUICI ERT, ROBERT E. KENNETH B. THEODORE R. KENNETH C. PAUL W. DOLORES A. JOHN D. LOIS J. SHIRLEY M. MARVIN H. Modesto Geyserville Piedmont Oakland Millbrae San Francisco Medford, Ore. San Francisco San Jose Morgan Hill Retailing Industrial Botany Business Political Science General Curriculum Physics. Political Science Child Development. Medicine AEA; Crew. Management ZBT. Administration. XO; Honor Stu- Cal ifornian; AAA; Blue and WX; WBK; ' HE; KA; AWE. dents; Tower and Art Bureau. Gold; NSA; Pre-Med Society. • Flame; Daily Cal. Intramural. QUINN, OUITZOW, RAAD, RADEMAKER, RAGEN, RANDALL, RANSFORD, S BOYD N. DUREVAL GEORGE K. WARNER T. ROBERT A. STEWART D. JAMES P. Pryt vice-president is but one of sparkling GENIE RIORDAN ' S accomplishments. Rally Committee, Mortar Board, Athletic Re- Alameda Berkeley Jerusalem, Isr. Casper, Wyo. Oakland Santa Cruz Los Angeles ception Committee, and Torch and Shield make a formidable list of Foreign Trade Architecture. , Architecture Economics Electrical Economics Petroleum activities which also claimed her attention. Characterized by KE; Campus International House. ZW; Skull and Engineering VV. Engineering twinkling eyes and a big smile, we ' re sure this enthusiastic Chi Planning Comm.; Keys; Winged Hel- AIEE; Masonic XI; Mineral Omega will be successful wherever she goes. Class Council. met; Big " C " ; Club. Technology Assn. Triune; Track. RANSOHOFF, RANUIU, RATHJENS, RATKEVICH, BAUSCH, RAVEKES, RAY, ROBERT H. ROGER F. JEANNE W. ADAM E. ARTHUR L. AVONNE M. CLAIRE E. San Francisco San Francisco Berkeley Brooklyn, N. Y. Long Beach San Leandro Oakland Accounting Architecture Psychology Physics Chemistry. Political Science History. OKI . Architecture Psychology Cloyne. YWCA; Masonic Association. Society. Club. RAYFIELD, RAYMOND, RAYNER, RAYSOR, READ, READ, READ, GERALDINE WILLIAM D. ARNO A. MARGARET J. DON L. MARJORIE L. RAYMOND E. Alameda San Francisco San Francisco Ventura Monterey Berkeley Val lejo General Curriculum. Biochemistry. Finance Music English. Political Science Business Honor Students; PCB; AM; Class AO II; Blue and Administration. Tower and Flame; Council; Women ' s Gold; Pelican; Frosh Crew. Counseling. Class Council. RECTOR, ROBERT R. Grandview, Wash. Optometry Baseball; Football; QE,D. Intramural; Basketball. RECCA, JACK A. Modesto Food Technology AZ; Food Tech- nology Club. RECTOR, ROBERT H. Oakland Electrical Engineering REED, ROBERT S. San Mateo Landscape Design Flying Club. REESMAN, DAVID P. Fresno Agricultural Economics Agricultural Eco- nomics Club. REARDON, REASONER, ROBERT J. ROBERT W. Huntington Park Berkeley English. OAX; Tower and Flame; Gavel and Quill. REICH HOLD, RALPH E. Oakland Mechanical Engineering ASME; IFC; Men ' s Counseling; Campus Tours. REDER, REDFIELD, REDLINE, MARTIN C. ROBERT C. WILLARD R. New York, N. Y. Temple City Pasadena Biochemistry General Curriculum Business Daily Cal, Sports KA; Daily Cal; Administration Staff. Big " C " Guard; ADD; Sr. Council; Class Council. Men ' s Counseling; Card Sales. REI, RE!, RIECHARDT, JOHN L. WILLIAM T. ERVIN 0., JR. Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. Burlingame Political Science. Political Science Chemical EAE. Engineering AXE; Yacht Club. RENARD, MARY A. Stockton Retailing AA H; Mortar Bd.; Prytanean; Cal Club; Panile. REDUS, ROBERT B. Centralia, Ill. Transportation ADD. REICHERT, ERNEST D. Berkeley Mechanical Engineering ATE; TB II; II TX; Golden Bear; FCSH; Circle " C " ; Triune. REND, MARY JO St. Paul, Minn. Hispanic America DDB; AMP; Honor Students; Daily Cal; NSA. REDWINE, JOHN P. La Canada Anthropology Bowles. REICHERT, PATRICIA Berkeley Decorative Art ZTA; Pelican; Class Council. RENISON, FORREST R. Marysville Business Administration. REYNOLDS, JOHN 0. Berkeley Religion Calvin Club; Westminster House; UCF. RICE, WILLIAM D. Walnut Creek Civil Engineering. REN NOLDS, JEAN M. San Francisco English Epworth; AMP; Honor Students; Cercle Francais. REYNOLDS, PETE Covina Business Administration Football, Manager. RENTH, ELIZABETH J. Berkeley General Curriculum Stern; Tower and Flame; Occident. RHEA, WILLIAM A. Fresno Business Administration AXA; ,D,D; Rally Committee. REPP, GORDON W. Sacramento Physics International House; OBK; Honor Students; Tower and Flame. RIBERA, ALAN E. Fresno Political Science DE. RICHARDSON, FREDERICK M. San Diego Zoology. REYNOLDS, DONALD C. San Diego Optometry EEC; Optometry Association. RICE, JOHN W. Yuba City Political Science. RICHARDSON, WALTER J. Long Beach Architecture ATE. REYNOLDS, EUGENE E., JR. Richmond Business Administration Scabbard and Blade; N ROTC. RICE, RICHARD B. Los Angeles Civil Engineering White Manor; XE. RICHARDSON, WILLIAM K. Sacramento Agriculture REYNOLDS, LUCY M. Reedley Child Development Cheney; Honor Students. RICE, ROBERT K. Berkeley Zoology Glee Club, Jr. Manager. RICHMAN, RICHARD E. Rummey, N. H. Journalism MAX; Daily Cal, City Editor. RICH, RICHARDS, NEVILLE LAWRENCE P. San Francisco Honolulu, T. H. Accounting Zoology ZBT; Class TT. Council; Basketball; Crew. REEVES, DONALD U. San Diego Zoology. REGALA, ELFRIDA Manila, P. I. Political Science Peixotto; Filipino Students Club. REGRER, LLOYD W. Reed ley Chemistry Cal Band; SAACS. REID, ELEANOR A. Berkeley Political Science AZ; Prytanean; Daily Cal; Pelican; Class Council. REID, REINERO, RICHARD D. BARBARA A. Berkeley Berkeley Business Administration SPA; Track. REINSCH, REMINGTON, REMINGTON, DONALD A. KENNETH E. ROBERT Los Angeles Vallejo Stockton Civil Engineering. Personnel Electrical Administration Engineering OKI. AIEE; SEE. Political Science Cal Eng.; NSA; WSSF; Cercle Francais. Proverbial " man about campus " was TOM YOUNG. Well known to members of Men ' s Judicial, Crew, ABC, Golden Bear, and Rally Council and Committee, Tom ' s last official job was that of publicity chairman for Senior Week. An economics major, he must Architecture forego his business career for two years in the Marine Corps. RENNACKER, RICHARD L. Los Angeles ADD; ASB; Architecture Assn.; Symphony Foru m. RIDEOUT, RIDGE, GLADYS H. RUSSELL M. Oakland Merced French Wildlife Hammer Dimmer; Conservation Utrimque; UC Bachelordon. Theater. REIGER, JEAN Berkeley General Curriculum X52; Daily Cal; Pelican; YWCA; Orientations. REINECKER, FRED San Francisco Industrial Engineering Cloyne; TB II; ATE; ASME; Masonic Club. RIFFLE, MARION H. San Francisco Mechanical Engineering. RILEY, BETTY J. Walnut Creek Business Administration (DM; Daily Cal, Soph Mgr. RILEY, GEORGE E. Akron, Ohio Public Health Masonic Club. RILEY, PHYLLIS F. Alameda Public Health KO; Masonic Club. RINCI , YVONNE G. San Carlos Journalism. RINEHART, ROBERT F. Berkeley Economics KI; Skull and Keys. RINNERT, RIORDAN, HEINZ R. EUGENIA M. New York, N. Y. San Francisco Physics Decorative Art TB H. XCI; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Torch and Shield; Pelican. RIORDAN, RISTENPART, LE ROY E. ROBERT E. Watsonville Berkeley Political Science Business Student Government Administration Clinic; ASPA. AT; 4,,D. RIVERS, ROBBERS, LOIS JAMES A. Berkeley Oakland General Curriculum Chemical AOTI; Mortar Bd.; Engineering Prytanean; Blue AXE; AIChE. and Gold, Assoc. Ed. ROBERTS, ROBERTS, ROBERTS, JACK K. NIAN S. PAUL B., JR. Vaughnsville, Sacramento Santa Ana Ohio Civil Engineering Foreign Trade. Mechanical Engineering OAX; TB II; XE; A■DE. l ' AE; ASME; Glee Finance Chairman, Club; Senior Senior Class. Octette. RING, RICHARD N. Oakland Chemistry. ROBINSON, GORDON T. Sacramento Political Science. ROEDER, JOAN H. San Francisco Communications ADD; Class cil; FSB; Symphony Forum. ROLLER, HEIDI D. Los Angeles Journalism Cunningham; ODD; Prytanean; Daily Cal, Prod. Ed. ROOT, KENNETH H. Bakersfield Medicine AKK; Honor Students; Pre-Med Society. ROBINSON, VIRGINIA J. Placerville Home Economics Lantana; Pelican; Senior Council. ROEMER, GEORGE G. Los Angeles Banking Ski Club. ROMAINE, WILLIAM J. San Francisco Industrial Relations SAM; Ushering. ROSE, EDWIN A. Healdsburg Zoology Pre-Med Society; University Christian Fellowship. ROBINSON, ROBISON, ROCHE, WARD F. DORLEEN L. CLAYTON P. Modesto Santa Ynez San Diego Agriculture Journalism Business Administration AZ. 810; 81.1.. AMP; Honor Students; Scabbard and Blade. ROGERS, ROHAN, ROHLFING, MADELINE FRANCIS D. HAROLD L. San Francisco Oakland Martinez Social Welfare. Industrial Criminology Engineering AAE; Basketball. Ball and Chain. ROMBERG, ROMSTAD, ROOKER, CAROL L. HAAKON T. HAROLD W., JR. Placerville Bangdalen, Jerome, Ida. Psychology Norway Business AAX; AXA; Pre- Mechanical Administration. Med Society. Engineering. ROSE, ROSE, ROSE, HAROLD B. JACK NORMAN C. Los Angeles Malta, Mont. Hayward Electrical Geophysics Chemistry Engineering Bachelordon. Honor Students; AIEE; IRE. Tower and Flame; SAACS. ROCK, ROCKAH, RODGERS, JAMES W. LOUIS EILEEN A. Berkeley Tel-Aviv, Isr. Oakland Business Architecture General Curriculum Administration Cloyne; Architec- Utrimque; Newman DAO. tare Association; Hillel. A truly wonderful person, JEAN SCHMITZ was well liked by every- one who met her. While in school she was first chairman of Wom- en ' s Counseling and then of Orientations Council and a member of Pryt. After graduation she has two major plans—one, to come a successful interior decorator and two, to turn an engage- ment into a marriage. ROBERTS, RUSSELL H. San Francisco Personnel Administration AAE; SAM; AMA; Masonic Club. ROBERTSON, EDNA J. Oakland Social Welfare. I RODRIGUEZ, RODRIGUEZ, SALVADOR SERGIO F. Wilmington Civil Engineering ASCE; Newman Club. ROHLFING, ROH RBACH, SHIRLEY J. RICHARD H. Martinez Piedmont Decorative Art AXA; College Women ' s Club Jr.; WAA. Guadalajara, Mexico Industrial Engineering. ROOS, JACQUES C. San Francisco Economics Ball and Chain; Senior Council; Basketball, Mgr. ROOT, IRVING Bakersfield Medicine AKK; Honor Students; Pre-Med Society. ROSE, ROSE, ROSEN, ROSEN, ROSEN, ROSENBLUM, ROSENTHAL, ROSKAMP, ROSS, ROSSAS, SEYMOUR M. WILLIE M. ESTHER FLORENCE L. ROBERT IRWIN F. MARY LOU BARBARA L. IRVING JAMES A. San Francisco Richmond Brooklyn, N. Y. Los Angeles Los Angeles North Hollywood Los Angeles Atherton Pasadena Walnut Creek Political Science English Economics Psychology Mechanical Mechanical Anthropology General Curriculum. Electrical Mathematics. YAM; Men ' s Tower and Flame; USCA; NSA; Folk Psychology Society. Engineering. Engineering. AO H ; Stephens Engineering. Judicial Comm.; Honor Students. Dance Club. Union Comm. Class Council; Sr. Peace Comm. ROSSEL, ROSSI, ROTHENBERG, ROTHMAN, ROTTICCI, ROURKE, ROUSE, ROUSHDI, ROWE, ROWELL, MARYELLEN ALEXANDER EMIL J. BARBARA R. HENRY J. JAMES G. ROBERT E. ADLI FRANK A. CHESTER S. Modesto Santa Barbara San Francisco Los Angeles Modesto Long Beach Hayward Cairo, Egypt San Francisco San Francisco Business General Curriculum. Industrial Zoology Political Science Electrical Political Science. Administration General Curriculum Insurance History Engineering ZBT; Symphony ASE; Senior Engineering OX;Skull and I IF; Gymnastic IX; Men ' s Coun- ADD; Scabbard TB II. Forum; Men ' s Council. MKT; SEE; Keys; Golden Bear; Club. seling; Daily Cal; and Blade. Counseling . Newman Club. Daily Cal, Sports Sr. Council. Editor. ROWELL, ROWELL, ROZELLE, ROZYNKO, RUBALCAVA, RUBEL, RUBIDGE, RUBIN, RUBIN, RUBIN, HELEN E. MONTE H. L ELAND K. VITALI Y. HECTOR JAMES L., JR. MAUREEN F. HAROLD P. HOWARD G. RENEE Berkeley Richmond Paramount San Francisco Burbank Newport Beach Glendale Oakland New York, N. Y. Beverly Hills English Chemistry. Agricultural Psychology Chemistry General Curriculum Psychology Metallurgy Accounting Criminology ZTA; Elections Economics I H. AXE; Newman AKA. Epworth; Canter- ZBT. BPI; BAT; Criminology Society; Bd.; Daily Cal; In. Club. bury Club. Yacht Club; Varsity AAE; Intramural. Senior Council. Sailing Club. RUDERMAN, RUDOLF, RUFFNER, RUISINGER, RULOFF, RUSH, RUSS, Honor Society girl, JEANNIE LONN, amused members of Mortar BERTRAM ETHEL D. ALBERT B. MARGUERITE M. CHARLES A. HOMER P., JR. WILBUR J. Board, Pryt, and Torch and Shield with her jokes and antics. Oakland Milwaukee, Wis. Oakland Alameda New York, N. Y. Portland, Ore. Berkeley Good-natured Jeannie has been missed in the B G office since she left its confusion to wield the gavel at Mortar Board meetings. Economics General Curriculum Zoology. Chemistry Economics Geography. Pre-Legai, Future ambitions include travel to a far-away place—say Sweden. Intramural. Colonial. INI,B. Public Relations Council, Chmn.; Daily Cal; SAM. RUSSELL, RUSSELL, RUSSELL, RUTLEDGE, RYLAND, RYLAND, RYSDORP, DAVID J. EDWARD B. JOHN S. DAVID S. ELIZABETH E. MERLE E, JOHN H. San Diego Chicago, Ill. San Francisco Berkeley Carmel Napa New York, N. Y. Accounting. Electrical General Curriculum Electrical Decorative Art Electrical Business Engineering IN; AAE; Engineering ZTA; Treble Clef, Engineering Administration HKN; ASEE. Rugby. AXA; SEE; AIEE. Soph Mgr.; Senior AIEE; IRE; Ama- ATA. Council. teur Radio Club. SAARIO, SACHI, SACKETT, SADOIAN, SAEGEBARTH, SAGEHORN, SAHLEIN, BERTHA I. MASOKA H. CLARENCE H., JR. HARRY G. KLAUS A. DAVID L. HENRY D. Berkeley San Leandro Ukiah Orosi Berkeley Ukiah Burlingame Psychology Political Science Zoology. Optometry Chemistry Civil Engineering. Economics. YWCA; Psychology Varsity Debate. OE D. H KA; ,14. ASCE; Masonic Society; Masonic Club. Club. SAIF, SAKAMOTO, SALDAL, SALMANOVITZ, SAMPLE, SAMSON, SAMUEL, SAMUELSEN, SANCHEZ, SANDELL, QADIR J. CALVIN K. JAMES B. SEYMOUR JOAN F. DAVID W. FLORENCE NORMA APOLINAR G. ALBERT R. Qalat Saleh, Iraq Loomis Berkeley Detroit, Mich. Sausalito McArthur Los Angeles Oakland Aurora, P. I. San Francisco Civil Engineering Marketing Criminology Psychology International Industrial Political Science Art History Industrial International House; Marketing Club. AAE. International House; Relations Engineering Honor Students. AE; Daily Cal, Art Tennis; Fencing. Engineering Hiking Club; Folk Honor Students; ABA, ASME; SAM. Staff; Rally Comm.; XtD; ASME. Dance Club. DE . Cal Engineer. SANDS, SANEMATSU, SANFORD, SANFORD, SAN SEBASTIAN, SANSON, SANTUCCI, SANUI, SAPIRO, SAPPER, HARRY E. HENRY S. EDWARD T. LESTER F. JAMES THOMAS A. ARGENE E. HISASHI LELAND GERALD H. Auburn Riverside San Rafael Bakersfield Fresno Newport Beach Modesto Sacramento Los Angeles Oakland Transportation Mechanical Industrial Mechanical Civil Engineering Civil Engineering. Italian Chemistry Mathematics Political Science. ATSI; tilt. Engineering. Engineering Engineering KAP. Honor Students; Tower and Flame; Honor Students; X4 ' ; TB II; Wrestling; Judo. Circolo Italian°. Pre-Med Society. Circle " C " ; Masonic II TX; ASME; Club; Boxing. Honor Students. SAPPER, SARCANDER, SASSENRATH, SATTERFIELD, SAVETNICK, SAXBY, SAZAMA, SCALLON, SCHAMBER, SCHANTZ, MILDRED M. ROBERT JULIUS M. KARL E. TED SALLY FRANK J. GARTH L. ARNOLD R. JEAN Richmond San Francisco Santa Rosa Hollywood Los Angeles Oaklan.1 Washington, D. C. Berkeley Stockton Pittsburg General Curriculum. Decorative Art History. Business Advertising Political Science Business Accounting Civil Decorative Art AXA. Administration Daily Cal, Mgr. II B4 ' ; IIMA; Administration. BAW; BPI; Epworth; AXA; II KA; Sr. Council; Pelican; NSA; Honor Students; Pally Comm. Men ' s Counseling. Secretariat; Home- Scabbard and Blade. coming. SCHARPF, SCHEELE, SCHERER, SCHEUERMAN, SCHIEVE, SCHIMANDLE, SCHLICHER, Enthusiasm plus characterized MARY RENARD, who always SHIRLEY A. WESLEY W. BERNICE M. MILTON S. NORMAN WILLIAM J. PAULINE H. aged to be knitting while carrying on her many other activities. Oakland Los Angeles Oakland Portland, Ore. San Francisco Taft San Francisco Major interests were Rally Committee, Women ' s Ex Board, Mortar " Veep " of the Physical and Pryt—not to forget her position as ion Mechanical Criminology Criminology Electrical Mechanical Speech senior class. This attractive AD II plans to follow up her business NIT; Prytanean; Engineering Pelican ' Senior AAE. Engineering. Engineering tI)M; Speech Arts. administration major and go into advertising. Phrateres; Women ' s ASME. Council; Masonic ASME; Newman Counseling. Club. Club. SCHMALEN• SCHMIDT, SCHMITZ, SCHNAUSS, SCHNEIDER, SCHNEIDER, SCHNEREGER, BERGER, HERB A. ROBERT L. JEAN W. EDWIN R. HENRY A. LAVENA J. BENJAMIN E., JR. Albany Oakland Coeur d ' Alene, Sacramento Burlingame Santa Ana Santa Cruz Physical Education Accounting. Idaho Physics. Civil Engineering Art Pharmacy " C " ; Skull and Decorative Art XE; ASCE; Utrimque; ,PAX; PX. Keys; Athletic Prytanean; Orienta- Glee Club. UNESCO; Hiking Council. tions; Women ' s Club. Counseling. SCHNORMACHER, SCHOCK, SCHOEFFLER, SCHOMACKER, SCHOONOVER, SCHREIBER, SCHREITER, ERIC P. SHIRLEY E. WILLIAM R. ALBERT J. WARREN E. HOMER A. GEORGE C. Piedmont Lodi Sacramento San Francisco Berkeley Mentone Chico Political Science AX4 ' ; Daily Cal; Spanish Real Estate, Optometry Accounting Psychology Architecture Ball and Chain; Cheney; Spanish OM; Optometry 4,1.1K; BAT; Psychology Society; Del Rey; Irl ; Circle " C " ; Class Club. Association. Gavel and Quill; Writers Conference. Council. Class Council. Association. SCHROEDER, SCHROETER, SCHULMAN, SCHULTZ, SCHULTZ, SCHUMACHER, SCHUSTER, SCHWARTNER, SCHWARTZ, SCHWARTZ, DONALD D. JOHN D. SEYMOUR ERIC R. GLORIA J. DONALD 0. TERRY M. WILLIAM A. EDWARD I. IRWIN L. Visalia Bakersfield Hollywood Middletown, Oakland San Francisco Wenatchee, Wasco New York, N. Y. Los Angeles English Petroleum Geology. Hospital Conn. French Industrial Relations Wash. Agricultural Industrial Process Psychology Society. Administration Physical Education AMP; PA. MN; Winged Hel- Journalism. Economics. Management Engineering. AE H; Student IN; Big " C " ; met; Triune; Big Folk Dance Club; Health Council. Football. " C " ; Scabbard Chess Club; Ski and Blade. Club. SCHWARTZ, SCHWARTZ, SCOTT, SCOTT, SCOTT, SCOTT, SCOTT, SCRANTON, SEAMAN, SEAMOUNT, JOSEPH D. SIMEON A. JANICE E. JERRY L. LLOYD F. STANLEY H. WALTER C., JR. DONALD J. CAROLYN L. DANIEL T. Sacramento Los Angeles San Francisco Long Beach Prescott, Ariz. Santa Cruz Oakland San Francisco Berkeley Fort Bragg Marketing Civil Engineering. Business Personnel Psychology Accounting Industrial Economics Social Welfare Forestry Administration Administration MX; Honor Stu- Honor Students; Engineering 13EK. YWCA; Masonic XDI,; Big " C " ; Xi2; n AE BO H; Triune; dents; Pre-Med Symphony Orchestra ASME; YMCA. Club; WAA. Circle " C " ; Prytanean; Intra- Big " C " ; Winged Society; Frosh UC Chorus. Newman Club. mural Board. Selmet; Skull and Council. Keys. SECOR, SEGHIERI, SELLMAN, SELTEN, SEVERIN, SEVERS, SEWELL, SEWELL, SEYMOUR, SEYRANIAN, ELIZABETH A. GLORIA Y. GEORGE W. VIRGINIA R. DONALD F. CLARADENE MELBA J. ROBERT LEWIS W., JR. ALBERT R. San Francisco San Francisco Colusa Los Angeles Yreka Oakland Beaumont Taft Hanford San Francisco History. Home Economics English. General Curriculum Economics Social Welfare Psychology Physics Industrial Architecture. Home Economics AE I); YWCA; E.13; VD; Ex WAA; YWCA; Worn- AAX; Women ' s A. Management Club; Food Community Service. Committee. en ' s Counseling. Counseling. AAM. Technology Club. SEYWALD, SHADE, SHAFER, SHAFER, SHAHAN, SHAMSKY, SHANE, Musical is the word for DON LYNCH. Senior manager of Band, a ELIZABETH H. ROSS S. HARRIET R. KAY T. ONNIG BURTON WILLIAM W. member of Music Council and Baton Honor Society, he also plays San Francisco Los Angeles San Francisco Palo Alto Glendale Los Angeles Mt. Hamilton the piano in his spare time. Don claims to be the only AKL who English Accounting History Social Welfare Electrical Optometry Astronomy. doesn ' t play bridge, and we can readily see why, since ACB and Rally Council are added to his musical activities. Stebbins; AMP. EH. . Colonial; 1KA; Panile; Class Engineering 0E4 ' ; Scabbard Women ' s Counsel Mg. ' Rally Artl; APM. and Blade; Op- Committee. tometry Assn, SHANNON, SHANNON, SHAPIRO, SHAPIRO, SHARMAN, SHARP, SHATTUCK, DONALD S. SHIRLEY M. EVERETT H. NORMAN M. DONALD B. PAUL F., JR. BENJAMIN H. Berkeley San Francisco Santa Rosa Merced San Francisco Industrial Ithaca, N. Y. Pasadena In Business Electrical History Economics Zoology Engineering Business Administration Engineering Education Club; TI Masonic AMP; Honor AXA; Tower and Administration. AKE; Skull and AIEE. WAA; Women ' s Club; " Axe. " Students; Pre- Flame; ASME; Keys; BB; Scab- Counseling. Med Society. Rally Comm.; Jr. bard and Blade; Council. Rugby. SHAW, SHAW, SHAW, SHAW, SHEAR, SHEARER, SHEERIN, CHARLES M. JAMES B. KATHRYN A. WILLIAM C. HERBERT J., JR. EMMETT A. DONALD J. Pasadena Niland Pasadena San Francisco Santa Monica Oakland San Francisco rricu Cu General Ge Chemistry Chemical INDB; Blue andlum Political Science Electrical Mechanical Political Science. OKT. Engineering Gold; Women ' s XO; Triune; Engineering Engineering. AIChE. " C " ; NSA; Track. HKN; TB H. Elections Board. SHEMANO, IRVING San Francisco Physiology KN. SHEPARD, LAIRD L. Puyallup, Wash. Mechanical Engineering AXA. SHEPARD, SHEPARD, RUTH M. LEO F. San Francisco San Francisco History Psychology A PA; Pelican; Rifle Club. Radio Workshop. SHEPHERD, TOM W. Stockton Mechanical Engineering ATA; TB II; ATE. SHIMMIN, SHINN, JOHN T., JR. EUGENE B. Los Angeles Hayward Process Psychology Metallurgy Abracadabra. Mineral Technology Assn. SHINN, WILLIAM E. Oakland Medical Science NEM; UC Flying Club and Team. SHOENBERGER, SHISHINO, DONALD L. TAKAO Santa Paula Los Angeles Petroleum Optometry Engineering QED; Optometry Engineers Council; Assn. Mineral nology Assn. SHOGREN, SHORR, SHORT, SHORT, SHULL, SIBBETT, SIBBETT, SICHEL, SICULAR, SIDEMAN, ROBERT E. FRED OLIVE V. WILLIAM F. ROSEMARY L. ELEANOR G. WILLIAM R. DON L. ROBERT H. BERNARD E. Yuba City Bronx, N. Y. Lincoln, Neb. Long Beach Los Angeles Berkeley Berkeley Lafayette Berkeley Oakland English Optometry General Industrial General Curriculum Decorative Art Electrical Pre-Legal Communications Transportation BET; Folk and Optometry Assn. Curriculum Engineering. Prytanean; Blue AP; AXA; Soph. Engineering. EAM. Tower Flame. Varsity Volleyball. Square Dance Richards. and Gold, Sports Council; Women ' s SPA; AIEE; Club. Ed.; Elections Orientations. Class Council. Board. SIEGEL, SIEGRIST, SIEROTY, SILLIMAN, SILVERMAN, SILVERSTEIN, SIMINOFF, SIMKINS, SIMKINS, SIMMONS, ARTHUR CAROL H. STUART LURA B. EDWARD JERROLD A. IRVING P. JEANNE M. WILLIAM A. HAROLD C. Port of Spain, Monrovia San Francisco Centralia, Mo. San Francisco San Francisco Berkeley San Mateo El Segundo Business Santa Monica B. W. Retailing Accounting Business Accounting Industrial General Administration Biochemistry Communication America Ball and Chain; OX(3. Administration. BFE; BAT; Engineering Curriculum Be II; BB; Glee Club. SAM; Men ' s Colonial. Senior Council; Big " C " ; ASME. KAB. Skull and Keys; Counseling; Ski Homecoming. Baseball. Golden Bear; Club; Yacht Club. Circle " C. " SIMONS, SIMPSON, SIMPSON, SINELNIKOFF, SINGER, SINGLAR, SINGLE, PAUL E. JOHN W. ROBERT P. SAMUEL BARBARA D. JOSEPH J. CHARLES A. Oakland Oakland Rosemead San Francisco Los Angeles North Hollywood San Francisco Zoology Personnel Agricultural Optometry English Civil Engineering Foreign Trade El ' fl; CSTA. Management. Economics KN; SIEW; Cunningham. ASCE. Durant Place. AZ; Honor Optometry Assn. Students. SINNOCK, SIPPEL, SISSON, SIVLEY, SIWAKOWSKI, SKAGGS, SKARSTEN, GEORGE B. KENNETH F. ROBERT L. JOAN A. JOHN S. ELINOR R. NORMAN E. Oakland Long Beach Glendale Colusa Philadelphia, Pa. Santa Ana San Francisco Business Political Science. Entomology English. International History. Accounting Administration ?Z; Entomology Relations AXA; BAT; EX. Club. AMT. Honor Students. SKAUG, SKEELS, SKEEN, SKILLEN, SKINNER, SLACK, SLANKER, GERALD C. ROBERT H. SAMUEL A., JR. RALPH G. JACK DANA S. GENE M. Oakland Auburn Riverside Pasadena San Bernardino San Francisco Hermosa Beach Mechanical Pre-Medical Mechanical Zoology Civil Engineering Zoology Botany Engineering Abracadabra; Engineering. WT. AEC ASCE. Pre-Med Society. ZTA; Pelican; ASME. IFC; Ski Team; Symphony Forum Ski Club; Elections Board. Flying Club. 5E11 Gay LUCILLE PAXTON is known by Pi Phi sisters as being ready for anything at any time. " Luce " has carried this pep into her many activities—Pryt, Torch and Shield, Rally Committee, and Women ' s Judicial. Graduation will be a great day for this lass, for she plans to leave for Hawaii soon after. SLATE, SLATER, SLAVEN, SLIFF, SLOAN, SLOAN, SMALL, SMALL, SMART, SMART, ROBERT D. MARY L. THOMAS L. HARRY T. HOWARD W. JACK H. FRANCK C., JR. MARGARET E. CLAUDE H., JR. ELLIOTT A. Tucson, Ariz. Berkeley Berkeley Long Beach Alameda South Gate Berkeley El Centro San Jose Murphys Economics. Decorative Art Geophysics Industrial Zoology. Process Mechanical Public Health Political Science. Zoology. AZ; AXA; Bachelordon Engineering Engineering Engineering RN ' s on Campus. Newman Club. 4 " 1. ASME. II IC I,; Circle " C " ; ASME. ASME; AIChE; Sailing Team. SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, CECIL N. CRAIG A. DONALD E. DONALD S. EUGENE M. FRANKLIN C. FRANKLIN J. GLADYS M. HOWARD L. JOAN M. Hopkinsville, Ky. Los Angeles Piedmont Antioch Santa Ana Oakland Glendale El Segundo Long Beach Sacramento Electrical Zoology. Social Welfare. Mechanical Agricultural Retailing Physics Wildlife Psychology General Engineering Engineering Economics. TKE; Winged APO; Honor Conservation. ADP. Curriculum AIEE; IRE. II B II; II TM; Helmet; Masonic Students. KA; Cal Eng.; ASME; Engineers Club. Symphony Forum; Council. WSSF. SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITHSON, JOHN D. KATHERINE M. LEMUEL D. PHYLLIS G. RICHARD H. ROBERT W. VICTOR P. WILLIAM S. WILLIAM N. WINFIELD T. Loomis Santa Cruz Oakland Holtville Bakersfield Kelseyville Los Gatos Belleville Los Angeles Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Mechanical Criminology Physiology Lab Technician. Mathematics. Industrial Mechanical Economics Chemistry. Marketing. Engineering FOB. Masonic Club; ., Engineering Engineering. Honor Students. ASME. Pre-Med Society; Abracadabra; Intramural. ASME; Engineers Council. SNAPP, SNOOK, SNYDER, SNYDER, SO, SODE, SOELLE, " Five foot two—eyes of blue " MARIEANN GILLIGAN put the WALLACE L. JOAN A. PATRICIA J. WILMA E. JAMES G. BETTYE VIRGINIA C. stature she lacked into the things she did. A teacher since she Modesto Berkeley Oakland Fullerton San Francisco San Bruno New Rochelle, graduated in February, this Delta Zeta is bound to be a good N. Y. one. Her record at Cal was outstanding, and included such activi- Mechanical General General General Lab Technician English ties as Daily Cal, promotional manager; Mortar Board, and Pryt. Engineering. Curriculum. Curriculum Curriculum Chinese Students AA II; Honor Political Science IT KA. AI ' . AAA; Blue and Ritter. Club. Students; Phrateres. Gold; Pelican; Occident; Secretariat. Panhellenic. SOHLIN, SOKOLSKI, SOMERTON, SOMLO, SOMMER, SORG, SOSNICK, DONNELLY A. RENEE T. MELVIN D. EVA M. SUSANNE M. RALPH M. STEPHEN H. San Diego Berkeley Los Angeles Mexico City San Francisco Oakland San Francisco Accounting Social Welfare Petroleum Mex. English Business Economics A ' E; UC Chorus; AMP; Honor Engineering Decorative Art AAA; Treble Administration. ZBT; OBK; Men ' s Counseling; Students; Radio Bachelordon; Cal ifornian; Clef; Orchesis. OHM; Honor Class Council. Workshop; UC eT; AIME; Min- AXA; WAA. Students; Varsity Chorus. eral Tech. Assn. Debate. SOUDER, SOULE, SPARKS, SPAULDING, SPEARS, SPECTOR, SPENCER, SUZANNE W. NANCY P. CARTER E. WALLACE H., JR. BEVERLY A. ARNOLD RAYMOND Burlingame Orinda Roseville Seattle, Wash. Walnut Creek Teaneck, N. J. Los Angeles General International Philosophy Curriculum Architecture. Relations General Retailing Forestry Cheney. AO; Prytanean; AAA; II IA; Curriculum. EAM; IFC; Forestry Club; Drives Council; OHM; Honor Marketing Club. Cal Band. FSB. Students. STANKIS, STAHL, GLENN A. JACK W. Compton San Jose , Chemical Business Engineering. Administration ' EKE; STAINFIELD, STANFORD, STANG, JOAN 1. WILLIAM G. PAUL R. Pasadena Redding San Francisco Personnel Criminology Electrical Administration AAE. Engineering. A011; MO; Women ' s Counseling. STANDLEY, STANLEY, STANSFIELD, STANTON, STARKSEN, SHIRLEY A. LILLIE ROGER A. GAIL H. WILLIAM B. Berkeley Santa Ana Berkeley Berkeley Santa Maria Journalism Political Science Business Civil Engineering Mechanical ZTA; 021D; Epworth; Tower Administration ASCE. Engineering Daily Cal; and Flame. TICE; Winged AT52; 441E; Ushering. Helmet. TB II; II TE; ASME. SPEYER, DOROTHY A. San Francisco History E pworth. SPICER, SPIRZ, SPITZER, WILLIAM E. BARBARA A. JOSEPH C. San Diego San Francisco San Bernardino Mechanical Personnel Economics. Engineering Management AA ' E; Circle " C " ; (MO. Water Polo. SPOONER, ANDREW H. Watsonville Political Science ASPA; Student Government Clinic. STACK, GERALD C. Fullerton Electrical Engineering TB HKN; APE; AIEE; IRE; Honor Students. STADE, RICHARD E. Santa Cruz Electrical Engineering AIEE. STADTMAN, STAFFORD, STAGNARO, VERNE A. HOWARD L. FRANK J. San Bernardino Benicia Oakland Journalism General Transportation EAX; Daily Cal, Curriculum. OX. Managing Editor. 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STODICI , STOKE, GERALDINE A. H. RANDALL Lotus Riverside Decorative Art Business KA; Blue and Administration Gold; Women ' s AA ' E; Winged Counseling; Helmet; Honor Elections Board. Students. The brains and beauty behind Women ' s Athletic Association was ETHEL NEESE. A petite and dainty girl who seems little like a P.E. major. Her ever-present smile and twinkling eyes made her many friends in Pryt as well as WAA during college years. After graduation, teaching and travel are her two objectives. STOKES, STOLL, JENNINGS B., JR. ANNE L. Oakland Oakland Business Economics Administration. AO IT. STOLLAR, STONE, STONE, STONE, JERRY EDNA M. HAROLD A. WILLARD E. Berkeley Oakland San Francisco Richmond Optometry General Accounting Physiology 0E4i; Honor Curriculum 4,1011. 1 ' 4,, Tower and Students; Optom- Radio Workshop; Flame; Student etry Assn. Labor Council; Health Comm., YWCA. Chairman. STONEX, STOVER, GLENN DON E. Muskegon, Mich. Sacramento Architecture. Architecture. 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TYLER R. GRANT G. Berkeley Stockton Alameda Bacchus, Utah Oakland Oakland Berkeley Sacramento Merced Playa del Rey Agricultural Agricu Chemistry Political Science Engineering. Chemical Electrical Home Economics Business Economics EconomicsChemistry AXE. Industrial Rela- Engineering Engineering AMP; Life Guard Administration Acacia; Blue and Agricultural Cloyne. tions Research MKT; AIChE; SEE; IRE; Radio Corps. AKA; Circle " C " ; Gold; Public Economics Club; Assn. Men ' s Counseling. Club; Yacht Club. Varsity Volleyball. Relations Bureau. Intramural Tennis. SULLIVAN, , LLIVAN SU , R H SU , EN SU , SUELTZ SU, SU , RTEVANT STU Coming to Cal as a junior transfer from Montana State University, BARBARA A. LOUISE Y. ART ALFRED M. SALLIE LEE T. NELL D. GENE KRAMER made the editorship of the Daily Cal during fall ' 49 the outstanding achievement of his stay at Berkeley. An Berkeley Shanghai, China Benk San Francisco Piedmont Santa Rosa San Francisco inveterate joiner, he also swelled the ranks of Cal Club and Sigma Physical Jcurnalism Religion Business English Criminology English. Delta Chi, the journalistic fraternity. Graduated last January, he Education ODD; Women Crew; Big " C. " Administration PiDB. ex. now works for AP in San Francisco. Prytanean; WAA; in Journalism. SAM; Chinese Women ' s " C. " Students Club; CSCA; Ski Club. SULLIVANT, SUMMERS, SUMMY, SUMNER, SURTEES, SUTA, SUTHERLAND, RICHARD FRANK G., JR. ERROL G. ROBERT B. LYLL S. JOSEPH ROBERT L. San Diego Ontario Sutter San Mateo Martinez Aurora, Ill. Alameda Pre-Medical. Accounting Spanish General Chemical Political Science Industrial MKT; BAT; ADD; Cal Band; Curriculum Engineering KAP; Glee Club; Management Rally Comm.; Spanish Club. KA; 4,4,, Scab- Bowles; AIChE; Student Relations; KAP; Men ' s Class Council. bard and Blade; Yacht Club. Homecoming; Counseling. VRC; Crew. ' Axe. " SUTTON, SWEDENBORG, SWEELEY, SWEENEY, SWEENEY, SWEET, SWEETMAN, DONALD D. SAMUEL W. .1OHN P. RUSSELL W. WILMONT WALTER B. ROBERT G. Bakersfield Orovi I le Sonora San Francisco Berkeley Arcata Sacramento Bacteriology General Forestry Statistics. Political Science Civil Engineering General Pre-Med Society; Curriculum Del Rey; Forestry AAA. ASCE. Curriculum Life Sciences AAA. Club; Varsity Swimming Team. Council. Rowing Club. SWETT, SWIFT, HOLLIS A. DAVID W. Oakland Alameda Business Psychology Administration. Ball and Chain; Fencing Team; Masonic Club. SWIFT, JOHN W. Berkeley General Curriculum TN; SHE; TIME; AME; AXE. SYBRIAN, DORIS Berkeley Social Welfare Utrimque; Newman Club. TABB, TAKAHASHI, TAKEL, TAKEUCHI, STANFORD HIDETASHI ROBERT H. FRANK K. Los Angeles Oakland Honolulu, T. H. Berkeley Business Food Business Foreign Trade. Administration. Technology. Administration. TALBOT, TALBOT, DONALD L. HARRY J. Seattle, Wash. Alameda General Curriculum Electrical TKE. Engineering. TANAKA, TANAKA, TANAKA, TANAKA, TANG, TANNER, TARBOX, TARKAN, TAST, TAYLOR, BOB M. GEORGE J. RICHARD I. TAKUJI THEODORA BEVERLY ROBERT E. YUSUE N. GLEN 0. ALBERT M. Sacramento Sacramento Richmond West Los Angeles Berkeley Hollywood Miles City, Mont. Siva, Turkey Berkeley Sacramento Electrical Architecture Electrical Engineering Pharmacy Child Development General Economics. Civil Engineering. Mechanical Economics Architecture Engineering. TB IT; HKN; Buena Vista. TO II; ON; Curriculum Engineering. WT. Association. (1,11E; Honor Tower and Flame; Peixotto; AXA; Students; Men ' s Chinese Students Assembly Dance Counseling. Club. Comm. TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, TCHABANOGLOUS, TEAGUE, TEARNEN, TEGGE, JAMES M. JOHN B. JOHN C. MARIAN LEE STANLEY C. WILLIAM E., JR. MARIE V. WINSTON E. JOHN 0. RAYMOND Berkeley San Francisco China Lake San Anselmo San Francisco Vallejo Patterson Alhambra San Diego Iron River, Mich. Industrial Electrical Businessineering General Electrical Business Spanish Industrial Mechanical Transportation Engineering Bowes; ineering Administration l; SHE; Curriculum Engineering Administration Casa Hispana; Engineering Engineering Masonic Club; Bo ATO; PICT. TB II; Men ' s AZ; Prytanean; HKN; TB H. Bachelordon; ESE; Red EN. MK. Yacht Club. AIEE; Vigilantes; Counseling; Treble Clef; Intramural. Cross; Spanish Soph. Council. Daily Cal. Cal Hosts. Club. TEJADA, TENNANT, TERRY, THANE, THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMAS, Activity major SALLY WALKER called both Berkeley and the MIGUEL V. DOROTHY R. SAMUEL W., JR. MARLYS DAVID L. JOHN B. LEWIS R. Kappa house " home. " She headed Torch and Shield, while members La Paz, Bolivia Long Beach Berkeley El Monte Norfolk, Va. Alhambra Rochester, N. Y. of Cal Club, Mortar Board, and Pryt all welcomed this attractive Petroleum General Mechanical Psychology Foreign Trade Mechanical Industrial and friendly brunette at their meetings. Noted for ribbons in her Engineering Curriculum Engineering Wesley Girls Masonic Club. Engineering Engineering hair and a perpetual smile, Sal was a true Cal gal. Photography Club. Colonial; Pry- KT; ASME. Co-op. ATS2. ASME. tanean; Music Council. THOMAS, THOMAS, THOMASON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, LOUISE B. STANLEY L. WILLIAM R. ARTHUR M. CATHRYN W. CHARLES P. CHARLIE W. Glendale Oakland Fresno Concord Duluth, Minn. Youngstown, 0. El Cerrito General Industrial Civil Engineering Sales Decorative Art Zoology. Physical Education Curriculum Engineering vX. Management. AXA. T II; Circle FAX. ASME. " C " ; Big " C " ; Gymnastics Club. THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, CORRELLAN J. DORIS L. HELEN E. JACK S. JACQUELEN R. Santa Ana Martinez Richmond Benicia Lockwood Business Psychology Education International Education Administration. Oldenberg; WAA; AEA. Relations. Ridgemont; Women ' s Dorm YWCA. Council. THOMPSON, NATHAN C., JR. Petaluma Poultry Husbandry AZ. 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Menlo Park San Francisco Industrial Industrial Business Business Insurance General Curriculum Spanish Mechanical Business Personnel Engineering. Engineering Administration Administration Circle " C " ; A011; Women ' s AMP; Spanish Engineering Administration. Administration ASME; SAM. MAE. sI,KT; Basketball. Counseling; Club. ' ' MK; (130; AMA; Chinese @D. Intramural. ASME. Students Club. TOM, TOM, TOM, TOMS, TONG, TONG, TOOLEY, TOWLER, TOWNSEND, TRACADAS, HELEN J. MOON 0. WILLIS JAMES E. BEVERLY J. KAY C. CLIFFORD W. MARJORIE R. ROGER C. FRANK Oakland San Francisco Locke Richmond San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Oakland Long Beach San Bernardino Home Economics. Electrical Accounting. Electrical Accounting Electrical History General Curriculum Psychology Civil Engineering. Engineering. Engineering OBK; BPM; Engineering MKA. EK; Prytanean; Pre-Med Society; TB H; HKN. Chinese Students HKN. Symphony Forum; Criminology Club. WSSF. Society. 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Beginning with chairmanship of Women ' s Dorm Council, Living Groups Council, Los Angeles Yuba City Glen Ellyn, Ill. Sacramento Berkeley Stockton New York, N. Y. and Athletic Reception Committee to membership in Women ' s Architecture. Nursing Psychology Mechanical Physical Education. Landscape Design Economics Ex-Board, Women ' s " J, " ACB, Mortar Board, etc., etc. Though RN ' s on Campus; Psychology Society. Engineering Bowles; Landscape Honor Students. fragile looking, she is an athlete at heart and plans to teach P. E. Tower and Flame. Bowles; ASME. Design Club; Men ' s Counseling. VINEYARD, VISBAL, VOCHATZER, VOGEL, VOHS, VON GLAHN, VORHEES, CHRISTINE LEO G. GLENN W. HAROLD W. JACK JOAN VESTER Richmond San Bernardino Albany San Pablo Berkeley Escalon Los Angeles Psychology. Physical Education Accounting Physics. General Curriculum Speech Civil Engineering. Baseball. BAT; Masonic SPA. AAX; Treble Club. Clef; Plymouth House. VORPHAL, VOSS, VRANNA, VUKASIN, WACKER, WADDELL, WADE, WELDON BERTRAND H. MARION V. JOHN P., JR. LEO L. CHARLES N. JOY A. Alameda Oakland Albany Oakland Lodi Omaha, Neb. Riverside Marketing. Civil Engineering Home Economics Public Relations Zoology, Physics Physical Education ASCE. Stern; ON; I.b; C4; Radio Honor Students; Epworth; Mortar Phrateres; Workshop; Home- Amateur Radio Bd.; ' Prytanean• Masonic Club. coming. Club. Honor Students.--, WADE, WAGENET, WAGNER, WAGNER, WILLIAM H. DANIEL F. CHARLES W. JAMES D. Culver City Entomology Oakland Business Cave Junction, Oregon Berkeley Pharmacy AT. Administration Personnel (DAX. Masonic Club; Administration Christian Science ATCI; Rally Cl ub. Committee. WALKER, WALKER, WALKER, WALKER, CLIFFORD W. RICHARD A. RICHARD A. SALLY San Francisco Grass Valley Oakland Berkeley Physics Chemical Public Speech Masonic Club; Engineering Administration KKr; Torch and Crew. Bcwles; Ball and Class Council; Shield; Mortar Bd.; Chain; Tower and Sr. Peace Comm.; Prytanean; Cal Club. Flame; Tennis. Pub. Rel. Council. WALRATH, WALSH, WALSTROM, WALSWORTH, FRANK L. JOHN L. CHARLES J. SHIRLEY F. Oakland San Francisco San Marino Orange Political Science Physics. Physiology General Curriculum. Masonic Club. KAP; TT; FSHS; Crew. WAHRHAFTIG, WAINBERG, WILLIAM H. ISRAIL Folsom Mathematics Cloyne. WALDNER, WALE, HUGHENA H. NANCE E. Taft Berkeley Architecture Speech EK; AIA, Jr.; APA; Ski Folk and Square Club. Dance C lub. WALE, ROBERT B. Berkeley Economics Daily Cal, Sports Staff; Masonic Club. WALLACE, TOM W. Los Banos Education Abracadabra. WALLACE, WINIFRED M. Oceanside General Curriculum Honor Students. WALLERSTEDT, ROBERT L. Beverly Hills Mechanical Engineering KA; Varsity Crew. WANG ER, MARGARET A. Oakland Child Development. WANLASS, WARCHOT, CRAVENS L. REGINA S. El Monte San Francisco Electrical Engineering TB n ; HKN. English Pelican; Senior Council; Newman Club. BILL BERKMAN ' S blond shock of hair is a distinctive mark at the top of any crowd. He earned the title " the Chief " as senior manager of Glee Club. A happy spirit and always ready wit make him welcome at Music Council, Drama Council, and Alumni Song Committee. Wedding bells and law career are foreseen in the near future. WARD, MARY E. Willows Psychology. WAUGH, ALFRED F. Oakland Electrical Engineering TB II; HKN. WALKER, WILLIAM K. Beaumont Food Technology AEO; AZ; Food Technology Club; Masonic Club. WALTERS, DAVID W. San Leandro Zoology 11 KA; Blue and Gold; Pelican; Sr. Peace Comm. WARREN, H. NEIL Miami, Civil Engineering. WAUGH, RALPH B. San Bernardino Chemical Engineering AXE; Masonic Club. Port of Spain, B. W. I. Petroleum Engineering AEII. WALLACE, NORMAN R. Vallejo Physics. WALTERS, DONALD F. Napa Architecture. WARREN, JACKIE M. San Francisco Journalism 0E11; Daily Cal; Senior Council. WASHBURN, WILMA C. 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San Francisco Oakland Canton, Ohio San Diego San Francisco Sebastopol Palo Alto Social Welfare Criminology Slavic Group German Physical Education General Curriculum Mechanical AAX; YWCA; AAE; Chinese AMT.; Russian Bowles; Scabbard (Me; Varsity Richards. Engineering Chinese Students Students Club; Club. and Blade; Ball and Track; Handball. AT52; Cal Eng., Club. NSA. Chain; Baseball, Mgr.; ASME; SAM; Jr. Mgr, Swimming. WYNNE, YAGUCHI, YAMADA, YAMAMOTO, YAMAMOTO, YAMASHIRO, YAQUB, TALFOURD T. JOHN YOSHID KAZ U KO YUKIO GEORGE T. ADIL M. Berkeley Los Angeles Kingsburg Redwood City Dinuba Berkeley Palestine Agricultural Mechanical Food Technology Public Health. Chemical Accounting. Mathematics. Economics. Engineering. Food Technicians Engineering Blonde PEGGE MALSOR is often kidded about being a Swede from Club. ASCE; Japanese Montana, but is taken seriously as assistant survey director of Students Club. Daily Cal, member of Pryt, II AS, and class councils. 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Counseling. YOSHII, HISAKO Berkeley Psychology YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNGER, YOUNGJOHN, ZABALLOS, ZACCOR, MAYNARD L. PEGGY E. ROBERT K. ROBERT W. RUSSELL A. VIRGINIA M. FRANCIS C. MILMAN P. FRANK E. JAMES V. San Francisco Berkeley Petaluma Huntington, N. Y. San Francisco Santa Monica Woodland La Mesa San Leandro Berkeley Civil Engineering General Curriculum Civil Engineering Mechanical General Curriculum Political Science Mechanical Bacteriology Pharmacy Physics. ASCE. ZK; Pelican; ASCE. Engineering ADD; Sr. Council; AAII. Engineering Bowles. SAX. Senior Council, ASME; SAM. Sr. Peace Comm.; TB II; II TX. Project Comm. Rally Comm. ZACHMAN, ZALLIAN, ZAVEALLAS, ZEIS, ZENI, ZENTNER, ZETHRAUS, AILEEN E. MARIAN NELLIE M. ALLAN C. ROBERT F. JULES IVY A. Alameda San Francisco Puente Oakland Oakland San Francisco Kentfield German Political Science. Personnel Electrical History Political Science Art AZ; Blue and Administration Engineering II KO; EKA; Speech Arts. Mitchell; Women ' s Gold; Class Council; Cheney; KO; OXO; AIEE. Daily Cal; Men ' s Counseling. German Club. WAA; Women ' s Counseling. Counseling. ZIGGINS, ZIMMERMAN, ZIMMERMAN, ZIMMERMANN, ZOLEZZI, ZOROVICH, ZUMWALT, DEREK G. WILLIAM F. WILLIAM J. RALPH K. STEPHEN A. JOHN A. MATTIE J. Berkeley San Francisco Chicago, Ill. Panama City, San Francisco San Pedro Colusa Decorative Art. Speech. Civil Engineering Panama Finance. Physical Education Decorative Art Activity-minded CARNEY CAMPION has served his Alma Mater as TB II; XE; Zoology Cloyne; Circle " C " ; X52; Blue and chairman of the ' 47, ' 48, and ' 49 Homecoming, and Senior Week. ASCE. EXT. P. E. Club; Gym Gold; Little As a member of AKA, Phi Phi, Gavel and Quill, and Golden Bear, Club. Theater; WAA; he has shown a great interest in meeting people, and his future " Axe. " Plans in public administration will enable him to cultivate this interest. BARNS, BRYANT, HUBER, REHFELD, SCHEFFEL, WINTERS, ROBERT E. JOHN AL RODNEY R. HOWARD RANDOLPH Burlingame San Diego Oakland Bakersfield San Bruno Los Angeles Recreation Wildlife Business Business Mechanical Mechanical BET; AsIAL Conservation. Administration Administration Engineering. Engineering. OX; 4,0. AAX; II T II X; Blue and Gold, Mgr.; Personnel Council. 1ORS Commencement exercises mark the final farewell to undergraduate days for some five thousand seniors who gathered at Edwards Field on June 17, for the official send-off from the University. SENIORS again wound up four long years with a whirl of events including a barbecue at Mount Diablo, a beach party at Santa Cruz, Men ' s and Women ' s Banquets at the Claremont, the Senior Ball at Golden Gate Fields, the Baccaulaureate, the Pilgrimage and last but not least by any means the Graduation ceremonies at Edwards Field. SE111OR WEEK 95 JUIllORS UNDER the capable leadership of two class presidents, the Junior Class had a most successful year. When the fall dent and activity-major Bill Grafft became a victorious can- didate for representative-at-large, vice-president Jean ster took over the gavel and continued the smoothly running program. Although they were financially " in the hole " in September, the juniors reversed their position by June through their many fund-raising projects. Realizing that new ideas were invaluable to progress, the juniors included many of the junior college transfers on their committees and they participated strongly in the class activities. The Junior In- formal and the sing, " Stormy Weather, " highlighted the fall days, with International House as the setting for " Show Enough " and the Jazz Concert. With thoughts of entertain- ment as well as a means of increasing the class piggy bank, the Class of ' 51 ushered in the spring semester with the smooth music of Noel Kelly at the Junior Prom at Diablo, followed by a Women ' s Day Breakfast in the cafeteria. Many " white elephants " were collected during the year for the April Rummage Sale which brought to a close an eventful year for the juniors. BILL GRAFFT PRESIDENT JEAN BREWSTER VICE-PRESIDENT VIRGINIA GERKE SECRETARY-TREASURER ELAINE LANDER YELL LEADER 96 JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Alice Coughlin, Sally Marsh, Jacky Erlin, Jean Brewster, Elaine Lander, Virginia Gerke, Anne Fibush, Evelyn Imperatrice, Sarita Johnson. SECOND ROW: Ellyse Kay Locke, Pat Kanahele, Shirley Myers, Betty Hampton, Betty McKeen, Toni Hines, Betty Patten. THIRD ROW: Mary Gregory, Corinne Lambert, Carolyn Robinson, Joan Foster, Marie Elita de Urioste, Beverly Barsamian, Phyllis Kotite, Kay Lloyd, Lou Gilmore. FOURTH ROW: Joan Fay, Elizabeth Hall, Lola Bryan, Peggy Trine, Nancy Thompson, Carolyn Carpenter, Peggy garner, Lee Abramson, Tony Ellis. FIFTH ROW: Dennis Fargas, Lewis Arnold, Frank Summers, Gordon Seck, Harold Menzies, Bill O ' Hare, Bob Stone, George Fernbacher, Ray Smith. BACK Vic Appel, R. Pfost, Thomas Remington, Arch Wombacher, Bill Parks, James Werner, Reece Clark. Juniors entertain with their show and Jazzy Workshop starring the Stardusters who have sent many a person. 97 SOPHO m ORES THE Class of ' 52 continued its winning ways by planning and participating in one of the most successful Soph Weeks seen at Cal. Well-laid plans began early in the Fall, and work con- tinued until the curtain fell on the last act of the " California Showcase, ' ' presented in the Berkeley High Little Theater. Soph Week was highlighted by the " Spring Capers " dance in Hearst Gym—presided over by the lovely Soph Doll. Noted for their uke-playing contests and their inability to settle on a council party date, the Class of ' 52 was well fied and extremely ambitious. December found them all tour- ing the streets of Berkeley for the traditional Soph Paper Drive, thanks to the precedent set by the Senior class. less nights were spent guarding the Big ' ' C ' ' from threats of the Freshmen or Stanford, as well as numerous trips up hill with buckets and brushes to repaint the famous land- mark. Freshmen did obey the rules preceding the annual Soph-Frosh Brawl, but their hidden energy was unleashed to beat the Sophomores at the Brawl. The mighty mores retaliated, however, and showed their class spirit by winning the first-place trophy for class floats in the coming Parade. BILL HOLMES PRESIDENT CAROL SANFORD VICE-PRESIDENT BEV HINTON SECRETARY-TREASURER " BUGSY " SIEGEL YELL LEADER 98 SOPHOMORE COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Pat Marshall, Janet Black, Bev Hinton, Bill Holmes, Carol Sanford, Peg Zuber, John Farr, Herb Moore, Mona Fields. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Gercke, Eleanor Virginia Crombie, Eileen Flaherty, Elizabeth Rich, Diane Wade, Margo Stutzman, Isobel Smith, Margaret Kloeppel, Nancy Hardgrave, Alison Gilbert. THIRD ROW: Frances Tenney, Robert Pat Walker, Bugsy Siegel, Lois Fuller, Kathryn Await, Margaret Henze, Jeanne St. Hill, Pat Corley, Anita Hochfe!d, Mardy Pletcher. FOURTH ROW: Frederic Hugh Roberts II, Richard Chuck Stuart, Carol Cochran, Barbara Wright, Babs Britz, Alan Baer, Les Sachs, Lew Smith, Jack Jackson. FIFTH ROW: Ed Farnam, Mike McKee, Roland Quintero, Dex Ahlgren, Dave Geddes, Callender, Doug Hansen, Cro Mauer, Harry Hanson. BACK ROW: Dick Becker, Robert Peeke, Bob Hines, Maurice Holloway. The Sophomore and Freshman classes get together for a sing with a special brand of entertainment provided by the " Gut-Bucket " Trio. 99 FRESHMEll HAMPERED by Roberts ' Rules of Order the Frosh class managed to bring an eventful year to a close, while ing a lesson in parliamentary procedure. The class of ' 53 was headed by President Bill Owen who started things rolling at an early date by choosing a sixty-seven member council. The first major project was the homecoming float designed and directed by Sharon Wagner. It consisted of a large stork carrying a blue and gold bear in a diaper. Inexperienced freshmen worked diligently on the float. In spite of the tussle a float was formed, and although the stork was not a very steady creature and nearly shook off all his feathers, men declared it wonderful. From this point the freshman class pushed forward with sings, dances and parties. The first sing at the Kappa House was a great success with Big Game movies and songs by the men ' s octet. Climaxing the class activities was Freshman Week, held April 10 to 16. A king and queen were chosen to reign at the annual dance, which ended the week and the major freshman activities. BILL OWEN PRESIDENT PHYLLIS McKAY PEGGY STEWART ...SECRETARY-TREASURER DON HARTLEY CHEER LEADER 100 FRESHMAN COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Bill Owen, Phyllis MacKay, Peggy Stewart, Dede Dousseau, Marilyn Boyd, Virginia Andrews, Virginia Boyle. SECOND ROW: Joan Kleiser, Mary Myer, Ann Harnett, Ann Davis, Delores Sackett, Marilyn Haskett, Sharon Wagner, Marilyn Gilmore, Kay Musselman, Dagne Nordholm, Marjorie Coombs, Maggi Pratt. THIRD ROW: Norman Mineta, Helen Schoenberg, Sondra Walden, Margaret Polglase, Marilyn Dot Willis, Nancy Ballard, Nancy Roberts, Joan Lesley, Ronda Lapidus, Mahn Westernoff, Bill Morrish. FOURTH ROW: Weldon Phillips, Jim Miller, Jim Kelley, Roger Gilbert, Aliice Hall, Ed Wallace, Hal Ellis, Bill Benz, Jean Marcia Lesley, Margie Wright, Chuck Newman, Ron Hayman, Bob Misrach. BACK ROW: Don Hartley, Dick Parker, Jim Porterfield, Bob Tanem, Ji m Conner, Tony McCrory, Ed Gross, Buck Cowan, Betty Ann Smith, Peggy Richards, Judy Hurt, Joan Zuber, William Rolls, Bob Sellers. That old Cal tradition, the Soph-Frosh Brawl, starts off class rivalry which is always at its highest during lower division years. 101 STUDENT LIFE EHECUTIUE COMMITTEE STRUGGLING with such problems as the Loyalty Oath, Fair Bear wages and contracts, yell leaders, Homecoming, and public re- lations, to name just a few of the activities of the Executive Com- mittee, this group tries to coordinate affairs between the students and university besides carrying on the general business. Almost every year Executive Committee is faced with a crisis of major importance. In 1947 the storm arose over a football coach which resulted in the hiring of " Pappy " Waldorf, in 1948 the dispute over the " Fair Bear, " which almost resulted in the removal of this policy, but was finally smoothed over. Again this year the torrent broke, this time over the loyalty oath. This crisis affected the whole campus and therefore, was taken up by Ex Committee. The issue was an explosive one, however, and was finally left to the Academic Senate. Monday night meetings are now attended by faculty, alumni, and presidential representatives. Usually very business-like, the levity of the meetings was occasionally broken when Brutus Hamilton would break out singing Swedish songs or leading informal yells. DANNY COELHO ASUC President EDIE McEWING ASUC Vice•President FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Jiu, Dr. Chaney, Lou White, Edie McEwing, Dan Coelho, Kay Larson, Jim Duvaras. BACK ROW: Dean Stone, Carl Goldschmidt, Carl Feldman, Gene Kramer, Pete Goldschmidt, Mal Channing, Brutus Hamilton, Hamp Terry, Mike Abramson, Budd Bobbs, Wally Cooper, Scott George, Dick Van Houton. 105 REPRESEVOTIUES-AT-LARGE A paradox was Rep DICK VAN HOUTEN, executive, up, " and church school teacher. Rep PETE GOLDSCHMIDT was known for his ever cheerful attitude. Bustling Rep HERB " PANCHO " ARNOIS made an effort to reflect campus opinion. From freshman to Senior Rep, SCOT GEORGE always held a top position on campus. Future lawyer, Rep WALLY COOPER, always looked for legal implications. The proverbial businessman is cheerful Rep BUD HOBBS. 106 107 Rep BILL GRAFFT was the financial genius of Ex Committee. Rep-at-Large in charge of public relations, Rep MIKE hoped to make this his life work. Always trying to please, Rep RICHARD JIU was chairman of store committee. As a friendly, glad-hander, Rep LARRY SCOTT has been particularly interested in the purchase card system and parking. Rep BOB LIVERMORE had to work extra fast to get things plished during his short term office. BUSIllESS ADMIIIISTRATIOn THE business administration of the ASUC is divided between finance com- mittee, the managers of the departments, Ed Welch, and Brutus Hamilton. Finance Committee originates or considers all recommendations to the Executive Committee about finances, while Brutus Hamilton is director of intercollegiate athletics. Ed Welch as director of general activities also meets and works with such people as Joyce Jensen, director of social ties; Greg Englehard, assistant director of athletics, and others connected with the welfare and maintenance of Stephens Union and Eshleman build- ings. BRUTUS HAMILTON, Director of Intercollegiate Activities. ED WELCH, Director of General Activities. FINANCE COMMITTEE FRONT ROW, left to right: Ed Welch, Bud Hobbs, Pete Goldschmidt, William J. Norton, Dean Stone. BACK ROW: Dan Coelho, Edie McEwing, Mrs. Garret, Dr. Chaney. FRONT ROW, left to right: Charlie Clarke, Mrs. Garret, Joyce Jensen, Brutus Hamilton. BACK ROW: Mr. Englehardt, George Briggs, Chet Toltnie, Ed Welch. 108 ACTIUITIES COORDMATInG BOARD THE development of procedures, the coordination of particular events of the association, and the supervision and direction of all activity groups—all in all regulating the pulse of campus spirit—is the purpose of the Activities Coordination Board. Composed of the tives from all activity groups, ACB has the power to pass on all student appointments, to approve all publicity stunts, and to direct elections and activity dates of the ASUC. In particular, this year ' s ACB issued the California Welcome Book, distributed activity calendars, and passed administrational items to benefit ASUC factions. Throughout the year the members of this board have cooperated as a unit working for the common good. HAMP TERRY Chairman of ACB Vic Appel Barbara Cherney Joan Cherney Liz Dennison Kay Dimmick Park Dingwall Bill Graff Larry Johns Bob Kinkead Don Lynch Howard Mackey Bob MacM ahon Mary Mennick Ethel Neese Don Porter Mary Renard Carol Sanford Peggy Stewart Bob Stone Barbara Sturtevant Harvey Taylor Hamp Terry Joy Wade JOAN CHERNEY Sub-Chairman of ACB 109 WOMEN ' S ACTIVITY COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Vivian Lee, Edie McEwing, Lou White, Neysa Dugan, Allison Morse. BACK ROW: Mimi Renard, Wade, Yvonne Martin, Jean Brewster. " No men allowed " as campus women get together for their day! Highlight of the day is the noontime crowning of the King in Faculty Glade. 110 women ' s ACTIUITIES council. THAT women play an important part in campus activities is illustrated by the many activities of Women ' s Activity Coun- cil, headed by Lou White, women ' s representative during the past year. The main interest of this group is in women ' s welfare on campus, and in providing social organization for them. It is the general coordinating board of all women ' s groups such as Dorm Council, Panhellenic, YWCA, and Women ' s Judicial Committee. Working for close coopera- tion between these groups and between them and the pus in general, meetings are held with their various heads, and speakers on activities and phases of campus life are vided for interested houses or groups. A very liberal organi- zation, Cal coeds are granted greater freedom than any others in the country. During the ' 49- ' 50 year two major projects were undertaken. In the fall a Christmas party in Women ' s Clubrooms, while Women ' s Day, April nineteenth dominated the scene in the spring. The theme for Women ' s Day was " Alice ' s Adventures in Women ' s Land " and in- cluded such high points as the " Mad Hatter ' s Tea " and a " Through the Looking Glass " fashion show. Tiny but mighty LOU WHITE, Women ' s Representative, led women ' s activities through the year. Capable model as well as activity leader, SALLY WALKER contributes to one of the many Women ' s Day Activities. With the true spirit of Women ' s Day, MRS. SPROUL entered into the activities as usual. ACTIVITIES ASSEMBLY DAncE COMMITTEE DANCES, dances, and more dances is business of the Assembly Dance Committee, which sponsors non- profit dances for the student body. All profit from each affair is turned over to making the next dance even bigger and better. FRANK GREENE FRONT ROW, left to right: Frank Greene, Sally Weeks, Millis Oakes, Harvey Taylor, Megan Davies, Reedly Wentworth. SECOND ROW: Marge Peterson, Mary Anderson, Mitzi Frye, Jean Lyhne, Mary Janet Finney, Berry Willis, Margie Wright. BACK ROW: Dee Richmond, Fleur Laird, Paul Petruzzelli, Jean Holt, Warren Carson, Linder Sackrison, Lambie Taylor, Patricia Henry, Charles Merrill. RADIO WORKSHOP EVERY week for an hour and fifteen minutes on the radio and every other Saturday on television the members of Radio Workshop perform. In ad- dition to variety shows and sports- casts, entertainment is provided for Veterans Hospitals. JEANNINE COOMBS FRONT ROW, left to right: Lois Fuller, Jeannine Coombs, Laura Kent. SECOND ROW: Corinna Lothar, Ed Chew, Theresa reicher-Selcoe, Warren Cunningham, Irene Sciqua. BACK ROW: Don Evans, Bill Murphy, Don Bruzzoni. 114 JEAN SCHMITZ, Chairman of Orientations. JOAN CHERNEY, Sub-Chairman of Orientations. Carols are sung at Orientations annual Christmas A good time was had by all at the Cal Hosts party. FRESHMAN SUNDAY SUPPER LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Rolls, Pat Murphy, Dorothy Baukol, Jackie Traylor, Bill Owen, Nancy Marilyn Gilmore, Bob Misrack, Dot Willis, Peggy Stewart, Irving Phillips, Kay Musselman. CAMPUS TOURS FRONT ROW, left to right: Ronald Campbell, Jack Wilczek, Howard Chamberlain, Chuck Stuart, Ducker. BACK ROW: Wayne Burns, Vic Peterson, Dick Elliott, George Pavlow. ORIEVATIM council. THROUGHOUT each term Orientations helps to remove the thorns in the path of new students. Men ' s and Wom- en ' s Counseling are first to untangle the snarls at the end of the registration line. Campus Tours takes over from there and guides them through the campus pointing out buildings and spots interest. Cal Hosts provides noon- time entertainment for commuters. Students may become acquainted at the Friday Flings; and Student-Faculty Cof- fee Hours are friendly get-togethers. seeeMIMO waiii■Ist■ Lillian Abraham Carolyn Blake Barbara Cherney Dolores Clapp Phyllis Derus Donald Frye Joan Judd Lee Moreda Vic Peterson Shirley Rapp Jean Schmitz Dorothy Willis DON Chairman of Men ' s Counseling DELORES Chairman of Women ' s Counseling men ' s counsEunG WITH a staff of 150 or more helpful minds, the Men ' s Counsel- ing Committee, headed by Don Frye last fall and Bob Page this spring, haunts the Men ' s gym during registration to counsel all new male students. A Men ' s Smoker, held in the clubrooms, in- troduces sludents to yell leaders and athletes who explain the general routine of school. Working closely with Women ' s Counseling, the men have appointments like the women ' s and add to the confusion of the joint office in Eshleman. women ' s counsninG WOMEN ' S Counseling seeks to integrate all new women stu- dents into campus social life. After the initial contact at regis- tration each new student is contacted periodically during the term, taken to campus functions, introduced to activities, in- vited to the Women ' s Tea and generally made to feel " at home " on campus. The staff normally consists of more than a hundred counselors, twenty-four directors, four seniors, a sub- chairman, and a chairman. MEN ' S COUNSELING FRONT ROW, left to Leroy Moreda, Bob Langdon, Bob Page, Ed McIntosh, Bob Howard Friesen. SECOND POW: Bob Homan, Ernest Simon, Howard Chamberlain, Herman Fogata, Bob Allen, George Hurwitz. BACK ROW: Ray Bon, Roy Dutcher, Joe Trotter, Rod Merrill Mensor, Forrest Duranceau. WOMEN ' S COUNSELING FRONT ROW, left to right: Joan MacPhee, Barbara Josselyn, Carolyn Blake, Deesse Beverly Bender, Marian Thomas. SECOND ROW: Sarita Johnson, Barbara Ebbesen, Joan Cherney, Gerry Stodick, Cleo Johnson, Hilda Schmidt. BACK ROW: Ginny Jones, Sally Wemple, Morello, Gerry Smith, Margaret Hicks, JoAnn Cheesman, Bobbye Barancik. DIRECTORS SHOWN: Gloria Belich, Alison, Gilbert, Maisie Irish, Roberta Laidlaw, Alice Leino, Pat Helen McElwee, Gloria Norwall, Candy Penther, Sally Streeter. SEYMOUR ROSE JUDICIAL COMMITTEE METING out justice to men students is the primary function of Men ' s Judicial. The committee also participates in the functions o f Student Judicial which has broader powers—such as interpretation of the con- stitution, publication of ASUC regulations, punishment of card viola- tions, and the final word in the ASUC. WOMEWS JUDICIAL COMMITTEE THE women ' s branch handles all coed affairs from violations of lock- out rules to personal problems. The nine justices of Women ' s have the seemingly colossal task of guiding the conduct of some eight-odd thousand campus women. Luckily, university life flows smoothly, and it is only the ripples which demand attention. NEYSA DUGAN FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Champlin, Bob Rouse, Bob Andrews. BACK ROW: Tom Young, Hamp Terry, Sey- LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley McAree, Lou White, Joyce Dawson, Joy Wade, Dolores Clapp, Diana MOW ' Rose, Sam Goldberg, Carl Feldman. John Maddox not in picture. Clarkson, Shirlee Fletcher, Lucille Paxton, Neysa Dugan. 7 ATHLETIC council. HEADED this year by Ian Turner and Charlie Sarver, Athletic Council has again considered and recommended to Ex Committee all athletic awards, changes in methods of awarding letters and medals as well as discussing stu- dent problems and intercollegiate athletic problems. With Brutus Hamilton and Greg Englehard as ex-officio members from the ASUC, the council was composed of such well known athletes as Herb Schmalenberger and Jim Du- varas from Big " C " Society, and Earl Harris from Ball and Chain. ATHLETIC COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Brutus Hamilton, Charlie Sarver, Greg Englehard, Dick Houten. BACK ROW: Ian Turner, Dick McCurdy, Jim Duvaras„ Dale Webster, Earle Harris, Howard Mackey, Don Reichert. BRUTUS HAMILTON, Track Coach and GREG ENGLEHARD, Assistant Director of Activities. Director of Activities. Well-liked football player CHARLIE VER served as Chairman of Athletic Council. ATHLETIC RECEPT1011 COMM, ATHLETIC RECEPTION COMMITTEE 118 FRONT ROW, left to right: Eleanor DeMarias, Geni Riordan. BACK ROW: Dale Webster, Don Sharmon, Joy Wade, Edie McEwing. MEN ' S RALLY COMMITTEE FRONT ROW, left to right: Bill Parks, Bill Grafft, Bob Garboe, Tom Young, Chuck Wagner, Ray Smith, Ehrens. SECOND ROW: Jim Monacle, Bob McDoughal, Bob Simmons, Larry Webber, Sam Winchell, Copeland, Bill Calender, Bob Atterbury, Bob Baker. THIRD ROW: Jerry Fleider, Bill Mackey, Drew Jack Cleveland, Chuck Stewart, Bill Clark, Vic Peterson, Fred Hincken, Bill Gear. FOURTH ROW: Ohanneson, Forrest Durreanceau, Harry Hansen, Skip Skriven, Bill Ells, Maurie Holloway, Bruce Crain, Upton, Burt Olsen. BACK ROW: Jim Carson, Jim Huhn, Cro Mauer, Tom Montgomery, Harold McNally, Kuhn, Ron Vehlow, Bill Wagner. WOMEN ' S RALLY COMMITTEE FRONT ROW, left to right: Mimi Renard, Phyllis Karg, Genie Riordan, Peggy Zuber. SECOND ROW: Williams, Eleanor de Maris, Ann Glidden, Jean Brewster, Sally Marsh, Cyanne Edmonds. THIRD ROW: Eleen Hardway, Barbara Brune, Lorraine Grossman, Marge Houston, Jane McConnell, Alison Gilbert. FOURTH ROW: Jeanne Meillette, Natalie Parks, Bev Menend, Maurine Dooher, Lucy Pfund. BACK ROW: Betts Cole, Pletcher, Shirley Roy, Jeanne Zumwalt, Carol Cochran, Diane Wade, Carol Holmes. RALLY COMMITTEE PLANNING and executing card tricks for the " largest rooting section in the world " was the job of Men ' s and Women ' s Rally Committee last fall, for even the wom- en ' s rooting section flashed cards for the first time in history! Not only is Rally Committee one of the hardest working groups on campus, but they are also among the most spirited rooters at all games. Highlights of the year were numerous parties, pre-Stanford game break- fast, and a return trip to the Rose Bowl. PHYLLIS I ARG TOM YOUNG Chairman o f Women ' s Rally Chairman of Men ' s Rally Committee Committee The card stunts which we do in a few minutes take many hours of preparation. " Okay, flip! and get that red card out of the blue background. " 119 YELL LEADERS NOTED for the quick sunburns they acquire at bonfire lies, their " little dog yell " and habit of leading a yell on the opponents ' side only when the visiting yell leaders are girls were Cal ' s yell leaders. Leading the loudest rooting section in the world this year were Don Ball as head yell leader, and Dick Daniel, Bob Stone, Herb Moore, and Bob Kinkead as assistants. The system of choosing yell leaders has been fied by the new ASUC Constitution which created the Megaphone Society. This provides for a training period for all potential yell leaders. It will be open to sophomores and will have a membership of nine or less from which three sistant yell leaders will be chosen, and one of the three will be elected head yell leader. Max Guiterrez is the first and only member of the society so far. Another one of the Fiji oligarthy of yell leads was DON BALL who was constantly reminding the rooting section to " Keep it clean. " DON BALL gives out with a few instructions. YELL LEADERS 120 Bob Stone, Dick Daniel, Don Ball, Herb Moore, Bob Kinkead. funcTionn SERUICES BOARD SET up under the new ASUC constitution of April 1949, Functional Services Board is one of the five boards into which student government activities are divided. cluded under the Board are Elections, Campus Opinion, Meetings, Public Relations, Constitutions, and Student Personnel Councils, Art Bureau, Speakers ' Bureau and Student Government Clinic. With the dissolution of Orientations Council during the spring semester, four of that group ' s councils (Men ' s and Women ' s Counsel- ing, Cal Hosts and Campus Tours) were brought under FSB as Students ' Counseling Service. Organized by Paul Pitner, FSB was directed by Carl Feldman in the fall and Andre Tolpegin in the spring. CARL FELDMAN, Fall Chairman of Functional Services Board. PUBLIC RELATION council. FUNCTIONAL SERVICES BOARD FRONT ROW, left to right: Pat Kinney, Joann Jepson, Jocelyn Muller, Arlene Singer, Robin Haseltine. BACK ROW: Aaron Greenberg, Andre Tolpegin, Carl Feldman, Gene Kessler, Dick Walker, John Hess. SEATED AT TABLE, left to right: John Hess, Jocelyn Muller, Arlene Singer, Andre Tolpegin, Pat Kinney, Carl Feldman, Robin Haseltine, Gene Kessler, Joann Jepson, Dick Walker, Aaron Greenberg. PUBLIC RELATIONS COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Fred Cooper, Dick Walker, Louise Morgan, Aaron Greenberg, Norm Garrick. SECOND ROW: Judith Allen, Lois Fuller, Carmelita Southern, Sharon Hitt, Pat Mullen, Janet Stark. BACK ROW: Jim Cornfield. 121 ACTING as a liaison body between the as- sociates, students, national, and local groups of NSA was one of the many duties of the ASUC Staff Committee. The committee also served a staff office for Ex Committee and the president, performing advisory, tarial, and clerical functions. With a bership ranging from six to thirty during the year, the staff was headed by Barbara Sims, executive secretary, and Mal Channing, NSA campus coordinator. MAL CHANNING, Chairman of Staff Committee, was an perienced administrator. ASUC STAFF COMMITTEE ASUC STAFF COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Sims, Alice Coughlin, Lew Arnold, Mal Channing. IN the past year a new phase of campaigning has been initiated. We now have " on pus " campaigning. It is hoped that this new order will help to remedy the apparent apathy of many students. Elections Council is that part of the ASUC bureaucracy which trols elections, staffing elections booths, and the counting of ballots. JAN SCOTT, Chairman of Elec- tions Board, spent most of her time counting ballots in spite of her business experience. ELECT10119 council. FRONT ROW, left to right: Paul Newman, Donnie Biehl, Rosemary Shull, Jan Scott, Barbara Joselyn, Jane Mannex, Joan Crawford. BACK ROW: Charles McDanies, Corinne Juncker, Sharon Hitt, Charlotte Houston, Eleanor Reid, Norma Jamieson, Marion Jacobsen. 122 COliSTITUTIODAL council. FRONT ROW, left to right: Alfred Simmons, Dick Champlin, Darrell Nelson: BACK ROW: Fred Cooper, Bob Atkinson. " CHECK this constitution " —these are miliar words to all members of the Constitu- tions Council. The job of this council is to help all new or reorganized ASUC organiza- tions write constitutions that conform with the ASUC rules. Dick Champlin and Bob At- kinson, fall and spring chairmen, also had to see that workable constitutions were written. The task of checking technicalities usually sulted in the council helping with the actual writing of the constitution. BOB ATKINSON, Spring Chairman of Constitutions Council. FRONT ROW, left to right: Arlene Singer, LeRoy Riordan, Andre Tolpegin, Lois Fuller. BACK ROW: John M. Hess, Jim Qualco, Fred Cooper, Darrell Nelson, Andrew Spooner. STUDEDT GOUT THE Student Government Clinic under the leadership of Andre Tolpegin, last fall, and Ardeen Singer, this spring, studies the inter- nal structure of campus activities and organi- zations. After investigating the activities, methods of electing officers and making ap- pointments, this hard-working committee of twenty-five makes suggestions to Functional Services Board and Executive Committee on how to improve the organizations. The clinic also works with National Students Association (NSA) getting suggestions from other schools on their management of student tions. ANDRE TOLPEGIN, Fall Chairman of Student Government Clinic. 123 DRIVES council. 111TERIlATINAL REPRESEMATIUES council. SEATED AROUND TABLE, left to right: Nancy Soule, Seymour Rose, Joyce Dawson, Carl Feldman, Marsh, Joan Foster, Harry Keaton. S ATED I ROUND TABLE, left to right: Maurine Rucker, Hans Luyt, Miss Aurora Quiras, Rene Marx Hero McLean, Hari Vaswani, Diego Gonzales, Moses Davis, Maisie Irish, Ding H ' Lang, Monsauer Jon Swanson, Bahij Sabouni, Knut Alsen, Mohhamed Reza Amin. FRONT ROW, left to right: Susan Almon, Jackie Dunn, Carolyn Blake. BACK ROW: Robin Haseltine, Jenkins, Fred Cooper, Hazel Wood. SEATED AROUND TABLE, left to right: Ralph Kunke, Flarvey Taylor, .loan Hoffman, Mary Rothney, Hambrick, Don Sharman, Rod Rehfeld, Liz Dennison, Bill Holmes, John Farr, Lee Morida, Bill Anderson. CAMPUS OP1111011 counm ASH PERsonna. counm 124 STORE COMMITTEE ANY complaints about prices in the ASUC store? See Store Committee whose duty it is to make tions on policies to Ex Committee for ASUC Enterprises and to coordinate these policies to the needs of the dents. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Robinow, Dick LeGault, Erwin Spira, Richard Jiu, Wally Cooper, Sue Simmons, Al Mayne, Chuck Callaghan. STEPHENS union ESHELM1111 PL Annum COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE for policy and tration of student-owned buildings is this committee. Controlling room signments, business functions, nance, decoration, and alteration are among its duties. The group is now ing forward to a student control board in the new union. FRONT ROW, left to right: Fran Hafner, Larry Weber, Bud Hobbs, Chuck Dunham, Carolyn Robinson. BACK ROW: Seymour Rose, Dick Van Houten. CAMPUS mAnninG OMMITTEE A VERY important function is formed by this sub committee. It is sponsible for the welfare of the student outside of the classroom. Such things as the alumni survey of student needs and recommendations for student facilities are included in its activities. FRONT ROW, left to right: Midge Zimet, Dave Birenbaum, Liz Rich, Scot George, Annadel Thomas, Pete Goldschmidt, Carolyn Robinson, Buzz Webster. BACK ROW: Joan Foster, Boyd Weeks, Marjorie Coombs, Lucy Paxton, George Fernbacker, Jo Ann Cheesman, Kurt Cutter, Nan Broderick, Yale Lyman, Helen McElwee. SECRETARIAT IF you have ever had a secret desire to sit on a president ' s lap and take short- hand, Secretariat offers an excellent op- portunity to fulfill this desire. Besides being secretaries for all ASUC officers, the girls keep up on all current events in campus government and are authori- ties on all the latest gossip. FRONT ROW, left to right: Boots Lobdell, Patsy Kanahele, Alice Chan, Carmen Cusicanqui, Joyce Speck. SECOND ROW: Anidelle Tomlinson, Louanne Taylor, Marilyn Mutch, Jeanne Eckerman, Pat Snyder, Dar- lene Hauck. BACK ROW: Joanne Stevenson, Duane Brown, Joan Zuber, Shirlee Fletcher, Janet Rubey, Betsy Davison, Fessie Farnsworth. 111TERHAT1011111. BOARD THE seven councils which make up In- ternational Board work together as a whole in an attempt to provide oppor- tunities for better understanding tween American and foreign students. This is a new field of activity in the ASUC and has been organized to meet the rising need for such an intermediary force. FRONT ROW, left to right: Loise McIntyre, Shirley Ann Vollmer, Jo Ann Cheesman, Marjorie Moore, Shirley Holbert. BACK ROW: Jewel Goddard, Boyd Weeks, Hassen Shahmerzady, Robert W. Smart, Bill Fieberling, Darrell Nelson. WELFARE BOARD ALL matters concerning student welfare fall within the scope of Welfare Board. Its function is to coordinate the ties of the various groups under its jurisdiction. These groups handle such matters as " Fair Bear " wages, health standards in living groups, and bettering conditions in the library. FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Parvin, Rodi Barde, Nan Broderick, Charles Turner, Blanche Hartman, Carl Goldschmidt, Dick Miller, lotte Pearl, Sandy Cooper. BACK ROW: Richard Jiu, Bob Harding, Harry Keaton. HEALTH council. HEALTH Council operating from Eshleman Hall as a part of the Welfare Board, carries on drives and publicity during the semester to keep the campus clean. Under the capable leadership of Bob Harding this committee also conducts drives to see that the various eating places on campus and in the campus vicinity are clean. Along with Cowell pital their purpose is to see that students re- main healthy. FRONT ROW, left to right: Julio Juarez, Elsa Mikkelsen, Robert Harding, Elsie Schlepp, Kathleen Fox, Jeanne Hoole. SECOND ROW: Mervyn Durlester, Seymour Schulman, John Kaufmann, Ray B. Grove, Lloyd A. Frost. BACK ROW: William H. Meyer, Dr. W. W. Sampson, Tom Mew, Eugene Finley, Floyd A. Sorensen. STUDEIH LABOR councn OPERATING from the depths of Eshleman Hall as part of the Welfare Board, the dent Labor Council investigates matters per- taining to student employment both on or near campus. Under the leadership of Leon Ginsberg, the council cooperates with nue merchants to see that Fair Bear wages and contracts are followed, as well as trying to improve working conditions generally. LEFT TO RIGHT: Leon Ginsberg, Henry Clarke, Lee Weber, Robert Parvin. STUDEHT RELATIM council. THE purpose of Student Relations Council is to make investigations and recommendations on matters concerning relations of students in general. Special attention is given to dis- crimination and solving these problems with the other committees of Welfare Board and NSA. Don Newmark capably headed the council this year from room 2 Eshleman where a valiant battle always raged to find room in the tiny space to carry out the duties of the council. LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Davis, Lloyd Rolfe, Hubert Dieden, George Fouke, Harry Keaton, Beverly Wemett, Lydia Gans. ETHEL NEESE, President of WAA. WAA COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: Joyce Reeves, Ethel Neese, Barbara Sturtevant, Jane Dahl- quist. BACK ROW: Marva Terwilliger, Doreen Lindsay, Mary Lou Norrie, Joan Pawson. CAPABLY leading Women ' s Athletic Association through the 1949-50 year was Ethel Neese. Some of her many tasks have been to preside over all WAA Council meetings, speak at programs ( " when asked " ), and serve on all committees connected with WAA. An athlete as well as a leader, Ethel is an outstanding swimmer and hockey and tennis player. Perpetually in the gym or cafeteria, she has a well-beaten path between the two. TAKING time out from their active sports tion and play times such as swimming in the rain, the WAA Council finds time to present a High School Sports Day, a swimming pageant, and a bi-annual Tri- Sports Day. Claiming the largest membership of any single activity on campus, the WAA activities have been headed by Ethel Neese all year. Field Week, a climax to all activities, is ended by a banquet at which all of the awards are given. wow ' s ATHLETIC council. Typical of the WAA members dubbed " ducks " because they like to swim in the rain. 128 MANAGERS of the different sports sponsored by the WAA are on the Interclass Board. The board runs the sports and also gives out the awards at the end of the semester. A first team award is given to all outstanding girls, and the All-Cal award is given to top players. THE Intramural Board consists of managers of sports, and house and living group representatives. These girls run the four competitive sports tourna- ments each semester and award trophies on point systems. Participation and ability are considered for the awards for which houses strive. The mem- bers of the board coordinate these activities and stimulate interest among participants. FRONT ROW, left to right: Jane Dahlguist, Marylee Beyer, Shirley Meissin, Hales Baker. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Norrie, Lu Allen, Shirley Ellis. BACK ROW: Harriet Huguenin, Jean McClure, Ellie Meyer. FRONT ROW, left to right: Lynda Wheelright, Mary Lou Willis, Miss Gilcoyne, Joan Murray, Wendy Okell. BACK ROW: Phyllis Means, Barbara Wellhouse, Nancy Gawne, Joan Weeks, Virginia Crombie. Tennis is just one of the many sports activities available to women under the WAA program. 129 PUBLICATIOnS VERNE STADTMAN, Chairman of Publications Council, is strictly a publications man. With a background as Daily Cal managing editor he hopes to continue in the paper field after graduation. PUBLICATIOnS council. ONE of the most active organizations on campus is Publica- tions Council, the governing body for all campus publications, coordinating and regulating their policies. Under the tion of Publications Council are the Daily Californian, Pelican, California Engineer, the Occident, and the Blue and Gold, as well as the Advertising Service Bureau. In addition to the func- tion of coordinating these publications into a compact and profitable organization, the council has charge of Eshleman Library. Eugene Borson Lynne Browne John Burr Dick Hafner Ken Hambrick Don Haworth Larry John Ken Kolb Gene Kramer Charles Lumbard Varley McBeth Gene McGeorge Don Porter Bob Slate Verne Stadtman Dick Wyman George Yamaguchi 132 Marian King, Phyllis Barlow, and Betty Phillips are indispensable to all pjublications workers. Wally Fredericks, Director of Publications, the affable guide of Eshleman ' s inner sanctum. Time out in Pub Office to decorate the Christmas tree and pose for this picture. Bill Berk, Assistant Director of Publications. Phyllis Barlow, Secretary to Publications Director. GWEN HANSON KEN HAMBRICK MARIE AGUILAR Associate Manager Manager Assistant Manager BLUE IIII1D GOLD " IT ' S a nifty in fifty " were the cries sent echoing over Eshleman Court by the Blue and Gold managerial staff. High class ship and the hustle and bustle of the office staff were all a part of the work of putting out this year ' s edition. People who wanted pictures and people who definitely didn ' t want pictures kept the staff jumping as they worked on doing a successful job of helping get the Blue and Gold off to the student body. JUNIOR MANAGERS—Upper Picture: Pat Henry and Lou more. LOWER PICTURE: Rod Rehfield and Janis Schneider. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS, left to right: Bev McDonnell, Sue Crothers, Nancy Hicking, Betty Yater, Barbara Ravn, Joan Molinari, Jan Matthew, Marilyn Moser, Diana Grosse, Marilyn Tupper. BLUE AND GOLD FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Marylee Freethy, Nancy Crown, Gwen Leavett, Jean Feltham, Romalyn Finley, Edena Carlson. OND ROW: Rollin Post, Elizabeth McElray, Eleanor Bakosh, Nancy Wellman, Eileen Flaherty, Betty Ann Smith, Patricia BACK ROW: Evelyn Mar, Allice Hall, Dave Waters, James Conner, Peggy Richards. MAIlAGERIAL STAFF Shop early and buy your Blue and Gold from a celebrity. Here Clint Evans and Ky Ebright do the honors. 135 BLUE 1111D GOLD EDITORIAL STAFF THAT ghostly echo from past years, " This time we have to make the dead- line, " assailed the ears of the 1949-1950 Editorial Staff the minute they took over at I I OB Eshleman. It mocked them with the failures of other lute staffs and dared them to beat the jinx. They took the phrase to heart and repeated it at every meeting. The book would not only be " Nifty in Fifty " but out on time as well. Staff members cut every corner possible, tried not to moan over the sacrifices which had to be made and strove to meet their goal. Fitting all of Cal ' s many organizations into limited space, getting all pictures taken by the middle of February and making sure that all the thousands of names appearing in the book were correctly spelled were but a few of the tasks which faced them. " All work and no play " does not characterize Editorial Staff, however, and members took time out for jokes, many " coffee times " in Bears Lair and the final fling of the Appoint- ments Banquet in May. When this was written Editorial was still straining towards their goal. Now we all know the outcome. JUNIOR EDITORS LEFT TO RIGHT: Marty Pletcher, Lois Schrager, Joan Crawford, Phyllis Foster. Paul Buechner is absent. SOPHOMORE EDITORS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Del Fisher, Mary Lou Willis, Kathy Olson, Barbara Clayton, Bea Sandy, Joan Carr, Jerry Flieder. 136 MARION PIERCE DON HAWORTH LOIS RIVER Associate Editor Editor Associate Editor ROSEMARY SHULL Sports Editor SPORTS STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Louise Helen Baer. BACK ROW: David Stepanck, mond Alexander, Gary Kaveney. FRESHMAN STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Lillian Schafer, Inge Bargild, Lillian Karlotski, Coralie George, Davis. SECOND ROW: Carol Tate, Lucy Watson, Nancy Raab, Helen Baer, Nancy Colby, Bartlett. THIRD ROW: Patty Schumacher, Louise Macfarland, Diane Cox, Jacqueline Stultz, Phyllis Ross, Norma Ritter. BACK ROW: Paul Jack A. Farley, Gary Kaveney, Raymond ander. I 37 BOB SLATE, Fall Manager. JOHN BURR, Spring Manager. DICK DEWEY, Advertising Manager. DAILY CALIFORMAll JUNIOR MANAGERS—FRONT ROW, left to right: Velora Hieb, June Stephens. BACK ROW: Ted Savetnick, Jack Martsolf, Howard Neal. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS—FRONT ROW, left to right: Greta Johansen, Joanne Lurker, Elaine Hartgogian. BACK ROW: Peggy Gallagher, Art Strand. 138 RALPH KUNKEE, Production iVlailager MARIEANN GILLIGAN, Promotion Manager MARIE WELCH, Survey Director MAIMIGERIAL STAFF PEGGE MALSOR, Assistant Survey Director SOLICITING, laying out ads, and handling business affairs kept members of Daily Cal managerial staff well employed. Manager Bob Slate was a typical driver—always worrying about meeting expenses, " this here and that there, " and the " little woman " was often found patiently waiting when he was detained at the office. Coordinating the different staffs and keeping them happy was the job of Production Manager Ralph Kunkee. Advertising Man- ager John Burr, the " gismo " with the southern drawl, was ever hurrying in the ads. It ' s rumored that the many parties at his apartment left the nearby babies crying and neighbors complain- ing. The efficient, unassuming and helpful " mother hen " was Marieann Gilligan, promotional manager, whose favorite expres- sion was " keep it clean. " DAILY CALIFORNIAN FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL STAFF FRESHMAN MANAGERS—FRONT ROW, left to right: Marilyn Johnson, Nancy MacQuire, Billie Wood, Joanne Beresford. BACK ROW: Bob Carr, Ernie Dickson, Jim Cooley, Don Marans. SHIRLEY YOUNG, Assistant Production Manager, and MARY ANGELO, Assistant Promotion Manager 139 DAILY CALIFORIllAll EDITORIAL STAFF GENE KRAMER DICK HAFNER FRANK FINNEY VERNE STADTMAN Fall Editor Spring Editor Spring Assistant Editor Managin g Editor LIFE begins with the Daily Cal! The one bright spot in the otherwise dismal morning of the Cal student is the appearance of the Monarch of the College Dailies. Nothing but the best for Cal students as the Daily Cal rates " All American ' ' according to the Associate Collegiate Press. Sporting blacker type this term, the Daily Cal changed the name of the student sound-off column from the " Ice Box ' ' to the more sedate " Letters to the Editor. " News is now secured from the Associated Press teletype, and many more pictures march across the Monarch ' s pages. the neophytes of the daily learn the ropes tackling smaller stories, and win higher positions due to their initiative and ability. The added zest to the staff members is an occasional party to get their minds off dummies and deadlines. 140 BOB LYNNE Fall City Editor HEIDI ROLLER Associate Managing Editor HARRY I EATON Telegraph Editor RICHARD E. RICHMAN Spring City Editor SENIOR NIGHT EDITORS FRONT ROW, left to right: Harry Lawton, Charlene Contival. BACK ROW: Arnt Froshaug, Fra-.k Finney, Louis Bell. JUNIOR EDITORS LEFT TO RIGHT: Harold Bergstein, Lucille Blancarte, Alva Jean Senzek, Jeannie Hamilton, Dick Hubbell. DAILY CALIFORNIAN FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Joan Miller, Joan Wolfe, Lura Winzler, Barbara Tener, Charlotte Lockner. BACK ROW: Charles T. inghausen, Barnes RizIk, Richard Israel, 141 DAILY CALIFORDIAll SPORTS STAFF SINCE the sports page is usually the first (and sometimes the only) part of the Daily Cal that is read, the hard-working Sports Staff has the job of ing that section both readable and factually correct. Bob Rouse, Fall editor (also known as Rapid Robert), and Al Casty, Spring editor, had the assist- ance of the largest staff in years, twenty members. This staff professes to be the life of the Daily Cal Appointments Banquet and are proud of their advancement from Eshleman League into the UC League. FRONT ROW, left to right: Gordon Zane, Al Casty, Bob Rouse, Chuck Newton, Rick Bennett. SECOND ROW: Ray Gillies, Bob Fleming, Sam Winnikoff, Merilyn Phillips, Ron Fimrite, Jim Paul. BACK ROW: Ted Saenger, Gus Stevens, Glenn Nelson, Paul lace, Bob Wale. BOB ROUSE Sports Editor BOB BEETEM Art Editor, Daily Cal ART STAFF BEING light headed is the of the Daily Cal Art Staff. These are the ple who keep Cal readers chuckling as they thumb through their morning edi- tions. FRONT ROW, left to right: Fred Reichman, Bob Beetem. BACK ROW: Rick Bennett, Norman Samuelson, Ed Minasian. 142 FRONT ROW, left to right: Jack Rogers, Danny Kaplan, Eleanore Chalmers, Don Noakes. BACK ROW: Eleanor DeMaris, Joan Erickson, Caroline Edmonds, Dolores Pynch, Joanne Jepson. 143 AD SERUM BUREAU THE campus advertising agency, Ad Service Bureau, obligingly handles copy, layouts, and letters for any campus activity. able practical experience is provided for future advertisers by the work of this group. It is debatable, however, whether it is this or the frequent beer busts which attract bureau members. FRONT ROW, left to right: Sally Taylor, Bev Larson, Bill Anderson, Shiela Beck. SECOND ROW: Patricia Durnford, Betty Rajcich, Merrill Conaway, Lucy Avilla, Bart Miller. BACK ROW: Larry John, Lee Lellep, Grace Millick, Fleur Laird, Donald Manhard. SHIELA BECK Chairman ELEANORE CHAMBERS and DANNY KAPLAN Co-chairman ART BUREAU IN charge of campus art work, Art Bureau paints posters while serenaded by the neighboring band and interrupted by the comings and goings of ASUC pho- tography department. CALIFOR11111 EllGICIEER EDITORIAL FROM the " sublime to the ridiculous " is the work of Cal Engineers ' Editorial Staff, whose job it is to put out a maga- zine which combines scientific interest with humor. When the staff isn ' t spending its time writing or laying out the " dummy " magazine, they may be seen gaping out of Eshle- man front windows. STAFF THE Women ' s Staff performs many important functions. Besides selling the magazines once a month and taking care of office work, this staff arranges parties, decorates the office, and generally keeps up the editorial morale. FRONT ROW, left to right: Chuck Coulman, Don Porter, George Yamaguchi, Al White, Justin Gershuny, Phil Miller. SECOND ROW: Gene Borson, Larry Werner, Don Peabody, Max Thomas, Dean Carl. BACK ROW: Hans Mark, Dick Wyman. DON PORTER GENE BORSON JOAN HOFFMAN 144 FRONT ROW, left to right: Virginia Diepenbroch, Martha MacKenzie, Joan Hoffman, Eleanor Bird, Mary Lou Jennings, Arden Peterson. SECOND ROW: Edda Davis, Ann Adams, Janet Burke, Jane Frank, Lorene Townsend, Nadia Matisov, Aileen Toner, Claire Braun. BACK ROW: Mary Ann Ambrosini, Jean Lyne, Joan Parsons, Betty Hoare, Frances Larson, Betty Cereghino, Mari lyn Rowles. FRONT ROW: Lynne Brown. BACK ROW, left to right: Varley McBeth, Dale Joe, John Kaufmann. OCCIDEV TO the potential writer on the campus the California Occident offers the perfect opportunity, for the Occident publishes twice a year the best in student literature. One of the primary tives of the .-t-a-FF was to put out a book which would appeal to most every group on campus. Satisfied with a permanent style after much experimentation. a)i attention was turned to editing the material and putting the book i-o press. A competent job of edit- ing was done by Lynne Brown in the fall and Dale Joe in the spring. VARLEY McBETH Fall Manager EVELYN BROWN Fall Editor DALE JOE Spring Editor 145 CALIFORMA HIGHLIGHT of Ed Staff ' s year was a slight brush with the University adminis- tration over the literary quality of the jokes. Spring Editor Gil Lombard claims that Pelly is " NOW the cleanest college humor magazine in the country. " John Sparey and Tom Roberts of Art Staff carried the burden of illustrating the periodical, but the new cover contest relieved that part of the load. Perennial features like " Coming Atrocities " and " Between Classes " continued to delight readers. Selling was handled as usual by the Women ' s Staff. Under the expert di- rection of Kay Byard in the Fall and Bev Bender in the Spring, Pelly girls scoured the campus searching for weak-willed students who hadn ' t paid their quarter. Manager PETE OPPENHEIM as well as being head money manipulator kept the office alive(?) with his sparkling wit. KEN KOLB, Pelly ' s talented editor, was noted for his to sleep while someone was talking to him. PELICAN FRESHMAN WOMEN ' S STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Britz, Bender, Balch, Byard, Kelly, Loomis, Pinger, Brown, Albright, Hinton, Blough, Young. SECOND ROW: Scarich, Haughiam, Ravghback, Herman, Giordanino, Grossman, Maziaras, Emmons, Heinig, Rawlings, Gillette, Kilkka, Fratixs, Alexander, Howard, Finstead, Christensen, Gabrielson, Schade. THIRD ROW: Zuber, Freese, Rehsif, Letson, Mauer, Herzig, Ellis, Mata, Ransdell, Silliw, Balfour, Holmes, Grout, Schuler, Beale, Berlinski, Seyman, Crary, Radford. FOURTH ROW: Tindell, Schulz, Juren, Silverman, Chen, Walters, Ecrup, Cooper, Bankroft, Srivir, Kaiser, Codino, Lluhcs, Musselman, Watson, Peterson, Gallagher, Nordholm. FIFTH ROW: Spencer, Carson, Rsen, Storm, Larson, Richardson, Smith, Schlichter, van der Zee, Deitterlie, Boyd, Day, Htrowyah, Eckerman, Cole, O ' Donnell, Frost, Nicchia, Williams. SIXTH ROW: Brown, Schultz, Kurtz, Bauuke, Maier, Ycam, Heller, Sampson, Downie, Thoma, Carbeiner, Skogstrom, Smith, Locke, Corcoran, Overdick, Verret, Liddell, Kennard. SEVENTH ROW: Brooks, Regarchs, Stoffelx, Hallenbeck, Howard, Woollsey, Levy, Lane, Rehctelp, Lusnow, Draylor, Sackett, Sinclaire, Shannon, Waugh, Claire. BACK ROW: Garrett, Filmer, Sugarman, Boyle, Gilmore, Heinz, Donnelly, Hind, Gauck, Ballard, Gross, Burkland. PELICAll MARY ROTHNEY, Advertising Manager LARRY JOHN, Manager. " RAIN, rain, go away, we want the Pelly to fly today " could possibly be the cry of managerial staff during the local rainy season. The staff not only kept busy on the selling end of the publication but promoted the Maid of Cotton contests on campus, too. It was the brains of managerial staff which spired Percy Pelican, the new photo feature of the zine. Managerial also operates outside the Berkeley campus area. Magazines go to Santa Barbara, San Francisco State, San Mateo, and Davis. This year ' s top achievement was reached in the months of November, December, and ary by selling issues. WOMEN ' S Staff again sponsored the Cal entrant in the Maid of Cotton contest. For their work the girls were warded by a breakfast at the Claremont every semester as well as a " super deluxe, extra special " appointments banquet. KAY BYARD, Fall Women ' s Director. BEVERLY BENDER, Spring Women ' s Director. FRONT ROW, left to right: Liz Stetson, Bev Bender, Kay byard, Joan Young, Roberta Bough. BACK ROW: Gil Lombard, John Sparey, Don Johnson, Ken Kolb, Larry John, Stan Williams, Pete Oppenheim. 147 DRAMA UnIVERSITY TH EATER WINDING up another year of successful productions, members and fans of the University Theater can look back over such pre- sentations as " I Remember Mama, " " The Glass Menagerie, " " The Bacchai " of Euripides, " The Rendezvous " of Senlis, and the tra- ditional Mask and Dagger Review which gives student talent a chance for expression. Ably led by F. 0. Harris, the actors and ac- tresses, directors, stage crew and many others made possible this success. An outstanding leader in University Theater was GEORGE MARCH! who was president of Mask and Dagger. MARION MELBERG has been very active appearing in " Silver Card, " " Desire Under the Elms, " " I Remember Mama " and many more. Secretary of Mask and Dagger and member of Hammer and Dimmer ROBERTA HOLLOWELL appeared as Gertrude in " Hamlet. " PATIENCE HANSEN gave a witty performance as Aunt Trina in " I Remember Mama " and also appeared in " The Women Have Their Way " and the " Sultan of Sulu. " WENDELL DODDS was an actor, director, one-time president of Hammer and Dimmer and vice-president of Thalian. Director of " Skin of Our Teeth " and " Faust " scenes REX FAUBION was a member of Thalian, Hammer and Dimmer, and president of Mask and Dagger. THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES EURIPIDES ' exciting play enchanted California audiences this year as it has other audiences for thousands of years. This mystic dramatization of the ancient Greeks and their gods was presented by night in the Greek Theatre which provided a truly authentic background. The action of the play takes place be- fore the royal palace at Thebes near the tomb of Semele, the mother of Dionysus and daughter of Cadmus. The devotees of Dionysus arrive on the evening of a bacchanalian revel on nearby Mount Cithaeron. The production was ably directed by F. 0. Harris with music composed by Warren Burns, and by Jane Arrabit, assistant director. CAST DIONYSUS GEORGE MARCHI CHORUS—ASIATIC WOMEN LYNN JANICE BURRELL, CHARLENE HILLS, ANNE HOWARD, JOANNE McINTYRE, MARION MEL- BERG TIERESIAS WILLIAM JOHNSTONE CADMUS EDWARD MARKMAN PENTHUS JACK GARBUTT AGAVE SHIRLEY MINTZ SERVANT OF PENTHUS KENNETH McCLELLAN FIRST MESSENGER CHARLES MILOVITCH SECOND MESSENGER HEINIE GUARDS AND ATTENDANTS 151 WILLIAM KELLER BEVERLY KELLER As George As Isabelle CAST ISABELLE BEVERLY KELLER GEORGE WILLIAM KELLER MAITRE D ' HOTEL ALEC ROSS MME. DE MONTALEMBREUSE CARMALITA BENSON PHELEMON .................GEORGE HATCH BARBARA HYPATIA TEAGUE ROBERT ROBERTO ACENEDO THE REIMEUOUS AT sEnus THE first American production of " The Rendezvou at Senlis " was put on by the University Theater in November. The play was written by Jean Anouilh. and as in his other works one finds a hero conflict between the struggle for an ideal and the tion of reality as seen in everyday life with the ily. This leads to the decision to break with the past and to start another life. Beneath the mockery, the cynical brutality and the sarcasm can be felt a deep respect for love and kindness. Anouilh is edly romantic in a world built on dollars and mechan- isms. He unquestionably has the most original matic talent in France today. 152 I REMEMBER MAMA ONE of the outstanding productions of the year was the well-known " I Remember Mama. " This truly man dramatization sent many spectators from the auditorium with tears in their eyes. In spite of many tender moments, however, the play was primarily light and many laughs w ere provided by the pades of the Swedish San Francisco family. Jean Armstrong was especially convincing as the hearted, practical Mama who pretended to be a pital scrub woman in order to get in to see her small daughter and who convinced her family that they had a bank account which didn ' t exist so that they would always feel secure. Dagmar, played by Charlene Hills, provided sideline amusement in her antics with the cat, " Uncle Elizabeth. " JEAN ARMSTRONG as Mama topped The gruff but good-hearted Uncle Chris was the cast. portrayed by RICHARD MATHEWS. KATRIN LYNN ARDEN MAMA JEAN ARMSTRONG PAPA WILLIAM HAYDEN DAGMAR CHARLENE HILLS CHRISTINE BETTY JEAN CHRISTY MR. HYDE KENNETH BUTTERFIELD NELS WILLIAM FARWELL AUNT TRINA PATIENCE HANSEN AUNT SIGRID PENELOPE KERR AUNT JENNY SHIRLEY MINTZ UNCLE CHRIS RICHARD MATHEWS 153 CAST CHARLINE HILLS SHIRLEY MINTZ RICHARD MATHEWS_ BOBBY HOLLOWELL DON HART. JEAN ARMSTRONG VICKI BUTTERFIELD MARGUERITE RAY DICK ANDERSON GEORGE MARCH! LYNN ARDEN REX FAUBION RUTH SEIDLER HEINIE OPP TAKE A RIDE THE glamour of the Ziegfeld Follies, the fun and ar- tistry of a real-life circus, and the appeal of ' ' Winter Garden " motivated the sequences in the seventeenth annual revue of Mask and Dagger dramatics honor society. The theme of ' ' Take a Ride " is a mythical audience participation excursion amid many of the pleasures of the early twenties, with some of the se- quences drawing for background on the pre-flapper era of World War I, 154 MASK ADD DAGGER ' ' TAKE a Ride " was an essentially visual show, with lavish costuming and settings providing colorful backgrounds for the pantomime and accompanying musical numbers. The skits, blackouts, and original music were written and produced entirely by versity students. To quote the program, " This tour is guided by George B. Hatch and we take our cal directions from Alfred Stern assisted by Gordon Duffy and Jon Elkus--Landscapes and sights to see are provided by Clive Justice. " CAST JOHN HETHERINGTON FRED SINCLAIR JANICE BURRELL ANN DENNEY GRIEF MARSHALL ANNE HOWARD DELMA BRUNETTI PENELOPE KERR ROBERT SHOGREN JIM CUNDALL MARION MELBERG GEORGE SPELVIN KEN McCLELLAN YVONNE MARTIN 155 THE GLASS MEllAGRIE Bill Farwell as Tons. Carmalita Benson as Amanda. CAST TOM WINGFIELD WILLIAM FARWELL AMANDA. WINGFIELD CARMALITA BENSON LAURA WINGFIELD PAMELA MARSH JIM O ' CONNOR WILLIAM KELLER THE University Theater got its spring drama season off to an excellent start this year with the production of Tennessee Wil- liams ' " The Glass Menagerie. " The success of this presenta- tion may be credited to the sensitive interpretation rendered by production details and the acting, especially the fine per- formance given by Carmalita Benson in the role of Amanda. This was an extremely challenging role. Amanda, once the belle of her home town, is a middle-aged faded southern beauty, deserted by her husband, living with her crippled daughter and son, who, she fears, will turn out to be like his father. ing refused to face reality, she clings to a world that once was. 156 M SIC ND DEBATE Band is one of the organizations represented on Music Council. Here we see the concert band and a practice in the band ' s lower Eshleman sanctuary. music council. THE " Mr. Anthony " of the ASUC music department was Music Council. Solving problems was not the only function of this group, however, for it also supervised the various activities of music organi- zations, which attempted to awaken the spirit of music on campus. The council itself is composed of representatives from Band, Glee Club, and Treble Clef. It worked hard sponsoring concerts and re- organizing the " song contest, " and a series of " pop concerts " feat- uring the music groups was met by approbation from all. GEORGE HIGHLAND, Chairman of Music Council Treble Clef, seen above, along with Glee Club, not seen, make up two-thirds of Music BILL BERKMAN GEORGE HIGHLAND LOIS KELLER Council ' s representation. DON LYNCH DOTTIE TENNANT CARL TROST 160 FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom Lawrence, Ronald Campbell, George Highland, Lloyd Roberts, Wayne Burns, Max Pausch, Gene Whitney, Donald Pedersen, John F. Louie. SECOND ROW: Andy Garland, Jim Maher, Ernest Babikian, Robert Powell, Bob hart, James DeWitt. THIRD ROW: Rollin Jensen, Allan Stepanek, Henry Schneider, Scott Bybee, Robert Montgomery, Ronald Becker, Cliff Egan, Phil Eaton, Doug Hollenberg. BACK ROW: Bill Fish, Frank Paul, Robert Connett, Hal Thompson, Bill man, Vic Ulmer, Blair Smith, Charles Hobson, Dick Wall, Jerry Raydon. GLEE CLUB THE blue jacketed male Glee Club of the University is well known in the Bay area for outstanding performances—well known on campus for their performance at rallies and campus activities—and well known by Treble Clef for serenades from Senior Men ' s Bench and rollicking parties. Accenting originality and vocal ability, Glee Club cooperated with their female counterpart to put on three successful shows in Wheeler Aud. Under the competent management of Bill Berkman, Glee Club wound up another year " well done. " BILL BERKMAN Glee Club Manager GEORGE HIGHLAND Senior Secretary of Glee Club FRONT ROW, left to right: Jack K. Roberts, Bill Weiss, George Highland, Bob Peck. BACK ROW: Tom DeHaven, Vic Ulmer, Hal Thompson, Hank Leighton. 161 FRONT ROW, left to right: Shirley Pedersen, Bella Chao, Nonni Surges, Barbara Cherney, Lil Williams, Dottie Tennant, Kay mick, Barbara Keasbey, Joan Cherney, Diane Lee Aamoth, Kitty Katz. SECOND ROW: Lois Bowers, Mae Tulnian, Cindy Atchley, Grete Lindeke, Henrietta Kulemin, Florence Dickson, Joyce Evans, Patty Paine, Gwen Finn, Beverly Hardgrove, Sue Martin, Lucretia Zopf. THIRD ROW: Chris Hapke, Janet Lohmeyer, Jeanne Carlton, Dorothy Alford, Emalyn Knapp, Arville Knoche, Lois Keller, Greta Kemp, Barbara Bigelow, Marge Stone, Marlene Paulsen, Millicent Hansen. BACK ROW: Shelly Posey, Carolyn Chase, Audrey son, Patricia Page, Patrecia Paterson, Joan Williams, Kay Wert, Nancy Carlisle, Millie Reasoner, Rosemary Hunt, Peggy Montgomery. TREBLE CLEF THIS year, Treble Clef ' s dream of an office large enough to move around in came true. Their spacious office is shared only with their counterpart, Glee Club. Social activities were highlighted by the Whing-ding, a post-finals celebration, and the yearly formal. A year of diligent work and practice made possible the fall concert, " Face the Music, " presented jointly with Glee Club, and the spring musical which pro- vided University students with top rate musical entertain- ment. DOTTIE Treble Clef Senior Manager KAY DIMMICK Senior Secretary of Treble Clef " Face the Music. " Glee Club and Treble Clef face it together. FACE THE MUSIC THE annual Glee Club and Treble Clef concert, once again amused and entranced Wheeler Hall audiences. Ably directed by Walter Noller, " Face the Music " con- sisted of everything from the traditional " Hail to Cali- fornia " to Mendelssohn ' s ' ' Der Jajer Abschied " and " There ' s Nothing Like a Dame. " Luckily this picture was taken before the back row bench collapsed. This is proof—women don ' t do all the talking. Rehearsal closes with " La Belle Helene. " FRONT ROW, left to right: Evan Goldenberg, Don Lynch, John Achey, Bud Barlow, Al Cavallin, Dave Perkins. SECOND ROW: Robson, Tom Mlcoch, Robert McKinney, Al Downey, Wayne Henderson, Freeman James, Paul Yale, Doc Ryan, Clayton Cabby Plaa, Hubert Marcus. THIRD ROW: Jerome Curtis, Bill Pippin, Ron Rocker, Dave Smith, Everett Currier, Speed Robert Milton Desky, Paul Nelson, Lloyd Regier, Chuck Williams, Bunky Colman. FOURTH ROW: Guy Winton, Walter Marion Gjerdi, James Ridgeway, Ernest Caswell, David Henderson, John Unruh, Thomas Ferguson, Don Kelly, William William Rothaus, Chuck Lawson. FIFTH ROW: Bob Briggs, Hal Martin, Max Horn, Lowell Sparks, Tony Martinez, Eugene Tom True, Jerome Fountain, J. Kapler, Elvo D ' Amante, William Kramer, James Hokanson. SIXTH ROW: James Rice, Carl Bill Ellsworth, Al Banke, Arthur Brown, Curtis Gleason, Jerome Prager, Bill Wilson, John Copren, Philip Wylie, Bob SEVENTH ROW: Bruce Browning, John Hornbook, Gene McKenzie, Bill Innis, Bob Fry, Sy Silver, Dave Cavanaugh, Robert Kinny Griffin, Bo Fabrin. BACK ROW: Don Noakes, Dick Beeler, Charles Preisig, Bob Weaver, James Windsor, Al Carman Vasi, Tom Daane. BIII1D NEW uniforms sparked the 1949-50 season of the band. Undaunted by kidding, band members proclaimed these " bell-hop suits " the most comfortable yet—admitting, however, that the color combination was bad. Harding working and high spirited the band played a musical part in all of Cal ' s victories. Ever ready to provide music or antics, the band performed at all major athletic contests, university meetings, and was perhaps at its best for rallies. FRONT ROW, left to right: Fran McMorran, Anita Hochfeld, Gene Morrison, Clary Heller, Marge Goodwin, Helen Crane, Nolze. SECOND ROW: Beth Lewis, Jean Ferri, Marilyn Mason, Wolfgang Kummer, Gwen Finn, Joan Oakholt, Allison THIRD ROW: Pat Fanning, Ray Smith, Ray Pimentel, Don DeJerf, Chuck Harrison, Hugh Penman, Betsy Forsyth. BACK ROW: Miller, Andre Tolpegin, Larry Holland, Myron Probert. THE purpose of Symphony Forum is to create interest in music, in particular, that of the San Francisco Symphony. To fulfill this purpose the forum handles distribution of tickets for Thursday night concerts, conducts forums to pre- sent guest artists of the symphony, obtains outstanding musical personages for weekly meetings, and maintains a record lending library. Weekly five o ' clock meetings may find Symphony Forum members listening to Dave Brubeck or meeting Pierre Monteux. SYMPHODY FORUM CLARY HELLER Chairman of Symphony Forum UMUERSITY CHORUS A DOUBLE benefit is derived by University Chorus members who have the joy of a cal activity and two units credit besides. The Christmas Univer sity meeting was enjoyed by all who managed to hear it. Their activities came to a grand finale again this year with the appearance with the San Francisco Sym- phony Orchestra. Professor Ed Lawton, director of University Chorus, has led the chorus for several years. Practice makes perfect, and University Chorus members spend Tuesday and Thursday nights in Cal Hall to meet this end. UMUERSITY SYMPHODY A practice of the University Symphony is being enjoyed by as many students as can crowd around. ALTHOUGH to many of us the word hearse " is a fatal word, to the members of University Symphony it means enjoyment. Over sixty students make up the orchestra class which was little known until its magical appearances at Wheeler Auditorium. These musically-minded students have found real enjoyment in symphony participation and have passed it on to us. University Symphony Director Kurt Herbert Adler presented two concerts and played at the University Christmas meeting. 166 THE record of the 1949-50 year is an out- standing one for Varsity Debate. After pre- liminary practice for one semester the de- baters went into action. In February three outstanding members, Franklin Walder, Wer- ner Wolfin, and Frederick Harvey, were sent on an eastern tour to debate at nine colleges, Harvard, Princeton, and West Point. Simul- taneously, Dick Miller and Stephen Sosnich were sent to Hawaii to compete at the Uni- versity area. UARSITY DEBATE RICHARD MILLER, debate commissioner, was a top bater, sharp witted, and an asset to the team. FRONT ROW, left to right: Jim Goodwin, Saachi Masoaka, George Dibbs, June Ward, Jerry Lackner, Mr. R. B. Wilson, Faculty Advisor; Dick Miller, Chairman; Joe Grodin, Joyce Kislitzen, Pat McGahey, Marc Gittlesohn. BACK ROW: Yale Lyman, Steve Sosnick, Fred Harvey, Werner Wolfen, Armando del Torts, Bob Kronas, Don Cahen, Al Broussard, Conrad Rosemont, Vic Appel, Joe Ashheim, Max Zelikowski, Dave Rappaport. EXPERIENCE is the main goal for Junior Var- sity debaters who hope to eventually take their place on the Varsity Debate team. A great deal of freshman talent is on the team. Debaters like Bill Sprigue, Floyd Lawson, and Dan Sharp were champion debaters in high school. Most of the debating is done on the campus as the junior varsity team is not a traveling team. Members compete with rep- resentatives from local schools, JC ' s, state colleges, and junior varsity teams from other schools. JEROME A. LACKNER, debate coach, was a leader who set an excellent example for his team. JUMOR VARSITY DEBATE FRONT ROW, left to right: Ray Weitzer, Jim Ritch, Carol Fudge, Paul Goland, Nordstrom Johnson. BACK ROW: Maurice O ' Connell, George Coleman, Dan Sharp, Jerome Lackner. 167 ROTC MILITARY STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Currier, Dorney, Williams, Strong, Detwiler, Heltzel, Olson, Youens. SECOND ROW: Cochran, Mattison, Costello, Gordon, Tison, Lea, Bennett, Ford. THIRD Huntley, Alloway, Hasty, Wood, Vick, Griess, Meyer, Dronberger, Kelly, Ralph. FOURTH ROW: Pietras, Dineley, Sowers, Otis, McGuyer, Pfister, Winters, Pogue. FIFTH ROW: Firth, Simi, Franklin, Baker, Ostertag, Edwards, Moses. SIXTH ROW: Hudgens, Bowling, Robbins, Vermillion, Grant, Daniels, Dunham. BACK ROW: Shaver, Myers, Jennings, Stopfer, Hunt. STUDENT OFFICERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Woosley, Sheffield, Wulbern, Harp, Adams, Ford, Rupprecht, Blanc, Rehfeld, Brown, Heiner. SECOND ROW: Clausen, Flood, Jacuzzi, Hobbs, Carpenter, Moulthrop, Kuhns, McKimmins, Middleton, Granfield, Nedham, THIRD ROW: Ahlgren, Fansier, Stetson, Gladstein, Schoonover, Gilbert, Wacks, Weinberg, Baker, Wollenberg, Cameron. FOURTH ROW: Mackey, Shimmons, Paulson, Orr, Haskett, Oppenheim, Fischer, Pressler, Forster, Hanger, Bitgood. FIFTH ROW: Cotter, Rush, Wahrer, Andersen, Shaupp, Berkman, Handcock, Davis, Nelson. SIXTH ROW: Metz, Sumner, Reichert, inson, Rach, Goldenberg, Lewis, Hutcherson, Moser, Cappa. SEVENTH ROW: Cushman, Serres, Menzies, Oliverio, Hailing, Gong. BACK ROW: Hyerle, Wetch, Mallory, Zentner, Lam, Waters, Trigueiro, Ilyin, Rowell, Houston. ARMY ROTC THE Army Reserve Officers ' Training Corps has a very complete program which includes drill, supply, tactics, and other phases of mili- tary training. COLONEL HAROLD P. DETWILER NAVAL STAFF OFFICERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Moore, Nimitz, Carlisle, Hanson, Speer. BACK ROW: Dotson, Morrisey, Gulmon, Bishop. NAVAL STUDENT OFFICERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Morris, Rush, Davis, Mulvany, Stewart, Dresser, Macfie, Strawn. BACK ROW: Roche, Reynolds, McDonald, Nelson, Krohn, McCormick, Bouquet. THE Navy ROTC, in addition to its training cur- riculum, has many pleasant activities such as the annual Ring Dance and the summer cruises. nAuy ROTC CAPTAIN HAROLD CARLISLE ATHLETICS ATHLETICS SITTING, left to right: Frank Angelo, Dick Wrestler, Manager; Oski, Bert Ballard, Glenn Strahl. STANDING: Ed Lee, Russ Young, Oski leading the famous Oski Yell. Bill Berger, George Heuer. 175 Chalk talk to coaching staff. Left to right: Manolis, Grant, Manske, Price, Tessier, Waldorf, Fry, Chovanes, Chaney, Van Deren. Head Coach Lynn " Pappy " Waldorf is the new president of the Football Coaches ' Association. 1949 UFIRSITY UNDISPUTED PCC Champions—Rose Bowl representative for the second consecutive year. The 1949 varsity was the greatest football machine that Waldorf has produced in his three years of coaching in Berkeley. The grid experts had picked the Bears to finish at the best third in the conference because of the key losses by graduation and injuries of many of last year ' s top men. But this team surprised everyone. For ten consecutive Saturdays they played hard, winning football, and at the end of the season the AP sports writers tabbed the 1949 varsity third in the nation. MANAGERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Ruben, McCant, Moore, Venling, Hill. BACK ROW: Zografos, Mackey, Dailey, Mathews. MISSING: Crawford, Leone, Sutliff. Howard Mackey was a very capable and efficient Senior Manager. FRONT ROW, left to right: Carl Van Heuit, Bill Montagne, Rod Franz, Bob Dodds, Ray De Jong. SECOND ROW: Ed Bartlett, Baldwin, Rube Navarro, Gerald Scott, Roy Ward, George Laster, Eugene Nelson. THIRD ROW: Les Richter, Don Robison, Monachino, Pete Schabarum, Frank Humpert, Jim Price, Len Jones, Bob Minahen. FOURTH ROW: Charlie Harris, Roger Bob Cummings, Charlie Fox, Charlie Erb, Eric Schultz, Ray Solari. FIFTH ROW: Dan Begovich, Dick Groger, Forrest Klein, LemMon. George Souza, George Stathakis, Jack Swaner, Jim Turner, Norm Pressley. BACK ROW: Frank Brunk, Bob Celeri, Cullom, Herb Schmalenberger. PCC STANDINGS W L T CALIFORNIA 7 0 0 UCLA 5 2 0 STANFORD 4 2 0 USC 4 2 0 OREGON STATE 5 3 0 BOB CELERI AND JIM CULLOM OREGON 2 5 0 Truck, a tackle, holds the PCC PAT record of 26. Bootleg WASHINGTON 2 5 0 Bob has broken nine individual California offensive records this season and help set three team records. Both received WASHINGTON STATE 2 6 0 considerable All-America mention. IDAHO I 4 0 MONTANA 0 3 0 Defensive halfback CARL VAN HEUIT won the Ken Cotton last year as a Rambler. 179 It looks easy as Charlie Erb sneaks over for a TD from the Bronco three to make the score 21-7. Hennessy (89) is too late to Erb from the rear. Notice the key blocks by De Jong (66) and Scott (12). " OUR quarterbacks are good passers, " said Waldorf before the game, and Erb and Celeri bore him out by passing six times for 132 yards. Santa Clara scored first on a 58-yard march following the opening kickoff. Then Celeri engineered a drive which ended with Montagne going over from the one. Erb passed to Sarver for a sec- ond touchdown, and sneaked over a third. The Broncos went on to finish a successful season with a victory over Kentucky in the Orange Bowl. BEARS 21 BROI1COS 7 PAUL BALDWIN This defensive halfback returned a punt 67 yards for a TD in the Oregon game. Paul is a of UCLA ' s All-American end, Burr. Tackle HERB SCHMALENBERGER was a good team player Sophomore center DICK GROGER developed into a and dependable in the clutch. very good linebacker. 180 Sarver carries the ball on a kickoff return as Monachino (35), Schabarum (32), and Cullom (77) block. This drive started on the twenty and ended with the first touchdown of the second half. BEARS 29 GAELS 7 THE Galloping Gaels couldn ' t keep up with Charlie Sarver, who scored two touchdowns himself and passed to Schabarum for a third. The Moragans ' only TD came on a kickoff return in the third quarter. The defensive unit scored as Jones and Souza dropped Jarvis for a safety. The last score of the game was the climax of a 64-yard drive engineered by Erb. An impressed St. Mary ' s squad chose Franz, Turner, Richter, and Sarver on their All-Opponent team. JIM MONACHINO This all-around back was the Coast ' s leading scorer with 13 touchdowns. Another new face in the lineup was defensive Starting guard, RAY DE JONG was one of the best guard RAY SOLARI. blockers on the team. 181 An unidentified Beaver got nowhere on this punt return; DeJong (66), Monachino (35) and All-American Guard Rod Franz (67) were there to make sure. BEARS 41 BONERS 0 BILL MONTAGNE, one of the five offensive backs used in the USC game, was used chiefly on fense this season. THE Beavers were routed at Portland as the Bears scored almost at will. Sarver alone accounted for 116 yards and three touchdowns. Monachino and Norgren received passes for two more TDs and Erb drove for another. The hard tackling of the defensive team, which held the Beavers to 161 yards, was instrumental in California ' s first conference victory. Later in the season, OSC surprised the experts when they defeated a highly regarded Michigan State College team by a very narrow margin. FRANK HUMPERT was switched to linebacker from end Stanford Scout Mal Edward said that BOB DODDS was one of the and became one of our better linebackers. best defensive guards he had seen this season. 182 TO PLAY MINUTES SECONDS DOWN TAROS TOGO Schabarum carried the ball on the play before the first Cal touchdown. Pete received a leg injury later in the game which kept him out of the USC game. BEARS 35 BADGERS 20 CALIFORNIA ' S fourth victory of the season over Wisconsin gave them a three-to-one edge in this intersectional series. Celeri paced the team by passing four times for 103 yards while Monachino and Sarver were the big guns of the ground attack. For the first three quarters the two teams were evenly matched, but Erb ' s touchdown pass to Brunk put the Bears in front to stay. The price of victory was high as All-Coast candidate Charlie Sarver was lost for the season. CHARLIE SARVER, sidelined since the sin game, received the Ken Cotton award this year. End ROY WARD ' S spectacular catch of a 34•yard pass in the Linebacker FORREST KLEIN was selected to NEA ' s All- UCLA game marked him as a man to watch next year. American defensive team. 183 Jerry Scott runs five yards for a first down on the Washington 49 -yard line in this first quarter play. The tackle was made by Olson. BEARS 21 HUSKIES 7 CELERI ' S passing and running was the factor that gave the Bears their sixth win of the season. The great quarterback ran 49 yards for California ' s first touchdown and drove through the Washington defense all afternoon. Scott went 19 yards for the second down and Robison dashed 46 yards for the third Bear score. The Huskies only score came from a 76-yard march in the closing utes of the game. Carl Van Heuit ' s defensive play was outstanding; he recovered one fumble and intercepted three passes—two within the five-yard line. 64, QB CHARLES ERB, son of the Wonder Team quarterback, put in another good season for the Bears. LES RICHTER, sophomore center, was mentioned on the All-Far West team. Tackle LEN JONES ' good spirit and fine play was a morale raising factor. 184 Frank Brunk seems to be headed into a blind alley on this play. The ferocious Bear on the far left is All-American guard Rod Franz. BEARS 33 COUGARS 14 BOB CELERI broke two California records in the WSC game. One was the total offense record for three years and the other was the seasonal offensive record. Celeri passed 99 yards for two touch- downs with Monachino and Begovich on the receiving end. Charley Erb stole " Bootleg " Bob ' s thunder when he ran 18 yards around right end for Cal ' s fifth and last touchdown. This game also marked Jack Swaner ' s first appearance of the season; he carried the ball once for four yards. Fullback PETE SCHABARUM was one of the few triple-threat men in the backfield. Fleet JERRY SCOTT could always be relied upon for extra yardage. Giant end BOB MINAHEN was equally good on both offense and defense. 185 Don Rogers (25) and Volney Peters (77) stop Brunk on the California 20. Left End Harold Hatfield (85) is too late to lend assistance. BEARS 16 ALTHOUGH still plagued by an unrelenting injury list, the Bears humbled the Trojans with a 16- I 0 defeat. In the scoreless first quar- ter, Cal drove down to the eleven-yard line but the Trojans held. The Bears scored in the second quarter on a short pass from Celeri to Minahen. Cullom ' s conversion gave the Bears a 7-0 yead which they held until the fourth period when the Trojans bunched ten quick points on a touchdown, a conversion and a field goal for a 10-7 lead. End ED BARTLETT was another welcome addition from last year ' s Frosh team. Halfback JOHN PAPPA, a transfer from Sacramento JC, was one of the fastest men on the squad. 186 FRANI BRUNK ' S 102-yard touchdown run tied with the conversion in the Ohio State-Michigan game for being the most dramatic of the year. Frank Brunk gets set to block out Bill Martin (44) as Jim Monachino goes around left end for a short gain. TROJAH 10 WITH six minutes of the fourth quarter gone, Brunk took a kickoff two yards behind the Bear goal line and raced 102 yards for a touchdown to tie the stadium record for length of kickoff returns. Cullom converted, making it UC 14, USC 10. Just before the final gun, Ed Bartlett nailed USC ' s Wilbur Robertson in the end zone for a safety which snuffed out any further USC threat and insured the ultimate California victory. DON ROBISON was the Bear ' s best punter with an impressive 43.6-yard season average. WALLY LASTER was another JC transfer who made End DICK LEM MON, a Rambler standout last year, good with the Bears. was good on both offense and defense. 187 Fourth and one—so Bob Celeri sneaks over to make the second touchdown of the third quarter. This 53-yard drive resulted in a 27-14 lead for California. BEARS 35 BRums 21 TO stop UCLA we had to stop Ernie Johnson and Cliff Schroeder. The situation looked bad in the first half as UCLA went ahead 14-7 on a 62-yard Johnson to Wilkinson pass play, but Monachino ' s down just before the half ended tied the score 14-14. In the third period Cal scored twice; Celeri passed to Brunk for a touchdown after Klein ' s pass interception, and Richter ' s fumble recovery set up the other. The fourth quarter saw two more TDs—one by each team. Co-captain JIM TURENER was named to the INS offensive All-American team. LYLE NELSON, reserve tackle, was one of the 23 graduating seniors on the squad. 188 End NORM PRESSLEY was another member of Waldorf ' s " injured knee " club. Bob Sanders (45) is stopped by the defensive unit for no gain. This was typical of the progress of Oregon ' s running attack against the rugged defense unit. BEARS 41 DUCKS 14 THIS grudge game between last year ' s conference co-champions was won handily by the Bears despite Woodley Lewis ' running and Earl Stelle ' s passing. Monachino was Cal ' s offensive star as he ran for 77 yards and three touchdowns. The defensive team got into the act when Baldwin ran a punt return 67 yards for a TD, and Schultz scored on a pass interception. After the game, Oregon coach Aiken said that the Bears had the best defensive line he had faced this season. DAN BEGOVICH caught a 12-yard pass for the first TD of the Oregon game. Sophomore GEORGE STATHAKIS became starting center in his first year of varsity ball. End GEORGE SOUZA was a giant on defense but was out much of the season with an injury. 189 Monachino scores the hard way—through the middle of the Stanford line. Jim also carried the ball 20 times for 189 yards for a 9.5 average. BEARS 33 THE Big Game was even bigger this year. A Stanford victory would give the Indians a chance to go to the Rose Bowl. Celeri ' s leg injury precluded the use of his bootleg play, so the Bears had to rely on their ground attack to win. California scored first on a 55-yard aerial to Monachino. Cullom missed the conversion so White ' s touchdown run and Kerkorian ' s PAT gave Stanford a one-point margin which they held until the half. Co-captain ROD FRANZ is the coast ' s only three time All-American 190 OFFENSIVE TEAM LINE: re, Pressley; rt, Turner; rg, Franz; c, Stathakis; Ig, De Jong; It, Cullom; le, Begovich. BACKFIELD: rh, Monachino; f, Schabarum; q, Celeri; lh, Brunk. Jack Swaner powers over for one of his three Big Game touchdowns. The three Stanford tacklers don ' t seem to be enjoying the ride. moms 1a THE Bears came to life in the third quarter when Swaner went over from the six, but Southwood ' s touchdown put the Indians in front again 14-12. Monachino ran 85 yards on the first scrimmage after the kickoff to set up another Cal TD, Swaner taking it from there. On the first play of the fourth quarter Swaner made his third TD of the game. With 26 seconds left in the game Erb sent Monachino over from the one to make the final score 33-14. DEFENSIVE TEAM LINE: re, Bartlett; rt, Jones; rg, Dodds; Ig, Klein; It, Muehlberger; le, Minahen. BACKFIELD: Ib, Schultz; hb, Montagne; hb, Van Heuit; hb, Baldwin; Ib, Humbert. Halfback JACK SWANER was out most of the season with a knee injury but played in the last three games. 191 The Ohio State Marching Band performs on the field while the California card section forms a tribute to All-American Rod Franz. THE Western Conference made it four in a row over the PCC in the Rose Bowl with Ohio State ' s 17-14 victory over California. The game was tied until the final minutes until Hague ' s field goal gave the Buckeyes their margin of victory. The Bears took the lead in the second quarter on a touch- down run by Monachino, but Morrison ' s TD early in the third period tied the score, 7-7. Krall ' s TD gave Ohio a seven-point lead which they held until Monachino ' s 44-yard touchdown run tied the score again. The fourth quarter was one of sustained marches. The Bears had hope in the final minutes until Celeri ' s bad punt gave the Buckeyes the ball on the California 13-yard line. Ohio tried to make a touchdown, but couldn ' t get past Van Heuit. Then the Buckeyes tried an old pro trick, an illegal substitution to put the ball in position for a field goal. The kick was good and the game ended, 17- 14. Monachino and Van Heuit received the Vard Stockton Award, donated by the Southern Seas, for being the best California players on offense and defense, respectively, in the Rose Bowl. In the first quarter, Monachino sprints outside left end for ten yards and a first down. Magic Eye Sequence: California ' s second touchdown. (1) With the Bears on the Buckeye 44, Celeri fakes to Brunk. (2) Monachino takes the pitchout and (3) rambles outside left end and behind Schabarum ' s block. (4) Monachino eludes three Buckeyes. (5) Turner blocks the last defender out of the play, and (6) Monachino goes over for a touchdown, 193 In the first quarter Celeri passes to Begovich for a 16-yard gain. Van Heuit and Montagne break up a Buckeye pass on the Cal two in the second quarter. Jerry Krall scores the second Ohio State touchdown to put the Buckeyes ahead 14-7 in the third quarter. Monachino takes a Buckeye kickoff in the third quarter and is dropped on the UC 20-yard line. Celeri passed incomplete in this first down play on the Ohio 35. The score is UC 7, OSU 0. Thundering Jim Monachino takes a hand off from Boots Erb to go for a nine•yard gain in this thrilling fourth•quarter rally. FRONT ROW, left to right: Jim Greene, Lukie Phillips, Richard Ng, Bill Corey, Jack Vohs, Pat Gelardi, George Witter, Dick SECOND ROW: John Cadenasso, Ken Hagen, Ed Hart, Don Edmondston, Bob Bagley, Augie Marra, John Miksits. THIRD ROW: Witter, Ken Fuller, Pete Mering, Lee Cranmer, Rich Drain, Art Trost, Jim Waste. FOURTH ROW: Bob Clarke, Rick Calender, Fitzgerald, Bill Panttaja, Alan Hall, Gary Radcliffe, Henry Clarke. BACK ROW: Jim Parker, Bill Nordlund, Bill Rush, John John Dawson. THE Rambler ' s season record was mediocre; they won four, lost three and tied one. Against experienced service competi- tion the jayvees won two, lost two and tied one. However, they redeemed themselves against collegiate foes by winning three and losing only to the Stanford Braves. When the Ramblers weren ' t playing out their own tough schedule, they scrimmaged against the varsity in practice. The jayvees were also on hand at the Riverside training camp for the Ohio State game in the Rose Bowl. These men deserve a big hand for all the hard work they did this season. RAMBLERS SEASON RECORD UC 36 EL TORO MARINES 0 UC 14 PENDLETON MARINES 14 UC 7 DES PAC 21 UC 24 CHICO STATE UC 7 AIR PAC 33 UC 44 HAMILTON FIELD 21 UC 55 MODESTO JC 7 UC 47 HUMBOLDT STATE 20 UC 21 STANFORD 26 Coach ZEB CHANEY is kept very busy with football in the fall and Fullback John Cadenasso rambles against the El Toro Marines basketball in the spring. in the season opener. FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Richard Lee, Doug Gordon, George Hainley, Tommy Keough, Gary Burg, David Long, Don Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Ronald Dahlin, Richard Kern, Bill Thompson, Kincaid, Norman Harvey, Joe Solari, George Pelonis. THIRD ROW: Thomas McGrath, Ronald Witter, Jack Friedirich, Bill Gelardi, Fred Clar, George Olson, Ted Hoffman, Robert Stanley. ROW: David Knutson, Steve Glick, Gordon King, Norman Archibald, Harold Ellis, Paul Bernhardt, Edward Bates, Dwight Ely, Sam Adams. FIFTH ROW: Jack Anderson, James Blanchard, Rieger, John Young, Don Curran, Fred Duffle, James Clark, Branislav Yaich, John Cochran. SIXTH, ROW: James Boghosian, Harry Halajian, Paul Andrew, Glenn Gulvin, Robert Parkin, Beal, John Peterson, Dean O ' Hare, John Olszewski, William Mais. BACK ROW: Ted Kenfield, Bud Van Deren, Dick Erickson, Herb Poddig, Hal Grant, Gus Manolis. MISSING: Tom George Anderson, Jack Vallerga, Leighton Hahn. IMMII■INIENNLJIM■■•■ mir BEIMMEMMIMINOMI . VINCIMMI■1■1 11101j1111.111■ 70111allmiediallbaL FUTURE California football stock is high as the entire back- field from St. Anthony ' s CIF Championship team came to Berkeley. The highly-touted frosh won their first three games and dropped the last two for a .600 average. The Cubs at- tained mid-season form early in their schedule; the let-down came just before the UCLA game and continued through the Stanford tilt. Olazweski, Mais, O ' Hare, and Keough should be able backfield replacements for the graduating Celeri, Swaner. Brunk and Sarver. In the line watch for Pelonis, Beal, Archibald, Glick and Duffie. FRESHMEll SEASON RECORD UC 14 San Mateo JC 0 UC 47 USC Freshmen 15 UC 27 St. Mary ' s Freshmen 14 UC 20 UCLA Brubabes 47 UC 14 Stanford Papooses 17 Freshman Coach HAL GRANT, an import from also coaches track. Left end George Pelonis rambled against the Brubabes. FRONT ROW, left to right: Les Richter, Bob Ryan, Bob Losey, George Witter, Lad Renick, Emmons Sebenius. SECOND ROW: John Roundtree, Ed Bartlett, Dick LemMon, 011ie Adams, John Herring, Bert Rowe, Roy Ward, Bob Frates, John Thompson, Bob Elder, Greg Sheehan, Dan Harris, Coach Doc Hudson. BACK ROW: Captain Max Howell, Bob K niptash, John Miksits, Mike McGuire, Tom Witter, Bob Witter, Dick Calendar. RUGBY AN experienced rugby team salvaged five victories, three losses, and two ties from their tough schedule. The ruggers opened their season with an 8-0 win over the University Club; the next week they tied the powerful Olympic Club squad, 6-6. UCLA, the first collegiate opponent, fell I 7-8, and then the Bears bowed to ford. The Bears also lost the World Cup series with the University of British Columbia; Cal lost the first game, won the second, lost the third, and tied the crucial fourth game. In the season finale, the Bears crushed the Hollywood Rugby Club, I I -5. :741.T407:47.i.ALMIC:31.7017aboiroir...-0-twanimrt---- Coach MILES HUDSON Some typical rough and tumble rugby action. 198 SOCCER SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Hugh Silcox, Paul Gadjeff, Vernon Rezendes, Enrico Bernasconi, Francisco Granadino, George diser. BACK ROW: Coach Julius H. Schroeder, Ernie Pinuti, Rolt Tomberg, Hans Felbusch, Leif Sommerseth, Siong Chow, Ljubo Lulich, Malek Shaffei. ONCE again the Bears were edged out of first place by the perennial power USF. California ' s conference record was four victories and one defeat for an .800 average. The sole conference loss was to USF. They also lost a non-conference match with UCLA to finish the season with a 5-2 record. This year ' s team was in and out with occasional flashes of bril- liance. Coach Schroeder is hopeful for next year, but half of the lettermen will not return. Outstanding players this year were Kaya Apaydin, Bob diGrazia, Ernie Piunti, Izzy Wainberg and Leif Sommerseth. SOCCER The action gets rough as a USF forward dribbles down the field. Coach JULIUS SCHROEDER can always be counted upon to produce a good team. 199 VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Kretsinger, Bob Matheny, Jim Payne, Bob See, Bob Walker, Bill Hagler. BACK ROW: Jim Duvaras, Bill Thompson, Ray Squeri, Don Henriksen, Earle Gibbons, Neale Tveitmoe. 1949 UARSITY THE ' 49- ' 50 basketball season was one of the most disappointing of recent years. The squad had a year ' s playing experience together at the season ' s start and should have done much better than they did. A 10-17 record is nothing to brag about; it ' s something that shouldn ' t happen at California. Bear basketball followers have been accused wrongly of having a short memory. Every fan on the West Coast is familiar with Nibs Price ' s fine coaching record at Berkeley; they are looking for a successful 1950-51 season. Coach NIBS PRICE is feeling the pinch brought on by losing teams. Blue ' s Coach ZEB CHANEY. Senior Manager EARLE HARRIS. Bob Walker and Bud Doty go up on a jump ball. Other Bruins are Lamont (21), Stanich (11) and Kolf (7). The Bears are Matheny, Thompson, and Hagler. FINAL SOUTHERN DIVISION STANDINGS I. UCLA (defeated WSC in playoff for PCC title) 2. USC 3. California 4. Stanford MANAGERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Harris, Cook, Lothridge, Bennett. BACK ROW: Morrison, Dawson, Crenshaw, Stewart, Gonzales. Willnwc GUARD NEALE TVEITMOE GUARD BOB MATHENY CENTER DON HENRIKSEN Captain Bob Walker, closely guarded by Al Lamont, attempts a hook shot. BEARS TROJIMS UC____45 USC _61 UC_ 34 USC____61 UC_ 59 USC 54 UC____60 USC _58 EVEN though the Trojan-Bear series resulted in a deadlock for honors, the games were the most gratifying of the entire season. In the first game down south, Jim Payne deservedly gained recognition as a defensive blood- hound by holding SC ' s fabulous Bill Sharman nearly scoreless for the first time in two years. In the last game little Bob Matheny became a hero before 7000 rabid fans by scoring three quick field goals in a matter of seconds and decisively breaking up the game. The Bears as a whole via their long distance artil- lery managed to squelch personally any aspi- rations El Trojan had for a Southern Division Championship. Guard JIM PAYNE set some sort of record by keeping Troy ' s Sharman scoreless for one half. Center JOHN CUNNINGHAM dropped off the squad to play end in the Celeri-LeBaron All-Star game. Bob See (on the floor) comes up with the ball, getti ng it away from Bruins Stanich and Joeckel. Other Bears are Squeri (10) and Henriksen (17). UC 45 UCLA____50 UC _56 UCLA 64 UC _47 UCLA 54 UC___ 44 UCLA__ 46 BEARS BRUM BROTHER Bruin became most uncooperative in dropping the Bears four consecutive times. However, in all games the gutty Bears held the highly-touted Bruins to a narrow margin. Playing their best of the year in the final en- counter, the rampant Cal men roared across the court, outplaying the fast-breaking Bruins at their own game. Fighting to hold the lead, the Bears successfully staved off the feverish Bruin attacks until the waning seconds; and then Alan Sawyer unfortunately scored his only field goal, clinching a heart-breaker for the Bruins. Outstanding against UCLA was hustling Bill Hagler, who tirelessly equaled the the Bruin pace, always keeping Cal in the game. Reserve center EARLE GIBBONS, a good rebound man, will return for another year. High scorer for the varsity was forward BILL HAGLER, who dropped in 288 points. Captain Bob Walker sinks a one-handed push shot for another California field goal. The player with the elbow in his face is center Don Henriksen. 111TERSECTIO0RL SWINGING through the East for the first time time in a decade, the Bears first ran into trouble in the form of Canisius, to whom the y dropped a 55-53 thriller. Dropping in at Madison Square Garden, NYU and then CONY played the part of poor hosts by thumping Cal 69-50 and 76-46 respectively. It was Ohio State ' s turn next, and they set the tempo for the Rose Bowl by dumping the Bears 78-67. Back at the Cow Palace the Texas Aggies lost 59-47 as Don Henriksen came into his own as center with 21 points. The next night was nip and tuck all the way with Minnesota taking the decision 47-45. The University of Hawaii tried hard but was hopelessly outclassed 84-59. On the whole, the intersectional campaign was very dismal as the Bears took but two out of the seven contests. To lose by 19 points one night and then 30 points the next was not helping the West Coast get the athletic recognition i n the East that we both need and deserve. 206 Forward BOB SEE, a mid-season transfer, gave us the push we needed to whip USF. DICK KRETSINGER, an old standby, was a great ball control man. Bill Hagler and ex-Cal ace Mike O ' Neill of the Blue and Golds fight over the ball as Bob Matheny (4) and Don Barksdale (10) look on. non-conFEREncE RAY SQUERI, an ex Blue, played both forward and guard. Captain BOB WALKER joined the Stewart Chevrolets in the AAU tourney in March. 207 THE Bears won four of their eight non-confer- ence games. Cal opened the season by taking a close game from the Olympic Club, 51-47. The next night we lost by one point to the Alumni composed of Chuck Hanger, Andy Wolfe, and other all-time Cal greats. The 48-56 loss to the Santa Clara Broncos was a heartbreaker as the Bears had almost closed the gap when the final gun went off. The next night the Bears trounced St. Mary ' s with a vengeance to the tune of 46- 39. In the last game before the team went east the COP Tigers were massacred 68-49. Cali- fornia found itself in the Cow Palace when they triumphed over USF, the defending N.I.T. cham- pions. The Hilltoppers had previously defeated USC, UCLA and Stanford and needed only a win from Cal to shut out every team in the Southern Division. Against the local A.A.U. competition the casaba men did not fare so well. They lost to the Blue and Gold Brewers 46- 60 and then to the powerful Stewart Chevrolet team 39-62. Center JOHN CUNNINGHAM tries a hook shot in the first Stanford game. Indian 22 is gridder Harry Hugasian who is no dolt on the basketball court either. BEARS 1111D111119 METHODICALLY dumping Stanford into the Southern Division cellar, the Golden Bears experienced only two (ugh!) unpleas- ant skirmishes with the Indians. In the final series after losing their most disastrous game of the season, the resurgent Bears came back to the Stanford gym deter- mined to win at all costs. From the first 30 seconds after Bill Hagler sunk a 20-foot field goal, the Blue and Gold was destined for victory. Paced by the unerring depth bombs of Walker and Matheny, the Bears proceeded to bombard the hapless Indians until they were sunk. UC 60 STANFORD 55 UC 47 STANFORD 50 UC 46 STANFORD 55 UC 64 STANFORD 55 Reserve center DON STOW doubled on the Varsity and the Blues this season. Guard BILL THOMPSON was one of the best team players on the squad. 208 BLUES BLUE SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Jerry Peterson, Brad Gleason. BACK ROW: Bob Rowell, Don Stow, Frank Hoaglund, Rudy Limon. WON 13, LOST 7 UC 53 St. Joseph ' s Alumni 29 UC 73 Bono-Hagstrom 36 UC 63 Menlo Junior College 46 UC 52 San Mateo Junior College 46 UC 44 Cal Aggies 36 UC 49 College of Marin 57 UC 34 Santa Rosa Junior College 48 UC 53 Modesto Junior College 56 UC 46 California Polytechnic 66 UC 45 San Mateo Junior College 42 UC 29 City College of San Francisco 41 UC 72 Napa Junior College 39 UC 50 Stanford Junior Varsity 60 UC 54 Stanford Junior Varsity 51 UC 49 Cal Aggies 47 UC 59 Hartnell College 41 UC 65 Yuba Junior College 43 UC 58 College of Marin 40 UC 28 Stanford Junior Varsity 41 UC 57 Stanford Junior Varsity 44 209 It was a big week-end for the Blues as they whipped Yuba J.C. 65.43 on Friday and dumped College of Marin 58-40 on Saturday. Here ' s a candid from the Friday night game. FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: John Ricksen, Ernie Spiess, Larry Horan, Rupe Ricksen, Al Mathews. BACK ROW: Glenn Dahler, Bob Froeschle, Skip Dresel, Ed Lippstreau, Floyd Sluiter, Gary Johnson, Clay Gray. MISSING: Torn Greenleaf, Dick Huffman, Don Dorward. CHAMPIONS! Completing a 24-game schedule, undefeated Cali- fornia ' s basketballing freshmen accomplished for the first time in Cal history the impossible. Demolishing high school champs and college yearlings with an easy 23-point margin, the Cubs racked up 1356 points to the combined oppositions ' 807. Clay Gray, 6 ' 7 " center, potted 299 points to become the season ' s high scorer (this includes the varsity also). Over-shadowing such a remarkable feat, Gray scored points assisting the freshman massacre Stanford in the local pavilion. This 3 I -point mark stands as the highest number of points scored by a University of California player in a single game. The sensational cess of Coach Bob Dable ' s Cubs sings great promise for a powerful varsity next year. FRESHMEll Here ' s the Freshmen in action dumping the Papooses from Palo Alto in a thrilling tilt. Freshman coach BOB DABLE hit the jackpot this year with his " Dable ' s Darlings. " 14111,ilit 145 SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Ken Moser, Jack Wong, Harold Rohlfing. SECOND ROW: Jim Snowden, Rocky Gillham, Arch Wonbacher, Stan Sher, Coach Dan Fukushima. BACK ROW: Dick McCurdy, Bill Moore, Wesley Johnson, Harlan Sutherland. MISSING: Tom Nilon, John Oshida„ 130 SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Chester Stamen), John Johnson, James Horn, Bill Hirose. SECOND ROW: Coach Lefty Fontenrose, Henry Yee, Jiro Kodama. BACK ROW: Pete Massey, Denis Kim, John Baleix. MISSING: John Cruikshank, Gerald Delaney, Lloyd Tindell, Ralph Weber, Hiroshi Hamauchi. WEIGHT BASKETBALL 145 SEASON DEMONSTRATING a remarkable eagerness and a fine degree of team- work, the 145 ' s came through a tough season with a better than 12-7 record. High scorers for the team were Moore with 174 points and Sutherland with 163. Hard luck hit the team when John Oshida, stellar forward and year letterman, could only play half the season ' s games. 130 SEASON WINNING 14 games and losing but three, the lightweights won the B sion championship of the Berkeley City League. Defeating three of the four high schools played, Cal ' s small- est Bears came through a successful season in tremendous fashion. Out- standing high scorer for the team was Bill Hirose who potted 102 points for the season. Lightweights in action against the Richm3nd " Oilers. " VARSITY TRACK SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Chapman, Dean Unger, Gordon Pusser, Steve Anderson, Toni Clark, Ted Rademaker, Phil Arnot, Don Anderson, Roland Maples. SECOND ROW: Loren Baker, Paul Baldwin, Joe Bechely, Bob Halpin, Ron Langley, Ray Schultz, Rod Grant, Kent Stainfield, Hal Olson, Bill Harrison. THIRD ROW: Bill Rush, Bob Cook, Dex Ragatz, John Boyle, Dick McCurdy, Leo Pigozzi, Jim Johnston, Marvin Grimes, Larry Peirano. FOURTH ROW: Bill Stauffer, Otto Horst, Jim Kennedy, Bob Cagle, Al Flath, Don Palmer, Gene Brazil, Jim Grimes. FIFTH ROW: Hal Lustig, Leroy Wigginton, Dick Hare, Val Fairman, Bruce Grant, Bob Fulton, Roy Richardson, Bill Paddock. BACK ROW: Don Jackson, Dick Stevens, Stuart Darrow, Walt Heidig, Ray Lloyd, Chuck Brown, Bob McIvor, George Roseme. 1950 SEAS011 Head Coach BRUTUS HAMILTON. Assistant Coach AL RAGAN. A GOOD, but not spectacular, season is expected from the Track and Field team. After the dual meet season ends the thinclads will participate in the various relays and post-season meets throughout the nation. Among these are the West Coast Relays at Fresno, the Coliseum Relays and the Modesto Re- lays. Several men are expected to place in the P.C.C. and the P.A.A. meets and afterwards in the N.C.A.C. and the P.C.C.-Big Ten Meet which is to be held in June. The returning lettermen in- clude sprinters Don Anderson and Ro- land Maples, middle distance men Phil Arnot, Tom Clark, Don Jackson and Hal Olson. Paul Mello, defending P.C.C. mile champ, is returning along with hurdler Ted Rademaker and distance men Dan Seamount and Bill Stauffer. In the field, broad jumper Rod Grant, who placed in the N.C.A.A., is returning with Roseme, Rush and Paddock. 214 Sprinter ROLAND MAPLES Here are the sprinters coming off the blocks at the start of a thrilling 220, Edwards Track Stadium. TRACK MANAGERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Don Huggins, Eugene Rush, Don Stottlemyer. BACK ROW: Irwin Adams, Doug Hinckley. BEST INDIVIDUAL MARKS MILE—Mello, 4:15.4. USC Meet. 440—Fulton, :4 9.5. Five-Way Meet. 100—Anderson, :09.5. UCLA Meet. 120 HH—Rademaker, 14.8. UCLA Meet. 880—Clark, 1:54. Five-Way Meet. 220—Anderson, :20.8. UCLA Meet. TWO MILE—Stauffer, 9:38.8. UCLA Meet. 220 LH—Rademaker, :23.4. UCLA Meet. MILE RELAY—(Fulton, Arnot, Olson, Clark), 3:20.5. Five-Way Meet. SHOT PUT—Ragatz, USC Meet. HIGH JUMP--Garrett, UCLA Meet. JAVELIN—Roseme, UCLA Meet. BROAD JUMP—Stainfield, 23 ' 6 " . USC Meet. POLE VAULT—Paddock, 13 ' 6 " . Stanford Relays. DISCUS—Cook, USC Meet. IRWIN ADAMS, Senior Man 215 DON JACKSON passes the baton to TOM CLARK in the first lap of the two-mile relay. STADFORD RELAYS STANFORD CALIFORNIA 191 3 440-YARD RELAY—Stanford (Buck, Taylor, B. Bryan, G. Bryan). Time :42.1. Ties meet record. 880-YARD RELAY—Stanford (Buck, Taylor, B. Bryan, Johnson). Time, 1:28.8. MILE RELAY—Stanford (Scroggy, Storum, Bly, Johnson). Time, 3:22.1. TWO-MILE RELAY—California (Jackson, Clark, Arnot, Mello). Time, 7:47.5. MEDLEY (Olson, Clark, Arnot, Mello). Time, 10:39.5. SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY—Stanford (Storum, Warner, Russell, Kreitz). Time, 1:01.1. New meet record. SHOT PUT—Chandler (S), 52 ' 111 4 " . Aggregate: Stanford, New meet record. DISCUS—Burke (5), I41 ' 41 4”. Aggregate (C), 538 ' 53 8 " . JAVELIN—Held (S), 232 ' . New meet and stadium record. Aggregate (S), 707 ' 4 " . POLE VAULT—Paddock (C), 13 ' 6 " . Ties meet record. Aggregate (C), 47 ' . HIGH JUMP—Tie, G. Bryan (5), Dunlap (S), Kreitz (5), Allen (S), Hagler (C), Garrett (C), 6 ' . Aggregate (5), 24 ' . _ BILL RUSH, Shot Put PAUL MELLO, PCC Mile Champ Hurdler TED RADEMAKER Middle distance men TOM CLARK and PHIL ARNOT California sweeps the 880 as Clark wins, Arnot places, Mello shows and Jackson comes in fourth. FlUE-WAY MEET UC 134.9, COLLEGE OF PACIFIC 61.2, ST. MARY ' S 10 USF 7.5, SANTA CLARA 3.4 ONE-MILE RUN—Mello (C), Halpin (C), S. Anderson (C), Garmire (COP), Wick• man (COP). Time, 4:22.6. 440-YARD DASH—Macon (COP), Fulton (C), Olson (C), Stokes (COP), Palmer (C). Time, :48.3. 100-YARD DASH—D. Anderson (C), Brooks (COP), Maples (C), Matson (USF), Dixon (SM). Time, :09.8. 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES—Brooks (COP), Rademaker (C), Lloyd (C), Heidig (C), Smith (COP). Time, :14.9. 880-YARD RUN—Clark (C), Arnot (C), Mello (C), Jackson (C), Mason (COP). Time, 1:54. 220-YARD DASH—D. Anderson (C), Macon (COP), Maples (C), Malliard (SC). Time, :21.7. TWO-MILE RUN—Stauffer (C), Kirkpatrick (COP), Seamount (C), Horst (C), King (C). Time 9:45.1. 220-YARD LOW HURDLES—Brooks (COP), Rademaker (C), Wiggirton (C), Hess (COP), Lloyd (C). Time, :23.8. MILE RELAY—COP, UC, SC. Time, 3:19.2. POLE VAULT—Paddock (C) and Keyser (COP), Johnston (C), Finney (USE) and Cagle (C). 13 ' . SHOT PUT—Rush (C), Ragatz (C), Putnam (COP), Marchetti (USF), Hall (COP). 46 ' 41 8 " . JAVELIN—Roseme (C), Massaro (SM), Baldwin (C), Waltner (SM), Brown (USF). 219 ' 5 " . HIGH JUMP—Mahaney (COP), Garrett (C) and Keyser (COP), Finney (USF), Buck (COP), Heier (SC), Hagler (C), Kramer (SC), and McNamara (C). BROAD JUMP—Stainfield (C), Grant (C), Schultz (C), Dixon (SM), Finney (USF). 23 ' 2 " . DON JACKSON, relay anchor man. GEORGE ROSEME, javelin. DEXTER RAGATZ, shot put and discus. Ted Rademaker was barely nosed out by Don Brooks of COP in this thrilling :23.8 low hurdles. Rademaker also finished second in the high hurdles. BEARS 101 -BRUM 30 MILE RUN—Mello (C), Beck (UCLA), Hangen (UCLA). Time, 4:22.7. SHOT PUT—Carter (UCLA), Ragatz (C), Rush (C). Distance, 48 ' I " . 440-YARD DASH—Jackson (C), Fulton (C), Manus (UCLA). Time, :49.8. 100-YARD DASH—D. Anderson (C), Maples (C), Watanabe (UCLA). Time, :09.5. New meet record. HIGH JUMP—Garrett (C), tie for second between Kraushaar (UC LA) and Hagler (C). 6 ' 17 8 " . 120-YARD HIGH HURDLE—Rademaker (C), Lloyd (C), Wilson (UCLA). Time, :14.8. 880-YARD RUN—Arnot (C), Clark (C), Miller (UCLA). Time, 1:54.3. New meet record. JAVELIN—Roseme (C), Young (UCLA), Baldwin (C). Distance, New meet and University record, 220-YARD DASH—D. Anderson (C), Maples (C), Watanabe (UCLA). Time, :20.8. New meet record. TWO-MILE RUN—Stauffer (C), Seamount (C), Withers (UCLA). Time, 9:38.8. POLE VAULT—Paddock (C), tie for second between Vujovich (UCLA) and Berokoff (UCLA). 13 ' 43 4 " . DISCUS—Drummond (ULCA), Cook (C), Williams (UCLA). Distance, 145 ' 3 4 " . 220-YARD LOW HURDLE—Rademaker (C), Brown (C), Wigginton (C). Time, :23.4. New Universty record. BROAD JUMP—Stainfield (C), Grant (C), Schultz (C). Distance, 23 ' 51 2 " . RELAY—UC (team of Piereno, Palmer, Fulton and Jackson). Time, 3:22. ROD GRANT, Broad Jump. HAROLD OLSON, 440 and Mile Relay. Here ' s GEORGE ROSEME making that winning 219 ' 5 " javelin throw in the Five Way Meet. Pole vaulter BILL PADDOCK could always be counted on for at least 13 feet. 218 Sprinter DON ANDERSON seems set for his best year. In the UCLA meet he won both sprints in spectacular times. BEARS TROJAN 8IM MILE RUN—Mello (C), Wilson (SC), Bailie (SC). Time, 4:15.4. 440-YARD RUN—Stocks (SC), Mattoon (SC), Palmer (C). Time, :49.3. 100-YARD DASH—Anderson (C), Mejia (SC), Bradley (SC). Time, :10. SHOT PUT—Van Doren (SC), Ragatz (C), Rush (C). 49 ' 3 8 " . 120-YARD HIGH HURDLE—Attlesey (SC), Lawrence (SC), Halderman (SC). Time, :14.7. 880-YARD RUN—Chambers (SC), Pruitt (SC), Clark (C). Time, 1:54. JAVELIN—Roseme (C), Goins (SC), Baldwin (C). 216 ' 5 " . 220-YARD DASH—Anderson (C), Bradley (SC), Jejia (SC). Time, :22. BROAD JUMP—Aihara (SC), Stainfield (C), Nicolson (SC). 24 ' 71 2 " . TWO-MILE RUN—Newcomb (SC), Stauffer (C), Cherry (SC). Time: 9:31.1. HIGH JUMP—Brombach (SC), Barnes (SC), tie for third among Garrett (C), Hagler (C) and Kincheloe (SC). 6 ' S " . 220-YARD LOW HURDLE—Attlesey (SC), Rademaker (C), Lawrence (SC). Time: :24. DISCUS—Iness (SC), Cook (C), Ragatz (C). I 61 ' 81 4 " . POLE VAULT—Tie among Rowan (SC), Jensen (SC), Zimmerman (SC) and Paddock (C). 13 ' 6 " . MILE RELAY—SC. Time, 3:19.7. Above is BILL RUSH, Cal ' s best shot-putter, and below is high jumper TOM GARRET. DAN SEAMOUNT, two-mile BILL STAUFFER, two-mile 219 FRESHMAN TRACK SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to rig ht: James DeWitt, Gail Wetzork, George Schroeder, George Clausen, Bob McCarthy, George Anderson, Dick Cook. SECOND ROW: Joe Hootman, Sam Adams, Neil Morosa, Ray Olsson, Lamont Carr, Bert Blackwelder, Bob Hays, Ralph son. THIRD ROW: John Young, Dick Righter, Dave Grant, Stan Nelson, Rex Young, Orlando Tafoya, Lloyd Freitas, Kai Erikson. BACK ROW: David Seed, Alfred deLorimier, Herb Morrison, Harold Hill, Al Barrie, Doug Gordon, Jim Plessas, Jim Hutchinson. FRESHMED UNDEFEATED in four starts, the Frosh track team is expected to take its last two meets in stride. The freshmen opened the season with an 811 2-411 2 victory over San Mateo Junior College, and followed it up with a 721 2-641 2 win over the San Francisco high schools. The frosh defeated Sacramento College, Contra Costa JC and Placer College in one four-way meet and triumphed over Santa Rosa JC, City College of San Francisco, and Col- lege of Marin in another. The only meets left are with the Stanford Frosh and the ACAL-CCC All-Stars. Coach HAL GRANT The Frosh were particularly strong in the sprints as Plessas was usually a double winner. CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob Malin, Dan Seamount, Gordon Pusser, Bob Halpin, Steve Anderson, Ted Elliott. BACK ROW: Wetzork, Clem Speiden, Warren Smith, Bob Spenger, Bill Stauffer, Leo Gallagher, Cal Mehlert, Al de Lorimer, Otto Horst, Olive, Ralph Hutchinson, Paul Jewett. CALIFORNIA ' S cross-country runners had only two meets this season. The Bears dropped the first meet to the strong Trojans; in the second meet Cal came in second behind the Trojans and ahead of the UCLA Bruins. Out- standing runners were four-year man Dan Seamount and Bill Stauffer. CROSS COMM A typical workout on Grizzly Peak. COACH AL RA GAN 1950 VARSITY FRONT ROW, left to right: Don Lee, Don A. Dodson, Jerry Silverstein, Dave Anderson, Wimpy Jones, Don Monroe, Jim Howe, Gil Beck, Bob Anderson. SECOND ROW: Greg Mailkoff, Dick Morris, Roy Parker, Sil McNinch, Al Newfield, Pete Corona, El Milano, Bob Henderson, Carl Anaclerio. THIRD ROW: Bob Gillom, Andy Stagnaro, Chuck Carpy, Neil Johnson, Bill Nordlund, Don C. Dodson, Jim Monachino, Pete Schabarum. BACK ROW: Al Blanc, Will Wirth, Bill Gear, Hoot Bennett, Ira Finney, Ed Sanclemente, Clint Evans. 1950 SEAS011 BOUNCING back from their Hawaiian summer series where they won eleven and lost three, the California baseball team set the coast on fire in the first part of the season. The Bears won fifteen and lost but two games in their first month of play. Sophomore southpaw Andy Stagnaro and outfielder Pete Corona were two of the junior college transfers who came to Cal to bolster a team that had but three returning regulars. Sil McNinch, a freshman last season, moved up to take over the regular first base position, and Jim Monachino, a newcomer to Edwards Field, alternated at third base and the out- field. Jerry Silverstein, veteran utility infielder, also returned this year and is expected to equal his .450 batting average of last year. As usual Cal is weak in the pitching staff. However, along with naro, Clint has two-year letterman Dave Anderson, who won five and lost three, along with veteran fire-bailer Wimpy Jones. Coach CLINT EVANS, in his twenty years of coaching at Cal, has won seven CIBA and one NCAA titles. CIBA BATTING AVERAGES (Regulars) AB H R Av. Corona 14 5 2 .357 Dodson 25 7 6 .280 Silverstein 20 5 3 .250 Davies 26 6 3 .231 Monachino 18 4 2 .222 re 224 SEMI-PRO WON 6, LOST 3 UC 4 Alumni All-Stars 1 UC 10 Kenny Park 7 UC 3 Manteca 14 UC I 1 Minors 10 UC 13 San Francisco Police 5 UC 8 Oakland Oaks 0 UC 6 Asbestos Siding 5 UC 4 Oakland Police 9 UC 6 Twin Falls Cowboys 3 Catcher BOB HENDERSON. AL DAVIES slides into home plate to score his first homer of the season. Outfielder JIM MONACHINO. Hard•hitting first baseman SYL McNINCH, 111DEPEI1DE1111 WON 6, LOST I UC 12 San Francisco State 1 UC 7 San Jose State 5 UC University of San Francisco 6 UC 4 San Jose State 0 UC 6 Cal Aggies 0 UC 3 University of San Francisco 4 UC 8 Cal Poly 7 There are six games to be played: two with UC at Santa Bar- bara, two with COP, one with USF and one with Cal. Poly. t t • • , A 1,iiti-vti • saV A sad moment in baseball—hitting into a double play. Pitcher ANDY STAGNARO. Another Bear gets to first against the H illtoppers. Infielder JERRY SILVERSTEIN. Second baseman DON DODSON. CIBA CALIFORNIA was third in the CIBA standings with nine games left to play in the league. Stagnaro ' s 9-8 victory over Santa Clara and 4-3 win over St. Mary ' s put Cal on top of the league ladder. Then bad luck in the form of a six-game losing streak hit the Bears. Stanford defeated California, 4-3, to give Stagnaro his first CIBA loss and, the Bruins won the next game despite a three-run homer by Dodson in the ninth. The losing streak tinued as Stanford pasted the local nine, 5-2. The Bears finally found themselves in their second game with the Santa Clara Broncos. Fireman BILL GEAR First baseman ED AITKEN A threat is partially stopped as a base runner is picked off at third. Center fielder and leadoff matt AL DAVIES Another runner is safe sliding back to first base. Catcher DON LEE VMMINI■Mi. .1,,MNiniMna.1.4r •■■•■••■ 01■4•1■ ..,... CALIFORNIA ' S 6-3 victory over the Broncs broke the second longest losing streak a Clint Evans coached Cal nine has ever had. Fireballer Bill Gear went the full nine innings allowing bu t five hits. Don Dodson ' s three for four at the plate, including a home run, gave Gear the needed support to win the game. In the remaining CIBA tilts, California meets Stanford and Santa Clara once, and St. Mary ' s, USC and UCLA twice. On the basis of this year ' s performance, the Bears are expected to better last year ' s CIBA record when they won five and lost ten to finish fifth. v......,m,moR.M,00P,roRIONIMeNma.,0000, w,arlsowswegoorm.wwlogr, " 10 A late throw to first sacker SIL McNINCH gives the Gaels another base hit. Outfielder JIM HOWE Pitcher DAVE ANDERSON cinnamon BEARS WINNING but two of their first eight games, the Cinnamon Bears had a disappointing season. They won their opener against the College of Marin, I 1-4, but then lost to the fornia freshmen, 9-16. The jayvees split their series with desto JC and then lost to Hamilton Field, Sacramento JC and the Stanford jayvees. The Indian game was a tough one to lose as Cal left men on bases in every inning. Cal rallied in the seventh but a double play squelched the Cinnamons ' chances, and the Indians won, 6-3. Coach IRA " RED " FINNEY 111 230 CINNAMON BEARS SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Rolf Kuhn, Tony de Cristofaro, Maynard Shipley, Wallace Locarnini, Jack Setzer, Jim Snowden, Jack Ketchum, Leroy Finkel. SECOND ROW: Shed Swagard, Buzz Torre, Al Shomacher, Jack Bonnickson, Merril Grotenhuis, Dan tello, Paul Malde. THIRD ROW: Pete Norris, Keith Brooks, George Lamb, Arky Vaughn, Bill Winters, Keith Anderson. BACK ROW: Coach Ira Finney, Arnold Soderburg, Harvey Laird, Emmett Lynch. FRESHmEn A SPECTACULAR freshman team has won 15 of their first 20 games this season against high school and freshman college com- petition. Captain Jim Crew marked himself as a real team leader as he drove in four runs and got four hits as the freshmen defeated the Stanford Papooses, 8-2. The Cubs also dropped the St. Mary ' s yearlings, 4-3 behind the three-hit pitching of Al Mathews. Two of the frosh ' s defeats came at the hands of the powerful USF freshman team. Coach HARRY I INGMAN was prominent in local politics. 7;e0t 121,1 ■1, WI V UV WC V VIZ( V VW 5 PAV W rall r,k UV ' 41: " Z)Zr-OPZIC ' 54-ZWUIWI V..1 Vr ' UV WI 4110 Z.1 sitaZWais,110;;4 1,2V -0 YW(, 1„.1 Flex FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Dan Tickle, Dave Johnson, Leroy Bernadou, Tom Keough, Bob Ehrlich, Bill Monroe, Bob McWhirter, Bucky Cowan. SECOND ROW: Eldon Beck, Ed Mayer, Bub Muehleisen, Warren Short, Ken Costello, Bob Bandy. THIRD ROW: Gordon Zimmerman, Dave Smith, Ray Greene, Chuck Nyland, Don Hollister. FOURTH ROW: Dave Long, Alan Fraser, Don Towne. BACK ROW: Coach Harry Kingman. STANDING AT LEFT: Skip Peterson, Captain Jim Crew, Gordon Levy. STANDING AT RIGHT: Ed Lipstreu, Al Mathews, Bart Young. 231 Stroke IAN TURNER has four Big " C ' s " in crew. CREW MANAGERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Dean Robinson, Howard Middleton, Ed Pollard, David Blakemore. SECOND ROW: Robert Hoiner, Joe Blanchard, Andy Zoibas, Phil Calanchini, Hilary Cook. BACK ROW: Bob Sayles, Herb Arnois, Philip Johnson, Curtis Gleason. 1950 UARSITY 1950 MARKS the twilight of one of the greatest eras of nia crew history. Many of the graduating crew men were in the jayvee Poughkeepsie winning boat in 1947; the next year these same men rowed to the eight-oared championship in the 14th Olympiad in England. Last year California was victorious in the Poughkeepsie Regatta. This year they have another tough schedule. In April they meet the University of Southern Cali- fornia at the Estuary. May features three more meets at the Estuary, one with the newly-formed Stanford crew, another with Oregon State, and the last one with the highly regarded Washington crew. Final examination schedules precluded the scheduled meet with Wisconsin on Lake Mendota, but in the middle of June the Bears will be on hand at Marietta, Ohio, to defend their title at the annual " Poughkeepsie " Regatta. Ky should extend his winning streak to 16 as only All-American coxswain Ralph Purchase, Dick Larsen and George Ahlgren are missing from last year ' s first boat. KY EBRIGHT, crew coach for over 25 years, has one of the best records in the world. VARSITY CREW FRONT ROW, left to right: Leon Ginsberg, Bob McConnell, Newt Drury, Ed Fogerty, Don Glusker, Bob McEuen, Earl Baird, Bert Ballard, Ed Bauman, Ken Noack. SECOND ROW: Bob Art Sueltz, John Hartsock, John Stanard, Harry Gardiser, Carroll Whitney, Bob Sumner, Mike Scholl, Justus Smith, Ron Reuther, Walt Deets, Les Berriman, Roger Thompson, Tom Johnson, Lorenz. THIRD ROW: Bob Spenger, Ian Turner, Lloyd Butler, John Lowe, Conway Peterson, Art Orr, Bob Peeke, Bill Johnson, Jim Kretchmer, Bill Durland, Bob Wallerstedt, Bob Livermore, Cusick, Bill Peretti, Terry Grew, Dave Draves. BACK ROW: Paul Perry, George Loorz, Tom Adams, Bill Hull, Steve Martinelli, Fred Avilez, Fred Isackson, Phil Compton, Clark Galloway, Parker, Elliott Brenner, Jim Hughes, Hugh Roberts. ASUC Representative-at-Large BOB LIVERMORE. JUSTUS SMITH from last year ' s Poughkeepsie boat. LLOYD BUTLER from the Olympic and Poughkeepsie boats. Bow BOB SPENGER, another veteran crew man. 235 IAN TURNER, KY EBRIGHT and JUSTUS SMITH hold the keepsie Trophy the crew won in July. POUGHKEEPSIE THERE ' S an old crew tradition that the Big Red of Cornell always wins at Poughkeepsie when it ' s raining. Last year ' s sity had no respect for tradition, however, and won the three- mile race in some of the most adverse climatic conditions ever seen at the traditional regatta. As the race started the Wash- ington boat immediately shot ahead to take an early lead. California, Wisconsin, and Stanford lagged behind until the halfway mark. Even then Washington was still a length ahead of the Bears. Finally Cal forged ahead to beat the Huskies by a length in the slow time of 14:42.6. The Jayvees who had REGATTA-1949 viously beaten Washington at Seattle didn ' t fare as well on the Hudson. Both the Huskies and the Navy nosed them out at the finish. This race was of tremendous importance to California since Washington had fostered the idea that we had won the Olympic trials by a fluke. " Wait until ' 491, " they said. In the ' 49 Washington race, the Husky boat lost because of that famous " crab. " This time the cry was " Wait until Poughkeep- sie. " And as Ky said, " We were saying the same thing. " After the race Ebright remarked that this was the most gratifying triumph of any that he had enjoyed at California. A familiar sight at workouts is KY and his megaphone in the launch. Football coach Peppy WALDORF with other visitors at Crew Day look over one of the shells. ALumni THE debut for the crew season is the annual Alumni Crew Day at the Estuary. This year members of Ky ' s three Olym- pic boats and six Poughkeepsie winning boats returned to the ASUC boathouse to look over this year ' s crew and to pull an oar in the yearly ' ' ten stroke " race. This year ' s crew day was the largest ever, with more than 500 turning out to watch the interclass races and talk over old times. The 1928 Olympic Crew. 7 frc DON BLESSING, coxswain on the 1928 crew, and DEAN WITTER meet backfield coach WES FRY. Another graduating senior in the first boat is GEORGE BAUMAN. 7.1111110C This race shot on the Estuary demonstrates the tremendous amount of coordination and practice necessary for a good crew. CREW DRY AS expected, the senior boat, stroked by Olympic Champion Ian Turner, nosed out the junior boat in the interclass race with the in- experienced freshman boat crossing the finish line last. Coxswain Earl Baird got dunked for the first of many times this season (we hope), as to all appearances this should be another good year. The 1932 Olympic Crew. ARTHUR SUELTZ from Berkeley is out for his third crew letter. Reserve stroke WALT DEETS was an alternate on the Olympic crew two years ago. FRESHMEll THE most difficult coaching job in crew is training the fresh- men, for to most of them rowing is an entirely new sport. Many hours are spent in the training barges before the frosh even see a shell. After they master the fundamentals, Russ Nagler drills them for hours on the Estuary until their form is perfect. This year the freshmen will participate in a full schedule, which includes the frosh from Washington, UCLA, USC, and Stan- ford. The probable first boat will consist of Emanuels, Miller, Lawrence, Neuman, Burke, Owens, Scott, Misrach, and one of the many coxswains. So far in the season the freshmen have placed fourth in the interclass races, but are expected to do much better against their inexperienced freshman competition. RUSS NAGLER, Freshman Coach FRESHMAN CREW FRONT ROW, left to right: Denny Johnson, Bob Misrach, Jim Knuppe, Herb Ho, Bob Cathcart, Sergeant, Tuller. SECOND ROW: Shepherd, Flickinger, Herring, Munster, Welsh, Fagin, Curren, Lambert, Keith, Owen. THIRD ROW: Fetzer, Crandell, Samson, Berger, Hargrove, Newman, Coombs, Bob Johnson, Lyon, Dolezal, Acker, Binninger. FOURTH ROW: Yarley, Ellis, Willig, Raison, Schnack, Emanuels, Marshall, Rankin, Ronningsen, Burke, Powers, Saylor, Hazzington, Lamar ' , BACK ROW: Lemmon, Scott, sen, Miller, Parker, Shenon, Robinson, Hoyt, Curtis, Class, Classen, Lawrence, Nye, Wank. 241 1950 UARSITY THE Varsity tennis team was expected to be the best since the war, but they failed to live up to pre-season pectations. The racqueteers were first defeated by the Alumni, 5-4, and then by COP, I -8, before winning their first match. The Bears defeated San Francisco State 9-0 and San Jose State 8-1 but then lost to USF, USC, UCLA, and Stanford. California will probably land in the PCC cellar again this year as we lack the depth in team strength. The Bears will complete their schedule with matches against UCLA, USC, USF, COP, Santa Clara and Stanford. California has lost to every team but USF and Santa Clara earlier in the season and is not expected to score any drastic upsets. Coach DICK STEVENS MANAGERS Captain MERRILL ALBERT Senior Manager MERRILL NEWMAN FRONT ROW, left to right: John McCoy, Paul Dolan, Dan Saylor. BACK ROW: Merrill Newman, Wally Painter. 244 1950 VARSITY FRONT ROW, left to right: Captain Merrill Albert, Wallace MacDonald, Lorne Main, Leonard Warren. BACK ROW: Donald Menke, Charles Curry, Dick Ritchey, Cameron Fair. Canadian Davis Cupper LORNE MAIN 245 CAMERON FAIR MERRILL ALBERT DON MENKE DICK RITCHEY CHARLES CURRY LEN WARREN 246 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Frank Oyung, Steve Green, Bruce Collins. BACK ROW: Brooks Walker, Mobley Milam. JUIllOR VARSITY FRESHMEll THE Junior Varsity squad had a mediocre season. They tied their first match against Modesto JC and displayed the same quality throughout the season. THE Freshmen have been dubbed the best California year- ling team since the war and apparently deserve the title, witness their 91 2-11 2 lacing of Modesto. FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Mike Knauer, John Walker, Fred Hagist, Bill Peard. BACK ROW: Rupe Ricksen, Hugh Kitzler, John Ricksen. 1950 UARSITY LED by co-captains Herb Steiner and Don Fisher, the varsity swimming team first fell to Fullerton JC and then won four straight meets against San Jose State, Santa Clara, the Olym- pic Club and Santa Clara. California was defeated by Stanford and USC but downed the UCLA Bruins for a final conference mark of one win and two losses. To complete the California set-backs, the COP Bengals extended the unbeaten streak by scoring a victory in the Bears ' home pool. However, some of the individual work was outstanding; Waldo Cooke broke his own 220-breaststroke record with a 2:48 effort. The Bears also did quite well in the PA Championships at the Olympic Club pool; Dave Wood came in second in the diving and Harris and Lawson placed second and third in the breaststroke. The Junior Varsity swimmers won two while losing three while the Fresh- men won six and lost but one. Frosh Jim Ross broke the fresh- man backstroke record as his teammates defeated Lowell High School, GEORGE SCHROTH, the swimming mentor, failed to produce a PCC champion in swimming but made the grade in water polo. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM FRONT ROW, left to right: Allan Johnson, Bill Phillips, Waldo Cook, Brockway Clark. BACK ROW: Kenny Lifquist, Herb Steiner, Bob Sweetman, Rod Lindquist, Jim Chapman. 250 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Del Tycer, Gary Radcliff, Charles Hunter, Bob McNary, Jack Reiser, Charles Harris. BACK ROW: Dick Lewis, Torn Paulson, Burke Draheim, Wayne McDonald, Charles Lawson. MAX SCHMIDT Senior Manager FRESHMAN SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Coach Mo Mathews, Ernie Rumbaugh. SECOND ROW: George Anno, Pierre Brusseau, Jim Berger, Kenneth Repath, Dom Kamler. BACK ROW: Allan Louderback, Pierre Pellissiere, Jim Ross, Dick Nystrom, Herb Haworth. MANAGERS FRONT ROW, left to right: Frank Zografos, Gordon Osborne. BACK ROW: Bob Trempy, Max Schmidt, Dick Van Houten. 251 Breaststroker WALDO COOK placed fourth in the PCC last year, and due to his ment should do better this year. The finish of the 440 freestyle at the Fullerton J.C. meet which we lost, 18-57. KEN LIFQUIST, Cal ' s top sprinter, is another returning letterman. Sophomore DAVE WOOD, who placed in the P.A. Championships, supports veteran ALLEN JOHNSON in the diving events. 252 They ' re off! A bad start can mea n the loss of a race—as some of these sprinters are finding out. Sprinter DON FISHER has been a stand-by on both the swimming and water polo teams. VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Rod Lindquist, Dick Lewis, Bumps Baldauf. SECOND ROW: Jim Chapman, Jim Howe, Bill Phillips, Dale Webster, Don Fisher. BACK ROW: Dick Van Houten, Mgr.; Herb Steiner, Waldo Cook, Bruce Moody, Coach Schroth. Popular GEORGE SCHROTH, the " Waldorf " of water polo, holds Aquaoski, the team ' s mascot. WATER POLO INSPIRED by a great coach and humored by a witty mana- ger, the Polobears won 13 out of 17 games to become PCC and later, PAA Champs. Utilizing the platoon system, Schroth ' s charges beat USC at home, and won a six-over- time thriller from UCLA. Phillips, Webster, Steiner and Lindquist were voted All-PCC honors; Cook and Fisher made the second team, and Baldauf the third team. The JVs won seven out of ten, while the Freshmen took nine out of ten. All-PCC goalie, Rod Lindquist makes a save as game gets close. Strictly for the cameraman, everyone reaches for the ball. Captain AL MILLAR, who has won three gym letters, competed in the all- around event and the side horse in the NCAA meet at West Point. GYMNASTICS TEAM FRONT ROW, left to right: Jim Cavanaugh, Dave Harris, Bob Howell, Mark Harrison. SECOND ROW: Bernard Zimmerman, Emory Yount, Bill Madsen, Don Rehbein, Paul Carlat. BACK ROW: Fred Pfost, Bill Stewart, Don Reichert, Captain Al Millar, Stan Ausman, Jim Drinkward, Coach Chuck Keeney. GY11111ASTICS BECAUSE of ineligibilities, graduations, and the retirement of N.C.A.A. tumbling champ Charley Thompson, the gym team was considerably weakened. Cal took Stanford, but the next week end the gymnasts dropped two close contests, one to USC and the other to UCLA. In the last meet of the season the Bear gymnasts defeated both the San Francisco Y.M.C.A. and the Olympic Club. The team placed third behind the Bruins and the Trojans, and three men qualified for the N.C.A.A. At West Point, Captain Al Millar failed to place in both the side horse and the all-around event, but Bill Madsen and Bob Howell placed third and fourth in the rope climb. The team placed ninth in this meet. Jim Drinkward, Paul Carlat, Roman Gankin, Bob Howell and Emory Yount will form a pow- erful nucleus for next year ' s squad. Sophomore PAUL CARLAT was the only returning letterman in free-exercise. He started the season by winning the event against the Indians. In addition to playing a regular season schedule, the gymnastics team also performed at halftime during the basketball season. the left is BOB COMMANDER on the bars, and on the right is the ever-popular trampoline event. GOLF TEAM FRONT ROW, left to right: Co-captains Frank Minch and Leo Evart. BACK ROW: Russ Bigelow, Charles Haight, Bill Bigelow, Don Brunk. Co-captain FRANI MINCH, JR., hailed from Sacramento; he wants to follow in the steps of his golf-playing father and open a golf shop. GOLF DESPITE the fact that four of last year ' s top golfers did not return, the 1950 Varsity had a creditable record. They lost but two college matches, those to San Jose and Stanford. COP and St. Mary ' s have lost twice to Cal, while USF, rado College and Santa Clara have lost once to the Bears. California also won the team championship of the Northern California collegiates to climax its collegiate competition. Against the country clubs, it was another story. The Bears lost to Claremont, Del Paso, Orinda while defeating but Lake Merced. The top Bear golfer was Don Brunk, closely followed by Frank Minch and Charley Haight. Coach AL SAIS is also the pro at the local Mira Vista Country Club. ON BRUNK was the medalist at the Northern California Intercollegiate Ca-captain LEO EVART from Petaluma had a five handicap. Championships. The Bauer sisters have nothing on Cal; we have the BIGELOW BROTHERS —Russ on the left and Bill on the right. Heavyweight JOHN GROFF towers over diminutive Coach ED NEMIR. BILL SAPSIS, a tap contender in the 145-pound class, tries his hand at shadow boxing. BOXING SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Handel, Griffin, Parham, Keith, Zalba, Fore. SECOND ROW: Thomson, McNulty, Sapsis, I nezevich, Sapiro, Forrester, Bartley. BACK ROW: Manager Zuelow, Corbett, Witter, Tullsen, Kitchin, Jahnke, Beale, Stokes, Coach Ed Nemir. B0111116 THE Bear pugilists had a good season; they defeated four of their seven dual meet opponents. Stanford was the first to fall prey to California; the Bears also took the Cal Aggies twice while dropping two meets to the UCLA Bruins. The Broncos defeated Cal in a very close match as did the Indians in a return bout. California wasn ' t outstanding in the season tournaments. The only one in which they did well was the Idaho State Invitational Tournament in which Dick Kneze- vich took first place in the I 55-pound class. Among the comers to the squad was Vic Corbett, an intramural boxer, who won the Milton Cunha Boxing Award in the Intramural tournament. BOB ROUSE, Daily Cal Sports Editor, and BRUNO TORREANO, LARRY FORE and TED STEAKLEY, both new men on the squad, are expected to bring both 136-pounders, work out. boxing laurels to Cal next year. WRESTLING SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Stone, Riplog, Tally, Hansen, Freydl, Hall, Carter, Freitas. SECOND ROW: Staniford, McKim, Watson, Gould, Castemada, Hart, Walkup, Siemens, Reid. BACK ROW: Coach Henry Stone, Sandell, Stow, Rogers, Bayuk, McFarlane, Lyon, Chaney, Drinkward, Assistant Coach Hugh Mumby. Coach HENRY STONE WRESTLInG THE Bear wrestlers had an excellent season. They won dual meets, lost one and tied one. Among the victims of the Cali- fornia grapplers were Stanford, and the Cal Aggies, each of whom were defeated twice. California tied San Jose State and lost to the powerful Oregon State College squad. The team placed sixth in the Pacific Coast Conference tournament at Berkeley with little Joe McKim bringing home the blue ribbon in the I 36-pound class. McKim, the only wrestler to represent California at the NCAA Tournament, was eliminated in the quarter finals. It is interesting to note that this was McKim ' s first year as a Varsity competitor in the University; great things are expected of him next year. Gorgeous George has nothing on these guys. Here BARTLEY LYON has a scissors and a headlock on JOE McKIM. ED LEE, a four-year veteran YACHT1116 YACHT TEAM FRONT ROW, left to right: Leonard Troeller, Stan Ausman, Wes Prisbrey, Gene son. SECOND ROW: Larry Shep, Howie Rubin, Jack Sloan, Leonard Smith, Don Hodges. BACK ROW: Stan Jim Landreth, Bob Baker, Jim Simonds, Lowell North. MISSING: Bill Ficker, Lew Holston, Waune Smith, Ray Deyo. THE Yacht team, which has been compet- ing since the fall of ' 46, has been beaten but once. Knocking off Cal Tech, Fresno State, Santa Clara and the Cal Aggies, the University club has lost once this year—to Orange Coast College. In May, led by The University fleet of International 14s. Stan Ausman, the top Bear sailor, Cal will defend its Pacific Coast title for the fourth consecutive year. Fencing CALIFORNIANS can be proud of the fencing team for under the able leadership of Coach Art Lane, the fencers produced their best team in 30 years. Placing two teams in the PCC playoffs, a practically precedented accomplishment, the team displayed a number of individual stars. Frank Harradine was the best all-around performer. Other outstanding fencers were Omar Baltan, junior sabre; Elwood Fitchcraft, Carroll Jensen and Burnet Dibble. UOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: Mo Mathews, Greg Winser, Jack Craig, Coach Lance gan, Dick Kent, Greg Howell, Stu McDonald. SECOND ROW: Jay Wheeler, Bob Brooke, Ken Burnett, Dick McCurdy, Al Thode. BACK ROW: Bill Linsenbard, Jim Studabaker, Mike Browne, Bob McDonough. Among the outstanding players were Mo Mathews (setter) and Tony Hauser, Al Thode, and Dick McCurdy (spikers). UNDEFEATED in dual meet competition, the " A " and " B " volleyball teams tied for third place in the Northern California open tourna- ment. In the Far Western Volleyball tournament, the Bears defeated San Francisco Central YMCA but lost to Portland YMCA and ford. Among the Bears ' season victims were Oakland YMCA, Vallejo YMCA and the Naval Air Station at Alameda. RIFLERY RIFLE SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to right: M Sgt. Willie Hunt, Major Russell R. Simpson. SECOND ROW: Captain Frank Packard, Gordon Taras, George Clausen, Mason Kline, Armand Polansky, Robert Rubin. THIRD ROW: William Kaplan, Harold Hobbs, Jacques Nououx, Lloyd Auchard, Donald Abbott. BACK RDW: Manager Peter Norton, Robert Johnson, Will Lew Baanall. Theodore Weller. POSSESSORS of one of the finest records in the nation, California ' s powerful rifle team has been undefeated in four straight seasons of dual match competition. Stanford, USE, Santa Clara, San Jose State, and the Cal Aggies have bowed to the mighty Bear sharpshooters this season. Under the leadership of Major Simpson, the Bears ' coach, the team again should bring top national honors to Berkeley. Ski Coach HARRY MORGAN was captain of the team in his undergraduate days. VARSITY SKIING FRONT ROW, left to right: Leif Sommerseth, " Bumps " Baldauf, John Lie, Don Baer. BACK ROW: Mark Noble, Fred Corfee, Harry Morgan, Ed Paul, Pres Hotchkis. sunG PACED by John Lie the Bear skiers took first place in three of their four meets this season. They won the Tres- sider Memorial Cup Meet at Yosemite, the Nevada Win- ter Carnival and the Pacific Intercollegiate Ski Union championships at Squaw Valley. California was shut out in its own Vanderbilt Memorial Cup Meet by the power- ful University of Denver skiers. In addition to the fine team performance turned in this season, the individual work has been outstanding. Lie was a consistent point winner, as was Captain " Bumps " Baldauf and Lief Sommerseth, who graduated in February. Captain RAINIER " BUMPS " BALDAUF, a three-year letterman, was also on the PCC championship water polo team. JOHN LIE, a transfer from Norway, won first place in the national four-way meet at Government Camp, Oregon. LIEF SOMMERSETH Manager ED PAUL 260 Bowles Hall defeated Lambda Chi Alpha for the All-University championship in horseshoes. RALFE MILLER, Intramural Director 111TRAMURAL THE University offers through Intramural the largest ath- letic program on the Pacific Coast. Players from every house and many other on-campus groups compete in softball, ball, volleyball, basketball, track, horseshoes, badminton and tennis. This year Alpha Delta Phi ended the Theta Delt ' s long reign as All-University champions in football while Bowles Hall, the American League champions, was runner-up. In volleyball, Beta Theta Pi defeated I House for the All-Uni- versity championship, and the P.E. Majors won the Ameri- can League title in basketball. The final standings in the other sports were not known at press time. ROBIN WELCH, of Alpha Tau Omega, was the winner of the ski meet held at Donner Ski Ranch. Here two houses engage in a lively softball game. ART WEBSTER, Senior Manager 261 oRGAniznions FRATERIlITIES III1TERFRATERIIITY council. FALL, 1949 Park Dingwell Norm Pressley Bill Dobbs Walt Ullrich Toni Slaven MEMBERS Fraternity President Abracadabra Robert H. Skeels Acacia Robert Frye Alpha Chi Sigma Gerald Porter Alpha Delta Phi John Maddox Alpha Gamma Omega Curt Harrington Alpha Kappa Lambda Robert E. Storrs Alpha Phi Alpha Paul R. Forbes Alpha Sigma Phi Richard Rennacker Alpha Tau Omega Charles Wagner Bachelordon Thomas Slaven Beta Theta Pi Donald Dickey Chi Phi Robert Ryan Chi Psi William Schuler Delta Chi Thomas Moran Del Rey Jack D. Ely Delta Kappa Epsilon Ben Maushardt Delta Sigma Phi Clayton Ross Delta Tau Delta Warren Perry Delta Upsilon Ben C. Corlett, Jr. Kappa Alpha Walter R. Ullrich Kappa Delto Rho Don Haworth Kappa Nu.... Al Steinau Kappa Sigma John Hale Lambda Chi Alpha Stanley Miller Phi Delta Theta Larry Holland Phi Gamma Delta William Anderson Phi Kappa Psi James Duvaras Phi Kappa Sigma Richard Hafner, Jr. Phi Kappa Tau Stanley Stetson Phi Sigma Kappa Ralph Reichhold Pi Alpha Phi Harry Choi Pi Kappa Alpha George Browning Pi Kappa Phi Robert Zeni Pi Lambda Phi Donald Ungar Psi Upsilon Aloysius Laube Sigma Alpha Epsilon Edgar Kendrick Sigma Alpha Mu Arnold Spector Sigma Chi Daniel Greer Sigma Nu George Bull Sigma Phi William Wilson Sigma Pi B. D. Dobbs Sigma Phi Epsilon Thomas Moore Tau Kappa Epsilon William DeMartini Theta Chi Alan W. Cundall Theta Delta Chi Del Babb Theta Xi Thomas Hodges Zeta Beta Tau Neville Rich Zeta Psi Phelps Witter 266 ABRACADABRA FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1895 ONE CHAPTER GRADUATES Bohna SENIORS Dakin Davis Edgar Hoyt Ingram Keith Nicklos Shinn Skeels Smith Sutliff Waldron Wallace JUNIORS Bassett Beau regard Blasingame Cadman Day Hoffman Kleinenbroich Moore Steak ley Walkup SOPHOMORES Beck Ban Clute Egan Haddock McNair McNear Myers Owens Smith Walker FRESHMEN Garland Young SPRING PLEDGES Farmer Rugg Dimitriou Thomas UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Roy Allen Lewis Baker Robert Benjamin Greg Englehard Boynton Kaiser Stu Kimball Robert G. Sproul Frank Spurrier Wilber Twining Robert Underhill Robert Usinger GRADUATES Robert Bohna Phillip Fairlie SENIORS Garry Dakin James Davis Philip Edgar George Ensley Robert Hoyt Dean Hunter Bill Ingram Douglas Keith James Nicklos Eugene Shinn Robert Skeels Robert Smith George Sutliff Larry Waldron Tom Wallace JUNIORS Bud Bassett Robert Beauregard Jack Blasungame Bill Cadman Paul Day Gillette Gordon Frederick Hoffman William Kirk Bill Kleinenbroich Shelton Moore Ted Steakley Robert Walkup SOPHOMORES Louis Beck Richard Bon Ced Clute Clifford Egan Roy Haddock Bill McNair John McNear Dwight Myers Desmond Owens Garry Smith Stan Walker FRESHMEN William Canning Fred Garland Vincent Young SPRING PLEDGES Paul Castro Demetrios Dimitriou Dwig ht Framer Robert Rugg Bill Thomas MASCOT Smoky DOG Smoky 267 ACACIA 2340 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 1904 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1905 THIRTY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Edward Bowes Fred Cozens R. T. Crawford B. L. Robertson R. Tippett GRADUATES Robert Beck Richard DeForest Robert Frye Carlisle Moore SENIORS Lloyd Andres William Arsenault Reece Clark, Jr. John Czarnecci David Fischer Hugh Gordon Robert Hyerle William Mason M. McCormack Thomas McCutchan John Stauff William Steinmetz John Stumbos, Jr. JUNIORS David Ellis Jack Hartman Ronald Kilgore Boyd Long Robert Mallory Robert McKee Richard Olson Edgar Owre Richard Peekema Charles Poppe Thomas Remington Robert Reynolds Marvin Shulman Walter Tingley SOPHOMORES Elliott Brenner Richard Clements Robert Friday Richard Hoffelt Harold Kouns John Nystuen Richard Pland Ned Shaw Lindsay Smith Murman Vedder Edmund Wilkins Richard Wolcott FRESHMEN Robert Ehrlich Alfred Prevost Robert Tanem Douglas Wolcott SPRING PLEDGES Bob Coe Alvin Hawkins Art Jollymore James Kidder Bob Montgomery Fred Pfost Bob Pugh Al Sampson William Smith Ed Willig HOUSE Lanta GRADUATES DeForest Frye Moore SENIORS Andres Arsenault Fischer Hyerle McCormack McCutchan Stauff Stu mhos JUNIORS Ellis Hartman Kilgore Long Mallory Owre Peekema Poppe Remington Reynolds Shulman Tingley SOPHOMORES Brenner Friday Hoffelt I ou ns Shaw Vedder FRESHMEN Ehrlich Prevost Tanem SPRING PLEDGES Coe Hawkins Kidder Montgomery Pfost Pugh Smith Willig 268 ALPHA CHI SIGMA 2627 VIRGINIA STREET FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1902 SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FORTY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES w. en Gerald E. K. Branch Leo Brewer LeRoy A. Bromley Robert E. Connick Richard E. Powell W. V. Cruess J. J. Eller Joseph Guffy William D. Gwinn Donald N. Hanson Joel Hildebrand P. W. Kirk W. M. Latimer Donald S. McClure Chester T. O ' Kons i Axel R. Olson Kenneth S. Pitzer G. K. Rollefson Glenn T. Seaborg T. Dale Stewart Theodore Vermeulen Charles R. Wilke F. C. Williams GRADUATES Wayne Compton William Jolly Guy Elliott Alexander Lindsay Frank Gay Jerry Rollins Judson Goodrich Alan Vanderbilt Donald Green Richard Work SEN IORS C. F. Andrews Robert Neustadt Lester Bergman Jacques Nouaux Richard D. Folliard Donald Pederson Robert Glotzbach Gerald Porter Edgar Grabau Ervin Reichardt John A. Hartsock James Robbers Robert Hunter Hector Rubalcava George Kelly George Sheats Norman R. LeRoy Philip Stewart Calvin Lovell Robert L. Strong Robert F. Meldau William J. Warren Stephan M ffoft Ralph Waugh George R. Moore Irville Whittemore JUNIORS Robert A. Erickson Jack LeBrun William Fibush Donald Minor William Galligan Henry D. Rodeen John Hampton Peter Strom SOPHOMORES Arthur Barta Laurence Ferreira Robert Beck Peter T. Nichols Jan Bowman Clay M. Sharts Eugene Clausen Lloyd Snyder FRESHMEN George Batchelder Don Wuth SPRING PLEDGES Bill Begot Don de Halas Charles Bell Gill Patchett Carl Carney Paul Russell Tom Cawthon Ronald D. Smith Gerald Clausen Gerald Glatts 269 111,14): GRADUATES Compton Goodrich Jolly Lindsay Rollins Vanderbilt SENIORS Andrews Folliard Glotzbach Grabau Hunter LeRoy Meldau Moore Nouaux Pederson Porter Reichardt Robbers Rubalcaya Stewart Strong Warren Waugh JUNIORS Erickson Galligan LeBrun Rodeen SOPHOMORES Beck Bowman Sharts Snyder SPRING PLEDGES Cauthon de Halas Patchett Russell UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. H. Copp Charles S. Davidson Dr. William C. Deamer Dr. Herbert M. Evans Dr. T. H. Goodspeed Dr. Hans Lisser Dr. Frank W. Lynch Dr. John McGee Harold H. Mumby Karl E. Schevil Dr. John H. Woolsey SENIORS Alan Andrews Donald Brunk Frank Brunk James Cullom Curtis Cutter William Farwell Scott George Allan Hubbard Jack Butler John Jordan William Laws Gordon Lisser Robert Livermore Richard Lyttle John Maddox John Marchant Dan Payne Norman Pedersen Dwight Phillips Warren Robinson William Scherer Gregory Scheehan William Spicer Wallace Spaulding JUNIORS Smith Anderson Robert Barney Frank Barney Alvin Carr Samual Chapman Jack Davidson John Duckett Peter Evans Bill Farnsworth Robert Hershenow Preston Hotchkis Lewis Keading Stan Kowleski Richard Lowe Ian MacKinley David Martin Murry McNeil James Meyri ng Richard Pischel Richard Saxby Jack Symes ALPHA DELTA PHI 2401 RIDGE FOUNDED AT HAMILTON COLLEGE, PHI SIGMA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Brunk, F. Cullom Farwell George Jordan Laws Lisser Livermore Maddox Spicer Spaulding Webster JUNIORS Chapman Hotchkis Kowleski 270 Lowe SOPHOMORES Bates Doolittle Earl Kenyon Noack Rountree Spence Volberg FRESHMEN Blackwelder Hamilton Englis Moorish Newman Sears SPRING PLEDGES Kieder Shenon SOPHOMORES Robert Bates Jeff Doolittle Edward Earl George Eshoo Gerhard Jansen Dave Kenyon John McGhee Kenneth Noack Brenton Ogden Donald Robison John Rountree Stuart Spence Richard Volberg FRESHMEN Bert Blackwelder Robert Hamilton Bill Englis Bill Moorish Charles Newman Bill Sears SPRING PLEDGES Victor Corbett Perry Hartman Norman Kieder Thomas Radke Claus Schmidt Peter Shenon Craig White 271 ALPHA EPSIL0111 PI 2338 COLLEGE AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK CHI ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1949 FIFTY-FOUR CHAPTERS GRADUATE Morrel Cohen SENIORS Sidney Barach Paul Figot Jack Gladstein Israel Weinberg A. Lincoln Lancet Jerry Sandusky JUNIORS Leon Brown George Kass Robert T. Lancet Arnold Lapin Alan Rosenfeld Jack Warner SOPHOMORES Ephraim Hirsch Norman Mannis Bud Cohen Allen Dekelboum Donald King Robert Lesser Denny Levan John Ullman FRESH MAN Albert Weilman SPRING PLEDGES Herbert D. Loew Norton Sharpe William Abend David Davis . Don Marans Marvin Steinberg Leon Tager SENIORS Barach Gladstein Wainberg Lancet Sandusky JUNIORS Brown Kass Lancet Lapin Rosenfeld SOPHOMORES Cohen Dekelboum King Lesser Levan Ullman FRESHMAN Weilman SPRING PLEDGES Loew Abend Sharpe Davis Steinberg Tager 272 ALPHA GAMMA OMEGA 2523 HILLEGASS STREET SENIORS Chapman Duerr Harrington UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES D. M. Cunningham James Lyon, M.D. L. H. Johnston Robert J. Rodin SENIORS Bob Peckham Onnig Shahan Prank Smith Mark Stiver Upton Van Etten JUNIORS Tom Daane Roy Smith Dudley Dinshaw Walter Snook Win Winegarden SOPHOMORES Glenn Bassett Bill Johnson Harry Behrens Ohannes Kuoelian Bill McNaughton FRESHMEN Morris Dingier Leland Rosenau Kirkman Peckham Shahan Smith, F. Stiver JUNIORS Daane Dinshaw Smith, R. Snook SOPHOMORES Behrens Johnson Kupelian McNaughton Dingier Rosenau Ted Chapman Ted Duerr Curt Harrington Wesley Hunter Don Kirkman 273 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 2701 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1914 ELEVEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES James T. Allen William R. Dennes William B. Herms Robert R. Legge Fred Stripp SENIORS Robert Ashe Hugo Becker Garrison Bland Carney Campion Don Christensen Daniel Coelho Henry Delamere Robert Everett Donald Lath,ap Donald Lynch Richard McCurdy Sanford McCurdy William Moore David Porter Karl Potter James Rubel Robert Starr, James Studabaker JUNIORS Richard Clarke Richard Courtney Kenneth Cusick Leroy Dart Richard DeBolt James Ekegren Robert Gaw John Gress Tony Kinkade G. Ohanneson Lee Petersen John Ryan Frank Serpa Jack Sommerville Loren Webb Warren Wiesenfeld Harry Wolcott SOPHOMORES David Cummings John Freeman Harry Lucchesi Skip Smith John Thompson Howard Hansen FRESHMEN Lamont Carr Kenneth Johnson Joseph Osgood SPRING PLEDGES Bob Hines John Kerby-Miller Al Parsons Wally Wilson SENIORS Ashe Becker Bland Campion Coelho De lamere Everett Lathrop Lynch McCurdy McCurdy Moore Porter Rubel Starrs Studabaker JUNIORS Clarke Courtney Cusick Dart De Bo It Gaw Gress Kinkade Ohanneson Petersen Serpa Sommerville Webb Wolcott SOPHOMORES Cummings Hansen Lu chess i FRESHMEN Carr Johnson Osgood SPRING PLEDGES Hines Kerby-Miller Parsons 274 ALPHA PHI ALPHA CANYON ROAD FOUNDED AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1906 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 NINETY-NINE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Fowler Beckford Robert P. Kennon Cecil T. Draper Luther Mitchell Frank Dixon William Perkins James V. Gibbs Emmett Rice Walter Wynn SENIORS Luchan Baker Jerome 0. Hutton Edward P. Bryan Leonard Jones Nathaniel Brooks Herman Lewis George Bekey John Perkins Thurman Deloney John Price Otis Handy Arthur Robinson Thomas J. Holman Wilmont Walter Thompson JUNIORS Joseph Debro Borden Olive Edward Hall Wilton Robinson Robert Houston James Rogers George Scotland SOPHOMORES Fernando Alexander Emmett Jones Lindley Hamilton Lewis Olive James Owens FRESHMAN James Dewitt SPRING PLEDGES Robert Abbott Hugh Fountain Kyster Colemen Lawrence Scott Moses Davis John Turner GRADUATES Gibbs Wynn SENIORS Baker Handy Holman Jones Lewis Olive Sweeney JUNIORS Hall Rogers Thompson SOPHOMORES Jones SPRING PLEDGE Fountain 275 ALPHA SIGMA PHI 2739 CHANNING FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Eldridge J. Best Anders J. Carlson John W. Gregg Benedict F. Raper GRADUATES Donald Kennedy Robert Sewell Ian Thomson SENIORS Bill Adams Frank Anderson Robert Beach Dave Bell George Bingham Mervin Burke Jim Conway Ernest Greve Richard Holbrook Bill King James Obendorf Bob Prothero Bob Redus Richard Rennacker W. E. Rittamel Bert Rowe Chester Rowell Eric Schnurmacher Don Walker Jim Williams JUNIORS Paul Chapman George Coleman Eugene Finley Jim Handel Neal Higgins James Hinerman Stu Jones Jerry Miller George Perham Chess Stanaro GRADUATES Kennedy Sewel I Thomson SENIORS Adams Anderson Beach Bell Bingham Burke Conway Greve King Prot hero Redus Rennacker Rowel I Schnurmacher Walker Williams JUNIORS Coleman Finley Handel Higgins Hinerinan Perham Stanaro SOPHOMORES Craig Flickinger 276 Himmah Lang ley McCampbel I McDaniel Mew Mooers Sheedy Sweigert Turner Turner Uphoff Wemple FRESHMEN Brown Castile n King Kratter Liddell McCartney SPRING PLEDGES Bredemeier Brilliant Deal Garofhlo Carrick Paquette Powers Prindle Sugrowe SOPHOMORES James Craig Ray Flickinger Gael Himmah Ron Langley Bob McCampbell Jack McDaniel Tom Mew Doug Mooers John Sheedy Sheridan Sweigert Dan Turner John Turner Bob Uphoff Dana Wemple FRESHMEN Jerry Brown Jerry Cauthen Shelby King Robert Kratter John Liddell Bob McCartney SPRING PLEDGES Jack l Bredeme. Bob Brilliant Bredemeier Bob Carrick Don Deal Bob DeJohn Lynn Edward. Jim Garofhlo- Bob Houston John Larson Bob Paquette Rod Powers Don Prindle Warren Sugrowe 277 ALPHA TAU OMEGA 2465 LE CONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1865 GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Ky Ebright Dr. Birge Dr. Stoddard GRADUATES Robert Hess Philip Lambert James Leddy Ned Robinson Herb Kaewert William Johnstone SENIORS Richard Banks John Ele Robert Fulton Thomas Griffith Russell Keim John Labouff John Mahan Robert Mahan William Markling William Marshall Raynor Moschetti Donald Reichert Roy Richardson Dwight Rush Harry Sands Bill Starksen John Thomas Richard Van Houten Charles Wagner Lawrence Werner Gerald Wilchek Martin Wilkinson Bowen Wills Richard Wyman Thomas Young Stephen Gester GRADUATES Hess Lambert Robinson, N. SENIORS Banks Ele Fulton Gester Johnstone Keim Labouff Mahan, J. Mahan, R. Markling Marshall Moschetti Reichert Richardson, W. Sands Starksen Thomas, J. Van Houten Wagner Werner Wilchek Wilkinson Wyman Young JUNIORS Corgiat Crawford 278 Edmonds Johnson Jordan Ludlow Mackey Morel Randolph Ric hards Robinson, M. Reiser Seidler Smyth Spies Weber SOPHOMORES Chappelle Hanson Jacobson Pease Thomas, M. Welch FRESHMEN Bohanan Coffin Dahler Erikson Stehr SPRING PLEDGES Anderson Burns Gordon Nichols JUNIORS John Corgiat Hugh Crawford John Edmonds Louis Franckx Herbert Heistand Allen Johnson Edward Jordan William Ludlow William Mackey John Maxwell Robert Morel William Randolph John Richards Merritt Robinson Jack Reiser Roland Seidler Fredrick Smyth Richard Spies Darrow Watt Larry Weber SOPHOMORES Alfred Anderson Charles Brown Richard Chappelle Harold Hanson Wilson Jacobson Charles Pease Max Thomas Robin Welch FRESHMEN Larry Coffin Glenn Dahler Kai Erikson Ronald Hayman Charles Stehr Robert Bohanan SPRING PLEDGES Arthur Bridges Jerry Burns Jim Fernhoff Bill Gordon Howard Jory Bill McDonald Bill Nichols Tom Warne 279 BACHELORD011 2311 LE CONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1894 ONE CHAPTER UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. F. Cordes John Ise, Jr. Parker Talbot GRADUATE Jerry Coonley SENIORS Thomas Allen Jerald Benedict Ray Burger Monte Dibbern W. Featherstone Richard Hauck Reginald Huggins Gene Kessler Ronald Lundeen James MacMannus Charles Mann Merrill Mensor Philip Morrissey Stanton Moss Gordon Patton Russell Ridge Jack Rose Thom as Slaven Melvin Somerton William Taylor E. Wollenberg JUNIORS Orland Anderson Allan Bensco David Cavanaugh Paul Goodwin John Hencken Raymond Hurd Clyde Irion Lawrence Mibach Robert Schultz SOPHOMORES Francis Busby Jack Dickman John Ferguson Fred Hencken Gerald Hoyt FRESHMAN Richard Ferrero SPRING PLEDGES Bill Ellington George Innes Garry Radcliffe Charles Neumann GRADUATE Coonley SENIORS Benedict Dibbern Featherstone Huggins Kessler Lundeen MacMannus Mann Mensor Morrissey Moss Patton Ridge Rose Slaven Somerton Taylor Wollenberg JUNIORS Allen Bensco Cavanaugh Goodwin Hencken, J. Hurd Irion Mibach Schultz SOPHOMORES Busby Dickman Hencken, F. Hoyt Ferrero SPRING PLEDGES Ellington Innes Radcliffe 280 BETA SIGMA TAU 2639 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT ROOSEVELT COLLEGE, CHICAGO, 1948 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1948 TWELVE CHAPTERS FACULTY ADVISORS George A. Lipsky Martin B. Loeb GRADUATES Milton Crook Bruce Thompson Gordon White Earl Wong SEN IORS Maurice Alfille Robert Allen Berton Barker Joseph Bassan Serge Evanow Thomas Frederick Robert Hutchesson Donald Law Henry Low Leonard Phillips Robert Shogren Robert Worth JUNIORS Robert Barns Paul Barger James Basile Robert Burns L. Buttwinick Louis Edson Jack Garrison Eugene Jacks Wesley Johnson Cecil Jones Lewis Lee Furman Roberts Berton Wolfman SOPHOMORES Henry Clark Louren Dillard Dale Tipton Roman Gankin SPRING PLEDGES Harry Chan Dean Farrer Robert Homan Ernest Houston James Hubbs Dennis Kim Buddy Marchette Erving Metzger Stefan Moses Roger Pettitt James Privett Bert Ruderman Thom Susaki Arvey Swanson George Walton GRADUATES Crook Thompson White SENIORS Alfille Allen Barker Bassan Clark Frederick Hutchesson Law Low Worth Evanow JUNIORS Barns Barger Basile Burns Buttwinick Garrison Jacks Johnson Jones Roberts Wolfman SOPHOMORES Dil lard Tipton Gankin 281 BETA THETA PI 2607 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1839 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1879 NINETY-FIVE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dow Votaw Bertram Bronson James Caldwell Nicholas Taliafino Edward Welch GRADUATES Lynn Kieffer John Quimby SENIORS Donald De Fremery Donald Dickey John Dunn Richard Grenfell George Hall Fred Hodge Richard Houston Donald Jackson John Milliken Charles Morse Wells Morse David Nichols Craig Norton Fred Payne Gerald Scott William Simpkins Ellison Smith Robert Stephenson Robert Turnbull Lucian Vandegrift E. Von Adelung Elsmere Walters Gail Williams Henry Wright JUNIORS Paul Andrew R. Bartholomew Baird Blake George Bowles Richard Curtis Douglas Davies Richard Dewey George Duncan Anthony Ellis Richard Erb Howard Gauthier John Hoffman Leslie Hilbren James Hill Michael McGuire Henry Mettier Elliot Morris Cameron Ninchirk Lowell North Richard Ogden Jack Wilke SOPHOMORES Paxton Beale John Boyle John Dalton Douglas Hansen Laurence Kehoe Richard Lee Edward Lyon Dexter Ragatz Jack Rothe Arnold Svensgaard Jack Tormey FRESHMEN Jack Anderson Bull John Cook James Kelly John Kennedy SPRING PLEDGES Alan Barrie Edward Ober Samuel Randolph John Schommer William Shreve Henry Schaffner 282 GRADUATES Quimby SENIORS De Fremery Dickey Hodge Houston Jackson Milliken Norton Scott Simpkins Stephenson Turnbull Vandegrift Walters Wright JUNIORS Bartholomew Davies Dewey Ellis Erb Gauthier Hoffman North Ogden Morris SOPHOMORES Beale Boyle Dalton Hansen Kehoe Lee Lyon Regatz Rothe Svensgaard Tormey FRESHMEN Bull Cook Kelly Kennedy SPRING PLEDGES Barrie Ober Randolph Schommer Shreve Schaffner Wilke CHI PHI 2529 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, 1824 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1875 THIRTY-THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Carlton Grebitus Haaf Harris Kennedy McGuire Merrifield Purdom Ransford Sandell Sanford Thomas Shaw Van Voorhees JUNIORS Sarles Smith SOPHOMORES Carson Dorrance McCoy Sabin Stanard FRESHMEN Fraser Gabhart SPRING PLEDGES Finn Levis GRADUATES Howard Bailor Edwin Grebitus SENIORS Jordon Carlton Robert Clement Robert Haaf Earl Harris William Keast Chelton Kennedy John Lowe Jim Merrifield Bruce McGuire Paul Purdom James Ransford John Row Robert Ryan Albert Sandell Edward Sanford William Shaw Cecil Thomas T. Van Voorhees William White JUNIORS Leland Crawford John Hitchcock James Huffman Richard Jones Louis Lothridge Lynn Sarles Barnaby Smith SOPHOMORES Edwin Bennett James Carson Jim Dorrance Bernard Doyle Clark Galloway Richard McCoy Herbert McLean Robert McNear Robert Murch Burton Olsen Robert Romer John Sabin John Stanard William Viebrock FRESHMEN Alan Fraser Richard Gabhart Herbert Halworth John Miller Paul Woolums SPRING PLEDGES Don Levis Peter Dunne Howard Finn MASCOT Chintz 283 BOWLES HALL UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES William J. Norton Chaffee E. Hall Walter T. Steilberg Richard Neddersen GRADUATE John Erdman SENIORS Irwin Adams Cecil Agee Edward Aitkin Robert Andrews Victor Appel Richard Aulwurm John Barnes William Bazeley Robert Bone William Capps John Carlson Theodore Clair Robert Clark Henry Coles David Cudaback LeJeune Cummins David Day Raymond Deyo Ronald Durkee Benjamin Ernsberger Robert Ernsberger Elmore Ernst Carl Feldman Robert Ferguson Delbert Fisher Donald Frye Kenneth Hanson Clarence Heller Charles Henderson Donald Henricksen Loren Hoy Donald Hutcherson Carlton liams Rudin Johnson Harry Jones Paul Knox John Landis Alfred Luke John Morris Jame, Moser Matthew Murphy Diniel Nay Murray Nelson Russel Palmer George Peekema Edwin Pister Achille Rollin° Robert Radcliffe John Redwine Glenn Reed William Shane Frederick Sobeck Lyll Surtees Nathan Tarr John Taylor Jerry Vayder Richard Vignolo Richard Walker Raymond Ware William Ware Warren Whitehead Eugene Whitney Gregory Winser John Woodhead Julian Wulbern Milman Youngjohn SENIORS Adams Agee Aitkin Andrews Appel Au Iwurm Capps Carlson Clark Coles Cummins Day Deyo Durkee Ernsberger, B. Ernsberger, R. Ernst Feldman Ferguson Fisher Frye Hanson Heller Henderson Henriksen Hutcherson I iams Johnson Jones Knox Landis Luke Morris Moser 284 Nay Pister Pollino Redwine Shane Surtees Taylor Vayder Vignolo Walker Whitehead Whitney Wulbern Winser Woodhead Youngjohn JUNIORS Blosil Brauer Britzman Brownell Coleman Compton Everett Grafft Guilford Guillhamet Hurwitz Johnstone Kelly, H. Kelly, R. Langdon Loney Lyons Nash JUNIORS John Baldwin Glen Bales Warren Blosil Fred Brauer Thomas Britzman Robert Brownell Courtney Coleman Philip Compton John Cooney Robert Crenshaw George Durand John Everett Robert Fry George Gilkison Billy Grafft Allen Griffin Roger Guilford James Guilhamet Alva Hollander Jere Hurley George Hurwitz Robert Jamison Douglas Johnson George Johnstone Hugh Kelly Robert Kelly Robert Langdon Glenn Loney James Lyons Bruce McGavren Robert Mettler Henry Miller Walter Nash Warren Olson George Parks George Payne Lawrence Peirano Gordon Pusser Daniel Saylar John Selby Harold Smith Reuben Smith Richard Snow William Stone Spencer Thorpe James Werner Richard Werner John Winzler Archer Wombacher if 285 BOWLES HALL SOPHOMORES Kendrick Abell Elmer Bingham Eugene Brazil Donald Brown Michael Browne Henry Burns David Burum Sherwin Carlquist Sidney Carnie Willard Clark Robert Cole John Collier Dean Crowder Don Deadrich Anthony DeChristoforo Paul Doyle Forrest Duranceau Jame s Edmondson Emmett Forrester Raymond Galli Alfred Graf Andrew Gram Charles Harris Chariton Hinkley Maurice Holloway David Hood John Kern Leo Klotz Paul Larson Wallace Locarnini Robert McEuen William Macy Louis Morton Eugene Nelson Robert Patterson Alfred Petersen Victor Peterson Maurice Rager Robert Sayles L. Edward Scriven Harold Simons Harris Steiner Charles Stice Charles Stuart John Thomas Roy Wagner William Wagner Raymond Weinstein Parks Peirano Saylar Smith, H. Smith, R. Snow Werner, J. Werner, R. Winzler Wombacher SOPHOMORES Bingham Brown, D. Browne, M. Burns Carnie Clark Cole Crowder Doyle Duranceau Forrester Galli Graf Gram Hinkley Holloway Hood Kern Larson Locarnini Macy Petersen, A. Peterson, V. 286 Simons Steiner Stice Stuart Thomas Wagner Weinstein FRESHMEN Buck Buell Burson Calanchini Collier Connor Curtis Darling Davie Dworack Farmer Fisher Harrington Hays Hoyt Jones Kirkpatric Klauder Knauer Lamon Larson McCormack Meyenberg Monson Parker Porterfield Rabbit Rails Stottlemyer Wellington Works FRESHMEN Richard Berner Jared Buck James Buell Philip Calanchini James Clark Howard Collier James Connor Jerome Curtis Richard Darling Walter Davie David Dworack William Farmer Philip Fisher Bruce Fry Charles Harrington Robert Hays Henry Hoyt Donald Huggins Gary Johnson Donald Jones Daniel Kaplan Donald Kirkpatric John Klauder Christopher Knauer Michael Dreiman John Lamon Charles Larson William Loughman Alan McCormack Charles McGahan Gerald Mackey Lawrence Marshall Werner Meyenberg Harry Monson Richard Parker James Porterfield William Rabbit Gordon Rails Jim Selby Don Stottlemyer John Vailerga Herbert Works SPRING PLEDGES Fred Avelez Joseph Angello Jerry Barnes Dick Bryon Bob Burson Bob Crull Tony DeCristoforo Bill Hill Mike Kreinman Ravol Peiser Dave Sale Arthur Wellington 287 CHI PSI 2311 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1841 ALPHA DELTA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Perry Evans W. W. Ferrier, Jr. Leo McClatchy SENIORS Phillip Emery Sydney Ford Richard Gard Robert McVicar George Millar Ernest Moeller Bud Murray William Schuler Dave Shippey D. Gwynne Thomson JUNIORS Claude Blodget Joseph Caine Charles Carpy Howard Coke Thomas Connolly Newton B. Drury Richard Gayle Richard Gutherie Rodney Lin dquist Raymond Lyon John Mauvais Martin Naegele Donald Ralston Max Schmidt Lefty Stern Joseph Wall SOPHOMORES William R. Blakeley Ronald Fimrite William Gibson Dante Gruppo J. Robert Janson Dwight Jerlow William Phillips Thad Sheridan Harold Smith Peter Thomsom Duncan Tonningsen FRESHMEN Gwynne Chappell Howard Rath Lowell Sparks Robert Stanley Glenn Sullivan Robert Wilkins SPRING PLEDGES P. Callahan E. Fosdahl P. H. Henriksen T. W. Page R. Trempy Ron Vehlow SENIORS Emery Ford Gard McVicar Millar Moeller Murray Schuler Shippey JUNIORS Caine Drury Gutherie Lindquist Lyon Mauvais Ralston Stern SOPHOMORES Blakeley Fimrite Gruppo Janson Jerlow Phillips Sheridan Smith Thomsom Tonningsen FRESHMEN Chappell Rath Sparks Wilkins Fosdahl Vehlow 288 DELTA CHI 2725 HASTE STREET FOUNDED AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1890 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 FORTY-ONE CHAPTERS GRADUATE Paul Moser SENIORS Robert Amber Les Belden Howard Bowen Richard Bridgman Donald Dittmar Rod Doerr Alan George Robert Gunzel Preston Hatch Frank Howard Arthur McIntyre Burt Melner Hayden Moberly Thomas Moran Richard Mulvany Alan O ' Neil Conrad Pearson William Peterson JUNIORS John Armstrong John Bass Caleb Case Gary DuBois Andrew Garland James Graham Warren Kennerson Richard Nicholas Ernest Pascoe Robert Peckham James Reed Joe Roberts Robert Severns SOPHOMORES John Benton Robert Davis Robert Ewer Richard Frandsen James Goss Gordon Hazlett Thomas Herron Charles Kaupke Clarke Keeney Kenneth Mayer George Nolan Frank Rodgers FRESHMEN Wayne Clark Frederich Mills GRADUATE Moser SENIORS Amber Bridgman Dittmar Doerr George Gunzel Hatch Howard McIntyre Melner Moran Mulvany O ' Neil Pearson JUNIORS Armstrong Bass Case Peckham Severns SOPHOMORES Benton Davis Ewer Frandsen Goss Hazlett Kaupke Keeney Nolan FRESHMEN Mills Clark 289 DEL REY 1727 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1903 ONE CHAPTER UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Ralph A. Proctor Herman A. Spindt SENIORS Ramon Bon Richard Carter Jack Ely Harold Faulkner Stanly Garvey Robert Grimes Donald Lawton Donald MacLean Leroy Macler Ben Maddalena Edward McIntosh George Schveiter John Sweeley Richard Warren JUNIORS Dewey Allaire Keith Brooks R. Castenada William Davis Victor Emmerich Robert Garrow Wayne Hippenstiel George Hodges Richard Klotzly Vincent Pelfini James Phillips Robert Piva Wesley Stevens Richard Teel SOPHOMORES Thomas Draper George Gurr John Mason FRESHMEN George Abernathy Robert Carr James Coatsworth Edgar Freydl Charles Spindt SPRING PLEDGES Seth Bailey Donald Brown Gordon Foster Dale Mills Richard Odenbaugh Woodruff Ogden Paul C. Perry Richard Silvers Jimmie D. Walker SENIORS Bon Carter Ely Faulkner Garvey Grimes Lawton MacLean Mac ler Maddalena McIntosh Schveiter Sweeley Warren JUNIORS Al laire Brooks Castenada Davis Emmerich Garrow Hippenstiel Hodges Klotzly Phillips Stevens SOPHOMORES Draper Gurr Mason FRESHMEN Abernathy Carr Freydl Spindt SPRING PLEDGES Foster Mills Perry Silvers Walker 290 DELTA KAPPA EPSIL0111 2302 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1844 THETA ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1876 FIFTY CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES H. W. Ballantine R. S. Minor C. G. Hyde T. M. Putman, Jr. GRADUATE William Evers SEN IORS SENIORS Baumgartner Moody Shattuck Walker JUNIORS Baldauf Van Housen SOPHOMORES Dunn Engs Helgesson Nourse FRESHMEN Fisher Gould Tul ler Zimmerman SPRING PLEDGES Hawkins Gould Kenneth Adams William Adams J. Baumgartner Peter Black Ben Maushaidt Bruce Moody William Morrison Rainier Baldauf Donald Fisher Bryant McGlynn Tully Bowman William Bucklin James Hambers Mort Dunn Ted Engs Ulf Helgesson Dwight Ely Robert Fisher John Gould Peter Jordan Peter Morse Edwin Pauley Robert Polizer Emmons Sebenius Benjamin Shattuck Brooks Walker Richard Waugh Richard Williams Fredrick Knoop Robert Mclvor Peter Nourse Alexander Polizer Jack Raisin Robert Woodward JUNIORS Richard Miller Peter Schabarum Albert Seidel Robert Van Housen SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Dan McMillon Charles Tuller Sandy Walker Gordon Zimmerman SPRING PLEDGES Louie Hawkins John Gwenn Richard Gould John Morse 291 DELTA SIGMA PHI 2316 BOWDITCH STREET FOUNDED AT CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK, 1899 HILGARD CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 SIXTY CHAPTERS GRADUATES Frank Baronovich James Hoyt Clayton Ross Robert Weakley SENIORS Robert Anderson Dan Callahan Robert Cermak Charles Dawe Gregory Evenette Oliver Fisher Myron Knapp Lowell Lenz Robert Orr Boardman Rising Alan Rowe Jack Skinner Howard Smith Errol Summy William Walker Russell Young JUNIORS Larry Baldocchi Bill Coburn Robert Deisenroth Steve Hackett Thomas Jocz Robert Landcaster Marden Leaver Charles Long Myron McCollum Howard Neal Warren Minner Roger Scott Roy Scott Wayne Scott Robert Stanton James Thatcher Walter Travis Harold Warren David Wilson Richard Wilson GRADUATES Baronovich Hoyt SENIORS Dawe Evenette Knapp Lenz Orr Skinner Smith, H. Summy Walker Young JUNIORS Baldocchi Deisenroth Hackett Jocz Landcaster Leaver Long McCollum M inner Neal Scott, R. 292 Warren Wilson SOPHOMORES Alexander Brewer Cunningham Cutter Doss Dowley Fearing Keener Richwood Regalia Wood FRESHMEN Herriges Thorndike SPRING PLEDGES Krall Parker Louderback Manzano Morrison Overhauser SOPHOMORES Ken Alexander Jack Brewer Jim Cunningham Robert Cunnison Jack Cutter George Dowley Thomas Doss Watson Fearing David Grayson Don Keener Myron Rapp Willard Redline Joe Richwood Edward Regalia Rudie Tretten Joe Wood FRESHMEN Dave Gilbert Bruce Herriges Tom Thorndike SPRING PLEDGES Fred Duffee J ohn Keith Jay Kopfer Guy Krall Lou Krall Oscar Louderback Al Manzano Harry Miller Rod Morrison Ray Olsen Floyd Overhauser Bruce Parker Stanle y Spaulding Les Weed 293 DELTA ursnon 2425 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE, 1834 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1898 SIXTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Edward V. Brewer Monroe E. Deutsch Lloyd L. Farrar John D. Hicks James Hopper, Jr. Neal McKeller Charles W. Merriman George R. Noyes Donald Pyle Lawrence M. Price Robert Sibley Herbert R. Stoltz James W. Thompson Robertson Ward Herbert C. Wyckoff GRADUATE Walter Lewis SENIORS Roy Andriesse Robert Cathcart Edward Channing Malcolm Channing John Conner Charles Cords Benjamin Corlett David Harper Warren Heiman John Hill Robert Johnson Dean Johnson Ned Keyes Charles Laughlin Gerald Malone Tom Nilon Edward Noonan Noel Pederson Robert Ristenpart Howard Scanlon Derk Strikwerda SENIORS Andriesse Channing, E. Conner Co rds Corlett Harper, D. Heiman, W. Hill Johnson, R. Johnson, D. Keyes Malone Maloney Nilon Noonan Ristenpart Strikwerda JUNIORS Arnold Donlon Harper, C. Jotter Karasky Manners M inahen McClaughry Orchison Reese 294 Robinson Sherman Stewart SOPHOMORES Heiman, L. Hal Johnson, T. Kinkead Martinelli Murry McDonnell McLeod Phillips Pletcher Sanderson Sellers FRESHMEN Best Botsford Cowen Kaveney Masters Misrach Owen SPRING PLEDGES Dux Moulin Plessas Roth Ryan JUNIORS Lewis Arnold Roger Donlon Pearce Godfrey Carl Grether Craig Harper James Jotter Craig Karasky Jack Manners Robert Minahen William McClaughry William Orchison Richard Reese Richard Robinson Robert Sherman Joseph Stewart George Suman SOPHOMORES Allen Thomas Johnson Laurence Heiman Robert Kinkead Steven Martinelli Robert Montagne Robert Munn Sherwin Murry George McDonnell Denny McLeod Thomas Pletcher Henry Sanderson Robert Sellers FRESHMEN Howard Best Herbert Botsford William Cowen Gary Kaveney Albert Masters Robert Misrach William Owen SPRING PLEDGES William Dux Donald Moulin James Plessas Hadden Roth Robert Ryan 295 DELTA TAU DELTA 2425 HILLSIDE AVENUE BETA OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1898 EIGHTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Francis Foot Ed Manske Lawrence Foster Morough O ' Brien Brutus Hamilton Warren Perry Roy Jastram Tom Steel Dr. Frank Kelly GRADUATE Bill Lenz SENIORS Bill Bird Dick Mills Jim Boone George Moller John Glascock Warren Perry Bob Koenig Hawk Stern Stu Manners Bill Winter Bruce McDonald JUNI ORS Dave Anderson Dick Mackey George Caig Sturten McDonald Don Dodson Jack Meers Dave Donlon Dave Nelson Bob Elder John Rysdorp Dave Fowler Don Stow Jim Hatch Tony Trutner Stan Klein SOPHOMORES Dave Cruickshank George Malloch John Dawson Sharon Norris Michell Dion Joe O ' Brien Russ Doe Frank Packard George Fish Pete Parrish Dave Johnson Kent Stainfield Norm Lien Tom Warren Tom Liston FRESHMEN Stan Butolph Ed Knox Winston Carmean Leighton Hahn Dan Clinkenbeard Bill Monroe Jim DeWitt Don Neely Dave Edmonson Bill Sangster Don Galloway SPRING PLEDGES Stanley Beideman Bill Halford John Bixby Harry Laughlin Dan Chapman Robert Meyer Norman Gard SENIORS Bird Boone Glascock Koenig Manners McDonald Moller Shepherd JUNIORS Anderson Dodson Donlon Hatch Klein Mackey McDonald Meers Nelson Rysdorp Stow Trutner SOPHOMORES Cruickshank Dawson Dion Doe Fish Johnson Lien Liston Mal loch Norris O ' Brien Packard Parrish Stainfield Warren FRESHMEN Butolph Carmean Clinkenbeard DeWitt Edmonson Gal loway Knox Monroe Neely Sangster SPRING PLEDGES Beideman Bixby Halford Laughlin Meyer 296 KAPPA ALPHA 2425 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND LEE COLLEGE, 1865 ALPHA X1 CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Bill Henderson King Simon SENIORS Jack Bogart Charles Carmichael William Charleson Walter Deets Harry Duddy Jack Elliot, Jr. Robert Griffin Peter Ley Carl Magnuson Frank Matthews Norman Metz Roy Meuhlberger Robert Paige David Parkinson Kenneth Prouty Robert Redfield Douglas Smith Robert Sumner William Turnquist Walter Ullrich Robert Wallerstedt Ronald Weaver Dale Webster Joseph Wetch Richard Bennell John Clowdsley John Crossman Mark Ellsworth Richard Hodge JUN IORS Earl Hook James Keiser Douglas McCune James Nelson Maurice Smith SOPHOMORES Edward Dalano Thomas Paulson Robert Dennis Richard Pollack Ronald Prouty Lester Sacks Donald Strong Richard Wagner James Warren FRESHMEN Barry Hutchison Joseph Solari Herbert Morrison John Spargo SPRING PLEDGES David Dezell Clifford Peterson Douglas Johnson Carl Rudolf Evan Johnson William Votaw Norman Kergaard William Warburton 297 Robert Evans William Hail Walter Herdig Bruce Higton Dick Lutz John MacFarlane SENIORS Bogart Carmichael Charleson Griffin Magnuson Meuhlberger Prouty Redfield Smith Sumner Turnquist Ullrich Wallerstedt Weaver Wetch JUNIORS Crossman Ellsworth Hodge Hook Keiser McCune SOPHOMORES Delano Evans Hail Heidig Lutz Paulson Prouty Sachs Warren FRESHMEN Hutchison Morrison Spargo SPRING PLEDGES Rodolf Warburton Or. . Ali hianq Immo. . moons KAPPA DELTA RHO 2250 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, 1905 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1924 SEVENTEEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE Dean Edward S. Rogers SENIORS Robert Barker Walter Ferenz William Fitzgerald Howard Friesen Stanley Gillette Robert Har ding Edwin Hart Donald Haworth D. Hendrickson R. Hendrickson Clyde La Jeunesse James Maccoun George Marr Robert Praetzel J. San Sebastian Rod Stewart Joseph Suta Robert Suth,rland Robert Tarnbini Jack Walstrom JUNIORS Vas Arnautoff John Becker Prank Buck r L;ufcher ohn Knox Lobert MacMahon Laird McIntosh Hugh Penman Hugh Preston William Rea Merritt Smalley David Stepanek Alan Talt Allen Whitaker Louis Watson SOPHOMORES Solon Barbis Donald Edgar David Geddes William Kenny Rush Manbert Edward Mickens Gerald Raydon Dieter Schugt Allen Whitsitt FRESHMEN Kieth Buck William Hoffman George Latinivich Darrell Olander Glenn Malone Phillip Willsey SPRING PLEDGES Alfred Cooper Robert Gibbel Richard Holcomb Stewart Lindauer Jaime Manzano Gordon Randall Richard Thatcher George Willsey SENIORS Ferenz Fitzgerald Friesen Harding Hart Haworth Hendrickson, D. Hendrickson, R Praetzel Sutherland JUNIORS Arnautoff Buck Knox MacMahon McIntosh Penman Preston Rea Smalley Stepaneck Whitaker Watson SOPHOMORES Edgar Geddes Kenny Mickens Schugt Whitsitt Buck Latinivich Malone SPRING PLEDGES Cooper Holcomb Thatcher 298 KAPPA nu 2506 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, 1911 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 THIRTEEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Harold Altschuler Leonard Begun Bernard Feldman Paul Goland Evan Goldenberg Harold Lansing Howard Schwitkis Irving Shemano Samuel Sinelnikoff Edgar Steinau Melvin Wilner JUNIORS Norman Avrech Irwin Levin Harold Lustig Yale Lyman Milton Pilhashy Milton Raasch Paul Stahl Emanuel Treitel Sam Winnikoff Max Zelikovsky SOPHOMORES Eugene Babow Stewart Feldstein Robert Harlick Gregory Moiseeff Nathan Sabsay FRESHMEN Joseph Futerman Steven Glick Sanford Kronfield .Jerome Lustig Harvard Lyman Irwin Silberman Cy Silvers Jerome Teller Sanford Weinberg SPRING PLEDGES Harvey Botansky Tom Thompson Dick Rosenberg Cy Silvers Al Winnikoff SENIORS Altschuler Begun Feldman Goland Goldenberg Lansing Shemano Sinelnikoff Steinau JUNIORS Levin Lustig, H. Lyman Pilhashy Raasch Stahl Treitel Zelikovsky SOPHOMORES Babow Feldstein Moiseeff Sabsay FRESHMEN Glick Kronfield Lustig, J. Lyman Silberman Teller 299 ' KAPPA SIGMA 2220 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1869 BETA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1901 ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Wes Fry Guy Montgomery SENIORS Jack Baker Thomas Bardet Thomas Bisho Richard Bowman Robert Brickell Kenneth Browne Jack Bullard Phillip Collischon William Englebright Leroy Gimbal James Greene John Hale Arthur Hall Alfred Haskell Raymond Lewis John Loutzenheizer Robert McKay John Munson Warren Parkinson William Penny Jack Prescott Boyd Quinn Jay Richards Robert Rinehart Edward Rosso Donald Schlaman James Spangler Carl Van Heuit JUNIORS Don Berry James Blamire Edward Blamire William Gillham Burton Grant Howard Hinck John McGervey Paul McKnight Jack McLenaghan Donald McRae Dean Meyer Robert Morrison Allen Pendarvis Richard Randolph Phillip Seaton Neale Tveitmoe James Wagner Franklin Watson SENIORS Baker Bardet Bisho Bowman Brickell Bullard Collischon Gimbal Hale Hall Haskell Lewis Loutzenheizer McKay Munson Parkinson Prescott Quinn Rinehart Schlaman JUNIORS Berry Blamire, J. Blamire, E. Grant Hinck Janopaul, P. McGervey ' McKnight McLenaghan McRae Meyer Morrison Pendarvis Randolph 300 SOPHOMORES Richard Anderson Stanley Bjonerud James Carroll Ray Davis John Dayvault Willson Edgerley Gerald Emerson Robert Johnston William MacBeath Banned Madison James Mohns Ralph Weber FRESHMEN Willis Andersen Norman Archibald James Blanchard Richard Ehni Richard Janopaul Gordon King Weldon Phillips SPRING PLEDGES Stephen Cary William Cary Charles Dahl Wayne Davis Edward DeSilva Bruce Edney Allen Flores Richard Holler Joseph Kalinski Donald McDaniel William Watters Seaton Wagner Simons SOPHOMORES Anderson Bjonertid Carroll Davis Dayvault Edgerley Emerson Johnston MacBeath Madison Mohns Weber FRESHMEN Andersen Archibald Blanchard Cary, S. Cary, W. Dahl Davis Edney Ehni Holler Janopaul, R. Kalinski King Phillips 301 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 1755 LEROY AVENUE FOUNDED AT BOSTON COLLEGE, 1909 MU ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Malcomb Currie John Silcox SENIORS Rick Bennett Lloyd Bradhoff Don Brown Al Corrin Robert Densmore Walt Duncan Robert Fox Harry Gardiser Fred Haines Ken Holway Robert Joke Walter Joke William Jolly Lloyd King Mort May Stanley Miller Barn Price William Rhea Dave Rutledge Don Sharman Laird Shepard Allan Thode Roger.Troxell Leroy Wigginton JUNIORS Robert Baham William Buchanan Jack Craig Robert Cummings Robert Duncan Dick Eaton William Ellsworth Robert Fitzgerald Earle Gibbons Ray Hollenbeck Clyde Jeffrey John Knight Peter Lund Frank Meyers Joe Mulroy William O ' Hara Don Palmer William Panttaja William Regon Jack Stewart Al Wheelan GRADUATES Silcox SENIORS Bennett Brown, D. Corrin Densmore Holway Joke, R. King May Miller Rhea Rutledge Shepard Troxel I Wigginton JUNIORS Baham Buchanan Craig Cummings Duncan, Robt. Duncan, Rog. Eaton Ellsworth Fitzgerald Gibbons Jeffrey Knight Meyers Mulroy O ' Hara Palmer Panttaja Regon 302 Stewart Wheelan SOPHOMORES Gardiser Johnson, Don L evikow Lund McGregor Orr Ritchey Stathakis West Bottorf Bowers Hand Knutson McKewon McLachlan Rankin Repath, K. Repath, R. Silcox Wood, J. Wood, R. Wraith SPRING PLEDGES Degracia Johnson, Denny Johnson, T. Mattis Pitts SOPHOMORES Don Ford George Gardiser Don Johnson Russ Levikow Ken Lifquist William McGregor Arthur Orr Frank Ritchey George Stathakis Les West FRESHMEN Blair Bottorf Robert Bowers Andrew Hand Dave Knutson Robin McKewon Stanley McLachlan Robert Rankin Ken Repath Richard Repath Hugh Silcox Jack Wood Robert Wood Charles Wraith SPRING PLEDGES Bill Degrade George De Uriosik Denny Johnson Ted Johnson Tom Mattis Bud Pitts Len Weaver 303 PHI DELTA THETA 2717 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1848 CALIFORNIA ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1873 ONE HUNDRED AND TEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Bob Arnold Dr. Edwin B. Baldrey Dr. Karl M. Bowman George Break James W. Fesler Norman Foxworthy William Gillis Joel Hildebrand 01ly Kern James McBaine Dr. George McChesney Cyrus Mead Dr. Raymond J. Nutting Dr. Alvin Powell Perley Ray Harold Small Thomas Stow Robert Tessier William Twitchell GRADUATES Charles Coyle Robert Gill Richard Johnson SENIORS John Adams Dan Begovich Donald Bentley James Brierly Bill Bueermann John Callan Park Dingwell Ben Foster Rod Franz John Grady John Grubb Fred Hawkins Larry Holland Robert Hoover John Howell Richard Kelly Donald Kincaid George Leatherman Donald Miller Bud Moulthrop Rube Navarro Eric Nielsen William Ray William Rienhard Guy Watson Peter Wolff James Wyatt GRADUATES Gill SENIORS Begovich Bueermann Cone Dingwell Edwards Evans Falconer Franz Grady Grubb Hawkins Holland Howell Kincaid Miller Moulthrop Nielsen Rienhard Wyatt JUNIORS Brown Denault Haugner Knox 304 Malde Polglase Robertson Sylva Tindell SOPHOMORES Booth Devon King Lawson MacNamara Peterson Seeliger Wheaton FRESHMEN Anderson Ball Becker Dorward Ellis Kincade SPRING PLEDGES Anderson Doberg Hiscox Martucci Risbrough JUNIORS Peter Anderson Richard Blos Grant Brown Thomas Bruce Latham Cone Robert Dana William Denault Richard Haugner Ronald Hubbard Barney Knox Donald Lee Paul Malde Warren Park James Payne Harry Polglase Roy Raphail Tom Robertson Walter Tindell Thomas Trowbridge Charles Way SOPHOMORES John Booth Al Devon John Frieburg Dan Glines Phil Kenville Donald King Ted Lawson Richard MacNamara Sid Peterson Robert Seeliger Richard Wheaton FRESHMEN John Anderson Jack Blair Mike Ball Jerry Becker Donald Dorward Hal Ellis Thomas Greenleaf Donald Kincade Douglas Tyler SPRING PLEDGES Kenneth Anderson Dick Doberg Dick Hiscox Charles Martucci Mark Noble, Jr. John Risbrough 305 PHI GAMMA DELTA 2395 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1848 DELTA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1886 SEVENTY-NINE CHAPTERS •A• I UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Luis Alvares LeRoy Briggs George C. Briggs Charles Derleth Willard Durham Norman Hinds William Laube Woodbridge Metcalf Jacques Schnier GRADUATE Dick Frost SENIORS Lawson Adams Bill Anderson Bill Bailey Don Ball Dave Dibble Paul Fisher Sam Hackett Ken Johnson Ciaran Kennedy Herb Magnuson Phil Mering Bob Mohlthen Henry Jim Ohm Norm Pressley Pen Whitehead JUNIORS Grant Bennett Bob Bittner Mike Dakis Hank Duffie Tom Eckternach Brad Gleason Frank Gould Tom Gross Bob Gustafson Don Ludwig Burt Mason Flemming McGrath Dick Northern Don Pringle Jack Rasmussen Bill Reiger Bob See Walt Strycker Jack Vohs Jim Vohs SENIORS Anderson Ball Dibble Kennedy Magnuson Mering Ohm Pressley JUNIORS Bennett Bittner Dakis Gleason Gould Gross Gustafson Ludwig Mason Northern Pringle See Strycker Vohs, Jack Vohs, Jim SOPHOMORES Allington Bartlett Broderick 306 • SOPHOMORES Jack Allington Ed Bartlett Bill Broderick Fred Corfee Mel Doyle Larry Horan Jack Jackson Dick LemMon Pete Mering Tom Pratt Les Richter Joe Rowe Bob Rowell Pete Scott Lew Smith Dudley Sparks Nick Veliotes Stan Ware FRESHMEN Don Curran Joel Cronenwett Dick Doyle Bob Froeschle Bill Govan Tom McGrath Bill Noyes Tom Reiger Bill Solomen Ken Sullivan SPRING PLEDGES Hoot Bennett Doug Brown Hohn Cadenasso Carl Elmendorf Bob Innis Hack Monroe Jim Nevin Bill Roberts Nick Rugen Ray Squeri Corfee Doyle Jackson Mering Pratt Rowe Rowell Scott Smith Sparks Veliotes Ware FRESHMEN Cronenwett Froeschle McGrath Noyes Reiger Solomen Sullivan SPRING PLEDGES Brown, D. Cadenasso Monroe Roberts Rugen 307 PHI KAPPA PSI 2625 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1852 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1889 FIFTY-THREE CHAPTERS ASSOCIATE Edwin Wendell Pauley SENIORS Donald Anderson Andrew Bacigalupi Robert Best Thomas Casey Claud Conners Timothy Cronin Raymond DeJong Michael Drew Martin Durante James Duvaras Charles Erb Cameron Fair Donald Forrest John Granfield Jerald Hayes Theodore Kenfield William Mailloux Chester Martin Robert Ransohoff Harold Stone John Taylor Charles Watt Robert Wollbrinck JUNIORS Ralph Allen Lee Bonesteel Allen Bumala Melvin Corwin Charles Dohn B. Erkenbrecker George Jones Robert Kniptash Frank Lamb Robert Lee Joe McKim Lud Renick James Snowden John Thompson SOPHOMORES Edward Evans Frank Harrigan Sherman Locke Patrick McNulty William Miller Russell Nicholson Edwin Purtell Tom Turner Ernest Watson FRESHMEN George Anderson Leroy Bernadou Richard Cook George Hainley Robert Parkin Pierre Pellissier Peter Watt George Whiting SPRING PLEDGES George Horn Russ Elledge Donald Prina SENIORS Bacigalupi Best Conners DeJong Duvaras Forrest Granfield Mailloux Martin Ransohoff Stone JUNIORS Allen Bonesteel Corvin Dohn Hutchinson Lamb Lee McKim Renick Thompson SOPHOMORES Evans McNulty Miller Nicholson Pu rte II Turner FRESHMEN Anderson Cook Hain ley Parkin Pell issier Watt Whiting SPRING PLEDGE Elledge 308 PI ALPHA PHI 2420 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1929 ONE CHAPTER SENIORS Chin Chinn Din Jiu Lee, M. Mah Ong Wong JUNIOR Lee, C. SOPHOMORE Yuen GRADUATES Fee Chang Chong Chan Prentiss Dong Dick Hum Roland Jang George Mye Johnny Yee Cho Yu SENIORS Paul Chin Martin Chinn Harry Choi Frank Din Richard Jiu George Lee Mervyn Lee John Lee George Lim Raymond Louie Daniel Mah Mun Mah Walter Ong Steven Wong Tom Woo JUNIORS Roy Chinn Clarence Fong George Fung Edward Gong William Lam Chen Lee Edward Lee Peter Lim Lawrence Ng James Wong Joe Wong Willard Yep Robert Yuen Wilbert Yuen SOPHOMORES Roland Chew Robert Jones Harley Look Edmund Lowe Stephen Yuen FRESHMAN Henry Ng SPRING PLEDGES Kenneth Chew Bak Chin Philip Choy George Din Jack Din Fremont Fong Joseph Gong Gilbert Hum Nay Jue Albert Louie Jack Lowe Allen Owyang Douglas Wong 310 PHI HOPPA SIGMA 1756 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVER SITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1850 ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1903 FORTY-THREE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES David P. Barrows Thomas Buck John U. Calkins, Jr. R. Courtney Cornett Malcolm M. Davisson Maurice E. Harrison Walter M. Hart Clyde S. Johnson Ivan M. Linforth George D. Louderback Heber A. Newson SENIORS Richard Aberley John Bartlett James Bastable George Clausen George Easter John Erdelatz Richard Fagerstrom Maurice Gibson Terrance Grew Richard Hafner Edward Hawkins Frank Higgins Hubbard Howe James Kennedy Herman Langner Richard Larkey Theodore Lutge Kenneth Remington Louis Rhodes Donald Schroeder George Sloan Jack Stahl Robert Steffens Raymond Wood Steven York JUNIORS Dexter Ahlgren Robert Atkinson Robert Davidson Bruce Forster Peter Fraser Murray Gardner Walter Gardner Bruce Hanger William Hanson Henry Lutge Robert MacDougall Charles Richards George Souza SENIORS Aberley Bartlett Bastable Clausen Easter Fagerstrom Gibson Kennedy Lutge, T. Remington Rhodes Schroeder Sloan Stahl Steffens Watt JUNIORS Ahlgren Atkinson Davidson Forster Fraser Hanger Lutge, H. 310 MacDougall Richards SOPHOMORES Crenshaw Fridlund Greenleaf Peretti Probert Wolf FRESHMEN Cunliffe Hagist Ingram Ross Young SPRING PLEDGES Blom Caulfield Lee Nidever Rogers Rosenblatt Talbot Wood Lady Geraldine SOPHOMORES Robert Crenshaw Donald Fridlund Robert Greenleaf William Marsh William Peretti Myron Probert Clement Speiden John Wolf FRESHMEN Peter Cunliffe Frederick Hagist Thomas Ingram James Ross Robert Stewart Henry Wilson Robert Young SPRING PLEDGES Gil Atkinson Peter Blom Flave Burket Lee Caulfield Lee Cross Richard Kessel Fred Lee Richard Nidever Jack Rogers Bruce Rosenblatt Lee Talbot Bill Wood DOG Lady Geraldine of Euclid 311 PHI KAPPA TAU 2335 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1906 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 SIXTY-TWO CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Alfred E. Maffly Kenneth F. Paulovich William K. Schmelzle SENIORS Gerald Appel Boyd Gibson Frank Hahn Benjamin Hansen Charles Hathaway Morrison Jones Alfred Kerr Robert J. Loken William Martin John Martsoff Vincent Monte Ronald Morgan Raymond Read Henry Rotticci Charles Shaw Stanley Stetson James Sthruthers Frank Summers Francis Tims George Triphon JUNIORS Jack Chourre William Eastburn Jerry Flieder Edward Frey Robert Ingram Russell Ingram Frederick Jackson Bruce Kinnear Richard Loken Donald Loorz Paul Newman David Perkins Gabriel Plea Paul Priola Maynard Rotermund Gorden Seck Richard Smurthwaite Patrick Smythe Byron Wiegand SENIORS Appel Hahn Hansen, B. Hathaway Jones Kerr Loken, R. J. Martsoff Monte Rotticci Shaw Stetson Sthruthers Summers Tims Triphon JUNIORS Chourre Eastburn Flieder Jackson Loken Loorz Newman Perkins Plaa 312 SOPHOMORES Robert Beal Roland Bianci George Loorz Jerry Petersen Richard Robb Robert Towle FRESHMEN Gary Burg Harold Callison Roger Gilbert Robert Raban Richard Righter Oliver White SPRING PLEDGES Wildon Asp David Cobble Stephen Connor David Grant Alan Haight Carl Hansen Henry McFarland Philip Morgan John Taylor Jack Tubbs Ross Tucker Norman Van Patten Robert McLean , Edward Reasoner Priola Rotermund Seck Smurthwaite Smythe Wiegand SOPHOMORES Beal Bianci Robb Towle FRESHMEN Burg Callison Gilbert Raban Righter White SPRING PLEDGES Asp Cobble Grant Hansen Kinnear McFarland Taylor Tucker Van Patten Reasoner 313 PHI SIGMA KAPPA 2312 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT MASSACHUSETTS STATE COLLEGE, 1873 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 FIFTY-FIVE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Richard L. Adams Clinton Evans Walter Frederick Farnham P. Griffiths Thomas C. Mayhew Franklin C. Palm SENIORS James Ahrens Donald Anderson Joseph Atkinson Robert Barnard Robert Brown Rafael Cordero William Davidson Bob Edwards Louis Gianelli Robert Hemenway John Hubbs Harold Machado Charles Mayne Herbert McDuffee Jennings Pierce Ralph Reichhold Warren Schoonover JUNIOR Norman Armstrong Rolf Fromme Melvyn Johnson DeWitt Leitch Gay McCline Richard Moore Richard Murwane Richard Osorio David Otis Philip Strauss SENIORS Ahrens Anderson Atkinson Cordero Davidson Edwards Gianelli Hemenway Hubbs King Machado Pierce Reichhold Schoonover Toellner Terrnen White JUNIORS Johnson !Crammer Leitch McCline Murwane Otis Strauss SOPHOMORE Boasso 314 Fisher GilIon Hibbs Kirkpatrick Marra Mayo Miksits Mills Mulliner Stabler FRESHMEN Elliott Hootman SPRING PLEDGES Atkinson Costa Cranmer Friesen Gorman Hickey Long Loizeaux Manhard Pearson Pierce Troughton SOPHOMORES Alan Baer Remo Boasso Robert Born Craig Fisher Robert Gillon Joseph Hibbs Robert Kirkpatrick August Marra George Mayo John Miksits Clayton Mills Richard Mulliner John Stabler David Waugh FRESHMEN Robert Byres Donald Elliott Joseph Hootman William White SPRING PLEDGES Robert Born David Costa Richard Pearson Richard Cotter Lawrence White Donald Atkinson Lee Cranmer Elmer Friesen Richard Gardella Richard Gorman Donald Hickey Bruce Kelley Donald Loizeaux David Long Donald Manhard Robert Pierce Thomas Troughton Thomas Damran 315 PI KAPPA ALPHA 2324 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1868 ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 NINETY-THREE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Carlton D. Hulin William Neal Thomas Stewart Lynn Waldorf Garf B. Wilson Mother Camper Laski GRADUATES Chuck Hattersley Meredith Jones Jay Martin Robert Jarboe Dick Miller Tom Turnbull SENIORS J. D. Abramson Michell Abramson, Jr. Arno Affeldt Cliff Anderson Bill Bigelow Thomas Bowles George Browning Joseph J. Carter Stewart Clark Phil A. Crane Kermit Dorius Darell Dinwiddie Dick Erving Roy Grimm Bill Hahn David Kell Parker Kemp Bruce Jaeger Arthur Myers Bruce Pass Lenard Pechinino Klaus Saegebarth Karl Satterfield Ken Smith Jack Snapp Donald Stauffer David Walters SENIORS Abramson, J. Affeldt Anderson Bigelow Carter Clark Crane Dorius Dinwiddie Grimm Hahn Kell Kemp Satterfield Snapp Stauffer JUNIORS Abramson, L. 316 Berg Cleveland Copeland Hardman Hare Judy Ratchford Smith SOPHOMORES Cal lender Frost Hughes Moore Rose FRESHMEN Bargones McCarthy Young Bigelow, R. JUNIORS Lee Abramson Ray Berg Jack Cleveland John Copeland Bruce Crane Dale Edwards Paul Gray Howard L. Hardman John W. Hare Harold A. Judy Stanley Maritzen William Harlow Joseph Mendoza Dick Merrill Bill Nordlund David Newby Lou Nielsen Donald Payne Jim Powell Tom Ratchford John Ruddock Bill Rush Harold Savage Steve Schneider Tom Schwartz Gil Sheffield Ray Smith Elwin Williams SOPHOMORES William Callender Bill Corey Waldo Cook Fred Bolton Vic Fischer Dudley Frost Jim Hughes Dick Hare Monroe King Herb Moore Ron Mutti Allen Rose FRESHMEN Ron Bargones Bob McCarthy El Peckham Bart Young SPRING PLEDGES Russell Bigelow James Bramble Donald Emmerick Russell Frey Bill Haney Jack Lund Tony McCrory Bart Miller Bob Watson 317 PI KAPPA PHI 2634 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, 1904 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 FIFTY CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ' Henry E. Erdman GRADUATES William Bartley Richard Fiscus SENIORS Stanley Ausman Jack Davis Edgar Farrel C. Fitzsimmons Arthur Heath Lloyd Heger James Low David Mallory Millis Oakes Harland Ross Jack Sloan Harvey Taylor Arnold Turner Robert Zeni JUNIORS Charles Atteberry William Berry Warren Carson George Denton Hugh Merhoff Stuart Monfort Edwin Nelson Robert Parmelee Linder Sackrison Harold Simmons Danforth White, Jr. SOPHOMORES Robyn Badger Loren Baker Robert Casey David D avison Richard Houston James Knowles Charles Merrell Paul Petruzzelli William Rains Joseph Scheffer FRESHMEN Herbert Brown Walton Ellis Robert Ewing Charles Stinson Rex Young SPRING PLEDGES William Berry Dwight Campbell Dana Carkey Douglas Higgins Jim Kinlock Bob Ross Wyne Stephens Donald White DOG Lady, mascot GRADUATES Bartly Fiscus SENIORS Ausman Davis Farrel Fitzsimmons Heger Oakes Ross Sloan Taylor Turner Zeni JUNIORS Atteberry Carson Merhoff Monfort Nelson Parmelee Sackrisen Simmons White SOPHOMORES Badger Baker Davison Houston Knowles Merrell Petruzzelli Rain Scheffer FRESHMEN Brown Ellis Stinson SPRING PLEDGE Campbell 318 PI LAMBDA PHI 2727 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1895 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 THIRTY-THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Casty Licht Packer Press Shapiro JUNIORS Bistrini Fox Garfinkle Gold Lenoff Rosenblatt Stone Sweet Symonds SOPHOMORES Glick Goldsmith Levin, A. Levin, S. Shatz Weinberger Wolfe FRESHMEN Cahen Clar, F. Israel Jacoby Hohn Levin, M. Platt Rosenthal Watman UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Sanford Goldner Charles Lamden GRADUATE Donald Seiler SENIORS Alan, Casty Elwood Davidson Leon Davis Samuel Elster Norman Heller Robert Lauter Jack Lehman Norman Licht Floyd Packer Bernard Press Everett Shapiro Donald Unger Raymond A eisberg JUNIORS Harry Bistrin Clyde Cohen Jerry Colvin Marvin Fox Eugene Garfinkle Philip Gold Howard Gurvitz Bernard Lenoff Herman Popiul L. Rosenblatt Robert Stone Donald Sweet Malcolm Symonds Howard Weber SOPHOMORES Kenneth Bellings Arthur Glick L. Goldsmith Philip Hill Alan Levin Stanley Levin Mycom Moonitz Russell Shatz Robert Weinberger Howard Weiser Alexander Wolfe FRESHMEN Herbert Bluer Donald Cahen Fred Clar Harvey Clar Richard Israel Marvin Jacoby Malcolm Kohn Hal Levin Marvin Levin Donald Platt S. Rosenthal Sidney Watman SPRING PLEDGES Jess Abramovitz Mervyn Durlestec Donald Kamler Lloyd Melnick Roger Shatz Robert Wolff 319 PSI uPsnon 1815 HIGHLAND PLACE FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1833 EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES B. Etcheverry James Parsons James Hahn Leon Richardson Donald Mackay Rudolph Schevill Dr. H. Naffziger William Simpson SEN IORS James Beaver Howard Middleton K. Brittingham Ashley Radcliffe Charles Callaghan Irven Reynolds Howard Fleming W. Richardson Harold Keenan Ralph Skillen Aloysius Laube Albert Taylor Peter Leaf Frank Vevera Richard Merritt Thomas Wolfe JUN IORS John Behel Robert McDonough Charles Biggs Charles Sheedy E. Brittingham Robert Spencer G. Brittingham Ward Swift Victor Etienne Peter VanSicklen Walter Lord MacKenzie Wasson Thomas Martin Neil Woodburn SOPHOMORES Thomas Beyrle Robert Harrison Paul Bramwell William Minor Howard Harris Robert Peeke FRESHMEN Charles Dresel John Ricksen F. Emanuels Rupert Ricksen Douglas Gordon Robert Rolph Clay Gray Richard Sergeant Kevin Merrick Archer Stewart Irvine Phillips William Wigmore SPRING PLEDGES John Cardoza Donald Harris Rusty Etienne George Norville Richard Underwood SENIORS Callaghan Fleming Latibe Leaf Merritt Middleton Reynolds Richardson Skillen Taylor Wolfe JUNIORS Betel Biggs Martin Woodburn SOPHOMORES Harris Minor Peeke FRESHMEN Dresel Emanuels Gordon Gray Phillips Ricksen, J. Ricksen, R. Rolph Sergeant Stewart Wigmore SPRING PLEDGES Norville Underwood 320 SIGMA CHI 2345 COLLEGE AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1855 ALPHA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1886 ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN CHAPTERS GRADUATE Briggs SENIORS Aubertine Blackshear Bromberg Carrington Darrow, R. Darrow, K. Hambrick Hanson MacLean Neudeck Palm Reardon Rowe Sinnock Unger Westerv elt White Wilson JUNIORS Fitton Fuller Givler Greer Holm McCambridge McClendon Wilson SOPHOMORES Baumann Grossman Hansen Heltne Keville Leggo MacKey Raycraft Roberts Theilan Updegraff FRESHMEN Curtis Hillman Jacobs SPRING PLEDGES Angel Arado Bandy Brown Davis, J. Johnson Gutierrez Saylor Storer Venator William Briggs James Lent Robert White SEN IORS Harace Aubertine James Blackshear Oliver Bascom Barton Bromberg Robert Campbell Troy Carrington Donald Conner Robert Darrow Kernit Darrow Daniel Greer Kenneth Hambrick Hugo Hanson Gordon MacLean Richard Manildi Donald Neudeck Wade Nittler Dean Ormsby Kimball Palm Richard Rausch Thomas Reardon Frank Rowe Edward Shelton George Sinnock Dean Unger Kendall Vickery Richard Westervelt Robert White Edward Wilson JUN IORS John Fitton Jack Givler Charles Fairchild James Fuller William Greer William Hagler Donald Holm William Lack Jack Martin Richard MacFie T. McCambridge Dwayne McClendon James Vanderveen Steele Wilson SOPHOMORES Hans Baumann Walter Betshart Richard Dole Donald Edmonston William Grossman James Hansen Bruce Heltne Ja ck Keville Jack MacKey Thomas Raycraft Hugh Roberts Gordon Theilan James Updegraff FRESHMEN William Curtis Arthus Hillman Paul Jacobs SPRING PLEDGES Ed Angel John Arado Bob Bandy Howard Brown Max Guiterras Bob Johnson Stan Saylor Tom Storer Louis Venator Jim Smith UNIVERSITY Stanley Barnes Dr. H. P. Muller Clarence " Nibs " Price GRADUATES 321 SIGMA ALPHA EPSIL011 2722 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1856 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1894 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOUR CHAPTERS GRADUATES Davis Becklund SENIORS Ahlgren Akers Blanc Cameron Carpenter Daniel Dresser Funderburk Gates Hileman Hobbs, G. Hobbs, H. Hodges Jatho Kidder Logan Mathews Nichols Osborne Parson Rei UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Stuart Daggett Ralfe Miller Paul Straubinger John Talbot GRADUATES Joe Davis Robert Becklund Gus Manolis Wilson Pendery John Wright SENIORS George Ahlgren Thomas Akers Allen Blanc Kenneth Cameron Robert Carpenter William Conley Richard Daniel Duane Dresser William Evans Robert Fleming Dan Funderburk Stuart Gates John Gibson Robert Hileman Harold Hobbs Donald Hodges Ted Jatho Edgar Kendrick Richard Kidder Robert Logan Richard Lowell Lloyd McCormick Hal Marquis Charles Mathews Graydon Nichols Robert Osborne Allen Parson Robert Patmont Marshall Plant William Rei Thomas Roberts Peter Rush Ray Timmerman Austin Turner Peter Wagner Jack Weiss Emerson Wiser William Woolley 322 Timmerman Weiss Wiser Woolley JUNIORS Andrews Decker DeJerf Everson Hart Kincade Mathews Manolis Schlichtmann Terry Gear SOPHOMORES Wright Huhn Hummer McKee Robinson FRESHMEN Beck, E. DeKlotz Lowell Plosser SPRING PLEDGES Porter Turmon Baxter JUNIORS John Andrews Gene Applegate Gilbert Beck John Brudin William Classen Al Davies Peter Decker Donald DeJerf Larry Doan William Durland Donald Everson William Gear William Hart Richard Kincade Ted Mathews Paul Manolis James Russell John Schlichtmann Harold Steger Hampton Terry Roy Ward Richard Weyeneth SOPHOMORES Edward Farnham Graham Harris William Holmes James Huhn William Hummer Jack Lynd Michael McKee Lorne Main Donald Praeger William Robinson Richard Stevens David Turner James Wright FRESHMEN Eldon Beck Fred DeKlotz Joe Knowland Ed Lipstreu Wayne Lowell William MacLaughlin William Plosser Glenn Spencer SPRING PLEDGES James Baxter William Budron Alfred Dietsch William Groeniger Donald Hartley Robert Jerry Robert Meyer Richard Porter Charles Sarver Robert Turmon 323 SIGMA ALPHA mu 1735 LEROY AVENUE FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1909 SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1929 FORTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS GRADUATES Irving Goldberg William Hexter Bernard King Marvin Rosenblum Ralph Weimberg SENIORS Jerry Berger Herbert Berk Norman Bushberg Marshall Fri edman Lauren Frumes Sam Goldberg Harvey Gogol Aaron Greenberg Edward Hart Leslie Joseph Raymond Kappe Harold Kirsch Norman Lieberman Arthur Mantell Ira Martin Leonard Nasatir Seymour Rose Donald Sichel Arthur Siegel Arnold Spector Donald Wacks JUNIORS Bernard Bloch David Hayden Richard Hart Robert LaVine Mary Lewis Jack Lipian Lionel Markusfeld Stanley Miller Harlan Permutter Harold Redsun Alex Rosen Milton Rosenberg Daniel Stroble Manuel Talkovsky GRADUATES Goldberg, I. King Rosenblum Weimberg SENIORS Berger Berk Capper Goldberg, S. Greenberg Hart, E. Kirsch Lieberman Martin Nasatir Rose Siegel, A. Spector JUNIORS Hart, R. Lipian 324 Millet ' Permutter Rosen Stroble SOPHOMORES Benas Berg, I. Drabkin Dunn Kessler Kornfield Leue Phillips Siegel, S. Wright FRESHMAN Marylander SPRING PLEDGES Bogart Maier Polonsky Sharp Stauss Wolf Zimmerman SOPHOMORES Mickey Benas Irving Berg Robert Drabkin Ronald Douglas Ralph Dunn Alvin Frank Allen Kessler George King Jim Kornfield Robert Leve Curtis Meier Gordon Phillips Martin Schultz Lawrence Shostak Seymour Siegel Roger Singer Cecil Weintraub Marco Weiss Sheldon Wright FRESHMEN Stanley Gogol Stuart Marylander SPRING PLEDGES Harold Averbach Paul Bogart Edwin Maier Lenard Polonsky Paul Robbins Joseph Sharp Micky Sher Mauricio Sherer Irwin Shonberger Howard Stauss Mark Toben kin Harold Trimble Leonard Wolf Stanley Zimmerman 325 SIGMA nu 2710 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 BETA PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1892 ONE HUNDRED AND SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Douglas Frame David Kirby GRADUATE Louis Banker SENIORS Robert Baker George Bull Richard Calender Robert Cole Douglas Hamilton Harold Hoppe Paul Hopper Raymond King Fred Koch James Lucas Mark McKimmins Donald Moyer Philip Oertli Walter Orey George Oviedo Wilmer Parsons John Russell Peter Schoonmaker Eric Schultz Andrew Sfingi Clark Smith John Swift Winston Teague JUNIORS Merrill Albert Richard Becker James Benefield Bruce Bernhard Richard Dunn Roger Fipps Warren Fisher Richard Groger James Howe Richard Lewis Chris Markey Fred Masferman Douglas McClellan Andrew Mirov James Monachino George Moore John Ralston Jack Spear William Upton SENIORS Bull Calender Hamilton Hoppe Hopper McKimmins Oertli Orey Parsons Russell Schoonmaker Schultz Smith Teague JUNIORS Albert Becker Benefield Dunn Fisher Lewis Markey McClellan Mirov Spear Upton 326 SOPHOMORES Arnot Belton Chapman King Montano Price, V. Price, L. Wheeler FRESHMEN Boyer Brink Brown Ditzler Green Greene Hutchins Mais O ' Hare Olszewski Peterson Thomson Tiernan Verling PLEDGES Imler King SOPHOMORES Sheldon Arnot Herbert Belton James Chapman William Hooy Rodney Hughes Richard Johnson Robert King Jordan Montano Roger Norgren Luther Price Vincent Price Leonard Wheeler Kenneth Wells FRESHMEN Richard Boyer James Brink Arthur M. Brown Hugh Ditzler Bliss Green Raymond Greene Preston Hutchins William Mais William Dean O ' Hare John Olszewski John Peterson William Thomson Don Tiernan Richard Verling David Zavadil SPRING PLEDGES James Benefield Roger Fippes Harper Imler Ray King Fred Masterman Dwight Merriman George Moore Phil Oertli Al Winslow 327 SIGMA PHI 2307 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1827 ALPHA OF CALIFORNIA ESTABLISHED 1912 TEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES William V. Cruess Dr. W. G. Donald Clifton Kroeber Theodore Kroeber Grant Loomis Harold Luepp Robert Olson Earl Warren SENIORS James Flood Kenneth Fuller Kenneth Murray James Stewart John Vukasin James Waste William Wilson JUNIORS Leland Anderson Howard Graves Robert Laird Gordon Morrison Robert Murray James Parker David Peugh Eric Phillips Douglas Tripp James Wilson Norman Young SOPHOMORES Thomas Adams John Crittenden James Culpepper Edgar Dethlefsen Richard Glenn Robert Henderson David Hudson Samuel Mason Donald Nichols Myrl Scott Roderick Waterfall Philip Wyche FRESHMEN Dave Fuller Douglas Gladstone Glenn Gulvin Peter Noack Joseph Stewart SPRING PLEDGES James Cooley Barry LaRieu James Neiswanger SENIORS Flood Fuller Murray, K. Stewart Vukasin Waste Wilson, W. JUNIORS Anderson Graves Morrison Murray, R. Parker Peugh Phillips Tripp Wilson, J. Young SOPHOMORES Adams Crittenden Dethlefsen Glenn Henderson Hudson Nichols Scott Waterfall Wyche FRESHMEN Fuller Gladstone Gulvin SPRING PLEDGES Cooley LaRieu Neiswanger 328 SIGMA PI 2431 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, 1897 IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS GRADUATE Franklin SENIORS Ash Basham Bigelow Rehfield Cannon Carlson Cruzon Dobbs Erwin Harrison Johnson MacDonald Miller Roushdi Rozelle Rozynko Stone JUNIORS Halpin Hardy Kite Mark Pirojnikoff Price Richardson Robinson Slaybaugh Smith Stephens Tumbleson Whitney SOPHOMORES Allerton Kasatkin McCann FRESHMAN Smith UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES James Martin Maynard Martin George Mallory GRADUATES Marvin Brown Hal Franklin SENIORS Ned Ash William Basham Richard Bigelow Gran Campbell Donald Cannon Jack Carlson Harry Copeland Donald Cruzon Bill Dobbs Michael Downing Hugh Erwin Charles Harrison Hubert Johnson Edward Kieft Max Lauritzen William MacDonald Daryl McKinstry Budd Miller John Murray Andrew Nielsen Rod Rehfeld Leland Rozelle Adli Roushdi Vitali Rozynko Arnold Seepol Ross Shade Willard Stone Charles Thompson Caries Warn JUNIORS Grady Frymire Robert Halpin Hollis Hardy Gordon Johnson James Kite Hans Mark Leo Pirojnikoff David Price William Richardson Donald Robinson James Slaybaugh Walter E. Smith Phil Stephens Reginald Tumbleson Carrol Whitney SOPHOMORES Allerton Blake Michael Kasatkin James McCann FRESHMAN Sheldon Smith SPRING PLEDGES Dennis Fargas Ronald Hansen Jim Johnston Sam LeLand Bob McNary John Rock Herb Wheeler Bennett Wolfe 329 TAU KAPPA EPSIL011 2725 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT ILLINOIS WESLYAN UNIVERSITY, 1899 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1919 SEVENTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE Dr. Edwin E. Ghiselli SENIORS Seth Thomas Burdette Duncan Carter Leonard Corestino William DeMartini George Dove Paul Engler Robert Fingado John Heaney Roy Hoffman Hawk Hyde Robert Jamison Kenneth Janssen Robert Langston Edwin Litsinger William MacPherson William Moore Franklin Smith Roger Stansfield Dave Stead Glen Strahl Don Talbott JUNIORS Ivan Brandt Elbert Clark Roy Claxton Frank Clough Daniel Costello Robert Dickerson Herman Fisher William Graham Ernest Ha rtsoc John Hays Bud Jamison George Jensen Auguste Peck John Petric Roland Robie Donald Sampsel Karl Zellmann SENIORS Burdette Carter Corestino DeMartini Engler Fingado Hoffman Hyde Jamison Janssen Langston Lawrie MacPherson Moore Smith Stansfield Stead Strahl Talbott JUNIORS Brandt Clark Claxton 330 Clough Costello Dickerson Graham Fisher Hartsoc Hays Jensen Peck Petric Rohie Sampsel Zellmann SOPHOMORES deWeid Engler Gnas Heath Herzog Marshall Nye Park s Shannon Shipley , Siegrist FRESHMEN Cowan DeFiebre Kimball Wray Young SPRING PLEDGE Szabo SOPHOMORES Jacque deWeid William Ells Mark Engler Joseph Gnas Robert Heath William Herzog Griffith Marshall Roger Nye Mack Parks Foster Shannon Maynard Shipley Fredric Siegrist Martin Sprague FRESHMEN Bruce Cowan Bruce DeFiebre David Kimball Stuart Mclllraith William Schnack Charles Wray John Young SPRING PLEDGES Jack Kirks Richard Gause Jeff Graves Roger Herrling George Laftus Phillip Merritt Louis Szabo 331 THETA CHI 2462 LECONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT NORTHFIELD, VERMONT, 1856 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 EIGHTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Robert DeLibon Dr. R. H. DeWitt Lars Peterson James Sheppard F. Noel Spiess GRADUATES Robert Cartwright William Cole Albert Melrose SENIORS Alan Axelson Justin Bardellini Mark Bates Daniel Cameron Roland Carrothers Alan Cundall Robert Fischbeck Kenneth Fryer Jack Griffin John Hansen Walter Hart Albert Huber Kenneth Kolb Stephen Leach Charles Lumbard Wilbur MacPherson Walter Mitchell Robert Rouse Alfred Runner Lloyd Scott Maurice Smith Francis Stagnaro Leo Sullivan James Timmons John Wright GRADUATE Cartwright SENIORS Bardellini Cameron Cundal I Fischbeck Fryer Griffin Hart Kolb Leach Lumbard MacPherson Mitchell Rouse Runner Scott Stagnaro Sullivan Timmons Wright JUNIORS Adam Caldwell Congdon 332 Ellis Farr Frates Garratt Grinsfelder Holmes Horton Hoyt Jenson Murphy 01 iva Tu I ler Vernon Wigginton SOPHOMORES Mauer Orr Winfield FRESHMEN Jess Kern Marais Mu ldoon West Wood PLEDGE Beebe JUNIORS John Adam Harry Blethroad Jack Caldwell Ralph Congdon James Cundall David Dalton Richard Ellis John Farr Robert Frates James Froesclhe John Griffin David Grinsfelder William Holmes Raymond Horton Stanley Hoyt Robert Jenson Karlton Kennedy Edward Merzoian William Murphy William Oliva Albert Tuller Douglas Vernon John Wayland Roy Wigginton SOPHOMORES Crozier Mauer James Orr Joseph Sinclair David Walkley Walter Winfield FRESHMEN John Jess Richard Kern Theodore Marois James Muldoon Donald West Philip Wood SPRING PLEDGES Bruce Ward Ken Beebe Ken Hanson Ron Dahlin Syd Harris Burt Geary Don Truman Mark Bates 333 THETA DELTA CHI 2647 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1847 DELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Herbert Bolton Leonard W. Buck R. W. Clough Robert Green Ryder Worth James C. Siler Hal Walt GRADUATES Conrad Babb David Fink John O ' Drain Philip Pankaskie Robert Reasoner SENIORS John Benz Robert Celeri Richard Cohn William Flicker Namford Frankland James Grimes Waldo Jackson Robert Jones Benjamin Neff Charles Newton Charles O ' Connor Nian Roberts Addison Thompson James Walton JUNIORS Frank Anderson John Chappell David Draves John Dunasky Earl Grubb Frank Hope James McLachlen Robert Miller Richard Morris William O ' Hare Edward Paul Thomas Ruebel William Stauffer James Tanner Thomas Tippett Richard Tullsen William Thompson GRADUATES Babb Fink O ' Drain Pankaskie Reasoner SENIORS Grimes, J. Jackson Jones Neff Newton O ' Connor Roberts JUNIORS Chappell McLachlen O ' Hare Stouffer SOPHOMORES Campbell Gardiner Grimes, M. Karpe King 334 McCart Menzies FRESHMEN Benz Boghosian Calvert Carr Hall Holsten Johnson Keough Nutten Samper Shanks Sundby SPRING PLEDGES Berg Tollshner Lockett M i laho Payne Tormey Walters SOPHOMORES John Campbell William Clark Richard Dietrich Charles Gardiner Marvin Grimes Dana King Robert McCart Syl McNinch Harold Menzies FRESHMEN William Benz Jim Boghosian John Calvert Dean Carr Theodore Hall Lewis Holsten David Johnson Thomas Keough Donald Nutten Joaquin Samper Fred rich Shanks Harry Sundby SPRING PLEDGES Dave Berg Ray Divine Dick Kollchner Bill Lockett Ed Milaho Richard Tormey Jim Walters 335 THETA HI 1730 LA LOMA AVENUE FOUNDED AT RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 1864 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Raymond Jeans Edgar Nemir Royal Roberts Harry Shepherd Kenneth M. Stamp Edwin C. Voorhies GRADUATES James E. Deem Desmond Kelly SENIORS Martin Booye Ernest Borel William Brewer Kenneth Ellison Walter Franks Charles Grant Robert Hart Thomas Hodges Kenneth Holland Louis LaLanne John LoBuono Fred Masarie Spencer Maze Thomas Miracle David Mitchell Merrill Newman Philip Porter Howard Smith Joseph Sooter Robert Vanasek Leonard Warren Dale Zuelow SENIORS Booye Borel Ell ison Franks Grant Hart Holland LoBuono Masarie Maze Mitchell Newman Porter Smith, H. Vanasek Warren Zue low JUNIORS Abbott Andrade Balaz Burgess Hill Leighton 336 Morse Painter Palfini Stallman Staples Strong Stout Tolpegin SOPHOMORES Bush Dorsey Hagstrom Toft Wallace FRESHMEN Church Clausen Killian Rave Smith, D. Watson SPRING PLEDGES Dempster McMalin Riley JUNIORS Richard Abbott Herbert Andrade William Balaz Richard Bland William Bond John Burgess Daniel Dean Worthington Detwiler Charles Dorsett William Hastings John Hill Arthur Jensen Henry Leighton Edgar Morse John McCoy Wallace Painter James Palfini Conway Peterson Joseph Sooter Richard Stallman John Staples William Strong Charles Stout Andre Tolpegin SOPHOMORES Richard Biava Ralph Bush Ronald Dorsey Robert Hagstrom Herbert Schulz Richard Thurber Peter Tillotson Robert Toft Kenneth Wallace FRESHMEN Stanton Church George Clausen John Killian Frank Raye David Smith Kent Tichenor James Watson SPRING PLEDGES Ronald Campbell Doug Dempster Jim Kaufman Robert McKalip William Riley 337 - ZETA BETA TAU 1712 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1898 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1926 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Waldo Cohn Charles Fletcher Harold Linder Max Radin SENIORS David Anker Sylvan Anapolsky Bruce Becker Eugene Borson Richard Brown Alvin Clar Aaron Eshman Norman Fox Robert Fox Ernest Fried Donald Friedman Justin Gershuny John Gerstle Monte Ghertler Robert Gibbs Robert Glickman Robert Hemmings William Kobin Joseph Krauskopf Edgar Phillips, Jr. Norman Poise Theodore Purcell Neville Rich Donald Rothenberg Emil Rothenberg Harold Rubin Stephen Sosnick Albert Titus SENIORS Becker Borson Clar Eshman Fox, R. Friedman, D. Ghertler Gibbs Glickman Hemmings Krauskopf Phillips Purcell Rich Rothenberg, D. Rothenberg, E. Rubin JUNIORS Brown, R. Coval I 338 Fernbacker Friedman, H. Fudem Green Mattel Napp Reiss Simon Sockolov SOPHOMORES Carlat Cohn Goldberg Silen Simon FRESHMEN Cohen Hersch Lasky Rice SPRING PLEDGES Levy Ostrow Wilder JUNIORS Roy Aaron Norris Bernstien William Covall George Fernbacker Donald Fishstrom Maurice Flantzman Gerald Fox Harold Friedman Arthur Fudem Victor Ginsburg Stanley Green Joseph Grodin Robert Jacob Robert Lieban Paul Maier Larry Mattal Richard Napp Richard Reiss Allen Rosenberg Allen Shainsky Ernest Simon Robert Sockolov Larry Thorne Carl Wienberq SOPHOMORES Paul Carlat Elia hu Addy Cohn Milton Goldberg Alan Klein Maury Koblick Philip Morrison Harold Silen Jimmy Simon Scott Simon Martin Wank FRESHMEN Marvin Cohen William Goodman Edgar Gross Robert Hersch Richard Rice Lawrence Rosenbloom Harrison Lasky Herbert Schwartz SPRING PLEDGES Don Benetar William Bernstein Alan Kay Jess Levy Ronald Ostrow Jack Wilder 339 SIGMA PHI EPSIL011 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Robert Aitkin James Corley John Cory James Faro Robert Johnson James Miller Al Ragan Arthur Sampson H. R. Wellman GRADUATES Dean Gillette Glen Lambertson SENIORS Harry Casey Ralph Coole Richard DeMattos Leroy Frame Bruce Hoffe Jack Johns Jered Krohn Thomas Moore Phillip Morgan Donald Mork Jack Nokes Norman Nuck William Thacker Roger Thompson JUNIORS E. Attenborough Paul Baumann Arnold Brown Robert Clarke Robert Clatt Walter Davis Robert Fleckner James Frost William Habsen John Herring Lowden Jessup Louis Kovanda James Monica] Donald Monroe Joseph Palm Gene Prioli Edward Soule W. Timmerman Donald Waite William Wirth SOPHOMORES Robert Baker Gerald Delaney Rolf Kuhn Harold McNally Stewart Menzies SPRING PLEDGES Jack Chrisman Ronald Davey John Ochsner Richard Ochsner Warren Samborn Sam Simich 2251 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1901 CALIFORNIA ALPHA ESTABLISHED EIGHTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Coole DeMattos Hoffe Krohn Moore Mork Nukes Nuck Thompson JUNIORS Attenborough Baumann Brown Clarke Davis SOPHOMORES Herring Jessup Monical Monroe Palm Baker Menzies SPRING PLEDGES Ochsner Simich 340 ZETA PSI 2521 COLLEGE AVENUE FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1847 IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1870 THIRTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY Chaffee Hall SENIORS George Badger George Benson Jack Dalton Edward Ford George Hartman Edison Holt Kenneth Melrose William Montagne Clay Petray James Price W. T. Rademaker Stewart Randall JUNIORS Coleman Blease Bill Brink Martin Crimmins Bill Crowell Alan Gallinatti John Lindley Jack Meyer William Ridgway James Schafer Phelps Witter Robert Witter Thomas Witter SOPHOMORES Richard Berglund James Drinkward Albert Dunlap James Gallinatti William Graham Peter lngber Lawrence Mays John McCulloch Charles Robertson Walter Ruxton James Warren George Witter FRESHMEN Peter Andrews Fred Forgy John Gallagher Bill Godwin Bill Growdon James Hutchinson Crosby Hyde Glen Miller Harold Mitling Edward Nelson Alan Scott John Suhr Edward Taylor Ronald Witter Edwin Wyatt SPRING PLEDGES Bill Morris Marvin Wiegman SENIORS Badger Benson Dalton Hartman Petray Price Rademaker Randall JUNIORS Blease Brink Crimmins Gallinatti, A. Lindley Witter, P. Witter, R. Witter, T. SOPHOMORES Berglund Drinkward Dunlap Gallinatti Graham Mays McCulloch Robertson Warren Witter, G. FRESHMEN Andrews Forgy Gallagher Godwin Growdon Hutchinson Miller Mitling Nelson Scott Suhr Taylor Witter, R. 341 SORORITIES PAD-HELLEHIC Nancy Glenn Shirley Foster Beverly McClasky Fall OFFICERS Spring Shirley Foster President Beverly McClasky Beverly McClasky Vice-President Janet Johnson Nancy Glenn Secretary-Treasurer Mary McFayden BOARD MEMBERS Betty Campbell Social Chairman Martha Pitts Pam Persons Intersorority Dance Chairman Sue Franks Sue Sanford Junior Panhellenic Chairman Page Swift Patricia Beatty Publicity Chairman Beverly Breck MEMBERS Alpha Chi Omega Charlotte Huston, Charlene Whitely Alpha Delta Pi Betty Sode Alpha Epsilon Phi Shirley Roy Alpha Gamma Delta Marjorie Bracekt, Virginia McClusky Alpha Omicron Pi Diana Fenzl, Nancy Dixon Alpha Phi Marilyn Farran, Janet Kirk Alpha Xi Delta Mary Lou Brooks, Betty Campbell Chi Omega Jane Bartlett, Ann MacWilliams Delta Delta Delta Pat Henderson, Joan Pellitier Delta Gamma Mareta Browne, Jeanie Morse Delta Phi Epsilon Nadine Ehrenberg, Sharon Greenstein Delta Zeta Janet Johnson, Beverly Menend Gamma Phi Beta Sue Sanford, Pat Marshall Kappa Alpha Theta Barbara Rogers, Pat Adams Kappa Delta Marilyn Johnston, Gerry Calhoun Kappa Kappa Gamma Jane Hendrickson, Carreclyde Tindell Phi Mu Larry Franco, Bea Dodge Pi Beta Phi Carolyn Huber, Pat Green Sigma Kappa Helen Wacker Theta Upsilon Gloria Lorenzen, Claire Cosgrove Zeta Tau Alpha Valla Ramey, Pat Leam 345 ALPHA CHI OMEGA SENIORS Mary Ball Roberta Blough Kay Byard Barbara Derry Joan Forgy Patricia Freeman Joan Graeber Nancy Hall Diane Halsey Yvonne Martin Julia Moss Ja net Munger Doris Olsen Elizabeth Stetson Jeanne Williams JUNIORS Joan Babcock Shirley Bates Ann Bendixen Nancy Burton Juanita Cox Elita deUrioste Dorothe Finn Virginia Gerke Lee Geiger Charlotte Houston Elizabeth Lassiter Kay Locke Annabelle Milner Joan Musso Emily Nelson Betty Prader Colleen Roberts Patricia Rodgers Patricia Thompson Patricia Wheatly Charlene Whiteley Cynthia Wood SENIORS Ball Blough Byard Derry Freeman Graeber Hall Halsey Martin Moss Munger Olsen Stetson Williams JUNIORS Babcock Bates Bendixen Burton Cox de Urioste Finn Gerke Geiger Houston Milner Musso Nelson Thompson Wheatly 346 1765 LEROY AVENUE FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY, 1885 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS Whiteley Wood SOPHOMORES Bruzzone Ciprico de Urioste Fi elds Lockhart Loomis Peterson Quirk Reichert Richardson Schlicter Smith Stay Stutzman Townsend Wickman FRESHMEN Baukel Bobby Haley Kirby Pennington Rhoads Shoemaker Treyer Watson Williams Withoft SOHOMORES Janet Bruzzone Johann Borcharding Charlotte Bunke Clyde Ciprico Anita deUrioste Mona Lee Fields Hope Hansen Marilyn Lockhart Perdita Loomis Shirley Peterson Ann Phillips Martha Pitts Doris Quirk Joan Reichert Sue Richardson Norma Schlicter Isobel Smith Carolyn Stay Ma rgaret Stutzman Lorene Townsend Mary Wickman FRESHMEN Dorothy Baukel Clair Bobby Joan Downie Janet Duffel Marjorie Haley Grace Hurley Janet Kirby Nancy McGinnis Jackie Pennington Cornelia Rhoads Donna Shoemaker Martha Sproul Margot Thompson Nancy Treyer Janet Watson Christine Williams Dianne Withoft Lois Young 347 ALPHA DELTA PI SENIORS Sally Andrews Mary Angelo Beverly Bender Jean Brewster Betty Lou Cassou Barbara Culvyhouse Patricia Green Patricia Hansen Marion Haviland Christine Hirschler Marolyn Hoffman Barbara Holmes Joan Huggard Lenita Hughes Mary James Phyllis Karg Joan McPhee Helen Marinoni Frances McMorran Audrey Morris Jean Naylor Joyce Reeves Mary Renard Bettye Sode Joyce Speck Marion Vandevere Betty Vevoda JUNIORS Carol Brierly Patricia Carroll Jeanne Eckerman Jacqueline Erlin Claire Lee Ferguson Paula Fisher Marilyn Frost Mary Lou Garrett Nancy Gianella Charleen Hagen Alice Hutcheson Corinne Lambert Marilyn MacGlashan Catherine Meagher Verna Nicchia Beverly Rawlings Nancy Robinson Gloria Sacre Lois Schroeder Dorothy Smith Ruth Sommer Theodora Vita Nancy Waugh Diane Williams Caroline Willey Marion Wright Angelo Bender Brewster Cassou Green Hansen H irschler Hoffman Holmes Huggard Karg Marinoni Reeves Renard Sode Speck Vandevere JUNIORS Brierly Carrol I Eckerman Ferguson Fisher Frost Garrett Gianella Hagen Hutcheson Lambert MacGlashan Meagher N icchia 348 2400 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 1851 PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS Rawlings Robinson Sacre Schroeder Smith Sommer Vita Waugh Williams Willey SOPHOMORES Beane Cole Crombie Evans Fanning Flagerty Flowers Gil lette Greene Heinig Nicking Hinton Hodges Holmes Houston Hughes Lehne Letsom Nash Nolan Parkinson Sams FRESHMEN Boyle Mason O ' Donnell SOPHOMORES Betty Claire Beagle Bettye Beane Constance Cole Virginia Crombie Constance Dunford Patricia Evans Patricia Fanning Eileen Flagerty Suzanne Flowers Sue Morrison Gardiner Joan Gillette Margaret Greene Dorothy Heinig Nancy Hicking Beverly Hinton Marilyn Hodges Carol Holmes Margery Houston Joyce Hughes Beverly Lehne Noreen Letsom Barbara Nash Patricia Nolan Norma Parkinson Patricia Sams FRESHMEN Virginia Boyle Marilyn Mason Janet O ' Donnell 349 ALPHA EPSIL011 PHI SENIORS Mary Anker Jessie Berman Shirley Berman Marilyn Blacker Galya Chernow Marilyn Citron Betty Gross Susie Koch Joan Lesier Vera Mortimer Marjorie Soul JUNIORS Leone Albert Lynette Altabet Betty Baerson Ruth Danis Lois Finkenstein Helene Gaines Patricia Gould Florence Harris Esther Jacobson Kay Lowy Rachel Nussbaum Ruth Oppenheimer Alice Jean Rosen Helen Samuels Irene Seidman Barbara Singer Janice Stern Patricia Stern Arlee Strellis Renee Topal SENIORS Berman, J. Berman, S. Blacker Chernow Citron Gross Koch Roeder Soul JUNIORS Albert Baerson Finkenstein Gould Harris Nussbaum Rosen Seidman Singer Strellis SOPHOMORES Berk Chroman Epstein Ets- Hokin Fischer 350 2721 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE, 1909 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 THIRTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Lois Adelberg Geraldine Berger Analee Berk Lois Berkove Roselyne Chroman Beth Edelstein Naomi Ets-Hokin Barbara Fischer Sue Frank Marjorie Hellinger Ricka Lee Herzstein Trana Kanner Jacqueline Kotkin Joan Newman Felice Rothman Shirley Roy Pat Sereth Louise Simon Marilyn Stone Jean Susnow Marilyn Waxman Patricia Weller FRESHMEN Gerry Bakar Jackie Bandel Rose Beckman Janet Braverman Trudy Bren ner Phyllis Ann Cohen Jeanne Debs Phyllis Desky Phyllis Ehrenberg Beverly Friedman Beverly Juren Lava Less Kaplan Diane Korbholz Carol Lasher Gail Rose Ann Rosenberg Marilyn Rothholz Barbara Schwartz Colette Sigal Carol Silverman Joan Walt ers Lee Youler Mynda Zimmerman Hillinger Herzstein Kanner Newman Rothman Simon Stone Susnow Waxman FRESHMEN Beckman Braverman Cohen Ehrenberg Juren Kaplan Korbholz Rosenberg Rothholz Silverman Walters You ler Zimmerman 351 ALPHA DELTA CHI 2627 HASTE STREET FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES, 1925 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1929 THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Edmiston Grout Hoffman McCulley Myers Reid Romberg Sewell Thornton Von Glahn Wu JUNIORS Hutchison Knutsen Nelson Nourse Simpson Sue ltz SOPHOMORES Gwenn MacMillan Magerian Magnusen Marion FRESHMAN Doyle SENIORS Doris Edminston Natalie Grout Ruth Hase Marth Lee Hicks Margaret Hoffman Virginia McCulley Dorothy Myers Dolores Osborne Mildred Reasoner Carolyn Reid Carol Romberg Melbe Sewell Elysia Thornton Joan Von Glahn Gloria Wu JUNIORS Ros ann Hutchinson Kerry Imbach Beverly Knutson Sandra Methmann Marcia Millar Maryann Nelson Dorothy Norse Marion Simpson Mary Ann Sueltz Virginia Warren Joan Campbell SOPHOMORES Irene Gwenn Jenette Ingles Maurie Inman-Kane Jean MacMillian Margaret Magerian Mary Ellen Magnusen Florence Marion Shelley Posey Bernadine Thompson FRESHMEN Norma Banks Ena Doyle Dorothy Dunlop Wilhemina Robie Elizabeth Royal Carolyn Sharon 352 CASA HISPAIlA 2535 PIEDMONT FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, ONE CHAPTER GRADUATE Reinero SENIORS Cook Davis Dunkel Fryer Norrie Tchobaniglous Val les Woodard JUNIOR Hirimota FRESHMAN Lapidus GRADUATES Hadee Barerra Margaret Jesseph Paulett Lalanne Bettina Martinez Lind Massingham Florence Piza Biance Ralto Lucille Reinero Terry Varesio SENIORS Leonoe Cook Mary Davis Betty Dunkel Gloria Fryer Natalia Ruezl Audrey Stevens Marie Tchobaniglous Renee Trefeil Josephine Vasquez Wanda Woodard Joanne Wilkinson JUNIORS Kathleen Brumfield Keiko Hirimota Dorothy Mugele Marion Ybabba SOPHOMORES Louisa Borglie Alicia Felix Conte Lerios Lberesa Madrid Barbara Mortenson Francisia Olivares Lenore Vogt FRESHMAN Rhonda Lapidus 353 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA SENIORS And reasen Barbash Benoit Burke SENIORS Claire Andreasen Barbara Barbash Diane Benoit Barbara Burke Rita Buscaglia Jeanne Clarke Jean Coughlin Shirley Foster Dolores Maziarz Betty Meadows Ruth Morettini Jean Perata Yolanda Santoni Ruth Shepard Janet Streshly Nance Wale Joan Winkel JUNIORS Barbara Ashby Barbara Blundell Marjorie Brandt Marilyn Burke Joan Caughell Joan Fay Ann Houstoun Jean Irvin Lois Jukich Mary June King Mary Mennick Arden Raysor Jeanne Rudduck Sharla Shank Carolyn Smith Patricia Stanfield Gretchen Van Cleave Marilyn Wilhelm Constance Wyne Buscaglia Clarke Coughlin Foster Meadows Morettini Perata Shepard Streshly Wale Winkel JUNIORS Ashby Burke Caughell Fay Houstoun Irvin Mennick Raysor Stanfield Van Cleave Wilhelm Wyne SOPHOMORES Bertagna Black Brooks Brown Cai Helix Child 354 2726 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1894 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 SIXTY-THREE CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Emmons Gerke Griggs Grimm Hartman Hillman Jarman Kress Lowentrout Meyer McCluskey Morgan Price Read Schultz Solachi Sweet Tatti Tenney Worthman FRESHMEN Benoit Colby Conley Farwell Gerber Howard Kolb Lloyd Walker Woodburn SOPHOMORES Frances Anderson Lenore Bertagna Eva Black Marilyn Brooks Dorothy Brown Charlotte Cailteux Lilace Child Bonnie Emmons Dorothy Gerke Jeanette Griggs Juanita Grimm Barbara Hartman Annette Hillman Marilyn Jarman Elizabeth Kress Gretchen Lowentrout Mary Meyer Zanita Miller Virginia McCluskey Louise Morgan Kathleen Price Margaret Read Barbara Schultz Janet Solachi Anita Sweet Mary Lou Tatti Frances Tenny Marianne Worthman FRESHMEN Barbara Benoit Nancy Colby Carol Conley Patricia Farwell Margaret Gallagher Patricia Gerber Donna Holland Barbara Howard Deryl Kolb Marilyn Lloyd Virginia Walker Jeannie Woodburn 355 ALPHA onucRon PI SENIORS Meredith Baker Leslie Ball Marjorie Brown Sue Cameron Jeanne Carithers Patty Ellis Marge Hoffman Shirley Humphrey Emelyn Knowland Louise Kramer Jeanne Lonn Lynn Levo Betty Maspero Marjorie Read Lois Rivers Taffy Rosenthal Joan Stainfield Anne Stoll Ruth Tisher JUNIORS Joanne Borshard Virginia Castel Nancy Crawley Norma Eriksen Carmelita Feliz Edie Jensen Joan Kinney Gaye Lenahan Betty Patten Pat Pettibone Pat Price June Ransom Rosemarie Seyman Carol Spies Francie Von Geldern Sally Wemple SENIORS Baker Ball Brown Carithers Ellis Hoffman Humphrey Lonn Levo Maspero Read Rivers Rosenthal Stainfield Stoll Tisher JUNIORS Borshard Castel Crawley Eriksen Feliz Lenahan Patten Price Seyman Wemple SOPHOMORES Carr Clayton Crary Davis Dean Fraters Gillam Knudsen 356 2311 PROSPECT STREET FOUNDED AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 1897 SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTY-ONE CHAPTERS Larson Markham Martin, A. Martin, C. Martin, M. McConnell Pfautch Shepard Stevenson Streeter Zumwalt FRESHMEN Amskold Bigelow Cereghino Claxton Donegan Davis Fink Gladding Hollywood Holt Howe Jamison McDowell Meyer Merner O ' Donnell Radford Roper Sa mwel I Sharpsteen Stand ley Tate Wales SOPHOMORES Pat Beatty Joan Carr Barbara Clayton Ann Crary Carol Davis Carolyn Dean Nancy Dixon Diana Fenzl Middle Gillam Virginia Hammond Vivian Knudsen June Larson Nancy Markham Ann Martin Chalys Martin Marilyn Martin Jane McConnell Marilyn Mengshal Gloria Pfautch Pat Richardson Sally Say Sally Shepard Jeanne Stevenson Sally Streeter Betty Waldo Jeanne Zumwalt FRESHMEN Audrey Amskold Marjorie Berglund Barbara Bigelow Judy Carithers Betty Cereghino Nancy Claxton Adelle Collin Pat Donegan Nancy Davis Joan Fraters Helen Fink Nancy Gladding Kakie Hollywood Jean Holt Shiela Howe Doris Jamison Sally McDowell Joanne Meyer Carla Merner Norma O ' Donnell Nancy Radford Pat Roper Nancy Samwell Sally Sharpsteen Sally Standley Jacqueline Sfultz Carol Tate Eleanor Wales ALPHA PHI 2830 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1872 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1901 FORTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Jane Biedenbach Barbara Bodine Jean Cobb Margaret Curtis Nancy Gawne Margery Goodwin Julianne Hagar Constance Herman Carolyn McEnery Leslie McLaren Martha Moller Orlanda Nolze Marianne Patton Nancy Soule Marian Thomas Jane Thornton JUNIORS Barbara Bachelder Marilyn Beeman E. Carruthers Mayflower Day Marilyn Farran Tania Herman S. Hockenbeamer Janet Kirk Orly Nolze Joan Weeks Barbara Wellhouse Nancy Wells Doris Woods SOPHOMORES Catherine Andrews Jean DeFremery Maureen Dooher C. Fankhouser Barbara Heil Marion Lyman Mary MacFadyen Marilyn Mutch Nancy Noonan Betty Lee Perkins Georgina Peters Lucy Pfund Cynthia Pruett FRESHMEN Marlene Breiner Ellen Davies Joan DeVelbiss Joyce Gallagher Sue Guernsey Joan Higley Jean Lesley Joan Lesley Flo Ludlow Nancy Macomber Ann Moreland Cynthia Olson Betty Peterson Nancy Roberts Jean Stephens Ann Tichenor Betsy Tisdale Barbara Towne Lynda Wheelwright Gail Wood Ruth Wood SENIORS Biedenbach Bodine Cobb Curtis Gawne Goodwin Herman McEnery Moller Patton Soule Thomas Thornton JUNIORS Beeman Carruthers Farran Herman Hockenbeamer Kirk Nolze Weeks Wellhouse Wells Woods SOPHOMORES Andrews DeFremery Dooher Fan khouser Heil MacFadyen Mutch Noonan Perkins Peters Pfund FRESHMEN Breiner DeVelbiss Gallagher Guernsey Higley Lesley Lesley Ludlow Macomber Moreland Olson Peterson Roberts Stephens Tichenor Tisdale Towne Wheelwright Wood 358 KAPPA ALPHA THETA 2723 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT DE PAUW COLLEGE, 1870 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1890 SEVENTY-TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Jackie Collins Jean Garthwaite Peggy Hendricks Joan Heiner G. Johnson Louise McIntyre Sue TeRoller Mary E. Whittier JUNIORS Patsy Adams Natalie Brown Ba rbara Carpenter Ann Hodge Jackie Jacobs Joanne McIntyre Liz Parrish Barbara Rogers Sally Stankard Patty Stratton Cricket Strong Mary Van der Leck SOPHOMORES Breuner D. Christopherson Marilyn Crawford Nancy Croft Mary Dawson Gail Doe Beverly Erickson Barbara Hayes Jean Hayes Marjorie Hicks Sue Howell Betsy Innes Elizabeth Lehman Sue LeNoir Betsy Lowe Edie Marwedal Barbara Morrow Pat Mulligan Marion Popenoe Margie Olney Jean Ostrander Barbara Walrond Nancy Wilson FRESHMEN Elinor Burns Phyllis Cook Janice Heyser Carol Holden Ann Keifer Diane McCuistion Sylvia Mooney Peggy Ross Cathe Say Georgianna Stern Sondra Walden Malou Westernoff SENIORS Collins Garthwaite Hendricks Johnson Simkins Whittier JUNIORS Brown Hodge Jacobs McIntyre Parrish Rogers Stankard Stratten Strong Van der Leck SOPHOMORES Breuner Christopherson Crawford Croft Dawson Doe Erickson Hicks Howell LeNoir Lowe Marwedal Morrow Mulligan Ostrander Walrond Wilson FRESHMEN Burns Heyser Keifer McCuistion Mooney Ross Say Stern Walden Westernoff 354 ALPHA HI DELTA SENIORS Marie Aguilar Helen Barry Elenor Bird Ruthan Brinkerhoff Mary Lou Brooks Suzanne Erickson Gwen Hanson Jane Hightower Evelyn Hodges Barbara Hofmann Patty Lou Hynes Jeanne Killeen Jocelyn Le Mieux Nancy Murtagh Elaine Scarci Beverly Spears Lucy Warner Charlotte Widdowson Virginia Wismer JUNIORS Barbara Benson Peggy Bumgarner Joann Casey Joan Crandall Anne Fibush Pat Fleming Margaret Hawkins Gladys Logomarsino Kathryn Myers Pat Oliphant Dulce Pawson Jacqueline Price Sylvia Repogle Jane Risi Joan Rucker Joan Sample Joann Schneider Geraldine Smith Patricia Smith Helen Starr Diane Swan Jean Tallman Bernice Thompson Nancy Travis Myra Wallace SENIORS Aguilar Barry Bird Brinkerhoff Brooks Erickson Hanson Hightower Hodges Hofmann Hynes Killeen Le Mieux Murtagh Scarci Spears Widdowson Wilmer JUNIORS Benson Bumgarner Casey Crandall Fibush Fleming Logomarsino Myers Oliphant Pawson Price Repogle Risi Rucker 360 2833 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT GALESBURY, ILLINOIS, 1893 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 SIXTY-FOUR CHAPTERS Sample Smith, G. Smith, P. Starr Tallman Thompson Wallace SOPHOMORES Bird Cal Ian Campbel I Cummins Grotheer Herman H ightower Lawrence Osthoff Peterson Pinger Schultz FRESHMEN Freethy Grutzmacher Humphreys Larson Raab Ray Rhorabough Teem bath SOPHOMORES Lucy Berlinsky Gloria Bird Barbara Callan Betty-Caryl Campbell Carla Cummins Susan Grotheer Adelaide Herman Iris Hightower Judy Lawrence Isabel Osthoff t4arilyn Peterson Imet Pinger Nancy Schultz FRESHMEN Margot Bowman Marylee Freethy Jean Grutzmacher Pat Humphreys Vivian Larson Nancy Raab Barbara Ray Catherine Rhorabough Marlyn Trembath 361 CHI OMEGA SENIORS Donnie Biehl Betsy Davison Kay Dimmick Patricia Donogh Jean Ferrini Janet Golden Joyce Howell Pat Kalas Verona Marquis Vonie Marsh Lois Martin Allison Morse Joan Murray Joan Oakholt Pat Okell Jean Rieger Genie Riordan Janet Rubey Janice Scott Joanne Stevenson Barbara Lee Williams Mattie Zumwalt JUNIORS Eleanor DeMaris Pat Dietrich Joan Ericksen Fessie Farnsworth Shirlee Fletcher Anne Glidden Marion Jakobsen Ann MacWilliams Joan Schulz Anidelle Tomlinson SENIORS Biehl Davison Dimmick Donogh Ferrini Golden Howell Kalas Marsh Martin Morse Murray Oakholt Riordan Rubey Scott Stevenson Williams Zumwalt JUNIORS DeM ar is Dietrich Ericksen Farnsworth Fletcher Glidden Jakobsen MacWilliams Schulz Tomlinson SOPHOMORES Balch Beauchamp 362 2421 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, 1895 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN CHAPTERS Brune Carter Denham Edwards Farnsworth Forsburg Hardway Jones Kelly Koster McMahon Probert Richardson Rosen Smith Turri Willis FRESHMEN Bartlett Derby Diepenbrock Dousseau Kellogg Okell Paine Podstata Sleeper Rowles Tindell SOPHOMORES Nancy Balch Pat Beauchamp Barbara Brune Francis Carter Judy Denham Aletha Edwards Marty Farnsworth June Forsburg Ellen Hardway Janice Jones Alice Kelly Lois Koster Margot McMahon Marilyn Probert Madge Richardson Marlyn Rosen Janet Smith Lorranne Taylor Eliza beth Turri Mary Lou Willis FRESHMEN Jane Bartlett Marion Derby Virginia Diepenbrock DeDe Dousseau Carole Kellogg Wendy Okell Patty Paine Joan Podstata Barbara Tindell Janice Sleeper Marilyn Rowles Elizabeth Turri 363 DELTA DELTA DELTA SENIORS Bont Brooks Dennison Gray SENIORS Helen Bont Louise Brooks Catherine Clifford Elizabeth Dennison Jane Gray Constance Hartwell Virginia Lee Beulah Lobdell Lee Osborne Lois Queirolo Patricia Snyder Barbara Strang Lea belle Sutton Jean Tracy Louise White JUNIORS Ethel Allison Barbara Bangs Beatrice Bark er Marilyn Cooley Patricia Farr Jean Ferri Alberta Gubin Jacqueline Gubin Shirley Halbert Therese Hassler Patricia Henderson Joann Leach Dorothy Leisz Barbara Leonard Lois Lind Gloria Sanderson Bonnie Jean Smith Nancy Spore Marjorie Wardwell Hartwell Lee Lohdell Oshorne Queirolo Snyder Strang Sutton Tracy White JUNIORS Bangs Barker Cooley Farr Gubin, A. Gubin, J. Halbert Hassler Leach Leisz Leonard Lind Saiderson Spore Wardwell 364 2300 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1888 PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 NINETY-THREE CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Albright Barnes Bigge Buck de Ferrari Gilbert Harris Hurley Meredith Pelletier Wad low FRESHMEN Ballard Cayford Donnelly Flinn Frederick Gauck Gross Hackett Hanna Heinz Hind Keating Kirkwood Lewis Roberson Shafer Shannon Tazer Vick Wixson SOPHOMORES Barbara Albright Janet Barnes Yvonne Baskette Barbara Baumgartner Ruth Bigge Lenore Buck Dolores de Ferrari Alison Gilbert Marilyn Hamlyn Mary Ann Harris Beverly Hurley Sonja Knauer Mary Meredith Joan Pelletier Suzanne Reeves Susan Sheldon Jane Wadlow Patricia Younger FRESHMEN Nancy Ballard Cathleen Cayford Nancy Donnelly Sharon Entwistle Sally Flinn Joan Frederick Hertha Gauck Helen Jean Gross Angela Hackett Sara Hanna Nancy Heinz Marilyn Hind Carol Dean Keating Shirley Kirkwood Beth Lewis Joyce Roberson Helen Shafer Nancy Shannon Patricia Tazer Janice Vick Claire Wixson Gloria W right 365 DELTA GAMMA SENIORS Dorrit Ball Lois Blakeley Helaine Crittenden Darlene Daily Joan Evers Marilyn Hilliard Catherine Lyman Arvilla McGuire Adrienne Roberts Mary Louise Stephenson Barbara Ware Barbara Woods JUNIORS Connie Albaugh Betty Jane Allan Beverly Breck Mareta Browne Harriet Burns Isabel Garland Shiela Haldeman Deborah Hall Betsy Hampton Nancy Hardgrave Marjorie Hoak Ann Hollins Norma Lauterwasser Kay Lloyd Jeanne Meillette Mary McEneany Jean Morse Sally Myers Dorothy Pierso n Marilyn Ried Nancy Siders Caroline Wulff SENIORS Ball Blakeley Crittenden Evers Hilliard McGuire Stephenson Ware Woods JUNIORS Albaugh Allan Breck Browne Garland Haldeman Hall Hampton Hoak Lauterwasser Lloyd Meillette McEneany Morse Pierson Siders Wulff SOPHOMORES Barrett 366 2710 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT LEWIS SCHOOL, 1873 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTY-NINE CHAPTERS TG Cooper DeBonis Drewry Drinkward Filmer Fisher Gabelman Green Laws Maas Mason McEneany McMillen Picetti St. Sure FRESHMEN Almon Beall Davis Erkenbrecker George Harnett Hays Jonck Linton MacRae Morris Moseley Toner SOPHOMORES Peggy Barrett Buol Burns Joan Cooper Maria DeBonis Sally Drewry Margaret Drinkward Meridie Filmer Mary Dell Fisher Joyce Gabelman Barbara Green Virginia Harriman Linda Laws Marilyn Maas Kathryn Mason Ann McEneany Mary Jane McMillen Janet Miller Sally Picetti Nancy Remensperger Beth St . Sure FRESHMEN Susan Almon Alberta Beall Joan Boyers Ann Davis Mary Erkenbrecker Coralee George Ann Harnett Andrea Hays Caroline Jonck Louise Linton Jean MacRae Jeanne Morris Sandy Moseley Mary Myers Aileen Toner 367 ETA Z An Organization for all National Sorority Transfers FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1946 ONE CHAPTER SENIORS Chase Dunnells Haaf Libby JUNIORS Frediani McKean SOPHOMORES MacKenzie Schmidt SENIORS Adele Chase Marcia Dunnells Ruth-Anne Haaf Mary Louise Henkle Mary Libby Margery McCanna JUNIORS Nina Frediani Betty McKeen SOPHOMORE Barbara MacKenzie Jean Ravera Joan Schmidt 368 DELTA PHI EPSIL011 2709 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1917 DELTA ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1947 TWENTY-TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Beck Glasberg, E. Glasberg, I. Lerer Rothman JUNIORS Bardi Braun Cohen Cousins Dorfman Hessing Meyer SOPHOMORES Caine Clayton Ehrenberg Garfinkel Gertler Gross Gutten Hope Kessler Lane Moskovitz Rosenberg Solomon FRESHMEN Abramson Boyarsky Burstein Glassman Greenstein Nichols Slatt Tuller Wallack Zander SENIORS Sheila Beck Elaine Glasberg Irene Glasberg Elaine Lander Susan Lerer Barbara Rothman JUNIORS Girada Bardi Dorothy Braun Beverly Cohen Audrey Cousins Velma Dorfman Anne Hessing Phyllis Keefer Eleanor Meyer Rae Ringler Narita Sobel SOPHOMORES Helene Berkowitz Harriet Caine Irvine Clayton Nadine Ehrenberg Betty Eisen Diane Garfinkel Joy Gertler Ardythe Gross Cecile Gutten Gerda Hope Gloria Kessler Jacquie Lane Doris Levy Jo Anne Martin Audrey Moskovitz Annette Rose Joyce Rosenberg Dorothy Schwartz Shirley Soloman Joan Solomon FRESHMEN Corinne Abramson Ruth Boyarsky Barbara Burstein Lenore Clarfield Betty Coleman Ellen Garfinkel Sally Glassman Sharon Greenstein Lois Levinson Joan Nichols Marilyn Slatt Joy Sugarman Shirley Tuller Joan Wallack Marlene Zander 369 DELTA ZETA SENIORS Marjorie Batty Mary Cline Lucy Cormack Nanette Delavan Faye Dennen Marieann Gilligan Joan Hoffman Elizabeth Humphrey Muriel Hyland Norma Jamieson Joan Judd Sally LaForge Barbara McFadden Peggy Malsor Cecil Moore Margaret Nelson Eleanor Reid Carol Schart Marian Taylor Florence Wheeler Dawn Whipple Eileen Zachman JUNIORS Florence Anderson Jacqueline Bakosh Nancy Baugh Patricia Berney Lola Bryan Marilyn Bryan Mary Hall Zoe Henderson Patricia Henry Betty Hoare Shirley McAree Eleanor McCall Claire Mein Joan Molinari Marilyn Moser Ruth Murry Carol Noderer Elizabeth Romer Garretta Stryker Nancy Watkins Betty Ann Yater SENIORS Batty Cline Cormack De levan Dennen Gilligan Hoffman Humphrey Hyland Jamieson Judd LaForge Lowdon Moore Reid Schart Slater Taylor Wheeler Zach man JUNIORS Anderson Bakosh Baugh Blancarte Bryan Fletcher Fortried e Hall Henderson Henry Hoare McCall Molinari Moser 370 2728 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1902 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 SIXTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS Murry Nielson Noack Noderer Romer Watkins Welden Yater SOPHOMORE Brewer Davies Fuller Haberkorn Horack Johnson Keckly Kettler Maguire Menend Park Templeton FRESHMEN Bakosh Bastian Braun Bryant Carlson Carrigan Hall Hutchins Johnston McElroy Muller Parsons Schwab Walker Weeks SOPHOMORES Marjorie Brewer Megan Davies Margaret Fuller Beverly Haberkorn Nancy Horack Janet Johnson Dorothy Keckly Patricia Kettler Frances Larson Joanne McHenty Nancy Maguire Beverly Menend Natalie Park Belvia Templeton FRESHMEN Jane Argens Eleanor Bakosh Donna Bastian Claire Braun Beverly Bryant Edena Carlson Patricia Carrigan Allice Hall Marygrey Hutchins Elizabeth McElroy Jocelyn Muller Joan Parsons Patricia Rusch Georgia Schwab Helen Walker Sara Weeks 371 GAMMA PHI BETA SENIORS Elsa Behr Barbara Briggs Suzanne Burket Beverly Carne Nancy Dawson Betty Herman Joan Hughes Jane Johnstone Nancy Morgan Susan Munson Joan Nullmeyer Peg Raysor Mary Jo Rend Marguerite Ruisinger Kathryn Shaw Sally Suhr Janet Taylor Donna Townsend Carroll Whitton JUNIORS Doreen Aberoutte Sally Ambrose Nancy Bradley Beverly Campbell Virginia Chase Ann Christiansen Martha Comstock Loel Diamond Joan Foster Carol Giffen Sally Hinman Frances Hrubanik Connie Jaeger Carolyn Kyle Alice Low Beverly MacCauley Carol McLean Lorraine Oberg Janice Parkinson Sara Raffetto Carolyn Robinson Muriel Ruisinger Anne Said Sue Sanford Joanne Schneider Catherine Slater Marjorie Spencer Virginia Traynor Marie Wiley SENIORS Briggs Burket Came Dawson Johnstone Morgan Raysor Rend Ruisinger Shaw Suhr Taylor Whitton JUNIORS Aberoutte Ambrose Campbel I Chase Christiansen Comstock Diamond Foster Giffen Hinman Jaeger MacCauley 0 berg 372 2732 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1894 FIFTY-FOUR CHAPTERS Parkinson Robinson Ru isinger Said Slater Spencer SOPHOMORES Adams Behr Bennett Black El leston Hazeltine Lamborn MacKenzie Marshall Nolting Peabody Rain Sanford FRESHMEN Carson Gilmore Haskell Larson Mussel man Sackett Sinclair Stewart Traylor Wagner SOPHOMORES Ann Adams Janet Behr Barbara Bennett Janet Black Jennifer Burnett Barbara Eggleston Marijane Gall agher Robin Haseltine Lora Lamborn Martha Mackenzie Pat Marshall Mary Jane Nolting Aneta Peabody Barbara Ravn Carol Sandford Joan Young FRESHMEN Terry Carson Marilyn Gilmore Marilyn Haskell Nancy Darson Kay Musselman Harr iet Parker Dolores Sackett Louisa Sinclair Peggy Stewart Jackie Traylor Sharon Wagner 373 KAPPA DELTA SENIORS Barbara Boysen Dorothy Burke Margaret Dyer Joan Eastman Diane Fruhling Diane Gardiner Joyce Jacopetti Anne Kerchen Jean Kern Patricia Kitchen Constance Larson Terrell MacDonald Patricia Maher Elaine Mautino Pat McCoy Barbara Merriott Patricia O ' Connell Martha Peterson Marion Pierce Charlotte Pokorney Joan Smith Geraldine Stodick Christine Treiberg Barbara Valla Barbara Waite JUNIORS Frances Beale Kathryn Beale Sue Caldwell Geraldine Calhoun Betty Jean Christy Gloria Corcoran Phyllis Derus Mary Janet Finney ' rya Hamilton Joycelyn Hartford Waleta Hicks Charlene Hills Joyce Johnson Patricia Keegan Priscilla King Jean Locke Anita Migliauacca Margie Narrans Patricia Page Sue Purcell Shirley Rapp Jeanne Roesling Hilda Schmidt Jacqueline Smith Velma Smith Phyllis Vassallo SENIORS Boysen Burke Dyer Fruhling Gardiner Jacopetti Kern Kitchen Larson Maher Mautino Merriott Peterson Pierce Pokorney Smith Stodick Treiberg Val la JUNIORS Calhoun Christy Corcoran Derus Hamilton Hicks Johnson Keegan King Locke 374 2416 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL, 1897 PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1917 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS Narans Page Purcell Rapp Roesling Schmidt Smith, J. Smith, V. SOPHOMORES Brundige Crane Finley Fratus Goodman Higman Hoch Holmes Laird Laundy Lousten Milne Murphy Olson Persons Stewart Taylor FRESHMEN Alexander Dasteel McDonnell Strickers SOPHOMORES Janet Barnes Charlene Brundige Carolee CliFman Roberta Conney Helen Crane Donna Lee Fair Ronalyn Finley Lorayn Fratus Florence Goodman Virginia Higman Rosemarie Hoch Carol Holmes Ann Irish Marilyn Johnston Fleur Laird Eleanor Laundy Phyllis Light Jan Lousten Mary Jane Milne Shirley Anne Murphy Nadya Olson Pamela Persons Marcia Riley Patricia Stewart Beverly Sullivan Sally Taylor Patricia Walker FRESHM EN Mary Alexander Isabel Dasteel Lila Forrest Carol Foster Susanne McDonnell Mary Beth Stricker Diane Turner 375 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA SENIORS Winifred Breuner Donna Cochran Barbara Finn Jane Hendrickson Madeline Holcomb Janet Hughes Sally Jussen Ruth Libbey Peggy Linforth Marjorie Peet Ann Prentiss Betsy Roeth Nancy Tryon Sally Walker Leslie Whitney Mary Wilbur Noel Witter JUNIORS Brenda Brady Marijane Bronson Alice Coughlin Barbara Cushing Mary Alice Eberhardt Betty Ann Howard Gerda Isenberg Francesca Jensen Joan Kaiser Patsy Kanahele Ginny Linforth Marion Majors Sally Marsh Marilyn Mason Mardy Pletcher Page Swift Fredrica Trutner Anna Louise Wettlesen Jane Wilcox Winifred Williams SENIORS Beeston Breuner Finn Hendrickson Jussen Libbey Linforth Peet Prentiss Roeth Walker Whitney Wilbur Witter JUNIORS Bronson Coughlin Cushing Howard Jensen Kaiser Kanahele Linforth Majors Marsh Mason Pletcher Swift Wilcox Williams 376 2328 PIEDMONT FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1883 EIGHTY-TWO CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Virginia Arnold Jeanne Bailard Jane Brown Patricia Corley Terry Dunn Nancy Easley Mary Fitzpatrick Joan Griffith Marianne Hammond Dudley Harbison Joan Hedemark Helen Hodapp Marilyn Hooper Arian Johnson Joan Kiessig Susanne Martin Margaret Mason Nancy McCune Marilyn Morse Marianne Nichols Margaret Polglase Diane Smith Jeanne St. Hill Betty Stewart Zoe Surprenant Carreclyde Tindell Carol Tracy Carolan Witter FRESHMEN Joan Dougherty Gertrude Evans Hillary Fitzpatrick Patricia Owen Mollie Shea Ann Smith SOPHOMORES Arnold Ballard Brown Corley Dunn Easley Fitzpatrick Griffith Hammond Harbison Hedemark Hodapp Hooper Keissig Mason Morse Nichols Polg lase St. Hill Surprenant Tindell Tracy Witter FRESHMEN Dougherty Evans Owens Shea Smith 377 PI BETA PHI SENIORS Beverly Birbeck Anne Edwards Mary Fran Hefner Martha Helm Lorraine Jackson Peggy Lou Lacy Jane Lamborn Lucille Paxton Eleanor Penfield Sally Saxby Carol White JUNIORS Diane Allen Ellen Betts Catherine Campbell Connie Carrau Joan Crawford Margaret Cupid Caroline Edmonds Nancy Glenn Patricia Green Carolyn Huber Janet Kimble Elaine Loftus Jane Mannex Katherine Olson Winifred Woodward SENIORS Edwards Hafner Helm Jackson Lacy Lamborn Penfield Saxby White JUNIORS Allen Betts Campbell Carrau Crawford Edmonds Glenn Green Huber Kemble Loftus Mannex Olson Woodward SOPHOMORES Allen Angwin Await 378 2325 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1867 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 NINETY-SIX CHAPTERS Aydelott Bancroft Chubb Dole Eggert Healy Henz Mekeel O ' Connor Shuler Sumner Toole Tupper Wood FRESHMEN Church Crockett Galbraith Grout Hallenbeck Howard Kimble Nisbet Redwine Simpson St. John Stoffel Woolsey SOPHOMORES Sally Allen Joyce Angwin Kathryn Awalt Jean Aydelott Martha Bancroft Virginia Chubb Virginia Dole Audrey Eggert Mary Hazeltine Barbara Healy Margaret Henz Patricia Klein Anelisa Maldonada Martha Mekeel Elizabeth Miller Marilyn O ' Connor Mary Shuler Connie Snodgrass Maurine Storm Pat Sumner Joan Toole Marilyn Tupper Jean Wood FRESHMEN Sally Church Sylvia Crockett Ellen Galbraith Janet Grout Ann Helms Betty Hollenbeck Sylvia Howard Joan Kimble Margaret Nisbet Robin Redwine Barbara Roundtree Ann Simpson Agnes Steele Analou St. John Claire Stoffel Norma Teague Joan Woolsey 379 PHI mu SENIORS Theola Mae Brancato Hannah Enzenauer Joan Giddings Jeanne Gilchrist Shirley Giraldo Margaret Gleason Beverly Gustafson Mary Grace Hansell Christine Raymond Elaine Kleinclaus Barbara Lawrence Lorraine Ma user Elizabeth McLachlen Gloria Molinari Joetta Morrison Marilyn Murray Phoebe Nichols Harriet Nilson Varene Peet Carmel Penther Betty Riley Pauline Schlicher Eleanor Spurrier Mary E. White JUNIORS Joyce Beeson Carmen Cusicanqui Kathryne Dewey Beatrice Dodge Marcia Ernest Lorraine Franco Shirley George Dorene Hayes Margaret Hines Betty Knight Sylvia Ludwig Corrine, Miller Carolyn Nobles Estrellita Olsen Shirley Olson Helen Rich June Stephens Caryl Veon Erla Wallace SENIORS Brancato Enzenauer Gilchrist Giraldo Gleason Gustafson Hansel! Raymond Lawrence McLachlan Molinari Morrison Murray Nichols Nilson Peet Pe tither Riley Schlicher White JUNIORS Beeson Dewey Dodge Ernest Franco Hayes Hines Knight Ludwig Nobles Olsen Olson 380 2722 DURANT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, ETA ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED SIXTY-FIVE CHAPTERS Rich Stephens Veon SOPHOMORES Abbott Caudron Cowan Giordanino Goodnight Graham Ilgenfritz N icolaus Stein Zuber FRESHMEN Baxter Berglund Berry Bolger Freese Haffey Haughian Henry Johnson Maurer Rice Ruddock Spaulding Thiele Waugh Webster Wright Zinn Zuber SOPHOMORES Kay Abbott Nadeane Berry Mary Louse Cataldi Marguerite Caudron Joan Cowan Joanne Folda Patricia Giordanino Evelyn Goodnight Carolyn Graham Lorraine Grossman Darlene Hauck Marilyn Ilgenfritz Phyllis Means Marcelyn Nicolaus Rosemary Scarich Betty Lou Stein Margaret Zuber FRESHMEN Mary Jo Baxter Joann Berglund Barbara Berry Frances Bolger Elizabeth Freese Joan Haffey Beverley Hastings Kathleen Haughian Patricia Henry Caroline Johnson Sally Maurer Carol Nicholson Mary Lou Rice Mary Ruddock Jacquelyn Spaulding Dolores Thiele Nancy Waugh Audrey Webster Margaret Wright Mildred Zinn Joan Zuber 381 SIGMA KAPPA SENIORS Marjorie Andriesse Rita Bosio Kathryn Brazil Marjorie Brooker Joan Furman Carol Guido Patricia Kett Millicent Hanson Louise Kirk Jo Ann Knudsen Estelle Krause Jane La Forge Barbara Larson Norma Larson Carolee Luedtke Barbara Lyons Dorothy Maggs Joan Morello Claire Mulvany Nancy Rieck Eleanor Righetti Baverley Skinner Marjorie Towler Rosemary Trout Hughena Waldner Lael Wyatt Peggy Young JUNIORS Eleanore Chalmers Nancy Cheledon Ellen Clark Barbara Cooney June Fischer Betty Hampton Jacqueline Hanna Patricia Kenney Margaret Klaus Phyllis Kotite Elizabeth Martin Patricia Meadows Dolores Misuraca Shirley Myers Marion Nelson Nancy Clare Roduner Jane Stebbins Marva Terwilliger Diane Van der Zee Helen Wacher Deesse Watson Alexandra Woropaieff SENIORS Andriesse Brooker Guido Kirk Knudsen Kraus LaForge Luedtke Lyons Maggs Morello Mulvany Righetti Towler Waldner Wyatt Young JUNIORS Chalmers Cheleden Clark Fischer Hanna Kenney !Claus Kotite Martin M isuraca Nelson Recluner Stebbins Terwilliger Van der Zee Wacher Watson 382 2409 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT COLBY COLLEGE, 1874 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 FORTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS e. " Woropaieff SOPHOMORES Beall Blocklinger Boyd Liddell Marr Mathew Rice Smirle FRESHMEN Beresford Boyd Byl Carlisle Clare Coombs Coombs Cuthbert Day Dietterle Kennard Kenney Kleiser Larson MacKay Miller Nickel Richards Robinson Smith Subke Turner Van der Zee Williams SOPHOMORES Marilyn Beall Diane Bennett Cara-Winn Blocklinger Phylliss Boyd Jacqueline King Joan Kretchmer June Liddell Janet Marr Diane Mathew Bonnie Palmer Nancy Rice Jane Scott Barbara Smirle Virginia Lee Smith Carol Storm FRESHMEN Jo Ann Beresford Ma rilyn Boyd Karen Byl Nancy Carlisle Georgia Clare Marilyn Coombs Marjorie Coombs Ruth Cuthbert Diane Day Ruth Dietterle Barbara Evans Susan Kennard Jeanne Kenney Joan Kleiser Lois Larson Maude Liddell Phyllis MacKay Beverley Miller Florence Minch Patricia Murphy Barbara Nickel Margaret Anne Richards Virginia Robinson Marine Rucker Bettina Anne Smith Shirley Subke June Turner Eleanor Van der Zee Helen Williams 383 SIGMA omicRon PI 1824 CURTIS STREET FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1930 ONE CHAPTER SENIORS Dorothy Chinn Thelma Chinn Dorothy Chu Janet Dong Gladys Fong Beulah Foo Virginia Lee Mildred Leong Mary Ong Della Pon Theodore Tang Lillian Wing Irene Yee JUNIORS Ruby Doshim Florence Foo Ruby Fung Ruby Jang Joanna Liu SOPHOMORES Ivy Chann Chinn Faye Lee Jennie Lee Lorraine Louie Molly Lee Low Helen Lum Margaret Lum Betty Ng Albert Quon Mary Wong FRESHMEN Charlene Chan Lucille Chan Evelyn Chu Lynnette Fong SENIORS Chinn, D. Chinn, T. Chu Dong Foo Lee Leong Pon Tang Wing Yee JUNIORS Doshin Foo Liu SOPHOMORES Chann Lee Lam, H. Lum, M. Wong FRESHMEN Chan, C. Chan, L. Chu Fong 384 THETA mull 2732 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1914 TWENTY-THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Blair, N. Breslauer Borrman Caldis Challinor Christensen Freitas Gerken Grant Hess enius Karback Pederson Pickford Robison JUNIORS Blair, E. Bohren Halper Keasby Taylor Williams SOPHOMORES Franklin Hudee Knapp Lorenzen Meyer Rupp Sheppard Simmons Thorpe FRESHMEN Hogan Lorensen Murphy SENIORS Norma Blair Martha Breslauer Carmen Borrman Niki Caldis Carol Challinor Patricia Christensen Karyl Freitas Gaylo Gerken Vivian Grant Barbara Hessenius LaVerne Karback Joyce Pedersen Athalee Pickford Dorleen Robison JUNIORS LaVerne Anderson Ethel Blair Evelyn Bohren Claire Cosgrove Carol Helper Denys Harris Barbara Keasby Wanda Sharp Sally Taylor Gail Williams SOPHOMORES Merlyn Brown Joan Donaldson Mary Franklin Alessa Hudec Harriet Hugeman Emalyn Knapp Gloria Lorenzen Lorraine McKinley Margaret McRacken Elfreide Meyer Beverly Parker Lillian Rupp Barbara Sheppard Suzanne Simmons Marion Thorpe FRESHMEN Ellen Hogan Patricia Lorensen Marcie Murphy Helene Richford Joyce Weed ZETA TAU ALPHA SENIORS Sande Amidon Charlotte Arnold June Arney Helen Bruner Grace De Martini Lorraine Delburger Bernice Denton Jeanette Dunster Barbara Ellis Norma Faulkner Alice Ann Holskouser Phyllis Longfield Elaine Lutz Jean Mayrisck Merrie Meadows Diane Meycrink Lucille Murphy Pat Reichert Helen Rowell Betty Ryland Jean Skelly Gene Slanker Shirley Standley Colleen Smith Wilma Washburn JUNIORS Isabel Arado Pat Bourdet Shirley Cook Sally DePew Pat Firby Audry Herman Raquel Hernandez Alys Kemble Beverly Kurtz Jan Louvau Jean Lubratick Betty Maxwell Diane McAdams Dot McCartney Beverly McClaskey Lupe Mooser Dorothy Nunn Diane Rawlings June Reuter Francis Roberts Pat Thoma Aieleen Young Lucretia Zopf SENIORS Amidon Arnold Arney Bruner Delburger Denton Dunster Ellis Faulkner Holskouser Longfield Lutz Mayrisck Meadows Meycrink Murphy Reichert Rowel I Ryland Slanker Standley Smith Washburn JUNIORS Bourdet Cook DePew Hernandez Kemble Kurtz Louvau Lubratick Maxwel McAdams McCartney McClaskey Mouser Nunn Rawlings Reuter Roberts 386 2311 WARRING FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, UPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 EIGHTY-FOUR CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Nancy Blair Pat Bourke Bobs Britz Virginia Burr Carol Cochran Nancy Ann Edmondson Margery Geldert Pat Hiatt Jane Howorth Janet Jones Frances Drieder Donna Lindley Joan Mallory Moire McAuliffe Valla Ramey Delores Russell Lillian Schafer Lois Swanson Joan Troxell Claude Unselt Lyn Ward FRESHMEN Fay Arney Cynthia Atchley Bev Balfour Shiela Bourke Janet Carbiener Marilyn Cotter Jeanne Dealy Jane Frank Nancy Gossmann Barbara Hughes Pat Learn Joan Lee Joan Macdonald Barbara Maier Karen Skogstrom Audry Woodson Katherine Vager Joanne Wright Thoma Young Zopf SOPHOMORES Blair Bourke Britz Burr Cochran Edmondson Hiatt Howorth Jones Kreider Lind ley Mallory Ramey Russell Schafer Swanson Troxel I Ward FRESHMEN Arney Atchley Balfour Bourke Carlo iener Frank Gossmann Hughes Learn Lee Macdonald Maier Skogstrom Woodson Wright 387 DORMS FRONT ROW, left to right: Doris Thompson, Joy Wade, Betty Fcgarty, Doris Dana. BACK ROW: Virginia Miles, Ann Gist, Nancy Levy, June Kovak, Terry Weidemann, Joan McNeilly. womEws DORMITORY ASSOCIAT1011 OFFICERS President Joy Wade Vice-President Doris Thompson Secretary Doris Dana Treasurer Betty Fogarty Senior Representative at Large Mary Ann Grant, Terry Weidemann, Ann Gist Junior Representative at Large June Kovak, Joan McNeilly Publicity Chairman Charlene Contival, Nancy Levy Service Chairman Bonnie Close Social Chairman Virginia Miles COUNCIL MEMBERS Arch Place Kayla Woolf, Peggy Simons Bay View Hall Faith Miller, Carrie Jenkins Beaudelaire Club Jean Chalmers, Anna Gouers Bryn Mawr Harriet Fogarty, Mary Jane Welch, Jane Wood The Californian Jacqueline Papazian, Hilda Ghio Colonial Hall Dorothy Fitzmaurice Colonial Hall Annex Ruth Kamena, Patricia O ' Neill The Elizabeth Barrett Gwen Fitzpatrick, Joan Ettinger Epworth Hall Mary Mansfield, Doris Dana Hanson House Carolyn Harris Joaquin Hall Joan Getzendaner, Naomi Hutchinson Lantana Lodge Mary Anderson, Sunya Lofsky The Macfarlands Grache Slater North Gable June Anderson, Nina Frediani Ridgemont Jacquelain Thompson, Marcella O ' Dell Ritter Hall Ann Gist, Edina Heagerty St. Margaret ' s House Mary Carey Sherman Hall Janette Jean, Lorraine Fradkin Stebbins Hall Lucille Paris, Eva Jeung Stern Hall Betty Ann Klamt, Patricia Glenn Stratford Hall Marilyn Hale, Jeanne Kilsby Warring Place Andrea Dumend, Elaine Hartgogian Cheney Hall Stella Crosier, Carolyn Trusty Cunningham Hall Mary Jane Curtis Freeborn Hall Virginia Hill, Alice Wood Mitchell Hall Josephine Cole, Jewel Wales Oldenberg Hall Roberta Laidlaw, Jean McClure Peixotto Hall Clara Lucero, Frances Jacobi Richards Hall Virginia Short, Carolyn Blake 1 390 SENIORS Anna Mae Cover Mary Ann Grant Doris Moen JUNIORS Ester Johansen Charlene Jean Douglas SOPHOMORES Patricia Belton B etty Lucas Finette Champie Betty Potter Emily Whitehead FRESHMEN Margaret Johnson Maudie Lauer Beverly Lopes Phyllis Barnes Lucille Boone Jean Chalmers Grant Moen Contival Douglas Johansen Belton Champie Lucas Potter Whitehead Johnson Lopes BEAUDELAIRE CLUB 3347 PROSPECT BAYUIEW HALL 2327 WARRING SENIORS Eula Graham Carrie Jenkins Jacqueline Grand Maria MacRae Faith Miller JUNI ORS Lois Arfstem Janet Durie Barbara Cottom Marcelyn Evelyn SOPHOMORES Jerri Epstein Kleo Apostolides Beverly Bromley Joy Walker Patricia Sereth Nonie Ets-Hokin FRESHMEN Marian Brazil Jeanne Debs Naidene Bruns Bernardine Galli Betty Coleman Brenda Lerner Joyce Collins Jeanette Mahoney Cottom Grand Miller Strong Bailey Korsen Sereth Brazil Bruns Cantarow Collins Debs 391 GRADUATE Mary Stevens SENIORS Jeanne Credo Shirley Shannon Leona !gel Mary Jean Jane Wood JUNIORS Harriet Fogharty Betty Rasmussen SOPHOMORES V. Imperatrice Sally Stafford Ann Larson Margery Stoner Barbara McBride Luanne Taylor Betty McKeen Lois Zurfluh FRESHMAN Margery Cross P. Domenichefli Elaine Hamm Crecio Igel Rasmussen McKeen Stafford Stoner Taylor Imperatrice BRIM MAWR 2328 BOWDITCH ' nison HOUSE 2360 PROSPECT SENIORS Patricia Peak Nancy Weil JUNIORS Florence Bower Carolyn Harris SOPHOMORES Isabel Asthoff Ann Gilles Suzanne Cairns Norma Johnson Carolee Diehl Janice Wells Arlyne White Bower Harris Cairns Diehl Johnson Asthoff Wells White 392 THE CALIFORDIAll 2455 PROSPECT Gartner Ghio Meal ia Pynch Somlo Davis Gilmore Hendrick Kendal Papazian Selvage Speigle Hacker Cal laghan King Jepson Al lender Darling Jones Phelps Pomerantz Schetelig Shanks Shipley, B. Shipley, J. SENIORS Hilda Ghio Colleen Mealia Jackie Papazian Barbara Pardee Dolores Pynch Janet Selvage Eva Somlo JUNIORS Revlyn Brenner Ruth Davis Louise Gilmore Laurene Hacker Marolyn Hedricks Patsy Kendall Helen Leggo Katherine Locke Diane Perkins Ellyse Speigl SOPHOMORES Eileen Callaghan Barbara King Joanne Jepson Jean Liebman Audrey Pomerantz Lee Smith Maurine Storm FRESHMEN Mary Allender Sheila Darling Marilyn Jones Adelaide Lindsay Eloise Phelps May Schetelig Maryalda Shanks Barbara Shipley Helen Smeltzer 393 CHEFIEY HALL DWIGHT AND HILLSIDE GRADUATE Lois Frazier SENIORS Stella Crosier Constance Dimmick Irma Glicman Barbara Johnson Elsa Kleinman Vivian Larsson Nancy Lee Grace McCague Marilyn Mann Shirley Meissen Lucy Reynolds Mary Ryan Shirley Schock Doris Seymour Suzanne Souder Joanne Wilkinson Jean Zander JUNIORS Diana Bernstein Jackie Bruse Peggy Dahl Joyce Dawson Mariana Franken Fay Lee Sylvia Ludwig Marcia MacDonald Yolanda Mangusing Colleen Mitchell Doris Nelson Mary Nibecker Annette Person Eileen Polley Pat Puziene Neri Ramos Bernice Sepanian Carolyn Trusty Wanda West Constance Willie Cecilia Zerr Crosier Dimmick Fong Glicman Mann McCague Meissen Reynolds Schock Sounder Dahl MacDonald Mitchell Nelson Puziene Span ian Trusty Wi I le Zerr Briggs Cook Cox Hutchins 394 Kanode N ibecker Planz Sampson Shuford Sterne Underhil I Werner Bishop Byfield Fausett Garrigues Gear Greenstein Hall Holt Kingston Macfarland Naylor Patterson Schumacher Simpson Smith Wickstrom SOPHOMORES Gladys Avidan Suzanne Briggs Carolyn Chase Sunny Cook Diane Cox Elizabeth Crusan Margaret Edson Ernestine Hutchins Annette Kanode Henrietta Kulemin Patricia Planz Virginia Sampson Jo Ellen Schwolb Joy Shuford Judy Sterne Jean Underhill Jeraldine Werner FRESHMEN Lola Bari Audrey Bailey Mitzi Bishop Lee Byfield Joanne Christensen Jane Craddick Ruth Davidson Beverly Davis Eva Estermann Mary Faucett Lynette Fong Beth Garrigues Patricia Gear Sharon Greenstein Barbara Hall Jean Holt Elizabeth Ingram Marlene Kingston Kuni Kokka Agnes Liakos Louise MacFarland Ruth Mahony Caroline Na us Audrey Naylor Harriet Parker Pat Patterson Yvonne Puget Elaine Ramsey Magdelena Rubio Pat Schumacher Eleanor Simpson Barbara Smith Lee Smith Ethel Steinberg Yvonne Watson Earleen Wickstrom Margery Wright 10C coLonin HALL Alm Annul 2543 DURANT STREET 2334 BOWDITCH STREET GRADUATES Rosalyn Barancik Mary Bardes Lynnea Berthelson Helen Boonos Mary Boonos Peggy Hoyt Ethel Rudolph Patty Sylva Jacqueline Weiner SENIORS Alma Cavigli Diane de Martin Florence Dickson Marcia Fitzroy Doris Pace Fay Schwartz Dorothy Tennant Virginia Trenor Inez Trigueiro JUNIORS Jacqueline Bassler Catherine Chapman Barbara Cranston Marion Emerson Nena Espino Marguerite Falkenborg Dorothy Fitzmaurice Barbara Garfinkle Jarita Johnson Ruth Kamena Dorothy Nunn Patricia O ' Neill Dolores Shaw Barbara Snow Lois Sorenson Dolores Summerfield SOPHOMORES Deity Anderson Jewel Bell Dorothy Braun Harriett Cohen Carolyn Graham Lois Hughes Annette Legman Betty Leuschner Helen MacDonald Jean Perry Caroline Reginato FRESHMEN Pat Albright Adele Coiling Pat Donegan Mary Fischel Betsy Moore Dagne Nordholm Margaret Pratt Shirley Smith Jean Spaulding Lynn Trembath Barbara Trusendi Lorna Youler Miriam Young Cavigli Dickson Fitzroy Pace Seecrist Tennant Trenor Cranston Emerson Flakenborg Fitzmaurice Johnson O ' Neill Sorenson Perry Coiling Donegan Fischel Pratt Smith Spaulding Trembath Trusendi ELIZABETH BARRETT 2438 WARRING STREET Bondy Imperatrice Munoz Beleal Ettinger Fitzpatrick Kretchmer Lewis Nowell Purcell Wise Zinn Asher Downey Goldsmith Green Grusso McNamee Pierson Stark Anthony, B. Anthony, Y. Battat Billinger Bullard Coburn Cohn Leyen Hooper Pighetti Randell Ross Scarlet Shehan Vlahos GRADUATE Virginia Frick SENIORS Ruth Alarid Mary Bondy Elizabeth Enos Gwen Fitzpatrick Evelyn Imperatrice Virginia Imperatrice Frances Munoz Nalda Robinson JUNIORS Ernestine Beleal Joan Ettinger Joan Kretchmer Marjorie Lewis Claire Nowell Suzanne Purcell Nancy Wise Virginia Zinn SOPHOMORES Dorothy Asher Mary Bradstreet Edith Downey Susan Goldsmith Virginia Green Diana Grosso Janet Hellman Nina Lewton Peggie McNamee Dorothy Pierson Shirley Solomon Janet Stark Nancy Wilson Jean Wineman FRESHMEN Beverly Anthony Yvonne Anthony Rachelle Battat Barbara Billinger Margie Bullard Jane Coburn Janet Cohn Diane Collins Vesia Feiagren Barbara Fishstrom Lynn Hallowell Nina Hooper Evelyn Narat Joan Norton Su zanne Palmer Doreen Pederson Marilyn Pighetti Shirley Randell Zell Ross Peggy Scarlet Marilyn Shehan Athena Vlahos 397 cunninGHAm HALL DWIGHT AND HILLSIDE GRADUATE Delma Fann SENIORS Shirley Aitchison Mary Curtis Lois Forman Helen Francos Stella Francos Demitra Georges Lena Hat Eva Henriksen Marcella Napolitan Heidi Roller Barbara Singer JUNIORS Ann Biggs Charity Clark Barbara Donahue Christine Duvaras Audrey Gann Kathryn Grupe Patricia Hardy Shirley Howard Bernice Kame Doris Kern Gwendolyn Knick Julianne Lemon Marjorie Linn Betty Ann Lobree Barbara MacKenzie Joyce McKeon Marilyn MacPherson Junea Russell Joan Schlosberg Wanda Sharp Barbara Steele Sally Stevens Marguerite Sunn Curtis Forman Francos Georgas Henriksen Rol ler Singer Biggs Donahue Duvaras Gann Grupe Hardy Howard Kame Kern Lemon Linn Lobree MacKenzie MacPherson McKeon Sharp Steele Stevens Sunn Block Brown Cakebread Griffith 398 SOPHOMORES Naomi Block Gloria Brown Betty Cakebread Sorel Gregory Patricia Griffith Lorraine Hills Lucia Howard Harriet Hughenin Margaret Kleoppel Arlene Lindenberger Joyce Lindstrom Wilda McClung Susanne Martin Harilene Pearlman Phyllis Ross Alvajean Senzek Jeanne Shaw Mary Taylor Myrna Wittenberg FRESHMEN Janet Baker Aglaia Daldas Isabel Dasteel Shirley Davis Jean Downie Marion Engel Barbara George Dorothy Greenfield Lillian Grimaldi Judith Hoover Jean Jeffe Anita Jiminez Lilah Kan Lila Karpf Nancy Landreth Celeste Lipow Carmen Mannion Susan Miley Patricia Milton Maryanne O ' Hara Betty Ramseier Norma Ritter Linda Schubert Shirley Sloan Jacqueline Stultz Carol Tate Susie Wong Howard Hughenin Kloeppel Lindstrom Martin McClung Ross Senzek Taylor Baker Daldas Dasteel Davis Downie Engel George Grimaldi Jeffe Jiminez Kan Landreth Lipow Miley O ' Hara Ritter Tate Stultz 399 EPWORTH HALL 2521 CHANNING WAY GRADUATE Elaine Grant SENIORS Joan Campbell Carroll Coughlin Marcia Dunnells Betty Griffiths Lois Henderson Janette Knott Faye Kostman Mimi Moscovici Mary Mansfield Norma Moser Margaret Orme Jean Rennolds Maureen Rubidge Judith Samish Jean Schantz Colleen Smith Dorothy Speyer Lillie Stanley Joy Wade Helen Wong JUNIORS Helen Arvaitakis Pat Bender Shirley Boone Peggy Baumgarner Joan Campbell Perl Cohn Doris Dana Joanne Danielson Mary Ellen Eberhardt Barbara Ann Francisco Anne Frankel Terry Gesas Dianne Hanemain Susan Klein Mary Mansfield Georgia Moody Marianne Nelson Betty Pisthol Barbara Raffi Betty Seeobde Dorothy Schurr Shirley Tom Emmylou Warf Marilyn Williams Deronda Woodward Coughlin Griffiths Henderson Hendricks Knott Orme Rennolds Rubidge Schantz Speyer Stanley Wade Wong Arvanitakis Bumgarner Cohn Dana Eberhardt Francisco Gesas Hanemian Nelson Pisthol Warf Williams Bender Board Burks Burt Carlsen 400
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